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Anne of the Thousand Days   

Shubert Theatre, (12/08/1948 - 10/08/1949)
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Opening Date: Dec 08, 1948    
Closing Date: Oct 08, 1949 Total Performances: 288

Category: Play, Drama, History, Original, Broadway
Setting: England. Between the years 1526 and 1536.
Comments: Anne of the Thousand Days was on hiatus from 6/26/1949 through 8/21/1949. When the production re-opened on August 22, 1949, the character of "Madge Shelton" was cut from the show.



Production Staff
Theatre Owned by The Shubert Organization; Theatre Operated by the Central Theatres Leasing & Construction Company
Produced by The Playwrights' Company and Leland Hayward
Written by Maxwell Anderson; Incidental music by Lehman Engel
Staged by H. C. Potter
Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner; Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner; Costume Design by Motley; Assistant to Mr. Mielziner: John Harvey; Miss Redman's Hairstyle by Eugene Orosz; Make-Up Design by Maurice Siederman; Miss Redman's Make-up designed by William H. Zauder
Business Manager: Victor Samrock
Production Stage Manager: Walter Wagner; Stage Manager: Scott Jackson, Maury Tuckerman and Terence Anderson
Press Representative: William Fields and Walter Alford; Press Assistant: Arthur Cantor
Cast
Rex Harrison
Henry
Joyce Redman
Anne Boleyn
Terence Anderson
Clerk
Royal Servant
Kathleen Bolton
Serving Woman
Cecil Clovelly
Servant
Prior Houghton
Donald Conrad
Singer
Fred Ayers Cotton
Bailiff
Robert Duke
Percy, Earl of Northumberland
Charles Ellis
Musician
Royal Servant
Charles Francis
Thomas Boleyn
Russell Gaige
Sir Thomas More
Margaret Garland
Madge Shelton
(Dec 08, 1948 - Jun 25, 1949)
Harry Irvine
Bishop Fisher
Viola Keats
Elizabeth Boleyn
Monica Lang
Jane Seymour
(Dec 08, 1948 - Jun 25, 1949)
Richard Leone
Singer
Ludlow Maury
Servant
Harold McGee
Bailiff
Musician
Royal Servant
John Merivale
Mark Smeaton
Frank Myers
Singer
Wendell K. Phillips
Thomas Cromwell
Louise Platt
Mary Boleyn
(Dec 08, 1948 - Jun 25, 1949)
Harry Selby
Messenger
Allan Stevenson
Henry Norris
Percy Waram
Cardinal Wolsey
(Dec 08, 1948 - Jun 25, 1949)
Malcolm Wells
Musician
Royal Servant
John Williams
Duke of Norfolk
Tony Award®
winner 1949 Best Actor (Dramatic) [winner]
Rex Harrison
winner 1949 Best Scenic Design [winner]
Jo Mielziner