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Comédie Française Program 2    Love Teaches Harlequin

This production was composed of the following shows:

This production played in repertory with Comédie Française Program 1, Comédie Française Program 3

Broadway Theatre, (11/08/1955 - 11/13/1955)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Nov 08, 1955    
Closing Date: Nov 13, 1955 Total Performances: 8

Category: Play, Comedy, One Act, Original, Broadway
Description: A one act comedy


Arlequin Poli par l'Amour

Category: Play, Comedy, One Act, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by S. Hurok and Government of The French Republic
Written by Marivaux; Incidental music by André Cadou; Musical Director: André Cadou
Staged by Gaston Baty and Jacques Charon
Scenic Design by Emile Bertin
Company Manager: George A. Perper
Stage Manager: Charles Bellin
Conducted by Samuel Antek
Press Representative: Martin Feinstein, Michael Sweeley and Margaret Hartigan
Cast
Micheline Boudet
Silvia
a shepherdess, Harlequin's beloved
Jacques Charon
Harlequin
who has been abducted by The Fairy
Arsène Drancourt
The Singer
Jean-Louis Jemma
The Shepard
in love with Silvia
Jean Piat
Trivelin
The Fairy's Servant
Marie Sabouret
The Fairy
Jacques Toja
Dancing Master

Le Barbier de Seville

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by S. Hurok and Government of The French Republic
Written by Beaumarchais; Incidental music by Louis Beydts; Musical Director: André Cadou
Staged by Gaston Baty and Jacques Charon
Scenic Design by Suzanne Lalique
Company Manager: George A. Perper
Stage Manager: Charles Bellin
Conducted by Samuel Antek
Press Representative: Martin Feinstein, Michael Sweeley and Margaret Hartigan
Cast
Teddy Bilis
L'Eveillé
second servant of Bartholo
Micheline Boudet
Rosine
young noble lady
Georges Chamarat
La Jeuness
old servant of Bartholo
Arsène Drancourt
An Officer of the Court
Michel Galabru
A Notary
Jean Meyer
Bazile
music teacher of Rosine
Jean Piat
Figaro
Barber of Seville
Louis Seigner
Bartholo
Doctor, guaridan of Rosine
Jacques Toja
Count Almaviva
in love with Rosine