PlayOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Nov 09, 1972
Closing Date
Dec 16, 1972
1st Preview
Oct 28, 1972
1st Preview
Oct 28, 1972
Previews
13
Performances
44
PlayOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Vivian Beaumont Theatre
(Nov 09, 1972 - Dec 16, 1972)

Setting
The Bardin estate. Provincial Russia, 1905.

Written by Maxim Gorky; Translated by Jeremy Brooks and Kitty Hunter-Blair; Incidental music by Cathy MacDonald
Directed by Ellis Rabb
Scenic Design by Douglas W. Schmidt; Lighting Design by John Gleason; Costume Design by Ann Roth; Assistant to Mr. Schmidt: Paul Zalon; Assistant to Miss Roth: Robert Pusilo; Hair Design by Jim Sullivan; Make-Up Design by Jim Sullivan
General Manager: Alan Mandell
Production Stage Manager: Craig Anderson; Stage Manager: Robert Lowe; Production Supervisor: Frank Bayer; Production Manager: Bruce Hoover
Lincoln Center Public Relations Director: Susan Bloch; Lincoln Center Public Relations Associate: William Schelble; Lincoln Center Public Relations Assistant: Norman J-F Lombino; Assistant to the Director: Joan Houseman; Lincoln Center Casting Director: Frederick Brahms; Advertising: Hy Jacobs and Lawrence Weiner and Associates; Photographer: Martha Swope
Peasant Woman
Mikhail Skrobotov
Zakhar's business partner
Kleopatra
Mikhail's wife
Vyripaev
workman
Kvach
Boboyedov's corporal
Peasant Woman
Captain Boboyedov
Intelligence Corps
Kon
Pechenegov's orderly
Tatiana
Yakov's wife
Ryabtsov
workman
Yagodin
workman
Peasant Woman
Pologgy
a clerk
Grekov
workman
Agrafena
the housekeeper
General Pechenegov
retired, the Bardin's Uncle
Nadya
Paulina's niece
Nikolai Skrobotov
Mikhail's brother, assistant public prosecutor
Paulina
Zakhar's wife
Yakimov
workman
Zahkar Bardin
Lieutentant Strepetov
Army Corps
Disctrict Police Inspector
Sintsov
a clerk
Levshin
workman
Policeman
Yakov Bardin
Zakhar's brother
Understudies: Penelope Allen (Tatiana, Agrafena), Frank Dwyer (Captain Boboyedov, Kvach, Yagodin, Disctrict Police Inspector), Ray Fry (Zahkar Bardin, Kon), Murrell Gehman (Paulina, Kleopatra), Everett McGill (Grekov), Fred Morsell (Yakov Bardin), Carole Ocwieja (Nadya), Robert Phalen (Nikolai Skrobotov), George Taylor (Pologgy, Levshin), Louis Turenne (General Pechenegov, Mikhail Skrobotov) and James Ray Weeks (Sintsov, Ryabtsov, Yakimov, Lieutentant Strepetov)
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