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St. James Theatre, (2/10/1980 - 3/09/1980)
First Preview: Feb 05, 1980 Total Previews: 7
Opening Date: Feb 10, 1980    
Closing Date: Mar 09, 1980 Total Performances: 33

Category: Play, Revival, Broadway
Description: a Neapolitan play
Setting: Domenico Soriano's house in Naples, Italy. 1946.

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Theatre Owned / Operated by Jujamcyn Theaters (under the direction of Richard G. Wolff, President)
Produced by Danny O'Donovan and Helen Montagu; Produced in association with Mecca Productions
An Original Production by Franco Zeffirelli
Written by Eduardo De Filippo; English Version by Willis Hall and Keith Waterhouse
Directed by Laurence Olivier; Assistant Director: Larry Forde
Scenic Design by Raimonda Gaetani; Costume Design by Raimonda Gaetani; Lighting Design by Thomas Skelton; Hair Design by Bobby Abbott
General Manager: Theatre Now, Inc., William Court Cohen, Edward H. Davis, Norman E. Rothstein and Ralph Roseman; Company Manager: Terence Erkkila; Associate Gen. Mgr: Charlotte W. Wilcox
Production Stage Manager: Larry Forde; Stage Manager: Robert Rigamonti; Assistant Stage Mgr: Dorie DonVito
Casting: Julie Hughes and Barry Moss; General Press Representative: Seymour Krawitz; Press Representative: Patricia Krawitz; Advertising: Serino, Coyne & Nappi; Photographer: Martha Swope; Speech Consultant: Edith Skinner
Frank Finlay
Domenico Soriano
Joan Plowright
Filumena Marturano
Miriam Phillips
Rosalia Solimene
Ernest Sarracino
Alfredo Amoroso
Dennis Boutsikaris
Donna Davis
Pierre Epstein
Pasquale Nocella
Peter Iacangelo
Bill Karnovsky
Second Waiter
Gabor Morea
First Waiter
Lisa Passero
the maid
Stephen Schnetzer
Standby: Lou Bedford (Domenico Soriano) and Bernice Massi (Filumena Marturano)
Understudies: Dorie DonVito (Diana, Lucia), Nina Dova (Rosalia Solimene), Bill Karnovsky (Michele, Riccardo), Gabor Morea (Alfredo Amoroso, Pasquale Nocella) and Robert Rigamonti (First Waiter, Second Waiter, Umberto)