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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
Cast
Frank Finlay
Domenico Soriano
Joan Plowright
Filumena Marturano
Miriam Phillips
Rosalia Solimene
Ernest Sarracino
Alfredo Amoroso
Dennis Boutsikaris
Umberto
Donna Davis
Diana
Pierre Epstein
Pasquale Nocella
attorney-at-law
Peter Iacangelo
Michele
Bill Karnovsky
Second Waiter
Gabor Morea
First Waiter
Lisa Passero
Lucia
the maid
Stephen Schnetzer
Riccardo
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)