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Forty Carats   

Morosco Theatre, (12/26/1968 - 11/07/1970)
First Preview: Total Previews: 2
Opening Date: Dec 26, 1968    
Closing Date: Nov 07, 1970 Total Performances: 780

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: The Greek Islands. The apartment and the office of Ann Stanley in New York City. The Present.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned by Bankers Trust Company; Morosco Theatre Managing Director: Lester Osterman; Morosco Theatre General Manager: Richard Horner
Produced by David Merrick; Produced in association with Beresford Productions, Ltd.; Associate Producer: Samuel Liff
Written by Pierre Barillet and Jean-Pierre Gredy; Adapted by Jay Allen
Directed by Abe Burrows
Scenic Design by Will Steven Armstrong; Costume Design by William McHone; Lighting Design by Martin Aronstein; Hair Design by Ernest Adler; Assistant to Mr. Aronstein: Lawrence Metzler; Assistant to Mr. Adler: Ray Iagnocco
General Manager: Jack Schlissel; Company Manager: Richard Highley; Assistant to Mr. Schlissel: Joel Thurm
Production Stage Manager: James Burrows; Stage Manager: Jeff Chambers; Assistant Stage Mgr: Michael Nouri and Susan King
General Press Representative: Harvey B. Sabinson and Lee Solters; Press Representative: Leo Stern; Advertising: Fred Golden; Assistant to Mr. Merrick: Helen Nickerson; Assistant to the Director: Evelyn Greene; Casting: Alan Shayne Associates
Julie Harris
Ann Stanley
Franklin Cover
Eddy Edwards
Glenda Farrell
Maud Hayes
Murray Hamilton
Billy Boylan
Polly Rowles
Mrs. Margolin
Marco St. John
Peter Latham
Gretchen Corbett
Trina Stanley
John Cecil Holm
Mr. Latham
Nancy Marchand
Mrs. Latham
Michael Nouri
Iva Withers
Mrs. Adams
Standby: Iva Withers (Ann Stanley)
Understudies: David Baker (Billy Boylan, Eddy Edwards), Jeff Chambers (Pat), Susan King (Trina Stanley), Cele McLaughlin (Maud Hayes, Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Margolin) and Michael Nouri (Peter Latham)
Tony Award®
winner 1969 Best Actress in a Play [winner]
Julie Harris