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Galileo   

Maxine Elliott's Theatre, (12/07/1947 - 12/14/1947)
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Opening Date: Dec 07, 1947    
Closing Date: Dec 14, 1947 Total Performances: 6

Category: Play, Original, Broadway


Production Staff
Produced by The Experimental Theatre, Inc., ANTA (Alfred de Liagre Jr: executive producer; Jean Dalrymple: executive director) and T. Edward Hambleton
Music by Hanns Eisler; Written by Bertolt Brecht; Translated by Charles Laughton; Lyrics by Albert Brush
Directed by Joseph Losey; Choreographed by Lotte Goslar
Scenic Design by Robert Davison; Costume Design by Robert Davison
Cast
Wesley Addy
Old Cardinal
Capt. Sidney Bassler
Senator I
A Monk
Leonard Bell
A Monk
Harris Brown
Ballade Singer
Frank Campanella
Senator II
A Scholar
Mary Grace Canfield
Elderly Lady
John Carradine
Inquisitor
Michael Citro
Singer
Andrea
Taylor Graves
Clavius
Don Hanmer
Little Monk
Pitt Herbert
Supporting Monk
Harry Hess
Lord Chamberlain
Werner Klemperer
Infuriated Monk
Rusty Lane
Barbarini
Charles Laughton
Galileo
Richard Leone
Singer
Iris Mann
Ballade Singer's Daughter
Dwight Marfield
Federzoni
Allen Martin
Curtain Boy
Joan McCracken
Virginia
Earl Montgomery
Duke of Florence
Elizabeth Moore
Ballade Singer's Wife
Thomas Palmer
Philosopher
Nehemiah Persoff
Andrea
Philip Robinson
Matti
Larry Rosen
Prince
Lawrence Ryle
Bellarmin
Hester Sondergaard
Sarti
Warren Stevens
Informer
Fred Stewart
Priuli
John Straub
Sagredo
Philip Swander
Ludovico
Donald Symington
Giuseppi
Albert Tavares
Singer