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Getting Away With Murder    A comedy thriller

Broadhurst Theatre, (3/17/1996 - 3/31/1996)
First Preview: Feb 20, 1996 Total Previews: 29
Opening Date: Mar 17, 1996    
Closing Date: Mar 31, 1996 Total Performances: 17

Category: Play, Comedy, Thriller, Original, Broadway
Setting: The suite on the to floor of an old New York apartment building. The present. October.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President; Philip J. Smith: Executive VP; Robert E. Wankel: VP-Finance)
Produced by Roger Berlind
World premiere at Old Globe Theatre (Jack O'Brien, Artistic Director; Thomas Hall, Managing Director)
Written by Stephen Sondheim and George Furth
Directed by Jack O'Brien
Scenic Design by Douglas W. Schmidt; Lighting Design by Kenneth Posner; Costume Design by Robert Wojewodski; Sound Design by Jeff Ladman
General Manager: Marvin A. Krauss; Company Manager: Kathleen Lowe
Production Stage Manager: Jeff Lee; Stage Manager: Julie Baldauff
Special Effects by Gregory Meeh
Casting: Jay Binder; Press Representative: Bill Evans & Associates; Fight direction by Steve Rankin; Advertising: Grey Entertainment & Media; Fight Captain: Michelle Hurd; Logo design by Fraver; Photographer: Joan Marcus; Production Assistant: Jenny Dewar
Cast
Christine Ebersole
Dossie Lustig
Terrence Mann
Gregory Reed
John Rubinstein
Martin Chisholm
Kandis Chappell
Pamela Prideaux
Al Espinosa
Roberto
Frankie R. Faison
Dan Gerard
Mia Farrow
Uncredited
Voice of Dr. Bering's Wife
Recorded voice only
Herb Foster
Dr. Conrad Bering
George Furth
Uncredited
Voice of Other Doctor
Recorded voice only
Michelle Hurd
Charmaine
Jodi Long
Nam-Jun Vuong
Josh Mostel
Vassili Laimorgos
William Ragsdale
Young Man
Standby: Chuck Cooper (Dan Gerard), Joel Kramer (Dr. Conrad Bering, Vassili Laimorgos), Jesus Ontiveros (Roberto), Nancy Opel (Dossie Lustig, Pamela Prideaux) and Stephanie Park (Charmaine, Nam-Jun Vuong)
Understudy: Al Espinosa (Young Man)
   
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