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Hollywood Arms   

Cort Theatre, (10/31/2002 - 1/05/2003)
First Preview: Oct 07, 2002 Total Previews: 28
Opening Date: Oct 31, 2002    
Closing Date: Jan 05, 2003 Total Performances: 76

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Setting: 1941 and 1951. Hollywood, California.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Philip J. Smith: President; Robert E. Wankel: Executive Vice President)
Produced by Harold Prince and Arielle Tepper; Associate Producer: OSTAR Enterprises
Originally produced by The Goodman Theatre (Robert Falls, Artistic Director; Roche Schulfer, Executive Director); On April 9, 2002, HOLLYWOOD ARMS was first presented by The Goodman Theatre (Robert Falls, Artistic Director; Roche Schulfer, Executive Director)
Written by Carrie Hamilton and Carol Burnett; Based on a memoir by Carol Burnett; Incidental music by Robert Lindsey Nassif
Directed by Harold Prince
Scenic Design by Walt Spangler; Costume Design by Judith Dolan; Lighting Design by Howell Binkley; Sound Design by Rob Milburn and Michael Bodeen; Associate Lighting Design: Burke J. Wilmore; Associate Sound Design: Christopher Cronin; Associate Costume Design: Cherie Trotter; Associate Scenic Design: Hector Fernandez
General Manager: Alan Wasser Associates; Company Manager: Lane Marsh; Associate Gen. Mgr: Aaron Lustbader
Production Stage Manager: Lisa Dawn Cave; Technical Supervisor: Nick Schwartz-Hall; Stage Manager: Brian Meister; Assistant Stage Mgr: Matthew Leiner
Casting: Mark Simon; Press Representative: Barlow-Hartman Public Relations; Advertising: SPOTCo, Inc.; Assistant to Mr. Prince: Brad Rouse; Photographer: Joan Marcus; Marketing: Hugh Hysell Communications
HOLLYWOOD ARMS was developed in part with the support of The Sundance Theatre Laboratory and Robert Blacker
Linda Lavin
Michele Pawk
Frank Wood
Donna Lynne Champlin
Older Helen
Sara Niemietz
Young Helen
Steve Bakunas
Broadway debut
Cop #2
Patrick Clear
Emily Graham-Handley
Broadway debut
Leslie Hendrix
Nicolas King
Christian Kohn
Cop #1
Rich Little
Recorded voice only
Understudies: Lindsey Alley (Alice, Older Helen), Steve Bakunas (Bill), Evan Daves (Malcolm), Leslie Hendrix (Louise), Sara Kapner (Alice, Young Helen), Christian Kohn (Jody), Lucy Martin (Dixie, Nanny) and Brian Meister (Cop #1, Cop #2)
Tony Award®
winner 2003 Best Featured Actress in a Play [winner]
Michele Pawk