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In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer   

Vivian Beaumont Theatre, (3/06/1969 - 4/20/1969)
First Preview: Total Previews: 12
Opening Date: Mar 06, 1969    
Closing Date: Apr 20, 1969 Total Performances: 54

Category: Play, Original, Broadway


Production Staff
Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Jules Irving)
Written by Heinar Kipphardt; Translated by Ruth Speirs
Directed by Gordon Davidson
Scenic Design by Peter Wexler; Costume Design by Constance Ross; Lighting Design by John Gleason
Production Stage Manager: Barbara-Mae Phillips; Stage Manager: Patrick Horrigan
Cast
Ralph Bell
Aaron Stein
Counsel
Herbert Berghof
Edward Teller
Witness
Philip Bosco
Curtis Moffat Jr.
Counsel
Charles Cioffi
Major Nicholas Radzi
Witness
Whitfield Connor
Thomas A. Morgan
Personnel Security Board
Stephen Elliott
John Lansdale
Witness
Barnett Epstein
Custodian
Eduard Franz
Ward V. Evans
Personnel Security Board
Douglas Hayle
Stenographer
Custodian
Patrick Horrigan
Custodian
Cec Linder
Franklin S. Hardiman
Counsel
Robert Molock
Stenographer
Custodian
Robert Phalen
H. Thomas Spaulding
Counsel
Paul Rudd
Security Guard
Stefan Schnabel
Hans Bethe
Witness
Joseph Schroer
Security Guard
Jean-Pierre Stewart
Security Guard
Harry Townes
Gordon Gray
Personnel Security Board
Tony Van Bridge
Jacob Lehmann
Witness
Ronald Weyand
Walker Leroy Adams
Witness
Joseph Wiseman
J. Robert Oppenheimer
Standby: Paul Sparer (J. Robert Oppenheimer)
Understudies: Ray Fry (Curtis Moffat Jr., Jacob Lehmann), Ben Hammer (Edward Teller, John Lansdale, Thomas A. Morgan), William Myers (Hans Bethe, Ward V. Evans) and Ray Stewart (Franklin S. Hardiman, Gordon Gray, Walker Leroy Adams)
Drama Desk Award
winner 1969 Outstanding Performance [winner]
Performer: Joseph Wiseman
winner 1969 Outstanding Director [winner]
Directed by Gordon Davidson
   
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