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Lorenzaccio   

This production played in repertory with Le Triomphe de l'Amour, Marie Tudor, Don Juan, Le Cid

Broadway Theatre, (10/14/1958 - 10/25/1958)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Oct 14, 1958    
Closing Date: Oct 25, 1958 Total Performances: 7

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Comments: Performed in French



Production Staff
Produced by S. Hurok; Produced in association with Government of The French Republic; Director of Theatre National Populaire: Jean Vilar
Written by Alfred De Musset; Incidental music by Maurice Jarre; Music Director of Theatre National Populaire: Maurice Jarre
Staged by Gerard Philipe
Scenic Design by Leon Gischia; Director of Scenic Construction of Theatre National Populaire: Jacques Le Marquet and Andre Bataille; Director of Lighting of Theatre National Populaire: Pierre Saveron
General Administrator of Theatre National Populaire: Jean Rouvet; Secretary of Administration of Theatre National Populaire: Rejane Bansard; Company Manager: George A. Perper
Stage Manager: Gene Perlowin and Jean-Jacques De Kerday
Press Representative: Martin Feinstein and Michael Sweeley
Cast
Lucien Arnaud
Bindo
Simone Bouchateau
Catherine Ginori
Zanie Campan
Lady
Roger Coggio
Thomas Strozzi
Come de Medicis
Coussonneau
Servant
Proveditor
Jean-Pierre Darras
Prior Strozzi
Jean Deschamps
Philippe Strozzi
Pierre Garin
Sir Maurice
Yves Gase
Maffio
Catherine Le Couey
Louise Strozzi
Lucienne Le Marchand
Marie Soderini
Roger Mollien
Pierre Strozzi
Jean-Paul Moulinot
Goldsmith
Philippe Noiret
Duke Alexandre
Genevieve Page
Marquise Cibo
Michel Petit
Tebaldeo
Gerard Philipe
Lorenzo de Medicis
Jean-Francois Remi
Julien Salviati
Pierre Reynal
Cardinal Cibo
Georges Riquier
Silk Merchant
Andre Schlesser
Servant
Jacques Seiler
Venturi
Daniel Sorano
Giomo
Jean Topart
Cardinal Valori
German Captain # 2
Georges Wilson
German Captain
Scoronconcolo
Theatre World
winner 1959 Award [recipient]
Roger Mollien