PlayOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Sep 25, 1963
Closing Date
Mar 28, 1964
1st Preview
Sep 24, 1963
1st Preview
Sep 24, 1963
Previews
1
Performances
211
PlayOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
St. James Theatre
(Sep 25, 1963 - Jan 11, 1964)
Lunt-Fontanne Theatre
(Jan 13, 1964 - Mar 28, 1964)

Setting
The convent of the Augustinian Order of Eremities at Erfurt, the market place, the castle church in Wittenberg, the Fugger Palace, a hunting lodge in Italy and the Diet of Worms. 1506-1527.

Produced by David Merrick; Produced by arrangement with The English Stage Company and Oscar Lewenstein; Associate Producer: Neil Hartley
Written by John Osborne; Music composed and arranged by John Addison; "De Profundis" composed by Max Walmer
Directed by Tony Richardson
Scenic Design by Jocelyn Herbert; Costume Design by Jocelyn Herbert
General Manager: Jack Schlissel; Company Manager: Eugene Wolsk
Production Stage Manager: Mitchell Erickson; Stage Manager: B. Lester; Production Supervisor: Thea Neu
Choral Director: Max Walmer
Advertising: Blaine-Thompson and Fred Golden; Production Assistant: Jocelyn Tawse; General Press Representative: Lee Solters, Harvey B. Sabinson and David Powers; Press Representative: Mitchell Erickson
Martin
Tetzel
Cajetan
Knight
Staupitz
Monks, lords, peasants, etc.
Miltitz
Monks, lords, peasants, etc.
Monks, lords, peasants, etc.
Singer
Singer
Child
Monks, lords, peasants, etc.
Weinand
Katherine
Monks, lords, peasants, etc.
Reader
 
Monks, lords, peasants, etc.
Singer - Soloist
Prior
Understudies: Thor Arngrim (Miltitz), Robert Burr (Knight), Harry Carlson (Lucas, Weinand), Stan Dworkin (Hans, Eck), Roger Hamilton (Prior, Leo), John Heffernan (Martin), Barbara Lester (Katherine), Konrad Matthaei (Staupitz) and Alfred Sandor (Tetzel)

St. James Theatre (Sep 25, 1963 - Jan 11, 1964)

Cast

Weinand
Cajetan

Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (Jan 13, 1964 - Mar 28, 1964)

Cast

Martin
Jan 23, 1964 - ?

Tony Award®

Best Play

1964 Winner
Written by John Osborne
Produced by David Merrick
 

Best Actor in Play

1964 Nominee
Albert Finney
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