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Lysistrata   

Brooks Atkinson Theatre, (11/13/1972 - 11/18/1972)
First Preview: Oct 20, 1972 Total Previews: 35
Opening Date: Nov 13, 1972    
Closing Date: Nov 18, 1972 Total Performances: 8

Category: Play, Comedy, Play with music, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in two acts


Production Staff
Produced by David Black and David Seltzer; Associate Producer: Ira Resnick
Written by Aristophanes; Featuring songs by Peter Link; Book adapted by Michael Cacoyannis; Musical Director: Henry "Bootsie" Normand
Directed by Michael Cacoyannis
Scenic Design by Robin Wagner; Costume Design by Willa Kim; Lighting Design by Jules Fisher; Sound Design by Abe Jacob
Production Stage Manager: Mortimer Halpern; Stage Manager: Nicholas Russiyan
Rhythm Guitarist: Cynthia Bullens; Bass: Will Lee; Percussion: Linda Sue Marks and Armand Halburian; Lead Guitarist: Henry "Bootsie" Normand; Trumpet: Marilou Sirinek; Piano and Organ Margaret Dorn; Drummer: Errol Edwards Conga; Bouzouki: Michael Mattheau
Press Representative: Betty Lee Hunt Associates, Inc., Henry Luhrman and Harriett Trachtenberg
Cast
Emory Bass
Omicron
John Bentley
Spartan Delegate
Nai Bonet
Boeotian Woman
Philip Bruns
Commissioner
Cynthia Bullens
Woman A
Mary Jo Catlett
Deltazeta
Gordon Connell
Phi-Chi
Jane Connell
Gamma
Richard Dmitri
Kinesias
Judith Drake
Woman C
Jack Fletcher
Epsilon
Avril Gentles
Alphabeta
Patti Karr
Theta
Madeleine le Roux
Lampito
Priscilla Lopez
Myrrhine
Stephen Macht
Policeman
Spartan Herald
Linda Sue Marks
Corinthian Woman
Melina Mercouri
Lysistrata
Joanne Nail
Woman B
Gayla Osbourne
Iota
Joseph Palmieri
Omega
Evelyn Russell
Kalonike
Charles E. Siegel
Policeman
Marilou Sirinek
Policewoman
David Thomas
Upsilon
Understudies: John Bentley (Commissioner), Judith Drake, Patti Karr (Kalonike, Lampito), Stephen Macht (Kinesias), Joanne Nail (Myrrhine) and Charles E. Siegel