MusicalDramaRevivalBroadway
Opening Date
Jun 22, 1972
Closing Date
Oct 21, 1972
Performances
140
MusicalDramaRevivalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

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Theatres
Vivian Beaumont Theatre
(Jun 22, 1972 - Oct 21, 1972)

Description
Suggested by the life and works of Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra.

Setting
The end of the 16th century. A dungeon in Seville and various places in the imagination of Cervantes.

Written by Dale Wasserman; Music by Mitch Leigh; Lyrics by Joe Darion; Suggested by the life and works of Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra; Music arranged by Carlyle W. Hall, Sr.; Dance arrangements by Neil Warner; Musical Director: Joseph Klein
Directed by Albert Marre; Choreographed by Jack Cole
Scenic Design by Howard Bay; Lighting Design by Howard Bay; Costume Design by Howard Bay and Patton Campbell
Production Stage Manager: James Gelb; Stage Manager: Patrick Horrigan
Guitarist: Stephen Sahlein
Press Representative: Gifford / Wallace, Inc. and Violet Welles
Aldonza (Dulcinea)
Don Quixote (Cervantes)
Antonia
Dr. Carrasco
Captain of the Inquisition
The Innkeeper
Sancho Panza
The Housekeeper
The Padre
The Barber
Juan
a Muleteer
David Atkinson
Wednesday and Saturday matinees
Don Quixote (Cervantes)
Alternate
 
Man of The Inquisition
Anselmo
a Muleteer
Tenorio
a Muleteer
 
Dancing Horse
Fermina
a Slave and a Moorish Dancer
Guard
 
Man of The Inquisition
Swing Dancer
Jose
a Muleteer
 
Dancing Horse
Maria
the Innkeeper's Wife
Gerrianne Raphael
Wednesday and Saturday matinees
Aldonza (Dulcinea)
Alternate
Pedro
the Head Muleteer
 
The Horse
Paco
a Muleteer
The Horse
Guard
 
Man of The Inquisition
Standby: Ronn Carroll (The Padre)
Understudies: Renato Cibelli (Don Quixote (Cervantes), Dr. Carrasco), Ted Forlow (The Barber, The Horse), Laura Kenyon (Aldonza (Dulcinea), Maria), Jeff Killion (Pedro, The Horse), Alfred Leberfeld (Dr. Carrasco, The Barber, The Horse), Joyce McDonald (Antonia, Fermina), Rita Metzger (The Housekeeper), Shev Rodgers (The Innkeeper), Edmond Varrato (Sancho Panza) and David Wasson (Captain of the Inquisition)
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