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Mary Stuart   

Vivian Beaumont Theatre, (11/12/1971 - 12/18/1971)
First Preview: Oct 30, 1971 Total Previews: 13
Opening Date: Nov 12, 1971    
Closing Date: Dec 18, 1971 Total Performances: 44

Category: Play, Revival, Broadway
Setting: 1587. In and around Fotheringay Castle. Royal Palace at Westminster.

Production Staff
Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Jules Irving and Robert Symonds)
Written by Friedrich Schiller; Book adapted by Stephen Spender; Incidental music by Stanley Silverman
Directed by Jules Irving
Scenic Design by Douglas W. Schmidt; Costume Design by Malcolm McCornick; Lighting Design by John Gleason
Production Stage Manager: Barbara-Mae Phillips; Stage Manager: Craig Anderson
Press Representative: Susan Bloch, William Schelble and Sedgwick Clark
Seth Allen
Sir Drue Drury
Philip Bosco
Robert Dudley
Adolph Caesar
Robert Christian
One of the Guards, Courtier, Gentlewomen
Crickett Coan
Serving Girl
One of the Guards, Courtier, Gentlewomen
Kathleen Doyle
One of the Guards, Courtier, Gentlewomen
Stephen Elliott
Lord Burleigh
Ray Fry
Count Aubespine
French Ambassador
Richard Greene
Mortimer's friend
Salome Jens
Mary Stuart
Queen of Scotland
Richard Kline
One of the Guards, Courtier, Gentlewomen
Aline MacMahon
Hannah Kennedy
Joseph Maher
Sir Andrew Melvil
Nancy Marchand
Queen Elizabeth
Marilyn Meyers
One of the Guards, Courtier, Gentlewomen
Stuart Pankin
Sheriff of Northampton
Robert Phalen
Sir Edward Mortimer
Andy Robinson
Sir WiIliam Davison
Ronald Roston
One of the Guards, Courtier, Gentlewomen
Ray Stewart
Earl of Kent
Robert Symonds
Sir Amias Paulet
Mary's jailer
James Tolkan
Sydney Walker
Peter Weil
One of the Guards, Courtier, Gentlewomen
Mark Woods
Understudies: Ray Fry (Lord Burleigh), Richard Greene (Robert Dudley), Richard Kline (Page, Sir Edward Mortimer), Frances Sternhagen (Mary Stuart, Queen Elizabeth) and Rey Stewart (Sir Andrew Melvil, Talbot)