PlayComedy SatireOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Oct 12, 1989
Closing Date
Dec 10, 1989
1st Preview
Sep 22, 1989
1st Preview
Sep 22, 1989
Previews
23
Performances
69
PlayComedy SatireOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Criterion Center Stage Right
(Oct 12, 1989 - Dec 10, 1989)

Setting
Washington, D.C. The Morning After.

Produced by Gene Wolsk
Written by Larry Gelbart; Video Music by Glen Roven
Directed by Michael Engler; Assistant Director: Michael Sexton
Scenic Design by Philipp Jung; Costume Design by Candice Donnelly; Lighting Design by Stephen Strawbridge; Sound Design by Marc Salzberg; Wig Design by Tom Watson
General Manager: Steven Suskin
Production Stage Manager: Cathy B. Blaser; Stage Manager: Pat Sosnow
Video Design by Dennis Diamond
Casting: Meg Simon and Fran Kumin; General Press Representative: Merle Debuskey; Assistant to the Producer: Dorsie Hecht; Advertising: A. C. & R. Advertising; Graphic Design by Bob Gill; Press Representative: Bruce Campbell
Senior Staffer
Total Network News
Vice President Burden
Witness
 
Clay Fielder
Total Network News
Shepherd Hunter
Chief Counsel for the Committee
Page
Total Network News
Mr. Child
Lawyer
 
Mr. Picker
Lawyer
 
Mr. Boyle
Lawyer
 
Mr. Carver
Lawyer
Abel Lamb
Witness
TNN Cameraman
Total Network News
TNN Cameraman
Total Network News
Senator Bowman
The Chairman of the Committee
Representative Byers
Committee
 
Senator Knight
Committee
 
Steward Butler
Witness
Representative Proctor
Committee
 
Secretary of State Bishop
Witness
Wife
Total Network News
Merry Chase
Total Network News
Page
Total Network News
TNN Director
Total Network News
Major Manley Battle
Witness
Senator Bunting
Committee
 
Representative Sellers
Committee
 
Wylie Slaughter
Witness
Page
Total Network News
Understudies: William Cain (Senator Bowman, Vice President Burden, Clay Fielder, Representative Proctor, Secretary of State Bishop), Charles Geyer (Major Manley Battle, Representative Byers, Senator Knight, Steward Butler, Mr. Boyle, Mr. Carver, Mr. Child, Mr. Picker), Zach Grenier (Senator Bunting, Representative Sellers, Wylie Slaughter), Priscilla Shanks (Merry Chase, Wife), Katrina Stevens (TNN Cameraman) and Isiah Whitlock, Jr. (Shepherd Hunter, Abel Lamb)

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1990 Recipient
Daniel von Bargen
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