Opening Date
Nov 28, 1962
Closing Date
Dec 08, 1962


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Ethel Barrymore Theatre
(Nov 28, 1962 - Dec 08, 1962)

A play in two acts

An American theatre at the end of the last century, later the wharf, and then the ship "Pequod."

Produced by Jerry Adler and Samuel Liff
Written by Orson Welles; Adapted from "Moby Dick" by Herman Melville; Incidental music by Harold Glick
Directed by Douglas Campbell
Lighting Design by Klaus Holm
General Manager: Irving Squires
Production Stage Manager: Gene Perlowin; Stage Manager: Rex Partington
Press Representative: Richard Maney and Martin Shwartz
Young Actress' Understudy
Member of the Company, later Elijah
Young Actor, later Ishmael
Cynical Actor, later Flask
Member of the Company
later The Mastheader and Voice of the Bachelor
Young Actress, later Pip
Member of the Company, later Queequeg
Stage Manager
later Capt. Peleg and Voice of The Rachel
Serious Actor, later Starbuck
Member of the Company, later Daggoo
later Father Mapple and Captain Ahab
An Old "Pro," later the Carpenter
Actor with Newspaper, later Stubb
Middle-aged Actor, later Tashtego
Understudies: Judith Doty (Young Actress, later Pip), Bill Fletcher (Serious Actor, later Starbuck), John Horton (Young Actor, later Ishmael), Lex Monson (Stage Manager), Rex Partington (Middle-aged Actor, later Tashtego, Member of the Company, later Daggoo), Roy Poole (Actor-Manager), David Thomas (Actor with Newspaper, later Stubb) and Louis Zorich (Cynical Actor, later Flask, An Old "Pro," later the Carpenter)

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