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Moonchildren   

Royale Theatre, (2/21/1972 - 3/04/1972)
First Preview: Feb 11, 1972 Total Previews: 12
Opening Date: Feb 21, 1972    
Closing Date: Mar 04, 1972 Total Performances: 16

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: Around 1965-66. A student apartment in an American university town.


Production Staff
Produced by David Merrick; Produced in association with Byron Goldman and Max J. Brown; Produced by arrangement with Martin Rosen; Associate Producer: Samuel Liff
Originally produced by Arena Stage (Zelda Fichandler: Artistic Director)
Written by Michael Weller
Directed by Alan Schneider
Scenic Design by William Ritman; Costume Design by Marjorie Slaiman; Lighting Design by Martin Aronstein
Production Stage Manager: Alan Hall; Stage Manager: George Curley
Press Representative: Lee Solters, Harvey B. Sabinson and Marilynn LeVine
Cast
Peter Alzado
Effing
One of the Others
Maureen Anderman
Ruth
Student
Stephen Collins
Dick
Student
Kevin Conway
Mike
Student
George Curley
Cootie's Father
One of the Others
Cara Duff-MacCormick
Shelly
Student
Jill Eikenberry
Kathy
Student
Christopher Guest
Norman
Student
Edward Herrmann
Cootie (Mel)
Student
Salem Ludwig
Uncle Murry
One of the Others
Ron McLarty
Lucky
One of the Others
Robert Prosky
Mr. Willis
One of the Others
Donegan Smith
Ralph
One of the Others
Michael Tucker
Milkman
One of the Others
James Woods
Bob Rettie (Job)
Student
Louis Zorich
Bream
One of the Others
Understudies: Peter Alzado (Bob Rettie (Job), Milkman), Gretchen Corbett (Kathy, Ruth, Shelly), George Curley (Mr. Willis, Uncle Murry), Ron McLarty (Bream, Mr. Willis, Ralph), Donegan Smith (Cootie (Mel), Dick, Effing) and Michael Tucker (Cootie's Father, Mike, Norman)
Tony Award®
1972 Best Featured Actress in a Play [nominee]
Cara Duff-MacCormick
Drama Desk Award
winner 1972 Most Promising Playwright [winner]
Written by Michael Weller
Theatre World
winner 1972 Award [recipient]
Maureen Anderman
winner 1972 Award [recipient]
Cara Duff-MacCormick
winner 1972 Award [recipient]
James Woods