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Night and Day   

ANTA Playhouse, (11/27/1979 - 2/16/1980)
First Preview: Nov 21, 1979 Total Previews: 7
Opening Date: Nov 27, 1979    
Closing Date: Feb 16, 1980 Total Performances: 95

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: Kambawe, a former British Colony in Africa.

Production Staff [See More]
Managing Director: Alfred De Liagre, Jr.
Produced by James M. Nederlander, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and Michael Codron
Originally produced in London by Michael Codron
Written by Tom Stoppard; Featuring "Night and Day" by Cole Porter
Directed by Peter Wood
Scenic Design by Carl Toms; Costume Design by Carl Toms; Lighting Design by Neil Peter Jampolis; Sound Consultant: Erskine-Shapiro, Theatre Technology, Inc.; Miss Smith's hair styles by Patrik D. Moreton; Lighting of original London production designed by Robert Bryan
Executive Producer: Elizabeth I. McCann and Nelle Nugent; Company Manager: Susan Gustafson
Production Stage Manager: William Dodds; Stage Manager: Jay Adler; Assistant Stage Mgr: Leslie Lyles
Special Effects by Chic Silber
General Press Representative: Solters & Roskin, Inc. and Tom Trenkle; Advertising: Serino, Coyne & Nappi; Casting: Johnson-Liff Associates; Photographer: Zoë Dominic
Maggie Smith
Ruth Carson
Paul Hecht
Dick Wagner
Joseph Maher
Geoffrey Carson
Clarence Williams III
President Mageeba
Peter Evans
Jacob Milne
Larry Riley
Dwight Schultz
George Guthrie
T. J. Scott
Alastair Carson
Standby: Jonathan Farwell (Dick Wagner, Geoffrey Carson)
Understudies: Peter James (Alastair Carson), Dennis Lipscomb (George Guthrie, Jacob Milne) and Milledge Mosley (Francis, President Mageeba)
Tony Award®
1980 Best Actress in a Play [nominee]
Maggie Smith
1980 Best Featured Actor in a Play [nominee]
Joseph Maher
Drama Desk Award
1980 Outstanding New Play [nominee]
Produced by James M. Nederlander, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and Michael Codron; Written by Tom Stoppard