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Ondine   

46th Street Theatre, (2/18/1954 - 7/03/1954)
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Opening Date: Feb 18, 1954    
Closing Date: Jul 03, 1954 Total Performances: 157

Category: Play, Romance, Original, Broadway
Setting: A Fisherman's Cottage; A Hall in the King's Palace. The Middle Ages.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson; S.N. Behrman; Elmer Rice; Robert E. Sherwood; Sidney Howard); Produced by arrangement with Schuyler Watts
Music by Virgil Thomson; Written by Jean Giraudoux; Adapted by Maurice Valency
Directed by Alfred Lunt
Settings by Peter Larkin; Costumes by Richard Whorf; Lighting by Jean Rosenthal; Miss Hepburn's gowns by Valentina
Business Manager: Victor Samrock; Company Manager: Lawrence Farrell
Assistant Stage Mgr: Robert Crawley; Stage Manager: William Chambers
Music Contractor: Morris Stonzek; Musical Supervisor: William Kraft
Press Representative: William Fields; Associate Press Representative: Reginald Denenholz
Cast
Mel Ferrer
Ritter Hans
Audrey Hepburn
Ondine
John Alexander
Auguste
Peter Brandon
Bertram
Robert Crawley
Executioner
Lloyd Gough
First Fisherman
Superintendent of the Theatre
Stacy Graham
A Lady
Kitchen Maid
Alan Hewitt
Lord Chamberlain
First Judge
Gaye Jordan
Angelique
Edith King
Eugenie
James Lanphier
Trainer of Seals
A Servant
William LeMassena
A Lord
Second Judge
Anne Meacham
Violante
Robert Middleton
Old One
Illusionist
The Old One
Second Fisherman
The Old One
Barry OHara
Matho
Lily Paget
Salammbo
William Podmore
The King
Dran Seitz
One of The Ondines
Tani Seitz
One of The Ondines
Marian Seldes
Bertha
Jan Sherwood
Venus
Sonia Torgeson
One of The Ondines
Tony Award®
winner 1954 Best Actress in a Play [winner]
Audrey Hepburn
winner 1954 Best Scenic Design [winner]
Peter Larkin
winner 1954 Best Costume Design [winner]
Richard Whorf
winner 1954 Director [winner]
Directed by Alfred Lunt