Opening Date
Sep 24, 1989
Closing Date
Dec 17, 1989
1st Preview
Sep 13, 1989
1st Preview
Sep 13, 1989


Neil Simon Theatre
(Sep 24, 1989 - Dec 17, 1989)

A drama in three acts and seven scenes

A general dry-goods store and part of the connecting "confectionary" in a small Southern town, during the rainy season, from January to Easter Sunday.

Produced by James M. Nederlander and Elizabeth Ireland McCann; Produced by arrangement with Duncan C. Weldon and Jerome Minskoff; Associate Producer: Nicki Frei
Originally produced by The Peter Hall Company
Written by Tennessee Williams; Electronic score by Stephen Edwards
Directed by Peter Hall; Assistant Director: John Cagan
Scenic Design by Alison Chitty; Costume Design by Alison Chitty; Lighting Design by Paul Pyant and Neil Peter Jampolis; Sound Design by Paul Arditti; Mask Design by Naomi Jeffries; American Costumes designed in association with Richard Schurkamp; American Set Designed in association with Neil Peter Jampolis
General Manager: Barbara Darwall
Production Stage Manager: William Dodds; Stage Manager: Steven Shaw
Special Effects by Chic Silber; Properties: Richard Popock
Casting: Johnson-Liff & Zerman; General Press Representative: The Joshua Ellis Office; Assistant to the Producer: Thom Schilling; Vocal Coach (U.S.): Tim Monich; Vocal Coach (U.K.): Joan Washington; Guitar instructor for Mr. Anderson: Hector Milia; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Production Photographer (U.S.): Martha Swope; Production Photographer (U.K.): John Haynes; Press Representative: Adrian Bryan-Brown
Val Xavier
Vee Talbott
Lady Torrance
Carol Cutrere
Dolly Hamma
David Cutrere
Eva Temple
Mr. Dubinsky
1st Man
Nurse Porter
Pee Wee Binnings
2nd Man
Sheriff Talbott
Uncle Pleasant
Beulah Binnings
Sister Temple
Jabe Torrance
Dog Hamma
Understudies: Lynn Cohen (Eva Temple, Sister Temple, Nurse Porter), Constance Crawford (Vee Talbott, Beulah Binnings, Dolly Hamma), Thomas Kopache (Jabe Torrance), Joan MacIntosh (Lady Torrance, Carol Cutrere), Richard McWilliams (Val Xavier, Mr. Dubinsky, 1st Man, 2nd Man, Clown), Stephen Mendillo (Dog Hamma, Pee Wee Binnings, David Cutrere), Peg Small (Woman), Fred Tyson (Uncle Pleasant) and Mitch Webb (Sheriff Talbott)

Tony Award®


Best Lighting Design

1990 Nominee
Lighting Design by Paul Pyant and Neil Peter Jampolis
Week Ending Gross % Gross Pot. Attendance % Capacity # Previews # Perf.
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