PlayComedyOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Feb 14, 1968
Closing Date
Oct 03, 1970
1st Preview
Feb 12, 1968
1st Preview
Feb 12, 1968
Previews
2
Performances
1,097
PlayComedyOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Plymouth Theatre
(Feb 14, 1968 - Oct 03, 1970)

Description
Comprised of three one act: A Visitor from Mamaroneck, A Visitor From Hollywood, and A Visitor From Forest Hills

Setting
A suite in the Plaza Hotel. A Late Winter afternoon, Early Afternoon in Spring, and a Saturday afternoon in June.

  • People
    Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
    Produced by Saint Subber
    Originally produced by Nancy Enterprises, Inc.
    Written by Neil Simon
    Directed by Mike Nichols
    Scenic Design by Oliver Smith; Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal; Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt; Hair Design by Ernest Adler; Miss Stapleton's Make-Up design by Joe Cranzano; Assistant to Mr. Smith: Jack Brown; Assistant to Miss Rosenthal: William H. Batchelder; Prod. Assistant to Miss Rosenthal: Marian Kinsella; Assistant to Miss Zipprodt: Patricia Quinn Stuart
    General Manager: C. Edwin Knill; Company Manager: William Craver
    Production Stage Manager: Harvey Medlinsky; Stage Manager: Wisner Washam
    General Press Representative: Harvey B. Sabinson and Lee Solters; Press Representative: Harry Nigro; Advertising: Ingram Ash
    Sam Nash
    Visitor From Mamaroneck
     
    Jesse Kiplinger
    Visitor From Hollywood
     
    Roy Hubley
    Visitor From Forest Hills
    Karen Nash
    Visitor From Mamaroneck
    Feb 12, 1968 - Feb 12, 1969
     
    Muriel Tate
    Visitor From Hollywood
    Feb 12, 1968 - Feb 12, 1969
     
    Norma Hubley
    Visitor From Forest Hills
    Feb 12, 1968 - Feb 12, 1969
    Bob Balaban
    Broadway debut
    Bellhop
    Visitor From Mamaroneck
     
    Borden Eisler
    Visitor From Forest Hills
    Jean McCormack
    Visitor From Mamaroneck
     
    Mimsey Hubley
    Visitor From Forest Hills
    Jose Ocasio
    Broadway debut
    Waiter (Mamaroneck)
    Visitor From Mamaroneck
     
    Waiter (Hollywood)
    Visitor From Hollywood
    Standby: Judith Barcroft (Jean McCormack, Mimsey Hubley), Alfred Sandor (Sam Nash, Jesse Kiplinger, Roy Hubley), Wisner Washam (Bellhop, Waiter (Mamaroneck), Waiter (Hollywood), Borden Eisler) and Elizabeth Wilson (Karen Nash, Muriel Tate, Norma Hubley)

    Plymouth Theatre (Feb 14, 1968 - Oct 03, 1970)

    Company Manager: James Turner
    Production Stage Manager: Wisner Washam; Stage Manager: Gary Barton and Ronn Cummins
    Press Representative: Cheryl Sue Dolby

    Cast

    Karen Nash
    Visitor From Mamaroneck
    Feb 13, 1969 - Jun 07, 1969
     
    Muriel Tate
    Visitor From Hollywood
    Feb 13, 1969 - Jun 07, 1969
     
    Norma Hubley
    Visitor From Forest Hills
    Feb 13, 1969 - Jun 07, 1969
    Karen Nash
    Visitor From Mamaroneck
    Jan 05, 1970 - May 21, 1970
     
    Muriel Tate
    Visitor From Hollywood
    Jan 05, 1970 - May 21, 1970
     
    Norma Hubley
    Visitor From Forest Hills
    Jan 05, 1970 - May 21, 1970
     
    Karen Nash
    Visitor From Mamaroneck
    Jun 08, 1970 - Oct 03, 1970
     
    Muriel Tate
    Visitor From Hollywood
    Jun 08, 1970 - Oct 03, 1970
     
    Norma Hubley
    Visitor From Forest Hills
    Jun 08, 1970 - Oct 03, 1970
    Sam Nash
    Visitor From Mamaroneck
     
    Jesse Kiplinger
    Visitor From Hollywood
     
    Roy Hubley
    Visitor From Forest Hills
    Karen Nash
    Visitor From Mamaroneck
    Jun 09, 1969 - Jan 03, 1970
     
    Muriel Tate
    Visitor From Hollywood
    Jun 09, 1969 - Jan 03, 1970
     
    Norma Hubley
    Visitor From Forest Hills
    Jun 09, 1969 - Jan 03, 1970
     
    Karen Nash
    Visitor From Mamaroneck
    May 25, 1970 - Jun 06, 1970
     
    Muriel Tate
    Visitor From Hollywood
    May 25, 1970 - Jun 06, 1970
     
    Norma Hubley
    Visitor From Forest Hills
    May 25, 1970 - Jun 06, 1970
    Bellhop
    Visitor From Mamaroneck
     
    Borden Eisler
    Visitor From Forest Hills
    Sam Nash
    Visitor From Mamaroneck
     
    Jesse Kiplinger
    Visitor From Hollywood
     
    Roy Hubley
    Visitor From Forest Hills
    Bellhop
    Visitor From Mamaroneck
     
    Borden Eisler
    Visitor From Forest Hills
    Sam Nash
    Visitor From Mamaroneck
     
    Jesse Kiplinger
    Visitor From Hollywood
     
    Roy Hubley
    Visitor From Forest Hills
    Jean McCormack
    Visitor From Mamaroneck
     
    Mimsey Hubley
    Visitor From Forest Hills
    Sam Nash
    Visitor From Mamaroneck
     
    Jesse Kiplinger
    Visitor From Hollywood
     
    Roy Hubley
    Visitor From Forest Hills
    Sam Nash
    Visitor From Mamaroneck
     
    Jesse Kiplinger
    Visitor From Hollywood
     
    Roy Hubley
    Visitor From Forest Hills
    Standby: Ronn Cummins (Bellhop, Borden Eisler), Renee Orin (Karen Nash, Muriel Tate, Norma Hubley) and Larry Weber (Roy Hubley, Jesse Kiplinger, Sam Nash)
    Understudy: Gary Barton (Bellhop, Waiter (Mamaroneck), Waiter (Hollywood), Borden Eisler)
  • Awards

    Tony Award®

     

    Best Play

    1968 Nominee
    Written by Neil Simon
    Produced by Saint Subber
     

    Best Actress in a Play

    1968 Nominee
    Maureen Stapleton

    Best Direction of a Play

    1968 Winner
    Directed by Mike Nichols
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by Saint Subber
Originally produced by Nancy Enterprises, Inc.
Written by Neil Simon
Directed by Mike Nichols
Scenic Design by Oliver Smith; Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal; Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt; Hair Design by Ernest Adler; Miss Stapleton's Make-Up design by Joe Cranzano; Assistant to Mr. Smith: Jack Brown; Assistant to Miss Rosenthal: William H. Batchelder; Prod. Assistant to Miss Rosenthal: Marian Kinsella; Assistant to Miss Zipprodt: Patricia Quinn Stuart
General Manager: C. Edwin Knill; Company Manager: William Craver
Production Stage Manager: Harvey Medlinsky; Stage Manager: Wisner Washam
General Press Representative: Harvey B. Sabinson and Lee Solters; Press Representative: Harry Nigro; Advertising: Ingram Ash
Sam Nash
Visitor From Mamaroneck
 
Jesse Kiplinger
Visitor From Hollywood
 
Roy Hubley
Visitor From Forest Hills
Karen Nash
Visitor From Mamaroneck
Feb 12, 1968 - Feb 12, 1969
 
Muriel Tate
Visitor From Hollywood
Feb 12, 1968 - Feb 12, 1969
 
Norma Hubley
Visitor From Forest Hills
Feb 12, 1968 - Feb 12, 1969
Bob Balaban
Broadway debut
Bellhop
Visitor From Mamaroneck
 
Borden Eisler
Visitor From Forest Hills
Jean McCormack
Visitor From Mamaroneck
 
Mimsey Hubley
Visitor From Forest Hills
Jose Ocasio
Broadway debut
Waiter (Mamaroneck)
Visitor From Mamaroneck
 
Waiter (Hollywood)
Visitor From Hollywood
Standby: Judith Barcroft (Jean McCormack, Mimsey Hubley), Alfred Sandor (Sam Nash, Jesse Kiplinger, Roy Hubley), Wisner Washam (Bellhop, Waiter (Mamaroneck), Waiter (Hollywood), Borden Eisler) and Elizabeth Wilson (Karen Nash, Muriel Tate, Norma Hubley)

Plymouth Theatre (Feb 14, 1968 - Oct 03, 1970)

Company Manager: James Turner
Production Stage Manager: Wisner Washam; Stage Manager: Gary Barton and Ronn Cummins
Press Representative: Cheryl Sue Dolby

Cast

Karen Nash
Visitor From Mamaroneck
Feb 13, 1969 - Jun 07, 1969
 
Muriel Tate
Visitor From Hollywood
Feb 13, 1969 - Jun 07, 1969
 
Norma Hubley
Visitor From Forest Hills
Feb 13, 1969 - Jun 07, 1969
Karen Nash
Visitor From Mamaroneck
Jan 05, 1970 - May 21, 1970
 
Muriel Tate
Visitor From Hollywood
Jan 05, 1970 - May 21, 1970
 
Norma Hubley
Visitor From Forest Hills
Jan 05, 1970 - May 21, 1970
 
Karen Nash
Visitor From Mamaroneck
Jun 08, 1970 - Oct 03, 1970
 
Muriel Tate
Visitor From Hollywood
Jun 08, 1970 - Oct 03, 1970
 
Norma Hubley
Visitor From Forest Hills
Jun 08, 1970 - Oct 03, 1970
Sam Nash
Visitor From Mamaroneck
 
Jesse Kiplinger
Visitor From Hollywood
 
Roy Hubley
Visitor From Forest Hills
Karen Nash
Visitor From Mamaroneck
Jun 09, 1969 - Jan 03, 1970
 
Muriel Tate
Visitor From Hollywood
Jun 09, 1969 - Jan 03, 1970
 
Norma Hubley
Visitor From Forest Hills
Jun 09, 1969 - Jan 03, 1970
 
Karen Nash
Visitor From Mamaroneck
May 25, 1970 - Jun 06, 1970
 
Muriel Tate
Visitor From Hollywood
May 25, 1970 - Jun 06, 1970
 
Norma Hubley
Visitor From Forest Hills
May 25, 1970 - Jun 06, 1970
Bellhop
Visitor From Mamaroneck
 
Borden Eisler
Visitor From Forest Hills
Sam Nash
Visitor From Mamaroneck
 
Jesse Kiplinger
Visitor From Hollywood
 
Roy Hubley
Visitor From Forest Hills
Bellhop
Visitor From Mamaroneck
 
Borden Eisler
Visitor From Forest Hills
Sam Nash
Visitor From Mamaroneck
 
Jesse Kiplinger
Visitor From Hollywood
 
Roy Hubley
Visitor From Forest Hills
Jean McCormack
Visitor From Mamaroneck
 
Mimsey Hubley
Visitor From Forest Hills
Sam Nash
Visitor From Mamaroneck
 
Jesse Kiplinger
Visitor From Hollywood
 
Roy Hubley
Visitor From Forest Hills
Sam Nash
Visitor From Mamaroneck
 
Jesse Kiplinger
Visitor From Hollywood
 
Roy Hubley
Visitor From Forest Hills
Standby: Ronn Cummins (Bellhop, Borden Eisler), Renee Orin (Karen Nash, Muriel Tate, Norma Hubley) and Larry Weber (Roy Hubley, Jesse Kiplinger, Sam Nash)
Understudy: Gary Barton (Bellhop, Waiter (Mamaroneck), Waiter (Hollywood), Borden Eisler)

Tony Award®

 

Best Play

1968 Nominee
Written by Neil Simon
Produced by Saint Subber
 

Best Actress in a Play

1968 Nominee
Maureen Stapleton

Best Direction of a Play

1968 Winner
Directed by Mike Nichols
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