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Plaza Suite   

Plymouth Theatre, (2/14/1968 - 10/03/1970)
First Preview: Dec 12, 1968 Total Previews: 2
Opening Date: Feb 14, 1968    
Closing Date: Oct 03, 1970 Total Performances: 1097

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
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.

Production Staff
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
George C. Scott
Sam Nash
Visitor From Mamaroneck
Jesse Kiplinger
Visitor From Hollywood
Roy Hubley
Visitor From Forest Hills
Maureen Stapleton
Karen Nash
Visitor From Mamaroneck
Muriel Tate
Visitor From Hollywood
Norma Hubley
Visitor From Forest Hills
Bob Balaban
Broadway debut
Visitor From Mamaroneck
Borden Eisler
Visitor From Forest Hills
Claudette Nevins
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 (Jesse Kiplinger, Roy Hubley, Sam Nash), Wisner Washam (Bellhop, Borden Eisler, Waiter (Hollywood), Waiter (Mamaroneck)) and Elizabeth Wilson (Karen Nash, Muriel Tate, Norma Hubley)
Tony Award®
1968 Best Play [nominee]
Written by Neil Simon; Produced by Saint Subber
1968 Best Actress in a Play [nominee]
Maureen Stapleton
winner 1968 Best Direction of a Play [winner]
Mike Nichols