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This production played in repertory with Boy Meets Girl

Playhouse Theatre, (4/12/1976 - 5/02/1976)
First Preview: Mar 30, 1976 Total Previews: 15
Opening Date: Apr 12, 1976    
Closing Date: May 02, 1976 Total Performances: 13

Category: Play, Revival, Broadway
Setting: Drawing Room at General Varney's House, Franklin Street, Richmond, an evening in October, 1864; Telegraph Office, War Department.


Production Staff
Produced by The Phoenix Theatre (T. Edward Hambleton: Co-Founder and Managing Director; Norris Houghton: Co-Founder); Phoenix Theatre Executive Director: Marilyn S. Miller; Phoenix Theatre Producing Director: Daniel Freudenberger
Written by William Gillette; Musical Director: Arthur Miller
Directed by Daniel Freudenberger
Scenic Design by James Tilton; Lighting Design by James Tilton; Costume Design by Clifford Capone; Sound Design by David Rapkin; Hair Design by Lyn Quiyou
General Manager: Marilyn S. Miller
Production Manager: Robert Beard; Stage Manager: Jonathan Penzner and Peter De Nicola
Press Representative: Gifford / Wallace, Inc.; Casting: Bonnie Golub; Advertising: Ash / LeDonne
Cast
Lenny Baker
Henry Dumont
Frederick Coffin
Lieutenant Maxwell
Alice Drummond
Mrs. Varney
Joe Grifasi
Corporal Matson
David Harris
Jonas
Marybeth Hurt
Caroline Mitford
Jeffrey Jones
Sergeant Wilson
Charles Kimbrough
Benton Arrelsford
John Lithgow
Captain Thorne
Arthur Miller
Banjo, Autoharp, Harmonica
Moultrie Patten
Cavalry Orderly
Jonathan Penzner
Lieutenant Allison
Roy Poole
Major General Harrison Randolph
Rex Robbins
Lieutenant Foray
Hansford Rowe
Telegraph Messenger
Don Scardino
Wilfred Varney
Meryl Streep
Edith Varney
Louise Stubbs
Martha
Stuart Warmflash
Private Eddinger
Understudies: Gwendolyn Brown (Edith Varney, Mrs. Varney), Frederick Coffin (Benton Arrelsford), Joe Grifasi (Lieutenant Foray), Jeffrey Jones (Henry Dumont, Lieutenant Maxwell), Ann McDonough (Caroline Mitford), Moultrie Patten (Lieutenant Allison, Major General Harrison Randolph), Rex Robbins (Captain Thorne) and Stuart Warmflash (Wilfred Varney)
Drama Desk Award
1976 Outstanding Actress in a Play [nominee]
Meryl Streep