PlayDramaRevivalBroadway
Opening Date
Nov 12, 1974
Closing Date
Jan 04, 1976
1st Preview
Nov 06, 1974
1st Preview
Nov 06, 1974
Previews
7
Performances
471
PlayDramaRevivalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Broadhurst Theatre
(Nov 12, 1974 - Jan 04, 1976)

Description
A play in four acts

Setting
London. 1891.

Comments
"...They still live for all that love them well: in a romantic chamber of the heart: in a nostalgic country of the mind where it is always 1895." --Vincent Starrett ("The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes")

Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Written by Arthur Conan Doyle and William Gillette; Music arranged by Michael Lankester
Directed by Frank Dunlop
Scenic Design by Carl Toms; Costume Design by Carl Toms; Lighting Design by Neil Peter Jampolis; Sound Design by Peter Fitzgerald
General Manager: Nelle Nugent; Company Manager: Susan Gustafson
Production Stage Manager: George Rondo; Stage Manager: John Handy and Barbara-Mae Phillips
Violin: Christopher Tarle; Trumpet: Dick Perry; Piano: Irving Joseph
General Press Representative: Michael Alpert Public Relations; Press Representative: Marilynn LeVine and Ellen Levene; Casting: John Handy; Advertising: Blaine-Thompson and Mike Mones; Scenery and Costumes Supervised by Mason Arvold
Professor Moriarty
Sherlock Holmes
Madge Larrabee
Sidney Prince
Doctor Watson
James Larrabee
John Forman
Ensemble
Parsons
Count Von Stahlburg
Ensemble
Billy
Ensemble
Newsboy
 
Ensemble
Sir Edward Leighton
"Lightfoot" McTague
 
Ensemble
Alice Faulkner
Thérèse
Alfred Bassick
Jim Craigin
Thomas Leary
Ensemble

Broadhurst Theatre (Nov 12, 1974 - Jan 04, 1976)

Company Manager: James Turner
Production Stage Manager: Frank Bayer; Assistant Stage Mgr: Jeffrey Hillock, Joe Muzikar and Rock Townsend
Press Representative: Joshua Ellis; Press Assistant: Warren Knowlton and Anne Obert Weinberg

Cast

Thomas Leary
Doctor Watson
"Lightfoot" McTague
 
Ensemble
"Lightfoot" McTague
Sidney Prince
Ensemble
Ensemble
 
Doctor Watson
"Lightfoot" McTague
 
Ensemble
Newsboy
 
Ensemble
Sir Edward Leighton
 
Sherlock Holmes
Apr 22, 1975 - ?
Thérèse
 
Alice Faulkner
Alice Faulkner
John Forman
Ensemble
Sherlock Holmes
May 13, 1975 - ?
Ensemble
Alfred Bassick
Madge Larrabee
James Larrabee
Feb 04, 1975 - ?
Professor Moriarty
Sir Edward Leighton
Doctor Watson
Sherlock Holmes
Count Von Stahlburg
Professor Moriarty
Thérèse
Sidney Prince
Jim Craigin
 
Parsons
Newsboy
 
Ensemble
Jim Craigin
 
Sir Edward Leighton
Standby: Patrick Horgan (Sherlock Holmes) and Rex Robbins (Sherlock Holmes)
Understudies: Richard Council (Jim Craigin), Jonathan Freeman (Jim Craigin), Michael Hartman ("Lightfoot" McTague), Michael Hawkins (Doctor Watson), Kim Herbert (John Forman, Jim Craigin), Jeffrey Hillock (Billy), Diana Kirkwood (Madge Larrabee, Alice Faulkner), Susan Merril-Taylor (Thérèse), Joe Muzikar ("Lightfoot" McTague, Ensemble, Alfred Bassick), Robert Perault (Thomas Leary, Count Von Stahlburg), Robert Phalen (James Larrabee), Robert Stattel (Alfred Bassick, John Forman), Fred Stuthman (Professor Moriarty), Elizabeth Swain (Alice Faulkner), Tom Tarpey (Sir Edward Leighton), Matthew Tobin (Sidney Prince), Rock Townsend (Billy, "Lightfoot" McTague), Josef Warik (Doctor Watson) and Richard Woods (Sir Edward Leighton)

Tony Award®

 

Best Actor in Play

1975 Nominee
John Wood
 

Best Featured Actor in a Play

1975 Nominee
Philip Locke

Best Scenic Design

1975 Winner
Scenic Design by Carl Toms

Best Lighting Design

1975 Winner
Lighting Design by Neil Peter Jampolis

Drama Desk Award

 

Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play

1975 Nominee
Philip Locke
 

Outstanding Director of a Play

1975 Nominee
Directed by Frank Dunlop
 

Outstanding Costume Design

1975 Nominee
Costume Design by Carl Toms

Outstanding Lighting Design

1975 Winner
Lighting Design by Neil Peter Jampolis

Outstanding Set Design

1975 Winner
Scenic Design by Carl Toms
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