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Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, (4/21/1976 - 6/05/1977)
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Opening Date: Apr 21, 1976    
Closing Date: Jun 05, 1977 Total Performances: 478

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Off-Broadway
Setting: An Army barracks in Virginia. 1965.

Production Staff
Produced by Joseph Papp; Associate Producer: Bernard Gersten
Originally produced by The New York Shakespeare Festival (Joseph Papp, Producer) and The Long Wharf Theatre
Written by David Rabe
Directed by Mike Nichols
Scenic Design by Tony Walton; Costume Design by Bill Walker; Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace; Assistant to Set Designer: William Sohmer; Wigmaster: J. Roy Helland
NYSF General Manager: Robert Kamlot
NYSF Production Manager: Andrew Mihok; Production Stage Manager: Nina Seely; Assistant Stage Mgr: Miklos Horvath; NYSF Production Supervisor: Jason Steven Cohen; NYSF Technical Director: Mervyn Haines, Jr.
NYSF Director of Play Development: Gail Merrifield; NYSF General Press Representative: Merle Debuskey; Press Representative: Faith Greer; NYSF Casting Director: Rosemarie Tichler; Graphics Designer: Susan Frank; Photographer: George E. Joseph; Advertising: Case & McGrath
Terry Alexander
Peter Evans
Dorian Harewood
Miklos Horvath
Michael Kell
Kenneth McMillan
Sgt. Rooney
Mark Metcalf
Clark, M.P.
Les Roberts
Hinson, M.P.
Paul Rudd
Arlen Dean Snyder
M.P. Officer
Dolph Sweet
Sgt. Cokes
Understudies: Miklos Horvath (Clark, M.P., Hinson, M.P., M.P. Officer), Michael Kell (Richie), Mark Metcalf (Billy, Martin), Les Roberts (Carlyle, Roger) and Arlen Dean Snyder (Sgt. Cokes, Sgt. Rooney)
Tony Award®
1977 Best Play [nominee]
Written by David Rabe; Produced by Joseph Papp
Drama Desk Award
winner 1976 Outstanding New Play [winner]
Produced by Joseph Papp; Written by David Rabe
1976 Outstanding Actor in a Play [nominee]
Peter Evans
1976 Outstanding Director of a Play [nominee]
Directed by Mike Nichols