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Sunrise at Campobello   

Cort Theatre, (1/30/1958 - 5/30/1959)
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Opening Date: Jan 30, 1958    
Closing Date: May 30, 1959 Total Performances: 556

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Description: A drama in three acts and eight scenes
Setting: The home of Franklin Delano Roosevelt at Campobello, New Brunswick, Canada (1921); and New York (1922-1924).

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Theatre Leased by The Shubert Organization
Produced by The Theatre Guild and Dore Schary
Written by Dore Schary
Directed by Vincent J. Donehue
Scenic Design by Ralph Alswang; Costume Design by Virginia Volland; Lighting Design by Ralph Alswang
General Manager: Peter Davis; Company Manager: Jesse Long
Production Stage Manager: Jean Barrere; Stage Manager: Kenneth Mays
General Press Representative: Nat Dorfman; Press Representative: Irvin Dorfman and Marjorie Barkentin
Ralph Bellamy
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
James Bonnet
James Roosevelt
Alan Bunce
Governor Alfred E. Smith
Clifford Carpenter
Mr. Brimmer
Jerry Crews
Floyd Curtis
Stretcher Bearer
Roni Dengel
Anna Roosevelt
Vincent Dowling
Senator Walsh
Stretcher Bearer
Ethel Everett
Mary Fickett
Eleanor Roosevelt
William Fort
Franklin Calder
Henry Jones
Louis McHenry Howe
James Earl Jones
Kenneth Kakos
Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr.
Edwin Philips
A Speaker
Stretcher Bearer
James Reese
Doctor Bennet
Richard Robbins
Mr. Lassiter
Jeffrey Rowland
John Roosevelt
Anne Seymour
Mrs. Sara Delano Roosevelt
Perry Skaar
Elliott Roosevelt
Mary Welch
Miss Marguerite (Missy) LeHand
Understudies: James Bayer (Elliott Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr.), Clifford Carpenter (Louis McHenry Howe), Vincent Dowling (Governor Alfred E. Smith, Mr. Lassiter), Ethel Everett (Miss Marguerite (Missy) LeHand, Mrs. Sara Delano Roosevelt), William Fort (Mr. Brimmer, Senator Walsh), Kenneth Kakos (John Roosevelt), Richard Robbins (Franklin Delano Roosevelt), Linda Seff (Anna Roosevelt, Marie), Perry Skaar (James Roosevelt) and Mary Welch (Eleanor Roosevelt)
Tony Award®
winner 1958 Best Play [winner]
Written by Dore Schary; Produced by The Theatre Guild and Dore Schary
winner 1958 Best Actor in Play [winner]
Ralph Bellamy
winner 1958 Best Featured Actor in a Play [winner]
Henry Jones
1958 Best Featured Actress in a Play [nominee]
Mary Fickett
winner 1958 Best Director [winner]
Directed by Vincent J. Donehue