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Biltmore Theatre, (11/20/1980 - 11/30/1980)
First Preview: Nov 11, 1980 Total Previews: 11
Opening Date: Nov 20, 1980    
Closing Date: Nov 30, 1980 Total Performances: 12

Category: Play, Original, Broadway


Production Staff
Theatre Owned by The Biltmore Theatre Corp.-Sharcar, Inc. (David J. Cogan: President); Theatre Operated by The Messrs. Nederlander
Produced by Jack Garfein, Warner Theatre Productions, Inc. (Claire Nichtern: President) and Herbert Wasserman
Originally produced by Harold Clurman Theater; Produced in May 1980 at the Spoleto Festival USA
Written by Arthur Miller; Inspired by "Hard Times" by Studs Terkel; Incidental music by Robert Dennis
Directed by Vivian Matalon
Scenic Design by Karl Eigsti; Costume Design by Robert Wojewodski; Lighting Design by Neil Peter Jampolis; Hair Design by Charles LoPresto
General Manager: Jack Schlissel and Jay Kingwill; Company Manager: Al Isaac
Production Stage Manager: Robert LoBianco; Stage Manager: Jane Neufeld
General Press Representative: Joe Wolhandler Associates; Casting: Lynn Kressel; Advertising: Serino, Coyne & Nappi; Cover Design by Gilbert Lesser
Cast
William Atherton
Lee Baum
Francine Beers
Fanny Margolies
Myrna
Donny Burks
Clarence
Waiter
Isaac
Jerome
Piano Mover
Rosanna Carter
Irene
Marilyn Caskey
Doris
Isabel
Grace
David Chandler
Joe
Bush
Joan Copeland
Rose Baum
Ralph Drischell
Frank
Livermore
Man in Welfare Office
Stanislaus
Robert Harper
Clayton
Sidney Margolies
Ralph
Salem Ludwig
Grandpa
Kapush
Alan North
Durant
Sheriff
Piano Mover
Toland
John Randolph
Moe Baum
Edward Seamon
Tony
Taylor
Dugan
Susan Sharkey
Jeanette Ramsey
Edie
Lucille
Attendant
Bill Smitrovich
Waiter
Bicycle Thief
Rudy
Piano Mover
Ryan
Standby: Tresa Hughes (Rose Baum)
Understudies: Peter Francis-James (Bicycle Thief, Clarence, Frank, Isaac, Piano Mover, Rudy, Ryan, Waiter), Lil Henderson (Irene, Myrna) and Suzanne Reichard (Attendant, Doris, Edie, Grace, Isabel, Jeanette Ramsey, Lucille)
Drama Desk Award
winner 1981 Outstanding Actress in a Play [winner]
Joan Copeland