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Ethel Barrymore Theatre, (3/15/1950 - 11/04/1950)
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Opening Date: Mar 15, 1950    
Closing Date: Nov 04, 1950 Total Performances: 269

Category: Musical, Drama, Opera, Original, Broadway
Setting: Somewhere in Europe.

Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned by The Shubert Organization; Theatre Operated by the Barrymore Theatre Corporation
Produced by Chandler Cowles and Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.
Music by Gian-Carlo Menotti; Book by Gian-Carlo Menotti; Lyrics by Gian-Carlo Menotti; Musical Director: Lehman Engel
Staged by Gian-Carlo Menotti; Dreams Choreography by John Butler
Scenic Design by Horace Armistead; Costume Design by Grace Houston; Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal
General Manager: Chandos Sweet
Stage Manager: Charles Pratt, Jr.; General Stage Manager: David Kanter
Musical Coordinator: Thomas Schippers; Orchestra Personnel Manager: Bernard Eichenbaum
Press Representative: George Ross and Dorothy Ross; Production Coordinator: Bill Butler
Maria Andreassi
Anna Gomez
Donald Blackey
Second Police Agent
Vera Bryner
Magda Sorel
George Jongeyans
Mr. Kofner
Gloria Lane
The Secretary
Leon Lishner
Chief Police Agent
Cornell MacNeil
John Sorel
Maria Marlo
The Foreign Woman
Andrew McKinley
Nika Magadoff
Mabel Mercer
Voice on the Record
Francis Monachino
Patricia Neway
Magda Sorel
Marie Powers
The Mother
Lydia Summers
Vera Boronell
Chester Watson
First Police Agent
Understudies: Jeanne Grant (Anna Gomez, The Foreign Woman), Rosemary Kuhlman (The Secretary), Roger Schmidt (Nika Magadoff) and Chester Watson (Assan, Chief Police Agent, Mr. Kofner)
Tony Award®
winner 1951 Conductor and Musical Director [winner]
Musical Director: Lehman Engel
Tu Reviendras
Now, O Lips, Say Goodbye
In Endless Waiting Rooms
Oh, What a Lovely Dance
To This We've Come
All the Documents Must be Signed
Death's Frontiers Are Opened