PlayOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Feb 26, 1964
Closing Date
Nov 28, 1964
Performances
316
PlayOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

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Theatres
Brooks Atkinson Theatre
(Feb 26, 1964 - Nov 28, 1964)

Setting
1942-1943. Berlin and Rome.

Written by Rolf Hochhuth; Book adapted by Jerome Rothenberg
Directed by Herman Shumlin
Scenic Design by Rouben Ter-Arutunian; Costume Design by Edith Lutyens Bel Geddes; Lighting Design by John Harvey
Stage Manager: Howard Whitfield
Press Representative: David Lipsky, Lawrence Witchel and Ted Goldsmith
Italian Militiaman
 
Guard
Brother Iranaeus
Italian Militiaman
 
Guard
Vittorio
Father Riccardo Fontana, S.J.
S.S. Lt. Kurt Gerstein
Papal Nuncio in Berlin
Guard
Jacobson
Prisoner
Little Girl
Woman
Captain Salzer
Sergeant Witzel
Count Fontana
Officer of the Pope's Guard
 
Scribe
Photographer
 
Officer of the Pope's Guard
Cardinal
Pope Pious XII
Father General
Understudies: Ion Berger (Father Riccardo Fontana, S.J.), Jock Livingston (Cardinal), Gerald E. McGonagill (Doctor, S.S. Lt. Kurt Gerstein), Guy Repp (Count Fontana) and David Thomas (Papal Nuncio in Berlin, Father General, Prisoner)

Brooks Atkinson Theatre (Feb 26, 1964 - Nov 28, 1964)

Cast

S.S. Lt. Kurt Gerstein
Father Riccardo Fontana, S.J.
May 24, 1964 - ?
Pope Pious XII
Aug 10, 1964 - ?
Understudies: Victor Arnold (Jacobson, Brother Iranaeus), Richard Bengal (Monk, Vittorio, Prisoner, Scribe), Bianca Flores (Little Girl), Paul Flores (Italian Militiaman, Photographer, Officer of the Pope's Guard), Roger Hamilton (Captain Salzer, Sergeant Witzel), Barbara Schneider (Girl, Woman) and David Thomas (Pope Pious XII)

Tony Award®

 

Best Director (Dramatic)

1964 Nominee
Directed by Herman Shumlin

Best Producer (Dramatic)

1964 Winner
Produced by Herman Shumlin
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