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The Duchess of Malfi   

Phoenix Theatre, (3/19/1957 - 4/07/1957)
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Opening Date: Mar 19, 1957    
Closing Date: Apr 07, 1957 Total Performances: 24

Category: Play, Tragedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in two acts
Setting: The action takes place in Italy, early in the sixteenth century at Malfi, Rome, Ancona and elsewhere.


Production Staff
Produced by The Phoenix Theatre (T. Edward Hambleton: Co-Founder and Managing Director; Norris Houghton: Co-Founder); Produced in association with John Houseman
Written by John Webster; Music by Lee Hoiby
Directed by Jack Landau
Scenic Design by Jack Landau; Festival stage by: Rouben Ter-Arutunian; Costume Design by Saul Bolasni; Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal; Production Design by Jean Rosenthal
General Manager: Carl Fisher; Company Manager: Nat Parnes
Production Stage Manager: Robert Woods; Stage Manager: Ronald Bates
Songs and Litany performed by Russell Oberlin
Publicity director: Ben Kornzweig; Press Representative: Robert Ganshaw and James Kamins
Cast
Mitchell Agruss
Footman
Jacqueline Brookes
Giovanna
Duchess of Malfi, sister of Ferdinand and the Cardinal
Jack Cannon
Guest, Servant, Officer
William Cottrell
Grisolan
Richard Easton
Delio
Antonio's friend
Louis Edmonds
Roderigo
Jan Farrand
Julia
wife of Castruchio
Hurd Hatfield
The Cardinal
Ferdinand's brother
Patrick Hines
Pescara
Anthony Holland
Guest, Servant, Officer
Earle Hyman
Antonio Bologna
Steward of the household of the Duchess
Barbara Lord
Guest, Servant, Officer
Charles Macaulay
Silvio
Priscilla Morrill
Cariola
First Lady-in-Waiting to the Duchess
Dorothy Patten
Old Lady
Ellis Rabb
Doctor
John Ragin
Guest, Servant, Officer
Pernell Roberts
Daniel de Bosola
Gentleman of the Horse to the Duchess
Justice Watson
Castruccio
Joseph Wiseman
Ferdinand
Duke of Calabria