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The Elephant Man   

Booth Theatre, (4/19/1979 - 6/28/1981)
First Preview: Apr 12, 1979 Total Previews: 8
Opening Date: Apr 19, 1979    
Closing Date: Jun 28, 1981 Total Performances: 916

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Setting: Victorian London.
Comments: Production cost $350,000

Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President)
Produced by Richmond Crinkley, Elizabeth I. McCann and Nelle Nugent; Associate Producer: Ray Larsen and Ted Snowdon
Originally produced by The American National Theatre and Academy; Originally produced in London by Foco Novo Productions and The Hampstead Theatre; Originally produced in New York by ANTA at St. Peter's Church
Written by Bernard Pomerance; Incidental music by J. S. Bach, Sammartini, Camille Saint Saëns, Gabriel Fauré, Sir Edward Elgar and Heiss; Music arranged by David Heiss
Directed by Jack Hofsiss
Scenic Design by David Jenkins; Costume Design by Julie Weiss; Lighting Design by Beverly Emmons; Sound Consultant: Erskine-Shapiro, Theatre Technology, Inc.; Wig Design by Paul Huntley
Company Manager: Susan Gustafson
Production Supervisor: Brent Peek; Production Stage Manager: Pat DeRousie
General Press Representative: Solters / Roskin / Friedman, Inc.; Advertising: Serino, Coyne & Nappi; Casting Consultant: Johnson-Liff Associates; Graphics by Gilbert Lesser
Philip Anglim
John Merrick
Kevin Conway
Frederick Treves
Belgian Policeman
Carole Shelley
Mrs. Kendal
Richard Clarke
Carr Gomm
Dennis Creaghan
Cordis Heard
Miss Sandwich
Princess Alexandra
David Heiss
I. M. Hobson
Bishop Walsham How
John Neville-Andrews
Pinhead Manager
London Policeman
Lord John
Standby: Michael Goldschlager (Cellist) and Jack Wetherall (John Merrick)
Understudies: JoAnne Belanger (Countess, Miss Sandwich, Orderly, Pinhead, Princess Alexandra), Dennis Creaghan (Earl, London Policeman, Lord John, Pinhead Manager, Will), Cordis Heard (Mrs. Kendal) and John Neville-Andrews (Belgian Policeman, Frederick Treves)
Tony Award®
winner 1979 Best Play [winner]
Written by Bernard Pomerance; Produced by Richmond Crinkley, Elizabeth I. McCann and Nelle Nugent
1979 Best Actor in Play [nominee]
Philip Anglim
winner 1979 Best Actress in a Play [winner]
Carole Shelley
1979 Best Scenic Design [nominee]
David Jenkins
1979 Best Costume Design [nominee]
Julie Weiss
1979 Best Lighting Design [nominee]
Beverly Emmons
winner 1979 Best Direction of a Play [winner]
Jack Hofsiss
Drama Desk Award
winner 1979 Outstanding New Play [winner]
Produced by Richmond Crinkley, Elizabeth I. McCann and Nelle Nugent; Written by Bernard Pomerance
winner 1979 Outstanding Actor in a Play [winner]
Philip Anglim
1979 Outstanding Actress in a Play [nominee]
Carole Shelley
1979 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play [nominee]
I. M. Hobson
winner 1979 Outstanding Director of a Play [winner]
Directed by Jack Hofsiss
1979 Outstanding Costume Design [nominee]
Julie Weiss
1979 Outstanding Lighting Design [nominee]
Beverly Emmons
Theatre World
winner 1979 Award [recipient]
Philip Anglim