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The Loves of Anatol   

Circle in the Square Theatre, (3/06/1985 - 4/14/1985)
First Preview: Feb 20, 1985 Total Previews: 15
Opening Date: Mar 06, 1985    
Closing Date: Apr 14, 1985 Total Performances: 46

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: Max's Study in Vienna. Winter. And in Anatol's memory. Then twenty years later: The terrace of an inn some distance from Vienna. Fall. Before and after the turn on the century.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Circle in the Square (under the direction of Theodore Mann and Paul Libin)
Produced by Circle in the Square (Theodore Mann: Artistic Director; Paul Libin: Managing Director)
Written by Arthur Schnitzler; Book adapted by Ellis Rabb and Nicholas Martin; Improvisation on Solo Piano: John Bayless; Music Design: Catherine MacDonald
Directed by Ellis Rabb; Musical Staging by Donald Saddler
Scenic Design by Lawrence Miller; Costume Design by Robert Morgan; Lighting Design by Richard Winkler; Hair Design by Paul Huntley
Company Manager: William Conn
Production Stage Manager: Michael F. Ritchie; Stage Manager: Ted William Sowa
Circle in the Square Senior Press Agent: Merle Debuskey; Circle in the Square Press Representative: William Schelble; Circle in the Square Director of Development: Dorothy C. Haase; Circle in the Square Director of Marketing: Ann E. Conable; Casting: Hughes / Moss Casting; Advertising: The Golden Group; Miss Learned's furs by The Christie Brothers
Cast
Philip Bosco
Max
Stephen Collins
Anatol
Michael Learned
Gabrielle
Ilona
Valerie Mahaffey
Annie
Annette
Mary-Joan Negro
Cora
Emilie
Pamela Sousa
Bianca
The Lady in Black
dancer
Patricia Brooks
Solo Vocalist
Kurt Johnson
Baron Diebl
Gentleman
Reed Jones
Franz
The Young Gentleman
dancer
Daniel Southern
Flieder
Gentleman
Louis Turenne
Johann
the Maitre D'
Gentleman
Understudies: Cora-Leah Doyle (Annette, Annie), Mark Fotopoulos (Baron Diebl, Flieder, Franz, Johann), Kurt Johnson (Anatol), Wendy Radford (Bianca, Emilie, Gabrielle, Ilona) and Louis Turenne (Max)
Drama Desk Award
1985 Outstanding Costume Design [nominee]
Robert Morgan
   
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