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The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade   

Majestic Theatre, (1/03/1967 - 2/25/1967)
First Preview: Dec 27, 1966 Total Previews: 8
Opening Date: Jan 03, 1967    
Closing Date: Feb 25, 1967 Total Performances: 55

Category: Play, Revival, Broadway


Production Staff
Produced by Zev Bufman
Written by Peter Weiss; Incidental music by Richard Peaslee
Directed by Donald Driver
Scenic Design by Edward Burbridge; Costume Design by Lewis Brown; Lighting Design by Martin Aronstein
Stage Manager: Robert Keegan; Assistant Stage Mgr: Louise Clay
Guitar: Bernie Moore; Flute-piccolo: Roberta Russell; Percussion: Patrick Harrison; Trumpet: Frank Emerson
Press Representative: Seymour Krawitz and Stan Brody
Cast
Jered Barclay
Deuperret
Fayne Blackburn
Patient
Peter Blaxill
Father
Imogene Bliss
Patient
Verna Bloom
Charlotte Corday
Beatrice Brooks
Patient
James Cahill
Schoolmaster
Barbara Cason
Mrs. Coulmier
Madlyn Cates
Patient
Fay Chaiken
Mother
Louise Clay
Patient
Leonard Drum
Cucurucu
Stephen Elliott
Mr. Coulmier
Shellie Feldman
Simonne Evrard
Igors Gavon
Polooch
Robert Keegan
Guard
Samuel N. Kirkham
Guard
Zola Long
Patient
Allan Louw
Lavoisier
Christine Norden
Rossignol
Dennis Patrick
Jean-Paul Marat
William Roerick
Marquis de Sade
Helen Ross
Patient
Gerard Russak
Kokol
Carol Teitel
Patient
John Toland
Nun
John Tormey
Voltaire
Edmond Varrato
Nun
Abe Vigoda
Mad animal
Douglas Watson
Herald
Geri Wolcott
Patient
Standby: Carol Teitel (Charlotte Corday, Simonne Evrard)
Understudies: Peter Blaxill (Herald), James Cahill (Deuperret), Robert Fields (Jean-Paul Marat), Allan Louw (Mr. Coulmier), John Tormey (Jacques Roux) and Edmond Varrato (Cucurucu, Kokol, Polooch)
Tony Award®
1967 Best Featured Actor in a Play [nominee]
Stephen Elliott
1967 Best Direction of a Play [nominee]
Donald Driver
   
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