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The Philadelphia Story   

Vivian Beaumont Theatre, (11/14/1980 - 1/04/1981)
First Preview: Nov 05, 1980 Total Previews: 4
Opening Date: Nov 14, 1980    
Closing Date: Jan 04, 1981 Total Performances: 60

Category: Play, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Setting: The summer room and garden of the Lord's home in the country outside of Philadelphia during a period of 24 hours in the late 1930s.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Lincoln Center Theater Company (Produced by Richmond Crinkley)
Produced by Lincoln Center Theater Company (Produced by Richmond Crinkley)
Written by Philip Barry; Incidental music by Claibe Richardson; Incidental music played by The Roslyn Artists String Quartet
Directed by Ellis Rabb
Scenic Design by John Conklin; Costume Design by Nancy Potts; Lighting Design by John Gleason; Sound Design by Richard Fitzgerald
Executive Producer: McCann & Nugent Productions, Inc.; Company Manager: Mario De Maria
Production Supervisor: Helaine Head; Stage Manager: Peter Glazer
Press Representative: Hunt / Pucci Associates; Production Coordinator: Linda Strohmier; Casting: Johnson-Liff Associates; Advertising: Serino, Coyne & Nappi; Poster Design by Gilbert Lesser
Frank Converse
C. K. Dexter Haven
Blythe Danner
Tracy Samatha Lord
Edward Herrmann
Macaulay Connor
Kim Beaty
Robert Burr
Richard Council
George Kittredge
George Ede
William Tracy
Uncle Willy
Edward Fabry
Michael Gross
Alexander Lord
Meg Mundy
Margaret Lord
Cynthia Nixon
Broadway debut
Dinah Lord
Anne Sargent
Count Stovall
Douglass Watson
Seth Lord
Mary Louise Wilson
Elizabeth Imbrie
Standby: Kim Beaty (Tracy Samatha Lord), Robert Burr (Seth Lord, William Tracy) and J. Kenneth Campbell (C. K. Dexter Haven, George Kittredge, Macaulay Connor)
Understudies: Kim Beaty (Elizabeth Imbrie), Tiffany Bogart (Dinah Lord, Elsie, May), Edward Fabry (Alexander Lord, Thomas), Anne Sargent (Margaret Lord) and Count Stovall (Edward, Thomas)
Theatre World
winner 1981 Award [recipient]
Cynthia Nixon