MusicalOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
May 01, 1947
Closing Date
Nov 01, 1947
Performances
212
MusicalOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

This production was composed of the following shows: The Telephone, The Medium

Theatres
Ethel Barrymore Theatre
(May 01, 1947 - Nov 01, 1947)

The Telephone

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
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Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by Chandler Cowles and Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.; Produced in association with Edith Lutyens
Book by Gian-Carlo Menotti; Lyrics by Gian-Carlo Menotti; Music by Gian-Carlo Menotti; Musical Director: Emanuel Balaban
Staged by Gian-Carlo Menotti
Scenic Design by Horace Armistead; Costume Design by Horace Armistead; Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal; Make-Up Design by Michael Arshansky
General Manager: Phil Adler; Company Manager: Joseph M. Grossman
Technical Supervisor: Jean Rosenthal; Stage Manager: Serge Sokoloff
Conducted by Jascha Zayde; Music Contractor: Hugo Fiorato
Press Representative: Dorothy Ross

The Medium

Category: Musical, Tragedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: Madame Flora's parlor. The Present.
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Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by Chandler Cowles and Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.; Produced in association with Edith Lutyens
Book by Gian-Carlo Menotti; Music by Gian-Carlo Menotti; Lyrics by Gian-Carlo Menotti; Musical Director: Emanuel Balaban
Staged by Gian-Carlo Menotti
Make-Up Design by Michael Arshansky; Scenic Design by Horace Armistead; Costume Design by Horace Armistead; Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal
General Manager: Phil Adler; Company Manager: Joseph M. Grossman
Technical Supervisor: Jean Rosenthal; Stage Manager: Serge Sokoloff
Conducted by Jascha Zayde; Music Contractor: Hugo Fiorato
Press Representative: Dorothy Ross
Mrs. Nolan
Toby
a mute
Mrs. Gobineau
Madame Flora
Baba
Alternate
Monica
Madame Flora
Baba
Mr. Gobineau

Ethel Barrymore Theatre (May 01, 1947 - Nov 01, 1947)

Cast

Mrs. Nolan
Where, oh Where
Behold the King of Babylon
Where Have You Been All Night?
We Had a House in France
Mother, Mother
Are You There?
Doodly, Doodly
Are You Happy?
Mummy, Mummy Dear
You Must Not Cry for Me
But Why Be Afraid?
I Know Now!
The Sun Has Fallen
Up in the Sky
Monica, Monica
Toby
Good Evening, Madame Flora
Could That Be?
Please Let Us Have Our Seance, Madame Flora
You Cannot Send Him Away
Am I Afraid?
Oh, Black Swan

Tony Award®

Best Scenic Design

1948 Winner
Scenic Design by Horace Armistead
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