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The White House   

Henry Miller's Theatre, (5/19/1964 - 6/06/1964)
First Preview: May 18, 1964 Total Previews: 1
Opening Date: May 19, 1964    
Closing Date: Jun 06, 1964 Total Performances: 23

Category: Play, Play with music, Original, Broadway
Setting: In, out and around the White House before, during and after the occupancy of the men and the women who lived at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Comments: The events depicted...relevant and irrelevant, reverent and irreverent...are based upon letters, diaries, and documents written by the Presidents and their Ladies, or about them by their contemporaries.

Production Staff
Henry Miller's Theatre General Manager: George Banyai
Produced by Gilbert Miller, Helen Bonfils and Morton Gottlieb
Written by A. E. Hotchner; Music composed and selected by Lee Hoiby; Original lyrics by A. E. Hotchner
Directed by Henry Kaplan
Scenic Design by Ed Wittstein; Costume Design by Ed Wittstein; Lighting Design by Jules Fisher
General Manager: George Banyai; Company Manager: Richard Seader; Assistant Co. Mgr: Ronald Lee
Production Stage Manager: Warren Crane; Stage Manager: Robert Crawley
General Press Representative: Dorothy Ross; Assistant to the Director: Nelle Nugent; Press Assistant: Richard O'Brien; Advertising: Ingram Ash
James Daly
George Washington
James Monroe
Martin Van Buren
William Henry Harrison
James Buchanan
Andrew Johnson
Grover Cleveland
Theodore Roosevelt
Helen Hayes
Abigail Adams
Dolley Madison
Rachel Jackson
Mrs. Franklin Pierce
Leonora Clayton
Mary Todd Lincoln
Julia Grant
Mrs. James G. Blaine
Mrs. Grover Cleveland
Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt
Edith Wilson
Mrs. Benjamin Harrison
Fritz Weaver
Thomas Jefferson
Andrew Jackson
Millard Fillmore
Franklin Pierce
Abraham Lincoln
Mark Twain
Captain Sigsbee
Woodrow Wilson
Eric Berry
John Adams
James K. Polk
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Alexander Graham Bell
Chester A. Arthur
William McKinley
George Bernard Shaw
Sorrell Booke
Daniel Webster
Reverend Fuller
Stephen A. Douglas
Ulysses S. Grant
Dr. W. W. Keen
John Hay
A Senator
Gene Wilder
John Quincy Adams
John Van Buren
John Tyler
Robert Lincoln
Rutherford B. Hayes
Nancy Franklin
White House Maid
Martha Jefferson
Second Fitter
Miss Thorndyke
Bette Henritze
First Fitter
Priscilla Tyler
Mary Ames
Lucy Webb Hayes
Mrs. McBurke
Michael O'Sullivan
Washington Irving
The Drover
Henry Clay
Prosecuting Attorney
Charles Guiteau
A Senator
Eugene Roche
White House Butler
French John
Zachary Taylor
Dr. Grayson