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Witness for the Prosecution   

Henry Miller's Theatre, (12/16/1954 - 6/30/1956)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Dec 16, 1954    
Closing Date: Jun 30, 1956 Total Performances: 645

Category: Play, Drama, Mystery, Original, Broadway
Setting: The Chambers of Sir Wilfrid Robarts, Q.C., in London; The Central Criminal Court (The Old Bailey) in London. Present time.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Gilbert Miller
Produced by Gilbert Miller and Peter Saunders
Written by Agatha Christie
Directed by Robert Lewis
Production Design by Raymond Sovey; Costume Design by Kathryn B. Miller
General Manager: George Banyai; Company Manager: Samuel H. Schwartz
Production Stage Manager: John Effrat; Assistant Stage Mgr: Eugene Stuckmann
Assistant to the Director: Judd Mathison; Production Assistant: Betsy Holland; Press Representative: Richard Maney, Frank Goodman and Peggy Phillips
Cast
Mary Barclay
Greta
Jack Bittner
Foreman of the Jury
Horace Braham
Mr. Justice Wainwright
Ernest Clark
Mr. Myers, Q.C.
R. Cobden-Smith
Alderman
Brace Conning
Barrister
Robin Craven
Mr. Mayhew
Ronald Dawson
Clerk of the Court
Andrew George
Second Juror
Ruth Greene
Barrister
Bryan Herbert
Policeman
Claude Horton
Inspector Hearne
Patricia Jessel
Romaine
Sam Kramer
Barrister
Ralph Leonard
Plain Clothes Detective
Gene Lyons
Leonard Vole
Michael McAloney
Mr. Clegg
Franklyn Monroe
Barrister
Henry Craig Nelso
Barrister
Gordon Nelson
Carter
Una O'Connor
Janet Mackenzie
Arthur Oshlag
Court Usher
Dolores Rashid
Third Juror
Albert Richards
Barrister
Ralph Roberts
Warder
Guy Spaull
Dr. Wyatt
Dawn Steinkamp
The Other Woman
Francis L. Sullivan
Sir Wilfrid Robarts, Q.C.
W.H. Thomas
Court Stenogapher
Harold Webster
Judge's Clerk
Tony Award®
winner 1955 Best Featured Actor in a Play [winner]
Francis L. Sullivan
winner 1955 Best Featured Actress in a Play [winner]
Patricia Jessel