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The Lincoln Mask   

Plymouth Theatre, (10/30/1972 - 11/04/1972)
First Preview: Oct 20, 1972 Total Previews: 19
Opening Date: Oct 30, 1972    
Closing Date: Nov 04, 1972 Total Performances: 8

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: Various locations in Springfield, Illinois and Washington, DC; 1840 - 1865

Production Staff
Produced by Albert W. Selden and Jerome Minskoff
Written by V. J. Longhi; Incidental music by Ezra Laderman
Directed by Gene Frankel; Assistant Director (for the "Our American Cousin" sequences): Patricia Cope
Scenic Design by Kert F. Lundell; Costume Design by Patricia Quinn Stuart; Lighting Design by Thomas Skelton; Audio: Jack Shearing
Production Stage Manager: Frank Hamilton; Stage Manager: Al Leberfeld
General Press Representative: Gifford / Wallace, Inc.
Thomas Barbour
Ninian Edwards
Jean Bruno
"Our American Cousin" cast member
Mrs. Shields
W.B. Brydon
Stephen A. Douglas
Patricia Cope
Mary Meredith
"Our American Cousin" cast member
Ronnie Clair Edwards
"Our American Cousin" cast member
Fred Gwynne
Abraham Lincoln
Albert Henderson
Earl Hindman
Asa Trenchard
"Our American Cousin" cast member
Tanny McDonald
Elizabeth Edwards
Alek Primrose
Lord Dundreary
"Our American Cousin" cast member
Dr. Henry
Tom Rosqui
William Herndon
Eva Marie Saint
Mary Todd
Ray Stewart
Lincoln at Ford's Theater
Eric Tavaris
"Our American Cousin" cast member
Joseph Warren
Sir Edward
"Our American Cousin" cast member
Edwin M. Stanton
Understudies: Ronnie Clair Edwards (Mary Todd), Al Leberfeld (Lord Dundreary, Sir Edward, Stephen A. Douglas), Tanny McDonald (Florence, Georgina, Mary Meredith, Mrs. Shields), William Charles Reilly (Jenkins, Shields, Stewart, Vernon, William Herndon) and Ray Stewart (Abraham Lincoln, Asa Trenchard, Ninian Edwards)