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Murderous Angels   

Playhouse Theatre, (12/20/1971 - 1/09/1972)
First Preview: Dec 11, 1971 Total Previews: 9
Opening Date: Dec 20, 1971    
Closing Date: Jan 09, 1972 Total Performances: 24

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: June 30, 1960 through September 17, 1961. New York, Brusels, London, the Province of Katang and the Republic of the Congo.

Production Staff
Produced by The Phoenix Theatre (T. Edward Hambleton: Co-Founder and Managing Director; Norris Houghton: Co-Founder); Produced by arrangement with Elliot Martin and George W. George
Written by Conor Cruise O'Brien
Directed by Gordon Davidson
Scenic Design by Peter Wexler; Costume Design by Frank Thompson; Lighting Design by Gilbert V. Hemsley, Jr.; Sound Design by Pia Gilbert
Production Stage Manager: Daniel Freudenberger; Stage Manager: James S. Lucas Jr. and David Barber
Film sequences: Sterling Johnson, Group One Productions and Jack Coddington
Press Representative: Sol Jacobson, Lewis Harmon and Ruth D. Smuckler
Humbert Allen Astredo
Mr. Calvin
Jean-Pierre Aumont
Dag Hammarskjold
John Baragrey
Ambassador of United States
Tyrone Brown
One of the U.N. Soldiers, Congolese Men and Women
John Clarkson
White Settler
British Consul
Barbara Colby
Mme. Rose Rose
Richard Easton
James Bonham
Neil Fitzgerald
Viscount Tamworth
Stephen Goff
One of the U.N. Soldiers, Congolese Men and Women
Louis Gossett
Patrice Lumumba
Gilbert Green
Rajat Asdal
Ben Hammer
Ambassador of Soviet Union
Leonard Jackson
Moise Tshombe
Herbert Jefferson Jr.
Diallo Dop
Jack Landron
U.N. Sergeant
William Larsen
Monsignor Polycarpe
Sharon Laughlin
U.N. Attendant
Joseph Mascolo
Col. Alcibiade Zbyre
Gerry Murphy
One of the U.N. Soldiers, Congolese Men and Women
Les Roberts
Father Boniface
Mabel Robinson
Congolese Woman
Donald Symington
Mr. Ainsworth
Richard Venture
Baron d'Auge
Ula Walker
Congolese Singer
Mme. Pauline Lumumba
Lynda Westcott
One of the U.N. Soldiers, Congolese Men and Women
Elwoodson Williams
One of the U.N. Soldiers, Congolese Men and Women
Stephen Zulick
One of the U.N. Soldiers, Congolese Men and Women
Standby: Humbert Allen Astredo (Dag Hammarskjold) and J. A. Preston (Patrice Lumumba, Rajat Asdal)
Understudies: John Clarkson (James Bonham), Gilbert Green (Monsignor Polycarpe, Mr. Calvin), Jack Landron (Diallo Dop, Father Boniface) and Sharon Laughlin (Mme. Rose Rose)