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Criterion Center Stage Right , (2/02/1995 - 3/26/1995)
First Preview:Jan 11, 1995 Total Previews:26
Opening Date:Feb 02, 1995   
Closing Date:Mar 26, 1995 Total Performances:61

Category: Play, Farce, Revival, Broadway
Setting: The School for Husbands, Paris, 17th Century.


The School for Husbands

Category: Play, Farce, Revival, Broadway
Setting: The School for Husbands, Paris, 17th Century.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by B. S. Moss Enterprises (Charles B. Moss, Jr., Executive Director)
Produced by The Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes: Artistic Director; Gene Feist: Founding Director)
Written by Molière; Translated by Richard Wilbur
Directed by Michael Langham
Scenic Design by Douglas Stein; Costume Design by Ann Hould-Ward; Lighting Design by Richard Nelson; Sound Design by Douglas J. Cuomo and One Dream Sound; Hair Design by David H. Lawrence
Roundabout General Manager: Ellen Richard; Company Manager: Denys Baker
Production Stage Manager: Lori M. Doyle; Production Supervisor: Jay Adler; Stage Manager: Jana Llynn
Casting: Pat McCorkle; Roundabout Director of Planning and Development: Julia C. Levy; Roundabout Director of Marketing: David B. Steffen; Roundabout Artistic Associate: Jim Carnahan; General Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Dialect Coach: Robert Neff Williams; Advertising: Nappi / Eliran Advertising, Ltd.
Cast
Brian Bedford Sganarelle
brother to Ariste and guardian to Isabelle
David Aaron Baker Ergaste
valet to Valère
Suzanne Bertish Lisette
maid to Léonor
Patricia Dunnock Isabelle
Léonor's sister and Sganarelle's ward
Cheryl Gaysunas Léonor
Isabelle's sister and Ariste's ward
Malcolm Gets Valère
Isabelle's lover
Denis Holmes Notary
Remak Ramsay Ariste
guardian to Léonor
Reg Rogers Magistrate
Jeff Stafford Attendant
Understudies: April Black (Lisette), Denis Holmes (Ariste), Elizabeth Rainer (Isabelle, Léonor), Reg Rogers (Sganarelle), Nick Sullivan (Ergaste, Magistrate) and Daniel Travis (Attendant, Notary, Valère)

The Imaginary Cuckold

Category: Play, Farce, Revival, Broadway
Setting: A small French town, 17th Century.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by B. S. Moss Enterprises (Charles B. Moss, Jr., Executive Director)
Produced by The Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes: Artistic Director; Gene Feist: Founding Director)
Written by Molière; Translated by Richard Wilbur
Directed by Michael Langham
Scenic Design by Douglas Stein; Costume Design by Ann Hould-Ward; Lighting Design by Richard Nelson; Sound Design by Douglas J. Cuomo and One Dream Sound; Hair Design by David H. Lawrence
Roundabout General Manager: Ellen Richard; Company Manager: Denys Baker
Production Stage Manager: Lori M. Doyle; Production Supervisor: Jay Adler; Stage Manager: Jana Llynn
Casting: Pat McCorkle; Roundabout Director of Planning and Development: Julia C. Levy; Roundabout Director of Marketing: David B. Steffen; Roundabout Artistic Associate: Jim Carnahan; General Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Dialect Coach: Robert Neff Williams; Advertising: Nappi / Eliran Advertising, Ltd.
Cast
Brian Bedford Sganerelle
David Aaron Baker Lélie
in love with Célie
Suzanne Bertish Sganerelle's Wife
Patricia Dunnock Célie's maid
Cheryl Gaysunas Célie
Gorgibus' daughter, in love with Lélie
Malcolm Gets Mme. Sgaranelle's brother
Denis Holmes Villebriquin
Remak Ramsay Gorgibus
Reg Rogers Gros-René
Lélie's servant
Jeff Stafford Servant
Understudies: April Black (Sganerelle's Wife), Denis Holmes (Gorgibus), Elizabeth Rainer (Célie, Célie's maid), Reg Rogers (Sganerelle), Jeff Stafford (Lélie), Nick Sullivan (Gros-René, Mme. Sgaranelle's brother, Villebriquin) and Daniel Travis (Servant)
Tony Award®
 1995 Best Revival of a Play [nominee]
Produced by The Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes: Artistic Director; Gene Feist: Founding Director)
 1995 Best Actor in Play [nominee]
Brian Bedford
 1995 Best Featured Actress in a Play [nominee]
Suzanne Bertish
Drama Desk Award
 1995 Outstanding Revival/Reinterpretation [nominee]
Produced by The Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes: Artistic Director; Gene Feist: Founding Director)