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Ambassador Theatre , (9/27/1974 - 3/02/1975)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Sep 27, 1974   
Closing Date:Mar 02, 1975 Total Performances:176

Category: Play, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Setting: Naples
This production is a return engagement of Scapino (5/18/1974 - 8/31/1974)

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Executive Directors: Irving Goldman, Bernard B. Jacobs, Gerald Schoenfeld)
Produced by Eugene V. Wolsk and Emanuel Azenberg
Originally produced by The Young Vic (Frank Dunlop: Director)
Adapted from the 1671 Commedia dell'Arte play "Les Fourberies de Scapin" by Molière; Book adapted by Frank Dunlop and Jim Dale; Music by Jim Dale
Directed by Frank Dunlop
Scenic Design by Carl Toms; Costume Design by Carl Toms; Lighting Design by Tharon Musser; Assistant to Ms. Musser: Richard Winkler
General Manager: Jose Véga; Assistant Gen. Mgr: John Mason Kirby
Production Stage Manager: Lawrence Spiegel; Stage Manager: Lani Sundsten and Norman Abrams
General Press Representative: Merle Debuskey; Press Representative: Susan L. Schulman; Casting: Howard Feuer; Advertising: The Blaine Thompson Company and Michael DeLuise; Photographer: Martha Swope
Jim Dale Scapino
servant of Geronte
Gavin Reed Sylvestro
servant of Argante, friend to Scapino
Ian Trigger Argante
Norman Abrams
Broadway debut
George Connolly Waiter
Connie Forslund Giacinta
Christopher Hastings Ottavio
son of Argante
John Horn Carlo
Phil Killian Leandro
son of Geronte
J. Frank Lucas Geronte
Barry Michlin
Broadway debut
Bertha Sklar Nurse
Holly Villaire Waitress
Hattie Winston Zerbinetta
a gypsy, beloved of Leandro
Standby: Arnold Soboloff (Argante, Geronte)
Understudies: George Connolly (Carlo, Headwaiter, Sylvestro), Tom Fitzsimmons (Leandro, Ottavio) and John Horn (Scapino)