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Nureyev   

 
Uris Theatre , (3/01/1977 - 3/20/1977)
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Opening Date:Mar 01, 1977   
Closing Date:Mar 20, 1977 Total Performances:

Category: Special, Ballet, Dance, Original, Broadway


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by James M. Nederlander, Joseph Nederlander and Gerard Oestreicher
Produced by James M. Nederlander and S. A. Gorlinsky
Music by Arnold Schoenberg (Act I - "Pierrot Lunaire"), Gustav Mahler (Act II - Songs of a Wayfarer) and George Delerue (Act III - "The Lesson")
Choreographed by Glen Tetley (Act I - "Pierrot Lunaire"), Maurice Béjart (Act II - Songs of a Wayfarer) and Flemming Flindt (Act III - "The Lesson")
Set Decoration Supervised by Rouben Ter-Arutunian; Costumes Supervised by Rouben Ter-Arutunian; Lighting Under the Supervision of John B. Read; Set Decoration by Bernard Dayde (Act III - "The Lesson"); Costume Design by Bernard Dayde (Act III - "The Lesson")
Executive Producer: Lillian Libman; Company Manager: Jerry Livengood; Special Project Manager: Lee Walter
Production Manager: TAG Foundation, Ltd.
Conducted by Stanley Sussman; Music Contractor: Mitchell Jellen; Piano: Robert Kaufman; Cello: George Koutzen; Violin: Nadia Koutzen; Viola: Judy Geist; Flute: Sandra Miller; Clarinet: William Tanner; Bass Clarinet: Harold Themmen
Press Representative: Sheila Porter; Poster Design by Karl Leabo; Photographer: Mira; Advertising: Norman Weiner and Lawrence Weiner and Associates
Cast
Rudolf Nureyev
Act I - "Pierrot Lunaire"
Pierrot

Act II - Songs of a Wayfarer
Dancer

Act III - "The Lesson"
The Teacher
Bethany Beardslee
Act I - "Pierrot Lunaire"
Soprano
Johnny Eliasen
Act I - "Pierrot Lunaire"
Brighella

Act II - Songs of a Wayfarer
Dancer
Vivi Flindt
Act I - "Pierrot Lunaire"
Columbine

Act III - "The Lesson"
The Pianist
William Metcalf
Act II - Songs of a Wayfarer
Baritone
Anne Marie Vessel
Act III - "The Lesson"
The Pupil
Standbys: Charthel Arthur (Dancer), Diana Cartier Taylor (Dancer) and Gary Chryst (Dancer)