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This production played in repertory with After The Fall, The Changeling, Incident at Vichy
ANTA Washington Square Theatre , (1/14/1965 - 5/22/1965)
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Opening Date:Jan 14, 1965   
Closing Date:May 22, 1965 Total Performances:74

Category: Play, Comedy, Farce, Original, Broadway
Setting: Middle of Winter, 1665. Orgon's Estate in France.

Production Staff
Theatre operated for ANTA by City Playhouses, Inc. (Louis A. Lotito, President)
Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Robert Whitehead and Elia Kazan); Executive Consultant: Harold Clurman
Written by Molière; Translated into English verse by Richard Wilbur; Incidental music by Lee Hoiby; Musical Director: David Amram
Directed by William Ball
Scenic Design by David Hays; Costume Design by Jane Greenwood; Lighting Design by John Gleason
Assistant Manager: James Walsh
Production Stage Manager: Frederic de Wilde, Robert Downing, Howard Fischer, Jake Hamilton, Jay Harnick and Don McGovern
Press Representative: Barry Hyams; Advertising: Lawrence Weiner and Associates
Daniel Ades Sergeant
Mariclare Costello Midwife
Joyce Ebert Mariane
Orgon's daughter, Elmire's stepdaughter
Larry Gates Orgon
Elmire's husband
James Greene Servant
Hal Holbrook M. Loyal
a bailiff
Graham Jarvis Clerk
Salome Jens Elmire
Orgon's wife
John Phillip Law King's Officer
Brad Leigh Child
Tony Lo Bianco Sergeant
Laurence Luckinbill Damis
Orgon's son, Elmire's stepson
Deidre Moore Child
Michael O'Sullivan Tartuffe
a hyprocrite
Alek Primrose Laurent
Tartuffe's servant
Patricia Roe Mme. Pernelle
Orgon's mother
Roy R. Scheider Clerk
Diane Shalet Flipote
Mme. Pernelle's maid
Paul Shenar Valère
in love with Mariane
Sada Thompson Dorine
Mariane's lady's-maid
Jack Waltzer Servant
Claude Woolman Cléante
Orgon's brother-in-law
Tony Award®
 1965 Best Costume Design [nominee]
Jane Greenwood
 1965 Best Direction of a Play [nominee]
William Ball
 1965 Best Producer of a Play [nominee]
Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Robert Whitehead and Elia Kazan)
Theatre World
nominee 1965 Award [recipient]
Michael O'Sullivan