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Martin Beck Theatre , (3/14/1944 - 3/10/1945)
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Opening Date:Mar 14, 1944   
Closing Date:Mar 10, 1945 Total Performances:417

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A comedy in three acts
Setting: Between Paris and the Atlantic Coast of France. June 13th to June 18th, 1940.


Production Staff
Theatre Operated by the Martin Beck Theatre Corporation
Produced by The Theatre Guild (Theresa Helburn, Lawrence Langner: Administrative Directors); Produced in association with Jack H. Skirball
Written by S. N. Behrman; Based on an original play by Franz Werfel; Incidental music by Paul Bowles
Staged by Elia Kazan
Production Design by Stewart Chaney; Lighting Consultant: Hans Sondheimer; Assistant to Mr. Chaney: Edward Gilbert
Company Manager: Max Allentuck
General Stage Manager: Coby Ruskin; Assistant Stage Mgr: Bettina Cerf
General Press Representative: Alfred H. Tamarin; Press Representative: Lorella Val-Mery; Costumes Supervised by Emeline Roche
Cast
Annabella
Broadway debut
Marianne
Louis Calhern Colonel Tadeusz Boleslav Stjerbinsky
Oscar Karlweis S. L. Jacobowsky
Harold Vermilyea Gestapo Official
J. Edward Bromberg Szabuniewicz
Donald Cameron Monsieur Serouille
Senator Brisson
Philip Collier Air Raid Warden
Philip Coolidge The Dice Player
Harry Davis Soloman
Papa Clarion
Louise Dowdney A Young Girl
Joseph Kallini Street Singer
Peter Kass Szycke
Edward Kreisler Sergeant De Ville
Second French Soldier
Don Lee Wilhelm
First German Soldier
Jules Leni Child
Jane Marbury Old Lady from Arras
E. G. Marshall Brigadier
Kitty Mattern Cosette
Bob Merritt Max
Second German Soldier
Frank Overton First Lieutenant
Coby Ruskin A Chauffeur
William Sanders The Commissaire
Burton Tripp Gendarme
First French Soldier
Hilda Vaughn Madame Bouffier
Harrison Winter Sleeping Shopkeeper
Herbert Yost The Tragic Gentleman