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King Henry VIII   


International Theatre, (11/06/1946 - 2/21/1947)
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Opening Date: Nov 06, 1946    
Closing Date: Feb 21, 1947 Total Performances: 40

Category: Play, History, Revival, Broadway
Setting: England. 1521 to 1533.

Production Staff
Produced by The American Repertory Theatre
Written by William Shakespeare; Incidental music by Lehman Engel; Musical Director: Lehman Engel
Staged by Margaret Webster; Choreographed by Felicia Sorel
Scenic Design by David Ffolkes; Costume Design by David Ffolkes
General Manager: John Yorke
Technical Director: Paul Morrison; Stage Manager: Thelma Chandler and Emery Battis; Assistant Stage Mgr: Donald Keyes and Cavada Humphrey
Orchestra Manager: Sol Gusikoff; Conducted by Max Marlin
General Press Director: Wolfe Kaufman; Press Representative: Mary Ward
Don AllenEnsemble
Emery BattisSir Thomas Lovell
John BecherLord Sands
John BehneyEnsemble
Philip BourneufThe Prologue
First Chronicler
Angus CairnsLord Chamberlain
Michel CorhanEnsemble
Will DavisEnsemble
June DuprezAnn Bullen
Marion EvensonPatience
Thomas GraceEnsemble
Raymond GreenleafDuke of Norfolk
Walter HampdenCardinal Wolsey
Bart HendersonEnsemble
Cavada HumphreyEnsemble
Frederic HunterEnsemble
Anne JacksonEnsemble
Victor JoryHenry VIII
Arthur KeeganSir Harry Guildford
Garter King of Arms
Donald KeyesSir Nicholas Vaux
Eva Le GallienneKatherine of Aragon
Robert LeserEnsemble
Gerald McCormackEnsemble
Mary Alice MooreDuchess of Norfolk
Ruth NealLady in Waiting to Katherine
Walter NealEnsemble
James RaffertyEnsemble
Robert RawlingsLord Abergavenny
A Messenger
John StraubCardinal Campeius
Eugene StuckmannSecond Chronicler
Theodore TenleyArchbishop of Canterbury
Eli WallachCromwell
Richard WaringDuke of Buckingham
Margaret WebsterAn Old Lady
William WindomSergeant of the Guard
Earl of Surrey
Ed WoodheadSurveyor
Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.Duke of Suffolk
Tony Award®
winner 1947 Best Scenic Design [winner] 
  David Ffolkes