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The Relapse   
Or, Virtue in Danger

 
Morosco Theatre , (11/22/1950 - 12/16/1950)
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Opening Date:Nov 22, 1950   
Closing Date:Dec 16, 1950 Total Performances:30

Category: Play, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: 1965. Shortly after the restoration of the monarchy following the puritan era.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by City Playhouses, Inc. (Louis A. Lotito, President)
Produced by The Theatre Guild (Theresa Helpburn and Lawrence Langner: Administrative Directors; Armina Marshall: Associate Director)
Originally produced by The Brattle Theatre Company
Written by Sir John Vanbrugh; Music by Leslie Bridgewater; Lyrics by Clifford Bax
Directed by Cyril Ritchard; Associate Director: Albert Marre; With acknowledgement to Anthony Quayle (Directed the London revival in 1948)
Scenic Design by Robert O'Hearn; Costume Design by Robert O'Hearn
Company Manager: Peter Davis
Production Stage Manager: Miles Morgan; General Stage Manager: Burry Frederick
Conducted by Thomas Philips; Orchestra Personnel Manager: Sol Gusikoff
Press Representative: Richard Maney and Frank Goodman
Cast
Madge Elliott Berinthia
Cousin to Amanda, a widow
Cyril Ritchard Lord Foppington
Newly-created Peer
John Emery Loveless
Husband to Amanda
Ruth Matteson Amanda
Wife to Loveless
Philippa Bevans Nurse
to Miss Hoyden
Thayer David Sir Tunbelly Clumsey
a Country Gentleman
Carl Don Shoemaker
for Lord Foppington
Jeremy
George Drew Mendlegs
a Hosier
Jan Farrand Miss Hoyden
a Great Fortune, Daughter to Sire Tunbelly
Robert Fletcher Young Fashion
Brother to Lord Foppington
Bryant Haliday Lory
Servant to Young Fashion
Jerry Kilty Coupler
a Matchmaker
Albert Marre La Varole
Valet to Lord Foppington
Murray Matheson Worthy
a Gentleman of the Town
Skedge Miller Foretop
Earl Montgomery Syringe
a Surgeon
Bull
Chaplain to Sir Tunbelly
Priscilla Morrill Abigail
Maid to Amanda
Kenneth Scott Page
Donald Stevens Taylor
to Lord Foppington
Sir John Friendly
Neighbor to Sire Tunbelly
Monford Trull Tugg
a waterman
Jeanne Tufts Mrs. Calicoe
a Seamstress