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The Rose Tattoo   

Martin Beck Theatre, (2/03/1951 - 10/27/1951)
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Opening Date: Feb 03, 1951    
Closing Date: Oct 27, 1951 Total Performances: 306

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Setting: A village populated mostly by Sicilians somewhere on the Gulf Coast between New Orleans and Mobile.
Comments: "...the streams are in their beds like the cries of women and this world has more beauty than a ram's skin painted red!" --T.S. Eliot's translation of ANABASIS

Production Staff
Produced by Cheryl Crawford
Written by Tennessee Williams; Incidental music by David Diamond
Staged by Daniel Mann
Scenic Design by Boris Aronson; Costume Design by Rose Bogdanoff; Lighting Design by Charles Elson
General Manager: John Yorke
Stage Manager: Ralph De Launey
Conductor and harpist: Nettie Druzinsky; Musician: Michael Danzi, Jack Linx and Frank Kutak
Production Associate: Bea Lawrence; Press Representative: Wolfe Kaufman
Maureen StapletonSerafina Delle Rose
Eli WallachAlvaro Mangiacavallo
Martin BalsamMan
Daisy BelmoreThe Strega
Robert CarricartFather De Leo
Andrew DugganDoctor
Nancy FranklinTeresa
Jane HoffmanFlora
Eddie HyansSalesman
Dorrit KeltonMiss Yorke
Phyllis LoveRosa Delle Rose
Augusta MerighiPeppina
Salvatore MineoSalvatore
Don MurrayJack Hunter
Vivian NathanVioletta
Judy RatnerVivi
Rossana San MarcoGiuseppina
Penny SantonMariella
Sonia SorelEstelle Hohengarten
David StewartMan
Florence SundstromBessie
Salvatore TaorminaBruno
Ludmilla ToretzkaAssunta
Theatre World
winner 1951 Award [recipient] 
  Maureen Stapleton
winner 1951 Award [recipient] 
  Eli Wallach
Tony Award®
winner 1951 Best Play [winner] 
 Written by Tennessee Williams ;  Produced by Cheryl Crawford
winner 1951 Best Featured Actor in a Play [winner] 
  Eli Wallach
winner 1951 Best Featured Actress in a Play [winner] 
  Maureen Stapleton
winner 1951 Best Scenic Design [winner] 
  Boris Aronson