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Romeo and Juliet   

 
Broadhurst Theatre , (3/10/1951 - 4/21/1951)
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Opening Date:Mar 10, 1951   
Closing Date:Apr 21, 1951 Total Performances:49

Category: Play, Tragedy, Revival, Broadway
Setting: Verona, Mantua, Italy.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Affiliated Theatre Building Co., Inc.
Produced by Dwight Deere Wiman
Written by William Shakespeare; Incidental music by David Diamond; Musical Director: Robert Stanley
Directed by Peter Glenville
Scenic Design by Oliver Messel; Costume Design by Oliver Messel; Hair styling and coiffures by Ronald De Mann; Assistant to Mr. Messel: Charles Lisanby
Business Manager for Dwight Deere Wiman: Forrest C. Haring and J.H. Del Bondio
Production Stage Manager: John E. Sola; Stage Manager: Arthur Marlowe and Edmund Bayliss
Orchestra Personnel Manager: Sol Gusikoff
Fencing choreographies by Edward F. Lucia; Assistant to the Director: Hardy William Smith; Press Representative: Willard Keefe and David Tebet
For his assistance in arranging the pavana, the management gratefully acknowledges George Balanchine
Cast
Olivia de Havilland
Broadway debut
Juliet
daughter to Capulet
Isobel Elsom Lady Capulet
wife to Capulet
Jack Hawkins Mercutio
kinsman to the prince and friend to Romeo
James Hayter Friar Laurence
a Franciscan
Malcolm Keen Capulet
Evelyn Varden Nurse to Juliet
Douglas Watson Romeo
son of Montague
Dario Barri Chorus
Fran Benton Chorus
Rudy Bond Gregory
servant to Capulet
Robert Burr Chorus
Robert Duke Paris
a young nobleman, kinsman to the prince
Marshall Flaum Chorus
Jack Fletcher Peter
servant to Juliet's nurse
Alan Furlan Watchman
Chorus
Paul Genge Apothecary
Russell Gold Chorus
James Greene
Broadway debut
Chorus
Carl Harbord Friar John
a Franciscan
Michael Higgins Benvolio
nephew to Montague and friend to Romeo
Page Johnson Page to Paris
Buck Kartalian Sampson
servant to Capulet
Karl Light Balthasar
servant to Romeo
John McKee An Old Man
of the Capulet family
Gregory Morton Escalus
prince of Verona
Felice Orlandi Chorus
Dorothy Patten Lady Montague
wife to Montague
John Perkins Abraham
servant to Montague
Gerald Price Chorus
Jo Rabb Chorus
Evangeline Raleigh Chorus
John Rallo Chorus
Herbert Ranson Montague
Patricia Roe Chorus
William Smithers
Broadway debut
Tybalt
nephew to Lady Capulet
Susan Svetlik Chorus
Fred Vogel Chorus
Theatre World
nominee 1951 Award [recipient]
William Smithers