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Stalag 17   

48th Street Theatre, (5/08/1951 - 6/21/1952)
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Opening Date: May 08, 1951    
Closing Date: Jun 21, 1952 Total Performances: 472

Category: Play, Comedy, Melodrama, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: A barrack of Stalag 17 somewhere in Germany, during World War II; December 1944

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by William A. Brady
Produced by José Ferrer; Associate Producer: Richard Condon
Written by Donald Bevan and Edmund Trzcinski
Directed by José Ferrer
Scenic Design by John Robert Lloyd; Lighting Design by John Robert Lloyd; Costume Design by Noel Taylor
General Manager: Milton Baron; Company Manager: J. R. Williams
Production Stage Manager: Buford Armitage; Stage Manager: Earl J. Brisgal; Assistant Stage Mgr: Eric Fleming
General Press Representative: David Lipsky; Assistant Press Representative: Joseph G. Lustig; Press Representative: Peggy Phillips; Advertising: Lawrence Weiner
Jess CainPeterson
Frank CampanellaHorney
Garry DavisRed-Dog
John Ericson
Broadway debut
Eric FlemingMcKay
Douglas HendersonMcCarthy
Laurence HugoPrice
Harvey LembeckHarry Shapiro
Curt LowensS.S. Guard
Frank MaxwellHoffman
Allan Melvin
Broadway debut
William PiersonMarko
Richard PostonWitherspoon
Lothar RewaltCorporal Shultz
Mark Roberts
Broadway debut
Ludwig RothGeneva Man
Robert ShawleyHerb Gordon
Otto SimanekGerman Captain
Robert StraussStosh
Edwin Strome2nd Guard
Arthur WalshDuke
Tony Award®
winner 1952 Best Director [winner] 
 Directed by José Ferrer