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Joy to the World   

 
Plymouth Theatre, (3/18/1948 - 7/03/1948)
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Opening Date: Mar 18, 1948    
Closing Date: Jul 03, 1948 Total Performances: 124

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: The offices of Alexander Soren, Vice President in charge of Production of Atlas-Continental Pictures. The Present.



Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Select Operating Corporation
Produced by John Houseman and William R. Katzell
Written by Allan Scott
Directed by Jules Dassin
Scenic Design by Harry Horner; Costume Design by Beverly Woodner; Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal
Company Manager: Michael Goldreyer
Production Stage Manager: Ben Ross Berenberg; Assistant Stage Mgr: Hal Resner
Publicity: Samuel J. Friedman and Theodore Goldsmith; Publicity Assistant: Harvey Sabinson
Cast
Alfred DrakeAlexander Soren
Vice President in charge of production
Marsha HuntAnn Wood
Morris CarnovskySam Blumenfeld
Myron McCormickJ. Newton Mckeon
Head of Publicity
Walter F. ApplerHenry Saintsbury
Sam BonnellHarry
Harris BrownTilworthy
From the Johnston Office
Vicki CarlsonMessenger
Clay ClementJohn V. Hopper
Chairman of the Board
Michael DreyfussFloyd
A messenger
Bert FreedEdward F. Gannon
Studio Manager
Hal GersonSampson
Lois HallMildred
A Secretary
Jeanne JordenMessenger
Kurt KasznarDmitri Oumansky
Leslie LitomyMortimer Behrman
Head of Story Department
Peggy MaleyEdith Wham
Theodore NewtonMr. Wilcox
Lucille PattonBarbara Benton
Herb RatnerSteve Walton
A cutter
Hugh RennieRichard Stanton
Of the Legal Department
Beverly ThawlMessenger
Mary WelchMary Magill
Chief Receptionist
Blanche ZoharMessenger
Theatre World
winner 1948 Award [recipient] 
  Peggy Maley