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The Long Dream   

Ambassador Theatre , (2/17/1960 - 2/20/1960)
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Opening Date:Feb 17, 1960   
Closing Date:Feb 20, 1960 Total Performances:5

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts and ten scenes
Setting: Three weeks in summer in Clintonville, Mississippi.

Production Staff
Produced by Cheryl Crawford and Joel W. Schenker; Produced in association with October Productions, Inc.
Written by Ketti Frings; Based on the novel by Richard Wright; Incidental music by Pembroke Davenport
Directed by Lloyd Richards
Scenic Design by Zvi Geyra; Costume Design by Ruth Morley; Lighting Design by Tharon Musser
General Manager: Arthur Waxman
Production Stage Manager: Robert Downing; Stage Manager: James E. Wall and Walter Mason
Press Representative: Arthur Cantor, Tony Geiss and Violet Welles
R. G. Armstrong Chief of Police Gerald Canley
Isabelle Cooley Gladys
Jeannette DuBois Citizen of Clintonville
Al Freeman, Jr. Rex (Fishbelly) Tucker
John Garth III Rev. Ragland
Stanley Greene Doc Bruce
Marshall Hill Citizen of Clintonville
Clifton James Clem
Gertrude Jeannette Emma Tucker
James Jeter Phil
Barbara Loden White Girl
Mary Louise Citizen of Clintonville
Helen Martin Maude Carter
Walter Mason Jim Bowers
Charles McDaniel Lt. Harvey
Leonard Parker Citizen of Clintonville
Edward Phifer Zeke
Peggy Pope Citizen of Clintonville
Sylvia Ray Citizen of Clintonville
Joya Sherrill Vera Mason
Arthur Storch Mr. McWilliams
Josh White Jr. Tony
Clarence Williams III Chris
Lawrence Winters Tyree Tucker
Understudies: Jeannette DuBois (Vera Mason), Marshall Hill (Chris, Tony, Zeke), Walter Matthews (Clem, Lt. Harvey, Phil), Peggy Pope (Gladys, White Girl) and James E. Wall (Jim Bowers)
Tony Award®
 1960 Best Featured Actor in a Play [nominee]
Lawrence Winters