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The Shrike   

Cort Theatre, (1/15/1952 - 5/31/1952)
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Opening Date: Jan 15, 1952    
Closing Date: May 31, 1952 Total Performances: 161

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Setting: "City Hospital"

Production Staff
Theatre Operated by 138 West 48th St. Theatre Co., Inc.; Theatre Owned by The Shubert Organization
Produced by José Ferrer; Produced in association with Milton Baron
Written by Joseph Kramm; Featuring songs by Hubert R. Charles ("Ugly Woman")
Directed by José Ferrer
Scenic Design by Howard Bay; Lighting Design by Howard Bay; Costume Design by Edith Lutyens; Assistant to Mr. Bay: Ralph Holmes
General Manager: Milton Baron; Company Manager: Ben Rosenberg
Stage Manager: Thomas King and Herman Magidson; Production Stage Manager: Buford Armitage; Assistant Stage Mgr: Peter Zeisler
General Press Representative: James Proctor; Assistant to Mr. Ferrer: Robinson Stone; Assistant Press Representative: Johanna Grant
Judith EvelynAnn Downs
José FerrerJim Downs
Somer AlbergDr. Schlesinger
James Hawthorne BayPerkins
Mary BellMiss Wingate
Isabel BonnerDr. Barrow
William BushGrossberg
Kendall ClarkDr. Bellman
Joseph ComadoreJoe Major
Vincent DonahuePatient
Jeanette DowlingMiss Hansen
Stephen ElliottDr. Kramer
Billy M. GreeneWilliam Schloss
Phyllis HillMiss Cardell
Philip HustonDon Gregory
Arthur JarrettTom Blair
Will KuluvaJohn Ankoritis
Will LeeSam Tager
Martin NewmanGeorge O'Brien
Edward PlattHarry Downs
Tom ReynoldsFleming
Leigh WhipperFrank Carlisle
Tony Award®
winner 1952 Best Actor in Play [winner] 
  José Ferrer
winner 1952 Best Director [winner] 
 Directed by José Ferrer
Pulitzer Prize
winner 1952 for Drama [winner] 
 Written by Joseph Kramm