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Quadrille   

 
Coronet Theatre , (11/03/1954 - 3/12/1955)
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Opening Date:Nov 03, 1954   
Closing Date:Mar 12, 1955 Total Performances:150

Category: Play, Romantic Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: The Buffet de la Gare, Boulogne; Serena's Sitting Room in Herondon House, Belgrave Square; The Villa Zodiaque, St. Guillame des Fleurs, France. Time: 1873-1874.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by City Playhouses, Inc. (Louis A. Lotito, President)
Produced by John C. Wilson and H.M. Tennent, Ltd.
Written by Noël Coward
Directed by Alfred Lunt
Scenic Design by Cecil Beaton; Costume Design by Cecil Beaton; Setting Supervised by Charles Elson; Costumes Supervised by Stanley Simmons; Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal
General Manager: C. Edwin Knill; Company Manager: Lawrence Farrell
Stage Manager: William Chambers; Assistant Stage Mgr: Rhoderick Walker
Orchestra supervision by Jack Eaton
General Press Representative: Willard Keefe; Press Representative: David Tebet; Casting Assistant: Byron Mitchell
Cast
Brian Aherne The Marquis of Heronden (Hubert)
Edna Best Mrs. Axel Diensen (Charlotte)
Lynn Fontanne The Marchioness of Heronden (Serena)
Alfred Lunt Axel Diensen
Brenda Forbes Lady Harriet Ripley
Jerome Kilty The Rev. Edgar Spevin
Dorothy Sands Octavia, Countess of Bonnington
Mildred Clinton Foster
Second French Woman
Madeleine Clive First French Woman
Phyllis Connard Sarah
The Rev. Edgar Spevin's wife
Harold Crane Catchpole
Michael Lewis Second French Man
Richard Longman Courier
Byron Mitchell First French Man
Patricia Quinn O'Hara Buffet Manageress
Nina Reader Gwendolyn
The Rev. Edgar Spevin's daughter
Rhoderick Walker Footman
Bruce Webster Waiter
Tony Award®
winner 1955 Best Actor in Play [winner]
Alfred Lunt
winner 1955 Best Costume Design [winner]
Cecil Beaton