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The Dark Is Light Enough   

ANTA Playhouse, (2/23/1955 - 4/23/1955)
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Opening Date: Feb 23, 1955    
Closing Date: Apr 23, 1955 Total Performances: 69

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: A country house in the Austro-Hungarian Empire during the Hungarian revolution in 1848-9.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The American National Theatre and Academy; ANTA Theatre Managing Director: Louis A. Lotito
Produced by Katharine Cornell and Roger L. Stevens; Produced by arrangement with H.M. Tennent, Ltd.
Written by Christopher Fry
Directed by Guthrie McClintic
Scenic Design by Oliver Messel; Costume Design by Oliver Messel; Assistant to Mr. Messel: Robert O'Hearn and Carl Toms; Hair Design by Barris
Business Manager: Gertrude Macy; Company Manager: Richard Horner
Production Stage Manager: Keene Curtis; Stage Manager: Ross Hertz
Press Representative: William Fields and Walter Alford; Press Assistant: Betty Burkhalter
Katharine CornellCountess Rosmarin Ostenburg
Tyrone PowerRichard Gettner
An Austrian in the Hungarian rebel army
Arnold MossColonel Janik
A Hungarian rebel officer
John WilliamsBelmann
Member of the Countess' Salon
Dario BarriFourth Soldier
Eva CondonBella
A Housekeeper
Jerome GardinoThird Soldier
Ted GuntherBeppy
A Hungarian corporal
Donald HarronJakob
Member of the Countess' Salon
Charles MacaulayWilli
A Houseboy
Christopher PlummerCount Peter Zichy
A Hungarian in the Austrian government
William PodmoreKassel
A Doctor
Sydney PollackRusti
A Hungarian corporal
Paul RoeblingStefan
Son of the Countess
Marian WintersGelda
Daughter of the Countess
Theatre World
winner 1955 Award [recipient] 
  Christopher Plummer