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The Country Wife   

 
Adelphi Theatre, (11/27/1957 - 12/21/1957)
Henry Miller's Theatre, (12/23/1957 - 1/04/1958)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Nov 27, 1957    
Closing Date: Jan 04, 1958 Total Performances: 45

Category: Play, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A comedy in three acts and ten scenes
Setting:



Production Staff [See More]
Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson; S.N. Behrman; Elmer Rice; Robert E. Sherwood; Sidney Howard), Malcolm Wells and Daniel Blum; Associate Producer: Don LaSusa
Originally produced by The English Stage Company
Written by William Wycherley; Incidental music by Tom Eastwood
Directed by George Devine
Scenic Design by Motley; Costume Design by Motley
General Manager: Victor Samrock; Company Manager: Leonard Field
Production Stage Manager: Howard Whitfield; Stage Manager: Fred Baker; Production Supervisor: Motley
Pianist: John Cooke; Musical Personnel Manager: Morris Stonzek
Press Representative: William Fields; Press Associate: Walter Alford, Reginald Denenholz and John L. Toohey
Cast
Pamela BrownMy Lady Fidget
Julie HarrisMrs. Margery Pinchwife
Laurence HarveyMr. Horner
Ludi ClaireMrs. Dainty Fidget
sister of Sir Jasper
Colleen DewhurstMrs. Squeamish
Peter DonatMr. Dorilant
Richard EastonMr. Harcourt
John MoffattMr. Sparkish
Maureen QuinneyMiss Alithea
sister of Pinchwife
Ernest ThesigerSir Jasper Fidget
Paul Whitsun-JonesMr. Pinchwife
Joan HovisLucy
Alithea's maid
Cynthia LathamOld Lady Squeamish
George TyneA Quack
David VaughanParson
Willie WadeBoy
Theatre World
winner 1958 Award [recipient] 
  Richard Easton
Tony Award®
 1958 Best Costume Design [nominee] 
  Motley