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Chéri   

 
Morosco Theatre , (10/12/1959 - 11/28/1959)
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Opening Date:Oct 12, 1959   
Closing Date:Nov 28, 1959 Total Performances:56

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: Neuilly; Normandy; Paris. 1911, 1914, 1919, 1929.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by City Playhouses, Inc. (Louis A. Lotito, President)
Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson; S.N. Behrman; Elmer Rice; Robert E. Sherwood; Sidney Howard) and Robert Lewis
Written by Anita Loos; Based on the novels "Chéri" and "The Last of Chéri" by Colette
Directed by Robert Lewis
Scenic Design by Oliver Smith; Costume Design by Miles White; Lighting Design by Peggy Clark; Assistant to Mr. Smith: Peggy Clark and William Pitkin; Assistant to Mr. White: Ann Roth; Coiffures and wigs designed by Walter Florell and Tony Migliaro
Company Manager: Morton Gottlieb
Production Stage Manager: Robert Downing; Stage Manager: Charles Forsythe and Angelo Del Rossi
Press Representative: William Fields, Walter Alford, Reginald Denenholz and Mae Lyons; Assistant to Mr. Lewis: Judd Mathison
Cast
Horst Buchholz Frédérick Peloux
Chéri
Kim Stanley Léa de Lonval
Lili Darvas Coco
Frieda Altman Madame Valerie Aldonza
Jerome Collamore Count Anthime Berthellmy
Angelo Del Rossi Prince Guido Ceste
Ginger Franchette
John Granger Patron
Joan Gray Edmée
Edith King Charlotte Peloux
Lucy Landau Baroness de Berche
Margot Lassner Rose
Jane Moultrie Madame Lili
Byron Russell Butler
Understudies: Charles Forsythe (Butler, Patron, Prince Guido Ceste), Maria Gambarelli (Léa de Lonval, Rose), Jill Kraft (Edmée), Margot Lassner (Baroness de Berche, Charlotte Peloux, Coco, Madame Lili, Madame Valerie Aldonza), Byron Russell (Count Anthime Berthellmy) and Dirk Sanders (Frédérick Peloux)