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The Deputy   

Brooks Atkinson Theatre , (2/26/1964 - 11/28/1964)
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Opening Date:Feb 26, 1964   
Closing Date:Nov 28, 1964 Total Performances:316

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: 1942-1943. Berlin and Rome.

Production Staff
Produced by Herman Shumlin, Alfred Crown and Zvi Kolitz
Written by Rolf Hochhuth; Book adapted by Jerome Rothenberg
Directed by Herman Shumlin
Scenic Design by Rouben Ter-Arutunian; Costume Design by Edith Lutyens Bel Geddes; Lighting Design by John Harvey
Stage Manager: Howard Whitfield
Press Representative: David Lipsky, Lawrence Witchel and Ted Goldsmith
Victor Arnold Italian Militiaman
Richard Bengal Brother Iranaeus
Ion Berger Italian Militiaman
Idwal Bowen Vittorio
Jeremy Brett Father Riccardo Fontana, S.J.
Philip Bruns S.S. Lt. Kurt Gerstein
Reynolds Evans Papal Nuncio in Berlin
Paul Flores Guard
Stefan Gierasch Jacobson
Roger Hamilton Guard
Ben Hammer Prisoner
Denise Joyce Little Girl
Pepa Kantor Woman
Ron Leibman Captain Salzer
Jock Livingston Sergeant Witzel
Carl Low Count Fontana
Gerald E. McGonagill Officer of the Pope's Guard
James Mitchell Doctor
Albert M. Ottenheimer Prisoner
Guy Repp Photographer
Officer of the Pope's Guard
Fred Stewart Cardinal
David Thomas Monk
Maria Tucci Girl
Emlyn Williams Pope Pious XII
Ian Wolfe Father General
Understudies: Ion Berger (Father Riccardo Fontana, S.J.), Jock Livingston (Cardinal), Gerald E. McGonagill (Doctor, S.S. Lt. Kurt Gerstein), Guy Repp (Count Fontana) and David Thomas (Father General, Papal Nuncio in Berlin, Prisoner)
Tony Award®
 1964 Best Director (Dramatic) [nominee]
Directed by Herman Shumlin
winner 1964 Best Producer (Dramatic) [winner]
Produced by Herman Shumlin