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A Man for All Seasons   

 
ANTA Playhouse, (11/22/1961 - 6/01/1963)
First Preview: Nov 21, 1961 Total Previews: 1
Opening Date: Nov 22, 1961    
Closing Date: Jun 01, 1963 Total Performances: 637

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: England. 16th Century.



Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by ANTA (Robert Whitehead, Managing Director); ANTA Theatre Managing Director: Louis A. Lotito
Presented by ANTA (Robert Whitehead, Managing Director); Produced by Robert Whitehead and Roger L. Stevens; Produced by arrangement with H.M. Tennent, Ltd.
Written by Robert Bolt
Directed by Noel Willman
Scenic Design by Motley; Costume Design by Motley; Lighting Design by Paul Morrison
General Manager: Oscar Olesen
Production Stage Manager: Frederic de Wilde; Stage Manager: Howard Fischer; Assistant Stage Mgr: Lesley Hunt
Press Representative: Barry Hyams; Casting: Terry Fay; Advertising: Lawrence Weiner and Associates
Cast
George RoseThe Common Man
Paul ScofieldSir Thomas More
Albert DekkerThe Duke of Norfolk
Leo McKernThomas Cromwell
Keith BaxterKing Henry VIII
Olga BellinMargaret More
Peter BrandonWilliam Roper
Sarah BurtonThe Woman
John ColenbackAttendant to Signor Chapuys
Jack CreleyCardinal Wolsey
Carol GoodnerAlice More
Lester RawlinsThomas Cranmer
Archbishop of Canterbury
William RedfieldRichard Rich
David J. StewartSignor Chapuys
the Spanish Ambassador
Understudies: Philip Bosco (Attendant to Signor Chapuys, King Henry VIII, The Duke of Norfolk), John Colenback (Richard Rich, William Roper), Howard Fischer (Cardinal Wolsey, The Common Man), Lesley Hunt (Catherine Anger, Margaret More) and Len Wayland (Sir Thomas More, Thomas Cranmer)
Tony Award®
winner 1962 Best Play [winner] 
 Written by Robert Bolt ;  Produced by Robert Whitehead and Roger L. Stevens
winner 1962 Best Actor in Play [winner] 
  Paul Scofield
winner 1962 Best Direction of a Play [winner] 
  Noel Willman
winner 1962 Best Producer of a Play [winner] 
  Robert Whitehead
winner 1962 Best Producer of a Play [winner] 
  Roger L. Stevens
Theatre World
winner 1962 Award [recipient] 
  Keith Baxter