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The Hollow Crown   
A Royal Revue

 
Henry Miller's Theatre , (1/29/1963 - 3/09/1963)
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Opening Date:Jan 29, 1963   
Closing Date:Mar 09, 1963 Total Performances:46

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A series of songs and excerpted writings by and about British royalty.


Production Staff
Henry Miller Theatre Manager: George Banyai
Produced by Bonard Productions; Produced by arrangement with The Royal Shakespeare Company (Peter Brook, Artistic Director; Peter Hall, Managing Director)
Originally produced by The Royal Shakespeare Company (Peter Hall, Artistic Director)
Devised by John W. Barton; Including material from the works of William Shakespeare, Rapahel Holinshed, Edward Hall, Herschel Baker, George B. Churchill, Lord Hervey, Horace Walpole, Marianne Thornton and E. M. Forster; Musical Director: Brian Priestman; Including material from the Chronicles of Jean Froissart; The Chronicles of Froissart translated by Lord Berners; "A Partial, Prejudiced and Ignorant History" by Jane Austen; Variations on "God Save the King" by Ludwig van Beethoven; Selections from "Morte D'Arthur" by Sir Thomas Malory; Including material from the memoirs of Charles C.F. Greville
Staged by John Barton
General Manager: Morton Gottlieb; Company Manager: Jack Potter
RSC Repertory Stage Manager: Peter Dalby; Production Stage Manager: Warren Crane; Assistant Stage Mgr: Annabel Barton
Press Representative: Richard Maney and Martin Shwartz; Production Assistant: Iris O'Connor; Advertising: Ingram Ash
Cast
Max Adrian Performer
John Barton Performer
Paul Hardwick Performer
Dorothy Tutin Performer
Richard Golding Performer
John Lawrenson Performer
Stephen Manton Performer
James Walker Performer
Understudy: Annabel Barton