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Mother Courage and Her Children   

 
Martin Beck Theatre , (3/28/1963 - 5/11/1963)
First Preview:Mar 25, 1963 Total Previews:4
Opening Date:Mar 28, 1963   
Closing Date:May 11, 1963 Total Performances:52

Category: Play, Original, Broadway


Production Staff
Produced by Cheryl Crawford and Jerome Robbins
Written by Bertolt Brecht; Translated by Eric Bentley; Music by Paul Dessau; Musical Director: Samuel Matlovsky
Staged by Jerome Robbins
Scenic Design by Ming Cho Lee; Costume Design by Motley; Lighting Design by Tharon Musser
Production Stage Manager: Porter Van Zandt; Stage Manager: George Thorn
Press Representative: Harvey B. Sabinson and David Powers
Cast
Anne Bancroft Mother Courage
Conrad Bromberg Eilif
James Catusi Swiss Cheese
Harry Eno Peasant
Regimental Clerk
Bruce Glover Soldier
Catholic Sergeant
Louis Guss Protestant Sergeant
Peasant
Benjamin Hammer Ordinance Officer
Old Soldier
John Harkins Lieutenant
One Eye
Barbara Harris Yvette Pottier
Girl Singer
Jane Hoffman Peasant
Old Woman
Donald Hotton Soldier
Old Colonel
Mike Kellin Cook
Zohra Lampert Kattrin
Emil Mack Young Soldier
Soldier
Richard Morse Young Man
John Randolph Recruiting Officer
Peasant
Soldier
Eugene Roche Swedish Commander
Soldier
Gene Wilder Chaplain
Understudies: Jenny Egan (Kattrin, Yvette Pottier) and Estelle Parsons (Mother Courage, Yvette Pottier)
Tony Award®
 1963 Best Play [nominee]
Written by Bertolt Brecht; Translated by Eric Bentley; Produced by Cheryl Crawford and Jerome Robbins
 1963 Best Featured Actress in a Play [nominee]
Zohra Lampert
 1963 Best Costume Design [nominee]
Motley
 1963 Best Producer of a Play [nominee]
Cheryl Crawford
 1963 Best Producer of a Play [nominee]
Jerome Robbins