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The Private Ear and The Public Eye   

 

This production was composed of the following shows:

Morosco Theatre, (10/09/1963 - 2/29/1964)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Oct 09, 1963    
Closing Date: Feb 29, 1964 Total Performances: 163

Category: Play, One Act, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: "Tchaik's" bed-sitting room in Belsize Park, North London.



The Private Ear

Category: Play, One Act, Comedy, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by Roger L. Stevens; Produced by arrangement with H.M. Tennent, Ltd.; Associate Producer: Lyn Austin and Victor Samrock
Written by Peter Shaffer
Staged by Peter Wood
Production Design by Richard Negri; Design Supervised by Klaus Holm
Company Manager: Ben Rosenberg
Production Stage Manager: John Drew Devereaux; Stage Manager: Michael Sinclair
General Press Representative: Samuel Lurie; Press Representative: Ruth Cage and Judith S. Davidson
Cast
Brian Bedford"Tchaik"
Barry FosterTed
Geraldine McEwanDoreen
Understudies: Jane Henderson (Doreen), David Kitchen ("Tchaik") and Michael Sinclair (Ted)

The Public Eye

Category: Play, One Act, Comedy, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by Roger L. Stevens; Produced by arrangement with H.M. Tennent, Ltd.; Produced in association with Lyn Austin and Victor Samrock
Written by Peter Shaffer
Staged by Peter Wood
Production Design by Richard Negri; Design Supervised by Klaus Holm; Miss McEwan's costume for "The Public Eye" designed by Ann Roth
Company Manager: Ben Rosenberg
Production Stage Manager: John Drew Devereaux; Stage Manager: Michael Sinclair
General Press Representative: Samuel Lurie; Press Representative: Ruth Cage and Judith S. Davidson
Cast
Barry FosterCristoforou
Geraldine McEwanBelinda
Moray WatsonCharles
Understudies: Jane Henderson (Belinda) and Michael Sinclair (Charles, Cristoforou)