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Music Box Theatre, (4/23/1970 - 5/16/1970)
First Preview: Total Previews: 8
Opening Date: Apr 23, 1970    
Closing Date: May 16, 1970 Total Performances: 28

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in two acts.
Setting: The courtroom, the world, the past.



Production Staff
Produced by Lee Guber and Shelly Gross; Associate Producer: Bernard King
Written by Donald Freed; From work by Walter Schneir and Miriam Schneir
Directed by Alan Schneider
Scenic Design by Karl Eigsti; Costume Design by Sara Brook; Lighting Design by Jules Fisher; Sound Design by Gary Harris; Projection Design by Ken Isaacs; Projection Consultant Jules Fisher
Stage Manager: Bill Callan
Assistant to Jules Fisher: Marc B. Weiss
General Press Representative: Mike Merrick and Nancy Love
Cast
Mason AdamsIrving Saypol
Edwin BordoFBI Agent
Clerk
Man in the Street
Hildy BrooksRuth Greenglass
Mike BurstenRoy Cohn
David ClarkeReporter
Man in the Street
FBI Agent
Allen GarfieldReporter
Man in the Street
FBI Agent
Sylvia GassellAnn Sidorovich
Man in the Street
George GrizzardJulius Rosenberg
Jack HollanderDavid Greenglass
Anne JacksonEthel Rosenberg
Charles KindlReporter
Man in the Street
Phil LeedsHarry Gold
Michael LiptonJudge Kaufman
Sylvie StrausTessie Greenglass
Abe VigodaBailiff
Doctor
Man in the Street
FBI Agent
James WhitmoreEmanuel Bloch
Understudies: Edwin Bordo (Judge Kaufman, Julius Rosenberg), David Clarke (Emanuel Bloch), Allen Garfield (David Greenglass, Harry Gold), Sylvia Gassell (Ethel Rosenberg, Ruth Greenglass, Tessie Greenglass), Charles Kindl (Roy Cohn) and Abe Vigoda (Irving Saypol)