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The Good Woman of Setzuan   

 
Vivian Beaumont Theatre , (11/05/1970 - 12/13/1970)
First Preview:Oct 24, 1970 Total Previews:13
Opening Date:Nov 05, 1970   
Closing Date:Dec 13, 1970 Total Performances:44

Category: Play, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in two acts.
Setting: The capital of Setzuan, a half-Europeanized city.


Production Staff
Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Jules Irving)
Written by Bertolt Brecht; Translated by Ralph Manheim; Incidental music by Herbert Pilhofer; Featuring songs by John Lewin and Herbert Pilhofer; Vocal director: Roland Gagnon
Directed by Robert Symonds
Scenic Design by Douglas W. Schmidt; Costume Design by Carrie Fishbein Robbins; Lighting Design by John Gleason
Production Stage Manager: Barbara-Mae Phillips; Stage Manager: Paul Bengston and Patrick Horrigan
Press Representative: Susan Bloch and William Schelble
Cast
Colleen Dewhurst Shen Te
Luis Ávalos Gentleman
Waiter
David Birney Yang Sun
Philip Bosco First God
James Cook Townsperson
Maury Cooper Husband
Tandy Cronyn Niece
Stephen Elliott Mr. Shu Fu
Frances Foster Mrs. Mi Tzu
Herbert Foster Grandfather
Ray Fry Third God
Lou Gilbert Wong
A water seller
Jack Harold Gentleman
Priest
Elizabeth Huddle Sister-in-Law
Anne Ives Carpet Dealer's Wfie
Michael Levin Lin To
Robert Levine Unemployed Man
Joseph Mascolo Policeman
Kenneth H. Maxwell Boy
Eda Reiss Merin Wife
Toby Obayashi Child
Robert Phalen Nephew
Priscilla Pointer Mrs. Yang
Susan Sharkey Townsperson
Dan Sullivan Brother
Rebecca Symonds Child
Florence Tarlow Old Whore
Sydney Walker Second God
Rico Williams Child
Elizabeth Wilson Mrs. Shin
Eugene R. Wood Carpet Dealer
Understudies: Luis Ávalos (Brother, Wong), Herbert Foster (Third God), Elizabeth Huddle (Shen Te), Michael Levin (First God, Second God) and Florence Tarlow (Mrs. Shin, Mrs. Yang)