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ANTA Playhouse, (12/14/1967 - 6/08/1968)
First Preview: Dec 12, 1967 Total Previews: 2
Opening Date: Dec 14, 1967    
Closing Date: Jun 08, 1968 Total Performances: 202

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: A town in Connecticut. The present.

Production Staff
ANTA Theatre Manager: Sherman Gross
Produced by Zev Bufman; Produced in association with James Riley
Written by Herman Shumlin; Based on the novel "Reuben, Reuben" by Peter DeVries
Directed by Herman Shumlin
Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager; Lighting Design by Donald Oenslager; Costume Design by Winn Morton; Associate Designer: Klaus Holm
General Manager: Diana Shumlin; Company Manager: Irving Cone
Production Stage Manager: Edward Julien; Stage Manager: Lola Shumlin; Assistant Stage Mgr: Jan DeVries
General Press Representative: Bill Doll & Company, Inc.; Press Representative: Midori Lederer, Ted Goldsmith and Virginia Holden; Advertising: Fred Golden; Cover photo by Ted Croner; Assistant to the Director: Jerry Douglas
Melvyn DouglasSpofford
Barbara BrittonMrs. Beausigneur
Pert KeltonMrs. Punck
Joen ArlissMrs. Crane
Joseph BolandGromler
Oceana BriggsSecond Customer
Jan DeVries
Broadway debut
Jerome DempseyGowan McGland
Tresa HughesMare
Carole Ann LewisFirst Customer
Audra LindleyMrs. Springer
Charles MaggioreCommittee Member
Ian MartinHopwood
Committee Member
Alan NorthGeorge
Wallace RooneyPycraft
Jeffrey Weiss
Broadway debut
Penelope Windust
Broadway debut
Understudies: Joen Arliss (Mare, Mrs. Springer), Joseph Boland (Pycraft), Oceana Briggs (Mrs. Punck), Jan DeVries (Geneva), Carole Ann Lewis (Mrs. Beausigneur), Charles Maggiore (Gowan McGland), Ian Martin (George), Wallace Rooney (Spofford) and Robert Tananis (Tad)
Tony Award®
 1968 Best Featured Actress in a Play [nominee] 
  Pert Kelton