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Broadhurst Theatre , (3/13/1968 - 3/30/1968)
First Preview:Mar 11, 1968 Total Previews:2
Opening Date:Mar 13, 1968   
Closing Date:Mar 30, 1968 Total Performances:21

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: The library of Senator MacGruder's House in Washington, D.C. An election year.

Production Staff
Produced by Saint Subber and Lester Osterman; Associate Producer: Simon L. Saltzman
Written by Gore Vidal
Directed by Joseph Anthony
Scenic Design by Oliver Smith; Costume Design by Theoni V. Aldredge; Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal; Special Assistant to Miss Aldredge: Joseph G. Aulisi; Assistant to Miss Rosenthal: William H. Batchelder; Production Assistant to Miss Rosenthal: Marian Kinsella
General Manager: C. Edwin Knill; Company Manager: Helen Richards
Production Stage Manager: William Ross; Stage Manager: Bernard Pollock
General Press Representative: Harvey B. Sabinson and Lee Solters; Press Secretary: Edie Kean; Advertising: Ingram Ash; Assistant to the Director: Vicki May
John Forsythe Senator Mac Gruder
Kim Hunter Miss Wilson
Rosemary Murphy Estelle Mac Gruder
Carol Cole Louise Hampton
Gene Blakely Norris Blotner
Graham Brown
Broadway debut
Dr. Hampton
Zaida Coles Mrs. Hampton
Staats Cotsworth Senator Andrews
Norma Darden Reporter
Robert Lawson Second Photographer
John Marriott Roger
John Newton First Photographer
Marco St. John Beany Mac Gruder
Eleanor Wilson Mrs. Andrews
Understudies: Gene Blakely (Senator Mac Gruder), Norma Darden (Louise Hampton), Javotte Greene (Mrs. Hampton), Stanley Greene (Dr. Hampton, Roger), Robert Lawson (Beany Mac Gruder), John Newton (Norris Blotner, Senator Andrews) and Virginia Robinson (Estelle Mac Gruder, Miss Wilson, Mrs. Andrews)
Tony Award®
 1968 Best Featured Actress in a Play [nominee]
Eleanor Wilson