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The Last of Mrs. Lincoln   

ANTA Playhouse , (12/12/1972 - 2/04/1973)
First Preview:Dec 07, 1972 Total Previews:5
Opening Date:Dec 12, 1972   
Closing Date:Feb 04, 1973 Total Performances:63

Category: Play, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by Theater 1973 and ANTA (Alfred de Liagre Jr: executive producer; Jean Dalrymple: executive director); Associate Producer: Michael Kasdan
Written by James Prideaux
Directed by George Schaefer
Scenic Design by William Ritman; Lighting Design by William Ritman; Costume Design by Noel Taylor
Production Stage Manager: Mark Wright; Stage Manager: Charles Kindl
Press Representative: Betty Lee Hunt Associates, Inc., Henry Luhrman and Harriett Trachtenberg
Maureen Anderman Mary Harlan
Joseph Attles Man
Ralph Clanton Ninnian Edwards
George Connolly Mr. Keyes
Dennis Cooney Young Senator
Leora Dana Elizabeth Edwards
Brian Farrell Lewis Baker
Dorothi Fox Lizzie Keckley
Tobias Haller Tad Lincoln
Julie Harris Mary Lincoln
Marc Jefferson Boy
Macon McCalman W.H. Brady
David Rounds Robert Lincoln
Louis Schaefer Attendant
Kate Wilkinson Mrs. McCullough
Richard Woods Senator Austin
Standbys: Dennis Cooney (Robert Lincoln), Leora Dana (Mary Lincoln), Lois De Banzie (Elizabeth Edwards, Mrs. McCullough) and Urylee Leonardos (Lizzie Keckley)
Understudies: George Connolly (Lewis Baker, Tad Lincoln), Macon McCalman (Ninnian Edwards, Senator Austin) and Madelon Thomas (Mary Harlan)
Tony Award®
winner 1973 Best Actress in a Play [winner]
Julie Harris
winner 1973 Best Featured Actress in a Play [winner]
Leora Dana
Theatre World
nominee 1973 Award [recipient]
Brian Farrell
Drama Desk Award
winner 1973 Outstanding Performance [winner]
Performer: Julie Harris
winner 1973 Most Promising Playwright [winner]
Written by James Prideaux