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Broadhurst Theatre , (12/20/1972 - 10/27/1973)
Shubert Theatre , (10/30/1973 - 2/09/1974)
Lunt-Fontanne Theatre , (2/11/1974 - 4/21/1974)
First Preview:Dec 18, 1972 Total Previews:2
Opening Date:Dec 20, 1972   
Closing Date:Apr 21, 1974 Total Performances:538

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: An apartment in an old hotel on upper Broadway in New York City, a television studio and Willie's apartment.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Executive Directors: Irving Goldman, Bernard B. Jacobs, Gerald Schoenfeld)
Produced by Emanuel Azenberg and Eugene V. Wolsk
Originally produced by Nancy Enterprises, Inc.
Written by Neil Simon; All voices and instruments in "Lipton Tea Commerical" by Don Elliott; "Lipton Tea Commercial" arranged by Lee Schumer
Directed by Alan Arkin
Scenic Design by Kert Lundell; Costume Design by Albert Wolsky; Lighting Design by Tharon Musser
General Manager: Jose Véga
Stage Manager: Tom Porter; Production Supervisor: Tom Porter
Press Representative: Solters / Sabinson / Roskin Inc., Harvey B. Sabinson and Cheryl Sue Dolby; Casting: Otto & Windsor; Assistant to the Director: Ted Chapin; Advertising: Ingram Ash, Matthew Serino and The Blaine Thompson Company; Photographer: Martha Swope
Cast
Jack Albertson Willie Clark
Sam Levene Al Lewis
Lewis J. Stadlen Ben Silverman
John Batiste Eddie
Minnie Gentry Registered Nurse
Lee Meredith Sketch Nurse
Beatrice Tremaine Television Announcer Recorded voice only
Joe Young Patient
Understudies: John Batiste (Ben Silverman), Cynthia Belgrave (Registered Nurse), Clement Fowler (Al Lewis), Darlene Parks (Sketch Nurse) and George Rando (Eddie, Patient)
Tony Award®
 1973 Best Play [nominee]
Written by Neil Simon; Produced by Emanuel Azenberg and Eugene V. Wolsk
 1973 Best Actor in Play [nominee]
Jack Albertson
 1973 Best Direction of a Play [nominee]
Alan Arkin
Drama Desk Award
winner 1973 Outstanding Performance [winner]
Performer: Jack Albertson