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The Three Sisters   

Morosco Theatre , (6/22/1964 - 10/03/1964)
First Preview:Jun 08, 1964 Total Previews:14
Opening Date:Jun 22, 1964   
Closing Date:Oct 03, 1964 Total Performances:119

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: Living room in the home of the Prozoroffs in a provincial town near Moscow

Production Staff
Morosco Theatre Managing Director: Louis A. Lotito
Produced by The Actors Studio (Lee Strasberg: Artistic Director; Cheryl Crawford: Executive Producer; Roger L. Stevens: General Administrator)
Written by Anton Chekhov; New English version by Randall Jarrell
Directed by Lee Strasberg
Scenic Design by Will Steven Armstrong; Costume Design by Theoni V. Aldredge and Ray Diffen; Lighting Design by Feder; Hair Design by Ronald De Mann; Associate Designer to Mr. Armstrong: Robert Darling
General Manager: Arthur Waxman; Assistant Manager: Ronald Bruguiere
Production Stage Manager: Martin Fried; Stage Manager: John Strasberg; Assistant Stage Mgr: Delos V. Smith, Jr.
English adapatation of Russian Folk songs by Ben Ross Berenberg
Production Coordinator: Richard Blofson; Dance Advisor: Charles Adler; Advertising: Fred Golden; Production Assistant: Keith Cuerden
For her aid in production details, Lee Strasberg wishes to express his gratitude to Tamara Daykarhanova
Luther Adler Chebutykin
Army doctor
Barbara Baxley Natalya Ivanovna
Andrei's fiancee/wife
William Burns Carnival person
Tamara Daykarhanova Anfisa
the nanny
John Harkins Fedotik
Second Lieutenant
Marcia Haufrecht Carnival person
Gerald Hiken Andrei Prozorov
Sandra Kaufman Carnival person
Shirley Knight Irina
Andrei's sister
Robert Loggia Solyony
Salem Ludwig Ferapont
Courier for the City Council
Janice Mars Maid
Kevin McCarthy Vershinin
Lt. Colonel, Battery Commander
Brooks Morton Adjutant
Carnival person
James Olson Baron Tuzenbach
Geraldine Page Olga
Andrei's sister
David Paulsen
Broadway debut
Second Lieutenant
Albert Paulson Kulygin
Masha's husband
Delos V. Smith, Jr. Carnival person
Kim Stanley Masha
Andrei's sister
James Tolkan Carnival person
Nadyne Turney Carnival person
Understudies: Janice Mars (Anfisa), Joan Potter (Masha), Delos V. Smith, Jr. (Ferapont), James Tolkan (Solyony) and Nadyne Turney (Maid)