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The Odd Couple   

Plymouth Theatre, (3/10/1965 - 7/30/1966)
Eugene O'Neill Theatre, (8/01/1966 - 7/02/1967)
First Preview: Mar 08, 1965 Total Previews: 2
Opening Date: Mar 10, 1965    
Closing Date: Jul 02, 1967 Total Performances: 964

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: An apartment on Riverside Drive, New York City.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by Saint Subber
Originally produced by Saint Subber Theatrical Enterprises, Inc., Nancy Enterprises, Inc. and David J. Cogan
Written by Neil Simon
Directed by Mike Nichols
Scenic Design by Oliver Smith; Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal; Costume Design by Ann Roth; Assistant to Oliver Smith: Jack Brown; Production Assistant to Jean Rosenthal: Maxine Taylor; Assistant to Ann Roth: Albert Wolsky
General Manager: C. Edwin Knill; Company Manager: William Craver
Production Stage Manager: Harvey Medlinsky; Stage Manager: Bernard Pollock
General Press Representative: Harvey B. Sabinson and Lee Solters; Press Representative: Harry Nigro; Advertising: Ingram Ash
Art CarneyFelix Ungar
Walter MatthauOscar Madison
Paul DooleySpeed
John FiedlerVinnie
Nathaniel FreyMurray
Sidney ArmusRoy
Monica EvansCecily Pigeon
Carole ShelleyGwendolyn Pigeon
Standby: Louis Zorich (Oscar Madison)
Understudies: Paul Dooley (Felix Ungar), Carol Gustafson (Cecily Pigeon, Gwendolyn Pigeon) and Bernard Pollock (Roy, Vinnie)
Tony Award®
 1965 Best Play [nominee] 
 Written by Neil Simon ;  Produced by Saint Subber
winner 1965 Best Actor in Play [winner] 
  Walter Matthau
winner 1965 Best Scenic Design [winner] 
  Oliver Smith
winner 1965 Best Direction of a Play [winner] 
  Mike Nichols
winner 1965 Best Author (Play) [winner] 
 Written by Neil Simon