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The Devils   

 
Broadway Theatre , (11/16/1965 - 1/08/1966)
First Preview:Nov 03, 1965 Total Previews:12
Opening Date:Nov 16, 1965   
Closing Date:Jan 08, 1966 Total Performances:63

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Setting: In and near the town of Loudun, and briefly at Paris, between the years 1623 and 1634.
Comments: THE DEVILS was first performed by the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Aldwych Theatre, London, in February, 1961. John Whiting revised the play just prior to his untimely death in 1963. The revised version was presented on Broadway in 1965.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by Alexander H. Cohen
Written by John Whiting; Based upon "The Devils of Loudun" by Aldous Huxley
Directed by Michael Cacoyannis
Scenic Design by Rouben Ter-Arutunian; Costume Design by Motley; Lighting Design by Jules Fisher; Assistant to Motley: Don Foote; Assistant to Mr. Ter-Artunian: Klaus Holm; Hair Design by Phil Leto; Sound Consultant: Robert Liftin
General Manager: Roy A. Somlyo; Company Manager: Seymour Herscher
Production Stage Manager: Jean Barrere; Stage Manager: Jake Hamilton; Assistant Stage Mgr: Harry Clark and Frank Rowley
Assistant to the Director: Peter Goldfarb; General Press Representative: James D. Proctor and Max Gendel; Press Associate: Louise Weiner; Advertising: Ingram Ash; Production Associate: Hildy Parks and Milton Chwasky; Production Assistant: Davina Crawford
Cast
Anne Bancroft Sister Jean of the Angels
the Prioress of St. Ursula's Convent
Jason Robards Urbain Grandier
the Vicar of St. Peter's Church
John Baragrey Guillame De Cerisay
the Chief Magistrate
James Coco A Sewerman
John Colicos De Laubardemont
the Cardinal's Special Emissary to Loudun
Albert Dekker Father Barre
Hugh Franklin Jean D'Armagnac
the Governor of Loudun
Patrick Hines Father Mignon
Bernard Kates Mannoury
a surgeon
Michael Lombard Father Rangier
Edgar Stehli Father Ambrose
Shepperd Strudwick De La Rochepozay
the Bishop of Poitiers
Joseph Aulisi Ensemble
Richard Botham Ensemble
Eleanor Bruno Ensemble
Eric Bruno Ensemble
Susan Carr Ensemble
Harry Clark Ensemble
Barbara Colby Ninon
a widow
Lynda Day Phillipe Trincant
Louis Trincant's daughter
Diane Deckard Ensemble
Jonathan Fox Ensemble
Ron Frederic Ensemble
Linda Geiser Ensemble
Mark Gordon Adam
a chemist
Mary McKenzie Gordon Ensemble
Judy Granite Ensemble
Patricia Hammack Ensemble
Adrienne Hazzard Ensemble
Tom Klunis Richelieu
Betsy Langman Ensemble
Terry Lomax Ensemble
Karen Ludwig Sister Claire
Richard Lynch Louis XIII
King of France
Erin Martin Sister Louise
John Milligan Louis Trincant
the Public Prosecutor
Clerk
Alan Mixon Bontemps
a jailer
George Morse Ensemble
Robert Nadder Ensemble
Martha Neag Ensemble
P.L. Pfeiffer Ensemble
Julie Prince Ensemble
Robbie Reed Ensemble
Frank Rowley Ensemble
Anna Shaler Sister Gabrielle
Lucretia Simmons Ensemble
Holland Taylor Ensemble
Malcolm Taylor Ensemble
Louis Turenne Prince Henri De Conde
Eugene R. Wood Ensemble
Old Man
Standby: Jenny Egan (Sister Jean of the Angels)
Understudies: Jonathan Fox (Bontemps, De La Rochepozay, Guillame De Cerisay, Richelieu), Linda Geiser (Sister Gabrielle), Tom Klunis (De Laubardemont, Jean D'Armagnac, Prince Henri De Conde), Michael Lombard (Father Barre), Erin Martin (Phillipe Trincant), John Milligan (Father Mignon), Alan Mixon (A Sewerman, Mannoury, Urbain Grandier), George Morse (Adam, Clerk, Father Rangier, Sewerman #2), Frank Rowley (Louis XIII), Anna Shaler (Ninon), Roy Shuman (Bontemps, De La Rochepozay, Guillame De Cerisay, Richelieu), Lucretia Simmons (Sister Claire), Holland Taylor (Sister Louise) and Eugene R. Wood (Father Ambrose, Louis Trincant)