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Dinner at Eight   

Alvin Theatre, (9/27/1966 - 1/14/1967)
First Preview: Sep 17, 1966 Total Previews: 9
Opening Date: Sep 27, 1966    
Closing Date: Jan 14, 1967 Total Performances: 127

Category: Play, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts

Production Staff
Produced by Elliot Martin, Lester Osterman, Jr., Alan King and Walter A. Hyman, Ltd.; Associate Producer: Leonid Kipnis and Fred J. Antkies
Written by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber; Original music composed by: Mark Lawrence
Directed by Tyrone Guthrie
Scenic Design by David Hays; Costume Design by Ray Diffen; Lighting Design by David Hays
Production Stage Manager: Frederic de Wilde; Stage Manager: Frank Hamilton and Wally Peterson
Press Representative: Nat Dorfman and Irvin Dorfman
Judith BarcroftPaula Jordan
Robert BurrDan Packard
John CarpenterJoe Stengel
Mindy CarsonLucy Talbot
Marilyn ClarkMiss Alden
Niki FlacksTina
Ruth FordHattie Loomis
Arlene FrancisCarlotta Vance
Kenneth FrankelThe Waiter
June HavocMillicent Jordan
Edward HolmesMr. Fitch
John Randolph JonesGustave
Daniel KeyesMr. Fosdick
Ed Loomis
Phil LeedsMax Kane
Jeffrey LynnDr. J. Wayne Talbot
Joseph MascoloRicci
Darren McGavinLarry Renault
Lucille PattonMiss Copeland
Wally PetersonMr. Hatfield
Jack PickettThe Bellboy
Walter PidgeonOliver Jordan
April ShawhanDora
Pamela TiffinKitty Packard
Blanche YurkaMrs. Wendel
Understudies: John Carpenter (Dan Packard, Larry Renault), Marilyn Clark (Hattie Loomis, Millicent Jordan), Niki Flacks (Dora, Kitty Packard, Paula Jordan), Edward Holmes (Dr. J. Wayne Talbot, Oliver Jordan), Marjorie Martin (Lucy Talbot, Miss Alden, Miss Copeland, Tina), Lucille Patton (Carlotta Vance, Mrs. Wendel) and Jack Pickett (Gustave, Ricci)
Theatre World
winner 1967 Award [recipient] 
  Pamela Tiffin