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Circle in the Square Theatre, (5/18/1974 - 8/31/1974)
First Preview: May 14, 1974 Total Previews: 6
Opening Date: May 18, 1974    
Closing Date: Aug 31, 1974 Total Performances: 121

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: Naples

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Circle in the Square (under the direction of Theodore Mann and Paul Libin)
Produced by Circle in the Square (Theodore Mann: Artistic Director; Paul Libin: Managing Director)
Originally produced by The Young Vic (Frank Dunlop: Director)
Adapted from the 1671 Commedia dell'Arte play "Les Fourberies de Scapin" by Molière; Book adapted by Jim Dale and Frank Dunlop; Incidental music by Jim Dale
Directed by Frank Dunlop
Scenic Design by Carl Toms; Costume Design by Carl Toms; Lighting Design by David Watson
Company Manager: William Conn
Production Stage Manager: Lawrence Spiegel; Stage Manager: Gordon Monsen
Circle in the Square General Press Representative: Merle Debuskey; Press Representative: Susan L. Schulman; Advertising: Blaine-Thompson and Don Josephson
Jim DaleScapino
servant of Geronte
Jenny AustenWaitress
Paul BrookeGeronte
Alan CoatesWaiter
George ConnollyWaiter
Christopher HastingsOttavio
son of Argante
Hugh HastingsHeadwaiter
Jeremy James-TaylorLeandro
son of Geronte
Raymond PlattCarlo
Gavin ReedSylvestro
servant of Argante, friend to Scapino
Cleo SylvestreZerbinetta
a gypsy, beloved of Leandro
Lotti TaylorNurse
Ian TriggerArgante
Tammy UstinovGiacinta
Tony Award®
 1975 Best Actor in Play [nominee] 
  Jim Dale
 1975 Best Direction of a Play [nominee] 
  Frank Dunlop
Drama Desk Award
winner 1974 Outstanding Performance [winner] 
 Performer: Jim Dale
winner 1974 Outstanding Director [winner] 
 Directed by Frank Dunlop