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The Wild Duck   

 
 
Lyceum Theatre , (1/11/1967 - 6/17/1967)
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Opening Date:Jan 11, 1967   
Closing Date:Jun 17, 1967 Total Performances:45

Category: Play, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in five acts
Setting: The 1880s. Werle's house and later Hjalmar Ekdal's studio in Christiania, Norway.


Production Staff
Produced by APA-Phoenix Repertory Company
Written by Henrik Ibsen; Translated by Eva Le Gallienne
Directed by Stephen Porter
Scenic Design by James Tilton; Costume Design by Nancy Potts; Lighting Design by Gilbert V. Hemsley, Jr.
Cast
Esther Benson Mrs. Sörby
Joseph Bird Relling
Lt. Ekdal Alternate
Dan Bly Chamberlain Kasperson
Graaberg Alternate
Hjalmar Ekdal Alternate
Patricia Conolly Hedvig Alternate
Clayton Corzatte Gregers Werle
Keene Curtis Molvik Alternate
Chamberlain Balle Alternate
Alan Fudge Gentleman
Will Geer Lt. Ekdal Alternate
Gordon Gould Petterson
Gregers Werle Alternate
Werle Alternate
James Greene Gentleman
Molvik Alternate
Chamberlain Balle Alternate
Relling Alternate
Petterson Alternate
Chamberlain Kasperson Alternate
Jennifer Harmon Hedvig
Rosemary Harris Gina Alternate
Nikos Kafkalis Gentleman
Michael Alan MacDonald Gentleman Alternate
Nicholas Martin Molvik
Graaberg Alternate
Betty Miller Gina
Donald Moffat Hjalmar Ekdal
George Pentecost Chamberlain Balle
Molvik Alternate
Stephen Peters Gentleman
Jensen Alternate
Graaberg Alternate
Ellis Rabb Gregers Werle Alternate
James Storm Jensen
Joel Stuart Graaberg
Chamberlain Kasperson Alternate
Jensen Alternate
Dee Victor Mrs. Sörby Alternate
Sydney Walker Lt. Ekdal
Richard Woods Werle
Tony Award®
 1967 Best Actor in Play [nominee]
Donald Moffat
 1967 Best Featured Actor in a Play [nominee]
Sydney Walker
 1967 Best Costume Design [nominee]
Nancy Potts