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The Man in the Glass Booth   

 
Royale Theatre, (9/26/1968 - 5/17/1969)
First Preview: Total Previews: 12
Opening Date: Sep 26, 1968    
Closing Date: May 17, 1969 Total Performances: 264

Category: Play, Original, Broadway



Production Staff
Produced by Ivor David Balding & Associates, Ltd., Edward M. Meyers and Leslie Ogden; Produced in association with Peter Bridge and Glasshouse Productions
Written by Robert Shaw
Directed by Harold Pinter
Scenic Design by Ed Wittstein; Costume Design by Joseph G. Aulisi; Lighting Design by Jules Fisher
Production Stage Manager: John Drew Devereaux
Press Representative: Michael Alpert
Cast
F. Murray AbrahamTzelniker
Rudin
Walter AllenGuard
Robert AnthonyGuard
Madison ArnoldJack
Marowski
Clinton AtkinsonSergeant
Graham BrownSam
John CoeFlower Man
Michael EbertDurer
Ronnie L. GilbertMrs. Rosen
Jack HollanderDr. Kessel
Prosecutor
Tresa HughesMrs. Lehmann
Ben KapenJudge
Paul ManfredSteiger
Donald PleasenceArthur Goldman
Lawrence PressmanCharlie Cohn
Martin RudyJudge
Florence TarlowMrs. Levi
Boris TumarinPresiding Judge
Abe VigodaLandau
Understudies: John Coe (Arthur Goldman), Ben Kapen (Charlie Cohn, Jack, Marowski, Rudin, Tzelniker), Martin Rudy (Dr. Kessel, Presiding Judge, Prosecutor) and Florence Tarlow (Mrs. Lehmann, Mrs. Rosen)
Tony Award®
 1969 Best Play [nominee] 
 Written by Robert Shaw ;  Produced by Ivor David Balding & Associates, Ltd. , Edward M. Meyers and Leslie Ogden ;  Produced in association with Peter Bridge and Glasshouse Productions
 1969 Best Actor in Play [nominee] 
  Donald Pleasence
 1969 Best Direction of a Play [nominee] 
  Harold Pinter
Drama Desk Award
winner 1969 Outstanding Performance [winner] 
 Performer: Donald Pleasence