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Ambassador Theatre , (10/16/1968 - 12/29/1968)
First Preview: Total Previews:10
Opening Date:Oct 16, 1968   
Closing Date:Dec 29, 1968 Total Performances:85

Category: Play, Satire, Original, Broadway
Setting: The present. The Ambassador Theater, New York City.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by Helen Bonfils, Morton Gottlieb, Harold Leventhal and Joseph Stein
Written by Joseph Heller; Music for the song "Bomb, Bomb, Bombing Along" by Burton Lane; Lyrics for the song "Bomb, Bomb, Bombing Along" by Joseph Heller
Directed by John Hirsch
Scenic Design by William Ritman; Lighting Design by John Gleason; Costume Design by Noel Taylor
General Manager: Richard Seader; Company Manager: Ben Rosenberg
Production Stage Manager: Warren Crane; Stage Manager: Lewis Rosen; Assistant Stage Mgr: David Piel
General Press Representative: Dorothy Ross; Press Associate: Ruth D. Smuckler; Drill Instructor: Maxwell Glanville; Photographer: Bert Andrews; Advertising: Ingram Ash; Assistant to Mr. Stein: Sadie Stein
Cast
Jason Robards Captain Starkey
Diana Sands Ruth
Anthony Holland Corporal Bailey
Ron Leibman Sergeant Henderson
William Roerick The Major
Frank Andre Frank
Victor Arnold Vic
Don Billett Corporal Sinclair
Tom Brannum Private Fisher
Robert Christian Bob
Maxwell Glanville Pfc. Joe Carson
Elek Hartman Golfer
Garry Mitchell Garry
David Piel David
Hansford Rowe Hunter
Gene Scandur Starkey's Son
Dale Williams Young Fisher
Standbys: Alexandra Berlin (Ruth) and John Harkins (Captain Starkey)
Understudies: Frank Andre (Corporal Sinclair, Pfc. Joe Carson), Victor Arnold (Sergeant Henderson), Robert Christian (Corporal Bailey), Elek Hartman (The Major), Garry Mitchell (Golfer, Hunter), David Piel (Private Fisher, Starkey's Son) and Lewis Rosen (Young Fisher)
Theatre World
nominee 1969 Award [recipient]
Ron Leibman
Drama Desk Award
winner 1969 Outstanding Performance [winner]
Performer: Ron Leibman