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A Patriot for Me   

 
Imperial Theatre, (10/06/1969 - 11/15/1969)
First Preview: Total Previews: 6
Opening Date: Oct 06, 1969    
Closing Date: Nov 15, 1969 Total Performances: 49

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Setting: Austria-Hungary; Lemberg, Warsaw, Prague, Dresden, Vienna. 1890-1913.



Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by David Merrick Arts Foundation; Associate Producer: Samuel Liff
Written by John Osborne; Incidental music by Laurence Rosenthal
Directed by Peter Glenville
Scenic Design by Oliver Smith; Costume Design by Freddy Wittop; Lighting Design by Thomas Skelton; Make-Up Design by Richard Corson; Hair Design by Vincent Prestia; Sound Design by Tom Hardcastle; Assistant to Mr. Wittop: Joseph E. Miller
General Manager: Jack Schlissel; Company Manager: Richard Highley
Production Stage Manager: Alan Hall; Stage Manager: Geoffrey Johnson; Assistant Stage Mgr: John Handy
Guitar: Frederick Hand; Violin: James Carter and Eric Lewis; Cello: Ruben Rivera
Duel Staged by Rod Colbin; Assistant to the Director: Ronn Forella; General Press Representative: Harvey B. Sabinson and Lee Solters; Press Representative: David Powers; Assistant to the Producer: Helen Nickerson; Advertising: Fred Golden
Cast
Maximilian SchellAlfred Redl
Salome JensCountess Sophia Delyanoff
Dennis KingBaron von Epp
Jered BarclayLudwig Max von Kupfer
Peter BartlettOfficer
Hofburg Guest
Shepherdess
Alan BrasingtonFerdy
Hofburg Guest
Warren BurtonOfficer
Hofburg Guest
Young Man in Cafe
Lady of Fashion
Madlyn CatesAnna
Hofburg Guest
Peter CollySalome
Hofburg Guest
Mariclare CostelloHilde
Staats CotsworthLt. Col. Ludwig von Mohl
Noel Craig2d Lt. Victor Jerzabek
Officer
Hofburg Guest
Shepherdess
Keene CurtisCol. Mischa Oblensky
James DukasStanitsin
Michael GoodwinLt. Stefan Kovacs
Flunkey
John HornAlbrecht
Carl JessopMarie Antoinette
Officer
Hofburg Guest
Tom Lee Jones
Broadway debut
Orthodox Priest
Kupfer's Second
Officer
Hofburg Guest
Private
Boy
Richard JordanAugust Siczynski
Marilyn JosephWhore
Hofburg Guest
Passerby
John KramerAdjutant
Hofburg Guest
Private
Little Boy
Luis Lopez-CeperoHotel Waiter
Hofburg Guest
Shepherdess
Christopher PennockPaul
Flunkey
Little girl
Stefan SchnabelGen. Conrad von Hotzendorf
Hedy SontagWhore
Hofburg Guest
Robert StattelMaximilian von Taussig
Eugene StuckmannEquestrienne
Hofburg Guest
Passerby
Hotel Head Waiter
Brian SturdivantBalkan Chief
Kupfer's Second
Officer
Hofburg Guest
Private
Tom V.V. TammiSteinbauer
Billi VitaliWhore
Hofburg Guest
Inge von ReithWhore
Hofburg Guest
Bryan YoungWaiter at Anna's
Hofburg Guest
Tsarina
Ed ZimmermannJudge Advocate Jaroslav Kunz
Understudies: Peter Bartlett (Boy, Ferdy, Lady of Fashion, Marie Antoinette), Warren Burton (2d Lt. Victor Jerzabek), James Dukas (Hotel Head Waiter), John Handy (Shepherdess, Tsarina), Carl Jessop (Hotel Waiter, Steinbauer), Tom Lee Jones (Lt. Stefan Kovacs, Paul), John Kramer (Judge Advocate Jaroslav Kunz, Ludwig Max von Kupfer), Luis Lopez-Cepero (Albrecht, Salome), Christopher Pennock (August Siczynski, Maximilian von Taussig), Hedy Sontag (Countess Sophia Delyanoff, Hilde), Eugene Stuckmann (Baron von Epp, Col. Mischa Oblensky, Gen. Conrad von Hotzendorf, Lt. Col. Ludwig von Mohl), Brian Sturdivant (Adjutant, Stanitsin, Young Man in Cafe) and Ed Zimmermann (Alfred Redl)
Tony Award®
 1970 Best Featured Actor in a Play [nominee] 
  Dennis King
 1970 Best Costume Design [nominee] 
  Freddy Wittop
Drama Desk Award
winner 1970 Outstanding Costume Design [winner] 
  Freddy Wittop