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Elizabeth I   

 
Lyceum Theatre , (4/05/1972 - 4/08/1972)
First Preview:Mar 28, 1972 Total Previews:11
Opening Date:Apr 05, 1972   
Closing Date:Apr 08, 1972 Total Performances:5

Category: Play, Play with music, Original, Broadway
Setting: Late 1500s, the apogee of Elizabeth's reign. A touring company of Elizabethan players performing their version of "Elizabeth I" on a street platform in Shoreditch, London.
Comments: Parts in "Elizabeth I" are interchangeable


Production Staff
Produced by Edgar Lansbury, Stuart Duncan and Joseph Beruh; Associate Producer: Edwin Gifford and Michael Gifford
Written by Paul Foster; Incidental music by David Sheridan Spangler
Directed by John-Michael Tebelak
Scenic Design by Robbie Anton; Costume Design by Susan Tsu; Lighting Design by Roger Morgan; Sound Design by Jack Shearing
Production Stage Manager: Gail Bell
Musician: David Sheridan Spangler, Michael Myers, Charles Macety and Tom Everett
Press Representative: Max Eisen and Milly Schoenbaum
Cast
Jeff Chandler King Philip
God
Headsman
Pipesmoker
Jerry Cunliffe Burghley
Nostradamus
Adelantade-Admiral
Cambridge Dean
Muscovite
Tom Everett Hatton
Feria
Dauphin
Earth
Paulet
Martin-Admiral
Crest Keeper
Cambridge Don
Donald Forrest Francis Bacon
Pope Gregory XIII
Whitgift-Archbishop of Canterbury
Jerry Glover Leicester
Lord Mayor
Pipesmoker 2
d'Aubigny
Charles Haid Bowyer
Stubbes
Walsingham
Sun
Lazarus Tucker
Jeanette Landis Queen Catherine
Queen Elizabeth I
Ruby Lynn Reyner Mary of Scotland
Sky
Laundress
Pipesmoker 3
Dawn Siebel Witch
Moon
Mousorsky
Pipesmoker 4
Hervé Villechaize Cecil
Dwarf
Warsavite
Spanish Cardinal
Penelope Windust Elizabeth the Player Queen
Standby: James Richardson
Tony Award®
 1973 Best Featured Actress in a Play [nominee]
Penelope Windust