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The Crucible   

Vivian Beaumont Theatre, (4/27/1972 - 6/03/1972)
First Preview: Total Previews: 13
Opening Date: Apr 27, 1972    
Closing Date: Jun 03, 1972 Total Performances: 44

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Setting: Salem, Massachusetts. 1692.

Production Staff
Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Jules Irving and Robert Symonds)
Written by Arthur Miller
Directed by John Berry
Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner; Costume Design by Carrie Fishbein Robbins; Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner
Production Stage Manager: Patrick Horrigan; Stage Manager: Barbara-Mae Phillips
Voice Director: Roland Gagnon
Philip BoscoReverend John Hale
Crickett CoanSusanna Walcott
Jerome DempseyReverend Samuel Parris
Kathleen DoyleMercy Lewis
Stephen ElliottDeputy-Governor Danforth
Pauline FlanaganAnn Putnam
Robert FoxworthJohn Proctor
Richard GreeneEzekiel Cheever
Ben HammerThomas Putnam
Nora HeflinMary Warren
Martha HenryElizabeth Proctor
Richard KlineMarshall Herrick
Aline MacMahonRebecca Nurse
Theresa MerrittTituba
Stuart PankinHopkins
Pamela Payton-WrightAbigail Williams
Robert PhalenJudge Hawthorne
Wendell PhillipsFrancis Nurse
Doris RichSarah Good
Alexandra StoddartBetty Parris
Sydney WalkerGiles Corey
Mark WoodsDeputy
Understudies: Crickett Coan (Abigail Williams), Kathleen Doyle (Mary Warren), Richard Greene (John Proctor), John Newton (Deputy-Governor Danforth, Francis Nurse, Giles Corey), Stuart Pankin (Reverend Samuel Parris, Thomas Putnam), Robert Phalen (Reverend John Hale), Louise Stubbs (Tituba) and Barbara Tarbuck (Ann Putnam, Elizabeth Proctor, Sarah Good)
Theatre World
winner 1972 Award [recipient] 
  Robert Foxworth