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The Incomparable Max   

Royale Theatre, (10/19/1971 - 11/06/1971)
First Preview: Oct 09, 1971 Total Previews: 10
Opening Date: Oct 19, 1971    
Closing Date: Nov 06, 1971 Total Performances: 23

Category: Play, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by Michael Abbott, Rocky A. Aoki and Jerry Hammer; Associate Producer: Donald Sheff
Written by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee; Based on stories by Max Beerbohm
Directed by Gerald Freedman
Scenic Design by David Mitchell; Costume Design by Theoni V. Aldredge; Lighting Design by Martin Aronstein; Special Sound: James Reichert; Mr. Kiley's make-up created by Bob Laden
General Manager: Al Goldin
Production Stage Manager: Alan Hall; Stage Manager: Mary Porter Hall; Assistant Stage Mgr: Stephen Schnetzer
Press Representative: David Powers; Assistant to Mr. Abbott: Evelyn Petrillo; Assistant to Mr. Freedman: Kelly English; Casting: Frederick Brahms; Advertising: The Blaine Thompson Agency
Richard KileyEnoch Soames
A. V. Laider
Clive RevillMax Beerbohm
Martyn GreenThe Man
Col. Elbourne
Constance CarpenterMrs. Elbourne
Michael EganWilliam Rothenstein
John FitzgibbonLibrary Clerk
Young Man
Fionnuala FlanaganGirl Library Attendant
Mrs. Blake
Christina GillespieUsher
Claude HortonTheatergoer
Donald MaryeHotel Clerk
Uncle Sydney
Betty SinclairTheatergoer's wife
Rex ThompsonMr. Blake
Louis TurenneLewis
a waiter
Standby: Robert Stattel (A. V. Laider, Enoch Soames, Max Beerbohm)
Understudies: Constance Carpenter (Theatergoer's wife), Michael Egan (Col. Elbourne), John Fitzgibbon (Mr. Blake), Fionnuala Flanagan (Girl-in-a-Hurry, Maid, Usher), Christina Gillespie (Girl Library Attendant, Mrs. Blake), Claude Horton (Uncle Sydney), Donald Marye (Theatergoer), Stephen Schnetzer (Frenchman, Lewis), Betty Sinclair (Mrs. Elbourne), Rex Thompson (Library Clerk, Young Man) and Louis Turenne (The Man, William Rothenstein)