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This production played in repertory with The Visit, Chemin de Fer

Ethel Barrymore Theatre, (12/26/1973 - 2/16/1974)
First Preview: Total Previews: 7
Opening Date: Dec 26, 1973    
Closing Date: Feb 16, 1974 Total Performances: 28

Category: Play, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: A room on the third floor and a room on the top floor of Edward Seton's House in New York City in December 1928.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Executive Directors: Irving Goldman, Bernard B. Jacobs, Gerald Schoenfeld)
Produced by New Phoenix Repertory Co. (T. Edward Hambleton, Michael Montel: managing directors; Harold Prince, Stephen Porter: artistic directors)
Written by Philip Barry
Directed by Michael Montel
Scenic Design by Edward Burbridge; Costume Design by Donald Brooks; Lighting Design by Ken Billington; Assistant to Mr. Burbridge: John Dapper; Assistant to Mr. Brooks: Clifford Capone; Assistant to Mr. Billington: Judith Binus; Hair and Wig Design by Paul Huntley Productions, Inc.
General Manager: Marilyn S. Miller; Assistant Gen. Mgr: John Wessel
Production Stage Manager: Murray Gitlin; Stage Manager: Louis Pulvino; Assistant Stage Mgr: Val Mayer
Music Consultant: Paul Gemignani
Press Representative: Mary Bryant and Shirley Herz; Assistant Press Representative: Bill Evans; Advertising: Blaine-Thompson; Photographer: Van Williams
David DukesNick Potter
George EdeEdward Seton
Bonnie GallupSusan Potter
John GloverJohnny Case
Nicholas HormannCharles
Curt KaribalisSeton Cram
Bill MoorHenry
Charlotte MooreLinda Seton
Robin Pearson RoseJulia Seton
Thomas A. StewartNed Seton
Ellen TovattLaura Cram
Understudies: David Dukes (Johnny Case), Peter Friedman (Seton Cram), Nicholas Hormann (Ned Seton), Valentine Mayer (Nick Potter) and Bill Moor (Edward Seton)