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John Golden Theatre , (1/03/1980 - 2/03/1980)
First Preview:Dec 22, 1979 Total Previews:13
Opening Date:Jan 03, 1980   
Closing Date:Feb 03, 1980 Total Performances:36

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Setting: The living room of the Farrelly country house, about twenty miles from Washington, DC. The time is late spring, 1940.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President)
Produced by Lester Osterman, Marc Howard and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; Produced in association with Spencer H. Berlin
Originally produced by The Long Wharf Theatre (M. Edgar Rosenblum, Executive Director; Arvin Brown, Artistic Director)
Written by Lillian Hellman; "Soldier's Song" composed by Thomas Fay
Directed by Arvin Brown
Scenic Design by John Jensen; Costume Design by Bill Walker; Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace; Hair and Wig Design by Paul Huntley
General Manager: Soloway / Francis
Production Supervisor: Anne Keefe; Assistant Stage Mgr: Leon Gagliardi
Dialect Consultant: Elizabeth Smith; General Press Representative: Jeffrey Richards Associates, Warren Knowlton, Robert Ganshaw, Alan Eichler and Helen Stern; Advertising: Ash / LeDonne
Cast
Joyce Ebert Sara Muller
Fanny's daughter
Jill Eikenberry Marthe de Brancovis
a countess
Mary Fogarty Anise
the housekeeper
George Hearn Kurt Muller
Sara's husband
Robert Judd Joseph
the butler
Mark McLaughlin Joshua Muller
elder son of Kurt and Sara
Jan Miner Fanny Farrelly
Bobby Scott Bodo Muller
younger son of Kurt and Sara
Monica Snowden Babette Muller
daughter of Kurt and Sara
Joel Stedman David Farrelly
Fanny's son
Harris Yulin Teck de Brancovis
Marthe's husband, the count
Tony Award®
 1980 Best Featured Actor in a Play [nominee]
George Hearn