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All God's Chillun Got Wings   

 
Circle in the Square Theatre, (3/20/1975 - 5/04/1975)
First Preview: Feb 28, 1975 Total Previews: 23
Opening Date: Mar 20, 1975    
Closing Date: May 04, 1975 Total Performances: 53

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Description: Drama of the interracial marriage of childhood sweethearts and its consequences.
Setting: Lower New York City.



Production Staff
Produced by Circle in the Square (Theodore Mann: Artistic Director; Paul Libin: Managing Director)
Written by Eugene O'Neill
Directed by George C. Scott
Scenic Design by Ming Cho Lee; Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt; Lighting Design by Thomas Skelton
Production Stage Manager: Randall Brooks; Stage Manager: James Bernardi
Cast
Ken JenningsShorty
Trish Van DeVereElla Downey
Jimmy BaioYoung Mickey
Verona BarnesStreet Person
Ginny BinderChild
Grace CarrollStreet Person
Robert ChristianJim Harris
Beatrice DunmoreChild
Derrel EdwardsChild
Arthur FrenchStreet Person
Minnie GentryMrs. Harris
Tommy GilchristYoung Shorty
Robert Lee GrantYoung Joe
Susan JayneYoung Ella
Helen JenningsChild
Robert Earl JonesStreet Person
Alice NagelStreet Person
Chuck PattersonWino
Singer
Tim PeltJoe
Kathy RichChild
Tom SminkeyMickey
Ted SnowdonStreet Person
Carl ThomasYoung Jim
Vickie ThomasHattie Harris
Craig WassonHarmonica Player
Singer
Standby: Judith Barcroft (Ella Downey)
Understudies: Verona Barnes (Hattie Harris, Mrs. Harris), Ginny Binder (Young Ella), Derrel Edwards (Young Jim, Young Joe), Chuck Patterson (Jim Harris, Joe) and Craig Wasson (Mickey, Shorty)
Tony Award®
 1975 Best Lighting Design [nominee] 
  Thomas Skelton