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Circle in the Square Theatre, (6/26/1975 - 8/24/1975)
First Preview: May 30, 1975 Total Previews: 23
Opening Date: Jun 26, 1975    
Closing Date: Aug 24, 1975 Total Performances: 71

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Setting: Willy Loman's house and yard, and various places in New York City and Boston. The late 1940's.



Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Circle in the Square (under the direction of Theodore Mann and Paul Libin)
Produced by Circle in the Square (Theodore Mann: Artistic Director; Paul Libin: Managing Director)
Written by Arthur Miller; Incidental music by Craig Wasson
Directed by George C. Scott
Scenic Design by Marjorie Kellogg; Lighting Design by Thomas Skelton; Costume Design by Arthur Boccia
Company Manager: William Conn
Production Stage Manager: Randall Brooks; Stage Manager: James Bernardi
Circle in the Square General Press Representative: Merle Debuskey; Press Representative: Susan L. Schulman; Circle in the Square Advertising: Don Josephson and Blaine-Thompson; Assistant to the Managing Director: Alan Wasser; Photographer: Inge Morath
Cast
Ramon BieriUncle Ben
James FarentinoBiff
Harvey KeitelHappy
George C. ScottWilly Loman
Teresa WrightLinda
Arthur FrenchCharley
Julie GarfieldSecond Woman
Bara-Cristin HansenMiss Forsythe
Helen HarrelsonJenny
Joanne JonasLetta
Mordecai LawnerStanley
Pirie MacDonaldHoward Wagner
Chuck PattersonBernard
Patricia QuinnFirst Woman
Craig WassonWaiter
Standby: Roy Poole (Willy Loman)
Understudies: Katherine De Hetre (Letta, Miss Forsythe), Michael Durrell (Howard Wagner, Stanley), Arthur French (Bernard, Charley), Helen Harrelson (Linda) and Bruce Weitz (Biff, Happy)
Tony Award®
 1976 Best Actor in Play [nominee] 
  George C. Scott