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A Texas Trilogy: The Last Meeting of the Knights of the White Magnolia   
Three Full Length-Plays in Repertory

 
 
Broadhurst Theatre , (9/22/1976 - 10/31/1976)
First Preview:Sep 17, 1976 Total Previews:2
Opening Date:Sep 22, 1976   
Closing Date:Oct 31, 1976 Total Performances:22

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: Bradleyville, Texas, 1962. Meeting room of the "Knights of the White Magnolia" on the third floor of the Cattleman's Hotel.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by Robert Whitehead and Roger L. Stevens
Originally produced by The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Written by Preston Jones
Directed by Alan Schneider; Assistant Director: Joan Thorne
Scenic Design by Ben Edwards; Lighting Design by Ben Edwards; Costume Design by Jane Greenwood; Hair Design by Steve Atha
General Manager: Oscar E. Olesen; Company Manager: James Walsh
Production Stage Manager: William Dodds; Stage Manager: Charles Kindl and Stephen Nasuta
General Press Representative: Seymour Krawitz; Casting: Terry Fay; Press Representative: Patricia McLean Krawitz and Louise Ment; Assistant to Mr. Whitehead: Doris Blum; Assistant to Mr. Stevens: Jean Bankier; Assistant to the Director: Beverly Shatto; Advertising: Lawrence Weiner and Associates and Norman Weiner; Speech Consultant: Robert Williams
Cast
Henderson Forsythe L. D. Alexander
Fred Gwynne Colonel J. C. Kinkaid
Patrick Hines Red Grover
Thomas Toner Olin Potts
Graham Beckel Skip Hampton
Walter Flanagan Rufe Phelps
John Marriott Ramsey Eyes
Josh Mostel Milo Crawford
Paul O'Keefe Lonnie Roy McNeil
Standbys: Charles Kindl (Lonnie Roy McNeil, Milo Crawford, Olin Potts), William LeMassena (Colonel J. C. Kinkaid), Everett McGill (Skip Hampton), Earl Sydnor (Ramsey Eyes) and Joseph Warren (L. D. Alexander, Red Grover, Rufe Phelps)
Drama Desk Award
 1977 Outstanding Actor in a Play [nominee]
Fred Gwynne
winner 1977 Outstanding Director of a Play [winner]
Directed by Alan Schneider
winner 1977 Outstanding New Play (American) [winner]
Produced by Robert Whitehead and Roger L. Stevens; Written by Preston Jones