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Palace Theatre , (2/24/1977 - 3/05/1977)
First Preview:Feb 07, 1977 Total Previews:20
Opening Date:Feb 24, 1977   
Closing Date:Mar 05, 1977 Total Performances:12

Category: Play, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in five acts
Setting: Palace courtyard on the Syrian border of Egypt, 48 B.C.; The Sphinx in the desert; The Throne-room in the Palace


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Messrs. Nederlander
Produced by Elliot Martin, Gladys Rackmil and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; Produced in association with James M. Nederlander
Written by George Bernard Shaw; Incidental music by Conrad Susa
Directed by Ellis Rabb
Scenic Design by Ming Cho Lee; Costume Design by Jane Greenwood; Lighting Design by Thomas Skelton; Hair and Wig Design by Paul Huntley; Make-Up Design by Esther Teller
General Manager: Leonard A. Mulhern and Maurice Schaded; Company Manager: James Mennen
Production Stage Manager: William Dodds; Stage Manager: Michael Schaefer and Ian Stuart; Assistant Stage Mgr: Joseph Scalzo and Richard Delahanty
General Press Representative: Betty Lee Hunt and Maria Pucci; Casting: Marjorie Martin; Movement directed by Al Sambogna; Speech Consultant: Edith Skinner; Advertising: Hy Jacobs and Lawrence Weiner and Associates
Cast
Elizabeth Ashley Cleopatra
Rex Harrison Julius Caesar
Paul Hecht Rufio
Phil Becker Roman Soldier
John Bergstrom Lucius Septimus
Ken Bonafons Roman Soldier
Eric Booth Slave
Gerald Graham Brown Roman Soldier
Scott Bryce Roman Soldier
Roger Campo Ptolemy
Thom Christopher Apollodorus
Mike Dantuono Achillas
Patrick Hines Pothinus
Jim Horn Roman Soldier
Joel Leffert Roman Soldier
Richard Livert Roman Soldier
Linda Martin Charmian
Novella Nelson Ftatateeta
Chief Nurse to Cleopatra
Edwin Owens Roman Sentinel
Lenny Reggia Roman Soldier
Cain Richards Slave
Priest
William Robertson Theodotus
Paul Rosson Major Domo
Kyle Samperton Roman Soldier
Joseph Scalzo Slave
Pawnee Sills Court Lady
Ian Stuart Priest
Charles Turner Nubian Slave
Musician
James Valentine Britannus
Fiddle Viracola Iris
Understudies: Eric Booth (Apollodorus, Lucius Septimus), Linda Martin (Cleopatra), Edwin Owens (Achillas, Rufio), Cain Richards (Nubian Slave), Paul Rosson (Pothinus, Theodotus), Pawnee Sills (Charmian, Ftatateeta, Iris), Ian Stuart (Britannus), Charles Turner (Roman Sentinel), James Valentine (Julius Caesar) and Christopher Weddle (Ptolemy)