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Vivian Beaumont Theatre , (11/17/1983 - 4/28/1984)
First Preview:Oct 24, 1983 Total Previews:29
Opening Date:Nov 17, 1983   
Closing Date:Apr 28, 1984 Total Performances:187

Category: Musical, Opera, Original, Broadway


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Theatre Owned / Operated by Lincoln Center Theater
Produced by Alexander H. Cohen and Hildy Parks; Produced in association with James L. Nederlander and Arthur Rubin; Co - Producer: Roy A. Somlyo
Originally presented at The Bouffes du Nord by the Théâtre National de L'Opéra de Paris; Orignally presented at the Centre International des Créations Théâtrales (Micheline Rozan, Producer)
Music by Georges Bizet; Lyrics by Georges Bizet; Book adapted by Marius Constant, Jean-Claude Carrière and Peter Brook; Musical Director: Marius Constant
Directed by Peter Brook; Associate Director: Maurice Benichou
Costume Design by Chloé Obolensky; Scenic Design by Jean-Guy Lecat
Company Manager: Jodi Moss
Technical Director: Jean-Guy Lecat; Production Stage Manager: Robert L. Borod; Technical Coordinator: Arthur Siccardi; Stage Manager: Christopher A. Cohen
Conducted by Randall Behr and Roger Cantrell
Artistic Advisor: Bernard Lefort; Press Representative: Merle Debuskey Associates and David Roggensack; Production Associate: Seymour Herscher; Advertising: Ash / LeDonne and Scott Mauro; Casting Consultant: Columbia Artists Management; Special Casting Services: Simon & Kumin Casting, Inc.
Cast
Anne-Christine Biel Micaëla Alternate
Evan Bortnick Don José Alternate
Cynthia Clarey Carmen Alternate
Laurence Dale Don José Alternate
Hélène Delavault Carmen Alternate
Jean-Paul Denizon Lt. Zuniga Alternate
Véronique Dietschy Micaëla Alternate
Carl Johan Falkman Escamillo Alternate
Jake Gardner Escamillo Alternate
Emily Golden Carmen Alternate
Howard Hensel Don José Alternate
James Hoback Don José Alternate
Agnès Host Micaëla Alternate
Andreas Katsulas Lt. Zuniga Alternate
Old Woman Alternate
Garcia Alternate
Lillas Pastia Alternate
Ronald Madden Escamillo Alternate
Alain Maratrat Lillas Pastia Alternate
Beverly Morgan Micaëla Alternate
Peter Puzzo Don José Alternate
John Rath Escamillo Alternate
Eva Saurova Carmen Alternate
Patricia Schuman Carmen Alternate
Tapa Sudana Garcia Alternate
Tony Award®
nominee 1984 Special Award [recipient]
La Tragedie de Carmen (for outstanding achievement in musical theatre)
Drama Desk Award
winner 1984 Unique Theatrical Experience [winner]
Produced by Alexander H. Cohen, Hildy Parks and Roy A. Somlyo; Produced in association with James L. Nederlander and Arthur Rubin