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The Glass Menagerie   

Eugene O'Neill Theatre, (12/01/1983 - 2/19/1984)
First Preview: Nov 24, 1983 Total Previews: 8
Opening Date: Dec 01, 1983    
Closing Date: Feb 19, 1984 Total Performances: 92

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Description: Part I: Preparation for a Gentleman Caller. Part II: The Gentleman Calls.
Setting: An Alley in St. Louis. The Past.

Production Staff [Collapse]
Theatre Owned / Operated by Jujamcyn Theaters (under the direction of Richard G. Wolff, President)
Produced by Elizabeth I. McCann, Nelle Nugent, Maurice Rosenfield, Lois F. Rosenfield and Ray Larsen
Written by Tennessee Williams; Incidental music by Paul Bowles; Music arranged by Michael Dansicker
Directed by John Dexter
Scenic Design by Ming Cho Lee; Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt; Lighting Design by Andy Phillips; Sound Design by Otts Munderloh; Projections produced by Wendall Harrington; Hair Design by Phyllis Della; Ms. Tandy's wig by Paul Huntley
General Manager: McCann & Nugent Productions, Inc.; Company Manager: Susan Gustafson
Production Stage Manager: William Chance; Stage Manager: Bonnie Panson
Music adapted by Michael Dansicker
Glass figurines from The Glass Garden
Production Coordinator: Mary Nealon; General Press Representative: Solters / Roskin / Friedman, Inc., Joshua Ellis and Louise Ment; Advertising: Serino, Coyne & Nappi; Photographer: Ken Howard; Voice and Dialect Consultant: Cindia Huppeler; Poster Design by Gilbert Lesser
Jessica TandyThe Mother
Amanda Wingfield
Bruce DavisonThe Son
Tom Wingfield
John HeardThe Gentleman Caller
Jim O'Connor
Amanda PlummerThe Daughter
Laura Wingfield
Standby: Kymberly Dakin (The Daughter), Mary Doyle (The Mother), Alfred Karl (The Son) and Bennett Liss (The Gentleman Caller)