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The Coast of Utopia [Part 3 - Salvage]   

 

Vivian Beaumont Theatre, (2/18/2007 - 5/13/2007)
First Preview: Jan 31, 2007 Total Previews: 13
Opening Date: Feb 18, 2007    
Closing Date: May 13, 2007 Total Performances: 34

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: London and Geneva, 1853-1866
Comments: "The Coast of Utopia" was considered as one play for the purposes of Tony and Drama Desk nominations. All nominations and awards specific to the series as a whole are listed under "Part 1 - Voyage."



Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by Lincoln Center Theater (André Bishop: Artistic Director; Bernard Gersten: Executive Producer)
Produced by Lincoln Center Theater (André Bishop: Artistic Director; Bernard Gersten: Executive Producer); Produced in association with Bob Boyett
Written by Tom Stoppard
Directed by Jack O'Brien; Associate Director: Benjamin Klein; Assistant Director: Caitlin Moon; Choreographed by Michele Lynch
Scenic Design by Bob Crowley and Scott Pask; Costume Design by Catherine Zuber; Lighting Design by Natasha Katz; Original Music & Sound by Mark Bennett; Associate Scenic Design: Frank McCullough; Assistant Scenic Design: Jeffrey Hinchee and Lauren Alvarez; Associate Costume Design: Michael Zecker; Assistant Costume Design: Michele K. Short; Associate Lighting Design: Aaron Spivey; Assistant Lighting Design: Kathleen Dobbins; Associate Sound Design: Leon Rothenberg and Anthony Smolenski; Projection Design by William Cusick; Associate Projection Design: Ryan Hosopple; Hair and Wig Design by Tom Watson
LCT General Manager: Adam Siegel; Company Manager: Matthew Markoff; Assistant Co. Mgr: Jessica Perlmeter Cochrane; Associate General Manager: Jessica Niebanck
Production Stage Manager: Robert Bennett; LCT Production Manager: Jeff Hamlin; Assistant Stage Mgr: Diane DiVita, Jennifer Rae Moore and Jason Hindelang
Pianist: Dan Lipton; Guitarist: Aaron Krohn; Vocal Music/Instrumental Coach: Dan Lipton
LCT Casting Director: Daniel Swee; LCT Dramaturg: Anne Cattaneo; LCT General Press Agent: Philip Rinaldi; LCT Director of Development: Hattie K. Jutagir; LCT Director of Marketing: Linda Mason Ross; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Photographer: Paul Kolnik; Voice, Speech Consultant: Elizabeth Smith
Cast
Tolan AmanEnglish Servant
Henry
Mary Sutherland's son
Bianca AmatoJoanna Kinkel
Gottfried Kinkel's wife
Mia BarronRose
A parlormaid
Teresina
Herzen's Italian daughter-in-law, Sasha's wife
Larry BullAlexandre Ledru-Rollin
French republican politican
Denis ButkusCaptain Peks
Lajos's aide
Lt. Korf
Polish émigré
at the celebration of the new Tsar
Michael CarlsenTchorzewski
A Polish bookshop owner
Amanda Leigh CobbEnglish Servant
Olga
Alexander Herzen's daughter
Anthony CochraneLajos Kossuth
First President of independent Hungary, in exile
Patricia ConollyMrs. Blainey
An English nanny
David CromwellArnold Ruge
Radical German editor and activist of 1848
Zenkowicz
Chief of Staff to Count Worcell
Adam DannheisserKarl Marx
Author of the Communist Manifesto
Evan DavesSasha, as a child
Matt DicksonSasha
Alexander Herzen's son
English Servant
Richard EastonCount Stanislaw Worcell
Leading figure of the Polish opposition in exile
Jennifer EhleMalwida von Meysenbug
A German governess and tutor
Josh HamiltonNicholas Ogarev
David HarbourDoctor at the Seashore
Jason Butler HarnerIvan Turgenev
Ethan HawkeMichael Bakunin
Vivien KellsOlga, as a young child
Aaron KrohnCzerniecki
A Polish printer
Felicity LaFortuneMaria Fomm
A German nanny
Jennifer LyonEmily Jones
Ernest's wife
David ManisGottfried Kinkel
Radical German poet and activist of 1848
Andrew McGinnNicholas Chernyshevsky
A radical, author of "What Is to Be Done?"
Beckett MelvilleEnsemble
Brían F. O'ByrneAlexander Herzen
Kellie OverbeyMary Sutherland
Ogarev's mistress
Scott ParkinsonSleptsov
Kat PetersTata, as a child
Olga, as a child
Liza
Daughter of Herzen and Natasha Ogarev
David PittuLouis Blanc
French socialist politician
Vetoshnikov
Martha PlimptonNatasha Tuchkov Ogarev
Nicholas' second wife
Annie PurcellTata
Alexander Herzen's daughter
Erika RolfsrudTeresa Kossuth
Lajos' wife
Sophie RudinEnsemble
Brian SgambatiEnglish Servant
Giuseppe Mazzini
Italian nationalist leader in exile
Semlov
Robert StantonErnest Jones
Radical English Chartist politician
Eric Sheffer StevensWaiter
Baylen ThomasAlphonse de Ville
Ledru-Rollin's aide
David Christopher WellsPerotkin
Understudies: Tolan Aman (Sasha, as a child), Bianca Amato (Teresina), Mia Barron (Natasha Tuchkov Ogarev, Tata), Larry Bull (Karl Marx), Denis Butkus (Lajos Kossuth, Sasha), Michael Carlsen (Giuseppe Mazzini, Lt. Korf, Sleptsov), Amanda Leigh Cobb (Emily Jones), Anthony Cochrane (Count Stanislaw Worcell, Zenkowicz), Adam Dannheisser (Michael Bakunin), Matt Dickson (Captain Peks, Polish émigré), Aaron Krohn (Doctor at the Seashore, Nicholas Chernyshevsky), Felicity LaFortune (Mrs. Blainey), Jennifer Lyon (Maria Fomm, Rose), Andrew McGinn (Gottfried Kinkel, Nicholas Ogarev), Beckett Melville (Henry), Scott Parkinson (Arnold Ruge), Annie Purcell (Joanna Kinkel), Erika Rolfsrud (Malwida von Meysenbug, Mary Sutherland, Olga), Sophie Rudin (Liza, Olga, as a child, Olga, as a young child, Tata, as a child), Brian Sgambati (Waiter), Eric Sheffer Stevens (Alexander Herzen, Perotkin, Semlov), Baylen Thomas (Alexandre Ledru-Rollin, Ernest Jones, Ivan Turgenev) and David Christopher Wells (Alphonse de Ville, Czerniecki, Louis Blanc, Vetoshnikov)
Tony Award®
winner 2007 Best Play [winner] 
 Produced by Lincoln Center Theater (André Bishop: Artistic Director; Bernard Gersten: Executive Producer) ;  Produced in association with Bob Boyett ;  Written by Tom Stoppard
 2007 Best Actor in a Play [nominee] 
  Brían F. O'Byrne
 2007 Best Featured Actor in a Play [nominee] 
  Ethan Hawke
winner 2007 Best Featured Actress in a Play [winner] 
  Jennifer Ehle
 2007 Best Featured Actress in a Play [nominee] 
  Martha Plimpton
winner 2007 Best Direction of a Play [winner] 
  Jack O'Brien
winner 2007 Best Scenic Design of a Play [winner] 
 Scenic Design by Bob Crowley and Scott Pask
winner 2007 Best Costume Design of a Play [winner] 
 Costume Design by Catherine Zuber
winner 2007 Best Lighting Design of a Play [winner] 
 Lighting Design by Natasha Katz
Drama Desk Award
winner 2007 Outstanding Play [winner] 
 Produced by Lincoln Center Theater (André Bishop: Artistic Director; Bernard Gersten: Executive Producer) ;  Produced in association with Bob Boyett ;  Written by Tom Stoppard
 2007 Outstanding Actor in a Play [nominee] 
  Brían F. O'Byrne
winner 2007 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play [winner] 
  Martha Plimpton
winner 2007 Outstanding Director of a Play [winner] 
 Directed by Jack O'Brien
winner 2007 Outstanding Set Design of a Play [winner] 
 Scenic Design by Bob Crowley and Scott Pask
winner 2007 Outstanding Costume Design [winner] 
  Catherine Zuber
winner 2007 Outstanding Lighting Design [winner] 
  Natasha Katz
 2007 Outstanding Sound Design [nominee] 
 Original Music & Sound by Mark Bennett
winner 2007 Outstanding Music for a Play [winner] 
 Original Music & Sound by Mark Bennett