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Timon of Athens   

 
Lyceum Theatre , (11/04/1993 - 12/05/1993)
First Preview:Oct 19, 1993 Total Previews:16
Opening Date:Nov 04, 1993   
Closing Date:Dec 05, 1993 Total Performances:39

Category: Play, Tragedy, Original, Broadway


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President)
Produced by National Actors Theatre (Tony Randall, Founder and Artistic Advisor; Michael Langham, Artistic Advisor; Fred Walker, Managing Director)
The essence of this production was originated and nurtured at The Stratford Festival of Canada
Written by William Shakespeare; Incidental music by Duke Ellington
Directed by Michael Langham; Choreographed by George Faison; Assistant Director: Mark Vietor
Scenic Design by Douglas Stein; Costume Design by Ann Hould-Ward; Lighting Design by Richard Nelson; Sound Design by Keith Handegord
General Manager: Niko Associates, Inc. (Manny Kladitis, Founder and President); Company Manager: Brig Berney; Executive Producer: Manny Kladitis
Production Stage Manager: Michael Ritchie; Technical Supervisor: Technical Theater Services, Ltd.; Production Manager: John H. Paull, III and Rhys Williams; Technical Director: Robert Parks Johnson; Production Supervisor: Suzanne Prueter
Music adapted by Stanley Silverman
Special Effects by Gregory Meeh
Casting: Elizabeth R. Woodman; Fight Staging by B. H. Barry; General Press Representative: Springer Associates, Inc.
Cast
Brian Bedford Timon
Brian Evaret Chandler Philotus
Servant to Sempronius
Jefrey Alan Chandler A Painter
Representative of Isidore's
Michael Cumpsty Alcibiades
An Army Captain
Andi Davis Phrynia
John Dybdahl Citizen
Evelyn W. Ebo Dancer
Herb Foster First Senator
State
John Franklyn-Robbins Apemantus
A Cynic
Annette Helde Timandra
Francis Henry Soldier
Ted Hoffstatter Citizen
Richard Holmes Hortensius
Servant to Lucullus
Nicholas Kepros Sempronius
Tom Lacy Lucullus
Jerry Lanning A Merchant
Leo Leyden Third Senator
Church
Michael Lombard Lucius
Tim MacDonald Ventidius
Servant to Timon
Alec Mapa Flaminius
Servant to Timon
Jesse L. Martin Alcibiades' Officer
Second Masseur
Rod McLachlan A Photographer
Cupid
Mark Niebuhr Caphis
An Officer
Bandit
Alec Phoenix A Jeweller
Bandit
Michael Rudko Second Senator
Military
Jack Ryland Flavius
Timon's Steward
Rebecca Sherman Dancer
Kevin Shinick Soldier
Derek Smith A Poet
Representative of Varro's
Michael Stuhlbarg An Old Athenian
First Masseur
Bandit
Stevi Van Meter Dancer
Michael Wiggins Servilius
Servant to Timon
John Burton Willson Citizen
Understudies: Brian Evaret Chandler (Second Masseur, Soldier), Andi Davis (Timandra), Annette Helde (Phrynia), Richard Holmes (A Painter, First Senator, Representative of Isidore's), Martin Kildare (Bandit, First Masseur, Ventidius), Tim MacDonald (Flavius), Alec Mapa (A Photographer, Cupid, Soldier), Jesse L. Martin (Alcibiades), Rod McLachlan (Lucius, Second Senator), Mark Niebuhr (Lucullus, Third Senator), Alec Phoenix (A Poet, Representative of Varro's), Blake Robison (A Jeweller, A Merchant, Bandit, Hortensius), Michael Rudko (Apemantus, Sempronius), Kevin Shinick (Bandit, Caphis, Flaminius, Servilius), Derek Smith (Timon) and Michael Wiggins (Philotus, Soldier)
Tony Award®
 1994 Best Revival of a Play [nominee]
Produced by National Actors Theatre (Tony Randall, Founder and Artistic Advisor; Michael Langham, Artistic Advisor; Fred Walker, Managing Director)
 1994 Best Actor in Play [nominee]
Brian Bedford
 1994 Best Direction of a Play [nominee]
Michael Langham
Drama Desk Award
 1994 Outstanding Play Revival [nominee]
Produced by National Actors Theatre (Tony Randall, Founder and Artistic Advisor; Michael Langham, Artistic Advisor; Fred Walker, Managing Director)
 1994 Outstanding Actor in a Play [nominee]
Brian Bedford
 1994 Outstanding Music in a Play [nominee]
Incidental music by Duke Ellington; Music adapted by Stanley Silverman