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The Miser   

Circle in the Square Theatre , (10/11/1990 - 12/30/1990)
First Preview: Total Previews:23
Opening Date:Oct 11, 1990   
Closing Date:Dec 30, 1990 Total Performances:93

Category: Play, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Setting: The Miser's Home, the 17th Century.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Circle in the Square (under the direction of Theodore Mann and Paul Libin)
Produced by Circle in the Square (Theodore Mann: Artistic Director; Paul Libin: Producing Director)
Written by Molière; Translated by John Wood
Directed by Stephen Porter
Scenic Design by James Morgan; Costume Design by Gail Brassard; Lighting Design by Mary Jo Dondlinger; Hair Design by Cindy Demand; Assistant to Scenic Designer: Steven Perry; Assistant to the Scenic Designer: Edmund A. LeFevre, Jr. and John Shimrock; Assistant to the Lighting Designer: Steven Rust; Assistant to the Costume Designer: Charlotte Yetman and David Brooks
Company Manager: Susan Elrod
Production Stage Manager: Wm. Hare; Assistant Stage Mgr: Alex Scott
Casting: Hughes / Moss Casting; General Press Representative: Merle Debuskey; Press Representative: Susan Chicoine; Advertising: The Golden Group; Voice and Speech Consultant: K.C. Ligon
This production made possible by a grant from Jewels of Charity
Philip Bosco Harpagon
Mia Dillon Elise
Carole Shelley Frosine
Christian Baskous Valere
Tom Brennan Police Officer
Bill Buell Maitre Simon
Officer's Assistant
Thomas Gibson Cleante
Joseph Jamrog La Merluche
John Christopher Jones Maitre Jacques
John MacKay Anselme
Adam Redfield La Fleche
Jennifer Roblin Dame Claude
Tracy Sallows Marianne
Willis Sparks Brindavoine
Understudies: Bill Buell (La Fleche, Maitre Jacques), Joseph Jamrog (Anselme, Police Officer), John MacKay (Harpagon), Lucy Martin (Dame Claude, Frosine), Jennifer Roblin (Elise, Marianne), Willis Sparks (Cleante, Valere) and John Tyrrell (Brindavoine, La Merluche, Maitre Simon, Officer's Assistant)