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Conversations With My Father   

Royale Theatre, (3/22/1992 - 3/14/1993)
First Preview: Mar 03, 1992 Total Previews: 30
Opening Date: Mar 22, 1992    
Closing Date: Mar 14, 1993 Total Performances: 402

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: Canal Street in New York City between 1936 and 1976.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President)
Produced by James Walsh
Originally produced by Seattle Repertory Theatre
Written by Herb Gardner
Directed by Daniel Sullivan
Scenic Design by Tony Walton; Costume Design by Robert Wojewodski; Lighting Design by Pat Collins; Sound Design by Michael Holten; Hair Consultant: Dale Brownell; Make-Up Consultant: Michael Laudati
General Manager: James Walsh; Company Manager: Florie Seery
Production Stage Manager: Warren Crane; Assistant Stage Mgr: Anna Jo Gender
Casting: Meg Simon; General Press Representative: Jeffrey Richards Associates; Boxing Coach: Tommy Gallagher; Fight direction by David Leong; Dancing Coach: Felix Fibich; Dialect Coach: Sam Chwat and Randi Weiser; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.
Judd HirschEddie
David MarguliesZaretsky
Tony ShalhoubCharlie
Jason Biggs
Broadway debut
Young Joey
Richard E. CouncilBlue
Peter GeretyFinney the Book
Tony GillanJosh
David KrumholtzYoung Charlie
William Biff McGuireNick
John ProcaccinoJimmy Scalso
Gordana RashovichGusta
Marilyn SokolHannah Di Blindeh
Standby: Sidney Armus (Zaretsky)
Understudies: Robert Canaan (Joey, Josh), Richard E. Council (Jimmy Scalso), Cheryl Giannini (Gusta, Hannah Di Blindeh), John Procaccino (Charlie), Michael M. Ryan (Blue, Finney the Book, Nick) and Tristan Smith (Young Charlie, Young Joey)
Tony Award®
winner 1992 Best Actor in Play [winner] 
  Judd Hirsch
 1992 Best Featured Actor in a Play [nominee] 
  Tony Shalhoub
 1992 Best Direction of a Play [nominee] 
  Daniel Sullivan
Pulitzer Prize
 1992 for Drama [nominee] 
 Written by Herb Gardner