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The Seagull   

 
Lyceum Theatre , (11/29/1992 - 1/10/1993)
First Preview:Nov 17, 1992 Total Previews:15
Opening Date:Nov 29, 1992   
Closing Date:Jan 10, 1993 Total Performances:49

Category: Play, Drama, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Setting: The action takes place in Sorin's country place.


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)
Written by Anton Chekhov; Translated by David French; Incidental music by Peter Kater
Directed by Marshall W. Mason
Scenic Design by Marjorie Bradley Kellogg; Costume Design by Laura Crow; Lighting Design by Richard Nelson; Sound Design by Stewart Werner and Chuck London; Hair Design by Robert Fama; N.A.T. Audio Consultant: T. Richard Fitzgerald
General Manager: Niko Associates, Inc. (Manny Kladitis, Founder and President); Executive Producer: Manny Kladitis
Production Supervisor: Bonnie Panson; Technical Advisor: Christopher C. Smith; Production Stage Manager: James Harker; Stage Manager: John M. Atherlay and Glen Gardali
Casting: Georgianne Walken and Sheila Jaffe; General Press Representative: Springer Associates, Inc.; N.A.T. Advertising: Ziff Marketing; Speech Consultant: Robert Williams
Cast
John Beal The Cook
Danny Burstein Yakov
Tyne Daly Madame Arkadina
John Franklyn-Robbins Sorin
Ethan Hawke Konstantin Treplev
Zane Lasky Medvedenko
Laura Linney Nina
Russel Lunday Shamrayev
Joan MacIntosh Polina
Kam Metcalf Servant
Maryann Plunkett Masha
Tony Roberts Dr. Dorn
Kevin Shinick Servant
Jon Voight Trigorin
David Watson Servant
Standby: Delphi Harrington (Madame Arkadina)
Understudies: Emily Baer (Servant), Ted Baunson (Servant), Bill Camp (Konstantin Treplev), Roslyn Cohn (Servant), Delphi Harrington (Polina), William Leone (Medvedenko, The Cook, Yakov), Elizabeth Marvel (Masha), Rand Mitchell (Shamrayev, Sorin), Tom Stechschulte (Trigorin) and Daisy White (Nina)