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Saint Joan   

Lyceum Theatre, (1/31/1993 - 3/14/1993)
First Preview: Jan 19, 1993 Total Previews: 15
Opening Date: Jan 31, 1993    
Closing Date: Mar 14, 1993 Total Performances: 48

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Setting: In and around France. 1429 A.D. - 1456 A.D.

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 Director); Produced in association with Duncan C. Weldon
Written by Bernard Shaw; Incidental music by Stanley Silverman
Directed by Michael Langham
Scenic Design by Marjorie Bradley Kellogg; Costume Design by Ann Hould-Ward; Lighting Design by Richard Nelson; Sound Design by T. Richard Fitzgerald; Hair Design by Robert Fama
General Manager: Niko Associates, Inc. (Manny Kladitis, Founder and President); Executive Producer: Manny Kladitis; Associate Co. Mgr: Brig Berney
Production Supervisor: Bonnie Panson; Technical Advisor: Christopher C. Smith; Production Stage Manager: Perry Cline; Stage Manager: Marjorie Horne
Casting: Georgianne Walken and Sheila Jaffe; General Press Representative: Springer Associates, Inc.
David AdkinsPage to Warwick
English Soldier
Emily BaerEnsemble
Ivar BroggerBaudricourt's Steward
Delegate from Rome
Ted BrunsonEnsemble
Danny BursteinPage to Dunois
Bill CampGilles de Rais
Roslyn CohnEnsemble
Helmar Augustus CooperCaptain la Hire
Edmund C. DavysRobert de Baudricourt
Squire of Vaucouleurs
English Soldier
John Franklyn-RobbinsThe Archbishop of Rheims
The Executioner
Charles GeyerKnight
English Soldier
Richard HolmesKnight
English Soldier
Lorne KennedyBrother Martin Ladvenu
Nicholas KeprosThe Inquisitor
Tom LacyMonseigneur de la Trémouille
Canon John D'Estivet
Elizabeth MarvelDuchesse de la Trémouille
Rod McLachlanBertrand de Poulengey
Peter McRobbieCourt Page
Thomas de Courcelles
Canon of Paris
Kam MetcalfEnsemble
John NevilleRichard de Beauchamp
Earl of Warwick
Maryann PlunkettJoan
Remak RamsayChaplain de Stogumber
Jay O. SandersDunois
The Bastard of Orleans
Kevin ShinickEnsemble
Michael StuhlbargThe Dauphin
later, Charles VII of France
Louis TurennePeter Cauchon
Bishop of Beauvais
David WatsonEnsemble
Understudies: David Adkins (Brother Martin Ladvenu, Delegate from Rome, Page to Dunois), Danny Burstein (Gilles de Rais), Bill Camp (Richard de Beauchamp, The Dauphin), Charles Geyer (Canon John D'Estivet, English Soldier, Monseigneur de la Trémouille, Robert de Baudricourt), Richard Holmes (Bertrand de Poulengey, Dunois), Lorne Kennedy (Court Page), Leo Leyden (Chaplain de Stogumber, The Inquisitor), Elizabeth Marvel (Joan), Rod McLachlan (Thomas de Courcelles), Alan Mixon (Peter Cauchon, The Archbishop of Rheims, The Executioner) and David Rainey (Baudricourt's Steward, Captain la Hire, Page to Warwick)
Tony Award®
 1993 Best Revival [nominee] 
 Produced by National Actors Theatre (Tony Randall, Founder and Artistic Director) ;  Produced in association with Duncan C. Weldon