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The Taming of the Shrew   

Phoenix Theatre, (2/20/1957 - 3/10/1957)
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Opening Date: Feb 20, 1957    
Closing Date: Mar 10, 1957 Total Performances: 23

Category: Play, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A Comedy in Two Parts
Setting: House of a Noble Lord.

Production Staff
Produced by T. Edward Hambleton, Norris Houghton and The American Shakespeare Festival Theatre and Academy (John Houseman: director)
Written by William Shakespeare; Music by Irwin Bazelon
Directed by Norman Lloyd
Scenic Design by Rouben Ter-Arutunian; Costume Design by Dorothy Jeakins; Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal; Additional decor by: Jean Rosenthal
Company Manager: Nat Parnes
Production Stage Manager: Paul Leaf; Stage Manager: Ronald Bates and Robert Woods
Press Representative: Frank Goodman, Ben Kornzweig, Robert Ganshaw, Tony Geiss, Ruth Cage and Jim Oyster
Mitchell AgrussTranio
Servant to Lucentio
Tucker AshworthHuntsman
Philip BourneufGremio
Suitor to Bianca
James CahillNathaniel
Servant to Petruchio
Morris CarnovskyGrumio
Kendall ClarkHortensio
Suitor to Bianca
Rod ColbinCurtis
A Servant to Petruchio
William CottrellHuntsman
Richard EastonLucentio
Louis EdmondsA Lord
Nina FochKatharina
Patrick HinesBaptista
Mike KellinChristopher Sly
Michael Lindsay-HoggServant to Petruchio
Susan LloydBartholomew
Barbara LordBianca
Charles MeierServant to Baptista
Michael MillerServant to Baptista
David MiltonServant to Petruchio
Robert MorrisServant to Petruchio
Joseph MyersServant to Petruchio
Ellis RabbA Pedant
Pernell RobertsPetruchio
Byron RussellFirst Player
Pamela SaundersHostess
Jerry StillerBiondello
Servant to Lucentio