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Henry IV, Part I   

Phoenix Theatre , (3/01/1960 - 5/29/1960)
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Opening Date:Mar 01, 1960   
Closing Date:May 29, 1960 Total Performances:65

Category: Play, History, Revival, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by Theatre Incorporated (T. Edward Hambleton and Norris Houghton, Managing Directors)
Written by William Shakespeare; Incidental music by David Amram
Directed by Stuart Vaughan
Scenic Design by Will Steven Armstrong; Costume Design by Will Steven Armstrong; Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal
Stage Manager: Richard Blofson
General Press Representative: Ben Kornzweig, Karl Bernstein and Robert Ganshaw
Bill Alexander Ensemble
Thomas Bellin Edmund Mortimer
Earl of March
Eric Berry Sir John Falstaff
Robert Blackburn Earl of Westmoreland
J.D. Cannon Poins
James Corpora Ensemble
Franklin Cover Sir Walter Blunt
Rex Everhart Bardolph
Jerry Hardin Peto
John Heffernan Sir Richard Vernon
a waiter
A traveller
William Hindman Ensemble
Patrick Hines Thomas Percy
Earl of Worcester
Gerry Jedd Mistress Quickly
hostess of the Boar's Head Tavern
Nicholas Kepros Prince John of Lancaster
One of the King's sons
A traveller
Pirie MacDonald Hotspur's Servant
Donald Madden Henry Percy ("Hotspur")
Henry Percy's son
Nan Martin Lady Percy
Hotspur's wife
George O'Halloran Ensemble
Joel Parsons Ensemble
Albert Quinton Owen Glendower
Juliet Randall Lady Mortimer
Glendower's daughter
Ray Reinhardt Archibald
Earl of Douglas
Vintner of the Boar's Head Tavern
Rex Robbins Ensemble
Edmund Shaff Ensemble
Edwin Sherin Henry, Prince of Wales
One of the King's sons
Stephen Strimpell Ensemble
Elliott Sullivan Henry Percy
Earl of Northumberland
Fritz Weaver King Henry the Fourth