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The following people are credited as replacements or additions if they were not credited on opening night.

Man of La Mancha
ANTA Washington Square Theatre, 40 W. 4th St., New York, NY
Martin Beck Theatre, 302 W. 45th St., New York, NY
Eden Theatre, 189 Second Ave at 12th St., New York, NY
Mark Hellinger Theatre, 1655 Broadway & 237 W. 51st St, New York, NY

ANTA Washington Square Theatre (11/22/1965 - 3/18/1968)
Musical Director: R. Bennett Benetsky.

Production Stage Manager: Michael Turque, James S. Gelb; Assistant Stage Mgr: Al Leberfeld.

Guitarist: Karl Herreshoff, Stephen Sahlein.

Cast

Louise Armstrong Maria
the Innkeeper's Wife 
 
David Atkinson Don Quixote (Cervantes)  
Dianne Barton Antonia  
Leo Bloom The Barber  
 The Horse  
Don Bonnell Tenorio
a Muleteer 
 
Dell Brownlee Dr. Carrasco  
Gaylea Byrne Aldonza (Dulcinea)  
Carmine Caridi Pedro
the Head Muleteer 
 
 The Horse  
Will Carter Jose
a Muleteer 
 
John Cullum Don Quixote (Cervantes) (Feb 24, 1967-Apr 1967) 
Jack Dabdoub
Matinees 
Don Quixote (Cervantes) Alternate  
Carlton Davis Man of The Inquisition  
Wilbur Evans The Innkeeper  
John Felton Man of The Inquisition  
José Ferrer Don Quixote (Cervantes) (May 28, 1966-Jun 9, 1966) 
Ted Forlow Anselmo
a Muleteer 
 
Laurence Guittard Dr. Carrasco  
Timothy Jerome Dr. Carrasco  
Jeff Killion Guard  
Eleanore Knapp The Housekeeper  
James Leverett Guard  
Bernice Massi Aldonza (Dulcinea) (Jul 25, 1967 - ?) 
Héctor Mercado Dancing Horse  
 Jose
a Muleteer 
 
Rita Metzger Maria
the Innkeeper's Wife 
 
 The Housekeeper  
Bert Michaels Dancing Horse  
 Jose
a Muleteer 
 
Ray Middleton The Innkeeper  
Angelo Nazzo Guard  
Marcia O'Brien Fermina
a Slavey and a Moorish Dancer 
 
Robert Rayow Juan
a Muleteer 
 
 Tenorio
a Muleteer 
 
Taylor Reed The Barber  
Wilson Robey Anselmo
a Muleteer 
 
Shev Rodgers The Horse  
John Rossi Guard  
 Man of The Inquisition  
Robert Rounseville The Padre  
Violet Santangelo Fermina
a Slavey and a Moorish Dancer 
 
Peter Shire Man of The Inquisition  
Gideon Singer Don Quixote (Cervantes)  
Bill Stanton Dancing Horse  
 Paco
a Muleteer 
 
Rudy Tronto Sancho Panza  
Titos Vandis Sancho Panza  
Edmond Varrato Sancho Panza  
Maura K. Wedge Aldonza (Dulcinea) (Apr 11, 1967 - ?) 
Charles West Don Quixote (Cervantes)  
Emily Yancy
Matinees 
Aldonza (Dulcinea) Alternate  

Understudies: Louise Armstrong (The Housekeeper), Dell Brownlee (Aldonza (Dulcinea)), Renato Cibelli (Don Quixote (Cervantes), The Innkeeper), Jack Dabdoub (Don Quixote (Cervantes), The Innkeeper), Ralph Farnsworth (The Padre), John Gorrin (Swing Dancer), Rosemary Harvey (Antonia, Fermina), Jeff Killion (Pedro), Alfred Leberfeld (Dr. Carrasco, The Barber), Wilson Robey (Sancho Panza, The Padre), Shev Rodgers (The Innkeeper), Violet Santangelo (Aldonza (Dulcinea), Maria), Harry Theyard (Dr. Carrasco).

Martin Beck Theatre (3/20/1968 - 3/1/1971)
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Martin Beck Estate.

Stage Manager: Martin Newman; Assistant Stage Mgr: Alfred Leberfeld; Production Stage Manager: James S. Gelb.

Guitarist: Stephen Sahlein; Assistant Conductor: Teresa Montes.

Press Representative: Violet Welles; Dance Captain: Ted Forlow; Casting: Wendy Mackenzie.

Cast

Dianne Barton Antonia  
Leo Bloom The Barber  
Claudio Brook
Broadway debut 
Don Quixote (Cervantes)  
Dell Brownlee
Wednesday and Saturday matinees 
Aldonza (Dulcinea) Alternate  
Gaylea Byrne Aldonza (Dulcinea)  
Carmine Caridi Pedro
the Head Muleteer 
 
Will Carter Jose
a Muleteer 
 
 The Horse  
Marilyn Child Aldonza (Dulcinea) Alternate  
Robert Cromwell Guard  
 Man of The Inquisition  
Jack Dabdoub
Wednesday and Saturday matinees 
Don Quixote (Cervantes) Alternate  
 Don Quixote (Cervantes) Alternate
(Oct 20, 1969 - ?) 
Robert Einenkel Guard  
Joey Faye Sancho Panza  
John Fields Guard  
 Man of The Inquisition  
Ted Forlow Anselmo
a Muleteer 
 
Marcia Gilford Fermina
a Slavey and a Moorish Dancer 
 
 Antonia  
Howard Girven The Barber  
John Gorrin Swing Dancer  
Laurence Guittard Don Quixote (Cervantes) Alternate  
 Dr. Carrasco  
Hal Holbrook Don Quixote (Cervantes) (Jul 1, 1968 - ?) 
David Holliday
Broadway debut 
Don Quixote (Cervantes) Alternate  
 Dr. Carrasco  
Somegoro Ichikawa Don Quixote (Cervantes)  
Timothy Jerome Dr. Carrasco  
Charles Leipart Guard  
 Man of The Inquisition  
James Leverett Guard  
 Man of The Inquisition  
Joe Lorden Swing Dancer  
Bruce MacKay Pedro
the Head Muleteer 
 
Carlos Macri Tenorio
a Muleteer 
 
Tony Martinez Sancho Panza  
Bernice Massi Aldonza (Dulcinea)  
David Matson Guard  
 Man of The Inquisition  
Carolyn Maye Aldonza (Dulcinea)  
Wednesday and Saturday matinees Aldonza (Dulcinea) Alternate  
Rita Metzger Maria
the Innkeeper's Wife 
 
Bert Michaels Jose
a Muleteer 
 
 The Horse  
Keith Michell Don Quixote (Cervantes)  
Angelo Nazzo Guard  
 Man of The Inquisition  
Robert Rayow Tenorio
a Muleteer 
 
Norman Riggins Guard  
 Man of The Inquisition  
Wilson Robey Anselmo
a Muleteer 
 
Mark Ross Juan
a Muleteer 
 
Violet Santangelo Fermina
a Slavey and a Moorish Dancer 
 
Gideon Singer Don Quixote (Cervantes)  
Bill Stanton Paco
a Muleteer 
 
 The Horse  
Ian Sullivan Dr. Carrasco  
Toby Tompkins Guard  
Rudy Tronto Sancho Panza  
Samye Van Guard  
 Man of The Inquisition  
David Wilder Guard  
 Man of The Inquisition  
Barbara Williams Aldonza (Dulcinea) Alternate
(Jul 25, 1967 - ?) 
Bob Wright Don Quixote (Cervantes)  
Emily Yancy Aldonza (Dulcinea) Alternate  

Understudies: David Atkinson (Don Quixote (Cervantes)), Lou Criscuolo (Sancho Panza, The Barber), Jack Dabdoub (Don Quixote (Cervantes), The Innkeeper), Ted Forlow (The Barber), Janet Gaylord (Antonia, Fermina, Maria), Marcia Gilford (Aldonza (Dulcinea), Antonia), John Gorrin (Swing Dancer), Laurence Guittard (Don Quixote (Cervantes)), Alfred Leberfeld (Dr. Carrasco, The Barber), Patricia Lens (Antonia, Fermina), Bruce MacKay (The Innkeeper), Rita Metzger (The Housekeeper), Paul Michael (The Innkeeper), Wilson Robey (Sancho Panza, The Padre), Violet Santangelo (Aldonza (Dulcinea), Maria), David Wilder (Pedro), Emily Yancy (Aldonza (Dulcinea)).

Eden Theatre (3/3/1971 - 5/24/1971)
Cast

Emily Yancy Aldonza (Dulcinea)  

Mark Hellinger Theatre (5/26/1971 - 6/26/1971)
Theatre Owned / Operated by Max Stahl, Stanley Stahl.

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