Vivian Beaumont Theatre
New-York - Etats-Unis

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My Fair Lady

[15 mars 18 - Open end]

Musical
Revival

1) My Fair Lady (Revival)

Joué durant   actuellement

Nb de preview: 39 previews
Première preview: jeu. 15 mars 2018
Première: jeu. 19 avril 2018
Dernière: Open end

Compositeur: Frederik Loewe •  
Parolier: Alan Jay Lerner •  
Libettiste: Alan Jay Lerner •  
Metteur en scène: Bartlett Sher •  
Chorégraphe: Christopher Gattelli •  
Avec: Laura Benanti (as Eliza Doolittle until Feb 17), Harry Hadden-Paton (as Henry Higgins), Norbert Leo Butz (as Alfred P. Doolittle until Jan 6), Danny Burstein (as Alfred P. Doolittle from Jan 8 to Apr 28), Rosemary Harris (as Mrs. Higgins), Allan Corduner (as Colonel Pickering), Jordan Donica (as Freddy Eynsford-Hill), Linda Mugleston (as Mrs. Pearce), and Clarke Thorell (as Zoltan Karpathy) 


Commentaire: The original cast included two-time Emmy Award-nominated "Six Feet Under" star Lauren Ambrose, taking on the lead role of Eliza Doolittle, with "Downton Abbey" and "The Crown" actor Harry Hadden-Paton making his NY stage debut as Henry Higgins, whilst two-time Tony winner Norbert Leo Butz and "Game of Thrones" favorite Diana Rigg have been cast as Alfred P. Doolittle and Mrs. Higgins, respectively.

Marking the first Broadway revival in 25 years, the brand new production is directed by Tony Award winner Bartlett Sher and is another shining example of Sher doing what Sher does best. Following his tremendous successes with South Pacific and The King and I, he has created yet another lavish and nostalgic representation of a timeless classic. With grand sets and elaborate costumes most directors would die for and rousing musical numbers galore, the audience is spoilt by an embarrassment of riches. Sher's interpretation of the ending of the piece may also surprise some attendees, but is actually more in line with the musical's original source material - George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion. Kudos to Lincoln Center Theater for once again proving itself as the frontrunner in staging Broadway musical revivals.  (plus) 


Presse: "The plush and thrilling Lincoln Center Theater revival or Lerner & Loewe's My Fair Lady reveals Eliza Doolittle as a hero instead of a puppet — and reveals the musical, despite its provenance and male authorship, as an ur-text of the #MeToo moment. Indeed, that moment has made My Fair Lady, which had its Broadway premiere in 1956, better than it ever was." Jesse Green for New York Times

"Broadway’s My Fair Lady takes you to showtune heaven in a new production that’s both opulent and daring." Joe Dziemianowicz for New York Daily News

"We’ve grown accustomed to the grace of Bartlett Sher’s revivals of American stage classics, but that doesn’t mean we should take them for granted. Working in blessed harmony with his trusty creative team—including set designer Michael Yeargan and costumer Catherine Zuber—Sher is not an iconoclast or radical re-sculptor; instead, he acts as a restorer, leaving the shows on their pedestals but stripping off years of obscuration to reveal layers the works have possessed all along. So it is with the splendid new Lincoln Center Theater revival of My Fair Lady." Adam Feldman for Time Out New York

"There's a breathtaking visual in Lincoln Center Theater's new My Fair Lady when Lauren Ambrose emerges as Eliza Doolittle, transformed from common-as-muck flower girl into regal stunner, done up to attend the posh Embassy Ball... Comparable delights intoxicate the eyes and ears throughout this sumptuous staging from Bartlett Sher, a director who has proved to be among the very best at chiseling surprising nuance out of vintage musicals." David Rooney for Hollywood Reporter

"If you’ve got it, flaunt it. The splendid Beaumont stage at Lincoln Center was made for great classic musicals like Lerner and Loewe’s My Fair Lady, and helmer Bartlett Sher was born to stage them. This jubilant revival is meticulously mounted and entirely welcome – despite the eccentric casting choice of Lauren Ambrose as Eliza Doolittle." Marilyn Stasio for Variety

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Original

13) Junk (Original)

Joué durant  2 mois

Nb de preview: 30 previews
Nb de représentations: 77 représentations
Première preview: jeu. 05 octobre 2017
Première: jeu. 02 novembre 2017
Dernière: dim. 07 janvier 2018

Compositeur: *** Divers •  
Parolier: *** Divers •  
Libettiste: *** Divers •  
Metteur en scène: Doug Hughes •  
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Steven Pasquale (as Robert Merkin), with Ito Aghayere, Phillip James Brannon, Tony Carlin, Caroline Hewitt, Rick Holmes, Ted Koch, Teresa Avia Lim, Danny Mastrogiorgio, Nate Miller, Ethan Phillips, Matthew Rauch, Matthew Saldivar, Michael Siberry, Miriam Silverman, Joey Slotnick, and Henry Stram 


Commentaire: Lincoln Center Theater continues its fruitful relationship with Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and Tony Award nominee Ayad Akhtar with the Broadway premiere of Junk. They previously collaborated on The Who & The What and Disgraced, with the latter transferring to Broadway and earning a Tony Award nomination in 2015.

Broadway favorite Steven Pasquale takes the lead as Robert Merkin in the topical drama Junk, which runs through to January 7, 2018 at Lincoln Center... And who could have known that the financial markets could make for such compelling theater?

Merkin may be a fictional character but the similarities with one Michael Milken - a former financier and philanthropist - are plain as day. His influence in big business buyouts through the implication of high-yield "junk" bonds provides much of the drive of the narrative until his ultimate guilty plea and conviction of unlawful insider dealings. Pasquale delivers an unsetlling and equally beguilling performance as Merkin - the alpha-male in the room who nobody is seemingly able or willing to challenge. Indeed, the entire ensemble cast recreates a world, set in the mid-1980s, where unsavoury characters lurk behind every business venture and where misogyny and racial prejudice run rampant in the workplace... Look how far we've come...

The sad truth is that Akhtar's period piece all too often feels like it isn't period at all and the opening of Junk on Broadway could not have been more timely.  (plus) 


Presse: "Never mind that its title is a synonym for rubbish, and evokes images of teeming garbage dumps and the overstuffed closets of hoarders. "Junk", Ayad Akhtar’s eagerly anticipated drama of dirty dealings on Wall Street in the 1980s, is, for better or worse, the tidiest show on Broadway." Ben Brantley for New York Times

"Doug Hughes (“Doubt”) directs a crisp and fluid staging. The stark, two-story compartmentalized set complements the impersonal, chilly drama. With a cast of 23, the play is Akhtar’s most densely populated work. While most characters don’t elude cliches, the acting is uniformly fine." Joe Dziemianowicz for New York Daily News

"Staged by Doug Hughes for Lincoln Center Theater, whose taste for quasidocumentary epics was also evinced in last season’s Oslo, Junk melds a breadth of genres—crime story, tragedy, issue play, cautionary tale—into a fast-moving, broad-ranging social thriller." Adam Feldman for Time Out New York

"Directed by Doug Hughes with a solid cast of 23 and a tireless foot on the accelerator, this is the kind of large-canvas, intelligent drama that Lincoln Center Theater does impeccably, notably so last season with Oslo. The difference, however, is that J.T. Rogers' Tony-winning play had richly individualized characters with incisively drawn cultural distinctions to flesh out the dense detail of its political history lesson. Junk, by contrast, is populated with aggressive arbitrageurs, inside traders and number-crunching sharks, all swimming more or less in the same pool." David Rooney for Hollywood Reporter

"“Junk” doesn’t exactly illuminate the mysterious process whereby corporate marauders ruthlessly eviscerate and in due course take over companies that resist their takeover bids. What it does do, in this slickly directed production directed by Doug Hughes, is capture the electric energy that fueled these aggressive acquisitions, along with the intoxicating sense of power that blinded the raiders to all other principles and values." Marilyn Stasio for Variety

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Broadway Transfer

12) Oslo (Broadway Transfer)

Joué durant  2 mois

Première preview: jeu. 23 mars 2017
Première: jeu. 13 avril 2017
Dernière: dim. 18 juin 2017

Compositeur: *** Divers •  
Parolier: *** Divers •  
Libettiste: *** Divers •  
Metteur en scène: Bartlett Sher •  
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Avec: Jefferson Mays (Terje Rød-Larsen), Jennifer Ehle (Mona Juul), Michael Aronov (Uri Savir), Anthony Azizi (Ahmed Qurie), Adam Dannheisser (Yossi Beilin), Daniel Jenkins (Ron Pundak/Jan Egeland), Dariush Kashani (Hassan Asfour), Daniel Oreskes (Shimon Peres/Yair Hirshfeld), Henny Russell (Marianne Holst/Toril Grandal), Joseph Siravo (Joel Singer), T. Ryder Smith (Jonah Jorgen Holst/Finn Grandal) 


Commentaire: One of 2016's best reviewed plays, J. T. Rogers' Oslo transfers to Broadway in 2017. This Vivian Beaumont Theater staging retains all of the Off-Broadway cast, including two-time Tony winner Jennifer Ehle (The King's Speech, The Coast of Utopia) and Tony winner Jefferson Mays (I Am My Own Wife, A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder). Tony winner Bartlett Sher, who oversaw the latest Broadway revivals of The King and I and Fiddler on the Roof, directs  (plus) 


Presse: "Even if you never thought about traveling to Norway, you’ll probably want to visit the inevitably titled “Oslo,” the absorbing drama by Mr. Rogers... At a very full three hours, with many international stops, this play is long and dense enough to make you wonder if you should have packed an overnight bag. Yet what Mr. Rogers and the director, Bartlett Sher, have created is a streamlined time machine, comfortably appointed enough to forestall jet lag." Ben Brantley for New York Times

"As America and the world hurtle toward greater polarization, the play provides a small measure of hope. It’s about recognition, too, of what Rød-Larsen and Juul were able to build: a quaint lighthouse in the fog of war." Adam Feldman for Time Out New York

"This is a play alive with tension, intrigue, humor, bristling intelligence and emotional peaks that are subdued yet intensely moving, which concludes unexpectedly on a poignant note of hope." David Rooney for Hollywood Reporter

"“Oslo,” a new drama by J.T. Rogers, is unequivocally fascinating. Would that some playwright would write as gripping a play about some contemporary political issue." Marilyn Stasio for Variety

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Revival

11) King and I (The) (Revival)

Joué durant  1 an 2 mois 1 semaine

Première preview: jeu. 12 mars 2015
Première: jeu. 16 avril 2015
Dernière: dim. 26 juin 2016

Compositeur: Richard Rodgers •  
Parolier: Oscar Hammerstein II •  
Libettiste: Oscar Hammerstein II •  
Metteur en scène: Bartlett Sher •  
Chorégraphe:  
Avec: Kelli O'Hara (Anna Leonowens), Ken Watanabe (King of Siam), Ruthie Ann Miles (Lady Thiang), Ashley Park (Tuptim), Conrad Ricamora (Lun Tha), Edward Baker-Duly (Sir Edward Ramsey), Jon Viktor Corpuz (Prince Chulalongkorn), Murphy Guyer (Captain Orton), Jake Lucas (Louis), Paul Nakauchi (Kralahome), et Marc Oka (Phra Alack) 


Commentaire: The production received nine 2015 Tony Award nominations, and took home four of them, including Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in A Musical for original star Kelli O'Hara, which marked her first Tony win after being nominated six times.  (plus) 


Presse: Les critiques sont très bonnes:

"Bartlett Sher’s resplendent production" Ben Brantley for New York Times

"This splendid revival emerges as majestic and intimate simultaneously." Joe Dziemianowicz for New York Daily News

"You can’t overstate how stunningly beautiful, how achingly well sung this new revival of 'The King and I' is." Elisabeth Vincentelli for New York Post

"Nothing is lost in translation; this King and I speaks a universal language of love." David Cote for Time Out New York

"This production of "The King and I" is definitely something wonderful." Jennifer Farrar for The Associated Press

"The mutual fascination and eternal struggle for understanding across the cultural divide between East and West is played out on a magnificent scale in Lincoln Center Theater's breathtaking revival of 'The King and I.'" David Rooney for The Hollywood Reporter

"Broadway’s darling, Kelli O’Hara, is ravishing as the English governess to the children in the royal household of the King of Siam, played by the powerfully seductive Japanese movie star Ken Watanabe. But the production itself, with its operatic sweep and opulent aesthetic, is the star of its own show." Marilyn Stasio for Variety

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Original Broadway

10) War Horse (Original Broadway)

Joué durant  1 an 8 mois 4 semaines

Nb de preview: 33 previews
Nb de représentations: 718 représentations
Première preview: mar. 15 mars 2011
Première: jeu. 14 avril 2011
Dernière: dim. 06 janvier 2013

Compositeur:  
Parolier:  
Libettiste: Nick Stafford •  
Metteur en scène: Marianne Elliott • Tom Morris •  
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Avec: Stephen James Anthony, Zach Appelman, Alyssa Breshnahan, Richard Crawford, Sanjit de Silva, Matt Doyle, Austin Durant, Joby Earle, Koel Reuben Ganz, Ariel Heller, Peter Hermann, Alex Hoeffler, Brian Lee Huynh, Jeslyn Kelly, Ian Lassiter, Tom Lee, Jonathan Christopher MacMillan, Jonathan David Martin, Boris Mc Giver, Seth Numrich, Prentice Onayemi, Bhavesh Patel, David Pegram, Katy Pfaffl, Stephen Plunkett, Leenya Rideout, Liam Robinson, Jude Sandy, Hannah Sloat, T. Ryder Smith, Zach Villa, Elliot Villar, Cat Walleck, Enrico D. Wey and Madeline Yen. 


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Presse: "Ineffably theatrical magic.... much of 'War Horse' evaporates not long after it ends." Ben Brantley for NY Times

"Runs full gallop with theatrical magic. It is by turns epic and intimate and compels you to hold your breath in anticipation." Joe Dziemianowicz for NY Daily News

"What makes the show so powerful is the way the storytelling and the stagecraft are intricately melded." Elisabeth Vincentelli for New York Post

"Abjuring fancy special effects, 'War Horse' still manages to be the great spectacle of the season. " Jeremy Gerard for Bloomberg

"Gloriously theatrical and almost unbearably moving, this stirring testimonial to the power of honest sentiment is a never-to-be-forgotten theatrical experience." Erik Haagensen for Back Stage

"One aim of theater is to take an audience to another time and place. 'War Horse' ... does that, superbly. But what’s really transfixing is how it gets there." Robert Feldberg for The Record

"Offers masterpiece theatrics for the masses. Get those tickets now or wait until next year." Michael Sommers for Newsroom Jersey

"Emotionally stirring, visually arresting and compellingly told." David Rooney for The Hollywood Reporter

"Pure theatrical magic." Marilyn Stasio for Variety

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Revival

9) South Pacific (Revival)

Joué durant  2 ans 4 mois 3 semaines

Nb de preview: 37 previews
Nb de représentations: 996 représentations
Première preview: sam. 01 mars 2008
Première: jeu. 03 avril 2008
Dernière: dim. 22 août 2010

Compositeur: Richard Rodgers •  
Parolier: Oscar Hammerstein II •  
Libettiste: Joshua Logan • Oscar Hammerstein II •  
Metteur en scène: Bartlett Sher •  
Chorégraphe: Christopher Gattelli •  
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Revival

8) Frogs (The) (Revival)

Joué durant  2 mois 2 semaines

Nb de preview: 32 previews
Nb de représentations: 92 représentations
Première preview: mar. 22 juin 2004
Première: jeu. 22 juillet 2004
Dernière: dim. 10 octobre 2004

Compositeur: Stephen Sondheim •  
Parolier: Stephen Sondheim •  
Libettiste: Burt Shevelove •  
Metteur en scène: Susan Stroman •  
Chorégraphe: Susan Stroman •  
Avec: Le cast comprend: Dionysos: Nathan Lane / Xanthias: Roger Bart / Herakles: Burke Moses / Charon & Aekos: John Byner / Pluto: Peter Bartlett / George Bernard Shaw: Daniel Davis / William Shakespeare: Michael Siberry / Handmaiden Charisma: Bryn Dowling / Virilla: Pia C. Glenn / Ariadne: Kathy Voytko 


Commentaire: For this production, Nathan Lane made significant revisions to the original book and Stephen Sondheim wrote six new songs and revised the lyrics in the opening number. According to Sondheim, the material was 4/5 Lane's.  (plus) 


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Original

7) Parade (Original)

Joué durant  2 mois 1 semaine

Nb de preview: 39 previews
Nb de représentations: 85 représentations
Première preview: jeu. 12 novembre 1998
Première: jeu. 17 décembre 1998
Dernière: dim. 28 février 1999

Compositeur: Jason Robert Brown •  
Parolier: Jason Robert Brown •  
Libettiste: Alfred Uhry •  
Metteur en scène: Harold Prince •  
Chorégraphe: Patricia Birch •  
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6) Carousel (Revival)

Joué durant  9 mois 3 semaines

Nb de représentations: 337 représentations
Première preview: Inconnu
Première: jeu. 24 mars 1994
Dernière: dim. 15 janvier 1995

Compositeur: Richard Rodgers •  
Parolier: Oscar Hammerstein II •  
Libettiste: Oscar Hammerstein II •  
Metteur en scène: Nicholas Hytner •  
Chorégraphe: Sir Kenneth MacMillan •  
Avec: Billy Bigelow … Michael Hayden
Julie Jordan … Sally Murphy
Carrie Pipperidge … Audra Ann McDonald
Nettie Fowler … Shirley Verrett
Enoch Snow … Eddie Korbich
Jigger Craigin … Fisher Stevens
Starkeeper/Dr. Seldon … Jeff Weiss
David Bascombe … Robert Breuler
Mrs. Mullin … Kate Buddeke
Hannah Bentley … Cindy Robinson 


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Concert

5) Company (Concert)

Joué durant  

Nb de représentations: 2 représentations
Première preview: dim. 11 avril 1993
Première: dim. 11 avril 1993
Dernière: lun. 12 avril 1993

Compositeur: Stephen Sondheim •  
Parolier: Stephen Sondheim •  
Libettiste: George Furth •  
Metteur en scène: Aucun •  
Chorégraphe: Aucun •  
Avec: Sarah … Barbara Barrie
April … Susan Browning
David … George Coe
Peter … John Cunningham
Paul … Steve Elmore
Larry … Stanley Grover
Amy … Beth Howland
Robert … Dean Jones
Harry … Charles Kimbrough
Susan ... Merle Louise
Host … Patti LuPone
Kathy … Donna McKechnie
Marta … Pamela Myers
Jenny … Teri Ralston
Joanne … Elaine Stritch 


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Revival

4) Anything goes (Revival)

Joué durant  1 an 10 mois 2 semaines

Nb de preview: 44 previews
Nb de représentations: 784 représentations
Première preview: ven. 11 septembre 1987
Première: lun. 19 octobre 1987
Dernière: dim. 03 septembre 1989

Compositeur: Cole Porter •  
Parolier: Cole Porter •  
Libettiste: Guy Bolton • P.G. Wodehouse •  
Metteur en scène: Jerry Zaks •  
Chorégraphe: Michael Smuin •  
Avec: Avec Patti LuPone (Reno Sweeney), Howard McGillin (Billy Crocker), Bill McCutcheon (Moonface Martin), Rex Everhart (Elisha Whitney), Anne Francine (Mrs. Evangeline Harcourt), Linda Hart (Erma), Anthony Heald (Lord Evelyn Oakleigh), Kathleen Mahony-Bennett (Hope Harcourt), David Pursley (Captain), Gerry Vichi (Purser), Pat Gorman (Countess), Richard Korthaze (Minister), Stanford Egi (Luke), Toshi Toda (John), Robert Kellett (Reporter #1), Larry Cahn (Reporter #2), Dale Hensley (G-Man #1), Leslie Feagan (G-Man #2), Steve Stiner (Fred), Eric Y. L. Chan (Louie), Gerry McIntyre (Photographer), Jane Seaman (Woman in Bathchair), Alice Ann Oakes (Woman in Bathchair's Niece), Chantey Quartet: Larry Cahn, Leslie Feagan, Dale Hensley, Steve Stiner; Thuggish Sailors: Mark Chmiel, Dan Fletcher, Lacy Darryl Phillips; Dancing Ensemble: Eric Y. L. Chan, Mark Chmiel, Dan Fletcher, Robert Kellett, Jane Lanier, Gerry McIntyre, Alice Ann Oakes, Lacy Darryl Phillips, Michele Pigliavento, Daryl Richardson, Maryellen Scilla, Alec Timerman, Barbara Yeager

The following cast changes occurred during the run of the show:
Walter Bobbie (Lord Evelyn Oakleigh), Gregg Edelman (Billy Crocker), Linda Hart (Reno Sweeney), Leslie Uggams (Reno Sweeney), Nancy Opel (Hope Harcourt), Maryellen Scilla (Erma), Susan Terry (Erma), Gerry Vichi (Moonface Martin), Dancing Ensemble: Robert Ashford, Joe Deer 


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Revival

3) Opéra de quat'sous (Revival)

Joué durant  8 mois 3 semaines

Nb de preview: 27 previews
Nb de représentations: 307 représentations
Première preview: sam. 01 mai 1976
Première: sam. 01 mai 1976
Dernière: dim. 23 janvier 1977

Compositeur: Kurt Weill •  
Parolier: Bertolt Brecht • François Villon •  
Libettiste: Bertolt Brecht •  
Metteur en scène: Richard Foreman •  
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Avec: C. K. Alexander, Tony Azito, Penelope Bodry, Roy Brocksmith, Blair Brown, Pendleton Brown, Nancy Campbell, Rik Colitti, Gretel Cummings, Brenda Currin, Ralph Drischell, William Duell, Ellen Greene, Max Gulack, M. Patrick Hughes, Raul Julia, Caroline Kava, Glenn Kezer, George McGrath, Rick Petrucelli, John Ridge, Craig Rupp, David Sabin, Robert Schlee, Armin Shimerman, Mimi Turque, Jack Eric Williams, Elizabeth Wilson, K. C. Wilson, Ray Xifo, Ed Zang 


Commentaire: La production du Lincoln Center a utilisé une nouvelle traduction délibérément non poétique de Ralph Manheim et John Willett. Cette adaptation a été rejettée par la plupart des critiques qui a majoritairement aimé plus la mise en scène très stylisée dirigée par l’avant-gardiste Richard Forman (plus) 


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Revival

2) Man of la Mancha (Revival)

Joué durant  4 mois

Nb de représentations: 140 représentations
Première preview: Inconnu
Première: jeu. 22 juin 1972
Dernière: sam. 21 octobre 1972

Compositeur: Mitch Leigh •  
Parolier: Joe Darion •  
Libettiste: Dale Wasserman •  
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Revival

1) Time of Your Life (The) (Revival)

Joué durant  1 mois 2 semaines

Nb de preview: 13 previews
Nb de représentations: 52 représentations
Première preview: jeu. 06 novembre 1969
Première: jeu. 06 novembre 1969
Dernière: sam. 20 décembre 1969

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Libettiste: William Saroyan •  
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Avec: Ralph Bell (McCarthy), Leta Bonynge (Society Lady), Philip Bosco (Nick), James Broderick (Joe), Matthew Cowles (Dudley), Bill Cunningham (Sam), Ralph Drischell (Arab), Barbara Eda-Young (Babs), Laura Esterman (Elsie), Jack Fletcher (Drunkard), Leonard Frey (Harry), Lorenzo Fuller (Wesley), Philip Graves (Newsboy), Ronald Hale (Sailor), Robert Keesler (Another Cop), Robert Levine (A Cop), Marcia Lewis (Lorene), Joseph Mascolo (Blick), Biff McGuire (Tom), Patrick McVey (Society Gentleman), Priscilla Pointer (Mary L.), Raymond Singer (Willie), Robert Symonds (Kit Carson), Eugene Troobnick (Krupp), Susan Tyrrell (Kitty Duval), Marc L. Vahanian (Newsboy), Helene Winston (Killer), Nina Wilcox (Other) 


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