Amphitryon 38

by Jean Giraudaux
adapted from the French by S.N. Behrman
directed by Martin Gabel

with Arlene Francis, Kent Smith, George Grizzard, Whitfield Connor, Ralph Bunker, Dick O’Neill, Frank Groseclose, Betsy Brodie, Betty Lou Leonardo, Mary Spelvin, Mary Cooper

Two for the Seesaw

by William Gibson
directed by Frank Corsaro

with Shelley Winters, Morgan Sterne

Make a Million

by Norman Barasch and Carroll Moore

with Sam Levene

No Concern of Mine

by Jeremy Kingston
directed by Andreas Voutsinas

with Jane Fonda, Geoffrey Horne, Ben Piazza, Hilda Brawner, Tom Hatcher, Pete Masterson, Hope Cameron

Not in the Book

by Arthur Watkyn
directed by Charles Olsen

with Hans Conried, Brook byron, Francis Compton, Anthony Kemble Cooper, Arny Freeman, James Balentine, Norman Barrs, Carl Esser

Roar Like a Dove

by Lesley Storm
directed by Robert Ellis Miller

with Betsy Palmer, Brook byron, Carl Esser, James Valentine, Norman Barrs, Hans Confried, Arny Freeman, Francis Compton, and Anthony Kemble Cooper, Paul McGrath, Patrick Horgan, Luella Gear, Christopher Hewett, Tucker Ashworth, Bryan Herbert

Royal Enclosure

by Kieran Tunney

with Celeste Holm and Cathleen Nesbitt

The Late Christopher Bean

by Sidney Howard

with Shirley Booth

Burnt Flower Bed

by Ugo Betti

with Signe Hasso, Gloria Vanderbilt, Eric Portman and Alexander Scourby

Susan and God

by Rachel Crothers
directed by John Larson

with Joan Fontaine, Lauren Gilbert, William Traylor, Dorothy Laming, Arthur Marlowe, John Milligan, Lily Lodge, Gil Tilbury, Helena de Crespo, Jeff Mack, Fran Vieta

The Captains and the Kings

by Leo Lieberman
directed by John Gerstad

with Zachary Scott, John Alexander, Walter Brooke, Sally Brophy, Donald McKee, Alexander Clark, Howard Freeman, John Boruff, Ben Yaffee, Phil Bruns, Charles McDaniel and Edmon Ryan

Tambourines to Glory

by Langston Hughes
directed Herbert Machiz
music by Jobe Huntley

with Hazel Scott, Nipsy Russell, Ben Yaffee, Sally Brophy, Walter Brooke, Phil Bruns, Zachary Scott, John Alexander

An Evening with Mike Nichols and Elaine May

with Mike Nichols and Elaine May

The Pleasure of His Company

written by Samuel Taylor

with Cornelia Otis Skinner, directed by Charles Olsen, with Cornelia Otis Skinner, Hans Conreid, Henry Sharp, Hilda Brawner, James Olsen, Guy Arbury, Bernard Wu

Once Upon a Mattress

book by Jay Thompson, Marshall Barer and Dean Fuller
music by Mary Rodgers
lyrics by Marshall Barer
musical director Albert Fiorillo, Jr.
choreographed by Joe Layton
directed by Jack Sydow

with Pat Carroll, Joseph Bova, Kelly Brown, Irene Dean, Mort Marshall, Dan Resin, Harry Snow, Willy Switkes, Jane White, Tom Thornton, Myrna Galle, Gloria Stevens, Cheryl Killgren, Jean Palmerton, Bobbi Franklin, Ann Marisse, Richard Lyle, Lou Richards, Joe MacGrath, Renee Slade, John Feltovich, Tony La Russo, Pat Greenwood, Jerone Michel, Don Price, Rhett Dennis

A New York Repertory Theatre Production of Three Plays

directed by Tad Danielewski

The Zoo Story

by Edward Albee

with Ben Piazza, William Daniels

Miss Julie

by August Strindberg
adapted by George Tabori

with Viveca Lindfors, Morgan Sterne, Betty Field;

I Am a Camera

by John Van Druten
directed by Michael Howard

with Rita Gam, Ben Piazza, Viveca Lindfors, Betty Field, William Daniels, Morgan Sterne, Nydia Westman

Period of Adjustment

by Tennessee Williams
directed by John Lehne

with Dane Clark, Rosemary Murphy, Ann Wedgeworth, Adam Kennedy, Lester Mack, Ruth Hammond, Robert Wangler, Rosemary Murphy, Eleanor Andrews, and Dutchess the Dog

Between Seasons

by Malcolm Wells
directed by Bill Penn

with Gloria Swanson, Charles Baxter, Ray Fulmer, Aileen Poe

A Majority of One

by Leonard Spigelgass
directed by Jacob Kalish

with Molly Picon, Martyn Green, James Karen, Zina Jasper, Esta Mann, Alvin Lum, Roger Morris, Gladys Kalani, Liza Prince, Anne Merkelback, Mike Taylor, Len Kuris, Bonnie Boland, Wendy Shepard, Wendy Wood, Dan Elliott, and Roger Morris

Invitation to a March

by Arthur Laurents
directed by Arthur Laurents

with Celeste Holm, Winifred Ainslee, Wesley Addy, Louise Latham. Nicholas Pryor, Claudette Nevins, Rees Vaughan, Jeffrey Rowland

Under the Yum Yum Tree

by Lawrence Roman
directed by James Monos

with Margaret O’Brien, Hugh Marlowe, James MacArthur, Monica Keating, Dan Elliot, Robert Wangler

The Marriage-Go-Round

by Leslie Stevens
directed by Wynn Handman

with Myrna Loy, Claude Dauphin, Siri, and Moultrie Patten

Venus at Large

by Henry Denker
directed Shepherd Traube,

with Jan Sterling, Lionel Stander, William Prince, Martin Wolfson, Boris Tumarin, Larry Haines, Tom Carlin, Elsa Freed, Arnold Soboloff, and Louise Allbritton

Journey to the Day

by Roger O. Hirson
directed by Boris Sagal

with Paul Hartman, William Redfield, Joan Hackett, Katherine Squire, Robert Simon, Nancy Marchand, Mario Alcalde, Charles Saari, Casey Allen, Dick Via, Michael Vale, Carol Teitel, Eileen Letchworth, Donald Hyland, Allen Frank, Fran Lee, Marian Sweet, Elia Braca

Ding Dong Bell

by Gurney Campbell and Daphne Athas

with Albert Dekker

Complaisant Lover

by Grahame Greene
directed by Del Hughes

with Walter Pidgeon, Martha Scott, Whitfield Connor, Mary Mercier, Nicholas Hammond, Murial Williams, Lawrence Fletcher, Rudolph Weiss, Gene Wilder


music and lyrics by William Roy
book by Hugh Thomas
based on What Every Woman Knows by J.M. Barrie
directed by Word Baker

with Betsy Palmer, Stuart Damon, John Griggs, Roger Hamilton, Lovelady Powell, Jamie Ross, Bryan Herbert, Claudia Morgan, Lois Saunders, Gretchen Cryer, Jay Gerber, Caroline Parks, Benita James, Lang Des Jardins, Esther Landi, James Lavery, Alan Sanderson, Harry Theyard, Julian Patrick, Pat Cooper, Yvonne Carroll, Mitchell Nutick, Jim Challender, Latham Sanford


by Eugene Ionesco
directed by Joseph Bernard

with Walter Slezak, Philip Bruns, David Hurst, Clifford Carpenter, Conrad Bain, Mary Carver, James Tolkan, Jean Barker, Miriam Phillips, Erica Slezak, Gary Dietz, Steve Benoff, Rosalind Rogoff, Lorie Friedman, Donna Englander, Kevin Kelly, Bruce Weitz, Ed Logelin

Miracle Worker

by William Gibson
directed by Porter Van Zandt

with Eileen Brennan, Joseph Warren, Helen Marie Taylor, Alex Wipf, Michael Vale, Alice Yourman, Donna Zimmermann, Paul Haney, Perry Greene, Javotte Sutton Greene, Stanley Greene

Critic’s Choice

by Ira Levin
directed by Charles Olsen

with Hans Conried, Ludi Claire, Michaele Myers, Robert Fields, Joanna Roos, Richard Thomas, Kathy Fediw

Old Acquaintance

by John Van Druten
directed by Martin Gabel

with Arlene Francis, Mary Cooper, Linda Robinson, Bill Berger, Eulabelle Moore, Roger Barrett, Genevieve Frizzell

There Must be a Pony

by Jim Kirkwood
directed by John Stix

with Myrna Loy, Donald Woods, Peter Helmn, G. Wood, Jan Miner, Mary Patton, Adelaide Klein, Sam Greene, Barbara Mostel, Ted Tesser, Harlan Tuckman, Edward Terry

Sunday in New York

by Norman Krasna
directed by Joe Brownstone and Russell McCaig

with Margaret O’Brien, Tommy Sands, Richard Roat, Gene Roche, Arthur Anderson, Patricia Fay

Cradle and All (Never Too Late)

by Summer Arthur Long

with Paul Ford and Maureen O’Sullivan

The Happiest Man Alive

by Jerome Chodorov
directed by Darren McGavin

with Darren McGavin, Eva Gabor, Beulah Garrick, Louise Latham, Alfred Hinckley, Carol Rossen, Jack Ryland, Karen Howitt, Charles Gerald, Steve Benoff, Bernard Pollock

Here Today

by George Oppenheimer
directed by Jack Sydow

with Tallulah Bankhead, Estelle Winwood, Richard Kendrick, Bill Story, Jill Kraft, Donald Symington, Fran Bennett, Peter Hobbs

The Desperate Hours

by Joseph Hayes
directed by Lloyd Richards

with Sammy Davis, Jr., Val Avery, Kathleen Maguire, James Waters, Remo Pisani, Roy E. Glenn, Morris Erby, Judith Robinson, Ricky Albert, James Olson, Pat Henry

Come Blow Your Horn

by Neil Simon

with Menasha Skulnik

Two shows presented together:

H.M.S. Pinafore

by Sir William Gilbert
directed by Martyn Green

The Mikado or, The Town of Titipu

by Sir Arthur Sullivan
directed by Martyn Green

with Martyn Green, Carol Bayard, Yvonne Chaveau, Paul Flores, Eugene Green, John Parella, Charlotte Povia, James Morgan Stuart, Phillis Lear, Lorraine Bergstrom, Bette Warren, Muriel Minot, Jean Taynton, Mildred Petrowski, Peter Johl, Anitra Lynch, Edward Watts, Frank Maynard, Phil Rash, Richard Kahn, Robert Carle

Mackeral Plaza

by William McCleery
based on the novel by Peter DeVries

with Hal Holbrook, Loring Smith


by Sidney Michaels
based on the play by Francois Billetdoux
directed by Joseph Brownstone

with Teresa Wright, Dane Clark, Charles Grodin, Roger Dressler

The Millionairess

by George Bernard Shaw

with Carol Channing

Lord Pengo

by S.N. Behrman
directed by Burt Metcalfe

with Walter Pidgeon, Philip Bourneuf, Frances Reid, Louise Hoff, Gordon B. Clarke, John Malcolm, Margaret Brewster, Russell Baker, Chet London, Richard Bengal, Burt Metcalfe

God Bless Our Bank

by Mac Benoff
staged by Ezra Stone

with Ann Sothern, Roland Winters, Jeff Corey, George Ives, Donald Marye, Wallace Acton, George Cotton, Dan Ferrone, Susan Reiselt, J. Frank Lucas, Charles Welsh, Fay Sappington, Laurie Beth Spitz, Otton Grun, Bob Westbrook, Jamie Gruber, Geraldine Palmer, Bonnie Steinbeck, Beatrice Winner

Take Her, She’s Mine

by Phoebe and Henry Ephron
directed by George Abbott

with Hans Conried, Irene Hervey, Anthony Roberts, Heidi Murray, Nancy Douglas, William Ade, Dall Forsythe, Donald Marlatt, Bill Steele, Guy Arbury, Tanya Everett, Laurie Beth Spitz, Robert Westbrook, Peter Donaldson, Otto Grun, Jr.

A Shot in the Dark

adapted by Harry Kurnitz, from the play “L’Idiote” by Marcel Archard
directed by Malcolm Black

with Eva Gabor, Murray Matheson, Paul Sparer, Joan Wetmore, Harry Mehaffey, Millette Alexander, Murray Roman, Noel Monk

The Indoor Sport

by Jack Perry
directed by Gerald Hiken

with Darren McGavin, Shari Lewis, Patrick McVey, Kenneth Harvey, Louise Latham, Alice Beardsley

Seidman and Son

A Theater Guild Production
by Elick Moll
directed by Sam Levene

with Sam Levene, Darren McGavin, Patrick McVey, Shari Lewis, Kenneth Harvey, Louise Latham

Calculated Risk

by Joseph Hayes
directed by Howard Erskine

with Dana Andrews, Mary Todd, Jack Ramage, Philp Kenneally, Donald Hylan, Dana Hardwick, Harry Gresham, Charles Gaines, Allan Frank, Hal Burdick, Patricia Gilbert, Bert Thorn, Kay Walkden, George Speluin

Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mamma’s Hung you in the Closet and I’m Feelin’ So Sad

by Arthur Kopit

with Hermione Gingold

The Innocents

by William Archibald
based on “The Turn of the Screw,” by Henry James

with Betsy Palmer, John Megna, Sindee Ann Richards, Elena Karam, Peter Jahn, Carla Schearer

The Wind of Heaven

by Emlyn Williams

with Michael Evans, Nancy Coleman, Romney Brent

The Moments of Love

by David Rogers
directed by Herbert Machiz

with Ann Harding, Joanna Pettet, Nicholas Pryor, Leo Lucker, Roy Shuman, Dorothy Sands

The Strangers

by Andrew Rosenthal

with Cornelia Otis Skinner, Jane Wyatt, Constance Cummings, Peggy Conklin

The Threepenny Opera

book and lyrics by Bertolt Brecht
music by Kurt Weill
English adaptation by Marc Blitzstein
directed by Joseph Leberman

with Scott Merrill, Christiane Felsmann, Robert Penn, Avon Long, Alfred Spindelman, Sharlie Shull, Barbara Louis, Nancy Andrews, Tony Ballen, Edward K. Holmes, James Dukas, Miriam Phillips, Carl Esser, Frank Savino, Fredric Good, Maurice Shrog, Eileen Mullen, Carla Shearer, Sandra Kiersky, Rusty Rhodes

My Fair Lady

book and lyrics by Alan J. Lerner
music by Frederick Loewe
directed by William Francisco

with George Gaines, Allyn Ann McLerie, R. E. Sinclair, Arthur Anderson, Wilson Robey, Hazel Jones, Jean Muir, Kathy Doherty, Bill Brandon, Barbara Crouch, Philip Rice, Luis de Ybarrondo, Jim McKoy, Scott Ray, Bill Dance, Mary Hurt, Patricia Ruley, Gracia Littauer, Rosalie Stewart

Days of the Dancing

by James Bridges
directed and choreographed by Timmy Everett

with Shelley Winters, Robert Walker, Logan Ramsey, Vincent Beck, Louis Guss, Henry Madden, Bruce Roman, Bob Ennis, Anne Ramsey, Norma Donaldson, K.C. Townsend, Molly Scott, Bruce Scott, Sally Kirkland, Frank Cavestani, Karen Smith, Marsha Strassman, Albert D’Annibale, William Cudlipp, Sabin Epstein

A Thousand Clowns

by Herb Gardner
directed by Malcolm Black

with Van Johnson, Nancy Douglas, Doug Chapin, Robert Alvin, Richard Benjami, Iggie Wolfington

The Fantasticks

book and lyrics by Tom Jones
music by Harvey Schmidt
directed by Word Baker

with Liza Minnelli, Elliot Gould, Charles Wallrich, Jay Hampton, William Larson, David Margulies, Jake Dengel, Michael Mann

A Girl Could Get Lucky

by Don Appell
directed by Don Appell

with Betty Garrett, Pat Hingle

Kind Sir

by Norman Krasna
directed by William Francisco

with Arlene Francis, Peter Adams, Mary Cooper, Frank Milan, Ethel Everett, Charles White

The Wayward Stork

by Harry Tugend
directed by Jerome L. Epstein

with Hal March, Marjorie Lord, Valerie French, Howard Schell, Richard Armbruster, David Doyle

Heart’s Delight

by Charles Robinson
directed by Brian Shaw

with Michael Rennie, Hiram Sherman, Nan Martin, Parker McCormick, Stuart Germain, Gilbert Gardner, E. J. Peaker

Stop the World, I Want to Get Off

by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley

with Joel Grey, Lovelady Powell

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf

by Edward Albee

with Henderson Forsythe, Haila Stoddard, Kendall Clark, Vicki Cummings

Thursday is a Good Night

by Abe Einhorn and Donald Segall

with Tom Ewell, Sheree North

Dear Me the Sky is Falling

by Leonard Spiegelgass
directed by Herman Shumlin

with Gertrude Berg, Roger DeKoven, Michael Baseleon, Mary-Robin Redd, Jonathan Moore, Estelle Omens, Paul Vincent, Berta Gersten, Mimi Randoph, Mary Engel, Dorothy Levine, Sanford Seeger

The White House

by A.E. Hotchner
directed by Henry Kaplan

with Helen Hayes, James Daly, Sorrell Booke, Eric Berry, Gene Wilder, Thomas Coley, Michael O’Sullivan, Bette Henritze, Eugene Roche, Elly Stone

Shaw Repertory Festival

Major Barbara

by George Bernard Shaw
directed by William Francisco

with Michael Allinson, Lois Nettleton, Bramwell Fletcher


by George Bernard Shaw
directed by Jack Sydow

with Dina Merrill, Michael Allinson, Lois Nettleton, Phiippa Bevans, Dennis Cooney, Herbert Foster, Don Liberto, James Valentine, G. Wood


by George Bernard Shaw
directed by William Francisco

with Michael Allinson, Lois Nettleton, Bramwell Fletcher, Philippa bevans, Margaret Brewster, Denis Cooney, Jan De Vries, Herbert Foster, Patricia Guinan, Hazel Jones, Don Liberto, G. Wood

The Trojan Women

by Euripides
translated by Edith Hamilton
directed by Michael Cacoyannis

with Caroline Coates, Shirley Cox, Elaine Kerr, Dimitra Steris, Philip Sterling, George Morgan, Gretchen Kanne, Michael Walker, Tamara Daniel, Lucy Martin, Lorraine Serabian, Laura Stewart, Joanna Walton, Ann Tarlov, Christopher Wynkoop, George Spelvin


by Anita Loos
lyrics and musical adaptation by Jonathan Anderson
directed by William Francisco

with George Hamilton, Susan Watson, Anna Russell, Jan McArt, Dorothy Sands, Janet Fox, Jon Richards

Absence of a Cello

by Ira Wallace
directed by Charles Olsen

with Hans Conried, Ruth McDevitt, Michaele Myers, Fran Carlon, Robert Rovin, Pamela Dunlap, James Karen

Enter Laughing

by Joseph Stein
based on the novel by Carl Reiner
directed by Martin Freed

with Menasha Skulnik, Martin Huston, Richard Waring, Fayne Blackburn, Joe Young, Bonnie Bedelia, Jan LaPrade, David Rosenbaum, Rick Grayson, Burr Edson, Mimi-Garth Taub, Roger Madden, Paul Grimes, Anna Roman

Two shows presented together:

The Private Ear

by Peter Shaffer
directed by Leo Garen

with Tammy Grimes, Tom Martin, James Douglas

The Public Eye

by Peter Shaffer
directed by Leo Garen

with Tammy Grimes, Stefan Gierasch, Eric Berry

Family Things ETC.

by William Inge
directed by Morton Da Costa
executed by Paul Bertelsen

with Hiram Sherman, Dorothy Stickney, June Harding, Beau Bridges, Yolanda Bavan, Mary Farrell, Al Freeman Jr.

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

book by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart
directed by Danny Dayton
music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
musical director Robert Milrad
assistant musical director J. Leondard Oxley
choreographed by Diana Eden

with Danny Dayton, Eddie Phillips, Avril Gentles, Irving Harmon, Ed Preble, Edmund Gaynes, Linda Donovan, Evan Thompson, Jerry Lycee, Mark Stone, Douglas Norwick, Don Deleo, Martha Cutrufello, Bernadette Brookes, Joan Shepard, Ileen Kemp, Sharon Sutton

Unexpected Guest

by Agatha Christie
directed by Michael Kahn

with Joan Fontaine, Dennis Patrick, James Coco, Myra Carter, Guy Spaull, Eleanor Phelps, Stephen Scott, Herbert Foster, Ian Wilder, David Hawkinson

A Remedy for Winter

by Leonard Spigelgass
directed by Charles Forsythe

with Dana Andrews, Susan Oliver, Polly Rowles, Michael Baseleon, Lon Clark

Madame Mousse

by Jean Pierre Aumont
adapted by Erich Segal
directed by Word Baker
advanced director Elizabeth Caldwell
costumes by Albert Wolsky

with Molly Picon, Jean Pierre Aumont, Estelle Winwood, Pierre Olaf, Marcia Rodd, Tony Musante

Nobody Loves an Albatross

by Ronald Alexander
directed by Perry Bruskin

with Dane Clark, Sherry Britton, Katherine Justice, James Dukas, Joy Stark, Isabelle Sanford, William Shust, Leonard Ross, Edmund Williams, Michael Enserro, Ina Miller, Norman Makaye, Evelyn Russell

So Much of Earth, So Much of Heaven

by Henry Denker
adapted from Ugo Betti’s play
directed by Edward Parone

with Claude Rains, Leueen MacGrath, Larry Gates, Lester Rawlins, Joanna Miles, Harris Yulin, Howard Honig

Mrs. Dally Has a Lover

by William Hanley
directed by Joseph Anthony

with Arlene Francis, Ralph Meeker, Robert Forster

Come Live With Me

World Premiere
by Lee Minoff & Stanley Price
directed by Malcolm Black

with Jack Carter, Nan Martin, Hillary Beckett, Michael Allinson, Hanne Bork, Yvonne Constant, Mort Marshall

American Conservatory Theatre in Repertory presented six plays:

directed by William Ball

Six Characters in Search of an Author

World Premiere
by Luigi Pirandello
English adaptation by Paul Avila Mayer
directed by byron Ringland

with Scott Hylands, Austin Pendleton, Jacqueline Coslow, Charlene Polite, Harry Frazier, Tom Dement, Judith Mihalyi, Clarence Morley, Robin Gammell, Richard A. Dysart, Joan Croydon, Al Alu, Janis Young, Kevin McKenzie, Karen Holstein, Ana Edler, Carol Teitel, Ted Sorel, Deann Mears, Richard Wendy, Lori Leadner, Josephine Nichols

Tiny Alice

by Edward Albee
directed by Mark Megin

with Harry Frazier, Ray Reinhardt, Paul Shenar, Al Alu, Deann Mears

Beyond the Fringe

by Jonathan Miller, Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, and Allen Bennett
directed by Rene Auberjonois

with Rene Auberjonois, Robin Gammell, Austin Pendleton, Charles Siebert

Death of a Salesman

by Arthur Miller
directed by Allen Fletcher

with Richard A. Dysart, Carol Teitel, Scott Hylands, Ted Sorel, Austin Pendleton, Janis Young, Harry Frazier, G. Wood, Paul Shenar, Judith Mihalyi, Thomas Dement, Al Alu, Jacqueline Coslow, Carlene Polite

Under the Milk Wood

by Dylan Thomas
original conception by William Ball
directed by byron Ringland

with Ray Reinhardt, Robin Gammell, Paul Shenar, Theodore Sorel, Richard A. Dysart, Carol Teitel, Deann Mears, Joan Croydon, Judith Milhalyi, Janice Young, Rene Auberjonois, Jay Doyle, Scott Hylans

Uncle Vanya

by Anton Chekhov
directed by Allen Fletcher

with Joan Croydon, Ray Reinhardt, Richard A. Dysart, G. Wood, Carol Teitel, Harry Frazier, Janice Young, Ramon Bieri, Jay Doyle, Jacqueline Coslow, Deann Mears, Josephine Nichols, Clarence Morley

The Owl and the Pussycat

by Bill Manhoff
directed by Alan Alda

with Alan Alda, Cicely Tyson

Life with Father

by Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse
based on Clarence Day’s book “Life With Father”
directed by John Drew Devereaux

with Tom Ewell, Ludi Claire, Holly Hill, John McGovern, Adelle Rasey, Bonnie Boland, Kevin Conlon, Alan Cabal, Shawn McGill John Madden, Karl Nielsen, Kitty Barling, Margaret Raphael, Marlene Ash, Laurie Crews, Harry Packwood

The Midnight Ride of Alvin Blum

by Donald Honig and Leon Arden

with Christina Crawford, Tony Roberts, Fred Clark, Francine Beers, Martin Huston

The Thimking Man

World Premiere
by John Tobias
directed by Richard Altman

with George Grizzard, Rita Gam, Roy Poole, Barbara Mattes, John Braden, Jerry Mickey, Lance Cunard

Mary, Mary

by Jean Kerr
directed by Scott McKay

with Betsy Palmer, Scott McKay, Paul McGrath, Richard Clarke, Judy Lewis


by John Jennings
directed by James Hammerstein

with Lisa Kirk, Robert Alda, Ned Wertimer, Myra De Groot, Bernadette Peters, Joseph Corby, Irene Byatt

The Subject Was Roses

by Frank D. Gilroy
directed by Paul Leaf

with Maureen O’Sullivan, Chester Morris, Walter McGinn

The Coffee Lover

by Stefan Kanfer and Jess Korman
directed by Morton daCosta

with Alexis Smith, Gabriel Dell, Vincent Gardenia, Truman Gaige, Gene Wood, Tony Lo Bianco, Linda Eskenas, Tracy Newman, Sandie Lessin, Saeed Jaffrey

Send Us Your Boy

by Jack Douglas
directed by Peter Turgeon

with Paul Ford, Doris Roberts, Frank Campanella, Joy Nichols, Louis Guss, Donald Buka, John Kendrick, Scott Bloom, Paul Dwyer, Merle Albertson, Guy Lockwood, Angus Cairns, Mildred Faboomba, Essie Jane Coryell, Al Leberfeld

The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by Inmates of the Asylum at Charenton Under the Direction of Marquis De Sade

by Peter Weiss
directed by Ben Janney and Nell Nugent

with Peter Bromilow, Ralph Clanton, Harvey Jason, Jack Ramage, Tom Rosqui, Stephen Scott, Brabara Stanton, Dorothy Tristan, Cherry Davis, Josip Elic, Peter Johl, James Sullivan, Lee Kissman, Richard Lundin, Yvonne Vincic, George Pollock, Don Bozick, Michele Collison, Stephen Everett, Ruth Newton, Ted August, Gail Ryan

The Best of Burlesque

by Jack Vaughn
directed by Jack Vaughn and Irv Harmon

with Sherry Britton, Irv Harmon, Jackie Henkins, Alan North, Paula Chin, Cathy Carnevale, Sarah Coleman, Jayne Schiff, Pat Blackwood, Jackie Miller

Help Stamp Out Marriage

by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall
directed by George Abbott


by William Goodhart
directed by Charles Forsythe

with Hans Conried, Tom Ligon, Nancy Donohue, Eric James, David Rosenbaum, Jerry Hausner

Spider’s Web

by Agatha Christie
directed by Eric Berry

with Joan Fontaine, Eric Berry, Richard Clarke, Peter Pagan, Michael d’Forrest, Jean Bruno, Herbert Foster, Frank Macintosh, Kathryn Baumann, John Cameron, John Stuart

Any Wednesday

by Muriel Resnik
directed by Don Porter

with Don Porter, Rosemary Prinz, Peggy Converse, Ryan MacDonald

What Did We Do Wrong?

written and directed by Henry Denker

with Paul Ford, Flora Campbell, Bruce Hyde, Gregory Rozakis, Carolyn Kemp, Roy Providence, John Buckwalter

The Impossible Years

by Bob Fisher and Arthur Marx
directed by Charles Forsythe

with Tom Ewell, Betty Wragge, John Luce, Tina Brooke, Tom Gorman, Tom McDermott, Tom Yourk, Jeanne Bolan, Schorling Schneider, Kevin Dobson, Nanci Addison, Ron Jones, Rita Mergenthaler, Tom Ligon


by Murray Schisgal
directed by Harvey Medlinsky

with Betsy Palmer, Donald Hotton, James Karen

A Delicate Balance

by Edward Albee
directed by June Havoc

with June Havoc, William Prince, Jane Hoffman, Wendell K. Phillips, Lucille Patton, Salome Jens

Barefoot in the Park

by Neil Simon
directed by Harvey Medlinsky

with Joan Bennett, Charles Korvin, Christina Crawford, Angus Duncan, James Beard, Morris Kalman

The Seven Deadly Arts

by Harold J. Kennedy and Robert Koesis

with Cesar Romero, Carole Mathews, Lon Gardner, Elaine Giftos, Robert Koesis, Donna Pearson, Harold J. Kennedy

Wait Until Dark

by Frederick Knott
directed by Porter Van Zandt

with Barbara Bel Geddes, James Tolkan, Joseph Mascolo, Leslie Grega, Beeson Carroll, Barry Hoffman, Beau James, Michael Baseleon

She Loves Me

book by Joe Masteroff
music by Jerry Bock
lyrics by Sheldon Harnick
based on a play by Miklos Laszlo
directed by Milton Lyon

with Jeannie Carson, Biff McGuire, Rae Allen, Robert Mesrobian, Ray Fry, Steve Kraft, John Mintun, Tracey Phelps, Tom Shields, Larry Kert

A Singular Man

by J. P. Donleavy
directed by Leo Garen

with E. G. Marshall, Sally Kellerman, Dick Schaal, Millie Slavin, Barbara Barrie

The Little Foxes

by Lillian Hellman
original stage production by Mike Nichols

with Geraldine Page, Richard Dysart, Betty Field, John Beal, Jack Manning, Franklin Kiser, Russell Gold, Mary Sullivan, Gertrude Jeannette, Andre Womble, Helen Martin

The Desk Set

by William Marchant
directed by Gus Schirmer

with Shirley Booth, Paul McGrath, Ray Fulmer, Evelyn Page, Yolande Bavan, Alice Spivak, Liz Sheridan, Betty Linton, Peter Shawn, Alan James, Morris Kalman, Beverly Haviland, Rick Frankel, Ann Sargent, James Malloy

The Star Spangled Girl

by Neil Simon
directed by Frank Corsaro

with Keir Dullea, Terry Kiser, K. C. Townsend

Two shows presented together:

The White Liars

by Peter Shaffer
directed by Paul Melton

with Dick Shawn, Joan Darling, John Horn

Black Comedy

by Peter Shaffer
directed by Paul Melton

with Dick Shawn, Joan Darling, John Horn, Diana Walker, Paul Benedict, Jerry Terheyden, Florence Tarlow, John O’Leary

Don’t Drink the Water

by Woody Allen
directed by Ross Bowman

with Hans Conried, Dody Goodman, Joan McCall, Peter Helm, John Hallow, Roy Monsell, Don Draper, Luke Andreas, Joe Endes, J. Frank Lucas, Morris Kalman, Jean Bross, Shelly Susskind, David Cupp, Gary Glanz

The Odd Couple

by Neil Simon
directed by Mike Kellin

with George Gobel, Mike Kellin, Nathaniel Frey, Don Simms, Charles Randall, Harry Eno, Lois De Banzie, Diane de Lorian

The Lion in Winter

by James Goldman
directed by Larry Arrick

with Arlene Francis, Martin Gabel, Ron Leibman, Michael Hawkins, Anne Draper, Douglas Travis, Alan Howard

Private Lives

by Noel Coward
directed by Richard Barr

with Joan Fontaine, Peter Pagan, Patricia Cutts, Georgia Healsip, Tom Helmore

Everybody’s Girl

by John Patrick
directed by Gordon Hunt

with Vivian Vance, Cynthia Bebout, Roy R. Scheider, Henry Thomas, Robert Dannenberg, David Christmas, Paul Thorne, Chris Ballmer, Peter Elwell, Robert Gaus

Cactus Flower

by Abe Burrows
based on a play by Pierre Barrillet and Jean-Pierre Gredy
directed by George Sherman

with Craig Stevens, Alexis Smith, Philip Cusack, Jenny O’Hara, Rudolph Willrich, Marcella Martin, Laura Miller, Errol Selsby, Arn Weiner

You Know I Can’t Hear You When the Water’s Running

by Robert Anderson
directed by Eddie Bracken

with Eddie Bracken, Michaele Myers, Robert Elston, Susan Bracken, Sherman Lloyd

The Show Off

by George Kelly
directed by John McQuiggan

with George Grizzard, Jessie Royce Landis, Joseph Bird, Monica Lovett, Martha Bundy, Drew Snyder, Donald Gantry, Harley Hackett, Robert Paget

The Chic Life

by Arthur Marx and Robert Fisher
directed by George Sherman

with James Whitmore, Audra Lindley, Patricia McAneny, Tom Urich, Milo Boulton

There’s a Girl in My Soup

by Terence Frisby

with William Shatner, Jill Haworth, James Valentine, Anne Murray, Linda Simon, John Eames, Paul Collins

Why I Went Crazy

A David Merrick Production
by Charles Dizenzo
directed by Joshua Logan

with Imogene Coca, Arnold Stang, Richard Castellano, Candy Azzara, Armand Assante, Mort Marshall


by Herman Shumlin
based on the novel Reuben, Reuben by Peter DeVries
directed by Gordon Hunt

with Hans Conried, Annette Hunt, Mary Cooper, Eileen Letchworth, Hansford Rowe, Martha Miller, Phillip Schopper, Kathleen Morrison, Ralph Drischell, Fred Miller, Linda Parrish, Jerome Dempsey

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

by Jay Allen
adapted from the novel by Muriel Spark
directed by Porter Van Zandt

with Betsy Palmer, Douglas Watson, Paddy Croft, Remak Ramsay, Jane Hallaren, Robert Blackburn, Janice Mars, Judy Dowd, Maureen Mooney, Swoosie Kurtz, Valerie Beaman, Evie Righter, Celia Watson, Brenda Biddle, Julie Evans, Beth Hughes, Paula Mirk, Elizabeth Smith

The Sound of Murder

by William Fairchild
directed by Porter Van Zandt

with Jeannie Carson, Biff McGuire, Hurd Hatfield, Olive Deering, Leon Shaw, John Milligan


by Carolyn Green
directed by Burry Fredrik

with Myrna Loy, William Roerick, Charles Braswell, Earl Montgomery, Lizabeth Pritchett

A Place for Polly

by Lonnie Coleman
directed by Arthur A. Seidelman

with Joan Hackett, Darryl Hickman, Evelyn Russell, Betsy von Furstenberg, Michael Hadge, Leona Maricle, Gordon B. Clarke, Humbert Allen Astredo, Walt Wanderman

Butterflies are Free

World Premiere
transfer to Broadway
by Leonard Gershe
directed by Milton Katselas
music by Stephen Schwartz

with Keir Dullea, Maureen O’Sullivan, Blythe Danner, Michael Zaslow

South Pacific

music by Richard Rodgers
lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
book by Oscar Hammerstein II and Joshua Logan
adapted from James A. Michener’s Tales of the South Pacific
directed by David Davis

with Cynthia Onrubia, Chandra Sharma, Michael Perrier, Sandra Deel, Paul Ukena, Alyce Webb, Bruce Campbell, Kenneth McMillan, William McCarthy, Jack Trussel, Edward Stevlingson, Llewellyn Thomas, James Robinson, Charles Sweigart, Dan Kruger, William Barone, Bill Boss, Larry McMillian, Sara Louise, Irma Rogers, Carol Gelfand, Barbara Cowley, Cely Carrillo, Michael Nelson

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