Five Alarm Waltz. Written by Lucille S. Prumbs. Directed by Robert Lewis
. Playhouse Theatre: 13 Mar 1941- 15 Mar 1941 (4 performances). Cast: Roman Bohnen
(as "Dave Dorham"), Curt Conway (as "Young Man"), Howard Freeman (as "Theodore"), Elia Kazan
(as "Adam Boguris"), Harold Lui (as "Boy"), Louise Platt
(as "Brooke March"),
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Elia 'Gadget' Kazan
5' 8" (1.73 m)
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[on Natalie Wood
] The quality I remember about her was a kind of sweetness. When her persona fitted the role you couldn't do better. She was it.
Kazan won three Tony Awards for Best Director: for Arthur Miller
's "All My Sons" in 1947; for for Miller's "Death of a Salesman" in 1949; and for Archibald Macleish
's "J.B." in 1959. He was also nominated for Tony Awards four other times: as Best Director, for Tennessee Williams
's play "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" in 1956; as Best Director and co-producer of the Best Play nominee, William Inge
's "The ...
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