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The Changeling. Written by Thomas Middleton and William Rowley. Incidental music by David Amram. Madmen's choreography by Crystal Field. Scenic Design by David Hays. Directed by Elia Kazan
. ANTA Washington Square Theatre: 29 Oct 1964- 23 Dec 1964 (32 performances/played in repertory with After The Fall, Incident at Vichy, ...
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Elia 'Gadget' Kazan
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[at the Group Theater, 1932] I think Franchot Tone
takes pleasure in upsetting the chalice of high art here. You can't help admiring him. He's better educated, just plain smarter, than most of the others and has greater curiosity about life and boldness in dealing with his desires. I like him. Perhaps some of the self-righteous members think of Tone as a sinner because he wakes the sinner in them...
Kazan directed four performers to Best Supporting Actress Oscars: Celeste Holm, Kim Hunter, Eva Marie Saint, and Jo Van Fleet.