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  • (1958) Stage Play: The Visit. Drama. Written by Friedrich Dürrenmatt. Book adapted by Maurice Valency. Production Design by Teo Otto. Directed by Peter Brook. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (moved to The Morosco Theatre from 20 Aug 1958- close): 5 May 1958- 29 Nov 1958 (189 performances). Cast: Lynn Fontanne (as "Claire Zachanassian") [final Broadway role], Alfred Lunt (as "Anton Schill"), Marla Adams (as "Ottilie Schill, Schill's daughter") [only Broadway role], Frieda Altman (as "Frau Burgomaster, Mayor's Wife"), Jonathan Anderson (as "First Conductor"), David Clarke (as "Helmesberger, Second Man"), Robert Donley (as "Townsman"), Harrison Dowd (as "Vogel, Fourth Man"), Myles Eason (as "Pedro Cabral") [Broadway debut], Stanley Erickson (as "Mike, a bodyguard") [Broadway debut], Howard Fischer (as "Doctor Nusslin"), Vincent Gardenia (as "First Blind Man"), William Hansen (as "Pastor"), Alfred Hoffman (as "Second Blind Man"), Lesley Hunt (as "First Grandchild") [Broadway debut], John Kane (as "Truck Driver"), Gertrude Kinnell (as "Frau Block"), Joseph Lebermann (as "Station Master"), James MacAaron (as "Athlete"), Lois McKim (as "Second Grandchild"), Kent Montroy (as "Townsman"), Edward Moor (as "Reporter"), Daphne Newton (as "Frau Schill"), Clarence Nordstrom (as "The Painter"), Eric Porter (as "Burgomaster, Mayor"), John Randolph (as "Police Chief Schultz"), Milton Selzer (as "Wechsler, Third Man"), Keneth Thornett (as "Hofbauer, First Man"), William Thourlby (as "Max, a bodyguard"), Ken Walken (as "Karl Schill, Schill's son"), Peter Woodthorpe (as "Professor Muller"), John Wyse (as "Bobby"). Replacement actors: Frieda Altman (as "Frau Schill"), Michael Chase (as "Townsman"), Sarah Cunningham (as "Frau Burgomaster, Mayor's Wife"), Robert Donley (as "Wechsler, Third Man"), Frank Hamilton (as "First Conductor"). Produced by The Producers Theatre.
  • (1958) Active on Broadway in the following production:

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