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(1984) Michael Frayn and his play, "Number One," was performed at the Queen's Theatre in London, England with Leo McKern and Joe Melia in the cast.

Legend of Lovers (1951). Written by Jean Anouilh. Adapted from the French play "Eurydice" by Kitty Black. Music specially composed by John Hotchkis. Directed by Peter Ashmore. Plymouth Theatre: 26 Dec 1951- 12 Jan 1952 (22 performances). Cast: Richard Burton (as "A Musician"), Dorothy McGuire (as "An Actress"), Bruce Gordon (as "Dulac"), Hugh Griffith (as "His Father"), Edith King, Noel Willman, Ludi Claire, Alexander Clark, Jr., Clement Fowler, Roy Johnson, Chaddock Munro, Jennifer Raine, Byron Russell (as "Station Waiter"), Eric Sinclair, William Smithers (as "Hotel Waiter"), Ruth Volner. Produced by The Theatre Guild (Theresa Helburn, Lawrence Langner: Administrative Directors). Produced by arrangement with H.M. Tennent, Ltd.

(1990) His play, "The Rehearsal", was performed at the Garrick Theatre in London, England with Nicola Pagett, Jonathan Hyde and Jonathan Kent in the cast. Ian McDiarmid was the director.

Traveller Without Luggage (1964). Written by Jean Anouilh. Translated by Lucienne Hill. Scenic Design by Oliver Messel. Costume Design by Oliver Messel. Lighting Design by Gerald Feil. Directed by Robert Lewis. ANTA Playhouse: 17 Sep 1964- 24 Oct 1964 (44 performances + 2 previews). Cast: Mildred Dunnock (as "Madame Renaud"), Ben Gazzara (as "Gaston"), Rae Allen, Margaret Braidwood, Stephen Elliott, Nancy Wickwire, William Cottrell (as "The Butler"), Ronald Dawson, Jeffrey Neal, Anthony Palmer, Boris Tumarin. Standby: Ralph Waite (as "Gaston," "Georges Renaud"). Produced by Carroll Masterson, Harris Masterson, Norman Twain and ANTA ('Alfred de Liagre Jr': executive producer. Jean Dalrymple: executive director).

(1975) His play, "Ardele," was performed at the Queen's Theatre in London, England with Vincent Price, Coral Browne, Charles Gray, Allan Cuthberton, and Anita Dobson in the cast. Frith Banbury MBE was director.

(1950-1951) His play, "Point of Departure," was performed at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England in 1950 and at the Duke of York's Theatre in London, England in 1951 with Mai Zetterling, Dirk Bogarde, Stephen Murray, Hugh Griffith, John Moffatt, Brenda De Banzie, George Hayes, Eric Pohlmann, and Philip Stainton in the cast.

(1951) His play, "Ardele," was performed at the Vaudeville Theatre in London, England with Isabel Jeans in the cast.

(1952) His play, "Colombe", was adapted by Denis Cannan at the New Theatre in London, England with Yvonne Arnaud, Michael Gough and Joyce Redman in the cast. Peter Brook was the director.

(1952) His play, "Thieves' Carnival," was performed at the Arts Theatre Club in London, England with John Laurie, Harold Lang, Robin Bailey, Wyndham Goldie, Judith Furse, Maxine Audley, David Bird, Gerald Harper, and Tutte Lemkow in the cast. Roy Rich was director. John Hotchkis was musical director.

(1953-1954) His play, "L'Alouette," was performed at the Theatre Montparnasse Gaston Baty in Paris, France with Suzanne Flon, Michel Bouquet, Michel Etcheverry, Maurice Jacquemont, Marcel Peres, Claude Richard, and Henry Grange in the cast.

(1955) His play, "The Lark," was performed at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Dorothy Tutin, Richard Johnson, Laurence Naismith, Leo McKern, Donald Pleasance, Peter Cellier, and George Murcell in the cast. Peter Book was director.

(1956) His play, "The Waltz of Toreadors," was performed at the Criterion Theatre in London, England with Hugh Griffith, Beatrix Lehmann, Walter Hudd, Trader Faulkner, Brenda Bruce, and Gabrielle Daye in the cast. Peter Hall was director.

(1957) His play, "Pauvre Bitos," was performed at the Theatre Montparnasse Gaston Baty in Paris, France with Michel Bouquet, Jean Martinelli, Pierre Mondy, Roland Pietri, Bruno Cremer, Gabriel Gobin, Jean Lagache, Claude Richard, Christian Ludo, Anne Guerini, and Genevieve Brunet in the cast.

(1957) His play, "Dinner with the Family," was performed at the New Theatre in London, England with John Justin, Jill Bennett, Lally Bowers, Alan MacNaughtan, and Ian Hendry in the cast. Frank Hauser was director.

(1959) His play, "Becket," or "L'Honneur De Dieu," was performed at the Theatre Montparnasse Gaston Baty in Paris, France with Daniel Ivernel, Bruno Cremer, Marguerite Lamois in the cast. He and Roland Pietri were directors. Jean-Denis Malcles was designer.

(1964) His play, "Poor Bitos," was performed at the Duke of York's Theatre in London, England with Peter Woodthorpe, Donald Pickering, David Beale, Martin Jarvis, Donald Pleasance, Charles Gray, and Ronald Lewis in the cast.

(1965) His play, "The Cavern," was performed at the Nottingham Playhouse in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England with Christopher Hancock, Gillian Martell, John Tordoff, and Gemma Jones in the cast. Donald McWhinnie was director.

(1949) His play, "Antigone," was performed at the Old Vic at the New Theatre in London, England with Vivien Leigh, Laurence Olivier, George Relph, George Cooper, and Peter Cushing in the cast. Laurence Oliver was also director.

(July 11, 1961) His play, "Becket," was performed in the Stratford Theatre Festival at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England in the Royal Shakespeare/Stratford-On-Avon Company production with Christopher Plummer, Eric Porter, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Peter Jeffrey, Diana Rigg, Ian Holm, and Roy Dotrice in the cast. Peter Hall was director.

(December 13, 1961-April 1962) His play, "Becket," was performed for the Stratford Theatre Festival for the Royal Shakespeare Company Theatre at the Globe Theatre in London, England with Christopher Plummer, Eric Porter, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Diana Rigg, Philip Voss, Esmond Knight, and Robert Lang in the cast. Peter Hall was director.

Ring Round the Moon (1950). Comedy. Written by Jean Anouilh. Translated by Christopher Fry. Incidental music by Francis Poulenc. Choreographed by Ted Cappy. Setting supervised by Raymond Sovey. Lighting supervised by Raymond Sovey. Costume Design by Castillo. The Winter Garden setting designed by Georges Wakhevitch. Directed by Gilbert Miller. Martin Beck Theatre: 23 Nov 1950- 13 Jan 1951 (68 performances + 1 preview). Cast: Stella Andrew (as "Isabelle, a ballet dancer"), Denholm Elliott (as "Hugo, a young man about town/Frederic, Hugo's brother, in love with Diana Messerschmann"), Oscar Karlweis (as "Messerschmann, Diana's father, a melancholy millionaire"), Lucile Watson (as "Madame Desmermortes, aunt to Hugo, Frederic and Lady India"), William Allyn (as "Footman"), Francis Compton (as "Joshua, a crumbling butler"), Georgina Cookson (as "Lady India, Messerschmann's mistress, secretly in love with Bombelles"), Marcel Dill (as "The General"), Michael Evans (as "Patrice Bombelles, Messerschmann's secretive secretary"), Brenda Forbes (as "Isabelle's Mother, a teacher of the pianoforte"), Cynthia Latham (as "Capulat, Madame Desmermortes' faded companion"), Bennett Martin (as "Footman"), Neva Patterson (as ""), 'Neva Messerschmann, engaged to Frederic, secretly in love with Hugo"), Philip Tonge (as "Romainville, a patron of the arts and of Isabelle") [final Broadway role]. Produced by Gilbert Miller.

Cry of the Peacock (1950). Comedy. Written by Jean Anouilh. Book adapted by Cecil Robson. Scenic Design by Cecil Beaton. Costume Design by Cecil Beaton. Directed by Martin Ritt. Mansfield Theatre: 11 Apr 1950- 12 Apr 1950 (2 performances). Cast: Peter Brandon (as "Nicolas"), Lili Darvas (as "General's Wife"), Oskar Karlweis (as "Count"), Marta Linden (as "Countess"), Raymond Lovell (as "The General"), Kathleen Maguire (as "Ada"), Richard Martin (as "Tutor"), Clifford Sales (as "Toto"), Mimi Strongin (as "Marie Christine"), Philip Tonge (as "Hector De Villardieu"), Patricia Wheel (as "Nathalie"). Produced by James Colligan and Donald Medford.

(1966) His play, "The Fighting Cock," was performed in a Chichester Festival Theatre production at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, Sussex, England with Michael Aldridge, Sarah Badel, John Standing, and John Clements in the cast. Norman Marshall was director.

(1971) His play, "Dear Antoine," was performed in a Chichester Festival Production at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, Sussex, England with Edith Evans, John Clements, Joyce Redman, Rene Asherson, Michael Aldridge, Harold Innocent, Peter Egan, and Jane Baxter in the cast. Robin Phillips was director.

Time Remembered (1957). Romantic comedy. Written by Jean Anouilh. English version by Patricia Moyes. Incidental music by Vernon Duke. Lyrics and Orchestrations by: Vernon Duke. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Costume Design by Miles White. Lighting Design by Feder. Directed by Albert Marre. Morosco Theatre: 12 Nov 1957- 28 Jun 1958 (248 performances). Cast: Richard Burton (as "Prince Albert"), Helen Hayes (as "The Duchess of Pont-Au-Bronc"), Susan Strasberg (as "Amanda, a milliner"), Glenn Anders (as "Lord Hector"), Sig Arno (as "Ferdinand, a head waiter"), Emil Borsody (as "The Cellist"), George Ebeling (as "The Taxi Driver"), Truman Gaige (as "Germain, a ghilly"), Stanley Grover (as "The Singer"), Edmund Horn (as "The Pianist"), George Landolf (as "Footmen and Waiters"), Seymour Miroff (as "The Violinist"), LeRoi Operti (as "The Ice Cream Man"), Frederick Rolf (as "Theophilus, a butler"), Fred Starbuck (as "Footmen and Waiters"), E.W. Swackhamer (as "Footmen and Waiters"), Frederic Warriner (as "The Landlord"). Replacement actors: Urey Krasnopolsky (as "The Pianist"), Ellen Madison (as "The Coat Room Attendant"). Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, Robert Anderson, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Roger L. Stevens, John F. Wharton). Produced in association with Milton Sperling.

(1991) His play, "Becket," was performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Derek Jacobi, Robert Lindsay, Ken Bones, Dilys Hamlett, and Ronnie Stevens in the cast.

(1951) Christopher Fry and his play, "Ring Round the Moon," was performed at the Globe Theatre in London, England with Paul Scofield, Marie Lohr, Claire Bloom, Richard Wattis, Cecil Trouncer, William Mervyn, and Mona Washbourne in the cast. Peter Brook was director. Oliver Messel was designer. Richard Addinsell was musical director.

(1950) Christopher Fry and his play, "Ring Round the Moon," was performed at the Globe Theatre in London, England with Paul Scofield, Margaret Rutherford, Claire Bloom, Richard Wattis, Cecil Trouncer, William Mervyn, and Mona Washbourne in the cast. Peter Brook was director. Oliver Messel was designer. Richard Addinsell was musical director.

(1955) His play, "Time Remembered", was performed at the New Theatre in London, England with Paul Scofield, Margaret Rutherford and Mary Ure in the cast.

(1954) His play, "Time Remembered", was performed at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Paul Scofield, Margaret Rutherford and Mary Ure in the cast.

(1961) His play, "The Rehearsal", was performed at the Globe Theatre in London, England with Maggie Smith, Phyllis Calvert, Robert Hardy, Diana Churchill and Alan Badel in the cast.

(1955) Christopher Fry and his play, "The Lark", was performed at the Opera House in Manchester, England with Dorothy Tutin, Richard Johnson, Leo McKern, Donald Pleasence and George Murcell in the cast. Peter Brook was the director.

(1955) Christopher Fry and his play, "The Lark", was performed at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Dorothy Tutin, Richard Johnson, Leo McKern and Donald Pleasence in the cast. Peter Brook was the director.

(1984) Michael Frayn and his play, "Number One," was performed at the Queen's Theatre (West End) in London, England with Leo McKern and Joe Melia in the cast.

(1990) His play, "The Rehearsal," was performed at the Garrick Theatre in London, England with Nicola Pagett, Jonathan Hyde, and Jonathan Kent in the cast. Ian McDiarmid was director.

(1999) His play, "Eurydice," was performed at Whitehall Theatre in London, England with Orlando Seale, Amy Marston, Edward De Souza, Desmond Barrit, Susan Tracy, and Geoffrey Beevers in the cast.

(March 12, 1967) His play, "Becket," was performed at the Harper Theater in Chicago, Illinois.

(1967-1968) His play, "Thieves' Carnival," was performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production at the Geary and Marine Memorial Theatres in San Francisco, California. Jerome Kilty was director.

(November 9, 1956) His play, "The Lark," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Julie Harris and Sam Jaffe in the cast.

(October 7, 1957) His play, "The Waltz of the Toreadors," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Melvyn Douglas in the cast.

(1959) His play, "Time Remembered," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Frances Starr and Donald Buka in the cast. Frank Carrington and Agnes Morgan were directors.

(July 1958) His play, "The Waltz of the Toreadors," was performed at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Claude Dauphin and Lili Darvas in the cast.

(August 1980) His play, "Leocadia," was adapted by Albert Marre into "An April Song," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Glynis Johns in the cast.

(November 17, 1953) His play, "Thieves' Carnival," was translated by Lucienne Hill at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Lawrence Carra was director.

(April 2, 1958) His play, "Mademoiselle Colombe," was adapted by Denis Cannan at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Warren Enters was director.

(April 5, 1960) His play, "Ring Round the Moon," was adapted by Christopher Fry at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. F. Cowles Strickland was director.

(December 3, 1964 to January 3, 1965) His play, "The Rehearsal," was translated by Pamela Hansford Johnson and Kitty Black at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Mel Shapiro was director.

(September 14 to December 3, 1967) His play, "Poor Bitos" was translated by Lucienne Hill at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Harold Stone was director.

(October 14 to November 20, 1988) His play, "Ring Round the Moon," was adapted by Christopher Fry at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Douglas C. Wager was director.

(April 1 to May 10, 1975) His play, "Ring Round the Moon," was performed at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Michael York and Glynis Johns in the cast. Joseph Hardy was director. Christopher Fry was adapter. Anthony Powell was set and costume designer.

(1967-1968 season) His play, "The Rehearsal," was performed at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut. Arvin Brown was director. James Gohl was set and lighting designer. Rosemary Ingham was costume designer.

(May 9 to June 2, 1968) His play, "Thieves' Carnival," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Bobby Jones (Musician); Max Howard (Hector); Jane Singer (Eva); Billy Bradford (Town Crier); Barry Michlin (Peterbono); Lenny Baker (Gustave); Temple Sternm (Nurse); Reedy Gibbs (Juliette): Dale Carter Cooper (Lady Hurf); Grant Sheehan (Lord Edgard); Charles Kissinger (Dupont Dufort Senior); J.S. Johnson (Dupont Dufort Junior); and Kathy Amos (a young girl) in the cast. Richard Block was director. The Policemen were played by Billy Bradford, Chris Miller and Tony Minks.

(October 29 to November 21, 1987) His play, "Ring Round the Moon," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Ray Fry (Joshua); David Manis (Hugo, Frederic); Barbara Gulan (Diana Messerschmann); Bob Burrus (Patrice Bombelles); Peggity Price (Lady India); Beth Dixon (Madame Desmortes); Adale O'Brien (Capulet); Jonathan Bolt (Romainville); William McNulty (Messerschmann); Jody Gelb (Isabelle); Sally Noble Hager (Her Mother); Herbert Metzler Sr. (General); Chris Burmester (Footman); Al Proia (Footman) and Matthew B. Greenburg (Double for Hugo, Frederic) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.


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