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Stalag 17 (1951). Comedy/melodrama. Written by Donald Bevan and Edmund Trzcinski. Scenic Design by John Robert Lloyd. Lighting Design by John Robert Lloyd. Costume Design by Noel Taylor. General Manager: Milton Baron. Company Manager: J.R. Williams. Production Stage Manager: Buford Armitage. Stage Manager: Earl J. Brisgal. Assistant Stage Mgr: Eric Fleming. General Press Representative: David Lipsky. Assistant Press Representative: Joseph G. Lustig. Press Representative: Peggy Phillips. Advertising: Lawrence Weiner. Directed by José Ferrer. 48th Street Theatre: 6 May 1951- 21 Jun 1952 (472 performances). Cast: Jess Cain, Frank Campanella (as "Horney"), Garry Davis, John Ericson (as "Sefton") [Broadway debut], Eric Fleming, Douglas Henderson, Laurence Hugo, Harvey Lembeck (as "Harry Shapiro"), Curt Lowens, Frank Maxwell (as "Hoffman"), Allan Melvin (as "Reed") [Broadway debut], William Pierson, Richard Poston, Lothar Rewalt (as "Corporal Shultz"), Mark Roberts, Ludwig Roth, Robert Shawley, Otto Simanek, Robert Strauss (as "Stosh"), Edwin Strome, Arthur Walsh. Produced by José Ferrer. Associate Producer: Richard Condon.

(1997) Donald Bevan and his play, "Stalag 17," was performed at Harvest Productions and American Blues Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Louis Contey (director), Luke Cantarella (scenic designer), Michael Weber (sound designer), and Shelley Strasser Holland (lighting designer) in the crew.

Writer of the narration for the Capitol Records spoken word LP "Cyrano de Bergerac", which featured José Ferrer and some of the cast of the 1946 Broadway revival of the play, in which Ferrer had starred.

(1954) Donald Bevan and his play, "Stalag 17," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Robert Lansing, Vincent Gardenia, and Richard Poston in the cast. Buford Armitage was director.

(July 1954) Donald Bevan and his play, "Stalag 17," was performed at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine.


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