NEW

The House of Blue Leaves

Theatre
Name: Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater
Address: 150 West 65th Street, New York, NY 10023
Production Details
Number of performances: 38
Opening date: March 19, 1986
Closing date: April 20, 1986
Opening Night Credits

Production Credits
Person/Company Credit
Lincoln Center Theater Producer
Bernard Gersten Executive Producer
Gregory Mosher Artistic Director
  
John Guare Playwright
  
Jerry Zaks Director
  
Tony Walton Set Designer
Ann Roth Costume Designer
Paul Gallo Lighting Designer
Aural Fixation Sound Designer
  
Kate Stewart Stage Manager

Cast
Actor Role
Ian Blackman M.P./El Dorado Bartender
Jane Cecil 2nd Nun
Jane Cecil Head Nun
Stockard Channing Bunny Flingus
Peter J. Dowling White Man/El Dorado/Bartender
Patricia Falkenhain Head Nun
Julie Hagerty Corrinna Stroller
Swoosie Kurtz Bananas Shaughnessy
John Mahoney Artie Shaughnessy
Kathleen McKiernan Bananas Shaughnessy/Little Nun
Ben Stiller Ronnie Shaughnessy
Ann Talman Little Nun
Christopher Walken Billy Einhorn
Ian Blackman Ronnie Shaughnessy UNDERSTUDY
Brian Evers Artie Shaughnessy/Billy Einhorn UNDERSTUDY
Melodie Somers Bunny Flingus/Corrinna Stroller UNDERSTUDY
Awards
Award Person / Company Function
1 WON 1986 Clarence Derwent Award John Mahoney Actor
2 WON 1986 Drama Desk Award, Outstanding Revival of a Play John Guare Playwright
      Lincoln Center Theater Producer
3 NOMINATED 1986 Drama Desk Award, Outstanding Actor in a Play John Mahoney Actor
4 NOMINATED 1986 Drama Desk Award, Outstanding Actress in a Play Stockard Channing Actor
5 NOMINATED 1986 Drama Desk Award, Outstanding Actress in a Play Swoosie Kurtz Actor
6 WON 1986 Drama Desk Award, Outstanding Director of a Play Jerry Zaks Director
7 WON 1986 Drama Desk Award, Outstanding Set Design Tony Walton Set Designer
8 WON 1986 Hewes Design Award, Scenic Design Tony Walton Set Designer
9 WON 1986 Obie Award, Best Performance Swoosie Kurtz Actor
Notes
Transferred to the Vivian Beaumont Theatre on April 29, 1986 and closed on October 5, 1986. It reopened at the Plymouth Theatre on October 14, 1986 and closed on March 15, 1987.