The Human Comedy

Name: Joseph Papp Public Theater/Anspacher Theater
Address: 425 Lafayette St, New York, NY 10003
Production Details
Number of performances: 79
Opening date: December 28, 1983
Closing date: March 4, 1984
Opening Night Credits

Production Credits
Person/Company Credit
Joseph Papp Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival Producer
Joseph Papp Producer
Jason Steven Cohen Associate Producer
William Dumaresq Book
William Dumaresq Lyricist
Galt MacDermot Composer
William Saroyan Original Author
Wilford Leach Director
Galt MacDermot Musical Director
Rita Ryack Costume Designer
Stephen Strawbridge Lighting Designer
Bruce Campbell Press Representative
Barbara Carroll Press Representative
Merle Debuskey Press Representative
Richard Kornberg Press Representative
K. Siobhan Phelan Stage Manager
Alan Fox Production Stage Manager
Tania Leon Conductor
Doug Shear Brass
Nestor Cybriwsky Cellist
Seldon Powell Flute
Allen Won Flute
Charles C. Brown III Guitar
Allen Shawn Keyboards
Jimmy Madison Percussion
Seldon Powell Saxophone
Allen Won Saxophone
Eddie Bert Trombone
Mac Gollehan Trumpet
Gregory Singer Viola
Joel Derovin Violin
Josh Rodriguez Violin

Actor Role
Josh Blake Ulysses
Anne Bobby Helen
Kenneth Bryan Soldier
Gordon Connell Mr. Grogan
Christopher Edmonds Thief
Laurie Franks Miss Hicks
Leata Galloway Diana Steed
Stephen Geoffreys Homer
Delores Hall Beautiful Music
David H. Johnson Trainman
Don Kehr Voice of Matthew/Marcus
Lisa Kirchner Girl
Joseph Kolinski Toby
Bonnie Koloc Mother
Donna Lee Marshall Townsperson
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio Bess
Kathleen Rowe McAllen Neighbor
Olga Merediz Mexican Lady
Grady Mulligan Townsperson
Daniel Noel Felix
Louis Padilla Boy
Caroline Peyton Mary Arena
Rex Smith Spangler
Vernon Spencer Townsperson
Michael Willson Soldier
Replacement Credits

Actor Role
Walter Hudson Spangler

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Award Person / Company Function
1 WON 1984 Theatre World Award Stephen Geoffreys Actor
This production transferred to the Royale Theater on Broadway on April 5, 1984 and closed April 15, 1984.