By Jupiter

Theatre
Name: Theatre Four
Address: 424 West 55th Street, New York, NY 10019
Production Details
Number of performances: 118
Opening date: January 19, 1967
Closing date: April 30, 1967
Opening Night Credits

Production Credits
Person/Company Credit
Robert Cherin Producer
Christopher Hewett Produced in Association
Fritz Holt Associate Producer
James Love Associate Producer
  
Lorenz Hart Book
Richard Rodgers Book
Lorenz Hart Lyricist
Richard Rodgers Composer
Julian F. Thompson Original Author
Fred Ebb Additional Material
  
Christopher Hewett Director
Milton Setzer Musical Director
  
Ellen Ray Choreographer
Ellen Ray Musical Staging
  
Helen Pond Set Designer
Herbert Senn Set Designer
Winn Morton Costume Designer
Robert L. Steele Lighting Designer
  
Samuel J. Friedman Press Representative
Marvin Kohn Press Representative
  
Fritz Holt Production Stage Manager
Fred Kimbrough Stage Manager
  
Lee Holdridge Dance Arrangements
Abba Bogin Orchestrations

Cast
Actor Role
Jackie Alloway Hippolyta
Emory Bass Homer
Irene Byatt Pomposia
Ronnie Cunningham Caustica
Hamp Dickens Amazon/ Greek
Bob Dishy Sapiens
Norma Doggett Heroica
Ronn Forella Amazon/ Greek
Ben Gerard Achilles
Ben Gerard Amazon/ Greek
Alice Glenn 2nd Sentry/ Messenger/ Huntress
Alice Glenn Amazon/ Greek
Rosemarie Heyer Buria
Robert R. Kaye Theseus
Violetta Landek Amazon/ Greek
Fayn Le Veille 1st Sentry
Fayn Le Veille Amazon/ Greek
Debra Lyman Trumpeter/ Runner
Debra Lyman Amazon/ Greek
Joyce Maret 3rd Sentry/ Trumpeter
Joyce Maret Amazon/ Greek
Richard Marshall Herald
Richard Natkowski Amazon/ Greek
Charles Rydell Hercules
Sheila Sullivan Antiope
Renata Vaselle Sergeant/ Penelope
Renata Vaselle Amazon/ Greek
Hamp Dickens Hercules UNDERSTUDY
Ben Gerard Sapiens UNDERSTUDY
Alice Glenn Minerva UNDERSTUDY
Rosemarie Heyer Antiope UNDERSTUDY
Fayn Le Veille Pomposia/ Buria UNDERSTUDY
Debra Lyman Heroica/ Caustica UNDERSTUDY
Richard Marshall Theseus UNDERSTUDY
Richard Natkowski Homer UNDERSTUDY
Renata Vaselle Hippolyta UNDERSTUDY
Notes
Revival of the musical by Rodgers & Hart based on THE WARRIOR'S HUSBAND by Julian F. Thompson.