Svejk

Theatre
Name: The Duke on 42nd Street
Address: 229 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036
Production Details
First performance date: November 6, 2004
Opening date: November 14, 2004
Closing date: December 5, 2004
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Awards
Nominated

2005 Lucille Lortel Nomination
Outstanding Costume Design, Anita Yavich
Won

Opening Night Credits

Production Credits
Person/Company Credit
Theatre for a New Audience Producer
Jeffrey Horowitz Artistic Director
Dorothy Ryan Managing Director
  
Colin Teevan Playwright
Colin Teevan Lyricist
Lenny Pickett Original Music
Jaroslav Hasek Original Author
  
Dalia Ibelhauptaite Director
Kris Kukul Musical Director
  
B.H. Barry Fight Director
  
Gideon Davey Set Designer
Anita Yavich Costume Designer
Mimi Jordan Sherin Lighting Designer
Robert Kaplowitz Sound Designer
Marty Kopulsky Hair Designer
  
Jessica Niebanck General Manager
Bruce Cohen Group Press Representative
  
Jane Pole Production Stage Manager
Alexis R. Prussack Assistant Stage Manager
  
Nick Schwartz-Hall Production Manager
  
Deborah Brown Casting

Cast
Actor Role
Max Casella Footnote
Jo Flores Chase Nurse/A Maid/Old Woman/Madame
David Copley Singer
David Deblinger Mr. Palivec/Vodicka/Yet Another Malingerer/A Harz Canary/"Voice"
Juliana Francis Mrs. Palivec/Virgin Mary/Katy/Empress/Prostitute
Michael Gotch Sergeant Two/Corporal/Kretschmann/Army Intelligence/Officer/"Voice"
Matt Hinkley Singer
Ted Huffman Singer
Ken Jennings One Man Band/A Disinterested Man
David Keck Singer
Paul Lazar A Stationer/Emperor Franz Josef/Another Malingerer/Captain Sagner/"Voice"
Peter McRobbie Bretschneider/Doctor/Katz/Schroder
Mark Mineart Lt. Dub/Sergeant One/Medical Orderly/"Voice"
Chip Persons A Gambler/A Malingerer/An Angora Cat/Kakonyi/Cook/"Voice"
Richard Poe Judge/Army Doctor/General Kraus/St. Peter
Ryan Shively Lt. Lukas
Stephen Spinella Svejk
Paul Niebanck N/A UNDERSTUDY