Name: Martinique Theatre
Address: 32nd Street/Broadway, New York, NY 10001
Production Details
Number of performances: 43
Opening date: May 6, 1965
Closing date: July 3, 1965
Opening Night Credits

Production Credits
Person/Company Credit
Circle in the Square Producer
Theodore Mann Producer
Paul Libin Producer
Bertolt Brecht Playwright
Bertolt Brecht Songs
Eric Bentley Adaptation
Martin Esslin Adaptation
Gladys Vaughan Director
Will Holt Musical Director
Robert Darling Set Designer
Noel Taylor Costume Designer
Roger Morgan Lighting Designer
Stefan Wolpe Musical Arrangements

Actor Role
James Antonio Young Man/ Other Roles
Alan Astredo Pianist
Maury Cooper Dr. Piller/ Other Roles
Joan DeWeese Emily/ Other Roles
Flora Elkins Sophie Barger/ Other Roles
David Gale Googoo/ Other Roles
Peter Gerety Johannes/ Other Roles
Bette Henritze Young Lady/ Other Roles
Leonard Hicks Pschierer/ Other Roles
Lloyd Hollar Truck Driver/ Other Roles
James Earl Jones Ekart
George McGrath Truck Driver/ Other Roles
Herbert Nelson Mech/ Other Roles
Gilpin Oliver Elder Sister
Mitchell Ryan Baal
Ed Setrakian Bum/ Other Roles
Kathleen Sullivan Johannna/ Other Roles
Lisa Weinstein Younger Sister

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Award Person / Company Function
1 WON 1965 Obie Award, Distinguished Performance James Earl Jones Actor
Played in repertory with the New York Shakespeare Festival's production of Othello starting on May 6, 1965. Baal reopened on September 7, 1965 and played for 15 performances. It closed on September 18, 1965.