The Day the Whores Came Out to Play Tennis/ Sing to Me Through Open Windows

Theatre
Name: Players Theatre
Address: 115 MacDougal St, New York, NY 10012
Production Details
Number of performances: 24
Opening date: March 15, 1965
Closing date: April 4, 1965
Opening Night Credits

Production Credits
Person/Company Credit
Don Herbert Producer
Russ Kaiser Producer
  
Arthur Kopit Playwright
John Morris Music
  
Gerald Freedman Director
  
Ed Wittstein Set Designer
Willa Kim Costume Designer
Thomas Skelton Lighting Designer
Gigi Cascio Sound Designer
  
Joseph Beruh General Manager
Al Isaac General Manager
Stanley F. Kaminsky Press Representative
Samuel Lurie Press Representative
  
Clyde Ventura Stage Manager
Donald Wesley Stage Manager

Cast
Actor Role
Joseph Chaikin The Clown (Sing)
James Douglas Rudolph (The Day)
Phil Foster Franklin Delano Kuvl (The Day)
Lou Gilbert Ottoman the Man (Sing)
Lou Gilbert Old Gayve (The Day)
Anthony Holland Herbert Hoover Kuvl (The Day)
John D. Irving Duncan (The Day)
Muni Seroff Alexander Ratscin (The Day)
Royston Thomas Andrew the Boy (Sing)
Shimen Ruskin N/A UNDERSTUDY
Clyde Ventura N/A UNDERSTUDY
Ray Weston N/A UNDERSTUDY
Notes
Two one-act plays by Arthur Kopit: SING TO ME THROUGH OPEN WINDOWS and THE DAY THE WHORES CAME OUT TO PLAY TENNIS.