Grey Gardens

Name: Playwrights Horizons
Address: 416 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036
Production Details
First performance date: February 10, 2006
Opening date: March 7, 2006
Closing date: April 30, 2006
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Production Description
Based on the film "Grey Gardens" by David Maysles, Albert Maysles, Ellen Hovde, Muffie Meyer & Susan Froemke.

2006 Lucille Lortel Nominations
1. Outstanding Musical
2. Outstanding Featured Actress, Mary Louise Wilson
3. Outstanding Scenic Design, Allen Moyer
4. Outstanding Costume Design, William Ivey Long
5. Outstanding Sound Design, Brian Ronan

2006 Henry Hewes Design Awatd Nominations
1. Costume Design, William Ivey Long
2. Lighting Design, Peter Kaczorowski

2006 Outer Critics Circle Award Nominations
1. Outstanding New Score
2. Outstanding New Direction of a Musical, Michael Greif
3, Outstanding Set Design, Allen Moyer
4. Outstanding Costume Design, William Ivey Long
5. Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical, Mary Louise Wilson

2006 Artios Award Nomination
Off-Broadway Theatre Casting, Alaine Alldaffer, James Calleri and Alan Filderman

2005-2006 OBIE Award
Performance, Christine Ebersole

2006 Henry Hewes Design Award
Scenic Design, Allen Moyer

2006 Drama Desk Award
Outstanding Actress in a Musical, Christine Ebersole

2006 Outer Critics Circle Awards
1. Outstanding Off-Broadway Musical
2. Outstanding Actress in a Musical, Christine Ebersole

2006 Drama League Award
Best Performance, Christine Ebersole

2006 Drama Critics' Circle Award
Special Citation, Christine Ebersole
Opening Night Credits

Production Credits
Person/Company Credit
Playwrights Horizons Producer
Tim Sanford Artistic Director
Leslie Marcus Managing Director
Doug Wright Book
Scott Frankel Music
Michael Korie Lyricist
Michael Greif Director
Lawrence Yurman Musical Director
Jeff Calhoun Choreographer
Jodi Moccia Associate Choreographer
Allen Moyer Set Designer
William Ivey Long Costume Designer
Peter Kaczorowski Lighting Designer
Brian Ronan Sound Designer
Paul Huntley Hair Designer
Paul Huntley Wig Designer
Wendall K. Harrington Projections
William Russo General Manager
The Publicity Office Press Representative
Judith Schoenfeld Production Stage Manager
Carrie Meconis Assistant Stage Manager
Christopher Boll Production Manager
Lawrence Yurman Conductor
Karl Mansfield Assistant Conductor
Bruce Coughlin Orchestrations
John Miller Music Coordinator
Bill Sloat Bass Guitar
Anik Oulianine Cellist
Jeremy Miloszewicz Flugelhorn
Patrick Pridemore French Horn
Tim McLafferty Percussion
Ken Hitchcock Reeds
Tom Murray Reeds
Karl Mansfield Synthesizer
Jeremy Miloszewicz Trumpet
Eric DeGioia Violin
Alaine Alldaffer Casting
James Calleri Casting
Alan Filderman Casting

Actor Role
Matt Cavenaugh Joseph Patrick Kennedy, Jr./Jerry
Christine Ebersole Edith Bouvier Beale/
Sara Gettelfinger "Little" Edie Beale
Sarah Hyland Jacqueline Bouvier
John McMartin J.V. "Major" Bouvier/Norman Vincent Peale
Michael Potts Brooks
Bob Stillman George Gould Strong
Audrey Twitchell Lee Bouvier
Mary Louise Wilson Edith Bouvier Beale
This production transferred to Broadway. It opened on November 2, 2006 at the Walter Kerr Theatre. For more information regarding the Broadway production, please visit the Internet Broadway Database.