Serjeant Musgrave's Dance

Theatre
Name: Lucille Lortel Theatre
Address: 121 Christopher Street, New York, NY 10014
Production Details
Number of performances: 135
Opening date: March 8, 1966
Closing date: July 3, 1966
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Awards
Nominated

Won

1966 Clarence Derwent Award
Jeanne Hepple

1966 Obie Award
Set Design, Ed Wittstein
Opening Night Credits

Production Credits
Person/Company Credit
Ivor David Balding Producer
Peter Cook Producer
Establishment Co. Inc. Producer
Joseph E. Levine Producer
Lucille Lortel Productions Inc. Produced in Association
Peter L. Bellwood Associate Producer
  
John Arden Playwright
Dudley Moore Music
  
Stuart Burge Director
  
Ed Wittstein Set Designer
  
Thomas B. Burrows General Manager
Walter Alford Press Representative
John Springer Associates Press Representative
Paul Solomon Press Representative
Louise Weiner Press Representative
  
Charles Maryan Production Stage Manager
Bernie Passeltiner Stage Manager

Cast
Actor Role
Thomas Barbour The Parson
W.B. Brydon Walsh
John Colicos Serjeant Musgrave
James Davis Collier
David Doyle Bludgeon
Dan Durning The Mayor
Guy Bon Giovanni Collier
Walter Hadler Trooper of Dragoons
Roger Hamilton Officer of Dragoons
Paul Hecht A Pugnacious Collier
Jeanne Hepple Annie
Jerry Hopkins Collier
Charlotte Jones Mrs. Hitchcock
Simm Landres A Slow Collier
Terry Lomax Private Sparky
John P. Ryan The Constable
Roy Scheider Private Hurst
Leigh Wharton Private Attercliffe
Replacement Credits

Cast
Actor Role
W.B. Brydon Serjeant Musgrave
Walter Hadler A Puganacious Collier
Paul Hecht Walsh
Louise Larabee Mrs. Hitchcock
Joan White Mrs. Hitchcock
Notes
At the time this production played the theatre was known as the Theatre de Lys.