A Moon for the Misbegotten (Broadway)
A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN by Eugene O’Neill opened on Broadway at the Walter Kerr Theatre on March 19, 2000 and closed on July 02, 2000 after 15 previews and 120 performances.
Produced by Elliot Martin, Chase Mishkin, Max Cooper and Jujamcyn Theaters (James H. Binger: Chairman; Rocco Landesman: President; Paul Libin: Producing Director; Jack Viertel: Creative Director); Produced in association with Anita Waxman, Elizabeth Williams and The Goodman Theatre (Robert Falls, Artistic Director; Roche Schulfer, Executive Director).
Directed by Daniel Sullivan; Scenic Design by Eugene Lee; Costume Design by Jane Greenwood; Lighting Design by Pat Collins; Sound Design by Richard Woodbury and Incidental music by Richard Woodbury.
Starring Gabriel Byrne (James Tyrone, Jr.), Roy Dotrice (Phil Hogan Josie’s father), Cherry Jones (Josie Hogan), Paul Hewitt (Mike Hogan Josie’s brother) and Tuck Milligan (Stedman Harder)
Standby: Jack Davidson (Phil Hogan), Effie Johnson (Josie Hogan) and Tuck Milligan (James Tyrone, Jr.) Replacement Standby: Thomas Lyons (Mike Hogan, T. Stedman Harder)
General Manager: Robert Cole Productions, Inc.; Company Manager: Lisa M. Poyer
Production Stage Manager: Roy Harris; Technical Supervisor: Gene O’Donovan; Stage Manager: Denise Yaney
Casting: Bernard Telsey Casting, Inc.; Press Representative: Richard Kornberg & Associates; Online Marketing by Toby Simkin / BuyBroadway Online Inc.; Broadcast Footage: Peter Bloch and Verne Mattson/DWJ Television.
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