WRONG MOUNTAIN by David Hirson opened on Broadway at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre on January 13, 2000 and closed on February 5, 2000 after 19 previews and 28 performances.
Produced by Dodger Theatricals, American Conservatory Theatre of San Francisco, Lauren Mitchell and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; Executive Producer: Dodger Management Group (Sally Campbell Morse, Robert C. Strickstein).
Directed by Richard Jones; Scenic Design by Giles Cadle; Costume Design by Giles Cadle; Lighting Design by Jennifer Tipton and Sound Design by John Gromada.
Starring Daniel Davis (Maurice Montesor / festival director), Ron Rifkin (Henry Dennett / a poet), Beth Dixon (Claire / Henry’s ex-wife / Salome Blackwood / festival actor), Anne Dudek (Ariel / festival actor / Bookstore patron), Tom Riis Farrell (Duncan Hyde-Berk / festival actor / Leibowitz / Henry’s physician), Reg Flowers (Peter / Henry’s son-in-law / Jason Elmore / festival actor), Jody Gelb (Miranda Cortland-Sparks / festival actor / Woman in snow), Daniel H. Jenkins(Clifford Pike / a playwright / Stevens / a book seller / Bookstore patron), Ilana Levine (Jessica / Henry’s daughter), Bruce Norris (Adam / Henry’s son), Mary Schmidtberger (Winifred Hill / a playwright / Anne / a poet) and Michael Winters (Guy Halperin / Claire’s fiancé)
Understudies: Jacqueline Antaramian (Claire, Salome Blackwood, Jessica, Winifred Hill, Anne, Miranda Cortland-Sparks, Woman in snow), Ross Bickell (Henry Dennett, Maurice Montesor, Guy Halperin, Leibowitz, Duncan Hyde-Berk), Bryan T. Donovan (Adam, Clifford Pike, Stevens, Peter, Jason Elmore, Leibowitz, Duncan Hyde-Berk), Tom Riis Farrell (Henry Dennett, Guy Halperin), Reg Flowers (Adam, Clifford Pike, Stevens), Jody Gelb (Claire, Salome Blackwood), Ilana Levine (Miranda Cortland-Sparks, Woman in snow), Mary Schmidtberger (Ariel) and Mollie Stickney (Jessica, Winifred Hill, Anne, Ariel)
Associate Scenic Design: Patrick Fahey; Assistant Lighting Design: Les Dickert and Assistant Sound Design: Michael Creason
Company Manager: Mary Miller and General Manager: Robert C. Strickstein
Production Stage Manager: James Harker; Technical Supervisor: Unitech II, Corp, Brian Lynch and Ken Keneally and Stage Manager: Heather Cousens
Casting: Jay Binder; Marketing: The Karpel Group; Online Marketing by Toby Simkin / BuyBroadway Online Inc.; Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Press Associate: Susanne Tighe and Amy Jacobs and Photographer: Joan Marcus