Productions
A Cry of Players

Boisterous and lusty, this is “a plausible account of how a young married named Will Shakespeare might have thought and behaved before he ran off to London and wrote all those plays!" (N.Y. Daily News) "The Miracle Worker" is among Gibson's other successes.
About the Play
Written By: William Gibson
On Broadway: IBDB Details

About the Production
Run Dates: 9/7/1971 - 9/18/1971
Program: Program (.pdf)
Venue: Queen Anne
Directed By: Arne Zaslove
Cast: Brian Abiram - Pope
C.W. Armstrong - Townsperson
Jack Axelrod - Roche
John Aylward - Ned
Glenn Buttkus - Gilbert
Bridget Donahoe - Townsperson
Morgan Dunne - Sandells
Loren Foss - Townsperson
Edward Holmes - Sir Thomas
Wayne Hudgins - Heming
Jean Marie Kinney - Meg
Charles Layne - Will
Jo Leffingwell - Jenny
Whitney Mason - Susanna
Ann McCaffray - Townsperson
Janice McElroy - Townsperson
Julian Miller - Kemp
Maureen Quinn - Anne
William Rongstad - Berry
Warren Sklar - Townsperson
Adrian Sparks - Old John; Fulk
Robert E. Taeschner - Richards
Deems Urquhart - Hodges
Michael Weholt - Arthur
Behind the Scenes: Jody Briggs - Stage Manager
James R. Crider - Costume Designer
Janette Grieb - Properties
Shelley Henze - Properties
Stan Keen - Special Music
Richard (Dick) Montgomery - Technical Director
Grace Nunes - Lighting Designer
William (Bill) Raoul - Settings