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The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui

Machine guns, fast action, gangster molls and faltering politicians mark the rise of Arturo Ui, a 1920's Chicago gangster. But Ui is also Adolph Hitler, whose rise to power, says Brecht, was resistible.
About the Play
Written By: Bertolt Brecht
George Tabori - Adaptation
On Broadway: IBDB Details
On the Screen: IMDB Details
Wikipedia: Read Article

About the Production
Run Dates: 7/10/1975 - 7/26/1975
Program: Program (.pdf)
Venue: Queen Anne
Directed By: Gregory A. Falls
Cast: Tobias Andersen - Greenwool; Butcher
Daryl Anderson - Dogsborough's Manservant; Crocket
Richard E. (Dick) Arnold - The Pastor; Caruther
Eric Augusztiny - Shorty
Kurt Beattie - Giuseppe Givola
Richard Blackburn - The Prosecutor; Ted Ragg
Edwin (Ed) Bordo - Clark
Jane Bray - Dockdaisy
Robert Deitrich - The Court Physician
Gregory Elliot - Young Inna
Donald Ewer - Olds Dogsborough
Dean Gardner - Young Dogsborough
Kurt Garfield - Ernesto Roma
Steven W. Herrmann - The Defense Counsel; Gaffles
James Higgins - O'Casey; The Barker
Henry Hoffman - Emanuele Giri
John Horn - Arturo Ui
Tanny McDonald - Betty Dullfeet
Joseph Edward Meek - Goodwill
Bill Meyers - The Judge
Ivars Mikelson - Ignatius Dullfeet
Rod Pilloud - Flake
Alvin Lee Sanders - Mulberry
Tom Spiller - The Defendant Fish; Bowl
Ben Tone - Sheet
Ann H. Topping - A Wounded Woman
Behind the Scenes: Stan Keen - Original Music
Faye Kreinberg - Properties
Michael Lowther - Technical Director
Eileen MacRae Murphy - Stage Manager
Sally Richardson - Costume Designer
Phil Schermer - Lighting Designer
Jerry Williams - Settings