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The Alchemist, Lincoln Center, New York, 1966

Play: The Alchemist

Theatre / City:Lincoln Center, New York

Dates:1966

Company:

Director / Producer: Jules Irving

Actors:Subtle - Michael O’Sullivan; Face - Robert Symonds; Dol - Nancy Marchand; Dapper - Lee Goodman; Drugger - Ray Fry; Epicure - George Voskovec; Surly - Michael Granger; Ananias - Earl Montgomery ; Tribulation - Aline Macmahon; Kastril - Robert Phalen; Pliant - Elizabeth Huddle; Lovewit - Philip Bosc

Archives:

Reviews / Production History: Walter Kerr, New York Times , 14 Oct. 1966; John Chapman , Daily News , 15 Oct. 1966; Richard P. Cooke, Wall Street Journal , 17 Oct. 1966; Vineta Colby, Park East , 20 Oct. 1966; Julius Novick, The Village Voice , 20 Oct. 1966; ‘Pickpocketing a Classic’, Time , 21 Oct. 1966, 85; Richard Gilman, ‘Olsen and Jonson ’, Newsweek , 24 Oct. 1966, p. 108; Robert Brustein, 'Sepulchral odors at Lincoln Center', New Republic , 29 Oct. 1966, 32-3; Henry Hewes, 'O, for a Philosopher’s Stone!', Saturday Review , 29 Oct. 1966, 49; Harold Clurman, 'Theatre', Nation , 31 Oct. 1966, 460; John Lahr, Manhattan East , 3 Nov. 1966; Theophilus Lewis, 'The Alchemist', America , 19 Nov. 1966, 688; John McCarten, 'Overwrought', New Yorker , 22 Oct. 1966, 83; Anthony West, 'The Alchemist: gropings in the dark', Vogue ,Dec. 1966, 161

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