An Evening of One Acts

Name: St. Mark's Playhouse
Address: 133 2nd Avenue, New York, NY 10009
Production Information
Number of performances: 32
Opening date: March 25, 1969
Closing date: April 20, 1969
Opening Night Credits

Production Credits
Person/Company Credit
Negro Ensemble Company Producer
Alice Childress Playwright
Ted Shine Playwright
Derek Walcott Playwright
Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson Music
Edmund Cambridge Director
Douglas Turner Ward Director
Edward Burbridge Set Designer
Gertha Brock Costume Designer
Buddy Butler Lighting Designer
James S. Lucas Jr. Stage Manager

Actor Role
Samual Blue Jr. Sonson (Contribution)
Graham Brown Charlemagne (Malcochon)
Norman Bush Popo (Malcochon)
Rosalind Cash Conteur (Malcochon)
Frances Foster Maydelle (String)
Frances Foster Madeleine (Malcochon)
Arthur French Joe (String)
Arthur French Chantal (Malcochon)
Julius W. Harris L.V. Craig (String)
Bambi Jones Sadie (String)
Stephaine Mills Sadie (String)
Sonny Morgan Chorus Leader (Malcochon)
Esther Rolle Mrs. Beverly (String)
Esther Rolle Katy Jones (Contribution)
Clarice Taylor Mrs. Rogers (String)
Clarice Taylor Mrs. Gracie Love (Contribution)
Mari Toussaint Chorus (Malcochon)
Theodore Wilson Chorus (Malcochon)
Allie Woods Eugene Love (Contribution)
Allie Woods The Moumou (Malcochon)
Program of three one-act plays: STRING by Alice Childress and MALCOCHON by Derek Walcott, directed by Edmund Cambridge, and CONTRIBUTION by Ted Shine directed by Douglas Turner Ward.