Endecott and the Red Cross

Name: Theater at St. Clement's Church
Address: 423 West 46th Street, New York, NY 10036
Production Information
Number of performances: 15
Opening date: May 7, 1968
Closing date: May 18, 1968
Opening Night Credits

Production Credits
Person/Company Credit
American Place Theatre Producer
Wynn Handman Artistic Director
Robert Lowell Playwright
Robert Dennis Music
Richard Peaslee Music
John Hancock Director
John Wulp Set Designer
Robert LaVigne Costume Designer
Robert Morgan Lighting Designer
Julia Miles General Manager
John Springer Associates Press Representative
Louise Weiner Press Representative
Anne Bliss Stage Manager
Peter Galambos Stage Manager
Owen McEvoy Technical Director

Actor Role
James Brochu Indian/ Soldier
William Catanese Executioner
Ralph Clanton Palfrey
Marshall Efron Man dressed as a Witch
Spalding Gray Edward
Kenneth Haigh Governor Endecott
Polly Harding Bear/ Merry Mount Girl
John Harkins Thomas Morton
Donald Hawley Drummer
Frances Hession Edith
Dick Hobby Indian/ Soldier
Nicholas Kepros Mr. Blackstone
Dan Morgan Sargeant
Felicia Quinn Merry Mount Woman
Jan Saint Merry Mount Man/ Man with Stag's Head
Jack Scalici Merry Mount Man/ Man with Wolf's Head
David Schoming Musician
Roberta Shubert Indian Whore
Gregory Sierra Assawamset
Yolande Skeete Daughter of Assawamset
Stephen Wyman Private
Luke Wymbs Standard Bearer
Edward Zaloney Indian
Award Person / Company Function
1 WON 1968 Obie Award, Best Design Robert LaVigne Costume Designer