Johnny Johnson

Name: Carnegie Hall Playhouse
Address: 7th Avenue between 56th and 57th Street, New York, NY 10019
Production Information
Opening date: October 21, 1956
Closing date: October 28, 1956
Opening Night Credits

Production Credits
Person/Company Credit
Paul Green Lyricist
Kurt Weill Composer
Stella Adler Director
Samuel Matlovsky Musical Director
Mario Siletti Assistant Director
Robert Joffrey Choreographer
Wolfgang Roth Set Designer
Betty Coe Armstrong Costume Designer
Wolfgang Roth Lighting Designer
Zelda Dorfman General Manager
Merle Debuskey Press Representative
James Proctor Press Representative
Norman Kean Production Stage Manager

Actor Role
Art Alisi Corporal George/ Brother William
Sidney Armus His Honor/ Sergeant Jackson/ A Second Doctor/ Chief of the Allied Command/ Brother Hiram
James Broderick Johnny Johnson
Jonathan Bush Anguish Howington
Maurice Edwards Grandpa Joe/ The English Premier/ Brother Thomas
Gerald Garrigan Private Harwood/ A Scottish Colonel/ A Field Radio Operator/ Brother Theodore
Edmund Gaynes Anguish Howington Jr.
Joseph Kahn A Major French General/ Wee One
Frances Lane Another Friend/ Anguish Howington's Secretary
Joanne Linville A Sister from ODSDLD
James McDonald Private Kearns/ Another Field Officer/ Brother Jim
Virginia McMahon Minny Belle's Friend
Robert Minford An English Sergeant/ A British Major General/ A Doctor
James Moran A Sentry/ Private O'Day/ A British Commander-in-Chief/ The Secretary
Rosemary O'Reilly Minny Belle
Elizabeth Parrish A French Nurse/ His Secretary
Edward Printz Private Goldberg/ Johann/ Brother Claude
Logan Ramsey Captain Valentine/ The American Commander-in-Chief/ Brother Henry
Gene Saks Private Jessel/ A Doctor/ The French Premier/ Dr. Mahodan
Charles Tyner The Village Editor/ Dr. McBray/ An American Brigadier General/ An Attendant
James Vazules Private Fairfax/ An Orderly/ Dr. Frewd
Jack Waltzer A Photographer/ An Orderly/ Another Orderly/ Belgian Major General/ Mr. First
Bruce Williamson Private Svenson/ Brother George
Alice Winston Aggie Tompkins/ His Majesty