You Know I Can't Hear You When the Water's Running

One Act - Original

Ambassador Theatre (March 13, 1967 - June 02, 1968)
Broadhurst Theatre (June 24, 1968 - November 30, 1968)
Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (December 02, 1968 - January 04, 1969)
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Playwright: Robert Anderson

Synopsis

An evening of four one-acts about sex and relationships. In The Shock of Recognition, a respected playwright decides to add a new scene to his latest play. The Footsteps of Doves deals with a couple arguing over ditching their double bed for two singles. In I'll Be Home for Christmas, two suburban parents struggle over how to communicate the facts of life to their children. In I'm Herbert, two old people get confused about their past marital lives.

I'll Be Home For Christmas: An evening of four one-acts about sex and relationships. In The Shock of Recognition, a respected playwright decides to add a new scene to his latest play. The Footsteps of Doves deals with a couple arguing over ditching their double bed for two singles. In I'll Be Home for Christmas, two suburban parents struggle over how to communicate the facts of life to their children. In I'm Herbert, two old people get confused about their past marital lives.

I'm Herbert: An evening of four one-acts about sex and relationships. In The Shock of Recognition, a respected playwright decides to add a new scene to his latest play. The Footsteps of Doves deals with a couple arguing over ditching their double bed for two singles. In I'll Be Home for Christmas, two suburban parents struggle over how to communicate the facts of life to their children. In I'm Herbert, two old people get confused about their past marital lives.

The Footsteps of Doves: An evening of four one-acts about sex and relationships. In The Shock of Recognition, a respected playwright decides to add a new scene to his latest play. The Footsteps of Doves deals with a couple arguing over ditching their double bed for two singles. In I'll Be Home for Christmas, two suburban parents struggle over how to communicate the facts of life to their children. In I'm Herbert, two old people get confused about their past marital lives.

The Shock of Recognition: An evening of four one-acts about sex and relationships. In The Shock of Recognition, a respected playwright decides to add a new scene to his latest play. The Footsteps of Doves deals with a couple arguing over ditching their double bed for two singles. In I'll Be Home for Christmas, two suburban parents struggle over how to communicate the facts of life to their children. In I'm Herbert, two old people get confused about their past marital lives.

 

I'll Be Home For Christmas: Opening Night Cast

Martin Balsam Chuck
Eileen Heckart Edith
Melinda Dillon Clarice
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I'll Be Home For Christmas: Opening Night Production Credits

  Robert Anderson Writer
  Alan Schneider Director
  Ed Wittstein Scenic Design
Theoni V. Aldredge Theoni V. Aldredge Costume Design
  Jules Fisher Lighting Design
  Robert Kamlot General Manager
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I'm Herbert: Opening Night Cast

George Grizzard in I'm Herbert George Grizzard Herbert
Eileen Heckart Muriel
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I'm Herbert: Opening Night Production Credits

  Robert Anderson Writer
  Alan Schneider Director
  Ed Wittstein Scenic Design
Theoni V. Aldredge Theoni V. Aldredge Costume Design
  Jules Fisher Lighting Design
  Robert Kamlot General Manager
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The Footsteps of Doves: Opening Night Cast

Martin Balsam George
George Grizzard in The Footsteps of Doves George Grizzard Salesman
Eileen Heckart Harriet
Melinda Dillon Jill
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The Footsteps of Doves: Opening Night Production Credits

  Robert Anderson Writer
  Alan Schneider Director
  Ed Wittstein Scenic Design
Theoni V. Aldredge Theoni V. Aldredge Costume Design
  Jules Fisher Lighting Design
  Robert Kamlot General Manager
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The Shock of Recognition: Opening Night Cast

Martin Balsam Richard Pawling
George Grizzard in The Shock of Recognition George Grizzard Jack Barnstable
Melinda Dillon Dorothy
Joe Silver Herb Miller
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The Shock of Recognition: Opening Night Production Credits

  Robert Anderson Writer
  Alan Schneider Director
  Ed Wittstein Scenic Design
Theoni V. Aldredge Theoni V. Aldredge Costume Design
  Jules Fisher Lighting Design
  Robert Kamlot General Manager
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Shows That Opened That Season: 1966 - 1967

 
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