Precious Sons

Play - Original

Longacre Theatre

Data not verified
  • First Preview: February 24, 1986
  • Opening Date: March 20, 1986
  • Closing Date: May 10, 1986
  • Previews: 28
  • Performances: 60

Playwright: George Furth

Synopsis

A young, budding actor is offered a part in a touring company of A Streetcar Named Desire — and the chance to escape the crumbling marriage of his overworked father and nagging mother — in George Furth's family drama.

 

Opening Night Production Credits

George Furth George Furth Writer
  Norman René Director
  Andrew Jackness Scenic Design
  Joseph G. Aulisi Costume Design
  Richard Nelson Lighting Design
  Thomas Morse Sound Design
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Awards


Drama Desk Award

Year Category Name Winner/Nominee
1986 Outstanding Actor in a Play Ed Harris Winner
1986 Outstanding Actress in a Play Judith Ivey Nominee
1986 Outstanding Costume Design Joseph G. Aulisi Nominee
1986 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play Anthony Rapp Nominee
1986 Outstanding New Play   Nominee

Outer Critics Circle

Year Category Name Winner/Nominee
1986 Outstanding Debut Performance Anthony Rapp Winner

Theatre World

Year Category Name Winner/Nominee
1986 Theatre World Award Ed Harris Winner

Tony Award

Year Category Name Winner/Nominee
1986 Actor in a Play Ed Harris Nominee

Grosses

Week Ending Week # This Week Gross
Potential Gross
Diff $ Avg Ticket
Top Ticket
Seats Sold
Seats in Theatre
Perfs
(Prev)
% Cap
This Week
Diff %
Cap
May 11, 1986 49 $17,189
-
-$27,695 $8.46
-
2032
1092
8
0
23.26% -2.06%
May 4, 1986 48 $44,884
-
-$10,320 $20.29
-
2212
1092
8
0
25.32% -5.54%
Apr. 27, 1986 47 $55,204
-
$10,621 $20.48
-
2696
1092
8
0
30.86% 6.03%
Apr. 20, 1986 46 $44,583
-
- $20.55
-
2169
1092
8
0
24.83% -
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Totals

Last 4 Weeks
  $161,860
-
  $17.45 9109
34944
32
0
26.07 %  
Cumulative
  $573,384
-
  $16.59
$0.00
34808
96096
60
28
36.22 %  
 
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