Morning's at Seven

Morning's at Seven
Theatre: Lyceum
Status: Closed
(March 28, 2002 - July 28, 2002 )
  • Rehearsal: February 26, 2002
  • Preview: March 28, 2002
  • Open: April 21, 2002
  • Close: July 28, 2002
Play - Revival
Running Time: 2hrs 30mins

"Morning's at Seven" centers on four sisters living near each other in a Midwestern suburb. They find their existence disrupted when one's son wants to leave home to get married and another tells her husband she wants to live apart from the sister who shares a house with them.

For The Record:

The original production of “Morning’s at Seven” opened at the Longacre on Nov 30, 1939 under the auspices of Dwight Deere Wiman. Joshua Logan directed a cast which included Jean Adair, John Alexander, Enid Markey, Russell Collins & Dorothy Gish. A revival of “Morning’s...” opened at the Lyceum on Apr 10, 1980 under the auspices of Elizabeth I McCann, Nelle Nugent & Ray Larsen. Vivian Matalon directed a cast which included Teresa Wright, Elizabeth Wilson, Nancy Marchand, Maureen O’Sullivan & Gary Merrill.

Total Gross: $2,766,340
Average Weekly Gross: $153,686
Total Gross Potential: 40%
Total Attendance: 75,829
Average Weekly Attendance: 58%

Staff & Creative Team

Casting Director:

Daniel Swee at Lincoln Center Theater

Advertising Representative:

Rave! Advertising

Production Stage Manager:

Roy Harris

Author:

Paul Osborn

Director:

Daniel Sullivan

Settings:

John Lee Beatty

Costumes:

Jane Greenwood

Lighting:

Brian MacDevitt

Cast

Aaronetta Gibbs 03/28/2002 - 07/28/2002
Myrtle Brown 03/28/2002 - 07/28/2002
Esther Crampton 03/28/2002 - 07/28/2002
Carl Bolton  03/28/2002 - 06/16/2002
Cora Swanson 03/28/2002 - 07/28/2002
Ida Bolton 03/28/2002 - 07/28/2002