* World Premiere

The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade (1969)
Are the truly insane those inside or outside asylum walls? Berlin-born Peter Weiss probes the philosophy of freedom and revolution in an astounding fashion in MARAT/SADE.
About the Play
Written By: Peter Weiss
Adrian Mitchell - Verse Adaptation
Geoffrey Skelton - English Version
On Broadway: IBDB Details
On the Screen: IMDB Details
Wikipedia: Read Wikipedia Article
About the Production
Run Dates: 8/19/1969 - 8/30/1969
Program: Program (.pdf)
Venue: Queen Anne
Directed By: Arne Zaslove
Cast: John Abajian - Scientist; Priest
John Aylward - Herald
Randal Chicoine - Male Nurse
Michael Christensen - Jacques Roux
Cherry Coggins - Charlotte Corday
Robert Davidson - Kokol
Patrick G. (Pat) Duffy - Lavoisier
Bernard Frawley - Schoolmaster
June Garré - Sister
Gordon Gould - Jean-Paul Marat
Andrew Hepburn - Polpoch
Patricia Hodges - Nouveau Riche
Jean Marie Kinney - Mme. Coulmier
Lori Larsen - Rossignol
Lindsay MacDonald - Mlle. Coulmier
Ann McCaffray - Sister
Hau (Haunani) Minn - Patient
William Molloy - Voltaire
Sherry Morrison - Patient
Gun-Marie Nilsson - Simonne Evrard
K. Lype O'Dell - Marquis de Sade
Michael Palmer - Male Nurse
Maureen Quinn - Mother
Robert Riner - Cucurucu
Jim Royce - Father
Dan Sedgwick - Male Nurse
Marc Singer - Duperret
David Vaughn - Coulmier
Kelly Walters - Military Representative
Behind the Scenes: James R. Crider - Costume Designer
Sue Cummings - Assistant to the Director
Robert Davidson - Additional Music; Music Director
Anne Gregory - Costumer
James S. Martin - Stage Manager
Charlene Olswang - Properties
Richard C. Peaslee - Music Composer
Ronn Talbot Pelley - Costume Associate
Phil Schermer - Lighting Designer
Dan Sedgwick - Technical Assistant
Evelyn Watters - Wardrobe
Rich Weil - Technical Assistant
Jerry Williams - Set Designer