A Cheever Evening 1994

Opened: September 16, 1994
Closing: January 01, 1995

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A Cheever Evening FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

A Cheever Evening has had 1 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 1994.
A Cheever Evening has been nominated for several awards. It received nominations for Direction at the Obie Awards, with Don Scardino being recognized for his work. Additionally, Mary Beth Peil was nominated for Performance at the Obie Awards. These nominations highlight the talent and achievements of both Scardino and Peil in their respective roles in A Cheever Evening.
A Cheever Evening has won several awards, including the Direction (Obie Awards) for Don Scardino and Performance (Obie Awards) for Mary Beth Peil.

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