Morning's at Seven Revival 1980

Opened: April 10, 1980
Closing: August 16, 1981

Morning's at Seven - 1980 - Broadway History , Info & More

Lyceum Theatre (Broadway)
149 W. 45th St. New York, NY 10036

Originally produced on Broadway in 1939, and set the year before, it ran only 44 performances, even though directed by the young tyro Joshua Logan. It wasn't until 1980 that the play was widely produced, after enjoying a major Broadway revival directed by Vivian Matalon. This production starred - as the four sisters at the center of the story - Nancy Marchand, Maureen O'Sullivan, Elizabeth Wilson, and Teresa Wright. The revival ran 564 performances, and was later televised by Showtime and PBS, and suddenly people remembered Paul Osborn.

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Morning's at Seven has had 6 productions including Broadway which opened in 1939, Broadway which opened in 1980, Broadway which opened in 1980, Broadway which opened in 2002, Broadway which opened in 2002 and Off-Broadway which opened in 2021.
Best Direction of a Play for Vivian Matalon, Best Revival for Elizabeth Ireland McCannBest Revival for Nelle Nugent and Best Revival for Ray Larson.
Best Direction of a Play for Vivian Matalon Best Revival for Elizabeth Ireland McCann Best Revival for Nelle Nugent, Best Revival for Ray Larson, .
Morning's at Seven has been nominated for several awards. It received nominations for Outstanding Director of a Play (Drama Desk Awards) for Vivian Matalon, Outstanding Lighting Design (Drama Desk Awards) for Richard Nelson, Outstanding Set Design (Drama Desk Awards) for William Ritman, Special Awards (Drama Desk Awards), and Costume Design (The Hewes Awards) for Linda Fischer.
Morning's at Seven has won several awards. These include the Outstanding Director of a Play (Drama Desk Awards) for Vivian Matalon, Outstanding Lighting Design (Drama Desk Awards) for Richard Nelson, Outstanding Set Design (Drama Desk Awards) for William Ritman, and a Special Award (Drama Desk Awards) for Costume Design by Linda Fischer. Additionally, Linda Fischer won the Costume Design category at The Hewes Awards.