united states
Visiting Mr. Green began its life at
the Berkshire Theatre Festival,
starring Eli Wallach and Neal
Huff, directed by John Rando.
Neal Huff, Jeff Baron, Eli Wallach
Next stop was the Coconut
Grove Playhouse, starring Eli
Wallach and David Alan Basche,
directed by Lonny Price.
U.S. Professional Productions

Berkshire Theatre Festival - 1996
Coconut Grove Playhouse - 1997
Union Square Theatre - 1997-1998
Pasadena Playhouse -1999
Buffalo United Artists -1999
Arvada Center -1999
Trustus Theatre - 1999
Theatre Three - 1999
Northlight Theatre -1999
(transferred to Royal George)
Asolo Theatre Festival - 1999-2000
Walnut Street Theatre - 2000
Queens Theatre in the Park - 2000
Stage West - 2000
Shadowland Theatre - 2000
Cape Playhouse - 2000
New Conservatory Theatre - 2000
Actors Theatre of Charlotte - 2000
Boarshead Theatre - 2000
Little Room Downstairs - 2001
Jewish Theatre of New England -2001
Merrimack Rep  - 2001
Everyman Theatre - 2001
American Stage - 2001
Next Act Theatre - 2001
Market House Theatre - 2002
Chattanooga Theatre Center - 2002
Playhouse West - 2002
Invisible Theatre Company - 2002
Interplayers - 2002
The Center Company - 2002
Arizona Jewish Theatre - 2002
Southern Rep - 2002
Jewish Ensemble Theatre  - 2002
Manoa Valley Theatre - 2003
Jeff Baron on the New York set designed by Loren Sherman.
Harold Gould, Mr. Green at
Pasadena Playhouse,
Queens Theatre in the Park
Mike Nussbaum, Mr. Green
at Northlight Theatre, Royal
George Theatre
More U.S. professional productions

Gallery Players - 2003
Pioneer Valley Theatre - 2003
SNAP Productions - 2003
International City Players - 2003
Denver Center Theatre Company - 2004
Stamford Theatre Works - 2004
Alliance Theatre - 2004
Riverside Theatre - 2004
Jewish Theatre of the South - 2004
Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre - 2004
Janus Theatre - 2004
Athaneum Theatre - 2004
Syracuse Stage - 2005
Old Creamery Theatre - 2005
Good Theatre - 2005
Two River Theatre Company - 2005
Ensemble Theatre Company - 2006
KI Theatre - 2007
Stage Door Theatre - 2007
Peterborough Players - 2007
The Barn - 2008
Florida Rep Theatre - 2008
Asolo Repertory Theatre - 2009
Dixie Theatre - 2009
Colony Theatre Company - 2009
Cape May Stage - 2009
Hedgerow Theatre - 2010
Aaron Serotsky and Ben Hammer played Ross
Gardiner and Mr. Green at Denver Center
Theatre Company, Two River Theatre, Ensemble
Theatre Company and English Theatre of
Frankfurt.  Aaron also played Ross at the English
Theatre of Vienna and Ben played Mr. Green at
Cape May Stage.
The New York production opened at the 499
seat Union Square Theatre in November 1997
and ran 400 performances through
November 1998.  Eli Wallach was Mr. Green
and David Alan Basche was Ross Gardiner.  
Lonny Price directed, Loren Sherman
designed the set, Phil Monat the lighting, Gail
Brassard the costumes and Aural Fixation
the sound.  It was produced by Arnold
Mittelman and Karen Moore was the
production stage manager.  During the run,
Mr. Green was also played by Hal Linden,
David Margulies and Ed Setrakian.  Ross was
also played by Mitchell Anderson, Peter
Ackerman and James Kall.
David Alan Basche, Eli Wallach and Jeff Baron at the Coconut Grove.
Jeff Baron, Lonny Price and Eli Wallach, opening night New York.
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