Barefoot in the Park (Broadway, Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, 1963) | Playbill

Barefoot in the Park


SYNOPSIS: A free-spirited bride and her buttoned-down groom settle down to some rocky happily-ever-aftering in a Greenwich Village walk-up, occasionally invaded by the bride's easily winded mother and the quirky bohemian who lives in the attic.
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Tony Award
1964 Best Direction of a Play Winner
1964 Best Actress in a Play Nominee
1964 Producer of a Play Nominee
1964 Play Nominee

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