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Year produced: 1996 and 2007
Director: Robin Guarino
Scenery Designer: Michael Yeargan
Costume Designer: Peter Hall
Year produced: 2010
Director: Stephen Wadsworth
Scenery Designer: Thomas Lynch
Costume Designer: Ann Hould-Ward
Year produced: 2004
Director: Chris Alexander
Scenery Designer: Robert Dahlstrom
Costume Designer: Cynthia Savage
Year produced: 2012
Director: Bernard Uzan
Scenery Designer: Charles Edwards
Costume Designer: Melanie Taylor Burgess
Year produced: 1984, major rebuild in 1991
Director: Lori Larsen
Costume Designer: Kurt Wilhelm
Year produced: 1991
Director: Ken Kazan
Scenery Designer: John Conklin
Costume Designer: Martin Pakledinaz
Year produced: 1965
Scenery Designer: Ercole Sormani
Costume Designer: N/A
Year produced: 2003
Director: James Robinson
Scenery Designer: Allen Moyer
Costume Designer: James Schuette
Year produced: 2014
Director: Peter Kazaras
Scenery Designer: David Gordon
Year produced: 2005
Director: Jonathan Miller
Scenery Designer: Jonathan Miller
Costume Designer: Jonathan Miller and Cynthia Savage
Year produced: 1992
Director: Francisco Negrin
Costume Designer: Anthony Baker
Year produced: 2016
Director: Lindy Hume
Scenery Designer: Dan Potra
Costume Designer: Dan Potra
Year produced: 1990
Director: François Rochaix
Costume Designer: Robert Dahlstrom
Year produced: 2002
Director: Stephen Terrell
Scenery Designer: David Centers
Costume Designer: Daniel James Cole
Year produced: 2011
Director: Linda Brovsky
Scenery Designer: Donald Eastman
Costume Designer: Missy West
Year produced: 2008
Scenery Designer: Wolfram Skalicki
Director: David Ritch
Scenery Designer: Isabella Bywater
Costume Designer: Ray Diffen and Isabella Bywater
Year produced: 2007
Year produced: 1997
Scenery Designer: Claude Girard and Bernard Uzan
Costume Designer: Jean-Claude Maret
Year produced: 1989
Scenery Designer: Tom Lynch
Costume Designer: Dunya Ramicova
Costume Designer: Marie Theresa Cramer
Year produced: 1993
Director: Neil Peter Jampolis
Scenery Designer: Keith Nagy
Costume Designer: Jeanne Arnold
Director: Tomer Zvulun
Costume Designer: Deborah Trout
Year produced: 2006
Scenery Designer: Robert Israel
Costume Designer: Robert Israel
Scenery Designer: Robert Dahlstrom with Robert Schaub
Costume Designer: Zandra Rhodes
Director: Aidan Lang
Scenery Designer: Robin Rawstorne
Costume Designer: Elizabeth Whiting
Year produced: 2009
Scenery Designer: Susan Benson
Scenery Designer: Curtis Wallin
Scenery Designer: Jean-Claude Maret
Year produced: 2015
Director: Francois Racine
Scenery Designer: Robert Schaub
Costume Designer: Ginette Grenier
Scenery Designer: Bernard Uzan/Claude Girard
Scenery Designer: Robert A. Dahlstrom
Costume Designer: Marie Anne Chiment
Year produced: 1995
Costume Designer: Zack Brown
Director: Dieter Kaegi
Scenery Designer: Bruno Schwengl
Costume Designer: Bruno Schwengl
Scenery Designer: Pier Paolo Bisleri
Director: Sharon Ott
Costume Designer: Sarah Nash Gates
Scenery Designer: Erhard Rom
Costume Designer: Vita Tzykun
Elegant and expressive, this all-new production stars the incomparable Stephanie Blythe as Juno, the goddess queen bent on teaching the interloper a lesson.
Scenery Designer: Thierry Bosquet
Costume Designer: Andrew Marlay/Heidi Ganser
Year produced: 1970
Director: Jose Maria Condemi (2015)
Costume Designer: Malabar Ltd.
Year produced: 1998
Director: Francesca Zambello
Scenery Designer: Alison Chitty
Costume Designer: Alison Chitty
Director: José Maria Condemi
Costume Designer: John Conklin
Scenery Designer: Neil Peter Jampolis
Costume Designer: Neil Peter Jampolis