The Miser (Broadway, Vivian Beaumont Theater, 1969) | Playbill

The Miser



The paranoid old skinflint Harper has two grown children: Eleanor, who is in love with Victor, her father’s butler, and Charlie, who loves the hard-up Marianne. Both siblings know that if they persist with their romantic choices, they can kiss their inheritances goodbye. And their plights only get worse when the widowed Harper announces startling marital plans of his own. It’ll take a miracle – or two, or three – for the desires of youth to have their way.

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Theatre World Awards
1969 Theatre World Award Winner

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