Project Description

Marc Salem’s Mind Games (Broadway)

MARC SALEM’S MIND GAMES, a special event, opened at the Lyceum Theatre, Broadway on Monday, May 24, 2004 and closed on Monday, November 22, 2004, having grossed USD $287,897 during a run of 30 performances and 1 paid previews (previews began on Monday, May 17, 2004), with an average ticket price of $42.98.

Mentalist Marc Salem demonstrates his ability to deduce details of audience members’ lives and objects they possess, all based on appearances.

Marc Salem’s Mind Games on Broadway played Monday nights only when I Am My Own Wife was dark. When I Am My Own Wife was on hiatus from 8/30/2004 through 9/6/2004, Marc Salem’s Mind Games on Broadway played a full week of performances.

Produced by Delphi Productions (David Richenthal, Anthony D. Marshall, Charlene T. Marshall, Francis X. Morrisey Jr., John G. Popp, Arthur Richenthal & Toby Simkin) and Presented by the Shubert Organization.

Conceived by Marc Salem; Produced by David Richenthal, Anthony D. Marshall and Charlene Marshall; Associate Producer: Toby Simkin.

STARRING Marc Salem (Mentalist)

Production Supervisor: Arthur Siccardi; Associate Technical Supervisor: Fred Phelan; Sound Design by André Pluess, Production Stage Manager: Andrea “Spook” Testani; Assistant Stage Managed by Thea Bradshaw Gillies; Tour Direction by Dodger Touring Limited; Company Managed by James Lawson; Press Representative: Richard Kornberg, Don Summa and Rick Miramontez; Marketing Online by b; Advertising by SPOTCo, Inc., Drew Hodges, Jim Edwards and Jim Aquino.

Head Carpenter: Adam Braunstein; Production Electrician: Richie Mortell; Production Props: Mike Pilipski; Head of Props: Steve McDonald; Production Sound Engineer: Tony Poleman; Wardrobe Supervisor: Christel Murdock; Production Assistant: Carol Sullivan; Production Assistant: Jeremy Lewit; Assistant to Mr. Richenthal: Judy Insel; Legal Counsel: Jason Barush, Dan Wasser and Elliot Brown; Banking by Mary Anne Viafore; Insurance by Marsh USA Inc. and Elda Luisi; Payroll by Burton Greenhouse; Accounting by Robert Fried and Elliott Aranstam; Lighting Supply by Fourth Phase; Sound Equipment by One Dream;