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The Song of the Lark Cast and Credits

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Cast


Thea Kronborg

Alison Elliott
Wunsch

Maximilian Schell
Fred Ottenburg

Tony Goldwyn
Dr. Howard Archie

Arliss Howard
Madison Bowers

Norman Lloyd
Ray Kennedy

Robert Floyd
Mrs. Kronborg

Linda Carlson
Andor Harsanyi

Endre Hules
Mara Harsanyi

Eliza Sroka-Benisty
Mrs. Nathanmeyer

Nan Martin
Paulina Kohler

Brooks Almy
Thor Kronborg

Travis Kisgen
Charley Kronborg

Jay Michael Ferguson
Reverend Kronborg

Rod Loomis
Anna Kronborg

Christine Ashe
Spanish Johnny

Christian J. Meoli
Mrs. Tellementez

Angela Lanza
Gertrude Lehmann

Magda Harout
Mr. Nathanmeyer

John Ingle
Reverend Larsen

Richard Herd
Soprano

Juliana Gondek
Joe Giddy

Richard Gross
Fritz Kohler

Christopher Curry
Jesse Darcy

Leslie Easterbrook
Belle Archie

Elisabeth Nunziato
The singing voice of Thea Kronborg is provided by Lori Stinson.


Production Credits


Adapted by

Joseph Maurer
Based on the book by

Willa Cather
Producer

Dorothea G. Petrie
Co-producer

June Petrie
Director

Karen Arthur
Composer

Charles Fox
Executive Producers for ALT Films

Marian Rees
Anne Hopkins
Stephen Kulczycki
Series Executive Producer

Rebecca Eaton
The Song of the Lark is a production of ALT Films for Masterpiece Theatre's American Collection.

The films in Masterpiece Theatre's American Collection are produced by WGBH Boston and ALT Films. Rebecca Eaton is the series executive producer. Major funding is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS. Masterpiece Theatre's American Collection is closed-captioned for deaf and hard-of-hearing viewers by The Caption Center at WGBH.


The Song of the Lark Web credits


Senior Producer
Louise Weber

Designer
Tyler Howe

Developer
Molly Frey

Production
Caitlin O'Neil, Content Producer
Jessica Cavano, Research Assistant

Editorial review
Julie Wolf

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