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Du Barry   

Criterion Theatre, (12/25/1901 - circa. 5/1902)
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Opening Date: Dec 25, 1901    
Closing Date: May 1902 Total Performances: 165

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in five acts
Setting: Paris, Versailles and Louveciennes. Period of Louis XV and after the reign of his Successor.

Production Staff
Theatre Leased by Charles Frohman
Produced by David Belasco
Written by David Belasco; Incidental music by William Furst, Wagner and Caryll
Production Supervised by David Belasco; Staged by David Belasco
Scenic Design by Ernest Gros; Stage decorations and accessories after designs by Wilfred Buckland; Wig Design by Hepner; Costume Design by Dazian; Costumes after designs by Gunn and Adolphe Bellotte; Mrs. Leslie Carter's costumes and lingerie designed and furnished by B. Altman & Company; Mrs. Leslie Carter's hats and head dresses designed and furnished by Mme. Burdette
Conducted by C. F. Wernig
Properties: Siedle
Electrician: Kliegl Brothers
Mrs. Leslie Carter
Jeanette Vaubernier
afterwards "La du Barry"
Corah Adams
girl at the Milliner Shop
Ann Archer
girl at the Milliner Shop
Walter Belasco
father of Jeanette
one of the Sans-Culottes
Warren Bevin
a Tavern Roysterer
W.T. Bune
La Garde
a Tavern Roysterer
Eleanor Carey
Manageress for Labille, the milliner
H.G. Carlton
Minister of Finance (under Louis XV)
Judge of the Revolutionary Court
Leonard Cooper
Duc d'Aiguillon
Ruth Dennis
Mlle. Le Grand
dancer from the Grand Opera
C. P. Flockton
Lord Chancellor (under Louis XV)
The Gypsy Hag
a fortune-teller
Claude Gillingwater
porter at the milliner shop
Dora Goldthwaite
Marquise de Crenay
Lady of the Court
Campbell Gollan
Comte Jean du Barry
eventually brother-in-law of "La du Barry"
Helen Hale
Mme. La Dauphine
Marie Antoinette at sixteen
Charles Hayne
Harold Howard
De Courcel
of the King's Guard
John Ingram
clerk of the court
A. Joly
Flute Player
J. D. Jones
one of "La du Barry's" Nubian servants
Miss Leonard
Princesse Alixe
Lady of the Court
Julie Lindsey
Miss Lyn
Duchesse d'Aiguillon
Lady of the Court
May Lyn
girl at the Milliner Shop
Nina Lyn
girl at the Milliner Shop
Gaston Mervale
Citizen Grieve
of the Committee of Public Safety
Herbert Millward
confidential valet to His Majesty
May Montford
Marquise de Langers
Lady of the Court
Louise Morewin
Duchesse de Choisy
Lady of the Court
Louis Myll
of the King's Guard
Arthur Pearson
one of the "Hundred Swiss"
Frederic Perry
Duc de Richelieu
Marshal of France (under Louis XV)
Irma Perry
a maid
Hamilton Revelle
son of Duc de Brissac, known as "Cosse"
Blanche Rice
Marquise de Quesnoy
known as "La Gourdan," keeper of a gambling house
H. R. Roberts
The Papal Nuncio
Helen Robertson
Sophie Arnauld
queen of the opera
of the Conciergerie
Master Sams
a plaything of "La du Barry's"
Gilmore Scott
M. Labill
proprietor of the milliner shop
Blanche Sherwood
girl at the Milliner Shop
Florence St. Leonard
girl at the Milliner Shop
C. A. Stevenson
Louis XV
King of France
Eleanor Stuart
Mlle. Guimard
dancer from the Grand Opera
Grace Van Benthuysen
Comtesse de Marsen
Lady of the Court
Henry Weaver, Sr.
Duc de Brissac
Captain of the King's Guard
Beresford Webb
Comte Guillaume
brother of Comte Jean du Barry
Douglas J. Wood
of the King's Guard