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The Spider   
A play of the Varieties.

Chanin's 46th Street Theatre , (3/22/1927 - Closing date unknown)
Music Box Theatre , (6/13/1927 - circa. 12/1927)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Mar 22, 1927   
Closing Date:Dec 1927 Total Performances:319

Category: Play, Mystery, Melodrama, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: The Tivoli Vaudeville Theatre, New York. During a performance.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Sam H. Harris and Irving Berlin; Theatre Leased by The Shubert Organization
Produced by Albert Lewis and Sam H. Harris
Written by Fulton Oursler and Lowell Brentano; Incidental music by Ray Perkins
Directed by Albert Lewis
Scenic Design by William Oden Waller
Business Manager: J. Frank Gibbons
Stage Manager: Jack Kingsbury; Assistant Stage Mgr: Edw. Mann
Scenery Painted by William Oden Waller
General Press Representative: Alex Yokel
John Halliday Chatrand, the Great
The Master Magician
Murray Alper The Reporter
Anton Ascher Dick
John Burkell Bill
Thomas Findlay The Inspector
D. J. Flanagan Officer Dougherty
Germaine Giroux Estelle
Chatrand's Assistant
Alfred Goldie Officer Casey
Eleanor Griffith The Girl
Charles Hamlin Officer Jones
Roy Hargrave Alexander, the Boy with the Radio Eyes
Chatrand's Assistant
John O. Hewitt The Sergeant
Arthur Stuart Hull The Doctor
John Kelly Officer Shayne
Priscilla Knowles Mrs. Wimbleton
Lytell & Fant The Chocolate Cake-Eaters
The Show
Mack & La Rue The Skating Marvels of The Century
The Show
Donald MacKenzie The Man
Edw. Mann Harry
Wm. E. Morris The Manager
Harry Phillippi Officer Burke
Henry Phillippi Officer Burke
John Rogers Officer Simpson
Clifford Stone Officer Thornton
Tivoli Theatre Orchestra Overture
The Show
Walter Travers The House Leader
H. Yano Tommy
Chatrand's Assistant