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Valley Forge   

 
Guild Theatre, (12/10/1934 - circa. 1/1935)
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Opening Date: Dec 10, 1934    
Closing Date: Jan 1935 Total Performances: 58

Category: Play, Drama, History, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: Bunkhouse at Valley Forge, Jan., 1778; Private Ballroom in General Howe's Headquarters, Philadelphia



Production Staff
Produced by The Theatre Guild
Written by Maxwell Anderson
Staged by Herbert J. Biberman and John Houseman; Minuet staged by Martha Graham
Scenic Design by Kate Drain Lawson
Cast
Wallace ActonThird Soldier
Stephen ApplebyFielding
Alan BandlerFirst Soldier
BingoRover
Hendrik BooraemNeil
Alan BunceSpad
Grover BurgessTeague
Cora BurlarLady
Thaddeus ClancyAndrew
George CoulourisLieutenant Cutting
Charles DrummondMajor André
Eleanor EcksteinLady
Harold ElliottGeneral Stirling
Charles EllisMason
Philip FosterA Captain
Charles Francis"The Washington"
Masquerade
General Conway
Florence GeraldAuntie
Margalo GillmoreMary Philipse
Harold GouldGeneral Varnum
Hans HansenOscar
Harry HermsenMinto
John HoysradtMajor André
Victor KillianAlcock
Reginald MasonSir William Howe
Jock McGrawJock
Philip MerivaleGeneral George Washington
Alexander MirskyMarty
Nicolai PesceMusician
Stanley RidgesLieut. Col. Lucifer Tench
Philip RobinsonAn Aide
Second Soldier
Maurice SackettMusician
Frances SageTavis
Erskine SanfordMr. Folsom
Jean SennottLady
John SennottRafe
Cynthia SherwoodLady
George SpauldingA Civilian
Katherine StandingLady
Robert ThomsenNick
Edward TrevorMarquis de Lafayette
Harold TuckerMr. Harvie
Max WeiserMusician