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Romeo and Juliet   

Martin Beck Theatre, (12/20/1934 - circa. 2/1935)
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Opening Date: Dec 20, 1934    
Closing Date: Feb 1935 Total Performances: 77

Category: Play, Tragedy, Revival, Broadway
Setting: Verona, Mantua, Italy.

Production Staff
Produced by Katharine Cornell
Written by William Shakespeare; Incidental music by Paul Nordoff; Book adapted by Katharine Cornell
Staged by Guthrie McClintic; Choreographed by Martha Graham
Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner
Brian AherneMercutio
kinsman to the prince and friend to Romeo
Edith AllaireSinger
Gilmore BushEnsemble
Robert ChamplainGregory
servant to Capulet
Arthur ChattertonAn Old Man
of the Capulet family
Katharine CornellJuliet
daughter to Capulet
Margaret CravenEnsemble
Peggy CravenEnsemble
Jacqueline DeWitEnsemble
Angus DuncanGuard
John EmeryBenvolio
nephew to Montague and friend to Romeo
Edith EvansNurse to Juliet
Reynolds EvansEscalus
prince of Verona
Brenda ForbesLady Montague
wife to Montague
John Gordon GageEnsemble
Franklin GrayBalthasar
servant to Romeo
William HopperEnsemble
Lois JamesonEnsemble
Agnete JohannsonEnsemble
Paul JulianFriar John
a Franciscan
George MacreadyParis
a young nobleman, kinsman to the prince
Ruth MarchEnsemble
Irby MarshallLady Capulet
wife to Capulet
Albert McCleeryEnsemble
John MilternMontague
Irving MorrowAbraham
servant to Montague
Ralph NelsonGuard
Moroni OlsenCapulet
Basil RathboneRomeo
son of Montague
Pamela SimpsonEnsemble
Charles ThorneEnsemble
David VivianPeter
servant to Juliet's nurse
Charles WaldronFriar Laurence
a Franciscan
Orson WellesTybalt
nephew to Lady Capulet