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The Age of Innocence   

 
Empire Theatre , (11/27/1928 - circa. 5/1929)
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Opening Date:Nov 27, 1928   
Closing Date:May 1929 Total Performances:207

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in five scenes
Setting: The conservatory of Mrs. van der Luyden's house on Astor Place; Madame Olenska's Little House on West Twenty-Third St; Mr. Letterblair's Law Office on Lower Broadway; At Madame Olenska's; Madame Olenska's Apartment on the Rue de Varenne, Paris


Production Staff
Produced by Gilbert Miller
Written by Margaret Ayer Barnes; Based on the novel by Edith Wharton
Staged by Guthrie McClintic
Scenic Design by J. F. Gallagher; Ms. Cornell's costumes in Acts I, II, and III designed by Barbier; Ms. Cornell's costumes in ActsI, II, and III executed by Worth of Paris; Ladies' Costumes and those of Messrs. Peters, Kerff, and Spencer executed by Helene Pons Studio; All other gentleman's costumes by Brooks Costume Company; Shoes by I. Miller; Stockings by Van Raalte
Stage Manager: James Vincent
Scenery Painted by Carl Schultz
Cast
Katharine Cornell Ellen Olenska
Margaret Barker Alice Fordyce
Frazer Coulter Mr. Henry van der Luyden
Giannina Gatti Anastasia
Stanley Gilkey Harry Delancy
Eden Gray May van der Luyden
Jean Howard Lucy Duane
Isabel Irving Mrs. Henry van der Luyden
Arnold Korff Julius Beaufort
Edouard La Roche Carlos Saramonte
Rollo Peters Newland Archer
William Podmore Sillerton Jackson
Henry Richard Tom Hamilton
Pierre Soupault Jean
Peter Spencer The Duke of St. Austrey
Katherine Stewart Mrs. Manson Mingott
Nora Stirling Jessie Lefferts
Albert Tavernier Stephen Letterblair
Franchot Tone Newland Archer, Jr.