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Ritz Theatre, (8/28/1930 - circa. 8/1930)
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Opening Date: Aug 28, 1930    
Closing Date: Aug 1930 Total Performances: 4

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: The Cage des Anges in the Latin Quarter of Paris

Production Staff
Produced by William A. Brady; Produced in association with John Tuerk
Written by Marya Mannes
Staged by José Ruben
Victor AchisonFrench Painter
Martha BrevkaGerman Wife
Jules BroussardLe Diable
Sam ByrdLetterwriter
Francois CabuchonLucien
Georgia CaineSally Burch
King CalderBilly Geddes
Helene CambridgeCharlotte
Renee CartierAndree
Robert ChandlerThe Fungus
Eugenie Daudet1st Charwoman
Frank De SilvaAlgerian
Edouard DenneeAlbert
Georges Des LionsBoulevardier
Old Masquerader
Rosa Des LionsKnitting Woman
Athy DimitrieffSinger
Albert DuchartrisLavisse
Flora DupreeOlder Cocotte
Theodosia DusanneMarie
Armand FaureFelix
Frances FullerJane Geddes
Marjorie GatesonAlice
Leon HartlPaul
Columbus JacksonThunderbolt Jackson
Albert JacobGerman Husband
Arline KazanjeauL'Ange
Edouard La RocheJosef
Pierre LatoucheEdouard
Gregory LebedeffThe Knitting Woman's Husband
Robert LeguillonJulien
Philip LeighRolf Gates
Raymond LeonOnlooker
Ramon Lion1st Checker Player
Arnold Makowski2nd Checker Player
Vivian McGillYoung Cocotte
Henri MurguierJules
Fred NewtonGigolo
Marguerite Orme2nd Charwoman
Allan ParrEmil
Rollo PetersMaurice Larned
Marie PitotLouise
Paul RigaudGendarme
Czara RomanyiZizi
Leonce RousselotGeorges
Lota SandersRuth
Albert SimardPost Card Vendor
Claire SorgusStout Lady
Ernest A. TrecoBernard