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Roar China   

Martin Beck Theatre, (10/27/1930 - circa. 12/1930)
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Opening Date: Oct 27, 1930    
Closing Date: Dec 1930 Total Performances: 72

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in two acts
Setting: On a Quay in the Harbor of Wan Hsien and on the deck of the H.M.S. Europa, anchored in the harbor during the summer of 1926

Production Staff
Produced by The Theatre Guild
Written by S. Tretyakov; from the German of Leo Lania
Directed by Herbert J. Biberman
Ivan Achong1st Boatman
Seungman AhnWang Fu
Eric BloreLieutenant Cooper
Edwin BrandtThe Missionary
Charles CardonJohnson
Grace CheeAma
Eva CondonMrs. Tourist
Harry CookeBurns
Edward CooperCaptain of H.M.S. Europa
Reynolds DennistonMr. Smith
Athy DimitrieffM. De Brochell
H.L. DonsuChang
Charlie FangLow Ba
Paul FungHo Sung
William GarganHall
Winifred HanleyMrs. Smith
Y. Y. HsuA Student Interpreter for the Daoyin
Sam KimThe Daoyin of the City of Wan Hsien
Helen KimmChang Yuen
Peter KwanChinese Boy
Adrienne LachampMme. De Brochell
James Lee1st Policeman
Arthur LeonBonze
Henry Leong3rd Boatman
Siang PanA Fo's Daughter
Sanchia RobertsonCordelia
Erskine SanfordMr. Tourist
Frank SinneA Fo
Edward TrevorMate of H.M.S. Europa
H. T. Tsiang2nd Boatman
Lee Tung-FooPei Fu
Richard Wang4th Boatman
Von WangLi Tai
Irene WongHo Chin Ling
Dorothy WooChang's Son
Y. W. WooCoolie
Elsie WuHo San San
James YoonHo Sung's Son