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Broadhurst Theatre , (11/03/1934 - 12/1934)
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Opening Date:Nov 03, 1934   
Closing Date:Dec 1934 Total Performances:58

Category: Play, Drama, Tragedy, Revival, Broadway
Setting: Marie-Louise's Salon at Baden, Near Vienna; Duke's Study and Bedroom at Schoenbrunn; Park at Schoenbrunn; Plain of Wagram.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Affiliated Theatre Building Co., Inc.
Produced by Arch Selwyn and Harold B. Franklin
Written by Edmond Rostand; Book adapted by Clemence Dane; Incidental music by Richard Addinsell
Directed by Eva Le Gallienne
Scenic Design by Aline Bernstein; Costume Design by Aline Bernstein
General Manager: Ben Stein; Company Manager: J. R. Williams
Stage Manager: Thelma Chandler; Assistant Stage Mgr: Edward McHugh and David Turk
General Press Representative: Nat N. Dorfman; Press Representative: Carolyn Darling
Ethel Barrymore Marie-Louise
Duchess of Parma
Eva Le Gallienne "L'Aiglon"
Franz, Duke of Reichstadt, Napoleon's son
Walter Beck Count Sedlinsky
Chief of Police
Stiano Braggiotti Count Bombelles
in attendance on Marie-Louise
John H. Brewer Gentz
a spy
Hugh Buckler Flambeau
a Grenadier
Donald Cameron A French Attache
Bennett Challis A Man
a French Field Marshal
Margaret Cloninger A Lady-in-Waiting
Third Lilac Domino
Barbara Cochrane Ensemble
Ethel Colt Fanny Elssler
a dancer
Samuel Colt A Young Countryman
Fifth Conspirator
Sayre Crawley Franz
Emperor of Austria
Martha Crego Fourth Lilac Domino
Marion Evenson Countess Camerata
Napoleon's niece
Betty Fouche Ensemble
Eugene Francis Acolyte
Helena Glenn Second Lady
A Shepherdess
Richard Heath Ensemble
Lionel Hogarth Count Dietrichstein
the Duke's tutor
Second Conspirator
A Prelate
Lawrence Hutt Fourth Conspirator
Dorothy Johnson Singer
Jane Kim Ensemble
Joseph Kramm Foresti
a Captain
First Conspirator
Paul Leyssac Metternich
Chancellor of Austria
Benedict MacQuarrie General Hartmann
in attendance on the Duke
Ysobel Martin A Maid
Sixth Lilac Domino
Edward McHugh An Usher
Georgie Drew Mendum An Old Woman
A Princess
Gabrielle Morgan Ensemble
Sam Pearce A Harlequin
A Doctor
Martin Pollock A Tailor
Third Conspirator
Stella Reynolds First Lady
Fifth Lilac Domino
Leona Roberts The Archduchess
Marie-Louise's sister-in-law
Douglas Rowland First Servant
John Salzman First Swiss Guard
Larry Schwimmer Second Swiss Guard
Charles Sedgwick Third Servant
A Jester
Alice Swanson Singer
Theodore Tenley An Old Peasant
A Fop
David Turk A Farmer
Helen Walpole Therese de Lorget
William Walsh Second Servant
Mary Ward A Woman
Second Lilac Domino
Richard Waring Tiburce de Lorget
an exile in the Austrian pay
Nelson Welch Baron D'Obenaus
The Duke's history tutor
A Folly
Sixth Conspirator
William Whitehead Prokesch
the Duke's personal friend
Ruth Wilton Third Lady
Fifth Lilac Domino