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King Richard II   

St. James Theatre, (9/15/1937 - 10/16/1937)
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Opening Date: Sep 15, 1937    
Closing Date: Oct 16, 1937 Total Performances: 38

Category: Play, History, Revival, Broadway
Setting: England and Wales between April, 1398 -- March, 1400.
This production is a return engagement of King Richard II (2/05/1937 - 6/1937)

Production Staff
Produced by Eddie Dowling and Robinson Smith
Written by William Shakespeare; Incidental music by Herbert Menges
Directed by Margaret Webster
Scenic Design by David Ffolkes
Wesley AddyEarl of Salisbury
Keeper of the Prison
A. G. AndrewsGardener
Lee BakerJohn of Gaunt
Duke of Lancaster, Uncle to the King
Neal BerryHerald to Mowbray
Earl of Surrey
Vernon CraneServant to Exton
Charles DaltonEarl of Northumberland
Jessie DimondLady attending on the Queen
Maurice EvansKing Richard the Second
Reynolds EvansLord Marshal
Bishop of Carlisle
Lionel HogarthDuke of York
Uncle to the King
Betty JenckesLady attending on the Queen
John KennedyBushy
Favorite of King Richard
Julia LathropLady attending on the Queen
Winston O'KeefeDuke of Aumerle
Son to the Duke of York
Donald RandolphThomas Mowbray
Duke of Norfolk
Sir Stephen Scroop
Richard RauberLord Ross
Everett RipleyBagot
Favorite of King Richard
Emmett RogersHenry Percy
Surnamed Hotspur, son to Northumberland
Arthur L. SachsLord Willoughby
Sydney G. SmithGreen
Favorite of King Richard
Sir Pierce of Exton
Irene TedrowQueen to King Richard
Philip TruexSecond Gardener
Rhys WilliamsCaptain of a band of Welshmen
Groom of the King's Stable
Frederic WorlockHenry Bolingbroke
Duke of Hereford, afterwards Henry IV