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Antony and Cleopatra   

Mansfield Theatre , (11/10/1937 - circa. 11/1937)
First Preview: Total Previews:0
Opening Date:Nov 10, 1937   
Closing Date:Nov 1937 Total Performances:5

Category: Play, Tragedy, Revival, Broadway
Setting: Egypt, Italy, Syria, Greece.

Production Staff
Produced by Laurence Rivers, Inc.
Written by William Shakespeare; Book adapted by William Strunk Jr.; Incidental music by Virgil Thomson
Directed by Reginald Bach
Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner; Costume Design by Jo Mielziner
Henry Adrian Philo Canidius
a soldier of Antony
Tallulah Bankhead Cleopatra
Queen of Egypt
William H. Barwald Canidius
lieutenant-general to Antony
Charles Bowden Demetrius
a soldier of Antony
Thomas Chalmers Enobarbus
friend to Antony
Ralph Chambers Agrippa
a soldier of Caesar
Miriam Cousens Slave
Derby Dale Lady of the Court
George V. Dill Canidius
lieutenant-general to Antony
J. Malcolm Dunn Lepidus
Barbara Ellis Cup Bearer
John Emery Octavius Caesar
Lawrence Fletcher Messenger
Stephen Fox Thyreus
a soldier of Caesar
Wilton Graff Proculeius
a soldier of Caesar
Sidney Halpern Musician
Fred Hanschi Diomedes
a soothsayer
Averell Harris Pompey
a pirate
George Harvey Iras
attendant on Cleopatra
Fania Marinoff Charmian
attendant on Cleopatra
John Parrish Menas
friend to Pompey
Alfred Ross Musician
Richard Ross Dercetas
a soldier of Antony
Arnold Sattler Musician
Henry Saunders Dolabella
a soldier of Caesar
Wilfrid Seagram Eros
a soldier to Antony
Mary Shannon Slave
Virginia Spottswood Lady of the Court
Kamila Staneska Dancer
Conway Tearle Antony
Frederic Voight Scarus Dercetas
a soldier of Antony
Valeska Von Momerty Cup Bearer
Regina Wallace Octavia
sister to Caesar and wife to Antony
Robert Williamson Mardian
a eunuch, attendant on Cleopatra