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This production played in repertory with Julius Caesar
 
Mercury Theatre , (1/01/1938 - Closing date unknown)
National Theatre , (circa. 2/01/1938 - Closing date unknown)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Jan 01, 1938   
Closing Date:Closing date unknown Total Performances:69

Category: Play, Revival, Broadway
Setting: London Streets and Houses.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by Orson Welles and John Houseman
Written by Thomas Dekker; Incidental music by Lehman Engel
Directed by Orson Welles; Assistant Director: Hiram Sherman
Scenic Design by Samuel Leve; Costume Design by Millia Davenport
General Manager: George Zorn; Company Manager: Harry Kaufman
Stage Manager: Walter Ash; Assistant Stage Mgr: William Alland; Production Manager: Jean Rosenthal
Press Representative: Henry Senber
Cast
William Alland Serving Man
Arthur Anderson A Boy
Charles Baker Attendant
Soldier
Edith Barrett Sybil
Rose's Maid
John Berry Soldier
Francis Carpenter Dodger
Joseph Cotten Rowland Lacy
George Coulouris The King
George Duthie Master Scott
Ruth Ford Jane
Wife of Ralph
Alice Frost Rose
daughter of Sir Roger
William Herz Shoemaker
William Howell Attendant
John Hoysradt Sir Roger Oteley
Whitford Kane Simon Eyre
the Shoemaker
George Lloyd Soldier
Norman Lloyd Roger
Eyre's Journeyman, commonly called Hodge
William Mowry Askew
James O'Rear Shoemaker
Tileston Perry Soldier
Vincent Price Master Hammon
Elliott Reid Ralph
Eyre's Journeyman
Frederick Ross Soldier
Stefan Schnabel A Dutch Skipper
Hiram Sherman Firk
Eyre's Journeyman
Frederick Thompson Soldier
Frederic Tozere Sir Hugh Lacy
Earl of Lincoln
Marian Warring-Manley Margery
Wife of Simon Eyre
Frank Westbrook Shoemaker
John A. Willard Master Warner
Richard Wilson Shoemaker