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Oscar Wilde   

Fulton Theatre, (10/10/1938 - circa. 5/1939)
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Opening Date: Oct 10, 1938    
Closing Date: May 1939 Total Performances: 247

Category: Play, Drama, Original
Setting: The Terrace of a Hotel in Algers; A Private Room in a London Restaurant; Wilde's Study, Tite Street, Chelsea; The Old Bailey; A Cafe in Paris.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Sam H. Grisman
Produced by Norman Marshall
Written by Leslie Stokes and Sewell Stokes; Music arranged by Alexander Haas
Directed by Norman Marshall
Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey; Costume Design by Raymond Sovey
Company Manager: Herman Bernstein
Stage Manager: Elbert Gruver; Assistant Stage Mgr: John Fearnley
Conducted by Alexander Haas
Press Representative: Richard Maney; Assistant to Raymond Sovey: Jean Tait
J. W. AustinSir Edward Clarke, Q.C.
John BuckmasterLord Alfred Douglas
John CarolCharlie Parker
Richard CharltonAn Arab Boy
Lewis DaytonClerk of the Court
Jean Del ValJules
Mark DignamMr. E. H. Carson, Q. C.
Arthur Gould-PorterAllen
Frederick GrahamMr. Justice Henn Collins
Colin HunterA Butler
Wyman KaneEustace
Reginald MalcolmA Waiter
Robert MorleyOscar Wilde
Gordon RichardsThe Solicitor-General
Kenneth TresederA Hotel Waiter
Edward TrevorLouis Dijon
Oswald YorkeMr. Justice Willis
Harold YoungFrank Harris