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Plymouth Theatre , (10/15/1938 - circa. 12/1939)
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Opening Date:Oct 15, 1938   
Closing Date:Dec 1939 Total Performances:472

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Setting: In and about New Salem, Illinois, in the 1830s. In and about Springfield, Illinois, 1840s - 1861.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Plymouth Theatre Corporation
Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson; S.N. Behrman; Elmer Rice; Robert E. Sherwood; Sidney Howard)
Written by Robert E. Sherwood
Staged by Elmer Rice
Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner
Business Manager: Victor Samrock
Stage Manager: Elmer Brown; Assistant Stage Mgr: John Triggs
Press Representative: William Fields and Phil Stevenson; Casting: Jane Broder; Assistant to Mr. Rice: Paul C. Krebs
Cast
Raymond Massey Abe Lincoln
Ora Alexander Ensemble
Dorothy Allan The Edwards' Maid
Frank Andrews Mentor Graham
Lloyd Barry Tad Lincoln
Bette Benfield Ensemble
Hubert Brown Gobey
Everett Charlton Bab
Cavalry Captain
Militia Captain
George Christie Ben Mattling
David Clarke Feargus
Donner
May Collins Elizabeth Edwards
Glenn Coulter Kavanaugh
Howard Da Silva Jack Armstrong
Dearon Darnay Ensemble
Robert Fitzsimmons Ensemble
Lillian Foster Nancy Green
John Gerard Barrick
Dorothy Greeley Ensemble
Arthur Griffin Judge Bowling Green
David Hewes Ensemble
Alfred Jenkins Ensemble
Walter Kapp Ensemble
Muriel Kirkland Mary Todd
Harry Levian Trum Cogdal
Jed
Adele Longmire Ann Rutledge
George Malcolm Ensemble
Lewis Martin Ninian Edwards
Kevin McCarthy Jasp
Phil
Lex Parrish Willie Lincoln
John Payne Robert Lincoln
Albert Phillips Stephen A. Douglas
Wendell K. Phillips William Herndon
McKinley Reeves Ensemble
Elizabeth Reller Ensemble
Marion Rooney Aggie Gale
Herbert Rudley Seth Gale
Bert Schorr Ensemble
Allen Shaw Ensemble
Howard Sherman Jimmy Gale
Lotte Stawisky Ensemble
Anne Stevenson Ensemble
Calvin Thomas Joshua Speed
Thomas F. Tracey Sturveson
John Triggs Ogleby
Frank Tweddell Crimmin
Iris Whitney Judith
The Lincolns' Maid
Dolores Williams Ensemble
Joseph Wiseman Ensemble
Harrison Woodhull Ensemble
Pulitzer Prize
winner 1939 for Drama [winner]
Written by Robert E. Sherwood