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King Henry IV, Part I   

 
St. James Theatre, (1/30/1939 - circa. 4/1939)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Jan 30, 1939    
Closing Date: Apr 1939 Total Performances: 74

Category: Play, History, Revival
Description: A play in two acts
Setting:



Production Staff
Produced by Maurice Evans
Written by William Shakespeare; Incidental music by Rupert Graves
Directed by Margaret Webster
Scenic Design by David Ffolkes
Company Manager: Edgar Runkle
General Stage Manager: Edward P. Dimond; Assistant Stage Mgr: Richard Janaver, Donald Arbury and Rhys Williams
Press Representative: Richard Maney and John L. Toohey
Cast
Wesley AddyHenry Percy
Hotspur
Donald ArburyGadshill
Ensemble
Charles BowdenShadow
Ensemble
Robert BrooksEnsemble
Donald CameronSir Walter Blunt
Frederic CarneyWart
Ensemble
Mady ChristiansLady Percy
Charles DaltonEarl of Northumberland
Henry EdwardsKing Henry IV
Maurice EvansSir John Falstaff
Reynolds EvansBardolph
George GrahamSheriff
Justice Shallow
Richard JanaverServant to Hotspur
Ensemble
Henry JonesFrancis
Justice Silence
George KeanePage
Ensemble
John KennedySir Richard Vernon
Carmen MathewsLady Mortimer
Alex NicolEnsemble
Edmond O'BrienHenry, Prince of Wales
Alfred PaschallSecond Carrier
Bullcalf
Ensemble
William PrinceJohn of Lancaster
Donald RandolphEarl of Worcester
Everett RipleyLord Mortimer
Earl of March
Feeble
Ensemble
Emmett RogersPoins
Alexander ScourbyEarl of Westmoreland
Sydney SmithArchibald
Earl of Douglas
Irene TedrowMistress Quickly
Maury TuckermanPeto
Mouldy
Ensemble
Rhys WilliamsFirst Carrier
Owen Glendower