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The Taming of the Shrew   

Alvin Theatre, (2/05/1940 - 2/10/1940)
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Opening Date: Feb 05, 1940    
Closing Date: Feb 10, 1940 Total Performances: 8

Category: Play, Comedy, Benefit, Revival, Broadway
Description: A Comedy in Two Parts
Setting: House of a Noble Lord.
Comments: This production was a benefit for Finnish Relief Fund.

Production Staff
Produced by The Theatre Guild; Produced in association with John C. Wilson
Written by William Shakespeare
Staged by Harry Wagstaff Gribble; Conceived by Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne
Production Design by Cagett Wilson; Costume Design by Cagett Wilson; Scenic Design by Carolyn Hancock
Lynn FontanneKatharina
Alfred LuntPetruchio
Fay BakerBianca
Harry Be GarHorse
Philip BourneufA Lord
Charles BowdenPantaloon
Donald BukaBartholomew
Gilmore BushHuntsman
Servant to Petruchio
Francis ComptonGremio
Suitor to Bianca
Grace CoppinTownswoman
Alex CourtnayBiondello
Servant to Lucentio
A Singer
Sharon CurranTownswoman
Robert DowningServant to Petruchio
S. Thomas GomezGrumio
Freddie GoodrowAcrobat
Sydney GreenstreetBaptista
Alan HewittLucentio
Ray HolgateDwarf
Thomas KeenanDwarf
Edith KingWidow
A Servant to Petruchio
William LeMassenaA Pedant
Byron McGrathHortensio
Suitor to Bianca
Grace McGrathMaid
Gordon MillsServant to Petruchio
Cameron MitchellHuntsman
A Prisoner
Don MorrellHorse
Ralph NelsonServant to Petruchio
Eddo PortoAcrobat
Charles SilversDwarf
Norman StuartTranio
Servant to Lucentio
Victor ThorleyVincentio
Brooks WestHuntsman
Servant to Petruchio
Richard WhorfChristopher Sly