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King Richard II   

St. James Theatre , (4/01/1940 - 4/27/1940)
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Opening Date:Apr 01, 1940   
Closing Date:Apr 27, 1940 Total Performances:32

Category: Play, History, Revival, Broadway
Setting: England and Wales between April, 1398 -- March, 1400.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Maurice Evans Productions
Produced by Maurice Evans
Written by William Shakespeare; Incidental music by Herbert Menges; Music arranged by Rupert Graves
Staged by Margaret Webster
Scenic Design by David Ffolkes; Costume Design by David Ffolkes
General Manager: Edgar Runkle
General Stage Manager: Edward P. Dimond; Assistant Stage Mgr: Walter Williams
Conducted by George Leonard
Director of Publicity: S.M. Weller
Maurice Evans King Richard the Second
John Barclay John of Gaunt
Duke of Lancaster, Uncle to the King
Franz Bendtsen Duke of York
Uncle to the King
June Brown Lady attending on the Queen
Donald Cameron Bishop of Carlisle
Groom of the King's Stable
Frederic Carney Ensemble
Charles Dalton Earl of Northumberland
Jessie Dimond Ensemble
Lauren Gilbert Duke of Aumerle
Son to the Duke of York
Evelyn Hope Ensemble
George Keane Lord Ross
Carmen Mathews Queen to King Richard
John McQuade Second Gardener
Servant to Exton
Alex Nicol Ensemble
Melvin Parks Ensemble
Alfred Paschall Herald to Bolingbroke
Earl of Surrey
Jackson Perkins Duchess of Gloucester
Lady attending on the Queen
Donald Randolph Henry Bolingbroke
Duke of Hereford, afterwards Henry IV
Kurt Richards Bushy
Favorite of King Richard
Everett Ripley Bagot
Favorite of King Richard
Emmett Rogers Henry Percy
Surnamed Hotspur, son to Northumberland
Anthony Ross Lord Willoughby
Keeper of the Prison
Alexander Scourby Green
Favorite of King Richard
Sir Pierce of Exton
Sydney Smith Thomas Mowbray
Duke of Norfolk
Sir Stephen Scroop
Howard Wierum Earl of Salisbury
Rhys Williams Lord Marshal
Captain of a band of Welshmen
Walter Williams Herald to Mowbray