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The Naked Genius   

 
Plymouth Theatre , (10/21/1943 - 11/20/1943)
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Opening Date:Oct 21, 1943   
Closing Date:Nov 20, 1943 Total Performances:36

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A Comedy in two acts
Setting: Honey Bee Carroll's New York apartment, September. Honey Bee Carroll's house in the country, eight days later.
Comments: The events and characters in this play are entirely fictitious. Any similarity or resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Plymouth Theatre Corporation
Produced by Michael Todd
Written by Gypsy Rose Lee
Staged by George S. Kaufman
Scenic Design by Frederick Fox; Costume Design by Billy Livingston
Company Manager: Louis Epstein
Stage Manager: Franklin Heller; Assistant Stage Mgr: Robert Downing
Press Representative: Frank Goodman and Lewis Harmon; Advertising: Lawrence Weiner
Cast
Joan Blondell Honey Bee Carroll
Frieda Altman Mrs. Davis
Mary Ashworth Gladys
Bertha Belmore Lollie Adams
Kay Buckley Shop Girl
Lewis Charles Sam Hinkle
George Cotton A Moving Man
Tom Daly A Man
Marie Louise Dana Mrs. Goodwin
Robert Downing State Trooper
Ralph Glover A Man
Judson Langill Mr. Goodwin
Ralph Lewis A.P. Man
Bernice Maison Sally Martin
Gil Maison Teddy Martin
Anton McQuade Drunk
Doro Merande Myrtle McGuire
Millard Mitchell Stuart Tracy
James Moore First Judge
Pauline Myers Angela
Edmonia Nolley Miss Holmes
Rex O'Malley Fred-Eric
Phyllis Povah Pansy
Eleanor Prentiss Shop Girl
Donald Randolph Charless Goodwin
Rosemary Rice Emily
Emily Ross Mrs. Thompson
Marcel Rousseau Alonzo
Byron Russell Williams
Georgia Sothern Alibassi
John Souther Judge Taylor
Karen Stevens Shop Girl
William Torpey Second Judge