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I Know My Love   

 
Shubert Theatre , (11/02/1949 - 6/03/1950)
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Opening Date:Nov 02, 1949   
Closing Date:Jun 03, 1950 Total Performances:247

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: The drawing-room of the Chanlers, in an old family mansion on Commonwealth Avenue, Boston. 1888, 1902, 1918, 1920, 1939.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned by The Shubert Organization; Theatre Operated by the Central Theatres Leasing & Construction Company
Produced by The Theatre Guild and John C. Wilson
Written by S. N. Behrman; Adapted from "Auprès de Ma Blonde" by Marcel Achard
Directed by Alfred Lunt
Scenic Design by Stewart Chaney; Lighting Design by Stewart Chaney; Costume Design by Stewart Chaney; Assistant to Mr. Chaney: Tricia Broham; Wig Design by Barris; Make-Up Design by Eddie Senz; Miss Fontanne's hat designed and executed by Lynn Fontanne
General Manager for John C. Wilson: C. Edwin Knill; Company Manager: Lawrence Farrell
Stage Manager: Charva Chester; Associate Stage Mgr: Charles Bowden and Roy Johnson
Publicity Director: Joseph Heidt; Press Representative: Carlton Miles; Casting: Sherlee Weingarten
Cast
Lynn Fontanne Emily Chanler
Alfred Lunt Thomas Chanler
Katharine Bard Claire Ballard
Henry Barnard Richard Chanler
Thomas's brother
Charles Bowden Reilly
Sandy Campbell Second Photographer
Betty Caulfield Nicola Ballard
Mary Fickett Katie
Hugh Franklin Daniel Talbot
Emily's brother
Roy Johnson First Photographer
Lily Kemble-Cooper Agnes
Jerome's wife
Geoffrey Kerr Frederic Chanler
Doreen Lang Blanche Chanler
William LeMassena William
Noel Leslie Jerome Talbot
Allen Martin Eugene Chanler
Esther Mitchell Lucy
Renee Orsell Louise
Thomas Palmer Nicholas Ballard
Anne Sargent Eleanor Peabody
Sissy
J. P. Wilson Fuller