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King Richard II   

 
City Center , (1/24/1951 - 2/04/1951)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Jan 24, 1951   
Closing Date:Feb 04, 1951 Total Performances:15

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


Production Staff
Produced by New York City Theatre Company; Executive Producer: George Schaefer
Written by William Shakespeare; Incidental music by Herbert Manges
Staged by Margaret Webster; Assistant Director: Emmett Rogers
Scenic Design by Ben Edwards
Stage Manager: Thelma Chandler
Cast
Betsy Blair Queen to King Richard
Joseph Dooley Herald to Mowbray
Second Gardener
Groom of the King's Stable
Joseph Emmett Abbott of Westminster
Maurice Evans King Richard the Second
Reynolds Evans Duke of York
Uncle to the King
Clement Fowler Captain of a band of Welshmen
Sir Pierce of Exton
Chris Gampel Lord Willoughby
John Glennon Henry Percy
Surnamed Hotspur, son to Northumberland
Bruce Gordon Thomas Mowbray
Duke of Norfolk
Louis Hector Earl of Northumberland
George Roy Hill Duke of Aumerle
Son to the Duke of York
Cavada Humphrey Duchess of Gloucester
Patricia Jenkins Lady attending on the Queen
John Kirchnak Green
Favorite of King Richard
Keeper of the Prison
Theodore Marcuse Lord Marshal
Bishop of Carlisle
Hamilton Mott Gardener
June Prud'Homme Lady attending on the Queen
Everett Ripley Bagot
Favorite of King Richard
Tom Hughes Sand Servant to the Duke of York
Kent Smith Henry Bolingbroke
Duke of Hereford, afterwards Henry IV
Chester Stratton Bushy
Favorite of King Richard
John Straub Lord Ross
Porter Van Zandt Herald to Bolingbroke
Earl of Salisbury
Servant to Exton
Wendell Whitten Sir Stephen Scroop
Frederic Worlock John of Gaunt
Duke of Lancaster, Uncle to the King