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Wallack's Theatre, (4/07/1900 - circa. 5/1900)
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Opening Date: Apr 07, 1900    
Closing Date: May 1900 Total Performances: 55

Category: Play, Revival
Description: A play in four acts
This production is a return engagement of Sapho (2/05/1900 - 3/05/1900)
Comments: "Sapho" was condemned as an immoral play and the theatre was closed March 5 1900, by order of the police. It was replaced by "The Second Mrs. Tanquery" (March 6 to March 16, 1900) and "The Profligate (March 17 to March 22, 1900). "The Profligate" closed due to Olga Nethersole's illness. The "Sapho" trial began April 3, 1900; Olga Nethersole was aquitted and "Sapho" reopened on April 7, 1900 for 55 additional performances.

Production Staff
Produced by Olga Nethersole
Based on the novel by Alphonse Daudet; Written by Clyde Fitch; Based on the play by A. Belot and Mme. Daudet
Scenic Design by Ernest Albert
Dances arranged by Carl Marwig
Maude ClaytonTina de Monte
William C. CowperDechelette
Adelaide CummingsRosa
Clara EmoryAlice Dore
Frank FarringtonMephistopheles
John GlendinningFlamant
Mrs. John GlendinningDivonne
W. GordonConcierge
Carolyn Heustis GravesMargot
Taylor HolmesDe Potter
Mattie HowesFrancine
Franklyn HurleighHettema
Alexes LeightonMadame Hettema
W. S. MillsServant
Olga NethersoleFannie Legrand
Leonard OutramCaoudal
Hamilton RevelleJean Gaussin
Gertrude RobinsonJoseph
The Sisters StrikerDanseuses
Fred ThorneUncle Cesaire
Nellie ThorneIrene
Richard WarringPorter
Charles WellesleyM. Anvers
Anna WhitfordToto