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Becky Sharp   

Knickerbocker Theatre , (6/03/1929 - circa. 6/1929)
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Opening Date:Jun 03, 1929   
Closing Date:Jun 1929 Total Performances:8

Category: Play, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in four acts
Setting: Miss Crawley's residence, Park Lane, London; Duchess of Richmond's Ball, Brussells; Becky's house in Curzon Street, London; Becky's lodgings in Pumpernickel

Production Staff
Produced by The Players Club
Written by Langdon Mitchell; from "Vanity Fair" by William Makepeace Thackeray
Staged by Dudley Digges
A. G. Andrews General Tufto
Bruce Bairnsfather Lieut. John Campbell
Edith Barrett Lady Stafford
Doan Borup Bowles
Agnes Brady Lady Dukinfield
Donald Brian George Osborne
Patricia Collinge Amelia Sedley
Ernest Cossart Joseph Sedley
Frazer Coulter Lord Southdown
Mary Ellis Becky Sharp
Jay Fassett Major Blenkinsop
Helen Freeman Duchess of Richmond
Etienne Girardot Lord Bareacres
Thomas Gomez Lieut. Kinsale
Evelyn Goodrich Honorable Miss Charteris
Gerald Hamer Tommy Raikes
Nedda Harrigan Fifine
Gordon Hart Lieut. Ballard
Roland Hogue Max
Lord Cheshire of Cherrington
Arthur Hohl Pitt Crawley
Mary Hone Lady Jane Crawley
Haroldine Humphreys Lady Blanche
Moffat Johnston The Marquis of Steyne
Elsie Keene Miss Zenobia Green
Wright Kramer Prince Peterwaradin
Cecilia Loftus Miss Crawley
Edward MacNamara Admiral Sir John Hollingshead, K.C.B.
Julia McMahan Lady Rose of Kilarock
Owen Meech Landlord
Henry Mortimer Major Loder
Ida Mulle Duchess of Buccleugh
Jack O'Donnell Sir Roger Cameron
Alice Papo Hon. Miss Wilton
James T. Powers Sir Pitt Crawley
Herbert Ranson Lord Tarquin
Erna Rowan Honorable Miss Greville
Ernest Rowan The Duke Brunswick
William Sams Capt. McGregor
John D. Seymour Lieut. Ranlagh
J. Walter Smith Lord Anglesey
Marguerite St. John Lady Bareacres
Loren Stout Lord Hereford
Pam Sweeny Hon. Miss Sybil Hampsheer
Basil Sydney Rawdon Crawley
Raymond Thayer Lieut. Blake
Lillian Brennard Tonge Marchioness of Steyne
Adele Walker Miss Valida St. Gray
Clifford Walker Raggles
Leonard Willey William Dobbin
Genevieve Williams Vi Countess St. Maur
Mrs. Thomas A. Wise Briggs
Cecily Work Miss Lamb