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Roar China   

Martin Beck Theatre, (10/27/1930 - circa. 12/1930)
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Opening Date: Oct 27, 1930    
Closing Date: Dec 1930 Total Performances: 72

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in two acts
Setting: On a Quay in the Harbor of Wan Hsien and on the deck of the H.M.S. Europa, anchored in the harbor during the summer of 1926


Production Staff
Produced by The Theatre Guild
Written by S. Tretyakov; from the German of Leo Lania
Directed by Herbert J. Biberman
Cast
Ivan Achong
1st Boatman
Seungman Ahn
Wang Fu
Eric Blore
Lieutenant Cooper
Edwin Brandt
The Missionary
Charles Cardon
Johnson
Grace Chee
Ama
Eva Condon
Mrs. Tourist
Harry Cooke
Burns
Edward Cooper
Captain of H.M.S. Europa
Reynolds Denniston
Mr. Smith
Athy Dimitrieff
M. De Brochell
H.L. Donsu
Chang
Charlie Fang
Low Ba
Paul Fung
Ho Sung
William Gargan
Hall
Winifred Hanley
Mrs. Smith
Y. Y. Hsu
A Student Interpreter for the Daoyin
Sam Kim
The Daoyin of the City of Wan Hsien
Helen Kimm
Chang Yuen
Peter Kwan
Chinese Boy
Adrienne Lachamp
Mme. De Brochell
James Lee
1st Policeman
Arthur Leon
Bonze
Henry Leong
3rd Boatman
Siang Pan
A Fo's Daughter
Sanchia Robertson
Cordelia
Erskine Sanford
Mr. Tourist
Frank Sinne
A Fo
Edward Trevor
Mate of H.M.S. Europa
H. T. Tsiang
2nd Boatman
Lee Tung-Foo
Pei Fu
Richard Wang
4th Boatman
Von Wang
Li Tai
Irene Wong
Ho Chin Ling
Dorothy Woo
Chang's Son
Y. W. Woo
Coolie
Elsie Wu
Ho San San
James Yoon
Ho Sung's Son