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Peace on Earth   

Civic Repertory Theatre, (11/29/1933 - 3/17/1934)
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Opening Date: Nov 29, 1933    
Closing Date: Mar 17, 1934 Total Performances: 126

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: Living Room of the Owens Home; Green; Warehouse; Dock; Room in the Faculty Club; University Campus; Prison


Production Staff
Produced by The Theatre Union
Written by George Sklar and Albert Maltz
Staged by Robert B. Sinclair; Assistant Staging: Michael Blankfort
Scenic Design by Cleon Throckmorton
Cast
A.W. Biberman
Ensemble
Donald Black
Flynn
Biff Morris
John Boruff
Stephen Hamill
Max
Radio Announcer
Halliam Bosworth
President Howard
John Brown
Primo
Henry Murdoch
The District Attorney
John Caraway
Ensemble
Carl Carlsen
Ensemble
Allace Carroll
Mary Bonner
Marjorie Howard
Julia Colin
Laurie Owens
Joe Connors
Ensemble
Harry Constantine
Ensemble
Thomas Coffin Cooke
Bishop Parkes
Alvin Dexter
John Andrews
Charles Esdale
Dean Walker
The Judge
Elliot Fisher
Speed
Earl Ford
Ryan
Charlie Wilcox
Clyde Franklin
Walter McCracken
Jules Garfield
The Messenger
Mary George
Ensemble
David Gray
Ensemble
Millicent Green
Rose
Fred Herrick
Bob Peters
The Guard
Ethel Intropidi
Jo Owens
Robert Keith
Peter Owens
David Kerman
Fenning
Victor Killian
Fred Miller
David Lesan
Mike
The Cop
James MacDonald
Henry Murdoch
George Nafely
Ensemble
Caroline Newcombe
Lena
Miss Ellen Bancroft
George Russell
Ensemble
Sigmund Salomon
Ensemble
Paul Stein
Company Guard
Ralph Steves
Ensemble
Mara Tartar
Ann
Radio Announcer
Charles Thompson
Harry Boynton
Frank Tweddell
Krauss
Bill Prentice
Attorney Gordon
Walter Vonnegut
Prof. Frank Anderson
W. Washington
Ensemble
Jack Williams
Policeman
Kemmerich