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Tapestry in Gray   

Shubert Theatre, (12/27/1935 - circa. 1/1936)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Dec 27, 1935    
Closing Date: Jan 1936 Total Performances: 24

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Setting: First Aid Dressing Station on Battlefield in France; Military Hospital; Bistrot in Boulogne; Dock on Waterfront; Deck of Ocean Liner; Street Café; Hotel Room; Balcony in Italy; Laboratory, Office, and Night Club.


Production Staff
Produced by B.P. Schulberg
Written by Martin Flavin
Staged by Marion Gering
Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager
Cast
Arling Alcine
Coroner's Office Man
Auguste Aramini
A Waiter
Audrey Barlow
Iris' Maid
Miriam Battista
A Street Walker
Cornelia Bell
Governess
George Bleasdale
A Ship's Steward
Milo Boulton
Ensemble
Muriel Brassler
A Nurse
Helene Bush
Surgical Nurse
Claude Carey
Gunman
Herschel Cropper
Ensemble
Melvyn Douglas
Erik Nordgren
Norma Downey
A Hospital Nurse
Frederick Forrester
An Editor
Franklyn Fox
A Medical Corps Major
Paul Gallo
A Patient
Larney Goodkind
Ensemble
Robert Gray
Ensemble
Jack Harwood
A Policeman
William Hunter
Ensemble
Starr West Jones
Ensemble
Arnold Korff
Doctor Marius
George Lamar
Young Medical Corps Officer
Elissa Landi
Iris Nordgren
Jack Lescoulie
MacManus
June Leslie
A Woman
Alan Morrill
A Hotel Porter
Edgar Murdock
Stretcher Bearer
Joseph Olney
Another Waiter
Theodore Paul
Ensemble
William Robertson
Ensemble
Samuel Roland
A Beggar
Byron Russell
Old Medical Corps Officer
Owen Russell
Ensemble
C. Russell Sage
Another Patient
Alice Sherbon
A Ballet Dancer
Howard Sherman
Erik Nordgren, Jr.
Mildred Van Dorn
Anaesthetist
Henry Vincent
A Servant
Michael Visaroff
The Ballet Master
Minor Watson
Dr. Stephen Macklin