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Ritz Theatre, (12/23/1924 - circa. 6/1925)
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Opening Date: Dec 23, 1924    
Closing Date: Jun 1925 Total Performances: 183

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: The Board Room of "The Island Navigation Company" in Liverpool; The Larne's Sitting-room at 23 Millicent Villas, Liverpool; Old Heythorp's Sanctum in his Daughter's house in Sefton Park.

Production Staff
Theatre Leased by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Produced by Winthrop Ames and Edward L. Swete
Written by John Galsworthy
Staged by Edward L. Swete
Stage Manager: Maude T. Howell
George Arliss
Sylvanus Heythorp
Chairman of "The Island Navigation Company"
Norman Cannon
Mr. Brownbee
a Credito of old Heythorp
Horace Cooper
Mr. Westgate
Shareholder of the Company
Stafford Dickens
Charles Ventnor
a Solicitor
Cecile Dixon
Larne's Child
Thomas Donnelly
Mr. Appleby
Shareholder of the Company
Frederick Earle
Gilbert Farney
Secretary of the same
Edmund George
of "The Island Navigation Company"
Henrietta Goodwin
the Larne's Maid-of-all-work
Ethel Griffies
Adela Heythorp
Daughter of old Heythorp
Langford Hayes
A Director
James Hughes
Mr. Batterson
Shareholder of the Company
Mollie Johnson
his Daughter's House-maid
Irby Marshall
Rosamund Larne
a connection of Old Heythorp
Henry Morrell
old Heythorp's Body-servant
Ivan F. Simpson
Joseph Pillin
Senior Partner of Pillin & Son
Murray Stephens
Mr. Winkley
Shareholder of the Company
Arthur Villars
Mr. Budgeon
Shareholder of the Company
Deering Wells
Bob Pillin
of Pillan & Son, shipowners
Victor Weston
of "The Island Navigation Company"
George Wolcott
Larne's Child
Eustace Wyatt
another Creditor