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My Sister Eileen   

 
Biltmore Theatre , (12/26/1940 - 8/04/1942)
Martin Beck Theatre , (8/04/1942 - 11/21/1942)
Ritz Theatre , (11/23/1942 - 12/13/1942)
Broadway Theatre , (12/13/1942 - 1/16/1943)
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Opening Date:Dec 26, 1940   
Closing Date:Jan 16, 1943 Total Performances:864

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: Basement apartment in Greenwich Village, New York City.
Comments: This production was capitalized at $15,000 and had a top ticket of $5.


Production Staff
Produced by Max Gordon
Written by Joseph A. Fields and Jerome Chodorov; Based on stories by Ruth McKenney
Staged by George S. Kaufman; Dance sequences staged by Paul Seymour
Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager; Lighting Design by Al Alloy; Technical Assistant to Mr. Oenslager: Isaac Benesch
General Manager: Ben A. Boyar; Company Manager: Albert A. Cohen
Stage Manager: Franklin Heller and David Pardoll; Assistant Stage Mgr: Kurt Steinbart
Press Representative: Nat Dorfman; Associate Press Representative: Jack Charash; Casting: Myra Hampton Streger; Advertising: Kevin Gray
Cast
Effie Afton Violet Shelton
Michael Ames Future Admiral
Shirley Booth Ruth Sherwood
Alan Brixey Future Admiral
Morris Carnovsky Mr. Appolpolous
George Cotton Jensen
Tom Dillon Lonigan
Donald Foster Walter Sherwood
Eda Heinemann A Prospective Tenant
Gordon Jones The Wreck
Joseph Kallini The Consul
Peter Knego Future Admiral
Bruce MacFarlane Chic Clark
Paul Marion Future Admiral
Charles Martin Captain Fletcher
William Post, Jr. Robert Baker
Richard Quine Frank Lippencott
Helen Ray Mrs. Wade
Eric Roberts A Street Arab
Mel Roberts Future Admiral
Jo Ann Sayers Eileen Sherwood
Paul Seymour Future Admiral
Benson Spring Cossack
Joan Tompkins Helen Wade
Robert White Another Street Arab