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Dance With Your Gods   

Mansfield Theatre, (10/06/1934 - circa. 10/1934)
First Preview: Total Previews: 0
Opening Date: Oct 06, 1934    
Closing Date: Oct 1934 Total Performances: 9

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: Saloon and Street Corner Near the Parish Prison; Front Yard of a Negro Cabin; Main Hall of the Juven

Production Staff
Produced by Laurence Schwab
Written by Kenneth Perkins
Staged by Robert B. Sinclair
Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager
John AntigaDrummer
Oliver BarbourWilliam Simpson
Edna BarrEnsemble
Cuto BeauchampDrummer
Amelia BenskinaEnsemble
William BodkinEnsemble
Anita BogartEnsemble
Louis BrogesDrummer
Dewey BrownJeffries
Teddy BrownEnsemble
Olive BurgoyneMadame Chou
Peter ClarkEnsemble
Iodilo CokerDrummer
Cecil CunninghamEnsemble
Beatrice ElegoreEnsemble
H. Webster ElkinsEnsemble
Marjorie FowlkesEnsemble
John GordonAnother Tourist
Olive GordonEnsemble
Georgette HarveyMother Bouche
George HayesEnsemble
Eleanor HinesEnsemble
Charles HollisEnsemble
Lena Horne
Broadway debut
A Quadronne Girl
Rex IngramMaitre Livers
Lulu B. KingEnsemble
Clifton LambEnsemble
Moses MainnsDrummer
Diafmore MartinDrummer
Joseph MaxwellEnsemble
Pauline MooreNinon Juvenal
Ethel PurbelloEnsemble
Muriel RobertA Tourist
Wardell SaundersEnsemble
Archer SavageEnsemble
Joseph ScottMaitre Bowles
Ben SmithJacques Boyean
Ella SmithEnsemble
Al StokesMaitre Buffon
Barclay TriggBaptiste
O. J. VanasseBartender
Jacques VanderhouseDrummer
Charles D. WaldronAmos Juvenal
Grayson WalkerEnsemble
Althea WestonEnsemble
Musa WilliamsMadame De La Jones