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Abraham Lincoln   

 
Forrest Theatre, (10/21/1929 - circa. 10/1929)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Oct 21, 1929    
Closing Date: Oct 1929 Total Performances: 8

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in six scenes
Setting: Lincoln's home in Springfield in 1860, The White House in Washington, D. C., General Grant's headquarters near Appomattox, and a small lounge back of the boxes in Ford's Theatre



Production Staff
Produced by William H. Harris, Jr.
Written by John Drinkwater
Directed by Gerald Cornell
Cast
James S. BarrettGeneral Meade
Penwood BatkinsMacIntosh
A Delegate
Charles BrillDoctor
Conrad CantzenPrice
A Delegate
Duncan CherryHawkins
First Clerk
Daniel ClarkSoldier
William CorbettGeneral Lee
Gerald CornellSeward
Perry CorsonDennis
An Orderly
Herbert CurtisSimon Cameron
Forrest DavisTucker
Chairman of Delegation
J. Colville DunnA Chronicler
Albert DurandSecond Clerk
Jennie A. EustaceMrs. Otherly
Theodore FetterWilliam Scott
Dwight GeorgeHay
Frank GinterWhite
Of the Southern Commission
John HanleyMontgomery Blair
John C. HickeySalmon Chase
Thomas IrwinStone
A Farmer
Harold KennedyCuffney
A Store Keeper
Frank McGlynnMr. Lincoln
Alfred MooreGideon Welles
Charles H. MooreWilliam Custis
Mary Horne MorrisonMrs. Goliath Blow
William NortonBurnet Hook
John O'MearaStanton
Robert ParsonsMessenger
Albert PhillipsGeneral Grant
William R. RandallJennings
Of the Southern Commission
Joseph ReedCaleb Smith
Florence ShortSusan
A Maid in Lincoln's Home
Thomas SpauldingJohn Wilkes Booth
Edith SpencerMrs. Lincoln
Thomas VaidenHind
A Delegate
George WilliamsAide to General Grant