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Hamlet   

 
Empire Theatre , (10/08/1936 - circa. 1/1937)
St. James Theatre , (1/1937 - Closing date unknown)
First Preview: Total Previews:0
Opening Date:Oct 08, 1936   
Closing Date:Closing date unknown Total Performances:132

Category: Play, Tragedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in five acts
Setting: In and around Elsinore Castle in Denmark


Production Staff
Theatre Leased by Nesca Realty Co., Inc.
Produced by Guthrie McClintic
Written by William Shakespeare
Staged by Guthrie McClintic
Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner; Costume Design by Jo Mielziner; Technical Assistant to Jo Mielziner: Rose Bogdanoff
General Manager: Stanley Gilkey; Company Manager: William G. Tisdale
Stage Manager: William Richardson; Assistant Stage Mgr: John Cornell, Kurt Steinbart and Donaldson Murphy
Cast
John Gielgud Hamlet
son to the late, and nephew to the present King
Judith Anderson Gertrude
Queen of Denmark and mother to Hamlet
Arthur Byron Polonius
Lord Chamberlain
John Emery Laertes
son to Polonius
Lillian Gish Ophelia
daughter to Polonius
Malcolm Keen Ghost
Claudius
King of Denmark
Evelyn Abbott Ensemble
Harry Andrews Horatio
friend to Hamlet
Neal Berry Ensemble
Whitner Bissell Cornelius
Lucianus
John Cromwell Rosencrantz
Courtier
James Dinan Voltemand
Ensemble
Morgan Farley Osric
a Courtier
John Galland Ensemble
Stanley Gould Ensemble
Peter Gray Ensemble
Reed Herring Bernardo
Officer
Fortinbras
Prince of Norway
Henry Hull Jr. Ensemble
Barry Kelly Marcellus
Officer
Gravedigger
Mary Lee Logan Ensemble
Ruth March Player Queen
Harry Mestayer Player King
Donaldson Murphy Ensemble
George Nash Gravedigger
William Roehrick Guildenstern
Courtier
Sydna Scott Ensemble
William Stanley Sailor
Kurt Steinbart Ensemble
Ivan Triesault Prologue
Priest
George Vincent Captain
Murvyn Vye Francisco
Officer
Reynaldo
Francis Wayne Ensemble