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The Lady with a Lamp   

Maxine Elliott's Theatre , (11/19/1931 - 11/1931)
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Opening Date:Nov 19, 1931   
Closing Date:Nov 1931 Total Performances:12

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: Embley Park, Hampshire; Harley Street, London, 1854; Scutari, Winter, 1855; A Room in the Old Burlington Street, London; A Bedrrom in South Street, London; The Drawing Room, South Street.

Production Staff
Produced by Kenneth MacGowan and Joseph Verner Reed
Written by Reginald Berkeley
Staged by Leslie Banks
Barbara Allen Mrs. Calder
First Lady
Harry E. Allen Stretcher Bearer
J. W. Austin Lord Palmerston
Leslie Barrie Sidney Herbert
Corporal Jones
Court Chamberlain
James Barrows "The Times" Representative
St. Clair Bayfield Dr. Sutherland
Barbara Bruce Lady Christabel Deane
Langdon Bruce Dr. Smith
Mr. MacDonald
Lord Mayor of London
Frank Carew German Diplomat
Stuart Casey Henry Tremayne
Patricia Collinge Elizabeth Herbert
Edith Evans Florence Nightingale
Elizabeth Farrer Nurse
Alix Holland Nurse
David Hughes Orderly
Mary Kemble Nurse
Joseph Kennedy Veteran
Edgar Kent William Nightingale
Dr. Cumming
Ann Lynwood Nurse
Second Lady
Nellie Malcolm Mrs. Nightingale
Peter Martin Stretcher Bearer
Arthur Metcalfe The Secretary of State for War
James Milaidy Veteran
Frank Munnell Veteran
Hilda Plowright Lady Heritage
Anne Revere Miss Pelt
A Nurse
Jane Saville Selina Bracebridge
Frances Simon Nurse
Little Girl
Harry Sothern Pressman
Joaquin Souther Mr. Bamford
President of the American Red Cross
Philip Tonge Surgeon
Virginia Tracey Mrs. Williams
Betty Upthegrove Nurse Bates
Helene Willard Nurse
Wilbur Young Veteran