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Troilus and Cressida   

 
B.S. Moss's Broadway Theatre , (6/06/1932 - circa. 6/13/1932)
First Preview: Total Previews:0
Opening Date:Jun 06, 1932   
Closing Date:Jun 13, 1932 Total Performances:8

Category: Play, Tragedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: Inside and outside besieged Troy


Production Staff
Produced by The Players Club
Written by William Shakespeare; Arranged in three acts by Henry Herbert
Staged by Henry Herbert
Cast
Edith Barrett Cressida
daughter of Calchas
Charles Brokaw Paris
Priam's son
Eliot Cabot Agamemnon
in command of the Greek expedition to Troy
Alan Campbell Deiphobus
Priam's son
Leo G. Carroll Aeneas
a Trojan officer
Charles Coburn Ajax
officer in the Greek expeditionary force
Ivah Wills Coburn Andromache
wife of Hector
F. Sayre Crawley Priam
King of Troy
Augustin Duncan Prologue
Edwin T. Emery Servant to Diomedes
Reynolds Evans Achilles
officer in the Greek expeditionary force
Ruth Garland Servant to Paris
George Gaul Patroclus
officer in the Greek expeditionary force
Burford Hampden Alexander
Gordon Hart Antenor
a Trojan captured by the Greeks, returned to Troy in exchange for Cressida
Eileen Huban Cassandra
daughter of Priam
Allyn Morgan Joslyn Diomedes
officer in the Greek expeditionary force
P. J. Kelly Menelaus
Agamemnon's brother
John Kramer Margarelon
Howard Kyle Calchas
a refugee from Troy
Jerome Lawler Troilus
Priam's son
Robert Le Seuer Nestor
officer in the Greek expeditionary force
Philip Leigh Helenus
Priam's son
Eugene Powers Pandarus
uncle to Cressida
Herbert Ranson Hector
Priam's son
William Sams Ulysses
officer in the Greek expeditionary force
Margherita Sargent Queen Hecuba
Otis Skinner Thersites
a civilian attached to the Greek expeditionary force
Blanche Yurka Helen
formerly wife of Menelaus