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A Woman of Destiny   

Willis Theatre, (3/02/1936 - circa. 4/1936)
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Opening Date: Mar 02, 1936    
Closing Date: Apr 1936 Total Performances: 35

Category: Play, Original
Setting: Reception Room and Garden of Constance Goodwin's Suite, Tenth Floor Chicago Hotel; Executive Office, President of U.S., Washington D.C.; Cabinet Room.

Production Staff
Produced by Managers Try Out Theatre of the Federal Theatre Project of the WPA, George L. Miller and Otto Metzger
Written by Samuel Jesse Warshawsky
Staged by Edward Vail
Scenic Design by Cleon Throckmorton
Kermit Augustine"Buttoms"
Lee BeggsSecretary of Labor Boyle
William A. BradyBannister
Alexandra CarlisleConstance Goodwin
Terry CarlsonKathryn Lawrence
Alice CavanaughRuth Goodwin
Wilfred ClarkStoneleigh
Theodore CollinsNewspaper Reporter
Robert ConnessSecretary of the Interior Meclennon
Dillon DeasyMurray Hoyt
Walter GreenSenator Mora
Joseph GuthrieRadio Announcer
Howard HallSecretary of Treasury Bright
Robert HarrisonPresident Cumberland
Horace HeadDick Harmon
Boris KorlinAmbassador Leonid Korakin
J. Warren LyonsBob Stillman
Carlton MacyChief Justice Burke
George C. MantellNewspaper Reporter
Fuller MellishBishop Grimshaw
William MelvilleMarcus Roseheim
Tom MorrisonSecretary of State Williamson
John F. MorrisseyPostmaster General Watson
Robert PerryGene Goodwin
Roger QuinlanArt Sullivan
Dorothy RaymondMrs. Rice
William RoselleStephen Talmadge
Henry SherwoodSecretary of War Sherman
Ralph SimoneNewspaper Reporter
George Henry TraderMelrock
Frank VerigunAmbassador Takshiro Maru
Walter Scott WeeksRoger Harmon
George ZornSam Wright