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Marching Song   

Nora Bayes Theatre, (2/17/1937 - circa. 4/1937)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Feb 17, 1937    
Closing Date: Apr 1937 Total Performances: 61

Category: Play, Drama, Original
Setting: Interior of Abandoned Factory on Outskirts of Brimmerton.

Production Staff
Produced by The Theatre Union
Written by John Howard Lawson
Staged by Anthony Brown
Scenic Design by Howard Bay
Frieda AltmanJenny Russell
Sylvia BarnettEnsemble
Richard BarrowsDoc Matthews
Frances BavierMary McGillicuddy
Walter BeckBlister Haddock
Tommi BissellBridget McGillicuddy
Alice BrooksEnsemble
Grover BurgessPete Russell
Fanya CherenkoMrs. Zilitch
Curt ConwayWoody Rosenbloom
Theodore CordayToad
Maria CoxeMinerva Bliss
Edward FergusonEnsemble
Gertrude FlynnRose Graham
Leonard S. GrimeEnsemble
Barbara GuerdonEnsemble
Edward Everett HaleWarren Winkle
Alfred HerrickHank McGillicuddy
Dorothy HowardEnsemble
T.J. Hughes, Jr.Ensemble
John HuntingtonTubby Smuts
Rex IngramLucky Johnson
Dan JamesEnsemble
Manart KippenBinks
Charles KuhnPop Fergus
Roy Le MayTony Malucci
Gloria LevingeEnsemble
Mildred LewisEnsemble
Lester Lonergan, IIIBrussels Sprouts
Lester Lonergan, Jr.Parlez-vous
James MacDonaldMel Mosely
Lisa MarkahLeni Throoop
Ben MetzEnsemble
Russell MorrisonDopey Belcher
Charles NevilleEnsemble
Robert Ober-ReichEnsemble
Robert ReedSunshine Sellers
Clark RobinsonEnsemble
Amelia RomanoGuiseppa Malucci
Charles SmithClancy
Gunboat Gurney
Hester SondergaardMrs. Malucci
Joseph TaulaneJoe Bell
Yngvi ThortelsonEnsemble
Mark TobyEnsemble
Martin WolfsonBill Anderson
Stanley G. WoodInspector Feiler