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To Quito and Back   

 
Guild Theatre , (10/06/1937 - circa. 12/1937)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Oct 06, 1937   
Closing Date:Dec 1937 Total Performances:46

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: Waiting Room of Railway Station on West Slope of Andes on Ecuadorian Coast; Living Room in Villa of Countess Rivadavia, Twenty Miles Outside of Quito, Ecuador.


Production Staff
Produced by The Theatre Guild
Written by Ben Hecht
Staged by Philip Moeller; Production Supervised by Lawrence Langner and Theresa Helburn
Scenic Design by Aline Bernstein
Cast
Albert Allen Ensemble
Walter Armin Officer
Leslie Banks Alexander Sterns
Harry Bellaver Comrade Patayo
Tommi Bissell Ensemble
Samuel Brown Comrade Rienza
Joseph Buloff Zamiano
Edilberto G. Burgos Ensemble
Alfonso Chavez Sanchey
Fred Clegg Comrade Gonzales
Francis Compton Howard Evans
Aristes Corona Ensemble
Natalia Danesi Manuella
Juan De Aguenta Ensemble
Manuel De Moya A Soldier
Joseph Monneret De Villard Railway Official
Isobel Donald Florinda
Sidonie Espero Fortune Teller
Fredericka Fortello Ensemble
Tuan Garcia Ensemble
Walter N. Greaza Harold Frazer
Virginia Gregori Maria
Louis Halprin Ensemble
Himself Muggsie
Virginia Holden Francisca
Don Kelly Ensemble
Manart Kippen Colonel Pizarro
Michael Lackman Ensemble
Henry Levin Dr. Morodin
Mildred Levin Ensemble
George J. Lewis Alfredo
Lone Mountain Ensemble
Lena Peters Fifi Stewart
Charles H. Pinkham Diaz
Eugenia Rawls Tomasa
Shelia Richart Ensemble
Manuel Risto Ensemble
Sylvia Sidney Lola Hobbs
Horace Sinclair Captain Stewart
Jack Soanes Dr. Duquesne
Jan Ullrich Comrade Santoya
Evelyn Varden Countess Rivadavia
Augustin Gonzales Villaverde An Officer