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The Importance of Being Earnest   

Vanderbilt Theatre, (1/12/1939 - circa. 3/1939)
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Opening Date: Jan 12, 1939    
Closing Date: Mar 1939 Total Performances: 61

Category: Play, Comedy, Revival
Setting: Algernon Moncrieff's flat in Half Moon Street, London, W. The garden at the Manor House, Woolton. Drawing room of the Manor House, Woolton.

Production Staff
Produced by Richard Aldrich and Richard Meyers; Produced in association with Albert Tarbell
Written by Oscar Wilde
Staged by Estelle Winwood
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt
General Manager: Pierce Power-Waters
Stage Manager: Phyllis Perlman and Fred Bolton
Orchestra under the direction of Maurice Nitke
Press Representative: Phyllis Perlman
Clifton WebbJohn Worthing, J.P.
Of the Manor House, Woolton, Hertfordshire
Hope WilliamsMiss Prism
Miss Cardew's governess
Estelle WinwoodLady Bracknell
A. G. AndrewsMerriman
Butler to Mr. Worthing
Ainsworth ArnoldReverend Canon Chasuble, D.D.
Rector of Woolton
Florence McGeeCecily Cardew
John Worthing's ward
Guy SpaullLane
Mr. Moncrieff's man-servant
Helen TrenholmeHonorable Gwendolyn Fairfax
Lady Bracknell's daughter
Derek WilliamsAlgernon Moncrieff