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The Man Who Came to Dinner   

Music Box Theatre , (10/16/1939 - 7/12/1941)
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Opening Date:Oct 16, 1939   
Closing Date:Jul 12, 1941 Total Performances:739

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: The home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, in a small town in Ohio.

Production Staff
Produced by Sam H. Harris
Written by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman; Featuring a song by Cole Porter
Staged by George S. Kaufman
Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager; Technical Assistant to Mr. Oenslager: Isaac Benesch
General Manager: Morris Jacobs; Company Manager: William G. Norton
Stage Manager: William McFadden; Assistant Stage Mgr: Harold Woolf
Press Representative: John Peter Toohey and Ben Kornzweig; Casting: Myra Hampton Streger; Advertising: Lawrence Weiner
Monty Woolley Sheridan Whiteside
Barbara Adams Mrs. Dexter
Edith Atwater Maggie Cutler
David Burns Banjo
Dudley Clements Dr. Bradley
Edward Fisher Westcott
Carol Goodner Lorraine Sheldon
Virginia Hammond Mrs. Ernest W. Stanley
Michael Harvey Sandy
John Hoysradt Beverly Carlton
Carl Johnson Mr. Baker
Radio Technician
Curtis Karpe Deputy
Daniel Landon Choir Boy
Donald Landon Choir Boy
Daniel Leone Choir Boy
George Lessey Mr. Stanley
Gordon Merrick Richard Stanley
Mrs. Priestly Morrison Sarah
Theodore Newton Bert Jefferson
Edmonia Nolley Mrs. McCutcheon
Le Roi Operti Professor Metz
William Postance Plainclothesman
Luncheon Guest
George Probert John
DeWitt Purdue Choir Boy
Robert Rea Choir Boy
Phil Sheridan Deputy
Luncheon Guest
Rodney Stewart Radio Technician
Ruth Vivian Harriet Stanley
Charles Washington Luncheon Guest
Jack Whitman Choir Boy
Mary Wickes Miss Preen
Barbara Wooddell June Stanley
Harold Woolf Expressman