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Slightly Scandalous   

National Theatre, (6/13/1944 - 6/17/1944)
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Opening Date: Jun 13, 1944    
Closing Date: Jun 17, 1944 Total Performances: 7

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A comedy in three acts.
Setting: The drawing room of Frances Stuart's home, Westchester, N.Y.

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Leonard; Produced in association with Thomas McQuillan
Written by Frederick Jackson; Based on an idea by Roland Bottomley
Directed by Frederick Jackson
Scenic Design by Harry Dworkin; Costume Design by Adrian
General Manager: Phil Adler; Company Manager: Jack Small
Stage Manager: Ben Shaw
Press Representative: Nat Dorfman and Mary Ward
Janet BeecherFrances Stuart
William BerensWalter Stuart
Elizabeth BurtConnie
Frances CarsonMrs. Henry J. Crewe
Boyd DavisSir Michael Norman
Jean De BriacGeneral Georges Rigaud
Gene GaryJan Letzaretzsko
Anne HendersonMillicent Stuart
Barry MacollumArchie Campbell
Paul McVeyJames Willoughby
Michael MeehanEdward Morrow, Jr.
Nino Pipitone, Jr.David Stuart
Brooke ShaneDaphne Crewe
Ben ShawWareef of Farak
Dorothy VaughanJane