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Henry Miller's Theatre , (2/08/1947 - 2/15/1947)
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Opening Date:Feb 08, 1947   
Closing Date:Feb 15, 1947 Total Performances:11

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Setting: The living-room of Mary Surratt's boarding house. Washington, D.C., 1865. An improvised courtroom in the old penitentiary building.

Production Staff
Produced by Russell Lewis and Howard Young
Written by John Patrick
Directed by John Patrick
Scenic Design by Samuel Leve; Lighting Design by Girvan Higginson
Company Manager: Louis Lissner; General Manager: Emmett Callahan
Stage Manager: Glen Jordan; Assistant Stage Mgr: Earl Dawson; Technical Director: Girvan Higginson
Press Representative: Bert Stern; General Press Representative: Helen Hoerle; Production Assistant: Phil Friedman
Dorothy Gish Mary Surratt
Kent Smith Reverdy Johnson
Gordon Barnes Major Henry Rathbone
Zachary Berger George Atzerodt
Dallas Boyd Brigadier General Foster
Harlan Briggs Father Wiget
John Conway John Surratt
Clyde Cook Soldier
Thomas Daly Special Provost Marshal
Earl Dawson Guard
Graham Denton Captain William Smith
Michael Fox David Herold
Thomas Glynn Major General Kautz
Edward Harvey Major General Hunter
William Hitch Lt. Henry Von Steinacker
Larry Johns Sgt. Day
Samuel Arnold
Lee Malbourne Colonel Tompkins
Douglas McEachin Colonel Burnett
Frank McFarland Brigadier General Harris
Tom J. McGivern Dr. Samuel Mudd
James Monks John Wilkes Booth
Robert Morgan Brigadier General Howe
Hugh Mosher W.E. Doster
Robert Neff Major General Wallace
John Pimley General Jubal Bentley
Bill Reynolds Michael O'Laughlin
Michael Roane Soldier
Wallis Roberts Brigadier General Ekin
Lytton Robinson Edward Spangler
Elizabeth Ross Anna Surratt
Richard Sanders General Joshua Holden
Don Shelton Louis Payne
Arthur Stenning Colonel Clendenin
Bernard Thomas Louis Weichman