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Dark of the Moon   

46th Street Theatre, (3/14/1945 - 12/15/1945)
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Opening Date: Mar 14, 1945    
Closing Date: Dec 15, 1945 Total Performances: 318

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in two acts
Setting: In and around Buck Creek.

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Written by Howard Richardson and William Berney; Incidental music by Walter Hendl
Staged by Robert E. Perry; Dances and Special Staging by Esther Junger
Scenic Design by George Jenkins; Costume Design by Peggy Clark; Lighting Design by George Jenkins
Company Manager: Gilman Haskell
Production Supervisor: John Huntington; Stage Manager: Ross Hertz; Assistant Stage Mgr: Robert Pryor and John Gerstad
General Press Representative: C. P. Greneker; Associate Press Representative: Walter Alford
Marjorie BelleThe Fair Witch
Kathryn CameronMrs. Summey
Millicent ColemanEdna Summey
Sherod CollinsMr. Allen
Marguerite De AngueraDancing Witch
Roy FantUncle Smelique
John GerstadHank Gudger
John GiffordMarvin Hudgens
Frances GoforthMiss Metcalf
Richard HartJohn
Jinx HeffelfingerDancing Witch
A. Winfield HoenyPreacher Haggler
Peggy Ann HolmesHattie Heffner
Dancing Witch
Conrad JanisFloyd Allen
Dorothy LambertGreeny Gorman
James LanphierMr. Atkins
Lil LiandreDancing Witch
Ross MatthewConjur Man
Gar MooreMr. Jenkins
Stanley NelsonMr. Summey
Robert PryorBurt Dinwitty
Georgia SimmonsConjur Woman
Carol StoneBarbara Allen
Allan TowerMr. Bergen
Maidel TurnerMrs. Allen
Iris WhitneyThe Dark Witch
Agnes Scott YostMrs. Bergen
Theatre World
winner 1945 Award [recipient] 
  Richard Hart