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Abraham Lincoln   

 
Cort Theatre, (12/15/1919 - circa. 5/1920)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Dec 15, 1919    
Closing Date: May 1920 Total Performances: 193

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in six scenes
Setting: Lincoln's home in Springfield in 1860, The White House in Washington, D. C., General Grant's headquarters near Appomattox, and a small lounge back of the boxes in Ford's Theatre



Production Staff
Produced by William H. Harris, Jr.
Written by John Drinkwater
Staged by Lester Lonergan
Scenic Design by Livingston Platt; Costume Design by Livingston Platt
Cast
John BablerSecond Clerk
Charles P. BatesDennis
An Orderly
Penwood BatkinsMacIntosh
A Delegate
Ernest BostwickMontgomery Blair
Charles BrillDoctor
Paul ByronHay
Conrad CantzenHawkins
First Clerk
Duncan CherryPrice
A Delegate
Herbert CurtisSimon Cameron
Forrest DavisTucker
Chairman of Delegation
James DurkinGeneral Lee
Jennie EustaceMrs. Otherly
Charles FlemingWhite
Of the Southern Commission
Charles S. GilpinWilliam Custis
Frank GinterGeneral Meade
Miss GreyGuest at Theatre
Raymond HackettWilliam Scott
Winifred HanleyMrs. Lincoln
George HowardGuest at Theatre
Thomas IrwinStone
A Farmer
Frank E. JamisonSalmon Chase
J. Philip JeromeMessenger
Florence JohnsSusan
A Maid in Lincoln's Home
J. Paul JonesJohn Wilkes Booth
Thomas J. KeoghCuffney
A Store Keeper
David LandauStanton
Miss LangtonGuest at Theatre
Charles LindellGuest at Theatre
Frank McGlynnMr. Lincoln
Alfred MooreGideon Welles
Mary Horne MorrisonMrs. Goliath Blow
Leonard MudieA Chronicler
William A. NortonBurnet Hook
John S. O'BrienSeward
Albert PhillipsGeneral Grant
Edward PorterGuest at Theatre
Miss PovahGuest at Theatre
William R. RandallJennings
Of the Southern Commission
Joseph ReedCaleb Smith
Miss RobinsonGuest at Theatre
Dolph RyanSoldier
Miss SeymourGuest at Theatre
Thomas VaidenHind
A Delegate
George WilliamsAide to General Grant