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King Richard III   

Plymouth Theatre , (3/06/1920 - circa. 3/1920)
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Opening Date:Mar 06, 1920   
Closing Date:Mar 1920 Total Performances:27

Category: Play, History, Revival, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by Arthur Hopkins
Written by William Shakespeare
Staged by Arthur Hopkins
Scenic Design by Robert Edmond Jones; Costume Design by Robert Edmond Jones
John Barrymore Richard, Duke of Gloucester, afterwards Richard III
brother to the King
Denis Auburn Lord Grey
son to Queen Elizabeth by her first marriage to John Grey
E. J. Ballantine George, Duke of Clarence
brother to the King
Malcolm Barrett Sir James Blunt
Tracy Barrow First Murderer
Lois Bartlett Child of Clarence
Raymond Bloomer Richmond
Helen Chandler Child of Clarence
Cecil Clovelly Second Murderer
George DeWinter Lord Stanley
Earl of Derby
Reginald Denny King Edward the Fourth
Evelyn Walsh Hall Queen Elizabeth
Burford Hampden Edward, Prince of Wales, afterwards Edward V
son to the King
Mary Hughes Edward
Rosalind Ivan Queen Margaret
William J. Keighley Sir William Brackenbury
Lord Rivers
Isadore Marcil Lord Mayor of London
Leslie Palmer Henry Stafford
Duke of Buckingham
Walter Ringham Earl of Warwick
Helen Robbins Lady Anne
widow of Edward, son to King Henry VI; afterward married to Richard
Arthur Row King Henry VI
Montague Rutherford Cardinal Bourchier
Sir Richard Ratcliffe
Lewis Sealy Lord Hastings
Lord Chamberlain to Edward IV
John M. Troughton Sir James Tyrrel
Marshall Vincent Richard, Duke of York
younger son to the King
Stanley Warmington Sir William Catesby
Robert Whitehouse John Howard
Duke of Norfolk
Earl of Westmoreland
Mrs. Thomas A. Wise Duchess of York
mother to Edward IV, Gloucester and Clarence