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Becky Sharp   

Fifth Avenue Theatre, (9/12/1899 - circa. 12/1899)
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Opening Date: Sep 12, 1899    
Closing Date: Dec 1899 Total Performances: 116

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in four acts
Setting: Miss Crawley's residence, Park Lane, London; Duchess of Richmond's Ball, Brussells; Becky's house in Curzon Street, London; Becky's lodgings in Pumpernickel


Production Staff
Produced by Mrs. Fiske
Written by Langdon Mitchell; Based on "Vanity Fair" by William Makepeace Thackeray
Staged by Mrs. Fiske and Fred Williams
Scenic Design by Frank E. Gates and E. A. Morange; Costume Design by Percy Anderson
Cast
Gloria Alonzo
Guest
H. F. Anderson
Guest
Maurice Barrymore
Rawdon Crawley
B. B. Belcher
The Duke Brunswick
George P Bonn
Major Blenkinsop
William L. (W.L.) Branscombe
Lord Bareacres
Bowles
William W. Brown
Guest
Agnes Bruce
Duchess of Buccleugh
Jean Chamblin
Marchioness of Steyne
Robert V. Ferguson
Sir Pitt Crawley
Mrs. Fiske
Becky Sharp
Neil Grey
General Tufto
Helen Henry
Guest
Olive Hoff
Lady Thistlewood
Ethelwyn Holt
Fifine
Cortland Hopkins
Guest
R. B. Keggerais
Guest
Frederick Kingstone
Guest
Francesca Lincoln
Lady Bareacres
Mary MacNamara
Guest
Mary Maddern
Briggs
Arthur Maitland
Raggles
Sydney Mather
Guest
Frank McCormack
Lord Southdown
R.F. McCoy
Guest
Otto Meyer
Lady Thistlewood
Landlord
Van Cutsum
Gertrude Norman
Guest
Wilfred North
William Dobbin
William F. Owen
Joseph Sedley
Walter Pleugh
Tommy Raikes
Charles Plunkett
Pitt Crawley
Tyrone Power, Sr.
The Marquis of Steyne
Albert Reed
Guest
Frank Reicher
Fritz
Lord Tarquin
Stanley Rignold
George Osborne
Josephine Roberts
Duchess of Richmond
Arthur W. Row
Guest
Dirce St. Cyr
Guest
Henry Stokes
Lieut. Ranlagh
Leonora Stonehill
Lady Jane Crawley
E. L. Walton
Major Loder
Ida Waterman
Miss Crawley
Paul Weigel
Max
Prince Peterwaradin
Alma Whitsell
Guest
Zenaidee Williams
Amelia Sedley