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Caesar and Cleopatra   

National Theatre, (12/21/1949 - 4/29/1950)
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Opening Date: Dec 21, 1949    
Closing Date: Apr 29, 1950 Total Performances: 151

Category: Play, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in five acts
Setting: Egypt. 48 B.C.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by Richard Aldrich and Richard Myers; Produced in association with Julius Fleischmann
Written by Bernard Shaw; Incidental music by Irma Jurist
Directed by Cedric Hardwicke
Scenic Design by Rolf Gerard; Costume Design by Rolf Gerard; Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal
Company Manager: Harold L. Wise
Production Supervisor: Theatre Production Service; Stage Manager: John Effrat; Assistant Stage Mgr: Morgan James and Clem Egolf
Woodwinds: Edgar Sarason; Harp: Myor Rosen; Percussion: Nathan Steele; French Horn: Kathleen Wilbur; Trumpet: Philip Fisher
Press Representative: William Fields, Walter Alford and Arthur Cantor; Production Assistant: Roy A. Somlyo
Cast
Cedric Hardwicke
Julius Caesar
Lilli Palmer
Cleopatra
Bertha Belmore
Ftatateeta
Chief Nurse to Cleopatra
John Buckmaster
Apollodorus
Ralph Forbes
Rufio
Nicholas Joy
Pothinus
Ivan Simpson
Theodotus
Arthur Treacher
Britannus
Ralph Browne
Soldier, Courtier, Porter
Ernest Butler
Soldier, Courtier, Porter
Julann Caffrey
Iris
Clifford Carpenter
Roman Sentinel
Clem Egolf
Soldier, Courtier, Porter
Andrew George
First Auxiliary Sentinel
Jules Getlin
Persian
Second Auxiliary Sentinel
Donny Harris
Ptolemy
Michael Harvey
Achillas
Harry Irvine
Harpmaster
Priest
Dolores Jackson
Lady-in-Waiting and Slave Girl
Morgan James
Soldier, Courtier, Porter
Elnora Jones
Lady-in-Waiting and Slave Girl
Robert Earl Jones
Nubian Slave
Porter
Royce Kane
Lady-in-Waiting and Slave Girl
Michael Lipton
Soldier, Courtier, Porter
Tanagra Markham
Lady-in-Waiting and Slave Girl
Fred Meek
Soldier, Courtier, Porter
Si Oakland
Lucius Septimus
Courtenaye Olden
Lady-in-Waiting and Slave Girl
Dorothy Partington
Lady-in-Waiting and Slave Girl
Jean Pearson
Lady-in-Waiting and Slave Girl
Arthur Popwell
Soldier, Courtier, Porter
Anthony Randall
Major Domo
Noel Robineau
Soldier, Courtier, Porter
Norman Roland
Belzanor
Boatman
Mary Scott
Charmian
Marjorie Spencer
Lady-in-Waiting and Slave Girl
Donald Symington
Soldier, Courtier, Porter
Ronald Telfer
Centurion
First Palace Official
John Ware
Second Palace Official
   
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