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Evensong   

Selwyn Theatre, (1/31/1933 - circa. 2/1933)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Jan 31, 1933    
Closing Date: Feb 1933 Total Performances: 15

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: Irela's Music Room, Charles Street, Mayfair, London; Artiste's Room at the Opera; Irela's apartment, Paris.


Production Staff
Produced by Arch Selwyn and Sir Barry Jackson
Written by Edward Knoblauch and Beverley Nichols; Adapted from a novel by Beverley Nichols
Staged by Paul Smythe
Cast
Walter Armin
Julius Rosenberg
Jacob Ben-Ami
Arthur Kober
Holland Bennett
John
Luis Bruno
Señor Luis Moreno
Brian Buchel
Capt. Hon. Percy Bragge
Reginald Carrington
Gen. Sir Ronald Hinchcliffe
Hugh F. S. Casson
Dr. Campbell
Marjorie Chard
Duchess of Rockstone
Doris Crandall
Guest
Willard Dashiell
Tom
Natalie Davis
Guest
Owen Davis, Jr.
Donald Gage
Claude Disney-Roebuck
Scott
John Dunn
Major Dennis Foss
Edith Evans
Irela
Jane Evans
1st Elderly Lady
Beatrix Fielden-Kaye
Tremlowe
Walter Fitzgerald
Mr. Stamper
Freda Gaye
Rose Belcher
Leyla Georgie
Baba Letoile
Alice Griswold
Guest
Leopoldo Gutierrez
Señor De Carranza
Joan Hamilton
Guest
Gladys Hanson
Princess Stephanie Rabnitz
Florence Heller
Guest
Natalie Hess
Guest
Jean Howard
Guest
Frederick Jordan
Attendant at Opera
Helen Judge
Guest
Virginia Ann Kaye
Guest
Frederick Leister
Archduke Theodore
Christine Lindsay
Lady Hope Martineau
Fothringham Lysons
Mr. Freddie Parks
Nellie Malcolm
2nd Elderly Lady
Mary Melhado
Guest
Mary Morrison
Guest
Florence Selwyn
Daphne Carruthers
Hilda Spong
Nurse Phillips
Margot Stevenson
Guest
Ripples Swan
Guest
Zolya Talma
Señora De Carranza
William J. Tannen
Sir Geoffrey Filmer
Dennis Val-Norton
Pablo Sovino
Harry Warwick
Guest
Jane Wyatt
Pauline Lacey
Valerie Ziegler
Laura Payne
   
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