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If Booth Had Missed   

Maxine Elliott's Theatre, (2/04/1932 - circa. 2/1932)
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Opening Date: Feb 04, 1932    
Closing Date: Feb 1932 Total Performances: 21

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: The White House, Ford Theatre, and the Senate Chamber

Production Staff
Produced by Walter Hartwig; Produced in association with William A. Brady
Written by Arthur Goodman
Directed by Milton Smith
Richard Barrows
John Nicholas
Aubrey Beattie
General Ulysses S. Grant
Thurlow Bergen
William H. Seward
Doan Borup
Henry W. Davis
Samuel Bunyan
Call Boy
John Burke
Francis Hilton
Orrin Burke
Chief Justice Chase
Charles Crumpton
A Lieutenant
Lionel Dante
A Soldier
John C. Davis
Senator Bayard
Lawrence DeGaun
A Messenger
Paul Dorn
Second Orderly
Fred Eric
John Wilkes Booth
A. C. Henderson
Gideon Wells
Frank Kettrick
Hugh McCulloch
Howard Kyle
Henry Stanberry
George C. Mantell
First Orderly
John Maroney
Major Reed
Morris McKenney
William McRobie
Senator Wickers
Earl Mitchell
Benjamin Butler
Thomas Murphy
W. M. Evarts
John Nicholson
Thaddeus Stevens
Robert Ober
Tad Lincoln
Anthony Pawley
Captain Smiley
Ernest Pollock
Andrew Johnson
Daniel Poole
Abraham Lincoln
Catherine Proctor
Mrs. Lincoln
Hayden Rorke
Major Rathbone
George Sinclair
Senator Grimes
Robert Toms
John Hay
Royal Dana Tracey
Edwin M. Stanton
Charlotte Walker
Mrs. Jefferson Davis
George W. Williams
William Dennison
H. A. Wilson
Benjamin F. Wade