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Garrick Theatre, (4/20/1921 - 5/21/1921)
Fulton Theatre, (5/23/1921 - 1/07/1922)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Apr 20, 1921    
Closing Date: Jan 07, 1922 Total Performances: 300

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Description: "Liliom" is the Hungarian for "Lily" and the slang term for "a tough."
Setting: An amusement park on the outskirts of Budapest. A lonely place in the park. Tin-type shop of the Hollunders. Railroad embankment. A courtroom in the beyond. Before Julie's door.

Production Staff
Produced by The Theatre Guild
Written by Ferenc Molnár; Music arranged by Deems Taylor
Directed by Frank Reicher
Scenic Design by Lee Simonson; Costume Design by Lee Simonson
Technical Director: Sheldon K. Viele; Stage Manager: Walter Geer; Assistant Stage Mgr: Jacob Weiser
Hortense Alden
Lela May Aultman
Peasant, Townsperson, etc.
Robert Babcock
The Doctor
Willard Bowman
Walton Butterfield
The Old Guard
Evelyn Chard
Lawrence Chrow
Howard Claney
John Crump
Peasant, Townsperson, etc.
Anne de Chantal
Servant Girl
Frances Diamond
Servant Girl
Dudley Digges
The Sparrow
Katherine Fahnestock
Peasant, Townsperson, etc.
William Franklin
Young Hollunder
George Frenger
Second Mounted Policeman
The Carpenter
Ruth L. Gumming
Peasant, Townsperson, etc.
Lilian Kingsbury
Mother Hollunder
Eva Le Gallienne
Margaret Mosier
Servant Girl
Elizabeth Parker
Servant Girl
Albert Perry
The Magistrate
Erskine Sanford
First Policeman of the Beyond
Joseph Schildkraut
Janet Scott
Peasant, Townsperson, etc.
Maurice Sommers
Peasant, Townsperson, etc.
Edgar Stehli
First Mounted Policeman
The Richly Dressed Man
Gerald Stopp
Plainclothes Man
Second Policeman of the Beyond
Henry Travers
Wolf Berkowitz
Lillian Tuchman
Peasant, Townsperson, etc.
Jacob Weiser
Peasant, Townsperson, etc.
Helen Westley
Mrs. Muskat
Marion M. Winsten
Peasant, Townsperson, etc.
Philip Wood
The Poorly Dressed Man