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The Warrior's Husband   

Morosco Theatre, (3/11/1932 - 5/1932)
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Opening Date: Mar 11, 1932    
Closing Date: May 1932 Total Performances: 83

Category: Play, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: Pontus, Capital of the Land of the Amazons.


Production Staff
Theatre Leased by Shubert Theatre Corporation (Lee and J. J. Shubert, Directors)
Produced by Harry Moses
Written by Julian F. Thompson; Incidental music by Richard Malaby
Directed by Burk Symon
Scenic Design by Woodman Thompson; Costume Design by Woodman Thompson; Lighting effects by Louis Hartman
Company Manager: Richard Berger
Production Manager: Brewster Morgan; Stage Manager: Phyllis Loughton; Assistant Stage Mgr: Thaddeus Clancy
Music Contractor: Allen Robbins
Combats staged by Randolph Leyman; Press Representative: Milton Raison
Cast
Eve Bailey
Amazon Sentry/Guard
Paula Bauersmith
First Sergeant
Don Beddoe
Homer
Bertha Belmore
Caustica
Arthur Bowyer
Sapeins Major
Arthur Brady
Greek Warrior
Romney Brent
Sapiens
Thaddeus Clancy
Greek Warrior
Rose Dresser
Amazon Sentry/Guard
Barbara Dugan
Amazon Huntress
Theodosia Dusanne
Amazon Huntress
Harriet Eells
Buria
Jerry Feagin
Greek Warrior
Helene Fontaine
Captain of Archers
Agnes George
Amazon Sentry/Guard
Dorothy Fowler Gillam
Amazon Sentry/Guard
Eleanor Goodrich
Amazon Sentry/Guard
Porter Hall
Gaganius, The Herald
Nancy Hamilton
Runner
Katharine Hepburn
Antiope
Edna Holland
Second Sergeant
Colin Keith-Johnston
Theseus
Walter Leven
Greek Warrior
Randolph Leyman
Ajax
Irby Marshall
Hippolyta
Frances Newbaker
First Sentry
Al Ochs
Hercules
Avalon Plummer
Second Sentry
Rita Rheinfrank
Third Sentry
Nina Romano
Amazon Sentry/Guard
Miriam Schiller
Amazon Huntress
Theodore St. John
Achilles
Mary Stuart
Amazon Huntress
Dorothy Walters
Heroica
Clara Waring
Amazon Sentry/Guard
Jane Wheatley
Pomposia
   
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