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Victoria Regina   

Broadhurst Theatre, (8/31/1936 - circa. 6/1937)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Aug 31, 1936    
Closing Date: Jun 1937 Total Performances: 314

Category: Play, Drama, History, Original, Broadway
Setting: England. 1837 - 1897.
This production is a return engagement of Victoria Regina (12/26/1935 - 6/1936)

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Affiliated Theatre Building Co., Inc.
Produced by Gilbert Miller
Written by Laurence Housman; Incidental music arranged by Walter Leigh
Staged by Gilbert Miller
Entire production designed by Rex Whistler
General Manager: Harry Fleischman; Company Manager: Harry Essex
General Stage Director: Lewis Allen; Stage Manager: Felix Jacoves; Assistant Stage Mgr: Tom Woods and Willis Duncan
Orchestra under the direction of Alexander Haas
Press Representative: Helen Deutsch
Helen Hayes
Mary Austin
A Maidservant
Alan Bandler
Royal Footman
James Bedford
Mr. Oakley
E. Bellenden-Clarke
Lord Conyngham
Felix Brown
An Imperial Highness
Buddy Buehler
Willis Duncan
Babette Feist
Duchess of Kent
Mary Forbes
First Princess
Charles Francis
Lord Melbourne
Albert Froome
Mr. Richards
Albert's Valet
Arthur Gould-Porter
First Queen's Gentleman
Cherry Hardy
Duchess of Sutherland
Mary Heberden
Lady Muriel
Alfred Helton
A Footman
Edward Jones
Third Queen's Gentleman
Eva Leonard-Boyne
Second Princess
A. C. Fothringham Lysons
Second Queen's Gentleman
George Macready
Prince Ernest
Renee Macredy
Lady Grace
Oswald Marshall
Mr. Anson
Albert's Secretary
Edward Martin
A Court Usher
Herschel Martin
Sir Arthur Bigge
Gilbert McKay
His Royal Highness
Guy Moneypenny
Elizabeth Munn
Third Princess
Mary Newham-Davis
Harry Plimmer
Archbishop of Canterbury
Shirley Poirier
Vincent Price
Prince Albert
Abraham Sofaer
Benjamin Disraeli
Earl of Beaconsfield
Jean Stephenson
Helen Trenholme
Lady Jane
Robert Von Rigel
A Footman
James Woodburn
John Brown
Tom Woods
General Grey
The Queen's Secretary