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  • Event: ROMANCE
  • Person:

    author : Sheldon, Edward, Mr., c.1886-1946 ( sometimes credited as E.B. Sheldon or Edward Brewster Sheldon)

    actor : Nares, Owen, Mr., 1888-1943 (actor and producer)

    actor : Hobb, Jack, Mr.

    actor : Harvey, Muriel, Miss

    actor : Anson, A. E., Mr., 1879-1936 (British born screen and stage actor)

    actor : Rundell, Dorothy, Miss

    actor : Thomas, Agnes, Miss

    actor : Wixon, Grace, Miss, fl.1910s

    actor : Hill, Annie, Miss

    actor : Bellew, Dorothy, Miss, 1891-

    actor : Rho, Stella, Miss, fl.1930s

    actor : Dudley, Margaret, Miss

    actor : Vezin, Arthur, Mr., fl.1910s-1920s

    actor : Daly, J. J., Mr.

    actor : Lawrence, Matthew, Mr.

    actor : Derington, Cyril, Mr.

    actor : Underhill, Edwin, Mr.

    actor : Archibald, Gilda Varesi, Miss (writer and actress sometimes credited as Gilda Varesi or Vilda Varesi)

    actor : De Robin, Arthur, Mr.

    actor : Mertens, Georges, M., fl.1914

    actor : Clifton, Henry, Mr.

    actor : Lord, George, Mr.

    actor : Emney, Fred, Mr., 1900-1980

    actor : Beane, Frederick, Mr.

    actor : Wood, F. Motley, Mr., fl.1910s

    actor : Keane, Doris, Miss, 1881-1945

  • Date: 6.10.1915
  • Brief description: Play Pictorial, v.27, 1915, No.162
  • Identifier: UKC-PER-PLY-271915b
  • Theatre: Duke of York's Theatre, St Martin's Lane & Westminster & London & England

Further Details

  • Accession Number: UKC-PER-PLY-271915b
  • Event: ROMANCE
  • Content note: "A Play In A Prologue, Three Acts And An Epilogue...."
  • Associated people:

    author : Sheldon, Edward, Mr., c.1886-1946 ( sometimes credited as E.B. Sheldon or Edward Brewster Sheldon)

    actor : Nares, Owen, Mr., 1888-1943 (actor and producer)

    actor : Hobb, Jack, Mr.

    actor : Harvey, Muriel, Miss

    actor : Anson, A. E., Mr., 1879-1936 (British born screen and stage actor)

    actor : Rundell, Dorothy, Miss

    actor : Thomas, Agnes, Miss

    actor : Wixon, Grace, Miss, fl.1910s

    actor : Hill, Annie, Miss

    actor : Bellew, Dorothy, Miss, 1891-

    actor : Rho, Stella, Miss, fl.1930s

    actor : Dudley, Margaret, Miss

    actor : Vezin, Arthur, Mr., fl.1910s-1920s

    actor : Daly, J. J., Mr.

    actor : Lawrence, Matthew, Mr.

    actor : Derington, Cyril, Mr.

    actor : Underhill, Edwin, Mr.

    actor : Archibald, Gilda Varesi, Miss (writer and actress sometimes credited as Gilda Varesi or Vilda Varesi)

    actor : De Robin, Arthur, Mr.

    actor : Mertens, Georges, M., fl.1914

    actor : Clifton, Henry, Mr.

    actor : Lord, George, Mr.

    actor : Emney, Fred, Mr., 1900-1980

    actor : Beane, Frederick, Mr.

    actor : Wood, F. Motley, Mr., fl.1910s

    actor : Keane, Doris, Miss, 1881-1945

  • Description level: 4
  • Material type: play review
  • Identity code: UKC/PER/PLY/271915b
  • Location: Special Collections' Store
  • Part: Reading Rayner Collection
  • Date: 6.10.1915
  • Recordcreation note:

    The licensee is "W. Lestocq, 53 Barrowgate Road, Chiswick, W."

    The cast list is accompanied by a description of the plot and photographs of the actors in character and in scenes from the play. In particular Miss Doris Keane as Mme. Margherita Cavallini, Mr. Jack Hobbs as Harry, Mr. Owen Nares as Bishop Armstrong, Miss Muriel Harvey as Suzette, Mr. A.E. Anson as Cornelius Van Tuyl, Miss Stella Rho as Mrs Gray, Miss Dorothy Rundell as Susan, Miss Annie Hill as Mrs Frothingham, Miss Agnes Thomas as Miss Armstrong and Miss Gilda Varesi as Signora Vannucci.

  • Person:

    manager : Wyatt, Frank Gunning , Mr., c.1851-1926

    proprietor : Wyatt, Frank, Mrs

    manager (for Doris Keane) : Nethersole, Louis, Mr.

    stage manager (for Doris Keane) : Beane, Frederick, Mr.

    musical director : Jacobi, Maurice, Mr.

    producer : Anson, A. E., Mr., 1879-1936 (British born screen and stage actor)

  • Theatre: Duke of York's Theatre, St Martin's Lane & Westminster & London & England
  • Repository: Special Collections, University of Kent at Canterbury

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