Teatrografia – Parte Terza -1931-1942

1932

  • 12 January
    The Animal Kingdom by Philip Barry
    Leslie Howard (Producer); Gilbert Miller (Producer & Director)
    Broadhurst Theatre, New York
    Cast: Lora Baxter (Cecelia Henry); Ilka Chase (Grace Macomber); Frederick Forrester (Rufus Collier); Frances Fuller (Daisy Sage); William Gargan (Richard Regan); Leslie Howard (Tom Collier); Betty Lynne (Franc Schmidt); G. Albert Smith (Owen Arthur); Harvey Stephens (Joe Fisk)
    source: The New York Times, January 13, 1932

  •  31 March
    We Are No Longer Children by Leopold Marchand
    William A. Brady (Producer & Director); Leslie Howard (Director)
    Booth Theatre, New York
    Cast: Walter Bonn   (La Vattier); Diana Bori (Maid); Spring Byington (Lisa Duval); George Dill (A Man from the Provinces); Gertrude Fowler (Mariette); Geoffrey Kerr (Jean Servin); Freya Leigh (Cecile Breton); Edward Mendelssohn (Waiter); Frederick Roland (Aristide Breton); Harold Vermilyea (Paul Verdier); June Walker (Roberte); Wallace Widdecombe (Count de Moreau); H. N. Worth (Pierre)
    source: The New York Times, April 1, 1932

1933

  • 19 October
    This Side Idolatry by Talbot L. Jennings
    Gilbert Miller and Leslie Howard (producers)
    Lyric Theatre, London
    Cast: Leslie Howard (William Shakespeare); Margaret Rawlings (Mary Fitton); Edward Norfolk (Christopher Marlowe); Gyles Isham (Richard Burbage)
    source: The Times, October 20, 1933

    This Side Idolatry

    Leslie Howard and Margaret Rawlings in This Side Idolatry

1935

  • 7 January
    The Petrified Forest by Robert E. Sherwood
    Arthur Hopkins (Producer & Director); Leslie Howard (Producer); Gilbert Miller (Producer); Raymond Sovey (Scenic Designer)
    Broadhurst Theatre, New York
    Cast: John Alexander (Joseph); Humphrey Bogart (Duke Mantee); Milo Boulton (A Telegrapher); Charles Dow Clark (Gramp Maple); Peggy Conklin (Gabby Maple); Guy Conradi (Hendy); Aloysius Cunningham (Commander Klepp); James Doody (Another Telegrapher); Tom Fadden (Ruby); Ross Hertz (Jackie); Leslie Howard (Alan Squier); Robert Hudson (Mr. Chisholm); Eugene Keith (A Deputy); Esther Leeming (Paula); Frank Milan (Boze Hertzlinger); Robert Porterfield (Herb); Harry Sherwin (Another Deputy); Blanche Sweet (Mrs. Chisholm); Slim Thompson (Pyles); Frank Tweddell (Sheriff); Walter Vonnegut (Jason Maple)
    source: The New York Times, January 8, 1935
Leslie Howard in The Petrified Forest

Leslie Howard in The Petrified Forest

1936

  • 10 November
Leslie Howard in Hamlet, 1936

Leslie Howard as Hamlet

Hamlet by William Shakespeare
Leslie Howard (Producer & Director);  Stewart Chaney (Costume & Scenic Designer); Hugh Davis (Musical Director)
Imperial Theatre, New York
Cast: Gay Adams (Court Lady); Wesley Addy (Marcellus); Joan Adrian (Court Lady); John Barclay (Ghost; Fortinbras Prince of Norway); Daphne Bayne (Court Lady); Bourn Blood (Soldier); Richard Cameron (Courtier); Albert Carroll (Osric  (a Courtier)); Richard Clayton (Page); Clifford Evans (Laertes (son to Polonius)); Paul Foster (Courtier); Eugene Francis (Page); Paul Genge (Captain; Francisco); Denis Green (Rosencrantz); James Hayes (Courtier); Janet Hill (Court Lady); Joseph Holland (Horatio (friend to Hamlet)); Leslie Howard (Hamlet ); George Ingham (Soldier); Paul Jones (Soldier); Stanley Lathbury (First Gravedigger); Henry Leonard (Soldier); Eric Mansfield (A Chaplain); Aubrey Mather (Polonius (Lord Chamberlain)); Mary Meyer (Player Queen); Hugh Norton (Soldier); Winston O’Keefe (Guildenstern); Richard Ogden (Courtier); John Parrish (Bernardo (Officer)); Tileston Perry (Page); Madelyn Phillips (Player Prologue); Edward Potter (Gentleman; Courtier); Keith Randall (Soldier); Herbert Ranson (Player); Alexander Scourby (Player King); Mary Servoss (Gertrude ); Mary Shower (Court Lady); Toni Sorel (Court Lady); Hope Spingarn (Court Lady); Pamela Stanley (Ophelia ); Philip Sudana (Page); Daphne Sylva (Court Lady); Vernon Tanner (Courtier); George Volk (Soldier); Wilfrid Walter (Claudius King of Denmark); O.Z. Whitehead (Second Gravedigger); Arthur Zwerling (Courtier)
Source: The New York Times, November 11, 1936

Leslie Howard in Hamlet, 1936

1942

  • 25 September
    Cathedral Steps by Clemence Dane
    production of ENSA
    St. Paul’s Cathedral
    Leslie Howard as  Horatio Nelson
    source: The Times, September 26, 1942

    Nelsons Prayer

    Leslie Howard as Horatio Nelson

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