Performed at the Capitol Theatre, April 23, 1940. Business Manager: Stanley Jennings; Publicity: France Lawrence, Richard Clodius, Nancy Libby, Lois Armstrong, Peggy Woodward, Patty Ann Schwab, Beryl Puckett, Betty Davis; Costumes: Norma Steele, Faith Peringer, Mary Linda Hronek, Virginia Hill, Louise Mohn, Jane Staats; Ticket Sales: Elizabeth DuBois; Off Stage Noises: Chester Henderson, Betty Waldron; Make-up: Norman Kelly, Bill Burd, Jack Hood, Beryl Puckett Cast: John W. Ackley (Stage Manager); Richard Clodius (Dr. Gibbs); Ed Adams (Joe Crowell); Dick Peterson (Howie Newsome); Evelyn Botting (Mrs. Gibbs); Dorothy Jane Burger (Mrs. Webb); Rodney Alexander (George Gibbs); Lois Armstrong (Rebecca Gibbs); Robert Stevens (Wally Webb); Delores Brown (Emily Webb); Bill Baber (Professor Willard); Tod Burnam (Mr. Webb); Betty Davis (Woman in the Balcony); Dick Turner (Man in the Auditorium); Eleanore Berney (Woman in the Auditorium); Stanley Jennings (Simon Stimson); Betty Jean Dykstra (Mrs. Soames); Dean Bauer (Constable Warren); Jack Ballard (Si Crowell); Gene Chaney (Sam Craig); Bill Byrd (Joe Stoddard); Clyda Calhoun (First Dead Woman); Marybelle Preston (Second Dead Woman); France Lawrence (Mr. Carter); Miles Ullman, Dick Davenport, John Barber (Asst. Stage Managers and Baseball Players); Choir: Bobbie Barnes, Betty Davis, Elizabeth DuBois, Betty Jean Dykstra, Patty Ann Schwab, Peggy Woodward, Ed Adams, Dean Bauer, Bill Byrd, Chester Henderson, Jack Hood; Pianist: Ruth Pearce; People of the Town: Helen Hoksa, Mary Linda Hronek, Nancy Libby, Marjorie Mortrude, Ruth McKinney, Sydney Parker, Shirley Scribner, Norma Steele, Betty Waldron, John Barber
Thornton Wilder with John W. Ackley
Mrs. W. R. Davis
Miles Ullman, Dic Davenport, John Barber
Betty Waldron, Bobbie Barnes
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