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  • (1940) Stage Play: Geneva. Comedy/satire. Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Maurice Colbourne. Henry Miller's Theatre: 30 Jan 1940- 10 Feb 1940 (15 performances). Cast: Ernest Borrow (as "Bombardone") [only Broadway role], Beckett Bould (as "Jew") [only Broadway role], Harvey Braban (as "Newcomer") [final Broadway role], Jack Brown (as "Journalist"), Maurice Colbourne (as "Battler"), Patrick Crean (as "Soldier"), Cyril Gardiner (as "Secretary of the League of Nations") [only Broadway role], Earl Grey [credited as Earle Grey] (as "Commissar Posky"), Lawrence Hanray (as "Sir Orpheus Midlander") [final Broadway role], Norah Howard (as "Begonia Brown") [Broadway debut], Barry Jones (as "The Judge"), T. Renaud (as "Lockwood Bishop"), Patrick Ludlow (as "The Betrothed"), Jessica Tandy (as "Deaconess"), John R. Turnbull (as "General Flanco De Fortinbras"), Susan Turner (as "Widow"), Gerald Vane (as "Usher") [only Broadway role]. Produced by Gilbert Miller. Produced in association with Maurice Colbourne and Barry Jones.
  • (1940) Active on Broadway in the following production:

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