King Lear. Tragedy (revival/played in repertory with King Richard III, Julius Caesar, Romeo and Juliet, Othello). Written by William Shakespeare
. 44th Street Theatre: 1 Feb 1915- 27 Feb 1915 (unknown performances). Cast: Robert B. Mantell
(as "King Lear of Britain"), Florence Auer
(as "Goneril, Lear's Daughter"), Genevieve ...
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His son, SF writer Fritz Leiber Jr, wrote a funny (albeit confessional) story entitled "237 Talking Statues, etc.", inspired by his difficult relationship with his father, in which Francis LeGrand II is confronted by the statues and paintings of the title, all self-portraits of his father in various roles, with which he discusses his relationship with his father.