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Ben Teal (1857–1917)

Born in Eugene, Oregon and raised in San Francisco, Teal was a noted Broadway playwright and director. In the latter role, he was widely considered a tyrant, but enjoyed a long career on Broadway. After a serving an apprenticeship under the guidance of David Belasco, he wrote "The Great Metropolis" with George H. Jessop, that would become the first... See full bio »

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(age 60)

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Stage Play: The Little Father of the Wilderness/The Mountain Climber. Drama. Written by Austin Strong and Lloyd Osbourne. Criterion Theatre: 23 Apr 1906- May 1906 (closing date unknown/24 performances). The Little Father of the Wilderness: Written by Austin Strong and Lloyd Osbourne. Cast: Harrison Armstrong (as "Captain Chevillon"), Edith... See more »
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Stage director; active on Broadway from 1896-1916. Teal was a favored in-house director for the Theatrical Syndicate (one of the principals was theatrical giant Charles Frohman), that was finally broken after Frohman's death by the Shuberts. Teal possessed a volatile personality and was far less liked by his casts and crews.

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