Bobby Trowbridge (as Garreth Hughes)
Change. Written by J.O. Francis [earliest Broadway credit]. Booth Theatre: 27 Jan 1914- Feb 1914 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast: Ernest Cove, Eleanor Daniels, R.A. Hopkins, William Hopkins, John Howell, Gareth Hughes
[Broadway debut], Edmond Kennedy, Lilian Mason, Doris Owen, Tom Owen, Harold West
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5' 7" (1.7 m)
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I don't care for the 'new' in art - a stage set with a table, a chair, a bit of drapery - I don't think that pomp, pageantry and grandeur detract from the spoken work. The actor needs the atmosphere of beauty and artistry. Just now, we hear much of the new in art. 'Art is beauty' - and beauty is always new. Real art, real beauty, is ageless, deathless. It is something that is handed down from one...
According to the Standard Casting Directory for May, 1931, Hughes spoke French and Welsh as well as English.