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SHAKESPEARE MEMORIAL THEATRE
Stratford-upon-Avon

1920-39 1940-49 1950-54 1955-60


The old Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, built in 1879.

1920 STRATFORD BIRTHDAY FESTIVAL (Apr 19 - May 8)
Director: W Bridges-Adams; with Murray Carrington, Phyllis Relph, Charles G Carson, Edmund Willard, Mark Stanley, Gwen Richardson, Henzie Raeburn, Ethel Warwick, George Cooke, Stanley Lathbury, Harvey Adams

1920: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (Shakespeare Memorial Theatre)
Murray Carrington, Phyllis Relph, Charles G Carson, Edmund Willard, Mark Stanley, Gwen Richardson, Henzie Raeburn; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1920: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (Shakespeare Memorial Theatre)
Edmund Willard, Ethel Warwick, George Cooke, Phyllis Relph; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1920: HAMLET (Shakespeare Memorial Theatre)
Murray Carrington, Edmund Willard, Phyllis Relph, Ethel Warwick, Stanley Lathbury, Harvey Adams, Charles G Carson, George Cooke; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1920 STRATFORD SUMMER FESTIVAL (Jul 19 - Aug 28)
Director: W Bridges-Adams; with Murray Carrington, Ethel Warwick, Phyllis Relph, Harvey Adams, Mark Stanley, Edmund Willard, Stanley Lathbury, George Cooke, Charles G Carson, Gwen Richardson

1920: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Shakespeare Memorial Theatre)
Murray Carrington, Ethel Warwick, Phyllis Relph, Harvey Adams, Mark Stanley, Edmund Willard, Stanley Lathbury; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1920: TWELFTH NIGHT (Shakespeare Memorial Theatre)
Phyllis Relph, Edmund Willard, Ethel Warwick, Murray Carrington, George Cooke, Stanley Lathbury, Charles G Carson, Gwen Richardson; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1921 STRATFORD BIRTHDAY FESTIVAL (Apr 23 - May 21)
Director: W Bridges-Adams; with Baliol Holloway, Percy Rhodes, Dorothy Green, Arthur Keane, Edmund Willard, George Zucco, Gwen Richardson, Margaret Scudamore, Mabel Todd, Maurice Colbourne, Vivienne Bennett, Rosa Burgess, Natalie Moya

1921: THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (Shakespeare Memorial Theatre)
Baliol Holloway, Dorothy Green, Edmund Willard, Margaret Scudamore, Maurice Colbourne, Gwen Richardson, George Zucco, Vivienne Bennett, Rosa Burgess; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1921: MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Shakespeare Memorial Theatre)
Baliol Holloway, Edmund Willard, Arthur Keane, Natalie Moya, Vivienne Bennett, Maurice Colbourne, George Zucco, Gwen Richardson, Dorothy Green, Margaret Scudamore; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1921: MACBETH (Shakespeare Memorial Theatre)
Edmund Willard, Dorothy Green, Baliol Holloway, Percy Rhodes, Maurice Colbourne, George Zucco, Arthur Keane, Margaret Scudamore, Mabel Todd; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1921: THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL (Shakespeare Memorial Theatre)
Edmund Willard, Gwen Richardson, George Zucco, Baliol Holloway, Margaret Scudamore, Rosa Burgess; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1923 STRATFORD SUMMER FESTIVAL (Jul 21 - Sep 1)
Director: W Bridges-Adams
No programmes available


On 6th March 1926, the old Memorial Theatre was destroyed by fire.

Until 1932, performances
took place at the Stratford-
upon-Avon Picture House,
a converted cinema.

1927 STRATFORD SUMMER FESTIVAL (Jul 11 - Sep 10)
Director: W Bridges-Adams
No programmes available

1929 STRATFORD SUMMER FESTIVAL (Jul 1 - Sep 7)
Director: W Bridges-Adams; with Wilfrid Walter, Dorothy Massingham, George Hayes, Joyce Bland, Kenneth Wicksteed, Roy Byford, Mary Holder

1929: HAMLET (Stratford Picture House)
George Hayes, Wilfrid Walter; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1929: MACBETH (Stratford Picture House)
Wilfrid Walter, Dorothy Massingham; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1929: MERCHANT OF VENICE (Stratford Picture House)
George Hayes, Dorothy Massingham; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1929: TAMING OF THE SHREW (Stratford Picture House)
Wilfrid Walter, Dorothy Massingham; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1929: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Stratford Picture House)
Wilfrid Walter, Dorothy Massingham; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1929: ROMEO AND JULIET (Stratford Picture House)
George Hayes, Joyce Bland, Wilfrid Walter, Dorothy Massingham; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1929: SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL (Stratford Picture House)
Kenneth Wicksteed, Mary Holder, Roy Byford, Wilfrid Walter, Dorothy Massingham; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1929: TWELFTH NIGHT (Stratford Picture House)
Dorothy Massingham, Wilfrid Walter; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1929: RICHARD II (Stratford Picture House)
George Hayes, Wilfrid Walter, Kenneth Wicksteed; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1930 STRATFORD BIRTHDAY FESTIVAL (Apr 21 - May 24)
Director: W Bridges-Adams; with Wilfrid Walter, George Hayes, Fabia Drake, Noel Iliff, Mary Holder, Roy Byford, Joyce Bland

1930: THE TEMPEST (Stratford Picture House)
Wilfrid Walter, George Hayes, Joyce Bland; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1930: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Stratford Picture House)
Wilfrid Walter, Fabia Drake; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1930: MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Stratford Picture House)
Noel Iliff, Mary Holder, Roy Byford, Fabia Drake; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1930: ROMEO AND JULIET (Stratford Picture House)
George Hayes, Joyce Bland, Wilfrid Walter; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1930: OTHELLO (Stratford Picture House)
Wilfrid Walter, George Hayes, Joyce Bland; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1930 STRATFORD SUMMER FESTIVAL (Jul 7 - Sep 13)
Director: W Bridges-Adams; with Fabia Drake, Joyce Bland, Wilfrid Walter, George Hayes, Roy Byford, Eric Maxon, Kenneth Wicksteed

1930: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford Picture House)
Detailed Performance Schedule for the ten weeks of the 1930 Shakespeare Summer Festival; twelve plays were in the repertoire; also includes Prices of Admission, Booking Information, details of Vouchers for Cheap Railway Tickets, Travel Information, Company List

1930: TWELFTH NIGHT (Stratford Picture House)
Fabia Drake, Wilfrid Walter; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1930: MACBETH (Stratford Picture House)
Wilfrid Walter, Fabia Drake, George Hayes; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1930: RICHARD II (Stratford Picture House)
George Hayes, Wilfrid Walter; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1930: MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (Stratford Picture House)
Roy Byford, Wilfrid Walter, Fabia Drake; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1930: JULIUS CAESAR (Stratford Picture House)
Wilfrid Walter, George Hayes, Eric Maxon; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1931 STRATFORD BIRTHDAY FESTIVAL (Apr 13 - May 16)
Director: W Bridges-Adams; with Randle Ayrton, Dorothy Massingham, Eric Maxon, Roy Byford, Gyles Isham

1931: HENRY IV Part I (Stratford Picture House)
Randle Ayrton, Eric Maxon, Roy Byford, Gyles Isham; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1932 STRATFORD BIRTHDAY FESTIVAL (Apr 23 - May 28)
Director: W Bridges-Adams; with Wilfrid Walter, Randle Ayrton, Roy Byford, Gyles Isham, Dorothy Massingham, Fabia Drake



The new Shakespeare Memorial Theatre (SMT) opened on 23 April, 1932.

Auditorium of the new Shakespeare Memorial Theatre Photographic Print
Genuine 1932 Keystone-Underwood photograph [10"x8"; VG] £4

1932: HENRY IV Part 1 (SMT)
Randle Ayrton, Gyles Isham, Roy Byford, Wilfrid Walter, Fabia Drake; dir:W Bridges-Adams

1932: MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (SMT)
Gyles Isham, Roy Byford, Wilfrid Walter, Dorothy Massingham, Fabia Drake; dir:W Bridges-Adams, des:Norman Wilkinson

1932 STRATFORD SUMMER FESTIVAL (Jun 27 - Sep 10)
Director: W Bridges-Adams; with Wilfrid Walter, Randle Ayrton, Roy Byford, Gyles Isham, Dorothy Massingham, Fabia Drake

1932: MERCHANT OF VENICE (SMT)
Randle Ayrton, Fabia Drake, Wilfrid Walter; dir:Komisarjevsky (first time at Stratford)

1932: TWELFTH NIGHT (SMT)
Fabia Drake, Randle Ayrton; dir:W Bridges-Adams, des:George Sheringham

1933 STRATFORD FESTIVAL (Apr 17 - Sep 9)
Director: W Bridges-Adams; with George Hayes, Anew McMaster, John Wyse, Rachel Kempson, Fabia Drake, Madge Compton, Laidman Browne, Alice O'Day

1933: CORIOLANUS (SMT)
Anew McMaster, Laidman Browne, Alice O'Day, Rachel Kempson (as Virgilia); dir:W Bridges-Adams

1933: RICHARD II (SMT)
George Hayes, Anew McMaster, Rachel Kempson (as Attendant); dir:Tyrone Guthrie

1933: MACBETH (SMT)
George Hayes, Fabia Drake, Rachel Kempson (as Witch), Stephen Murray (as Seyton); dir:Komisarjevsky- the "aluminium Macbeth"

1933: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (SMT)
George Hayes, Fabia Drake, Rachel Kempson (as Hero), Stephen Murray (as Sexton); dir:W Bridges-Adams

1933: ROMEO AND JULIET (SMT)
John Wyse, Rachel Kempson (as Juliet), George Hayes, Stephen Murray (as Balthasar); dir:W Bridges-Adams, des:Norman Wilkinson

1933: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (SMT)
George Hayes, Fabia Drake, Stephen Murray (as Stephano); dir:Komisarjevsky

1934 STRATFORD FESTIVAL (Apr 16 - Sep 15)
Director: W Bridges-Adams; with Baliol Holloway, Neil Porter, John Wyse, Dorothy Black, Rachel Kempson

1934: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (SMT)
Eric Maxon, Neil Porter, John Wyse, Baliol Holloway (as Benedick), Stanley Howlett (as Leonato), Gerald Kay Souper, Pat Peirson, Reginald Jarman, Stephen Brocas, Cecil Winter, Roy Byford (as Dogberry), Dennis Roberts, Norman Wooland, John Denis, C Rivers Gadsby, Dorothy Black (as Beatrice), Rachel Kempson (as Hero), Peggy Morton, Gywnne Whitby; dir:W Bridges-Adams [4pp, 7.5x10; cast list, production credits, refreshments, prices of admission, theatre credits etc.; light horizontal bend, else VG] £3

1935 STRATFORD FESTIVAL (Apr - Sep)
Director: Ben Iden Payne; with Randle Ayrton, Catherine Lacey, Roy Emerton, Roy Byford, Jean Shepeard

1935 (19 Jun): THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (SMT)
Gerald Kay Souper, Philip Morant, Eric Maxon, Neil Porter (as Antonio), Raymond Raikes, Ernest Hare, Henry Burke, Warwick Evans, Stanley Howlett, Norman Wooland (as Lorenzo), Randle Ayrton (as Shylock), Hilary Wontner, Dennis Roberts, Kenneth Wicksteed, C Rivers Gadsby, Alan Chadwick, Catherine Lacey (as Portia), Gwynne Whitby, Jean Shepeard (as Jessica), Rosalind Iden (as Curtain-Boy), Carmen Matthews; dir:Ben Iden Payne, choreographer:Rosalind Iden [4pp, 7.5x10; cast list, synopsis, production credits, refreshments, prices of admission, theatre credits etc.; ticket (June 19) tipped in; light folds, else VG] £4

1936 STRATFORD FESTIVAL (Apr 13 - Sep 26)
Director: Ben Iden Payne; with Randle Ayrton, Donald Wolfit, Pamela Brown, Barbara Couper, James Dale, Peter Glenville, Donald Eccles, Trevor Howard, Rosalind Iden

1936: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (SMT)
Eric Maxon, Peter Glenville (as Hector), Donald Eccles (as Troilus), Trevor Howard (as Paris), Leigh Crutchley, John Rudling, Dennis Roberts (as Aeneas), David Russell, Roy Byford, Randle Ayrton (as Pandarus), Gerald Kay Souper (as Agamemnon), Stanley Howlett, Norman Wooland (as Achilles), Alexander Gauge, Donald Wolfit (as Ulysses), Geoffrey Wilkinson, Raymond Raikes, Basil Langton (as Patroclus), James Dale (as Thersites), Donald Layne-Smith, Valerie Hall, Rosalind Iden (as Cassandra), Pamela Brown (aged 19, as Cressida), C Rivers Gadsby, Sara Jackson; dir:Ben Iden Payne [4pp, 7.5x10; Birthday Play; cast list, synopsis, production credits, refreshments, prices of admission, theatre credits etc.; light horizontal fold, else VG] £5

1936: ROMEO AND JULIET (SMT)
Stanley Howlett, Raymond Raikes, Donald Eccles, Donald Layne-Smith, Eric Maxon, Geoffrey Wilkinson, Peter Glenville (as Romeo), James Dale (as Mercutio), Trevor Howard (as Benvolio), Norman Wooland, Gerald Kay Souper (as Friar Laurence), C Rivers Gadsby, Basil Langton, John Rudling, Kenneth Wicksteed, Alexander Gauge, Dennis Roberts, Rosamund John, Barbara Couper, Pamela Brown (as Juliet), Buena Bent (as Nurse); dir:Randle Ayrton [4pp, 7.5x10; cast list, production credits, refreshments, prices of admission, theatre credits etc.; light horizontal fold, else VG] £4

1936: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (SMT)
Donald Wolfit (as Don Pedro), Norman Wooland, Peter Glenville, James Dale (as Benedick), Gerald Kay Souper (as Leonato), Stanley Howlett, Donald Layne-Smith, Raymond Raikes, Alexander Gauge, Donald Eccles, Roy Byford (as Dogberry), Geoffrey Wilkinson, Basil Langton, Sara Jackson, Barbara Couper (as Beatrice), Valerie Tudor (as Hero), Buena Bent, Rosalind Iden (as Ursula); dir:Ben Iden Payne [4pp, 7.5x10; cast list, synopsis, production credits, refreshments, prices of admission, theatre credits etc.; light horizontal fold, else VG] £4

1936: KING LEAR (SMT)
Randle Ayrton (as King Lear), Donald Wolfit (as Kent), Rosalind Iden (as Cordelia), Trevor Howard (as Servant); dir:Komisarjevsky

1936: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (SMT)
Gerald Kay Souper, Alexander Gauge, Eric Maxon, James Dale (as Antonio), Raymond Raikes, Donald Wolfit (as Gratiano), Trevor Howard (as Salanio), Basil Langton (as Salarino), Stanley Howlett, Donald Layne-Smith (as Lorenzo), Randle Ayrton (as Shylock), Kenneth Wicksteed, John Rudling, Dennis Roberts, Geoffrey Wilkinson, C Rivers Gadsby, Valerie Tudor (as Portia), Valerie Hall, Pamela Brown (as Jessica), Sara Jackson, Janet Machen, Leonora Freeman; dir:Ben Iden Payne [4pp, 7.5x10; cast list, synopsis, production credits, refreshments, prices of admission, theatre credits etc.; photo not included; light horizontal fold, else VG] £5

1936: JULIUS CAESAR (SMT)
Donald Eccles (as Julius Caesar), Trevor Howard (as Octavius Caesar / Cinna), Peter Glenville, John Rudling, David Russell, R Leigh Crutchley, Alexander Gauge, James Dale (as Marcus Brutus), Donald Wolfit (as Cassius), Roy Byford, Kenneth Wicksteed, Gerald Kay Souper, Donald Layne-Smith, Stanley Howlett, Raymond Raikes, Eric Maxon, Norman Wooland, Geoffrey Wilkinson, Dennis Roberts, C Rivers Gadsby, Basil Langton (as Lucius), Valerie Hall (as Calpurnia), Barbara Couper (as Portia); dir:John Wyse [4pp, 7.5x10; cast list, synopsis, production credits, refreshments, prices of admission, theatre credits etc.; light horizontal fold, else VG] £5

1936: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (SMT)
Trevor Howard (as A Lord), Basil Langton (as 1st Huntsman / ATailor), Donald Layne-Smith, John Rudling, C Rivers Gadsby, Roy Byford (as Christopher Sly), Buena Bent, Sara Jackson, Stanley Howlett (as Baptista), Gerald Kay Souper, Donald Eccles, Donald Wolfit (as Petruchio), Eric Maxon, Norman Wooland, Raymond Raikes, Dennis Roberts, Geoffrey Wilkinson, Alexander Gauge, Kenneth Wicksteed, Barbara Couper (as Katharina), Rosamund John (as Bianca), Pamela Brown (as A Widow); dir:Ben Iden Payne [4pp, 7.5x10; cast list, synopsis, production credits, refreshments, prices of admission, theatre credits etc.; light horizontal fold, else VG] £5

1936: TWELFTH NIGHT (SMT)
Donald Wolfit (as Orsino), Basil Langton (as Sebastian), Alexander Gauge, Raymond Raikes, Donald Layne-Smith, Donald Eccles, Roy Byford (as Sir Toby Belch), Geoffrey Wilkinson (as Sir Andrew Aguecheek), James Dale (as Malvolio), Peter Glenville (as Feste), Trevor Howard (as Fabian), John Rudling, Barbara Couper (as Olivia), Valerie Tudor (as Viola), Buena Bent; dir:Ben Iden Payne [4pp, 7.5x10; cast list, synopsis, production credits, refreshments, prices of admission, theatre credits etc.; light horizontal fold, else VG] £5

1937 STRATFORD FESTIVAL (Mch 29 - Sep 25)
Director: Ben Iden Payne; with Baliol Holloway, Randle Ayrton, Donald Wolfit, Joyce Bland, Valerie Tudor, Clement McCallin, Godfrey Kenton, Norman Wooland, Clare Harris

1937: CYMBELINE (SMT)
Clement McCallin (as Cymbeline), Baliol Holloway, Godfrey Kenton (as Posthumus Leonatus), Stanley Howlett, Michael Goodliffe, Patrick Crean, Gerald Kay Souper, Donald Wolfit (as Iachimo), Norman Wooland, Kenneth Wicksteed, Eric Maxon, C Rivers Gadsby, Dennis Roberts, Andrew Leigh, Gordon Edwards, George Hagan, Clare Harris, Joyce Bland (as Imogen), Mary Hignett; dir:Ben Iden Payne [4pp, 7.5x10; cast list, synopsis, production credits, refreshments, prices of admission, theatre credits etc.; light horizontal fold, else VG] £5

1937: HAMLET (SMT)
Donald Wolfit (as Hamlet), Wooland, Harris, Valerie Tudor; dir:Ben Iden Payne, des:Randle Ayrton

1938 STRATFORD FESTIVAL (Apr 11 - Sep 24)
Director: Ben Iden Payne; with Phyllis Neilson-Terry, James Dale, Gyles Isham, Valerie Tudor, Francis James, Jay Laurier, George Hagan

1938: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (SMT)
Francis James, Jay Laurier, Valerie Tudor; dir:Andrew Leigh, des:Norman Wilkinson

1938: ROMEO AND JULIET (SMT)
Francis James, Valerie Tudor, George Hagan, Gyles Isham; dir:Ben Iden Payne

1938: HENRY VIII (SMT)
Gyles Isham, James Dale, Phyllis Neilson-Terry; dir:Ben Iden Payne

1938: MACBETH (SMT)
Gerald Kay Souper, Francis James, Robert Tollast, James Dale (as Macbeth), Guy Belmore (as Banquo), Gyles Isham (as Macduff), Michael Goodliffe, Stanley Howlett, George Hagan, Richard Blatchley, Laurence Hardy, Dennis Hutchinson, Maurice Jones, Paul Gibson, G Sheldon Bishop, C Rivers Gadsby, Jay Laurier (as A Porter), Andrew Leigh, Maidie Birch, Phyllis Neilson-Terry (as Lady Macbeth), Ethel Griffies, Vera Coburn, Peggy Livesey, Kenneth Wicksteed, Donald Layne-Smith, Anne Dalston; dir:Ben Iden Payne [4pp, 7.5x10; cast list, synopsis, production credits, refreshments, prices of admission, theatre credits etc.; light horizontal fold, else VG] £4

1938: TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA (SMT)
Gyles Isham, Francis James, Valerie Tudor; dir:Ben Iden Payne

1938: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (SMT)
James Dale, Sheldon Bishop, Andrew Leigh, Dennis Roberts, Valerie Tudor, Pauline Letts, C Rivers Gadsby; dir:Komisarjevsky

1938: TWELFTH NIGHT (SMT)
Valerie Tudor, James Dale, Gyles Isham, Andrew Leigh, Jay Laurier, Peggy Livesey, Pauline Letts; dir:Ben Iden Payne

1938: THE TEMPEST (SMT)
Gyles Isham, James Dale, Francis James, Pauline Letts, Dennis Hutchinson; dir:Ben Iden Payne

1939 STRATFORD FESTIVAL (April 3 - September 16)
Director: Ben Iden Payne; with John Laurie, Alec Clunes, Vivienne Bennett, Joyce Bland, Dorothy Green, James Dale, Jay Laurier, Geoffrey Keen

1939: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (SMT/3 April 1939)
Alec Clunes, Vivienne Bennett; directed and designed by Komisarjevsky

1939: AS YOU LIKE IT (SMT/4 April 1939)
Geoffrey Keen, Vivienne Bennett, John Laurie, Trevor Howard (as Charles); dir:Baliol Holloway

1939: RICHARD III (SMT/6 April 1939)
John Laurie (as Richard III), James Dale, Alec Clunes, Trevor Howard (as Hastings), Vivienne Bennett, Dorothy Green; dir:Ben Iden Payne

1939: OTHELLO (SMT/11 April 1939)
Rosalind Hampton, James Dale, Geoffrey Keen (as Cassio), Joyce Bland (as Desdemona), Gerald Kay Souper, Betty Hardy (as Emilia), Raymond Jaquerelle, Robert Marshall, Richard Wordsworth, John McCallum, Michael Gwynn, Alec Clunes (as Iago), Michael Goodliffe, Trevor Howard (as Montano), John Laurie (as Othello), George Hagan; dir:Robert Atkins

1939: TWELFTH NIGHT (SMT/13 April 1939)
Joyce Bland, John Laurie, Alec Clunes; dir:Irene Hentschel, des:Motley

1939: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (SMT/18 April 1939)
James Dale, Dennis Roberts, Vivienne Bennett; dir+des:Komisarjevsky

1939: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (SMT/22 April 1939)
Alec Clunes, Vivienne Bennett, James Dale, Michael Goodliffe, Lesley Brook; dir:Ben Iden Payne

1939: CORIOLANUS (SMT/9 April 1939)
Alec Clunes, James Dale, Dorothy Green, John Laurie, Andrew Leigh; dir:Ben Iden Payne


SHAKESPEARE MEMORIAL THEATRE
1920-39 1940-49 1950-54 1955-60


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