There's Always Juliet

Title: There's Always Juliet
Genre: Comedy
Author: John van Druten
Plot: The play is about a marriage-minded American girl abroad.

1923 London

Year: 1923
Location: Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London
Cast: Edna Best (Leonora Perrycoste), May Whitty (Florence), Herbert Marshall (Dwight Houston), Cyril Raymond (Peter Walmsey)

1932 Broadway

Date: 15 February 1932 to May 1932
Total performances: 108
Producer: Gilbert Liller
Director: Peter Glenville
Staging: Auriol Lee
Location: The Empire Theatre, 1430 Broadway (40th & 41st), New York, NY
Cast: As above
Scenery: Designed by Laurence Irving, built by Brunskill, painted by Alick Johnstone
Miss Best's furs: H. Jaeckel & Sons, Inc.

Henry Miller's Theatre

There exists a press photograph of Edna Best with caption 'EDNA BEST, who appears, with Herbert Marshall, in "There's Always Juliet", John van Druten's comedy success, at Henry Miller's Theatre.'

Henry Miller's Theatre (now The Stephen Sondheim Theatre), is a Broadway theatre located at 124 West 43rd Street, in Manhattan's Theatre District.

Notes: (i) The Empire Theatre, built 1893, seated approx. 1100 people. The theatre was demolished in 1953.

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