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THE ICEMAN COMETH

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by Eugene O'Neill with Ray McAnally
Moran, a detective.WiLFRiD CARTER The action takes place in the back room and bar of Harry Hope 's hotel on the downtown West Side of New York in 1912. Adapted and produced by CHARLES LEFEAUX
See page 51
DURING THE INTERVAL (9 .20* -9 .30*)
A record of Boyce's
Symphony No. 5 in D major 0 played by the WÜRTTEMBURG
CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JÖRG FAERBER

Contributors

Unknown: Eugene O'Neill
Unknown: Ray McAnally
Unknown: Harry Hope
Produced By: Charles Lefeaux
Rocky Pioggi night bartender: Anthony Jackson
Larry Slade, one-time Anarchist: David March
Hugo Kalmar, one-time Anarchist editor: Haydn Jones
Willie Oban, a former Harvard Law Student: Brian Hewlett
Harry Hope, proprietor of a saloon and rooming house: Cyril Shaps
Joe Mott, one-time proprietor of a Negro gambling house: Paul Whitsun-Jones
Don Parritt, a young man: Henry Stamper
Jimmy Cameron, one-time War Correspondent: John Hollis
Pat McGloin, one-time Police Lieutenant: Tommy Duggan
Ed Mosher, one-time circus man: Francis de Wolff
Street walkers: Margie: Margaret Robertson
Street walkers: earl: Ann Murray
Street walkers: ora: Carol Mason
Chuck MoreUo, day bartender: George Margo
Theodore Hickman (Hickey) a hardware salesman: Ray McAnally

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