Nine Pine Street – 1933

Nine Pine Street

Longacre Theatre, (4/27/1933 – circa. 5/1933)
Opening Date: Apr 27, 1933
Closing Date: May 1933
Total Performances: 28

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in six scenes and an epilogue
Setting: The Holden Home, New Bedford, Mass.

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  • Roberta Beatty – Mrs. Carrie Riggs
    Helen Claire  – Clara Holden
    Andree Corday  – Ernestine
    Lillian Gish  – Effie Holden
    Raymond Hackett  – Warren Pitt
    Robert Harrison  – Edward Holden
    Eleanor Hicks  – Mrs. Powell
    James Hollicky  – Lieut. Middleton
    James P. Houston  – Rev. Appleton
    William Ingersoll  – Dr. Powell
    Neil McFee  – Martin Lodge
    John Morrissey  – Capt. James Tate
    Jessamine Newcombe  – Miss Roberts
    Barna Ostertag  – Annie
    Catherine Proctor  – Miss Littlefield
    Janet Young  – Mrs. Holden

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“Miss Lillian Gish, who of late has been known in these parts more as the lady of the camellas, became last evening a forget-me-not in the rain.” That was the phrase applied by one of those New York reporters to Effie Holden, after the trial in New Bedford.” NY Times

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Miss Lillian Gish, as a Reincarnation of Lizzie Borden, Appears in “Nine Pine Street.” NY Times

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Nine Pines Street Charles Affron

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