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265 Appendix D Professional Productions and new Versions of Oedipus Tyrannus The Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama (www.apgrd.ox.ac.uk/) has fuller cast lists and more information on sources in some cases. These entries are as complete as current information allowed. * Discussed or mentioned in chapters 1–4 of this book ( ) Important visiting production *1834 Oedipus or the Riddle of the Sphinx, Bowery Theater, new york, starring Tom Hamblin as oedipus, Mrs. McClure as Jocasta, and Mr. Gale as Tiresias, with a cast including a Mr. Ingersoll and Mrs. Flynn (Davis 2008; New York Transcript, october 21, 1834; Peabody ’s Parlour Journal, november 1, 1834, 141; odell 4: 28: Ireland (1866–67) 1968, 1: 119; Levine 1988, 41–42; Brown 1: 112; New York American advertisement, november 20, 1834; New York Clipper, February 4, 1882). *1881 Sanders Theatre, Harvard University, directed by John Williams White, music composed by John Knowles Paine, designed by Charles Eliot norton, starring George Riddle as oedipus and L.E. opdyke as Jocasta (norman 1882; Hains 1914, 190–94; New York Herald, May 18, 1881; Julia Ward Howe, Critic 1, May 21, 1881, 130). *1882 Globe Theater, Boston and Booth Theater, new york, producers Daniel Frohman and F.H. ober, directed by Daniel Frohman, with George Riddle as oedipus and Georgia Cayvan as Jocasta (Spirit of the Times, April 4, 1882; New York Tribune, January 31, 1882; New York Mail and Express, February 2, 1882; New York Times, January 24, 1882; January 31 and February 1, 1882; New York World, January 31, 1882; New York Clipper, February 4, 1882; New York Herald, January 31, 1882; New York Sun, January 31, 1882; Chicago Daily Tribune, February 5, 1882; Critic 2.29, February 11, 1882, 46–47; New York Dramatic Mirror , February 4, 1882; odell 11: 455). *1889 Unity Club of Cleveland, Unity Church (Hains 1910, 35). 266 Appendix D *1893 American Academy of the Dramatic Arts, scenes from Antigone and OT (odell 4: 467). *(1894 Broad Street Theatre, Philadelphia, and Abbey’s Theater and the Knickerbocker, new york, Comédie Française, French translation by Jules Lacroix, starring Jean MounetSully as oedipus and Mme Second-Weber as Jocasta [New York Times, March 28, April 4, April 8, 1894; New York Herald, March 28, 1894; Critic 24, April 7, 1894, 242; New York Daily Tribune, March 28, 1894; Hartigan 1995, 12–13 n. 6; Rogers 1986, 30–31; odell 7: 345; Brandes 1945, 117–28].) (1907 Lyric Theatre, new york, Ernete novelli, Italian language production [Benjamin de Casseres, Theatre Magazine 7.74 (April 1907): 6; Harper’s Weekly 51, April 6, 1907, 512; Winter (1913) 1969, 1: 419; Brandes 1945, 139–41].) *1911 Irving Place Theatre, new york, starring John E. Kellerd as oedipus and Lillian Kingbury as Jocasta, Eric Blind as Tiresias, and Charles James as Creon (Theater Magazine, october 1911; New York Evening Post, August 22, 1911; New York Daily Mirror, August 23, 1911; New York Tribune, August 22, 1911; New York Times, February 4, 1913; New York Evening Post, February 4, 1913; Johnson 1971, 19–20; Brandes 1945, 153–58; Hartigan 1995, 10–11; Arnott 1987, 358). Revived with Keller as oedipus, Amelia Gardner as Jocasta, and Ernest Rowan as Tiresias at the Garden Theater, new york in 1913. *1914 Irving Place Theatre at the Metropolitan opera House, adapted by Adolph Wilbrandt into German, starring Rudolph Christians and Agathe Barcescu, with Heinrich Marlowe as Tiresias (New York Dramatic Mirror, May 6, 1914; New York Tribune, April 28, 1914; New York Evening Post, April 28, 1914; New York Times, April 28, 1914; New York Press, April 28, 1914). *1915 Century opera House, translation by Gilbert Murray, directed by and starring Augustin Duncan with Margaret Wycherly as Jocasta, oswald yorke as Creon, and Ivan Simpson as Tiresias and danced with choreography by Isadora Duncan, accompanied by Irma Duncan, Helen Freeman, Sarah Whitford, and Margherita Sargeant (New York Times, April 17, 1915; Sigmund Spaete, New York Mail, April 17, 1915; New York Telegraph, April 17, 1915). *(1923 Century Theatre, new york, translation by Gilbert Murray, British production starring John Martin Harvey and Miriam Lewes, originally based on the production of Max Reinhardt, Munich 1910 [Theater Arts Monthly 8 (1924): 74–76; Arthur Hornblow, Theater Magazine 38 (December 1923): 15; Ranken Towse, New York Evening Post, october 26, 1923; New York Evening Telegram, october 26, 1923; Stark young, New Republic 36, november 7, 1923, 282–83; Ludwig Lewisohn, Nation, november 7, 1923, 532; John...


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