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On this day in history, May 10: Parish Players do comedy

This write-up appeared in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle of May 10, 1923: “PARISH PLAYERS IN COMEDY. The Parish Players of St. John’s Episcopal Church, St. Johns Pl. and 7th Ave., presented a three-act farce comedy, ‘Her Uncle’s Will,’ in the church building last night. Those participating were Ralph I. Marshall, Peggy A. Lamont, Thomas McIlvaine, H. F. Bates, Gardiner Simes, William F. Millman, Dorothy Pierce, Sally Singleton, Mrs. Henry James Jackson, Dorothy Bogart, Alice Underwood, Marguerite Guilmon, Dorothy Sutton and Marie Guinon. The play was well-produced under the direction of Thomas McIlvaine, with Earnest Walcott acting as assistant stage manager.”

May 10, 2012 - 10:15am


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