Bernardine: a comedy in two acts
National Theatre, Irving L. Jacobs presents the Guthrie McClintic production of "Bernardine," a new comedy by Mary Chase, staged by Mr. McClintic, with Johnny Stewart, Alney Alba, Beverly Lawrence, John Kerr, Michael Wager, settings and lighting by John Robert Lloyd, costumes by Noel Taylor.
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