Caesar and Cleopatra
Brentano, 1906 - 211 pages
New Amsterdam Theatre, 42d Street, west of Broadway, Klaw & Erlanger, managers, Klaw & Erlanger present Mr. Forbes-Robertson, Miss Gertrude Elliott and their London company (business direction Mr. Marcus R. Mayer) in "Caesar and Cleopatra" a history, in four acts, by G. Bernard Shaw. Incidental music composed by Max F. Schmidt. Costumes designed by Mr. Percy Anderson, and executed by Mrs. Nettleship, and B.J. Simmons & Co., London, properties by Louis Labhart, London.
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