Sag Harbor (play)

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This article is about the James Herne play. For the New York village, see Sag Harbor, New York.

Sag Harbor was a sentimental comedy by American playwright James Herne. It inaugurated Oscar Hammerstein's Theatre Republic, the first Broadway theater on West 42nd Street, on September 27, 1900, starring the author as Capt. Dan Marble.[1] Lionel Barrymore later took up the role

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