Rosemary (play)

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Rosemary is a comedy by English playwright Louis N. Parker and English playwright and actor Murray Carson. In America, it opened at Charles Frohman's Empire Theatre on Broadway in the August 1896.[1] A film version was produced in 1915.

Original Broadway Cast[edit]

Sir Jasper Thorndyke John Drew
Professor Jogram Daniel Harkins
Captain Cruickshank Harry Harwood
William Westwood Arthur Byron
George Minifle Joseph Humphreys[1][2]
Abraham Frank Lamb
Mrs. Cruikshank Annie Adams
Mrs. Minifle Mrs. King
Pricscilla, a serving maid Ethel Barrymore
Dorothy Cruikshank Maude Adams


  1. ^ a b New York Times. 1 September 1896. p. 5.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ This is the cast list as it appeared in a New York Times review on 1 September 1896. A playbill lists the character of George Minifle as played by Grahame Henderson; Joseph Humphreys was the Empire's stage manager, and probably stood in Henderson's place.