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Adapted by Maria Lovell from Frederick Hahn's "Der Sohn der Wildniss"

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Gorham, ME


Theatre, University of Southern Maine Department of Theatre, Theatre Program


Arts and Humanities | Theatre and Performance Studies | Theatre History



Actea, wife of Myron ... Emma Martin
Parthenia, her daughter ... Lena Dow
Polydor, richest citizen of Massilia ... Eleanor Parker

Citizens of Massilia ... Myrtle Berube and Bertha Millett

Citizens of Massilia

Lykon ... Helene Smith
Theano ... June Jordan
Neocles ... Zelda Fenlason
Elphenor ... Florence Tibbetts
Amyntas ... Ethel Chapman

Herald ... Marion Young
The Timarch of Massilia ... Elinor Dolloff
Guards ... Mary Sleeper and Edtth McLain


Ambivar ... Grace Perry
Trinobantes ... Clare Cotteral
Novio ... Elinor Chipman

Myron, armorer of Massilia ... Corene Palmer

Samo, an Aleman ... Virginia Maines

Ingomar, the barbarian chieftain ... Blanche Hutchins

Alastor, Ingomar's lieutenant ... Janet Kelley

Location: Box 13, Folder 3

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Ingomar the Barbarian Program [1936]



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