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Program for Ingomar the Barbarian from the Gorham Normal School, Gorham, Maine.

Written by Friedrich Hall

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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



The Timarch of Massilia ... Rachel Baker

Citizens of Massilia

Polydor, a Merchant ... Beryl Burgess
Myron an Armorer... Catherine Davis
Neocles ... Pearl Decrow
Amyntas ... Louise Willey
Elphenor ... Marion Boutin
Lykon, a Fisherman ... Edith Littlefield

Ingomar, leader of a band of Alemanni ... Helen Gunderson


Alastor ... Alice Tapley
Trinobantes ... Margaret Stimson
Ambivar ... Sadie Modes
Novio ... Edith Littlefield
Samo ... Marion Bemis

Actea, Myron's Wife ... Mildred Goldwaite
Parthenia, her Daughter ... Eleanor Anderson
Theano, a Neighbor ... Frances Brown


Mrs. Spaulding
Ruth Roche
Clara Waterman
Melva Greeley
Evelyn White
Dora Mc Cart
Sylvia White


Emma Porter
Cressie Pendexter
Elinor Stimson
Elizabeth Knight
Jeanette Bailey
Ida Rosen

Location: HG 13, Folder 3

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Ingomar the Barbarian: A Play in Five Acts Program [1928]



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