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If Love Were All, subtitled "a gentle comedy," is a comedy in two acts and 10 scenes by Agnes Morgan under the pseudonym "Cutler Hatch." It was first produced at the Booth Theatre on Broadway by Actor-Managers, Inc. (the firm set up by Morgan and her partner Helen Arthur). Settings were created by Charles Stepanek. It is notable for being a play staged on Broadway written by a woman, and produced by women.

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  • If Love Were All, subtitled "a gentle comedy," is a comedy in two acts and 10 scenes by Agnes Morgan under the pseudonym "Cutler Hatch." It was first produced at the Booth Theatre on Broadway by Actor-Managers, Inc. (the firm set up by Morgan and her partner Helen Arthur). Settings were created by Charles Stepanek. It is notable for being a play staged on Broadway written by a woman, and produced by women. If Love Were All ran from November 13 through November 21, 1931. It was subsequently produced by Helen Arthur (Agnes Morgan's partner) in summer 1936 at the Casino Theatre in Newport, Rhode Island. (en)
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  • John
  • A French waiter
  • A middle-aged German lad
  • A middle-aged German man
  • A young French lady
  • Alice Grayson
  • An English tourist
  • Dr. Philip Bryce,
  • Emil
  • Frank Grayson
  • Fritz
  • George Manning
  • Janet Bryce
  • Margaret Bryce
  • Ronald Grayson
  • a youngish Frenchman
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  • 1931-11-13 (xsd:date)
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  • New York, Paris, Vermont
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  • Cutler Hatch (en)
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  • If Love Were All, subtitled "a gentle comedy," is a comedy in two acts and 10 scenes by Agnes Morgan under the pseudonym "Cutler Hatch." It was first produced at the Booth Theatre on Broadway by Actor-Managers, Inc. (the firm set up by Morgan and her partner Helen Arthur). Settings were created by Charles Stepanek. It is notable for being a play staged on Broadway written by a woman, and produced by women. (en)
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