Gladys Cooper

 

 

 GLADYS COOPER 

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Gladys Cooper

 


 

 




The Pursuit of Pamela
Royalty Theatre, Dean Street, Shaftsbury Avenue, London
1913








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"The Pursuit of Pamela", a Vedrenne Eadie production with Dennis Eadie also taking an acting role in the play. 

Scenes took place in Honolulu, Japan, Hong Kong and Alberta, Canada.

The play is about a young girl, Pamela, married to an older man who decides to run away from him and roam the world alone.
Gladys Cooper and Dennis Eadie in "The Pursuit of Pamela"

Gladys Cooper and Dennis Eadie in
 "The Pursuit of Pamela"




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Play Title :- The Pursuit of Pamela





Year / Date  Produced :- 1913





Presented at :- Royalty Theatre, Dean Street, Shaftsbury Avenue, London.





Produced by :- J. E. Vedrenne and Dennis Eadie





Written by :- C. B. Fernald





Directed by :- J. Clifford Brooke







Cast :- Actor / Actress :-
Character Played :-



Mr. Dennis Eadie  -
Alan Greame


Mr. Hubert Harben
- Peter Dodder


Mr. Campbell Gullan
- John Dodder


Mr. George Tully
- Doctor Joyce


Mr. Azooma Sheko
- Fah-Ni


Mr. J. Z. Coby
- Haranobu


Miss Olga Ward
- Janet


Miss Aya Yamada
- Ume San


Miss Eve Balfour
- Nurse Tracey


Miss Gladys Cooper
- Pamela  (By arrangement with Mr. Seymour Hicks)



Act I.  :-
The Shore at Waikiki, Honolulu.

Act II.  :-
An Inn at Tsuboyama, Japan.

Act III.  :-
A House overlooking the Harbour, Hong Kong.

Act IV.  :- A private Sanitarium, Alberta, Canada.  (Three years later).




Stage Manager :- Mr. Herbert Chown




Business Manager :- Mr. Stanley Le Sage




Music :- Under the direction of Benno Scherek




Pianofortes supplied by :- Geo. Rogers & Sons.




Costumes :- Miss Cooper's Dresses and Hats by Ospovat, 69 New Bond St. & 35 Brook St, London.




Wigs by :- Clarkson




Furniture :- By Druce & Co., Baker Street, London.




The Scenery :- Painted by George Sackmann.