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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 113 pages of information about The Easiest Way.

Under the sole management of DAVID BELASCO

DAVID BELASCO
PRESENTS
FRANCES STARR
—­IN—­
THE EASIEST WAY

An American play concerning a peculiar phase of New York life.

In Four Acts and Four Scenes.

By EUGENE WALTER.

CHARACTERS OF THE PLAY

JOHN MADISON EDWARD H. ROBINS

WILLARD BROCKTON JOSEPH KILCOUR

JIM WESTON WILLIAM SAMPSON

LAURA MURDOCK FRANCES STARR

ELFIE ST. CLAIR LAURA NELSON HALL

ANNIE EMMA DUNN

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PROGRAM CONTINUED.

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SYNOPSIS.

ACT I.—­Mrs. William’s ranch house or country home, perched on the side of the Ute Pass, near Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Time—­Late in an August afternoon.

ACT II.—­Laura Murdock’s furnished room, second story, back. 
New York. 
Time—­Six months later.

ACT III.—­Laura Murdock’s apartments in an expensive hotel.  New
York. 
Time—­Two months later.  In the morning.

ACT IV.—­The same at Act III. 
Time—­The same afternoon.

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The play produced under the personal supervision of Mr. Belasco.

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PROGRAM CONTINUED ON SECOND PAGE FOLLOWING.

PROGRAM CONTINUED.

Stage Director William J. Dean
Stage Manager Langdon West

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Stage decorations and accessories designed by Wilfred Buckland.

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Scenes by Ernest Cross.

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     Scenery built by Charles J. Carson. 
     Electrical effects by Louis Harlman. 
Gowns by Mollie O’Hara.  Hats by Bendel.

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The Pianola used is from the Aeolian Co., New York.

THE EASIEST WAY

AN AMERICAN PLAY CONCERNING A

PARTICULAR PHASE OF

NEW YORK LIFE

IN FOUR ACTS AND FOUR SCENES

By EUGENE WALTER

1908 BY EUGENE WALTER

[The Editor wishes to thank Mr. Eugene Walter for his courtesy in granting permission to include “The Easiest Way” in the present Collection.  All its dramatic rights are fully secured, and proceedings will immediately be taken against anyone attempting to infringe them.]

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