"Merchant of Venice"
Thursday, February 22nd, 1900.
The Duke of Venice - Mr. Cal McKillip
The Prince of Arragon - Mr. Cal McKillip
Prince of Morocco � Mr. Sherman Barthel
Antonio - - - Mr. Ross Smith
Bassanio � - - Mr. Frank West
Salarino - - � Mr. Clarence Lutz
Salanio - - - Mr. Arthur Barnett
Gratiano - � - Mr. Gilbert Leach
Lorenzo - - - Mr. J. N. Teeple
Shylock - - - Mr. Wm. Oldfather
Tubal � - - Mr. Logan Coombs
Launcelot Gobbo - Mr. Roy Bornwasser
Old Gobbo - Mr. George Deuser
Portia - Miss Henrietta Spriestersbach
Nerissa - � � Miss Bessie Owens
Jessica � � - Miss Bessie Jones
ACT I. Scene I, Venice, a street. Scene II, Belmont, a room in Portia�s house. Sene III, Venice. a public place.
ACT ll, Scene I, Belmont, a room in Portia�s house. Scene II, Venice, a street. Scene III, the same, a room in Shylock�s home. Scene IV, the same, a street. Scene V, the same before Shylock�s house. Scene VI, the same. Scene VII, Belmont, a room in Portia�s house. Scene VIII, Venice, a street Scene IX, Belmont, a room in Portia�s house.
ACT III. Scene I, Venice, a street. Scene II, Belmont, a room in Portia�s house. Scene III, Venice, a street. Scene IV, Belmont, a room in Portia�s house. Scene V, the same, a garden.
ACT IV. Scene I, Venice, a court of justice. Scene II, the same, a street.
ACT V. Scene I, Belmont, avenue to Portia�s house.
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