Another Language was originally written in 1929 under the title of Hallam Wives by prolific Hollywood and Broadway author Rose Franken. In 1932 she revised the play and re-released it as Another Language. In 1933 it was adapted into a movie staring Helen Hayes.
Another Language was the debut production of Howard Lambert, a young man who had recently moved to Janesville. Reviews noted the talents of this young "find" for group. Howard would go on to star in many productions, direct several plays, and serve a few terms as President of Janesville Little Theatre.
About the Production
Mrs. Hallam Mr. Hallam Harry Hallam Helen Hallam Walter Hallam Grave Hallam Paul Hallam Etta Hallam Victor Hallam Stella Hallam Jerry Hallam
Daisy Belle Munn Hiram Nowlan George Hickey Dolly Nowlan Dr. Irving A. Clark Edna Peacock John W. Gross, Jr. Jessica Gross Roger Colby Marvel Bott Howard Lambert