From Left: Celia Broming, Roger Colby, Dolly Nowlan, Major Sterling Wood, George Hickey, Chloris Fitzgerald.
S.N. Behrman, author of Biography, was a writer for the New York Times and an author of several popular Broadway plays during the 1930s and 1940s. He was considered one of the leading authors of "high comedy." High comedy is form of comedic drama characterized by satire and cleaver dialog as opposed to low comedy, which is characterized by slapstick or farce.
Janesville Little Theatre's 1935 production of Biography featured as a cast member Maj. Sterling A. Wood, a west point graduate who was temporarily stationed in Janesville as a National Guard trainer.
About the Production
Richard Kurt Minnie, Marion Frodue's maid Melchior Feydak, a Viennese composer Marion Froude Leander Nolan Warwick Wilson Orrin Kinnicott Slade Kinnicott, his daughter
J. Roger Colby Chloris Fitzgerald Arthur C. Zellner Dolly Nowlan George Hickey Charles Holloway Major Sterling Wood Celia Broming
From Left: Dolly Nowlan, Roger Colby, Major Sterling Wood, ?.