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"The Gibson Upright" is a play written by Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson in 1919.

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The stage production of this play is by Stuart Walker

Cast Of Characters


Andrew Gibson: a piano factory owner

Nora Gorodna: a piano tester and socialist labor organizer

Mr. Mifflin: a socialist journalist

Carter: an elderly factory worker

Frankel: a young Jewish factory worker

Shomberg: a factory worker

Simpson: an elderly factory worker

Salvatore: an Italian factory worker

Riley: a truck driver

Ella: Mr. Gibson's housemaid

Mrs. Simpson: wife of Simpson

Mrs. Commiskey: wife of a worker (offstage voice)

Polenski: a worker

First Wop and Second Wop: workers