Wagenhals, Lincoln A.


Wagenhals, Lincoln A.
(1869-1931)
   Born in Ohio, Lincoln A. Wagenhals began his theatrical work as an actor, but partnered with Collin Kemper, another Ohioan, to manage a theatre in Binghamton, New York. They managed several stars, including Arthur Byron, Helena Modjeska, Henry Miller, Annie Russell, and Frederick Warde between 1893 and 1906, when they leased the Astor Theatre and began a long string of successful productions, including The Kreutzer Sonata (1906), Clothes (1906), Paid in Full (1908), The Stronger Sex (1908), Seven Days (1909), The Greyhound (1912), Seeing Things (1920), Spanish Love (1920), The Bat (1920), Why Men Leave Home (1922), The Breaking Point (1923), Lovely Lady (1925), and The Joker (1925).

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