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Marie Lohr
MarieLohr.jpg
Born
Marie Kate Wouldes Lohr

(1890-07-28)28 July 1890
Died21 January 1975(1975-01-21) (aged 84)
Brighton, Sussex, England
Other namesMarie Löhr
OccupationActress
Years active1894–1968
Spouse(s)Anthony Prinsep
Parent(s)

Marie Lohr (28 July 1890 – 21 January 1975) was an Australian-born actress, active on stage and in film in Britain. During a career of more than 60 years she created roles in plays by, among others, Bernard Shaw, J. M. Barrie, Frederick Lonsdale, Somerset Maugham, William Douglas-Home and Noël Coward. She appeared mainly in the West End, but toured the British provinces at intervals throughout her career, appeared in Broadway productions and toured Canada.

Biography

Marie Löhr was born in Sydney, New South Wales, to Lewis J. Löhr, treasurer of the Melbourne opera house, and his wife, the English actress Kate Bishop (1848–1923).[1] Her maternal uncle Alfred Bishop and her godparents, William and Madge Kendal, were also actors.[2] She married Anthony Leyland Prinsep, a theatrical producer, at St-Martin-in-the-Fields in 1912.[3] They divorced in 1928. They had one child.[4] On the death of Dame Madge Kendal in 1935, Lohr inherited their property at Filey.[5]

Lohr died at the age of 84, and was buried in the Brompton Cemetery in west London.

Career

Lohr's first stage appearance was in Sydney, aged four, in The World Against Her. Her London debut (after the family's move to Britain), was at age ten, in Shockheaded Peter as well as The Man Who Stole the Castle.[1] (Shockheaded Peter starred Lohr's mother and George Grossmith Jr., and was produced at the Garrick Theatre in 1900.)[6] The run was curtailed by the death of Queen Victoria, and brought back in 1901, a critic commented "one little actress, 'A Child', represented by Miss Marie Lohr, I think, being particularly good".[7] Her subsequent stage career was:[1]

Year Venue Role
1902 on tour with the Kendals Barbara Trecarre in St Martin's Summer
1903 West Pier, Brighton Ellie Harthover in Water Babies
1904 on tour Trixie Blenkinsopp in Whitewashing Julia
1905 St James's The Princess in White Magic
Comedy Miss Petherton in The Duffer
1906 Daly's Ernestine in The Little Michus
on tour with the Kendals Clara in A Tight Corner etc.
His Majesty's Rosey Mackenzie in Colonel Newcome
Shakespeare, Battersea Lillian Nugent in The Adventurer
1907 on tour with the Kendals Muriel Lestrange in The Melcombe Marriage etc.
Haymarket Beatrix Dupré in My Wife
on tour with the Kendals Joy Marrable in The Other Side
1908 Haymarket Irene Forster in Her Father
Haymarket Mrs Reginald Bridgenorth in Getting Married
His Majesty's Margaret in Faust at September
His Majesty's Hannele in the play of that name and Cinderella in Pinkie and the Fairies
1909 His Majesty's Lydia Bashville in The Admirable Bashville
His Majesty's Sybil Crake in The Dancing Girl
His Majesty's Lady Teazle in The School for Scandal
His Majesty's Ophelia in Hamlet
Comedy Smith in the comedy of that name
Playhouse Juliet in Little Mrs Cummin
Playhouse Tommy in Tantalizing Tommy
1911 Comedy Josepha Quarendon in Preserving Mr Panmure
Prince of Wales Alix Maubrun in Better Not Enquire
His Majesty's Spring in The Vision of Delight
Comedy Fernande de Monclars in The Marionettes
1912 Duke of York's Lily Paradell in The 'Mind-the-Paint' Girl
Duke of York's Lady Thomasin Belturbet in a revival of The Amazons
Wyndham's Leila in Door-mats
1913 Savoy Adele Vernet in The Grand Seigneur
1914 His Majesty's Yo-San in The Darling of the Gods
Wyndham's Rose Effick in The Clever Ones
His Majesty's Olive Skinner in the all-star revival of The Silver King given in aid of King George's Actors' Pension Fund
Duke of York's Lady Babbie in The Little Minister
1915 St James's Queen Charlotte in Kings and Queens
Haymarket Nelly in Five Birds in a Cage
His Majesty's Marie-Odile in the play of that name
Wyndham's Lady Ware in The Ware Case
1916 Coliseum appeared in J. M. Barrie's skit The Real Thing at Last
Globe Bettina Dean in The Show Shop
New Irene Randolph in Her Husband's Wife
Royalty Constance Luscombe in Home on Leave
1917 Royalty Remnant in the play of that name
Haymarket Joan Rochford in The Mirror
1918 Globe Sybil Bruce in Love in a Cottage
Globe Lady Anthony Fitzurse in Press the Button
Globe Lady Gillian Dunsmore in Nurse Benson
Globe Francis Charles in L'Aiglon (single performance with an "all-star'" cast)
1919 Globe Lena in Victory
Globe Francis Charles in revival of L'Aiglon
Globe Lady Caryll in The Voice from the Minaret
Globe Constance in Birds of a Feather
1920 Globe Comtesse de Candale in A Marriage of Convenience
Globe Dahlia Lavory in Every Woman's Privilege
Globe Princess Fédora Romanova in a revival of Fédora
1921 Globe February Lady Aline Draper in The Hour and the Man
Globe Irene Randolph in a revival of Her Husband's Wife
Canadian tour Repertory of plays
1922 Hudson Theatre, New York Lady Caryll in A Voice from the Minaret
Hudson Theatre, New York Princess Fédora Romanova in a revival of Fédora
Globe Colette Vandieres in The Return
Globe Lady Marjorie Colladine in The Laughing Lady
1923 Globe The Hon Margot Tatham in Aren't We All?
1924 Comedy Ruth Tedcastle in Far Above Rubies
Adelphi and Wyndham's Lady Ware in a revival of The Ware Case
1925 Wyndham's Nancy Last in A Man With a Heart
1926 on tour with Oscar Asche Dorothy Travers in Big Business
Playhouse Isabella Trench in Caroline
on tour Margaret Armstrong in The Love Game
Apollo and Prince of Wales Susan Marvill in Tuppence Coloured
Coliseum Valerie Ashton in Richmond Park
Gaiety Mrs Darling in Peter Pan
1928 on tour Lady Lancaster in The Temptation of Eve
Old Vic Mother Earth in Adam's Opera
Garrick May Smythe in These Pretty Things
Garrick Mrs Darling in Peter Pan
1929 His Majesty's Lady Patricia in Beau Geste
Lyric Duchess of Devonshire in Berkeley Square
Arts and Garrick May Smythe in revival of These Pretty Things
Apollo Lady Lavinia Quinton in Yesterday's Harvest
Ambassador's Joan Trevor in A Girl's Best Friend
St James's Mrs Darling in Peter Pan
1930 Lyric, Hammersmith Georgina Tidman in Dandy Dick
Comedy Mary Howard in The Silent Witness
Vaudeville Margery Battle in The Breadwinner
1931 Shaftesbury Mary in Mr Faintheart
Prince of Wales Margaret Armstrong in The Love Game
Booth Theatre, New York Margery Battle in The Breadwinner
1932 Vaudeville Margaret Westcott in Important People
Coliseum Empress Marie Therese of Austria in Casanova
1933 Embassy Mrs Grey in Sometimes Even Now
Playhouse Lady L'Estrange in So Good! So Kind!!
Palladium Mrs Darling in Peter Pan
1934 Cambridge Mary in Birthday
Palladium Mrs Darling in Peter Pan
1935 Court Lady Frinton in Aren't We All?
Daly's Mrs Sydney Rankin in Chase the Ace
Arts Mrs Cloys in The Benefit of the Doubt
Globe Muriel Weston in Call It a Day
1936 Aldwych Mabel in Family Hold Back
1937 Savoy Appeared in the revue And On We Go
Drury Lane Duchess of Cheviot in Crest of the Wave
1938 Wyndham's Mary Jarrow in Quiet Wedding
1939 Lyric Pansy Bird in Somewhere in England
1941 Ambassadors Vera Sheldon in Other People's Houses
1946 Embassy Mrs Brown in National Velvet
Embassy Mrs Jennings in Sense and Sensibility
1947 Duke of York's Marquise de St Maur in Caste
Strand Gertrude Paradine in My Wives and I
1948 Phoenix Dame Maud Gosport in A Harlequinade
1949 Apollo Consuelo Howard in Treasure Hunt
1951 Haymarket Hester Bellboys in A Penny For a Song
1952 on tour Phillippa Bennington in Adam's Apple
St James's Mrs Jevons in Sweet Peril
1953 Haymarket Lady Frinton in a revival of Aren't We All?
1954 Duchess Countess of Lister in The Manor of Northstead
1956 Streatham Hill Lady Graine in Jubilee Girl
Fortune Matilda "Hope" in The Devil Was Sick
1957 Cambridge Lady Charlton in Silver Wedding
1958 Belgrade, Coventry Lady Bracknell in Half in Earnest
Grand, Leeds Winifred Wing in These People Those Books
1959 Palace Lady Mortlake in The World of Paul Slickey
1960 Duke of York's May Davenport in Waiting in the Wings
1963 Ashcroft, Croydon Aunt Fluffy in The West Lodge
Haymarket Lady Julia Marcia in The Ides of March
1964 Arts Mrs Grisley-Williams in Mr Whatnot
1965–66 Arts, Vaudeville and Garrick Mrs Whitefield in Man and Superman
1967 on tour Lady Hunstanton in A Woman of No Importance

Films and television

Marie Lohr. Early 1900s.
Marie Lohr. Early 1900s.

The Noël Coward play Present Laughter was shown as a "Play of the Week" broadcast by ATV in 1967, Lohr appeared alongside Peter O'Toole and Honor Blackman.[8]

References

  1. ^ a b c Herbert, pp. 1097–1100
  2. ^ Higgins, Sydney. "Marie Löhr (1890–1975)". The Golden Age of the British Theatre (1880–1920). Archived from the original on 27 March 2016. Retrieved 20 October 2013.
  3. ^ "Marie Lohr's Wedding". The Stage. 15 August 1912. p. 17.
  4. ^ "Miss Marie Lohr". Coventry Evening Telegraph. 6 February 1929. p. 3.
  5. ^ "£60,000 Fortune of the Kendals". Hull Daily Mail. 16 September 1935. p. 7.
  6. ^ The Times, 27 December 1900, p. 8
  7. ^ "Amusements". The Sphere. 28 December 1901. p. 28.
  8. ^ "Play of the Week". The Stage. 2 February 1967. p. 9.

Sources

  • Herbert, Ian, ed. (1972). Who's Who in the Theatre (fifteenth ed.). London: Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons. ISBN 978-0-273-31528-5.

External links

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