Design for Living is a comedy play written by Noël Coward in 1932. It concerns a trio of artistic characters, Gilda, Otto and Leo, and their complicated three-way relationship. Originally written to star Lynn Fontanne, Alfred Lunt and Coward, it was premiered on Broadway, partly because its risqué subject matter was thought unacceptable to the official censor in London. It was not until 1939 that a London production was presented.
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|Gary Cooper||George Curtis|
|Fredric March||Thomas B. 'Tom' Chambers|
|Miriam Hopkins||Gilda Farrell|
|Edward Everett Horton||Max Plunkett|
|Franklin Pangborn||Mr. Douglas, Theatrical Producer|
|Isabel Jewell||Plunkett's Stenographer|
|Jane Darwell||Curtis' Housekeeper|
|Wyndham Standing||Max's Butler|