Stahl, Rose (1870–1955)

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Stahl, Rose (1870–1955)

Canadian-born stage star. Born Oct 29, 1870, in Montreal, Canada; died July 16, 1955, in Queens, LI, NY; m. William Bonelli (actor).

Made 1st stage appearance in Philadelphia; played leads for many stock companies; gained prominence in the role of Patricia O'Brien in a sketch later lengthened into the 4-act play The Chorus Lady, which she performed 1,676 times (1904–11); starred in other plays, including Maggie Pepper, A Perfect Lady, Moonlight Mary, Our Mrs. McChesney and Pack Up Your Troubles; toured with the all-star cast of Out There during WWI; retired (1919).

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