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(1932- 2003). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1932). Stage Play: Chrysalis. Written by Rose Albert Porter. Directed by Theresa Helburn. Martin Beck Theatre: 15 Nov 1932- Dec 1932 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Arling Alcine, Wihelmina Barton, Humphrey Bogart (as "Don Ellis"), Fannie Bourke [credited as Fan Bourke] (as "Blondie") [final Broadway credit], Lalive Brownell, Lily Cahill, Kathleen Comegys (as "Mrs. Haron"), Elisha Cook Jr. (as "Honey Rogers"), Gilberte Frey, Jessie Graham, Georgie Lee Hall, Thurston Hall (as "Judge Halman"), Hazel Hanna, Florence Heller, Henrietta Kaye, Elia Kazan (as "Louis") [Broadway debut], George Kinsey, Frank Layton, Phyllis Loughton, Jean MacIntyre, Kathryn McClure, Jock Munro, Mary Orr, Osgood Perkins (as "Michael Haverill"), Beta Rothafel, Toni Sorel, Harry D. Southard, Margaret Sullavan (as "Lyda Cose"), Russell Thayer, June Walker (as "Eve Haron"), Harold Woodall, Edmund Ziman. Produced by Martin Beck. Produced in association with Lawrence Langner and Theresa Helburn.

(1933). Stage Play: Men in White. Drama. Written by Sidney Kingsley. Stage Manager: Elia Kazan. Assistant Stage Mgr: Tony Kraber [credited as Gerrit Kraber] and Robert Harper. Assistant Prod. Mgr: Arnold L. Schauer Jr. Directed by Lee Strasberg. Broadhurst Theatre: 26 Sep 1933- Jul 1934 (closing date unknown/351 performances). Cast: Luther Adler (as "Dr. Gordon"), Margaret Barker (as "Laura Hudson"), Alan Baxter, Phoebe Brand (as "Barbara Dennin"), J. Edward Bromberg (as "Dr. Hochberg"), Grover Burgess (as "Dr. McCabe"), Morris Carnovsky (as "Dr. Levine"), William Challee (as "Dr. Michaelson"), Russell Collins (as "Dr. Cunningham"), Walter Coy, Mary Virginia Farmer, Robert Harper, Elena Karam, Elia Kazan (as "Orderly"), Alexander Kirkland (as "Dr. Ferguson"), Tony Kraber (as "James Mooney"; billed as Gerrit Kraber), Lewis Leverett, Bob Lewis, Mab Maynard, Sanford Meisner (as "Dr. Wren/Mr. Smith"), Paula Miller, Ruth Nelson, Clifford Odets (as "Mr. Houghton"), Dorothy Patten, Herbert Ratner, Art Smith, Eunice Stoddard (as "Nurse Jamison"). Replacement actors: Roman Bohnen (as "Dr. Wren/Mr. Smith "), Florence Cooper (as "Dorothy Smith"), Robert Harper (as "James Mooney"), Elia Kazan (as "Dr. Vitale"), Gerrit Kraber (as "Mr. Spencer"), Hildur Lanmark (as "Mrs. Smith"), Paula Miller (as "Second Nurse"), Herbert Ratner (as "Dr. Michaelson"), Georgette Spelvin (as "First Nurse"). Produced by The Group Theatre, Sidney Harmon and James R. Ullman. Note: Filmed as Men in White (1934) and as part of "The DuPont Show of the Month: Men in White (#4.1)" (1960).

(1934). Stage Play: Gold Eagle Guy. Written by Melvin Levy. Choreographed by Helen Tamiris. Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager. Directed by Lee Strasberg. Morosco Theatre: 26 Nov 1934- Jan 1935 (closing date unknown/65 performances). Cast: Luther Adler (as "Emperor Norton/Tang Sin"), Stella Adler (as "Adah Menken"), Margaret Barker (as "Jessie Sargent"), Alan Baxter (as "MacNaurty/Kohler/Postman"), Roman Bohnen (as "Macondray"), Phoebe Brand (as "Girl of the Mantic/Elizabeth Jolais"), J. Edward Bromberg (as "Guy Button"), Morris Carnovsky (as "Will Parrott"), Helen Carrm (as "Girl of the Mantic/Mrs. Halstead"), William Challee (as "Pearly/Ah Kee"), Russell Collins (as "A Deserter/Ed Walker"), Florence Cooper (as "Girl of the Mantic/Mrs. DaSilva"), Walter Coy (as "Adam Keane"), John Garfield (as "Sailor/Mackay") [credited as Jules Garfield], Evelyn Geller (as "Girl of the Mantic"), John Jordan (as "Guy, Jr. in Act 2"), Elia Kazan (as "Polyziodes"), Alexander Kirkland (as "Lon Firth"), David Kortchmar (as "Another Miner/Rev. Brown"), Tony Kraber [credited as Gerrit Kraber] (as "Tony Sorrenson/Joe"), Lewis Leverett (as "A Miner/Captain Roberts/André"), Bob Lewis (as "Gus/Okajima"), Joan Madison (as "Girl of the Mantic/Mrs. Muller"), Sanford Meisner (as "Ortega/Guy, Jr. in Act 3"), Paula Miller (as "Girl of the Mantic/Mrs. Sheldon/Mrs. Nass"), Ruth Nelson (as "Girl of the Mantic/Mrs. McElvay/Miss Richards"), Clifford Odets (as "Burns/Jolais"), Dorothy Patten (as "Girl of the Mantic/Miss Simmonds"), Herbert Ratner (as "Bartender/Jacobs/A.D.T. Boy"), Art Smith (as "Merg Wallin"), Eunice Stoddard (as "Girl of the Mantic/Mrs. Lemon"), Frances Williams. Produced by The Group Theatre, Inc. Produced in association with D.A. Doran Jr.

(1935). Stage Play: Till the Day I Die. Melodrama. Written by Clifford Odets. Directed by Cheryl Crawford. Longacre Theatre: 26 Mar 1935- Jul 1935 (closing date unknown/136 performances). Cast: Margaret Barker (as "Tillie"), Abner Biberman (as "4th Orderly"), Roman Bohnen, William Challee, Lee J. Cobb, Russell Collins, Walter Coy, George Heller, Elia Kazan, Alexander Kirkland, David Kortchmar, Tony Kraber, Lewis Leverett, Robert Lewis, Lee Martin, Paula Miller, Paul Morrison, Ruth Nelson, Dorothy Patten, Wendell K. Phillips, Herbert Ratner, Samuel Roland, Eunice Stoddard, Harry Stone, Dane Clark (billed as "Bernard Zanville"). Produced by The Group Theatre Inc.

(1935). Stage Play: Waiting For Lefty. Written by Clifford Odets. Co-Scenic Design by Alexander Chertoff. Directed by Sanford Meisner and Clifford Odets. Longacre Theatre: 26 Mar 1935- Jul 1935 (closing date unknown/144 performances). Cast: Abner Biberman (as "Henchman"), Roman Bohnen (as "Dr. Barnes"), William Challee (as "Actor"), Lee J. Cobb (as "Voice"), Russell Collins (as "Fatt/Fayette/Reilly"), Walter Coy (as "Irv"), George Heller, Elia Kazan, Tony Kraber (as "Miller"), Lewis Leverett (as "Joe"), Bob Lewis, Paula Miller, Ruth Nelson, Clifford Odets (as "Dr. Benjamin"), Dorothy Patten, Wendell K. Phillips, Herbert Ratner (as "Sid"), Samuel Roland, Harry Stone, Dane Clark [credited as 'Bernard Zanville] (as "Voice"). Produced by The Group Theatre, Inc.

(1935). Stage Play: The Young Go First. Comedy. Written by Peter Martin, George Scudder and Charles Friedman. Directed by Alfred Saxe and Elia Kazan. Park Theatre: 28 May 1935- Jul 1935 (closing date unknown/39 performances). Cast: Roger Anderson (as "Clifford Stedman"), Jack Arnold (as "Orderly"), Perry Bruskin (as "Giuseppe Calderone") [Broadway debut], Curtis Conwaye (as "Edmund Burke O'Leary"), Paul Enders (as "Sergant Thrush"), Catherine Engels (as "Mrs. Ruth Kent Menzies"), Mitchell Grayson (as "Lieutenant Mullins"), Jean Harper (as "Robin Stedman"), Roslyn Harvey (as "Miss Ferris"), Greta Karnot (as "Polly"), Stephen Karnot (as "Christy Stark"), David Kerman (as "Frank Clark"), Will Lee (as "Beebie Menucci"), Joseph Lerner (as "Colonel Hager"), Harry J. Lessin (as "Lempi Sawicki"), Joan Madison (as "Florence Stedman"), Edward Mann (as "Jeff Patten"), George Park (as "Dizzy Scanlon"), Rhoda Rammelkamp (as "Mrs. Stedman"), Nik Ray (as "Glenn Campbell"), Earl Robinson (as "Paul Crosby"), Philip Robinson (as "Captain Hood"), Ben Ross (as "Hymie Kucher"). Produced by The Theatre of Action.

(1935). Stage Play: Waiting For Lefty (Revival). Written and co-directed by Clifford Odets. Co-directed by Sanford Meisner. Belasco Theatre: 9 Sep 1935- Sep 1935 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Produced by The Group Theatre Inc. Note: Cast virtually identical to previous production with the major exception of Art Smith being cast in Abner Biberman's original role of "The Henchman."

(1935). Stage Play: Paradise Lost. Drama. Written by Clifford Odets. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Directed by Harold Clurman. Longacre Theatre: 9 Dec 1935- Feb 1936 (closing date unknown/73 performances). Cast: Luther Adler (as "Sam Katz"), Stella Adler (as "Clara"), Frieda Altman (as "Bertha"), Roman Bohnen (as "Gus Michaels"), Grover Burgess (as "Mr. Pike"), Morris Carnovsky (as "Leo Gordon"), Jack Carr, William Challee (as "Homeless Man"), Russell Collins (as "Homeless Man"), Walter Coy (as "Ben"), Blanche Gladstone, Elia Kazan (as "Kewpie"), Bernard Kisner, Louis G. Latzer, Julie Laurence, Lewis Leverett, Bob Lewis, Joan Madison, Sanford Meisner (as "Julie"), Paul Morrison, George Pembroke (as "Detective"), Herbert Ratner, Jacob Sandler, Vincent Sherman (as "Rogo"). Produced by The Group Theatre.

(1936). Stage Play: Case of Clyde Griffiths. Drama. Written by Erwin Piscator and Lena Goldschmidt. Based on the book "The American Tragedy" by Theodore Dreiser. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Directed by Lee Strasberg. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 13 Mar 1936- Mar 1936 (closing date unknown/19 performances). Cast: Luther Adler (as "Doctor"), Margaret Barker (as "Sondra Finchley"), Roman Bohnen (as "Samuel Griffiths"), Whitney Bourne (as "Party Guest"), Phoebe Brand (as "Roberta Alden"), Grover Burgess (as "Working Man"), Morris Carnovsky (as "Speaker"), William Challee (as "Working Man"), Beatrice Cole (as "Party Guest"), Walter Coy (as "Gilbert Griffiths"), John Garfield [credited as Jules Garfield] (as "Working Man"), Elia Kazan (as "Working Man"), Alexander Kirkland (as "Clyde Griffiths"), Tony Kraber [credited as Gerrit Kraber] (as "Josiah Babs"), Illah Lange (as "Working Girl"), Kay Laughlin (as "Bella Griffiths/Working Girl"), Lewis Leverett (as "District Attorney"), Bob Lewis (as "Orrin Short"), Sanford Meisner (as "Wiggham"), Paula Miller (as "Emily Alden/Working Girl"), Paul Morrison (as "Party Guest"), Ruth Nelson (as "Mrs. Alden/Working Girl"), Dorothy Patten (as "Working Girl/Mrs. Asa Griffiths"), Wendell Phillips (as "Party Guest"), Anthony Ross (as "Working Man"), Art Smith (as "Titus Alden"), Virginia Stevens (as "Mrs. Samuel Griffiths/Working Girl"), Eunice Stoddard (as "Working Girl"), Jerome Thor (as "Party Guest"), Helen Walpole (as "Working Girl"). Produced by The Group Theatre and Milton Shubert.

(1936). Stage Play: Johnny Johnson. Musical comedy. Written by Paul Green. Music by Kurt Weill. Musical Direction by Lehman Engel. Directed by Lee Strasberg. 44th Street Theatre: 19 Nov 1936- 16 Jan 1937 (68 performances). Cast: Luther Adler (as "English Sergeant"), Peter Ainsley, Kate Allen, James Blake, Roman Bohnen (as "Grandpa Joe"), Phoebe Brand, Grover Burgess, Jean Burton, Morris Carnovsky (as "Chief of the Allied High Command"), William Challee (as "Private Fairfax"), Lee J. Cobb (as "Dr. McBray"), Russell Collins (as "Johnny Johnson"), Curt Conway, John Garfield [credited as Jules Garfield](as "Johann Lang"), Judson Hall, Robert Joseph, Elia Kazan (as "Private Kearns" and "Dr. Frewd"), Thomas C. Kennedy, Tony Kraber, Will Lee, Bob Lewis, Paul Mann, Sanford Meisner (as "Captain Valentine"), Paula Miller, John Most, Ruth Nelson, Joseph Pevney (as "West Point Lieutenant"), Herbert Ratner, Eddie Ryan, Jack Saltzman, Alfred Saxe, Susanna Senior, Art Smith, Eunice Stoddard, Albert Dekker (credited as Albert Van Dekker) (as "Corporal George"). Produced by The Group Theatre.

(1937). Stage Play: Golden Boy. Drama. Written by Clifford Odets. Stage Manager, Alan Woolfson. Assistant Stage Managers, Martin Ritt (also appeared as "Sam") and Bert Conway. Directed by Harold Clurman. Belasco Theatre: 4 Nov 1937- Jun 1938 (closing date unknown/250 performances). Cast: Luther Adler (as "Joe Bonaparte"), Roman Bohnen (as "Tom Moody"), Phoebe Brand (as "Anna"), Harry Bratsburg, Morris Carnovsky (as "Mr. Bonaparte"), Lee J. Cobb (as "Mr. Carp"), Bert Conway, Charles Crisp, Howard Da Silva (as "Lewis"), Frances Farmer (as "Lorna Moon"), John Garfield (as "Siggie") [credited as Jules Garfield], Michael Gordon, Elia Kazan (as "Eddie Fuselli"), Robert Lewis, Charles Niemeyer, John O'Malley, Karl Malden (as "Barker") [Broadway debut; credited as Mladen Sekulovich], Art Smith. Produced by The Group Theatre.

(1938). Stage Play: Casey Jones. Drama. Directed by Elia Kazan.

(1939). Stage Play: The Gentle People. Drama. Written by Irwin Shaw. Directed by Harold Clurman. Belasco Theatre: 5 Jan 1939- May 1939 (closing date unknown/141 performances). As "Eli Lieber." Cast: Katherine Allen, Roman Bohnen, Harry Bratsburg, Grover Burgess, Lee J. Cobb, Lulla David, Florence Goodman, Sam Jaffe, Karl Malden, Martin Ritt, Sylvia Sidney (as "Stella Goodman"), George Skelton, Franchot Tone. Produced by The Group Theatre.

(1939). Stage Play: Thunder Rock. Drama. Written by Robert Ardrey. Scenic Design by Mordecai Gorelik. Directed by Elia Kazan. Mansfield Theatre: 14 Nov 1939- 2 Dec 1939 (23 performances). Cast: 'Frances Farmer' (as "Melanie") [final Broadway role], Luther Adler, Roman Bohnen, Harry Morgan [credited as Harry Bratsburg] (as "Nonny"), Phil Brown (as "Cassidy"), Morris Carnovsky (as "Captain Joshua"), Lee J. Cobb (as "Dr. Stefan Kurtz"), Mary Fowler (as "Anne Marie"), Robert Lewis, Myron McCormick (as "Streeter"), Ruth Nelson (as "Miss Kirby"), Art Smith (as "Briggs"). Produced by The Group Theatre Inc.

(1945). Stage Play: Deep Are the Roots. Drama. Written by Arnaud D'Usseau and James Gow. Production Assistant: Coby Ruskin. Directed by Elia Kazan. Fulton Theatre: 26 Sep 1945- 16 Nov 1946 (477 performances). Cast: Barbara Bel Geddes (as "Genevra Langdon"), George Dice (as "Chuck Warren"), Evelyn Ellis (as "Bella Charles"), Carol Goodner (as "Alice Langdon"), Lloyd Gough (as "Howard Merrick"), Gordon Heath (as "Brett Charles"), Andrew Leigh (as "Sheriff Serkin"), Helen Martin (as "Honey Turner"), Douglas Rutherford (as "Bob Izay"), Harold Vermilyea (as "Roy Maxwell"), Charles Waldron (as "Senator Ellsworth") [final Broadway role]. Replacement actors during run: Edwin Jerome (as "Senator Ellsworth Langdon"), Donald MacDonald (as "Roy Maxwell"), Barbara O'Neil (as "Alice Langdon"). Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden and George Heller.

(1940). Stage Play: Liliom (Revival). Written by Ferenc Molnár. Material adapted by Benjamin Glazer. Incidental music by Deems Taylor. Musical Director: Max Weiser. Directed by Benno Schneider. 44th Street Theatre: 25 Mar 1940- 11 May 1940 (56 performances). Cast included: Ajax, Jane Amar, Kenneth Bates, Ingrid Bergman (as "Julie"), Lee Berkman, Chet Bree, John Cushman, Haldor deBecker, Francis De Sales, Constance Dowling (as "Peasant, Townsperson, etc."), Gail Drexel (as "Peasant, Townsperson, etc."), Florence Earle (as "Peasant, Townsperson, etc.") [final Broadway role], John Emery, Howard Freeman, Edwin George, Mary Gildia (as "Peasant, Townsperson, etc."), Gigi Gilpin (as "Peasant, Townsperson, etc."), R. Henry Handon, Patricia Harris (as "Peasant, Townsperson, etc."), Joyce Haywood (as "Peasant, Townsperson, etc."), Marilyn Jolie, Elia Kazan (as "Ficzur"), 'Arnold Korff' (as "The Magistrate"), Joseph Kramm, Joseph Macauley, Richard Mackay, Ann Mason, 'Burgess Meredith' (as "Liliom"), Evelyn Moser, Eileen Murphy, Beatrice Pearson, Gibbs Penrose, Elaine Perry, Eleanor Prentiss (as "Peasant, Townsperson, etc."), William Robertson (as "Peasant, Townsperson, etc."), Peggy Romano, James Russo, Helen Shields, Joan Tetzel, Richard Vimtour, Frank Vincent, Sonny Wright, Margaret Wycherly (as "Mother Hollunder"). Produced by Vinton Freedley.

(1941). Stage Play: Five Alarm Waltz. Written by Lucille S. Prumbs. Directed by Robert Lewis. Playhouse Theatre: 13 Mar 1941- 15 Mar 1941 (4 performances). Cast: Roman Bohnen (as "Dave Dorham"), Curt Conway (as "Young Man"), Howard Freeman (as "Theodore"), Elia Kazan (as "Adam Boguris"), Harold Lui (as "Boy"), Louise Platt (as "Brooke March"), Robert Shayne (as "Jerry Manning"), Ann Thomas (as "May"), Helen Zelinskaya (as "Mme. Constantina"). Produced by Everett Wile.

(1942). Stage Play: Cafe Crown. Comedy. Written by Hy Kraft. Directed by Elia Kazan. Cort Theatre: 23 Jan 1942- 23 May 1942 (141 performances). Cast: Morris Carnovsky (as "David Cole"), Sam Jaffe (as "Hymie"), Jay Adler, Whit Bissell (as "Walter"), John Brone, Solen Burry, Jed Cogut, Eduard Franz, Michael Gorrin, Frank Gould, Mizzi Hajos [credited as Mitzi Hajos], Tom Jordan, Robert Leonard, Mary Mason, Paula Miller, Daniel Ocko, George Petrie, Lou Polan, Abraham J. Spelvin, Margaret Waller, Sam Wanamaker (as "Lester Freed"), Alfred White, Mervin Williams. Produced by Carly Wharton and Martin Gabel.

(1942). Stage Play: The Strings, My Lord, Are False. Drama. Written by Paul Vincent Carroll. Directed by Elia Kazan. Royale Theatre: 19 May 1942- 30 May 1942 (15 performances). Cast: Frances Bavier (as "Sarah"), Philip Bourneuf (as "Jerry Hoare"), Ralph Cullinan (as "Alec"), Constance Dowling (as "Maisie Gillespie "), Reynolds Evans (as "Monsignor Skinner"), Ruth Gordon (as "Iris Ryan"), Margot Grahame (as "Sadie O'Neill"), Walter Hampden (as "Canon Courtenay"), Hurd Hatfield (as "Religious Man"), Colin Keith-Johnston, Will Lee (as "Louis Liebens"), Sherman MacGregor, Alice MacKenzie, John McKee, Anna Minot, Gordon Nelson, Hale Norcross (as "Provost Grahamson"), Joan H. Shepard, Art Smith, Tom Tully, Ruth Vivian (as "Ma Morrisey"), Anna Minot Warren. Produced by Edward Choate. Produced in association with Alexander Kirkland and John R. Sheppard Jr.

(1942). Stage Play: The Skin of Our Teeth. Comedy. Written by Thornton Wilder. Press Representative: Richard Maney and John L. Toohey. Stage Manager: B.D. Kranz. Assistant Stage Mgr: Stanley Prager. Directed by Elia Kazan. Plymouth Theatre: 18 Nov 1942- 25 Sep 1943 (359 performances). Cast: Tallulah Bankhead (as "Sabina"), Florence Eldridge (as "Mrs. Antrobus"), Fredric March (as "Mr. Antrobus"), Remo Bufano (as "Dinosaur"), Carroll Clark, Harry Clark, Montgomery Clift (as "Henry"), Stephan Cole, Ralph Cullinan (as "Homer"), Morton Da Costa, Viola Dean (as "Ivy"), Aubrey Fassett, Edith Faversham, Seumas Flynn, Arthur Griffin, Frances Heflin (as "Gladys"), Ralph Kellard (as "Professor/Mr. Tremayne") [final Broadway role], Emily Lorraine, E.G. Marshall (as "Mr. Fitzpatrick"), Eulabelle Moore (as "Hester"), Eva Mudge Nelson (as "Miss M. Muse"), Stanley Prager (as "Usher/Conveener/Fred Bailey"), Andrew Ratousheff (as "Mammoth"), Florence Reed, Patricia Riordan, Elizabeth Scott, Joseph Smiley, Earl Sydnor (as "Chair Pusher"), Dick Van Patten (as "Telegraph Boy") [credited as Dickie Van Patten], Stanley Weede (as "Conveener"). Produced by Michael Myerberg.

(1943). Stage Play: Harriet. Written by Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements. Music orchestrated by Alexander Haas and Roland Haas. Music arranged by Alexander Haas and Roland W. Haas. Directed by Elia Kazan. Henry Miller's Theatre: 3 Mar 1943- 1 Apr 1944 (377 performances).

(1943). Stage Play: One Touch of Venus. Musical comedy. Music by Kurt Weill. Book by S.J. Perelman and Ogden Nash. Lyrics by Ogden Nash. Suggested by "The Tinted Venus" by F. Anstey. Music orchestrated by Kurt Weill. Music arranged by Kurt Weill. Musical Director: Maurice Abravanel. Musical Staging by Agnes de Mille. Scenic Design by Howard Bay. Costume Design by Paul Du Pont and Kermit Love. Miss Martin's gowns by Mainbocher. Sound Consultant: Saki Oura. Directed by Elia Kazan. Imperial Theatre (moved to The 46th Street Theatre from 26 Jan 1944- close): 7 Oct 1943- 10 Feb 1945 (567 performances). Cast: John Boles (as "Whitelaw Savory"), Mary Martin (as "Venus"), Kenny Baker (as "Rodney Hatch"), Lynn Alden (as "Singing Ensemble"), Ruth Bond (as "Gloria Kramer"), Sam Bonnell (as "Store Manager/Anatolian"), Zachary A. Charles (as "Sam"), Harry Clark (as "Stanley"), Arthur Davies (as "Singing Ensemble"), Jane Davies (as "Singing Ensemble"), Florence Dunlap (as "Mrs. Moats"), Rose Marie Elliot (as "Singing Ensemble"), Carle Erbele (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Matthew Farrar (as "Anatolian/Singing Ensemble"), Nelle Fisher (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Bert Freed (as "Police Lieutenant"), William Garrett (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Teddy Hart (as "Taxi Black"), Ruth Harte (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Jinx Heffelfinger (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Jane Hoffman (as "Rose"), Jean Houloose (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Beatrice Hudson (as "Singing Ensemble"), Ann Hutchinson (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Julie Jefferson (as "Singing Ensemble"), Pearl Lang (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Paula Laurence (as "Molly Grant"), Ralph Linn (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Allyn Ann McLerie (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Lavina Nielsen (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Duncan Noble (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Sono Osato (as "Premiere Danseuse"), Helen Raymond (as "Mrs. Kramer"), Ginee Richardson (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Willa Rollins (as "Singing Ensemble"), Patricia Schaeffer (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Kevin Smith (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Betty Spain (as "Singing Ensemble"), Johnny Stearns (as "Dr. Rook"), Harold J. Stone (as "Zuvelti"), Kirsten Valbor (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Jeffrey Warren (as "Singing Ensemble"), William Weber (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Lou Wills Jr. (as "Bus Starter/Dancing Ensemble"), Parker Wilson (as "Dancing Ensemble"). Replacement actors: Diana Adams (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Anita Alvarez (as "Premiere Danseuse"), Ben Cutler (as "Rodney Hatch"), Arthur Davies (as "Police Lieutenant"), Dody Goodman [credited as Dolores Goodman] (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Phillip Gordon (as "Sam"), Diana Gray (as "Singing Ensemble"), Ray Harrison (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Marion Kohler (as "Singing Ensemble"), Welland Lathrop (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Jack Mann (as "Taxi Black"), Regis Powers (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Mack Shanks (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Edward Ubell (as "Stanley"), Frank Westbrook Dancing Ensemble"), Lester Wolf (as "Singing Ensemble"). Produced by Cheryl Crawford. Associate Producer: John Wildberg.

(1944). Stage Play: Jacobowsky and the Colonel. Comedy. Written by S.N. Behrman. Based on an original play by Franz Werfel. Incidental music by Paul Bowles. Assistant Stage Mgr: Bettina Cerf. General Stage Manager: Coby Ruskin. Directed by Elia Kazan. Martin Beck Theatre: 14 Mar 1944- 10 Mar 1945 (417 performances). Cast: Annabella (as "Marianne") [Broadway debut], Louis Calhern (as "Colonel Tadeusz Boleslav Stjerbinsky"), Oskar Karlweis (as "S.L. Jacobowsky"), Harold Vermilyea (as "Gestapo Official"), J. Edward Bromberg (as "Szabuniewicz"), Donald Cameron (as "Monsieur Serouille/Senator Brisson") [final Broadway role], Philip Collier (as "Air Raid Warden"), Philip Coolidge (as "The Dice Player"), Harry Davis (as "Soloman/Papa Clarion"), Louise Dowdney (as "A Young Girl"), Joseph Kallini (as "Street Singer"), Peter Kass (as "Szycke"), Edward Kreisler (as "Sergeant De Ville/Second French Soldier") [Broadway debut], Don Lee (as "Wilhelm/First German Soldier"), Jules Leni (as "Child"), Jane Marbury (as "Old Lady from Arras"), E.G. Marshall (as "Brigadier"), Kitty Mattern (as "Cosette"), Bob Merritt (as "Max/Second German Soldier"), Frank Overton (as "First Lieutenant"), Coby Ruskin (as "A Chauffeur"), William Sanders (as "The Commissaire"), Burton Tripp (as "Gendarme/First French Soldier"), Hilda Vaughn (as "Madame Bouffier"), Harrison Winter (as "Sleeping Shopkeeper"), Barry O'Moore (as "The Tragic Gentleman"). Replacement actors: Donald Arbury (as "Monsieur Serouille/Senator Brisson"), Oliver Cliff (as "The Dice Player"), Loney Lewis (as "Szabuniewicz"), Herbert Ratner (as "Air Raid Warden/Max/Second German Soldier"), Gwilym Williams (as "Street Singer"). Produced by The Theatre Guild (Theresa Helburn, Lawrence Langner: Administrative Directors). Produced in association with Jack H. Skirball. Note: Filmed by William Goetz Productions [distributed by Columbia Pictures] as Me and the Colonel (1958).

(1944). Stage Play: Harriet (Revival). Written by Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements.

(1945). Stage Play: Dunnigan's Daughter.

(1946). Stage Play: Truckline Cafe. Written by Maxwell Anderson. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Costume Design by Millia Davenport. Directed by Harold Clurman. Belasco Theatre: 27 Feb 1946- 9 Mar 1946 (13 performances). Cast: Joseph Adams (as "Second Man"), Marlon Brando (as "Sage McRae"), Irene Dailey (as "Angie"), Joann Dolan (as "Evvie Garrett"), Leila Ernst (as "Sissie"), Louis A. Florence (as "Matt"), Lou Gilbert (as "Man With a Pail"), Virginia Gilmore (as "Anne"), Solen Hayes (as "First Man"), Peter Hobbs (as "The Breadman"), Lorraine Kirby (as "First Woman"), Karl Malden (as "Stag"), David Manners (as "Wing Commander Hern"), June March (as "Mildred"), Kevin McCarthy (as "Maurice"), Peggy Meredith (as "Janet"), Anne Morgan (as "First Girl"), Frank Overton (as "Toby"), Richard Paul (as "Bimi"), Ann Shepherd (as "Tory McRae"), Robert Simon (as "Patrolman Gray"), Eugene Steiner (as "Tuffy Garrett"), Rose Steiner (as "Second Woman"), Gloria Stroock (as "Second Girl"), John Sweet (as "Stew"), Ralph Theodore (as "Kip"), Kenneth Tobey (as "Hutch"), Joanne Tree (as "Celeste"), June Walker (as "Min"), 'Richard Waring' (qv (as "Mort"), Jutta Wolf (as "June"). Produced by Harold Clurman and Elia Kazan, in association with The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, S.N. Behrman, John F. Wharton).

(1947). Stage Play: All My Sons. Drama. Won Tony award.

(1947). Stage Play: A Streetcar Named Desire. Drama. Written by Tennessee Williams. Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Assistant to Mr. Mielziner: John Harvey and Arthur H. Ross. Musical Advisor: Lehman Engel. Company Manager: Max Siegel. Directed by Elia Kazan. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 3 Dec 1947- 17 Dec 1949 (855 performances). Cast: Marlon Brando (as "Stanley Kowalski"), Jessica Tandy (as "Blanche Du Bois"), Kim Hunter (as "Stella Kowalski"), Karl Malden (as "Harold Mitchell/Mitch"), Rudy Bond, Vito Christi, Nick Dennis (as "Pablo Gonzales"), Ann Dere, Richard Garrick, Peg Hillias, Gee Gee James, Edna Thomas. Produced by Irene Mayer Selznick.

(1948). Stage Play: Sundown Beach.

(1948). Stage Play: Love Life. Musical.

(1949). Stage Play: Death of a Salesman. Drama. Written by Arthur Miller. Incidental music by Alex North. Lighting and Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Elia Kazan. Morosco Theatre: 10 Feb 1949- 18 Nov 1950 (742 performances). Cast: Lee J. Cobb (as "Willy Loman"), Thomas Chalmers (as "Uncle Ben"), Mildred Dunnock (as "Linda"), Alan Hewitt, Arthur Kennedy (as "Biff"), Cameron Mitchell (as "Happy"), Howard Smith (as "Charley"), Hope Cameron, Winifred Cushing (as "The Woman"), Anne Driscoll (as "Secretary"), Constance Ford (as "Miss Forsythe"), Don Keefer (as "Bernard"), Tom Pedi (as "Stanley"). Replacement cast: Peggy Allenby (as "Linda"), Albert Dekker (as "Willy Loman"), Ann Driscoll (as "Letta"), James Gregory (as "Biff"), Edwin Jerome (as "Uncle Ben"), Gene Lockhart (as "Willy Loman") [from Dec 1949- ?], Frank Maxwell (as "Happy"), Thomas Mitchell (as "Willy Loman"), Robert Simon (as "Secretary/Willy Loman"). Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden and Walter Fried.

(1950). Stage Play: A Streetcar Named Desire. Drama (revival). Written by Tennessee Williams. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard. Directed by Elia Kazan. City Center: 23 May 1950- unknown (16 performances). Cast: Jorja Curtright (as "Stella Kowalski"), Arny Freeman (as "Pablo Gonzales"), Uta Hagen (as "Blanche Du Bois"), Harry Kersey (as "Steve Hubbell"), Wright King (as "Young Collector"), George Mathews (as "Harold Mitchell/Mitch"), Eulabelle Moore (as "Negro Woman"), Anthony Quinn (as "Stanley Kowalski"), Peggy Rea (as "Eunice Hubbell"), Edna Thomas (as "Mexican Woman"). Produced by Irene Mayer Selznick. Note: Filmed by Warner Bros. as A Streetcar Named Desire (1951).

(1952). Stage Play: Flight Into Egypt. Drama. Written by George Tabori. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Elia Kazan. Music Box Theatre: 18 Mar 1952- 19 Apr 1952 (46 performances). Cast: Joseph Anthony, Leon Bibb, Voytek Dolinski, Randolph Echols, Edgar Franken, Chris Gampel, Gusti Huber, Don Keefer, Paul Lukas, Ellen Mahar, Paul Mann, Zero Mostel, David Opatoshu, John Rodney, Fred Stewart, Jo Van Fleet, Fred Williams. Produced by Irene Mayer Selznick.

(1953). Stage Play: Camino Real. Drama. Written by Tennessee Williams. Incidental music by Bernardo Ségall. Musical Director: Betty Walberg. Directed by Elia Kazan. National Theatre: 17 Mar 1953- 9 May 1953 (60 performances). Cast: Joseph Anthony, Ronnie Aul, Martin Balsam (as "A Bum in a Window/Pilot of the Fugitivo/Ensemble at the Fiesta/Guest"), Aza Bard, Barbara Baxley, Mike Gazzo, Jennie Goldstein, Ernesto Gonzalez, Mary Grey, Hurd Hatfield (as "An Ancient Knight, A Romantic Poet"), Page Johnson, Charlotte Jones, William Lennard, Salem Ludwig, Vivian Nathan, Lucille Patton, Nehemiah Persoff (as "1st Street Cleaner/Ensemble at the Fiesta"), Fred Sadoff, Gluck Sandor, Henry Silva (as "1st Officer"), Frank Silvera (as "Gutman"), David J. Stewart, Guy Thomajan, Rolando Valdez, Jo Van Fleet (as "A Lady of Legend"), Joanna Vischer, Ruth Volner, Antony Vorno, Eli Wallach. Produced by Cheryl Crawford and Ethel Reiner. Produced in association with Walter P. Chrysler, Jr.

(1953). Stage Play: Tea and Sympathy. Drama. Written by Robert Anderson. Lighting and Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Elia Kazan. Ethel Barrymore Theatre (moved to The Longacre Theatre from 9 Feb 1955- 9 Apr 1955, then moved to The 48th Street Theatre from 11 Apr 1955- close): 30 Sep 1953- 18 Jun 1955 (712 performances). Cast: Deborah Kerr, Leif Erickson, John Kerr, Richard Franchot, Florida Friebus, John McGovern (as "Herbert Lee"), Richard Midgley, Arthur Steuer, Alan Sues (as "Ralph"), Yale Wexler, Dick York (as "Al") [Broadway debut]. Replacement cast [during Ethel Barrymore Theatre run]: Regis Caddic (as "Paul"), Mary Fickett (as "Laura Reynolds"), Joan Fontaine (as "Laura Reynolds") [Broadway debut], Anthony Perkins (as "Tom Lee") [Broadway debut], Yale Wexler (as "Al"). [No other replacements known during subsequent theatre runs]. Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, Robert Anderson, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Roger L. Stevens, John F. Wharton). Produced in association with Mary K. Frank. Note: Filmed as Tea and Sympathy (1956).

(1955). Stage Play: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Drama. Written by Tennessee Williams. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard. Assistant Designer to Jo Mielziner: John Harvey. Assistant to Lucinda Ballard: Florence Klotz. Production Stage Manager: Robert Downing. Directed by Elia Kazan. Morosco Theatre: 24 Nov 1955- 17 Nov 1956 (695 performances). Cast: Barbara Bel Geddes (as "Maggie"), Burl Ives (as "Big Daddy"), Mildred Dunnock (as "Big Mama"), Ben Gazzara (as "Brick"), R.G. Armstrong (as "Dr. Baugh"), Janice Dunn, Seth Edwards (as "Sonny"), Maxwell Glanville, Pauline Hahn (as "Dixie"), Pat Hingle (as "Gooper/Brother Man"), Brownie McGhee, Darryl Richard, Madeleine Sherwood, Eva Vaughn Smith, Fred Stewart (as "Rev. Tooker"), Sonny Terry, Musa Williams. Replacement actors: Jimmy Bayer (as "Buster"), Nancy Clark (as "Trixie"), Claiborne Foster (as "Big Mama"), Thomas Gomez (as "Big Daddy"), Jack Lord (as "Brick"), Michele Mordana (as "Trixie/Dixie"), Patricia Neal (as "Maggie") [12 Mar 1956- 31 Mar 1956], Alex Nicol (as "Brick"), Nicholas Paul (as "Sonny"), Marjorie Steele (as "Maggie") [from 25 Jun 1956- ?], Rip Torn [credited as Elmore Rual Torn, Jr.] (as "Brick") [Broadway debut]. Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, Robert Anderson, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Roger L. Stevens, John F. Wharton). Note: Filmed by MGM as Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958) starring Paul Newman and Elizabeth Taylor.

(1958). Stage Play: Dark at the Top of the Stairs. Drama. Written by William Inge. Directed by Elia Kazan. Music Box Theatre: 5 Dec 1957- 17 Jan 1959 (468 performances). Cast: Eileen Heckart, Pat Hingle, Teresa Wright, Evans Evans, Timmy Everett, Frank Overton, Anthony Ray, Carl Reindel, Judith Robinson, Charles Saari, Jonathan Shawn. Produced by Arnold Saint Subber. Note: Nominated for a Tony award.

(1958). Stage Play: The Shadow of a Gunman. Drama (revival).

(1958). Stage Play: J.B. Drama. Written by Archibald Macleish. Production Designed by Boris Aronson. Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard. Directed by Elia Kazan. ANTA Playhouse: 11 Dec 1958- 24 Oct 1959 (364 performances). Cast: Raymond Massey (as "Mr. Zuss"), Christopher Plummer (as "Nickels"), Nan Martin (as "Sarah"), Lane Bradbury, Bert Conway (as "Bildad"), Ivor Francis (as "Zophar"), Pat Hingle (as "J.B."), Arnold Merritt, Judith Lowry (as "Mrs. Adams"), James Olson (as "First Roustabout"), Laura Pierpont (as "Mrs. Murphy"), Ford Rainey (as "Prompter"), Jeffrey Rowland (as "Jonathan"), Fay Sappington (as "Mrs. Lesure"), Andreas Voutsinas (as "Eliphaz"), Janet Ward (as "Girl"), Helen Waters (as "Mrs. Botticelli"). Replacement actors: Nancy Cushman (as "Mrs. Botticelli"), James Daly (as "J.B."), Clifton James (as "Second Roustabout"), Pamela King (as "Jolly"), Elaine Martin (as "Mary"), James Olson (as "First Roustabout"), Ford Rainey (as "J.B."), Basil Rathbone (as "Mr. Zuss"), Ronnie Walken (as "David"). Produced by Alfred De Liagre Jr. Associate Producer: Joseph I. Levine. Note: Won 1959 Tony Award for Best Play and 1959 Pulitzer Prize for Drama (Archibald Macleish).

(1959). Stage Play: Sweet Bird of Youth. Drama. Written by Tennessee Williams. Incidental music by Paul Bowles. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Anna Hill Johnstone. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costumes for Miss Page created by Theoni Vachlioti Aldredge. Assistant Scenic Design: Hugh Hardy. Associate Designer to Mr. Mielziner: John Harvey. Directed by Elia Kazan. Martin Beck Theatre: 10 Mar 1959- 30 Jan 1960 (375 performances). Cast: Sidney Blackmer (as "Boss Finley"), Paul Newman (as "Chance Wayne"), Geraldine Page (as "Princess Kosmonopolis"), Martine Bartlett, Kenneth Blake, Hilda Brawner, Bruce Dern (as "Stuff"), Duke Farley, Ron Harper, Diana Hyland (as "Heavenly Finney"), James Jeter, Monica May, Charles McDaniel, John Napier, Logan Ramsey (as "George Scudder"), Patricia Ripley, Madeleine Sherwood, Glenn Stensel, Earl Sydnor, Rip Torn (as "Tom Junior"), Charles Tyner, Milton J. Williams. Replacement actors: Jack Betts (as "Page"), Norman Burton (as "Bud"), Duke Farley (as "Hatcher"), John Karlen (as "Tom Junior"), Kip McArdle (as "Miss Lucy"), Anne Ramsey (as "Maid"), Robert Readick (as "Tom Junior"), Hack Rightor (as "Scotty"), Patricia Sales (as "Violet/Maid"), Glenn Stensel (as "Stuff"), Rip Torn (as "Chance Wayne"). Produced by Cheryl Crawford. Note: Nominated for Tony award (Best Direction + 2 others; no wins).

(1963). Stage Play: Strange Interlude.

(1963). Stage Play: Marathon '33.

(1964). Stage Play: The Changeling. Written by Thomas Middleton and William Rowley. Incidental music by David Amram. Madmen's choreography by Crystal Field. Scenic Design by David Hays. Directed by Elia Kazan. ANTA Washington Square Theatre: 29 Oct 1964- 23 Dec 1964 (32 performances/played in repertory with After The Fall, Incident at Vichy, Tartuffe]. Cast: Stanley Beck (as "Antonio"), Mariclare Costello (as "Maid"), Scott Cunningham (as "Tomazo"), Faye Dunaway (as "Maid"), Crystal Field (as "Scullery Maid"), James Greene (as "Jasperino"), Clinton Kimbrough (as "Pedro"), John Phillip Law (as "Alsemero"), Barbara Loden (as "Beatrice"), Paul Mann (as "Vermandero"), Barry Primus (as "De Flores"), Lanna Saunders (as "Diaphanta"), Harold Scott (as "Alonzo"), Diane Shalet (as "Isabella"), David J. Stewart (as "Lollio"), Michael Strong (as "Alibius"), Jack Waltzer (as "Franciscus"). Understudies: George Bartenieff, Mark Epstein, Patricia Fay, Alexander Gam, John Garces, Richard Khan, Don McGovern, Wendell K. Phillips, Herbert Ratner [final Broadway credit], John Sarno and Andreas Voutsinas. Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Robert Whitehead and Elia Kazan). Executive Consultant: Harold Clurman.

(2009) Book: "Kazan on Directing". New York: Vintage. ISBN 9780307277046.

(May 8, 1936) He played Keller in Clifford Odets' play, "Waiting for Lefty," in a Group Theater Company production at the Selwyn Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Morris Carnovsky (Harry Fatt); Art Smith (Joe); Ruth Nelson (Edna); Tony Kraber (Miller); Louis Leverett (Irv); Phoebe Brand (Florrie); Jules Garfield (Sid); Bob Lewis (Clayton); Sanford Meisner (henchman); Maury Miller (henchman); Roman Bolmen (Dr. Barnes); Luther Adler (Dr. Benjamin); and William Challee (a man) in the cast.

(September 23, 1948) He directed Tennessee Williams' play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," at the Harris Theater in Chicago, Illinois with Eulabelle Moore (African American woman); Peggy Rea (Eunice Hubbel); Anthony Quinn (Stanley Kowalski); Russell Hardie (Harold "Mitch" Mitchell); Mary Welch (Stella Kowalski); Harry Kersey (Steve Hubbel); Uta Hagen (Blanche Dubois); Arny Freeman (Pablo Gonzalez); Wright King (a young collector); Sidonia Kapero (Mexican woman); Angela Jacobs (strange woman); and Arthur Row (strange man) in the cast. Jo Mielziner was scenic designer. Elia Kazan was director. Harold Clurman was tour director.

(March 28 to April 4, 1949) He directed Tennessee Williams' play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," in a National Tour production at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Uta Hagen (Blanche Dubois); Anthony Quinn (Stanley Kowalski); Russell Hardie; Mary Welch (Stella Kowalski); Eulabelle Moore; Peggy Rea; Harry Kersey; Arny Freeman; Wright King; Sidonie Espero; Angela Jacobs; and Arthur Row in the cast. Jo Mielziner was set designer. Lucinda Ballard was costume designer. Irene M. Selznick was producer.

(January 7 to 14, 1957) He directed Tennessee Williams' play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," in a Playwrights Company production at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Marjorie Steele (Maggie); Alex Nicol (Brick); Thomas Gomez (Big Daddy); Maxwell Glanville; Musa Williams; Madeleine Sherwood; John Anderson; Mary Bell; Gerri Hollis; Jeffrey Anderson; Bonny Hollis; Murray Bennett; Will Hussung; Eva Vaughn Smith; Brownie McGhee; and Sonny Terry in the cast. Jo Mielziner was set designer. Lucinda Ballard was costume designer.

(December 14-21, 1959) He directed Archibald MacLeish's play, "J.B.," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Basil Rathbone, Frederic Worlock, Michael Higgins, James Ray, Richard Kuss, Eulalie Noble, Ronn Cummins, Peggy Lang, Paul Robertson, Ina Beth Cummins, Lynne Robertson, Marianna Conway, Ann Dere, Mary Riddle, Elaine Ivans, Laura Pierpont, Bert Conway, Ivor Francis, and Gene Gross in the cast. David Avram was composer. Boris Aronson was set designer. Lucinda Ballard was costume designer. Alfred De Liagre Jr. was producer.

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