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(1924) Stage: Appeared (as "First Lady in Waiting" / "Miss Hey"; Broadway debut) in "Beggar on Horseback" on Broadway. Written by George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly. Broadhurst Theatre: 12 Feb 1924-23 Aug 1924 (223 performances). Cast: Edwin Argus (as "Jerry" / "A Policeman"), Marion Ballou (as "Mrs. Cady"), Richard Barbee (as "Dr. Albert Rice"), George Barbier, 'Anne Carpenger (as "Gladys Cady"), Chappell Cory Jr. (as "A Song-Writer"), Pascal Cowan (as "A Butler"), Drake De Kay (as "First Lord of the Bed Chamber"), Bertrand O. Dolson (as "A Novelist"), Walker M. Ellis (as "A Guide"), Joseph Hamilton (as "Caesar"), Charles A. House (as "A Waiter"), Herbert James (as "Pompey"), Kay Johnson (as "Cynthia Mason"), Hamilton MacFadden (as "A Poet"), Henry Meglup (as "An Artist"), George Mitchell (as "H.R.H. The Crown Prince of Xanadu"), Osgood Perkins (as "Homer Cady"; Broadway debut), Tom Raynor (as "A Lamplighter"), Grethe Rutz-Nissen (as "H.R.H. The Crown Princess of Xanadu"), Maxwell Selzer (as "A Business Man"), James Sumner (as "A Reporter"), Norman Sweetser (as "A Sightseer"), Fay Walker (as "Miss You"), Paul Wilson (as "A Juror"), Roland Young. Produced by Winthrop Ames.

(1925) Stage: Appeared in "Beggar on Horseback" on Broadway (revival). Written by George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly. Shubert Theatre: 23 Mar 1925-Apr 1925 (closing date unknown/16 performances).

(1925) Stage: Appeared in "Weak Sisters" on Broadway. Comedy.

(1926) Stage: Appeared (as "Mrs. Margaret Brent") in "Puppy Love" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Martha M. Stanley and Adelaide Matthews. Directed by Clifford Brooke. 48th Street Theatre: 27 Jan 1926-May 1926 (closing date unknown/111 performances). Cast: Charles S. Abbe (as "Sylvanus Pollard"), Arthur Aylesworth (as "Andy Baxter"), Maude Eburne (as "Medora"), Stuart Fox (as "Arthur Merk"), William Hanley (as "Byron Lockhart"), Mabel Kroman (as "Ivy"), Vivian Martin (as "Jean Brent"), Edward Robins (as "Charlie Cavendish"), Leah Winslow (as "Mrs. Sylvanus Pollard"). Produced by Anne Nichols.

(1926) Stage: Appeared (as "Janet Cannot") in "The Great Adventure" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by Arnold Bennett. Directed / produced by Reginald Pole. Princess Theatre: 22 Dec 1926-Jan 1927 (closing date unknown/45 performances). Cast: Lowden Adams (as "Texel"), Miriam Cutler (as "Honoria Looe"), Wheeler Dryden (as "Dr. Pascoe" / "James Shawn"), George Fitzgerald (as "Lord Leonard Alcar"), Harry Green (as "Peter Horning" / "John Shawn"), Charles Lowden (as "Father Looe"), Henry Mowbray (as "Ebag"), Reginald Pole (as "Ilam Carve"), George Thompson (as "Albert Shawn"), C.T. Van Voorhis (as "Cyrus Carve"), Ruth Vivian (as "Mrs. Albert Shawn"), Wayne Whitten (as "Edward Horning").

(1927) Stage: Appeared in "Skin Deep" on Broadway. Comedy.

(1928) Stage: Appeared (as "Nerissa") in "The Merchant of Venice" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed / produced by Winthrop Ames. Broadhurst Theatre: 16 Jan 1928-Mar 1928 (closing date unknown/64 performances). Cast: Hardie Albright (as "Solanio, friend of Antonio"), George Arliss (as "Shylock, a Jew of Venice"; final Broadway role), Sydney Booth (as "Salarino, friend of Antonio"), Romney Brent (as "Launcelot Gobbo, servant to Shylock"), Hope Cary, George Graham, Murray Kinnell (as "Bassanio, friend of Antonio"), David Leonard, Hugh Miller, Henry Morrell, Guido Nadzo, Lewis Sealy (credited as Lewis A. Sealy; as "Balthasar"), Alan Willey (as "Antonio, a merchant of Venice," "Stephano servant to Portia"), Peggy Wood (as "Portia").

(1925) Stage: Appeared in "Beggar on Horseback" on Broadway.

(1929) Stage: Appeared (as "Mrs. Merriam") in "Be Your Age" on Broadway. Written by Thomas P. Robinson and Esther Willard Bates. Directed by Ira Hards. Belmont Theatre: 4 Feb 1929-Mar 1929 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Romney Brent (as "Dr. Gage"), Edward Broadley (as "Forbes"), Halliwell Hobbes (as "Bishop Bradford"), John Miltern (as "Philip Latimer"), Mary Stills. Produced by Richard Herndon.

(1934) Stage: Appeared in "No Questions Asked" on Broadway. Comedy.

(1965) Unsold pilot: Starred in a sitcom pilot called "The Shady Acres Mob."

(1929) Stage: Appeared (as "Mrs. Henry Jones") in "Jonesy" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Anne Morrison Chapin [credited as Anne Morrison] and John Peter Toohey. Directed / produced by Earle Boothe. Bijou Theatre: 9 Apr 1929-Jul 1929 (closing date unknown/96 performances). Cast: Seldon Bennett (as "Mr. Silverberg"), Helen Brooks, Robert Crozier (as "A Plumber"), Gene Raymond (as "Wilbur Jones"; credited as Raymond Guion), Eloise Keeler, Kate Mayhew (as "Katie"), Jack Mead, Donald Meek (as "Henry Jones"), Percy Moore, Edward Racey, Nydia Westman.

(1930) Stage: Appeared (as "Helen Hobart") in "Once in a Lifetime" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman (also director). Stage Manager: Robert B. Sinclair [earliest Broadway credit]. Scenic Design by Cirker & Robbins. Music Box Theatre: 24 Sep 1930-Sep 1931 (unknown closing date/406 performances). Cast: Frances E. Brandt (as "Mrs. Walker"), Jane Buchanan (as "A Voice Pupil"), George Casselberry (as "One of Three Scenario Writers"), Payson Crane (as "Bellboy"), Louis Cruger (as "Weisskopf"), Janet Currie (as "Phyllis Fontaine"), Jean Dixon (as "May Daniels"), Walter Dreher (as "Rudolph Kammerling"), Marie Ferguson (as "Miss Fontaine's Maid"), Stanley Fitzpatrick (as "Page"), Eugenie Frontai (as "Florabel Leigh"), Harold Grau (as "Mr. Flick"), Charles Halton (as "Herman Glogauer"), Virginia Hawkins (as "Miss Chasen"), John O. Hewitt (as "Electrician"), Marc Loebell (as "Ernest"), Edward Loud (as "Miss Leigh's Chauffeur" / "Leading Man"), Charles Mack (as "Miss Fontaine's Chauffeur"), Georgia MacKinnon (as "Script Girl"), Burton Mallory (as "One of Three Scenario Writers"), Leona Maricle (as "Miss Leighton"), William McFadden (as "Meterstein"), Edwin Mills (as "Page"), Grant Mills (as "Jerry Hyland"), Irving Morrow (as "Bishop"), Hugh O'Connell (as "George Lewis"), Sally Phipps (as "Susan Walker"), Oscar Polk (as "Porter"), Kempton Race (as "One of Three Scenario Writers"), Robert Ryder (as "George's Secretary"), Otis Schaefer (as "Coat Check Girl"), Dorothy Talbot (as "Miss Leigh's Maid"), Frances Thress (as "Bridesmaid"), Clara Waring (as "Cigarette Girl"), Jack Williams (as "Electrician"). Produced by Sam Harris. Replacement actors: Granville Bates (as "Bishop"), Warner Bliss (as "Miss Leigh's Chauffeur"), Jane Buchanan (as "Susan Walker"), Moss Hart (as "Lawrence Vail"), Irving Morrow (as "First Cameraman"). NOTE: Mr. Berlin had no direct involvement with this production aside from theatre ownership (with Sam Harris).

(1928) Stage: Appeared (as "Barbara Warren") in "To-Night at 12" on Broadway. Written by Owen Davis. Directed by Melville Burke. Hudson Theatre: 13 Nov 1928-Jan 1929 (closing date unknown/60 performances). Cast: Patricia Barclay (as "Jane Eldridge), Gerald Cornell (as "Joe"), William David (as "Bill Warren"), Owen Davis Jr. (as "Tony Keith"), Diane Esmonde (as "Nan Stoddard"), Viola Frayne (as "Mary"), Moffat Johnston (as "Prof. Eldridge"), Florence Rittenhouse (as "Dora Eldridge"), William Roselle (as "John Keith"), Ann Shoemaker (as "Alice Keith"), Florence Short (as "Ellen"), Edward H. Wever (as "Tom Stoddard"). Produced by Herman Shumlin.

(1932) Stage: Appeared (as "Lisa Duval") in "We Are No Longer Children" on Broadway. Written by Léopold Marchand. Book adapted by Ilka Chase and William B. Murray. Directed by William A. Brady (also producer) and Leslie Howard. Booth Theatre: 1 Mar 1932-Apr 1932 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Cast: Walter Bonn (as "La Vattier"), Diane Bori (credited as Diana Bori; as "Maid"; Broadway debut), George Dill (as "A Man from the Provinces"), Gertrude Fowler (as "Mariette"), Geoffrey Kerr (as "Jean Servin"), Freya Leigh (as "Cecile Breton"), Edward Mendelssohn (as "Waiter"), Frederick Roland (as "Aristide Breton"), Harold Vermilyea (as "Paul Verdier"), June Walker (as "Roberte"), Wallace Widdicombe (credited as Wallace Widdecombe; as "Count de Moreau"), H.N. Worth (as "Pierre").

(1933) Stage: Appeared (as "Mrs. Bridget Drake") in "When Ladies Meet" on Broadway. Comedy. Written / directed by Rachel Crothers. Royale Theatre: 6 Oct 1932-4 Mar 1933 (173 performances). Cast: Walter Abel (as "Jimmie Lee"), Auguste Aramini (as "Pierre"), 'Frieda Inescort' (as "Mary Howard"), Robert Lowes (as "Walter Manners"), 'Herbert Rawlinson' (as "Rogers Woodruff"), Selena Royle (as "Claire Woodruff"). Produced by John Golden. NOTES: (1) One of the few major hits of the dismal 1932-33 Broadway season. (2) Filmed as When Ladies Meet (1933).

(1934) Stage: Appeared (as "Claire Burnell") in "Jigsaw" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Dawn Powell. Directed by Philip Moeller. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 30 Apr 1934-Jun 1934 (closing date unknown/49 performances). Cast: Albert Bergh (as "Porter"), Eliot Cabot, Gertrude Flynn (as "Julie"), Mabel Kroman, Charles Richman, Shepperd Strudwick (as "Simpson"), Virginia Tracy, Ernest Truex (as "Del Marsh"), Helen Westley (as "Mrs. Finch"), Cora Witherspoon (as "Mrs. Letty Walters"), James York. Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1934) Stage: Appeared (as "Amy Minton"; final Broadway role) in "Piper Paid" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Sarah B. Smith and Viola Brothers Shore. Directed by Clifford Brooke. Ritz Theatre: 25 Dec 1934-Jan 1935 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Edith Barrett (as "Zelda Kay"), Walter Crane (as "A German Waiter"), Frederick De Cordova (as "A German Assistant Hotel Manager"), Donald Douglas (as "David Crane"), Harry Green (as "Basil Gainsborough"), Raymond Hackett (as "Larry Allen"; final Broadway role), John Marston (as "Dr. Martin Sperling"), Katherine Warren (as "Elinor Crane"). Produced by Harold K. Berg. Produced in association with D.W. Lederman.

(1930) She acted in Gilda Varesi Archibald's play, "Enter Madame," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Alice Brady and Bette Davis in the cast.

(1930) She acted W. Somerset Maugham's play, "The Constant Wife," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Chrystal Herne and Bette Davis in the cast.

(1930) She acted in Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman's play, "The Royal Family," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Chrystal Herne and Bette Davis in the cast.

(1931) She acted in the play, "Tea for Three," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Arthur Byron in the cast.

(1931) She acted in the play, "The Second Man," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Earle Larrimore in the cast.

(1932) She acted in Paul Osborn's play, "The Vinegar Tree," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Tom Powers in the cast.

(1932) She acted in Rachel Crothers' play, 'When Ladies Meet," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Walter Abel in the cast.

(1932) She acted in John Willard play, "The Cat and the Canary," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Daphne Wilson and Sanford MacCauley in the cast.

(1963) She acted in John Patrick's play, "The Curious Savage," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Muriel Williams in the cast.

(July 1963) She acted in John Patrick's play, "The Curious Savage," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine.


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