Leo G. Carroll Poster

Other Works

  • (1912 - 1956) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1912) Stage Play: Rutherford & Son. Written by K.G. Sowerby. Directed by Norman McKinnel. Little Theatre: 24 Dec 1912- Feb 1913 (closing date unknown/63 performances). Cast: Marie Ault, J. Cook Beresford, J.V. Bryant, Leo G. Carroll [Broadway debut], Norman McKinnel, Thyrza Norman, Edyth Olive, Agnes Thomas. Produced by Winthrop Ames.
  • (1913) Stage Play: Everyman (Revival). Written by Peter Dorland. Children's Theatre: 10 Mar 1913- Mar 1913 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Leo G. Carroll, Lenore Caulfield, Charles Francis, Winifred Fraser, Ben Greet, George Hare, Clarice Laurence, Edith Wynne Matthison, Elizabeth Patterson, Leopold Profeit, Beverly Sitgreaves, George Vivian, Ruth Vivian. Produced by Liebler & Co.
  • (1924) Stage Play: Havoc. Written by Harry Wall. Directed by Leo G. Carroll. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 1 Sep 1924- Oct 1924 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Claud Allister (as "Captain Taylor") [Broadway debut], Joyce Barbour (as "Violet Derring") [Broadway debut], Cosmo Kyrle Bellew (as "Mr. Stephens"), Richard Bird (as "The Babe"), Leo G. Carroll (as "Roddy Dunton"), Jack Esmond (as "Hospital Orderly"), Ralph Forbes (as "Dick Chappell") [Broadway debut], Ethel Griffies (as "Alice Derring"), Denis Gurney (as "Private Jones"), Forrester Harvey (as "Biddie"), Vincent Holman (as "Sergt.-Major Paley") [only Broadway role], Mollie Johnson (as "Tessie Dunton"), William Kershaw (as "Smithy"), Donovan Maule (as "Lance-Corporal Higgins"), Ruth Raymonde (as "Bennett"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1925) Stage Play: The Vortex. Written by Noël Coward. Directed by Basil Dean and Noël Coward. Henry Miller's Theatre: 16 Sep 1925- Jan 1926 (closing date unknown/157 performances). Cast: Thomas Braidon [credited as Thomas A. Braidon] (as "Bruce Fairlight"), Lilian Braithwaite (as "Florence Lancaster"), Leo G. Carroll (as "Pauncefort Quentin"), Noël Coward (as "Nicky Lancaster"), David Glassford (as "David Lancaster"), George Harcourt (as "Preston"), Alan Hollis (as "Tom Veryan"), Molly Kerr (as "Bunty Mainwaring"), Auriol Lee (as "Helen Saville"), Jeannette Sherwin (as "Clara Hibbert"). Produced by Joseph P. Bickerton Jr. Produced in association with Basil Dean.
  • (1926) Stage Play: The Constant Nymph. Written by Margaret Kennedy and Basil Dean. Incidental music by Eugene Goosens. Directed by Basil Dean. Selwyn Theatre: 9 Dec 1926- Apr 1927 (closing date unknown/148 performances). Cast: Glenn Anders (as "Lewis Dodd"), Percy Baverstock (as "Robert Mainwaring"), J.H. Brewer (as "Dr. Dawson"), Leo G. Carroll (as "Peveril Leyburn"), Harry Cooke (as "A Clerk"), Thomas Coffin Cooke (as "A Fireman"), Edward Emery (as "Charles Churchill"), William Evans (as "An Usher"), Loretta Higgins (as "Lydia Mainwaring/Katerina"), Louise Huntington (as "Paulina Sanger"), Gloria May Kelly (as "Susan"), Paul Ker (as "Kiril Trigorin"), Ruth Nugent (as "Antonia Sanger"), Sidney Paxton (as "Sir Bartlemy Pugh"), Olive Reeves-Smith (as "Kate Sanger/Erda Leyburn"), Lotus Robb (as "Florence Churchill"), Jane Saville (as "Millicent Gregory"), Louis Sorin (as "Jacob Birnbaum"), Harry Sothern (as "Roberto"), Katherine Stewart (as "Madame Marxse"), Beatrice Thomson (as "Teresa Sanger"), Marian Warring-Manley. Produced by George C. Tyler and Basil Dean. Note: Filmed by Gainsborough Pictures [UK] as The Constant Nymph (1928), and by Warner Bros. as The Constant Nymph (1943).
  • (1927) Stage Play: Speak Easy. Melodrama. Written by Edward Knoblock and George Rosener. Mansfield Theatre: 26 Sep 1927- Nov 1927 (closing date unknown/57 performances). Cast: Leopold Badia (as "Willy Boy") [Broadway debut], Donald Campbell (as "Paul Martin"), Leo G. Carroll (as "Fuzzy Arnold"), John Crone (as "Junkie Joe"), Dorothy Hall (as "Alice Woods"), Beatrice Lee (as "Daisy"), Marie Pettes (as "Old Annie"), Kate Roemer (as "Teddy"), Adelaide Rondelle (as "Rita"), Ann Shoemaker (as "Min Denton"), Ruthelma Stevens (as "Virginia Arnold"), Arthur Vinton (as "Cannon Costello"), Edward Woods. Produced by William B. Friedlander.
  • (1928) Stage Play: Diversion. Written by John Van Druten. Directed by Jane Cowl. 48th Street Theatre: 11 Jan 1928- Mar 1928 (closing date unknown/62 performances). Cast: Richard Bird, Leo G. Carroll, Eleanor Daniels, Harry Green, Ruby Hallier, Rose Hobart, Morton Lucas, Nan Marriott-Watson, Cathleen Nesbitt, Guy Standing, Elsie Wagstaff. Produced by Adolph Klauber.
  • (1928) Stage Play: Heavy Traffic. Comedy. Written by Arthur Richman. Directed by Bertram Harrison. Empire Theatre: 5 Sep 1928- Oct 1928 (closing date unknown/61 performances). Cast: Herbert Belmore, Mary Boland (as "Rosalie West"), Leo G. Carroll (as "Tommy Fairchild"), Edward Crandall, Jean Dixon, Reginald Mason, A.E. Matthews (as "Ralph Corbin"), Robert Strange, Kay Strozzi (as "Isabel Mancini"). Produced by Charles Frohman Inc.
  • (1928) Stage Play: The Perfect Alibi. Comedy. Written by A.A. Milne. Assistant Director: William Keighley. Directed by Charles Hopkins. Charles Hopkins Theatre: 27 Nov 1928- Jul 1929 (closing date unknown/255 performances). Cast: Harry Beresford, H. Langdon Bruce, Alan Bunce, Leo G. Carroll, Carson Davenport, Catherine Doucet, Richie Ling, Mary Newham-Davis, Ivan Simpson, Ernest Stallard [final Broadway role], Vivian Tobin. Produced by Charles Hopkins and William Keighley.
  • (1929) Stage Play: The Novice and the Duke. Comedy.
  • (1930) Stage Play: Mrs. Moonlight. Drama. Written by Benn W. Levy. Directed by Charles Hopkins. Charles Hopkins Theatre: 29 Sep 1930- Jul 1931 (closing date unknown/321 performances). Cast: Edith Barrett, Guy Standing (as "Tom Moonlight"), Haidee Wright (as "Minnie"), Leo G. Carroll (as "Percy Middling"), Kathryn Collier, Vernon Kelso (as "Willie Ragg"), John Ross, Katherine Standing. Produced by Charles Hopkins.
  • (1932) Stage Play: Too True to Be Good. Comedy.
  • (1932) Stage Play: Troilus and Cressida. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Arranged in three acts by Henry Herbert. Directed by Henry Herbert. B.S. Moss's Broadway Theatre: 6 Jun 1932- 13 Jun 1932 (8 performances). Cast: Edith Barrett, Charles Brokaw (as "Paris"), Eliot Cabot, Alan Campbell, Leo G. Carroll (as "Aeneas, a Trojan officer"), Charles Coburn (as "Ajax, officer in the Greek expeditionary force"), Ivah Wills Coburn, F. Sayre Crawley, Augustin Duncan, Edwin T. Emery, Reynolds Evans (as "Achilles, officer in the Greek expeditionary force"), Ruth Garland, George Gaul, Burford Hampden, Gordon Hart, Eileen Huban, Allyn Joslyn (as "Diomedes, officer in the Greek expeditionary force"), P.J. Kelly, John Kramer, Howard Kyle, Jerome Lawler, Robert Le Seuer, Philip Leigh (as "Helenus, Priam's son"), Eugene Powers, Herbert Ranson, William Sams, Margherita Sargent, Otis Skinner (as "Thersites, a civilian attached to the Greek expeditionary force"), Blanche Yurka (as "Helen, formerly wife of Menelaus"). Produced by The Players Club.
  • (1933) Stage Play: The Mask and the Face.
  • (1933) Stage Play: The Green Bay Tree. Drama. Written by Mordaunt Shairp. Scenic Design by Robert Edmond Jones. Directed by Jed Harris. Cort Theatre: 20 Oct 1933- Mar 1934 (closing date unknown/166 performances). Cast: Leo G. Carroll (as "Trump"), James Dale (as "Mr. Dulcimer"), Jill Esmond (as "Leonora Yale"), O.P. Heggie (as "Mr. Owen") [final Broadway role], Laurence Olivier (as "Julian"). Produced by Jed Harris.
  • (1935) Stage Play: Petticoat Fever. Farce. Written by Mark Reed. Directed by Alfred De Liagre Jr.. Ritz Theatre: 4 Mar 1935- Jul 1935 (closing date unknown/137 performances). Cast: Robert Bentzen (as "Scotty"), Leo G. Carroll (as "Sir James Fenton"), Goo Chong (as "Kimo"), Leo Curley (as "Captain George Landry"), Doris Dalton (as "Ethel Campion"), Frances Hogan (as "Snow Bird"), Dennis King (as "Dascom Dinsmore"), Naoe Kondo (as "Little "), Ona Munson (as "Clara Wilson"), Joaquin Souther. Produced by Richard Aldrich and Alfred De Liagre Jr. Note: Filmed by MGM as Petticoat Fever (1936), a Robert Montgomery vehicle.
  • (1936) Stage Play: The Masque of Kings.
  • (1936) Stage Play: Mainly for Lovers. Comedy.
  • (1936) Stage Play: Prelude to Exile. Written by William J. McNally. Scenic Design by Lee Simonson. Costume Design by Lee Simonson. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 30 Nov 1936- Jan 1937 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Miriam Battista (as "Cosima Liszt Von Bulow"), Manuel Bernard, Leo G. Carroll (as "Otto Wesendonck"), Arthur Gerry, Beal Hober, Roland Hogue (as "Adolph"), Wilfrid Lawson, Eva Le Gallienne (as "Mathilde Wesendonck"), Henry Levin, Evelyn Varden, Lucile Watson (as "Countess Marie D'Agoult"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1937) Stage Play: Storm Over Patsy. Written by Bruno Frank. Book adapted by James Bridie. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 8 Mar 1937- Apr 1937 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Sara Allgood, J.W. Austin, Carrie Bridewell, Jack Burley, Jack Byrne, Leo G. Carroll (as "The Judge"), Kendall Clark (as "Junior Counsel"), Valerie Cossart, Brenda Forbes, Seymour Gross, Louis Hector (as "Mr. Fraser, the Prosecutor"), Harry Hermsen, John Hoyt (as "Mr. Menzies, K.C.") [credited as John Hoysradt], Elizabeth A. Jones, Frances Kidner, Phyllis Langner, Roger Livesey, Ian McLean, Claudia Morgan, Clement O'Loghlen, Farrell Pelly, Francis Pierlot (as "Joseph McKellar"), Dan Rudsten, Herbert Standing Jr. Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1937) Stage Play: Love of Women. Drama. Written by Aimee Stuart and Philip Stuart. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Leo G. Carroll. John Golden Theatre: 13 Dec 1937- Dec 1937 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Heather Angel (as "Brigit Wingate"), Leo G. Carroll (as "James Harkiness"), Cathleen Cordell (as "Jacqueline Vesey"), Sayre Crawley (as "Mr. Wingate"), Michael Goff (as "Philip Vesey"), Molly Pearson (as "Mrs. Wingate"), Hugh Sinclair (as "John Bourdillion") [final Broadway role], Valerie Taylor (as "Vere Malcolm"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert. Produced in association with Milton Shubert.
  • (1938) Stage Play: Save Me the Waltz. Comedy. Written by Katharine Dayton. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Robert B. Sinclair. Martin Beck Theatre: 28 Feb 1938- Mar 1938 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Reginald Bach, Leslie Barrie, Leo G. Carroll (as "King Frederick IV"), Arthur Chatterton, Mady Christians, Laura Hope Crews (as "The Countess Zubowska"), John Emery, Derek Fairman, Brenda Forbes, Lauren Gilbert, Mary Howes, Arnold Korff (as "Stroock"), Fred Irving Lewis, George Macready (as "Dmitri"), Molly Pearson, Francis Pierlot (as "Chapek"), Mary Reeves, 'Hayden Rorke' (as "Duca"), James Seeley, Martha Sleeper, Jane Wyatt (as "Princess Claudine"). Produced by Max Gordon. Produced in association with Sam Harris.
  • (1938) Stage Play: The Two Bouquets. Musical/operetta.
  • (1940) Stage Play: Love for Love. Comedy (revival). Written by William Congreve. Incidental music by Macklin Marrow. Prologue and epilogue by Charles Hanson Towne. Directed by Robert Edmond Jones. Hudson Theatre: 3 Jun 1940- 8 Jun 1940 (8 performances). Cast: A.G. Andrews (as "Buckram"), Daisy Belmore (as "Nurse"), Jack Benwell, Romney Brent (as "Jeremy"), Leo G. Carroll (as "Scandal"), Thomas Chalmers, Bobby Clark (as "Ben"), Dudley Digges (as "Foresight"), Richard Ellington, Evan Stephen Evans, Dorothy Gish, Walter Hampden (as "Prologue"), Violet Heming (as "Mrs. Frail"), Barry Jones, Paul Parks, Jack Prescott, Herbert Ransom, Cornelia Otis Skinner (as "Angelica"), Neil Skinner, J. Ascher Smith, Edgar Stehli (as "Tattle"), Peggy Wood (as "Mrs. Foresight"). Produced by The Players.
  • (1941) Stage Play: Anne of England.
  • (1941) Stage Play: Angel Street. Thriller.
  • (1944) Stage Play: The Late George Apley. Comedy. Written by John P. Marquand and George S. Kaufman. Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by John P. Marquand. Scenic Design by Stewart Chaney. Costume Design by Stewart Chaney. Lighting Design by Albert Alloy. Wig Design by Alfred Barris. Hair Design by Charles of the Ritz. Make-Up Design by Charles of the Ritz. Press Representative: John Peter Toohey [final Broadway credit]. Casting: Myra Hampton Streger. Advertising: Kenneth Gray. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Lyceum Theatre: 23 Nov 1944- 17 Nov 1945 (384 performances). Cast: Leo G. Carroll (as "George Apley"), Janet Beecher (as "Catherine Apley"), Margaret Dale (as "Amelia Newcombe"), Percy Waram (as "Roger Newcombe"), Mabel Acker (as "Emily Southworth"), Joan Chandler (as "Eleanor Apley"), John Conway (as "Howard Boulder"), Sayre Crawley (as "Henry"), Reynolds Evans (as "Horatio Willing"), David McKay (as "John Apley"), Mrs. Priestly Morrison (as "Margaret"), Margaret Phillips (as "Agnes Willing"), Catherine Proctor (as "Jane Willing"), Byron Russell (as "Wilson"), Howard St. John (as "Julian H. Dole"), Ivy Troutman (as "Lydia Leyton"). Produced by Max Gordon.
  • (1947) Stage Play: The Druid Circle. Written by John Van Druten. Scenic Design and Lighting Design by Stewart Chaney. Directed by John Van Druten. Morosco Theatre: 22 Oct 1947- 20 Dec 1947 (69 performances). Cast: Lillian Bronson (as "Miss Dagnall") [final Broadway role], Leo G. Carroll (as "Professor White"), Boyd Crawford (as "Maddox"), Susan Douglas (as "Megan Lewis"), Ethel Griffies (as "Mrs. White"), Cherry Hardy (as "Blodwen"), Noel Leslie (as "Professor Parry Phillips"), Merle Maddern (as "Miss Trevelyan"), Neva Patterson (as "Brenda Maddox") [Broadway debut], Walter Starkey (as "Tom Lloyd-Ellis"), Aiden Turner (as "Tobin"). Produced by Alfred De Liagre Jr.. Note: Produced as an installment of The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse: Season 1, Episode 23 as The Druid Circle (originally aired 6 Mar 1949) with Leo G. Carroll and Lillian Bronson recreating their stage roles.
  • (1948) Stage Play: You Never Can Tell. Comedy (revival).
  • (1948) Stage Play: Jenny Kissed Me. Comedy.
  • (1951) Stage Play: Mary Rose (Revival). Written by J.M. Barrie. Scenic Design by Jack Landau. Costume Design by Aline Bernstein. Directed by John Stix. ANTA Playhouse: 4 Mar 1951- 16 Mar 1951 (17 performances). Cast: Leo G. Carroll (as "Mr. Morland"), Patricia Collinge (as "Mrs. Morland"), James Daly (as "Harry"), Bethel Leslie (as "Mary Rose"), Peg Mayo (as "Mrs. Otery"), Daniel Reed (as "Rev. George Amy"), Oliver Thorndike (as "Cameron"). Produced by Helen Hayes and ANTA (Alfred De Liagre Jr.: executive producer. Jean Dalrymple: executive director).
  • (1951) Stage Play: Lo and Behold! Comedy.
  • (1953) Stage Play: On Borrowed Time. Comedy (revival).
  • (1931) He acted in Rachel Crothers' play, "Let Us Be Gay," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Violet Heming in the cast.
  • (May 20, 1946) He acted in George S. Kaufman and John P. Marquand's play, "The Late George Apley," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.
  • (March 28, 1960) He acted in Cornelia Otis Skinner and Samuel A. Taylor's play, "The Pleasure of His Company," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Cyril Ritchard and Cornelia Otis Skinner in the cast.
  • (July 1946) He acted in John P. Marquand and George S. Kaufman's play, "The Late George Apley," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine.
  • (July 1946) He acted in Patrick Hamilton's play, "Angel Street," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine.
  • (August 6, 1950) He acted in Rosemary Casey's play, "Once an Actor," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine.

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