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(1934) Stage: Appeared (as "Hatu"; Broadway debut) in "Theodora, The Quean" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Jo Milward, J. Kirby Hawks. Directed / produced by Jo Graham. Forrest Theatre: 31 Jan 1931-Feb 1931 (closing date unknown/5 performances). Cast: Lina Abarbanell (as "Klytemnestra"), Lester Alden (as "Father Sebastian"), Robert Anderson (as "Guard"), Horace Braham (as "Hypatius"), Raymond Bramley (as "Marcus"), Julia Colin (as "Cici"), Paul Everton (as "Belisarius"), Tom Fadden (as "Tavianus"), Harriet Freeborn (as "Ahgrah"), Carla Gloer (as "Antonina"), Hitous Gray (as "Crier"), Raymond Jones (as "Paul"), Sarat Lahiri (as "Chandra"), Elena Miramova (as "Theodora"), Minor Watson (as "Justinian").

(1934) Stage: Appeared (as "Blacksnake") in "Stevedore" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Paul Peters and George Sklar. Scenic Design by Sointu Syrjala. Directed by Michael Blankfort and Irving Gordon. Civic Repertory Theatre: 18 Apr 1934-Jul 1934 (closing date unknown/111 performances). Cast: Dewey Armstrong, Cal Bellaver, G.I. Harry Bolden (as "Joe Crump"), C.M. Bootsie Davis, Gena May Brown (as "Nanny"), Arthur Bruce, Robert Caille, Jack Carter (as "Lonnie Thompson"), Jack Daley, William C. Elkins, Alonzo Fenderson, Frank Gabrielson, Roy Gillespie, Irving Gordon (as "Charley Freeman"), Millicent Green (as "Florrie"), Esther Hall, Jack Hartley, Georgette Harvey (as "Binnie"), Carrington Lewis (as "Bobo Valentine"), Dodson Mitchell (as "Walcott"), Henry Moy, William Myers, Neill O'Malley, Emily Patterson, I. Peters, Susie Sutton, Edna Thomas, Al Watts, Leigh Whipper (as "Jim Veal"), Jack Williams, Ray Yeates. Produced by Theatre Union, Inc.

(1934) Stage: Appeared (as "Maitre Livers") in "Dance With Your Gods" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Kenneth Perkins. Directed by Robert B. Sinclair. Mansfield Theatre: 6 Oct 1934-Oct 1934 (closing date unknown/9 performances). Cast: John Antiga, Oliver Barbour (as "William Simpson"), Edna Barr, Cuto Beauchamp, Amelia Benskina, William Bodkin, Anita Bogart, Louis Broges, Dewey Brown (as "Jeffries"), Teddy Brown, Olive Burgoyne (as "Madame Chou"), Peter Clark, Iodilo Coker, Cecil Cunningham, Beatrice Elegore, H. Webster Elkins, Marjorie Fowlkes, John Gordon, Olive Gordon, Georgette Harvey (as "Mother Bouche"), George Hayes, Eleanor Hines, Charles Hollis, Lena Horne (as "A Quadronne Girl"; Broadway debut), Lulu B. King, Clifton Lamb, Moses Mainns, Diafmore Martin, Joseph Maxwell, Pauline Moore (as "Ninon Juvenal"), Ethel Purbello, Muriel Robert (as "A Tourist"), Wardell Saunders (as "Ensemble"), Archie Savage (as "Ensemble"), Joseph Scott, Ben Smith, Ella Smith, Al Stokes (as "Maitre Buffon"), Barclay Trigg (as "Baptiste"), O.J. Vanasse (as "Bartender"), Jacques Vanderhouse, Charles Waldron (as "Amos Juvenal"), Grayson Walker, Althea Weston, Musa Williams. Produced by Laurence Schwab.

(1935) Stage: Appeared (as "Buttinhead Adams") in "Stick-in-the-Mud" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan. Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman. Directed by Thomas Mitchell. 48th Street Theatre: 26 Nov 1935-Dec 1935 (closing date unknown/9 performances). Cast: Geoffrey Bryant (as "Lew Hamble"), Dudley Clements (as "Cap'n Dan Minor"), Doris Dudley (as "Judith Lacey"), José Ferrer (as "Chauffeur"), Sylvia Field (as "Lucy Hough"), Alice Fleming (as "Mrs. Austin Lacey"), Geoffrey Lind (as "Musician"), Bruce MacFarlane (as "Adrian Reed"), Thomas Mitchell (as "Paw Meriwether"), Howard Newman (as "Musician"), Hale Norcross (as "Mr. Hoskins"), Maida Reade (as "Mrs. J.E.B. Drumwright"), Winton Sears (as "Musician"), Clare Woodbury (as "Mrs. Emma Hamble"). Produced by Jack Curtis and Carleton Hoagland. Produced by arrangement with Saul Burston.

(1938) Stage: Appeared (as "Christophe") in "Haiti" on Broadway. Incidental music by Leonard De Paur. Written by William Du Bois. Scenic Design by Perry Watkins. Costume Design by James Cochran. Directed by Maurice Clark. Lafayette Theatre: 2 Mar 1938-24 Sep 1938 (168 performances). Cast: Alfredo Allegro (as "Phillipe"), Mary Barnes, Alvin Childress, William Clayton, David Enton, Frederic Gibson, Herbert Glynn, William Greene, Lena Halsey, Emile Hirsch (as "Boule"), J. Louis Johnson, J. Pope Jones, Elena Karam, Lulu King, Zola King (as "Daughter"), Byron Lane (as "Jean"), Catherine Lawrence, Canada Lee (as "Bertram"), Jacqueline Ghant Martin (as "First Woman"), Richard McCracken, Lester Palmer (as "Haitian Soldier"), Bernard Paté, Lou Polan (as "Roche"), Archie Savage (as "Haitian Soldier"), William Sharon, Louis Sharp, Louis Smith, Susie Sutton, Bennie Tattnall, Arnold Wiley, James Wright. Produced by James R. Ullman and Federal Theatre Project of The WPA.

(1938) Stage: Appeared (as "Jim") in "Sing Out the News" (1938) on Broadway. Musical revue. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek. Written by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart [uncredited script doctoring]. Music / lyrics by Harold Rome. Sketches by Charles Friedman (also director). Ballet music by Will Irwin. Musical Director: Max Meth. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Choreographed by Ned McGurn, Dave Gould and Charles Walters. "Peace and the Diplomat" staged by Charles Walters. Music Box Theatre: 24 Sep 1938-7 Jan 1939 (105 performances). Cast included: June Allyson (as "Time-The Present" Performer / "Class of 1938" / "Minstrels") Broadway debut), Bruce Barclay, John Barry, Add Bates, John Benton, Daisy Bernier, The Boys of Today, Ethel Brown, Lillyn Brown, Sibol Cain, Warren Coleman, Traverse Crawford, Fred Deming, Elizabeth Dozier, R. Dupler, Eleanor Eberle, Sally Ellis, Joey Faye, The Floradora Girls, Dorothy Fox, Miriam Franklin, Jane Fraser, Joel Friend, Chick Gagnon, Ortho Gaines, Ed Galloway, Will Geer, Rosalind Gordon, Ray Harrison, Ben Holmes, Richard Huey, Cecil Jackson, Georgia Jarvis, George Jones Jr., Gus Jones, Charles Lawrence, Kathryn Lazell, Thelma Lee, Carrington Lewis, Harry Lewis, Lewis and Van, James Lillard, Christina Lind, Leslie Litomy, Philip Loeb, Michael Loring, Henrietta Lovelace, Jimmy Lydon, Shirley Macy, Wanda Macy, Ginger Manners, Elizabeth McDowell, Estelle McDowell, Sadie McGill, Elmaurice Miller, Thomas Mitchell, Michael Moore, Fred Nay, B. Norris, Bernard Pearce, 'Jean Peters (I)', Jackie Petty, Burton Pierce, Ethel Remey, Bruce Rogers, Ben Ross, Hiram Sherman, Maude Simmons, Edwin Smith, Herbert Sumpter, Grant Thomas, Sonny Timmons, Allen Tinney, William Tinney, The Virginians, Ben Walles, Mary Jane Walsh, Howard Warriner, Clarence Wheeler, Madelyn White, Louie Williams, Lucille Williams, Musa Williams, Mae Williamson, Maud Williamson, Lucille Wilson, Howard Woodford. Produced by Max Gordon, in association with George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart.

(1940) Stage: Appeared (as "Lucifer Jr.") in "Cabin in the Sky" on Broadway. Musical fantasy. Music by Vernon Duke. Book by Lynn Root. Lyrics by John La Touche. Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin. Musical Director: Max Meth. Music orchestrated by Domenico Savino, Charles Cook, Fod Livingston and Nathan Van Cleve. Based on a story "Little Joe" by Lynn Root. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Staged and choreographer by George Balanchine. Directed by Albert Lewis. Martin Beck Theatre: 25 Oct 1940-8 Mar 1941 (156 performances). Cast: Talley Beattey (as "Katherine Dunham Dancer"), Wilson Bradley (as "Messenger Boy" / "J. Rosamond Johnson Singer"), Claude Brown (as "Katherine Dunham Dancer"), Georgia Burke (as "Lily"), Dick Campbell (as "Domino Johnson"), Rebecca Champion (as "J. Rosamond Johnson Singer"), Rita Christiana (as "Katherine Dunham Dancer"), Helen Dowdy (as "J. Rosamond Johnson Singer"), Todd Duncan (as "The Lawd's General"), Katherine Dunham (as "Georgia Brown"), Earl Edwards (as "Second Henchman"), Lucille Ellis (as "Katherine Dunham Dancer"), Maurice Ellis (as "Third Henchman"), Jiene Moxzer Harris (as "Katherine Dunham Dancer" / "Imp"), Clarence Jacobs (as "J. Rosamond Johnson Singer"), J. Louis Johnson (as "John Henry"), Rosamond Johnson (as "Brother Green"), Lawaune Kennard (as "Katherine Dunham Dancer"), Ella MacLashley (as "J. Rosamond Johnson Singer"), Fradye Marshall (as "J. Rosamond Johnson Singer"), Alexander McDonald (as "Katherine Dunham Dancer" / Imp"), Roberta McLaurin (as "Katherine Dunham Dancer"), Arthur McLean (as "J. Rosamond Johnson Singer"), Al Moore (as "Dude"), Jieno Moxzer (as "Imp"), Rajah Ohardieno (as "Imp" / "Katherine Dunham Dancer"), Evelyn Pilcher (as "Katherine Dunham Dancer"), Eulabel Riley (as "J. Rosamond Johnson Singer"), Carmencita Romero (as "Katherine Dunham Dancer"), Edith Ross (as "Katherine Dunham Dancer"), Archie Savage (as "Katherine Dunham Dancer" / Imp"), Louis Sharp (as "Dr. Jones" / "J. Rosamond Johnson Singer"), Al Stokes (as "Devil's Messenger" / "J. Rosamond Johnson Singer"), Earl Sydnor (as "First Henchman"), J. Emanuel Vanderhans (as "Katherine Dunham Dancer"), Laura Vaughns (as "J. Rosamond Johnson Singer"), Candido Vicenti (as "Katherine Dunham Dancer"), Ethel Waters (as "Petunia Jackson"), Lavinia Williams (as "Katherine Dunham Dancer"), Milton Williams (as "Fleetfoot"), Dooley Wilson (as "Little Joe Jackson"), Thomas Woosley. Produced by Albert Lewis and Vinton Freedley. NOTE: Filmed as Cabin in the Sky (1943).

(1946) Stage: Appeared (as "Biglow Brown") in "St. Louis Woman" on Broadway. Musical. Music by Harold Arlen. Lyrics by Johnny Mercer. Book by Arna Bontemps (based on her novel "God Sends Sunday") and Countee Cullen. Musical Director: Leon Leonardi. Choreographed by Charles Walters. Scenic Design by Lemuel Ayers. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. Martin Beck Theatre: 30 Mar 1946-6 Jul 1946 (113 performances). Cast: Pearl Bailey (as "Butterfly"), J. Mardo Brown (as "Drum Major"), Herbert Coleman (as "Piggie"), Yvonne Coleman, Joseph Eady, Lorenzo Fuller (as "Joshua"), Frank Green, Juanita Hall (as "Leah"), June Hawkins, Ruby Hill, Carrington Lewis (as "Waiter"), Fayard Nicholas (as "Barney"), Harold Nicholas (as "Li'l Augie"), Richard Pope, Maude Russell (as "The Hostess"), Louis Sharp (as "Slim"), Elwood Smith (as "Ragsdale"), Merritt Smith (as "Pembroke"), Creighton Thompson, Charles Welch, Milton J. Williams, Milton Wood. Produced by Edward Gross.

(1946) Stage: Appeared (as "President of the Senate") in "Lysistrata" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by Aristophanes. Book adapted by Gilbert Seldes. Incidental music by Harry Brandt. Choreographed by Felicia Sorel. Directed by James Light. Belasco Theatre: 17 Oct 1946-19 Oct 1946 (4 performances). Cast: Olive Ball, Service Bell, Valerie Black, Harry Bolden, C.M. Bootsie Davis (as "Senator"), Theresa Brooks, Geri Bryan, George F. Carroll, Marie Cooke, John De Battle, George Dozier, James H. Dunmore, Hanson W. Elkins, Maurice Ellis, Louise E. Evans, Geneva H. Fitch, Pearl Gaines, Minnie Gentry, Mercedes Gilbert (as "Lampito"), Frank Green, Jackie Greene, Laphfawn Gumbs, Gwyn Hale, Erona Harris, Marble Hart, Ann Henry, Tica Janine, Larri Lauria, Eunice Eleanora Miller, Etta Moten (as "Lysistrata"), Hilda Offley, Courtenaye Olden, Bill O'Neil, Lora Pierce, Sidney Poitier (as "Probulos"; Broadway debut), Albert Popwell, Ethel Purnello, Andrew Ratousheff, Edyth Reid, Emory S. Richardson, Jay Riley, Wardell Saunders, Archie Savage (as "Satyr"), H. Roderick Scott, Louis Sharp, P. Jay Sidney (as "Senator"), Mildred Joanne Smith, Hettie Stephens, Jean Stovall, Lou Sealia Swarz, George Thomas, Cherokee Thornton, Margaret Tynes, Beatrice Wade, Phyllis Walker, Emett "Babe" Wallace, Royce Wallace, Fredi Washington, Leigh Whipper (as "Leader of Old Men's Chorus"), Larry Williams, Milton J. Williams, Wilhelmina Williams, Miles Winbush, Wilson Woodbeck. Produced by James Light and Max J. Jelin.

(1957) Stage: Appeared (as "Pozzo") in "Waiting for Godot" on Broadway. Drama (revival). Written by Samuel Beckett. Directed by Herbert Berghof. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 21 Jan 1957-26 Jan 1957 (6 performances). Cast: Bert Chamberlain (as "Boy"), Geoffrey Holder (as "Lucky"), Earle Hyman (as "Vladimir"), Mantan Moreland (as "Estragon"). Produced by Michael Myerberg. Produced by arrangement with Independent Plays Limited.

(1961) Stage: Appeared (as "Nana Mwalla") in "Kwamina" on Broadway. Musical. Book by Robert Alan Aurthur. Music and lyrics by Richard Adler. Music orchestrated by Sid Ramin and Irwin Kostal. Musical and Choral Direction by Colin Romoff. Dance arrangements by John Morris. Choreographed by Agnes de Mille. Directed by Robert Lewis. 54th Street Theatre: 23 Oct 1961-18 Nov 1961 (32 performances). Cast: Terry Carter (as "Kwamina / Peter"), Sally Ann Howes (as "Eve"), Ethel Ayler, Norman Barrs, Brock Peters (as "Obitsebi"), Issa Arnal, Joseph Attles, Pepsi Bethel, Hope Clarke, Zebedee Collins, Joseph Crawford, Doris deMendez, Doreese DuQuan, Julius Fields, Renaye Fubler, Vaughn Fubler, Scott Gibson, Frank Glass, Altovise Gore, Robert Guillaume (as "Ako"), Victoria Harrison, Lillian Hayman, Lee Hooper, Louis Johnson, Wanza L. King, Mary Louise, James Lowe, Minnie Marshall, Rosalie Maxwell, John Miles, Charles Moore, Clark Morgan, Joan Peters, Helen Phillips, Ronald Platts, Mike Quashie, Charles Queenan, Lucinda Ransom, Mal Scott, Joan Seabrook, Ainsley Sigmond, Rawn Spearman, Phillip Stamps, Barbara Ann Teer (as "Dancer"), Edward Thomas, George Tipton, Glory Van Scott, Gordon Watkins, Myrna White, Arthur Wright, Camile Yarborough. Produced by Alfred De Liagre Jr.

(1937) Stage: Appeared in "Marching Song" on Broadway. Drama. Written by John Howard Lawson. Scenic Design by Howard Bay. Directed by Anthony Brown. Nora Bayes Theatre: 17 Feb 1937-Apr 1937 (closing date unknown/61 performances). Cast: Frieda Altman (as "Jenny Russell"), Sylvia Barnett, Richard Barrows, Frances Bavier (as "Mary McGillicuddy"), Walter Beck (as "Blister Haddock"), Tommi Bissell, Alice Brooks, Grover Burgess (as "Pete Russell"), Fanya Cherenko, Curt Conway, Theodore Corday, Maria Coxe, Edward Ferguson, Gertrude Flynn (as "Rose Graham"), Leonard S. Grime, Barbara Guerdon, Edward Everett Hale (as "Warren Winkle"), Rex Ingram (as "Lucky Johson"), Alfred Herrick, Dorothy Howard, T.J. Hughes Jr., John Huntington (as "Tubby Smuts"), Dan James, Manart Kippen (as "Binks"), Charles Kuhn (as "Pop Fergus"), Roy Le May, Gloria Levinge, Mildred Lewis, Lester Lonergan III, Lester Lonergan (as "Parlez-vous"), James MacDonald, Lisa Markah, Ben Metz, Russell Morrison (as "Dopey Belcher"), Charles Neville, Robert Ober-Reich, Robert Reed, Clark Robinson, Amelia Romano, Charles Smith, Hester Sondergaard (as "Mrs. Malucci"), Joseph Taulane, Yngvi Thortelson, Mark Toby, Martin Wolfson (as "Bill Anderson"), Stanley G. Wood. Produced by The Theatre Union.

(1937) Stage: Appeared in "How Come, Lawd?" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Donald Heywood. Scenic Design by Stagecraft Studios. Directed by Charles J. Adler. 49th Street Theatre: 30 Sep 1937-Oct 1937 (closing date unknown/2 performances). Cast: Dorothy Cadoza (as "Babes"), James Fuller (as "Jackknife"), Mercedes Gilbert (as "Mom"), George L. Ingram (as "Yamacraw"), Harry D. Ingram (as "Sammy"), Rex Ingram (as "Big Boy"), Columbus Jackson, Alex Lovejoy, Edgar Martin, Dan Michaels, Hilda Rogers (as "Clorinda"), Homer Tutt (as "Pa"), Leigh Whipper (as "Aloes"). Produced by The Negro Theatre Guild.

(5/23/43) Radio: Appeared in "The Free World Theatre" production of "Something About Joe".

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