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The Merry Widow (1931). Musical comedy/operetta (revival).

The Count of Luxembourg (1930).

The Merry Widow (1929). Musical comedy/operetta (revival).

Charlot Revue (1925). Musical revue.

The Merry Widow (1921). Musical comedy/operetta (revival).

The Star Gazer (1917). Musical comedy.

Alone at Last (1915). Musical/operetta.

Maids of Athens (1914). Musical comedy/operetta.

The Man with Three Wives (1913). Musical/operetta.

Eva (1912). Musical.

The Count of Luxembourg (1912). Musical/operetta/romance.

(play) Gypsy Love (1911). Musical/operetta. Music by Franz Lehár. Book by Harry B. Smith and Robert B. Smith. Lyrics by Robert B. Smith and Harry B. Smith. from the German of Dr. A.M. Willner and Robert Bodansky. Globe Theatre: 17 Oct 1911 - 11 Nov 1911 (31 performances).

(play) The Merry Widow Burlesque (1908). Musical/burlesque. Music by Franz Lehár. Book by George V. Hobart. Lyrics by George V. Hobart. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Weber's Music Hall: 2 Jan 1908 - 16 May 1908 (156 performances).

The Merry Widow (1907). Musical/operetta.

Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(May 20,1911) His musical, "The Count of Luxembourg," was performed at the Daly's Theatre in London, England with Lily Elsie, Bertram Wallis, and W.H. Berry in the cast.

(July 1,1912) His musical, "Gipsy Love," was performed at the Daly's Theatre in London, England with Gertie Millar, Saro Petrass, Robert Michaelis, Webster Miller, Harry Dearth, and W.H. Berry in the cast.

(May 19,1923-August 1923) His musical, "The Merry Widow," was performed at the Daly's Theatre in London, England with Evelyn Laye, George Graves, Derek Oldham, Carl Brisson, Nancie Lovat, Ivy Tresmand, and Laurie Newton in the cast.

(January 26,1924-May 1924) Ben Travers and his musical, "The Three Graces," was performed at the Empire Theatre in Leicester Square, London, England with Maidie Andrews, Winifred Barnes, Vera Freeman, W.H. Berry, Thorpe Bates, Ralph Roberts, Morris Harvey, A. Scott-Gatty, and Alan Duncan in the cast.

(September 1940) His musical, "The Land of Smiles," was performed at the Leeds Grand Theatre in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England with Richard Tauber and Josie Fearon in the cast.

(1942) His musical, "The Land of Smiles," was performed at the Lyric Theatre in London, England with Richard Tauber in the cast.

(1945) His operetta, "The Count of Luxembourg," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Rosemarie Brancato and Donald Gage in the cast. Frank Carrington and Agnes Morgan were directors.

(July 1972) He composed for the musical, 'The Merry Widow," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine. Forman Brown was lyricist. Milton Lazarus wrote the book.

(July 1981) He was composer for the musical, "The Merry Widow," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine. Adrian Ross was lyricist. Viktor Leon and Leo Stein wrote the book.


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