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(1935- 1981). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1935). Stage Play: Panic. Drama. Written by Archibald Macleish. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by James Light. Imperial Theatre: 14 Mar 1935- 15 Mar 1935 (2 performances). Cast: Wesley Addy (as "Unemployed/Male Chorus"), Osceola Archer (as "Female Chorus"), Amelia Barleon, Elaine Basil, Robin Batcheller, Abner Biberman (as "Unemployed"), William Challee (as "Unemployed"), Russell Collins (as "A Man"), Walter Coy, Margaret Craven, Joseph Eggenton, Paul Genge, George Glass, Clifford Heckinger, Dierdre Hurst, Zita Johann (as "Ione"), Harold Johnsrud (as "Blind Man"), Tony Kraber (as "A Man") [credited as Gerrit Kraber], Eva Langbord (as "A Young Girl"), Albert Lewis, Yisrol Libman, Margot Loines, Edward Mann, Rose McClendon (as "An Old Woman"), Harold McGee, Elizabeth Morison, Gordon Nelson, John O'Shaughnessy, LaVerne Pine, Beatrice Pons, Joanna Roos, Arthur Singer, Lucille Strudwick, Karl Swenson (as "A Young Man"), Mary Tarcai, Jerome Thor, Paula Trueman, Eric Walz, Orson Welles (as "McGafferty"), Virginia Welles (as "Female Chorus") [Broadway debut], Richard Whorf (as "Griggs"), Dane Clark (as "A Young Man") [Broadway debut]. Produced by Phoenix Theatre Inc.

(1935). Stage Play: How Beautiful With Shoes. Drama. Written by Wilbur Daniel Steele and Anthony Brown. Directed by Anthony Brown. Booth Theatre: 28 Nov 1935- Dec 1935 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Wesley Addy (as "Wedding Guest"), Edward Andrews (as "Wedding Guest"), Elsa Beamish (as "Wedding Guest"), Harry Bellaver (as "Ruby Herter"), Marie Brown (as "Mare Doggett"), Burke Clarke (as "Judge Kinsaugh"), George Colan (as "Pop Herter"), Beatrice Cole (as "Wedding Guest"), Franklyn Davis (as "Wedding Guest"), Mary Fletcher (as "Sil Tooker"), Betty Fouche (as "Wedding Guest"), Nell Harrison (as "Mrs. Doggett"), Will Henry (as "Bill Deeds"), Charles F. Holden (as "Henry Deeds"), Buck Johnson (as "Buck Johnson"), Norman Leavitt (as "Wedding Guest"), Michael Lettice, Jodie Marlowe (as "Jodie Marlowe"), Myron McCormick (as "Humble Jewett"), Earl Mitchell (as "Dr. Orrison"), Elmer Oettinger (as "Wedding Guest"), Bobo Rielly (as "Bobo Rielly"), Ralph Riggs (as "Wyker Adams"), Sandy Strouse (as "Wedding Guest"), Elizabeth Wilde (as "Wedding Guest"), Lillian Williams (as "Wedding Guest"), Norman Williams (as "Wale Herter"), Marion Willis (as "Bilbo Rittenhouse"), Laura Eliza Windsor (as "Wedding Guest"). Produced by Anthony Laudati.

(1936). Stage Play: Hamlet. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Incidental music by Virgil Thomson. Musical Direction by Hugh Davis. Directed by Leslie Howard. Directed in collaboration with John Houseman. Imperial Theatre: 10 Nov 1936- Dec 1936 (closing date unknown/39 performances). Cast: Leslie Howard (as "Hamlet, son to the late, and nephew to the present King"), Gay Adams, Wesley Addy (as "Marcellus, Officer"), Joan Adrian, John Barclay, Daphne Bayne, Bourn Blood, Richard Cameron, Albert Carroll, Richard Clayton, Clifford Evans, Paul Foster, Eugene Francis, Paul Genge, Denis Green, James Hayes, Janet Hill, Joseph Holland, George Ingham, Paul Jones, Stanley Lathbury, Henry Leonard, Eric Mansfield, Aubrey Mather, Mary Meyer, Hugh Norton, Richard Ogden, Winston O'Keefe (as "Guildenstern, Courtier"), John Parrish, Tileston Perry, Madelyn Phillips, Edward Potter, Keith Randall, Herbert Ranson, Alexander Scourby (as "Player King"), Mary Servoss (as "Gertrude, Queen of Denmark and mother to Hamlet"), Mary Shower, Toni Sorel, Hope Spingarn, Pamela Stanley, Philip Sudana, Daphne Sylva, Vernon Tanner, George Volk, Wilfrid Walter, O.Z. Whitehead (as "Second Gravedigger"), Arthur Zwerling. Produced by Leslie Howard.

(1937). Stage Play: King Richard II. History (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Margaret Webster. St. James Theatre: 15 Sep 1937- Oct 1937 (closing date unknown/38 performances). Cast included: Wesley Addy (as "The Earl of Salisbury"), A.G. Andrews (as "Gardener"), Lee Baker, Neal Barry, Maurice Evans (as "King Richard II), Philip Truex, Rhys Williams. Produced by Eddie Dowling and Robinson Smith.

(1938). Stage Play: Hamlet. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Incidental music by Lehman Engel. Scenic Design and Costume Design by David Ffolkes. Directed by Margaret Webster. St. James Theatre: 12 Oct 1938- Jan 1939 (closing date unknown/96 performances). Cast: Maurice Evans (as "Hamlet, son to the late, and nephew to the present King"), Wesley Addy (as "Bernardo," "Officer Fortinbras," and "Prince of Norway"), Donald Arbury, Charles Bowden, Donald Cameron, Frederic Carney, Mady Christians (as "Gertrude, Queen of Denmark and mother to Hamlet"), Augustin Duncan (as "Ghost"), Henry Edwards, Reynolds Evans (as "Voltemand/Priest"), Constance Friend, George Graham, Richard Janaver, Henry Jones (as "Reynaldo, Second Gravedigger"), Whitford Kane (as "Gravedigger"), George Keane, Katherine Locke, Carmen Mathews (as "Ensemble") [Broadway debut], Paul Nevens, Alfred Paschall, William Prince, Donald Randolph, Everett Ripley, Emmett Rogers, Alexander Scourby (as "Rosencrantz," and "Courtier"), Sydney Smith, Irene Tedrow, Maury Tuckerman, Ruth Wilk, Rhys Williams (as "Player King"). Produced by Maurice Evans. Produced in association with Joseph Verner Reed and Boris Said.

(1939). Stage Play: King Henry IV, Part I. Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Margaret Webster. St. James Theatre: 30 Jan 1939- Apr 1939 (closing date unknown/74 performances). Produced by Maurice Evans.

(1939). Stage Play: Summer Night. Drama. Written by Vicki Baum and Benjamin Glazer. Scenic Design by Robert Edmond Jones. Directed by Lee Strasberg. St. James Theatre: 2 Nov 1939- 4 Nov 1939 (4 performances). Cast: Wesley Addy (as "Melvyn Lockhart"), Lyle Bettger (as "Doctor"), Martin Blaine (as "The Roving Reporter"), Harold Bolton (as "First Picket"), Leonard Bremen (as "Photographer"), Dortha Brinsfield (as "Marathon Couple"), Louis Calhern (as "John B. Bingham"), Lewis Charles (as "Pinkey"), Gage Clarke (as "George Cooper"), Clancy Cooper (as "Bartender"), Boyd Crawford (as "Pat"), Peter Cusanelli (as "Dance Judge"), Howard Da Silva (as "Speed"), Edmund Dorsey (as "Manager"), Eric Efron (as "Marathon Couple"), Herman Ergotti (as "The Littlest Man"), Helen Flint (as "Blanche Cooper"), Susan Fox (as "Ginger"), Charles Furcolowe (as "Second Picket"), Martin Greene (as "Marathon Couple"), Violet Heming (as "Marion Bingham"), Wilna Hervey (as "The Biggest Girl"), Adele Jerome (as "Marathon Couple"), Archie King (as "Marathon Couple"), Tony Kraber (as "Detective"), Peter Leeds (as "Marathon Couple"), Marion O'Brien (as "Nurse"), Robert Rhodes (as "Policeman"), Rita Rhoni (as "Mona"), Stephen Roberts (as "Marathon Couple"), Rebecca Rowen (as "Marathon Couple"), Polly Smiley (as "Marathon Couple"), Lionel Stander (as "Jake"), Guy Standing Jr. (as "Croupier"), Virginia Stevens (as "Nurse"), Sidney Stone (as "Barker"), Josephine Victor (as "Mama Rosario"). Produced by Lewis E. Gensler.

(1940). Stage Play: Romeo and Juliet. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Production Design by Laurence Olivier. Scenic Design by Motley. Costume Design by Motley. Lighting Design by Robert Edmond Jones. Incidental music by Alexander Steinert and Laurence Olivier. Directed by Laurence Olivier. 51st Street Theatre: 9 May 1940- 8 Jun 1940 (36 performances). Cast: Virginia Burchfield, Mary Kane, Patricia Knight, Vivien Leigh (as "Juliet, daughter to Capulet"), Nancie B. Marsland (as "A Cook"), Laurence Olivier (as "Romeo, son of Montague), Charles Prescott, Howard Stark, Wesley Addy (as "Benvolio, nephew to Montague and friend to Romeo"), William Barrows, Ralph Brooke, Walter Brooke, Hazel Brown, Robert Busch, Oliver Cliff, Frank Downing, H. Robert Edwards, Brant Gorman, Wilton Graff, Ralph Grayson, Earle Grey, Halliwell Hobbes (as "Capulet"), Barbara Horder, Ted Huish, Raymond Johnson, Alexander Knox (as "Friar Laurence, a Franciscan), Charles Martin, Jack Merivale, Nan Merriman, Edmond O'Brien (as "Mercutio, kinsman to the prince and friend to Romeo), Tileston Perry, Joan Shepard, Clara Speer, Morton Stevens (as "Watchman/Old Capulet/Friar John, a Franciscan"), John Straub, Joseph Tomes, Katherine Warren, Ben Webster, Dame May Whitty (as "Nurse to Juliet"), Cornel Wilde (as "Tybalt, nephew to Lady Capulet"). Produced by Laurence Olivier.

(1940). Stage Play: Twelfth Night. Comedy (revival).

(1946). Stage Play: Antigone. Tragedy. Written by Sophocles. Material adapted by Lewis Galantiere. Based on the play by Jean Anouilh. Music arranged by Alexander Haas. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Cort Theatre: 18 Feb 1946- 4 May 1946 (64 performances). Cast: Cedric Hardwicke (as "Creon"), Wesley Addy (as "Haemon"), Bertha Belmore, Albert Biondo, Horace Braham (as "Chorus"), Oliver Cliff, Katharine Cornell (as "Antigone"), Michael Higgins, Merle Maddern, George Mathews, Ruth Matteson, David J. Stewart, Eveline Vaughan. Produced by Katharine Cornell. Produced in association with Gilbert Miller.

(1946). Stage Play: Candida. (Revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Cort Theatre: 3 Apr 1946- 2 May 1946 (24 performances). Cast: Wesley Addy (as "The Reverend James Mavor Morell"), Marlon Brando (as "Eugene Marchbanks"), Oliver Cliff, Katharine Cornell (as "Candida"), Cedric Hardwicke (as "Mr. Burgess"), 'Mildred Natwick' (as "Miss Proserpine Garnett"). Produced by Katharine Cornell. Produced in association with Gilbert Miller.

(1946). Stage Play: Another Part of the Forest. Drama.

(1947). Stage Play: Galileo. Music by Hanns Eisler. Written by Bertolt Brecht. Translated by Charles Laughton. Lyrics by Albert Brush. Choreographed by Lotte Goslar. Directed by Joseph Losey. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 7 Dec 1947- 14 Dec 1947 (6 performances). Cast: Wesley Addy (as "Old Cardinal"), Capt. Sidney Bassler, Leonard Bell, Harris Brown, Frank Campanella (as "Senator II/A Scholar"), Mary Grace Canfield (as "Elderly Lady"), John Carradine (as "Inquisitor"), Michael Citro, Taylor Graves, Don Hanmer, Pitt Herbert, Harry Hess, Werner Klemperer (as "Infuriated Monk"), Rusty Lane (as "Barbarini"), Charles Laughton (as "Galileo"), Richard Leone, Iris Mann, Dwight Marfield, Allen Martin, Joan McCracken, Earl Montgomery, Elizabeth Moore, Thomas Palmer, Nehemiah Persoff (as "Andrea"), Philip Robinson, Larry Rosen, Lawrence Ryle, Hester Sondergaard (as "Sarti"), Warren Stevens (as "Informer"), Fred Stewart (as "Priuli"), John Straub, Philip Swander, Donald Symington, Albert Tavares. Produced by The Experimental Theatre Inc., ANTA (Alfred de Liagre Jr: executive producer. Jean Dalrymple: executive director) and T. Edward Hambleton.

(1948). Stage Play: The Leading Lady. Written by Ruth Gordon. Directed by Garson Kanin. National Theatre: 18 Oct 1948- 23 Oct 1948 (8 performances). Cast: Wesley Addy, Margaret Barker, Delma Byron, Ossie Davis, Elizabeth Dewing, Mildred Dunnock, Ruth Gordon (as "Gay"), Ethel Griffies, Ian Keith, William J. Kelly, James MacColl, Laura Pierpont, Emory Richardson, Harry Sheppard, Sonia Sorrel, Guy Spaull, Margot Stevenson, Douglas Watson, Harry Worth. Produced by Victor Samrock and William Fields.

(1949). Stage Play: The Traitor. Melodrama. Written by Herman Wouk. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Costume Design by Joseph Fretwell III. Directed by Jed Harris. 48th Street Theatre: 31 Mar 1949- 26 May 1949 (67 performances). Cast: Michael Abbott, Wesley Addy (as "Professor Allen Carr"), Gene Blakely, Philip Coolidge (as "A Man"), James Davidson, Richard Derr, Don Doherty, Michael Dreyfuss, Jean Hagen (as "Eva McKeon"), Walter Hampden (as "Professor Tobias Emanuel"), Maurice Manson, Louise Platt (as "Jane Bailey"), Larry Sherman, Georgia Simmons, William Thunhurst Jr., Lee Tracy (as "Captain Gallagher"), James Van Dyk, John Wengraf (as "Another Man"). Produced by Jed Harris.

(1950). Stage Play: The Enchanted. Comedy. Written by Jean Giraudoux. Book adapted by Maurice Valency. Incidental music by Francis Poulenc. Musical supervision by Albert Hague. Choreographed by Jean Erdman. Production Design by Robert Edmond Jones. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Lyceum Theatre: 18 Jan 1950- 25 Feb 1950 (45 performances). Cast: Wesley Addy (as "The Supervisor"), John Baragrey (as "The Ghost"), Henrietta Catal (as "Marie-Louise"), Leah Chernin (as "Viola"), Russell Collins (as "The Doctor"), Carolyn Grier (as "Gilberte"), Charles Halton (as "The Mayor"), Malcolm Keen (as "The Inspector"), Judith Licata (as "Daisy"), Leueen MacGrath (as "Isabel"), Joe E. Marks (as "First Executioner"), Una O'Connor (as "Leonide Mangebois"), John O'Hare (as "Monsieur Adrian") [Broadway debut], James O'Neill (as "Second Executioner"), Betty Richardson (as "Irene"). Produced by David Lowe and Richard Davidson.

(1950). Stage Play: King Lear. Tragedy (revival).

(1953). Stage Play: The Strong Are Lonely. Drama. Written by Fritz Hochwalder. From the French version of the German version, adapted by Eva Le Gallienne. Incidental music by Lehman Engel. Directed by Margaret Webster. Broadhurst Theatre: 29 Sep 1953- 3 Oct 1953 (7 performances). Cast: Wesley Addy (as "Ladislaus Oros, S.J."), Dion Allen (as "Gracia Queseda, Father Claussner, S.J."), Nils Asther (as "Andre Cornelis"), Paul Ballantyne (as "William Clark, S.J., Father Procurator"), Dehl Berti (as "Barrigua, Indian Chief"), Philip Bourneuf (as "Lorenzo Querini"), Wyatt Cooper (as "Soldier of the Spanish Army"), Joseph Dooley (as "Father Reinegg, S.J."), Victor Francen (as "Alfonso Fernandez, S.J., Father Provincial of the Society of Jesus in Paraguay"), Ernesto Gonzalez (as "Young Indian"), Edward Groag (as "Candia, Indian Chief"), Junaluska (as "Naguacu, Indian Chief"), Denis King (as "Don Pedro de Miura"), Robert Ludlum Soldier of the Spanish Army"), John Marley (as "Jose Bustillos"), Earl Montgomery (as "Rochus Lieberman, S.J., Father Superior"), Kermit Murdock (as "Carlos Gervazoni, Bishop of Buenos Aires"), Kuruks Pahitu (as "Acatu, Indian Chief"), Ray Rizzo (as "Father Torres, S.J."), Frederick Rolf (as "Captain Arago, Officer of the Spanish Army"), Martin Rudy (as "Captain Villano, Officer of the Spanish Army"), John Straub (as "Alvaro Catalde"), Tuktu (as "Young Indian"), Stuart Vaughan Sergeant of the Guard"). Produced by Walter P. Chrysler Jr.

(1957). Stage Play: The First Gentleman. Comedy. Written by Norman Ginsbury. Scenic Design by Ralph Alswang. Directed by Tyrone Guthrie. Belasco Theatre: 25 Apr 1957- 18 May 1957 (28 performances). Produced by Alexander H. Cohen and Ralph Alswang. Produced in association with Arthur C. Twitchell Jr.

(1970). Stage Play: Candida. Comedy (revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Lawrence Carra. Longacre Theatre: 6 Apr 1970- 11 Apr 1970 (8 performances + 5 previews). Cast: Wesley Addy (as "The Reverend James Mavor Morell"), Robert Browning (as "Eugene Marchbanks"), Celeste Holm (as "Candida"), Cavada Humphrey (as "Miss Proserpine Garnett"), Keith Mackey (as "Mr. Burgess"), Paxton Whitehead (as "The Reverend Alexander Mill"). Produced by Virginia Show, John Carter and Cash Baxter.

(1980). Stage Play: The Stitch in Time. Comedy. Written by Marc Connelly. Music arranged by Marian McPartland. Directed by Larry Forde. ANTA Playhouse: closed during rehearsals on 6 Jan 1980/never opened. Mr. Addy was cast as "Dr. Lucius Bingham." Produced by Leonard Finger.

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