- (1917 - 1929) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
- (1917) Stage Play: Cheer Up. Musical revue.
- (1920) Stage Play: What's in a Name?. Musical revue. Music by Milton Ager. Book by John Murray Anderson. Lyrics by John Murray Anderson. Written in collaboration with Anna Wynne O'Ryan and Jack Yellen. Music orchestrated by Maurice De Packh and Arthur Lange. Musical Director: Augustus Barratt. Choreographed by Michio Ito and Jack Manning. Costume Design by Robert Locher and Kay Turner. Scenic Design by James Reynolds. Directed by John Murray Anderson. Maxine Elliott's Theatre (moved to The Lyric Theatre from 19 Apr 1920 to close): 19 Mar 1920- 26 Jun 1920 (115 performances). Cast: Gertrude Alces, John Alexander, Arjamond, Constance Barnes, Christine Bernsman, Olive Brower, Joe Burroughs, Juliet Compton, Vivian Connors, Sheila Courtney, Sara Crewe, Rex Dantzler, Grace De Carlton, Charles Derickson, Dorothy DeVinna, Richard Dolliver, Willard Eldridge, Ed E. Ford, Gloria Foy, Rosalind Fuller, Glenn Gamble, Marie Gaspar, A.M. Gowing, Emilie Haddone, Alice Hegeman, Beatrice Herford, Hildred, Olin Howard, Yasu Katayama, Honey Kay, Flora Keane, Allyn Kearns, June Korle, Mary Lane, Olive LaVaine, Virginia Lee, Jessie Lorraine, Dorothy Loveclark, Mildred Mann, Muriel Manners, Robert Manning, Lane McLeod, Carol Miller, Beatrice Milner, Loretta Morgan, Thomas Morgan, Vera Myers, Joseph Palkowitch, Frank Parker, Corone Paynter, Margaret Petit, Ethel Sinclair, Dorothy Smoller, Zola Terryl, Dorothy Utley, Phil White, Herbert Williams, Hilda Wolfus, Helen Lee Worthing, Sallie Yarrow, Mimi Youde. Produced by John Murray Anderson.
- (1927) Stage Play: Padlocks of 1927. Musical revue. Music by Lee David, Jesse Greer and Henry H. Tobias. Book by Paul Girard Smith and Ballard MacDonald. Lyrics by Billy Rose. Musical Director: Carlton Kelsey. Music arranged by Joseph Nussbaum. Featuring songs with lyrics by Ballard MacDonald and Jack Yellen. Featuring songs by Billy Rose and Milton Ager. Costume Design by Robert Stevenson, Mahieu and Orry-Kelly. Choreographed by John Boyle. Directed by W.J. Wilson. Shubert Theatre: 5 Jul 1927- 24 Sep 1927 (95 performances). Cast: Drina Beach, Vera Berg, Billie Blake, Edna Burford, Mae Burke, Walter Burke, A.S. 'Pop' Byron, Vivian Carmody, Vee Carroll, Betty Clark, Nora Cliff, Jackie Corrtez, Peggy Daubert, Doris Dellairs, Irene Faery, Don Fiser, Jay C. Flippen, Carl D. Francis, Edna French, Laurette Gilman, Gloria Glennon, Ruth Grady, Dolores Grant, Texas Guinan, Florence Healy, Harry Jans, Carol Kingsbury, Helenya Koski, Hedwig Langer, Val Lester, Edna Locke, Dave Mallen, Raymond Marlowe, Marcelle Miller, Jola Moreno, Ojeda and Inbert, Sugar O'Neill, Alice Outlaw, George Raft [final Broadway role], Wilma Roeloff, The Romancers Quartet, Lillian Roth, Catherine Ryder, Rosemary Ryder, Helen Shipman, Eleanor Smith, Virginia Smith, Snowball, The Four Diamonds, The Little Tappers, Mary Titus, The Phelps Twins, Eileen Wenzel, Harold Whalen, Laura Wilkinson, Rosalie Williams. Produced by Duo Art Productions Inc.
- (1928) Stage Play: Rain or Shine. Musical. Music by Milton Ager and Owen Murphy. Book by James Gleason and Maurice Marks. Lyrics by Jack Yellen. Music orchestrated by William Still and Arthur Schutt. Orchestra under the direction of Don Voorhees. Dances directed by Russell Markert. Dances Directed by Tom Nip. Scenic Design by Clark Robinson. Costume Design by Charles Le Maire. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 9 Feb 1928- 15 Dec 1928 (356 performances). Cast: Paul Brack, Walter Bremer, Dave Chasen (as "Simley's Protege/The Head Waiter"), Joe Cook (as "Smiley Johnson"), Ben Cutler, Vance Elliott, Rita Garcia, Edgar Gardner, James Gregory, Marion Herson, Tom Howard, Warren Hull, Vernon Jacobson, Ernest Lambart, Helen Lynd, Joe Lyons, Alex McKee, Rosie Moran, Ethel Norris, Walter Pharr, William V. Powers, Dimples Riede, Janet Velie, Nancy Welford, Devah Worrell. Produced by A.L. Jones and Morris Green.
- (1929) Stage Play: Murray Anderson's Almanac. Revue. Music by Milton Ager and Henry Sullivan. Book by Noël Coward, Rube Goldberg, Ronald Jeans, Paul Girard Smith, Harry Ruskin, John McGowan, Peter Arno and Anna Wynne. Lyrics by Jack Yellen. Directed by John Murray Anderson, William Holbrook and Harry Ruskin. Erlanger's Theatre: 14 Aug 1929- 12 Oct 1929 (69 performances). Produced by Almanack Theatrical Corporation.