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(1917- 1948). Active on Broadway [often credited as Katherine Alexander] in the following productions:

(1917). Stage Play: A Successful Calamity. Comedy. Written by Clare Kummer. Plymouth Theatre: 10 Oct 1917- unknown (unknown performances). Produced by Arthur Hopkins.

(1919). Stage Play: Good Morning, Judge. Musical. Music by Lionel Monckton and Howard Talbot. Book by Fred Thompson. Based on the farce "The Magistrate" by Arthur Wing Pinero. Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank. Musical Director: Frank P. Paret. Additional music by Bert Grant, George Gershwin and Louis Silvers. Additional lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva, Irving Caesar, Al Bryan, Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young. Shubert Theatre: 6 Feb 1919- 6 Jun 1919 (140 performances). Cast: Katharine Alexander [credited as Katherine Alexander] (as "Rose Ingleby"), Frederick Annerley (as "Inspector Eason") [final Broadway credit], Georgine Baker (as "Margaret Hayes"), Claire Benedict (as "Chorus"), May Borden (as "Chorus"), Mary Brittain (as "Chorus"), Shep Camp (as "Mr. Burridge"), Cecil Clovelly (as "Cuthbert Sutten"), Yvonne Clovelly, Eileen Cotty (as "Turner"), Harold Crane (as "Albany Pope"), Cunningham and Clements (as "Artists"), Margaret Dale (as "Millicent Meebles"), Norma Dale (as "Chorus"), Grace Daniels (as "Diana Fairlie"), Gladys Davis (as "Chorus"), Jean De La Valle (as "Juniori Fratti"), Peggy Dempsey (as "Chorus"), Aleta Dore (as "Dance Specialty"), Sadye Everett (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Flamm (as "Chorus"), Gene Fleming (as "Chorus"), Nellie Graham-Dent (as "An Elderly Lady"), Harriet Gustin (as "Chorus"), Harriete Gustine (as "Chorus"), Elma Gylden (as "Chorus"), Peggy Hansel (as "Chorus"), Ellyn Harcourt (as "Attendant"), S. Harvey (as "Chorus"), George Hassell (as "Horatio Meebles"), Alfred Hesse (as "Napoleon"), Charles M. Hinton (as "Sergeant Dix"), Constance Huntington (as "Chorus"), Robert Hurst (as "Chorus"), Lola Joyce (as "Chorus"), Charles King (as "Hughie Cavanaugh"), Mollie King (as "Joy Chatterton"), Nellie King (as "Winnie Sweet"), Emilie Lea (as "Jene"), Betty Marshall (as "Chorus"), Edward Martindel (as "Colonel Bagot"), Robert McClellan (as "Constable Styles"), L.R. Nelson (as "Chorus"), Raymond Oakes (as "Lyall Heeson-Gallway"), Hal Peel (as "Chorus"), Jesse Phillip (as "Chorus"), Betty Pierce (as "Katie Muirhead"), Edith Pollack (as "Chorus"), Peggy Radford (as "Chorus"), Josephine Ray (as "Chorus"), William Raymond (as "Chorus"), Eva Rutherford (as "Chorus"), Helene Shaw (as "Elsie Erskine"), Laila Stanley (as "Chorus"), H. Ashton Tonge [credited as Ashton Tonge] (as "Mr. Honeyball"), Helen Trainer (as "Chorus"), Helen Trainor (as "Chorus"), Robert Vivian (as "Cash"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1919). Stage Play: Love Laughs. Written by George D. Parker [final Broadway credit]. Directed by John Harwood. Bijou Theatre: 20 May 1919- Jun 1919 (closing date unknown/31 performances). Cast: Lionel Adams, Katharine Alexander [credited as Katherine Alexander], Arthur Allen, Jessie F. Glendinning, Charles Greene, Harold Hendee, Ida Waterman, Harold West, Beatrice Yorke. Produced by Edwin E. Kohn.

(1923). Stage Play: Chains. Drama. Written by Jules Eckert Goodman. Directed by William A. Brady. Playhouse Theatre: 19 Sep 1923- Jan 1924 (closing date unknown/125 performances). Cast: Katharine Alexander (as "Grace"), Gilbert Emery (as "Richard"), Helen Gahagan (as "Jean Trowbridge"), Maude Turner Gordon (as "Maud"), Paul Kelly (as "Harry"), William Morris (as "John Maury"). Produced by William A. Brady.

(1924). Stage Play: Leah Kleschna. Drama (revival). Written by C.M.S. McLellan. Lyric Theatre: 21 Apr 1924- May 1924 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Katharine Alexander, Edith Baker, Ulric Blair Collins, Hal Crane, Arnold Daly, William Faversham, Helen Gahagan, Mary Hone, Arnold Korff, José Ruben (as "Schram"), Lowell Sherman. Produced by William A. Brady.

(1924). Stage Play: That Awful Mrs. Eaton. Drama. Written by John Farrar and Stephen Vincent Benet. Morosco Theatre: 29 Sep 1924- Oct 1924 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Cordelia Howard Aiken (as "Mrs. John Quincy Adams"), Katharine Alexander (as "Peggy O'Neal Eaton"), Mary Allen (as "Dolly Madison"), Frank Andrews (as "Mordecai Noah"/John Branch, Secretary of the Navy"), Margaret Armstrong (as "Mrs. Everett"), Lee Beggs (as "Daniel Webster") [Broadway debut], James A. Bliss (as "U.S. Sen. Peleg Sprague") [final Broadway role], Joyce Borden (as "Emily Donelson"), Laura Brittan (as "Mrs. Henry Clay"), Herbert Bunston (as "Sir Charles Vaughan, British Ambassador"), Ulric Blair Collins (as "Duff Green"), Henry Crosby (as "Col. Towson"), Harry Davies (as "Maj. Gen. Alexander Macomb"), H.G. Emerson (as "Samuel D. Ingham, Secretary of Treasury"), Franklyn Fox (as "Richard Hibson"), Elmer Grandin (as "John C. Calhoun"), Virginia Howell (as "Mrs. Sprague"), Margot Lester (as "Mary Vaughan"), Kirah Markham (as "Mrs. Daniel Webster"), Frank McGlynn (as "Andrew Jackson"), Isabel O'Madigan (as "Mrs. John C. Calhoun"), Ernest E. Pollock (as "John McPherson Berrien, Attorney General"), William R. Randall (as "John Henry Eaton, Secretary of War"), Mary Ellen Ryan (as "Mrs. Hibson"), Lota Sanders (as "Mrs. Branch"), Clifford Sellers (as "Mrs. Ingham"), Mary Taylor (as "Mrs. Berrien"), Lou Turner (as "William Taylor Barry, Postmaster General"), Minor Watson (as "Major William B. Taylor"), Robert Wayne (as "Martin Van Buren, Secretary of State"), Thomas H. Wenning (as "Commodore John Rodgers"), William Walcott [erroneously credited as William Wolcott] (as "Dr. Campbell"), Walter Young (as "Jim"). Produced by William A. Brady.

(1925). Stage Play: It All Depends. Comedy. Written by Kate L. McLaurin. Directed by John Cromwell. Vanderbilt Theatre: 10 Aug 1925- Aug 1925 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Katharine Alexander [credited as Katherine Alexander] (as "Shirley Lane"), Grace Andrews (as "Nellie Richmond"), Roberta Bellinger (as "Jennie"), Jane Grey (as "Nancy Lane"), Felix Krembs (as "Ned Richmond"), Lee Patrick (as "Maida Spencer"), Roland Rushton (as "Merson"), Norman Trevor (as "Julian Lane"), Charles Trowbridge (as "Bruce Armstrong"). Produced by William A. Brady and John Cromwell.

(1925). Stage Play: The Call of Life. Written by Arthur Schnitzler. Translated by Dorothy Donnelly. Directed by Dudley Digges. Comedy Theatre: 9 Oct 1925- Oct 1925 (closing date unknown/19 performances). Cast: Katharine Alexander [credited as Katherine Alexander] (as "Catherine"), Egon Brecher (as "Moser"), Thomas Chalmers (as "Doctor Schindler"), Douglass Dumbrille (as "Edward Rainer"), Rosalinde Fuller [credited as Rosalind Fuller], Derek Glynne, Alice John, Stanley Kalkhurst, Eva Le Gallienne (as "Marie"), Hermann Lieb (as "The Colonel"), Leete Stone (as "Sebastian"). Produced by The Actors Theatre.

(1926). Stage Play: Gentle Grafters. Written by Owen Davis. Directed by Sam Forrest. Music Box Theatre: 27 Oct 1926- Nov 1926 (closing date unknown/39 performances). Cast: Katharine Alexander [credited as Katherine Alexander] (as "Sally"), Walter Brown (as "Delivery Man"), Liane Carrera (as "Ellen"), William David (as "Billy Dexter"), Charlotte Granville (as "Cora Blake"), Robert Keith (as "Dick Cameron"), Charles Kennedy [credited as Charles Rann Kennedy] (as "Jerry Doyle"), Helene Lackaye (as "Kitty Doyle"), Guy Nichols (as "Dan McClung"), Charles Ritchie (as "Tom Morton"), Lucille Sears (as "Mary Doyle"), Fred E. Strong (as "Roberts"), Morgan Wallace (as "Jim Merrick"). Produced by Sam Harris.

(1926). Stage Play: Hangman's House. Drama. Written by Willard Mack. Based on a novel by Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne. Directed and co-produced by William A. Brady. Forrest Theatre: 16 Dec 1926- Dec 1926 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Walter Abel (as "Dermot McDermot"), Katharine Alexander [credited as Katherine Alexander] (as "Connaught O'Brien"), Ralph Cullinan, Katherine Emmett, R. Henry Handon, Felix Haney, Charles Kennedy [credited as Charles Rann Kennedy], Walter Kenney, Joseph Kilgour, Jack McGraw, Clement O'Loghlen, Emmet O'Reilly, William Pearce, Frank Shannon, Percy Waram (as "Citizen Hogan"). Co-produced by Dwight Wiman.

(1928). Stage Play: The Queen's Husband. Written by Robert E. Sherwood. Directed by John Cromwell. Playhouse Theatre: 25 Jan 1928- May 1928 (closing date unknown/125 performances). Cast: Katharine Alexander (as "Princess Anne"), Reginald Barlow (as "Gen. Northrup"), William Boren (as "Maj. Blent"), Helen Cromwell (as "Another Lady-in-Waiting"), Dwight Frye (as "Prince William"), Gladys Hanson (as "Queen Martha"), Arthur Hughes (as "Dr. Fellman"), Gyles Isham (as "Frederick Granton"), John M. James (as "Sergeant"), Benedict MacQuarrie (as "Laker"), James H. Morrison (as "Petley"), Edward Rigby (as "Phipps"), Marguerite Taylor (as "Lady-in-Waiting"), Wallace Widdecombe (as "Lord Birten"), Roland Young (as "King Eric VIII"). Produced by William A. Brady and Dwight Wiman. Note: Filmed by Radio Pictures [later known as RKO Radio Pictures] as The Royal Bed (1931).

(1928). Stage Play: Little Accident. Comedy. Written by Floyd Dell and Thomas Mitchell. Directed by Joseph Graham and Arthur Hurley. Morosco Theatre: 9 Oct 1928- Jul 1929 (closing date unknown/303 performances). Cast: Katharine Alexander [credited as Katherine Alexander] (as "Isabel Drury"), Patricia Barclay (as "Monica Case"), Madelaine Barr (as "Katie"), Florence Brinton (as "Janet Parke"), Elizabeth Bruce (as "Miss Hemingway"), John Butler (as "Hicks"), Katherine Carrington (as "Lucinda Overbeck"), Elvia Enders (as "Madge Ferris"), Harry Forsman (as "Rev. Doctor Gifford"), Olga Hanson (as "Miss Clark"), Susanne Jackson (as "Mrs. Overbeck"), Desmond Kelley (as "Doctor Zernecke"), Thomas Mitchell (as "Norman Overbeck"), Helen Myrnes (as "Emily Crane"), Adrian Rosely (as "Rudolpho Amendelaro"), Geraldine Wall (as "Doris Overbeck"), Fleming Ward (as "Gilbert Rand"), Malcolm Williams (as "J.J. Overbeck"), Clare Woodbury (as "Mrs. Case"). Produced by Crosby Gaige. Note: Filmed by International Pictures (I)/Christie Corporation and Nunnally Johnson Productions [distributed by RKO] as Casanova Brown (1944) (this was a notable flop for star Gary Cooper).

(1930). Stage Play: The Boundary Line. Drama. Written by Dana Burnet, at the 48th Street Theatre: 5 Feb 1930- Mar 1930 (closing date unknown/37 performances). Cast: Katharine Alexander [credited as Katherine Alexander] (as "Dorothea Fenway"), B.E. Blanchard, John Butler, John T. Doyle, Otto Kruger (as "Allan Fenway"), Winifred Lenihan (as "Margaret Larson"), Lew Payton, Houston Richards, Doris Sanger, Mirian Sears, Marie Simpson, Charles Trowbridge. Produced by A.L. Jones and Morris Green.

(1930). Stage Play: Hotel Universe. Drama. Written by Philip Barry. Directed by Philip Moeller. Martin Beck Theatre: 14 Apr 1930- Jun 1930 (closing date unknown/81 performances). Cast: Katharine Alexander [credited as Katherine Alexander] (as "Ann Field"), Glenn Anders, Morris Carnovsky, Ruth Gordon, Earle Larimore, Phyllis Povah, Gustave Rolland, Ruthelma Stevens, Franchot Tone (as "Tom Ames"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1930). Stage Play: Stepdaughters of War. Drama.

(1931). Stage Play: The Left Bank. Drama.

(1932). Stage Play: Honeymoon. Comedy.

(1933). Stage Play: The Party's Over. Comedy. Written by Daniel Kusell. Scenic Design by Cirker & Robbins. Directed by Howard Lindsay. Vanderbilt Theatre: 27 Mar 1927- May 1933 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Katharine Alexander [credited as Katherine Alexander] (as "Mrs. Patricia Henley"), Ross Alexander (as "Martin"), Geoffrey Bryant (as "Clay Blakely"), Peggy Conklin (as "Phylis Blakely"), George Graham (as "Theodore Blakely"), Georgette Harvey (as "Beulah"), Hilda Plowright (as "Maid"), Effie Shannon (as "Mrs. Theodore Blakely"), G. Albert Smith (as "Oglethorpe"), Harvey Stephens (as "Bruce Blakely")Claire Trevor (as "Betty"). Note: Filmed by Columbia Pictures Corporation as The Party's Over (1934).

(1941). Stage Play: Letters to Lucerne.

(1946). Stage Play: Little Brown Jug. Written by Marie Baumer. Directed by Gerald Savory. Martin Beck Theatre: 6 Mar 1946- 9 Mar 1946 (5 performances). Cast: Katharine Alexander [credited as Katherine Alexander] (as "Irene Haskell"), Ronald Alexander (as "Henry Barlow"), Frieda Altman (as "Lydia"), Percy Kilbride (as "Ira"), Arthur Kranz (as "Michael Andrews"), Marjorie Lord (as "Carol Barlow"), Arthur Margetson (as "Norman Barlow"). Produced by Courtney Burr.

(1948). Stage Play: Time for Elizabeth. Comedy. Written by Norman Krasna and Groucho Marx. Directed by Norman Krasna. Fulton Theatre: 27 Sep 1948- 2 Oct 1948 (8 performances). Cast: Katharine Alexander (as "Kay Davis") [final Broadway role], John L. Arthur (as "Harrison Ogelthorpe") [final Broadway role], Leila Bliss (as "Lily Schaeffer"), Harlan Briggs, Sheila Bromley, Edward Clark (as "George Zwilling"), Russell Hicks (as "Walter P. Schaeffer"), Dick Hogan (as "Richard Coburn"), Ottilie Kruger, Otto Kruger (as "Ed Davis"), Eleanor Lawson, Theresa Lyon (as "Amy Zwilling"), Leonard Mudie (as "Mr. McPherson"), Kenneth Patterson (as "Mr. Robinson"). Produced by Russell Lewis and Howard Young.

(1951) She acted in the play, "Summersault," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Butterfly McQueen in the cast.

(1932) She acted in Horace Braham and her play, "The Left Bank," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Horace Braham in the cast.

(July 9, 1945) She acted in Phoebe and Henry Epron's play, "Three's A Family," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Doro Merande in the cast.

(August 6, 1945) She acted F. Hugh Herbert's play, "Kiss and Tell," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine.

(August 1946) She acted in A.A. Milne's play, "Mr Pim Passes By," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Daisy Atherton in the cast.

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