(1924- 1960). Active on Broadway
in the following productions:
(1924). Stage Play: Havoc. Written by Harry Wall
. Directed by Leo G. Carroll
. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 1 Sep 1924- Oct 1924 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Claud Allister
(as "Captain Taylor") [Broadway debut
], Joyce Barbour
(as "Violet Derring"), Cosmo Kyrle Bellew
(as "Mr. Stephens"), Richard Bird (as "The Babe"), Leo G. Carroll (as "Roddy Dunton"), Jack Esmond (as "Hospital Orderly"), Ralph Forbes
(as "Dick Chappell") [Broadway debut
], Ethel Griffies
(as "Alice Derring"), Denis Gurney
(as "Private Jones"), Forrester Harvey
(as "Biddie"), Vincent Holman (as "Sergt.-Major Paley"), Mollie Johnson (as "Tessie Dunton"), William Kershaw (as "Smithy"), Donovan Maule (as "Lance-Corporal Higgins"), Ruth Raymonde (as "Bennett"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
(1925). Stage Play: The Dark Angel. Written by H.B. Trevelyan. Longacre Theatre: 10 Feb 1925- Apr 1925 (closing date unknown/63 performances). Cast: Claud Allister
(as "Lord Francis Beaumont, Franny"), J.H. Brewer (as "Jowett"), Patricia Collinge
(as "Kitty Fahnestock"), Florence Edney
(as "Roma"), Auriol Lee
(as "Vi Beaumont"), Stanley Logan
(as "Sir Evelyn Fahnestock"), Elsie MacKaye (as "Madge Wilmerding"), Joan MacLean (as "Winnie Mitcham"), Reginald Mason
(as "Hilary Trent"), Barry O'Neill (as "Tom Trowbridge"), Molly Pearson (as "Miss Smallwood"), John Williams
(as "Gerald Shannon"). Produced by Robert Milton
(1925). Stage Play: The Buccaneer. Written by Maxwell Anderson
and Laurence Stallings
. Directed by Arthur Hopkins
. Plymouth Theatre: 2 Oct 1925- Oct 1925 (closing date unknown/20 performances). Cast: Claud Allister
[credited as Claude Allister] (as "Henry Marmion"), Gene Carvel (as "Lady Pierson"), Cecil Clovelly
(as "James Townshend"), J. Colvin Dunn
(as "Don Jacinto De Esmeraldo"), William Farnum
(as "Capt. Henry Morgan"), Ethel Fisher (as "Lady Francis"), Irene Freeman (as "Mrs. Westley"), Ferdinand Gottschalk
(as "Charles II"), Jeanne Greene (as "Carmencita"), William R. Gregory (as "Basilio Fernandez"), Frank Hearn (as "An Ensign"), Galwey Herbert (as "George Castle"), Harry Kendall (as "Dave/A Councillor"), Beatrice Maude
(as "Maria"), Leslie Palmer (as "Commodore Wright"), Lionel Percival (as "A Herald"), Brandon Peters
(as "Capt. Manuel Montalvo"), Edmund Waller (as "Eliphalet Skipworth, Esq."), Estelle Winwood
(as "Dona Lisa/Lady Elizabeth Neville"). Produced by Arthur Hopkins.
(1925). Stage Play: The School for Scandal. Comedy (revival).
(1926). Stage Play: The Play's the Thing. Comedy.
(1928). Stage Play: The Play's the Thing. Comedy (revival).
(1948). Stage Play: The Play's the Thing. Comedy (revival).
(1960). Stage Play: A Mighty Man Is He. Comedy.
(1934) [Other than Broadway
]. He acted in James Bridie and Claud Gurney's play, "Mary Read-Dragoon and Pirate," at His Majesty's Theatre in London, England with Robert Donat, Flora Robson, Iris Hoey, Beatrice Wilson, Betty Hardy, Wilfrid Walter, Marie Dainton, Charles Farrell, John Turnbull, Evan Thomas, and George Benson in the cast. Tyrone Guthrie was director.
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