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(1917) Stage: Appeared (as "LIttle Dick Wayne"; Broadway debut) in "Maytime" on Broadway. Operetta. Music by Sigmund Romberg. Book / lyrics by Rida Johnson Young. Based on a German musical comedy by Rudolph Bernauer, Rudolph Schanzer, Walter Kollo and Willy Bretschneider. Musical Director: Frank Tours. Music orchestrated by Sandar Harmathy and Kiefert. Additional lyrics by Cyrus Wood. Directed by Edward P. Temple and Allan K. Foster. Shubert Theatre (from 16 Aug 1917-17 Feb 1918, then moved to The 44th Street Theatre from 18 Feb 1918-3 Mar 1918, then moved to The Broadhurst Theatre from 1 Apr 1918-4 Aug 1918, then moved to The Lyric Theatre from 5 Aug 1918-8 Sep 1918, then moved to The Broadhurst Theatre from 9 Sep 1918 to close): 16 Aug 1917-19 Oct 1918 (492 performances). Cast: Charles Purcell (as "Richard Wayne"), Douglas J. Wood, Peggy Wood (as "Ottillie Van Zandt"), Arthur Albro, George Allen, Laura Arnold, Gene Aubrey, Pearl Barimore, Florence Bruce, Helen Cameron, Grace Daniels, Bud Davidson, Ann Delmore, Eleanor B. Fox, Pearl Germonde, Burt Hall, Jack Harvey, Virginia Heffren, Ralph J. Herbert, Janet Kenny, Adele Leroy, Rena Manning, Richard Melbourne, C.H. Miller, Richard Morgan, Edward Nannery (as "P.T. Barnum"), William Norris, Maude Odell, Edna Rochelle, Jane Russell, Teddy Shelber, Frank Sidney, Carl Stall, Teddy Stevens, Rose Timble, Minna Valieri, Gertrude Vanderbilt, Henry Ward, Teddy Webb, Fred Williams, Rose Winter, Edith Wright. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert. NOTE: Filmed as Maytime (1937).

(1917) Stage: Appeared in "Happiness" on Broadway (revival). Written by J. Hartley Manners. Criterion Theatre: 31 Dec 1917-May 1918 (closing date unknown/136 performances). Cast: Dorothea Camden, Hubert Druce, Dorothy Dunn, Lynn Fontanne, O.P. Heggie, Edna Jane Hill, Violet Kemble Cooper, J.M. Kerrigan, Catherine Proctor, Andrew Stiles, Laurette Taylor. Produced by George C. Tyler and Klaw & Erlanger.

(1920). Stage Play: Medea. Drama/tragedy. Written by Euripides. Translated by Gilbert Murray. Garrick Theatre: 22 Mar 1920- Apr 1920 (closing date unknown/14 performances). Cast: Dorian Anderson (as "Child"), Warner Anderson (as "Child"), Gordon Burby (as "Creon, ruler of Corinth"), David Case (as "Attendant to Creon"), Dorothy Cheston (as "Woman of Corinth"), Byron Foulger (as "Tutor"), Margaret Fransioli (as "Woman of Corinth"), Miriam Kiper (as "First Woman of Corinth"), Marion McCrea (as "Woman of Corinth"), Leah-Marie Minard (as "Woman of Corinth"), Moroni Olsen (as "Jason, chief of the Argonauts"), Cornelia Ripley (as "Woman of Corinth"), Ralph Roeder (as "Messenger"), Henry Stillman (as "Aegeus"), King of Athens"), Ellen Van Volkenburg (as "Medea"), Janet Young (as "Nurse"), Irving Zechnoff. Produced by Maurice Browne.

(1923) Stage: Appeared (as "John Minuit") in "Within Four Walls" on Broadway. Written by Glen MacDonough. Directed by Oscar Eagle. Selwyn Theatre: 17 Apr 1923-Apr 1923 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Dorian Anderson, Marie Berno, Clay Corroll, Leonard Doyle, Violet Dunn, John Fernlock, Florence Gerald, John Keefe, Walter Lawrence, Nancy Lee, Eugene MacGregor, Anne Morrison, Sherman Wade, Helen Ware (as "Delphine"). Produced by Mack Hilliard.

(1942). Stage Play: Broken Journey. Drama. Written by Andrew Rosenthal. Directed by Arthur Hopkins. Henry Miller's Theatre: 23 Jun 1942- 11 Jul 1942 (23 performances). Cast: Warner Anderson (as "Dan Hardeen"), Edith Atwater (as "Christina Landers"), Helen Carew (as "Essie"), Zita Johann (as "Rachel Thatcher Arlen") [final Broadway role], Joan McSweeney (as "Trina"), Phyllis Povah (as "Belle Newell"), Tom Powers (as "Hale Thatcher"). Produced by Martin Burton.

(1951) Stage: Appeared (as "Dr. Charles Gresham"; final Broadway role) in "Remains to Be Seen" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Directed by Bretaigne Windust. Morosco Theatre: 3 Oct 1951-22 Mar 1952 (199 performances). Cast: Jackie Cooper (as "Waldo Walton"), Harry Shaw Lowe, Madeleine Morka, Janis Paige (as "Jody Revere"), Howard Lindsay (as "Benjamin Goodman"), Edith Bell, John Bouie, Jonathan Brewster, Kirk Brown Jr., Frank Campanella (as "Tony Minetti"), Ossie Davis (as "Al, The Porter"), Lew Herbert, Ross Hertz (as "Dr. Chester Delapp"), Joseph Latham, Paul Lipson, Alexander Lockwood, Karl Lukas (as "Edward Miller"), Hugh Rennie (as "Robert Clark"). Produced by Leland Hayward.


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