(1917) Reporter, Newark Evening News
(1918) Rekindled Fires (novel). New York: Henry Holt
(1919-1920) Publicity Manager, Harper & Bros.
(1921-1923) London Manager, Century Publishinng Co.
(1924) The Golden Village (novel). Indianapolis: Bobbs Merrill
(1930) Casanova Jones (novel). New York: The Century Co.
(1934- 1973). Active on Broadway
in the following productions:
(1934). Stage Play: A Ship Comes In. Drama. Written by Joseph Anthony
credit] [earli. Scenic Design by Herbert Ward and Walter Harvey. Directed by Augustin Duncan. Morosco Theatre: 19 Sep 1934- Oct 1934 (closing date unknown/38 performances). Cast: Jacob Ben-Ami
(as "Dr. Victor Bard"), Edwin Cooper
(as "Mr. Jenkins"), Elizabeth Farrar (as "Mrs. Jenkins"), Manart Kippen
(as "Dr. Carl Brenner"), Bjorn Koefoed (as "Dr. Sawyer"), Boris Korlin (as "Oblanitcheff"), Anna Lubowe (as "Stella Rickert"), Frank Manning (as "Johann"), William Packer (as "Dr. Marvin"), Arthur Row
(as "Ship's Steward"), Virginia Stevens (as "Blanche Mortimer"), Calvin Thomas
(as "H. Gordon Mortimer"). Produced by Richard Herndon. Produced in association with John C. Mayer.
(1937). Stage Play: Professor Mamlock. Drama. Written by Friedrich Wolf
. Translated from the German by Anne Bromberger. Scenic Design by George Phillips. Directed by Harold Bolton. Experimental Theatre: 13 Apr 1937- 10 Jul 1938 (76 performances). Cast: Mary Adams (as "2nd Nurse"), Edith Angold (as "Mrs. Mamlock"), Joseph Anthony
(as "Rolf Mamlock"), Wayne Arey (as "Dr. Seidel"), Shifra Baraks (as "Nurse"), Abe Barso (as "1st Storm Trooper"), Frances Beck (as "Dr. Inge Ruoff"), Louis Brandt (as "Ernest"), Herb Breakstone (as "Dr. Hellpach"), Mollie Buchsbaum (as "Nurse"), Lawrence Clark (as "2nd Storm Trooper"), William Dansker (as "Orderly Simon"), Augusta Durgeon (as "Mrs. Ruoff"), Mary George (as "Ruth Mamlock"), Eleanor Gillmore (as "1st Nurse"), Emil Hirsch (as "Dr. Hirsh"), Greta Karnot (as "Nurse Hedwig"), Jeanette Klein (as "Patient"), Maurice Lazarus (as "3rd Storm Trooper"), Harry Lessin (as "Wounded Worker"), Tom Morrison (as "Dr. Carlsen"), Izella Phenice (as "3rd Nurse"), Morris Strassberg (as "Prof. Mamlock"). Produced by Jewish Theatre Project of the Federal Theatre Project of the WPA.
(1938). Stage Play: On the Rocks. Written by George Bernard Shaw
. Directed by Robert Ross. Daly's 63rd Street Theatre: 15 Jun 1938- Nov 1938 (closing date unknown/66 performances/production closed down from 1 Jul 1938- 6 Oct 1938). Cast: Joseph Anthony
(as " David Chavender"), Donald Arbury, Doan Borrup
(as "Admiral Sir Bemrose Hotspot"), Philip Bourneuf
(as "Sir Arthur Chavender"), Lyster Chambers, Edward Forbes, Ardis Gains, Charlotte Gloer, Victoria Horne, Harry Irvine, George LeSoir
, John Lynds, Charles MacLean Savage, Muriel Starr
(as "Lady Chavender"), Houseley Stevenson
(as "Viscount Barking"), Mervin Williams, Estelle Winwood
(as "The Lady in Grey"). Produced by Federal Theatre Project of The WPA.
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