(1927- 1950). Active on Broadway
in the following productions:
(1927). Stage Play: Arabian Nightmare. Comedy/fantasy. Written by David Tearle and Dominick Colaizzi. Cort Theatre: 10 Jan 1927- Jan 1927 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Seth Arnold
(as "Mr. Horatio Bumble") [Broadway debut
], Marion Coakley, Emilie Corson, Helen Lowell, William Miles, Charles Milward
(as "Jameel"), Percy Moore, Charles Quigley, Lorin Raker, Ethel Strickland, Catherine Willard, Stephen Wright. Produced by Clarke Painter.
(1928). Stage Play: Quicksand. Written and directed by Warren F. Lawrence. Theatre Masque: 13 Feb 1928- Feb 1928 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Robert Ames
(as "Robert Clayton") [final Broadway
role], Frank Andrews
(as "John Austen"), Stanley Andrews (as "Roberts"), Lois Arnold (as "Mrs. Morse"), Seth Arnold
(as "Doctor Shaw"), Allen Atwell (as "Chuey"), Anne Forrest (as "Mary Spencer"), Herbert Lindholm (as "Tony Angelo"), Fred McGuirk (as "Doctor Williams"), Fred Raymond (as "Policeman"), J.F. Robertson (as "Parker"), Betty Utmore (as "Jane Baker"), C.W. Van Voorhis (as "Roger Spencer"). Produced by Liane Held Carrera
[credited as Anna Held, Jr] (final Broadway
(1929). Stage Play: Conflict. Written by Warren F. Lawrence. Directed by Edward C. Lilley
. Fulton Theatre: 6 Mar 1929- Apr 1920 (closing date unknown/37 performances). Cast: Peggy Allenby, Mabel Allyn, Edward Arnold
(as "Roger Winship"), Lois Arnold, Seth Arnold
(as "Lieut. "Pop" Touso"), Jack Bennett, Joseph Boland, David Mann, Frank McHugh
(as "Sgt. "Chink" Burt"), Jack Mead, George Meeker
(as "Chet Touteen"), Dennie Moore
(as "Mary Bishop"), Charles Scott, Spencer Tracy
(as "Richard Banks"), Albert Dekker
(as "Baron Von Mueller"). Produced by Spad Producing Co., Inc.
(1930). Stage Play: Suspense. Melodrama. Written by Patrick MacGill. Directed by Reginald Denham
. Fulton Theatre: 12 Aug 1930- Aug 1930 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: George Anderson, Seth Arnold
(as "Lomax"), Alfred Ayre, Joseph Bodell, Charles Dalton, Reynolds Denniston, Charles Dill, William Evans, Jack Fifer, John Halloran, John O. Hewitt, Frank Horton, Burney Howard, Jack Morgan, Perry Norman, Lionel Pape
(as "Captain Wilson"), Herbert Ranson, Bernard Savage, Henry Vincent. Produced by Charles Dillingham. Produced by arrangement with Hutter & MacGregor of London.
(1931). Stage Play: Free for All. Musical comedy. Material by Oscar Hammerstein II
and Laurence Schwab. Music by Richard A. Whiting. Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Musical Director: John McManus. Dances by Bobby Connolly
. Directed by Oscar Hammerstein II. Manhattan Theatre: 8 Sep 1931- 19 Sep 1931 (15 performances). Cast: Charles Althoff, Seth Arnold
(as "Pete Weber, a Nevada Sheriff"), Olive Bayes, Lilian Bond
(as "Marie Sinnot, Editor of "Free for All"), Julia Chandler, G. Pat Collins, John Donahue, Al Downing, Edward Emery, Dorris Groday, Jack Haley
(as "Steve Potter, Jr., Son of Stephen, Sr."), Peter Higgins, Gus Howard, David Hutcheson, Dorothea James, Grace Johnston, Dorothy Knapp, Clair Kramer, Peter Lang, Jeannette Loff, Philip Lord, Vera Marsh, Rae Powell, Robert Randall, Edwin Saulpaugh, Harry Shannon, Tamara, Thelma Tipson, Don Tomkins, Edward Walters. Produced by Laurence Schwab and Frank Mandel
(1931). Stage Play: Steel. Drama. Written by John Wexley. Directed by John Wexley. Times Square Theatre: 17 Nov 1931- Nov 1931 (closing date unknown/14 performances). Cast: Seth Arnold
(as "William Summers/Skinny"), Egon Brecher
(as "Daniel Raldny"), Clarence Chase, George Colan, Hubert Courtney, Lew Eckles
(as "Detective Johnson"), Paul Guilfoyle, Everett Jonas, David S. Lifson, Byron MacGrath, Barton MacLane
(as "Steve Dugan"), Eleanor Phelps, Truman Quevli, Frank Ray, Daniel Royal, Edgar Stehli
(as "Bill Anderson"), Royal Dana Tracey, Lili Zehner. Produced by Richard Geist Inc.
(1932). Stage Play: Mourning Becomes Electra. Drama (revival).
(1933). Stage Play: Two Strange Women. Written by Edwin B. Self. Directed by Egon Brecher
credit]. Little Theatre: 10 Jan 1933- Jan 1933 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Seth Arnold
, Maude Durand, Douglas Gilmore, John Griggs, Jacqueline Logan
(as "Grace Martin"), Lida MacMillan, John Daly Murphy
, Houston Richards. Produced by A.C. Mester.
(1933). Stage Play: Unto the Third. Comedy. Written by J.N. Gilchrist. Directed by J.N. Gilchrist. Bijou Theatre: 20 Apr 1933- Apr 1933 (closing date unknown/4 performances). Cast: Seth Arnold
(as "Lucien Case Sr."), Edward Broadley
(as "John"), Gwen Day Burroughs (as "Mrs. Lucien Case Jr."), Robert Conness
(as "Lucien Case, Jr."), Robert Crozier (as "Rufus Hatch"), Wallace Erskine
(as "Wordley"), Edward Hartford (as "Edward"), Milton Parsons
(as "James Case"), Loretto Shea (as "Muriel Case"), Sam Wren
(as "George Talbot"). Produced by J.N. Gilchrist.
(1933). Stage Play: Tommy. Comedy (revival).
(1933). Stage Play: The Pursuit of Happiness. Comedy. Written by Alan Child and Isabelle Louden. Directed by Miriam Doyle. Avon Theatre: 9 Oct 1933- May 1934 (252 performances). Cast: Seth Arnold
(as "Reverend Lyman Banks"), Peggy Conklin
(as "Prudence Kirkland"), Hunter Gardner, David Hart, Eleanor Hicks, R.G. Kirchner, Dennie Moore
(as "Meg"), Oscar Polk
(as "Mose"), Tonio Selwart
(as "Max Christman"), Raymond Walburn
(as "Thaddeus Jennings"), Charles Waldron
(as "Captain Aaron"). Produced by Laurence Rivers Inc.
(1935). Stage Play: Symphony. Drama. Written by Charles March. Directed by Felix Weissberger. Cort Theatre: 25 Apr 1935- Apr 1935 (closing date unknown/3 performances). Cast: Seth Arnold
(as "Priest/Bartender/Tramp"), Oliver Barbour
(as "Charles Crane"), Edith Barrett
(as "Prudence Chandler"), Batami (as "Arlova"), Beverly Bayne (as "Mrs. Chandler"), Suzanne Caubaye (as "Monte"), Hene Damur (as "Priscilla"), Frederick De Cordova
(as "Arthur"), Ted de Corsia
(as "Walter Winchell, electrical trans."), Alice Fisher (as "Mrs. Fawcett"), Lillian Green (as "Flo"), Marie Hunt (as "Mrs. Ralston"), Adia Kuznetzoff (as "Baranoff"), Ruth Matteson (as "Marylou"), Adrienne Matzenauer (as "Dorothy"), Sherling Oliver
(as "Bob Bennett"), Patricia Randolph (as "Girl/Constance"), Richard S. Stark (as "Dick"), Margot Stevenson
(as "Estelle"), Tom Stevenson (as "Whitly"), Ann Thomas (as "Diane"), Herbert Warren (as "Mr. Chandler"). Produced by Michael Myerberg.
(1936). Stage Play: The Devil of Pei-Ling. Melodrama.
(1936). Stage Play: Lady Luck. Comedy. A Written by Hyman Adler and R.L. Hill. Directed by Hyman Adler. Adelphi Theatre: 15 Apr 1936- Apr 1936 (closing date unknown/5 performances). Cast: Hurst Amyx (as "Ted McCoy"), Seth Arnold
(as "Leander Fraley"), Charles Eaton
(as "Rudy Larkin") [final Broadway
role], Viola Frayne (as "Alice Fraley"), J. Robert Haag (as "Matt Corrigan"), Jack Harwood (as "Whip Lash"), Leslie King (as "Uncle Tige"), Eileen Myers (as "Lorna Fraley"), James Norris (as "Mark Fraley"), Maud Richmond (as "Winnie Fraley"), Hall Shelton (as "Robin Boyd"), Sam Sidman
(as "Petricoff Chernioff Karonsky") [final Broadway
role]. Produced by Robert Sterling.
(1936). Stage Play: It Can't Happen Here. Drama.
(1937). Stage Play: Many Mansions. Drama.
(1937). Stage Play: Something for Nothing. Comedy. Written by Harry J. Essex and Sid Schwartz. Directed by Harry Wagstaff Gribble
. Windsor Theatre: 9 Dec 1937- Dec 1937 (closing date unknown/2 performances). Cast: Seth Arnold
(as "Will Perkins"), Joe Brown, Sylvia Field
(as "Una Perkins"), Ben Lackland
(as "Kenneth Scott"), Lulu McConnell, Millard Mitchell
(as "Mr. Boyle"), Edgar Stehli
(as "Doc Piper"), Richard Taber, Kent Thurber. Produced by Stuart Drake Inc.
(1941). Stage Play: Clash by Night. Drama. Written by Clifford Odets
. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson
. Directed by Lee Strasberg
. Belasco Theatre: 27 Dec 1941- 7 Feb 1942 (49 performances). Cast: Seth Arnold
(as "Vincent Kress"), Tallulah Bankhead
(as "Mae Wilenski"), Ralph Chambers (as "Mr. Potter"), Lee J. Cobb
(as "Jerry Wilenski"), Stephan Eugene Cole (as "Usher"), Harold Grau
(as "Man"), John F. Hamilton
(as "Jerry's Father"), Katherine Locke (as "Peggy Coffey"), William Nunn
(as "Waiter"), Robert Ryan
(as "Joe W. Doyle"), Joseph Schildkraut
(as "Earl Pfeiffer"), Joseph Shattuck (as "Abe Horowitz"), Art Smith (as "Tom"). Produced by Billy Rose
. Note: Filmed as Clash by Night
(1943). Stage Play: Harriet.
(1944). Stage Play: Last Stop.
(1945). Stage Play: A Place of Our Own. Written and directed by Elliott Nugent
. Royale Theatre: 2 Apr 1945- 7 Apr 1945 (8 performances). Cast: John Archer, Seth Arnold
(as "Jesse Ward"), Wolfe Barzell, Anthony Blair, Jeanne Cagney
(as "Nancy Monroe"), Helen Carew, Toni Favor, Jack Howard, John Howes, Robert Keith
(as "Charles Reddy"), Mercedes McCambridge
(as "Mary Lorimer"), J.C. Nugent
(as "Sam Reddy"), Lotta Palfi. Produced by John Golden. Produced in association with Elliott Nugent and Robert Montgomery
(1946). Stage Play: A Joy Forever.
(1946). Stage Play: I Like It Here. Comedy. Written by A.B. Shiffrin
. Directed by Charles K. Freeman. John Golden Theatre: 22 Mar 1946- 4 May 1946 (52 performances). Cast: Seth Arnold
(as "Mr. Smedley"), Ellis Baker (as "Saphronia Lawrence"), Beverly Bayne
(as "Matilda Merriweather"), Mardi Bryant (as "Laura Merriweather"), John Effrat (as "Captain Leroux"), Oskar Karlweis
(as "Willie Kringle"), Bert Lytell
(as "Sebastian Merriweather") [final Broadway
role], Donald Randolph (as "David Bellow"), William Terry (as "Brad Monroe"). Produced by William Cahn.
(1946). Stage Play: Years Ago. Comedy. Written by Ruth Gordon
. Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager. Directed by Garson Kanin
. Mansfield Theatre: 3 Dec 1946- 31 May 1947 (206 performances). Cast: Seth Arnold
(as "Mr. Sparrow, a man who owned a wagon"), Jennifer Bunker (as "Anna Witham, My Next Best Friend"), Judith Cargill (as "Miss Glavin, from out to Brookline"), A Cat (as "Punk, Our Cat"), Florence Eldridge
(as "Annie Jones, My Mother"), Pat Kirkland
(as "Ruth Gordon Jones, Me"), Bethel Leslie (as "Katherine Follett, My Best Friend"), Fredric March
(as "Clinton Jones, My Father"), Frederick Persson (as "Mr. Bagley, from the Y.M.C.A."), Richard Simon (as "Fred Whitmarsh, a Beau"). Produced by Max Gordon
(1950). Stage Play: Arms and the Girl. Musical comedy. Music by Morton Gould
. Lyrics by Dorothy Fields
. Book by Herbert Fields
, Dorothy Fields and Rouben Mamoulian
. Based on the play "The Pursuit of Happiness" by Lawrence Langner
and Armina Marshall Langner
. Music orchestrated by Morton Gould and Philip J. Lang. Choreographed by Michael Kidd
. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. 46th Street Theatre: 2 Feb 1950- 27 May 1950 (134 performances). Cast: Florenz Ames
(as "Capt. Aaron Kirkland"), Howard Andreola, Andy Aprea, Seth Arnold
(as "Thad Jennings") [final Broadway
role], Pearl Bailey
(as "Connecticut"), Edmund Balin, Mimi Cabanne, Joseph Caruso, Lulu Belle Clarke, John Conte, Cliff Dunstan, Nanette Fabray
(as "Jo Kirkland"), Barbara Ferguson, Paul Fitzpatrick, Peter Gennaro, Annabelle Gold, Georges Guétary, Sterling Hall, Maria Harriton, Eda Heinemann
(as "Prudence Kirkland"), Katherine Henning, William Inglis, Robert Josias, Joan Keenan, William J. McCarthy, Barbara McCutcheon, Peter Miceli, Jerry Miller, Patricia Muller, Dan O'Brien, Mary O'Fallon, Frederick Olsson, Arthur Partington, Robert Rippy, Shirley Robbins, Philip Rodd, Patricia Rogers, Helen Stanton, Bettina Thayer, Donald Thrall, William Thunhurst, Arthur Vinton, Norman Weise, Marc West, Onna White
(as "Dancer"), Fern Whitney, Lou Yetter, Victor Young
. Produced by The Theatre Guild. Produced in association with Anthony Brady Farrell.
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