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Active on Broadway in the following productions:

Howdy, King (1926). Comedy. Written by Mark Swan. Directed by Clifford Brooke. Morosco Theatre: 13 Dec 1926- Jan 1927 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Eleanor Audley (as "Guest of Hotel") [Broadway debut], Byron Beasley, William Beer, Dorothy Beresford, Neil Bridges, Marion Bushee, G. Davidson Clark, Hazel Cooper, Lorna Elliott, Louis Frohoff, Alfred Kappeler (as "Ortega"), Anna Kostant, Leneta Lane, David Leonard, Harriet E. MacGibbon (as "Helen Bond"), Douglas MacPherson, Ruppert May, Frank Mayne, Frank Otto, Hamilton Philips, Frank Reyman, Walter Stewart, George Toll, John Triggs, Franklin Waite, Minor Watson (as "Johnny North"). Produced by Anne Nichols.

On Call (1928). Comedy/drama. Written by Roland Oliver [final Broadway credit]. Directed by Frank McCoy. Waldorf Theatre: 9 Nov 1928- Jan 1929 (closing date unknown/67 performances). Cast: Eleanor Audley (as "Mary Randall"), Dorothea Chard (as "Margie"), Ann Chase, Ray Collins (as "John Q. Smith"), Charles Dosch (as "Robert Gray"), Selwyn Goddard (as "Private Detective"), Emily Ross, Raymond Walburn (as "George Pierpoint"). Produced by Jules J. Leventhal.

Pigeons and People (1933).

Thunder on the Left (1933). Fantasy. Written by Jean Ferguson Black. Based on the novel by Christopher Morley. Directed by Anton Bundsmann. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 31 Oct 1933- Nov 1933 (closing date unknown/31 performances). Cast: Hortense Alden (as "Joyce Clyde"), Eleanor Audley (as "Ruth Brook"), Charita Bauer, James Bell, Jeanne Dante, Ethel Delveccio, Patricia Goodwin, Edna Hagan, Louis Jean Heydt (as "George Granville"), Otto Hulett (as "Ben Brook"), Eugene Low, Cele McLaughlin, Mary McQuade, Frank M. Thomas (as "Martin in Play"), Katherine Warren. Produced by Henry B. Forbes.

Kill That Story (1934). Comedy. Written by Harry Madden and Phillip Dunning. Directed by George Abbott. Booth Theatre: 29 Aug 1934- Dec 1934 (closing date unknown/117 performances). Cast: Joyce Arling (as "Emily"), Buford Armitage (as "Frank Martin"), Eleanor Audley (as "Millicent"), Oliver Barbour (as "Joe Blake"), James Bell, Wyrley Birch (as "Joe McGuire"), Matt Briggs (as "Spike Taylor"), Claire Carleton, George Carleton, William Foran (as "Sam Gersten"), Pedro Galván (as "Second Bell Boy"), Gloria Grafton, Fred Kaufman, James Lane, Emily Lowry, William Lynn, Royal Dana Tracey (as "Paul Simpson"), Thomas F. Tracey (as "J. Goodington Cartwright"), Alfred Webster. Produced by Abbott-Dunning, Inc.

Ladies' Money (1934). Drama. Written by George Abbott. Previously written by Lawrence Hazard and Richard Flournoy. Directed by George Abbott. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 1 Nov 1934- Dec 1934 (closing date unknown/36 performances). Cast: Joyce Arling (as "Ruth Potter"), Eleanor Audley (as "Clare Touhey"), Beatrice Behr, Margaret Callahan, Jerome Cowan (as "Nelson Blummer"), Boyd Crawford, Hal K. Dawson (as "Fruity"), Len Doyle (as "Platt Touhey"), Gordon Hamilton, James P. Houston, Frank Jaquet, Garson Kanin (as "Red"), Eric Linden, Helen Lynd, Gertrude Mudge (as "Drunken Woman"), Margaret Mullen, Jack Rigo, Lora Rogers, Robert R. Sloane, J. Ascher Smith (as "2nd Detective"), Nick Wiger. Produced by Courtney Burr.

Susan and God (1937). Drama. Written by Rachel Crothers. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Plymouth Theatre: 7 Oct 1937- Jun 1938 (closing date unknown/288 performances). Cast: Gertrude Lawrence (as "Susan Trexel'), 'Vera Allen' (as "Irene Burroughs"), Edith Atwater (as "Leonora Stubbs"), Eleanor Audley (as "Charlotte Marley"), David Byrne, Katherine Deane, Frank Fenton, Nancy Kelly (as "Blossom Trexel"), Fred Leslie (as "Hutchins Stubbs"), Paul McGrath (as "Barrie Trexel"), Bigelow Sayre. Produced by John Golden.

Susan and God (1943). Drama (revival). Written by Rachel Crothers. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Robert Burton. City Center Theatre: 13 Dec 1943- 18 Dec 1943 (8 performances). Cast: Eleanor Audley (as "Charlotte Marley"), Jeannette C. Chinley, Francis Compton (as "Hutchins Stubbs"), Doris Day (as "Leonora Stubbs") [not Doris Day of films], Douglas Gilmore, Gertrude Lawrence (as "Susan Trexel"), Earl McDonald, Conrad Nagel (as "Barrie Trexel"), Jean Sampson, William Weber. Produced by John Golden.

In Bed We Cry (1944).

Did the voice of Mrs. Cooper on the radio show "My Favorite Husband."

Voice of Madam Leota in the "Haunted Mansion" at Disneyland and Walt Disney World.

Voice of "Madam Leota" in Disney's 1969 "A Spooky Night in Disney's Haunted Mansion" album.

(January 21, 1939) She acted in Rachel Crothers' play, "Susan and God," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Gertrude Lawrence, Paul McGrath, Frank Fenton, John D. Seymour, Fred Leslie, Edith Atwater, David Byrne, and Nancy Coleman in the cast. Jo Mielziner was set designer. Hattie Carnegie was costume designer. Rachel Crothers was also director.

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