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  • (1928) Playwright (w/ Elmer Rice): "Cock Robin" (filmed as Who Killed Cock Robin? (1938)).
  • Playwright: "The Philadelphia Story" (filmed as The Philadelphia Story (1940), The Philadelphia Story (1959), The Philadelphia Story (1959), The Philadelphia Story (1954), The Philadelphia Story (1950)).
  • (1924) Stage Play: The Youngest. Comedy. Written by Philip Barry. Scenic Design by Livingston Platt. Managing director: Arthur Hornblow Jr.. Directed by Robert Milton. Gaiety Theatre: 22 Dec 1924- 23 Mar 1925 (104 performances). Cast: Jay Fassett (as "Alan Martin"), Paul Harvey (as "Oliver Winslow"), Henry Hull (as "Richard Winslow"), Alice John (as "Katie"), Beatrice Miles, Effie Shannon (as "Charlotte Winslow"), Verree Teasdale (as "Augusta Winslow Martin") [Broadway debut], Genevieve Tobin (as "Nancy Blake"), Harold Vermilyea (as "Mark Winslow"). Produced by Robert Milton.
  • Playwright: "Tomorrow and Tomorrow" (filmed as Tomorrow and Tomorrow (1932)
  • (2008) Stage: Wrote "The Philadelphia Story", performed at the Remy Bumppo Theatre Company in Chicago, IL, with Jacqueline Penrod and Richard Penrod (scenic designers) and Rachel Laritz (costume designer) in the crew.
  • (1950) Stage: Wrote "The Philadelphia Story", performed at the Duchess Theatre in London, England, with Margaret Leighton, Hugh Sinclair, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Ann Stephens, Meriel Forbes, Robert Beatty, Anthony Forwood, Percy Marmont and Richard Pearson in the cast. Molyneux was the costume designer.
  • (1990) Stage: Wrote "Hotel Universe", performed at the Center Theater in Chicago, IL, with Rob Hamilton as the scenic designer.
  • (1927) Stage: Wrote "John", produced on Broadway.
  • (1938) Stage: Wrote "Here Come the Clowns", produced on Broadway. Drama. Directed by Robert Milton. Booth Theatre: 7 Dec 1938-Feb 1939 (closing date unknown/88 performances). Cast: Hortense Alden (as "Gert Marble"), Jerry Austin, Ralph Bunker (as "Ma Speedy"), Leo Chalzel (as "Max Pabst"), Russell Collins (as "John Dickinson"), Eddie Dowling (as "Dan Clancy"; also producer), Doris Dudley, Madge Evans (as "Connie Ryan"), Frank Gaby, James Hagan, Eve March, Thomas Palmer, Bertram Thorn, A.H. Van Buren (as "Freddie Ballantine").
  • (1931) Stage Play: Tomorrow and Tomorrow. Drama. Written by Philip Barry. Directed by Gilbert Miller. Henry Miller's Theatre: 13 Jan 1931-Jul 1931 (closing date unknown/206 performances). Cast: Marie Bruce, Eileen Byron, John T. Doyle, Mary Elizabeth Forbes (as "Miss Frazer"), Zita Johann (as "Eve Redman"), Alice MacIntosh, Herbert Marshall (as "Nicholas Hay"), Osgood Perkins (as "Samuel Gillespie"), Drew Price, Adele Schuyler, Harvey Stephens. Produced by Gilbert Miller. Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures as Tomorrow and Tomorrow (1932).
  • (1927) Stage: Wrote "Paris Bound", produced on Broadway (original production). Music Box Theatre, 234 performances. NOTE: Filmed as Paris Bound (1929).
  • (2010 - 2011) Wrote "The Philadelphia Story," performed at the Circle Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. Bob Knuth was scenic designer.
  • (1987) Wrote "Holiday", performed at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England, with Malcolm McDowell, Mary Steenburgen, Cherie Lunghi, Frank Grimes, Geoffrey Burridge and Don Fellows in the cast. Lindsay Anderson was the director. NOTE: Filmed as Holiday (1938), Holiday (1930), Holiday (1949)),
  • Playwright: "Second Threshold" (filmed as Second Threshold (1951)).
  • Playwright: "The Joyous Season" (filmed as The Joyous Season (1951)
  • Playwright: "In a Garden" (filmed as In a Garden (1961)).
  • Playwright: "You and I" (filmed as The Bargain (1931)
  • (1936) Stage Play: Spring Dance. Comedy. Written by Philip Barry. Based on the play by Eloise Barrangon and Eleanor Golden [final Broadway credit]. Directed by Jed Harris (I)'. Empire Theatre: 25 Aug 1936- Sep 1936 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Brooks Bowman (as "Buck Buchanan"), Marie Bruce (as "Miss Ritchie"), 'José Ferrer' (as "The Lippincot"), Martha Hodge (as "Sally Prescott"), Tookie Hunter (as "Mady Platt"), Richard Kendrick (as "Sam Thatcher"), Ruth Matteson (as "Kate McKim"), Tom Neal (as "Doc Boyd"), Philip Ober (as "Walter Beckett"), Peggy O'Donnell (as "Frances Fenn"), Louise Platt (as "Alex Benson"), Jack Warren (as "John Hatton"), Mary Wickes (as "Mildred") [Broadway debut]. Produced by Jed Harris. Note: Filmed by MGM as Spring Madness (1938).
  • Playwright: "Without Love" (filmed as Without Love (1945)).
  • (1932) Stage Play: The Animal Kingdom. Comedy. Written by Philip Barry. Directed by Gilbert Miller. Broadhurst Theatre: 12 Jan 1932- Jun 19 (closing date unknown/183 performances). Cast: Lora Baxter (as "Cecelia Henry"), Ilka Chase (as "Grace Macomber"), Frederick Forrester (as "Rufus Collier"), Frances Fuller (as "Daisy Sage"), William Gargan (as "Richard Regan"), Leslie Howard (as "Tom Collier"), Betty Lynne (as "Franc Schmidt"), G. Albert Smith (as "Owen Arthur"), Harvey Stephens (as "Joe Fisk"). Produced by Gilbert Miller and Leslie Howard. Note: Filmed by RKO Radio Pictures as The Animal Kingdom (1932), by Warner Bros. as One More Tomorrow (1946), The Animal Kingdom (1957), The Animal Kingdom (1952).
  • Playwright: "High Society" (filmed as High Society (1956)
  • (1941) Stage Play: Liberty Jones. Musical. Music by Paul Bowles. Book by Philip Barry. Lyrics by Paul Bowles. Choreographed by Lew Christensen. Scenic Design and Costume Design by 'Raoul Pène Du Bois'. Directed by John Houseman. Shubert Theatre: 5 Feb 1941- 22 Feb 1941 (22 performances). Cast: Joseph Anthony (as "One of the Seven Friends"), John Beal (as "Commander Tom Smith"), Barbara Brown (as "One of the Eleven Friends"), Eva Burton (as "Singer [The Five]/One of the Eleven Friends"), Alyce Carter (as "Singer [The Five]/One of the Eleven Friends"), William Castle (as "Singer [The Five]/One of the Seven Friends"), Lew Christensen (as "One of the Seven Friends/Dancer [The Two]"), Nancy Coleman (as "Liberty Jones"), Crahan Denton (as "Reporter [The Two]"), Constance Dowling (as "One of the Eleven Friends"), Tom Ewell (as "Dick Brown"), Bedelia Falls (as "One of the Eleven Friends"), Allan Frank (as "Doctor, Committee Member, Policeman [The Four]"), Howard Freeman (as "Harry Robinson"), Vincent Gardner (as "One of the Seven Friends"), Ruth Gibbs (as "Singer [The Five]/One of the Eleven Friends"), Don Glenn (as "Reporter [The Two]"), Honora Harwood (as "One of the Eleven Friends"), Martha Hodge (as "Liberty's Aunt"), Roy Johnston (as "Singer [The Five]/One of the Seven Friends"), Helen Kramer (as "One of the Eleven Friends"), Norman Lloyd (as "Doctor, Committee Member, Policeman [The Four]"), William Lynn (as "Liberty's Uncle"), William Mende (as "Doctor, Committee Member, Policeman [The Four]"), Craig Mitchell (as "One of the Seven Friends"), Ellen Morgan (as "One of the Eleven Friends"), Murray O'Neill (as "Doctor, Committee Member, Policeman [The Four]"), Jack Parsons (as "One of the Seven Friends"), Louis Polan (as "A Shirt [The Three]"), Elise Reiman (as "One of the Eleven Friends/Dancer [The Two]"), Richard Sanders (as "A Shirt [The Three]"), Ivy Scott (as "Nurse Maggie"), Caryl Smith (as "One of the Eleven Friends"), Katherine Squire (as "Nurse Cotton"), Victor Thorley (as "A Shirt"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1926) Stage Play: White Wings. Comedy. Written by Philip Barry. Directed by Winthrop Ames. Booth Theatre: 15 Oct 1926- Nov 1928 (closing date unknown/27 performances). Cast: George Ali (as "Joseph. A Horse"), Arthur Allen (as "Charlie Todd"), Jessie Graham (as "Mrs. Fanny K. Inch"), J.M. Kerrigan (as "Herbert"), Ben Lackland (as "A Taxi-driver") [Broadway debut], Winifred Lenihan (as "Mary Todd"), Donald MacDonald (as "Clyde Sims"), Earl McDonald (as "Ralph Otis/ Dr. Derby"), Donald McKee (as "Paul Pillsbury/Dr. Bowles"), William Norris (as "Mr. Ernest Inch"), Tom Powers (as "Archie Inch"), Phil M. Sheridan (as "A City Employee"), Albert Tavernier (as "Major Philip E. Inch"). Produced by Winthrop Ames.
  • (1935) Stage Play: Bright Star. Written by Philip Barry. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Arthur Hopkins. Empire Theatre: 15 Oct 1935- Oct 1935 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: Mae Castle, Jean Dixon (as "Kate Hastings"), Katherine Grey (as "Emily Updike"), Julie Haydon (as "Hope Blake"), Louis Jean Heydt (as "Sam Riddle"), Rosalie Norman (as "Libby Eldrege"), Damian O'Flynn (as "Paul Herrick"), Lee Tracy (as "Quinn Hanna"). Produced by Arthur Hopkins.
  • (2005) His play, "The Philadelphia Story," was performed at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Kevin Spacey, Oliver Cotton, Jennifer Ehle, Nicholas Le Prevost, Julia McKenzie, and Lauren Ward in the cast. Jerry Zaks was director.
  • (November 18, 1995 - January 14, 1996) "Holiday," comedy revival, written by Philip Barry; directed by David Warren; with Michael Countryman (portraying Nick Potter); Tony Goldwyn (portraying Johnny Case); Tom Lacy (portraying Edward Seton); Anne Lange (portraying Susan Potter); Laura Linney (portraying Linda Seton); Becca Lish (portraying Laura Cram); Reese Madigan (portraying Charles); Rod McLachlan (portraying Seton Cram); Jim Oyster (portraying Henry); Kim Raver (portraying Julia Seton); and Reg Rogers (portraying Ned Seton); on Broadway at the Circle in the Square Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York. (67 total performances, including 17 previews, beginning November 18, 1995)
  • (1932) His play, "The Animal Kingdom," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Walter Abel in the cast.
  • (1932) His play, "Holiday," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Edith Barrett in the cast.
  • (1960) His play, "Paris Bound," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Julia Meade and Russell Nype in the cast.
  • (1940) His play, "Tomorrow and Tomorrow," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Ruth Chatterton and Barry Thomson in the cast.
  • (July 1967) His play, "The Philadelphia Story," was performed at the Ivanhoe Theater in Chicago, Illinois with Lee Bouvier Radziwill in the cast.
  • (1942) His play, "The Philadelphia Story," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Muriel Williams and Lili Damita in the cast.
  • (1997 - 1998) He wrote the original story for the musical, "High Society," in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Cole Porter wrote music and lyrics. Arthur Kopit wrote the book. Christopher Renshaw was director. Paul Gemignani was musical director.
  • (January 4, 1932) His play, "Animal Kingdom," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Leslie Howard in the cast.
  • (October 22, 1940) His play, "The Philadelphia Story," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Joseph Cotton, Van Heflin, and Katharine Hepburn in the cast.
  • (May 4, 1942) His play, "Without Love," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Katharine Hepburn in the cast.
  • (March 13, 1945) His play, "Foolish Notion," was performed at the Martin Beck Theatre in New York City and ran for 104 performances.
  • (October 22, 1945) His play, "Foolish Notion," was performed in a Theatre Guild production at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Tallulah Bankhead, Donald Cook, John Emery, Aubrey Mather, Marlyn Monk, Joan Shepard, Mary Howes, and Diane Chadwick in the cast. Jo Mielziner was set designer. Mainbocher was costume designer. John C. Wilson was producer.
  • (August 1933) His play, "Tomorrow and Tomorrow," was performed in a Manhattan Theatre Repertory Company production at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine.
  • (July 30, 1945) His play, "White Wings," was performed at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Whitford Kane, Frederick Bradlee III, Millicent Brower and Pansey in the cast.
  • (March 21, 1986) His play, "The Philadelphia Story," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Douglas C. Wager was director.
  • (October 3 to November 15, 1980) His play, "Holiday," was performed at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Sally Kellerman, Kevin Kline, Maurice Evans and Marisa Berenson in the cast. Robert Allan Ackerman was director. John Lee Beaty was set designer.
  • (1977-1978 season) His play, "The Philadelphia Story," was performed at the Long Wharf Theatre (Mainstage) in New Haven, Connecticut. Arvin Brown was director. John Jensen was set designer. Bill Walker was costume designer. Ronald Wallace was lighting designer.
  • (1982-1983 season) His play, "Holiday," was performed at the Long Wharf Theatre (Mainstage) in New Haven, Connecticut. John Pasquin was director. Steven Rubin was set designer. Bill Walker was costume designer. Ronald Wallace was lighting designer.
  • (1985 - 1986) His play, "Paris Bound," was performed at the Long Wharf Theatre (Mainstage) in New Haven, Connecticut. John Tillinger was director. Steven Rubin was set designer. Bill Walker was costume designer. Judy Rasmuson was lighting designer. Thomas Fay was composer.

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