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Active on Broadway in the following productions:

La Belle Hélène (1899). Musical/opera.

The Wild Rose (1902). Musical comedy.

George W. Lederer's Mid-Summer Night Fancies (1903).

The Southerners (1904). Musical comedy.

His Honor the Mayor (1906). Musical comedy.

His Honor the Mayor (1907). Musical comedy.

Little Nemo (1908). Musical comedy.

The Deacon and the Lady (1910). Musical. Music by Alfred Aarons. Book by George Totten Smith. Lyrics by George Totten Smith. Musical Director: Ivan Rudisill. Musical Staging by Eddie Clark. Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge. Costume Design by William H. Matthews. Directed by Alfred E. Aarons. New York Theatre: 4 Oct 1910- 15 Oct 1910 (16 performances). Cast: Lillian Baker, Gertie Barreto, Anna Bayuk, William Black (as "Jim Black"), Beatrice Caplet, Wanda Dean, Ida DeCampe, Eva Fallon, George Faust, B. Fetherstone, John Foley, Billy French, Georgie Gardner, Mayme Gehrue, H.W. Gray, Bessie Hale, Harold Healy, Charles Hoff, Dorothy Homer, Robert Hunter, William Izzard, Nellie Jackson, Percy Jennings, Harry Kelly, Arline LaCrosse, Claude Lea, Lee Leontine, Ethel Leyden, Lillian Lippkam, Lillian Mansfield, Aureals Marlow, Maedelyn Marshall, Janis McCann, Katherine McDonald, Birdice McLaughlin, Irene Messenger, Audrey Mohr, Hazel Mooney, Helen Mooney, Pearl Musi, Fletcher Norton, Beatrice Osgood, Clara Palmer, A.L. Rankin, P.H. Riblet, Velma Roberts, Milton Silby, Jeanette Singer, Estelle St. Clair, T. Stanton, C.G. Staples, C.G. Thompson, Marion Thompson, Nellie White, P. Wilson, Ed Wynn [Broadway debut]. Produced by Alfred E. Aarons and Louis F. Werba.

Company's Coming (1931). Comedy/farce. Written by Alma Wilson. Directed by E.B. 'Zeke' Colvan. Lyceum Theatre: 20 Apr 1931- Apr 1931 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Leila Bennett (as "Susie"), William Black (as "Mr. Patterson"), William Boren, Wilfred Clarke, William W. Crimans (as "Sergeant"), Hy Glanz, Francesca Hill, Frieda Inescort (as "Mrs. Janney"), Ellsworth Jones, James La Curto, Mona Lester, Frances Neilson, Lynne Overman (as "Mr. Janney"), Sidney Riggs (as "Mr. Thompson"), Rosalind Russell (as "Miss Mallory"), James Spottswood. Produced by Stanley Sharpe.


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