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(1928). Stage Play: Mima. Written by David Belasco. Directed by David Belasco. Belasco Theatre: 12 Dec 1928- May 1929 (closing date unknown/180 performances). Cast: Eduardo Abdo, A.E. Anson (as "Magister"), Najeeb Assaf, Eva Barcay, Philip Bishop, Sidney Blackmer (as "Janos"), William Boag, Lionel Braham (as "Rubicante"), Romaine Callender (as "Malacoda"), Reginald Carrington, Norman Constantin, Armand Cortes, W. Gordon Craig, Ruth Dayton, Eugene Donovan, Andre Dumont, Jane Ferrell, Myra Florian, Dwight Frye (as "Alfons"), George Gardon, Vivienne Gieson, Florence Golden, Kitty Gray, Alan Hale (as "Farfarello"), Charlcie Hedge, Arthur Stuart Hull (as "The Husband"), Jerome Jordan, Madeline King, Richard Lambart, Frank Lengel, Arthur MacArthur, Schuyler MacGuffin, Charles H. Martin, Jah Misko, Fred Nelson, Logan Paul [final Broadway role], Lennox Pawle, Ben Probst, Frederick Raymond, George Ryan, Anthony J. Sansome, Harold Seton, Loretto Shea, Maurice Sturez, Bernard Sussman, Douglas F. Swanson, Lenore Ulric, Kraft Wilson, Helen Withers, H. Percy Woodley, Ali Ilma Yousoff. Produced by David Belasco.

(1920). Stage Play: Trimmed in Scarlet. Comedy. Written by William Hurlbut. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 2 Feb 1920- Feb 1920 (closing date unknown/14 performances).

(1924). Stage Play: Quarantine. Comedy. Written by F. Tennyson Jesse. Revised by Edgar Selwyn. Directed by Edgar Selwyn. Henry Miller's Theatre: 16 Dc 1924- 27 Apr 1925 (151 performances). Cast: Percy Ames (as "Silent Passenger"), Phil Bishop (as "Mr. Dobson"), Sidney Blackmer (as "Tony Blunt"), Jennie Dickerson (as "Mrs. Burroughs"), Edward Eliscu (as "Waiter") [Broadway debut], Charles Esdale (as "Mackintosh Josephs"), Helen Hayes (as "Dinah Partlett"), A.P. Kaye (as "Steward"), Kay Laurell (as "Pamela Josephs"), Beryl Mercer (as "Pinsent"), Olga Olonova (as "Lola de la Corte") [final Broadway role], William Postance (as "Mr. Burroughs"), Bernard A. Reinold (as "Doctor"), Mary Scott Seton (as "Miss Larpent"). Produced by Charles L. Wagner and Edgar Selwyn. Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures as Lovers in Quarantine (1925).

(1924). Stage Play: The Blue Bandanna. Comedy/melodrama. Written by Hubert Osborne. Vanderbilt Theatre: 23 Jun 1924- Jul 1924 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Sidney Blackmer (as Richard Haskell"), Ray Collins (as "Gentleman Jim Delano"), Charles Hammond (as "Pennington"), Charles Kennedy (as "Dugan"), Knneth Lawton (as "Waiter"), Vivienne Osborne (as "The Girl"), John Ray (as "Policeman"), John Roberts (as "Another Policeman"), Gustave Rolland (as "Maitre d' Hotel"), Roy Walling (as "Burke"). Produced by Charles L. Wagner.

(1924). Stage Play: The Moon-Flower.

(1923). Stage Play: The Rivals. Comedy (revival). Written by Richard B. Sheridan. Directed by Mrs. Shelley Hull. 48th Street Theatre: 7 May 1923- May 1923 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Macklyn Arbuckle [credited as Maclyn Arbuckle] (as "Sir Anthony Absolute"), Sidney Blackmer (as "Captain Jack Absolute, Anthony's son"), John Craig (as "Fag, servant to Absolute"), Violet Heming (as "Lydia Lanquish"), J.M. Kerrigan (as "Sir Lucius O'Trigger"), Eva Le Gallienne (as "Julia"), McKay Morris (as "Faulkland"), James T. Powers (as "David, Servant to Acres"), Mary Shaw (as "Mrs. Malaprop, Aunt to Lydia"), Vivian Tobin (as "Lucy, maid to Lydia"), Francis Wilson (as "Bob Acres"). Produced by The Equity Players Inc.

(1922) Stage: Appeared in "The Love Child" on Broadway. Drama.

(1923). Stage Play: Scaramouche. Romance. Written by Rafael Sabatini. Morosco Theatre: 24 Oct 1923- Dec 1923 (closing date unknown/61 performances). Cast: E.J. Ballantine, Herbert Belmore, Sidney Blackmer, Mary Cecil, H. Cooper Cliffe, William Crimans, Arthur De Langis, Margalo Gillmore, Percy Haswell, Knox Herold, Stanley Howlett, Allyn Joslyn, J.M. Kerrigan(as "Polichinelle"), Louis Le Seuer, Vivienne Osborne, Orlo Sheldon, John L. Shine, Sheldon Stanwood, Dorothy Tierney, Walter Timmis, John Turner, Tim Walters, Frederick Worlock. Produced by Charles L. Wagner.

(1921) Stage: Appeared in "Bridges" on Broadway.

(1921). Stage Play: The Robbery. Comedy. Written by Clare Kummer. Punch and Judy Theatre: 28 Feb 1921- Mar 1921 (closing date unknown/5 performances). Cast: Sidney Blackmer, Mrs. Alice Chapin, Ruth Gillmore, J.M. Kerrigan (as "John Upton").

(1920). Stage Play: Not So Long Ago. Romantic comedy.

(1917) Stage: Appeared (Broadway debut) in "The Morris Dance" on Broadway. Written by Harley Granville-Barker, from the novel "The Wrong Box" by Robert Louis Stevenson. Little Theatre: 13 Feb 1917-Mar 1917 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Richard Bennett, William Foster, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Ethelbert Hales, Dora Heritage, Isadore Marcil, James W. Morrison, Gerald Oliver-Smith, Robert Rendel, Elisabeth Risdon, John L. Shine, Carl M. Tyng, Peter Woolman, Barry O'Moore. Produced by Winthrop Ames.

(1927) Stage: Appeared in "The Springboard" on Broadway. Comedy.

(1931). Stage Play: The Social Register. Comedy. Written by Anita Loos and John Emerson. Directed by John Emerson and Anita Loos. Fulton Theatre: 9 Nov 1931- Feb 1932 (closing date unknown/97 performances). Cast: Sidney Blackmer (as "Charlie Breene"), William Boag (as "An Electrician"), Tom Burton (as "Gentleman Singer"), Wilfred Clarke (as "Mr. Jones"), Theresa Maxwell Conover (as "Mrs. Breene"), Alan Edwards (as "Lester Trout"), Sidney Elliott (as "Prince Alexis"), Jane Farrell (as "Mrs. Vandervent"), Betty Garde (as "Gloria Hall"), Madeleine Gray (as "Mrs. Sherrard"), Hans Hansen (as "Chris"), Hilda Heywood Howe (as "Muriel Devenant"), Marcel Journet (as "Duc De Renan"), Vera Krug (as "A Debutante"), Winifred Martin (as "Lady Singer"), Lenore Sorsby (as "Ruth Prescott"), Donald Stewart (as "Claude"), Elizabeth Taylor (as "Lula"), George Henry Trader (as "Mr. Wiggins"), Helen Tucker (as "Kay Wilson"), Lenore Ulric (as "Patsy Shaw"), Andree Villars (as "Lady Sharpley"), Alan Wallace (as "Ronald"), Oswald Yorke (as "Mr. Breene"). Produced by Erlanger Productions Inc. Note: Filmed by Columbia Pictures Corporation as Social Register (1934).

Stop-over (1938). Written by Matt Taylor and Sam Taylor. Directed by Worthington Miner. Lyceum Theatre: 11 Jan 1938- Jan 1938 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Alice Ann Baker (as "Mrs. Scanlon"), Ramon Blackburn (as "Benjamin Farnham Jr."), Sidney Blackmer (as "Bartley Langthorne"), A.S. 'Pop' Byron (as "Matt Scanlon"), Donald Cameron Dr. Ralph Greyson"), Norma Chambers (as "Marie Farnham"), Harry Cooke (as "Arthur Darrow"), Edwin Cooper (as "Ed Latimer"), Staats Cotsworth (as "Dick McKernan"), Muriel Kirkland (as "Bessie Latimer"), Billy Redfield (as "Peter Farnham"), Jean Rodney (as "Janet Archer"), Eugene Schiel (as "Jerry Farnham"), James Shelburne (as "Lew Foster"), Calvin Thomas (as "Ben Farnham"), Robert Thomsen (as "Father Conley"). Produced by Chase Productions, Inc.

(1944) Stage: Appeared in "Pretty Little Parlor" on Broadway.

(1945). Stage Play: Round Trip.

(1946). Stage Play: Wonderful Journey. Comedy. Written by Harry Segall. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Costume Design by Bianca Stroock. Directed by Frank Emmons Brown. Coronet Theatre: 25 Dec 1946- 1 Jan 1947 (9 performances). Cast: Wallace Acton (as "Messenger 7013"), Fay Baker (as "Julia Farnsworth"), Sidney Blackmer (as "Mr. Jordan"), Robert Caldwell (as "Radio Announcer/Doctor"), Hal Conklin (as "Tony Abbott"), Carmen Costi (as "A Workman"), Stephen Elliott (as "Handler"), Jean Gillespie (as "Bette Logan"), Barry Kelley (as "Williams"), Michael Lewin (as "2nd Escort/Trainer"), Philip Loeb (as "Max Levene"), Donald Murphy (as "Joe Pendleton"), Phil Stein (as "1st Escort/Plain-Clothesman"), Ann Sullivan (as "Susie"), Richard Taber (as "Ames/Lefty"), Richard Temple (as "Ames"). Produced by Theron Bamberger. Produced in association with Richard Skinner.

(1947). Stage Play: Portrait in Black.

(1950). Stage Play: Come Back, Little Sheba. Drama. Written by William Inge. Scenic Design and Lighting Design by Howard Bay. Costume Design by Lucille Little. Directed by Daniel Mann. Booth Theatre: 15 Feb 1950- 29 Jul 1950 (190 performances). Cast included Sidney Blackmer, Shirley Booth (as "Lola"), Olga Fabian, Joan Lorring, Wilson Brooks, Lonny Chapman, Robert Cunningham, Paul Krauss, John Randolph, Daniel Reed, Arnold Schulman. Undertsudies: Polly Rowles, Olive Stacey, Dennis Weaver. Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1952). Stage Play: The Brass Ring. Written by Irving Elman. Incidental music by John Barrows. Directed by Stanley Gould. Lyceum Theatre: 10 Apr 1952- 12 Apr 1952 (4 performances). Cast: Sidney Blackmer (as "George Westman"), Patricia Benoit, Carol Goodner, Conrad Janis (as "Charlie Butler"), Bethel Leslie (as "Joan Westman"), Douglas Watson, Helene Dumas, Paul Ford (as "George's Father"), Joseph Leberman, Fred Irving Lewis (as "Spence"), Margaretta Warwick. Produced by Donald Wolin. Produced in association with Donald Flamm.

(1963). Stage Play: A Case of Libel. Drama.

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