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(1907) Stage: Appeared in "The Ranger" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Augustus E. Thomas. Wallack's Theatre: 6 Sep 1907-Sep 1907 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Dustin Farnum (as "Capt. Esmond"), John G. Adolfi (credited as John Adolphi), Florence Auer, Mary Boland [Broadway debut], Frank Burbeck, Mathilde Deschon, Roberto Deschon, Edward Dillon, George K. Henery, Charles Lane, Wallace McCutcheon, Sam D. Merrill, Frank Nelson, Antonio Nevarro, Beatrice Prentice [Broadway debut], Bernice Yerrance. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1908) Stage: Appeared (as "Ethel") in "Jack Straw" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by W. Somerset Maugham. Stage Manager: Robert Schable. Directed by William Seymour. Empire Theatre: 14 Sep 1908-Dec 1908 (closing date unknown/112 performances). Cast: John Drew (as "Jack Straw"), Vivian Blackburn (as "Flossie Squaretoes"), Rose Coghlan (as "Mrs. Parker Jennings"), Edgar L. Davenport (as "Ambrose Holland, Jack's Friend"), Helen Freeman (as "Rosie Abbott"; Broadway debut), Frank Goldsmith (as "Lord Serlo"), Grace Henderson (as "Mrs. Withers"), Kate Kimball, Mario Majeroni (as "Count Adrian Von Bremer"), Edwain Nicander (as "Vincent, Parker's Son"), Soldine Powel (credited as E. Soldene Powell; as "Rev. Lewis Abbott"), Adelaide Prince (as "Lady Wanley"), Walter Soderling (as "Servant"), Frederick Tyler (as "Mr. Parker Jennings"). House Manager / producer: Charles Frohman. Theatre Leased by Charles Frohman. Theatre Owned and Operated by Frank W. Sanger and Al Hayman. NOTE: Filmed as Jack Straw (1920), as The Waiter from the Ritz (1926).

(1909) Stage: Appeared in "Inconstant George" on Broadway. Written by Robert de Flers and Gaston Arman de Cavaillet. Book adapted by Gladys Unger. Empire Theatre: 29 Sep 1909-Dec 1909 (closing date unknown/85 performances). Cast: John Drew (as "George"), Marie Berkeley, Carlotta Doty, Bernard Fairfax, Desmond Kelly, Jane Laurel, Rex McDougall, Adelaide Prince, Martin Sabine, Robert Schable, Alice Soderling, Walter Soderling, Frederick Tiden. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1910) Stage: Appeared in "Smith" on Broadway. Written by W. Somerset Maugham. Directed by William Seymour. Empire Theatre: 5 Sep 1910-Dec 1910 (closing date unknown/112 performances). Cast: Lewis Casson, John Drew, Isabel Irving, Jane Laurel, Morton Selton, Hassard Short, Dame Sybil Thorndike. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1911) Stage: Appeared in "A Single Man" on Broadway. Comedy. Written / directed by Hubert Henry Davies. Empire Theatre: 4 Sep 1911-Dec 1911 (closing date unknown/104 performances). Cast: Helen Bolte, Clara T. Bracy [credited as Clara Bracy], Frances Comstock, John Drew, Louise Drew, Thomas Kelly, Thais Lawton, Carroll McComas, Cecilia Radclyffe, Lewise Seymour, Ivan F. Simpson. Produced by Charles Frohman. NOTE: Filmed as The Single Man (1919), A Single Man (1929).

(1912) Stage: Appeared in "The Perplexed Husband" on Broadway. Written / directed by Alfred Sutro. Empire Theatre: 2 Sep 1912-Nov 1912 (closing date unknown/80 performances). Cast: John Drew, Hubert Druce, Alice John, Nina Sevening, Walter Soderling, Margaret Watson. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1913) Stage: Appeared in "Much Ado About Nothing" on Broadway. (Revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Empire Theatre: 1 Sep 1913-Sep 1913 (unknown closing date/24 performances). Cast: Nigel Barry, Malcolm Bradley, Laura Hope Crews, Herbert Delmore, John Drew, Hubert Druce, Frank Elliott, Fred Eric, Annie Francis, Sidney Herbert, Frank Kemble-Cooper, Rexford Kendrick, Edward Longman, Bertram Marburgh, Walter Soderling, Henry Stephenson. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1913) Stage: Appeared in "The Will. Written by J.M. Barrie. Empire Theatre: 29 Sep 1913-Oct 1913 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: John Drew, Fred Eric, Sidney Herbert, Frank Kemble-Cooper, Murray Ross, Walter Soderling. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1913) Stage: Appeared in "The Tyranny of Tears" on Broadway. (Revival). Written / directed by C. Haddon Chambers. Empire Theatre: 29 Sep 1913-Oct 1913 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast included: Laura Hope Crews, John Drew, Hubert Druce, Walter Soderling.

(1914) Stage: Appeared in "A Scrap of Paper" on Broadway (revival). Written by Victorien Sardou. Empire Theatre: 11 May 1914-Jun 1914 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Helen Collier, Charles Dalton, John Drew, Ernest Glendinning, Charlotte Ives, Jeffreys Lewis, Frank McCoy, Fuller Mellish, Walter Soderling, Mrs. Thomas Whiffen. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1914). Stage Play: My Lady's Dress. Written by Edward Knoblock [credited as Edward Knoblauch]Playhouse Theatre: 10 Oct 1914- Nov 1914 (closing date unknown/57 performances). Cast: Lucy Beaumont (Broadway debut), Mary Boland, Christine Brooks, Viviane De Roincee, Mary Deverell, Helen Fox, Fuller Mellish, Amelia Nelligan, Yetla Nicol, Barnett Parker, Leon Quartermaine, Ina Rorke [credited as Ina Rourke], Clarissa Selwynne, Eric Snowden [Broadway debut], Robert Vivian, S.J. Warmington. Produced by Joseph Brooks. Note: Filmed by Fox Film Corporation as Blind Wives (1920).

(1916) Stage: Appeared in "Backfire" on Broadway. Written by Stuart Fox. Directed by L.B. Parker and Walter N. Lawrence (also producer). 39th Street Theatre (moved to the Lyceum Theatre on 30 Oct 1916-close): 2 Oct 1916-Nov 1916 (closing date unknown/64 performances). Cast: William Bonelli, Adrienne Bonnell, Roy Briant, Harry Brukhardt, Caroline Campe, Martin Cheesman, Ogden Crane, Henry Gsell, Fred W. Peters, Frederick Truesdell.

(1917) Stage: Appeared in "The Case of Lady Camber" on Broadway. Written by Horace Annesley Vachell. Lyceum Theatre: 26 Mar 1917-May 1917 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: William L. Abingdon [final Broadway role], Shirley Aubert, Henry Dornton, Louie Emery, Lyn Harding, Holmes Herbert [final Broadway role], Kate Serjeantson, Sidney Shields. Produced by Charles Frohman Inc. NOTE: Filmed as Lord Camber's Ladies (1932).

(1918) Stage: Appeared in "Sick-a-Bed" on Broadway. Written by Ethel Watts Mumford. Gaiety Theatre: 25 Feb 1918-May 1918 (closing date unknown/80 performances). Cast: Thomas Allyn, David Burton, Frank Connor, Charles E. Evans, John Flood, Mary Newcombe, Edwin Nicander, Edward O'Connor, George Parsons, Julia Ralph, Dallas Welford. Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.

(1918) Stage: Appeared in "The Matinee Hero" on Broadway. Written by Leo Ditrichstein and A.E. Thomas. Vanderbilt Theatre: 7 Oct 1918-Dec 1918 (closing date unknown/64 performances). Cast: Leo Ditrichstein, Josephine Hamner, Robert McWade, Jessie Parnell, Catherine Proctor, William Ricciardi, Brandon Tynan, Cora Witherspoon. Produced by Cohan & Harris.

(1919) Stage: Appeared (as "Mrs. Wheeler") in "Clarence" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Booth Tarkington. Directed by Frederick Stanhope. Hudson Theatre: 20 Sep 1918-Jun 1920 (closing date unknown/300 performances). Cast: Willard Barton, Hubert Stem, Barlowe Borland (as "Dinwiddie"), John Flood (as "Mr. Wheeler"), Helen Hayes (as "Cora Wheeler"), Glenn Hunter (as "Bobby Wheeler"), Alfred Lunt (as "Clarence"), Elsie MacKay (as "Violet Pinney"), Rea Martin (as "Della"), Susanne Westford (as "Mrs. Martyn"). Produced by George C. Tyler.

(1921). Stage Play: Alias Jimmy Valentine. Melodrama (revival). Written by Paul Armstrong. Directed by Hugh Ford. Gaiety Theatre: 8 Dec 1921- Jan 1922 (closing date unknown/46 performances). Cast: Mary Boland (as "Mrs. Webster"), Earle Brown (as "Red Joclyn"), Emmett Corrigan (as "Doyle"), Archie Curtiss (as "Smith"), Edmund Elton (as "Bill Avery"), George Farren (as "William Lane"), Margalo Gillmore (as "Rose Lane"), Harold Hartsell (as "Handler"), Grace Henderson (as "Mrs. Moore"), Emil Hoch (as "Blickendolfenbach"), J.J. Hyland (as "Dick the Rat"), William Ingersoll (as "Robert Fay, Lt. Governor of New York"), John Kennedy (as "A Bank Clerk"), Otto Kruger (as "Lee Randall"), Andrew Lawlor (as "Bobby Lane"), Lorna Volare (as "Kitty Lane"), Edward Wonn (as "Blinky Davis"). Produced by George C. Tyler.

(1922) Stage: Appeared (as "Kate Blackwell") in "The Advertising of Kate on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Annie Nathan Meyer. Ritz Theatre: 8 May 1922-May 1922 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Leslie Austin, Byron Beasley, Fay Courteney, Peggy Doran, Louis Fierce, Helen Gill, Gardner James, Isabel Lamon, Gertrude Mann, Jessie Nagle, Maud Sinclair, Louis Stewart, Bernard Thornton, Bertram Uren, Fred J.J. Waedler, Mrs. Thomas Whiffen, Ray Wilson. Produced by Lee Kugel.

(1922) Stage: Appeared (as "Paula") in "The Torch Bearers" on Broadway. Written / directed by George Kelly. Comedy/satire. 48th Street Theatre: 29 Aug 1922-Dec 1922 (closing date unknown/135 performances). Cast: Daisy Atherton, William Castle, J.A. Curtis, Douglas Garden, Mary Gildea, Booth Howard, Rose Mary King, Helen Lowell, Edward Reese, Arthur Shaw, Alison Skipworth. Produced by Rosalie Stewart and Bert French.

(1923) Stage: Appeared (as "Gertrude Lennox") in "Meet the Wife" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Lynn Starling [earliest Broadway credit] Klaw Theatre: 26 Nov 1923-Jun 1924 (232 performances). Cast: Charles Bloomer (as " William"), Humphrey Bogart (as "Gregory Brown"), Patricia Calvert (as "Alice"), Charles Dalton (as "Harvey Lennox"), Eleanor Griffith (as "Doris Bellamy"), Ernest Lawford (as "Philip Lord"), Clifton Webb (as "Victor Staunton"). Produced by Stewart & French Inc.

(1925) Stage: Appeared (as "Susan Martin") in "Cradle Snatchers" on Broadway. Comedy/farce. Written by Norma Mitchell and Russell G. Medcraft. Scenic Design by Clark Robinson. Directed by Sam Forrest. Music Box Theatre: 7 Sep 1925-Jun 1926 (closing date unknown/332 performances). Cast: Willard Barton, Humphrey Bogart (as "Jose Vallejo"), Moon Carroll, Gene Raymond (credited as Raymond Guion; as "Oscar Nordholm"), Raymond Hackett, Myra Hampton (as "Elinor"), Stanley Jessup (as "Howard Drake"), Mary Loane, Margaret Loane, Margaret Moreland, Mary Murray, Edna May Oliver (as "Ethel Drake"), Cecil Owen (as "George Martin"), Gerald Phillips. Produced by Sam Harris, in arrangement with Hassard Short. NOTES: (1) Filmed as The Cradle Snatchers (1927). (2) Theatre owned and operated by Sam H. Harris and Irving Berlin [Mr. Berlin had no involvement with production].

(1927) Stage" Appeared in "Women Go On Forever" on Broadway. Written by Daniel Nathan Rubin. Directed by John Cromwell. Forrest Theatre: 7 Sep 1927-Dec 1927 (closing date unknown/117 performances). Cast: James Cagney (as "Eddie"), Willard Foster (as "Dr. Bevin"), Edwin Kasper, David Landau (as "Daly"), Mary Law (as "Mabel"), Constance McKay, Douglass Montgomery (as "Harry"), Myron Paulson (as "Hulbert"), Osgood Perkins (as "Pete"), Francis Pierlot (as "Mr. Givner"), Hans Sandquist (as "Sven"), Elizabeth Taylor, Edna Thrower, Morgan Wallace (as "Jake"), Sam Wren. Produced by William A. Brady and Dwight Wiman. Produced in association with John Cromwell.

(1928) Stage: Appeared (as "Rosalie West") in "Heavy Traffic" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by 'Arthur Richman' (qav). Directed by Bertram Harrison. Empire Theatre: 5 Sep 1928-Oct 1928 (closing date unknown/61 performances). Cast: Herbert Belmore, Leo G. Carroll (as "Tommy Fairchild"), Edward Crandall, Jean Dixon, Reginald Mason, A.E. Matthews (as "Ralph Corbin"), Robert Strange, Kay Strozzi (as "Isabel Mancini"). Produced by Charles Frohman, Inc.

(1930) Stage: Appeared (as "Ada Hubbard") in "Ada Beats the Drum" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by John Kirkpatrick. Directed by Geoffrey Kerr. John Golden Theatre: 8 May 1930-Jun 1930 (closing date unknown/46 performances). Cast included: Marcel Rousseau, George Barbier, Natalie Schafer. Produced by John Golden.

(1930) Stage: Appeared (as "Laura Merrick") in "The Vinegar Tree" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Paul Osborn. Directed by Winchell Smith. Playhouse Theatre: 19 Nov 1930-Jun 1931 (closing date unknown/229 performances). Cast: Helen Brooks, Walter Colligan, H. Reeves-Smith, Allen Vincent, Warren William, Katherine Wilson. Produced by Dwight Wiman.

(1932) Stage: Appeared (as "Mrs. Meshbesher") in "Face the Music" on Broadway. Musical comedy/revue. Book by Moss Hart. Lyrics / Music by Irving Berlin. Musical Director: Frank Tours. Music Orchestrated by, Frank Tours, Robert Russell Bennett and Maurice De Packh. Scenic Design by Albert R. Johnson. Costume Design by Kiviette and Weld. Choreographed by Albertina Rasch. Staged by Hassard Short. Directed by George S. Kaufman. New Amsterdam Theatre: 17 Feb 1932-9 Jul 1932 (165 performances). Cast: Thomas Arace, Ward Arnold (as "Postman"), Jack Barnes, Virginia Bethel, Mary Brooks, Dave Burns, Charles Burrows, Katherine Carrington, Dorothy Claire, Charles Coleman, Aida Conkey, Leslie Cornell, Ed Crosswell, Guy Daly, Maxine Darrell, Peggy Dell, Martin Dennis, Nancy Dolan, Bert Doughty, Elsie Duffy, Clyde Fillmore, George Ford, Edward Gargan (as "Mr. O'Rourke"), Jack Good, Frances Halliday, Rita Horgan, Elizabeth Houston, Valerie Huff, Jay Hunter, Vernon Jayson, Alice Kellerman, Irene Kelly, Mary Kennedy, Phil King, Dorothy Lamb, Jeanette Lea, Betty Lee, Margaret Lee, Clark Leston, Bob Long, Helen Lyons, Joseph Macauley (as "Rodney St. Clair, Prosecuting Attorney"), Ruth Martin, Vida McLain, Howard Morgan, J. Harold Murray (as "Pat Mason Jr."), Fred Nay, Dorissa Nelova, Evelyn Nielson, Chester O'Brien, Emmett O'Brien, Mortimer O'Brien, Hugh O'Connell (as "Martin van Buren Meshbesher"), Pat O'Keefe, Oscar Polk (as "Rivington"), Wilma Roeloff, Etna Ross, Jack Ross, Jimmy Ryan, Jean Sargent, Peter Sargent, Martin Shepard, Stuart Steppler, Helen Thompson, Andrew Tombes (as "Hal Reisman"), Kathleen VanNoy, Mary Grace Van Noy, Dorothy Waller, Teddy West, Jack Wolfe, Dan Wyler. Produced by Sam Harris.

(1933) Stage: Appeared (as "Mrs. Meshbesher") in "Face the Music" on Broadway. Musical comedy/revue (revival). Music / Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Book by Moss Hart. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett, Frank Tours and Maurice De Packh. Scenic Design by Albert R. Johnson. Lighting Design by Hassard Short. Costume Design by Kiviette and Weld. Choreographed by Albertina Rasch. Production staged by Hassard Short. Book directed by George S. Kaufman. 44th Street Theatre: 31 Jan 1933-25 Feb 1933 (31 performances). Cast: Joan Abbey (as "Girl"), Margot Adams (as "Miss Eisenheimer" / "Girl"), George Anderson (as "Mr. O'Rourke"), Kay Apgar (as "Girl"), Thomas Arace (as "Detective"), James Babbitt (as "Boy"), Bob Baldwin (as "Bartender"), John Barker (as "Pat Mason Jr."), Janet Biesantz (as "Girl"), Alice Brent (as "Girl"), Janet Carver (as "The Albertina Rasch Dancers"), Carol Clyde (as "Girl"), Frank Conway (as "Boy"), Don Costello (as "Louis" / "Mr. O'Ryan"), Ed Crosswell (as "Boy"), Guy Daly (as "Boy"), Peggy Dell (as "The Albertina Rasch Dancers"), Martin Dennis (as "Boy"), Frank Dobson (as "Sheriff"), Bert Doughty (as "Boy"), Dorothy Drum (as "Mme. Elise"), John W. Ehrle (as "Rodney St. Clair, Prosecuting Attorney"), Betty Eisner (as "The Albertina Rasch Dancers" / "Leading Dancer"), Margaret Fitzpatrick (as "Girl"), Vera Fredericks (as "The Albertina Rasch Dancers" / "Captain"), Marie Gale (as "Girl"), Inez Goetz (as "A Sister Team" / "Girl"), Jack Good (as "Joe"), Bob Grey (as "Boy"), E.D. Howell (as "Boy"), Robert Emmett Keane (as "Hal Reisman"), Charles Lawrence (as "Martin van Buren Meshbesher"), Margaret Lee (as "Pickles"), Bob Long (as "Boy"), Virginia Mandracia (as "Girl"), George Marshall (as "Stage Doorman"), Nancy McCord (as "Kit Baker"), Martha Merrill (as "The Albertina Rasch Dancers"), Howard Morgan (as "Boy"), Ed Murray (as "Boy"), Fred Nay (as "Boy"), Pat O'Keefe (as "May/Girl"), Oscar Polk (as "Rivington"), Thomas Reynolds (as "Judge Furioso"), Marty Rhiele (as "Boy"), Jack Richards (as "Boy"), Vivian Roscoe (as "Girl"), Ray Santos (as "Boy"), Peter Sargent (as "Mrs. Meshbesher's Footman"), Daniel Sullivan (as "Postman"), Louise Taylor (as "Girl"), Martha Tibbetts (as "Mme. Elise's Assistant/Girl"), Colleen Ward (as "A Sister Team/Girl"), Dolly Widell (as "Girl"), Jack Wolfe (as "Boy"). Produced by Producing Associates Inc. Produced by arrangement with Sam Harris.

(1935) Stage: Appeared (as "The Queen") in "Jubilee" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Based on material by Moss Hart. Music by Cole Porter. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costumes / modern gowns designed by Irene Sharaff and Connie De Pinna. Lighting Design by Hassard Short (also director). Dialogue Directed by Monty Woolley. Choreographed by Albertina Rasch. Imperial Theatre: 12 Oct 1935-7 Mar 1936 (169 performances). Cast: Margaret Adams, Betty Allen (as "Ensemble"), Virginia Allen (as "Ensemble"), Albert Amato (as "Announcer" / "Ensemble"), Dorothy Atkins (as "Ensemble"), Bruce Barclay (as "Ensemble"), May Boley (as "Eva Standing"), Jeanette Bradley (as "Ensemble"), Charles Brokaw, Donald Brown, Jerry Bruce (as "Ensemble"), Bobby Burns, Wyn Cahoon (as "Ensemble"), Kay Cameron (as "Ensemble"), Leo Chalzel (as "Cabinet Minister" / "Keeper of Zoo" / "Newsboy"), Montgomery Clift (as "Prince Peter"), Helen Cole (as "Ensemble"), Melville Cooper (as "The King"), Tom Curley (as "Ensemble"), Miriam Curtis (as "Ensemble"), Denise Denning (as "Ensemble"), Jack Donaldson (as "Ensemble"), Donald Douglas, Evelyn Eaton (as "Ensemble"), Jack Edwards (as "The Drunk"), Jane Evans (as "Mrs. Watkins"), Ted Fetter (as "The Usher"), Alice Fitzsimmons, Dorothy Forsythe (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Fox (as "The Beach Widow"), Jacqueline Franc (as "Ensemble"), Rose Gale (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Graves (as "Ensemble"), Vernon Hammer (as "Ensemble"), Marion Hammer (as "Ensemble"), Marion Heemsath (as "Ensemble"), Buddy Hertelle, Jay Hunter (as "Ensemble"), Michael James (as "Ensemble"), Joyce Johnson (as "Ensemble"), Janice Joyce (as "Ensemble"), Adele Jergens, Jackie Kelk, James Keogan, Leslie Kingdon (as "Ensemble"), June Knight (as "Karen O'Kane"), Robert Lewis, Richie Ling (as "Lord Wyndham"), Helene Louise, Jules Mann (as "Ensemble"), Philip Mann (as "Ensemble"), Patricia Martin (as "Ensemble"), Jack Millard (as "Ensemble"), John Moore (as "Ensemble"), Mickey Moore (as "Ensemble"), Harry Murray (as "Master of Ceremonies" / "Ensemble"), Frank Nay (as "Ensemble"), Austra Neiman (as "Ensemble"), Mark Plant, David Preston (as "Ensemble"), Victor Pullman (as "Ensemble"), Olive Reeves-Smith (as "Laura Fitzgerald"), Patricia Roe, Raymond Roe, Wilma Roelof, Sid Salzer (as "Ensemble"), Tanya Sanina (as "Ensemble"), Bob Schultz (as "Ensemble"), Peggy Seel (as "Ensemble"), Grena Sloan, Ralph Sumpter, Vernon Tanner (as "Ensemble"), Rose Tyrrell (as "Ensemble"), Norman Van Emburgh (as "Ensemble"), Elsa Walbridge (as "Ensemble"), Charles Walters (as "Prince James"), Gil White (as "Ensemble"), Jack Whitney, Castle Williams (as "Ensemble"), Derek Williams (as "Eric Dare"), Gilbert Wilson, Janice Winter (as "Ensemble"), Erika Zaranoya (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Sam Harris and Max Gordon.

(1938) Stage: Appeared (as "Ensemble Player"; replacement actor) in "Hellzapoppin" on Broadway. Musical revue. Based on material by Ole Olsen and 'Chic Johnson' (qav). Directed by Eddie Dowling (credited as Edward Duryea Dowling). 46th Street Theatre (moved to The Winter Garden Theatre on 26 Nov 1938 thru 23 Nov 1941 then to The Majestic Theatre on 25 Nov 1941 to close): 22 Sep 1938-17 Dec 1941 (1404 performances). Cast included: Chic Johnson, Ole Olsen, Billy Adams, The Aloha Maids, Barto & Mann, Bergh and Moore, The Charioteers, Bettymae Crane, Beverly Crane, Syd Dean, Ray Kinney, Walter Nilsson, J.C. Olsen, The Radio Rogues, Bonnie Reed, Mel Reed, Roberta & Ray, Hal Sherman, The Starlings, Dorothy Thomas, Shirley Wayne, Whitey's Steppers, June Winters. Replacement actors included: Jay C. Flippen, Renee Havel, Anne Middleton, Dolly Spence, Milton Stern. NOTES: (1) It's doubtful if audiences ever saw the same outrageous show exactly the same way twice, which became part of its appeal. It was the most popular show produced on pre-war Broadway. (2) Filmed as Hellzapoppin' (1941).

(1942) Stage: Appeared (as "Mrs. Malaprop") in "The Rivals" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Richard B. Sheridan. Directed by Eva Le Gallienne. Shubert Theatre: 14 Jan 1942-28 Feb 1942 (54 performances). Cast: George Boots, Philip Bourneuf, Donald Burr, Bobby Clark, Walt Draper, Helen Ford, Walter Hampden, Frances Reid, Horace Sinclair, Haila Stoddard, Robert Wallsten, William Whitehead. Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1947) Stage: Appeared in "Open House" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Henry Young. Directed by Coby Ruskin. Cort Theatre: 3 Jun 1947-7 Jun 1947 (7 performances). Cast: Curtis Cooksey, Dulcie Cooper, Ann Dere, Steve Gethers, Harold Grau, Del Hughes, Will Kuluva, Augusta Roeland. Produced by Rex Carlton.

(1954) Stage: Appeared (as "The Mother"; final Broadway role) in "Lullaby" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Don Appell. Directed by Jerome Meyer. Lyceum Theatre: 3 Feb 1954-13 Mar 1954 (45 performances). Cast: Kay Medford, Al Ramsen, Jack Warden.

(3/29/44) Radio: Appeared on "Orson Welles' Almanac".

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