- (1922) Stage Play: The French Doll. Comedy. Adapted from the French of M. Armont and Mr. Gerbidon. Book adapted by A.E. Thomas. Music by George Gershwin and Gus Edwards. Lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva and Will D. Cobb. Directed by W.H. Gilmore. Lyceum Theatre: 20 Feb 1920- 3 Jun 1922 (120 performances). Cast: Eugene Borden (as "Rene Mazulier") [final Broadway role], Irene Bordoni, Don Burroughs, Adrienne D'Ambricourt, Will Deming, Edouard Durand (as "Baron Mazulier"), Thurston Hall (as "T. Wellington Wick"), Edna Hibbard, James Hunter, Laura Lussier, William Williams. Produced by E. Ray Goetz.
- (1918 - 1922) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
- (1918) Stage Play: The Better 'Ole, or, The Romance of Old Bill. Comedy. Book by Bruce Bairnsfather and Capt. Arthur Elliott. Music by Herman Darewski. Lyrics by Percival Knight and James Heard. Music arranged by Herman Darewski. Musical Director: Eliott Schenck. Featuring songs by Florence Methven, Oliver DeGerde and Peter Bernard. Featuring songs with lyrics by Marion Gillespie and W.R. Titterton. Choreographed by Lily Leonora. Directed by Percival Knight. Greenwich Village Theatr (moved to The Cort Theatre from 18 Nov 1918- unknown, then moved to The Booth Theatre from 16 Jun 1919- 21 Aug 1919, then moved to The Booth Theatre from 8 Sep 1919- close): 19 Oct 1918- 4 Oct 1919 (353 performances). Cast: Kenyon Bishop (as "Maggie, Mrs. Bill Busby"), Eugene Borden (as "A French Porter") [Broadway debut], Colin Campbell (as "Alf"), Mollie Carroll (as "Helene from Belgium"), Nevin Clark (as "Military Postman/An Old Villager/A Tommy"), Charles Coburn (as "Old Bill"), Mrs. Charles Coburn (as "Victoire"), J.M. Deeter (as "A Tommy"), Mona Desmonde (as "Suzette from France"), Charles Engels (as "A Tommy"), William Fish (as "A Tommy"), Vici Ioucelli (as "A Tommy"), Athalie Jenkins (as "Maggie from Scotland"), Therese Josephs (as "Rosa from Italy"), Theodora Keene (as "Peg from Canada"), Albert Kenway (as "A Tommy"), Gwen Lewis (as "Angele"), George Logan (as "The Vicar/A Tommy"), Charles McNaughton (as "Bert"), Hazel O'Brien (as "Suzette from France"), Lillian Spencer (as "Captain of the Women's Workers' Camp"), William Swayne (as "A Tommy"), Edwin Taylor (as "The Sergeant Major"), Howard Taylor (as "A French Officer"), Lark Taylor (as "Captain Milne/A Spy"), Helen Tilden (as "Berthe"), Marguerite Torrey (as "Mollie from Ireland"), Ruth Urban (as "Mary Brown from America"), Ruth Vivian (as "Kate"), Henry Ward (as "A Tommy"), Henry Warwick (as "The Colonel"), Rene Wren (as "A Tommy"), Eugenie Young (as "Rachel/Nancy from England"). Produced by Charles Coburn and Mrs. Charles Coburn.