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(1928) Novel: "Ol' Man Adam and His Chillun" (filmed as The Green Pastures (1936))

(1930) Stage: Wrote source material (novel "Ol' Man Adam and His CHillun") for "The Green Pastures", produced on Broadway.

(1935) Stage: Wrote source material (novel "Ol' Man Adam an' His Chillun") for "The Green Pastures", produced on Broadway (revival). Written / directed by Marc Connelly. All choral arrangements used have been written especially for "The Green Pastures" by Hall Johnson. 44th Street Theatre: 26 Feb 1935-27 Apr 1935 (71 performances). Cast: Jerome Addison, Mildred Allison, Laura Anderson, Myrtle Anderson, Freddie Archibald, Olive Ball, Marie Benton, Henry Blake, Franklin Brown, George Brown, Ruth Carl, George Carroll, Allen Charles, John Charles, Wilbur Cohen Jr., Alice Cottingham, Billy Cumby, Beatrice Davis, Ruby Davis, Gertrude De Verney, Robert Ecton, Richard Emory (as "Gambler"), Reginald Fenderson, William Fenton (as "King of Babylon"), Florence Fields, Mary Frances, Anna Mae Fritz, James Fuller, Alice Geneva (as "Third Woman"), Mercedes Gilbert (as "Zipporah"), Geraldine Gooding, Earl Gough, Edna Mae Harris, Mattie Harris, Richard B. Harrison, Daniel L. Haynes, Richard Henderson, T. Lloyd Hickman, Charles Hill, Harold Hines, Randall Homer, Frank Horace, Harriet Hoyt, Alma L. Hubbard, Nell Hunter, Charles Ivan, Roland Jones, Florence Lee, Carrington Lewis, Theon Lewis, J.E. Lightfoot, James Lindsay, Jack Mann, Willis Martin, Willie Mays *as "Female Alto/Choir"), John McAllister, William McFarland, Roy McKinley, Morris McKinney (as "Noah"), Walter Meadows, Viola Mickens, George Milton, Charles H. Moore, James Morrison, Willis Morton, Willis Norton, Massie Patterson, Oscar Polk (as "Gabriel"), Arthur Porter, Martin Quinn, Benjamin John Ragsdale, George Randol, McKinley Reeves, Emory Richardson, Jazzlips Richardson, Mabel Ridley, Thomas Russell, Ivan Sharp, Carl Shorter, D. Jay Sidney, Nonie Simmons, Augustus Simons, Frances Smith, Alice Snyder, Janet Stevens, Susie Sutton, James Taylor, Harry Thompson, J. Homer Tutt, Constance Van Dyke, Lloyd Warren, Marie Warren, Anna Washington, Benveneta Washington, Booker T. Washington Jr. (as "Child"), Irene Watts, Ashley Webb, Walter Whitfield, Dow K. Williams, Milton J. Williams, Rudolph Williams, Frank H. Wilson (as "Moses"), Gertrude Wilson, Leona Winkler, Charles Winter Wood, Bertha Wright, Edgar Yancey. Produced by Laurence Rivers, Inc.

John Henry (1940). Drama.

(1951) Stage: Wrote source material (novel "Ol' Man Adam an' His Chillun") for "The Green Pastures", produced on Broadway (revival). Written / directed by 'Marc Connelly (I). All choral arrangements used have been written especially for "The Green Pastures" by Hall Johnson. Production Design by Robert Edmond Jones. Directed by Marc Connelly. Broadway Street Theatre: 15 Mar 1951-21 Apr 1951 (44 performances). Cast: Alice Ajay, Rodger Alford, Leona Avery, Lawson Bates, Mabel Bergen, Ernest Bloomfield, Eugene Bloomfield, Patricia Bloomfield, Alonzo Bosan, John Boule, Philip Brinson, Maudine Brown, Vinie Burrows, Jimmie Burton, Miriam Burton, Jack Carr, Calvin Dash, Ossie Davis (as "Gabriel"), William O. Davis, Pierre Dillard, Beatrice Edwards, Hope Foye, James Fuller, Joyce Gissentanner, Dierdre Greenway, Curtis Hawkins, Louise Hawthorne, Philip Hepburn, George Hill, Alma Hubbard, Milroy Ingram, Yvonne Jiggets, Oci Johnson, Alonzo Jones, Jumel Jones, Avon Long, John Marriott, Tina Marshall, William Marshall (as "God"), Willie Mays (as "Female Alto" / "Choir"), William McDaniel, Robert McFerrin, Courtenaye Olden, Louise Parker, Madeline Preston, Van Prince, Ethel Purnello, John Rainey, John H. Rainey, Anna Mae Richardson, George Royston, Randolph Sawyer, Marcia Titus, Robert Titus, William Veasey, Louvinia White, Margaret Williams, George O. Willis, Beecher Wilson, Mary Young. Produced by The Wigreen Company. Produced in association with Harry Fromkes.

(1929) Novel: "This Side of Jordan".

(1930) Novel: "Ol' King David and the Philistine Boys".

(1930) Novel: "How Come Christmas".

(1931) Novel "John Henry".

(1933) Novel: "Kingdom Coming".

(1934) Short-story collection: "Let the Band Play Dixie".

(1937) Novel: "The Three-Headed Angel".

(1939) Playwright (w/J. Wolfe): "John Henry".

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