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(1903- 1910). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1903). Stage Play: The Runaways. Musical comedy. Music by Raymond Hubbell. Book by Addison Burkhard [earliest Broadway credit]. Lyrics by Addison Burkhardt. Musical Director: Arthur Weld. Choreographed by Samuel Marion. Directed by Gerald Coventry. Casino Theatre: 11 May 1903- 17 Oct 1903 (167 performances). Cast: Elise Barney (as "Flip"), Katherine Bell (as "Pepper"), Esther Brunette (as "Helene Huntington"), Alice Campbell (as "Chutney"), May Carlisle (as "Chorus"), Mabel Carrier (as "Tobasco/Jeanette Darling"), Alexander Clark (as "General Armour Hardtack"), Jean Collins (as "Chorus"), Babette D'Arville (as "Chorus"), Estelle D'Arville (as "Chorus"), Maybelle Davies (as "Chorus"), Eloise DeFord (as "Chorus"), R.M. Dolliver (as "M. Pierre Plantagenet"), Dorothy Dorr (as "Josey May"), Arthur Dunn (as "Blutch"), Miriam Falconer (as "Chorus"), Al Fields (as "Fleecem"), Mildred Forrest (as "Vivian Van Bibber"), Alphonse Fuguet (as "Signor Fausturo Di Bosco"), Edna Goodrich (as "Paprika"), William Gould (as "Dave Budd"), Suzanne Halpren (as "Lieutenant Hobson Funston"), Flora Hengler (as "Beatrice Wheeler"), May Hengler (as "Mary Ann Garland"), Frances Ingraham (as "Eryntrude Fairfax"), Josephine LaMotte (as "Sybil Sinclair"), Sadie Lauer (as "Slim"), Daisy Leighton (as "Mint"), Helen Lord (as "Dorothy Maynard"), May Maloney (as "Elayne Ellyngton"), Addie Marze (as "Violet Verrington"), Nellie Plummer (as "Ethylene Newcastle"), Walter Stanton (as "The Giant Rooster"), Amelia Stone (as "The Princess Angelcake"), Eleanor Tierney (as "Reina Rivington"), Doris Townsend (as "Chorus"), Loretta Ward (as "Lyllyan Lancaster"), Van Rensselaer Wheeler (as "Robert Gray"), Vida Whitmore (as "Chorus"), Rose Wilson (as "Mabel Montmorenci"), William Wolf (as "Beef"), Blanche Wood (as "Skip"), Florence Worden (as "Chili"). Replacement cast: Fay Templeton (as "Josey May"). Produced by Sam S. Shubert, Sam Nixon and J. Fred Zimmerman.

(1905). Stage Play: A Jolly Baron. Musical/fantasy. Book by Joseph LeBrandt. Music by Harry von Tilzer. Additional lyrics by Arthur J. Lamb, Addison Burkhard and Aaron Hoffman. Haverly's 14th Street Theatre: 4 Sep 1905- 11 Sep 1905 (unknown performances). Cast: Billy Clifford, Joe Fields, Leo Hayes, Jeannette Marcelle, Mathilde Preville, Mark Wooley, Daisy Barrett, Anna Beaty, Jack Cahill, May Callam, Carrie Cornel, John J. Coyne, Eugene D'Andelet, Helene Drew, Edith Field, Frances Gerard, Edna Goodrich, Cecelia Hall, Ethel Hall, Bayde Kellermann, Blanche Leslie, Myrtle Lorimer, Elizabeth Lowe, Genevieve Marison, Charles Matthews, George H. Nagel, Glee Page, Louise Palmer, Violet Pardue, Charles Parr, Madge Pierce, Louis Reyals, H.E. Rosebrough, Anna Stone, Flora Sutro, Mazie Temple, Ethel White, W.H. White. Produced by Charles Whitaker.

(1905). Stage Play: The Earl and the Girl. Musical comedy. Music by Ivan Caryll. Material by Seymour Hicks. Lyrics by Percy Greenbank. Additional music by Jerome Kern, E. Ray Goetz, Max C. Eugene, Albert von Tilzer, R.A. Browne, Edward Laska, Nat D. Mann and William H. Penn. Musical Direction by Clarence West. Additional lyrics by R.A. Browne, Arthur Gillespie, Addison Burkhard, Paul Barnes, Edward Laska, Nat D. Mann, William H. Penn and Jerome Kern. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Casino Theatre: 4 Nov 1905- 10 Mar 1906 (148 performances). Cast: Beatrice Adams, Violet Adams, Louise Alexander, Marian Alexander, Madeline Anderson, W.H. Armstrong, Margaret Hubbard Ayer, Jennie Boylan, Georgia Caine, Alan Campbell, Irene Chandler, Maud Crossland, Louise De Rigney, Roy Dennison, W.H. Denny, J. Bernard Dyllyn, Miss Fitzgerald, Enid Forde, Eddie Foy (as "Jim Cheese, a dog trainer"), Sam Goodman, Jane Hall, Lillian Heckler, Harold Hendee, Violet Holls, Katherine Hyland, Edna Jeans, Ruth Langdon, Lillie Lawton, May Lewis, Hazel Manchester, Albert J. Marshall, Nellie McCoy, Victor Morley, Dudley E. Oatman, John Peachey, Zelma Rawlston, Miss Raymond, Lillian Rice, Templar Saxe, Amelia Summerville, Grace Walton, Miss Watson, Angie Weimers, Dorothy Zimmerman. Produced by Sam S. Shubert and Lee Shubert, Inc.

(1906). Stage Play: About Town. Musical revue. Music by Melville Ellis and Raymond Hubbell. Book by Joseph Herbert. Lyrics by Joseph Herbert. Musical Director: William E. MacQuinn. Additional numbers by Jack Norworth, Albert von Tilzer, Will D. Cobb and Gus Edwards. Additional lyrics by Addison Burkhard. Scenic Design by Arthur Voegtlin, Edward G. Unitt and Homer Emens. Costume Design by Carolyne Siedel and Mrs. Robert Osborn. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Herald Square Theatre: 30 Aug 1906- 10 Nov 1906 (85 performances). Cast: George Beban, Coralie Blythe, Vernon Castle (as "Viscomte Martino") [Broadway debut], Mattie Chapin, Louise Allen Collier, Della Connor, Lynn D'Arcy, Elsie Davis, Lillian Devere, George Dill, Ida Doerge, Richard Dolliver (as "Policeman/Chorus"), Louise Dresser (as "Gertie Gibson"), Ruthita Field, Lew Fields (as "Baron Blitz"), Harry Fisher, Ray Gilmore, Lawrence Grossmith (as "The Duke of Slushington"), Lillian Harris, Joseph Herbert (as "Laird o' Findon Haddock/Count Sherri"), May Hickey, Viola Hopkins, Edna Wallace Hopper, Jack Laughlin, May Leslie, Freda Linyard, Loretta MacDonald, Little Major, Edith Ethel McBride, Gertrude Moyer, Jane Murray, Mae Murray (as "Chorus") [Broadway debut], Jack Norworth (as "Jack Doty "), Elita Proctor Otis, Homer Potts, Lillian Raymond, John Reinhard, Jessie Richmond, George Schraeder, Joseph Schrode, Topsy Siegrist, Bessie Skeer, Cecil Summers, Marion Whitney, Gladys Zell. Produced by Lew Fields.

(1906). Stage Play: The Blue Moon. Musical comedy. Music by Howard Talbot and Paul Rubens. Interpolated songs by Addison Burkhard and Gus Edwards. Book by Harold Ellis. Lyrics by Percy Greenbank and Paul A.N. Rubens. Musical Direction by Albert Krausse. Directed by Frank Smithson. Casino Theatre: 3 Nov 1906- 5 Jan 1907 (76 performances). Cast: La Petite Adelaide (as "Tootsa"), Donald Archer (as "Abdul"), Gertrude Barnes (as "Dancer"), Arthur Bell (as "Clive Mansfield"), Lillian Boardman (as "Dancer"), Loreen Bordman (as "Dancer"), Virginia Cameron (as "Dancer"), Maude Carey (as "Dancer"), Arthur Donaldson (as "The Prince Badahur Sanatsinjhi"), Edward M. Favor (as "Major Vivian Callabone") [Broadway debut], Louis Franklin (as "Hon. Archie May"), Ada Gordon (as "Bingo"), Elizabeth Hawman (as "Dancer"), Dolly Honey (as "Dancer"), Ethel Jackson (as "Chandra Nil"), Lucy Jane Johnstone (as "Chua"), Ruth Julien (as "Dancer"), Richard Knollenberg (as "Hafiz"), John Kuester (as "Mail Carrier"), Grace La Rue (as "Evelyn Ormsby"), Effie LaVarre (as "Dancer"), Lillian Leon (as "Miss Lillian Moore"), Ethel Mostyn (as "Dancer"), Marjorie Nevin (as "Oma"), Clara Palmer (as "Millicent Leroy"), James T. Powers (as "Private Charlie Taylor"), Lillian Rice (as "Dancing Girl/Dancer"), O.W. Risley (as "Beggarman"), Kathryn Robinson (as "Miss Lovehill"), Phil Ryley (as "Moolraj"), Clarence Satchell (as "Private Atkins"), Templar Saxe (as "Captain Jack Ormsby"), Max Sharpe (as "Beggarman"), Edith Sinclair (as "Lady Brabasham"), Dick Temple (as "Bobbie Scott"), Angie Weimers (as "Dancing Girl/Dancer"), Joseph West (as "Leslie Arbuthnot"), Blanche Wilmot (as "Dancer"). Produced by The Shubert Theatrical Company.

(1906). Stage Play:About Town. Musical revue (revised version of earlier production with new numbers by Victor Herbert, A. Baldwin Sloane and Gustave Kerker). Music by Melville Ellis and Raymond Hubbell. Book by Joseph Herbert. Lyrics by Joseph Herbert. Musical Director: William E. MacQuinn. Additional music by A. Baldwin Sloane, Addison Burkhard, Victor Herbert and Gus Edwards. Additional lyrics by Addison Burkhard, Glen MacDonough and Will D. Cobb. Scenic Design by Arthur Voegtlin, Edward G. Unitt and Homer Emens. Costume Design by Carolyne Siedel and Mrs. Robert Osborn. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Herald Square Theatre: 15 Nov 1906- 29 Dec 1906 (53 performances). Cast: George Beban, Vernon Castle (as "Viscomte Martino"), Della Connor, Peter F. Dailey, Lynn D'Arcy, Elsie Davis, Lillian Devere, George Dill, Betty Dodsworth, Ida Doerge, Louise Dresser (as "Mrs. Astormont Vanderbell"), Ruthita Field, Lew Fields (as "Baron Blitz"), Harry Fisher, Ray Gilmore, Lawrence Grossmith (as "Duke of Ehwattiington"), Alice Hageman, Frances Harris, Joseph Herbert (as "Count Sherri"), Viola Hopkins, Edna Wallace Hopper, Elinor Kershaw, Jack Laughlin, May Leslie, Freda Linyard, Loretta MacDonald, Eleanor Mansfield, Edith Ethel McBride, Gertrude Moyer, Jane Murray, Mae Murray (as "Chorus "), Homer Potts, John Reinhard, Jessie Richmond, Blanche Ring (as "Countess de Rectori"), Joseph Schrode (as "Jenny"), Mae Sherwood, Topsy Siegrist, Bessie Skeer, Cecil Summers, Helen Turner, Dorothy Webb, Marion Whitney, Gladys Zell. Produced by Lew Fields.

(1907). Stage Play: Two Islands. Musical comedy. Libretto by Adolf Philipp and Mortimer M. Theise. Featuring "Aren't You the Girl I Met at Sherry's?" by Louis A. Hirsch and E. Ray Goetz. Featuring "Stephen (Was a Minister)" by Harold Orlob and Addison Burkhard. Circle Theatre: 14 Oct 1907- 9 Nov 1907 (34 performances). Cast: Gulema Baker, Barney Bernard, Cady, Lottie Kendall, Rice, Jack Vincent, Lester Bernard, Michael Curran, Leila Remer. Produced by Mortimer M. Theise.

(1908). Stage Play: The Soul Kiss. Musical extravaganza. Music by Maurice Levi. Book by Harry B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Featuring "My Diabolo Beau" by Kenneth S. Clark. Featuring "That Wasn't All" by Addison Burkhard, Louis A. Hirsch and Matt Woodward. Featuring "The Dollar Sign" by Jessie Villars and Fleta Ian Brown. Featuring "The Soul Kiss (Just for You from Above)" by Lewis Gates. Music for Mlle. Genee's divertissements by Cuthbert Clark. Orchestra under the direction of Max Schmidt. Featuring "Those College Yells" by Clarence M. Chapel and Cecil Lean. Aerial evolutions arranged by Herr H. Schultz. Mlle. Genee's divertissements arranged by Alexander Genee. Scenic Design by John H. Young, Ernest Albert, Frank E. Gates and Edward A. Morange. Costume Design by F. Richard Anderson and Pancaud of Paris. Costumes for Mlle. Genee's divertissements designed by Wilhelm. Directed by Herbert Gresham and Julian Mitchell. New York Theatre (from 28 Jan 1908- close): 28 Jan 1908- 23 May 1908 (122 performances). Cast: Barney Bernard, Adeline Genee, Ralph Herz, Florence Holbrook, Cecil Lean, Stella Tracey, R.A. Allen, Madelaine Anderton, Florence Ardell, Florrie Bacon, Miss Benton, Henry Bergman, Macklyn Arbuckle [credited as Maclyn Arbuckle], Mae Bevan, Irene Blair, Florence Burke, Clara DeBeers, Mildred DeBeers, Mae Doherty, Mildred Fay, Hattie Forsythe, Eva Francis, Albert Froom [credited as Albert Froome], Dorothy Furniss, Gretta Gleason, Elaine Gordon, Francesca Gordon, Jane Hall, May Harris, Lee Harrison, Laurie Hart, Marian Hartman, Dos Howard, Marguerite Lane, Freda Linyard, Belle Logan, Emily Nash, Billy Norton, Millie Peers, Emily Peters, Almeda Potter, Homer Potter, Grace Rankin, Ada Rickwell, Amelia Rose, Daisy Rudd, Elphye Snowden, Harry Stone, Cecil Sully, Kitty Underdale, Margaret Vingut, Florence Walton, Mortimer H. Weldon, Edith Whitney, May Willard, Ethelyn Wilmot. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1908). Stage Play: The Mimic World. Musical revue. Music by Ben M. Jerome and Seymour Furth. Book by Edgar Smith. Lyrics by Edward Madden and Addison Burkhard. Featuring "Mary Carey" by Benjamin Hapgood Burt and John B. Lovitz. Music for "When Johnny Comes March Home (From College) Again" and "Rag Man, Music Man" by Louis A. Hirsch. Music for "My Lady Wine" by Carl Rehman. Orchestra under the direction of Oscar Radin. Scenic Design by H. Robert Law and Arthur Voegtlin. Costume Design by William H. Matthews, Mme. Freisinger and Mme. Ripley. Musical numbers conceived and executed by Ned Wayburn. Directed by James C. Huffman. Casino Theatre (moved to The Grand Opera House on 29 Sep 1908 to close): 9 Jul 1908- 3 Oct 1908 (100 performances). Cast: Roy Atwell (as "Lord Dundreary, a ghost from the humorous past"), Irene Bentley, William Bonelli, Vernon Castle (as "Mrs. Guilford, a society leader"), Harry Corson Clark, Lotta Faust, Seymour Felix (as "George Cohan, a pop-up clip-up"), Charles King, Walter Lawrence, Dave Lewis, George W. Monroe, Grace Tyson, Theresa Bercien, Doris Cameron, Gladys Claire, Sam Collins, Marjorie Cortland, Dorothy Davidson, Miss V. Earl, Etta Franklin, Lottie Franklin, Louis Franklin, Miss P. Franklin, Bert French (as "Henri Montmarty"), Elizabeth Gardner, Ada Gordon, Jack Gordon, Lillian Graham, Joe Hadley, Marian Hartman, Mazie King, Nellie King, Jack Laughlin, Hattie Lorraine, Frank Mayne (as "Richard Thief, a worthy gentleman"), Arthur McWaters, Gladys Moore (as "Salome/American Daisy"), William Moore, George C. Pierce, Miss H. Pillard, Grace Shannon, Charles Sharp, Sam Sidman, Bessie Stevens, Frank Thomas, Grace Van Studdiford, Bert Von Klein, Will West, Ellen Worth. Produced by Sam Shubert, Lee Shubert and Lew Fields.

(1908). Stage Play: Miss Innocence. Musical extravaganza. Music by Ludwig Englander. Based on material by Harry B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Featuring songs by Egbert Van Alstyne. Featuring songs with lyrics by Harry Williams. Featuring "My Post Card Girl" by Louis A. Hirsch and Addison Burkhard. Featuring "I'm Learning Something Every Day" by Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth. Featuring "I Have Lost My Little Brown Bear" by Rosamond Johnson and Bob Cole. Featuring "I'm Crazy When the Band Begins to Play" by Jean Schwartz and William Jerome. Featuring "What Kind of a Wife to Choose" by Gus Edwards. Musical Director: Frank Darling. Produced under the direction of Julian Mitchell. Note: Production revived at The New York Theatre: 30 Nov 1908- 1 May 1909 (176 performances). Cast: Charles A. Bigelow, Edith Decker, Lawrence D'Orsay (as "Captain, The Hon. Roland Fitzmaurice Montjoy of the First Life Guards"), Eva Francis, Anna Held (as "Anna/Miss Innocence"), Emma Janvier, Shirley Kellogg, Lillian Lorraine, Edith St. Clair, Florence Walton, Gladys Zell, Charles Barry, James Barry, Edna Birch, Bertha Blake, Martha Bright, John S. Brush, Miss Burns, Daisy Carson, Edna Chase, Daisy Clark, James Clyde, Miss Davies, Edna Dodsworth, Ethel Donaldson, Faico, Alfred Fairbrother, Miss Fennell, Dorothy Follies, William Gammage, Robert Paton Gibbs (as "The Duke of Pomerania"), Mayble Gilmore, Elise Hamilton, Josephine Harriman, F. Stanton Heck, Maurice Hegeman, May Hopkins, Vonnie Hoyt, Violet Jewell, La Flamencia, Beatrice Learwood, Ruby Lewis, Lionel Lozier, Miss MacDonald, Selma Mantell, Leo Mars, Virginia Marshall, Dudley Oatman, Mae Paul, Grace Rankin, Alfred Rinehart, Pierre Roudil, Daisy Rudd, Mabel Snyder, Madlyn Summers, Peter Swift, Reina Swift, Lottie Vernon, Grace Washburn, John Wentzel, Blanche West, Vida Whitmore, Marion Whitney, Lillian Wiggins, May Willard, Anna C. Wilson, Ernest Wood, John A. Young. Replacement actors during run: Millie Baker (as "Ella Lee"), Lillian Devere (as "Carita"), Beatrice Gladstone (as "Zolo"), Camille Langhorne (as "Zarza"), Eunice Mackey (as "Marie"), Myrtle Marsh (as "Gabrielle"), Marie Merwin (as "Eugenie"), Max Scheck (as "An American"). Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1910). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1910. Musical revue. Based on material by Harry B. Smith and Gus Edwards. Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Featuring songs by Will D. Cobb, Gus Edwards, Ballard MacDonald, Harry Carroll, Harry B. Smith, Will Marion Cook, Ford Dabney, James Henry Burriss, Chris Smith, Bert Williams, Alex Rogers, William Tracy, Lewis F. Muir, Vincent Bryan, Addison Burkhard [final Broadway credit], Harry von Tilzer and Victor Holländer. Jardin de Paris: 20 Jun 1910- 3 Sep 1910 (88 performances). Cast: George Bickel, Arline Boley, Fanny Brice, Rosie Green, Elsie Hamilton, Maurice Hegeman, Vonnie Hoyt, Jacques Kruger, Lillian Lorraine, Bobby North, John Quigg, William Reeves, Hazel Robinson, Grace Tyson, Jerome Van Norden, Harry Watson, Bert Williams. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

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