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  • (1898 - 1922) Stage actor [Noted Broadway musical comedy star in the early years of the century stage. Appeared in numerous shows such as "The Girl From Utah" and "Little Nemo in Slumberland". In the later musical, he is said to have invented the word "Wiffenpoof"...]. Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1898) Stage Play: The Fortune Teller. Musical comedy/opera. Libretto by Harry B. Smith. Music by Victor Herbert. Musical Director: Paul Steindorff. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Wallack's Theatre: 28 Sep 1898- 29 Oct 1898 (40 performances). Cast: May Boley (as "Etelka"), Fanny Briscoe (as "Jan/Wanda"), William Brown (as "Matosin"), Joseph Cawthorn (as "Boris") [Broadway debut], Annie Clay (as "Lieutenant Timar"), Eugene Cowles (as "Sandor"), William C. Deusing (as "A Trombone Player"), Richard Golden (as "Fresco"), John T. Gray, William H. Grimke (as "Second Detective"), Jennie Hawley (as "Rafael/Lieutenant Almir"), J.B. Henrichs (as "First Detective"), Joseph Herbert (as "Count Berezowski"), Nellie Marsh (as "Paul"), Paul Nicholson (as "General Korbay"), Alice Nielsen (as "Musette/Irma"), E. Percy Parsons (as "Waldemar"), Frank Rushworth (as "Captain Ladislas"), Frances Sears (as "Vera"), J. Smith, Marguerite Sylva, Marcia Van Dresser, P.J. Worthington. Produced by Alice Nielsen Opera Company (Frank L. Perley, Manager).
  • (1899) Stage Play: The Rounders. Musical comedy. Music by Ludwig Englander. Material adaption by Harry B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Based on the libretto to "Les Fetards" by Anthony Mars and Maurice Hennequin. Musical Director: Antonio DeNovellis. Directed by Max Freeman. Casino Theatre: 12 Jul 1899- 14 Oct 1899 (97 performances). Cast: Irene Bentley, Crissie Carlisle, Joseph Cawthorn, Henri Chaille, Pauline Chase, Harry Clifford, Tom Collins, Dan Daly, Harry Davenport (as "Marquis de Bacarat"), Susie Drake, Arthur Etherington, Avis Folger, Zella Frank, Max Freeman, Marie George, Mabelle Gilman, Horace Hayne, Joseph Kane, Eva Kelly, Gustave Key, Cora Leslie, Carrie Perkins, Phyllis Rankin, Ida Rock, Mabel Russell, Seline Say, Thomas Q. Seabrooke, Sol Solomon, Grace Spencer, Frederick Urban, Margaret Warren, Nella Webb. Produced by George W. Lederer.
  • (1899) Stage Play: The Singing Girl. Musical comedy/opera. Music by Victor Herbert. Libretto by Hugh Stanislaus Stange. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Musical Director: Paul Steindorff. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Casino Theatre: 23 Oct 1899- 6 Jan 1900 (80 performances). Cast: William Bechtel (as "Oelrich"), May Boley (as "Freda"), Ruby Capen (as "Paula"), Joseph Cawthorn (as "Aufpassen"), Eugene Cowles (as "Duke Rodolph"), Lillian Devere (as "Xesia"), May Devere (as "Vida"), Eunice Drake (as "Elizabeth"), Frank Edwards (as "Ferdinand"), Ursulla Gurnett (as "Minnie"), Jennie Hawley (as "Elsa"), Joseph W. Herbert (as "Prince Pumpernickel"), Louise Hilliard (as "Margaret"), H.W. Humphreys (as "Ludwig"), Clara Isham (as "Alma"), Louis Kelso (as "Francis"), Louise Lawton (as "Tolfta"), Richie Ling (as "Count Otto"), M.H. Lorenz (as "Hans"), Nellie Marsh (as "Lena"), Albert McGuckin (as "Felix"), Edward F. Metcalfe (as "Frederick"), Alice Nielsen (as "Greta"), Lillian Samuels (as "Katrina"), Lucille Saunders (as "Marie"), John C. Slavin (as "Stephan"), George Tennery (as "Karl"), R. Wallace (as "Herman"), J.A. Wallerstedt (as "Fritz"), Winnifred Williams (as "Netta"). Produced by Alice Nielsen Opera Company (Manager: Frank L. Perley).
  • (1901) Stage Play: The Sleeping Beauty and the Beast. Musical extravaganza. Music by J.M. Glover and Frederick Solomon. Book by Arthur Collins and J. Hickory Wood. Book adapted by John J. McNally and J. Cheever Goodwin. Lyrics by J. Cheever Goodwin. Musical Director: Frederick J. Solomon. Featuring songs by Rosamond Johnson and Jean Schwartz. Featuring songs with lyrics by Bob Cole, James Weldon Johnson, William Jerome and Vincent Bryan. Choreographed by Ernest D'Auban. Directed by Ben Teal and Marshall Moore. Broadway Theatre: 4 Nov 1901- 31 May 1902 (241 performances). Cast: James Beall (as "Chorus"), Harry Bulger (as "King Bardout"), Anna Carr (as "Dora/Chorus"), Joseph Cawthorn (as "Lena"), Nora Cecil (as "Algie"), Kathryn Colvin (as "Eglantine"), Phoebe Coyne (as "Malevolentia"), Maude Cummings (as "Nora"), Nina Fitzwilliams (as "Freddie"), Mazie Follette (as "Chorus"), Viola Gillette (as "Prince Charming"), Florence Hengler (as "Flossie"), May Hengler (as "Lord Jocelyn"), Lillian Hudson (as "Daffodil"), John Hyams (as "Doctor Squills"), Violet Kellogg (as "Jessamine"), Pearl Landers (as "Violet/Evelina"), Lelia Lewis (as "Maudie"), Mlle. Martina (as "Witch's Attendant"), Jeannette Mozar (as "Dash"), Kittie Norman (as "Mignonette"), John Page (as "President Petit"), Nellie Reed (as "Spirit of the Air"), Lillian Rice (as "Flash"), Charles J. Ross (as "Queen Spadia"), Susie Rusholme (as "Columbine/Mariana"), Ella Snyder (as "Princess Beauty"), Bessie Stanton (as "Cora"), Myrtle Steele (as "Gwendoline"), Nellie Thorne (as "Benevolentia"), Virginia Vorhees (as "Claudie"), Jane Whitbeck (as "Reggie"), Annabelle Whitford (as "Johnnie"). Produced by Klaw & Erlanger. (
  • (1903) Stage Play: Mother Goose. Musical. Music by Frederick Solomon. Original libretto by Arthur Collins and J. Hickory Wood. Lyrics by George V. Hobart. Musical Director: Frederick Solomon. Book by John J. McNally. Additional music by Clifton Crawford, William Jerome, George M. Cohan, Matthew Woodward, Bernard Rolt, J.M. Glover, J. Fred Helf, Frederick W. Hager, Billy Johnson and William H. Penn. Additional lyrics by Clifton Crawford, Jean Schwartz, George M. Cohan, Matthew Woodward, J.M. Glover, Will Heelan, George Totten Smith, Billy Johnson and William H. Penn. Directed by Ned Wayburn and Herbert Gresham. New Amsterdam Theatre: 2 Dec 1903- 27 Feb 1904 (105 performances). Cast: Aimee Angeles (as "Caroline Evelyn Gwendolyn Scraggs"), Adele Archer (as "Eric"), Harry Bulger (as "Jack"), Joseph Cawthorn (as "Mother Goose"), George Clennett (as "Vicomte Boreham"), Clifton Crawford (as "Mayor of Chatham"), Dawe & Seymour (as "Donkeys and Horse"), Emma Francis (as "Inez"), Charles A. Fuller (as "Demon"), Marion Garson (as "Maud"), Viola Gillette (as "Colin"), Edith Hutchins (as "Fairy Queen"), W.H. Macart (as "The Laird of Borderland"), Leila McIntyre (as "Jill"), Allan Ramsay (as "King Goose"), Pat Rooney (as "Alexander"), Edith St. Clair (as "Ida"), Walter Stanton (as "Priscilla"), Hattie Waters (as "Duchess"), Harry Wigley (as "King Goose"). Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.
  • (1905) Stage Play: Fritz in Tammany Hall. Musical. Music by Jean Schwartz. Book by John J. McNally. Lyrics by William Jerome. Additional music by Maude Nugent. Musical Director: Anton Heindl. Scenic Design by Frank Platzer and Meixner. Costume Design by F. Richard Anderson. Lighting Design by Harry Bissing. Staged by Herbert Gresham and Ned Wayburn. Herald Square Theatre: 16 Oct 1905- 18 Nov 1905 (43 performances). Cast: Neva Aymar, Violet Barnes, Earl J. Benham, Eli J. Brouillette, Joseph Cawthorn (as "Fritz von Swobenfritz"), Charles Close, Beryle Dare, Melville Ellis, Suzanne Halpren, Mark Hart, Alva Holland, Pincus Lekosky, Adah Baker Lewis (as "Lil McGrain"), Charles MacDonald, Stella Mayhew (as "Mrs. Hart-Judson"), George Austin Moore, Robert Emmett O'Connor (as "Fergus O'Flaherty") [Broadway debut], Eugene Roder, Frank W. Shea, Alison Skipworth (as "Elena McCann"), Sue Stuart, Julius Tannen (as "J. Edward Corley"), Corinne Uzell, Henry E. Valois. Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.
  • (1906) Stage Play: The Free Lance. Musical comedy/opera. Music by John Philip Sousa. Book by Harry B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Musical Director: Anton Heindl. Directed by Herbert Gresham. New Amsterdam Theatre (moved to The Grand Opera House from 7 Jan 1907- close): 16 Apr 1906- Jan 1907 (closing date unknown/43 performances). Cast: Nella Bergen (as "Princess Yolande"), Joseph Cawthorn (as "Siegmund Lump"), Monte Elmo (as "Silvandre"), Louis Haines (as "Dagonet"), Felix Haney (as "Emperor of Braggadocia"), Albert Hart (as "Duke of Graftiana"), Jeannette Lowrie (as "Griselda"), Geraldine Malone (as "Leandre"), Fanny Midgley (as "Mopsa"), Sim Pulen (as "Pertinax"), Henry J. Santra (as "Herald"), Dorothy Southwick (as "Diane"), George Talman (as "Prince Florian"), Estelle Thebaud (as "Jacqueline"). Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.
  • (1907) Stage Play: The Hoyden. Musical comedy. Music by Paul Rubens, John L. Golden and Robert Hood Bowers. Lyrics by Paul Rubens, John L. Golden and Robert Hood Bowers. Book by Cosmo Hamilton. Based on "La Soeur" by Tristan Bernard. Musical Director: Robert Hood Bowers. Featuring songs with lyrics by Raymond Peck. Featuring "A Solitary Finish" by Egbert Van Alstyne and Harry Williams. Lyrics for "That's Why I Never Married" with Joseph Cawthorn. Featuring "On the Piazza" by George Spink. Featuring "My Father's Wooden Leg" by Harry Dillon and Joseph Cawthorn. Featuring "Put Me Amongst the Girls" by Dan Lipton and George Arthurs. Directed by Ben Teal. Knickerbocker Theatre (moved to Wallack's Theatre from 2 Dec 1907- 14 Dec 1907, then moved to The Grand Opera House from 27 Jan 1908- close): 19 Oct 1907- 1 Feb 1908 (66 performances). Cast: Nellie Beaumont (as "Ritz Santacierci"), Annie Esmond (as "Miss Herminia Smith"), Elsie Janis (as "Joan Talbot, known as "The Hoyden"/Herself"), Armand Kalisz (as "Dr. Julian Gousse"), Robert Lett (as "Major Algernon Fitzhugh Finch, Retired"), Arthur Stanford (as "Harry Talbot, of London"), Jane Archer (as "Ensemble"), L. Beck (as "Ensemble"), Ellen Beckwith (as "Ensemble"), Leila Benton (as "Beatriz, a guest of the hotel"), E.W. Bosher (as "Ensemble"), J. Brady (as "Ensemble"), S.M. Burbank (as "Ensemble"), Joseph Cawthorn (as "Baron Hugo Weybach"), May Chapin (as "Ensemble"), J.M. Colosanti (as "Ensemble"), Mabel Ballin (as "Gaston"), Isabel D'Armond (as "Henriette, Joan's maid"), Harry Depp (as "Danton"), Libbian Diamond (as "Ensemble"), Della Dolvan (as "Ensemble"), May Emory (as "Elise, a guest of the hotel"), F.R. Fenn (as "Ensemble"), L. Harkins (as "Ensemble"), Bena Hoffman (as "Ensemble"), Kathryn Hutchinson (as "Lucy Talbot"), Daisy Johnstone (as "Ensemble"), La Noveta (as "M'lle La Clairette"), Edith Livingstone (as "Ensemble"), Florence Major (as "Ensemble"), Lillian McMillan (as "Ensemble"), Evelyn Mitchell (as "Nanine, a guest of the hotel"), Bertha Morrell (as "Ensemble"), Mae Murray (as "Ensemble"), Marjorie Norton (as "Bebe, a guest of the hotel/Ensemble"), Eleanor Pendleton (as "Thais Coutier, Rita's friend"), Nita Pierson (as "Nanette, a guest of the hotel"), Clara Pitt (as "Fleurette, guest of the hotel"), Samuel Reed (as "Thomas Talbot. of New York"), J. Robb (as "Ensemble"), Ella Rock (as "Maud de Maulan, Rita's friend"), Jane Rogers (as "Violette, a guest of the hotel"), J. Rose (as "Ensemble"), Elsie Steele (as "Chris Angier, Rita's friend"), W. Toland (as "Ensemble"), Lottie Vernon (as "Marianne, guest of the hotel"), Pauline Walden (as "Ensemble"), Lionel Walsh (as "Hon. Bertie Cecil Grahame, a friend of Harry"), Larry Ward (as "Theobold, a chauffeur"), Robert Ward (as "Louis, a chauffeur"), Dorothy Webb (as "Ensemble"), Lura Wentworth (as "Ensemble"), Minnie Whitmore (as "Ensemble"), W.C. Wood (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Charles B. Dillingham. Produced in association with Charles Frohman.
  • (1908) Stage Play: Little Nemo. Musical comedy. Music by Victor Herbert. Book by Harry B. Smith. Based on the cartoons of Winsor McCay. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Orchestra under the direction of Max Hirschfeld. Directed by Herbert Gresham. New Amsterdam Theatre: 20 Oct 1908- 23 Jan 1909 (111 performances). Cast: Dave Abrams (as "Gladys, the cat/Teddy, the bear/Nutty, the squirrel"), W.W. Black (as "Morpheus, King of Poppyland"), Joseph Cawthorn (as "Dr. Pill, physician to King Morpheus"), Sim Collins (as "Mons Graeso, Olympian wrestler"), Master Gabriel (as "Little Nemo"), Louis Hart (as "Mons Roma, Olympian wrestler"), Harry Kelly (as "The Dancing Missionary"), Florence Tempest (as "The Candy Kid, Messenger of King Morpheus"), Billy B. Van (as Flip, nephew of the Guard of the Dawn"), Louis F. Barnes (as "Ruler of the Isle of Table d'Hote"), Rose Beaumont (as "Mrs. Nemo"), Albertine Benson (as "The Valentine Fairy/The Barometer Girl"), Aimee Ehrlich (as "The Little Princess"), A.H. Hendricks (as "An Officer in the Continentals"), Sunshine James (as "Betty, a traveler in Slumberland"), Edward B. Kramer (as "Aide to Officer of the Continentals"), Mildred Manning (as "Tilly, a traveler in Slumberland"), Madeline Marshall (as "Sally, a traveler in Slumberland"), Elphye Snowden (as "The Weather Vane"). Produced by Klaw & Erlanger. Note: Winsor McCay (1867-1934) was a stellar American cartoonist and animator. His strip, Little Nemo, ran in the New York Herald from 1905-14 and was set in the dreams of the title character. [refer: The Complete Little Nemo in Slumberland, Vols. I-VI: 1905-1914; Fantagraphics ISBN 0-930193-63-6 (Vol. 1)].
  • (1910) Stage Play: Girlies. Musical comedy. Music by Egbert Van Alstyne. Lyrics by Harry Williams. Material by George V. Hobart. Musical Director: Charles J. Gebest. Additional music by Benjamin Hapgood Burt. Additional lyrics by John L. Golden. Choreographed by Jack Mason. Direced by Frederic Thompson. New Amsterdam Theatre: 13 Jun 1910- 27 Aug 1910 (88 performances). Cast: David Abrahams, Josephine Arnold, Sid M. Ayres, Marie Baxter, Pudge Belma, Thelma Belmont, Edward Bowers, Harry Breen, Mildred Bright, Poney Cantor, Eleanor Carrol, Joseph Cawthorn (as "Dr. Oscar Speil"), Erminie Clark, Viola Clark, Mabel Clarke, Walter Clinton, J.W. Cody (as "Carl"), Dollie Collins, Ethel Conlinson, A. Crooker, Zaini Curzon, Jeannette Despres, May Doherty, Fred Emerson, Harry S. Fern, Marion Finlay, Elma Gay, Laura Gaynelle, Marion George, Jerry Girard, Marion Goodwin, Gypsy Grau, Donald Gulland, Florence Hayes, May Hennessey, Jack Henry, J.B. Hollis, Fred Hudler, Teddy Hudson, Edna Hunter, George Johnson, Harry Kernell, Clara Lloyd, Den Lownie, Darle MacBoyle, Viola Macey, Alice Mariner, Minna Martrit, Edna Mayo, Violet McMillan, Julia Mills, Doris Mitchell, Dottie Moyer, Irene Moyer, Audrey Munson, Dolly Pacy, Paula Pauline, Corienne Penelton, Carrie E. Perkins, John Pierce, Jessie Piper, Jed Prouty, Olive Quimby, Maude Raymond, Mildred Sanford, Dorothy Sayce, Clara Schroeder, Florence Scott, Edwin Stone, Emily Sweeney, Pauline Thorne, Rita Trainor, Hazel Troutman, Ernest Truex (as "Billy Murray"), F. Walker, Lorette Ward, Francis Wells, Beatrice Whitney, Amy Williams, Florence Wilson. Produced by Frederic Thompson.
  • (1911) Stage Play: The Slim Princess. Musical comedy. Music by Leslie Stuart. Book by Henry Blossom. Lyrics by Henry Blossom. From a story by George Ade. Musical Director: William E. MacQuinn. Costume Design by Percy Anderson. Directed by Austin Hurgon. Globe Theatre: 2 Jan 1911- 1 Apr 1911 (104 performances). Cast: Edna Bates (as "Chorus"), Julia Beaubien (as "Chorus"), Alys Belga (as "Chorus"), Leila Benton (as "Chorus"), Babe Beresford (as "Chorus"), Jackie Beryl (as "Chorus"), Jane Bliss (as "Chorus"), Elizabeth Brice (as "Lutie Longstreet"), Max Brown (as "Chorus"), Sam Burbank (as "Tom Golding/Chorus"), Evelyn Carson (as "Chorus"), Joseph Cawthorn (as "Herr Louis von Schloppenhauer"), Peggy Dana (as "Chorus"), Arthur J. Engel (as "Baluchistan"), Helen Falconer (as "Chorus"), May Fields (as "Chorus"), Julia Frary (as "Princess Jeneka"), Dolly Germaine (as "Chorus"), Fred Gould (as "Chorus"), Norah Gourley (as "Chorus"), Josephine Harriman (as "Chorus"), Pauline Hathaway (as "Chorus"), Carl Hayden (as "Hamdi Pasha"), Bessie Holbrook (as "Chorus"), Elsie Janis (as "Princess Kalora"), Charles Judels (as "Count Luigi Tincagni Tomasso"), Josephine Kernell (as "Chorus"), Alice Keyes (as "Chorus"), Charles King (as "Tod Norcross"), Josephine Lachmar (as "Chorus"), Albert Lamson (as "Chorus"), Wallace McCutcheon (as "Alex Pike"), Joseph C. Miron (as "Prince Selim Malagsaki"), Ralph Nairn (as "Hon. Crawley Plumston"), Anna Pallas (as "Chorus"), Estelle Perry (as "Chorus"), Fred Pirkuritz (as "Chorus"), Henrietta Pouts (as "Chorus"), Peggy Preston (as "Chorus"), Olive Quimby (as "Chorus"), Eugene Revere (as "Harry Romaine"), Margaret St. Clair (as "Chorus"), Elise Steele (as "Chorus"), Harriet Sterling (as "A Visitor"), Albert Stewart (as "Lucas"), Mona Trieste (as "Chorus"), Queenie Vassar (as "Madame Saidis"), Neil Walton (as "Bokhara"), Kate Wingfield (as "Mrs. Plumston"). Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.
  • (1913) Stage Play: The Sunshine Girl. Musical. Book by Cecil Raleigh and Paul A. Reubens. Lyrics by Arthur Wimperis and Paul Rubens. Musical Director: Augustus Barratt. Featuring songs by John Golden. Featuring songs with lyrics by Joseph Cawthorn. Directed by J.A.E. Malone. Knickerbocker Theatre: 3 Feb 1913- 20 Sep 1913 (160 performances). Cast: Dorothy Berry, Irene Castle, Vernon Castle, Joseph Cawthorn, Eva Davenport, Florence Deshon, Dickson Elliott, William T. Francis Jr., Russell Griswold, Flossie Hope, Irene Hopping, J.J. Horowitz, Constance Hunt, Owne Jones, Eileen Kearney, Harry Law, Lew Leroy, Tom Lewis, Charles McGee, Alan Mudie, E.S. Powell, Eleanor Rasmussen, Julia Sanderson, Edwin Stone, Ruth Thorpe, Joseph V. Tullar, Edward C. Yeager. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1916) Stage Play: Sybil. Musical comedy. Music by Viktor Jacobi [credited as Victor Jacobi]. American Version by Harry Graham and Harry B. Smith. Musical Director: Harold Vicars. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith and Harry Graham. Liberty Theatre: 16 Jan 1916- 3 Jun 1916 (168 performances). Cast: Edith Allen (as "Chorus"), Stewart Baird (as "Captain Paul Petrow"), Dorothy Banks (as "Chorus"), Marna Blanchard (as "Chorus"), Donald Brian (as "The Grand Duke Constantine"), Alice Carrington (as "Chorus"), Joseph Cawthorn (as "Otto Spreckles"), Frances Ceratt (as "Chorus"), Gene Cole (as "Chorus"), Clyde Crawford (as "A Schoolmaster"), William Doyle (as "Chorus"), Clara Eckstrom (as "Chorus"), Kathleen Edwards (as "Chorus"), Leona Francis (as "Chorus"), Marie Francis (as "Chorus"), William Francis Jr. (as "Lieutenant Koyander"), Joseph Fuller (as "Chorus"), Maisie Gay (as "Margot"), Walter Gilbert (as "Captain Dologow"), Lenora Greenwood (as "Chorus"), Russell Griswold (as "Chorus"), Charles Hampden (as "Bortschakow"), Jackson Hines (as "Captain Milowski"), William L. Hobart (as "Chorus"), Owen Jones (as "Chorus"), Charles Kamp (as "Chorus"), Frank Kenny (as "Chorus"), William Kenny (as "Chorus"), Arthur Kugler (as "Chorus"), Cynthia Latham (as "Chorus/Mrs. Crighton"), Lillian Lavonne (as "Chorus"), Charles Lester (as Lieutenant Zelenoy"), Kathleen Lindley (as "Chorus"), Clarence Lutz (as "Chorus"), George E. Mack (as "The Governor of Bomsk"), Eunice MacKay (as "Chorus"), Frank Markham Cossack Officer/Chorus"), Robert Markwell (as "Mr. Crighton"), Emily Monte (as "Chorus"), Millie Murray (as "Chorus"), Yetla Nicol (as "Chorus"), Prudence O'Shea (as "Chorus"), Lester Ostrander (as "Chorus"), Goldier Redding (as "Chorus"), Helen Rintelen (as "Chorus"), Katherine Rodgers (as "Chorus"), George Ross (as "Chorus"), Julia Sanderson (as "Sybil Renaud"), Eleanor Scott (as Chorus"), Cissie Sewell (as "Dance Specialty"), Frank Snyder (as "Chorus"), Master Statzes (as "Page Boy"), Helen Trainer (as "Chorus"), Joseph V. Tullar (as "Chorus"), A. von Bereghy (as "Chorus"), Louise Ward (as "Chorus"), George Wharton (as "Second Waiter/Chorus"), Josephine Whittell (as "The Grand Duchess Anna Pavlovna"), Dorice Wingrove (as "Chorus"), Edward C. Yeager (as "First Waiter/Chorus"). Produced by Charles Frohman Inc.
  • (1917) Stage Play: Rambler Rose. Musical comedy. Book by Harry B. Smith. Music by Victor Jacobi. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Musical Director: Harold Vicars. Choreographed by Jack Mason. Directed by W.H. Bentley. Empire Theatre: 10 Sep 1917- 10 Nov 1917 (72 performances). Cast: Hilda Allison (as "Chorus"), Sidney Ayres (as "Chorus"), Stewart Baird (as "Marcel Petipas"), W.H. Bentley (as "A Farmer's Boy"), Betty Berry (as "Chorus"), Jack Bick (as "Chorus"), Ethel Boyd (as "Claire/Chorus"), Jean Burke (as "Chorus"), Garrett Carroll (as "Chorus"), Joseph Cawthorn (as "Joseph Guppy"), Eileen Clinton (as "Chorus"), Jack Donnelly (as "Chorus"), George Egan (as "Willis"), Ella Foster (as "Chorus"), Marie Francis (as "Chorus"), Bernard Fritze (as "Chorus"), Marion George (as "Chorus"), John Goldsworthy (as "Gerald Morton"), Marie Gray (as "Chorus"), Russell Griswold (as "Chorus"), Harriet Gustin (as "Chorus"), Peggy Higgins (as "Chorus"), Helen Hyde (as "Chorus"), Murray Lavone (as "Chorus"), Florence Lee (as "Chorus"), George E. Mack (as "Timothy Briggs"), Helen Maillard (as "Chorus"), Ada Meade (as "Angele"), Frances Mink (as "Chorus"), Selma Morris (as "Chorus"), Alexander Morrissey (as "Chorus"), Malcolm Murray (as "Chorus"), Dot Nichols (as "Chorus"), Muriel Parker (as "Chorus"), William Plummer (as "Chorus"), Doris Predo (as "Blanche/Chorus"), Clarence Rockwell (as "Chorus"), Julia Sanderson (as "Rosamund Lee"), Kate Serjeantson (as "Lady Cloverdale"), Betty Shannon (as "Chorus"), Doris Sheerin (as "Chorus"), Gladys Siddons (as "Tita"), Walter Smith, Frank Snyder (as "Chorus"), Clara Taylor (as "Chorus"), Helen Trainer (as "Chorus"), Camille Truesdale (as "Chorus"), Kenneth Tudor (as "Chorus"), Wilma Walton (as "Dora/Chorus"), George Wharton (as "Chorus"), Anita Wood (as "Chorus"), Olga Ziceva (as "Chorus"). Produced by Charles Frohman Inc.
  • (1918) Stage Play: The Canary. Musical comedy. Music by Ivan Caryll and Irving Berlin. Based on the French by Georges Berr and Louis Verneuil. Book by Harry B. Smith. Based on a novel by Frederic Mauzens. Musical Direction by Harold Vicars. Additional music by Jerome Kern, William B. Kernell and Harry Tierney. Additional lyrics by Harry Clarke, P.G. Wodehouse, Anne Caldwell, Richard Fechheimer, Benjamin Hapgood Burt and Clifton Crawford. Scenic Design by Joseph Urban. Costume Design by Schneider-Anderson Company, Brooks Costume Company, Dowling and Griffiths and Gladys Monkhouse. Directed by Frederick G. Latham and Edward Royce. Globe Theatre: 4 Nov 1918- 15 Mar 1919 (152 performances). Cast: Isabel Adams (as "Chorus"), Sidney Ayres (as "Chorus"), Edna Bates (as "Mrs. Beasley"), Kay Beach (as "Chorus"), Wilmer Bentley (as "Rico"), Florence Bruce (as "Chorus"), Martine Burnley (as "Chorus"), Joseph Cawthorn (as "Timothy"), Evelyn Conway (as "Chorus"), Sheila Courtney (as "Chorus"), Peggy Dana (as "Chorus"), Evelyn Des Roches (as "Chorus"), Harland Dixon (as "Fleece"), James Doyle (as "Dodge"), Dorothy Duncan (as "Chorus"), Maude Eburne (as "Mary Ellen"), George Egan (as "A Minister"), Peggy Eleanor (as "Chorus"), Doris Faithful (as "Chorus"), Elsie Gordon (as "Chorus"), Pauline Hall (as "Chorus"), Sam Hardy (as "Ned Randolph"), Dorothy Harrigan (as "Chorus"), Louis Harrison (as "Dr. Dippy"), Helen Lovett (as "Chorus"), George Mack (as "Mr. Trimmer"), Albertine Marlowe (as "Chorus"), Lorraine Nelson (as "Chorus"), Marietta O'Brien (as "Chorus"), Lester Ostrander (as "Chorus"), Mary Philips (as "Chorus"), Peg Raymond (as "Chorus"), Corinth Rice, Muriel Riley (as "Chorus"), Julia Sanderson (as "Julie"), Mona Sartoris (as "Chorus"), Mildred Sinclair (as "Chorus"), Peggy Smith (as "Chorus"), Frank Snyder (as "Chorus"), Elsa Thomas (as "Chorus"), Clare Vernon (as "Chorus"), Charlotte Wakefield (as "Chorus"), George Wharton (as "Chorus"), Gladys White (as "Chorus"), Jean White (as "Chorus"), Lillian White (as "Chorus"), Peggy Williams (as "Chorus"), Esther Worth (as "Chorus"). Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.
  • (1920) Stage Play: The Half Moon. Musical comedy. Book by William LeBaron. Lyrics by William Le Baron. Music by Viktor Jacobi. Musical Director: Harold Vicars. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster. Directed by Fred G. Latham. Liberty Theatre: 1 Nov 1920- 11 Dec 1920 (48 performances). Cast: Joseph Cawthorn (as "Henry Hudson Hobson"), Helen Allan (as "Ensemble"), Ruth Appleton (as "Ensemble"), Pearl Bennett (as "Ensemble"), Sophie Brenner (as "Ensemble"), Caroline Burke (as "Ensemble"), Sally Chester (as "Ensemble"), Lucille Conboy (as "Ensemble"), Daisy Daniels (as "Ensemble"), Lucille Darling (as "Ensemble"), Maude Eburne (as "Maggie Green"), Mary Ellison (as "Ensemble"), Sallie Everett (as "Ensemble"), Isabel Falconer (as "Ensemble"), Jean Farrell (as "Ensemble"), William Ingersoll (as "John Copley Adams"), Doris Landy (as "Ensemble"), Charles Lawrence (as "Joe Beckett"), Betty Mack (as "Ensemble"), May Morris (as "Ensemble"), Lorraine Nelson (as "Ensemble"), Madeline O'Brien Ensemble"), Edna May Oliver (as "Mrs. Francis Adams Jarvis"), Elaine Palmer (as "Estelle"), Peggy Parmalee (as "Ensemble"), Betty Raedel (as "Ensemble"), Bobbie Rait (as "Ensemble"), Mignon Reed (as "Ensemble"), Joseph Santley (as "Charlie Hobson"), Ivy Sawyer (as "Grace Bolton"), 'Oscar Shaw'(as "Bradford Adams"), Virginia Shelby (as "Anne"), Peggy Smith (as "Ensemble"), Herbert Sparling (as "Harkins"), May Thompson (as "Mary Bolton"), Rose Timponi (as "Ensemble"), Edna Wheaton (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.
  • (1922) Stage Play: The Blue Kitten. Musical comedy. Book by Otto A. Harbach and William Carey Duncan. Music by Rudolf Friml. Lyrics by Otto A. Harbach and William Carey Duncan. Based on a French farce by Gustave Quinson and Yves Mirandeis. Musical Direction by Herbert Stothart. Directed by Edgar Selwyn, Leon Errol and Julian Mitchell. Selwyn Theatre: (moved to The Earl Carroll Theatre from 1 May 1922 to close): 13 Jan 1922- 13 May 1933 (140 performances). Cast: Bernice Ackerman, Betty Barlow, Joseph Brennan, Chester Brown, Joseph Cawthorn (as "Theodore Vanderpop") [final Broadway role], Eleanor Dell, Frisco Devere, Ted Grant, George Griffiths, Bill Hawkins, Leo Howe, Robert Hurst, Gladys Jordan, May Cory Kitchen, Grace La Rue, George LeSoir (as "Durand"), Helen Lewis, Violet Lobell, Lillian Lorraine, William L. Mack, Lorraine Manville (as "Madelaine Vanderpop"), Helen McDonald, Victor Morley, Blanche Morton, Lester New, Jean Newcombe (as "Mme. Lucile Vanderpop"), Jeanne Osborne, Carola Parson, Evelyn Pluntadore, Ann Ross, Penny Rowland, Beatrice Savage, Boris Scott, Douglas Stevenson, Peggy Stohl, Dorothy Stokes, Frances Stone, Marion Sunshine (as "Cri Cri"), Dallas Welford (as "Popinet"), Frances Wing, Robert Woolsey (as "Octave"). Produced by Arthur Hammerstein.
  • (1915) Stage Play: The Girl from Utah. Musical comedy [return engagement]. Book by James Tanner. Music by Paul Rubens and Sidney Jones. Lyrics by Percy Greenbank and Adrian Ross. Additional numbers by Jerome Kern. Featuring songs with lyrics by Harry B. Smith, Arthur Wimperis, Herbert Reynolds and Bert Lee. Featuring songs by Herman Finck, Harry Castling, C.W. Murphy, Worton David and Chris Smith. Musical Director: Gustave Salzer and Theodore Stearns. Costume Design by Schneider-Anderson Company. Directed by J.A.E. Malone. Knickerbocker Theatre: 9 Aug 1915- 28 Aug 1915 (24 performances). Cast: Edith Allen (as "Chorus"), Veronique Banner (as "Mrs. Ponsonby"), Edith Barr (as "Chorus"), George Bishop (as "Lord Amersham"), Donald Brian (as "Sandy Blair, leading man at the Gaiety Theatre"), Frances Burress (as "Chorus"), Joseph Cawthorn (as "Trimpel, of Brixton Rest"), Jessie Crane (as "A Flapper"), Edgar Dickson (as "Policeman PR 38"), Louise Donovan (as "Miss Rosie Jocelyn, Actress at the Gaiety Theatre"), Radford D'Orsay (as "Chorus"), Clara Eckstrom (as "Lady Muriel Chepstone"), Dickson Elliott (as "Bobbie Longshot"), Irene Enright (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Erhard (as "Chorus"), Kathleen Erroll (as "Chorus"), Willie Fink (as "Chorus"), Venita Fitzhugh (as "Dora Manners, leading lady of the Gaiety Theatre"), F.S. Foley (as "Chorus"), Marie Francis (as "Chorus"), William Francis Jr. (as "Comissionaire"), Mabel Gibson (as "Miss Lydia Saville, Actress at the Gaiety Theatre"), Walter Gilbert (as "Chorus"), Russell Griswold (as "Douglas Noel"), George Grundy (as "Colonel Oldham-Pryce"), Edith Hardlow (as "Chorus"), Alma Harrison (as "Miss Violet Vesey, Actress at the Gaiety Theatre"), Fannie Hasbroek (as "Chorus"), Jacque Hastings (as "Chorus"), Kathleen Hitchens (as "Chorus"), William L. Hobart (as "Chorus"), Catherine Hurst (as "Chorus"), Margaret Langdon (as "Chorus"), Harry Law (as "Lord Orpington"), Eunice MacKay (as "A Waitress/Chorus"), Olga Markusson (as "Chorus"), Violet Marsden (as "Chorus"), Michael Mathews (as "Page"), Marie McCullough (as "Chorus"), Caroline Oden (as "Chorus"), James O'Neill (as "Chorus"), Diane Oste (as "Miss Mona West, Actress at the Gaiety Theatre"), Lester Ostrander (as "Chorus"), Alice Palmer (as "Honorable Miss St. Auburn"), Irene Palmer (as "Lady Mary Nowell/Chorus"), Zamora Pierce (as "Chorus"), Jack Potter (as "Chorus"), Renee Reel (as "Clancy, Miss Manners' maid"), Julia Sanderson (as "Una Trance, The Girl from Utah"), Gladys Siddons (as "Chorus"), Frank Snyder (as "Chorus"), Charles Vandivere (as "Chorus"), Queenie Vassar (as "Lady Amersham, Lord Amersham's mother") [final Broadway role], A. von Bereghy (as "Chorus"), Lorraine Waters (as "Chorus"), George Wharton (as "Archie Tooth"), Dorothy Wilcock (as "Miss Sylvia Paget, Actress at the Gaiety Theatre"), Walter S. Wills (as "Detective Shooter, of Scotland Yard"), Louise Worthington (as "Chorus"), Edward C. Yeager (as "Chorus"). Produced by Charles Frohman. Note: Mr. Frohman had died in the sinking of the Lusitania on 7 May 1915 and this production was one of two that were ultimately produced in the U.S. as planned before the creation of Charles Frohman Inc. which remained active until 1930 (the firm would remain nominally in the theatre business through 1937).
  • (1914) Stage Play: The Girl from Utah. Musical comedy. Book by James Tanner. Music by Paul Rubens and Sidney Jones. Lyrics by Percy Greenbank and Adrian Ross. Additional numbers by Jerome Kern. Featuring songs with lyrics by Harry B. Smith, Arthur Wimperis, Herbert Reynolds and Bert Lee. Featuring songs by Herman Finck, Harry Castling, C.W. Murphy, Worton David and Chris Smith. Musical Director: Gustave Salzer and Theodore Stearns. Costume Design by Schneider-Anderson Company. Directed by J.A.E. Malone. Knickerbocker Theatre: 24 Aug 1914- 5 Dec 1914 (120 performances). Cast: Edith Allen (as "Chorus"), Veronique Banner (as "Mrs. Ponsonby"), Edith Barr (as "Chorus"), George Bishop (as "Lord Amersham"), Donald Brian (as "Sandy Blair, leading man at the Gaiety Theatre"), Frances Burress (as "Chorus"), Joseph Cawthorn (as "Trimpel, of Brixton Rest"), Jessie Crane (as "A Flapper"), Edgar Dickson (as "Policeman PR 38"), Louise Donovan (as "Miss Rosie Jocelyn, Actress at the Gaiety Theatre"), Radford D'Orsay (as "Chorus"), Clara Eckstrom (as "Lady Muriel Chepstone"), Dickson Elliott (as "Bobbie Longshot"), Irene Enright (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Erhard (as "Chorus"), Kathleen Erroll (as "Chorus"), Willie Fink (as "Chorus"), Venita Fitzhugh (as "Dora Manners, leading lady of the Gaiety Theatre"), F.S. Foley (as "Chorus"), Marie Francis (as "Chorus"), William Francis Jr. (as "Comissionaire"), Mabel Gibson (as "Miss Lydia Saville, Actress at the Gaiety Theatre"), Walter Gilbert (as "Chorus"), Russell Griswold (as "Douglas Noel"), George Grundy (as "Colonel Oldham-Pryce"), Edith Hardlow (as "Chorus"), Alma Harrison (as "Miss Violet Vesey, Actress at the Gaiety Theatre"), Fannie Hasbroek (as "Chorus"), Jacque Hastings (as "Chorus"), Kathleen Hitchens (as "Chorus"), William L. Hobart (as "Chorus"), Catherine Hurst (as "Chorus"), Margaret Langdon (as "Chorus"), Harry Law (as "Lord Orpington"), Eunice MacKay (as "A Waitress/Chorus"), Olga Markusson (as "Chorus"), Violet Marsden (as "Chorus"), Michael Mathews (as "Page"), Marie McCullough (as "Chorus"), Caroline Oden (as "Chorus"), James O'Neill (as "Chorus"), Diane Oste (as "Miss Mona West, Actress at the Gaiety Theatre"), Lester Ostrander (as "Chorus"), Alice Palmer (as "Honorable Miss St. Auburn"), Irene Palmer (as "Lady Mary Nowell/Chorus"), Zamora Pierce (as "Chorus"), Jack Potter (as "Chorus"), Renee Reel (as "Clancy, Miss Manners' maid"), Julia Sanderson (as "Una Trance, The Girl from Utah"), Gladys Siddons (as "Chorus"), Frank Snyder (as "Chorus"), Charles Vandivere (as "Chorus"), Queenie Vassar (as "Lady Amersham, Lord Amersham's mother") [final Broadway role], A. von Bereghy (as "Chorus"), Lorraine Waters (as "Chorus"), George Wharton (as "Archie Tooth"), Dorothy Wilcock (as "Miss Sylvia Paget, Actress at the Gaiety Theatre"), Walter S. Wills (as "Detective Shooter, of Scotland Yard"), Louise Worthington (as "Chorus"), Edward C. Yeager (as "Chorus"). Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1913) Stage Play: The Sunshine Girl. Musical. Book by Cecil Raleigh [final Broadway credit] and Paul A. Reubens. Lyrics by Arthur Wimperis and Paul Rubens. Musical Director: Augustus Barratt. Featuring songs by John Golden. Featuring songs with lyrics by Joseph Cawthorn. Directed by J.A.E. Malone. Knickerbocker Theatre: 3 Feb 1913- 20 Sep 1913 (160 performances). Cast: Dorothy Berry, Irene Castle, Vernon Castle, Joseph Cawthorn, Eva Davenport, Florence Deshon, Dickson Elliott, William T. Francis Jr., Russell Griswold, Flossie Hope, Irene Hopping, J.J. Horowitz, Constance Hunt, Owne Jones, Eileen Kearney, Harry Law, Lew Leroy, Tom Lewis, Charles McGee, Alan Mudie, E.S. Powell, Eleanor Rasmussen, Julia Sanderson, Edwin Stone, Ruth Thorpe, Joseph V. Tullar, Edward C. Yeager. Produced by Charles Frohman.

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