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Active on Broadway [credited as Peter Knego] in the following productions:

The Fifth Column (1940).

My Sister Eileen (1940). Comedy. Written by Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov, from stories by Ruth McKenney. Dance sequences staged by Paul Seymour. Dance sequences stages by Paul Seymour. Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager. Lighting Design by Al Alloy. Technical Assistant to Mr. Oenslager: Isaac Benesch. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Biltmore Theatre (through 4 Aug 1942. Moved to The Martin Beck Theatre until 21 Nov 1942 then moved to The Ritz Theatre until 13 Dec 1942 then moved to The Broadway Theatre until close): 26 Dec 1940-16 Jan 1943 (864 performances). Cast: Effie Afton (as "Violet Shelton"), Michael Ames, Shirley Booth (as "Ruth Sherwood"), Alan Brixey, Morris Carnovsky (as "Mr. Appolpolous"), Peter Coe (as "Future Admiral") [credited as Peter Knego], George Cotton, Tom Dillon, Donald Foster, Eda Heinemann (as "A Prospective Tenant"), Gordon Jones, Joseph Kallini, Bruce MacFarlane, Paul Marion, Charles Martin, William Post Jr., Richard Quine (who would later direct a film version of the play, My Sister Eileen (1955)), Helen Ray, Eric Roberts, Mel Roberts, Jo Ann Sayers, Paul Seymour, Benson Spring, Joan Tompkins, Robert White. Replacement actors during Biltmore Theatre run: Joe Bush (as "Future Admiral"), Henry Jones (as "Frank Lippencott"), Dave Macomber (as "Cossack"), Alva Milligan (as "A Drunk"), Priscilla Newton (as "Helen Wade"), Theodore Newton (as "Robert Baker"), Paul Porter Jr. (as "A Street Arab"), Roy Roberts (as "The Wreck"), Max Showalter (as "Frank Lippencott"), Arthur Tell (as "A Drunk"), Jerome Thor (as "Future Admiral"), Sheila Trent (as "Violet Shelton"), Ethel Wilson (as "A Prospective Tenant"). Replacement actors during Martin Beck Theatre run: Tony Bickley Future Admiral"), Joseph Buloff (as "Mr. Appolpolous"), Victor Finney (as "Future Admiral"), Thomas Hume (as "The Wreck"), Peggy Knudsen (as "Eileen Sherwood"), David Macomber (as "Cossack"), Alva Milligan (as "A Drunk"), Theodore Newton (as "Robert Baker"), Paul Porter Jr. (as "A Street Arab"), Herbert Rissman (as "Jensen"), Max Showalter (as "Frank Lippencott"), Arthur Tell (as "A Drunk"), Sheila Trent (as "Violet Shelton"), Ethel Wilson (as "A Prospective Tenant"). Replacement actors during Ritz Theatre run: None noted. Replacement actors during Broadway Theatre run: None noted. Produced by Max Gordon. Notes: Rates as one of the most successful (and profitable) productions ever produced on Broadway. Filmed by Columbia Pictures twice as My Sister Eileen (1942), My Sister Eileen (1955).

Men in Shadow (1943). Written by Mary Hayley Bell. Scenic Design by Frederick Fox. Directed by Roy Hargrave (also appearing as "Lew"). Morosco Theatre: 10 Mar 1943- 27 Mar 1943 (21 performances). Cast: Wesley Adams, Martin Brandt, Michelette Burani, Francis De Sales, Joseph De Santis, Ernest Graves, Dean Harens, Peter Coe [billed as Peter Knego] (as "German Lieutenant"), Michael Ingram, Everett Sloane (as "Kenny"), 'Peter Von Zerneck'. Produced by Max Gordon.


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