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(1894) Stage: Appeared (as "Benjamin Bennett" / "Shiftless Ike"; Broadway debut) in "A Back Number" on Broadway. Written by Edward E. Kidder. Harlem Opera House: 17 Dec 1894- unknown (unknown performances).

(1897) Stage: Appeared (as "Benjamin Fitzhugh") in "The Man from Mexico" on Broadway. Farce. Written by Henry A. Du Souchet, M. Gondinet and Alexandre Bisson. Hoyt's Theatre: 19 Apr 1897-unknown (unknown performances). Cast (as known): Theodore Babcock (as "William "Foppy" Loveall").

(1899) Stage: Wrote / appeared (as "Joe Patten, aka Cornelius Smooth") in "Mr. Smooth" on Broadway. Comedy. Manhattan Theatre: 2 Sep 1899-Sep 1899 (closing date unknown/25 performances). Cast: Louise Allen-Collier, Helena Collier (as "Rose"), Thomas Evans, Thomas Garrick, M.L. Heckert, John B. Maher, Dan Mason, Myrtle May, George W. Parsons, Helen Reimer, John F. Ward.

(1901) Stage: Appeared (as "Robert Ridgeway") in "On the Quiet" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Augustus E. Thomas. Scenic Design by Arthur Voegtlin. Hoyt's Theatre: 11 Feb 1901-Jul 1901 (closing date unknown/160 performances). Cast: Louise Allen (as "Agnes Colt"), Helena Collier, Cranley Douglas, Thomas Doyle, May Fletcher, Thomas Garrick, George Grace, J.K. Jones, E.F. Krauser, Katherine Mulkins, Sachiro Oida, Laura Palmer, George W. Parsons, Charles B. Poor, J.W. Roberts, George H. Robinson, Brigham Royce, John G. Saville, E.D. Smith, Ninette Thullen. Produced by Smyth & Rice and Frank L. Perley.

(1901) Stage: Appeared (as "Robert Ridgeway") in "On the Quiet", produced on Broadway. Comedy [return engagement]. Written by Augustus E. Thomas. Scenic Design by Arthur Voegtlin. Hoyt's Theatre: 10 Feb 1902-Mar 1902 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Louise Allen (as "Agnes Colt"), Helena Collier, Cranley Douglas, Thomas Garrick, M.L. Heckert, E.F. Krauser, Harry Linton, Olive Madison, Richard Malchien, Myrtle May, John Nelles, Sachiro Oida, Laura Palmer, George W. Parsons, J.W. Roberts, George H. Robinson, John G. Saville, E.D. Smith, Romaine Whitford, George Wright. Produced by Smyth and Perley.

(1902) Stage: Appeared in "The Diplomat" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Martha Morton. Directed by Jacob Litt. Hoyt's Theatre: 20 Mar 1902-May 1902 (closing date unknown/76 performances). Cast: Edward Abeles, Louise Allen, Charles Arthur, S. Broughton, Morgan Coman, Nanette Comstock, Noira Dyer, Etienne Girardot, Roderic Harrison, Bessie Heaton, M.L. Heckert, Edward Krauser, Richie Ling, George W. Parsons, John Saville, William E. Shay, Lizzie Strachen, David Torrence, Isabelle Urguhart, Virginia Warren.

(1902) Stage: Appeared (as "Bob Upton") in "Twirly Whirly" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music by William T. Francis and John Stromberg. Book / lyrics by Edgar Smith and Robert B. Smith. Musical Director: William T. Francis. Additional music by John T. Kelly. Additional lyrics by John T. Kelly and Wilton Lackaye. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Weber and Fields' Broadway Music Hall: 11 Sep 1902-11 Apr 1903 (247 performances) Cast: Eva Allen, Louise Allen, Will Archie, Frankie Bailey (as "Don Carrara"), Mabel Barrison, Eugenie Bashford, Charles A. Bigelow, Edna Birch, Grace Bishop, Carrie Bowman, Edith Caine, Mamie Chapin, Mattie Chapin, Bessie Clayton, Peter F. Dailey, Lillian Diamond, Peggy Donaldson, Lew Fields (as "Meyer Ausgaaben"), Virginia Foltz, Carolyn Fostelle, Emily Francis, Lillian Harris, May Harris, Jean Hassall, Ollie Hatfield, Grace Heckler, Bena Hoffman, Mollie Hoffman, Katherine Howland, Ethel Jewett, John T. Kelly, Eleanor Kendall, Anna Leslie, May Leslie, Frankie Loeb, Agnes Lynn, Mabel Lynn, May MacKenzie, Bonnie Maginn, Eva Merrill, Anna Miller, Estelle Moyer, Gertie Moyer, Ilma Pratt, Annie Revere, Lillian Russell (as "Mrs. Stockson Bond"), Laura Senac, Winnie Siegrist, Gertrude Taylor, Fay Templeton (as "Maude Moraine"), Vernie Wadsworth, Joe Weber (as "Michael Schlaatz"), Elizabeth Young. Produced by Weber & Fields.

(1902) Stage: Appeared (as "Lord Bummy") in "Humming Birds and Onions", produced on Broadway. Musical/burlesque. Libretto by Edgar Smith. Music by W.T. Francis. Additional music by W.T. Travers. Additional lyrics by Robert B. Smith. Costume Design by Will R. Barnes. Scenic Design by John H. Young. Weber and Fields' Broadway Music Hall: 6 Nov 1902-Dec 1902 (unknown performances). Cast: Eva Allen (as "Pierre"), Louise Allen (as "Lady Bummy"), Will Archie (as "Jagson"), Mabel Barrison (as "Lord Rounder"), Charles A. Bigelow (as "Mrs. Lippy"), Edna Birch (as "Ensemble"), Carrie Bowman (as "Ensemble"), Mamie Chapin (as "Ensemble"), Mattie Chapin (as "Ensemble"), Peter F. Dailey (as "Mr. Lippy"), Lew Fields (as "Gufstaple"), Carolyn Fostelle (as "Ensemble"), May Harris (as "Ensemble"), Ollie Hatfield (as "Ensemble"), Grace Heckler (as "Ensemble"), Bena Hoffman (as "Ensemble"), Mollie Hoffman (as "Ensemble"), Katherine Howland (as "Ensemble"), Ethel Jewett (as "Ensemble"), John T. Kelly (as "Signor D'Oreilly"), Anna Leslie (as "Ensemble"), May Leslie (as "Ensemble"), Mabel Lynn (as "Ensemble"), May MacKenzie (as "Ruth" / "Francois"), Estelle Moyer (as "Margot"), Gertie Moyer (as "Jean"), Ilma Pratt (as "Fiffine" / "Ensemble"), Annie Revere (as "Ensemble"), Laura Senac (as "Ensemble"), Winnie Siegrist (as "Ensemble"), Fay Templeton (as "Onions"), Joseph M. Weber (as "Annette"). Produced by Weber & Fields.

(1902) Stage: Appeared (as "Vi Bumpson") in "The Stickiness of Gelatine", produced on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music / lyrics by W.T. Francis. Lyrics by Robert B. Smith. Weber and Fields' Broadway Music Hall: 18 Dec 1902-Feb 1903 (unknown performances/rotated with Twirly-Whirly). Cast: Eva Allen (as "Dottie"), Louise Allen (as "Mrs. Brightun"), Frankie Bailey (as "Dodges Meales"), Mabel Barrison (as "Stewardess"), Charles A. Bigelow (as "Mr. Brightun"), Edna Birch (as "Knott Eaton"), Carrie Bowman (as "Poole Winner"), Tom Collins (as "Ship's Doctor"), Peter F. Dailey (as "Lord Spillberries"), F.E. Dunn (as "Buda"), Lew Fields (credited as Lew M. Fields; as "Count Careless Kidney"), F.A. Hopp (as "Pesth"), Anna Leslie (as "Mona Little"), May Leslie (as "May Raines"), Mabel Lynn (as "Innis Roome"), Doris Mitchell (as "Merrie Tripp"), V.L. Ossman (as "Paprika"), Ilma Pratt (as "Miss Lansing"), Laura Senac (as "Daisy Saylor"), Henry Six (as "Goulash"), Fay Templeton (as "Gelatine Pang"), Joseph Torpey (as "Steward"). Joseph M. Weber (as "Fraulein Krank"). Produced by Weber & Fields.

(1903). Stage Play: The Big Little Princess. Musical/burlesque.

(1903) Stage: Appeared in "Are You My Father?", produced on Broadway. Written by Ernest Lacy. Loosely based on incidents in "Japhet in Search of a Father" by Frederick Marryat (credited as Captain Marryat). Bijou Theatre: 8 Oct 1903-Oct 1903 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast: Marion Abbott, Louise Allen, Herbert Ayling, Jane Dara, Leo Hawley, Wallace McCutcheon Jr. [Broadway debut], George Nash, Laura Palmer, Brigham Royce, John Saville, Redmond St. Croy, Charles Swain, Hugo Toland.

(1904) Stage: Appeared (as "Brook Travers, alias Steve") in "The Dictator", produced on Broadway. Farce. Written by Richard Harding Davis. Criterion Theatre: 4 Apr 1904-30 May 1904 (64 performances). Cast: Edward Abeles, Louise Allen, John Barrymore (as "Charley Hyne"), Nannette Comstock, Louis Eagan, Augustus Goodson, Wallace McCutcheon Jr., Thomas McGrath, Robert McWade, Thomas Meighan, George Nash, Frances Sedgewick, Harry Senton, Lucile Watson (as "Mrs. John T. Bowie"), Henry J. West, Emmet Whitney (as "Samuel Codman"). Produced by Charles Frohman. NOTE: Production resumed at the Criterion Theatre from 24 Aug 1904-Sep 1904 (closing date unknown) for 25 additional performances.

(1904) Stage: Appeared (as "Brook Travers, alias Steve") in "The Dictator", produced on Broadway. Farce [return engagement]. Written by Richard Harding Davis. Criterion Theatre: 24 Aug 1904-Sep 1904 (closing date unknown/25 performances). Cast: Charles Jackson, Louise Allen, John Barrymore (as "Charley Hyne"), Louis Eagan, Howard Estabrook, Rose Flynn, Augustus Goodson, Lida Hall, Wallace McCutcheon Jr., Thomas McGrath, George Nash, Brigham Royce, Frances Sedgewick, Harry Senton, Harry West, Emmet Whitney. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1904) Stage: Appeared in "A Fool and His Money", produced on Broadway (revival). Written by George Broadhurst. Bijou Theatre: 26 Oct 1904-Nov 1904 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Marion Abbott, Eleanora Allen, Louise Allen, Anita Bridger, Lyster Chambers, Jane Dara, Mary Davenport, Mabel Dixey, Edna Faron, Daisy Green, Leo Hawley, Wallace McCutcheon Jr., George Nash, John Saville, Hugo Toland, George Henry Trader. Produced by Broadhurst & Currie.

(1905) Stage: Appeared in "On the Quiet", produced on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by Augustus E. Thomas. Criterion Theatre: 11 Dec 1905-Dec 1905 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Eileen Anglin, Irene Avon, William Collier Sr., Ida Conquest, Willard Curtiss, John W. Dean, Cranley Douglas, Howard Estabrook, Pauline French, Charles Fullhart, Grace Hadsell, Madeleine Hazlett, George Laundy, Thomas Martin, Frisco Matsuho, Wallace McCutcheon Jr., George Nash, Charles B. Poor, John Saville. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1906) Stage: Wrote (w/Grant Stewart) / appeared (as "Dick Crawford") in "Caught in the Rain", produced on Broadway. Farce. Garrick Theatre: 31 Dec 1906-May 1907 (closing date unknown/161 performances). Cast: John Adam, Alan Allen, Thomas Beauregard, Nannette Comstock, Louise Drew, Wallace Eddinger, Helena Garrick, Duncan Harris, Joseph Kaufman, Jane Laurel, Thomas Lennon, Thomas Martin, George Nash (as "James Maxwell"), Charles Poore, John Saville, Grant Stewart. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1907) Stage: Appeared in "Personal", produced on Broadway. Written by Eugene Wiley Presbrey. Bijou Theatre: 3 Sep 1907-Oct 1907 (closing date unknown/38 performances). Cast: Marion Abbott, Mary Alden, Louise Allen, Herbert Ayling, Louise Compton, Nannette Comstock, Cathryn Cooper, Brandon Hurst, Wallace McCutcheon Jr., George Nash, Laura Palmer, Jane Peyton, Brinsley Printie, Brigham Royce, Jack Saville, Grace Thorn. Produced by Weber & Fields.

(1908) Stage: Wrote (w/J. Hartley Manners) / appeared (as "Sir Augustus Plantagenet Armitage") in "The Patriot", produced on Broadway. Farce. Garrick Theatre: 23 Nov 1908-Apr 1909 (closing date unknown/160 performances). Cast: John B. Adam, Thomas Beauregard, William Collier Jr., Helena Collier-Garrick, Max Esberg, Helen Hale, M.E. Kelly, Paula Marr, Thomas Martin, Reginald Mason, Rex McDougal, John Saville, Margaret Warren, Frank Westerton, Wallace Worsley. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1909) Stage: Directed / appeared in "The Man from Mexico" on Broadway (revival). Garrick Theatre: 10 May 1909-Jul 1909 (closing date unknown/64 performances). Cast: John Adam, Thomas Beauregard, Gladys Claire, Helena Collier-Garrick, James Fallen, M.L. Heckert, Desmond Kelly, Paula Marr, Thomas Martin, Dan Mason, Reginald Mason, Rex McDougall, J.G. Saville. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1910) Stage: Appeared in "A Lucky Star" on Broadway. Written by Anne Crawford Flexner, based on "The Motor Chaperon" by A.N. Williamson, adapted by he and C.N. Williamson. Hudson Theatre: 18 Jan 1910-Apr 1910 (closing date unknown/95 performances). Cast: Ruth Hale, M.L. Heckert, Elizabeth Johnston, Eva Kelley, Edith Knight, Richard Malchien, Paula Marr, Reginald Mason, Katherine Mulkins, Mrs. Pikuritz, Anna Price, Helen Vassar, Frank H. Westerton, Marjorie Wood, Wallace Worsley, Phyllis Young. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1910) Stage: Wrote (w/Edgar Selwyn) / appeared (as "Percival Kelly") in "I'll Be Hanged If I Do", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Collier's Comedy Theatre: 28 Nov 1910-Feb 1911 (closing date unknown/80 performances). Cast: John B. Adam, Helena Collier-Garrick, Fred Esmelton, Willard R. Feeley, Maude Gilbert, M.L. Heckert, Richard Malchien, Stephen Maley, Paula Marr, Stanley Murphy, James B. Sheeran, Clara Reynolds Smith.

(1911) Stage: Appeared in "The Dictator" on Broadway. Farce (revival). Written by Richard Harding Davis. Collier's Comedy Theatre: 13 Apr 1911-May 1911 (closing date unknown/44 performances). Cast: John B. Adams, Thomas Beauregard, John Dolan, Fred Esmelton, Willard Feeley, Thomas Findlay, Richard Malchien, Paula Marr, Thomas Martin, Stanley Murphy, Albert Perry, James Sheeran, Edward Stall, Thomas Stuart. Produced by Lew Fields.

(1920) Stage: Wrote (w/Victor Mapes) / appeared (as "Sam Harrington") in "The Hottentot", produced on Broadway. Comedy/farce. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 1 Mar 1920-Jun 1920 (closing date unknown/113 performances). Cast: Ann Andrews (as "Mrs. Chadwick"), Frances Carson (as "Peggy Fairfax"), Claude Cooper (as "McKisson"), Howard Hull Gibson (as "Reggie Townsend"), Arthur Howard (as "Alex Fairfax"), Frederic Karr (as "Ollie Gilford"), Donald Meek (as "Swift"), Dorie Sawyer (as "Alice"), Edwin Taylor (as "Perkins"), Calvin Thomas (as "Larry Crawford"), Helen Wolcott (as "Mrs. Ollie Gilford"). Produced by Sam Harris. NOTE: Filmed as The Hottentot (1922).

(1912) Stage: Appeared (as "Tammas Bigger") in "Hokey-pokey" / "Bunty, Bulls and Strings" [Joint production] on Broadway. Both productions directed by Gus Sohlke. Broadway Theatre: 8 Feb 1912-11 May 1912 (108 performances/total for both productions). Hokey-pokey (1912): Special production. Music by John Stromberg, A. Baldwin Sloane and William T. Francis. Lyrics by Edgar Smith and E. Ray Goetz. Musical Director: George A. Nichols; Book by Edgar Smith. Featuring songs by Jean Schwartz, Neil Moret and Earle C. Jones. Featuring songs with lyrics by Neil Moret, William Jerome and Earle C. Jones. Cast: Cast: Amelia Abrams, Louise Abrams, George Beban (as "Teenie"), Gladys Breston, Hermione Brown, Beatrice Capulet, Olive Carr, Edna Caruthers, Edna Chase, Helena Collier-Garrick (as "Eelen Bunshop"), Lola Curtis, Lynn D'Arcy, Martha Dean, Libbian Diamond, Richard Fanning (as "Sandy"), Gladys Feldman, Lew Fields (as "Weelum Grunt"), Grace Grindell, Malcolm Grinnell (as "Mr. Leggit"), Elsie Hamilton, Eunice Hamilton, May Hopkins, John T. Kelly, Adah Baker Lewis (as "Susie Slimpson"), Clara Lloyd, Nettie Lyons, Adelaide Mason, Vinna Mason, Emily Miles, Edward McNulty, Gertrude Moyer, Frances Nelson, Vera Olcott, Katherine O'Neil, Louise Owen, Ruth Pecan, Harry Prew, Marjory Purcell, Elsa Reinhardt, Hazel Robertson, Pattie Rose, Hazel Rosewood, Flora Russell, Lillian Russell (as "Mrs. Wallingford Grafter"), Nancy Smith, Fay Templeton, Fay Tincher, Madge Vincent, Patrick Walsh, Joe Weber (as "Rab Biggar"), Harry Wilcox, May Willard. "Bunty, Bulls and Strings" (1912). Special production. Music by A. Baldwin Sloane. Book by Edgar Smith. Lyrics by E. Ray Goetz. Musical Director: George A. Nichols. Featuring songs by Irving Berlin. A parody of the comedy by Graham Moffatt. Cast: Amelia Abrams, Louise Abrams, George Beban (as "Teenie"), Gladys Breston, Hermione Brown, Beatrice Capulet, Olive Carr, Edna Caruthers, Edna Chase, Helena Collier-Garrick (as "Eelen Bunshop"), Lola Curtis, Lynn D'Arcy, Martha Dean, Libbian Diamond, Richard Fanning (as "Sandy"), Gladys Feldman, Lew Fields (as "Weelum Grunt"), Grace Grindell, Malcolm Grinnell (as "Mr. Leggit"), Elsie Hamilton, Eunice Hamilton, May Hopkins, John T. Kelly, Adah Baker Lewis (as "Susie Slimpson"), Clara Lloyd, Nettie Lyons, Adelaide Mason, Vinna Mason, Emily Miles, Charles Mitchell (as "Daniel Squirrel"), Gertrude Moyer"), Vera Olcott, Katherine O'Neil, Louise Owen, Ruth Pecan, Harry Prew, Marjory Purcell, Elsa Reinhardt, Hazel Robertson, Pattie Rose, Hazel Rosewood, Flora Russell, Nancy Smith, Fay Templeton (as "Bunty Biggar"), Fay Tincher, Madge Vincent, Patrick Walsh, Joe Weber (as "Rab Biggar"), Harry Wilcox, May Willard. Both productions produced by Weber & Fields.

(1912) Stage: Wrote (w/William H. Post) / appeared (as "Dionysius Woodbury") "Never Say Die", produced on Broadway. Comedy. 48th Street Theatre: 12 Nov 1912-Mar 1913 (151 performances). Cast: William Collier Sr. (as "Dionysius Woodbury"), John Adam, Jesse Arnold, Herbert Ayling, Charles Dow Clark, Emily Fitzroy, Nicholas Judels, John Junior, Paula Marr, Thomas McGrath, James Sheeran, Grant Stewart. Produced by Lew Fields.

(1911) Stage: Directed "A Certain Party" on Broadway. Musical/farce. Music by Robert Hood Bowers. Lyrics / Book by Edgar Smith. Based on a comedy by Frank Ward O'Malley and Edward W. Townsend. Musical Director: Tom Kelly. Featuring songs by Tom Kelly and Mabel Hite. Featuring songs with lyrics by Mabel Hite and Raymond Peck. Costume Design by Lucille, Hitchins and Max & Mahieu. Choreographed by Joseph C. Smith. Wallack's Theatre: 24 Apr 1911-13 May 1911 (24 performances). Cast: Marie Ashton (as "Miss Depuyster"), Esther Bissett (as "Miss Brompton"), Nena Blake (as "Grace Fairweather"), Andrew Brannigan (as "Buck Powers" / "Chorus" / "Patrick Reilly"), Miss Clements (as "Chorus"), Eddie Cline (as "Barney Rafferty" / "Chorus"), Miss Dana (as "Chorus), Louise Dempsey (as "Mrs. Jeremiah Fogarty"), Olive Depp (as "Chorus"), Mr. Devlin (as "Chorus"), Mike Donlin (as "James Barrett"), Richard Garrick (as "Roundsman Timothy Moline"), Frank Grom (as "Jerry Fagan" / "Chorus"), Miss Harris (as "Chorus"), Harold Hartsell (as "Sydney Finch"), Lillian Herbert (as "Maybelle Carrington"), Mabel Hite (as "Norah"), Miss Holmes (as "Chorus"), Miss Howard (as "Chorus"), Tom Jaffola (as "Chorus"), Mr. Johnson (as "Chorus"), Alfred Kappeler (as "George Caldwell"), John T. Kelly (as "Jerry Fogarty"), Miss Lane (as "Chorus"), Ruth Lloyd (as "Miss Ogilvie" / "Carrie Keyes"), Beatrice Moreland (as "Mrs. Lorimer"), Arthur O'Keefe (as "Danny Clark"), Carolyn Parsons (as "Lena" / "Chorus"), John Peachey (as "Atkins"), John Pierce (as "Larry Dunn" / "Chorus"), Miss Randall (as "Chorus"), Mr. Rogers (as "Chorus"), James Seeley (as "Homer Caldwell"), Quayle Settliffe (as "Handsome Harry" / "Chorus"), George Sullivan (as "Ikey Finklestein"), Miss Welson (as "Chorus"), Miss Williams (as "Chorus"), Susanne Willis (as "Mary"). Produced by Liebler & Co.

(1916) Stage: Appeared in "Nothing But the Truth" on Broadway. Written by James Montgomery. Based on the novel by Frederic S. Isham. Longacre Theatre: 14 Sep 1916-Jul 1917 (closing date unknown/332 performances). Cast: Margaret Brainerd, Ione Bright, Morgan Coman, Maude Turner Gordon, Mary Harper, Rapley Holmes, Arnold Lucy, Teresa Michelena, Ned Sparks, Vivian Wessell. Produced by H.H. Frazee. NOTE: Filmed as Nothing But the Truth (1929), La pura verdad (1931), Rien que la vérité (1931), Nothing But the Truth (1939), Nothing But the Truth (1941), "Broadway Television Theatre: Nothing But the Truth (#1.9)" (1952).

(1940) Victor Mapes and his play, "The Hottentot," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Arthur Treacher and Diana Barrymore in the cast.

(August 19, 1940) Victor Mapes and his play, "The Hottentrot," was performed at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Arthur Treacher in the cast.


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