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  • (1890 - 1925) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1890) Stage Play: Men and Women. Written by Henry C. DeMille and David Belasco. Proctor's Theatre: 21 Oct 1890- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Maude Adams (as "Dora, William Prescott's Sister"), Emmett Corrigan (as "Arnold Kirk, Stockbroker"), Orrin Johnson (as "Edward Seabury, The Assistant Cashier"), Annie Adams (as "Mrs. Jane Prescott, William's Mother"), Leslie Allen (as "Mr. Pendleton, A Director of the Bank"), Sydney Armstrong (as "Agnes Rodman, Daughter of the Governor"), J.C. Buckstone (as "Sam Delafield, Mrs. Delafield's Stepson, Aged 26"), Frederic De Belleville (as "Israel Cohen, President of the Jefferson National Bank"), Gladys Eurelle (as "Julia, Servant at Mr. Cohen's"), Louis Haines (as "Dist. Messenger No. 81"), Etta Hawkins (as "Margery Knox, Our Cousin from the West"), Arthur Hayden (as "Mr. Bergman, A Director of the Bank"), M.A. Kennedy (as "Col. Zachary T. Kip, Member of Congress from New Jersey"), E. Mackey (as "Mr. Wayne, A Director of the Bank"), Richard Marlow (as "John, Servant at Mrs. Delafield's"), E.J. McCullough (as "Crawford, Deputy Marshal"), Frank Mordaunt (as "Stephen Rodman, Governor of Arizona"), William Morris (as "William Prescott, The Cashier") [Broadway debut], A.R. Newton (as "Roberts, Mr. Cohen's Secretary"), R.A. Roberts (as "Calvin Stedman, Counselor"), Winona Shannon (as "Lucy, Servant at Mrs. Prescott's"), Henry Talbot (as "Lyman H. Webb, Bank Examiner"), W.H. Tillard (as "Mr. Pendleton, A Director of the Bank"), Odette Tyler (as "Mrs. Kate Delafield, Widow, aged 26, Sam's Stepmother"), Ida Waterman (as "Mrs. Kirke, Wife of Arnold Kirke"). Note: Filmed by Klaw & Erlanger, Biograph Company as Men and Women (1914) and by Paramount Pictures as Men and Women (1925).
  • (1897) Stage Play: A Southern Romance. Melodrama. Written by B.B. Valentine and Leo Ditrichstein. Based on the novel "In God's Country" by Dolly Higbee. Fifth Avenue Theatre: 4 Sep 1897- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Frank C. Bangs (as "Col. Wyckoff Ransom"), Emmett Corrigan (as "Beverly Johnstone"), Leo Ditrichstein (as "Andre"), Katherine Grey (as "Lydia Ransom").
  • (1899) Stage Play: Ben Hur. Drama. Vocal and instrumental music by Edgar Stillman Kelley. Dramatized by William Young. Based on the novel by Lew Wallace. Directed by Ben Teal. Broadway Theatre: 29 Nov 1899- May 1900 (closing date unknown/194 performances). Cast: Adeline Adler, Mabel Bert, Edmund Collier, Emmett Corrigan, Charles Craig, Henry Devere, William Ford, William Frederic, Paul Gerson, William S. Hart (as "Messala"), Henry Lee, Gretchen Lyons, Robert Mansfield, Henry Montrose, Frank Mordaunt, Edward Morgan (as "Ben Hur"), Frederick Perry (replacement actor), Corona Riccardo, Mary Shaw, F.S. Thorpe, Frederick Truesdell, Charles J. Wilson. Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.
  • (1899) Stage Play: Ben Hur. Drama. Vocal and instrumental music by Edgar Stillman Kelley. Dramatized by William Young. Based on the novel by Lew Wallace. Directed by Ben Teal. Broadway Theatre: 29 Nov 1899- May 1900 (closing date unknown/194 performances). Cast: Adeline Adler, Mabel Bert, Edmund Collier, Emmett Corrigan, Charles Craig, Henry Devere, William Ford, William Frederic, Paul Gerson, William S. Hart (as "Messala"), Henry Lee, Gretchen Lyons, Robert Mansfield, Henry Montrose, Frank Mordaunt, Edward Morgan (as "Ben Hur"), Frederick Perry [replacement actor], Corona Riccardo, Mary Shaw, F.S. Thorpe, Frederick Truesdell, Charles J. Wilson. Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.
  • (1900) Stage Play: Ben Hur. Drama (return engagement).
  • (1909) Stage Play: Cameo Kirby. Written by Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson. Hackett Theatre: 20 Dec 1909- Jan 1910 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Dustin Farnum (as "Eugene Kirby"), May Buckley, Burr Caruth, Emmett Corrigan, Robert Cummings, John Harrington, Maud Hosford, Gordon Johnstone, Jane Kendrick, Ruth Lloyd, Nora Shelby, Alfred Tansy, Conway Tearle, George Thatcher, Gladys Williams. Produced by Liebler & Co.
  • (1911) Stage Play: The Deep Purple. Written by Paul Armstrong and Wilson Mizner. Lyric Theatre: 9 Jan 1911- May 1911 (closing date unknown/152 performances). Cast: Richard Bennett (as "William Lake"), Catherine Calvert (as "Laura Moore"), Giovanni Cavalaro (as "Organ Grinder"), Elmer Clifton (as "Valet") [only Broadway role], Emmett Corrigan (as "Gordon Laylock"), Henry Davidson (as "Page"), Ada Dwyer (as "Kate Fallon"), George M. Fee (as "Flynn"), W.J. Ferguson (as "'Pop' Clark"), James Lee Finney (as "Harry Leland"), Andrew Kelly (as "Bellboy"), George T. Meech (as "Connolly"), Mabel Morrison (as "Ruth Lake"), William A. Norton (as "George Bruce"), Rosamond O'Kane (as "Christine"), William Page (as "Messenger"), Isabel Waldron (as "Mrs. Lake"), John Williams (as "Postman"). Note: Filmed as The Deep Purple (1920).
  • (1911) Stage Play: The Deep Purple. Written by Paul Armstrong and Wilson Mizner. Lyric Theatre: 9 Jan 1911- May 1911 (closing date unknown/152 performances). Cast: Richard Bennett (as "William Lake"), Catherine Calvert (as "Laura Moore") [Broadway debut], Giovanni Cavalaro (as "Organ Grinder"), Elmer Clifton (as "Valet") [only Broadway role], Emmett Corrigan (as "Gordon Laylock"), Henry Davidson (as "Page"), Ada Dwyer (as "Kate Fallon"), George M. Fee (as "Flynn"), W.J. Ferguson (as "'Pop' Clark"), James Lee Finney (as "Harry Leland"), Andrew Kelly (as "Bellboy"), George T. Meech (as "Connolly"), Mabel Morrison (as "Ruth Lake"), William A. Norton (as "George Bruce"), Rosamond O'Kane (as "Christine"), William Page (as "Messenger"), Isabel Waldron (as "Mrs. Lake"), John Williams (as "Postman"). Note: Filmed by Peerless Productions [distributed by World Film] as The Deep Purple (1915) [film considered lost as of Sep 2014], and by The Mayflower Photoplay Co. [distributed by Realart Pictures Corp.] as The Deep Purple (1920) [film considered lost as of Sep 2014].
  • (1911) Stage Play: Mrs. Avery.
  • (1911) Stage Play: The Whirlwind.
  • (1911) Stage Play: The Whirlwind (Revival).
  • (1912) Stage Play: The Governor's Lady. Drama. Written by Alice Bradley. Theatre Republic: 10 Sep 1912- Jan 1913 (closing date unknown/135 performances). Cast: Emmett Corrigan (as "Daniel S. Slade"), Emma Dunn (as "Mary Slade"), Gladys Hanson, John A. Dewey, Harrison Fowler, Franklin Handy, Albert Lane, Robert McWade, Nat Nazarro Jr., Will H. Nicholson, George H. Shelton, Milton Sills, Jack Smith, William H. Tooker, Stuart Walker, John N. Wheeler, Harry B. Wilson. Produced by David Belasco and William Elliott. Note: Filmed as The Governor's Lady (1915).
  • (1915) Stage Play: The Eternal Magdalene.
  • (1920) Stage Play: Martinique. Romance.
  • (1921) Stage Play: Nemesis. Melodrama. Written by Augustus E. Thomas [credited as Augustus Thomas]. Hudson Theatre: 4 Apr 1921- May 1921 (closing date unknown/56 performances). Cast: Charles P. Bates, Roland Bottomley (as "Dr. Simpson"), Emmett Corrigan (as "Mr. Kallan"), John Craig, Robert Cummings (as "Officer Conlon"), Pedro de Cordoba (as "Mr. Jovaine"), Jennie Dickerson, Clayton Frye, Marie Goff, Jerry Hart, Howard Nugent, Frank M. Readick, Olive Tell (as "Marcia Kallan"), John M. Thoughton, Ethel Winthrop (as "Mrs. Purdy"), Eleanor Woodruff. Produced by George M. Cohan.
  • (1921) Stage Play: Alias Jimmy Valentine. Melodrama (revival).
  • (1924) Stage Play: The Bully.
  • (1912) Stage Play: The Governor's Lady. Drama. Written by Alice Bradley. Theatre Republic: 10 Sep 1912- Jan 1913 (closing date unknown/135 performances). Cast: Emmett Corrigan (as "Daniel S. Slade"), Emma Dunn (as "Mary Slade"), Gladys Hanson, John A. Dewey, Harrison Fowler, Franklin Handy, Albert Lane, Robert McWade, Nat Nazarro Jr., Will H. Nicholson, George H. Shelton, Milton Sills, Jack Smith, William H. Tooker, Stuart Walker, John N. Wheeler, Harry B. Wilson. Produced by David Belasco and William Elliott. Note: Produced on film as The Governor's Lady (1915).
  • (1918) Stage Play: Three Faces East. Written by Anthony Paul Kelly [earliest Broadway credit]. Cohan and Harris (moved to The Longacre Theatre from 17 Feb 1919- close): 13 Aug 1918- unknown (335 performances). Cast: Grace Ade, Emmett Corrigan (as "Valdar"), Herbert Evans (as "Thompson"), Fred J. Fairbanks, Marion Grey, Charles Harbury, Violet Heming, William Jeffrey, Harry Lambart, David L. Leonard, Mary Ilene Mack, Otto Niemeyer, Joseph Selman, Frank Sheridan (as "Yeats"), Frank Westerton, Cora Witherspoon (as "Miss Risdon"). Produced by Cohan & Harris. Note: Filmed by Cinema Corporation of America [distributed by Producers Distributing Corporation] as Three Faces East (1926), and by Warner Bros. as Three Faces East (1930).
  • (1921) Stage Play: Alias Jimmy Valentine. Melodrama (revival). Written by Paul Armstrong. Directed by Hugh Ford. Gaiety Theatre: 8 Dec 1921- Jan 1922 (closing date unknown/46 performances). Cast: Mary Boland (as "Mrs. Webster"), Earle Brown (as "Red Joclyn"), Emmett Corrigan (as "Doyle"), Archie Curtiss (as "Smith"), Edmund Elton (as "Bill Avery"), George Farren (as "William Lane"), Margalo Gillmore (as "Rose Lane"), Harold Hartsell (as "Handler"), Grace Henderson (as "Mrs. Moore"), Emil Hoch (as "Blickendolfenbach"), J.J. Hyland (as "Dick the Rat"), William Ingersoll (as "Robert Fay, Lt. Governor of New York"), John Kennedy (as "A Bank Clerk"), Otto Kruger (as "Lee Randall"), Andrew Lawlor (as "Bobby Lane"), Lorna Volare (as "Kitty Lane"), Edward Wonn (as "Blinky Davis"). Produced by George C. Tyler.
  • (1924) Stage Play: The Bully. Written by Julie Helene Percival and Calvin Clark. Directed by Walter Wilson. Hudson Theatre: 25 Dec 1924- Jan 1925 (closing date unknown/37 performances). Produced by Mrs. Henry B. Harris.

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