(1934- 1972). Active on Broadway
in the following productions:
(1934). Stage Play: First Episode [College Sinners]. Comedy. Written by Terence Rattigan
credit] and Philip Heimann. Scenic Design by Rollo Wayne. Directed by Haddon Mason
credit]. Ritz Theatre: 17 Sep 1934- Oct 1934 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Max Adrian
(as "Albert Arnold"), Staats Cotsworth
(as "Philip Kahn"), T.C. Dunham (as "A Butler"), John Halloran
(as "Tony Wodehouse"), Stanley Harrison
(as "James"), Leona Maricle
(as Margot Gresham"), Patrick Waddington
(as "David Lister"), Gerrie Worthing (as "Joan Taylor"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
(1935). Stage Play: Othello. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare
. Directed by Henry Herbert
. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 27 Sep 1935- Oct 1935 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast: Roland Bottomley
(as "Roderigo"), Betty Bourjaily (as "Bianca"), Edward Broadley
(as "Sailor"), Alexandra Carlisle (as "Emilia"), Hannam Clark
(as "Gratiano"), Gladys Cooper (as "Desdemona"), Staats Cotsworth
(as "Gentleman of Cyprus"), Margaret English (as "Woman of Cyrus"), Charles Francis (as "Lodovico"), Harold Gould
(as "Brabantio"), Joseph Holland (as "Gentleman of Cyprus"), Kenneth Hunter (as "Cassio"), T. Jerome Lawler
(as "Montano"), Connie Lent (as "Woman of Cyrus"), Kenneth MacKenna
(as "Iago"), Maurice Manson (as "Messenger"), Philip Merivale
(as "Othello"), Henry Morrell
(as "Duke of Venice"), Ralph Nelson
(as "Officer"), Bram Nossen
(as "Gentleman of Cyprus"), Constance Pellissier
[credited as Constance Pelissier] (as "Woman of Cyrus"). Produced by Crosby Gaige/Crosby Gaige Inc.
(1935). Stage Play: Macbeth. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare
. Directed by Henry Herbert
. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 7 Oct 1935- Oct 1935 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Thomas Bate (as "Servant"), Roland Bottomley
(as "Angus, a nobleman"), Betty Bourjaily (as "Court Lady"), Edward Broadley
(as "Old Man/Third Witch"), Catherine Cale (as "Court Lady"), Alexandra Carlisle (as "Lady Macduff"), Hannam Clark
(as "Porter/Second Witch"), Gladys Cooper (as "Lady Macbeth"), Staats Cotsworth
(as "Donalbain, son of Duncan/Messenger"), Margaret English (as "Boy"), Charles Francis (as "Banquo, a general of the Scottish army"), Harold Gould
(as "Siward/First Witch"), Joseph Holland (as "Lennox, a nobleman"), Kenneth Hunter (as "Ross, a nobleman"), T. Jerome Lawler
(as "Malcolm, son of Duncan"), Connie Lent (as "Fleance, son of Banquo"), Kenneth MacKenna
(as "Macduff, a nobleman of Scotland"), Maurice F. Manson (as "Seton, an officer attending on Macbeth"), Philip Merivale
(as "Macbeth, a general of the Scottish army"), Henry Morrell
(as "Duncan, King of Scotland/Doctor"), Ralph Nelson
(as "Young Seyward"), Bram Nossen
(as "Captain/First Murderer"), Edward Oldfield, Constance Pellissier
[credited as Constance Pelissier] (as "Gentlewoman"). Produced by Crosby Gaige/Crosby Gaige Inc.
(1937). Stage Play: Damaged Goods [Les Avaries]. Drama (revival). Written by 'Eugene Brieux'. Directed by Henry Herbert
. 48th Street Theatre: 17 May 1937- May 1937 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Jane Bancroft (as "The Girl"), Johnne Barrie (as "The Nurse"), Florence Barry (as "Henriette"), Staats Cotsworth
(as "Georges Dupont"), Marie Curtis (as "Madame Dupont"), Rose Flynn (as "The Woman"), Henry Herbert (as "The Doctor"), Stapleton Kent
(as "The Man"), Bruce Rogers (as "Justin"), Ann Sorel (as "Hospital Nurse"), Thomas F. Tracey
(as "M. Loches"). Produced by Richard Highley. Note: Previously filmed as Damaged Lives
(1938). Stage Play: Stop-over. Drama. Written by Matt Taylor and Sam Taylor. Directed by Worthington Miner
. Lyceum Theatre: 11 Jan 1938-Jan 1938 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Alice Ann Baker (as "Mrs. Scanlon"), Ramon Blackburn
(as "Benjamin Farnham Jr."), Sidney Blackmer
(as "Bartley Langthorne"), A.S. 'Pop' Byron
(as "Matt Scanlon"), Donald Cameron (as "Dr. Ralph Greyson"), Norma Chambers (as "Marie Farnham"), Harry Cooke
(as "Arthur Darrow"), Edwin Cooper (as "Ed Latimer"), Staats Cotsworth
(as "Dick McKernan"), Muriel Kirkland (as "Bessie Latimer"), Billy Redfield (as "Peter Farnham"), Jean Rodney (as "Janet Archer"), Eugene Schiel (as "Jerry Farnham"), James Shelburne (as "Lew Foster"), Calvin Thomas (as "Ben Farnham"), Robert Thomsen (as "Father Conley"). Produced by Chase Productions Inc.
(May 18 to 21, 1942) He acted William Shakespeare's play, "Macbeth," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Maurice Evans, Judith Anderson, Philip Huston, Ernest Graves, Ada McFarland, Abby Lewis, Susan Golding, Harry Irvine, Ralph Clanton, John McQuade, Arthur Franz, Alex Courtney, John Ireland, Henry Brandon, Irving Morrow, Herbert Rudley, John Parrish, Phyllis Taylor, Viola Keats and Richard Tyler in the cast. Lehman Engel was composer. Samuel Leve was set designer. Lemuel Ayers was costume designer. Margaret Webster was director. Maurice Evans was also producer.
(1971) He acted in Paul Osborn's play, "The Vinegar Tree," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Shirley Booth in the cast. Christopher Hewett was director.
(1972) He acted in Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's play, "You Can't Take It With You," at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut with Serina Grant, Laurie Kennedy, Carol Teitel, Emery Battis, John Braden, Charles Turner, Tom Atkins and Patricia Pearcy in the cast. Arvin Brown was director. Kert Lundell was set designer. James Edmund Brady was costume designer. Judy Rasmuson was lighting designer.
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