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  • (1921) Stage: Wrote "A Bill of Divorcement", produced on Broadway (earliest Broadway credit). Drama. Directed by Basil Dean. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 10 Oct 1921-Mar 1922 (closing date unknown/173 performances). Cast: John Astley (as "Kit Pumphrey"), Janet Beecher (as "Margaret Fairfield"), Lillian Brennard (as "Bassett"), Katharine Cornell (as "Sydney Fairfield"), Fred Graham (as "The Rev. Christopher Pumphrey"), Ada King (as "Hester Fairfield"), Arnold Lucy (as "Dr. Alliot"), Allan Pollock (as "Hilary Fairfield"), Charles Waldron (as "Gray Meredith"). Produced by Charles B. Dillingham. NOTE: Filmed as A Bill of Divorcement (1932), A Bill of Divorcement (1940), A Bill of Divorcement (1922).
  • (1923) Stage: Wrote "Will Shakespeare", produced on Broadway. Directed / produced by Winthrop Ames. National Theatre: 1 Jan 1923-Mar 1923 (closing date unknown/80 performances). Cast: Harry Barfoot, Alan Birmingham, Herbert Clark, Katharine Cornell, Samuel Godfrey, Wallace Jackson, William J. Kline, Otto Kruger (as "Will Shakespeare"), Winifred Lenihan (as "Anne Hathaway"), Angela Ogden (as "Mrs. Hathaway"), Charles Romano (as "A Seneschal"), John L. Shine (as "Henslowe"), Lewis Shore (as "A Boy"), Cornelia Otis Skinner (as "Maid of Honor"), Anne Williamson (as "Street Hawker"), William Worthington (as "Secretary"), Haidee Wright (as "Queen Elizabeth").
  • (1924) Stage: Wrote "The Way Things Happen", produced on Broadway. Drama. Directed / produced by Guthrie McClintic. Lyceum Theatre: 28 Jan 1924-Feb 1924 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Lillian Brennard (as "Mrs. Hanbury"), Katharine Cornell (as "Shirley Pride"), Augusta Haviland (as "Harness"), Tom Nesbitt (as "Martin Farren"), Thomas Wigney Percyval (as "Dr. Rodson"), Helen Robbins (as "Muriel Hanbury"), Reginald Sheffield (as "Chussie Hare"), Ivan F. Simpson (as "Bennett Lomax"), Orlando Smith (as "A Porter"), Zeffie Tilbury (as "Mrs. Farren").
  • (1927) Stage: Wrotel "Granite", performed on Broadway. Drama. Directed by Richard Boleslawski [credited as Richard Boleslavsky]. American Laboratory: 11 Feb 1927-Apr 1927 (closing date unknown/70 performances). Cast: Roland Coombs (as "A Clergyman"), Herbert V. Gellendre (as "Jordan Morris"), Robert H. Gordon (as "The Nameless Man"), George Macready (as "Prosper"), Blanch Tancock (as "Judith"), Frances Wilson (as "Penny Holt"). Produced by The American Laboratory Theatre Company. NOTE: Filmed as Granite (1958).
  • (1927) Stage: Wrote "Mariners", produced on Broadway. Drama. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Plymouth Theatre: 28 Mar 1927-Apr 1927 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Madeline Barr, Beulah Bondi (as "Miss Pym"), Gilbert Douglas (as "Sir James Fowler"), George Fitzgerald (as "George Shepperley"), Ethel Griffies (as "Mrs. Bewley"), Evelyn Walsh Hall (as "Lady Sara Shepperley"), Emily Hammond (as "Violet Bewley"), Mary Kennedy (as "Joan Shepperley"), Geraldine Koerpel (as "Flo Sanders"), Pauline Lord, Thomas Wigney Percyval (as "Dr. Ludlow Bell"), Hugh Sinclair (as "Gerry Despard"), Arthur Wontner (as "Rev. Benjamin Cobb"), Haidee Wright (as "Miss Ann Shepperley"). Produced by The Actors Theatre.
  • (1934) Stage: Wrote book for / lyrics for / directed "Come of Age", produced on Broadway. Drama/fantasy. Music by Richard Addinsell. Musical Director: Macklin Morrow. Pianists: Morton Gould [earliest Broadway credit] and Bert Shefter. Scenic Design by James Reynolds). Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 12 Jan 1934-10 Feb 1934 (35 performances). Cast: Judith Anderson (as "Woman"), John W. Austin (as "Man"), Jeremy Bowman (as "Friend of the Woman"), Judd Carrel (as "Friend of the Woman"), Wheeler Dryden (as "Friend of the Woman"), Mabel Gore (as "Friend of the Woman"), Stephen Haggard (as "Boy"), Edna James (as "Friend of the Woman"), Dorothy Johnson (as "Friend of the Woman" / "Singer for the Woman"), Frederick Lewis (as "Shadow of Death"; final Broadway role), Clara Palmer (as "Friend of the Woman"), Muriel Rahn (as "An Entertainer"), Malcolm Soltan (as "Friend of the Woman"), Ralph Stuart (as "Friend of the Woman" / "Singer for the Boy"), Alice Swanson (as "Friend of the Woman"), Katherine Tracy (as "Friend of the Woman"), Virginia Volland (as "Friend of the Woman"), Harold Webster (as "Friend of the Woman"), Helen Wills (as "Friend of the Woman"). Produced by Delos Chappell.
  • (1934) Stage: Adapted book for "L'Aiglon", produced on Broadway. Drama/tragedy (revival). Written by Edmond Rostand. Directed by Eva Le Gallienne (also in cast as "L'Aiglon" / "Franz, Duke of Reichstadt, Napoleon's son"). Broadhurst Theatre: 3 Nov 1934-Dec 1934 (closing date unknown/58 performances). Cast: Ethel Barrymore (as "Marie-Louise, Duchess of Parma"), Walter Beck (as "Count Sedlinsky, Chief of Police"), Stiano Broggiotti (as "Count Bombelles, in attendance on Marie-Louise"; Broadway debut), John H. Brewer (as "Gentz, a spy"), Hugh Buckler (as "Flambeau, a Grenadier"), Donald Cameron (as "A French Attache"), Bennett Challis (as "A Man" / "Marmont, a French Field Marshal"), Margaret Cloninger (as "A Lady-in-Waiting" / "Third Lilac Domino"), Barbara Cochrane (as "Ensemble"), Ethel Colt (as "Fanny Elssler, a dancer"), Samuel Colt (as "A Young Countryman" / "Fifth Conspirator"), Sayre Crawley (as "Franz, Emperor of Austria"), Martha Crego (as "Fourth Lilac Domino"), Marion Evenson (as "Countess Camerata, Napoleon's niece"), Betty Fouche (as "Ensemble"), Eugene Francis (as "Acolyte"), Helena Glenn (as "Second Lady" / "A Shepherdess"), Richard Heath (as "Ensemble"), Lionel Hogarth (as "Count Dietrichstein, the Duke's tutor" / "Second Conspirator" / "A Prelate"), Lawrence Hutt (as "Fourth Conspirator"), Dorothy Johnson (as "Singer"), Jane Kim (as "Ensemble"), Joseph A. Kramm (as "Foresti" / "a Captain" / "First Conspirator"), Paul Leyssac (as "Metternich, Chancellor of Austria"), Benedict MacQuarrie (as "Gen. Hartmann, in attendance on the Duke"), Ysobel Martin (as "A Maid" / "Sixth Lilac Domino"), Edward McHugh (as "An Usher"), Georgie Drew Mendum (as "An Old Woman" / "A Princess"), Gabrielle Morgan (as "Ensemble"), Sam Pearce (as "A Harlequin" / "A Doctor"), Martin Pollock (as "A Tailor" / "Third Conspirator"), Stella Reynolds (as "First Lady" / "Fifth Lilac Domino"), Leona Roberts (as "The Archduchess, Marie-Louise's sister-in-law"), Douglas Rowland (as "First Servant"), John Salzman (as "First Swiss Guard"), Larry Schwimmer (as "Second Swiss Guard"), Charles Sedgwick (as "Third Servant" / "A Jester" / "Acolyte"), Alice Swanson (as "Singer"), Theodore Tenley (as "An Old Peasant" / "A Fop"), David Turk (as "A Farmer"), Helen Walpole (as "Therese de Lorget"), William Walsh (as "Second Servant"), Mary Ward (as "A Woman" / "Second Lilac Domino"), Richard Waring (as "Tiburce de Lorget, an exile in the Austrian pay"), Nelson Welch (as "Baron D'Obenaus, the Duke's history tutor" / "A Folly" / "Sixth Conspirator"), William Whitehead (as "Prokesch, the Duke's personal friend"), Ruth Wilton (as "Third Lady" / "Fifth Lilac Domino" / "Singer"). Produced by Archibald Selwyn and Harold B. Franklin.
  • (1936) Stage: Wrote "Granite", produced on Broadway (final Broadway credit). Drama (revival). Scenic Design by Clark Robinson. Directed / produced by Charles Hammerslough. Vanderbilt Theatre: 13 Jan 1936-Jan 1936 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Robert H. Gordon (as "The Nameless Man"), Len D. Hollister, Byron McGrath, Mary Morris, Jack Soanes, Phyllis Welch.
  • (1959) Stage: Wrote "Eighty in the Shade," performed at the Globe Theatre in London, England, with Sybil Thorndike, Robert Flemyng, Valerie Taylor and Lewis Casson in the cast.
  • (1929) Biography: "Tradition and Hugh Walpole".
  • (1917) Novel: "Regiment of Women"
  • (1918) Novel: "First the Blade"
  • (1926) Playwright: "Mariners".
  • (1933) Playwright: "Wild Decembers".
  • (1934) Playwright: "Moonlight Is Silver".
  • (1931) Novel: "Broome Stages" (filmed as Broome Stages (1966)).
  • (1919) Novel: "Legend"
  • (1924) Novel: "Wandering Stars"
  • (1928) Novel: "The Babyons"
  • (1928) Novel (w/H. Simpson): "Enter Sir John"
  • (1928) Novel (w/H. Simpson): "Gooseberry Fool" (aka "Printer's Devil")
  • (1930) Novel (w/H. Simpson): "Author Unknown"
  • (1939) Novel: "The Arrogant History of White Ben".
  • (1932) Novel: "Recapture: A Clemence Dane Omnibus"
  • (1935) Short-story collection: "Fate Cries Out"
  • (1938) Novel: "The Moon Is Feminine"
  • (1923) Playwright: "Naboth's Vineyard".
  • (1935) Playwright: "Shivering Shocks".
  • (1938) Playwright: "Herod and Marianne".
  • (1940) Playwright: "Cousin Muriel".
  • (1927) Book: "The Woman's Side".
  • (1932) Novel: "Re-Enter Sir John".

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