Active on Broadway
in the following productions:
But Not Goodbye (1944).
(1934). Stage Play: Ode to Liberty. Comedy. Written and directed by Sidney Howard
, from a novel by Michel Duran
. Lyceum Theatre: 21 Dec 1934- Feb 1935 (closing date unknown/67 performances). Cast: Ina Claire
(as "Madeleine"), Hal K. Dawson
(as "Ducroux"), Allen Fagan, Colin Hunter, Stanley Jessup
(as "Inspector Roulet"), Nicholas Joy
(as "Barnaud"), Paul McGrath, Walter Slezak
, Katherine Stewart (as "Benoite"). Produced by Gilbert Miller
Ladies' Money (1934). Drama. Written by George Abbott. Previously written by Lawrence Hazard and Richard Flournoy. Directed by George Abbott
. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 1 Nov 1934- Dec 1934 (closing date unknown/36 performances). Cast: Joyce Arling
(as "Ruth Potter"), Eleanor Audley
(as "Clare Touhey"), Beatrice Behr, Margaret Callahan, Jerome Cowan
(as "Nelson Blummer"), Boyd Crawford, Hal K. Dawson
(as "Fruity"), Len Doyle
(as "Platt Touhey"), Gordon Hamilton, James P. Houston, Frank Jaquet, Garson Kanin
(as "Red"), Eric Linden, Helen Lynd, Gertrude Mudge
(as "Drunken Woman"), Margaret Mullen, Jack Rigo, Lora Rogers, Robert R. Sloane, J. Ascher Smith (as "2nd Detective"), Nick Wiger. Produced by Courtney Burr.
Dodsworth (1934). Drama.
Another Language (1933). Comedy (revival). Written by Rose Franken Directed by Arthur J. Beckhard
. Waldorf Theatre: 8 May 1933- Jul 1933 (closing date unknnown/89 performances). Cast: Maud Allan, Glenn Anders
(as "Victor Hallam"), John Beal, Wyrley Birch
(as "Mr. Hallam"), Patricia Collinge
(as "Stella Hallam"), Esther Dale
(as "Helen Hallam"), Hal K. Dawson
(as "Walter Hallam"), Herbert Duffy, Genevieve Frizzel, William Pike, Margaret Wycherly
(as "Mrs. Hallam"). Produced by Arthur J. Beckhard.
Another Language (1932). Comedy. Written by Rose Franken. Directed by Arthur J. Beckhard
. Booth Theatre: 25 Apr 1932- Feb 1933 (closing date unknown/344 performances). Cast: Maud Allen, Frieda Altman
, Glenn Anders
, John Beal, Wyrley Birch
, Irene Cattell, Hal K. Dawson
(as "Walter Hallam"), Herbert Duffy, Margaret Hamilton
(as "Helen Hallam"), William Pike, Dorothy Stickney
(as "Stella Hallam"), Margaret Wycherly
(as "Mrs. Hallam"). Produced by Arthur J. Beckard.
Three Times the Hour (1931). Melodrama. Written by Valentine Davies
. Directed by Brock Pemberton
and Antoinette Perry
. Avon Theatre: 25 Aug 1931- Sep 1931 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Harry Blythe (as "Postal Messenger"), Jack Lionel Bohn
(as ("Henri") [final Broadway
role], Hamilton Brooks (as "Albert"), Linda Carlon (as "Sylvia Jordan"), Del Cleveland (as "Jack Reed"), Hal K. Dawson
(as "Dey"), Gertrude Flynn
(as "Hildah Lovering"), Aleta Freel (as "Linda Reed"), Harold Heaton (as "John"), Ben Lackland
(as "Robert Philips"), Sam Levene
(as "Cooper"), Francesca Braggiotti Lodge (as "Anna D'Asti"), Pierre Mario (as "Ramon Delgado"), Horace Pollock (as "Dr. Elliott"), Allen Ramsay (as "Roger Hurlburt"), Anne Reynolds (as "Joan Porter"), Vira Rial (as "Mrs. Roger Hurlburt"), Byron Russell
(as "Haskins"), James Shelburne (as "Tom Crane"), Francis Stewart (as "Colonel Beauchamp"), Robert Strange (as "Lawrence M. Blake"), Elvira Trabert (as "Jeanne"), Philip Van Tassel (as "Smith"), Katherine Warren (as "Mrs. Lawrence M. Blake"), Charles C. Wilson
(as "Angus McKee") [final Broadway
role], Jack Winne (as "Davis"). Produced by Brock Pemberton.
(1930). Stage Play: Torch Song. Written by Kenyon Nicholson
. Directed by Arthur Hopkins
. Plymouth Theatre: 27 Aug 1930- Nov 1930 (closing date unknown/87 performances). Cast: Frank Andrews, Reed Brown Jr.
(as "Howard Palmer"), June Clayworth, Hal K. Dawson
(as "Joe Kramer"), Russell Hicks
(as "Carl Loomis"), Pearl Hight, Aphie James, John Junior, Henriette Kaye, Guy Kibbee
(as "Cass Wheeler") [Broadway debut
], Mayo Methot
(as "Ivy Stevens") [final Broadway
role], Dennie Moore
(as "Edna Kinsey"), Larry Oliver, Paul Porter. Produced by Arthur Hopkins.
(1929). Stage Play: Half Gods. Drama. Written by Sidney Howard
. Directed by Arthur Hopkins
. Plymouth Theatre: 21 Dec 1929- Jan 1930 (closing date unknown/17 performances). Cast: Philip Beveridge (as "Second Policeman"), Thaddeus Clancy (as "Third Porter"), Donald Cook
(as "Stephen Ferrier"), Hal K. Dawson
(as "Second Detective/Second Porter"), Elizabeth Goodyear (as "Ada"), Laura Hamilton (as "Pauline"), Mayo Methot
(as "Hope Ferrier"), Paul Porter (as "Dennis"), Edward Reese (as "Dr. Mannering"), Walter Regan (as "Rush Bigelow"), Sig Ruman
(as "Dr. Wolheim"), Dorothy Sands (as "Helena Grey"), Arthur Shaw (as "First Detective/First Porter"), Walter Walker (as "Judge Sturgis"), Robert Bunce Williams (as "First Policeman"). Produced by Arthur Hopkins. Note: Filmed as Free Love
Bedfellows (1929). Comedy/farce.
Machinal (1928). Written by Sophie Treadwell
. Directed by Arthur Hopkins
. Plymouth Theatre: 7 Sep 1928- Nov 1928 (closing date unknown/91 performances). Cast: Jean Adair
(as "A Mother"), Nancy Allen, Grace Atwell, Leopold Badia, Monroe Childs, John Connery, Hal K. Dawson
(as "A Young Man"/"Third Reporter"), Otto Frederick, Clark Gable
, Millicent Green, John Hanley, Hugh M. Hite, Zita Johann
(as "A Young Woman"), Charles Kennedy, James MacDonald, Jess Sidney, George Stillwell, Clyde Stork, Conway Washburne, Tom Waters, Mrs. Charles Willard, Zenaide Ziegfeld. Produced by Arthur Hopkins.
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