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  • Burlesque (1927). Comedy.
  • Pleasure Bound (1929). Musical revue.
  • Ziegfeld Follies of 1934 (1934).
  • Earl Carroll's Vanities (1940). Musical revue. Music by Charles Rosoff. Lyrics by Dorcas Cochran. Conceived by Earl Carroll. Additional music by Peter De Rose, Nacio Herb Brown, Jararaca Paiva and Vicente Paiva. Additional lyrics by Mitchell Parish. Musical Director: Lionel Newman. Featuring songs with lyrics by Al Stillman. Dances by Eddie Prinz. Directed by Earl Carroll. St. James Theatre: 13 Jan 1940- 3 Feb 1940 (25 performances). Cast: Ann Adams, Herbert Adams, Janet Atwater, Kathleen Barclay, Joy Barlow, Muriel Barr, Dorothy Barrett, Harriet Bennett, Mary Lou Bennett, Anne Callahan, Jean Carroll, Cass-Owen, Carolyn Crumley, Florence Cubitt, Mary Daniels, Yolande Donlan, Madeline Elliott, Jeanne Francis, Lillian Girard, Lorraine Gresh, Katherine Grey, Rose Heitner, Susanne Jeanne, Bonnie Kildare, Michael Lamberti, Norman Lawrence, Patricia Lee, Roberta Lee, Jerry Lester, Clarence Loe, Dolores Loesch, Ann Lynne, Virginia Maples, Don Milheim, Susan Miller, Lela Moore, Mildred Morris, Diana Mumby, Mira Nirska, Walter Norris, Gwynne Norys, Lola Patten, Kay Pines, Bebe Porter, Rosemary Randall, Dorothe Small, Lanita Smith, Puddy Smith, Marna Stansell, Marylyn Stewart, Gary Stone, Betty Stuart, The Four Hot Shots, The Three Nonchalants, Topsy, Beryl Wallace, Barbara Walters, Meriam Weller, Dale Wells, Dale Wentworth, Babe Westerlund, Louise Wohl, Johnny Woods, Ygor and Tanya. Produced by Earl Carroll.
  • It Happens on Ice (1940). Special. Music by Vernon Duke, Fred E. Ahlert and Peter De Rose. Lyrics by Al Stillman and Mitchell Parish. Musical Director: Erno Rapee. Choreographed by Catherine Littlefield. Assistant Choreographer: Robert Linden. Scenic Design by Norman Bel Geddes. Costume Design by Norman Bel Geddes. Lighting Design by Norman Bel Geddes. Conducted by David Mendoza. Directed by Leon Leonidoff. Center Theatre: 10 Oct 1940- 15 Jun 1941 (276 performances/on hiatus from 8 Mar 1941- 4 Apr 1941). Cast: Dorothy Allan, John Anderson, Donald Arthur, Betty Atkinson, Rawdon Barnes, Shirley Barney, Skippy Baxter (credited as Lloyd Baxter), Meryl Baxter, Gene Berg, Jeanne Berman, Howard Bissell, Edwina Blades, Eileen Brokaw, Audrey Butler, Gweneth Butler, Dorothy Caley, Hazel Caley, Angela Carson, Paul Castle, Charles Cavanaugh, Dorothy Chandler, Lynn Clare, Louise Clark, Lyle Clark, Joe Cook, Kay Corcoran, Jo Ann Dean, Bill Dewey, George Dewey, Fritz Dietl, John Dunaway, Marion Eddy, Joan Edwards, Scott Edwards, Arthur Erickson, Peggy Fahy, June Forrest, The Four Bruises, Gladys Gooding, Buster Grace, Ian Grey, Hertha Grossman, Charles Hain, William Hanston, Janet Hester, Theckla Horn, Pearl Joseph, May Judels, Jack Kilty, Felix Knight, Leon Kosofsky, Reszka Law, Le Verne, Tommy Lee, Bernice Loughborough, Tex Mangrum, Fred Marshall, Andy McBann, Albert McNulty, Margot Miller, Dr. A. Douglas Nelles, Arthur Nelles, Ruth Noland, Patsy O'Day, Lillian Oldham, Jack Reese, Rudy Richards, Ronnie Roberts, Florence Rohr, Neil Rose, Edmund Rudink, Trudy Schneider, Charles Senna, Clarence Senna, General Senna, Stan Skidmore, Charlie Slagle, Sidney Spaulding, Hedi Stenuf, Geoffe Stevens, Charles Storey, Montey Stott, Ethel Stout, Cliff Thael, Rona Thael, The Buccaneers, The Ice Age Quartet, Eileen Thompson, Helen Thompson, Freddie Trenkler, Georg Von Birgelen, Charlotte Weitzel, Kenny Williams, Gene Winchester, Mancy Mae Woodbury, James Wright, Mary Jane Yeo. Produced by Sonja Henie, Arthur M. Wirtz and Sonart Productions, Inc. (William H. Burke, Production Director. Arthur M. Wirtz, Executive Director).
  • It Happens on Ice (1941). Special.
  • At Home With Ethel Waters (1953). Special. Music for "I Ain't Gonna Sin No More" by Con Conrad and Herb Magidson. Lyrics for "I Ain't Gonna Sin No More" by Con Conrad and Herb Magidson. Music for "Sleepy Time Down South" by Clarence Muse, Leon René and Otis René. Lyrics for "Sleepy Time Down South" by Clarence Muse, Leon René and Otis René. Music for "Throw Dirt" by Shelton Brooks. Lyrics for "Throw Dirt" by Shelton Brooks. Music for "Am I Blue" and "Dinah" by Harry Akst. Lyrics for "Am I Blue" by Grant Clarke. Music for "Half of Me" by Peter De Rose and Sam M. Lewis. Lyrics for "Half of Me" by Peter De Rose. Lyrics for "Half of Me" and "Dinah" by Sam M. Lewis. Music for "Washtub Rubstudy," "Dance Hall Hostess" and "Somethin' Told Me..." by Alberta Nichols. Lyrics for "Washtub Rubstudy," "Dance Hall Hostess" and "Somethin' Told Me..." by Mann Holiner. Music for "Bread and Gravy" by Hoagy Carmichael. Music for "Love For Sale" by Cole Porter. Lyrics for "Dinah" by Joe Young. Music for "Go Back Where You Stayed Last Night" by Ethel Waters and Sidney Easton. Lyrics for "Go Back Where You Stayed Last Night" by Ethel Waters and Sidney Easton. Music for "My Man" by Maurice Yvain. French Lyrics for "My Man" by Albert Willemetz and Jacques Charles. English Lyrics for "My Man" by Channing Pollock. Music for "St. Louis Blues" by W.C. Handy. Lyrics for "St. Louis Blues" by W.C. Handy. Music for "Suppertime" by Irving Berlin; Lyrics for "Suppertime" by Irving Berlin. Music for "Takin' a Chance on Love" and "Cabin in the Sky" by Vernon Duke. Lyrics for "Takin' a Chance on Love" and "Cabin in the Sky" by John La Touche. Lyrics for "Takin' a Chance on Love" by Ted Fetter. Music for "Happiness is Jes' a Thing Called Joe" and "Stormy Weather" by Harold Arlen. Lyrics for "Happiness is Jes' a Thing Called Joe" by E.Y. Harburg. Music for "Lady Be Good" by George Gershwin. Lyrics for "Lady Be Good" by Ira Gershwin. Lyrics for "Stormy Weather" by Ted Koehler. Directed by Richard Barr. 48th Street Theatre: 22 Sep 1953- 10 Oct 1953 (23 performances). Cast: Ethel Waters, Reginald Beane (on piano). Produced by Richard Barr and Charles Bowden.
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