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  • (1916 - 1927) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1916) Stage Play: The Great Pursuit. Written by C. Haddon Chambers. Shubert Theatre: 22 Mar 1916- Apr 1916 (closing date unknown/29 performances). Cast: Cynthia Brooke, W. Graham Browne, Charles Cherry, Jeanne Eagels [Broadway debut], Dorothea Frisby, Gordon Gunniss, W.S. Helder, Alexandra Herbert, Arthur Holbrook, Nicholas Joy, Edith King, Montagu Love, Bruce McRae, Phyllis Neilson-Terry, Eric Nelson, Marie Tempest. Produced by Joseph Brooks.
  • (1917) Stage Play: The Professor's Love Story (Revival). Written by J.M. Barrie. Knickerbocker Theatre: 26 Feb 1917- Apr 1917 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: George Arliss (as "Professor Goodwillie"), Florence Arliss [credited as Mrs. George Arliss] (as "Miss Agnes Goodwillie"), Ethel Dane (as "The Dowager Lady Gilding"), Reginald Denny (as "Henders"), Jeanne Eagels (as "Lucy White"), Arthur Eldred (as "Dr. Yellowlees"), Violet Kemble-Cooper (as "Lady Gilding"), Edgar Kent (as "Sir George Gilding"), Malcolm Morley (as "Pete"), Molly Pearson (as "Effie Prostor"),Grant Stewart (as "Dr. Cosens"). Produced by George C. Tyler and Klaw & Erlanger.
  • (1917) Stage Play: Disraeli (Revival). Written by Louis N. Parker. Knickerbocker Theatre: 9 Apr 1917- May 1917 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: George Arliss, Florence Arliss [credited as Mrs. George Arliss], Langdon Bruce, Lilla Campbell, Margaret Dale, Dudley Digges, Jeanne Eagels, Arthur Eldred, Helen Erskine, David Glassford, Walter Grey, Edgar Kent, Malcolm Morley, Fred Nichols, Leila Repton, Noel Tearle, C.M. Van Clief. Produced by George C. Tyler and Klaw & Erlanger. Note: Filmed by Warner Bros. as Disraeli (1929) as a George Arliss vehicle.
  • (1917) Stage Play: Hamilton. Historical drama. Written by Mary Hamlin [only Broadway credit] and George Arliss. Knickerbocker Theatre: 17 Sep 1917- Nov 1917 (closing date unknown/80 performances). Cast: Carl Anthony (as "Thomas Jefferson"), George Arliss (as "Alexander Hamilton"), Florence Arliss [credited as Mrs. George Arliss] (as "Betsy Hamilton") [final Broadway role], Marion Barney (as "Angelica Church"), James O. Barrow (as "Zekial"), Wilson Day (as "Chief Justice John Jay"), Jeanne Eagels (as "Mrs. Reynolds"), Guy Favières (as "Count Talleyrand"), Marion Green (as "Robert Morris"), Hardee Kirkland (as "James Monroe"), Harry Maitland (as "Colonel Lear"), John D. Ravold (as "William B. Giles"), Gillian Scaife (as "Mrs. Zachery Whalen"), Pell Trenton (as "James Reynolds") [only Broadway role], C.M. Van Clief (as "Citizen"), George Woodward (as "Gen. Philip Schuyler"). Produced by George C. Tyler and Klaw & Erlanger. Note: Filmed by Warner Bros. as Alexander Hamilton (1931).
  • (1918) Stage Play: Daddies. Written by John L. Hobble. Belasco Theatre (moved to The Lyceum Theatre from 4 Nov 1918- close): 5 Sep 1918- Jun 1919 (closing date unknown/340 performances). Cast: George Abbott (as "Henry Allen"), Mrs. Armand (as "Katie"), Aida Armand (as "Alice"), John W. Cope (as "James Crocket") [final Broadway role], Edwards Davis (as "Nicholson Walters"), Jeanne Eagels (as "Ruth Atkins"), Winifred Fraser (as "Mrs. Audrey"), George Giddens (as "Parker"), Edith King (as "Bobette"), Bruce McRae (as "Robert Audrey"), Paulette Noizeux (as "Madam Levigne"), Mrs. Quinn (as "Nurse"), The Quinns (as "Francois & Co."), Lorna Volare (as "Lorry"), S.K. Walker (as "William Rivers"). Produced by David Belasco.
  • (1921) Stage Play: In the Night Watch. Melodrama. Written by Michael Morton. Based on "La Veille d'Armes" by 'Claude Farrere' and Lucien Nepoty. Directed by Frederick Stanhope. Century Theatre: 29 Jan 1921- May 1921 (closing date unknown/113 performances). Cast: Macklyn Arbuckle (as "Commander Mowbray"), Margaret Dale (as "Alice Perlet"), Harold De Becker (as "Surgeon Ribot"), Jeanne Eagels (as "Eugenie de Corlaix"), Max Figman (as "Le Duc"), Paget Hunter (as " Lieutenant-Commander Dulec"), B. Huntingdon (as "Dagorne"), Kenneth Lawton (as "Clerk of the Court"), Edmund Lowe (as "Lieutenant d'Artelle"), J. Morrison (as "Rear Admiral de Loubat"), Jefferson Murray (as "Rear Admiral de Loubat"), Knox Orde (as "Commander Fargasson"), Cyril Scott (as "Lieutenant Brambourg"), Robert Thorne (as "Chief Engineer Birodat"), Walter Walker (as "Rear Admiral de Lutzen"), Robert Warwick (as "Captain de Corlaix"), John Webster (as "Captain de l'Estissac"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1922) Stage Play: Rain. Drama. Written by John Colton and Clemence Randolph. Based on "Miss Sadie Thompson" by W. Somerset Maugham. Scenic Design by Livingston Platt. Directed by John D. Williams. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 7 Nov 1922- Jun 1923 (closing date unknown/256 performances). Cast: Jeanne Eagels (as "Sadie Thompson"), Catherine Brooke (as "Mrs. Davidson"), Oka Bunda (as "Native Policeman"), Robert Elliott (as "Sergeant O'Hara, U.S.M.C."), Harold Healy (as "Corporal Hodgeson, U.S.M.C"), Rapley Holmes (as "Joe Horn, Trader of Pago Pago"), Robert Kelly (as "Rev. Alfred Davidson"), Kathryne Kennedy (as "Native Girl"), Shirley King (as "Mrs. McPhail"), Jack McKee (as "Private Griggs, U.S.M.C."), Howa Owa (as "Native"), Liano Paulo (as "Native"), Harry Quealy (as "Quartermaster Bates, of The Orduna"), Kent Thurber (as "Private Griggs, U.S.M.C."), John Waller (as "Dr. McPhail"), Bhana Whithawk (as "Native Policeman"), Emma Willcox (as "Ameena, wife of Joe Horn"). Produced by Sam Harris. Note: Filmed by Feature Production [distributed by United Artists] as Rain (1932).
  • (1924) Stage Play: Rain. Drama (revival). Written by John Colton and Clemence Randolph. Based on "Miss Sadie Thompson" by W. Somerset Maugham. Scenic Design by Livingston Platt. Directed by John D. Williams. Gaiety Theatre (moved to The New Park Theatre from 15 Dec 1924- close): 1 Sep 1924- Mar 1926 (closing date unknown/648 performances). Cast: Jeanne Eagels (as "Sadie Thompson"), Catherine Brooke (as "Mrs. Davidson"), Oka Bunda (as "Native Policeman"), Robert Elliott (as "Sergeant O'Hara, U.S.M.C."), Harold Healy (as "Corporal Hodgeson, U.S.M.C"), Rapley Holmes (as "Joe Horn, Trader of Pago Pago"), Robert Kelly (as "Rev. Alfred Davidson"), Kathryne Kennedy (as "Native Girl"), Shirley King (as "Mrs. McPhail"), Jack McKee (as "Private Griggs, U.S.M.C."), Howa Owa (as "Native"), Liano Paulo (as "Native"), John Rogers (as "Quartermaster Bates, of The Orduna"), Emma Willcox (as "Ameena, wife of Joe Horn"), Fritz Williams (as "Dr. McPhail"). Replacement cast during Gaiety Thtre run: William David (as "Dr. McPhail"), K.A. Fernando (as "Native"), Blanche Friderici (as "Mrs. Davidson", Paul James (as "Corporal Hodgeson, U.S.M.C."), Howa Owa (as "Native Policeman"), Wilma Thompson (as "Native Girl". Produced by Sam Harris. Notes: (1) One of the rare cases at the time when in which the revival far outran the original production. (2) Filmed by Feature Production [distributed by United Artists] as Rain (1932).
  • (1927) Stage Play: Her Cardboard Lover. Written by Jacques Deval. Book adapted by Valerie Wyngate and P.G. Wodehouse. Directed by Gilbert Miller. Empire Theatre 21 Mar 1927- Aug 1927 (closing date unknown152 performances). Cast: Jeanne Eagels (as "Simone") [final Broadway role], Charles Esdale (as A Croupier"), Leslie Howard (as "Andre Sallicel"), Arthur Lewis (as "Charly"), Stanley Logan (as "Tony Lagorce"), Terence Neill (as "Paul Guisard"), Ernest Stallard (as "Monsieur Bonnavant"), Henry Vincent (as "Cloak Room Attendant"), Valerie Wyngate (as "Albine"). Produced by Gilbert Miller and A.H. Woods.
  • (January 23, 1928) She acted in the play, "Her Cardboard Lover," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.

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