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(1896- 1923). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1896). Stage Play: Marriage. Comedy. Written by Brandon Thomas and Henry Keeling. Empire Theatre: 17 Feb 1896- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Viola Allen, Elsie DeWolfe, Robert Edeson [Broadway debut], William Faversham, Joseph Humphries.

(1897). Stage Play: The Little Minister. Drama. Written by J.M. Barrie. Empire Theatre (moved to The Garrick Theatre from Nov 1897- circa Jun 1897, then returned to The Empire Theatre from Jun 1898- close): 27 Sep 1897- Jun 1898 (closing date unknown/300 performances). Cast: Maude Adams (as "Lady Babbie"), R. Peyton Carter, Robert Edeson, Margaret Gordon, Wallace Jackson, Eugene Jepson, Thomas C. Valentine. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1900). Stage Play: The Greatest Thing in the World.

(1900). Stage Play: The Greatest Thing in the World/The Moment of Death.

(1900). Stage Play: Mistress Nell.

(1901). Stage Play: The Climbers. Drama.

(1902). Stage Play: Soldiers of Fortune. Drama. Written by Augustus E. Thomas, from a story by Richard Harding Davis. Savoy Theatre: 17 Mar 1902- 31 May 1902 (closing date unknown/88 performances). Cast: Charles Abbott, Edwin Brandt, Marie Derickson, Dorothy Donnelly (as "Madame Alvarez"), Edward Dresser (as "Weimer"), Wallace Eddinger (as "Ensign Macauley"), Robert Edeson (as "Robert Clay"), Ira Hards (as "Captain Burke"), Macy Harlam, Harry Harwood, Thomas W. Lawrence, Gretchen Lyons, E.W. Morrison, Byron Ongley (as "General Rojas/Fileo"), Charles Ongley (as "Sandro/First Soldier"), Guy Bates Post (as "Captain Stuart"), Gabriel Ravenelle, Thomas W. Ross, E.V. Whitty. Produced by Henry B. Harris.

(1902). Stage Play: Soldiers of Fortune. Drama [return engagement]. Written by Augustus E. Thomas, from a story by Richard Harding Davis. Scenic Design by Joseph A. Physioc. Savoy Theatre: 30 Aug 1902- Oct 1902 (closing date unknown/41 performances). Produced by Henry B. Harris.

(1904). Stage Play: Ranson's Folly. Comedy. Written by Richard Harding Davis. Hudson Theatre: 18 Jan 1904- Mar 1904 (closing date unknown/61 performances). Cast: Robert Edeson, Sidney Ainsworth, Patty Allison, J.W. Benson, John Bradley, Eleanor Carey, Frazer Coulter, Harrison Ford, Harry Harwood, Taylor Holmes, Florence Lester, Frank Mayne, T.J. McGrane, Sandol Milliken, Jane Rivers, Richard Sterling, Charles Sturgis, Dorothy Tennant, Grace Thorne. Produced by Henry B. Harris. Note: Filmed by Edison Mfg. Co. twice as Ranson's Folly (1910) [short, directed by Edwin S. Porter], Ranson's Folly (1915) [feature] and by Inspiration Pictures ]distributed by First national Pictures] as Ranson's Folly (1926).

(1905). Stage Play: Strongheart. Comedy/drama. Written by William C. de Mille. Scenic Design by Joseph A. Physioc. Directed by William Harris and Taylor Holmes. Hudson Theatre: 30 Jan 1905- 20 Feb 1905 (66 performances). Cast: Sidney Ainsworth, Francis Bonn, Clay Boyd, Edmund Breese (as "Black Eagle"), Louise Compton, Herbert Corthell, Robert Edeson (as "Soangataha/Strongheart"), Harrison Ford, Macy Harlam, Taylor Holmes, Henry Kolker, Jeanne Madeira, Jane Rivers, Lawrence Sheehan, B.F. Small, Madison Smith, Richard Sterling, Charles Sturgis, F.A. Turner, Percita West, Marjorie Wood. Produced by Henry B. Harris.

(1907). Stage Play: Classmates. Farce. Written by William C. de Mille and Margaret Turnbull. Directed by George W. Barnum. Hudson Theatre: 29 Aug 1907- Nov 1907 (closing date unknown/102 performances). Cast: Sidney Ainsworth, George W. Barnum, Flora Juliet Bowley (as "Sylvia Randolph"), Helen Dahl, E.M. Dresser, Wallace Eddinger (as "Bert Stafford"), Robert Edeson, Duncan Irving, Maud Granger, J.H. Hall, Macy Harlam, Frank McIntyre (as "Bubby Dumble"), Millicent McLaughlin, Ernest Wilkes, Marjorie Wood. Produced by Henry B. Harris.

(1908). Stage Play: The Call of the North. Written by George Broadhurst. Directed by Robert Edeson. Hudson Theatre: 24 Aug 1908- Sep 1908 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Francis Byrne, Robert Peyton Carter, M.W. Chambers, Burke Clarke, Helen Dahl, Laurence Eddinger [credited as Lawrence Eddinger], Robert Edeson, James B. Garfield, Macy Harlam, DeWitt Jennings, Thomas McGrath, Grant Mitchell, Olive Oliver, Beatrice Prentice, David Torrence, Marjorie Wood. Produced by Henry B. Harris. Note: Filmed by Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Company as The Call of the North (1914).

(1908). Stage Play: The Offenders. Written by Elmer Harris [credited as Elmer Blaney Harris] (earliest Broadway credit). Hudson Theatre: 23 Sep 1908- Oct 1908 (closing date unknown/22 performances). Cast: Charles Abbott, George W. Anspeak, Percival Aylmer, Morgan Coman, Catherine Countiss, Vincent De Pascale, Robert Edeson (as "Klif King"), John Flood (as "Mr. Street"), Katherine Grey (as "Helen Street"), Diana Huneker, Ann Meredith, Beatrice Prentice, James Rawley, William Ricciardi, James Seeley, T. Tamamoto. Produced by Henry B. Harris.

(1909). Stage Play: The Noble Spaniard.

(1909). Stage Play: The Outpost.

(1911). Stage Play: The Cave Man.

(1913). Stage Play: Fine Feathers. Written and directed by Eugene Walter. Astor Theatre: 7 Jan 1913- Mar 1913 (closing date unknown/79 performances). Cast: Wilton Lackaye, Lolita Robertson, Rose Coghlan, Max Figman, Helen Hilton, Amelia Sumers. Produced by Harry Frazee.

(1915). Stage Play: Sinners. Written by Owen Davis. Playhouse Theatre: 7 Jan 1915- Jul 1915 (closing date unknown/220 performances). Cast: Alice Brady, John Cromwell, Gertrude Dallas, Emma Dunn, Robert Edeson, Frances McLeod, Florence Nash, Charles Richman, John Stokes, Walter Walker. Produced by William A. Brady.

(1915). Stage Play: Husband and Wife

(1917). Stage Play: The Knife.

(1918). Stage Play: Love's Lightning. Written by Ada Patterson and Robert Edeson. Lexington Theatre: 25 Mar 1918- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Grace Carlyle, George M. Clark, June Congreve, Norman Hackett, Irving Lancaster, Alpheus Lincoln, Arthur Little, J.R. Mason, Josephine Randall, William Seymour, Theodore Westman, Josephine Williams, Thomas Yagin. Produced by The Masks Inc.

(1918). Stage Play: The Riddle: Woman.

(1918). Stage Play: The Long Dash.

(1919). Stage Play: A Good Bad Woman.

(1920). Stage Play: Mamma's Affair. Comedy.

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