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(1900- 1936). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1900). Stage Play: Hodge, Podge & Co. Musical comedy. Music by John W. Bratton and Harry Pleon. Adapted from the German by George V. Hobart. Lyrics by Walter Ford. Interpolated numbers by Dave Reed, Harry T. MacConnell, Gus Edwards [earliest Broadway credit], Herman Perlot and Robert B. Smith [earliest Broadway credit]. Musical Director: Herman Perlot. Additional lyrics by George V. Hobart, Harry Pleon and Paul Dresser. Additional music by Paul Dresser. Directed by R.A. Roberts. Hoyt's Theatre (moved to The Grand Opera House from 22 Apr 1901-close): 23 Oct 1900-Apr 1901 (closing date unknown/81 performances). Cast: Lea Amrose (as "Laurelina" / "Chorus"), Gertrude Arden (as "Chorus"), Frankie Bailey (as "Mabellina" / "Sheeza Dream"), George W. Barnum (as "Hiram Hodge"), Gussie Bertrand (as "Chorus"), Marguerite Binford (as "A Bugler"), May Blanchard (as "Rosalina"), William Broderick (as "Don Antonio d'Careera Cararra"), Mabel Cameron (as "Chorus"), Helen Cheston (as "Ainshee Grayt" / "Chorus"), Peter F. Dailey (as "Rudolf Roastemsum"), Mae Edwards (as "Gracellina"), Lottie Ettinger (as "Chorus"), Mamie Forbes (as "Marquita Tarantara" / "Guessah Genn"), Edward Garvie (as "L. Hyde"), Marion Harland (as "Chorus"), Lillian Harris (as "Chorus"), Kitty Harvey (as "Chorus"), Jennie Hawley (as "Carmenita Hodge"), Winnie Kramer (as "Lucylina"), Georgie Lawrence (as "Minnie Rausmittem"), Maude LeMonde (as "Chorus"), Sarah LeMonde (as "Chorus"), Amy Lesser (as "Evangeline Hodge"), Christie MacDonald (as "Priscilla Hodge"), Stephen Maley (as "Philip Podge"), Alice May (as "Chorus"), Corinne Mayo (as "Chorus"), Josie Nagle (as "Chorus"), Robert S. Pigott (as "Christopher Chinchilla"), Mary E. Post (as "Sarahlina"), Bessie Seymour (as "Chorus"), Lawrence Sheehan (as "A. Poze"), Maud Sloane (as "Chorus"), Martha Steyne (as "Claralina"), William Strong (as "Captain Kaufcatchem"), Muriel Ulmer (as "Chorus"), Frances Wilson (as "Estellina" / "Eulalia Lee"), Charles Winters (as "William Plantes"), Edward Wonn (as "Ledger d'Main"). Produced by Frank McKee.

(1901). Stage Play: The Strollers. Musical comedy. Music by Ludwig Englander. Book and Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Adapted from the German of L. Kremm and C. Lindau. Musical Director: Antonio DeNovellis. Additional lyrics by Raymond Browne, Fred Meyer, William Jerome, Will D. Cobb, Robert B. Smith and Jeff T. Branen. Additional music by Fred Meyer, Leo Friedman, Jean Schwartz, Gus Edwards, Harry T. MacConnell and Evans Lloyd. Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge and Ernest Albert. Costume Design by Caroline Seidle. Directed by A.M. Holbrook. Knickerbocker Theatre: 24 Jun 1901- 31 Aug 1901 (70 performances). Cast: Irene Bentley, Wilmer Bentley, James Darling, D.L. Don, Mazie Follette, Edwin Foy (as "Kamfer"), James A. Furey, Maud Furniss, Marie George, Harry Gilfoil, Benjamin Howard, Edna Hunter, Louise Lawton, Lizzie McCall, Lou Middleton, Bernice Norcross, Kathryn Pearl, Katie Seymour, Harry Stuart, Mona Sydney, Maud Thomas, Fred Urban, Francis Wilson, Bessie Wynn. Produced by George W. Lederer, Sam Nixon and J. Fred Zimmerman.

(1901). Stage Play: The Supper Club. Musical comedy. Music by A. Baldwin Sloane, Mae Anwerda Sloane, Rosamond Johnson, Robert Cole, Ben Jerome, William Penn, Will D. Cobb and Gus Edwards. Book by Sydney Rosenfeld. Lyrics by Sydney Rosenfeld, A. Baldwin Sloane, Mae Anwerda Sloane, Rosamond Johnson, Robert Cole, Ben Jerome, William Penn, Will D. Cobb and Gus Edwards. Musical Director: Genaro Saldierna. Directed by Lionel E. Laurence. New York Winter Garden Theatre: 23 Dec 1901- 25 Jan 1902 (40 performances). Cast: Adele Archer (as "Nettie, the Marquis' daughter/Chorus"), Eugenie Bashford (as "Mrs. Knightly"), Lilian Bond (as "Chorus"), Donald Brian (as "Castor Beane, Bess' lover") [Broadway debut], Richard Brown (as "Old Beane, father of Castor"), Florence Carlisle (as "Chorus"), Alexander Clarke (as "The Marquis de Castalenne"), Toby Claude (as "Nan, youngest daughter of Dingtuttle"), Virginia Earle (as "Mrs. Winifred Darling Smith, President of the Progressive Dames"), Nina Farrington (as "Mrs. Flighty"), Mazie Follette (as "Chorus"), John Ford (as "Tom, butler at the Supper Club"), Maude Francis (as "Chorus"), George Fuller Golden (as "Master of Ceremonies/Boss Thomas, a noted politician"), Effie Hamilton (as "Lettie, the Marquis' daughter/Chorus"), Al Hart (as "Ichabod Bender, a grafter"), Stuart Hyatt (as "John, the butler"), Stella Kenny (as "Chorus"), Leon Kohlman, Lionel E. Laurence (as "Bert Hopkins, a fashionable dentist"), Adah Lewis (as "Kate, Dingtuttle's oldest daughter, married to Hopkins"), Gertrude Lewis (as "Mrs. Springhtly"), Grace Maitland (as "Chorus"), Junie McCree (as "The Dummy"), Vera Morris (as "Mrs. Golightly"), Natalie Olcott (as "Chorus"), Eugene O'Rourke (as "Chief William, a noted politician"), Ethel Perry (as "Chorus"), John W. Ransone (as "Boss Richard, a noted politician"), Grace Rogers (as "Chorus"), Josie Sadler (as "Louise, the chambermaid"), Thomas Q. Seabrooke (as "Pop Dingtuttle, who has risen from the ranks"), The DeRigney Sisters (as "Singing Trio"), Jessie Thompson (as "Chorus"), Maude Williams (as "Bess, daughter of Dingtuttle"), Oriska Worden (as "Hettie, the Marquis' daughter/Chorus"), Bessie Wynn (as "Chorus"). Produced by The Sire Brothers.

(1903). Stage Play: The Wizard of Oz. Musical. Music by Paul Tietjens and A. Baldwin Sloane. Book by L. Frank Baum. Lyrics by L. Frank Baum. Based on the novel by L. Frank Baum. Musical Director: Charles Zimmerman. Featuring songs with lyrics by Glen MacDonough, Vincent Bryan, James O'Dea, Edgar Smith, Will D. Cobb, Henry Blossom, Louis Weslyn, John W. West and Maurice Steinberg. Featuring songs by Maurice Steinberg, Bob Adams, Gus Edwards, Bruno Schilinski, Charles Albert, Edward Hutchinson, Theodore M. Morse and George Spink. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Majestic Theatre: 20 Jan 1903- 3 Oct 1903 (293 performances). Cast: Edna Adams (as "Sophronia/Chorus"), Stubby Ainscoe (as "Chorus/Malvonia"), Georgia Baron (as "Antonia/Snow Queen/Captain of the Phantom Guards/Chorus"), Albertine Benson (as "Semponia/Chorus/Leontine Em"), Helen Blye (as "Chorus"), Grace Bond (as "Chorus"), Lucile Bryant (as "Chorus"), Marie Burnell (as "Chorus"), Helen Byron (as "Cynthia Cynch"), Irving Christerson (as "Chorus/Pericles"), Emma Clarke (as "Chorus"), Gilbert Clayton (as "Pastoria II"), Josephine Clayton (as "Chorus/Pansy Lil"), Marie Clayton (as "Chorus/Remnante Saute"), Albert Cleveland (as "Chorus"), Mabel De Vere (as "Peter Boq/Chorus/Gloriana Jane"), Lillian Devere (as "Premonia/Chorus/Vera Ellen"), Earl Dewey (as "Chorus/Silicus"), Etta Diamond (as "Chorus"), Rae Dixon (as "Chorus"), Ida Doerge (as "Tom Piper/The Poppy Queen/Alberto/Captain of the Royal Guards/Chorus"), May Du Frene (as "Chorus"), Erna Evans (as "Chorus"), Robert Fairchild (as "Leo"), George Fields (as "Chorus"), Anna Fitzhugh (as "Chorus/Jean deChar"), Marie Fitzhugh (as "Chorus"), Kathleen Flynn (as "Chorus"), Emily Fulton (as "Chorus"), Bobby Gaylor (as "Oz"), Genevra Gibson (as "Chorus/Bardo/Francois Giblets"), Ella Gilroy (as "Simon Powder/Chorus/Gladys Ann"), Lola Gordon (as "Pungue DeSert/Chorus"), Margie Griffith (as "Chorus"), Arthur Hill (as "The Cowardly Lion"), Charles Hoskins (as "Sophocles/Chorus"), Edith Hutchins (as "The Witch of the North"), Grace Igoe (as "Chorus"), Mary Jackson (as "Chorus"), Virginia Kendall (as "Chorus"), Grace Kimball (as "Tryxie Tryffle"), Anna Laughlin (as "Dorothy Gale"), Anna Leon (as "Chorus"), Stephen Maley (as "Sir Wiley Gyle"), George Mansfield (as "Chorus"), Elsie Mertens (as "Chorus/Aileen Nance"), David C. Montgomery (as "Mick Chopper"), Harry T. Morey (as "Brigadier General Riskitt"), Nellie Payne (as "Chorus"), Clara Pitt (as "Chorus"), Grace Pomeroy (as "Chorus"), Nancy Poole (as "Chorus"), Joseph Schrode (as "The Army of Pastoria/Alonzo"), Clara Selton (as "Chorus"), Leta Shaw (as "Chorus"), Edwin J. Stone (as "The Cow named Imogene"), Fred A. Stone (as "The Scarecrow"), William Van Brunt (as "Chorus/Diogenes"), Harry Wiegand (as "Chorus"), Fred Wyckoff (as "Chorus"), Bessie Wynn (as "Sir Dashemoff Daily"), George Young (as "Chorus"), Laura Young (as "Chorus"). Produced by Fred R. Hamlin.

(1903). Stage Play: Mr. Bluebeard. Musical. Music by Frederick Solomon. Additional music by C. Herbert Kerr. Book by Arthur Collins and J. Hickory Wood. Lyrics by J. Cheever Goodwin. Musical Director: Frederick Solomon. Adapted for America by John J. McNally. Additional numbers by William Jerome, Jean Schwartz, Al Bryan, Vincent Bryan, Gus Edwards, Rosamond Johnson, Theodore M. Morse, Bob Cole, Matt Woodward, Ben M. Jerome, Will D. Cobb, Harry von Tilzer and Dan McAvoy. Choreographed by Ernest D'Auban. Directed by Herbert Gresham and Ned Wayburn. Knickerbocker Theatre: 21 Jan 1903- 16 May 1903 (135 performances). Cast: Myrtle Artlington (as "Beca"), George A. Cameron (as "Dunfor"), Herbert Cawthorne (as "Irish Patsha"), Dane and Seymour (as "Specialty"), William Danforth (as "Mustapha"), Bessie De Voie (as "Korafai"), Rose Earle (as "Nadie"), Eddie Foy (as "Sister Anne"), Elizabeth Hauman (as "Pony Ballet"), Lonie Hauman (as "Pony Ballet"), Clara Havel (as "Mirza"), Chauncey Holland (as "Passai"), Helga Howard (as "Zara"), Elsa Huerting (as "Specialty"), Georgia Kelly (as "Stella"), Norma Kopp (as "Abdallah"), Beatrice Liddell (as "Pony Ballet"), Bonnie Maginn (as "Imer Dasher"), Eva Marlow (as "Pony Ballet"), Dorothy Marlowe (as "Pony Ballet"), Dan McAvoy (as "Mr. Blue Beard"), Seppie McNeil (as "Pony Ballet"), Harry Murdoc (as "Laidoff"), Thomas O'Brien (as "Hatrac"), Edith Palmer (as "Amina"), Flora Parker (as "Fatima"), Carolyn Poltz (as "Pony Ballet"), Premiere (as "Specialty"), Adele Rafter (as "Selim"), Sam Reed (as "Abaddin"), Ada Robertson (as "Pony Ballet"), Nellie Simmons (as "Zoli"), Abner Symmons (as "Badun"), May Taylor (as "Zaidee"), The Grigolatis Troupe of Aerialists (as "Specialty"), Fred Walsh (as "Knouse"), W.H. White (as "Hacnum"), Frank C. Young (as "Abumun"). Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.

(1903). Stage Play: Winsome Winnie. Musical comedy. Book by Ed Jacobowski. Lyrics by Ed Jacobowski and Frederic Ranken. Additional music by Gustav Kerker, Ed Jacobowski, Gus Edwards and Dick Temple. Additional lyrics by Harry Paulton, Gus Edwards and Dick Temple. Stage Director: Frank Smithson. Costume Design by Caroline Seidle. Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge. Conducted by Gustav Kerker. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Casino Theatre: 1 Dec 1903- 16 Jan 1904 (56 performances). Cast: Fred Bishop (as "Male Octette"), Dollie Bonner (as "Pepe"), May Bonner (as "Mourico"), W.C. Brockmeyer (as "Male Octette"), Carla Byron (as "Rose"), Jennie Calducci (as "Ayali"), Annie Cameron (as "Zora"), William P. Carleton (as "Desmond Poverish"), Cordelia L. Carron (as "Zametta"), Alice Coleman (as "Zumra"), Carlotta Coleman (as "Lira"), C. Comersford (as "Male Octette"), William S. Corliss (as "Demetrius"), W.B. Daly (as "Male Octette"), Louise De Rigney (as "Lady Frances"), A.A. Densmore (as "Male Octette"), Carlton Dudley (as "Murali"), Paula Edwardes (as "Winnie Walker"), Mazie Follette (as "Lady Eudora"), Edna Gatecher (as "Pansy"), Daisy Green (as "Henrietta"), Helen Hahn (as "Maru"), Isobel Hall (as "Marjorie Bell"), Stella Hammerstein (as "Lady Clare"), Olive Haskell (as "Alex"), H. Haynes (as "Male Octette"), M. Hood (as "Male Octette"), May Hopkins (as "Lady Gracia"), Jobyna Howland (as "Lady Arabella"), Laura Hyland (as "Lily"), Ita Kamph (as "Tutu"), Mildred Kearney (as "Honoria"), William Leonard (as "James"), Alice Mark (as "Alisett"), Bessie Merrill (as "Dudu"), Joseph C. Miron (as "Pericles"), L. Parmet (as "Male Octette"), William E. Philip (as "Captain Cotterill"), Clara Pitt (as "Lady Dorcas"), Helen Redmond (as "Aileen Poverish"), Cecilia Rhode (as "Lady Loona"), Ruth Russell (as "Mirza"), Edith Sanders (as "Sereza"), Julia Sanderson (as "Lady Mabel") [Broadway debut], Martha Seborn Jones (as "Salili"), Edna Sidney (as "Lady Maude"), Grace Spencer (as "Lady Angela"), James E. Sullivan (as "Dr. Krause"), Marcella Tasche (as "Marco"), Dick Temple (as "Lord Poverish"), Mildred Thornwall (as "Lady Vivian"), Marjorie Walton (as "Daisy"). Produced by Sam S. Shubert, Sam Nixon and J. Fred Zimmerman.

(1904). Stage Play: The Medal and the Maid. Musical comedy.

(1904). Stage Play: An English Daisy.

(1904). Stage Play: The Wizard of Oz. Musical (revival).

(1904). Stage Play: A Little Bit of Everything. Musical/vaudeville. Book by John J. McNally. From the Offenbach Review. Musical Director: Frederic Solomon. Featuring songs by Frederic Solomon, Robert Cole, Robert B. Smith, Rosamond Johnson, Gus Edwards, Vincent Bryan, George M. Cohan, Will A. Heelan, J. Fred Helf, Paul Dresser, Stephen Adams, James B. Mullen and Harding and Kennedy. Scenic Design by Richard Marston. Costume Design by F. Richard Anderson. Choreographed by Ned Wayburn. Directed by Herbert Gresham. Aerial Gardens (moved to The Broadway Theatre 5 Sep 1904- 17 Sep 1904): 6 Jun 1904- 17 Sep 1904 (120 performances). Cast: Frankie Bailey, Victor Bozardt, Frank Coomes, Peter F. Dailey, Isabel D'Armonde, Susie Fisher, Charles Hessong, Sabel Johnson, Carl Kahn, Harry Kelly, Charlotte Leslay, Leila McIntyre, Neil McNeil, Allan Ramsay, George Schiller, Elphye Snowden, Joseph Sparks, Fay Templeton (as "Mrs. Aurora Daye-Knight"). Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.

(1904). Stage Play: Mrs. Black Is Back. Farce.

(1905). Stage Play: Fantana. Musical comedy. Music by Raymond Hubbell. Book by Robert B. Smith and Sam S. Shubert (admitted that Smith actually did the writing). Lyrics by Robert B. Smith. Musical Director: Albert Krausse. Additional music by Gus Edwards. Additional lyrics by Vincent Bryan. Scenic Design by John H. Young, Frank Dodge [credited as D. Frank Dodge], Frank E. Gates and E.A. Morange. Costume Design by Caroline F. Siedle. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Lyric Theatre: 14 Jan 1905- 30 Sep 1905 (298 performances). Cast: Sybil Anderson, Katie Barry, Louise Barthel, George Beban, Marian Bontelle, Robert Broderick, Eleanor Browning, Jean Caluducci, Francis Cameron, Jack Carlyle, Helen Cheston, Nina Clemens, Catherine Cooper, Mabel Courtney, Amy Dale, Lynn D'Arcy, Henry Davis, Jefferson De Angelis, Carlotta Doty, Henry Dyer, Lotta Ettinger, Douglas Fairbanks (as "Fred Everett"), Frank Greene, Edward Hallaran, Katherine Hyland, Harvey A. Kelly, R.T. Kirkwood, Dorothy Knight, Philip Leigh (as "Hon. Kogora Hirataka"), Gertrude Mandell, Carol Oty, Aurora Piatt, George Picard, Olive Quimby, Adele Ritchie, Frank Rushworth, Roma Ryder, Julia Sanderson, Adelaide Sharp, Victoria Stuart, Neva West, Hubert Wilke, Grace E. Wilson, Charles Wright. Produced by Sam Shubert and Lee Shubert. Note: Production reportedly cost a then-record $60,000.

(1905). Stage Play: When We Were Forty-one. Musical/burlesque. Book by Robert B. Smith. Lyrics by Robert B. Smith. Music by Gus Edwards. Burlesque inspired by the farce "When We Were Twenty One" by H.V. Esmond. Orchestra under the direction of Robert Hood Bowers. Featuring songs by Gertrude Hoffman. Featuring songs with lyrics by Vincent Bryan. Musical numbers produced by Joseph C. Smith and Gertrude Hoffman. Directed by Edward E. Rice. New York Roof: 12 Jun 1905- 26 Aug 1905 (66 performances). Cast: Harry Bulger (as "Dr. Hosler, the Chloroform King"), Emma Carus (as "Lady Long-Green, the Dowis Heiress; just escaped from the unkissed"), John McVeigh (as "John de Rocks, Jr., the sole proprietor of a young men's class"), Harry Meehan (as "Digby Pipp, a Gibson Man"), Charles H. Prince (as "George Gessler, a sparkling lothario"), Nellie Daly (as "Anastasia Pickles, fresh from the farm"), Clara Hathaway (as "Bennie, Dr. Hosler's valet"), Percy Janis (as "Ted Sparks, a continuous tourist"), George Kelly (as "Charles Vagner, a simple liver"), Amy Lake (as "Dolly Dimples, a rollicking girl"), George P. Reno (as "Kid Narrow, a pugilist; hero of the Red Lights/Tom, the Claremont waiter"), Madlyn Sommers (as "Pete, a newsboy"), Lucille St. Claire (as "Floradora Fisher, the original pretty maiden"), James Thompson (as "Frank Penn, a dramatic critic who rules the roast"), Florence Warden (as "Delilah/Chorus"), Nella Webb (as "Marian/the maid"). Produced by Edward E. Rice.

(1905). Stage Play: Breaking Into Society. Musical/farce. Book by Lee Arthur and Robert B. Smith. Music by Gus Edwards. Additional music by Leo Edwards. Lyrics by Gus Edwards and Robert B. Smith. Directed by Percy G. Williams. West End Theatre (moved to Haverly's 14th Street Theatre from 4 Nov 1905- 9 Nov 1905, then moved to The American Theatre from 30 Apr 1906- close): 2 Oct 1905- 5 May 1906 (24 performances). Cast: Clara Morton (as "Aileen O'Donovan, Major's daughter"), Kate Morton (as "Margaret O'Donovan, Major's wife"), Paul Morton (as "Jack Montague"), Sam Morton (as "Major Mike O'Donovan"), Ford Sterling (as "Conreid Hammerschmidt"), Grace Belmont (as "Trixie Gibson"), Mildred Claire (as "Miss Depeyster"), James Cooper (as "August Montague"), Edward Cutler (as "Murphy"), Echlin Gayer (as "Reginald Carlyle"), Rita Gray (as "Tessie Burns"), Violet Hart (as "Miss Harrie"), Harry Hearn (as "Sergeant Clark"), Adelaide Kornay (as "Miss Van Mott"), Emma Lamoine (as "Maggie Casey"), Arthur Lee (as "Jenkins"), Cornelius Lembach (as "Mulligan"), Howard Ordway (as "Hoolihan"), John H. Smiley (as "Mafia Dinamito"), E.D.W. Tannehill (as "Casey"), Paul Train (as "Simpson").

(1906). Stage Play: His Honor the Mayor. Musical comedy. Music by Julian Edwards and Alfred E. Aarons. Additional music by Gus Edwards and Cobb and Shields )Ren Shields). Book by Charles J. Campbell and Ralph M. Skinner. Additional lyrics by Gus Edwards and Cobb and Shields. Lyrics by Charles J. Campbell and Ralph M. Skinner. Directed by J.S. Murray. New York Theatre (moved to The Wallack's Theatre from 30 Jul 1906- close): 28 May 1906- 25 Aug 1906 (104 performances). Cast: Marion Alexander (as "Chorus"), Grace Andrews (as "Chorus"), John Belton (as "Chorus"), Rose Berg (as "Chorus"), Ella Bernard (as "Chorus"), Rose Bird (as "Chorus"), W.W. Black (as "Reddy Samson, a cowboy"), Leon Botsford (as "Chorus/Josef, waiter at LaCarte's Hotel"), Julia Burns (as "Chorus"), Jessie Cameron (as "Chorus"), Jessie Carr (as "Chorus"), Camille Darnton (as "Chorus"), Lilly DeGrasse (as "Chorus"), Nellie DeGrasse (as "Chorus"), Arthur Earnest (as "Jack Thayer, Prebble's chum"), E.R. Edwards (as "Chorus"), Archie Falk (as "Chorus"), Bessie Fennell (as "Chorus"), Clarence Harvey (as "Hon. Teddy Todd, Mayor of Kankakee"), Elizabeth Hawman (as "Chorus"), Louise Hawman (as "Chorus"), Mabel Hollins (as "Daisy, a milliner girl"), Helen Howard (as "Chorus"), Alice Keese (as "Chorus"), Harry Kelly (as "Deacon Flood, May's father"), Beatrice Liddell (as "Chorus"), Lora Lieb (as "Marjorie Vayne, Mrs. Vayne's stepdaughter"), Birdice MacLaughlin (as "Chorus"), Eleanor Mansfield (as "Chorus"), Eva Marlow (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Marlowe (as "Chorus"), Eva Marsh (as "Chorus"), Kitty Marsh (as "Chorus"), Madelyn Marshall (as "May Flood"), Florence May (as "Chorus"), Seppie McNeil (as "Chorus"), Edward Melandy (as "Chorus"), J.S. Murray (as "R. LaCarte, Manager of LaCarte's Hotel"), Anna Nelson (as "Chorus"), Fletcher Norton (as "T. Chesterfield Prebble, an Anglicized native of Kankakee"), Kitty Parks (as "Chorus"), Hal Pearson (as "Chorus/Dauber Brush"), Isobel Plunkett (as "Chorus"), Carrie Poltz (as "Chorus"), John H. Pratt (as "Captain Rudolph Zitzky, of the Royal Hungarian Hussars"), Blanche Ring (as "Katrinka"), Ada Robertson (as "Chorus"), Charles Robinson (as "Chorus"), Lois Tabor (as "Mrs. Vayne, a young widow"), Catherine Tanner (as "Lieutenant Schnipp, of the Royal Hungarian Hussars/Chorus"), Jessie Thompson (as "Chorus"), Ocia Thompson (as "Chorus"), Helen Turner (as "Chorus"), E.E. Van Rensselaer (as "Solomon Syphonstein, a Parisian marriage-broker"), Fred Walton (as "Chorus"), Marion Whitney (as "Chorus"). Produced by Alfred E. Aarons.

(1906). Stage Play: About Town. Musical revue. Music by Melville Ellis and Raymond Hubbell. Book by Joseph Herbert. Lyrics by Joseph Herbert. Musical Director: William E. MacQuinn. Additional numbers by Jack Norworth, Albert von Tilzer, Will D. Cobb and Gus Edwards. Additional lyrics by Addison Burkhardt. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Herald Square Theatre: 30 Aug 1906- 10 Nov 1906 (85 performances).

(1906). Stage Play: His Honor the Mayor. Musical comedy (revival). Music by Julian Edwards and Alfred E. Aarons and Cobb and Shields (Ren Shields). Wallack's Theatre: 17 Sep 1906- 29 Sep 1906 (16 performances). Cast: E.R. Edwards, Clarence Harvey, Harry Kelly, Lora Lieb, Claire Maentz, Madelyn Marshall, J.S. Murray, Fletcher Norton. Produced by Alfred E. Aarons.

(1906). Stage Play: The Blue Moon. Musical comedy. Music by Howard Talbot and Paul Rubens. Interpolated songs by Addison Burkhard and Gus Edwards. Book by Harold Ellis. Lyrics by Percy Greenbank and Paul A.N. Rubens. Musical Director: Albert Krausse. Directed by Frank Smithson. Casino Theatre: 3 Nov 1906- 5 Jan 1907 (76 performances). Cast: La Petite Adelaide (as "Tootsa"), Donald Archer (as "Abdul"), Gertrude Barnes (as "Dancer"), Arthur Bell (as "Clive Mansfield"), Lillian Boardman (as "Dancer"), Loreen Bordman (as "Dancer"), Virginia Cameron (as "Dancer"), Maude Carey (as "Dancer"), Arthur Donaldson (as "The Prince Badahur Sanatsinjhi"), Edward M. Favor (as "Major Vivian Callabone"), Louis Franklin (as "Hon. Archie May"), Ada Gordon (as "Bingo"), Elizabeth Hawman (as "Dancer"), Dolly Honey (as "Dancer"), Ethel Jackson (as "Chandra Nil"), Lucy Jane Johnstone (as "Chua"), Ruth Julien (as "Dancer"), Richard Knollenberg (as "Hafiz"), John Kuester (as "Mail Carrier"), Grace La Rue (as "Evelyn Ormsby"), Effie LaVarre (as "Dancer"), Lillian Leon (as "Miss Lillian Moore"), Ethel Mostyn (as "Dancer"), Marjorie Nevin (as "Oma"), Clara Palmer (as "Millicent Leroy"), James T. Powers (as "Private Charlie Taylor"), Lillian Rice (as "Dancing Girl/Dancer"), O.W. Risley (as "Beggarman"), Kathryn Robinson (as "Miss Lovehill"), Phil Ryley (as "Moolraj"), Clarence Satchell (as "Private Atkins"), Templar Saxe (as "Captain Jack Ormsby"), Max Sharpe (as "Beggarman"), Edith Sinclair (as "Lady Brabasham"), Dick Temple (as "Bobbie Scott"), Angie Weimers (as "Dancing Girl/Dancer"), Joseph West (as "Leslie Arbuthnot"), Blanche Wilmot (as "Dancer"). Produced by The Shubert Theatrical Company.

(1906). Stage Play: About Town. Musical revue [revised version of earlier production with new numbers by Victor Herbert, A. Baldwin Sloane and Gustave Kerker]. Music by Melville Ellis and Raymond Hubbell. Book by Joseph Herbert. Lyrics by Joseph Herbert. Musical Director: William E. MacQuinn. Additional music by A. Baldwin Sloane, Addison Burkhard, Victor Herbert and Gus Edwards. Additional lyrics by Addison Burkhard, Glen MacDonough and Will D. Cobb. Scenic Design by Arthur Voegtlin, Edward G. Unitt and Homer Emens. Costume Design by Carolyne Siedel and Mrs. Robert Osborn. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Herald Square Theatre: 15 Nov 1906- 29 Dec 1906 (53 performances). Cast: George Beban, Vernon Castle (as "Viscomte Martino"), Della Connor, Peter F. Dailey, Lynn D'Arcy, Elsie Davis, Lillian Devere, George Dill, Betty Dodsworth, Ida Doerge, Louise Dresser (as "Mrs. Astormont Vanderbell"), Ruthita Field, Lew Fields (as "Baron Blitz"), Harry Fisher, Ray Gilmore, Lawrence Grossmith (as "Duke of Ehwattiington"), Alice Hageman, Frances Harris, Joseph Herbert (as "Count Sherri"), Viola Hopkins, Edna Wallace Hopper, Elinor Kershaw, Jack Laughlin, May Leslie, Freda Linyard, Loretta MacDonald, Eleanor Mansfield, Edith Ethel McBride, Gertrude Moyer, Jane Murray, Mae Murray (as "Chorus"), Homer Potts, John Reinhard, Jessie Richmond, Blanche Ring (as "Countess de Rectori"), Joseph Schrode (as "Jenny"), Mae Sherwood, Topsy Siegrist, Bessie Skeer, Cecil Summers, Helen Turner, Dorothy Webb, Marion Whitney, Gladys Zell. Produced by Lew Fields.

(1906). Stage Play: A Parisian Model. Musical comedy. Music by Max Hoffman Sr. Additional numbers by Vincent Bryan, P.H. Christine, Will D. Cobb, Gus Edwards and Herman Avery Wade. Based on material by Harry B. Smith (also lyrics). Musical Director: Max Hoffman Sr. Featuring songs with lyrics by Edward P. Moran. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Broadway Theatre: 27 Nov 1906- 29 Jun 1907 (179 performances). Cast: John E. Abbott (as "Mr. New Depot, collector"), Mabella Baker (as "Mrs. Silas Goldfinch"), Dorothy Bertrand (as "Ensemble"), Charles A. Bigelow (as "Silas Goldfinch, who is trying to spend his money"), Marjorie Bonner (as "Ensemble"), Charles Books (as "Mr. Shark, collector/Ensemble"), James H. Bradbury (as "Carver Stone, an American sculptor"), Janet Burton (as "Adrienne, a customer/Georgette, an American Girl"), Adele Carson (as "Celeste, a shop girl at Callot's"), Grace Conklin (as "Ensemble"), Edith Daniell (as "Marcelle, a customer/Marie, Anna's maid/Diane"), an American Girl"), Libbian Diamond (as "Ensemble"), Edouard Durand (as "Callot, dictator of fashions"), Julia Eastman (as "Ensemble"), W.J. Ford (as "Mr. Cornergie, collector/Ensemble"), Ethel Gilmore (as "Fifine, a Ballet Girl/Ensemble"), Phyllis Grey (as "Fleurette, customer/Denise, an American Girl"), F. Stanton Heck (as "Hercule, of the Paris Olympia"), Anna Held (as "Anna, the Parisian model"), Charles Hessong (as "Ensemble/Mr. Rathskeller, collector"), Bena Hoffman (as "Ensemble"), Gertrude Hoffman (as "Colombe"), Miss Howe (as "Ensemble"), Jessie Howe (as "Ensemble"), William James (as "Mr. Rates, collector"), Grace Leigh (as "Paulette. a customer/Fanchonette, an American Girl"), Henri Leoni (as "Julien de Marsa, an artist"), Bertha Mack (as "Jeanne, of the Palais"), Lucille Marion (as "Ensemble"), Edna Marsh (as "Ensemble"), Carl Morgan (as "Mr. Quick, collector"), Adelaide Orton (as "Therese, a customer/Adele/Marie, Anna's maid"), Aurora Piatt (as "Helene, a Model/Francine, an American Girl"), Lew Quinn (as "Director of the Palais de Patinage"), Earle Reynolds (as "El Rio Rey"), John Francis Roche (as "Ensemble/Mr. Keno, collector"), C. Rodgers (as "Ensemble"), Grace Russell (as "Suzanne, customer"), George Burke Scott (as "Mr. Moregain, collector/Ensemble"), Truly Shattuck (as "Violette, of the Opera Comique"), Mabel Spencer (as "Hortense, a Model/Claudine/American Girl"), Ada St. Clair (as "Jeanette, a Model"), Madlyn Summers (as "Titine, a Ballet Girl/Ensemble"), Gertrude Thayer (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Waldron (as "Heloise/Model/Josie/American Girl"), Edith Warner (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Frank McKee and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1907). Stage Play: His Honor the Mayor. Musical comedy (revival). Music by Julian Edwards and Alfred E. Aarons and Cobb and Shields. Lyrics by Charles J. Campbell and R.M. Skinner. Book by Charles J. Campbell and R.M. Skinner. Musical Director: Daniel Dore. Directed by J.K. Adams. Wallack's Theatre: 3 Jun 1907- 15 Jun 1907 (16 performances). Produced by Alfred E. Aarons.

(1907). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1907. Featuring songs by Seymour Furth, E. Ray Goetz, Gus Edwards, Billy Gaston, Jean Schwartz, Silvio Hein, Matt Woodward and Gertrude Hoffman. Words (sketches) by Harry B. Smith. Featuring songs with lyrics by Vincent Bryan, Edgar Selden, Will D. Cobb, Billy Gaston, William Jerome, Matt Woodward, Martin Brown and Paul West. Featuring "Mother's the Boss of Our House" by Herbert Ingraham. Musical Director: Max Hoffman Sr. Conceived by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. Principals directed by Herbert Gresham. Chorus directed by Julian Mitchell. Jardin de Paris: (moved to The Liberty Theatre from 26 Aug 1907- 7 Sep 1907, then moved to The Grand Opera House from 4 Nov 1907- close): 8 Jul 1907- 10 Nov 1907 (79 performances). Cast: George Bickel (as "Tony Cornstock, in search of the immoral/Officer Schmaltz/Mr. Biersteiner"), Emma Carus (as "Topsy, a soubrette lady/Mrs. Central Park/Daughter of the Regiment/Salome, a Singer"), Mlle. Dazie (as "Dolly/Salome, a dancer"), Grace La Rue (as "Pocahontas, in the cigar business/Her Honor the Judge/Miss Ginger of Jamaica"), Lillian Lee (as "A Wife and Mother/Bride/A Lady Expert/A Poor Weak Woman"), Dave Lewis (as "Mr. Cornfeed"), David Lewis (as "Captain J. Smith, A reincarnated adventurer/John Philip"), Charles J. Ross (as "An Easy Mark/A Wild West Napoleon/Adam Rounder/Andy C"), Florence Tempest (as "A Cigarette Fiend"), Prince Tokio (as "Specialty"), Harry Watson Jr. (as "The Idol of the People/An Antique Bridegroom/The District Attorney for the Defense/An Undesirable Citizen/An Honest Pugilist"), Dave Abrams (as "Brago/the monk, the Husband"), Louise Alexander (as "The Girl Who Was So Discouraged"), Sherwood Alston (as "Still More"), Dan Baker (as "Officer O'Finnegan"), Helen Broderick, C.M. Brooks (as "Victor O'Herbert"), Adele Carson (as "An Inquisitive Girl/Scrub Lady"), Natalie DeLonton (as "A Show Girl"), May Emery (as "The Showiest Girl"), John Kennedy (as "The Hero of a "Nature Story"), Grace Leigh (as "A Smart Setter/Mrs. Newlywed"), May Leslie (as "A Girl Who Married a Millionaire"), Stacia Leslie (as "A Showy Girl"), Edna Luby (as "Miss Mimique/Miss Edna Might"), James Manley (as "Mr. Harryman, a railway guide/John D"), Frank Mayne (as "The Idol's Vocal Proxy/Chauncey Depot, a railway porter/Signor Crusoe"), Edith Moyer (as "A Lady in Search of Bargains, A Property Mother"), W.H. Powers (as "Cremo, a milkman"), Edna Snyder (as "An Inquisitive Girl"), Roma Snyder (as "A Mere Star"), Mabel Spencer (as "A Lady in Search of Bargains"), Madlyn Summers (as "An Inquisitive Girl"), Marion Sunshine (as "A Belle of the Beach") [Broadway debut], Pauline Thorne (as "Miss Maytell Steelman"), Willie Torpey (as "Drum Major"), Angie Weimer (as "A Belle of the Sands"). Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. Note: The first of the historic Ziegfeld Follies.

(1907). Stage Play: The Hired Girl's Millions. Musical/melodrama. Book by Charles E. Blaney. Featuring "School Days" by Gus Edwards. Featuring "Where the River Shannon Flows" by James Russell. Additional music by Jean Schwartz. Additional lyrics by William Jerome. Musical Direction by Jules Frique. Directed by James R. Garey. Lincoln Square Theatre (moved to Haverly's 14th Street Theatre from 9 Dec 1907- close): 12 Aug 1907- 14 Dec 1907 (17 performances). Cast: Annie C. Russell (as "Mrs. Vanger Gould Potter"), Flora Bonfanto Russell (as "Jennie McCarthy"), James Russell (as "Frau Sweinburger/Betsy Brief/Jeanette/Jim McCann"), John Russell (as "John McCann/Houlihan/Antonio Carreno/Sally Brief/Mary MacGregor"), John Russell Jr. (as "Lemon Squeeze"), Lew Cody (as "Norman Canby") [Broadway debut], Teresa Cutler (as "Saleslady"), Daisy Darling (as "Saleslady"), Daisy Dash (as "Saleslady"), Anna Day (as "Saleslady"), Charles J. Diem (as "Raymond Strong"), Dolly Dimples (as "Saleslady"), Harry S. Fisher (as "Smoke"), Tessie Flirt (as "Saleslady"), Georgie Frills (as "Saleslady"), Ethel Gilmore (as "Saleslady"), Mayble Gilmore (as "Saleslady"), Tessie Graham (as "Saleslady"), Lillian Hathaway (as "Mrs. Stidgers/Torpedo Till"), Mazie Huyler (as "Saleslady"), Agnes King (as "Saleslady"), Grace Manning (as "Saleslady"), James A. Marcus (as "Cough Drop Ed/Sampson Sly, as A.J. Sucram/Judge Sly"), Jessie May (as "Saleslady"), May Mayfield (as "Saleslady"), Christine McLain (as "Saleslady"), Josephine McLain (as "Saleslady"), Victor Scott (as "Jeremiah Lockem"), Ethel Southgate (as "Saleslady"), Ada Throps (as "Saleslady"), Florence Wilmont (as "Saleslady"). Produced by Charles E. Blaney.

(1907). Stage Play: Hip! Hip! Hooray! [1907]

(1907). Stage Play: His Honor the Mayor. Musical comedy (revival). Music by Julian Edwards and Alfred E. Aarons and Cobb and Shields (Ren Shields). Lyrics by Charles J. Campbell and R.M. Skinner. Additional lyrics by Gus Edwards and Cobb and Shields. Book by Charles J. Campbell and R.M. Skinner. Musical Director: Daniel Dore. Directed by J.K. Adams. Circle Theatre: 25 Nov 1907- 7 Dec 1907 (17 performances). Produced by Alfred E. Aarons.

(1908). Stage Play: School Days. Musical.

(1908). Stage Play: Miss Innocence. Musical extravaganza (revival). Book by Harry B. Smith.

(1909). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1909. Musical revue/extravaganza. Based on material by Harry B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Featuring songs by Edward Madden, Gus Edwards, Jack Norworth, Nora Bayes, A. Seymour Brown and Nat D. Ayer. Jardin de Paris: 14 Jun 1909- 7 Aug 1909 (64 performances). Cast: David Abrams, Arline Boley, William Bonelli, Robert Burns, Arthur Deagon, Albert Froom [credited as Albert Froome], Elise Hamilton, Maurice Hegeman, Arthur Hill, Lillian Lorraine, William Oatman, William Powers, Billie Reeves, William Schrode, Annabelle Whitford, Marion Whitney. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1910). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1910. Musical revue. Based on material by Harry B. Smith and Gus Edwards. Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Featuring songs by Will D. Cobb, Gus Edwards, Ballard MacDonald, Harry Carroll [earliest Broadway credit], Harry B. Smith, Will Marion Cook, Ford Dabney [earliest Broadway credit], James Henry Burriss, Chris Smith, Bert Williams, Alex Rogers, William Tracy, Lewis F. Muir, Vincent Bryan, Addison Burkhard, Harry von Tilzer and Victor Holländer. Jardin de Paris: 20 Jun 1910- 3 Sep 1910 (88 performances). Cast: George Bickel, Arline Boley, Fanny Brice, Rosie Green, Elsie Hamilton, Maurice Hegeman, Vonnie Hoyt, Jacques Kruger, Lillian Lorraine, Bobby North, John Quigg, William Reeves, Hazel Robinson, Grace Tyson, Jerome Van Norden, Harry Watson, Bert Williams. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1914). Stage Play: The Passing Show of 1914. Musical revue.

(1922). Stage Play: The French Doll. Comedy. Adapted from the French of M. Armont and Mr. Gerbidon. Book adapted by A.E. Thomas. Music by George Gershwin and Gus Edwards. Lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva and Will D. Cobb. Directed by W.H. Gilmore. Lyceum Theatre: 20 Feb 1920- 3 Jun 1922 (120 performances). Cast: Eugene Borden (as "Rene Mazulier"), 'Irene Bordoni' (as "Georgine Mazulier"), Don Burroughs, Adrienne D'Ambricourt, Will Deming (as "Jackson"), Edouard Durand (as "Baron Mazulier"), Thurston Hall (as "T. Wellington Wick"), Edna Hibbard, James Hunter, Laura Lussier, William Williams. Produced by E. Ray Goetz.

(1927). Stage Play: Lucky. Musical comedy. Book by Otto A. Harbach. Additional scenes by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby. Music by Jerome Kern. Additional numbers by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby. Musical Direction by Gus Salzer. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Lyrics by Otto A. Harbach. Additional music by Fred Fisher, Nora Bayes, Jack Norworth, Gus Edwards and George Gershwin. Additional lyrics by Fred Fisher, Jack Norworth, Edward Madden and Anne Caldwell. Directed by Hassard Short. New Amsterdam Theatre: 22 Mar 1927- 21 May 1927 (71 performances). Starring Walter Catlett (as "Charlie Simpson"). Cast: Bessie Allison, Alfred Arnold, Walter Arnold, Charles Bannister, Julia Brashkova, Dorothy Bell, Dick Bennett, Dulce Bentley, Martin Berkeley, Albert Birk, Leonore Blair, Betty Block, Pearl Bradley, Mary Brady, Billie Cain, Virginia Clark, Joan Clement, Hal Clovis, Charles Conkling, Emily Cote, Peggy Cunningham, Hyacinth Curtis, Jack de Lys, Maxine Demmler, Marian Dickson, Alma Drange, Charles Eaton, Mary Eaton, Eleanor Elden, Paul Everton, Rosemary Farmer, Richard Farrell, George Ferguson, Jeanne Fonda, Ethel Forrest, Rose Gaillaird, Richard 'Skeets' Gallagher (as "Teddy Travers"), Charles Gibney, Elvira Gomez, Bert Gould, Alfred Hall, Pauline Hall, Aili Halmenaa, Milton Halpern, Kathryn Hamill, Vivian Harris, Jack Hughes, Max Hugo, Ray Justus, Ruby Keeler (as "Mazie Maxwell"), Betty Keen, The Keller Sisters, Lily Kimari, Kathleen Krosby, Kathryn Lambly, Myrtle Lane, Donald Lee, Fred Lennox, Edna Locke, Al Lynch, Trude Marr, Olga Marye, Bob Maxwell, Stanley McClelland, Charles Mitchell, Lillian Morehouse, Bob Morris, Josephine Mostler, Henry Mowbray, Hugh Francis Murphy, Al Ochs (as "Long Ling"), Bill O'Donnell, Don Oltarsh, Cheri Pelham, Dorothy Phillips, Nickie Pittell, Patricia Preston, Anna Rex, Phyllis Reynolds, Nita Rosso, Elizabeth Ryder, Joseph Santley, Ivy Sawyer, Lenore Shearer, Kumara Singha, Emily Slater, Hugh Sorenson, Louise Starck, Jack Talbot, Ayres Tavitt, Archibald Thompson, Peaches Tortoni, Regina Tuahinska, George Vigouroux, Eda Vittollo, Teddy Ward, Elida Webb, Princess White Deer, Martha Wilbert, Fred Wilson, Albert Wyart, Dorothy Wyatt. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.

(1932). Stage Play: Marching By. Musical. Music by Jean Gilbert. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Book by Harry Clark and Harry B. Smith [final Broadway credit]. Based on a German operetta by Ernst Neubach. Based on the novel by Lajos Biró. Additional lyrics by Mark Gordon, George Waggoner, Harry Clarke, Guy Robertson, Edward Eliscu and George Hirst. Additional music by Harry Revel, Gus Edwards, Gus Arnheim, Neil Moret and Maurie Rubens. Musical Direction by George Hirst. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Chanin's 46th Street Theatre: 3 Mar 1932- 12 Mar 1932 (12 performances). Cast: Sam Bunin (as "Ensemble"), Donald Burr (as "Sacha Sachalow"), Victor Casmore (as "Anton Androssy"), Leonard Ceeley (as "Colonel Petroff"), Cornelia Chason, Charles Christie, Marie Costello, Betty Dair, Betty Davis, Sonia De Calva, Wilbur Demarest, Joan Dudley, Kathleen Edwardes, Arthur Geary, Claude Goehring, Robert Grant, Frederick Grieve, William Hubert, Charles Kingsley, Samuel Krevoff, Carol Laski, Larry Lawrence, Jack Lee, Jack Leslie, Philip Lord, Earl Marvin, Earl Mason, Mary McDonald, Giles McIntyre, Walter Meek, Hugh Miller, Margaret Miller, Gerald Moore, Jerry Moore, Evelyn Muller, Walter Nagle, Ethel Norris, Kenneth Paige, Walter Palm, Owen Pauline, Guy Robertson, Eva Sawyer, James Shen, Arthur Singer, Katherine Skidmore, Ralph Slear, Donald Smith, Fred Stamm, Eleanora Standish, Desiree Tabor (as "Countess Anna Von Hatfield"), Elizabeth Taylor (as "Ensemble"), Marie Valday (as "Ensemble/Third Girl"), Roy Vitalis (as "Lieutenant Dorch/Ensemble"), John J. Walsh, Solly Ward (as "Elias Butterman"), Herbert Weber, Victor Young (as "Ensemble/Lieutenant Schantz"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1936). Stage Play: Broadway Sho-Window. Musical revue.


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