(1912- 1928). Active on Broadway
in the following productions:
(1912). Stage Play: The Red Petticoat. Musical comedy.
(1913). Stage Play: The Painted Woman.
(1914). Stage Play: Apartment 12-K.
(1918). Stage Play: The Long Dash.
(1921). Stage Play: Don Juan. Comedy. Based on "L'Homme a la Rose" by Henri Bataille
. Book adapted by Lawrence Langner
. Garrick Theatre: 5 Sep 1921- Sep 1921 (closing date unknown/14 performances). Cast: Katherine Atkinson (as "Countess de Angasturo"), Elaine Bonton (as "3rd Tavern Girl"), Alison Bradshaw (as "Young Girl"), Millie Butterfield (as "Oltaro"), Gladys Carr (as "Countess Vera de Lopez"), Howard Claney
(as "2nd Soldier/The Draper"), Joan Clement
(as "Fashionable Woman"), Theresa Maxwell Conover
(as "Ines"), Harry English
(as "1st Soldier"), J. Herbert Frank (as "Officer/Recapo"), Wallie Howe
[credited as Walter Howe] (as "De Molino/The Traveler"), Stella Larrimore (as "Pepilla"), Paul McAllister (as "Duke de Nunez"), Mary Moore (as "Consuelito"), Henry Mortimer (as "Alonso"), Myra Murray (as "Isabel"), Estelle Paul (as "1st Tavern Girl"), Richard Ranier (as "Manuel"), Elaine Revallos (as "4th Tavern Girl"), Leonard Rowe (as "Chaplain/Barbadillo/The Innkeeper"), Robert Schilling (as "Juanito"), Helen Sheridan (as "Unknown Woman"), Miriam Stoddard (as "Beatrice"), Lou Tellegen
(as "Don Juan"), Addie Williams (as "The Shepherd"), Henrietta York (as "2nd Tavern Girl/Barbara"). Produced by Frank Reicher
(1926). Stage Play: Kongo.
(1927). Stage Play: Honor Be Damned!
(1927). Stage Play: The Racket. Written by Bartlett Cormack
. Ambassador Theatre: 22 Nov 1927- Mar 1928 (closing date unknown/119 performances). Cast: Ralph Adams (as "Sam Meyer"), Romaine Callender
(as "Assistant State's Attorney Welch"), Jack Clifford (as "Clark"), Marion Coakley (as "Irene Hayes"), G. Pat Collins
(as "Patrolman Johnson"), John Cromwell
(as "Captain McQuigg"), Edward Eliscu
(as "Joe"), Harry English
(as "Lieutenant Gill") [final Broadway
role], Mike Flanagan (as "Another Patrolman"), Norman Foster
(as "Dave Ames"), Louis Frohoff (as "Alderman Kublacek"), Mal Kelly (as "Sergeant Sullivan"), Fred Irving Lewis
(as "Detective Sergeant Delaney"), Harry McCoy (as "Turck"), Hugh O'Connell
(as "Miller"), Charles O'Connor (as "A Patrolman"), Charles Peyton (as "Glick"), Willard Robertson
(as "Pratt"), Edward G. Robinson
(as "An Unidentified Man"), C.E. Smith (as "Sergeant Schmidt"). Produced by Alexander McKaig. Note: Filmed as The Racket
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