- (1935) Stage Play: The Petrified Forest. Drama. Written by Robert E. Sherwood. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Arthur Hopkins. Broadhurst Theatre: 7 Jan 1935- Jun 1935 (closing date unknown/197 performances). Cast: Leslie Howard (as "Alan Squier"), John Alexander, Humphrey Bogart (as "Duke Mantee"), Milo Boulton, Charles Dow Clark, Peggy Conklin, Guy Conradi, Aloysius Cunningham, James Doody, Tom Fadden, Ross Hertz (as "Jackie"), Robert Hudson, Eugene Keith, Esther Leeming, Frank Milan, Robert Porterfield (as "Herb"), Harry Sherwin, Blanche Sweet, Slim Thompson, Frank Tweddell, Walter Vonnegut. Produced by Gilbert Miller and Leslie Howard. Produced in association with Arthur Hopkins. Note: Leslie Howard would insist that Bogart be retained in the role of Duke Mantee when sold to Warner Brothers for its hit 1936 film adaptation (The Petrified Forest (1936)).
- (January 24, 1939) He acted in Thornton Wilder's play, "Our Town," at the Selwyn Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Frank Craven (stage manager); James Spottswood (Dr. Gibbs); Evelyn Varden (Mrs. Gibbs); Thomas W. Ross (Mr. Webb); Helen Carew (Mrs. Webb); John Craven (George Gibbs); Dorothy McGuire (Emily Webb); Patricia Roe (Rebecca Gibbs); Raymond Rose; Charles Wiley Jr.; Walter O. Hill; Milton Parsons; Dora Merande; E. Irving Locke; Billy Redfield; William Wadsworth; and Edward P. Goodnow in the cast.
- (January 5, 1939) He acted in Thornton Wilder's play, "Our Town," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Frank Craven, Evelyn Varden, Helen Carew, James Spottswood, Raymond Roe, John Craven, Patricia Roe, Charles Wiley Jr., Dorothy McGuire, Thomas W. Ross, Walter O. Hill, Alice Donaldson, Thomas Coley, Katharine Raht, Milton Parsons, William Roerick, Doro Merande, E. Irving Locke, Billy Redfield, William Wadsworth, and Edward P. Goodnow in the cast. Raymond Sovey was set designer. Helene Pons was costume designer. Jed Harris was producer and director.