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(1934) Stage: Appeared in "The Sky's the Limit" on Broadway.

(1935). Stage Play: Dead End. Drama. Written / directed by Sidney Kingsley. Production Design by Norman Bel Geddes. Belasco Theatre: 28 Oct 1935- 12 Jun 1937 (687 performances). Cast: Carroll Ashburn (as "Mr. Griswald"), Charles Bellin, Charles Benjamin, Philip Bourneuf (as "Interne"), Marie R. Burke, Richard Clark, Francis G. Cleveland, George Cotton (as "Doorman"), Marc Daniels, Francis De Sales, Ethel Dell, Gabriel Dell (as "T.B.") [Broadway debut], Joe Downing (as "Babyface Martin"), Charles R. Duncan, Willis Duncan, Dan Duryea (as "G-Man") [Broadway debut], Elspeth Eric (as "Drina"), Sidonie Espero, Martin Gabel (as "Hunk"), Edward P. Goodnow, David Gorcey (as "Second Avenue Boy"), Leo Gorcey (as "Second Avenue Boy") [only Broadway appearance], Huntz Hall (as "Dippy") [only Broadway appearance], Billy Halop (as "Tommy") [Broadway debut], Drina Hill, Bobby Jordan (as "Angel"), Margaret Linden, Sidney Lumet (as "Small Boy"), Blossom MacDonald (as "Ensemble"), Marjorie Main (as "Mrs. Martin"), Margaret Mullen, Robert J. Mulligan, Theodore Newton, George N. Price (as "Old Gentleman") [final Broadway role], Bernard Punsly (as "Milty"), Lewis L. Russell, Harry Selby, Joseph Taibi, William Toubin, Sheila Trent (as "Francey"), Cyril Gordon Weld, Billy Winston, Louis Woods, Elizabeth Wrangle [credited as Elizabeth Wragge] (as "Ensemble"), Dane Clark [credited as Bernard Zanville] (as "Sailor").

(1936). Stage Play: Ten Million Ghosts. Drama. Written by Sidney Kingsley. Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager. Directed by Sidney S. Kingsley. St. James Theatre: 23 Oct 1936- Nov 1936 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast: Lester Alden (as "Balkan/Waiter"), Dave Arthur (as "Spewack"), Carroll Ashburn (as "General Louvet"), Lee Baker (as "Francois de Kruif"), Peter Barry (as "Telegraph Boy"), Felton Bickley (as "Armed Guard/Bonnard"), Philip Bourneuf (as "Lessay"), Charles Bowden (as "Messenger Boy"), George Coulouris (as "Zacharey"), Stuart Ferguson (as "Soldier"), Martin Gabel (as "Peter"), Myles Geoffrey (as "Louis/Aide to Louvet"), John Harding (as "Orderly"), Ray Harper (as "Gabry"), Alfred Hesse (as "Muller"), Otto Hulett (as "Ryan"), Stanley Jessup (as "Shore"), George Justin (as "Messenger Boy"), David Leight (as "French Worker/Butler"), Bernard Lenrow (as "Red Cross Sergeant"), David Merrill (as "Thomas"), Dodson Mitchell (as "Otto von Kruif"), Meg Mundy (as "Secretary"), Barbara O'Neil (as "Madeleine"), C. Russell Sage (as "General Dumont/Jones"), James Sidney (as "Anderson"), Joseph Singer (as "German Worker"), Howard Solness (as "Foreman"), Kurt Stall (as "Intelligence Officer"), John Walker (as "Dr. La Marr/Roberts"), Orson Welles (as "Andre"), Robert X. Williams (as "Schmidt"). Produced by Sidney Kingsley.

(1937). Stage Play: Julius Caesar. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Incidental music by Marc Blitzstein. Assistant Director: Hiram Sherman. Directed by Orson Welles. Mercury Theatre (moved to the National Theatre in March 1938 to close): 11 Nov 1937- Mar 1938 (closing date unknown/157 performances). Cast: William Alland (as "Marullus"), Evelyn Allen, Arthur Anderson, Muriel Brassler, Grover Burgess (as "Ligarius"), Francis Carpenter, Joseph Cotten (as "Publius"), George Coulouris, George Duthie, Martin Gabel (as "Cassius"), Joseph Holland (as "Julius Caesar"), John Hoyt [credited as John Hoysradt] (as "Decius Brutus"), Norman Lloyd, William Mowry, Ted Reid, Stefan Schnabel (as "Metellus Cimber"), Hiram Sherman, Orson Welles (as "Marcus Brutus"), John A. Willard (as "Trebonius"). Replacement actor [during Mercury Theatre run]: Alice Frost (as "Portia"). Replacement actors [during National Theatre run]: Norman Lloyd (as "Cinna"), Edmond O'Brien (as "Marc Antony"), Polly Rowles (as "Calpurnia"). Produced by John Houseman and Orson Welles. Note: Considered to be one of the definitive Shakespearean revivals of the 20th century.

(1938) Stage: Appeared (as "Danton") in "Danton's Death" on Broadway. Drama (revival). Music by Marc Blitzstein. Written by Geoffrey Dunlop. Based on the German of Georg Buchner. Scenic Design by Jan Tichacek. Co-produced (w/John Houseman) / directed by Orson Welles (also appearing as "St. Just"). Mercury Theatre: 2 Nov 1938-Nov 1938 (closing date unknown/21 performances). Cast: William Alland (as "Servant to Danton"), Ellen Andrews (as "Voice in the Street"), Richard Barr (credited as Richard Baer; as "Convention Attendant"), Fay Baker (as "Voice in the Street"), Edgar Barrier (as "Camille Desmoulins"), John Berry (as "Gaoler"), Joseph Cotten (as "Barrere"), Helen Coule (as "Voice in the Street"), George Duthie (as "1st Old Man" / "President of the Convention"), Ross Elliott (as "Convention Attendant"), Morgan Farley (as "Heralut De Sechelles"), Ruth Ford (as "Rosalie"), Arlene Francis (as "Marion"), Sparke Hastings (as "Member of the Convention"), Arthur Hoffe (as "Voice in the Street"), Guy Kingsley (as "Lacroix"), William Mowry (as "Member of the Convention"), Edgerton Paul (as "Servant to Danton"), Stanley Poss (as "Servant to Danton"), Stephen Roberts (as "Member of the Convention"), Erskine Sanford (as "Philppeau" / "2nd Old Man"), Sanford Siegel (as "Voice in the Street"), Vladimir Sokoloff (as "Robespierre"), Anna Stafford (as "Julie"), Fred Thompson (as "Voice in the Street"), Evelyn Wahl (as "Lucile"), Mary Wickes (as "Christine"), Richard Wilson (as "Legendre"), Eustace Wyatt (as "Fouquier").

(1940) Stage Play: Young Couple Wanted. Comedy. Written by Arthur Wilmurt. Directed by Martin Gabel. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 24 Jan 1940- 3 Feb 1940 (13 performances). Cast: John Adair (as "Mr. Daly"), Richard Clark (as "Donald Thompson"), Zamah Cunningham (as "Mrs. Daly"), Juliet Forbes (as "Betty Monkline"), Arlene Francis (as "Catherine Daly"), Lloyd Gough (as "Lewis Champion"), Ethel Intropidi (as "Mrs. Fitch"), J. Richard Jones (as "George Jones"), Hugh Marlowe (as "Jed Jones"), Ruth McDevitt [credited as Ruth Thane McDevitt] (as "Miss Muhlen"), Helen Shields (as "Cora Bedell"). Produced by Jerome Mayer. Produced in association with Carly Wharton and Martin Gabel.

(1940). Stage Play: Medicine Show. Incidental music by Hanns Eisler. Written by Oscar Saul and H.R. Hays. Directed by Jules Dassin [earliest Broadway credit]. New Yorker Theatre: 12 Apr 1940- 11 May 1940 (35 performances). Cast: Isabel Bonner (as "Mrs. Sullivan"), Philip Bourneuf (as "Jackson"), Perry Bruskin (as "Ben"), Virginia Campbell (as "Chorine"), Richard Clark (as "Kennedy "), Grace Coppin (as "Mrs. Jackson"), Zamah Cunningham (as "Mrs. Young"), Olive Deering (as "Rose"), Joseph M. Dixon (as "Andrew"), Sara Floyd (as "Ellie"), Melbourne Ford (as "John"), Peter Frye (as "Pete"), Martin Gabel (as "Statistician"), Pearl Gaines (as "Sarah"), Coburn Goodwin (as "Hall"), Norma Green, William Hansen (as "Dr. Mackenzie"), J. Richard Jones (as "Clinic Doctor"), Linda Lee, Harry Lessin, Norman Lloyd (as "Quack"), Dorothy McGuire (as "Dora"), Bram Nossen (as "Dr. White"), John Randolph (as "Mac"), Ronald Reiss, Ben Ross, Alfred Ryder, Leigh Whipper (as "Eli"). Produced by Carly Wharton and Martin Gabel.

(1941). Stage Play: The Cream in the Well. Written by Lynn Riggs. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Martin Gabel. Booth Theatre: 20 Jan 1941- 8 Feb 1941 (24 performances). Cast: Harry Morgan (as "Blocky Lockhart") (credited as Harry Bratsburg), Virginia Campbell, Leif Erickson (as "Clabe"), Myron McCormick (as "Gard Dunham"), Mary Morris, Martha Sleeper (as "Julie"), Ralph Theodore (as "Mr. Sawters"), Perry Wilson. Produced by Carly Wharton and Martin Gabel.

(1942). Stage Play: Cafe Crown. Comedy. Written by Hy Kraft. Directed by Elia Kazan. Cort Theatre: 23 Jan 1942- 23 May 1942 (141 performances). Cast: Morris Carnovsky (as "David Cole"), Sam Jaffe (as "Hymie"), Jay Adler, Whit Bissell (as "Walter"), John Brone, Solen Burry, Jed Cogut, Eduard Franz, Michael Gorrin, Frank Gould, Mizzi Hajos [credited as Mitzi Hajos], Tom Jordan, Robert Leonard, Mary Mason, Paula Miller, Daniel Ocko, George Petrie, Lou Polan, Abraham J. Spelvin, Margaret Waller, Sam Wanamaker (as "Lester Freed"), Alfred White, Mervin Williams. Produced by Carly Wharton and Martin Gabel.

(1945) Stage: Appeared in "The Assassin" on Broadway.

(1948) Stage: Directed / co-produced (w/Bernard Hart) "The Survivors" on Broadway. Written by Peter Viertel and Irwin Shaw. Playhouse Theatre: 19 Jan 1948-24 Jan 1948 (8 performances). Cast: Louis Calhern (as "Vincent Keyes"), Richard Basehart (as "Steve Decker"), Russell Collins (as "Roy Clemens"), Hume Cronyn (as "Jodine Decker"), Marc Lawrence (as "Rutson Hedge"), E.G. Marshall (as "Finlay Decker"), Anthony Ross, Jane Seymour, Marianne Stewart, Guy Arbury, Edwin M. Bruce, Neil Fitzgerald, Tom Hoier, Kevin McCarthy (as "Morgan Decker"), Edith Rand, Edgar Small, Eugene Steiner, Kenneth Tobey (as "Leonard Hawkes"), Ray Walston (as "Townsperson").

(1950) Stage: Appeared in "King Lear" on Broadway. Tragedy (revival).

(1951) Stage: Appeared in "The Little Blue Light" on Broadway.

(1953). Stage Play: Men of Distinction. Comedy. Written by Richard Condon. Directed by Martin Gabel. 48th Street Theatre: 30 Apr 1953- 2 May 1953 (4 performances). Cast: Robert Preston (as "Peter Hogarth"), Orson Bean (as "Edgar Grassthal") [Broadway debut], Ralph Bunker (as "Marvin Flynch"), David Burns (as "Daniel Gaffney"), Jean Carson (as "Judy Chalfonte"), Chandler Cowles (as "Carleton Pelter"), Diana Herbert (as "Claudette Chalfonte"), Martin Ritt (as "August Volpone"), Fran Carlon (as "Aunt Florence"), Donald Foster (as "Mayor Thomas Quinlin"), Hollis Irving (as "Doris Commodore"), Dulcy Jordan (as "Dolores Biltmore"), Fran Keegan (as "Barbara Edison"), K.K. Kensington (as "Melissa Marguery"), Mort Marshall (as "Frobisher"), Vera Fuller Mellish (as "Pringle"), Alma Slocum (as "Edna"), Rex Williams (as "Inspector Dennis Mannion"). Produced by Chandler Cowles and Martin Gabel.

(1954). Stage Play: Reclining Figure.

(1955). Stage Play: Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? Written by George Axelrod. Directed by George Axelrod. Belasco Theatre (moved to The Shubert Theatre from 9 Jul 1956- 10 Nov 1956): 13 Oct 1955- 10 Nov 1956 (444 performances). Cast: Orson Bean (as "George MacCauley"), Martin Gabel (as "Irving LaSalle"), Jayne Mansfield (as "Rita Marlowe"), Walter Matthau (as "Michael Freeman"), William Thourlby (as "Bronk Brannigan"), Harry Clark (as "Harry Kaye"), Lew Gallo (as "Masseur"), Carol Grace (as "A Secretary"), Tina Louise (as "A Swimmer"), David Sheiner (as "Bellman"), Michael Tolan (as "A Chaffeur"). Replacement cast: [during Belasco Theatre run:] Harold Gary (as "Harry Kaye"), David Sheiner (as "George MacCauley"), Michael Tolan (as "Michael Freeman") [from 16 Apr 1956- 24 May 1956. [during Shubert Theatre run:] Tom Poston (as "George MacCauley"). Produced by Jule Styne. Associate Producer: Sylvia Herscher. Note: Filmed Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation as Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? (1957).

(1956). Stage Play: King Lear. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Musical score by Marc Blitzstein. Associate Director: Emerson Crocker. Directed by Orson Welles. City Center: 12 Jan 1956- 29 Jan 1956 (21 performances). Cast: Orson Welles (as "King Lear of Britain"), Art Alisi (as "Knight/Officer"), David Anthony (as "Knight/Officer"), Jack Aronson (as "Tenant to Gloucester/Gentleman"), Julian Barry (as "Knight/Officer"), Robert Blackburn (as "King of France"), Sorrell Booke (as "Duke of Albany"), Robert Burr (as "Servant to Cornwall/Captain"), Francis Carpenter (as "Oswald, Goneril's Steward"), Tom Clancy (as "Curan"), John Colicos (as "Edmund, Gloucester's Bastard Son"), Thayer David (as "Duke of Cornwall"), Roy Dean (as "Earl of Kent"), Richard Edelman (as "Knight/Officer"), Alvin Epstein (as "Fool"), Geraldine Fitzgerald (as "Goneril, Lear's Daughter"), Robert Fletcher (as "Edgar, Gloucester's Son"), Richard Hill (as "Knight/Officer"), Viveca Lindfors (as "Cordelia,Lear's Daughter"), Walter Mathews (as "Duke of Burgundy/Doctor"), Kenneth Mays (as "Knight/Officer"), Thomas Newman (as "Knight/Officer"), Lou Perri (as "Knight/Officer"), James T. Pritchett (as "Knight/Officer"), Don Ratka (as "Knight/Officer"), Lester Rawlins (as "Earl of Gloucester"), Sylvia Short (as "Regan, Lear's Daughter"), Robert Weaver (as "Knight/Officer"), Michael Yuda (as "Knight/Officer"). Understudy: Anne Meacham. Produced by New York City Center Theatre Company (Jean Dalrymple: Director). Produced by arrangement with Martin Gabel and Henry M. Margolis.

(1957). Stage Play: The Hidden River.

(1958). Stage Play: Once More, With Feeling. Comedy. Written by Harry Kurnitz. Scenic Design by George Jenkins. Directed by George Axelrod. National Theatre: 21 Oct 1958- 6 Jun 1959 (263 performances). Cast: Joseph Cotten (as "Victor Fabian"), Arlene Francis (as "Dolly Fabian"), Walter Matthau (as "Maxwell Archer"), Leon Belasco (as "Gendels"), Ralph Bunker (as "Mr. Wilbur"), Dan Frazer (as "Interviewer"), Frank Milan (as "Richard Hilliard"), Paul E. Richards (as "Chester Stamm"), Rex Williams (as "Luigi Bardini"). Understudies: Dan Frazer (as "Victor Fabian"), Bill Macy (as "Maxwell Archer") and Greta Markson (as "Dolly Fabian"). Replacement actors: Joseph Buloff (as "Maxwell Archer"), David Opatoshu (as "Maxwell Archer"). Produced by Martin Gabel and Henry M. Margolis. Note: Filmed by Stanley Donen Films [distributed by Columbia Pictures] as Once More, with Feeling! (1960).

(1959). Stage Play: The Rivalry. Drama.

(1961) Stage: Appeared in "Big Fish, Little Fish" on Broadway. NOTE: Nominated for a Tony Award for Best Featured Dramatic Actor.

(1963). Stage Play: Children From Their Games.

(1965). Stage Play: Mrs. Daily.

(1970). Stage Play: Sheep on the Runway.

(1974). Stage Play: In Praise of Love. Written by Terence Rattigan. Scenic Design and Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Theoni V. Aldredge. Research Assistant to Mr. Melziner: J. Robin Modereger. Lighting Assistant to Mr. Mielziner: Richard Nelson. Wig Design by Paul Huntley. Miss Harris' Hair Styles by Ray Iagnocco. Directed by Fred Coe. Morosco Theatre: 10 Dec 1974- 31 May 1975 (200 performances + 7 previews that began on 3 Dec 1974). Cast: Martin Gabel (as "Mark Walters") [final Broadway role], Julie Harris (as "Lydia Cruttwell"), Rex Harrison (as "Sebastian Cruttwell "), Peter Burnell (as "Joey Cruttwell"). Standbys: Jennifer Bassey [credited as Joan Bassie] (as "Lydia Cruttwell"), Paul Sparer (as "Mark Walters/Sebastian Cruttwell"). Understudy: Bill Biskup (as "Joey Cruttwell"). Produced by Arthur Cantor.

(1960) He directed Jean Giraudoux's play, "Amphitryon 38," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Arlene Francis, Kent Smith and George Grizzard in the cast.

(1962) He directed John Van Druten's play, "Old Acquaintance," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Arlene Frances, Bill Berger, and Linda Robinson in the cast.

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