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(1929- 1942). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1929). Stage Play: S.S. Glencairn (Revival). Written by Eugene O'Neill. Directed by E.J. Ballantine. Provincetown Playhouse: 9 Jan 1929- Mar 1929 (closing date unknown/90 performances). Cast: Walter Abel, Montague Ash, E.J. Ballantine (as "Smitty"), Barbara Benedict, Louise Bradley, Robert Lucius Cook, Christine Cooper, Max Essin, Richard Gaines (as "Paul, Crew of the British Tramp Steamer Glencairn") [Broadway debut], Evelyn Hill Singer Ena Hourwich, Mary Johns, Harold McGee, Dorothee Nolan, Madeline Ray, H.L. Remsten, Byron Russell (as "Driscoll, Crew of the British Tramp Steamer Glencairn"), Lucienne Schreve, Archie Sinclair, Lionel Stander, George Tawde, George Tobias (as "Ivan, Crew of the British Tramp Steamer Glencairn"), Charles A. Wagner. Produced by The Provincetown Players.

(1930). Stage Play: A Glass of Water. Comedy. Written by Eugène Scribe [posthumous credit]. Directed by Maria Germanova. American Laboratory: 5 Mar 1930- Mar 1930 (closing date unknown/9 performances). Cast: Britton Diller (as "Arthur Masham"), Emily Floyd (as "Lady Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough"), Richard Gaines (as "The Marquis de Torcy, Ambassador of Louis XIV"), Maria Germanova (as "Queen Anne of England"), Elaine Howe (as "Lady Abercrombie"), Charles Kradoska (as "Henry St. John, the Viscount Bolingbroke"), Angela Mulinos (as "Abigail Churchill"), William Post (as "Lord Harley, Earl of Oxford"), Karl Swenson (as "Thompson"), Frances Williams (as "Lady Albemarle"). Note: Filmed by Deutsche Film Hansa [West Germany] as A Glass of Water (1960) [A Glass of Water] and has been produced on French TV numerous times.

(1938). Stage Play: Abe Lincoln in Illinois. Drama. Written by Robert E. Sherwood. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Elmer Rice. Plymouth Theatre: 15 Oct 1938- Dec 1939 (closing date unknown/472 performances). Cast: Raymond Massey (as "Abraham Lincoln"), Ora Alexander, Dorothy Allan (as "The Edwards' Maid"), Frank Andrews (as "Mentor Graham"), Lloyd Barry (as "Tad Lincoln"), Bette Benfield (as "Ensemble"), Hubert Brown, Everett Charlton (as "Bab/Cavalry Captain/Militia Captain"), George Christie, David Clarke (as "Feargus/Donner"), May Collins, Glenn Coulter, Howard Da Silva (as "Jack Armstrong"), Dearon Darnay (as "Ensemble"), Robert Fitzsimmons (as "Ensemble"), Lillian Foster (as "Nancy Green"), John Gerard (as "Barrick"), Dorothy Greeley (as "Ensemble"), Arthur Griffin, David Hewes (as "Ensemble"), Alfred Jenkins (as "Ensemble"), Walter Kapp (as "Ensemble"), Muriel Kirkland (as "Mary Todd"), Harry Levian, Adele Longmire (as "Ann Rutledge"), George Malcolm, Lewis Martin, Kevin McCarthy (as "Jasp" / "Phil"), Lex Parrish (as "Willie Lincoln"), John Payne (as "Robert Lincoln"), Albert Phillips, Wendell K. Phillips (as "William Herndon"), McKinley Reeves, Elizabeth Reller, Marion Rooney, Herbert Rudley, Bert Schorr, Allen Shaw, Howard Sherman, Lotte Stawisky, Anne Stevenson, Calvin Thomas (as "Joshua Speed"), Thomas F. Tracey (as "Sturveson"), John Triggs (as "Ogleby"), Frank Tweddell (as "Crimmin"), Iris Whitney, Dolores Williams (as "Ensemble"), Joseph Wiseman (as "Ensemble") [Broadway debut], Harrison Woodhull (as "Ensemble"). Replacement cast: Alexander Clark (as "Ninian Edwards"), John Corington (as "Ensemble"), Augusta Dabney (as "The Edwards' Maid"), Thomas Daly (as "Ensemble"), Edward Downes (as "Kavanaugh"), Robert Fitzsimmons (as "Feargus"), Peter Flint (as "Ensemble"), Richard Gaines (as "Abe Lincoln"), Fred Herrick (as "Seth Gale"), Wardell Jennings (as "Jasp"), Ted Kral (as "Ensemble"), Louis Marsh (as "Ensemble"), Mary Michael (as "Nancy Green"), James Moore (as "Sturveson"), Paul Nevens (as "Robert Lincoln"), William Norton (as "Ben Mattling"), Robert Porterfield (as "Jack Armstrong"), Grandon Rhodes (as "Joshua Speed"), Marion Rooney (as "Nancy Green"), Joanna Roos (as "Mary Todd"), Richard Ross (as "Ensemble"), Lewis L. Russell (as "Judge Bowling Green"), Margaret Stallings (as "Ensemble"), Anne Stevenson (as "The Lincolns' Maid"), David Stevenson (as "Ensemble"), Conway Washburn (as "Jed/Trum Cogdal"), Iris Whitney (as "Aggie Gale, The Edwards' Maid"), Jesse Wynne (as "Ensemble"). Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Sidney Howard). Note: Filmed as Abe Lincoln in Illinois (1940).

(1941). Stage Play: In Time to Come. Drama. Written by Howard Koch and John Huston. Directed by Otto Preminger. Mansfield Theatre: 28 Dec 1941- 31 Jan 1942 (40 performances). Cast: Maurice Burke, Alexander Clark (as "Dr. Cary Grayson"), Russell Collins (as "Col. House"), Philip Coolidge (as "Smith"), Richard Gaines (as "Woodrow Wilson"), Robert Gray, James Gregory (as "Dillan"), Nedda Harrigan (as "Edith Bolling Wilson"), William Harrigan (as "Tumulty"), House Jameson (as "Sen. Lodge"), Harold J. Kennedy (as "Terry"), John M. Kline (as "Henry White"), Arnold Korff (as "Monsieur Pichon"), Edgar Mason (as "Price"), Randolph Preston, Joseph Quaranto, Bernard Randall (as "Judge Brandeis"), Rene Roberti, Vincenzo Rocco (as "Signor Orlando"), Guy Sorel (as "Clemenceau") [Broadway debut], Harold Young (as "Lloyd George"). Produced by Otto Preminger.

(1942). Stage Play: The Walking Gentleman. Drama. Written by George Perkins and Fulton Oursler. Scenic Design by Harry Horner. Lighting Design by Feder. Directed by Marion Gering. Belasco Theatre: 7 May 1942- 12 May 1942 (6 performances). Cast: Ross Chetwynd (as "Newcome"), Clay Clement (as "Savage"), Clarence Derwent (as "Sam Hertz"), Jane Forbes (as "Connie"), Ruth Thea Ford (as "Miss Marshall"), Victor Francen (as "Basil Forrest"), Arlene Francis (as "Doris"), Richard Gaines (as "Dr. Blake") [final Broadway role], Toni Gilman (as "Myrtle Tracey"), Lew Hearn (as "Wrinkles"), A.J. Herbert (as "Poole"), Arnold Korff (as "Father Benoit"), Margery Maude (as "Mrs. Shriver"), Roderick Maybee (as "Electrician/Officer Blum"), Oscar Polk (as "Marmot"), Margo Railton (as "Elsie Ellis"), Cledge Roberts (as "Jim Lake"), George Spaulding (as "Frazier"), David Stewart (as "Lanyon"). Produced by Albert Lewis and Marion Gering.


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