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  • (1918 - 1941) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1918) Stage Play: The Betrothal. Written by Maurice Maeterlinck. Translated by Alexander Teixeira De Mattos. Directed by Winthrop Ames. Shubert Theatre (moved to The Century Theatre from 1 Feb 1919- close): 28 Nov 1918- Mar 1919 (closing date unknown/120 performances). Cast: H.J. Carvill (as "The Great Peasant"), Claude Cooper (as "Drunken Ancestor"), Georges Du Bois (as "Murderer Ancestor"), Augustin Duncan (as "The Great Ancestor"), Elwyn Eaton (as "The Great Mendicant"), Sylvia Field (as "Joy") [Broadway debut], Gladys George (as "Jalline") [Broadway debut], Winifred Lenihan (as "Belline") [Broadway debut], Barry Macollum (as "The Sick Ancestor"), Mrs. Jacques Martin (as "The Fairy Berylune"), Lillian Roth (as "Tyltyl's Grandchild"), Reggie Sheffield (as "Tyltyl"), Allen Thomas (as "The Rich Ancestor"), Henry Travers (as "Daddy Tyl"), June Walker (as "Roselle"), George Wolcott (as "Tyltyl's Last Born"), "Boots" Wooster (as "Milette"). Produced by Winthrop Ames.
  • (1934) Stage Play: Queer People. Comedy. Written by John Floyd. Based on a novel by Carroll Graham and Garrett Graham. Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman. Directed by Melville Burke. National Theatre: 15 Feb 1934- Feb 1934 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Cast: Frank Allworth (as "Edward Worth/A Policeman"), Flavia Arcaro (as "Madame Frankie Lee"), Joseph Burton (as "Sheriff"), Kay Carlin (as "Monica Mercedes"), Helen Claire (as "Dorothy"), Colleen Cooper (as "Eunice Stair, Miss Mississippi"), "Peppy" D'Albrew (as "Ricardo Roque"), Willard Dashiell (as "John Grew"), Frank De Sylva (as "Mandu"), James Fallon (as "Bellboy"), Walter Fenner (as "Johnny Rocco"), Dwight Frye (as "Frank Carson") [final Broadway role], Gladys George (as "Jane Wilson"), Wesley Givens (as "Bartender"), Jerry Hausner (as "Sammy Schmaltz"), Marga Herden (as "Ruth Schmaltz"), Herbert Heywood (as "Sol Snifkin"), Milly June (as "Peanuts Oliver"), Larry Keating [credited as Lawrence Keating] (as "Milton Hoffberger"), Billie Kemp (as "Fanny"), Walter Kevan (as "A Hotel Porter"), Ruth Lee (as "Gladys"), James Levers (as "Turnkey"), Leonard Lord (as "Joe Greet"), Sylvia Manners (as "Rosie"), Edna Mears (as "Louise Bagshaw"), Nita Naldi (as "Reatha Clore"), Charles O'Connor (as "Brady"), Frank Otto (as "Henry McGinnis"), Clara Palmer (as "Mrs. Grew"), Arthur Pierson (as "Gilbert Vance"), William Roselle (as "Albert Blynn"), W.W. Shuttleworth (as "A Policeman"), Hal Skelly (as "Theodore Anthony White, Whitey"), Ming Soy (as "Fanna Wong Yong"), Harry Vokes (as "Pop Schmaltz"), J. Arthur Young (as "Mr. Pappadoulous"). Produced by Galen Bogue.
  • (1934) Stage Play: The Milky Way. Comedy. Written by Lynn Root and Harry Clork. Directed by William W. Schorr. Cort Theatre: 8 May 1934- Jul 1934 (closing date unknown/63 performances). Cast: John Brown, Brian Donlevy (as "Speed McFarland"), Leo Donnelly (as "Gabby Sloan") [final Broadway role], Edward Emerson, William Foran, Gladys George (as "Anne Westey"), Emily Lowry, Hugh O'Connell (as "Burleigh Sullivan"), Bernard Pathe. Produced by Sidney Harmon and James R. Ullman. Note: Considering it did not recoup it's investment, this play proved surprising durable on film. It was purchased rather cheaply by Paramount-- recently out of receivership-- and produced as a Harold Lloyd vehicle as The Milky Way (1936) (a flop) and reworked a decade later by Samuel Goldwyn as The Kid from Brooklyn (1946) (a hit) with Danny Kaye in the starring role.
  • (1934) Stage Play: Personal Appearance. Comedy. Written by Lawrence Riley. Directed by Antoinette Perry and Brock Pemberton. Henry Miller's Theatre: 17 Oct 1934- Dec 1935 (closing date unknown/501 performances). Cast: Gladys George (as "Cecily Carewe, played by Carole Arden in the film "Drifting Lady" Appeared in film sequence only/Carole Arden"), Eula Guy (as "Aunt Kate Barnaby"), Otto Hulett (as "Gene Tuttle"), Dorrit Kelton (as "Jessie"), Philip Ober (as "Chester Norton/Bud"), Merna Pace, Leonard Penn, Minna Phillips (as "Mrs. Struthers/Addie"), John Robb, Florence Robinson (as "Gladys Kelcey"), Don Shelton. Produced by Brock Pemberton.
  • (1940) Stage Play: Lady in Waiting. Comedy. Written by Margery Sharp. Directed by Antoinette Perry. Martin Beck Theatre: 27 Mar 1940- 8 Jun 1949 (87 performances). Cast: Albert Allen, Stephen Ker Appleby, Anita Bolster, Michelette Burani, Lenore Chippendale, Carol Curtis-Brown, James Decker, Paul Foley, Gladys George, Mary Heberden, Walter Moore, Ethel Morrison, Alan Napier (as "Sir William Warring"), Leonard Penn (as "Fred Genocchio"), Guy Spaull. Produced by Brock Pemberton.
  • (1941) Stage Play: The Distant City. Written by Edwin B. Self. Scenic Design by Samuel Leve. Costume Design by Helene Pons. Directed by Edward Byron. Longacre Theatre: 22 Sep 1941- 23 Sep 1941 (2 performances). Cast: Lee Baker (as "Reverend Jonas West") [final Broadway role], Burke Clarke (as "Warden"), Len Doyle (as "Sergeant McKiernan"), Morgan Farley (as "Chaplain") [final Broadway role], Gertrude Flynn (as "Edna Scott"), Gladys George (as "Mom Quigley") [final Broadway role], Larry Hugo (as "Guard"), Merle Maddern (as "Mrs. Beatrice Prentiss West"), Gilbert Morgan (as "Policeman"), Leonard Penn (as "Lester Prentiss"), Ben Smith (as "Pete Quigley"), Louise Stanley (as "Mrs. Laura Prentiss"), Robert Vivian (as "David Hacket"). Produced by John Tuerk.
  • (December 23, 1940) She acted in Margery Sharp's play, "Lady in Waiting," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Alan Napier, Michelette Burnai, Carol Curtis-Brown, Richard Fraser, Lenore Chippendale, Anita Bolster, Paul A. Foley, John Parrish, Audrey Ridgwell, Robert Breen, Leonard Penn, Ethel Morrison, Richard Gould, and George Spelvin in the cast. John Root was set designer. Antoinette Perry was director. Brock Pemberton was producer.

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