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(1931- 1956). Performed on Broadway in the following productions:

(1931). Stage Play: Counsellor-at-Law. Drama. Written by Elmer Rice. Directed by Elmer Rice. Plymouth Theatre: 6 Nov 1931- Jul 1932 (closing date unknown/292 performances). Cast: Paul Muni (as "George Simon"), Sam Bonnell (as "John P. Tedesco"), Elmer Brown (as "Francis Clark Baird"), Jack Collins, June Cox (as "Richard Dwight, Jr."), John Hammond Dailey(as "Charles McFadden"), Dorothy Dodge (as "Lillian Larue"), Gladys Feldman (as "Zedorah Chapman"), Ned Glass (as "A Postman/David Simon") [Broadway debut], Jane Hamilton, Angela Jacobs, Marvin Kline, Malka Kornstein, Anna Kostant, Jack Leslie, T.H. Manning, Constance McKay, Jennie Moscowitz, Buddy Proctor, Louise Prussing, John Qualen, Lester Salkow, William Vaughn, David Vivian, Conway Washburne, Martin Wolfson (as "Harry Becker"), Victor Wolfson (as "A Tall Man"). Produced by Elmer Rice. Note: Filmed by Universal Pictures as Counsellor at Law (1933).

(1932). Stage Play: Counsellor-at-Law. Drama (revival). Written by Elmer Rice. Directed by Elmer Rice. Plymouth Theatre (moved to The 46th Street Theatre from 15 May 1933- close): 12 Sep 1932- May 1933 (closing date unknown/120 performances). Cast: Sam Bonnell (as "John P. Tedesco"), Elmer Brown (as "Francis Clark Baird"), Jack Collins, June Cox, John Crump, John Hammond Dailey (as "Charles McFadden"), Dorothy Day (as "Bessie Green"), John Garfield (as "Henry Susskind") [credited as Jules Garfield], Ned Glass (as "David Simon"), Jane Hamilton, Angela Jacobs (as "Goldie Rindskopf"), Malka Kornstein, Jack Leslie, T.H. Manning, Harry Mervis, Sue Moore, Jennie Moscowitz, James Mullin (as "A Postman"), Paul Muni (as "George Simon"), Buddy Proctor (as "An Errand Boy"), John Qualen (as "Johann Breitstein"), Mary Servoss (as "Cora Simon"), Ann Teeman, Doris Underwood, William Vaughn, David Vivian (as "Richard Dwight Jr."), Conway Washburne (as "Arthur Sandler"), Martin Wolfson (as "Harry Becker"), Victor Wolfson (as "A Tall Man"). Produced by Elmer Rice. Note: Filmed as by Universal Pictures as Counsellor at Law (1933).

(1934). Stage Play: Between Two Worlds. Drama. Written and directed by Elmer Rice. Belasco Theatre: 25 Oct 1934- Nov 1934 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Osceola Archer (as "Rose Henneford"), Edilou Bailhe, 'Samuel Bonnell' (as "The Photographer's Assistant"), Elmer Brown, Joe Brown Jr., Rose Burdick (as "Eunice Stafford"), John Cambridge, Francis Compton (as "The Smoke-room Steward"), Polly De Loos, Josephine Dunn, Lee Ellsworth, Buddy Farley, Gladys Feldman, Clyde Fillmore (as "Captain John Whalley"), Janet Fox, Ned Glass (as "A News-Photographer"), Rachel Hartzell, Alfred Hesse [credited as Alfred A. Hesse], Jack Leslie, Lester Lonergan III, Tucker Maguire, Nelly Malcolm, Thomas H. Manning, Frank Marino, Constance McKay, Sue Moore, Diantha Pattison (as "Hilda Bowen"), 'Leonard Penn, Sara Peyton, Buddy Proctor, R. Birrell Rawls, Wells Richardson, 'Cledge Roberts', Ralph Sanford, Joseph Schildkraut (as "N.N. Kovolev"), James Spottswood, Ruth Tomlinson, Anne Tonetti, Margaret Waller, Conway Washburne, Maurice Wells, Eric Wollencott. Produced by Elmer Rice. Note: Filmed by Warner Bros. as Between Two Worlds (1944).

(1936). Stage Play: Triple-A Plowed Under. Special production. News sketches written by 70 news reporters under the supervision of Morris Watson and Howard Cushman. Dramatized by 15 dramatists including Arthur Arent. Incidental music by Lee Wainer. Production Supervised by Ned Glass and John Brennan. Directed by H. Gordon Graham. Biltmore Theatre: 14 Mar 1936- May 1936 (closing date unknown/85 performances). Cast: James Brandleigh (as "Police Lieutenant"), Jane Johnson (as "Mrs. Sherwood"), Will Lee (as "Ensemble"), William Randolph (as "Narrator"). Produced by Living Newspaper Unit of the Federal Theatre Project of the WPA.

(1936). Stage Play: 1935. Special production. News sketches written by 70 news reporters under the supervision of Morris Watson and Howard Cushman. Dramatists by 15 dramatists including Arthur Arent. Incidental music by Lee Wainer. Scenic Design by Hjalmer Hermanson. Production Supervised by Ned Glass and John Brennan. Directed by H. Gordon Graham. Biltmore Theatre 12 May 1936- Jun 1936 (closing date unknown/34 performances). Cast: Unknown. Produced by Living Newspaper Unit of the Federal Theatre Project of the WPA.

(1956). Stage Play: The Hot Corner. Comedy. Written by Allen Boretz and 'Ruby Sully Boretz'. Scenic Design by Ralph Alswang. Costume Design by Virginia Volland. Lighting Design by Ralph Alswang. Stage Manager: Leonard Auerbach. Directed by Sam Levene. John Golden Theatre: 25 Jan 1956- 28 Jan 1956 (5 performances). Cast: Camila Ashland, Eric Brotherson, Horace Cooper, Vicki Cummings, Dortha Duckworth, Ned Glass (as "Felix Cassidy"), Daryl Grimes, Bern Hoffman, Harry Holcombe, Sam Levene (as "Fred Stanley"), Nan McFarland, Don Murray (as "Clarence "Lefty" McShane"), Dave Starr, Cliff Tatum. Produced by Eleanore Saidenberg.


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