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(1939). Stage Play: Family Portrait. Drama. Written by Lenore J. Coffee and William J. Cowen. Incidental music by Lehman Engel. Scenic Design by Harry Horner. Costume Design by Harry Horner. Directed by Margaret Webster. Morosco Theatre: 8 Mar 1939- Jun 1939 (closing date unknown/111 performances). Cast: Judith Anderson (as "Mary"), Lois Austin (as "Reba"), Neal Berry (as "Joshua"), Virginia Campbell (as "Naomi"), Ruth Chorpenning (as "Anna"), Philip Coolidge (as "James"), Leonard Elliott (as "Disciple"), Tom Ewell (as "Simon"), William Foran (as "Mordecai"), Kathryn Grill (as "Selima"), Eula Guy (as "Hepziba") [final Broadway role], Ronald Hammond (as "Nathan"), James Harker (as "Juda"), Lois Jameson (as "Woman of Jerusalem"), Max Leavitt (as "Shepherd"), Will Lee (as "Mendel"), Josephine McKim (as "Esther"), Bram Nossen (as "Rabbi Samuel"), Ronald Reiss (as "Daniel"), Hugh Rennie (as "Mathias"), Guy Spaull (as "Appius Hadrian/Leban of Damascus"), Norman Stuart (as "Joseph"), Philip Truex (as "Eben/Daniel, at age 16"), Evelyn Varden (as "Mary Cleophas"), Margaret Webster (as "Mary of Magdala "). Produced by Cheryl Crawford. Produced in association with Day Tuttle and Richard Skinner.

(1938). Stage Play: Sunup to Sundown. Written by Francis Edward Faragoh. Directed by Joseph Losey. Hudson Theatre: 1 Feb 1938- Feb 1938 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: Leslie Barrett (as "Pogriski"), Henry Bashein (as "Ensemble"), Nancy Bashein (as "Ensemble"), Harris Berger (as "Ensemble"), Earl J. Brisgal (as "Slim"), Margery Britton (as "Ensemble"), Mills Brooke (as "Ensemble"), Frances Dworkin (as "Rosa"), Nonnie Edwards (as "Karen"), Thomas Fisher (as "Feher"), Lester Florant (as "Ensemble"), Sylvia Florant (as "Tessie"), Eugene Gericke (as "Andy Turner"), Walter Greaza (as "Alden Turner"), Eula Guy (as "Mrs. Hopkins"), Jack Jordan (as "Buddy Turner"), Percy Kilbride (as "Sam Fitch"), Sidney Lumet [credited as Sydney Lumet] (as "Stanley"), Jimmy Lydon (as "Jakey"), Ormond Lydon (as "Ensemble"), Anthony Maggi (as "Ensemble"), Jasper Mangione (as "Gonzales"), Frank Mannino (as "Cesare"), Florence McGee (as "Marta"), Billy Mintz (as "Ensemble"), Nt Mintz (as "Ramon"), Margaret Moore (as "Ensemble"), Gordon W. Pollock (as "Ensemble"), Stanley Povitch (as "Ensemble"), Charles Proctor (as "Ensemble"), Carl Benton (as "Reid Brockwell"), Joseph Singer (as "Di Marco"), Maxine Stuart (as "Pearl"), Mary Tarcai (as "Mrs. Gonzales"), Ruth Tobin (as "Ensemble"), James Todd (as "Dr. Toliver"), Ludmila Toretzka [credited as Ludmilla Toretzka] (as "Mrs. Di Marco"). Produced by D.A. Doran.

(1937). Stage Play: Work Is for Horses. Comedy. Directed by Anthony Brown. Windsor Theatre: 20 Nov 1937- Nov 1937 (closing date unknown/9 performances). Cast: Patricia Carroll (as "Pauline Prentiss"), Connie Gilchrist (as "Millie Prentiss"), Eula Guy (as "Clara Manning"), Robert Keith (as "Cornelius Prentiss"), James Todd (as "George Shattuck"), Jack Warren (as "Wilbur Tripp"), John Westley (as "T.V. Nash"). Produced by Anthony Brown.

(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.

(1921). Stage Play: The Great Broxopp. Comedy.

(1921). Stage Play: Dear Me. Comedy.

(1921- 1939). Active on Broadway in the following productions:


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