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(1929-1951). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1929). Stage Play: Journey's End. Drama. Written by R.C. Sherriff. Scenic Design by James Whale. Directed by James Whale [earliest Broadway credit]. Henry Miller's Theatre: 22 Mar 1929- 17 May 1930 (485 performances). Cast: Sol Douday (as "German Soldier"), Jack Hawkins (as "2nd Lieut. Hibbert") [Broadway debut], Colin Keith-Johnston (as "Captain Stanhope") [Broadway debut], Leon Quartermaine (as "Lieut. Osborne"), Evelyn Roberts (as "Captain Hardy"), Sidney Seaward (as "Sergeant Major"), Eric Stanley (as "Colonel"), Victor Stanley (as "Private Mason"), Henry Wenman (as "2nd Lieut. Trotter"), Derek Williams (as "2nd Lieut. Raleigh"). Produced by Gilbert Miller. Produced by arrangement with Maurice Browne.

(1939). Stage Play: Dear Octopus. Comedy. Written by Dodie Smith. Scenic Design by Gladys E. Calthrop. Directed by Glen Byam Shaw. Broadhurst Theatre: 11 Jan 1939- Feb 1939 (closing date unknown/53 performances). Cast: Alice Belmore (as "Nanny"), Naomi Campbell (as "Laurel Randolph"), Robert Craven (as "Kenneth Harvey"), Margaret Dale (as "Belle Schlessinger"), Lillian Gish (as "Grace Fenning/Fenny"), Georgia Harvey (as "Gertrude"), Jack Hawkins (as "Nicholas Randolph"), Rose Hobart (as "Cynthia Randolph") [final Broadway role], Phyllis Joyce (as "Hilda Randolph"), Reginald Mason (as "Charles Randolph"), Warren Mills (as "William (Bill) Harvey"), Shirley Poirier (as "Gwen (Flouncey) Harvey"), Phyllis Povah (as "Margery Harvey"), Helen Renee (as "Kathleen (Scrap) Kenton"), Peter Robinson (as "Hugh Randolph"), Ivy Troutman (as "Edna Randolph"), Lucile Watson (as "Dora Randolph"). Produced by John C. Wilson.

(1951). Stage Play: Romeo and Juliet. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Incidental music by David Diamond. Musical Director: Robert Stanley. Scenic Design and Costume Design by Oliver Messel. Directed by Peter Glenville. Broadhurst Theatre: 10 Mar 1951- 21 Apr 1951 (49 performances). Cast: Olivia de Havilland (as "Juliet, daughter to Capulet") [Broadway debut], Isobel Elsom (as "Lady Capulet, wife to Capulet"), Jack Hawkins (as "Mercutio, kinsman to the prince and friend to Romeo") [final Broadway role], James Hayter (as "Friar Laurence, a Franciscan"), Malcolm Keen (as "Capulet"), Evelyn Varden (as "Nurse to Juliet"), Douglass Watson [credited as Douglas Watson] (as "Romeo, son of Montague"), Dario Barri (as "Chorus"), Fran Benton (as "Chorus"), Rudy Bond (as "Gregory, servant to Capulet"), Robert Burr (as "Chorus"), Robert Duke (as "Paris, a young nobleman, kinsman to the prince"), Marshall Flaum (as "Chorus"), Jack Fletcher (as "Peter, servant to Juliet's nurse"), Alan Furlan (as "Watchman/Chorus"), Paul Genge (as "Apothecary"), Russell Gold (as "Chorus"), James Greene (as "Chorus") [Broadway debut], Carl Harbord (as "Friar John, a Franciscan"), Michael Higgins (as "Benvolio, nephew to Montague and friend to Romeo"), Page Johnson (as "Page to Paris"), Buck Kartalian (as "Sampson, servant to Capulet"), Karl Light (as "Balthasar, servant to Romeo"), John McKee (as "An Old Man, of the Capulet family"), Gregory Morton (as "Escalus, prince of Verona"), Felice Orlandi (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Patten (as "Lady Montague, wife to Montague"), John Perkins (as "Abraham, servant to Montague"), Gerald Price (as "Chorus"), Jo Rabb (as "Chorus"), Evangeline Raleigh (as "Chorus"), John Rallo (as "Chorus"), Herbert Ranson (as "Montague"), Patricia Roe (as "Chorus"), William Smithers (as "Tybalt, nephew to Lady Capulet") [Broadway debut], Susan Svetlik (as "Chorus"), Fred Vogel (as "Chorus"). Replacement actor: Marshall Flaum (as "Balthasar, servant to Romeo"). Produced by Dwight Wiman.

(1948) He acted in Hugh Ross Williamson's adaptation of John Bunyan's novel, "Pilgrim's Progress," at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, London, England with Robert Speaight, Abraham Sofaer, Baliol Holloway, and Cathleen Nesbitt in the cast. Malcolm Sargent conducted the orchestra and chorus. Ralph Reader was director of the Metropolitan Ballet.

New biography: Doreen Hawkins' 'Drury Lane to Dimapur: Wartime Adventures of an Actress' (Dovecote Press, UK 2009) covers Jack Hawkins' war years in ENSA in India and South East Asia, and the beginning of his film career in post-War England.

(1936-1937) He acted in Ian Hay's stage adaptation of Eugene Wallace's novel, "The Frog", at the Princes Theatre in London, England with Gordon Harker, Christine Barry, Frank Pettingell, Herbert Lomas, Percy Parsons and Cyril Smith in the cast.

(1935) He acted in Byers Robertson's play, "Coincidence," at the St. Martin's Theatre in London, England with Ena Burrill and Barry K. Barnes in the cast. Claud Gurney was director.

(1951) He acted in Christopher Fry's plays, "Thor with Angels" and "A Phoenix Too Frequent", at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Diana Churchill, Dorothy Tutin, George Cole, Eric Porter and Jessie Evans in the cast.

(April 22, 1940) He acted in Shakespeare Birthday Festival at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Ralph Richardson, Michael Redgrave, Donald Wolfit, Alec Guinness, Anthony Quayle, Sybil Thorndike, Lewis Casson, Ann Casson, Edward Chapman, Constance Cummings, Adele Dixon, Wilfrid Walter, Cathleen Nesbit, Jessica Tandy, George Howe, Vivienne Bennett, Peter Glenville, Abraham Sofaer, James Donald, Veronica Turleigh, Jill Esmond, and Alan MacNaughton in the cast.

(1939-1940) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "King Lear", at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with John Gielgud, Lewis Casson, Nicholas Hannen, Cathleen Nesbitt, Jessica Tandy, Fay Compton, Harcourt Williams, Andrew Cruickshank, Alan MacNaughtan, Robert Harris, Stephen Haggard, John McCallum and James Donald in the cast. Lewis Casson and Harley Granville-Barker were the directors.

(1939-1940) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "The Tempest", at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with John Gielgud, Jessica Tandy, Alec Guinness, Lewis Casson, Andrew Cruickshank, Marius Goring, John McCallum and Renée Asherson in the cast. George Devine and Marius Goring were the directors.

1931: "Autumn Crocus" by Dodie Smith (C.L. Anthony). Lyric Theatre, 29 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1. Cast list also included; Jessica Tandy, Martita Hunt, Fay Compton, May Agate and Frances Ledere,

1932: "Service" by C. L. Anthony. Wyndham's Theatre, Charing Cross Road, London WC2. Cast list also included; Leslie Banks, Tracy Holmes, Harding Steerman, Allan Jeayes, Dorothy Hamilton, Annie Esmond, Robert Gilbert, Iris March, J H Roberts, Edwin Dodds, Vivienne Desmond, Phyllis Dalby, Basil Moss, Elizabeth Arnold, Evelyn Moore, George Cross, Daphne Lewis, Peggy Simpson, Townsend Whitling, Margaret Emden, Tony Halfpenny, Phyllis Morris, Valerie Skardon, Ann Todd, Dorothy Hamilton, Joyce Kennedy, Stafford Hilliard.

(1935) He played Horatio in William Shakespeare's "Hamlet" at the New Theatre in London, England with John Gielgud, Frank Vosper, Laura Cowie, Jessica Tandy, Glen Byam Shaw, George Howe, George Devine, William Devlin, Anthony Quayle, Alec Guinness, Ben Field, and Geoffrey Toone in the cast. John Gielgud was director.

(1934) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Hamlet," at the New Theatre in London, England with John Gielgud, Frank Vosper, Laura Cowie, Jessica Tandy, George Devine, Anthony Quayle, Alec Guinness (played Osric), William Devlin, Glen Byam Shaw, George Howe, Sam Beazley, Geoffrey Toone, and Frith Banbury in the cast. John Gielgud was director.

(June 1939-July 1939) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Hamlet," at the Lyceum Theatre in London, England with John Gielgud, Fay Compton, Laura Cowie, Harry Andrews, Andrew Cruikshank, and Marius Goring in the cast.

(1940) He acted in Oscar Wilde's play, "The Importance of Being Earnest," at the Globe Theatre in London, England with John Gielgud, Edith Evans, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Peggy Ashcroft, Margaret Rutherford, George Howe, Clive Woods, and Kingston Trollope in the cast. John Gielgud was also director.

(September 4,1939) He acted in Oscar Wilde's play, "The Importance of Being Earnest," at the Golders Green Hippodrome Theatre in Golders Green, London, England with John Gielgud, Edith Evans, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Peggy Ashcroft, Margaret Rutherford, George Howe, and John Perry in the cast.

(October 1939) He acted in Oscar Wilde's play, "The Importance of Being Earnest," at the Streatham Hill Theatre in Streatham Hill, London, England with John Gielgud, Edith Evans, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Peggy Ashcroft, Margaret Rutherford, and George Howe in the cast.

(1939) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Hamlet", at the Elsinore Theatre in London, England with John Gielgud, Laura Cowie and Fay Compton in the cast. John Gielgud was also the director.

(1925) He played Dunois page in George Bernard Shaw's play, "Saint Joan," at the New Theatre in London, England with Sybil Thorndike, Milton Rosmer, Raymond Massey, Ernest Thesiger, Lewis Casson, and OB Clarence in the cast. Charles Ricketts was designer.

(February 6, 1951) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Romeo and Juliet," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Olivia DeHavilland in the cast.


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