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(1914- 1932). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1914). Stage Play: The Dummy. Written by Harvey J. O'Higgins and Harriet Ford. Hudson Theatre: 13 Apr 1914- Oct 1914 (closing date unknown/200 performances). Cast: Joseph Brennan, Frank Connor, Ada Dwyer, Edward Ellis, Joyce Fair, Arthur Hohl (as "Chal Fisher") [Broadway debut], Nicholas Judels, Charles Mylott, Edith Shayne [Broadway debut], Ernest Truex (as "Barney Cook"), Joseph Tuohy, John N. Wheeler. Understudy: Clare Boothe Luce (as "Little Girl"). Produced by Play-Producing Co. Note: Filmed by Famous Players Film Company [distributed by Paramount Pictures] as The Dummy (1917).

(1916). Stage Play: Ghosts (Revival). Written by Henrik Ibsen. Comedy Theatre: 7 May 1916- 26 May 1917 (unknown performances). Cast: Arthur Hohl (as "Pastor Manders"), Arthur Hohl [credited as Arthur E. Hohl], Margaret Mower, José Ruben, Mary Shaw, T.W. Wilson. Produced by The Washington Square Players.

(1916). Stage Play: Literature (Revival). Written by Arthur Schnitzler. Translated by Andre Tridon. Comedy Theatre: 30 Aug 1916- unknown (unknown performances/played in repertory with Eugenically Speaking, A Miracle of St. Anthony, A Bear, A Merry Death, Lover's Luck, The Sugar House, Sisters of Susanne, Trifles, Another Way Out, Bushido, Altruism, The Last Straw, A Private Account, The Hero of Santa Maria, The Death of Tintagiles, Plots and Playwrights, The Poor Fool, Sganarelle, and Pariah). Cast: Elinor Cox, Raymond Ellegood, Florence Enright, Betty Flammer, Walter Frankl, Spalding Hall, Edwin Hicks, Arthur Hohl, Jack Le Clercq, Harriet Merwin, Ralph Roeder, Estelle Rooge, Jean Strange, Robert Strange, James G. Terbell, Helen Westley, Roland Young. Produced by The Washington Square Players.

(1917). Stage Play: The Life of Man. Written by Leonid Andreyev. Comedy Theatre: 14 Jan 1917- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Elinor Cox, T.W. Gibson, Arthur Hohl (as "He"), Jean Robb, José Ruben, Marjorie Vonnegut, Helen Westley. Produced by The Washington Square Players.

(1917). Stage Play: In the Zone. Written by Eugene O'Neill. Comedy Theatre: 31 Oct 1917- 27 Apr 1918 (unknown performances). Produced by The Washington Square Players.

(1918). Stage Play: Youth. Written by Miles Malleson. Comedy Theatre: 20 Feb 1918- 9 Mar 1918 (unknown performances). Cast: Edward Balzerit, Edward F. Flammer, Arthur Hohl, Sam Jaffe [credited as Samuel Jaffe] (as "Reverend Samuel Gardner") [Broadway debut], John King, Saxon Kling, Robert Strange, Jay Strong, James Terbell, Marjorie Vonnegut, Helen Westley. Produced by The Washington Square Players.

(1918). Stage Play: Mrs. Warren's Profession (revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Mary Shaw. Comedy Theatre: 11 Mar 1918- 20 Apr 1918 (unknown performances). Cast: Arthur Hohl (as "Mr. Praed"), Sam Jaffe (as "Rev. Samuel Gardner"), Saxon Kling (as "Frank Gardner"), Diantha Pattison (as "Vivie Warren"), Mary Shaw, Robert Strange (as "Sir George Crofts"). Produced by The Washington Square Players. Note: This was the second revival of a total four to date.

(1920). Stage Play: The Power of Darkness. Tragedy. Written by Leo Tolstoy. Garrick Theatre: 15 Jan 1920- Mar 1920 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1920). Stage Play: Martinique. Romance. Written by Laurence Eyre. Eltinge 42nd Street Theatre: 26 Apr 1920- May 1920 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Margaret Bird, Helen Blair, Liane Byron, Vincent Coleman, Donald Coll, Emmett Corrigan, Juliette Crosby, Frank Dawson, Marion Dyer (as "Loulouze"), Stewart Evans, Edwin Hensley, Robert Heyworth, Arthur Hohl (as "Rufe Quembo"), Roy Hunt, Charles Kraus, Mercides Lee, Mary Laura Moore, Elsa Roem, Maidel Turner, Josephine Victor, Fleming Ward (as "Paul Vauclin"), Ida Waterman (as "Madame De Chauvalons"). Produced by Walter Hast.

(1921). Stage Play: Eyvind of the Hills. Tragedy. Written by Jóhann Sigurjónsson. Directed by Frank Conroy. Greenwich Village Theatre: 28 Feb 1921- Mar 1921 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Charles P. Bates, Byron Beasley, Ed Begley (as "Jon"), Gus Beuerman, Hallem Bosworth, Elfin Finn, Gene Raymond [credited as Raymond Guion] (as "A Shepherd Boy"), Henry Hebert [credited as Henry Herbert] (as "Arnes"), Arthur Hohl (as "Karl"), Eleanor Johnson, Beatrice Moreland, Lloyd Neal, Helen Olcott, Edmond J. Pardy, Gwendolyn Piers, Helene Russell, Marguerite Tebeau, Margaret Wycherly (as "Halla"). Produced by Conroy and Meltzer.

(1922). Stage Play: Montmartre. Drama. Based on the French of Pierre Frondaie as translated by Benjamin Glazer. Directed by Clarke Silvernail. Belmont Theatre: 13 Feb 1922- May 1922 (closing date unknown/112 performances). Cast included: John Anthony (as "Parmain"), Vashti Bockmiller (as "A Gendarme"), Roy Bucklee (as "Claude"), Mona Bundoon (as "A Maid"), Karl Carmen (as "Edmond"), Emile Collins (as "Another Waiter"), Frank Connor (as "Satint-Serge"), Bertha Diamond (as "Patron"), Frank Doane, Mildred Gibson, Winifred Harris, Arthur Hohl (as "Pierre Marschal"), May Hopkins (as "Elaine de Morennes"), Brandon Hurst (as "Jean Tavernier"), Frank Huyler (as "Georges"), Dorrit Kelton, Helen Lowell (as "Camille/Duchess de Grival"), Frank Martins, Dora Matthews (as "A Girl"), Alta Mearkle, James Meughan, Anne Morris, Oliver Putnam, Gerald Randall, Virginia Sale, Clarke Silvernail (as "A Gypsy Violinist/Robert"), Marguerite Sinclair, Bertha Skinner, Teddy Solpult, Wells Spaulding, Lucille Wall, Helen Ware (as "Charlotte"), Gail Webster, Rose Winter. Produced by The Players' Assembly.

(1922). Stage Play: It Is the Law. Melodrama. Written by Elmer Rice. Ritz Theatre: 29 Nov 1922- Mar 1923 (closing date unknown/125 performances). Cast: Charles P. Bates, Rose Burdick, John Burr, Joe De Stefani, Charles Goodrich, Arthur Hohl (as "Albert Woodruff"), Thomas Hood, William Ingersoll (as "Theodore Cummings"), Ralph Kellard, James Linhart, Alexander Onslow, Hans Robert, John Francis, Richard Stevenson, Alma Tell (as "Ruth"), Jack Thorne, Valerie Valaire, A.H. Van Buren (as "William Elliott"), Walter Walker, Frank H. Westerton. Produced by Samuel Wallach. Note: Filmed as It Is the Law (1924) by Fox. Arthur Hohl reprised role in film.

(1927). Stage Play: Sam Abramovitch. Written by François Porché. Book adapted by Charlton Andrews. National Theatre: 18 Jan 1927- Jan 1927 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Richard Abbott, Charles Adams, Mark Adams, Kirk Ames (as "Second Clerk"), Ainsworth Arnold (as "Prof. Ranke"), Harry Barker, Maud Brooks, Edward Chodorov (as "An Italian Immigrant") [Broadway debut], Ruth Chorpenning (as "Aunt Miriam/Zmira"), Julia Cohn, Gerald Cornell, John Davis, Pedro de Cordoba (as "Sam Abromovitch"), Vyvyan Dobbie, Fred J. Fairbanks, Mary Fowler, William Frederic, Richard Freeman, Leah Hanna, Arthur Hohl (as "Moses Rosenfeld"), Ernest Howard, Lee Kohlmar (as "Wolf Joseph"), Will Marsh, Kate Morgan, George Offerman Jr., Marie Offerman, Lillian Okun, Adele Ronson, Charles MacLean Savage, Charles Walters, Edna Washburn. Produced by Anne Nichols.

(1927). Stage Play: Wall Street.

(1927). Stage Play: The Trial of Mary Dugan. Melodrama. Written by Bayard Veiller. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. National Theatre: 19 Sep 1927-Oct 1927 (closing date unknown/437 performances). Cast: Michelette Baroni, Robert Beggs, Rex Cherryman, Robert Cummings (as "Police Inspector Hunt"), John P. Dougherty, Charles Edwards, Ann Harding (as "Mary Dugan"), Louis Jean Heydt (as "Harry Jones"), Arthur Hohl (as "District Attorney Galway"), Edwin T. Jones, Cyril Keightley (as "Edward West"), Anna Kostant, Barton MacLane (as "Assistant District Attorney"), Merle Maddern, Jasper Mangione, Leona Maricle (as "Dagmar Lorne") [Broadway debut], Lewis McMichael, Dennie Moore (as "Mary Harris"), Oscar Polk (as "James Madison"), Julia Ralph (as "Mrs. Kate Burton"), John Ravold, Dean Raymond, Marie Santas, Jack Sayer, John Sharkey, Robert Williams. Produced by A.H. Woods.

(1929). Stage Play: Becky Sharp. Comedy (revival). Written by Langdon Mitchell. Directed by Dudley Digges. Knickerbocker Theater: 3 June 1929- June 1929 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: A.G. Andrews, Bruce Bairnsfather, Edith Barrett, Doan Borrup, Agnes Brady, Donald Brian, Etienne Girardot (as "Lord Bareacres"), Thomas Gomez, Helen Freeman, Nedda Harrigan, Gordon Hart, Roland Hogue, Arthur Hohl, Henry Mortimer, Basil Sydney, Raymond Thayer, Adele Walker, Genevieve Williams, Cecily Work, Mrs. Thomas Wise, Ida Mulle. Produced by the Players Club.

(1930). Stage Play: Mayfair. Drama. Written and directed by Laurence Eyre. Belmont Theatre: 17 Mar 1930- Mar 1930 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Derek Glynne, Chrystal Herne (as "Rosamund, Lady Clarges"), Arthur Hohl (as "Mr. William Danvers"), Stapleton Kent (as "Atkins"), Hugh Millar, Elaine Temple. Produced by Richard Herndon.

(1930). Stage Play: Twelfth Night. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Incidental music by Macklin Marrow. Directed by Andrew Leigh. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 15 Oct 1930- Dec 1930 (closing date unknown/65 performances). Cast: Jane Cowl (as "Viola"), Leon Quartermaine (as "Malvolio, Olivia's steward"), Marietta Bitters (as "Musician"), Jerry Bowman (as "Sebastian, Viola's twin brother"), Elise Breton (as "Lady in Olivia's house"), Gordon Burby (as "Antonio, a sea captain"), Joyce Carey (as "Olivia, a countess"), Evelyn Evans (as "Lady in Olivia's house"), Derek Fairman (as " Second Officer/Sailor/Page to the Duke"), Alfred Flanders (as "Lord in Orsino's house"), Coburn Goodwin (as "Orsino, Duke of Illyria"), Kirk Henty (as "Curio, attendant of Orsino"), Arthur Hohl (as "Sir Andrew Aguecheek, companion of Sir Toby"), Walter Kingsford (as "Sir Toby Belch, Olivia's kinsman"), Robert Lowe (as "Sea Captain"), Lewis Martin (as "Feste, a jester in Olivia's household"), William Qualey (as "Sailor"), Jessie Ralph (as "Maria, Olivia's waiting woman"), Henry Richards (as "Valentine, attendant of Orsino"), Harry Sothern (as "Fabian, inhabitant of Illyria"), Harry Thorne (as "Musician"), Jane Traylor, Harry Waller (as "Musician"), George Wilcox (as "Lord in Orsino's house"). Produced by 'Kenneth MacGowan' and Joseph Verner Reed.

(1932). Stage Play: Distant Drums. Drama. Written by Dan Totheroh. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Belasco Theatre: 18 Jan 1932- Feb 1932 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Beulah Bondi (as "Mrs. Pike"), Mabel Colcord (as "Mrs. Shaw"), Richard Cubitt, Leo Curley, Edward Ellis (as "Quincey Briddleman"), Thomas B. Findlay, Eda Heinemann (as "Mrs. Sawyer"), Arthur Hohl (as "Harris Wolfhill") [final Broadway role], James P. Houston, Charles Kuhn, William Lawson, Pauline Lord, Maurice McRae, Mary Michael, Kate Morgan, Edward Pawley, Edward Potter, John Ravold, Margherita Sargent. Produced by Guthrie McClintic.

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