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(1887- 1933). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1887). Stage Play: Lorraine. Musical comedy/opera. Original German Libretto by Oscar Walther. English Adaptation by William J. Henderson. Music by Rudolph Dellinger. Musical Director: Adolf Neuendorff. Scenic Design by Joseph Clare. Stage Manager: E.T. Steyne. Star Theatre: 28 Feb 1887- 12 Mar 1887 (14 performances).

(1887). Stage Play: The Begum. Musical comedy/opera. Libretto by Harry B. Smith. Music by Reginald De Koven [earliest Broadway credit]. Musical Director: Adolph Nowak. Scenic Design by Joseph Clare. Costume Design by Mathilde Cottrelly. Fifth Avenue Theatre: 21 Sep 1887- 10 Dec 1887 (22 performances). Cast: Digby Bell (as "Myhnt-Jhuleep") [Broadway debut], Laura Joyce Bell, Nina Bertini, Mathilde Cottrelly (as "The Begum of Oude"), Jefferson De Angelis, Paula Franko, Edwin Hoff, DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Howja-Dhu"), Josephine Knapp, Harry MacDonough, Marion Manola, Annie Meyers, Grace Seavey, Hubert Wilke (as "Klam-Chowdee") [Broadway debut]. Produced by McCaull Opera Comique Company.

(1888). Stage Play: Casey at the Bat. Special/solo performance. Written by Ernest Lawrence Thayer. Wallack's Theatre: 14 Aug 1888 (1 performance). Cast: DeWolf Hopper Sr..

(1889). Stage Play: The Charlatan. Musical comedy/opera. Book by Charles Klein. Lyrics by Charles Klein [earliest Broadway credit]. Music by John Philip Sousa. Musical Director: Paul Steindorff. Directed by H.A. Cripps. Harlem Opera House (moved to The Knickerbocker Theatre from 5 Sep 1898- 8 Oct 1898, then moved to The Fifth Avenue Theatre from 11 May 1899- close): 5 Dec 1899- 17 Jun 1899 (82 performances). Cast: Charles Arthur (as "Showman"), George Barnum [credited as George W. Barnum] [as "Captain Peshofski") [Broadway debut], Nella Bergen (as "Anna, alias Princess Ruchkowski"), Adine Bouvier (as "Grand Duchess"), Catherine Carlisle (as "Sophia"), Arthur Cunningham (as "Grand Duke"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Demidoff"), Alice Judson (as "Katrinka"), Alfred Klein (as "Jelikoff"), Mark Price (as "Gogol"), Edmund Stanley (as "Prince Boris"), Harry P. Stone (as "Koreff"). Produced by De Wolf Hopper Opera Company.

(1891). Stage Play: Wang. Musical comedy/operetta. Music by Woolfson Morse. Libretto by Cheever Goodwin. Featuring songs by Leo Friedman. Featuring songs with lyrics by George Lieb.

(1900). Stage Play: Fiddle-dee-dee. Musical [production was composed of the following shows: Fiddle-dee-dee, Quo Vass Iss? Arizona, Exhibit II]. All shows directed by Julian Mitchell. Weber and Fields' Broadway Music Hall: 6 Sep 1900- 20 Apr 1901 (262 performances). Fiddle-dee-dee: Music by John Stromberg. Book by Edgar Smith. Lyrics by Edgar Smith. Scenic Design by John H. Young. Costume Design by Will R. Barnes. Musical Direction by John Stromberg. Cast: George Ali (as "Leo"), Eva Allen (as "Ensemble"), Josephine Allen (as "Fantine"), Merrie Andrews (as "Ensemble"), Cora Appleby (as "Ensemble"), Florence Bell (as "Ensemble"), Gladys Canby (as "Ensemble"), Bessie Clayton (as "Specialty Dancer"), Florence Deshone (as "Ensemble"), Genevieve Dolaro (as "Asbury Sands"), Florence Dressler (as "Fourchette"), Blondie Dyer (as "Ensemble"), Marie Early (as "Ensemble"), Lotta Fellows (as "Ensemble"), Lew Fields (as "Rudolf Bungstarter"), Mazie Follette (as "Fandango/Ensemble"), Virginia Foltz (as "Budd Carmichael/Basbleu"), Charles Fostelle (as "Birdie McSorley"), Olive Green (as "Ensemble"), Dappy Grey (as "J. Withers Belton"), Ben Hapgood (as "Ingambe"), Lillian Heckler (as "Wilton Warmington"), Leona Hilbon (as "Dodge Carr/Duryea Starchleigh"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Hoffman Barr"), Violet Jewell (as "Ensemble/Seguedilla"), John T. Kelly (as "Ignatius McSorley"), May Kissam (as "Ensemble"), Phyllis La Fond (as "Bolero/Ensemble"), Bonnie Maginn (as "Mariette/Nestor Puffer"), May McKenzie (as "Cinqcentime"), Goldie Mohr (as "Nervie Tartington/Charley Horseleigh"), Harold T. Morey (as "Pourboire"), May Page (as "Ensemble"), Grace Pierrepont (as "Ensemble/Garta"), Ilma Pratt (as "Ensemble/Torchon"), Inez Ray (as "Ensemble"), Jessie Richmond (as "Madison Parks"), Belle Robinson (as "Googoo/Cachuca"), Lillian Russell (as "Mrs. Waldorf Meadowbrook"), Dottie Ryder (as "Ensemble"), Margaret Sayer (as "Bilkarine"), Clara Selden (as "Ensemble"), Mae Sherwood (as "Sterling Kane/Ensemble"), Myra Smith (as "Allez"), Georgia Stewart (as "Ensemble"), Nata Stromberg (as "Forrest Holmes"), Fay Templeton (as "La Belle Zara"), Poney Upton (as "Ensemble"), Irene Vera (as "Frizette"), Vernie Wadsworth (as "Claremont Riverside"), Carrie Waite (as "Ensemble"), Mazie Walzinger (as "Ensemble"), David Warfield (as "Shadrach Leschinski"), Joe Weber (as "Michael Krautknuckle"), Rhoda Wheeler (as "Ensemble"), Carrie Willis (as "Valencienne"). (1) Quo Vass Iss? [closed on 17 Oct 1900 after 48 performances]. Music by John Stromberg. Book by Edgar Smith. Lyrics by Edgar Smith. Scenic Design by John H. Young. Costume Design by Will R. Barnes. Musical Director: John Stromberg. A burlesque of "Quo Vadis" by Hugh Stanislaus Stange. From the novel by Henryk Sienkiewicz. Cast: George Ali (as "Sparrus Copus"), Eva Allen (as "Peddlus Potatus"), Josephine Allen (as "Popcornea"), Florence Bell (as "Jabba"), Lew M. Fields (as "Smallus"), Mazie Follette (as "Pumpia"), Virginia Foltz (as "Bogus Extrus"), Ben Hapgood (as "Infamous Touchus"), Leona Hilbon (as "Chirpnos"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Petrolius"), Violet Jewell (as "Deodorus"), John T. Kelly (as "Zero"), Phyllis La Fond (as "Rubba"), Bonnie Maginn (as "Spoonice"), Goldie Mohr (as "Acta"), Harold T. Morey (as "Tickelritus/Punctus Tireas"), Grace Pierrepont (as "Porus Plasta"), Ilma Pratt (as "Catapilla"), Inez Ray (as "Slashus"), Belle Robinson (as "Numonia"), Charles J. Ross (as "Marcus Finishus"), Margaret Sayer (as "Starvus"), Clara Selden (as "Plexus"), Mae Sherwood (as "Duflikus Tumatus"), Myra Smith (as "Stabba"), Georgia Stewart (as "Killa"), Fay Templeton (as "Lythia"), David Warfield (as "Hilo"), Joe Weber (as "Fursus"), Carrie Willis (as "Quininius Malarius"), Marie Worthington (as "Solus"). (2) Arizona [opened on 18 Oct 1900 and closed 19 Dec 1900 after 73 performances]. A musical burlesque. Music by John Stromberg. Book by Edgar Smith. Lyrics by Edgar Smith. Scenic Design by John H. Young. Costume Design by Will R. Barnes. Musical Direction by John Stromberg. A burlesque on the play by Augustus Thomas. Cast: Madge Adae (as "Chorus"), George Ali (as "Ham Song"), Eva Allen (as "Chorus"), Nettie Barton (as "Chorus"), Florence Bell (as "Pupa Chihuahua"), Edna Birch (as "Chorus"), Lew M. Fields (as "Sergeant Killer"), Mazie Follette (as "Cherokee Kid"), Virginia Foltz (as "Lieutenant Frolic"), Charles Fostelle (as "Mrs. Cannedbeef"), Mamie Gould (as "Chorus"), Dappy Grey (as "Chorus"), Grace Heckler (as "Chorus"), Lillian Heckler (as "Chorus"), Leona Hilbon (as "Montezuma Matt"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Henry Cannedbeef"), Violet Jewell (as "Hi Roper"), Ethel Jewett (as "Chorus"), John T. Kelly (as "Colonel Bunjam"), Phyllis La Fond (as "Lariat Luke"), Bonnie Maginn (as "Lieutenant Stung"), Carrie May (as "Antonia Alamo"), May McKenzie (as "Juan Sombrero"), Goldie Mohr (as "Alkali Bill"), Harold T. Morey (as "Doctor Felon"), Grace Pierrepont (as "Apache Charley"), Ilma Pratt (as "Miss MacCrullers"), Jessie Richmond (as "Chorus"), Belle Robinson (as "El Paseo Pete"), Charles J. Ross (as "Lieutenant Tention"), Lillian Russell (as "Sarsaparilla"), Margaret Sayer (as "Buck Saddler"), Mae Sherwood (as "Pop Gunner"), Myra Smith (as "Durango Colorado"), Georgia Stewart (as "Chiaca Tamale"), Fay Templeton (as "Bonita"), Vernie Wadsworth (as "Chorus"), David Warfield (as "Captain Hogman"), George P. Watson (as "Pony Mustango"), Joseph M. Weber (as "Lena Killer"). (3) Exhibit II [opened 20 Dec 1900 and closed 20 Apr 1901 after 141 performances]. Musical/Burlesque. Music by John Stromberg. Book by Edgar Smith. Lyrics by Edgar Smith. Scenic Design by John H. Young. Costume Design by Will R. Barnes. Musical Direction by John Stromberg. Cast: Madge Adae (as "Lady Westbury"), George Ali (as "Tipit"), Alice Curtis (as "Cortland"), Genevieve Dolaro (as "Charley Horseleigh"), Lew M. Fields (as "Rudolf Bungstarter"), Virginia Foltz (as "Madison Parks"), Minnie Garretty (as "Bleeker"), Sissie Garretty (as "Essex"), Allie Gilbert (as "Dossie/Miss Emery"), Mamie Gould (as "Chilton"), Dappy Grey (as "Claremont Riverside"), Ben Hapgood (as "Ingambe"), Grace Heckler (as "Hammersley"), Lillian Heckler (as "Miss Cutter"), Leona Hilbon (as "Dodge Carr"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "The Gay Lord Quex"), Violet Jewell (as "Miss Rosaline"), John T. Kelly (as "Ignatius McSorley"), Bonnie Maginn (as "Flossie/Baron Holdfaste"), May McKenzie (as "Asbury Sands"), Harold T. Morey (as "Pourboire"), Grace Pierrepont (as "Lady Syosset"), Ilma Pratt (as "Miss Brummell"), Inez Ray (as "Lady Lowbridge"), Jessie Richmond (as "Lady Hempstead"), Belle Robinson (as "Bossie/Miss Fyles"), Ruth Rollins (as "Miss Towle"), Lillian Russell (as "Mrs. Meadowbrook"), Margaret Sayer (as "Duchess of Prude"), Mae Sherwood (as "Sterling Kane"), Fay Templeton (as "Sophy Fullgally"), Irene Vera (as "Countess of Elmhurst"), Vernie Wadsworth (as "Chomondley"), David Warfield (as "Shadrach Leschinski"), Joe Weber (as "Michael Krautknuckle"), Fritz Williams (as "Prince Victor Constasntine"). Produced by Weber & Fields.

(1901). Stage Play: Hoity Toity. [Production consisted of the following shows: Hoity Toity, Depleurisy, A Man From Mars, The Curl and the Judge, DuHurry]. Hoity Toity: Music by John Stromberg. Book by Edgar Smith. Lyrics by Edgar Smith. Musical Director: John Stromberg. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Weber and Fields' Broadway Music Hall: 5 Sep 1901- 19 Apr 1902 (259 performances). Cast: Madge Adea (as "Albia"), George Ali (as "Baron Barbon"), Eva Allen (as "Paddington Harrow"), Sam Bernard (as "Frederich Schnitzel"), Edna Birch (as "Rufe Rayser"), Carrie Bowman (as "Cord Barber"), May Bradley (as "Viennanetta"), Pauline Bradley (as "Sevilla"), Mona Desmond (as "Burnsby"), Libbian Diamond (as "Cambridge Backbeigh"), Genevieve Dolaro (as "Tony Singer"), Florence Dressler (as "Singeton"), Lew M. Fields (as "Herman Kaffekuchen"), Virginia Foltz (as "Scorchleigh/Scheffield Schooley"), Mayme Gehrue (as "Petrolia"), Ella Gilroy (as "Boylston Tremont"), Lee Harrison (as "Reuben Hunter"), Grace Heckler (as "Kloy Sonay"), Lillian Heckler (as "Shaki Fan"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "General Steele"), Katherine Howland (as "Cecil Langham"), John T. Kelly (as "King Kazoo"), Bonnie Maginn (as "Zuzuki/Sprite"), May McKenzie (as "Canby Hurd"), Annie Miller (as "Chu Chu Gum"), Doris Mitchell (as "Kane Rush"), Goldie Mohr (as "Glucosa"), Estelle Moyer (as "Coffeea/Nagasaki"), Gertrude Moyer (as "Ki Owta/Cornea"), Ilma Pratt (as "Bosphora"), Inez Ray (as "Tokia"), Belle Robinson (as "Nicotina"), Lillian Russell (as "Lady Grafter"), Margaret Sayres (as "Fifi Rougepaynt/Battersea Parks"), Dora Senac (as "Parisetta"), Mae Sherwood (as "Grosvenor Rhodes/Dodge Chapelle"), Myra Smith (as "Kensington Earlscourt"), Nata Stromberg (as "Miss Freeport"), Fay Templeton (as "Cho-Cho San"), Vernie Wadsworth (as "Flitterly"), Joseph M. Weber (as "Philip Sauerbraten"), Fritz Williams (as "Harvard Yale"), Elizabeth Young (as "Mothmiller"). Depleurisy [A burlesque of "Diplomacy" by Victorien Sardou]: Book by Edgar Smith. Lyrics by Edgar Smith. Music by John Stromberg. Used by permission of Charles Frohman and T. Henry French. Cast: George Ali (as "Antoine"), Sam Bernard (as "Julian Beauclerc"), Lew Fields (as "Henry Beauclerc"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Countess Zicka"), John T. Kelly (as "Baron Stein"), Augustus Smith (as "Policeman"), Fay Templeton (as "Dora"), Joseph M. Weber (as "Count Orloff"). A Man From Mars [A burlesque on "A Message From Mars" by Richard Ganthony]. Cast: Madge Adea (as "Goldie Buck"), George Ali (as "A Trolley Victim"), Aimee Angeles (as "Cella"), Sam Bernard (as "A Policeman"), Edna Birch (as "A Bootblack"), Carrie Bowman (as "Phil Cliquot"), Fanny Dupre (as "Carrie Loader"), Lew M. Fields (as "A Tramp"), Ella Gilroy (as "Etta Lott"), Lee Harrison (as "An Ambulance Surgeon/A Waiter"), Grace Heckler (as "Moet Chandon"), Bena Hoffman (as "Dryden Monopole"), Mollie Hoffman (as "Willie Heidseick"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "An A.D.T. Man from Mars"), Katherine Howland (as "Perry Jouet"), John T. Kelly (as "Aunt Martha"), Bonnie Maginn (as "A Beggar Woman"), May McKenzie (as "Dodge Ruinart"), Doris Mitchell (as "Daisy Drinker"), Goldie Mohr (as "A Newsboy"), Ilma Pratt (as "Vera Fuller"), Inez Ray (as "Lythia Waters"), Belle Robinson (as "A Chorus Girl"), Dora Senac (as "Meta Follows"), Mae Sherwood (as "Harry Pommery"), Fay Templeton (as "Minnie"), Joseph M. Weber (as "Mr. Dizzy"), Fritz Williams (as "Horrid Sparker"), Elizabeth Young (as "Georgie H. Mumm"). The Curl and the Judge [Lyrics by Edgar Smith. Music by John Stromberg. A burlesque of "The Girl and the Judge" by Clyde Fitch]. Cast: Eva Allen (as "Jewell Winner"), Frankie Bailey (as "Vera Shapeleigh"), Sam Bernard (as "Mrs. Broom"), Bessie Clayton (as "Dance Specialty"), Fanny Dupre (as "Neva Ketchum"), Lew M. Fields (as "Mrs. Tankton"), Lee Harrison (as " Chin"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Judge Charges"), Violet Jewell (as "Leda March"), John T. Kelly (as "Tankton"), Bonnie Maginn (as "Broom"), Beulah Martin (as "Ona Brougham"), Abie Rose (as "Mikey Hockenstein"), Mae Sherwood (as "Daisy Stringer"), Fay Templeton (as "Winifred Tankton"), Joseph M. Weber (as "Mrs. Hockenstein"), Fritz Williams (as "Mrs. Charges"). Produced by Weber & Fields.

(1903). Stage Play: Mr. Pickwick. Musical. Music by Manuel Klein. Book by Charles Klein. Based on the book by Charles Dickens. Lyrics by Grant Stewart. Featuring songs with lyrics by Hermann Klein. Featuring songs by George Spink. Directed by George F. Marion. Herald Square Theatre (moved to The Grand Opera House from 27 Apr 1903 to close): 19 Jan 1903- May 1903 (closing date unknown/73 performances). Cast: J.K. Adams, Guy H. Bartlett, Digby Dell, Laura Joyce Bell, George Chapman, Marguerite Clark, Augustus Coletti, Philip Connor, Mary Davis, Grace Fisher, Louise Gunning, Ruth Halbert, DeWolf Hopper Sr., Marion Lee, Henry Norman, Louis Payne, Alice Maude Poole, George Rolland, Grant Stewart (as "Alfred Jingle"), George Williams. Produced by The De Wolfe Hopper Opera Company.

(1904). Stage Play: Wang. Musical comedy/operetta (revival). Music by Woolfson Morse. Libretto by Cheever Goodwin. Featuring songs by Leo Friedman. Featuring songs with lyrics by George Lieb. Directed by Sam S. Shubert. Lyric Theatre: 18 Apr 1904- 4 Jun 1904 (57 performances). Cast: Nella Bergen (as "Marie"), Frank Casey (as "Pepat"), Augustus Coletti (as "Papanti"), Frances Farrington (as "Claifette"), Lucy Georgi (as "Minette"), Frank Hill (as "Panompin"), Edna Hixon (as "Babette"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Wang"), Lucille Johnson (as "Messenger No. 365"), Madge Lessing (as "Mataya"), Donald MacLaren (as "Jean Boucher"), Regina McAvoy (as "Rosalie"), Helen Mooney (as "Nannette"), Helen Morrison (as "Rosalie"), Charlotte Palmer (as "Suzette"), William Pruette (as "Colonel Fracasse"), Julia Sanderson (as "Gillette"), Marion Singer (as "La Veuve Frimousse"), Maude Stanley (as "Julie"), George Williams (as "Chow-Sury"), Rose Wilson (as "Fleurette"). Produced by Sam S. Shubert.

(1905). Stage Play: Happyland. Musical comedy/opera. Music by Reginald De Koven. Libretto by Frederic Ranken. Musical Director: Herman Perlet. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Lyric Theatre (moved to The Casino Theatre from 12 Mar 1906- 7 Apr 1906, then moved to The Majestic Theatre from 7 May 1906- close): 2 Oct 1905- 2 Jun 1906 (146 performances). Cast: Frank Casey (as "Pedro"), Marguerite Clark (as "Sylvia"), William Danforth (as "Altimus"), Ada Deaves (as "Paprika"), John Dunsmure (as "Appollus"), Carl Hayden (as "Adonis"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Ecstaticus"), Joseph Phillips (as "Fortunatus"), Bertha Shalek (as "The Lady Alicia"), Estelle Wentworth (as "The Lady Patricia"), William Wolff (as "Sphinxus"). Replacement actors (during Casino Theatre run): Dolly Ashton (as "Phyllis"), Anita Brady (as "Strephon"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1908). Stage Play: The Pied Piper. Musical comedy. Music by Manuel Klein. Book by Austin Strong and R.H. Burnside. Lyrics by R.H. Burnside and Austin Strong. Conducted by Manuel Klein. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Majestic Theatre: 3 Dec 1908- 16 Jan 1909 (52 performances). Cast: Grace Cameron (as "Lizzie Dizzy"), Marguerite Clark (as "Elviria"), Warren Fabian (as "Father Time"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "The Pied Piper"), John Phillips (as "Willie Van Cortlandt"), W.L. Romaine (as "The Board of Aldermen"), D.L. Baker (as "The Piper's Official Reminder"), William Cameron (as "The Piper's Official Adviser"), Elda Curry (as "Poetry"), Ada Deaves (as "The Housekeeper"), Bert Devlin (as "The Bad Boy"), Bonnie Farley (as "The Model Couple"), Edward Heron (as "Sammy Struggles"), Frank Laddis (as "The Model Couple"), Mabel Mordaunt (as "Song"), Lillian Thatcher (as "Romance"). Produced by Sam S. and Lee Shubert Inc.

(1910). Stage Play: A Matinee Idol. Musical comedy. Music by Silvio Hein. Book by Armand Barnard. Lyrics by Seymour Brown and E. Ray Goetz. Based on "Un Medecin malgre lui" by Molière. Musical Director: Albert Krausse. Scenic Design by Frank E. Gates and Edward A. Morange. Costume Design by Lord and Taylor. Directed by Daniel V. Arthur. Daly's Theatre (moved to The Lyric Theatre 6 Jun 1910- 25 Jun 1910, then moved to The Manhattan Opera House 1 May 1911- close). Cast: George Backus (as "Dr. Allen"), Meta BoMar (as "Polly Brown/Ensemble"), Bessie Cottrell (as "Ensemble"), Elda Curry (as "Mrs. Gray"), Louise Dresser (as "Mrs. Burton"), Anna Ford (as "Marie"), Ethel Green (as "Lucy Gray"), Matt Hanley (as "Mr. Layton"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Medford Griffin"), Edna Houck (as "Ensemble"), William Jackson (as "John"), Georgie Mack (as "Jimmie Grant"), Trixie Moore (as "Nellie Wendell"), Thomas Roberts (as "Cocher"), Katherine Sainpolis (as "Ensemble"), Joseph Santley (as "Dick Allen"), Helen Tiffany, George Wilson (as "Dr. Gray"). Produced by Daniel V. Arthur.

(1911). Stage Play: H.M.S. Pinafore. Musical/operetta (revival). Written by W.S. Gilbert. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Directed by Lewis Morton. Casino Theatre: 29 May 1911- 8 Jul 1911 (48 performances). Cast: Arthur Aldridge, Marynia Apel (as "Chorus"), Frances Baviello (as "Chorus"), Alice Brady, Marie Cahill, Katherine Calle (as "Chorus"), John Cardini (as "Chorus"), Francis Clark (as "Chorus"), Patricia Clark (as "Chorus"), Eugene Cowles, Harold Crane, Henry E. Dixey, Frank Dowling (as "Chorus"), Harrison Fuller (as "Chorus"), Harriet Gottlieb (as "Chorus"), Louise Gunning, Mary Harper (as "Chorus"), DeWolf Hopper Sr., Marie Kelley (as "Chorus"), Lillian Koniver (as "Chorus"), Bernard Lane (as "Chorus"), Martin Lilienfield (as "Chorus"), George MacFarlane, Mary Joe Matthews (as "Chorus"), Bert Melrose (as "Chorus"), Frances Moore (as "Chorus"), Fank Murray (as "Chorus"), Felix Noonan (as "Chorus"), Isabel Norwood (as "Chorus"), Patrick Quinton (as "Chorus"), Rosa Rubenstein (as "Chorus"), Olga Schumacher (as "Chorus"), Rosalyn Shaw (as "Chorus"), Adele Story (as "Chorus"), Florence Tempest, Mabel Thompson (as "Chorus"), Gertrude Waldon (as "Chorus"), Allan Ware (as "Chorus"), Hobson Young (as "Chorus"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert and William A. Brady.

(1912). Stage Play: Patience [or Bunthorne's Bride]. Musical/operetta (revival). Written by W.S. Gilbert. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Scenic Design by H. Robert Law. Costume Design by Melville Ellis. Orchestrations conducted by Clarence Rogerson. Lyric Theatre: 6 May 1912- 1 Jun 1912 (32 performances). Cast: Arthur Aldridge (as "Lieut. The Duke of Dunstable"), Eugene Cowles (as "Major Murgatroyd"), Eva Davenport (as "Lady Jane"), Marie Doro (as "Patience, a dairy maid"), Viola Gillette (as "Lady Angela"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Reginald Bunthorne"), George J. MacFarlane (as "Colonel Calverley"), Christine Nielson (as "Lady Ella"), William Baumann (as "Dragoon Guard"), Ruth Bonner (as "Maiden"), Alice Brady (as "Lady Saphir"), Sidonia Brann (as "Maiden"), Tom Bryan (as "Dragoon Guard"), Edith Buell (as "Maiden"), Dorothy Cassel (as "Maiden"), Alice Chase (as "Maiden"), Marie Corty (as "Maiden"), Constance Crane (as "Maiden"), John C. Cryan (as "Dragoon Guard"), Harriett DeNorma (as "Maiden"), Josephine DeNoville (as "Maiden"), Louis Derman (as "Dragoon Guard"), Loretta Doyle (as "Maiden"), Caro DuBurgho (as "Maiden"), Jack Evans (as "Dragoon Guard"), J. Leonard Feiner (as "Dragoon Guard"), Joseph Galton (as "Dragoon Guard"), Marion George (as "Maiden"), Lew Graham (as "Dragoon Guard"), Katherine Gray (as "Maiden"), Leonora Guest (as "Maiden"), Norma Haggins (as "Maiden"), Herbert Hall (as "Dragoon Guard"), Florence Harris (as "Maiden"), David Heilbron (as "Dragoon Guard"), Annette Herbert (as "Maiden"), Fern Hollis (as "Maiden"), Henry Holt (as "Dragoon Guard"), Alex Keene (as "Dragoon Guard"), Irving Lavitz (as "Dragoon Guard"), Edna Lee (as "Maiden"), Parker Leonard (as "Dragoon Guard"), Lew Litchfield (as "Dragoon Guard"), Flora Lyons (as "Maiden"), Nora McClory (as "Maiden"), Sara Meredith (as "Maiden"), Frank Mirose (as "Dragoon Guard"), Margaret Morrison (as "Maiden"), Jose Pepe (as "Dragoon Guard"), John E. Reese (as "Dragoon Guard"), George Romain (as "Attorney"), Nathalie Saymore (as "Maiden"), Cyril Scott (as "Archibald Grosvenor"), Florence Sommerville (as "Maiden"), Helen Starr (as "Maiden"), Pauline Sterling (as "Maiden"), Alice Stratton (as "Maiden"), May von Summerfield (as "Maiden"), Fred Walker (as "Dragoon Guard"), Rose Wertz (as "Maiden"), Billie Williams (as "Maiden"), George Williams (as "Dragoon Guard"), L. Williams (as "Dragoon Guard"), Charles Yorkshire (as "Dragoon Guard"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert and William A. Brady.

(1912). Stage Play: The Pirates of Penzance. Musical/operetta (revival). Written by W.S. Gilbert. Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan. Directed by William J. Wilson. Casino Theatre: 3 Jun 1912- 26 Jun 1912 (28 performances). Cast: Arthur Aldridge (as "Frederic, the Pirate Apprentice"), J. Barbara (as "Ensemble"), Louise Barthel (as "Isabel, General Stanley's Daughter"), William Baumann (as "Ensemble"), Ruth Bonner (as "Ensemble"), Alice Brady (as "Kate, General Stanley's Daughter"), Tom Bryan (as "Ensemble"), Edith Buell (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Cassel (as "Ensemble"), Marie Corty (as "Ensemble"), Eugene Cowles (as "Richard, The Pirate King"), John C. Cryan (as "Ensemble"), Harriett DeNorma (as "Ensemble"), Josephine DeNoville (as "Ensemble"), Louis Derman (as "Ensemble"), Loretta Doyle (as "Ensemble"), Caro DuBurgho (as "Ensemble"), Blanche Duffield (as "Mabel, General Stanley's Daughter"), Jack Evans (as "Ensemble"), J. Leonard Feiner (as "Ensemble"), Joseph Galton (as "Ensemble"), Marion George (as "Ensemble"), viola Gillette (as "Edith, General Stanley's Daughter"), Lew Graham (as "Ensemble"), Leonora Guest (as "Ensemble"), Herbert Hall (as "Ensemble"), Florence Harris (as "Ensemble"), David Heilbron (as "Ensemble"), Annette Herbert (as "Ensemble"), Fern Hollis (as "Ensemble"), Henry Holt (as "Ensemble"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Edward, a Sergeant of Police"), Josephine Jacoby (as "Ruth, Pirate 'Maid-of-all-Work'"), Alex Keene (as "Ensemble"), Irving Lavitz (as "Ensemble"), Edna Lee (as "Ensemble"), Parker Leonard (as "Ensemble"), Lew Litchfield (as "Ensemble"), Flora Lyons (as "Ensemble"), George MacFarlane (as "Edward, a Sergeant of Police"), Nora McClory (as "Ensemble"), Sara Meredith (as "Ensemble"), Frank Mirose (as "Ensemble"), Margaret Morrison (as "Ensemble"), Jose Pepe (as "Ensemble"), John E. Reese (as "Ensemble"), Nathalie Saymore (as "Ensemble"), Florence Sommerville (as "Ensemble"), Helen Starr (as "Ensemble"), Pauline Sterling (as "Ensemble"), Alice Stratton (as "Ensemble"), Richard Temple (as "Samuel, The Pirate King's Lieutenant"), May von Summerfield (as "Ensemble"), Fred Walker (as "Ensemble"), Rose Wertz (as "Ensemble"), George Williams (as "Ensemble"), L. Williams (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert and William A. Brady.

(1912). Stage Play: H.M.S. Pinafore [The Lass That Loved a Sailor]. Musical operetta (revival). Written by W.S. Gilbert. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Directed by W.G. Stewart. Casino Theatre: 27 Jun 1912- 28 Jun 1912 (2 performances). Cast: Arthur Aldridge (as "Ralph Rackstraw"), Alice Brady (as "Hebe, Sir Joseph's First Cousin"), Eugene Cowles (as "Bill Bobstay, Boatswain"), Arthur Cunningham (as "The Right Honorable Sir Joseph Porter, K.C.B., First Lord of the Admiralty"), Blanche Duffield (as "Josephine, the Captain's Daughter"), Viola Gillette (as "Little Buttercup, Mrs. Cripps, a Portsmouth Bumboat Woman"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Dick Deadeye"), George J. MacFarlane (as "Captain Corcoran, Commander of H.M.S. Pinafore"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert and William A. Brady.

(1912). Stage Play: The Mikado [The Town of Titipu]. Musical comedy (revival). Written by W.S. Gilbert. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Directed by by William G. Stewart. Casino Theatre: 29 Jun 1912 (2 performances). Cast: Arthur Aldridge (as "Nanki-Poo, son of the Mikado, disguised as a wandering minstr"), Louise Barthel (as "Peep-Bo, one of Three Sisters, ward of Ko-Ko"), Alice Brady (as "Pitti-Sing, one of Three Sisters, ward of Ko-Ko"), Kate Condon (as "Katisha, an Elderly Lady, in love with Nanki-Poo"), Eugene Cowles (as "Pooh-Bah, Lord High Everything Else"), Arthur Cunningham (as "Pish-Tush, a Noble Lord"), Blanche Duffield (as "Yum-Yum, one of Three Sisters, ward of Ko-Ko"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Ko-Ko, Lord High Executioner of Titipu"), George J. MacFarlane (as "The Mikado of Japan"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert and William A. Brady.

(1913). Stage Play: The Beggar Student, Musical/operetta (revival).Music by Karl Millocker. Original Viennese libretto "Der Bettelstudent" by F. Zell and Richard Genee. Based on "Fernande" by Victorien Sardou. Based on "The Lady of Lyons" by Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton. Scenic Design by H. Robert Law; Costume Design by Melville Ellis. Musical Director: Frank P. Paret. Choreographed by Emile Agoust. Directed by William J. Wilson. Casino Theatre: 22 Mar 1913- 19 Apr 1913 (33 performances). Cast: Emile Agoust (as "Special Dances in Act 2"), Arthur Aldridge (as "Janitsky"), A Polish noble"), Anita Baretto (as "Chorus"), Louise Barthel (as "Eva, Cousin of Palmatica"), Mr. Bendall (as "Chorus"), Mr. Benedict (as "Chorus"), Mr. Bryant (as "Chorus"), Mr. Clay (as "Chorus"), Mr. Cody (as "Chorus"), Kate Condon (as "Countess of Palmatica "), Jeannette Cook (as "Chorus"), Mr. Cronan (as "Chorus"), Arthur Cunningham (as "Enterich, A Jailer"), Mr. Curran (as "Chorus"), Nellie DeGrossart (as "Chorus/Ballet Dancer"), Louis Derman (as "Sitzka, Innkeeper/Chorus"), Mr. Dolan (as "Chorus"), Rozsika Dolly (as "Special Dances in Act 2"), Blanche Duffield (as "Laura, The Contess' Daughter"), Dorothy Duncan (as "Chorus"), Millie Dupree (as "Chorus/Ballet Dancer"), Marion Earle (as "Chorus"), Mr. Edwin (as "Chorus"), Ella Evans (as "Chorus/Ballet Dancer"), Jack Evans (as "Major Holzhoff"), Paul Farnac (as "Lieutenant Wangerheim"), Bessie Fisher (as "Chorus"), Leo Frankel (as "Alexis, A Prisoner/Chorus"), Joseph P. (J.P.) Galton (as "Major Schweinitz"), Viola Gillette (as "Lieutenant Poppenburg"), M. Hamilton (as "Chorus"), Florence Hart (as "Chorus"), David Heilbrunn (as "Mayor of Cracow/Chorus"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "General Ollendorf, Governor of Cracow"), Olin Howland (as "Onouphrie, The Countess' Servant"), C.A. Hughes (as "Ensign Richtofen"), Mildred Jackson (as "Chorus/Ballet Dancer"), Louis Jaffee (as "Chorus"), Violet Lawson (as "Chorus"), Parker Leonard (as "Piffke "), Mr. Litchfield (as "Chorus"), Shirley Love (as "Chorus"), Gladys Macdonald (as "Chorus"), George MacFarlane (as "Symon Symonovicz, The Beggar Student"), Lawrence Mack (as "Chorus"), Helen Marche (as "Chorus"), Betty Marshall (as "Chorus"), Mr. Max (as "Chorus"), Mr. Mayer (as "Chorus"), Cecile Mayo (as "Chorus/Ballet Dancer"), Eva Mckenzie (as "Chorus/Ballet Dancer"), Charles W. Meyers (as "Bogumil, Cousin of Palmatica"), Lavinia Miller (as "Chorus"), Robert Milliken (as "Captain Henrici"), Elsie Mitchell (as "Chorus"), Lucille Monroe (as "Chorus"), Grace Moore (as "Chorus"), Trixie Moore (as "Chorus"), Nina Napier (as "Maid of Honor"), Helen Neilsen (as "Chorus"), Bessie Nelligan (as "Chorus"), Miss. Nemo (as "Ballet Dancer"), Nemo Ormsden (as "Ballet Dancer"), Maude Preston (as "Chorus"), Marjory Purcell (as "Chorus"), Rosamund Rankin (as "Chorus"), Mr. Reyborn (as "Chorus"), Mr. Rice (as "Chorus"), Adelaide Robinson (as "Olga, Alexis' Wife"), Harry Rose (as "Chorus"), Rthel Roslyn (as "Chorus"), Anna Savce (as "Chorus"), Mr. Shannon (as "Chorus"), Harry Smith (as "Puffke/Chorus"), Helen Steele (as "Chorus"), Teddy Stein (as "Chorus"), Mr. Stuart (as "Chorus"), Constance Talbot (as "Chorus"), Mr. Walker (as "Chorus"), Elisabeth Warde (as "Chorus"), Mr. Warshaw (as "Chorus"), Anna Wheaton (as "Bronislava, The Contess' Daughter"), Mr. Williams (as "Chorus"), Mr. Zerbee (as "Chorus"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert and William A. Brady.

(1913). Stage Play: The Mikado [The Town of Titipu]. Musical comedy (revival). Written by W.S. Gilbert. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Directed by by William G. Stewart. Casino Theatre: 21 Apr 1913- 3 May 1913 (16 performances). Cast: Arthur Aldridge (as "Nanki-Poo son of the Mikado, disguised as a wandering minstr"), Louise Barthel (as "Peep-Bo, one of Three Sisters, ward of Ko-Ko"), Mr. Bryant (as "Ensemble"), Gladys Caldwell (as "Yum-Yum, one of Three Sisters, ward of Ko-Ko"), Mr. Clay (as "Ensemble"), Kate Condon (as "Nanki-Poo, son of the Mikado, disguised as a wandering minstr"), Arthur Cunningham (as "Pooh-Bah, Lord High Everything Else"), S. Smit Curran (as "Ensemble"), Nellie DeGrossart (as "Ensemble"), Louis Derman (as "Ensemble"), Mr. Dolan (as "Ensemble"), Ethel Duffield (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Duncan (as "Ensemble"), Marion Earle (as "Ensemble"), Mr. Frankee (as "Ensemble"), M. Hamilton (as "Ensemble"), David Heilbrunn (as "Ensemble"), John Hendricks, DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Ko-Ko, Lord High Executioner of Titipu"), Mr Hughes (as "Ensemble"), Mildred Jackson (as "Ensemble"), Mr. Jeffe (as "Ensemble"), Violet Lawson (as "Ensemble"), Mr. Leonard (as "Ensemble"), Mr. Litchfield (as "Ensemble"), George MacFarlane [credited as George J. MacFarlane] (as "The Mikado of Japan"), Lawrence Mack (as "Ensemble"), Mr. MacSorley (as "Ensemble"), Betty Marshall (as "Ensemble"), Albert Masour (as "Ensemble"), Cecile Mayo (as "Ensemble"), Lavinia Miller (as "Ensemble"), Robert Millikin (as "Ensemble"), Grace Moore (as "Ensemble"), Trixie Moore (as "Ensemble"), Lucille Munroe (as "Ensemble"), Bessie Nelligan (as "Ensemble"), Nemo Ormsden (as "Ensemble"), Mr. Patterson (as "Ensemble"), Marjory Purcell (as "Ensemble"), Mr. Reyborn (as "Ensemble"), Adelaide Robinson (as "Ensemble"), Harry Rose (as "Ensemble"), Mr. Shannon (as "Ensemble"), Teddy Stein (as "Ensemble"), William Stewart (as "Pish-Tush, a Noble Lord"), Constance Talbot (as "Ensemble"), Elisabeth Warde (as "Ensemble"), Anna Wheaton (as "Pitti-Sing"), one of Three Sisters, ward of Ko-Ko"), Mr. Williams (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert and William A. Brady.

(1913). Stage Play: H.M.S. Pinafore [The Lass That Loved a Sailor]. Musical operetta (revival). Written by W.S. Gilbert. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Directed by William J. Wilson. Casino Theatre: 5 May 1913- 10 May 1913 (8 performances). Cast: Arthur Aldridge (as "Ralph Rackstraw"), Louise Barthel (as "Hebe, Sir Joseph's First Cousin"), Elmo Carroll (as "Ensemble"), Leslie Clay (as "Ensemble"), John C. Cryan (as "Ensemble"), Arthur Cunningham (as "Bill Bobstay, Boatswain"), James Curran (as "Ensemble"), Nellie DeGrossart (as "Ensemble"), Adele DePerry (as "Ensemble"), Louis Derman (as "Ensemble"), Lillian Dirkin (as "Ensemble"), Valoise Drew (as "Ensemble"), Ethel Duffield (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Duncan (as "Ensemble"), Josephine Dunfee (as "Josephine, the Captain's Daughter"), Ethelyn Earle (as "Ensemble"), Marion Earle (as "Ensemble"), Jack Evans (as "Ensemble"), Leo Frankel (as "Ensemble"), Viola Gillette (as "Little Buttercup, Mrs. Cripps, a Portsmouth Bumboat Woman"), Samuel Glaser (as "Ensemble"), Paul Hall (as "Ensemble"), Robert Hamilton (as "Ensemble"), David Heilbrunn (as "Ensemble"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Dick Deadeye"), Mildred Jackson (as "Ensemble"), Louis Jaffee (as "Ensemble"), Violet Lawson (as "Ensemble"), Edna Lee (as "Ensemble"), Parker Leonard (as "Ensemble"), Lew Litchfield (as "Ensemble"), Gladys Macdonald (as "Ensemble"), George MacFarlane [credited as George J. MacFarlane] (as "Captain Corcoran, Commander of H.M.S. Pinafore"), Lawrence Mack (as "Ensemble"), Betty Marshall (as "Ensemble"), Albert Masour (as "Ensemble"), Cecile Mayo (as "Ensemble"), Robert Millikin (as "Ensemble"), Elsie Mitchell (as "Ensemble"), Lucille Munroe (as "Ensemble"), Nemo Ormsden (as "Ensemble"), Marie Parkes (as "Ensemble"), Stanley Rayborn (as "Ensemble"), Adelaide Robinson (as "Ensemble"), Harry Rose (as "Ensemble"), Harry Smith (as "Ensemble"), Theodore Stein (as "Ensemble"), Constance Talbot (as "Ensemble"), Richard Temple (as "The Right Honorable Sir Joseph Porter, K.C.B., First Lord of the Admiralty"), Camille Truesdale (as "Ensemble"), Fred Walker (as "Ensemble"), Elisabeth Warde (as "Ensemble"), Billy Williams (as "Ensemble"), Frank Wilson (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert and William A. Brady.

(1913). Stage Play: Iolanthe. [The Peer and the Peri]. Musical comedy/operetta (revival). Written by W.S. Gilbert. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Musical Director: Frank P. Paret. Directed by William J. Wilson. Casino Theatre: 12 May 1913- 14 Jun 1913 (40 performances). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert and William A. Brady.

(1913). Stage Play: Lieber Augustin. Musical/operetta. Translated by Edgar Smith. Music by Leo Fall. Lyrics by Edgar Smith. Based on the German original by Rudolf Bernauer and Ernest Welisch. Musical Director: John Lund. Additional lyrics by Harry Beswick. Choreographed by Julian Alfred. Directed by J.C. Huffman and Al Holbrook. Casino Theatre: 3 Sep 1913- 4 Oct 1913 (37 performances). Cast: Muroff Allo (as "Chorus"), Bessie Barclay (as "Chorus"), Rose Bennett (as "Chorus"), Lorraine Bright (as "Chorus"), Mr. Bryant (as "Chorus"), Peggy Caudrey (as "Gretchen/Chorus"), Mr. Centor (as "Chorus"), Ester Channon (as "Chorus"), Maude Crockett (as "Chorus"), Arthur Cunningham (as "Jasomir"), Gertrude Davenport (as "Chorus"), Florence Davidson (as "Chorus"), May De Sousa (as "Princess Helen"), Nellie DeGrossart (as "Chorus"), Mr. Dolan (as "Chorus"), Rozsika Dolly (as "Clementine"), Vera Dunn (as "Marguerita/Chorus"), Jack Evans (as "Colonel Burko/Chorus"), Frank Farrington (as "Juro"), Grace Field (as "Anna"), Viola Gillette (as "Captain Pips"), Mr. Harvey (as "Chorus"), Bessie Hollar (as "Chorus"), Edith Hollar (as "Chorus"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Bogumil"), Catherine Humphrey (as "Chorus"), Mr. Hyman (as "Chorus"), Mildred Jackson (as "Chorus"), Doris Jeffrey (as "Chorus"), Fred Leslie (as "Prince Nikola"), Helen Longfellow (as "Chorus"), George MacFarlane (as "Augustin Hoffer"), Lawrence Mack (as "Chorus"), Helen Marche (as "Chorus"), Mr. Mason (as "Chorus"), Emma McGrath (as "Chorus"), John Merkyl [credited as Wilmuth Merkyl] (as "Mattoeus/Sigilioff") [Broadway debut], Lucille Monroe (as "Chorus"), Dixie O'Neil (as "Chorus"), Peggy O'Neil (as "Chorus"), Claire Pearl (as "Chorus"), Mr. Phillips (as "Chorus"), Corinne Pickard (as "Chorus"), May Pickard (as "Chorus"), Mr. Reyborn (as "Chorus"), Harry Rose (as "Chorus"), M. Rose (as "Chorus"), Mona Sartoris (as "Ursula/Chorus"), Dorothy Scherer (as "Chorus"), Mr. Shannon (as "Chorus"), Edna Stillwell (as "Lisbeth/Chorus"), Mr. Sullivan (as "Chorus"), May Tomey (as "Chorus"), Blanche Toole (as "Chorus"), Mr. Townsend (as "Chorus"), Marjory Ward (as "Chorus"), Mr. Williamson (as "Chorus"), Alta Young (as "Chorus"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1913). Stage Play: Hop o' My Thumb. Pantomime. Music by Manuel Klein. Book by George R. Sims, Frank Dix and Arthur Collins. American version by Sydney Rosenfeld. Music arranged by Manuel Klein. Musical Director: Manuel Klein. Ballet Music by J.M. Glover. Incidental dances arranged by Ernest D'Auban. Ballets by Maud Crompton. Directed by Ernest D'Auban. Manhattan Opera House: 26 Nov 1913- 3 Jan 1914 (46 performances). Cast: (Miss) Andree (as "Outlaw"), Flavia Arcaro (as "Amber Witch"), Ralph Austin (as "Tango"), Lillian Barry (as "Richard Arthur"), (Miss) Bollow (as "Outlaw"), (Miss) Bonnan (as "Outlaw"), Marie Clifford (as "Jenny/Marie"), (Miss) Crook (as "Princess"), Leah De Piean (as "George Frederick"), Bertha Delmonte (as "Fairy Forget-me-not"), (Miss) Denken (as "Outlaw"), Caroline Duffy (as "Joseph James"), Martha Ehrlich (as "John Henry"), Eva Fallon (as "Mirabelle"), Runie Farrington (as "Walter William"), Edna Fenton (as "Fairy Love"), (Miss) French (as "Outlaw"), Viola Gillette (as "Hilario"), Edith Gordon (as "Voice of the Night"), Texas Guinan (as "Zaza"), Miss Hall (as "Outlaw"), (Miss) Harmon (as "Outlaw"), Albert Hart (as "Ogre"), Iris Hawkins (as "Hop o' my Thumb"), Charles M. Hinton (as "John"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "King Mnemonica"), (Miss) Knight (as "Outlaw"), Miss Lee (as "Outlaw"), A. Leishman (as "Princess"), M. Leishman (as "Princess"), Neal McNeal (as "Datas/Joseph"), (Miss) Meyer (as "Outlaw"), (Miss) Morris (as "Outlaw"), Winnie Richie (as "Arthur Herbert"), Miss E. Rogers (as "Princess"), (Miss) Saunders (as "Outlaw"), Schrode & Harris (as "The Kow Zebra"), (Miss) Shields (as "Princess"), Ross Snow (as "Baroness Chicot"), The DeSerrls (as "Living Statues"), (Miss) Truppel (as "Princess"), Walter S. Wills (as "Trotter"). Produced by Drury Lane Co. of America. Produced by arrangement with Arthur Collins.

(1915). Stage Play: The Yeomen of the Guard [The Merryman and His Maid]. Musical/operetta (revival/played in repertory with The Mikado, The Sorcerer, Trial by Jury, H.M.S. Pinafore, Iolanthe). Written by W.S. Gilbert. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Musical Director: Clarence West. Directed by Herbert Cripps. 48th Street Theatre: 19 Apr 1915- 8 May 1915 (24 performances). Cast: George Abbott (as "Second Yeoman"), Arthur Aldridge (as "Colonel Fairfax"), Natalie Alt (as "Elsie Maynard"), May Arnold (as "Chorus"), Digby Bell (as "Chorus"), Alice Brady (as "Chorus"), Una Brooks (as "Chorus"), Gladys Caldwell (as "Phoebe Meryll"), Frank Clarke (as "First Yeoman"), William Danforth (as "Wilfred Shadbolt"), Hugh Dwyer (as "Leonard Meryll"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Jack Point"), Marie Horgan (as "Dame Carruthers"), James Hughes (as "The Headsman"), Alice McComb (as "Kate"), Maude Mordaunt (as "Chorus"), William Quimby (as "First Citizen"), Henry Smith (as "Second Citizen"), Richard Temple (as "Chorus"), Herbert Waterous (as "Sergeant Meryll"), John Willard (as "Sir Richard Cholmondeley"). Produced by William A. Brady and Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company.

(1915). Stage Play: H.M.S. Pinafore. Musical/operetta (revival/played in repertory with The Yeomen of the Guard, The Mikado, The Sorcerer, Trial by Jury, Iolanthe, The Pirates of Penzance). Written by W.S. Gilbert. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Musical Director: Clarence West. Directed by Herbert Cripps. 48th Street Theatre: 19 Apr 1915- 19 Jun 1915 (unknown performances). Cast: Arthur Aldridge (as "Ralph Rackstraw"), Alice Brady (as "Josephine, the Captain's Daughter"), William Danforth (as "The Right Honorable Sir Joseph Porter, K.C.B., First Lord of the Admiralty"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Dick Deadeye"), Marie Horgan (as "Little Buttercup, Mrs. Cripps, a Portsmouth Bumboat Woman"), George MacFarlane (as "Captain Corcoran, Commander of H.M.S. Pinafore"), Alice McComb (as "Hebe, Sir Joseph's First Cousin"), Herbert L. Waterous (as "Bill Bobstay, Boatswain"). Produced by William A. Brady and Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company.

(1915). Stage Play: Trial by Jury. Musical/operetta (revival/played in repertory with The Yeomen of the Guard, The Mikado, The Sorcerer, H.M.S. Pinafore, Iolanthe, The Pirates of Penzance). Written by W.S. Gilbert. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Musical Director: Clarence West. Directed by Herbert Cripps. 48th Street Theatre: 19 Apr 1915- 19 Jun 1915 (unknown performances). Cast: Arthur Aldridge (as "The Defendant"), Miss Allen (as "Chorus"), William Annisman (as "Chorus"), Mr Annison (as "Chorus"), George Averill (as "Chorus"), Mr. Barrett (as "Chorus"), Miss Brooks (as "Chorus"), Gladys Caldwell (as "Plaintiff"), William Danforth (as "Usher"), Mr. Dupont (as "Chorus"), Miss Flynn (as "Chorus"), Mr. Flynn (as "Chorus"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "The Learned Judge"), Miss Kurrier (as "Chorus"), Christine Beau Mar (as "Chorus"), Miss Maudant (as "Chorus"), Alice McComb (as "Bridesmaid"), Mr Soyer (as "Chorus"), Mr. Thayman (as "Chorus"), Herbert Waterous (as "Foreman of the Jury"), Mr. West (as "Chorus"), John Willard (as "Counsel for the Plaintiff"), M. Wood (as "Chorus"). Produced by William A. Brady and Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company.

(1915). Stage Play: The Mikado [The Town of Titipu]. Musical comedy (revival/played in repertory with The Yeomen of the Guard, The Sorcerer, Trial by Jury, H.M.S. Pinafore, Iolanthe). Written by W.S. Gilbert. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Musical Director: Clarence West. Directed by Herbert Cripps. 48th Street Theatre: 10 May 1915- 19 Jun 1915 (20 performances). Produced by William A. Brady and Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company.

(1915). Stage Play: The Sorcerer. Musical comedy/operetta (revival/played in repertory with The Yeomen of the Guard, The Mikado, Trial by Jury, H.M.S. Pinafore, Iolanthe). Written by W.S. Gilbert. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Musical Director: Clarence West. Directed by Herbert Cripps. 48th Street Theatre: 24 May 1915- 5 Jun 1915 (16 performances). Cast: Arthur Aldridge (as "Alexis"), Natalie Alt (as "Aline"), May Arnold (as "Principals"), Digby Bell (as "Dr. Daly") [final Broadway role], Gladys Caldwell (as "Constance"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "John Wellington Wells"), Alice McComb (as "Mrs. Parlett"), Henry Smith (as "Notary"), Herbert Waterous (as "Sir Marmaduke Pointdexter"). Produced by William A. Brady and Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company.

(1915). Stage Play: The Pirates of Penzance [The Slave of Duty]. Musical comedy/operetta. Written by W.S. Gilbert. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Musical Director: Clarence West. Directed by Herbert Cripps. 48th Street Theatre: 7 Jun 1915- 18 Jun 1915 (4 performances/played in repertory with The Sorcerer, Trial by Jury, H.M.S. Pinafore). Cast: Arthur Aldridge (as "Frederic, the Pirate Apprentice"), Alice Brady (as "Mabel, General Stanley's Daughter"), Una Brooks (as "Kate, General Stanley's Daughter"), William Danforth (as "Major General Stanley"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Major General Stanley"), Marie Horgan (as "Ruth, Pirate 'Maid-of-all-Work'"), Alice McComb (as "Edith, General Stanley's Daughter"), Maude Mordaunt (as "Isabel, General Stanley's Daughter"), Herbert L. Waterous (as "The Pirate King"), John Willard (as "Samuel, The Pirate King's Lieutenant"). Produced by William A. Brady.

(1915). Stage Play: Iolanthe [The Peer and the Peri]. Musical comedy/operetta (revival). Written by W.S. Gilbert. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Musical Director: Clarence West. Directed by Herbert Cripps. 48th Street Theatre: 10 Jun 1915- 17 Jun 1915 (4 performances). Cast: Arthur Aldridge (as "Lord Tolloler"), Alice Brady (as "Phyllis"), Una Brooks (as "Leila"), Gladys Caldwell (as "Leila"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "The Lord Chancellor"), Marie Horgan (as "Queen of the Fairies"), Alice McComb (as "Celia"), Maude Mordaunt (as "Fleta"), Richard Temple (as "Earl of Mountararat"), Herbert Waterous (as "Private Willis"), John Willard (as "Strephon"). Produced by William A. Brady and Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company.

(1932). Stage Play: Radio City Music Hall Inaugural Program. Special production.

(1922). Stage Play: Some Party. Musical revue. Music by Silvio Hein [final Broadway credit], Percy Wenrich, Gustav Kerker and Raymond Hubbell. Book by R.H. Burnside. Lyrics by R.H. Burnside. Musical Director: Anton Heindl. Featuring songs by Silvio Raymond, Mary Earl, Albert Solman and Turner Layton [credited as .J. Turner Layton]. Featuring songs with lyrics by Henry Creamer. Musical Staging by Billy Grant. Conceived by R.H. Burnside. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Jolson's 59th Street Theatre: 15 Apr 1922- 29 Apr 1922 (17 performances). Cast: John Abbott (as "Performer"), Ruth Adair (as "Performer), Sam Ash (as "Performer), George Averill (as "Performer), Bert Bowlen (as "Performer), Harry C. Browne (as "Performer), Dolly Byrne (as "Performer), Claire Carroll (as "Performer), Primrose Caryll (as "Performer), Marie Cattell (as "Performer), William Courtleigh (as "Performer), Nellie Daly (as "Performer), Jefferson De Angelis (as "Performer), Lew Dockstader (as "Performer), Murray Evans (as "Performer), Nanette Flack (as "Performer), Sylvia Ford (as "Performer), Virginia Futrelle (as "Performer), William Grant (as "Performer), Dorothy Harrigan (as "Performer), Percy Haswell (as "Performer), John Hendricks (as "Performer), John E. Henshaw (as "Performer), DeWolf Hopper (as "Performer), William B. Mack (as "Performer), Alice MacKenzie (as "Performer), Rena Manning (as "Performer), Louise McIntosh (as "Performer), Jed Prouty (as "Performer), Joseph Riley (as "Performer), Asta Valley (as "Performer), Herbert Waterous (as "Performer), Scott Welch (as "Performer), Jimmie Williams (as "Performer), Sid Williams (as "Performer), Kathryn Yates (as "Performer"). Produced by DeWolf Hopper Sr..

(1921). Stage Play: Snapshots of 1921. Musical revue.

(1921). Stage Play: Erminie. Musical comedy/opera.

(1918). Stage Play: Everything. Musical revue. Book by R.H. Burnside. Music by John Philip Sousa and Irving Berlin. Lyrics by John L. Golden. Musical Director: William Daly. Additional lyrics by Irving Berlin, R.H. Burnside, William Jerome, Jack F. Mahoney, Joseph McCarthy and Darle MacBoyle. Additional music by William Daly, Percy Wenrich, Harry Tierney, James W. Tate and Raymond Hubbell. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Hippodrome Theatre: 22 Aug 1918- 17 May 1919 (461 performances). Cast: Max Aaronson, John Abbott, J. Nelson Adolph, Albert Alberto, Charles T. Aldrich, John Aspe, Angel Barbara, Peggy H. Barnstead, Charles Bart, Inez Bauer, Louise Beautora, Bluch, Catherine Breen, Inez Breen, John Breen, Nellie Breen, E. Brennan, Andrew Byrne, James Byrne, John J. Byrne, Louise Cardone, Lillian Carena, D.J. Carew, Anita Carlton, Anna Carter, J.F. Carty, James Cheviot, Ethel Clark, F. Clarke, Stanley Clarke, Minnie Clifton, Tommy Colton, J. Parker Coombs, A. Davis, George Davis, Johnny Davis, Leo Davis, Dippy Diers, Genevieve Dix, The Elm City Four, Will J. Evans, Charles Floyd, Joseph Frohoff, Albert Froome, Arthur Geary, George Gifford, Phil Gilpin, Camile Guintini, Poppy Guintini, Gerda Gulda, Barbara Harwood, Cissie Hayden, Arthur Hill, DeWolf Hopper Sr., Harry Houdini, Catherine Huth, Albert Johnson, James Johnson, Marjorie Kelly, Ladella Comiques, Ada LaShan, Margaret Leon, Madge Loomis, J. Lorimer, Lee Losch, Desiree Lubovska, Loretta Mack, Henry Mallia, Charles Melody, Nellie Melville, Margaret Millard, Bernard Milton, Bertha Moore, Kate Mordecai, Sophie Mordecai, William Morgan, Alice Nash, Edna Nash, J. Nelson, Jessie Nelson, Stella Norelle, Margaret Nugent, Cissie Osborn, Helen Patterson, Florence Phelps, Lillian Quinn, Charles Ravel, Bob Reano, A. Rees, Earl Reynolds, Helen Reynolds, Robert Rosaire, Eddie Russell, Netta Russell, Marion Saki, Jean Schreiver, Slayman's Ali Arabs, P. Smith, Daisy Smythe, William Stanley, Steele and Winslow, Belle Story, Octavio Tay, The El Rey Sisters, The Four Amaranths, The Musical Johnstons, The Two Gaudsmiths, Tom Brown's Clown Band, William Unangst, Eugene Vary, Harry Ward, Helen Ward, William A. Weston, Adolph Yoscaro, Fernando Yoscaro, Herman Yoscaro, Zip. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.

(1917). Stage Play: The Passing Show of 1917. Musical/revue. Book by Harold Atteridge. Music by Sigmund Romberg and Otto Motzan. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Musical Director: Oscar Radin. Additional music by Clifton Crawford, Benjamin Hapgood Burt, Ted Snyder, Burton Green and Harry Tierney. Additional lyrics by Clifton Crawford, Joe Young, Sam M. Lewis, Benjamin Hapgood Burt, Burton Green, Irene Franklin and Alfred Bryan. Musical Staging by Allan K. Foster. Choreographed by Jack Manning. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 26 Apr 1917- 13 Oct 1917 (196 performances). Cast: Claude Allen, Effie Allen, Ted Andrews, Fred Ardath, Franklyn Batie, Gussie Berg, Kitty Berg, Henry Bergman, Hazel Black, Betty Brown, Nat Carr, Nell Carrington, Gladys Clark, E.B. 'Zeke' Colvan, Dolly Connolly, John Crone, Muriel Dae, Babe Dakin, Louise Dale, Jefferson De Angelis, Andrew Demarest, Peggie Dempsey, Adrienne Dillon, Johnny Dooley, Florence Elmore, Murray Evans, Nancy Everett, Dudley Farnsworth, Inez Francis, Irene Franklin, Elsie Froehlich, Ada Fuld, Bobbie Gaylor, Dorothy Godfrey, Yvonne Gouraud, Burton Green, Lenora Greenwood, Lillian Griffith, Agnes Hall, Grace Hall, Rae Hartley, DeWolf Hopper Sr., Grace Keeshon, Gladys Kelley, Helen Kelley, Donald Kerr, Elvira Kramer, Mildred La Gue, Marjorie Lane, Eleanor Leigh, Lois Leigh, Evelyn LeRoy, Tom Lewis, Wanda Lyon, James Mack, Carolyn Maywood, Bobbie McCree, Ed. McHenry, Dolores Mendez, Emily Miles, Clyde Miller, John Miller, Marilynn Miller, John Mills, Helen Montague, Marion Mooney, Glory Mora, John T. Murray, Marie Nordstrom, O.E. Patapovitch, Vera Pearsall, Stafford Pemberton, Edith Pierce, Rosie Quinn, Viola Quinn, Frances Ramey, Trixie Raymond, Jessie Reed, Nora Reed, John Ross, Tess Rubin, Yvette Rugel, Edna Russell, Charles 'Chic' Sale, Dorothy Scofield, George Shiller, Rae Shirley, William Singer, Daniel Sparks, Jean Staples, Clay Stearns, Reba Stewart, Thamara Swirskaia, Charles Thatcher, John Thomas, Fay Tunis, Alice Van Ryker, Leila Von Holk, Irene Wallace, Lorraine Waters, Effie Weston. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1933). Stage Play: The Monster. Drama (revival).


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