Other Works

  • (1900 - 1930) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1900) Stage Play: The Ambassador. Comedy. Written by John Oliver Hobbs. Directed by Fred Williams. Daly's Theatre: 5 Feb 1900- 19 Mar 1900 (51 performances). Cast: Minnie Bowen, Rhoda Cameron, William Courtenay, Julia Devereux, Grace Elliston, William Eville, Charles Giblyn, Ethel Hornick, Albert S. Howson [Broadway debut], Mrs. Hart Jackson, Blanche Kelleher, J. Lester, Gertrude Lewis, Mary Mannering, John Mason, Beatrice Morgan, Edward Morgan, Alison Skipworth, Hilda Spong, H.S. Taber, Elizabeth Tyree, Eva Vincent, Charles Walcott, J.L. Weber, Eugenie White.
  • (1902) Stage Play: Frocks and Frills. Comedy. Written by Sydney Grundy. Incidental music by Frank Howson. Directed by Edward E. Rose. Daly's Theatre: 7 Jan 1902- 25 Feb 1902 (64 performances). Cast: Gertrude Bennett, Rhoda Black, Scott Craven, Dorothy Dorr, Noira Dyer, Jane Evans, Rose Eytinge, Jameson Lee Finney, Alice Fischer, Beatrice Gresham, Stella Hammerstein, Albert S. Howson, Annette Huntington, Margaret Illington [Broadway debut], Robert Loraine, Ethel Mackie, Emma Navarre, Eugene Ormonde, William F. Owen, William Sauter, Hilda Spong, Grant Stewart. Produced by Daniel Frohman.
  • (1902) Stage Play: The Stubbornness of Geraldine. Drama.
  • (1908) Stage Play: Our American Cousin. Comedy (revival). Written by Tom Taylor. Lyric Theatre: 27 Jan 1908- 25 Apr 1908 (unknown performances). Cast: E.H. Sothern (as "Dundreary"), Malcolm Bradley, Rowland Buckstone, Ina Goldsmith, Virginia Hammond, Gladys Hanson, William Harris, Helena Head, Loretta Healy, Albert S. Howson, P.J. Kelly, Adolph Lestina, Sydney Mather, Frank Reicher, Paul Scardon, John Taylor, Stephen Wright. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1909) Stage Play: Richelieu (Revival). Written by Sir Edward George Bulwer-Lytton. Daly's Theatre: 29 Mar 1909- 8 Apr 1909 (unknown performances). Cast: E.H. Sothern (as "Richelieu"), Eric Blind, Malcolm Bradley, Rowland Buckstone, Virginia Hammond, Gladys Hanson, William Harris, Albert S. Howson, P.J. Kelly, Frederick Lewis, Sydney Mather, Harry Rabob, Frederick Roland [Broadway debut], John Taylor, Liano Tilden, Harry Turnley. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1910) Stage Play: Romeo and Juliet. Tragedy (Revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Academy of Music: 7 Feb 1910- 21 Mar 1910 (unknown performances/played in repertory with The Taming of the Shrew, The Merchant of Venice, Hamlet, Twelfth Night, As You Like It). Cast: France Bendsten, Eric Blind, Malcolm Bradley, Rowland Buckstone, William Harris, Albert S. Howson, Charles Howson, P.J. Kelly, Frederick Lewis, Julia Marlowe (as "Juliet, daughter to Capulet"), Sydney Mather, Maurice Robinson, Frederick Roland, E.H. Sothern (as "Romeo, son of Montague"), John Maurice Sullivan, John Taylor. Produced by Sothern & Marlowe Repertory.
  • (1910) Stage Play: Macbeth. Tragedy (revival).
  • (1912) Stage Play: The Marriage-not.
  • (1912) Stage Play: The Passing Show of 1912. Musical revue.
  • (1912) Stage Play: Macbeth. Tragedy (revival).
  • (1914) Stage Play: A Thousand Years Ago. Written by Percy MacKaye. Shubert Theatre: 6 Jan 1914- Mar 1914 (closing date unknown/87 performances). Cast: Henry E. Dixey (as "Capocomico"), Albert S. Howson, Rita Jolivet (as "The Princess"), Sheldon Lewis, Fania Marinoff, Frank McCormack, Jerome Patrick (as "Calaf/Prince of Astrakhan"), Edmund Roth, Joseph C. Smith, Allen Thomas, Frederick Warde (as "The Emperor"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1915) Stage Play: Our American Cousin. Comedy (revival). Written by Tom Taylor. Booth Theatre: 29 Nov 1915- Jan 1916 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Lowden Adams (as "Captain De Boots"), Grace Ady (as "Sharpe"), Emily Calloway (as "Mary Meredith"), Guy Cunningham (as "Lieutenant Vernon"), Helen Orr Daly (as "Mrs. Mountchessington"), Orlando Daly (as "Abel Murcott"), William Harris (as "Sir Edward Trenchard"), Albert S. Howson (as "Buddicombe"), Sydney Mather (as "Asa Trenchard"), Florence Phelps (as "Skillet"), E.H. Sothern (as "Lord Dundreary"), Lark Taylor (as "Richard Coyle"), Elizabeth Valentine (as "Georgina"), Charles Verner (as "Binney"), Pauline Whitson (as "Augusta"), Blanche Yurka (as "Florence Trenchard").
  • (1916) Stage Play: David Garrick (Revival). Written by Thomas William Robertson. Booth Theatre: 6 Jan 1916- Jan 1916 (closing date unknown/20 performances). Cast: Lowden Adams (as "George"), Robert Lee Allen (as "Mr. Smith") [Broadway debut], A. Borneham (as "Servant"), Katherine Brook (as "Araminta Brown"), Alexandra Carlisle (as "Ada Ingott"), Orlando Daly (as "Squire Chivy"), Albert S. Howson [credited as Albert Howson] (as "Mr. Jones"), E.F. Nagle (as "Thomas"), Fanny Addison Pitt (as "Mrs. Smith"), E.H. Sothern (as "David Garrick"), Charles Verner (as "Simon Ingot"), Ezra Walck (as "Mr. Browne").
  • (1916) Stage Play: If I Were King. Drama(revival). Written by Justin Huntly McCarthy. Shubert Theatre: 29 Apr 1916- May 1916 (closing date unknown/33 performances). Cast: Robert Lee Allen, Alexandra Carlisle, Winthrop Chamberlain, Orlando Daly, James P. Hagen, William Harris, Frank Horton, Albert S. Howson, P.J. Kelly, Harry Lawson, Philip Loeb, T.W. Lyons, Sydney Mather, E.H. Sothern, George W. Wilson.
  • (1917) Stage Play: Chu Chin Chow. Musical. Book by Oscar Asche. Music by Frederick Norton. Lyrics by Oscar Asche. Musical Director: Gustave Ferrari. Music orchestrated by Percy E. Fletcher. Featuring songs by Grace Torrens. Featuring songs with lyrics by Arthur Anderson. Choreographed by Mlle. Guida and Alexis Kosloff. Directed by E. Lyall Swete. Manhattan Opera House, (moved to The Century Theatre from 14 Jan 1918- close): 22 Oct 1917- 27 Apr 1918 (208 performances). Produced by William Elliott, F. Ray Comstock and Morris Gest.
  • (1921) Stage Play: The Merchant of Venice. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare.
  • (1921) Stage Play: The Taming of the Shrew. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare.
  • (1921) Stage Play: Twelfth Night (or What You Will). Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Century Theatre: ? Oct 1921- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: France Bendtsen (as "Fabian, inhabitant of Illyria"), Rowland Buckstone (as "Sir Toby Belch, Olivia's kinsman"), Lenore Chippendale (as "Maria, Olivia's waiting woman"), Jerome Collamore (as "Priest"), Carolyn Ferriday (as "Lady in Olivia's house"), V.L. Granville (as "Sea Captain"), Lillian Gray (as "Lady in Olivia's house"), James Hagen (as "Curio, attendant of Orsino"), Albert S. Howson (as "Sir Andrew Aguecheek, companion of Sir Toby"), Frank Howson (as "Valentine, attendant of Orsino/First Officer"), Vernon Kelso (as "Feste, a jester in Olivia's household"), Alma Kruger (as "Olivia, a countess"), Frederick Lewis (as "Orsino, Duke of Illyria"), Julia Marlowe [credited as Miss Marlowe] (as "Viola"), Sydney Mather (as "Sebastian, Viola's twin brother"), Frank Peters (as "Antonio, a sea captain"), Dina Schleicher (as "Lady in Olivia's house"), Elaine Sims (as "Page to the Duke"), E.H. Sothern [credited as Mr. Sothern] (as "Malvolio, Olivia's steward"), Harold Webster (as "Second Officer"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1923) Stage Play: Cymbeline. Romance (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Jolson's 59th Street Theatre: 2 Oct 1923- Oct 1923 (15 performances). Cast: Denis Auburn (as "A Roman Captain"), T.G. Bailey (as "Philarmonus"), France Bendtsen (as "Cloten"), Lenore Chippendale (as "Queen"), Verne Collins (as "A Roman Captain"), Forbes Dawson (as "Second British Lord"), Florence Fair (as "Helen"), V.L. Granville (as "Cymbeline, King of Britain"), Albert S. Howson (as "Belarius"), Murray Kinnell (as "Guiderius"), Frederick Lewis (as "Iachimo"), John MacFarlane (as "First British Lord"), Julia Marlowe (as "Imogen"), Frank Peters (as "Cornelius"), Wallis Roberts (as "Caius Lucius"), E.H. Sothern (as "Posthumus Leonatus"), Vincent Sternroyd (as "Pisanio"), Beau Tilden (as "A Frenchman"), Eugenie Webb (as "A Lady to the Queen"), H. Fisher White (as "Arviragus"). Produced by Lee Shubert.
  • (1925) Stage Play: The Virgin of Bethulia. Written by Gladys Unger. Adapted from "Judith" by Henri Bernstein. Directed by Lawrence Marston. Ambassador Theatre: 23 Feb 1925- Mar 1925 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Gus Alexander (as "Eunuch"), George Allen (as "Astouber"), George Baxter (as "Saaph"), Fred Beane (as "Berose"), Lee Beggs (as "Sissaroch"), Thurlow Bergen (as "Hasphenor"), Ann Davis (as "Addah"), Warburton Guilbert (as "Isrkim"), Albert S. Howson (as "Charmi"), Julia Hoyt (as "Judith"), Elaine Lettor (as "Dancer"), Marjorie McLucas (as "Abigail"), McKay Morris (as "Holophernes"), Effingham Pinto (as "Vagoo"), George Rogers (as "Chinchaour"). Produced by Lee Shubert.
  • (1925) Stage Play: Cain. Written by Lord Byron. Directed by Walter Hartwig. Lenox Little Theatre: 8 Apr 1925- Apr 1925 (closing date unknown/14 performances). Cast: William P. Carleton, Alberta Gallatin (as "Eve") [final Broadway role], Charles Gibney, Jane Grey, Albert S. Howson (as "Lucifer"), Thais Lawton (as "Adah"), David Leonard, John Parrish. Produced by Mandarin Play Producing Co. Inc. and The Manhattan Little Theatre Club Inc.
  • (1929) Stage Play: Little Theatre Tournament (Revival). [Production was composed of the following shows: Rachel Cowan. The Severed Cord, Shall We Join the Ladies? (only show involving Mr. Howson), Fancy Free]. Waldorf Theatre: 8 May 1929 (1 performance). Shall We Join the Ladies?: Written by J.M. Barrie. Directed by Albert S. Howson. Produced by Walter Hartwig and The Manhattan Little Theatre Club Inc.
  • (1930) Stage Play: Rogues and Vagabonds. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Directed by Albert S. Howson [final Broadway credit]. Waldorf Theatre: 7 May 1930 (1 performance). Cast: Mae Ball (as "Ensemble"), Florence Bennett (as "Ensemble"), George Boyce (as "Ensemble"), William Bradshaw (as "Ensemble"), Elspeth Brownell (as "Ensemble"), John B. Bruns (as "Stalker"), Frances Bush (as "Ensemble"), Helen Carroll (as "Ensemble"), E. Ryland Carter (as "Oldfield"), Mabel Claypoole (as "Ensemble"), Walter Claypoole (as "Jack Kemp"), Helen Clevenger (as "Ensemble"), Lulu J. Clymer (as "Ensemble"), Elsie Cropper (as "Mary Fytton"), Collyer Elliott (as "Graig"), Ted Hager (as "Ensemble"), R.V. Harrington (as "Ensemble"), Amy Howell (as "Ensemble"), Loretta Howson (as "Audrey Lyle"), Alan Hudson (as "Sir Thomas Lucy"), Agnes Kiendl (as "Doll o' the Fortune"), Fred Kiendl (as "Tom Green"), Ethel Lee (as "Ensemble"), Nixon Lee (as "Ensemble"), William Linton (as "Will Shakespeare"), J. Gorton Marsh (as "Ensemble"), Robert McCray McKee (as "Ensemble"), Frances Moir (as "Ensemble"), Ted Moir (as "Bullock"), Frances Pandau (as "Ensemble"), Carl Penny (as "Ensemble"), Henry Porter (as "Robin"), Elizabeth Reutermann (as "Ensemble"), William Roberts (as "Ensemble"), Mae Robinson (as "Ensemble"), Helen Rutledge (as "Ensemble"), Theresa Sauer (as "Ensemble"), Leila Savell (as "Ensemble"), Walter Savell (as "Richard Burbage"), Walter Schallitz (as "Ensemble"), Frederick Seward (as "A Lord/Ensemble"), Kimber Seward (as "Ensemble"), Mabel Shedd (as "Ensemble"), Cameron Shipp (as "Gamekeeper"), Helen Shortmeier (as "Ensemble"), Andrew Shuman (as "Condell"), Conrad B. Taylor (as "Ensemble"), Ethel Taylor (as "Ensemble"), Madeleine Van Hagan (as "Ensemble"), Elsie Vandervoort (as "Ensemble"), Agnes Viborg (as "Ensemble"), Sonja Viborg (as "Ensemble"), Irma Wagner (as "Ensemble"), Johnnie Mae Welty (as "Ensemble"), Lyla Wilson (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Walter Hartwig. Produced in association with The Manhattan Little Theatre Club Inc.

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