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  • (1899 - 1928) Active on Broadway (sometimes credited as Hy Kraft] in the following productions:
  • (1899) Stage Play: The Ragged Earl. Comedy/melodrama. Written by Ernest Lacy [earliest Broadway credit] and Joe Humphreys. Featuring songs by Andrew Mack [earliest Broadway credit]. Musical Director: John C. Sorg. Directed by Joseph Humphreys. Academy of Music: 6 Jan 1899- 11 Feb 1899 (32 performances). Cast: Cast: Henry Herman, Josephine Lovett, Andrew Mack (as "Gerald Fitzgerald"), Minnie Monk, Georgia Florence Olp, B.T. Ringgold, Annie Ward Tiffany, James Vincent, Edwin Brandt (as " Ralph Forrester") [Broadway debut], John C. Fenton, Thomas E. Jackson (as "Maurice O'Brian") [Broadway debut], Thomas Mackay, W.J. Mason, J.T. Thomas, Barney Williams. Produced by Rich & Harris. Note: Filmed by Popular Plays and Players Inc. [distributed by Alco Film Corporation] as The Ragged Earl (1914) [considered lost as of 2014].
  • (1899) Stage Play: The Last of the Rohan. Comedy. Written by Ramsay Morris. Academy of Music: 31 Aug 1899- Oct 1899 (closing date unknown/55 performances). Cast: E.H. Aiken, Edwin Brandt, Mrs. Samuel Charles, George W. Deyo, Thomas E. Jackson, Josephine Lovett, Andrew Mack, W.J. Mason, Georgia Olp, Ben T. Ringgold, Jennie Satterlee, Harry Sutter, John Vance, James Vincent, Ernest C. Warde. Produced by Andrew Mack.
  • (1900) Stage Play. The Rebel. Melodrama. Written by James B. Fagan. Lyrics by Andrew Mack. Music by Andrew Mack. Incidental music arrangements by: John C. Sorg. Musical Director: John C. Sorg. Directed by Joseph Humphries. Academy of Music: 20 Aug 1900- 20 Oct 1900 (57 performances). Cast: Edward Aiken, Edwin Brandt (as "Captain Armstrong"), Edward Daley, George W. Deyo, John C. Fenton, John Frees, John Frees, Jr., John Ince (as "Ned Bagenall, Jr."), Thomas E. Jackson (as "Jimmy Keogh"), Clara Knott, Josephine Lovett, Charles MacDonald, Andrew Mack (as "Jack Blake"), William J. Morgan, Daniel O'Connell, George Pullman, Ben T. Ringgold, Jennie Satterlee, Giles Shine, Henry Sutur, John Sylvester, Charles Walton, W. Ward. Produced by Rich & Harris.
  • (1903) Stage Play: The Bold Sojer Boy. Comedy/drama. Written by Theodore Burt Sayre. Directed by Edward E. Rose. Haverly's 14th Street Theatre: 9 Feb 1903- Feb 1903 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Edward Aiken, Mildred Beverly, Hugh Cameron [Broadway debut], Master Frankie Cooke, Master John Cooke, Richard J. Dillon, Maggie Fielding, Robert Paton Gibbs, Eddie Heron, Thomas E. Jackson, Andrew Mack, Vivian Martin, Frances Ring, Giles Shine, Harry P. Stone, Master Gus Wilkes. Produced by Rich & Harris.
  • (1903) Stage Play: Arrah-Na-Pogue. Drama (revival). Written by Dion Boucicault. Additional text by E.H. House. Incidental music by Dion Boucicault. Music by Andrew Mack. Lyrics by Andrew Mack. Featuring songs with lyrics by Dion Boucicault. Featuring songs by E.H. House. Musical Direction by William P. Brown. Directed by William Seymour. Haverly's 14th Street Theatre: 7 Sep 1903- 31 Oct 1903 (65 performances). Cast: Edward Aiken, S. Anderson, G.L. Baker, Edith Barker, John Birch, Marie Dibrook, Maggie Fielding, Joseph French, Daniel Gilfether, Beatrice Harris, V. Hathaway, Thomas E. Jackson (as "The Sergeant"), Frank M. Kendrick, Anne Leonard, Andrew Mack (as "Shaun, the Post"), N. Mackey, O. Mann, Luke Martin, Thomas McGrane, John Napier, Marie Napier, Thomas Paulton, M.E. Reddy, John S. Robertson, Florence Russel, Lizzie Sanger, Emma Scully, Anna Turner, Anna Wilson, May Wilson. Produced by Rich & Harris. Produced by arrangement with Louise Thorndyke.
  • (1912) Stage Play: The Yellow Jacket. Drama. Written by George Cochran Hazelton and J.H. Benrimo. Directed by J.H. Benrimo. Fulton Theatre: 4 Nov 1912- Jan 1913 (closing date unknown/80 performances). Cast: Grace Valentine (as "Due Jung Fah," AKA "Fuchsia Flower"), Grace A. Barbour, Reginald Barlow (as "Yin Suey Gong, Purveyor of Hearts"), Betty Brewster, Chamberlain Brown, Margaret Calvert, E. Colebrook, Juliette Day, Roy Gordon, Thomas E. Jackson (as "Assistant Property Man"), Schuyler Ladd (as "Wu Fah Din," AKA "Daffodil"), Saxone Morland, Albert Perry, Signor Perugini, George Relph, Arthur Shaw, Antoinette Walker. Produced by Harris & Selwyn.
  • (1917) Stage Play: The Imaginary Invalid. Written by Molière. As translated by Katherine Prescott Wormeley. Liberty Theatre: 19 Mar 1917- Mar 1917 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Albert Bruning, Henry Buckler, Walter T. Bull, Charles Coburn, Mrs. Charles Coburn, George Farren, George Gaul, Thomas E. Jackson, Howard Kyle, Schuyler Ladd, Peter Newton, Carlos Patnode, Beatrice Prentice, Neville May Westman, Mabel Wright. Produced by Charles Coburn and Mrs. Charles Coburn.
  • (1919) Stage Play: Please Get Married. Written by James F. Cullen and Lewis Allen Browne. Little Theatre (moved to The Fulton Theatre from 17 Mar 1919- close): 10 Feb 1919- unknown (160 performances). Cast: Martin Alsop, Elise Bartlett, Perce Benton, Elmer Brown, Ida Darling, Thomas E. Jackson, Margaret Johnston, Francis Pierlot, William Sampson, Edward See, Edith Taliaferro, Ernest Truex, John D. Walsh. Produced by Oliver Morosco. Note: Produced as Please Get Married (1919) by Metro Pictures.
  • (1919) Stage Play: The Rose of China. Musical comedy. Music by Armand Vecsey. Material adaption by Guy Bolton. Lyrics by P.G. Wodehouse. Based on a play by Samuel Shipman. Featuring songs with lyrics by Oscar Shaw. Musical Direction by Frank Tours. Directed by Robert Milton and Julian Mitchell. Lyric Theatre: 25 Nov 1919- 7 Jan 1920 (47 performances). Cast: Dolly Alwin, Marjorie Bailey, Jean Barnett, Gene Billington, Jane Brown, Louise Brownell, Blanche Christen, Cecil Cunningham, Marion Cushion, Percy Davenport, Nelly Day, Georgie Decker, Ed Dwyer, Leo Dwyer, Mabelle Elliott, Marie Hebold, Madeline Hurlock, Paul Irving, Billy Izzard, Thomas E. Jackson (as "Chung"), Perry Lindbloom, Larry Mack, Frank McIntyre, Bessie More, Robert Morey, Bessie Mulligan, Olive O'Brien, Edna May Oliver (as "Mrs. Hobson"), Cynthia Perot, Ed Pierce, William H. Pringle, Thelma Richards, Jane Richardson, Virginia Richmond, Gus Richton, Stanley Ridges (as "Ting-Fang-Lee"), Virginia Roche, Mona Sartoris, Eleanor Scott, Georgie Scott, Mary Scott, Oscar Shaw (as "Tommy Tilford"), Beatrice Singer, Grace West, Swan Wood. Produced by F. Ray Comstock and Morris Gest.
  • (1921) Stage Play: Her Salary Man. Comedy. Written by Forrest Rutherford. Directed by Harry Andrews. Cort Theatre: 28 Nov 1921- Dec 1921 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Donald Call, Grace Carlyle, Dudley Clements, Will Deming, Nina Gleason, Donald Hall, Hedley Hall, Thomas E. Jackson (as "Dick Barry"), Edna May Oliver (as "Mrs. Sophie Perkins"), Ruth Shepley, Hope Sutherland, H.B. Thomas, A.H. Van Buren (as "John Brown/Bunny"), Mae Washburne. Produced by John Cort.
  • (1922) Stage Play: Madeleine and the Movies. Farce. Written by George M. Cohan. Directed by George M. Cohan. Gaiety Theatre: 6 Mar 1922- May 1922 (closing date unknown/80 performances). Cast: Georgette Cohan (as "Madeleine"), Ruth Donnelly (as "Aggie"), Charles Halton, Frank Hollins, Thomas E. Jackson (as "Andrew"), Martin Malloy, Harry Mestayer, Edward Nannery, Louise Orth, James Rennie, Jean Robertson, Frank Sheridan. Produced by George M. Cohan.
  • (1922) Stage Play: Shore Leave. Comedy. Written by Hubert Osborne. Directed by David Belasco. Lyceum Theatre: 8 Aug 1922- Dec 1922 (closing date unknown/151 performances). Cast: Betty Alden, Audrey Baird, Reginald Barlow (as "Cap'n Martin"), Marjorie Booth, Evelyn Carter Carrington, Kenneth Diven, John F. Hamilton, Samuel E. Hines (as "Smith"), Thomas E. Jackson (as "Bat Smith"), Stanley Jessup (as "Rear Admiral Smith"), Schuyler Ladd, Nick Long, Teris Loring, Mrs. Jacques Martin, James Rennie (as "Bilge Smith, U.S.N."), Ellen Southbrook, Frances Starr, Bernard Sussman, Jose Torres, Paul E. Wilson, H.P. Woodley, Devah Worrell, Jose Yovin. Produced by David Belasco. Note: Produced as Shore Leave (1925) as a Richard Barthelmess vehicle (in the role of "Bilge Smith") by Inspirational Pictures and distributed by First National.
  • (1924) Stage Play: Shipwrecked. Drama. Written by Langdon McCormick. Wallack's Theatre: 12 Nov 1924- Dec 1924 (closing date unknown/31 performances). Cast: Clay Clement (as "A Man On the Wharf"), Edmund Elton, Joseph R. Garry, Gordon Hamilton, Palmer Howlett, Thomas E. Jackson (as "Jimmie Fitzhugh, On Board the "Corsican"), William Johnson, Walter Law, Gilda Leary, Wilson Moller, Patrick O'Neill, Howard Patterson, Joseph Selman, Ethel Stoddard Taylor, Max Von Mitzel, Robert Williamson. Produced by Daniel Kusell.
  • (1926) Stage Play: Broadway. Drama. Written by Phillip Dunning and George Abbott. Directed by Philip Dunning and George Abbott. Broadhurst Theatre: 16 Sep 1926- 11 Feb 1928 (603 performances). Cast: Constance Brown, Sylvia Field (as "Billie Moore"), William Foran, Robert Gleckler (as "Steve Crandall"), Thomas E. Jackson (as "Dan McCorn"), Roy R. Lloyd, Millard Mitchell (as "Larry"), Paul Porcasi (as "Nick Verdis"), Ann Preston, Molly Ricardel, Henry Sherwood, Joseph Calleia [credited as Joseph Spurin-Calleia] (as "Joe, a waiter") , Eloise Stream, Lee Tracy (as "Roy Lane"), Edith Van Cleve, Frank Verigun, Mildred Wall, Clare Woodbury, John Wray (as "Scar" Edwards"). Produced by Jed Harris.
  • (1927) Stage Play: Ten Per Cent. Comedy. Written by Eugene Davis. Directed by Thomas E. Jackson. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 13 Sep 1927- Oct 1927 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Roger Allen (as "Henry Fuller"), Florence Arden (as "Lucy Kane"), Violet Barney (as "The Character Lady"), Patricia Calvert (as "Martha Black"), Frank Dae (as "Frederick Merton"), Walter Ferrell (as "The Leading Man"), Albert Hackett (as "Roy Tracey"), Myra Hampton (as "Pearl"), Robert Leonard (as "Rudolf Schwartz"), Edward O'Connor (as "The Character Man'), Walter Plimmer' (as "George Moss"), Clifton Self (as "At Liberty"), Nancy Sheridan (as "Doris Rankin"), John Williams (as "James Depew"). Produced by Thomas E. Jackson and H.S. Kraft [earliest Broadway credit].
  • (1928) Stage Play: Gentlemen of the Press. Written by Ward Morehouse. Directed by George Abbott. Henry Miller's Theatre: 27 Aug 1928- Dec 1928 (closing date unknown/128 performances). Cast: Granville Bates (as "Braddock"), Paul Clare, Elmer Cornell, John Cromwell (as "Wick Snell"), Harry Cronk, Russel Crouse (as "Bellflower"), John Hammond Dailey, Helen Flint, Harold Grau (as "Haley"), Louis Halprin (as "Western Union Messenger"), Austin O. Huhn, George Humbert, Carlotta Irwin, Betty Lancaster, Lawrence Leslie, Harry Levian, Thos. A. Linker, Millard Mitchell (as "McBee"), Allan Nagle, Hugh O'Connell (as "Charlie Haven"), John Paschall, William Pawley, Duncan Penwarden (as "Abner Pennyfather"), Francis Pierlot (as "McManahan"), William Quinn, Billy Quinn, Cornelius Vezin, Philip Wood. Produced by Thomas E. Jackson and H.S. Kraft.

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