(1935) Stage: Appeared (as "Expressman") in "Potash and Perlmutter" on Broadway
. Comedy (revival). Written by Montague Glass
and Charles Klein
. Directed by Robert Leonard
. Park Theatre: 5 Apr 1935-Apr 1935 (closing date unknown/19 performances). Cast: Frank Allworth
(as "Mozart Rabiner"), Willard Dashiell
(as "Sen. Murphy"), Paula Denning (as "Mozart Rabiner"), Hazel Drury (as "Katie"), Waldo Edwards
(as "Boris Andrieff"), Harry Eshback (as "Farrell"), Nancy Evans (as "Miss Cohen"), Walter Fenner (as "Henry D. Feldman"), Betty Hanna (as "Ruth Goldman"), Ethel Harris (as "Miss Nelson"), Sylvia Leigh (as "Irma Potash"), Robert Leonard (as "Mawruss Perlmutter"), Louis Morrell
(as "A Gentleman"; final Broadway
role), Arthur S. Ross (as "Abe Potash"), Sam Sidman (as "Steuerman"), Beau Tilden
(credited as Milano Tilden; as "Irma Potash"), Bertha Walden (as "Mrs. Potash"), Gaile Watson (as "Miss Levin"), Joseph K. Watson
(as "Marks Pasinsky"). Produced by United Players Inc.
(1925) Stage: Appeared in "Up in Mabel's Room", Joplin, MO.
(December 28, 1936) He played Fred Higgins in Langston Hughes' play, "Mulatto," at the Studebaker Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Mercedes Gilbert (Cora Lewis); Morris McKenney (William Lewis); James Kirkwood (Col. Thomas Norwood); Evelyn Streich (Sally Lewis); Richard S. Bishop (Talbot); J.J. Dillon (Henry Richards); Glen Boles (Robert Lewis); Francis Hallaran (Storekeeper); Dillon Deasey (undertaker); and Allan Moore (Jed Tomkins) in the cast. Martin Jones was producer.
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