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(1921- 1951). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1921). Stage Play: The Triumph of X. Drama. Written by Carlos Wupperman. Directed by W.H. Gilmore and Jessie Bonstelle. Comedy Theatre: 24 Aug 1921- Sep 1921 (closing date unknown/30 performances). Cast: Fred Burt (as "William Taylor"), Mrs. Herbert Gresham, Ben Hendricks, Robert Keith (as "Ralph Armstrong") [Broadway debut], Frank J. Kirke, Margaret Knight, Mrs. Jacques Martin, Benedict McQuarrie, Helen Menken, Alma Moeller, Frank Morgan (as "Robert Knowles"). Produced by Lee Shubert and Jessie Bonstelle.

(1924). Stage Play: New Brooms. Comedy. Written by Frank Craven. Directed by Frank Craven. Fulton Theatre: 17 Nov 1924- Feb 1925 (closing date unknown/88 performances). Cast: Albert G. Andrews (as "Rev. Philip Dow"), Dorothy Blackburn (as "Florence Wheeler"), Edward Crandall (as "'Wallie' Nowell"), Blythe Daly (as "Geraldine Marsh"), Jack Devereaux (as "George Morrow"), James Kearney (as "Nelson"), Robert Keith (as "Thomas Bates, Jr."), Doris Kelly (as "Ethel Bates"), Harry Leighton (as "Mr. Kneeland"), Charles MacDonald (as "Simpson"), Robert McWade (as "Thomas Bates"), John Ravold (as "Williams"), Helen Weathersby (as "Margaret"). Produced by Frank Craven.

(1926). Stage Play: The Great God Brown.

(1926). Stage Play: Gentle Grafters. Written by Owen Davis. Directed by Sam Forrest. Music Box Theatre: 27 Oct 1926- Nov 1926 (closing date unknown/39 performances). Cast: Katharine Alexander [credited as Katherine Alexander] (as "Sally"), Walter Brown (as "Delivery Man"), Liane Held Carrera [credited as Liane Carrera] (as "Ellen") [Broadway debut], William David (as "Billy Dexter"), Charlotte Granville (as "Cora Blake"), Robert Keith (as "Dick Cameron"), Charles Kennedy (as "Jerry Doyle"), Helene Lackaye (as "Kitty Doyle"), Guy Nichols (as "Dan McClung"), Charles Ritchie (as "Tom Morton"), Lucille Sears (as "Mary Doyle"), Fred E. Strong (as "Roberts"), Morgan Wallace (as "Jim Merrick"). Produced by Sam Harris.

(1926). Stage Play: Beyond the Horizon. Drama/tragedy (revival). Written by Eugene O'Neill. Mansfield Theatre: 30 Nov 1926- Feb 1927 (closing date unknown/79 performances). Cast: Thomas Chalmers (as "Andrew Mayo"), Robert Keith (as "Robert Mayo"), Victor Kilian [credited as Victor Killian] (as "Ben"), Elaine Koch (as "Mary"), Judith Lowry (as "Kate Mayo"), Aline MacMahon (as "Ruth Atkins"), Joseph McInerney (as "Doctor Fawcett"), Albert Tavernier (as "Captain Dick Scott"), Eleanor Wesselhoeft (as "Mrs. Atkins"), Malcolm Williams (as "James Mayo"). Produced by The Actors Theatre.

(1927). Stage Play: Fog. Written by John Willard. Directed by Arthur Hurley. National Theatre: 7 Feb 1927- May 1927 (closing date unknown/96 performances). Cast: Charles Dow Clark (as "Eph Kelly"), Alexander Clarke, Edward Colebrook (as "Jeelo"), Ben Hendricks Jr. (as "Olaf") [final Broadway role], Wilfred Jessop [credited as Wilfred Jessup] (as "Lord Jim"), Robert Keith (as "Charlie"), Frank McHugh (as "Scraggs") [Broadway debut], Hugh O'Connell (as "Darcy"), Vivienne Osborne (as "Eunice"). Produced by Lorton Productions Inc.

(1927). Stage Play: Tightwad.

(1932). Stage Play: Singapore. Melodrama.

(1933). Stage Play: Under Glass. Comedy.

(1934). Stage Play: Peace on Earth. Drama. Written by George Sklar and Albert Maltz. Directed by Robert B. Sinclair. 44th Street Theatre: 31 Mar 1934- 17 Apr 1934 (18 performances). Cast: Abner Biberman (as "The Guard"), Donald A. Black, John Boruff, Halliam Bosworth (as "President Howard"), Alice Brooks, John Brown, Allace Carroll, Thomas Griffin Cooke, Alvin Dexter, Charles Esdale, Earl Ford, John Garfield [credited as Jules Garfield] (as "Bob Peters/The Messenger"), David Gray, Millicent Green (as "Rose"), Ethel Intropodi (as "Jo Owens"), David Lesan, James MacDonald, Hilda Reis, Paul Stein, Mara Tartar, Charles Thompson, Frank Tweddell (as "Krauss/Bill Prentice/Attorney Gordon"), Walter Vonnegut, Maurice Wells, Crane Whitley [credited as Clem Willenchick] (as "Fred Miller"). Produced by The Theatre Union.

(1934). Stage Play: Yellow Jack. Written by Sidney Howard and Paul De Kruif. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Martin Beck Theatre: 6 Mar 1934- May 1934 (closing date unknown/79 performances). Cast: Eddie Acuff, Wylie Adams, Jack Carr, Eduardo Ciannelli, Francis Compton, Charles Gerard, Lloyd Gough, Harold Hoffat, Colin Hunter, Bernard Jukes, Whitford Kane (as "Dr. Carlos Finlay"), Robert Keith, Geoffrey Kerr, Sam Levene, Richie Ling (as "Col. Tory"), Barton MacLane (as "James Carroll") [final Broadway appearance], Myron McCormick (as "Brinkerhof"), John Miltern (as "Walter Reed"), Millard Mitchell (as "William H. Dean, Pvt., U.S.A."), Jock Munro, George Nash, Robert Shayne, James Stewart (as "O'Hara"), Frank Stringfellow, Clyde Walters, Katherine Wilson. Produced by Guthrie McClintic.

(1934). Stage Play: Good-bye Please. Comedy. Written by Burt Clifton. Directed by Edward Mendelsohn. Ritz Theatre: 24 Oct 1934- Oct 1934 (closing date unknown/2 performances). Cast: Eric Dressler (as "Bob"), Ruth Hammond, Lois Huntington, Robert Keith (as "Jack"), Percy Kilbride (as "Caleb"), Molly Pearson, Selena Royle (as "Marion"), Marjorie Wood. Produced by Edward Mendelsohn.

(1934). Stage Play: The Children's Hour. Drama. Written by Lillian Hellman [earliest Broadway credit]. Scenic Design by Aline Bernstein. Directed by Herman Shumlin. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 20 Nov 1934- Jul 1936 (closing date unknown/691 performances). Cast: Barbara Beals (as "Rosalie Wells"), Katherine Emery (as "Karen Wright"), Katherine Emmett (as "Mrs. Amelia Tilford"), Lynne Fisher (as "Helen Burton"), Robert Keith (as "Doctor Joseph Cardin"), Barbara Leeds (as "Catherine"), Alice McDermott (as "Mrs. Lily Mortar"), Florence McGee (as "Mary Tilford"), Edmonia Nolley (as "Agatha"), Eugenia Rawls (as "Peggy Rogers"), Anne Revere (as "Martha Dobie", Jacqueline Rusling (as "Lois Fisher"), Elizabeth Seckel (as "Evelyn Munn"), Jack Tyler (as "A Grocery Boy"). Produced by Herman Shumlin.

(1937). Stage Play: Work Is for Horses. Comedy. Directed by Anthony Brown. Windsor Theatre: 20 Nov 1937- Nov 1937 (closing date unknown/9 performances). Cast: Patricia Carroll, Connie Gilchrist, Eula Guy, Robert Keith (as "Cornelius Prentiss"), James Todd, Jack Warren, John Westley. Produced by Anthony Brown.

(1938). Stage Play: Tortilla Flat. Comedy. Written by Jack Kirkland, from the novel by John Steinbeck. Directed by Jack Kirkland. Henry Miller's Theatre: 12 Jan 1938- Jan 1938 (closing date unknown/5 performances). Cast: Peter Beauvis, Harry Bellaver (as "Pablo Sanchez"), Eddie Craven, Joseph Monneret De Villard, Samson Gordon, Robert Keith (as "Pilon"), Harold Moffet (as "Big Joe Portagee"), Erin O'Brien-Moore, Mark Schweid, Mary Servoss, Edward Woods (as "Danny") [final Broadway role]. Produced by Jack Kirkland and Sam H. Grisman.

(1938). Stage Play: The Good.

(1939). Stage Play: Ladies and Gentlemen.

(1940). Stage Play: Romantic Mr. Dickens. Written by H.H. Harper and Marguerite Harper. Directed by Arthur Sircom. Playhouse Theatre: 2 Dec 1940- 7 Dec 1940 (8 performances). Cast: Diana Barrymore (as "Caroline Bronson"), Tom Bate, Marshall Bradford, Lachland Campbell, Cathleen Cordell, Lawrence Fletcher, Gertrude Flynn (as "Dora Spenlow, Later Dora Winter"), Elwyne Harvey, Roland Hogue (as "Mr. Twilling, the Vicar"), Robert Keith (as "Charles Dickens"), Thais Lawton, Emily Lorraine, Marita Sylva, Zolya Talma. Produced by John Tuerk.

(1941). Stage Play: Spring Again. Written by Isabel Leighton and Bertram Bloch. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Henry Miller's Theatre (moved to The Playhouse Theatre from 10 Jan 1942- close): 10 Nov 1941- 10 Jan 1942 (241 performances). Cast: Ann Andrews (as "Edith Weybright"), Betty Breckenridge (as "Elizabeth"), Joseph Buloff (as "William Auchinschloss"), Jayne Meadows [credited as Jayne Cotter] (as "Millicent Cornish") [Broadway debut], John Craven (as "Tom Cornish"), Lawrence Fletcher (as "L.J. O'Connor"), Grace George (as "Nell Carter"), Robert Keith (as "Dr. Lionel Carter"), Ben Lackland (as "Robert Reynolds"), Joe Patterson (as "Bell Boy"), C. Aubrey Smith (as "Halstead Carter"), George Spelvin Jr. (as "Western Union Boy"), Richard Stevenson (as "Girard Weybright"), Michael Strong (as "Joe Crumb"), William Talman (as "Arnold Greaves"). Produced by Guthrie McClintic.

(1943). Stage Play: Kiss and Tell. Comedy.

(1944). Stage Play: No Way Out. Written by Owen Davis. Directed by Robert Keith and Owen Davis. Cort Theatre: 30 Oct 1944- 4 Nov 1944 (8 performances). Cast: Maurice Burke (as "Jim Slade"), Jean Casto (as Hesther Darrow"), Donald Foster (as "Dr. Walter Levenseller"), Viola Frayne (as "Cora Hilliard") [final Broadway role], Irene Hervey (as "Dr. Enid Karley"), Robert Keith (as Dr. Niles Hilliard"), Nancy Marquand (as "Barbara Trent"), John Marriott (as "Napoleon"), Viola Roache (as "Cora Hilliard"), Jerome Thor (as "Bob Karley"). Produced by Robert Keith.

(1945). Stage Play: A Place of Our Own. Written and directed by Elliott Nugent. Royale Theatre: 2 Apr 1945- 7 Apr 1945 (8 performances). Cast: John Archer, Seth Arnold (as "Jesse Ward"), Wolfe Barzell, Anthony Blair, Jeanne Cagney (as "Nancy Monroe"), Helen Carew, Toni Favor, Jack Howard, John Howes, Robert Keith (as "Charles Reddy"), Mercedes McCambridge (as "Mary Lorimer"), J.C. Nugent (as "Sam Reddy"), Lotta Palfi. Produced by John Golden. Produced in association with Elliott Nugent and Robert Montgomery.

(1946). Stage Play: January Thaw. Written by William Roos. Based on the novel by Bellamy Partridge. Directed by Ezra Stone. John Golden Theatre: 4 Feb 1946- 16 Mar 1946 (48 performances). Cast: Charles P. Burrows, Helen Carew, Lulu Mae Hubbard, John Hudson, Henry Jones (as "Carson"), Robert Keith (as "Herbert Gage"), Norma Lehn, Lorna Lynn, John McGovern, Charles Middleton (as "Jonathan Rockwood"), Irving Morrow, Charles Nevil, Natalie Thompson, Paul Weiss. Produced by Michael Todd.

(1948). Stage Play: Mister Roberts. Comedy. Co-written by Thomas Heggen. Directed and co-written by Joshua Logan. Alvin Theatre: 18 Feb 1948- 6 Jan 1951 (1157 performances). Cast: Henry Fonda (as "Ltjg Roberts"), William Harrigan, Robert Keith (as "Doc") [final Broadway role], David Wayne (as "Ensign Pulver"), Tige Andrews, Robert Baines, Fred Barton, Joe Bernard, Jocelyn Brando, John Campbell, Ellis Eringer, Murray Hamilton, Steven Hill, Marshall Jamison, John Jordan, Mikel Kane, Brian Keith [credited as Bob Keith Jr.], Lee Krieger, John Kullers, Rusty Lane, Harvey Lembeck (as "Insignia"), Karl Lukas, Joe Marr, Ralph Meeker (as "Mannion"), Walter Mullen, Jack Pierce, James Sherwood, Len Smith Jr., Sanders Turner, Casey Walters. Produced by Leland Hayward.

(1959). In 1959, along with Dick York and Darryl Hickman, he starred in an unsold pilot called "Men in White" about challenges faced by three doctors. The teleplay was based on Sidney Kingsley's Broadway play of the same name.

(October 24, 1949) He acted in Joshua Logan and Thomas Heggen's play, "Mister Roberts," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with John Forsythe, James Rennie, Robert Burton, Jackie Cooper, Cliff Robertson, Herbert Duffy, Frank Campanella, MIchael Reilly, Robert Carson, Dan Barton, Fred Eisley, Arthur P. Keegan, Harry Holsten, Frances Helm, Richard Walsh, Charles Boaz Jr., and Linwood McCarthy in the cast. Jo Mielziner was set designer. Joshua Logan was director. Leland Hayward was producer.

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