(1912- 1965). Active on Broadway
in the following productions:
(1912). Stage Play: "Little Miss Brown." Comedy. Written and directed by Philip Bartholomae
. 48th Street Theatre: 29 Aug 1912- Nov 1912 (closing date unknown/84 performances). Cast: William Morris, Rae Bowdin, John Bowers
, Terese Deagle, Mattie Ferguson, John F. Heins, Madge Kennedy
(as "Miss Brown") [Broadway debut
], Tom Lemonier, Sidney Macy, Ellen Mortimer, George Pauncefort, Ned Sparks
(as "Hotel Clerk"), Charles Stanley, Richard Taber, Olive Harper Thorne. Produced by William A. Brady
(1912). Stage Play: "The Point of View." Written by Jules Eckert Goodman
. Directed by Cyril Scott
. 48th Street Theatre (moved to Daly's Theatre from 4 Nov 1912- close): 25 Oct 1912- 11 Nov 1912 (9 performances). Cast: Emily Stevens (as "Myra Dimsley"), Howard Estabrook
, Grace Griswold
, Robert Kelly, Madge Kennedy
, May Milloy, William Morris, Lucile Watson. Replacement cast during Daly's Theatre run: Francis Carlyle, Ernest Glendinning
, Georgia O'Ramey. Produced by William A. Brady
(1914) Stage: Appeared (as "Blanche Hawkins") in "Twin Beds" on Broadway
. Written by Salisbury Field
and Margaret Mayo
. Fulton Theatre (moved to The Harris Theatre from 7 Jun 1915 to close): 14 Aug 1914-unknown (411 performances). Cast: Mabel Acker, Ray Cox, John Cumberland, Charles Judels
(as "Signor Monti"), Georgie Lawrence (as "Norah"), John Westley. Produced by William H. Harris Jr.
(1915). Stage Play: "Fair and Warmer." Written by Avery Hopwood
. Eltinge 42nd Street Theatre (moved to The Harris Theatre from 24 Jul 1916- Close): 6 Nov 1915- Unknown (377 performances). Cast: Janet Beecher
(as "Laura Wheeler"), John Cumberland (as "Billy Bartlett"), Robert Fisher (as "Harrigan"), Madge Kennedy
(as "Blanche Wheeler"), Harry Lorraine
(as "Pete Mealy") [final Broadway
role], Olive May (as "Tessie"), Ralph Morgan
(as "Jack Wheeler"), Hamilton Revelle
(as "Phillip Evans"). Produced by Selwyn & Co.
(1920). Stage Play: "Cornered." Comedy/drama. Written by Dodson Mitchell
. Directed by John McKee. Astor Theatre: 8 Dec 1920- Apr 1921 (closing date unknown/143 performances). Cast: Leslie Austin
[credited as Leslie Austen] (as "George Wells"), Nettie Bourne (as "Lola Mulvaney"), Morgan Coman
(as "Nick"), Elmer Cornell (as "Frank"), Charles Esdale
(as "Dr. Emerson"), Edward Fielding (as "Jerry"), Edith Ford (as "Miss Watson"), Robert Forsyth (as "Brewster"), Amelia Gardner (as "Mrs. Wells"), Thomas Gunn (as "Casey"), Timothy Kane (as "Smithson"), Madge Kennedy
(as "Mary Brennan/Margaret Waring"), Natalie Manning (as "Rose"), Edna May (as "Maid"), Therese Quadri (as "Leontine"), Charles Tong (as "Sing Hi"), Joseph V. Tullar (as "Flanagan"), Tom H. Walsh (as "Updike"). Produced by Henry W. Savage.
(1922) Stage: Appeared in "Spite Corner" on Broadway
(1923) Stage: Appeared in "Poppy" on Broadway
. Musical comedy with W.C. Fields opened at the Apollo theater on September 3.
(1925) Stage: Appeared in "Beware of Widows" on Broadway
(1926) Stage: Appeared in "Love in a Mist" on Broadway
(1927) Stage: Appeared in "The Springboard" on Broadway
(1927). Stage Play: "Paris Bound." Comedy. Written by Philip Barry. Directed by Arthur Hopkins
. Music Box Theatre: 27 Dec 1927- Jul 1928 (closing date unknown/234 performances). Cast: Marie Bruce
(as "Julie"), Donald Cook
(as "Jim Hutton"), Gilbert Emery
(as "James Hutton"), Madge Kennedy
(as "Mary Hutton"), Donald McDonald
(as "Richard Parrish"), Martha Mayo
(as "Helen White"), Mary Murray (as "Noel Farley"), Edwin Nicander (as "Peter Cope"), Ellen Southbrook (as "Nora Cope"), Hope Williams
(as "Fanny Shippan"). Produced by Arthur Hopkins.
(1931) Stage: Appeared (as "Amanda Prynne"; replacement for Gertrude Lawrence and OGtto Kruger subbing for Coward in "Private Lives" on Broadway
. Comedy. Written and directed by Noël Coward
. Times Square Theatre: 27 Jan 1931-Sep 1931 (closing date unknown/256 performances). Cast: Noël Coward (as "Elyot Chase"), Gertrude Lawrence
(as "Amanda Prynne"), Jill Esmond
, Laurence Olivier
(as "Victor Prynne"), Therese Quadri. Produced by Charles B. Cochran
(1932). Stage Play: "Bridal Wise." Comedy at Broadway
's Cort Theater.
(1965). Stage Play: "A Very Rich Woman." Written by Ruth Gordon
. Based on the play by Philippe Hériat. Associate Director: David Pardoll. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Stage Manager: Dick Van Patten
. Directed by Garson Kanin
. Belasco Theatre: 30 Sep 1965- 23 Oct 1965 (28 performances + 12 performances). Cast: Ruth Gordon (as "Mrs. Lord"), Ethel Griffies
(as "Mae"), Katharine Houghton
(as "Pearl"), Madge Kennedy
(as "Mrs. Minot") [final Broadway
role], Diana Muldaur
(as "Miss Moran"), Heidi Murray (as "Dalphne Bailey"), Carrie Nye
(as "Ursula Bailey"), Larry Oliver (as "Johnny"), Jon Richards (as "Dennis"), Jack Ryland (as "Alex Rovenesco"), Stefan Schnabel
(as "The Supervisor"), Ernest Truex
(as "Oliver Sears"), Peter Turgeon (as "Linus Bailey III"), Raymond Walburn
(as "Patrick") [final Broadway
role], Joan Wetmore
(as "Edith Shaw"). Standby: Sylvia Field
(as "Mrs. Lord"). Understudies: Katharine Houghton, Eileen Letchworth, Larry Oliver, Jon Richards and Dick Van Patten. Produced by Garson Kanin. Associate Producer: Al Goldin.
(1941) Reprised her role again opposite Francis Lederer in "Autumn Crocus" in Charyl Crawford's Maplewood Theater revival.
(1934) Played Fanny Grey in "Autumn Crocus" opposite Francis Lederer in Chicago.
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