Lucille La Verne Poster

Other Works

  • Starred as Widow Caggle in the original Broadway production of "Sun-Up" in May 1923.
  • Starred in and directed a touring production of "Medea" in 1913.
  • Portrayed Shylock in "The Merchant of Venice" at the Little Theater, London, 1929.
  • Portrayed Minerva Ringler in the Broadway play "The Easterner" at the Garrick Theater, 1908.
  • Starred as Aunt Mary Watkins in the Broadway production of "The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary" in 1911.
  • Portrayed Clancy, the old Negress, in both London and Broadway productions of "Clarice" in 1905-1906.
  • Played the title role in the play "Salt Chunk Mary" at the Mason Theater,Los Angeles, 1927
  • Portrayed Corin in an all female cast production of "As You Like It," Garden Theater, New York, 1894
  • (1895) Stage Play: Pudd'n-head Wilson. Melodrama.
  • (1895 - 1936) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1929) Stage Play: Hot Water. Written by Helena Dayton and Louise Bascom Baratt. Directed by Lucille La Verne. Lucille La Verne Theatre: 21 Jan 1929- Feb 1929 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Florence Auer (as "Elain Dumont"), Augusta E. Boylston (as "Mrs. Binney"), Sara Haden (as "Plumie Gusset"), John M. James (as "Barney McCosh"), Harriet Keehn (as "Mrs. Schuyler Grant"), Lucille La Verne (as "Duckie aka Jessica Dale"), Charles MacDonald (as "Paul Harding"), Boyd Marshall (as "Hampton Curtis"), Blaine McKendrick (as "Lee Carter"), James Orr Ryan (as "Jack O'Brien"), G.O. Taylor (as "Peter Gerard"), Marga Waldron (as "Clare Bennett"). Produced by Lucille La Verne.
  • (1906) Stage Play: Clarice. Comedy/drama.

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