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  • (1942) Stage: Wrote "Yours, A. Lincoln", produced on Broadway.
  • (1948) Stage: Wrote "Look, Ma, I'm Dancin'!", produced on Broadway. Musical.
  • (1956) Stage Play: Shangri-La. Musical. Book by James Hilton, Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Based on the novel "Lost Horizon" by James Hilton. Music by Harry Warren. Lyrics by James Hilton, Robert E. Lee and Jerome Lawrence. Musical Director: Lehman Engel. Choral arrangements and musical continuity by Lehman Engel. Music arranged by Philip J. Lang. Ballet music composed and arranged by Genevieve Pitot. Additional dance arrangements by John Morris. Choreographed by Donald Saddler. Scenic Design by Peter Larkin. Directed by Albert Marre. Winter Garden Theatre: 13 Jun 1956- 30 Jun 1956 (21 performances). Cast: Jay Bacon (as "Singer"), Ralph Beaumont (as "Dancer"), Edward Becker (as "Singer"), Sara Bettis (as "Singer"), Elizabeth Burgess (as "Singer"), Jack Cassidy (as "Charles Mallinson"), Joan Cherof (as "Singer"), Robert Cohan (as "The Dancer Perrault"), Michael De Marco (as "Dancer"), Kaie Deei (as "Chao-Li"), Ray Dorian (as "Dancer"), Sylvia Fabry (as "Singer"), Walter Farrell (as "Singer"), Alice Ghostley (as "Miss Brinklow"), Martyn Green (as "Chang"), Eddie Heim (as "Dancer"), Dorothy Hill (as "Dancer"), Joan Holloway (as "Rita Henderson"), Ed Kenney (as "Rimshi"), Dennis King (as "Hugh Conway"), Berry Kroeger (as "High Lama"), Harold Lang (as "Robert Henderson"), Carol Lawrence (as "Arana"), George Lenz (as "Singer"), Greb Lober (as "Dancer"), Ellen Matthews (as "Dancer"), Leland Mayforth (as "The Little One"), Bob McClure (as "Singer"), David McDaniel (as "Singer"), Teresa Montes (as "Singer"), Eileen Moran (as "Singer"), Illona Murai (as "Dancer"), Mary Ann Niles (as "Dancer"), Jack Rains (as "Singer"), Rico Riedl (as "Dancer"), Edward Stinnett (as "Dancer"), Ed Stroll (as "Singer"), Ted Wills (as "Singer"), Maggie Worth (as "Singer"), Doris Wright (as "Dancer"), Shirley Yamaguchi (as "Lo-Tsen"), Edward Kim (as "Ying Ti"), Marvin Zeller (as "Singer"). Produced by Robert Fryer and Lawrence Carr.
  • (1956) Stage: Wrote "Auntie Mame", produced on Broadway.
  • (1959) Stage Play: The Gang's All Here. Drama. Scenic and Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt. Directed by George Roy Hill. Ambassador Theatre: 1 Oct 1959-23 Jan 1960 (132 performances). Cast: Edwin Cooper, Jean Dixon, Melvyn Douglas (as "Griffith P. Hastings"), Clay Hall, John Harkins (as "Piano Player"), Arthur Hill (as "Bruce Bellingham"), Victor Kilian (as "Judge Corriglione"), Bernard Lenrow, Alberta MacDonald, E.G. Marshall (as "Walter Rafferty"), Paul McGrath, Bram Nossen (as "Arthur Anderson"), Anne Shropshire, Howard Smith, Fred Stewart (as "Doc Kirkaby"), Yvette Vickers (as "Laverne"), Bert Wheeler, Bill Zuckert. Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden. Produced in association with Sylvia Drulie.
  • (1959) Stage Play: Only in America. Written by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Based on the book by Harry Golden. Scenic Design by Peter Larkin. Directed by Herman Shumlin. Cort Theatre: 19 Nov 1959- 12 Dec 1959 (28 performances). Cast: Alan Alda (as "Telephone Man") [Broadway debut], David Baker (as "Calvin"), Shannon Bolin (as "Kate Golden"), Norris Borden (as "Young Man"), Flora Campbell (as "Dr. Leota Patterson"), Ludwig Donath (as "I. Birnbaum"), Don Fellows (as "Bill Drake"), Vincent Gardenia (as "Chairman"), Lynn Hamilton (as "Helen Cheney"), Harry Holcombe (as "State Senator Claypool"), Martin Huston (as "Herbert Loomis"), Daniel Keyes (as "Fred"), Enid Markey (as "Mrs. Archer-Loomis"), Laurens Moore (as "Legislator"), Nehemiah Persoff (as "Harry Golden"), Dinnie Smith (as "Velma"), Shepperd Strudwick (as "Lucius Whitmore"), Wayne Tippit (as "Ray"), Charlotte Whaley (as "Ruth-Ella"), Josh White Jr. (as "Jed"), Edwin Whitner (as "Hershey M. Stoddard"), Howard Wierum (as "Wes"), Edmund Williams (as "Stenotypist"), Jerry Wimberly (as "Balthasar"). Produced by Herman Shumlin.
  • (1961) Stage Play: A Call on Kuprin. Written by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Based on the novel by Maurice Edelman. Directed by George Abbott. Broadhurst Theatre: 25 May 1961- 3 Jun 1961 (12 performances). Cast: John Allen (as "Arthur Harrington"), Marie Baratoff (as "Mrs. Kendall"), Lydia Bruce (as "Vera Kuprina"), Dabney Coleman (as "American Couple/Marine Sgt. Loomis/Guard/Second K.G.B. Guard/Guard at Yalta") [Broadway debut], John Garson (as "Col. I.L. Makarov"), Halyna Harcourt (as "Nina/Friend of Jazz Enthusiast/Singing Girl"), John Hirst (as "Russian Sailor"), Claude Horton (as "Holloway"), Lauri Ikonen (as "Chess Boy"), Leon Janney (as "Professor Trifonov"), Rita Karin (as "Head Intourist Clerk/Book Peddler"), Doreen Kay (as "Tourist Couple/Kvas Vendor"), Eugenie Leontovich (as "Madame Kuprina"), Jeffrey Lynne (as "Jonathan Smith"), Victor Merinow (as "Intourist Aide/Soviet Policeman/K.G.B. Interpretor"), Andre Pascal (as "Tourist Couple/Russian Sailor/K.G.B. Guard"), Gedda Petry (as "Woman Porter/Flower Peddler/Singing Girl"), Joe Ponazecki (as "Tourist/Drunk"), Nicholas Saunders (as "Mr. Kendall/Guard at Yalta"), Edmund Shaff (as "Tourist Guide/Friend of Jazz Enthusiast"), William Swetland (as "American Ambassador"), Ludmilla Tchor (as "Assistant Clerk"), Ludmila Toretzka (as "Old Woman/Woman Sweeping/Ted Vadim Tourist") [final Broadway role], Tania Velia (as "American Couple/Jazz Enthusiast/Singing Girl"), George Voskovec (as "Professor V.V. Kuprin"). Produced by Robert E. Griffith and Harold Prince.
  • (1966) Stage: Wrote "Mame", produced on Broadway. Musical comedy.
  • (1969) Stage: Wrote (w/Jerome Lawrence) "Dear World", produced on Broadway. Music / lyrics by Jerry Herman. Based on "The Madwoman of Chaillot" by Jean Giraudoux. Based on "The Madwoman of Chaillot" as adapted by Maurice Valency. Musical Director: Donald Pippin. Vocal arrangements by Donald Pippin. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang. Dance and incidental music arrangements by Dorothee Freytag. Choreographed / directed by Joe Layton. Mark Hellinger Theatre: 6 Feb 1969-31 May 1969 (132 performances + 45 previews that began on 18 Dec 1969). Cast: Angela Lansbury (as "Countess Aurelia, The Madwoman of Chaillot"), Jane Connell (as "Gabrielle, The Madwoman of Montmarte"), Carmen Mathews (as "Constance, The Madwoman of the Flea Market"), Milo O'Shea (as "The Sewerman"), Ted Agress (as "The Juggler"), Nicole Barth (as "Person of Paris"), Bruce Becker (as "Person of Paris"), Toney Brealond (as "Person of Paris"), Jane Coleman (as "Person of Paris"), Michael Davis (as "The Doorman"), Jack Davison (as "Person of Paris"), Jacque Dean (as "Person of Paris"), Richard Dodd (as "Person of Paris"), Clifford Fearl (as "Board Member"), Miguel Godreau (as "The Deaf-Mute"), John Grigas (as "Person of Paris"), Pamela Hall (as "Nina"; Broadway debut), Marian Haraldson (as "Person of Paris"), Tony Juliano (as "Person of Paris"), Charles Karel (as "Board Member"), Gene Kelton (as "Person of Paris"), Zale Kessler (as "Board Member"), Carolyn Kirsch (as "Person of Paris"), William Larsen (as "The Chairman of The Board"), Urylee Leonardos (as "Person of Paris"), Joe Masiell (as "The Prospector"), Ty McConnell (as "The Busboy"), Larry Merritt (as "Person of Paris"), Kurt Peterson (as "Julian"), Ruth Ramsey (as "Person of Paris"), Orrin Reiley (as "Person of Paris" Broadway debut), Patsy Sabline (as "Person of Paris"), Connie Simmons (as "Person of Paris"), John Taliaferro (as "The Peddler"), Margot Travers (as "Person of Paris"), Gene Varrone (as "The Waiter"), Charles Welch (as "Board Member"), Mary Zahn (as "Person of Paris"). Standbys: Camila Ashland (as "Constance, Gabrielle"), M'el Dowd (as "Countess Aurelia"). Produced by Alexander H. Cohen. Associate Producer: Hildy Parks.
  • (1971) Stage: Wrote (w/Jerome Lawrence) "The Incomparable Max", produced on Broadway. Based on stories by Max Beerbohm. Directed by Gerald Freedman. Royale Theatre: 19 Oct 1971-6 Nov 1971 (23 performances + 10 previews that began on 9 Oct 1971). Cast: Richard Kiley (as "Enoch Soames" / "A.V. Laider"), Clive Revill (as "Max Beerbohm"), Martyn Green (as "The Man" / "Col. Elbourne"), Constance Carpenter (as "Mrs. Elbourne"), Michael Egan (as "William Rothenstein"), John Fitzgibbon (as "Library Clerk" "/Young Man"), Fionnula Flanagan (as "Girl Library Attendant"/ "Usher" / "Mrs. Blake"), Christina Gillespie (as "Usher" / "Girl-in-a-Hurry" "/Maid"), Claude Horton (as "Theatergoer"), Donald Marye (as "Hotel Clerk" / "Uncle Sydney"), Betty Sinclair (as "Theatergoer's wife"), Rex Thompson (as "Mr. Blake"), Louis Turenne (as "Lewis, a waiter" / "Frenchman"). Produced by Michael Abbott, Rocky Aoki and Jerry Hammer. Associate Producer: Donald Sheff.
  • (1978) Stage Play: First Monday in October. Written by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Costume Design by Ann Roth. Lighting Design by Roger Morgan. Directed by Edwin Sherin. Majestic Theatre (moved to The ANTA Playhouse 14 Nov 1978- close): 3 Oct 1978- 9 Dec 1978 (79 performances + 17 previews that began on 19 Sep 1978). Cast: Jane Alexander (as "Judge Ruth Loomis"), Henry Fonda (as "Associate Justice Daniel Snow") [final Broadway role], Larry Gates (as "Chief Justice James Jefferson Crawford"), Maurice Copeland (as "Associate Justice Waldo Thompson"), Ron Faber (as "Blake"), Carol Mayo Jenkins (as "Miss Birnbaum"), Patrick McCullough (as "Associate Justice Christopher Halloran"), John Newton (as "The Marshall"), Alexander Reed (as "Associate Justice Ambrose Quincy"), P.J. Sidney (as "Custodian"), Tom Stechschulte (as "Mason Woods"), John Stewart (as "Custodian/Photographer"), Eugene Stuckmann (as "Associate Justice Richard Carey"), Earl Sydnor (as "Associate Justice Josiah Clewes"), John Wardwell (as "Associate Justice Harold Webb"). Produced by The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and Plumstead Theatre Society Inc. (Martha Scott, Joel Spector, Bernard Wiesen). Note: Filmed as First Monday in October (1981).
  • (1983) Stage: Wrote (w/Jerome Lawrence) source material (play) / book for "Mame", produced on Broadway. Musical comedy (revival). Based on the book "Auntie Mame" by Patrick Dennis. Music / lyrics / production supervised by Jerry Herman. Musical Director: Jim Coleman. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang. Vocal arrangements by Donald Pippin. Choreography recreated by Diana Baffa-Brill. Original choreography by Onna White. Directed by John Bowab. George Gershwin Theatre: 24 Jul 1983-28 Aug 1983 (41 performances + 7 previews that began on 20 Jul 1983). Cast: Angela Lansbury (as "Mame Dennis"), Jane Connell, Anne Francine, Sab Shimono, Willard Waterman, Ellyn Arons, John C. Becher, Alyson Bristol, Merwin Foard, Marshall Hagins, Roshi Handwerger, Ken Henley, Jacob Mark Hopkin, Michaela Hughes, Suzanne Ishee, Kenneth Kantor, Harry Kingsley, Louise Kirtland (as "Dance Teacher, Mrs. Upson"), Melinda Koblick, Barbara Lang, David Loring, Carol Lurie, Daniel Mahon, Brian McAnally, David Miles, Patrick Sean Murphy (as "Bird Dancer" / "Junior Babcock" / Mame's Friend"), Byron Nease, Viewma Negromonte, Michele Pigliavento, Richard Poole, Cissy Rebich, Joseph Rich, Mollie Smith, Fran Stevens, Scot Stewart, Donald Torres. Produced by The Mitch Leigh Company. Associate Producer: Manny Kladitis.
  • (1996) Stage: Wrote (w/Jerome Lawrence) "Inherit the Wind", produced on Broadway (revival).
  • (2007) Stage: Wrote (w/Jerome Lawrence) "Inherit the Wind", produced on Broadway (revival).
  • (1957) Jerome Lawrence and his play, "Inherit the Wind," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Ed Begley in the cast.
  • (2004) Jerome Lawrence and his play, "Inherit the Wind," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Andre De Shields, Alan Rachins, James DePaiva, Brad Bellamy, Jacob Blumer, Jonathan Bustle, Lynn Eldredge, Frank Lowe, Andy Phelan, Randy Redd, Peg Small, Devon Sorvari, and Ken Triwush in the cast.
  • (October 8, 1956) Jerome Lawrence and his play, "Inherit the Wind," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Melvyn Douglas in the cast.
  • (October 30, 1957 - January 17, 1959) Jerome Lawrence and his play, "Auntie Mame," was first performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio and closed at the Erlanger Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Eve Arden, Benay Venuta, Brooks West, Dorothy Blackburn, David Lewis, Florence McMichael, Manning Ross, Elizabeth Talbot-Martin, Ray Fulmer, Jacqueline Holt, Yuki Shimoda, Dennis Joel, Suzanne Turner, Willard Waterman, and Constance Bennett in the cast. Oliver Smith was set designer. Michael Travis was costume designer. Travis Banton was gown designer. Morton DaCosta was director. Robert Fryer and Lawrence Carr were producers.
  • (October 30, 1957) Jerome Lawrence and his play, "Auntie Mame," was performed at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York City with Rosalind Russell in the cast for 639 performances.
  • (1970) Jerome Lawrence and his play, "Mame," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn New Jersey with Janet Blair, Ann Mitchell, Isabell Farrell and Louise Kirkland in the cast. John Bowab was director.
  • (1984-1985 Season) Jerome Lawrence and his play, "Inherit the Wind," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with E.G. Marshall and Robert Vaughn in the cast. John Going was director. Michael Anania was scenic designer. Mimi Jordan Sherin was lighting designer. Guy Geoly was costume designer.
  • (August 1957) Jerome Lawrence and his play, "Inherit the Wind," was performed at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Ed Begley in the cast.
  • (July 1973) Jerome Lawrence and he wrote the book for the musical, "Mame," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine. Jerry Herman was composer and lyricist.
  • (July 1980) He and Jerome Lawrence wrote the book for the musical, "Mame," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Patrice Munsel in the cast. Jerry Herman was composer and lyricist.
  • (July 2004) Jerome Lawrence and he wrote the book for the musical, "Auntie Mame," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Charles Busch in the cast.
  • (October 18, 1960) Jerome Lawrence and his play, "The Gang's All Here," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. F. Cowles Strickland was director.
  • (October 23 to November 29, 1970) Jerome Lawrence and his play, "The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Norman Gevanthor was director.
  • (November 1 to December 9, 1973) Jerome Lawrence and his play, "Inherit the Wind," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Zelda Fichlander was director.
  • (September to October 1973) Jerome Lawrence and his play, "Inherit the Wind," was performed in the Arena Stage Theatre production at the Hartke Theatre at Catholic University in Washington D.C. and on tour in Moscow, Russia at the MXAT-Filial and the Pushkin Theatre in St. Petersburg. Russia.
  • (1980 to 1981 season) Jerome Lawrence and his play, "Inherit The Wind," was performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island. Adrian Hall was director. Eugene Lee was set designer. William Lane was costume designer. John F. Custer was lighting designer.

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