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(1919- 1928). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1919). Stage Play: The Greenwich Village Follies [1919]. Musical revue. Book by Philip Bartholomae and John Murray Anderson. Lyrics by John Murray Anderson and Arthur Swanstrom. Music by A. Baldwin Sloane. Musical Director: Hilding Anderson. Music orchestrated by Hilding Anderson. Additional lyrics by Philip Bartholomae. Featuring songs by Bill Munro, Jimmy Morgan, Ted Lewis, Byron Gay, Irving Berlin, Al Herman, A. Behr, Alex Gerber and Abner Silver. Featuring songs with lyrics by Edward Lewis, Andrew B. Sterling, Benny Davis, Byron Gay, Irving Berlin, Al Herman, Alex Gerber and Abner Silver. Directed by John Murray Anderson. Greenwich Village Theatre (moved to The Nora Bayes Theatre from 9 Sep 1919- close): 15 Jul 1919- 31 Jan 1920 (232 performances). Cast: Arjamand, Babette Busey, Jane Carroll, Dorothy Clay, Anna Mae Clift, Cecil Cunningham, Virginia Curtis, Bessie McCoy Davis, Jacqueline Delaine, Jere Delaney, Harry Delf, Charles Derickson, Gordon Drexel, Robert Edwards, Doris Faithful, William Foran, Ada Forman, Helen Frances, Warner Gault, Alden Gay [Broadway debut], Al Herman, Virginia Lee, Ted Lewis, Edmund Makalif, Irene Marcellus, Rita Marshall, Irene Mathews, Susanne Morgan, Irene Olsen, Cynthia Perot, Homer Rosine, Rex Story, Edgar Thornton, Willard Ward, James Watts, Ruth Weeks, Billie Weston, Rita Zalmani, Olga Ziceva. Produced by The Bohemians Inc. and John Murray Anderson.

(1919). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic. Musical revue. Music by Dave Stamper. Lyrics by Gene Buck. Danse de Follies: 2 Oct 1919- closing date unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Irene Barker, Fanny Brice, Doris Eaton, W.C. Fields, Hal Hixon, Keegan & Edwards, Allyn King, Ted Lewis, Martha Mansfield, Arthur Rose, Charles 'Chic' Sale, Savoy & Brennan, Arthur Uttry, Frances White.

(1927). Stage Play: Artists and Models. Musical revue. Music by Harry Akst and Maurie Rubens. Additional lyrics by Ted Lewis and Jack Osterman. Lyrics by Benny Davis and J. Keirn Brennan. Musical Director: Max Meth. Featuring songs by Gus Kahn and Ray Henderson. Featuring songs with lyrics by Gus Kahn, Buddy DeSylva and Lew Brown. Choreographed by Ralph Reader, Earl Lindsey and Jan Oyra. Winter Garden Theatre: 15 Nov 1927- 24 Mar 1928 (151 performances). Cast: Tennylis Allyn, Lucille Arnold, William Baden, Julia Barker, Dan Berrigan, Beatrice Bickel, Allan Blair, Eleanor Brooks, Adelaide Candee, Buddy Carpenter, Cyrilla Casey, Mary Chandler, Eddie Chester, Louise Chowing, Charles Collins, Ethel Daniels, Annette Davies, Molly Davis, Jack Dayton, Willa De Brauw, Howard Deighton, Peggy Deighton, Doris Delairs, Doris Downes, Helen Doyle, Mary Ellis, Mildred Espy, Margie Evans, Helen Farez, Lillian Ford, Ethel Fuller, Catherine Gallimore, Walter Gilfoyle, Ruth Grace, Herman Grossman, Thalie Hamilton, Elizabeth Hill, Mary Hillyer, Margaret Hollyn, Walter Johnson, Jscherey & Hully, King, King & King, Maybell Leather, George Leland, Betty LeMay, Peggy Lemay, Ted Lewis, Henrietta Livingstone, Barbara Lloyd, Marie Lovette, Madeline Luzon, Marion Luzon, Neva Lynn, Dana Mayo, John Herbert McDowell, Elena Meade, Florence Moore, Margaret Moore, Iris Morse, William Neeley, Peggy Neil, Jack Norris, Marietta O'Brien, Harry O'Neal, Jack Osterman, Phillip Ott, Jan Oyra Dorothy Palmer, Chauncey Parsons, Patty Patterson, Nayan Pearce, Jack Pearl, Agatha Phillips, Imogene Phillips, Manilla Powers, Rosalind Rensing, Gene Roberts, Madeleine Russell, Arthur Schnitzer, Muriel Seely, Katherine Sheeran, Kay Simmons, Jack Squires, Mozel Stapp, Jo Storace, Dolly Thain, Katrina Trask, Veloz and Yolanda, Marjorie Vernelli, Amy von Hansa, Myrtle Wagner, Bee Walz, Dorothy Weber, Gladys Wheaton, Jack White, Josephine White, Mazie White, Marjorie Younger. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

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