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(1917- 1963). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1917). Stage Play: Billeted. Comedy. Written by F. Tennyson Jesse and H.M. Harwood. Playhouse Theatre (moved to The Fulton Theatre from 14 Jan 1918- close): 25 Dec 1917- Mar 1918 (closing date unknown/79 performances). Cast: Margaret Anglin, Phyllis Birkett, Langdon Bruce, Myra Burrington, Edward Emery, Margaret Hoffman, Howard Lindsay [Broadway debut], Roland Rushton, Sally Williams.

(1919). Stage Play: A Young Man's Fancy. Comedy.

(1921). Stage Play: Dulcy.

(1921). Stage Play: The Wren. Comedy.

(1922). Stage Play: To the Ladies. Comedy. Written by George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly. Directed by Howard Lindsay. Liberty Theatre: 20 Feb 1922- 10 Jun 1922 (128 performances). Cast: William Canfield (as "The Politician"), Albert Cowles (as "Another Truckman/A Photographer"), Robert Fiske (as "Tom Baker"), Helen Hayes (as "Elsie Beebe"), Percy Helton (as "Chester Mullin"), George Howell (as "John Kincaid"), J.J. Hyland (as "A Truckman"), Isabel Irving (as "Mrs. Kincaid"), John Kennedy (as "The Barber"), Otto Kruger (as "Leonard Beebe"), John Maroni (as "The Bootblack"), Norma Mitchell (as "The Stenographer"), Grace Morgan (as "The Manicure"), William Seymour (as "The Toastmaster"). Produced by George C. Tyler and Abraham L. Erlanger.

(1922). Stage Play: The '49ers. Musical revue. Music by Arthur Samuels and Lewis E. Gensler. Lyrics by Morrie Ryskind and Frank Adams. Book by Frank Adams. Sketches by Marc Connelly, Ring Lardner, George S. Kaufman, Morrie Ryskind, Dorothy Parker, Howard Dietz [earliest Broadway credit] and Robert Benchley. Staged by Howard Lindsay. Choreographed by Albert Carroll. Directed by George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly. Punch and Judy Theatre: 6 Nov 1922- 18 Nov 1922 (16 performances/Played in rotation with "The Love Girl"). Cast: Louis Barrington, James Bell, Brenda Bond, Gladys Burgette, Albert Carroll, Jeanne Chambers, Francis Elderon, Allen Fagan, Ward Fox, Sol Friedman, Ruth Gillmore, Paolo Grosso, Maida Harries, Clyde Hunnewell, Louise Hunter, May Irwin, Howard Lindsay, Frank Lyon, Denman Maley, Philip Mann, Beryl Mercer, Monica Moore, Devah Morel, Margot Myers, Sidney Toler, Ira Uhr, Angela Warde, Easton Yonge, Roland Young. Produced by George C. Tyler.

(1922). Stage Play: Sweet Nell of Old Drury. Melodrama (revival). Written by Paul Kester. 48th Street Theatre: 18 May 1923- Jun 1923 (closing date unknown/35 performances). Cast: Helenka Adamowska, Charner Batson, George Baxter (as "Alderman") [Broadway debut], James Bell, Leonard Booker, Laura Burt (as "Tiffin"), Lionel Chalmers, Lynn Fontanne (as "Lady Castlemaine"), Herbert Grimwood, Edwin Holland, Regan Hughston, Paul Jacchia, Seymour Jamison, Schuyler Ladd (as "Lord Lovelace"), Howard Lindsay (as "Rollins"), Richie Ling (as "Lord Rochester"), Alfred Lunt (as "Charles II"), Marguerite Myers, Leo Stark, Laurette Taylor (as "Nell Gwynne"). Produced by The Equity Players Inc. and J. Hartley Manners.

(1923). Stage Play: The Good Old Days. Comedy.

(1924). Stage Play: The Haunted House. Farce. Written by Owen Davis. Directed by Howard Lindsay. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 2 Sep 1924- Dec 1924 (closing date unknown/103 performances). Cast: Leslie Adams (as "The Chauffeur"), Arthur Aylesworth [credited as Arthur Aylsworth] (as "The Milkman"), Dudley Clements (as "The Detective"), Wallace Eddinger (as "The Novelist"), John Irwin (as "The Tramp"), Saxon Kling (as "The Groom"), Isabel Leighton (as "The Girl"), Denman Maley (as "The Sheriff"), Frank Monroe (as "The Father"), Flora Sheffield (as "The Bride"), Isabel Withers (as "The Wife"). Produced by Albert Lewis and Max Gordon.

(1925). Stage Play: Two By Two. Comedy.

(1925). Stage Play: The Poor Nut. Comedy. Written by J.C. Nugent and Elliott Nugent. Directed by Howard Lindsay. Henry Miller's Theatre: 27 Apr 1925- May 1925 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Beach Cooke (as "Hub" Smith"), Joseph Dailey (as "Colonel" Small"), Margaret Fitch (as "Peggy"), Percy Helton (as "Magpie" Welch"), Cornelius Keefe (as "Walle" Pierce"), Wright Kramer (as "Professor Deming"), Norma Lee (as "Margerie Blake"), Joseph Loudon (as "Wisconsin Official"), Jean Mann (as "Betty'), Grant Mills' (as "Spike" Hoyt"), Joseph Mitchell (as "A Freshman"), Elliott Nugent (as "John Miller"), Thomas Shearer (as "Doc" Spurney"), Florence Shirley (as "Julia Winters"), John Webster (as "Coach Jackson"). Produced by Patterson McNutt.

(1926). Stage Play: The Good Fellow. Comedy.

(1927). Stage Play: Tommy. Comedy.

(1928). Stage Play: The Beaux Stratagem. Comedy (revival).

(1928). Stage Play: This Thing Called Love. Comedy.

(1929). Stage Play: Your Uncle Dudley. Comedy.

(1930). Stage Play: The Up and Up. Comedy.

(1930). Stage Play: Oh, Promise Me. Comedy/farce. Written by Howard Lindsay and Bertrand Robinson. General Press Representative: John Peter Toohey. Directed by Howard Lindsay and Bertrand Robinson. Morosco Theatre: 24 Nov 1930- Mar 1931 (closing date unknown/145 performances). Cast: Eleanore Bedford, Clarence Bellair, Rosamund Carpentier, Chester Clute (as "Mr. Brown"), Frazer Coulter (as "Judge Hawley"), Arthur Davies, Jeanne Greene, Eleanor Hicks, Eddie Hodge (as "Bell Boy"), Harry Hornick (as "Mr. Siegel"), Donald Meek (as "Luther Bowen"), Jack Morgan, William Nelson, J. Francis O'Reilly, Mary Philips, Edward H. Robins, Frank Sylvester (as "Marshall Durant"), Lee Tracy (as "Mark Reed"), George Wilson. Produced by Sam Harris.

(1932). Stage Play: Child of Manhattan. Romantic comedy.

(1932). Stage Play: Gay Divorce. Musical comedy.

(1933). Stage Play: The Party's Over.

(1933). Stage Play: Tommy. Comedy (revival). Written by Howard Lindsay and Bertrand Robinson. Directed by Alan Bunce. Forrest Theatre: 7 Aug 1933- Aug 1933 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Seth Arnold (as "David Tuttle"), Harlan Briggs (as "Mr. Thurber"), Alan Bunce (as "Bernard"), Charles Eaton (as "Tommy Mills"), George L. Graves (as "Judge Wilson"), Janet McLeay (as "Marie Thurber"), Marguerite Merrill (as "Mrs. Wilson"), Maida Reade (as "Mrs. Thurber"). Produced by O.E. Wee and Jules J. Leventhal.

(1933). Stage Play: She Loves Me Not. Comedy.

(1934). Stage Play: By Your Leave. Comedy.

(1934). Stage Play: Anything Goes. Musical comedy. Music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Based on material by Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse. Material revisions by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Music arranged by Robert Russell Bennett and Hans Spialek. Choral arrangements by Ray Johnson. Directed by Howard Lindsay. Alvin Theatre (moved to The 46th Street Theatre from 30 Sep 1935 to close): 21 Nov 1934- 16 Nov 1935 (420 performances). Cast included: William Gaxton (as "Billy Crocker"), Ethel Merman (as "Reno Sweeney"), Victor Moore, Bettina Hall, May Abbey, Kay Adams, Leslie Barrie, William Barry, Ruth Bond, Chet Bree, Norma Butler, Billy Curtis, Ed Delbridge, Lola Dexter, Vera Dunn (as "Bonnie Letour"), Florence Earle, Enez Early, Maurice Elliott, Neal Evans, Paul Everton (as "Elisha J. Whitney"), Charlie Fang, Marjorie Fisher, Helen Folsom, Stuart Fraser, David Glidden, Ruth Gormley, Irene Hamlin, Maurine Holmes, Ray Johnson, Renee Johnson, Evelyn Kelly, Irene Kelly, John C. King, Leoda Knapp, George E. Mack, Doris Maye, Richard Nealy, Marquita Nicholai, Lillian Ostrom, Jackie Paige, Mary Philips, Irvin Pincus, Del Porter, Helen Raymond, Houston Richards, Pacie Ripple, Cornelia Rogers, Ruth Shaw, Eleanore Sheridan, Marshall Smith, Dwight Snyder, Ethel Sommerville, William Stamm, Frances Stewart, Drucilla Strain, The Stylists, Vivian Vance (as "Babe"), Val Vestoff, Finette Walker, John Walsh, Richard Wang, Harry Wilson. Produced by Vinton Freedley. Note: Historically significant production (and a monster hit) given it launched Ms. Merman as a major star. Production often cited as an example of the quintessential 1930s musical comedy.

(1935). Stage Play: A Slight Case of Murder. Comedy. Written by Damon Runyon and Howard Lindsay. Directed by Damon Runyon and Howard Lindsay. 48th Street Theatre: 11 Sep 1935- Nov 1935 (closing date unknown/69 performances). Cast: Marga Barbet, Sydney Booth (as "Gammon Smith"), Eleanor Brent, Paul E. Burns, Georgia Caine, George Christie (as "Colonel Jake Schultz"), Richard Courtney, F.H. Day, Nick Dennis (as "Telegraph Boy") [Broadway debut], Ray Devlin, Malcolm Duncan, José Ferrer (as "2nd Policeman") [Broadway debut], J. Fitzgerald, Mrs. Fralick, Clyde Franklin (as "1st Policeman"), Beth Franklyn, Marion Frederic, Alice Frey, John Griggs, Lawrence Grossmith (as "Theodore Whitelaw"), John Harrington, Joy Hathaway, Eleanor Healy, James Kearns, Timothy Lynn Kearse, John M. Kline, Irja Koski, James La Curto, Annette Le May, Roy Le May, Ted Levey, Frances Levian, Harry Levian, Geoffrey Lind, Dan Malloy, M. Miltos, E. Molenedyk, Percy Moore, R. Norvak, Winton Sears, Fred Steinway, Phyllis Welch, Joseph Sweeney, Richard Taber, Clyde Veaux, Walter Wagner, Charles Wellesley, Frankie Wheeler. Produced by Howard Lindsay.

(1937). Stage Play: Hooray for What! Musical comedy. Music by Harold Arlen. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. Conceived by E.Y. Harburg. Additional orchestrations by Joseph Glover, Conrad Salinger and Paul Sterrett. Musical Director: Robert Emmett Dolan. Music arranged by Kay Thompson and Hugh Martin. Based on material by Howard Lindsay. Scenic Design by Vincente Minnelli. Dances directed by Robert Alton. Directed and supervised by Vincente Minnelli. Winter Garden Theatre: 1 Dec 1937- 21 May 1938 (200 performances). Cast: Anthony Albert (as "Department Head/Dancing Ensemble"), Joanna Allen (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Peggy Badey (as "Singing Ensemble"), Margorie Baglin (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Al Baron (as "Second Tough"), Dorothy Bird (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Bidda Blakely (as "Singing Ensemble"), Ralph Blane (as "A Spy/Singing Ensemble"), Ruthanna Boris (as "Principal Dancer"), The Briants (as "Specialty Act"), Florine Callahan (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Constance Carr (as "Singing Ensemble"), Leo Chalzel (as "The Mayor/Herr Zingaroff"), William Chandler (as "Singing Ensemble"), Carrol Clarke (as "Singing Ensemble"), June Clyde, Harold Cook (as "Singing Ensemble"), Ford Crane (as "Singing Ensemble"), Maxine Darrell (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Louise de Forrest (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Helene Ecklund (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Will Ferry (as "Mr. Harriman"), The Five Reillys, Franklyn Fox (as "First Tough/Admiral Sir Basil Entwhistle"), Joel Friend (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Peggy Gallimore (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Phillip Gordon (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Al Gordon's Dogs (as "Specialty Act"), Paul Haakon (as "Princial Dancer"), Helen Hannan, William Hawley (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Rita Horgan (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Beverly Hosier (as "Singing Ensemble"), Frank Howard (as "Singing Ensemble"), Arthur Kay, Evelyn Laurie (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Hugh Martin (as "Singing Ensemble"), Mary Joan Martin (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Mary Meyer (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Mickey Moore (as "Department Head/Dancing Ensemble"), Evelyn Moser (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Meg Mundy (as "Singing Ensemble"), Edward Murray (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Dagmar Nilsson (as "Singing Ensemble"), Mary Ann Parker, Wynelle Patterson (as "Singing Ensemble"), Bill Pillick (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Leon Polinsky (as "Specialty Act"), Don Popikoff (as "Comrade Popikoff"), Jo Raskin (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Gracie Reilly (as "Gracie"), Marcel Rousseau, Sid Salzer (as "Department Head/Dancing Ensemble"), Charles Senna (as "Daniel/Generalissimo Di Gregorio"), Robert Shafer (as "Benjamin Benedict/Benjy"), Ruth Shaw (as "Dancing Ensemble"), John Smedberg (as "Singng Ensemble"), Virginia Smith (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Sue Hastings' Marionettes (as "Specialty Act"), Barbara Towne (as "Singing Ensemble"), Vivian Vance (as "Stephanie Stephanovich"), Marie Vanneman (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Virginia Vonne (as "Singing Ensemble"), Carol Louise Wanderman (as "Little Girl"), Jack Whiting (as "Breezy Cunningham"), Armonce Wilkins (as "Singing Ensemble"), Castle Williams (as "Manager/Singing Ensemble"), Ed Wynn (as "Chuckles"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1959). Stage Play: The Sound of Music. Musical. Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Based on "The Trapp Family Singers" by Maria Augusta Trapp. Musical Director: Frederick Dvonch. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Choral arrangements by Trude Rittman. Musical staging by Joe Layton. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard. Directed by Vincent J. Donehue. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (moved to The Mark Hellinger Theatre from 6 Nov 1962- close): 16 Nov 1959- 15 Jun 1963 (1443 performances + 5 previews). Cast: Mary Martin (as "Maria Rainer, a postulant at Nonnberg Abbey"), Theodore Bikel (as "Captain Georg von Trapp"), Kurt Kasznar (as "Max Detweiler"), Marion Marlowe (as "Elsa Schraeder"), Patricia Neway (as "The Mother Abbess"), Joanne Birks (as "Ensemble"), Patricia Brooks (as "Ensemble"), June Card (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Dallas (as "Ensemble"), Brian Davies (as "Rolf Gruber"), Ceil Delli (as "Ensemble"), Kathy Dunn (as "Louisa von Trapp:), Luce Ennis (as "Ursula, a maid/Ensemble"), Cleo Fry (as "Ensemble"), Barbara George (as "Ensemble"), Stefan Gierasch (as "Herr Zeller"), Michael Gorrin (as "Admiral von Schreiber"), Joey Heatherton (as "Ensemble"), Lucas Hoving (as "Ensemble"), Elizabeth Howell (as "Sister Berthe, Mistress of Novices"), Patricia Kelly (as "Ensemble"), Maria Kova (as "Ensemble"), Evanna Lien (as "Gretl von Trapp"), Mary Susan Locke (as "Marta von Trapp"), Nan McFarland (as "Frau Schmidt, the housekeeper"), Shirley Mendonca (as "Ensemble"), Kathy Miller (as "Ensemble"), Lorna Nash (as "Ensemble"), Muriel O'Malley (as "Sister Margaretta, Mistress of Postulants"), Lauri Peters (as "Liesl von Trapp"), Keith Prentice (as "Ensemble"), John Randolph (as "Franz, the butler"), Nancy Reeves (as "Ensemble"), Marilyn Rogers (as "Brigitta von Trapp"), Bernice Saunders (as "Ensemble"), Connie Sharman (as "Ensemble"), Karen Shepard (as "Sister Sophia"), Kirby Smith (as "Baron Elberfeld"), William Snowden (as "Friedrich von Trapp"), Gloria Stevens (as "Ensemble"), Joseph Stewart (as "Kurt von Trapp"), Tatiana Troyanos (as "Ensemble"), Mimi Vondra (as "Ensemble"), Sue Yaeger (as "A Postulant"). Standbys: Renée Guérin (as "Maria Rainer") and Kenneth Harvey (as "Captain Georg von Trapp"). Understudies: Dorothy Dallas (as "Sister Berthe"), David Gress (as "Friedrich von Trapp/Kurt von Trapp"), Joey Heatherton (as "Liesl von Trapp/Louisa von Trapp"), Lucas Hoving (as "Herr Zeller"), Elizabeth Howell (as "Frau Schmidt/The Mother Abbess"), Sheppard Kerman (as "Max Detweiler"), Maria Kova (as "Sister Sophia"), Mary Susan Locke (as "Brigitta von Trapp"), Keith Prentice (as "Rolf Gruber"), Nancy Reeves (as "Sister Margaretta"), Karen Shepard (as "Elsa Schraeder"), Kirby Smith (as "Admiral von Schreiber/Franz") and Frances Underhill (as "Gretl von Trapp/Marta von Trapp"). Replacement cast [during Lunt-Fontanne Theatre run]: Maureen Bailey (as "Ensemble"), Jay Barney (as "Franz, the butler"), Richard Carafa (as "Kurt von Trapp"), Jeannie Carson (as "Maria Rainer, a postulant at Nonnberg Abbey") [from ? Jul 1962- ?], Imelda De Martin (as "Ensemble/Liesl von Trapp"), Nancy Dussault (as "Maria Rainer, a postulant at Nonnberg Abbey") [from ? Sep 1962- ?], Helen Feit (as "Ensemble"), Dan Ferrone (as "Ensemble"), Catherine Gale (as "Ensemble"), Geraldine Gale (as "Ensemble"), Ann Gardner (as "Ensemble"), Barbara Gregory (as "Ensemble"), Sarah Hageman (as "Ensemble"), Elizabeth Howell (as "The Mother Abbess"), Lois Hunt (as "Elsa Schraeder"), Tommy Leap (as "Kurt von Trapp"), Valerie Lee (as "Gretl von Trapp"), Sara Letton (as "A Postulant/Ensemble"), Nadine Lewis (as "Sister Margaretta, Mistress of Postulants"), Evanna Lien (as "Marta von Trapp"), Paul Lipson (as "Max Detweiler"), Mary Susan Locke (as "Brigitta von Trapp"), Milton Luchan (as "Herr Zeller"), Marissa Mason (as "Liesl von Trapp"), Laura Michaels (as "Gretl von Trapp"), Jen Nelson (as "Elsa Schraeder"), Nita Novy (as "Brigitta von Trapp"), Lizabeth Pritchett (as "Sister Berthe, Mistress of Novices/The Mother Abbess"), Lu Ann Ragle (as "Ensemble"), Bernice Saunders (as "Ursula, a maid"), Donald Scott (as "Captain Georg von Trapp"), Leslie Smith (as "Gretl von Trapp"), Royston Thomas (as "Friedrich von Trapp"), Webb Tilton (as "Baron Elberfeld"), Ronnie Tourso (as "Friedrich von Trapp"), Peter Van Hattum (as "Rolf Gruber"), Jay Velie (as "Admiral von Schreiber"), Gina Viglione (as "Ensemble"), Jon Voight (as "Rolf Gruber") [Broadway debut], Arthur Warren (as "Friedrich von Trapp"), Connie Webber (as "Ensemble"), Mitzi Wilson (as "Ensemble"), Martha Wright (as "Maria Rainer, a postulant at Nonnberg Abbey") [from ? Oct 1961 - ?]. Standby: Barbara Meister (as "Maria Rainer"). Understudies: Maureen Bailey (as "Liesl von Trapp"), Imelda De Martin (as "Liesl von Trapp/Louisa von Trapp"), Kenny Doré (as "Friedrich von Trapp/Kurt von Trapp"), Dan Ferrone (as "Rolf Gruber"), Cleo Fry (as "Sister Berthe"), Sarah Hageman (as "Frau Schmidt"), Valerie Lee (as "Gretl von Trapp/Marta von Trapp"), Sara Letton (as "Liesl von Trapp"), Evanna Lien (as "Marta von Trapp/Brigitta von Trapp"), Shirley Mendonca (as "Sister Sophia"), Steven Meyer (as "Herr Zeller"), Laura Michaels (as "Gretl von Trapp/Marta von Trapp"), Patty Michaels (as "Louisa von Trapp"), Lizabeth Pritchett (as "The Mother Abbess"), Wayne Sullivan (as "Friedrich von Trapp/Kurt von Trapp"), Webb Tilton (as "Admiral von Schreiber/Franz/Herr Zeller"). [During Mark Hellinger Theatre run]: Nancy Dussault (as "Maria Rainer, a postulant at Nonnberg Abbey"). Understudy: Phil Proctor [credited as Philip Proctor] (as "Rolf Gruber") [earliest Broadway credit]. Produced by Leland Hayward, Richard Halliday, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. Note: Filmed by Robert Wise Productions/Argyle Enterprises [distributed by Twentieth Century Fox] as The Sound of Music (1965).

(1942). Stage Play: Strip for Action. Written by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Bretaigne Windust. National Theatre: 30 Sep 1942- 2 Jan 1943 (110 performances). Cast: Jean Carter (as "Florida"), Joey Faye (as "Joey"), Billy Koud (as "Billy Miller"), Murray Leonard, Eleanor Lynn, Keenan Wynn (as "Nutsy"), Harold Abbey (as "Jonesy"), Wylie Adams (as "Jeff"), Jack Albertson (as "Eddie"), Anita Arden (as "Gladys"), Harry Bannister (as "Chief of Staff"), Helen Barrie (as "Doris"), Leslie Barrie(as "Commissioner Ainley"), Marji Beeler (as "Maizie"), Howard Blaine, Eleanor Boleyn (as "Ruthie"), Olga Brace (as "Sally"), Milt Bronson (as "Sam"), Richard Clark, Wendell Corey (as "Farmer"), Toni Crane, Harry De Costa, John Deshay, Jeraldine Dvorak, Cpl. Tommy Farrell (as "Traps") [Broadway debut], Doris Faye (as "Shirley"), Pat Flynn, Kenneth Forbes (as "Buzz"), Bert Freed (as "Dan"), Joseph Haworth, Paul Huber (as "Gen. McPhelan"), Gloria Ingles (as "Judy"), Charlie Kaye (as "Clint"), Barry Kelley, David Kerman (as "Major Daniels") [final Broadway role], Don Kohler (as "Tex"), Boo La Von, Owen Martin (as "Mitch"), James McMahon (as "Gus"), Gary Myles, Gordon Nelson (as "Capt. Adams"), Betty Noonan (as "Dracula"), Jacqueline Paige (as "Virginia"), Cpl. Leonard A. Patrick (as "Lieut. Nelson"), Coby Ruskin (as "Brooklyn"), Evelyn Russell, Richard Sanders, Jerome Thor (as "Hollenbeck"), Kitty Voss (as "Kitty"), Will J. Ward (as "Mike"). Produced by Oscar Serlin, Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse.

(1959). Stage Play: The Sound of Music. Musical drama.

(1962). Stage Play: Mr. President. Musical comedy.

(1960). Stage Play: A Lovely Light.

(1959). Stage Play: Tall Story. Comedy.

(November 12, 1985 to December 15, 1985) Russell Crouse and his play, "Life with Father," was performed at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Robert Desmond in the cast.

(May 20, 1934) His play, "She Loves Me Not," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with David Wayne (Wayne McKeekan) in the cast.

(October 20, 1941 to November 2, 1941) Russell Crouse and his play, "Life with Father," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.

(December 4, 1944) Russell Crouse and his play, "Life with Father," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Carl Benton Reid in the cast.

(April 29, 1946) Russell Crouse and his play, "Life with Father," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Carl Benton Reid in the cast.

(June 9, 1952) Russel Crouse and his musical, "Call Me Madam," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Elaine Stritch in the cast.

(October 15, 1956) Russel Crouse and his play, "The Great Sebastians," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne in the cast.

(1953) Russel Crouse and his musical, "Call Me Madam," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Jacqueline James, Dick Smart and Margot Moser in the cast. Frank Carrington and Agnes Morgan were directors.

(1966) Russel Crouse and his musical, "Remains to Be Seen," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Gisele Mackenzie, Hal Linden and Erik Rhodes in the cast. Leslie Cutler was director.

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