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(1932- 1980). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1932). Stage Play: Carry Nation. Written by Frank McGrath. Directed by Blanche Yurka. Biltmore Theatre: 29 Oct 1932- Nov 1932 (closing date unknown/30 performances). Cast: Leslie Adams, Minna Adams, Robert Allen, Frieda Altman [Broadway debut], Charles Arnt (as "O.L. Day"), Bela Axman, Harry Bellaver (as "Landlord"), Daisy Belmore (as "Mrs. Cain"), Kenneth Berry, Esther Dale (as "Carry Nation"), Alfred Dalrymple, Fannie Belle De Knight, Buddy De Loach, Katherine Emery, Walter Eviston, Donald Foster, Gertrude Garstin, Roberta Hoskins, Helen Huberth, Miss Sheriff, Leslie Hunt, Mary Jeffery, Frederick Kemp, Joshua Logan (as "Mart Strong") [Broadway debut], Myron McCormick, Byron McGrath, Arthur C. Morris, John F. Morrissey, Mildred Natwick (as "Mrs. Noble") [Broadway debut], Lillian Okun, Barbara O'Neil, John Parrish, Rufus Peabody, Ernest Pollock, Clarence E. Smith, James Stewart (as "Constable Gano"), Karl Swenson, Frank Thomas Jr., Nina Varesi, Luther Williams. Produced by Arthur J. Beckhard.

(1933). Stage Play: I Was Waiting for You. Comedy. Written by Melville Baker. Adapted from the French of Jacques Natanson. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Arthur J. Beckhard. Booth Theatre: 13 Nov 1933- Nov 1933 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Vera Allen (as "Madeleine Jadain"), Frieda Altman, Glenn Anders (as "Pierre Fromelin"), Clarence Bellair, Kenneth Berry, William E. Blake, Helen Brooks, Myra Brooks, Joshua Logan (as "Edouard"), Charles Maillard, Myron McCormick (as "Gaston Marchezais"), James Moreno, Frederick Roland, Harry Selby, Beverly Stigreaves, Margaret Swope, Iris Whitney (as "Young Girl") [Broadway debut], Bretaigne Windust (as "Jean Favieres"). Produced by Edward Choate.

(1935). Stage Play: It's You I Want. Farce. Written by Maurice Braddell. Material adapted by George Bradshaw. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Forrest C. Haring and Joshua Logan. Cort Theatre: 5 Feb 1935- Feb 1935 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Helen Chandler (as "Anne Vernon"), J. Malcolm Dunn (as "Paul Entwhistle"), Taylor Holmes, Earle Larrimore (as "Sheridan Delaney"), Leona Maricle, Karl Swenson, Cora Witherspoon (as "Constance Gilbert"). Produced by John H. Del Bondio and Forrest C. Haring. Note: Filmed as It's You I Want (1936).

(1935). Stage Play: To See Ourselves. Comedy. Written by E.M. Delafield. Directed by Joshua Logan. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 30 Apr 1935- May 1935 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Patricia Collinge, Chouteau Dyer, Earle Larimore, Reginald Mason, Helen Trenholme. Produced by John H. Del Bondio and Joshua Logan.

(1935). Stage Play: Most of the Game. Comedy. Written by John Van Druten. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Auriol Lee. Cort Theatre: 1 Oct 1935- Oct 1935 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: James Bell (as "Al Sessums"), Diana Campbell (as "Lady Nona Collimore"), Robert Douglas (as "Hugh Collimore"), Lionel Hogarth (as "Sir Henry Dulcken"), Dorothy Hyson (as "Joanna Dulcken"), Joshua Logan (as "A Waiter"), Robert Wallsten (as "Rex Musgrave"). Produced by Dwight Wiman and Auriol Lee.

(1935). Stage Play: Hell Freezes Over.

(1936). Stage Play: A Room in Red and White. Drama. Written by Roy Hargrave, in collaboration with Laura Adair and Thomas Hargrave. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Joshua Logan. 48th Street Theatre: 18 Jan 1936- Feb 1936 (closing date unknown/25 performances). Cast: Leslie Adams, Brenda Dahlen, Chrystal Herne (as "Beatrice Crandall"), Tenen Holtz (as "Peter Mansky"), Richard Kendrick, Joshua Logan (as "Robert Humphreys"), Louise Platt (as "Joan Haviland" [Broadway debut], William Sanders, Karl Stall (as "John Mellon"), Ivy Troutman (as "Marion Mellon"). Produced by Dwight Wiman and George Kondolf.

(1938). Stage Play: On Borrowed Time. Comedy. Written by Paul Osborn, from a novel by Lawrence Edward Watkin. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Joshua Logan. Longacre Theatre: 3 Feb 1938- Nov 1938 (closing date unknown/321 performances). Cast: Jean Adair, Andy Anderson (as "Workman"), Elwell Cobb (as "Workman"), Frank Conroy (as "Mr. Brink"), Nick Dennis (as "Workman"), Dudley Digges (as "Julian Northrup, Gramps"), Lew Eckles (as "Mr. Grimes"), Clyde Franklin (as "Dr. Evans"), Edgar Henning (as "Workman"), Peter Miner (as "Pud"), Dorothy Stickney, Dick Van Patten, Al Webster (as "Sheriff"). Produced by Dwight Wiman. Note: Produced by MGM as a 1939 Lionel Barrymore vehicle as On Borrowed Time (1939).

(1938). Stage Play: I Married an Angel. Musical comedy. Music by Richard Rodgers. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek. Based on material by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. Based on a Hungarian play by Johann von Vásáry. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Musical Direction by Gene Salzer. Choreographed by George Balanchine. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Joshua Logan. Shubert Theatre: 11 May 1938- 25 Feb 1939 (338 performances). Cast: Dennis King, Vivienne Segal, Walter Slezak (as "Harry Mischka Szigetti"), Vera Zorina, Audrey Christie, Charles Walters, Milton Barnett, May Block, Edward Brinkmann, Boris Butleroff, Genevieve Cooke, Ronnie Cunningham, Hene Damur, Marion Davison, Janis Dremann, The Dunham Brothers, Althea Elder, Eleanor Fiata, Diana Gaylen, Petra Gray, Ruth Haidt, Harold Haskin, Marcella Howard, Bobby Howell, David Jones, Arthur Kent, Isabelle Kimpal, Nancy Knott, Evelyn Lafferty, Sonia Larina, Charles Laskey, Beatrice Lynn, Michael Mann, John Marshall, Marie Monnig, Gedda Petry, Nicolai Popov, Marie Louise Quevli, Jack Quinn, Shirley F. Shaffer, Betty Jane Smith, Morton Stevens, Katherine Stewart, Sylvia Stone, Harold Taub, Barbara Towne, Ruth Urban, Nikolas Vasilieff, Alma Wertley, Virginia Williams. Produced by Dwight Wiman.

(1938). Stage Play: Knickerbocker Holiday. Musical comedy. Written by Maxwell Anderson. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Music by Kurt Weill. Musical Director: Maurice de Abravanel. Music arranged by Kurt Weill. Music orchestrated by Kurt Weill. Inspired by "Knickerbocker History of New York" by Washington Irving. Directed by Joshua Logan. Ethel Barrymore Theatre (moved to The 46th Street Theatre from 13 Feb 1939 to close): 19 Oct 1938- 11 Mar 1939 (168 performances). Cast: Walter Huston (as "Pieter Stuyvesant"), Richard Kollmar (as "Brom Broeck") [Broadway debut], Jeanne Madden (as "Tina Tienhoven"), Ray Middleton (as "Washington Irving"), Mark Smith (as "Tienhoven"), Albert Allen (as "Soldier"), Matthias Ammann (as "Soldier"), Edith Angold (as "Mistress Schermerhorn"), Robert Arnold (as "Citizen of New Amsterdam"), Charles Arnt (as "DePeyster"), Donald Black, Jane Brotherton (as "Citizen of New Amsterdam"), Helen Carroll (as "Citizen of New Amsterdam"), Richard Cowdrey (as "Van Cortlandt, Jr."), Carol Dies (as "Citizen of New Amsterdam"), Dow Fonda (as "Soldier"), Howard Freeman (as "Schermerhorn"), Bruce Hamilton (as "Citizen of New Amsterdam"), Margaret MacLaren (as "Citizen of New Amsterdam"), Ruth Mamel (as "Citizen of New Amsterdam"), William Marel (as "Citizen of New Amsterdam"), Harry Meehan (as "Anthony Corlear"), Clarence Nordstrom (as "Tenpin"), Warde Peters (as "Soldier"), James Phillips (as "Van Rensselaer"), Francis Pierlot (as "Vanderbilt/Roosevelt"), Robert Rounseville, Rufus Smith (as "Citizen of New Amsterdam"), Margaret Stewart (as "Citizen of New Amsterdam"), William Wahlert (as "Citizen of New Amsterdam"), George Watts, John E. Young (as "DeVries"), Erika Zaranova (as "Citizen of New Amsterdam"). Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Sidney Howard).

(1939). Stage Play: Stars In Your Eyes. Musical comedy. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Book by J.P. McEvoy [final Broadway credit]. Lyrics by Dorothy Fields. Music orchestrated by Donald J. Walker, Hans Spialek and Al Goodman. Musical Director: Al Goodman. Choreographed by Carl Randall. Directed by Joshua Logan. Majestic Theatre: 9 Feb 1939- 27 May 1939 (127 performances). Cast: Jimmy Durante (as "Bill"), Ethel Merman (as "Jeanette Adair"), Richard Carlson (as "John Blake") [final Broadway role], Mildred Natwick (as "Bess"), Tamara Toumanova, Anthony Albert, Alicia Alonso, Fernando Alonso, Paul Alvin, Savva Andreieff, Richard Barbee, Walter Cassel, Gloria Clare, Peggy Conrad, Ambrose Costello, Davis Cunningham, Dan Dailey, Natasha Dana, Maria De Galanta, Sandy Dietz, Jane Everett, Basil Galahoff, Ted Gary, Dwight Godwin, Gail Grant, Marion Haynes, Thekla Horn, Johanne Hoven, Marjorie Johnstone, Edward Kane, Maria Karniloff, Nora Kaye, George Kiddon, Kathryn Mayfield, Rennie McEvoy, David Morris, Russel Protopoff, Frances Rands, Richard Reed, Audrey Reynolds, Newcombe Rice, Jerome Robbins (as "Gentleman of the Ballet"), Dawn Roland, Phyllis Roque, Robert Ross, Robert Shanley, Roger Stearns, Olga Suarez, Clinton Sundberg, Margaret Vasilieff, Walter Wagner, Mary Wickes (as "Voice Coach"), Mary Jane Williams, Nancy Wiman. Produced by Dwight Wiman.

(1939). Stage Play: Morning's at Seven. Comedy. Written by Paul Osborn. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Joshua Logan. Longacre Theatre: 30 Nov 1939- 6 Jan 1940 (44 performances). Cast: Jean Adair, John Alexander, Thomas Chalmers, Russell Collins, Dorothy Gish, Enid Markey, Kate McComb, Effie Shannon, Barry O'Moore. Produced by Dwight Wiman.

(1940). Stage Play: Two For The Show. Musical revue. Sketches and lyrics by Nancy Hamilton. Music by Morgan Lewis. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek and Don Walker. "The Age of Innocence" and "Cookery" written by Richard Haydn. Vocal arrangements by Harold Cooke. Directed by John Murray Anderson. Booth Theatre: 8 Feb 1940- 25 May 1940 (124 performances). Cast: William Archibald, Eve Arden, Virginia Bolen, Frances Comstock, Norton Dean, Brenda Forbes, Nadine Gae, Willard Gary, Richard Haydn, Eunice Healy, Betty Hutton, Kathryn Kimber, Dean Norton, Robert Smith, Tommy Wonder, Keenan Wynn. Produced by Gertrude Macy and Stanley Gilkey.

(1940). Stage Play: Higher and Higher. Comedy. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Material by Gladys Hurlbut and Joshua Logan. Based on an idea by Irving Pincus. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek. Choreographed by Robert Alton. Directed by Joshua Logan. Shubert Theatre: 4 Apr 1940- 15 Jun 1940 (84 performances). Cast: Ted Adair, June Allyson, Irene Austin, Jane Ball, Robert Chisholm (as "Byng"), Eva Condon, Ronnie Cunningham, Sigrid Dagnie, Lee Dixon, Kay Duncan, Eleanor Eberle, Marta Eggert, Vera-Ellen, Leif Erickson, Cliff Ferre, Janet Fox, Miriam Franklin, William Geery, Joseph Granville, George Griffith, Jack Haley (as "Zachary Ash"), Bunnie Hightower, Louis Hightower, Gloria Hope, Marguerite James, Michael Moore, Richard Moore, Marie Nash, Frederic Nay, Fin Olsen, Kay Picture, Burton Pierce, Marie Louise Quevli, Jane Richardson, Harry Rogue, Shirley Ross, Joseph Scandur, Jack Seymour, Robert Shanley, Hollace Shaw, William Skipper [credited as Billy Skipper Jr.], Hilda Spong (as "Miss Whiffen"), Lyda Sue, Carl Trees, Jack Whitney, Billie Worth. Produced by Dwight Wiman.

(1940). Stage Play: Higher and Higher. Comedy (return engagement). Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Material by Gladys Hurlbut and Joshua Logan. Based on an idea by Irving Pincus. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Shubert Theatre: 5 Aug 1940- 24 Aug 1940 (24 performances). Cast: Ted Adair (as "The Cat"), Jane Ball (as "Purity"), Robert Chisholm (as "Byng"), Eva Condon (as "Hilda O'Brien"), Sigrid Dagnie (as "The Bat"), Lee Dixon (as "Mike O'Brien"), Kay Duncan (as "Singing Girl"), Marta Eggert (as "Minnie Sorenson"), Leif Erickson (as "Patrick O'Toole"), Janet Fox (as "Ellen"), Joseph Granville (as "The Gorilla"), George Griffith (as "Soda Jerker/Truckman"), Jack Haley (as "Zachary Ash"), Gloria Hope (as "Nursemaid"), Richard Moore (as "Cop"), Marie Nash (as "Minnie Sorenson"), Frederic Nay (as "The Handyman/Coachman"), Finn Olsen (as "Snorri"), Marie Louise Quevli (as "Scullery Maid"), Jane Richardson (as "Nursemaid/Ladies' Maid"), Shirley Ross (as "Sandy Moore"), Robert Rounseville (as "Soda Jerker/Truckman"), Joseph Scandur (as "Cop/Truckman"), Robert Shanley (as "First Cop"), Sharkey (as "Sharkey"), Hollace Shaw (as "Nursemaid"), Hilda Spong (as "Miss Whiffen") [final Broadway role], Peggy Stewart (as "Nursemaid"), Lyda Sue (as "The Frog"), Carl Trees (as "Footman"), Jack Whitney (as "Couturier"), Billie Worth (as "Dottie"). Produced by Dwight Wiman.

(1940). Stage Play: Charley's Aunt. Comedy/farce (revival). Written by Brandon Thomas. Directed by Joshua Logan. Cort Theatre: 17 Oct 1940- 3 May 1941 (233 performances). Cast: Phyllis Avery (as "Amy Spettigue"), Richard Cowdrey [credited as Richard Cowdery] (as "Farmer"), Harold De Becker (as "Brassett") [final Broadway role], Reynolds Denniston (as "Stephen Spettigue"), José Ferrer (as "Lord Fancourt Babberley"), Nedda Harrigan (as "Donna Lucia d'Alvadorez"), Mary Frances Heflin (as "Maud"), J. Richard Jones (as "Charles Wykeham"), Arthur Margetson (as "Colonel Sir Francis Chesney"), Mary Mason (as "Kitty Verdun"), Thomas Speidel (as "Jack Chesney"), Katherine Wiman (as "Ela Delahay"). Produced by Day Tuttle and Richard Skinner. Notes: (1) One of the most successful pre-WW2 revivals on Broadway (original production debuted on 2 Oct 1893, this was the third revival). (2). Filmed by 20th Century Fox as Charley's Aunt (1941).

(1942). Stage Play: By Jupiter. Musical comedy. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Book by Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers. Based on "The Warrior's Husband" by Julian F. Thompson. Musical Director: Johnny Green. Vocal arrangements by Johnny Green and Clay Warnick. Music arranged by Don Walker. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Irene Sharaff. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Choreographed by Robert Alton. Directed by Joshua Logan. Shubert Theatre: 3 Jun 1942- 12 Jun 1943 (427 performances). Cast: Margaret Bannerman, Bertha Belmore, Helen Bennett, Ray Bolger (as "Sapiens"), Ruth Brady, Martha Burnett, Irene Corlett, Betty Jo Creager, Mark Dawson, Bob Douglas, Ralph Dumke, Berni Gould, June Graham, Ronald Graham, Barbara Heath, Lewis Hightower, Robert Hightower, Flower Hujer, Rose Inghram, Kay Kimber, Ray Koby, Janet Lavis, Don Liberto, Michael Mann, Jane Manners, Tony Matthews, Virginia Meyer, Constance Moore, Margery Moore, Monica Moore, Mary Morris, Beth Nichols, Dorothy Poplar, Bobby Priest, Joyce Ring, Rosemary Sankey, George Schwalbe, William Silvers, Toni Stuart, Olga Suarez (as "Ensemble"), Maidel Turner (as "Caustica"), William Vaux, Benay Venuta, Vera-Ellen (as "Minerva, First Camp Follower"), Wana Wenerholm, Ken Whelan, Robert Wilson. Replacement actor: Nanette Fabray (as "Antiope"). Produced by Dwight Wiman and Richard Rodgers. Produced in association with Richard Kollmar.

(1942). Stage Play: This Is the Army. Musical revue. Music by Irving Berlin. Book by James McColl and Irving Berlin. Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Musical Director: Milton Rosenstock. Dialogue for Minstrel Show by Pvt. Jack Mendelsohn, Pfc. Richard Burdick and Pvt. Tom McDonnell. Music arrangements for dances by Pvt. Melvin Pahl. Scenic Design and Costume Design by Pvt. John Koenig. Choreographed by Cpl. Nelson Barclift and Sgt. Robert Sidney. Additional direction by Joshua Logan. Military Formations by Chester O'Brien. Directed by Sgt. Ezra Stone. Broadway Theatre: 4 Jul 1942- 26 Sep 1942 (113 performances). Cast: Pvt. Juss Addiss, Alan Anderson, Arthur Atkins, Pvt. Leonard Berchman, Eugene Leander Berg, Sgt. Irving Berlin, Dick Bernie, Pvt. Howard Brooks, Marion Brown, Peter J. Burns, Joe Bush, Pvt. Samuel Carr, Pvt. Stewart Churchill, Joe Cook Jr., Pvt. Belmonte Cristiani, Cpl. James A. Cross, Pvt. Louis de Milhau, Ross Elliott, Derek Fairman, Pvt. Ray Goss, Dan Healy, Hank Henry, William Home, Richard Irving, Burl Ives, Fred Kelly, Harold J. Kennedy, Pvt. Robert Kinne, Alan Manson, Pvt. Ralph Margelssen, James McColl, Sgt. John Mendes, Pvt. Gary Merrill, Pvt. Pinkie Mitchell, Robert Moore, John Murphy, Peter O'Neill, Pvt. Jules Oshins, Earl Oxford, Tileston Perry, Pvt. William Pillich, Richard Reeves, Jack Riano, William Roerick, Hayden Rorke, Pfc. Anthony Ross, Louis Salmon, Robert Shanley, Sgt. Robert Sidney, Sgt. Arthur Steiner, Sgt. Ezra Stone, The Allon Trio, Philip Truex, Norman Van Emburgh, Pvt. Claude Watson, Pvt. Larry Weeks, Pvt. William Wykoff. Produced by Uncle Sam (U.S. Government). Produced on film as This Is the Army (1943).

(1946). Stage Play: Annie Get Your Gun. Musical comedy. Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Book by Herbert Fields and Dorothy Fields. Musical Director: Jay Blackton. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang, Russell Bennett and Ted Royal. Vocal arrangements by Joe Moon. Piano Arangements by Helmy Kresa. Lighting and Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Joshua Logan. Imperial Theatre: 16 May 1946- 12 Feb 1949 (1147 performances). Cast: Ethel Merman, Ray Middleton, Franca Baldwin, Truly Barbara, Art Barnett, Jack Beaber, Harry Bellaver, Leon Bibb, Janice Bodenhoff, Kenny Bowers, Bernice Brady, Marlene Cameron, Pete Civello (as "Timothy Gardner/Ensemble"), Victor Clarke (as "Clyde Smith"), Marjorie Crossland (as "Sylvia Potter-Porter"), Camilla DeWitt (as "Jessie, Annie's Sister"), Robert Dixon (as "Freddie"), Cliff Dunstan (as "Mac, Property Man"), John Garth III (as "Trainman/Major Domo"), Mary Ellen Glass (as "Little Girl"), Marvin Goodis, Mary Grey (as "Cowgirl/Girl in White"), Bernard Griffin (as "Cowboy/Dr. Percy Ferguson"), Ellen Hanley (as "Mary"), Vincent Henry, Bobby Hookey (as "Little Jake, Annie's Brother"), Ray Hyson, Walter John (as "Yellow Foot/Pawnee's Messenger"), Don Liberto (as "Harry/Mr. Schuyler Adams"), Christina Lind (as "Girl in Pink"), Ostrid Lind (as "Louise/Ensemble"), George Lipton (as "Major Gordon Lillie/Pawnee Bill"), Roslynd Lowe, Elizabeth Malone (as "Mrs. Black Tooth"), Marty May (as "Charlie Davenport"), Dusty McCaffrey (as "Ensemble"), Roy Milton (as "Ensemble"), Ruth Mitchell, Daniel Nagrin, Duncan Noble, Betty Anne Nyman (as "Winnie Tate"), William O'Neal, Lea Penman, Edward Pfeiffer, Jack Pierce, Nancy Jean Raab, Nellie Ranson, Dorothy Richards (as "Nancy/Mrs. Schyler Adams"), Fred Rivett (as "Mr. Lockwood/Ensemble"), Harriet Roeder, Alma Ross, Lubov Roudenko (as "Riding Mistress"), Clifford Sales (as "Little Boy"), Bernice Saunders (as "Ensemble"), Earl Sauvain (as "Andy Turner"), Rob Taylor (as "Cowboy/John/Mr. Clay"), Beau Tilden (as "Coolie"), Clyde Turner (as "Porter/1st Waiter"), Katrina Van Oss (as "Girl With Bouquet"), Marietta Vore (as "Mrs. Percy Ferguson/Ensemble"), Ruth Vrana (as "Debutante"), William Weslow (as "Ensemble"), Ken Whelan (as "Ensemble"), Mary Woodley, Helen Wysatt. Produced by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. Note: Filmed as Annie Get Your Gun (1950).

(1946). Stage Play: Happy Birthday. Comedy. Written by Anita Loos. Lighting and Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Joshua Logan. Broadhurst Theatre (moved to The Plymouth Theatre on 12 Jan 1948 to close): 31 Oct 1946- 13 Mar 1948 (563 performances). Cast: Jean Bellows, Eleanor Boleyn, Dort Clark, Philip Dakin, Jack Diamond, Charles Gordon, Phillip Gordon, Helen Hayes, Thomas Heaphy, Louis Jean Heydt, Margaret Irving, Harry Kingston, James Livingston, Enid Markey, Lorraine Miller, Jacqueline Paige, Florence Sundstrom, Ralph Theadore, Grace Valentine, Musa Williams. Replacement actor [during Broadhurst Theatre run]: Myron Speth (as "Manuel") [final Broadway role]. Replacement actors during Plymouth Theatre run: None noted. Produced by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II.

(1947). Stage Play: John Loves Mary. Comedy/farce. Written by Norman Krasna. Scenic Design by Frederick Fox. Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard. Directed by Joshua Logan. Booth Theatre (moved to The Music Box Theatre from 17 Mar 1947- close): 4 Feb 1947- 7 Feb 1948 (423 performances). Cast: Harry Bannister (as "Harwood Biddle"), Lyle Bettger (as "Lt. Victor O'Leary"), Ralph W. Chambers (as "Oscar Dugan"), Tom Ewell (as "Fred Taylor"), Nina Foch (as "Mary McKinley"), Ann Mason (as "Mrs. Phyllis McKinley"), William Prince (as "John Lawrence"), Max Showalter (as "George Beechwood"), Loring Smith (as "Senator James McKinley"). Produced by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. Produced in association with Joshua Logan. Note: Filmed by Warner Bros. as John Loves Mary (1949).

(1948). Stage Play: Mister Roberts. Comedy. Written by Thomas Heggen (based on his novel) and Joshua Logan. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Joshua Logan. Alvin Theatre: 18 Feb 1948- 6 Jan 1951 (1157 performances). Cast: Henry Fonda (as "Lieutenant (jg) Roberts"), William Harrigan (as "The Captain"), Robert Keith (as "Doc"), David Wayne (as "Ensign Pulver"), Tige Andrews (as "Ensemble"), Robert Baines (as "Wiley"), Fred Barton (as "Gerhart"), Joe Bernard (as "Ensemble"), Jocelyn Brando, John Campbell (as "Reber"), Ellis Eringer (as "Ensemble" , Murray Hamilton (as "Shore Patrol Officer"), Steven Hill (as "Stefanowski"), Marshall Jamison(as "Military Policeman"), John Jordan, Mikel Kane, Brian Keith [credited as Bob Keith Jr.] (as "Ensemble"), Lee Krieger (as "Schlemmer") [Broadway debut], John Kullers (as "Ensemble"), Rusty Lane (as "Chief Johnson"), Harvey Lembeck (as "Insignia"), Karl Lukas (as "Lindstrom"), Joe Marr, Ralph Meeker (as "Mannion"), Walter Mullen, Jack Pierce, James Sherwood, Len Smith Jr., Sanders Turner, Casey Walters (as "Doltan"). Replacement actors: Tige Andrews [credited as Tiger Andrews] (as "Schlemmer"), Larry Blyden (as "Ensign Pulver/Shore Patrol Officer"), Bart Burns, Don Fellows (as "Ensemble'), Murray Hamilton', Henry Hull (as "Doc"), Robert Keith (as "Mannion"), Mary Malone (as "Lieutenant Ann Girard"), Jan Merlin, Alvy Moore (as "Ensign Pulver"), Mickey Schiller, Philip Schuyler (as "Ensemble"), Rufus Smith (as "Shore Patrol Officer"), Paul Stewart (as "Doc"), Dick Van Patten (as "Ensign Pulver"), Eli Wallach (as "Stefanowski"). Produced by Leland Hayward. Note: Filmed by Warner Bros./Orange Productions [distributed by Warner Bros.] as Mister Roberts (1955) [a smash hit].

(1949). Stage Play: South Pacific. Musical drama. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Book by Oscar Hammerstein II and Joshua Logan. Based on "Tales of the South Pacific" by James A. Michener. Musical Director: Salvatore Dell'Isola. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Musical Staging by Joshua Logan. Directed by Joshua Logan. Majestic Theatre: (moved to The Broadway Theatre from 29 Jun 1953- close): 7 Apr 1949- 16 Jan 1954 (1925 performances). Cast: Mary Martin (as "Ensign Nellie Forbush"), Ezio Pinza (as "Emile de Becque"), Juanita Hall, Myron McCormick (as "Luther Billis"), Betta St. John, Harvey Stephens (as "Cmdr. William Harbison, U.S.N."), William Tabbert, Martin Wolfson (as "Captain George Brackett, U.S.N."), Mardi Bayne, Evelyn Colby, Michael De Leon, Noel De Leon, Sandra Deel, Bill Dwyer, Dickinson Eastham, Don Fellows, William Ferguson, Jacqueline Fisher, Jack Fontan, Alan Gilbert, Thomas Gleason, Jim Hawthorne, Richard Loo (as "Marcel, Henry's Assistant/Ensemble"), Roslynd Lowe, Barbara Luna, Biff McGuire, Gloria Meli, Henry Michel, Alex Nicol, Pat Northrop, Mary Ann Reeve, Fred Sadoff, Bernice Saunders, Archie Savage (as "Abner"), Helena Schurgot, Richard Silvera, Henry Slate, Eugene Smith, Beau Tilden (as "Seaman James Hayes"), Musa Williams, Chin Yu. Replacement actors during the Majestic Theatre run: Fabian Acosta (as "Jerome") [Alternate], Leigh Allen (as "Ensign Lisa Minelli"), George Armand (as "Jerome") [Alternate], Mardi Bayne (as "Ensign Pamela Whitmore"), George Britton (as "Emile de Becque"), Dort Clark (as "Stewpot"), Helen Clayton (as "Ensign Connie Walewska"), Cristanta Cornejo (as "Ngana") [Alternate], Robert Cortazal (as "Jerome") [Alternate], Diosa Costello (as "Bloody Mary") [final Broadway role], Donald Covert (as "Ensemble"), Dolores Decin (as "Ngana") [Alternate], William Diehl (as "Seaman Gustl Schulz"), Bill Dwyer (as "Lt. Buzz Adams"), Betty Early (as "Ensign Dinah Murphy"), Don Fellows (as "Seabee Richard West"), Pat Finch (as "Ensign Lisa Minelli"), Betty Gillett (as "Ensign Cora MacRae"), Betty Gillette (as "Lt. Genevieve Marshall"), Thomas Griffin (as "Jerome") [Alternate], Arthur Hammond (as "Pvt. Victor Moulton"), Steve Holland (as "Radio Operator Bob McCaffrey"), Joan Kavanagh (as "Ensign Pamela Whitmore"), Peter Kelley (as "Seaman Tom O'Brien"), Mimi Kelly (as "Ensign Janet MacGregor"), Cloris Leachman (as "Ensign Nellie Forbush"), Don Leslie (as "Ensemble"), Karen Lewis (as "Ensign Connie Walewska"), Christina Lind (as "Ensign Sue Yaeger"), Roberta MacDonald (as "Ensign Sue Yaeger"), Patricia Marand (as "Lt. Genevieve Marshall") [Broadway debut], Virginia Martin (as "Ensign Bessie Noonan"), Dorothy Maruki (as "Ensemble"), Melle Matthews (as "Ensign Sue Yaeger"), William McGraw (as "Ensemble/Seaman Tom O'Brien/Yeoman Herbert Quale"), Ray Middleton (as "Emile de Becque"), Merle Muskal (as "Ensign Janet MacGregor"), Odette Myrtil (as "Bloody Mary"), Betty O'Neil (as "Ensign Sue Yaeger"), Jose Perez (as "Jerome") [Alternate], Albert Popwell (as "Abner"), Dorothy Richards (as "Lt. Genevieve Marshall"), Roger Rico (as "Emile de Becque"), Robert Rippy (as "Petty Officer Hamilton Steves"), Steve Roland (as "Seaman Tom O'Brien"), Gene Saks (as "Professor") [Broadway debut], Irma Sandre (as "Liat"), Eugene Smith (as "Seaman Thomas Hassinger"), Peter Smith (as "Seaman Tom O'Brien"), Maria Suarez (as "Ngana") [Alternate], Bill Thunhurst (as "Radio Operator Bob McCaffrey"), Webb Tilton (as "Seabee Richard West"), Bunny Warner (as "Ngana") [Alternate], Jack Weston (as "Stewpot"), Musa Williams (as "Bloody Mary"), Billie Worth (as "Ensign Janet MacGregor"), Martha Wright (as "Ensign Nellie Forbush"). Understudies: Dort Clark (as "Luther Billis"), Rosalie Davella (as "Ngana"), William Diehl (as "Lt. Joseph Cable, U.S.M.C."), Betty Early (as "Ensign Nellie Forbush"), George Finn (as "Jerome"), Steve Holland (as "Stewpot"), Mimi Kelly (as "Ensign Nellie Forbush"), Dorothy Maruki (as "Liat"), Bill Thunhurst (as "Lt. Joseph Cable, U.S.M.C."), Webb Tilton (as "Emile de Becque"), Jack Weston (as "Luther Billis"), Billie Worth (as "Ensign Nellie Forbush"). Replacement actor during Bradway Theatre run: Shirley Jones. Produced by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. Produced in association with Leland Hayward and Joshua Logan. Note: Filmed by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation as South Pacific (1958).

(1950). Stage Play: The Wisteria Trees. Drama. Written by Joshua Logan. Based on "The Cherry Orchard" by Anton Chekhov. Lighting and Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Musical arrangements by Lehman Engel. Directed by Joshua Logan. Martin Beck Theatre: 29 Mar 1950- 16 Sep 1950 (165 performances). Cast: Helen Hayes, Walter Abel, Peggy Conklin, Kent Smith, Alonzo Bozan (as "Scott"), Georgia Burke, Vinie Burrows, Patsy Carol, Ossie Davis (as "Jacques"), Patricia DeCoursey, Maurice Ellis, Reri Grist, Ellen Cobb Hill, Bethel Leslie (as "Antoinette"), Emory S. Richardson, Ralph Robertson Jr., Maude Simmons, G. Albert Smith (as "Bowman Witherspoon"), Kitty Snapper, Elisa Toca, Irene Treadwill, Mary Vallee, Bentley Wallace, Douglas Watson, Duke Williams. Produced by Leland Hayward and Joshua Logan.

(1952). Stage Play: Wish You Were Here. Musical comedy. Book by Arthur Kober and Joshua Logan. Based on the play "Having Wonderful Time" by Arthur Kober. Music by Harold Rome. Lyrics by Harold Rome. Musical Director: Jay Blackton. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Musical Continuity by Trude Rittman. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Lighting design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Joshua Logan. Imperial Theatre: 25 Jun 1952- 28 Nov 1953 (598 performances). Cast: Frank Aletter (as "Eli, Itchy's Assistant"), Sidney Armus (as "Itchy Flexner")[Broadway debut], Tom Ayre, Nancy Baker, Mardi Bayne, Joan Berke, Larry Blyden, Sheila Bond (as "Fay Fromkin"), Sue Brin, Jack Cassidy (as "Chick Miller"), Harry Clark, Robert Dixon, Norma Doggett, Elliott Feder, Richard France, Nancy Franklin, Gus Giordano, Elaine Gordon, Denise Griffin, Stanley Grover, Florence Henderson (as "The New Girl"), Bill Hogue, Ray Hyson, Joan Johnston, Leo Kayeworth, Sybil Lamb, Al Lawrence, George Lenz (as "Butch/Waiter"), Roslynd Lowe, Patricia Marand, Leila Martin, Joe Milan, Phyllis Newman (as "Sarah/Bathing Beauty"), Toni Parker, Candi Parsons, Don Paterson, John Perkins, Shirley Ann Prior, Inga Rode, Fred Sadoff, Reid Shelton (as "Joe, Waiter") [Broadway debut], Sammy Smith, Harry Snow, Ray Steele, Wally Strauss, Jan Stuart, Joseph Thomas, Tom Tryon (as "Alex, the Waiter"), Paul Valentine, Gloria Van Deweel, Don Wayne, Beverly Weston, Steve Wiland, Rain Winslow. Produced by Leland Hayward and Joshua Logan.

(1953). Stage Play: Picnic. Comedy. Written by William Inge. Scenic Design and Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Assistant Director: Marshall Jamison. Directed by Joshua Logan. Music Box Theatre: 19 Feb 1953- 10 Apr 1954 (477 performances). Cast: Ralph Meeker (as "Hal Carter"), Peggy Conklin (as "Flo Owens"), Eileen Heckart, Ruth McDevitt, Morris Miller, Paul Newman (as "Alan Seymour") [Broadway debut], Arthur O'Connell (as "Howard Bevans"), Janice Rule (as "Madge Owens"), Reta Shaw, Kim Stanley (as "Millie Owens"), Elizabeth Wilson. Replacement actors: Sandra Church, Dulcie Cooper (as "Irma Kronkite"), Betty Lou Holland (as "Millie Owens"), Eleanor Phelps. Produced by The Theatre Guild (Theresa Helburn, Lawrence Langner: Administrative Directors) and Joshua Logan. Note: Filmed by Columbia Pictures Corp. as Picnic (1955).

(1953). Stage Play: Kind Sir. Comedy. Written by Norman Krasna. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Mainbocher. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Assistant to Mr. Mielziner: John Harvey. Associate Director: Marshall Jamison. Directed by Joshua Logan. Alvin Theatre: 4 Nov 1953- 27 Mar 1954 (166 performances). Cast: Charles Boyer (as "Philip Clair"), Mary Martin (as "Jane Kimball"), Frank Conroy (as "Alfred Munson"), Margalo Gillmore (as "Anna Miller"), Robert Ross, Dorothy Stickney (as "Margaret Munson"). Associate Producer: Marshall Jamison. Produced by Joshua Logan.

(1954). Stage Play: Fanny. Musical. Book by S.N. Behrman and Joshua Logan. Music by Harold Rome. Lyrics by Harold Rome. Based on the trilogy "Marius," "Fanny" and "Cesar" by Marcel Pagnol. Musical Director: Lehman Engel. Vocal arrangements by Lehman Engel. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang. Musical Continuity by Trude Rittman. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Alvin Colt. Hair Design by Ernest Adler. Make-Up Design by Ernest Adler. Assistant Designer to Mr. Mielziner: John Harvey and Warren Clymer. Assistant to Mr. Mielziner: John Harvey and Warren Clymer. Assistant to Mr. Colt: Joseph Fretwell III and Frank Spencer. Choreographed by Helen Tamiris. Directed by Joshua Logan. Majestic Theatre (moved to The Belasco Theatre from 4 Dec 1956- close): 4 Nov 1954- 16 Dec 1956 (888 performances). Cast: Ezio Pinza (as "Cesar, proprietor of café on waterfront"), Walter Slezak (as "Panisse, wealthy sailmaker"), Florence Henderson (as "Fanny, daughter of Honorine"), William Tabbert (as "Marius", Son of Cesar"), Nejla Ates, Herb Banke (as "Sailor"), Margaret Baxter, Jack Beaber, Charles Blackwell (as "Moroccan Drummer/Acrobat"), Don Braswell, Alan Carney, Betty Carr, Ronald Cecill, Dean Crane, Michael De Marco, Norma Doggett, Ray Dorian, Florence Dunlap, Pat Finch, Tom Gleason, Katherine Graves, Michael Gugleotti, Jane House, Lindsay Kirkpatrick, Ruth Kuzub, Daniel Labielle, Mike Mason, Ellen Matthews, Carolyn Maye, Don McHenry, Henry Michel, Bill Pope, Edna Preston, Gerald Price, Lloyd Reese, Ruth Schumacher, Michael Scrittorale, Dran Hamilton (as "Claudette/Trained Seal"), Tani Guthrie (as "Claudette/Trained Seal"), Dolores Smith, Wally Strauss, Jack Washburn, Toni Wheelis, Steve Wiland, Gary Wright. Replacement crew during Majestic Theatre run (4 Nov 1954- close): Production Stage Manager: David Kanter. Assistant Stage Mgr: Kevin Scott, Beau Tilden. Replacement actors: Jack Beaber (as "Friend of Charles/Living Statue/Priest"), Don Braswell (as "Clown"), Lynne Broadbent (as "Claudine/Trained Seal"), Kippy Campbell (as "Cesario"), Don Cerulli (as "Fisherman/Pony Trainer"), Barry Clifford (as "Acolyte"), Dulcie Cooper (as "Fish-stall Woman"), Mohammed el Bakkar [Originally billed as "Arab Rug Seller]/Arab Singer"), Patricia Finch (as "Nun"), Warren Galjour (as "Butler/Clown"), Billy Gilbert (as "Panisse") [final Broadway role], Michael Gugleotti (as "Solo Acrobat"), Ruth Kuzub (as "Living Statue"), Henry Lascoe (as "Escartifique"), Ellen McCown (as "Michellette"), Melinda Mills (as "Claudette"), Eloise Milton (as "Trained Seal"), Janet Pavek (as "Mimi"), June Roselle (as "Fanny"), Sybil Scotford (as "Acrobat/Marie"), Kevin Scott (as "Clown/Sailmaker"), Michael Scrittorale (as "Living Statue"), Shawnee Smith (as "Arab Dancing Girl"), Lawrence Tibbett (as "Cesar") [final Broadway role], Jack Washburn (as "Marius"), Betty Zollinger (as "Lace Vendor"). Produced by David Merrick and Joshua Logan. Note: Filmed as Fanny (1961).

(1955). Stage Play: The Wisteria Trees. Drama (revival). Written by Joshua Logan. Based on the "The Cherry Orchard" by Anton Chekhov. Music Selected and Arranged By: Max Marlin. Scenic Design by Herbert Gahagan. Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard. General Costume Director: Grace Houston. Lighting Design by Feder. Directed by John Stix. City Center: 2 Feb 1955- 13 Feb 1955 (15 performances). Cast: Jonelle Allen (as "Little Miss Lucy"), Linda Berlin (as "Party Guest"), Alonzo Bozan (as "Scott") [final Broadway role], Patty Burke (as "Child"), Jarmila Daubek (as "Party Guest"), Evelyn Davis (as "Cassie"), Ossie Davis (as "Jacques"), Philip Dean (as "Servant"), David Eliot (as "Party Guest"), Maurice Ellis (as "Henry Arthur Henry"), Bramwell Fletcher (as "Gavin Leon Andree"), Frances Foster (as "Dolly May"), Will Geer (as "Bowman WiTherspoon"), Helen Hayes (as "Lucy Andree Ransdell"), Hilda Haynes (as "Servant"), Keith Kirby (as "Party Guest"), Alison Landor (as "Party Guest"), Lily Lodge (as "Party Guest"), Walter Matthau (as "Yancy Loper"), Warren Oates (as "Party Guest") [only Broadway role], Ella Raines (as "Martha"), Cliff Robertson (as "Peter Whitfield"), Brook Seawell (as "Gracie"), Lois Smith (as "Antoinette"), Christopher Snell (as "Frankie"), Jackson Young (as "Party Guest"). Produced by New York City Theatre Company.

(1955). Stage Play: South Pacific. Musical/drama (revival). Adapted from "Tales of South Pacific" by James A. Michener. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and Joshua Logan. Musical Director: Frederick Dvonch. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Costume Design by Motley. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Staged by Charles Atkin. City Center: 4 May 1955- 15 May 1955 (15 performances). Cast: Richard Armbruster (as "Seaman Tom O'Brien"), Helen Baisley, Herb Banke, Emy Boselli, Warren J. Brown, Richard Collett, Sandra Deel, Clifford Fearl, Don Fellows, Nick Gentile, Richard Hildebrandt, Edith Lane, Carol Lawrence (as "Liat"), Howard Lear, Theresa Mari, Frank Maxwell, Eileen Moran, Antonio Obregon, Balentin Obregon, Louise Pearl, Michelle Reiner, Seth Riggs (as "Yeoman Herbert Quale"), J.J. Riley, Bob Rippy, Gene Saks (as "Professor"), Janice Samarie, Richard Silvera, Henry Slate, Margaret Sokal, Elaine Spaulding, Sylvia Syms (as "Bloody Mary"), Evans Thornton, Murray Vines, Ralph Vucci, Raymond Wearer, Julie Winston, Martin Wolfson (as "Captain George Brackett, U.S.N."). Produced by New York City Center Light Opera Company (William Hammerstein: General Director).

(1958). Stage Play: Blue Denim. Drama. Written by James Leo Herlihy and William Noble. Directed by Joshua Logan. Playhouse Theatre: 27 Feb 1958- 19 Jul 1958 (166 performances). Cast: Warren Berlinger (as "Ernie Lacey"), Burt Brinckerhoff(as "Arthur Bartley"), Carol Lynley (as "Janet Willard"), Chester Morris (as "Major Bartley"), Pat Stanley, June Walker (as "Jessie Bartley"). Understudies: Virgilia Chew (as "Jessie Bartley"), Freda Holloway (as "Janet Willard, Lillian Bartley"), John Holm (as "Major Bartley"), Edward Royce (as "Arthur Bartley, Ernie Lacey"). Produced by Barbara Wolferman and James Hammerstein. Filmed as Blue Denim (1959).

(1958). Stage Play: The World of Suzie Wong. Drama. Written by Paul Osborn. Based on the novel by Richard Mason. "How Can You Forget?" by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. Special arrangements by Benny Goodman. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Dorothy Jeakins. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Paintings by Wade Reynolds. Directed by Joshua Logan. Broadhurst Theatre (moved to The 54th Street Theatre from 9 Nov 1959- 2 Jan 1960): 14 Oct 1958- 2 Jan 1960 (508 performances). Cast: France Nuyen (as "Suzie Wong"), Ron Randell, William Shatner (as "Robert Lomax"), Stephen Cheng, Noel Leslie (as "George O'Neill"), Viraj Amonsin, Clifford Arashi, William Becker, Jorge Benhur, Kurt Bieber, Meiyu Chang, Stephen Cheng, Ellen Davalos, Derrick Dobb, Tracy Everitt, Ed Garrabrandt, Bill Harden, Karl Held, David Hill, Linda Ho, Ichisuki Ishikawa, Bill Jason, Flavia Hsu Kingman, David Kitchen, Tinya Lang Yun, Noel Leslie, Jerry Logas, Jin Jin Mai, John Mamo, Marc Marno, Sarah Marshall, Mary Mon Toy, Ted Morell, Richard Nieves, Ron Randell, Warren Robertson, Tsunao Sato, Sirat, Paul Smith, Fred Starbuck, Takayo, Hokon T'ang, Sufei T'ang, Vie Von Thom, Neil Vipond, Kathleen Widdoes. Produced by David Merrick, Seven Arts Productions and Mansfield Prods. Note: Filmed as The World of Suzie Wong (1960) starring William Holden (in the role originated by William Shatner) and Nancy Kwan.

(1958). Stage Play: Epitaph for George Dillon.

(1960). Stage Play: There Was a Little Girl. Written by Daniel Taradash, from the novel by Christopher Davis. Lighting and Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Joshua Logan. Cort Theatre: 29 Feb 1960- 12 Mar 1960 (16 performances). Cast: Jane Fonda, Dean Jones, Ruth Matteson (as "Mrs. Newton"), William Adler (as "Lt. Goldman"), Sean Garrison (as "Neill Johns"), Tom Gilleran (as "Tom Fraser"), Joey Heatherton (as "Lucille Newton"), Peter Helm (as "Nicky Walters"), Michael Vandever (as "Harry Adams"), Barbara Davis (as "Dancer"), Sharon Forsmoe (as "Dancer"), Gary Lockwood, Lorraine MacMartin (as "Dancer"), Phillip Pruneau (as "Bartender"), Val Ruffino (as "Waiter/Dancer"), Mark Slade (as "Policeman/Dancer"). Produced by Robert Fryer and Lawrence Carr. Associate Producer: Theatrical Interests Plan Inc.

(1962). Stage Play: All American. Musical comedy.

(1962). Stage Play: Mr. President. Musical comedy. Based on material by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Musical Underscoring: Jay Blackton. Lighting and Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Joshua Logan. St. James Theatre: 20 Oct 1962- 8 Jun 1963 (265 performances + 4 previews). Cast: Nanette Fabray (as "Nell Henderson"), Robert Ryan (as "President Stephen Decatur Henderson"), David Brooks, Wisa D'Orso, Charlotte Fairchild, Anita Gillette (as "Leslie Henderson"), Stanley Grover (as "Charley Wayne, of the Secret Service"), Jack Haskell, John Cecil Holm (as "Chester Kincaid"), Jerry Strickler, Jack Washburn, John Aman, Don Atkinson, Bob Bakanic, Carlos Bas, Lynn Bernay, Warren J. Brown, Kellie Brytt, Connie Burnett, Sterling Clark, Anthony Falco (as "Ali Hassoud/Singer/Kabuki Lion/Performer in The Trip"), La Verne French, Marian Haraldson, Carol Lee Jensen, Louis Kosman, Bob LaCrosse, Baayork Lee, Lynn Gay Lorino, Mary Louise, Jack McMinn, Jack Metté, Donna Monroe, Anna Marie Moylan, Lispet Nelson, Barbara Newman, Carl Nicholas, Joan Petlak, Lowell Purvis, Jack Rains, Lynn Ross, Mari Shelton, Ruth Shepard, Dan Siretta, Van Stevens, Beau Tilden (as "George Perkins/Sergeant Stone of the State Police"), Arline Woods, Maggie Worth. Produced by Leland Hayward. Note: Both Nanette Fabray and Jay Blackton were nominated for Tony Awards (1963). Production garnered 1 winner (Best Stage Technician] for Solly Pernick.

(1962). Stage Play: Tiger, Tiger Burning Bright. Drama.

(1964). Stage Play: Ready When You Are, C.B.! Comedy.

(1970). Stage Play: Look to the Lillies. Musical. Music by Jule Styne. Book by Leonard Spigelgass. Lyrics by Sammy Cahn. Based on "Lilies of the Field" by William E. Barrett. Dance arrangements by John Morris. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Carrie F. Robbins. Directed by Joshua Logan. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre: 29 Mar 1970- 18 Apr 1970 (25 performances + 31 previews). Cast: Carmen Álvarez, Shirley Booth, Maria Di Dia, Taina Elg, Al Freeman Jr., Gary Gendell, Marian Harrison, Patti Karr, Maggie Task, Maggie Worth. Produced by Edgar Landbury, Max J. Brown, Richard Lewine and Ralph Nelson.

(1975). Stage Play: A Gala Tribute to Joshua Logan.

(1979). Stage Play: Trick. Comedy/thriller. Written by Larry Cohen. Directed by Larry Cohen. Playhouse Theatre: 4 Feb 1979- 11 Feb 1979 (9 performances + 19 previews that began on 19 Jan 1979). Cast: Tammy Grimes (as "Paula Cramer"), Donald Madden (as "Wallace Barrows"), Lee Richardson (as "Andrew Creed"). Produced by Joshua Logan. Associate Producer: Paul B. Berkowsky and Sheila Tronn Cooper.

(1980). Stage Play: Horowitz and Mrs. Washington. Comedy. Written by Henry Denker. Directed by Joshua Logan [final Broadway credit]. John Golden Theatre: 2 Apr 1980- 6 Apr 1980 (6 performances + 10 previews). Cast: Sam Levene (as "Samuel Horowitz"), Esther Rolle (as "Mrs. Harriet Washington") [final Broadway role], Christopher Blount, Joe De Santis, Patricia Roe, Ted Sorel (as "Marvin Hammond") [Broadway debut]. Produced by Joel W. Schenker, Jay J. Cohen, Richard Press and Chester Gore. Produced in association with Alan Silverman and Bernard Schwartz. Associate Producer: Theodore Ravinett.

[Posthumous attribution] South Pacific (2008)

(1953) Thomas Heggen and his play, "Mister Roberts," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Richard Arlen, Raymond Bailey, James Franciscus, and Ray Danton in the cast.

(November 15, 1950-April 11, 1951) He adapted Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein's musical, "South Pacific," at the Shubert Theater in Chicago, Illinois with Janet Blair (Ensign Nellie Forbush); Richard Eastham (Emili De Becque); Diosa Costello (Bloody Mary); Ray Walston (Luther Billis); Robert Whitlow (Lt. Joseph Cable); Norma Calderone (Liat); Robert Emmett Keane (Captain George Brackett); and Alan Baxter (Commander William Harbison) in the cast. Franz Allers was musical director. Jo Mielziner was scenic designer.

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