(1937- 1939). Active on Broadway
in the following productions:
(1937). Stage Play: Western Waters. Drama. Written by Richard Carlson
. Incidental music by Lehman Engel. Directed by Elsa Moses and Richard Carlson. Hudson Theatre: 28 Dec 1937- Jan 1938 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: Thomas Chalmers
(as "Josiah Cutler"), Thomas Gomez
(as "Rev. Barnabus Harpie"), Jackie Grimes, H. Dudley Hawley, Van Heflin
(as "Kaintuck"), Jimmy Lydon
(as "Danny") [Broadway debut
], Mabel Paige, Robert Shrewsbury, Morton Stevens
(as "Jabe Knuckles"), Maxine Stuart, Robert Thomsen, Joan Wheeler. Produced by Elsa Moses.
(1938). Stage Play: Sunup to Sundown. Written by Francis Edward Faragoh
. Directed by Joseph Losey. Hudson Theatre: 1 Feb 1938- Feb 1938 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: Leslie Barrett (as "Pogriski"), Henry Bashein (as "Ensemble"), Nancy Bashein (as "Ensemble"), Harris Berger (as "Ensemble"), Earl J. Brisgal (as "Slim"), Margery Britton (as "Ensemble"), Mills Brooke (as "Ensemble"), Frances Dworkin (as "Rosa"), Nonnie Edwards (as "Karen"), Thomas Fisher (as "Feher"), Lester Florant (as "Ensemble"), Sylvia Florant (as "Tessie"), Eugene Gericke (as "Andy Turner"), Walter Greaza
(as "Alden Turner"), Eula Guy
(as "Mrs. Hopkins"), Jack Jordan (as "Buddy Turner"), Percy Kilbride
(as "Sam Fitch"), Sidney Lumet
[credited as Sydney Lumet] (as "Stanley"), Jimmy Lydon
(as "Jakey"), Ormond Lydon (as "Ensemble"), Anthony Maggi (as "Ensemble"), Jasper Mangione (as "Gonzales"), Frank Mannino (as "Cesare"), Florence McGee (as "Marta"), Billy Mintz (as "Ensemble"), Nt Mintz (as "Ramon"), Margaret Moore (as "Ensemble"), Gordon W. Pollock (as "Ensemble"), Stanley Povitch (as "Ensemble"), Charles Proctor (as "Ensemble"), Carl Benton (as "Reid Brockwell"), Joseph Singer (as "Di Marco"), Maxine Stuart (as "Pearl"), Mary Tarcai
(as "Mrs. Gonzales") [final Broadway
role], Ruth Tobin (as "Ensemble"), James Todd (as "Dr. Toliver"), Ludmila Toretzka
[credited as Ludmilla Toretzka] (as "Mrs. Di Marco"). Produced by D.A. Doran.
(1938). Stage Play: Prologue to Glory. Musical revue.
(1938). Stage Play: Sing Out the News. Musical revue.
(1939). Stage Play: The Happiest Days. Drama. Written by Charlotte Armstrong. Directed by Marc Connelly
. Vanderbilt Theatre: 11 Apr 1939- Apr 1939 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: Russell Collins
(as "Brian Donovan"), John Craven (as "Jeff"), Dorothea Eller (as "Katty"), Kathryn Givney
(as "Dorothy Chapin"), Uta Hagen
(as "Edith"), William Harrigan
(as "Alfred Chapin"), Jimmy Lydon
(as "Norman") [final Broadway
role], Ethel Wilson (as "Ellen Donovan"). Produced by Courtney Burr
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