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  • (1901 - 1941) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1901) Stage Play: The Bonnie Brier Bush. Drama. Written by James MacArthur. Based on the novel by Ian Maclaren (I)' [earliest Broadway credit]. Scenic Design by Joseph A. Physioc. Directed by John Stapleton. Theatre Republic: 23 Sep 1901- Nov 1901 (closing date unknown/56 performances). Cast: Marion Abbott, Bessie Baldwin, Gertrude Bennett, Sydney Booth, Augustin Duncan, R.C. Easton, Reuben Fax, Frank B. Foote, Charles Hutchinson, John Jennings, Irma La Pierre, Charles MacDonald, Charles MacRae, Gertrude Robinson, M.D. Stepner, James H. Stoddart, Edith Taliaferro, W.H. White. Produced by Kirke La Shelle. Research at Alibris and other book sites shows that Sydney Hubert Shaw (Ian Maclaren as credited in this database) did not write Beside the Bonnie Briar Bush, which should be credited to Ian MacLaren, the pseudonym of Scottish author Rev. John Watson.
  • (1911) Stage Play: Disraeli. Drama. Written by Louis N. Parker. Wallack's Theatre: 18 Sep 1911- May 1912 (closing date unknown/280 performances). Cast: George Arliss (as "Disraeli"), Oscar Ayde (as "Hugh Meyers"), Alexander Calvert, Charles Carey (as "The Duke"), Harry Chessman, Guy Cunningham, Margaret Dale (as "Mrs. Travers"), Rutherford Herman, Elsie Leslie (as "Lady Clarissa Pevesney"), Ian Maclaren (as "Charles/Viscount Deeford"), Marie R. Quinn, Frances Reeve, Leila Repton (as "The Duchess"), Marguerite St. John, Herbert Standing (as "Sir Michael Probert"), J.R. Torrens. Produced by Liebler & Co. Notes: (1). Mr. Arliss' signature role. (2) Filmed as Disraeli (1929).
  • (1912) Stage Play: Hamlet. Tragedy (revival).
  • (1913) Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1913. Music by Raymond Hubbell. Additional numbers by Gene Buck and Dave Stamper. Based on material by George V. Hobart. Musical Director: Frank Darling. Additional music by Will D. Cobb, Harry Ruby, Earl Carroll and Leo Edwards. Directed by Julian Mitchell. New Amsterdam Theatre: 16 Jun 1913- 6 Sep 1913 (108 performances). Cast: Jean Barnette, Miss Beverly, Miss Bowman, Elizabeth Brice, Martin Brown, Evelyn Carlton, May Carmen, Stella Chatelaine, Eleanore Christy, Jose Collins, Miss Cooke, Jean Crane, Jessie Crane, Katherine Daly, Miss Day, Rose Dolly, Bernard Dyllyn, Leon Errol, Miss Gabrielle, Charles Gilmore, Bessie Gros, Elsie Hamilton, Josephine Harriman, Miss Hennessy, Lola Hilton, Miss Howe, Ethel Amorita Kelley, Adele La Pierre, William LeBrun, May Leslie, Hazel Lewis, Jessie Lewis, Ruby Lewis, Ian Maclaren, Miss Marsden, Margaret Morris, Florence Nugent Jerome, Ann Pennington, Charles Purdy, Murray Queen, Max Sheck, Miss St. Clair, Peter Swift, Miss Thompson, Frank Tinney, Lottie Vernon, Daisy Virginia, Miss Wardell, Bunny Wendell, Nat M. Wills, Arthur Woodley, Ernest Woods, Flora Zabelle. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.
  • (1915) Stage Play: Androcles and the Lion. Comedy. Written by George Bernard Shaw. Wallack's Theatre: 27 Jan 1915- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Eric Blind, Horace Braham, Lionel Braham, Cecil Cameron, Kate Carlyon, Ernest Cossart (as "Centurian"), Walter Creighton, Phil Dwyer (as "Lion"), Gerald Hamer, O.P. Heggie (as "Androcles"), Edgar Kent, Wright Kramer, Arnold Lucy, Ian Maclaren (as "Captain"), Hugh MacRae, Lillah McCarthy. Produced by Harley Granville-Barker.
  • (1915) Stage Play: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Harley Granville-Barker. Wallack's Theatre: 16 Feb 1915- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Mary Barton (as "Hippolyta"), Eric Blind (as "Theseus"), Horace Braham (as "Oberon"), Lionel Braham (as "Tom Snout, A tinker"), Cecil Cameron (as "Puck/Robin Goodfellow"), George Carr (as "Snug, A joiner"), Ernest Cossart (as "Nick Bottom, A weaver"), Valerie Cossart (as "Cobweb"), Walter Creighton (as "Lysander"), Gerald Hamer (as "Francis Flute, A bellows-mender"), O.P. Heggie (as "Peter Quince, A carpenter"), Isabel Jeans (as "Titania"), Edgar Kent (as "Egeus"), Bertha Kirstein (as "Mustardseed"), Wright Kramer (as "Philostrate"), Eva Leonard Boyne (as "Hermia, Daughter of Egeus"), Arnold Lucy (as "Robin Starveling, A tailor"), Ian Maclaren (as "Demetrius"), Lillah McCarthy (as "Helena"), Arthur Oppenheim (as "Moth"), Audrey Ridgewell (as "Peaseblossom"), Edward Roberts (as "Fairy").
  • (1915) Stage Play: The Doctor's Dilemma. Written by George Bernard Shaw. Wallack's Theatre: 26 Mar 1915- unknown (closing date unknown/unknown performances). Cast: Lionel Braham (as "Sir Patrick Cullen"), Kate Carlyon, George Carr, Ernest Cossart (as "The Newspaper Man"), Reynolds Evans (as "Redpenny"), Walter Geer, Nicholas Hannen, O.P. Heggie (as "Sir Ralph Bloomfield Bonington"), Edgar Kent, Wright Kramer, Eva Leonard Boyne (as "Minnie Tinwell"), Arnold Lucy (as "Mr. Cutler Walpole"), Ian Maclaren (as "Sir Colenson Ridgeon"), Lillah McCarthy.
  • (1921) Stage Play: The Fan. Satire. Book adapted by Pitts Duffield. Based on the French play by Robert de Flers and Gaston Armand De Caillavet. Directed by Edgar J. MacGregor. Punch and Judy Theatre: 3 Oct 1921- Oct 1921 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Margaret Dumont (as "Madame Oviedo"), Jackson Dunn (as "Pierre"), Harold Heaton (as "Jacques de Landeve"), Horace James (as "Monsieur Oviedo"), Eva Leonard Boyne (as "Germaine de Landeve"), Ian Maclaren (as "François Trevoux"), Rosalie Mathieu (as "Therese"), Beatrice Miller (as "Blanch Bertier"), J.A. Osborne (as "Michel"), Hilda Spong (as "Giselle Vaudrey"), Frank Sylvester (as "Garin-Miclaux"), Edward H. Wever (as "Marc d'Arnot").
  • (1922) Stage Play: The Hindu. Drama.
  • (1922) Stage Play: The Green Ring. Comedy. Based on the Russian of Zinaida Hippius. Neighborhood Playhouse: 4 Apr 1922- Apr 1922 (closing date unknown/30 performances). Cast: Millie Butterfield, Albert Carroll (as "Sergei Tarasof"), Frances Diamond, Stanley Forde (as "Vassili Vozzhin"), Robert Forsyth, Pamela Gaythorne, Edwin Kasper, Lily Lubell, Ian Maclaren, Aline MacMahon (as "Matilda"), Philip Mann, Junius Matthews, John McGovern, Esther Mitchell, Frances Neilson, Joanna Roos, Paula Trueman.
  • (1922) Stage Play: Makers of Light. Drama. Written by Frederick Lansing Day. Neighborhood Playhouse: 23 May 1922- Jun 1922 (closing date unknown/21 performances). Cast: Ace Angline (as "Michael"), Herbert Ashton (as "James Grupton, Sr."), Elsie Brown (as "Bertha"), Albert Carroll (as "Jimmy Grupton"), Eleanor Carroll (as "Lucy"), Eva Condon (as "Mrs. Nellis"), Edwin H. Kasper (as "Peters"), Frederick Lloyd (as "John McCleary"), Lily Lubell (as "Ruth"), Ian Maclaren (as "David Nellis"), Junius Matthews (as "Willis Button"), John McGovern (as "Tom"), Esther Mitchel (as "Agnes Chatley"), Adrienne Morrison (as "Sally Morton"), John Francis Roche (as "Joseph Prine"), Anne Schmidt (as "Alice"), Augustin Sweeny (as "Charlie"), Paula Trueman (as "Pearl"), Polaire Weissmann (as "Florence").
  • (1922) Stage Play: The Merchant of Venice. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by David Belasco. Lyceum Theatre: 21 Dec 1922- 6 Mar 1923 (92 performances). Cast: Julia Adler (as "Jessica, Shylock's daughter"), A.E. Anson (as "Duke of Venice"), Horace Braham (as "Lorenzo, gentleman of Venice"), Henry Brown (as "Page"), Albert Bruning (as "Tubal, an associate of Shylock"), Edward Crandall (as "Leonardo, servant to Bassanio"), Ward DeWolfe (as "Jester"), Mary Ellis (as "Nerissa, Portia's waiting gentle-woman"; Broadway debut), Reginald Goode (as "Solanio, friend of Antonio"), Herbert Grimwood (as "Prince of Morocco"), Charles Harbury (as "Balthasar, servant to Portia"), Nick Long (as "Court Clerk"), Ian Maclaren (as "Antonio, a merchant of Venice"), Fuller Mellish (as "Old Gobbo, Launcelot's father"), Philip Merivale (as "Bassanio, friend of Antonio"), W.I. Percival (as "Gratiano, gentleman of Venice"), Herbert Ranson (as "Salarino, friend of Antonio"), Mary Servoss (as "Portia, an heiress in Belmont"), Morris Strassberg (as "Chus"), Percival Vivian (as "Launcelot Gobbo, servant to Shylock"), David Warfield (as "Shylock, a Jewish moneylender"), Edward H. Wever (as "Stephano, servant to Portia"). Produced by David Belasco.
  • (1923) Stage Play: Saint Joan. Drama. Written by George Bernard Shaw. Garrick Theatre: 28 Dec 1923- May 1924 (closing date unknown/195 performances). Cast: Herbert Ashton, Seth Baldwin, Albert Bruning, Walton Butterfield, Morris Carnovsky, Maurice Colbourne, Ernest Cossart, William M. Griffith, Philip Leigh, Winifred Lenihan (as "Joan of Arc"), Joseph Macauley, Ian Maclaren (as "Pierre Cauchon, Bishop of Beauvais"), Jo Mielziner (as "Court Page"), Henry Travers (as "Chaplain de Stogumber"), James Norris, Elizabeth Pearre, Albert Perry (as "Cannon John D'Estivet"), Frank Tweed, A.H. Van Buren (as "The Earl of Warwick"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1924) Stage Play: The Green Beetle. Drama.
  • (1924) Stage Play: The Little Clay Cart. Drama. Written by King Shudraka. Translated by Arthur William Ryder. Directed by Agnes Morgan and Irene Lewisohn. Neighborhood Playhouse: 5 Dec 1924- Feb 1925 (closing date unknown/72 performances). Cast: Richard Abbott (as "Aryaka"), Kyra Alanova (as "Vasantasena"), William Beyer (as "Executioner's Guard"), George Bratt (as "Vardhamanaka/Alinta"), Albert Carroll (as "A Shampooer Who Turns Monk"), Malcolm Fassatt (as "Maitreya"), Victor Friedman (as "Courtroom Guard"), Arjun Govind (as "The Singer with the Sitar"), Otto Hulett [credited as Otto Hulicius/Broadway debut](as "Sthavaraka/Darduraka"), Sarat Lahiri (as "The Musician with the Esraj"), Irene Lewisohn (as "Another Maid"), Marc Loebell (as "Santhanaka"), Lily Lubell (as "Charudatta's Wife"), Ian Maclaren (as "Charudatta"), Philip Mann (as "The Gild Warden"), Junius Matthews (as "Sharvilaka"), Harold Minjir (as "Mathura"), Vernon Radcliffe (as "The Stage Manager"), Edmond Rickett (as "The Judge"), John Roche (as "Goha"), John Francis Roche (as "A Courtier"), Dorothy Sands (as "Radanika/Vasantasena's Mother"), Stuart Seymour (as "Executioner's Guard"), Lois Shore (as "Rohasena"), Paula Trueman (as "Madanika"), Sidney Weinberger (as "Courtroom Guard"), Martin Wolfson (as "Another Gambler").
  • (1925) Stage Play: Exiles. Written by James Joyce. Directed by Agnes Morgan. Neighborhood Playhouse: 19 Feb 1925- Mar 1925 (closing date unknown/41 performances). Cast: Malcolm Fassatt (as "Robert Hand"), Phyllis Joyce (as "Bertha"), Ian Maclaren (as "Richard Rowan"), Marie Quinn Brigid"), Dorothy Sands (as "Beatrice Justice"), Lois Shore (as "Archie").
  • (1925) Stage Play: The Critic. Comedy (revival). Written by Richard B. Sheridan. Directed by Agnes Morgan and Ian Maclaren. Neighborhood Playhouse: 8 May 1925- May 1925 (closing date unknown/17 performances). Cast: Vera Allen (as "Justice's Lady") [Broadway debut], William Beyer, George Heller, Otto Hulett [credited as Otto Hulicius], Whitford Kane (as "Mr. Dangle"), Adele Klaer, Marc Loebell, Ian Maclaren (as "Mr. Puff"), Philip Mann, Junius Matthews, Harold Minjir, Dorothy Sands, Anne Schmidt, Blanche Talmud, Paula Trueman, Charles Warburton, Charles Webster, Martin Wolfson (as "Sir Christopher Hatton").
  • (1925) Stage Play: Grand Street Follies. Musical revue. Music by Lily Hyland. Book by Agnes Morgan. Lyrics by Agnes Morgan. Featuring songs with lyrics by Marc Loebell and Dan Walker. Featuring songs by Dan Walker. Choreographed by Albert Carroll. Neighborhood Playhouse: 18 Jun 1925- 29 Nov 1925 (148 performances). Cast: Vera Allen, Helen Arthur, Michel Barroy, William Beyer, George Bratt, Albert Carroll, Edla Frankau, George Heller, George Hoag, Otto Hulett [credited as Otto Hulicius], Zita Johann, Whitford Kane, Edgar Kent, Irene Lewisohn, Marc Lobell, Lily Lubell, Helen Mack, Ian Maclaren, Philip Mann, Junius Matthews, Lewis McMichael, Harold Minjir, Esther Mitchell, Mae Noble, Madeline Ross, Dorothy Sands, Ann Schmidt, J. Blake Scott, Lois Shore, Sadie Sussman, Blanche Talmud, Thomas Tilton, Paula Trueman, Allen Vincent, Dan Walker, Polaire Weissmann. Produced by The Neighborhood Playhouse.
  • (1925) Stage Play: The Dybbuk. Drama (revival). Written by S. Ansky. Translated by Henry G. Alsberg. Directed by David Vardi. Staged in association with Alice Lewisohn. Neighborhood Playhouse: 15 Dec 1925- Mar 1926 (closing date unknown/120 performances).
  • (1926) Stage Play: Mixed Bill.
  • (1926) Stage Play: The Romantic Young Lady. Written by Gregorio Martinez Sierra. Translated by Helen Granville-Barker and Harley Granville-Barker. Directed by Agnes Morgan. Neighborhood Playhouse: 4 May 1926- May 1926 (closing date unknown/25 performances). Cast: Vera Allen (as "Amalia Torralba"), Albert Carroll (as "Pepe"), Mary Ellis (as "Rosario"), George Hoag (as "Guillermo"), Otto Hulett [credited as Otto Hulicius] (as "Mario"), Marc Loebell (as "Emilio"), Ian Maclaren (as "The Apparition"), Harold Minjir (as "Don Juan Medina"), Dorothy Sands (as "Dona Barbarita"), Grace Stickley (as "Maria Pepa"), Paula Trueman (as "Irene").
  • (1926) Stage Play: Grand Street Follies. Musical revue. Music by Lily Hyland, Arthur Schwartz and Randall Thompson. Book by Agnes Morgan. Lyrics by Agnes Morgan. Music orchestrated by Randall Thompson. Musical Director: Howard Barlow. Featuring songs with lyrics by Albert Carroll, Robert A. Simon and Theodore Goodwin. Additional music by Walter Haenschen. Choreographed by Albert Carroll, Blanche Talmud and Irene Lewisohn. Directed by Agnes Morgan. Neighborhood Playhouse: 15 Jun 1926- 8 Aug 1926 (55 performances). Cast: Vera Allen, Helen Arthur, William Beyer, Wesley Boynton, Grover Burgess, Albert Carroll, Frances Cowles, Jessica Dragonette, Edla Frankau, Juliette Gauthier, George Heller, George Hoag, Otto Hulett [credited as Otto Hulicius], George Knisely, Marc Loebell, Lily Lubell, Ian Maclaren, Lewis McMichael, Harold Minjir, Agnes Morgan, Tom Morgan, Mae Noble, John Francis Roche, Dorothy Sands, J. Blake Scott, Lois Shore, Sadie Sussman, Blanche Talmud, Paula Trueman. Produced by The Neighborhood Playhouse.
  • (1926) Stage Play: The Lion Tamer. Satire. Written by Alfred Savoir. Translated by Winifred Katzin. Neighborhood Playhouse: 7 Oct 1926- Nov 1926 (closing date unknown/29 performances). Cast: Albert Carroll (as "Vicomte des Adrets"), George Heller (as "Program Boy"), Otto Hulett [credited as Otto Hulicius] (as "Angelo"), Marc Loebell (as "Gregoire"), Lily Lubell (as "The Snake Charmer"), Ian Maclaren (as "Lord John Lonsdale"), Richard Randolph (as "A Servant"), Charles Romano (as "Bartender"), Dorothy Sands (as "Arabella"), Blanche Talmud (as "The Clown").
  • (1926) Stage Play: The Little Clay Cart. Drama (revival). Written by King Shudraka. Translated by Arthur William Ryder. Directed by Agnes Morgan and Irene Lewisohn. Neighborhood Playhouse: 8 Nov 1926- Dec 1926 (closing date unknown/39 performances). Cast: Anton Bundsman (as "Aryaka/The Clerk"), Albert Carroll (as "A Shampooer Who Turns Monk"), William Challee (as " Courtroom Guard"), Ralph Geddes (as "The Beadle"), Walter Geer (as "Vardhamanaka/Alinta"), John D. Haggart (as "Courtroom Guard"), Theodore Hecht (as "Sharvilaka"), George Hoag (as "A Gambler/Viraka"), Otto Hulett [credited as Otto Hulicius] (as "Sthavaraka/Darduraka"), Edgar Kent (as "Maitreya"), Sarat Lahiri (as "The Musician with the Esraj"), David Lewis (as "Executioner's Guard"), Irene Lewisohn (as "A Maid"), Betty Linley (as "Vasantasena"), Marc Loebell (as "Santhanaka"), Lily Lubell (as "Charudatta's Wife"), Ian Maclaren (as "Charudatta"), Horace Michael (as "Executioner's Guard"), John Roche (as "Goha"), John Francis Roche (as "A Courtier"), Dorothy Sands (as "Radanika/Vasantasena's Mother"), Lois Shore (as "Rohasena"), Prosulla Kumar Shoshal (as "The Singer with the Sitar"), George Stillwell The Stage Manager/Chandanaka/The Judge"), Joseph Thayer (as "Mathura/The Gild Warden"), Paula Trueman (as "Madanika").
  • (1926) Stage Play: The Dybbuk. Drama (revival). Written by S. Ansky. Translated by Henry G. Alsberg. Directed by David Vardi. Staged in association with Alice Lewisohn. Neighborhood Playhouse: 16 Dec 1926- Jan 1927 (closing date unknown/41 performances). Cast: Sophie Bernsohn (as "Klippe"), George Bratt (as "Third Batlan/Nachman"), Albert Carroll (as "Channon"), William Challee (as "Moysheh"), Cecil Clovelly(as "Second Batlan/Mendal"), Frances Cowles (as "Nechame"), Walter Geer (as "Meir/Shamos/Dyanim"), Mary George (as "An Old Woman"), Theodore Hecht (as "Menashe/Michael"), George Heller (as "Leyser"), Hannah Herman (as "Elke"), George Hoag (as "Fishke/Dyanim"), Otto Hulett [credited as Otto Hulicius] (as "Henoch/Rabbi Shamshon"), Edgar Kent (as "First Batlan/Rabbi Aesrael, The Tsadik"), David Lewis (as "Asher/Zeydl"), Irene Lewisohn (as "Dresl"), Betty Linley (as "Leah"), Marc Loebell (as "Reb Sender"), Lily Lubell (as "Basye"), Ian Maclaren (as "Messenger"), Dorothy Sands (as "Frade"), Sidney Shapiro (as "Musician"), Lois Shore (as "The Bratt"), Grace Stickley (as "Tsippe"), Sadie Sussman (as "Neche"), Blanche Talmud (as "Rivke"), Joseph H. Thayer (as "Shlemiel"), Paula Trueman (as "Gittel"). Produced by The Neighborhood Playhouse.
  • (1927) Stage Play: Lyric Drama.
  • (1927) Stage Play: Electra. Opera (revival). Written by Sophocles. Directed by Maragaret Anglin. Gallo Opera House: 1 Dec 1927- Dec 1927 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Cast: Margaret Anglin (as "Electra"), Herbert Barr (as "Torch Boy"), Betty Beeman (as "Chorus of Argive Maidens"), Ruth Chandler (as "Chorus of Argive Maidens"), Doris Dagmar (as "Chorus of Argive Maidens"), Clarence Derwent (as "Guardian"), Grace Fisher (as "Chorus of Argive Maidens"), Marjorie Hamilton (as "Chorus of Argive Maidens"), Elwyn Harvey (as "Chrysothemis"), Paul Heller (as "Torch Boy"), Grace Lynn (as "Chorus of Argive Maidens"), Ian Maclaren (as "Aegisthus"), Antoinette Perry (as "Clytemnestra"), Howard Phillips (as "Pylades"), Ralph Roeder (as "Orestes"), Dorothy Scott (as "Leader of the Chorus"), Elizabeth Zachary (as "Chorus of Argive Maidens"). Produced by Margaret Anglin.
  • (1928) Stage Play: The Furies. Written by Zoe Akins. Directed by George Cukor. Shubert Theatre: 7 Mar 1928- Apr 1928 (closing date unknown/45 performances). Cast: A.E. Anson (as "Oliver Bedloe"), Alan Campbell, John Cumberland, Clarence Handyside, Charles Henderson, Ross Hertz (as "Bradley"), Alfred Kappeler (as "District Attorney"), Greta Kemble-Cooper, Ian Maclaren (as "Dr. Paul Hemmingway"), Maurine O'Moor, John Parrish, Ernest Stallard, Laurette Taylor (as "Fifi Sands"), Estelle Winwood (as "Fern Andrews"). Produced by John Tuerk.
  • (1932) Stage Play: Merry-Go-Round.
  • (1932) Stage Play: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Percival Vivian. Shakespeare Theatre: 17 Nov 1932- Dec 1932 (closing date unknown/27 performances). Cast: Leslie Austen (as "Demetrius"), Hanna Marie Barrie (as "Cobweb"), Catherine Ann Carr (as "Attendant"), Curtis Conwaye (as "Attendant"), Curtis Cooksey (as "Nick Bottom, A weaver"), Charles Dingle (as "Theseus"), Carolyn Ferriday (as "Helena"), Rose D. Fox (as "Singing Fairy"), Frederica Going (as "Hermia, Daughter of Egeus"), Maurice Greet (as "Peter Quince, A carpenter"), Robert Hamilton (as "Robin Starveling, A tailor"), Paul Hirsch (as "Attendant"), Vilma Hoover (as "Attendant"), Jacqueline Hoyt (as "Attendant"), Harry Joyner (as "Egeus"), Audrey Kettle (as "Moth"), Judith Lawrence (as "Attendant"), Ian Maclaren (as "Tom Snout, A tinker"), Jane Marsh (as "Mustardseed"), Anne Middleton (as "Peaseblossom"), Grace Halsey Mills (as "Hippolyta"), Irving Morrow (as "Lysander"), Hugh F. Noall (as "Snug, A joiner"), Nora Novik (as "Attendant"), Russell Rhodes (as "Philostrate"), Florence Robinson (as "Attendant"), Donald Somers (as "Oberon"), Paula Trueman (as "Puck/Robin Goodfellow"), Percival Vivian (as "Francis Flute, A bellows-mender"), Ruth Vivian (as "Titania"). Produced by Shakespeare Theatre Company.
  • (1935) Stage Play: This Our House. Drama.
  • (1936) Stage Play: Truly Valiant. Drama.
  • (1936) Stage Play: Hallowe'en.
  • (1941) Stage Play: The Seventh Trumpet. Drama. Written by Charles Kennedy. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Production Supervised by Jean Rosenthal. Directed by Charles Rann Kennedy. Mansfield Theatre: 21 Nov 1941- 29 Nov 1941 (11 performances). Cast: A.G. Andrews (as "Sam Brodribb"), Leslie Bingham (as "Deborah Broome"), Peter Cushing (as "Percival"), Alan Handley, Ian Maclaren (as "Father Bede") [final Broadway role], Carmen Mathews (as "Lady Madeleine"), Thaddeus Suski. Produced by Theater Associates Inc.

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