Appeared (as "Donald Clemens"; Broadway debut) in "The Melody Man" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Herbert Fields
. Central Theatre (moved to The Ritz Theatre during production run; date unknown): 13 May 1924-Jun 1924 (80 performances). Cast: Sara Chapelle (as "A Maid"), Jerry Devine (as "Sidney"), Lew Fields
(as "Franz Henkel")...
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(when asked how he prepared for a role) I think it's almost physically impossible to give a well-rounded performance without knowing it beforehand. To try and rehearse eight hours a day and then go home at night and knock more lines into your head - it just doesn't work. You know it first, then try to polish as you go along.
March was a moderate smoker, emptying a pack of cigarettes a day; allowed himself one cigar a day after dinner, and was a mild drinker. He was an avid letter writer, and he kept up a large correspondence. Whenever he was asked by a newspaper or magazine for an article, he did not allow any publicity man to ghost it for him, but wrote it himself.