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  • (1916 - 1935) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1916) Stage Play: The Happy Ending. Music by Eugen Hale. Written by J. duRocher MacPherson [pen name for Jeanie Macpherson] and L. duRocher MacPherson. Shubert Theatre: 21 Aug 1916- Sep 1916 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Frank Andrews, Mrs. Ernest Cove, Margaret Fareleigh, Charity Finney, Arthur Fitzgerald, Leonard Grey, Winifred Hanley, Judith Ives, Florence Le Clercq, Noel Leslie, William H. Lynn [Broadway debut], Mayne Lynton, Beatrice Maude [Broadway debut], Margaret Mower, Fred W. Permain, Flora Sheffield. Produced by Arthur Hopkins.
  • (1918) Stage Play: Seventeen. Written by Hugh Stanislaus Stange and Stannard Mears. From the novel by Booth Tarkington. Directed by Stuart Walker. Booth Theatre: 22 Jan 1918- Aug 1918 (closing date unknown/225 performances). Cast: Morgan Farley [Broadway debut], George Gaul, Ruth Gordon (as "Lola Pratt"), Gregory Kelly, Paul Kelly, Judith Lowry, Neil Martin, Beatrice Maude, Henrietta McDannel, Lew Medbury, Lillian Ross, Eugene Stockdale, Arthur Wells. Produced by Stuart Walker. Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures as Seventeen (1940).
  • (1918) Stage Play: Jonathan Makes a Wish.
  • (1919) Stage Play: A Night in Avignon. Music by Herbert E. Hyde. Written by Cale Young Rice. Punch and Judy Theatre: 15 Jan 1919- 22 Mar 1919 (unknown performances). Cast: Elizabeth Black, Aldrich Bowker, Leon Cunningham, Lael Davis, Morgan Farley , Richard Farrell, George Gaul, Joseph Graham, Beatrice Maude, Donald McClelland, McKay Morris, Margaret Mower, Elizabeth Patterson, George Somnes, Edgar Stehli, Harold Winston. Produced by The Walker Portmanteau Season.
  • (1920) Stage Play: George Washington. Historical drama.
  • (1921) Stage Play: The Married Woman. Comedy (revival).
  • (1922) Stage Play: The World We Live In. Comedy. Written by Josef Capek and Karel Capek, with additional material by Owen Davis. Directed by John Cromwell. Jolson's 59th Street Theatre: 31 Oct 1922- Feb 1923 (closing date unknown/111 performances). Cast: Lola Adler, Seldon Bennett, Mary Blair, Orrin Burke, Scott Cooper, Jane Corcoan, Jasper Jeeter, James Diffey, Grace Dougherty, Robert Edeson, Vinton Freedley, Etienne Girardot, N. St. Clair Hales, May Hopkins, Paul Irving, Rexford Kendrick, Robert Lawler, Kenneth MacKenna, Ann Martin, Beatrice Maude, Harold McGee, Henry Mortimer, Edgar Norton (as "Ichneumon Fly"), Logan Paul, Susan Steele, John Ward, Mabel Withee. Produced by William A. Brady.
  • (1924) Stage Play: Try It With Alice. Comedy/farce. Written by Allen Leiber. Directed by Claude E. Archer. 52nd Street Theatre: 23 Jun 1924- Jun 1924 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Maurice Brierre (as "Jack Carlton"), Teddy Gibson (as "Billy Kirkwood"), Beatrice Maude (as "Mabel Hamilton"), Benedict McQuarrie (as "Sam Ashton"), Lucette Parker (as "Betty Carlton"), Joan Storm (as "Alice Mattox"), W.L. Thorne (as "Harry Mattox"), Jack Watson (as "Rev. Applegate"). Produced by A.J. Malby.
  • (1925) Stage Play: The Buccaneer. Written by Laurence Stallings, and Maxwell Anderson. Directed by Arthur Hopkins. Plymouth Theatre: 2 Oct 1925- Oct 1925 (closing date unknown/20 performances). Cast: Claude Allister (as "Henry Marmion"), Gene Carvel (as "Lady Pierson"), Cecil Clovelly (as "James Townshend"), J. Colvin Dunn (as "Don Jacinto De Esmeraldo"), William Farnum (as "Capt. Henry Morgan"), Ethel Fisher (as "Lady Francis"), Irene Freeman (as "Mrs. Westley"), Ferdinand Gottschalk (as "Charles II"), Jeanne Greene (as "Carmencita"), William R. Gregory (as "Basilio Fernandez"), Frank Hearn (as "An Ensign"), Galwey Herbert (as "George Castle"), Harry Kendall (as "Dave/A Councillor"), Beatrice Maude (as "Maria"), Leslie Palmer (as "Commodore Wright"), Lionel Percival (as "A Herald"), Brandon Peters (as "Capt. Manuel Montalvo"), Edmund Waller (as "Eliphalet Skipworth, Esq."), Estelle Winwood (as "Dona Lisa/Lady Elizabeth Neville"). Produced by Arthur Hopkins.
  • (1926) Stage Play: Tragic 18. Written by Maurice Clark [earliest Broadway credit]. Directed by Murray Phillips. Charles Hopkins Theatre: 9 Oct 1926- Oct 1926 (closing date unknown/9 performances). Cast: Homer Barton (as "Sam Joseph"), Jennie Eustace (as "Mrs. Bowman"), Maude Hanaford (as "Dot Dixon"), Dixie Loftin (as "Frankie Givney"), Neil Martin (as "Teddy Bowman"), Beatrice Maude (as "Sue Le Staire"), Frank Roberts (as "Bill Bowman"). Produced by Fuguet Inc. Produced in association with Murray Phillips.
  • (1928) Stage Play: The Light of Asia. Written by Georgina Jones Walton.Choreographed by Ruth St. Denis. Directed by Walter Hampden. Hampden's Theatre: 9 Oct 1928- Oct 1928 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Dallas Anderson Kondanna"), Gage Bennett (as "King of Koli"), Norbert Cameron (as "Noble"), George Cotton (as "Merchant"), M. D'Arcy (as "A Hillman"), Francis Dears (as "Soldiers"), Forrest Gains (as "Noble"), Thomas Gomez (as "An Old Leper/Assaji"), Evelyn Goodrich (as "Radha/Purna"), C. Norman Hammond (as "Shivamangala"), Walter Hampden (as "Siddartha, Prince of the Sakyas"), Gordon Hart (as "Another Astrologer/Vappa"), Isabel S. Hill (as "Nautch Girl"), Harriet Ingersoll (as "Nautch Girl"), Stephen Irving (as "Water Bearer"), Philip Jones (as "Soldiers"), Richard Lawrence (as "Water Bearer"), Omar Le Gant (as "A Page"), Jan Lindermann (as "A Hermit"), Judith Lowry (as "Prajapati"), Anna Lubow (as "Kisogatami"), Beatrice Maude (as "Gunga"), Kate Mayhew (as "An Outcaste Woman"), Caroline Meade (as "Draupadi"), Joseph Milton (as "Merchant/A Monk"), Eleanor Mish (as "Chitra"), Anne Mitchell (as "Nautch Girl"), Mabel Moore (as "Queen Maya/Sujata"), LeRoi Operti (as "Ormuzd"), Lou Polan (as "Devadatta, Prince of Koli"), Eugene Powers (as "King of the Sakyas"), Charles Quigley (as "Ananda"), Sri Ragini (as "Nautch Girl"), Edwin Ross Jr. (as "A Citizen"), Ernest Rowan (as "Channa"), Franklin Salisbury (as "Bhadya"), William Sauter (as "Asita/Mohanna"), Robert C. Schnitzer (as "Merchant"), Freddie Stange (as "Rahula"), William Thornton (as "An Attendant"), Ingeborg Torrup (as "Yashodara"), Cecil Yapp (as "Visvamitra "). Produced by Walter Hampden.
  • (1932) Stage Play: Mourning Becomes Electra. Drama (revival). Written by Eugene O'Neill. Directed by Philip Moeller. Alvin Theatre: 9 May 1932- May 1932 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Walter Abel (as "Orin Mannon, 1st Lt. of Infantry"), Judith Anderson (as "Lavinia Mannon"), Seth Arnold (as "Seth Beckwith"), George W. Callahan (as "Abner Small/Dr. Joseph Blake"), Bernice Elliott (as "Hazel Niles"), Henry Hermsen (as "Amos Ames/Josiah Borden, manager of the shipping company"), Eric Kalkhurst (as "Capt. Peter Niles, U.S. Artillery"), Cameron King (as "Joe Silva, Chantyman"), Beatrice Maude (as "Mrs. Hills, Everett Hills' wife"), Beatrice Moreland (as "Emma Borden, Josiah Borden's wife"), Florence Reed (as "Christine Mannon"), Crane Wilbur (as "Capt. Adam Brant, of the clipper "Flying Trades"), Forrest Zimmer (as "Ira Mackel, Everett Hills D.D., of the First Congregational Church"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1932) Stage Play: The Show Off. Comedy/drama (revival).
  • (1934) Stage Play: Dodsworth. Drama. Based on a novel by Sinclair Lewis, as adapted by Sidney Howard. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Robert B. Sinclair. Shubert Theatre: 24 Feb 1934- 30 Jun 1934 (147 performances). Cast included: Walter Huston, Nick Adams, Fay Bainter, Harlan Briggs, Kent Smith, Nan Sunderland, John Williams. Produced by Max Gordon.
  • (1934) Stage Play: Dodsworth. Drama (return engagement). Written by Sidney Howard. From the novel by Sinclair Lewis. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Robert B. Sinclair. Shubert Theatre: 20 Aug 1934- Jan 1935 (closing date unknown/168 performances). Cast: Nick Adams, Fay Bainter (as "Fran Dodsworth"), Harlan Briggs (as "Thomas J. Pearson, called "Tubby"), Charles Christensen, Hal K. Dawson (as "A.B. Hurd"), Marie Falls, Lucille Fenton, Flora Fransioli, Bert Gardner, Charles Halton, Ethel Hampton, Leonore Harris, Walter Huston (as "Samuel Dodsworth"), Ethel Jackson, Jack Kingsberry, Nolan Leary, Marie Mallon, Beatrice Maude [final Broadway role], William E. Morris, Charles Powers, Dorothy Raymond, John Roberts, Ralph Simone, Kent Smith (as "Kurt von Obersdorf"), Nan Sunderland, Myrtle Tannehill, Frank W. Taylor, Arthur Uttry, Betty Van Auken, John Williams (as "Clyde Lockert"), Mervin Williams, Jay Wilson. Produced by Max Gordon. Note: Filmed as Dodsworth (1936).

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