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  • (1912 - 1931) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1912) Stage Play: The Wall Street Girl. Musical. Music by Karl Hoschna. Book by Margaret Mayo and Edgar Selwyn. Lyrics by Benjamin Hapgood Burt. Musical Director: William Lorraine. Additional music by Benjamin Hapgood Burt, Al Piantadosi, Nat Ayer, Henry I. Marshall, Jean Schwartz, Silvio Hein, M.J. Fitzpatrick, Earle C. Jones and Charles Daniels. Additional lyrics by Earle C. Jones, Charles Daniels, Joseph McCarthy [earliest Broadway credit], A. Seymour Brown, Alfred Bryan, Grant Clarke, Stanley Murphy and Edward Madden. Scenic Design by H. Robert Law Studios. Costume Design by Cora MacGeachy. Choreographed by Gus Sohlke. Directed by Charles Winninger [earliest Broadway credit]. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 15 Apr 1912- 1 Jun 1912 (56 performances). Cast: William Bourn (as "Harris/Chorus"), Lilette Boyce (as "Chorus"), Herbert A. Burnham (as "Chorus"), William P. Carleton (as "Dexter Barton"), Ethelyn Clark (as "Chorus"), Mabel Clarke (as "Chorus"), Gladys Clifton (as "Chorus"), Leo E. Crook (as "Chorus"), Wellington Cross (as "Lawrence O'Connor"), John Day (as "Chorus"), Marie Earle (as "Chorus"), Yewell Fields (as "Chorus"), Anna Ford (as "Chorus"), Gladys Fox (as "Chorus") [Broadway debut], Helene French (as "Glen Underwood"), Harry Gilfoil (as "James Greene"), Mary F. Greene (as "Chorus"), Edna Hettler (as "Chorus"), Fred Howard (as "Chorus"), Catherine Hurst (as "Grace Sinclair"), Frankie James (as "Chorus"), Lois Josephine (as "Sunshine Reilly"), Edith Kimball (as "Chorus"), Grace Kimball (as "Chorus"), Maude Knowlton (as "Mrs. Williams"), Irene LeMay (as "Chorus"), Cleo LeMoyne (as "Trixie Allen"), Gordon R. Newman (as "Chorus"), Clarence Oliver (as "Bertie Longman"), Paul Porter (as "Reverend Dr. Leonard"), Harry C. Powers (as "Chorus"), S.J. Rawson (as "Specialty"), Blanche Ring (as "Jemina Greene"), Cyril Ring (as "Jordan"), Will Rogers (as "Specialty"), Katherine Sainpolis (as "Mazie Blackburn"), Bessie Sessions (as "Chorus"), Ralph Shipman (as "Simons/Chorus"), Florence Shirley (as "Pearl Williams") [Broadway debut], Charles Silber (as "Pinch"), Alice Sullivan (as "Chorus"), Robert Thurston (as "West/Chorus"), Helen Turner (as "Edythe Torrant"), Jack Wellekens (as "Walker/Chorus"), Helen Williams (as "Chorus"), Charles Winninger (as "John Chester") [Broadway debut], Estelle Wood (as "Chorus"). Produced by Frederick McKay.
  • (1917) Stage Play: Doing Our Bit. Musical revue. Book by Harold Atteridge. Music by 'Sigmund Romberg' (av) and Herman Timberg. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Musical Direction by Oscar Radin. Additional music by Anatol Friedland, Al Piantadosi, Fred Fisher, Nat Osborne, Billy Frisch, Howard Johnson and Henry Leslie. Additional lyrics by Billy Frisch, Alfred Bryan, Henry Lewis, L. Wolfe Gilbert, Al Wilson, Joseph McCarthy, Sam Ehrlich, Howard Johnson and Henry Leslie. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster. Production Supervised by Jacob J. Shubert. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 18 Oct 1917- 9 Feb 1918 (130 performances). Cast: Sam Ash, Elsie Bambrick, Kitty Berg, Tina Bidekoff, Rose Birdenfild, Gertrude Blake, David Brown, Eduardo Cansino, Elsa Cancino, Millie Carlson, Frank Carter, Rebekah Cauble, Chilson-Ohrman, Viola Clarens, James Clemons, Beatrice Cloak, Edna Commerford, George Coogan, James J. Corbett, Mildred Coughlan, Dorothy Court, Dorothy Coyle, Rose Coyle, Aieda Crucini, Babe Dakin, Beatrice De Roe, Anna DeLaurentis, Helen DeSeife, Harry DeWitt, Adrienne Dillon, Rosetta Duncan, Vivian Duncan, Ilene Edwards, Florence Elmore, Joe Evans, Nancy Everett, Virginia Fissinger, Jeane Fowler, Inez Francis, Mazibelle Glover, Miriam Glover, Sheila Goffe, Rose Goldhair, Mattie Gromley, Andrew Harper, Rae Hartley, C.L. Henderson, Mildred Holliday, Corinne Jackson, Sylvia Jason, Charles Judels, Roma June, Grace Keeshon, Mabel Kelly, Marie Kennedy, Allison King, Mildred La Gue, Elsie LaMont, Gwendolyn LeMassena, Helen Leonard, Adah Baker Lewis, Henry Lewis, Hilda Major, Charlotte Marmont, Virginia May, Carolyn Maywood, Barbara McCree, Ed. McHenry, Frank McMasters, Vera Mercer, Clyde Miller, Sophie Mills, Irene Mitchell, James Monohan, Helen Montague, Marion Mooney, Bud Murray, Bud Murry, Mitzi Nada, Leah Norah, Lucile Panteloff, Blanche Parks, Evelyn Parks, Marion Parks, Anna Paula, Mary Pell, Helen Pennell, Augusta Pessman, Edith Pierce, Leonore Puron, Hattie Rand, Jessie Reed, Nora Reed, Vera Roehm, Aileen Rooney, Nida Rose, Adele Rudolph, Billie Sheridan, Ingrid Slettengren, Floyd Snyder, Katherine Stang, Jean Staples, Reba Stewart, Ed Stokem, Ethel Sturges, Mildred Symons, Lola Taylor, Fay Teller, Herman Timberg, Frank Tinney, Fay Tunis, Gladys Turner, Rose Villa, Leila Von Holk, Henrietta Wall, Dolly Wallace, Eugene White, Edna Whitney, Ruby Whitney, Florence Wilde, Winona Wilkins, Ailene Wilmer, Ed Wynn. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1917) Stage Play: Miss 1917. Musical revue. Music by Victor Herbert and Jerome Kern. Based on material by Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse. Musical Direction by Robert Hood Bowers. Additional lyrics by Benny Davis, Hugh Morton, Ren Shields, Harry B. Smith, Edgar Smith, Otto A. Harbach, James O'Dea, Henry Blossom, Stanley Murphy, Bob Cole, Rosamond Johnson, Joseph McCarthy, Gus Van, Joseph Schenck and C. Francis Reisner. Additional music by Gustav Kerker, Bob Cole, George Evans, John Stromberg, Karl Hoschna, Henry I. Marshall, Harry Tierney, J. Rosamond Johnson, Joseph McCarthy, Gus Van, Joseph Schenck, Edward Hutchinson and Billy Baskette. Choreographed by Adolph Bohm. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Century Theatre: 5 Nov 1917- 5 Jan 1918 (72 performances). Cast: Geraldine Alexander, Diana Allen, Effie Allen, Walter Baker, Emil Barth, Louis Baum, Margie Bell, Mike Bell, Paul M. Bell, Adolph Bohm, May Borden, Polly Bowman, Kitty Boylan, James Bradley, Alma Braham, Rene Braham, Joe Brennan, Paul Briant, William Briant, Elizabeth Brice, Irene Castle, Lawrence Clark, Gladys Coburn, Cecelia Cullen, Arthur Cunningham, Peggy Dana, Marion Davies, Bessie McCoy Davis, Semone D'Herlys, Zitelka Dolores, Frank Duball, Fred DuBall, Arthur Elson, Herbert Fields, Lew Fields, Pearl Franklin, Lottie Franklyn, Marie Frawley, William Fuller, Elizabeth Gardiner, Dan Gordon, Emeline Gorman, Emmet Grant, Emma Haig, Betty Hale, Marshall Hall, Pauline Hall, Betty Hamilton, Minnie Harrison, Flo Hart, Irene Hayes, Ruth Heil, Hilda Hirsch, Leonard Howard, May Irving, Leavitt James, Agnes Jepson, Amelia Johnson, Charles Jones, Peggy Hopkins Joyce, Nicholas Kane, Harry Kelly, Charles King, Myrtle King, Raymond Klages, Dorothy Klewer, Joe Knoffer, Leonore Kohler, Cecil Lean, Margit Leeraas, Rita Leeraas, Lois Leigh, Frank Leonard, May Leslie, Gladys Loftus, Jack Lynch, Cecile Markle, Albertine Marlowe, James Marr, Evangeline Marshalck, Mauresette, Vera Maxwell, Cleo Mayfield, Addison Mead, Helen Mooney, Margaret Morris, Vivian Morrison, Elizabeth Morton, Rosella Myers, Alla Nova, Stephen O'Rourke, Olive Osborne, John Parks, Ann Pennington, Kathryn Perry, Tot Qualters, James Quinn, Flora Revalles, Eugene Revere, Charles Root, Dolores Rose, Ethel Rough, Bert Savoy, Joe Schenck, Vivienne Segal, Miss Selskaya, Frank Sharp, William Shelley, Mildred Shelly, Yvonne Shelton, Juana Sheppard, Joseph Sparks, Irene Spencer, Murray Starr, Natasha Stephanova, Miss Sterling, Gus Stevenson, Anna Stone, Ivan Tarasov, Lilyan Tashman, Andrew Tombes, Ira Uhr, Alexander Umanski, Tortola Valencia, Gus Van, Miss Vernon, Winnie Ward, Edith Warren, John Warren, George White, Mark White, Ruby Wilbur, Mack Williams, Martha Wood, Rita Zalmani. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.
  • (1923) Stage Play: Kid Boots ["A Musical Comedy of Palm Beach and Golf"]. Musical comedy. Music by Harry Tierney. Material by William Anthony McGuire and Otto A. Harbach. Lyrics by Joseph McCarthy. Musical Direction by Louis Gress. Music orchestrated by Frank E. Barry. Directed by Edward Royce. Earl Carroll Theatre: (moved to The Selwyn Theatre from 1 Sep 1924 to close): 31 Dec 1923- 21 Feb 1925 (489 performances). Cast: Eddie Cantor (as "Kid Boots, Caddy Master"), Mary Eaton, Jack Andrews, Dove Atkinson, Robert Barrat (as "Randolph Valentine"), Beth Beri, William Blett, Eugenie Brew, Violet Brown, Marie Callahan, Eleanor Dell, Doris Dixon, Harland Dixon, Elizabeth Dougher, Juanita Erickson, Rass Erickson, Paul Everton, Harry Fender, Joan Gardner, Mareta George, Pearl Germond, Thomas Green, Betty Grey, Eunice Hall, Carlos Hatvary, Jobyna Howland (as "Dr. Josephine Fitch") [final Broadway role], Sonia Ivanoff, Gladys Keck, Lloyd Keyes, Lily Kimari, Sylvia Kingsley, Edna Locke, Jessie Madison, William Maguire, Alma Mamay, Muriel Manners, Morton McConnachie, Frances McHugh (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Madelyn Morrisey, Victor Munroe, Dennis Murray, Polly O'Claire, George Olsen, John Patterson, Jessie Payne, Elva Pomfret, Violet Regal, Waldo Roberts, John Rutherford, Evelyn Sayers, Harry Short, Carolyn Smith, Robert Spencer, Diana Stegman, Katharine Stuart, Ayres Tavitt, Mrs. Taylor, Carola Taylor, Ethelind Terry, Blossom Vreeland, Dick Ware, Florence Ware, Rella Winn, Velma Ziegler, Frank Zolt. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. Note: This production was one of the biggest hits of the Roaring 20's and is considered by many critics to be the quintessential Jazz Age Broadway musical.
  • (1973) Stage Play: Irene. Musical comedy (revival). Music by Harry Tierney. Lyrics by Joseph McCarthy [Posthumous credit]. Additional lyrics by Charles Gaynor, Otis Clements and Jack Lloyd. Additional music by Charles Gaynor and Otis Clements. Book by Hugh Wheeler and Joseph Stein. Book from an adaptation by Harry Rigby. Based on the original play by James Montgomery. Music and Vocal Direction: Jack Lee. Music orchestrated by Ralph Burns. Dance arrangements by Wally Harper. Incidental music by Wally Harper. Musical Staging by Peter Gennaro. Production Design by Raoul Pène Du Bois. Costume Design by 'Raoul Pène Du Bois'. Vocal Consultant to Debbie Reynolds: Nora Dunfee. Miss Reynold's costumes by Irene Sharaff. Lighting Design by David F. Segal. Sound Design by Tony Alloy. Directed by Gower Champion. Minskoff Theatre: 13 Mar 1973- 8 Sep 1974 (594 performances + 13 previews that began on 1 Mar 1973). Cast: Debbie Reynolds (as "Irene O'Dare"), George S. Irving (as "Madame Lucy"), Patsy Kelly (as "Mrs. O'Dare"), Monte Markham (as "Donald Marshall"), Ruth Warrick (as "Emmeline Marshall") [final Broadway role], Carmen Alvarez (as "Helen McFudd"), Meg Bussert (as "Debutante"), Trudy Carson (as "Debutante"), Paul Charles (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Arlene Columbo (as "Debutante"), Dennis Edenfield (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), David Evans (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Carrie Fisher (as "Debutante"), Bob Freschi (as "Clarkson/Ninth Avenue Fella"), Dorothy Wyn Gehgan (as "Debutante"), John Hamilton (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Bruce Lea (as "Jimmy O'Flaherty/Ninth Avenue Fella"), Frances Ruth Lea (as "Debutante/Swing Dancer"), Jeanne Lehman (as "Debutante"), Joe Lorden (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Bryan Nicholas (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Kate O'Brady (as "Arabella Thornsworthy/Debutante"), Julie Pars (as "Debutante"), Pamela Peadon (as "Debutante"), Ted Pugh (as "Ozzie Babson"), Robert Rayow (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Dennis Roth (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Kenn Scalice (as "Ninth Avenue Fella/Swing Dancer"), Ron Schwinn (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Janie Sell (as "Jane Burke"), David Steele (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Albert Stephenson (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Pat Trott (as "Debutante"), Sandra Voris (as "Debutante"), Jeanette Williamson (as "Debutante"), Penny Worth (as "Debutante"). Replacement cast: Don Bonnell (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Ralph Braun (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Arlene Columbo (as "Swing Dancer"), Hans Conried (as "Madame Lucy"), Christy Curtis (as "Debutante"), Linda Edelman (as "Debutante"), Judy Endacott (as "Debutante"), Mary Flowers (as "Debutante"), Gary Gendell (as "Ninth Avenue Fella/Swing Dancer"), Bette Glenn (as "Debutante"), Olivia Hahn (as "Debutante"), Ron Husmann (as "Donald Marshall") [from 31 May 1973- ?], Stephanie James (as "Debutante"), J.J. Jepson (as "Jimmy O'Flaherty/Ninth Avenue Fella"), Patti Karr (as "Helen McFudd"), Marybeth Kurdock (as "Debutante"), Bobbi Lange (as "Debutante"), Merilee Magnuson (as "Debutante") (circa. Aug 1974- 8 Sep 1974], Mary McCarty (as "Mrs. O'Dare") [from 2 Aug 1973- ?], Jacqueline Payne (as "Debutante"), Stan Picus (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Jane Powell (as "Irene O'Dare") [from 6 Feb 1974- ?], Kathryn Sandy (as "Debutante"), Steve Short (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Karen Weeden (as "Jane Burke"), Penny Worth (as "Helen McFudd"). Produced by Harry Rigby, Albert W. Selden and Jerome Minskoff. Associate Producer: Steven Beckler.
  • (1919) Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1919. Musical revue. Sketches by: Dave Stamper, Gene Buck and Rennold Wolf. Music and Lyrics: Irving Berlin, Gene Buck, Rennold Wolf, Dave Stamper, Joseph McCarthy and Harry Tierney. Ballet composed by Victor Herbert. Musical Director: Frank Darling. Music orchestrated by Stephen Jones (for Buck and Stamper songs). Featuring songs with lyrics by Joseph Tierney, Joe Young, Sam Lewis, Walter Donaldson, Eddie Cantor, Harry Ruby, Francis DeWitt, Robert Hood Bowers, Nat Vincent and Darle MacBoyle. Featuring songs by Marshall Walker. Directed by Ned Wayburn. New Amsterdam Theatre: 16 Jun 1919- 6 Dec 1919 (171 performances). Cast: Delyle Alda, Eddie Cantor, Johnny Dooley, Ray Dooley, Eddie Dowling, Phil Dwyer, The Fairbanks Twins, George LeMaire, Marilyn Miller, Jessie Reed, John Steel, Van and Schenck, Bert Williams, Walter Baker, Margie Bell, Monica Boulais, Alma Braham, George Burggraf, Hubert Butler, Bernard Carples, Jerry Childs, Viola Clarens, William Conrad, Florence Crane, Simone D'Herlys, Peggy Dana, Lois Davison, Bernice Dewey, Bruce Douglas, Fred DuBall, Winnie Dunn, Marcelle Earle, Carolyn Erwin, Joe Evans, Ruth Foster, Betty Francesco, Amy Frank, Gene Garrick, May Graney, Ethel Hallor, Minnie Harrison, Mabel Hastings, Edith Hawes, Mary Hay, Thomas Howard, Margaret Irving, Helen Jesmer, Margaret John, Grace Jones, Edith Kessler, Alta King, Raymond Klages, Lee LaBlanc, Nancy Larned, Kenneth Lawrence, Lucille Levant, Edna Lindsey, Felise Lomont, Jack Lynch, Virginia Lyon, William Mathews, Mauresette, Laura Maverick, Peter McArthur, Beulah McFarland, Lillian McKenzie, Harry Meyers, Betty Morton, Jack Natter, Willie Newsome, George Otis, Corone Paynter, Kathryn Perry, Wesley Pierce, Martha Pierre, Edna Rochelle, Helen Shea, Mildred Shelly, Heloise Sheppard, Eddie Sims, Mildred Sinclair, Peggy Smith, Ruth Taylor, Olive Vaughn, Madeline Wales, Florence Ware, Hazel Washburn, Mary Washburn, Jack Waverly, Fay West, Elsie Westcott, Martha Wood. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.
  • (1920) Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1920. Musical revue/spectacle. Music by Irving Berlin, Dave Stamper, Gene Buck, Joseph McCarthy, Harry Tierney and Victor Herbert. Lyrics by Irving Berlin, Dave Stamper, Gene Buck, Joseph J. McCarthy, Harry Tierney and Victor Herbert. Musical Director: Frank Tours. Music orchestrated by Maurice De Packh, Charles Grant, Stephen Jones and Frank Saddler. Featuring songs with lyrics by James Montgomery, Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, Gus Van, Joe Schenck, Eddie Cantor, Mac Emery, King Zany, George Fairman , Alex Gerber, Abner Silver, Jack Yellen, Abe Olman, Roger Lewis and Ernie Erdman. Tableaux by Ben Ali Haggin. Directed by Edward Royce. New Amsterdam Theatre: 22 Jun 1920- 16 Oct 1920 (123 performances). Cast: Delyle Alda, William Blanche, Fanny Brice, Lillian Broderick, Eddie Cantor, Jane Carroll, Juliet Compton, Olive Cornell, Eleanor Dell, Jack Donohue, Ray Dooley, Emily Drange, Doris Eaton, Mary Eaton, W.C. Fields, Edna French, Eva Grady, Bernard Granville, Ethel Hallor, Margaret Irving, Jerome & Herbert, Alta King, Phebe Lee, Gladys Loftus, Jack Mahan, Albertine Marlowe Beatrice Milner, Moran and Mack, Margaret Morris, Betty Morton, Carl Randall, Jessie Reed, Helen Shea, John Steel, Avonne Taylor, Van and Schenck, Olive Vaughn, Charlotte Wakefield, Florence Ware, Charles Winninger, Addison Young. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..
  • (1922) Stage Play: Up She Goes. Musical comedy. Book by Frank Craven. Music by Harry Tierney. Lyrics by Joseph McCarthy. Musical Director: Anton Heindl. Music orchestrated by Frank E. Barry. Additional orchestrations by Lake McCabe and Alfred Dalby. Choreographed by Bert French. Directed by Frank Craven and Bert French. Playhouse Theatre: 6 Nov 1922- 16 Jun 1923 (256 performances). Cast: Betty Allan (as "Stella Cook"), Helen Bolton (as "Ella Mayer"), Donald Brian (as "Albert Bennett"), Tom Chadwick (as "Ensemble"), Edna Coigne (as "Ensemble"), Lucretia Craig (as "Bertha Cook"), Grace Culbert (as "Ensemble"), Mona Dale (as "Ensemble"), Edward Dano (as "Simpson"), Madeleine Dare (as "Ensemble"), Perry Davenport (as "Ensemble"), Conway Dillon (as "Jerry Cook"), Gloria Foy (as "Alice Cook"), Richard Gallagher (as "Frank Andrews"), Frederick Graham (as "Uncle Bob Bennett"), Doris Green (as "Ensemble"), Jack Grieves (as "Ensemble"), Ruth Hovey (as "Ensemble"), Leo Howe (as "Ensemble"), Kathryn Hurst (as "Ensemble"), Katherine Huth (as "Ensemble"), Irving Jackson (as "Ensemble"), Ann Le Meau (as "Minnie Spring"), Edward Lefebvre (as "Ensemble"), Martin Mann (as "Mr. Cook"), Peggy Matthews (as "Ensemble"), Pauline Maxwell (as "Ensemble"), Teddy McNamara (as "Louis Cook"), Iris Meier (as "Ensemble"), Alfred Oakley (as "Ensemble"), Lou Ripley (as "Mrs. Cook"), Riza Royce (as "Ensemble"), Louis Sears (as "Ensemble"), Virginia Sharr (as "Ensemble"), Edith Slack (as "Mary Cook"), Merle Stevens (as "Ensemble"), Richard Sullivan (as "Uncle Walter"), Ruth Valerie (as "Ensemble"), Joan Warner (as "Ensemble"), Jennie Weathersby (as "Aunt Louise"), George Williams (as "Bus Driver"). Produced by William A. Brady Ltd.
  • (1923) Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1923. Musical revue. Music by Victor Herbert, Rudolf Friml and Dave Stamper. Lyrics by Gene Buck. Sketches by Eddie Cantor and Gene Buck. Musical Director: Oscar Radin. Additional music by Joseph McCarthy, Harry Tierney, Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, Blanche Merrill, Leo Edwards, Gabriel Daray, Edgar Leslie, Benton Ley, Lee David and Ambroise Thomas. Directed by Ned Wayburn. New Amsterdam Theatre: 20 Oct 1923 - 10 May 1924 (233 performances). Cast: Bernice Ackerman, Ethel Allis, Ruth Andrae, Wilma Ansell, Mary Bancroft, Virginia Beardsley, Doris Bennett, Mildred Billert, Lois Blackburn, Fanny Brice, Dorothy Brown, Lilly Burgess, Catherine Burke, Marie Callahan, Cynthia Cambridge, Louise Carlton, Joan Carter Waddell, Gladys Coburn, Hettie Cooper, Roy Cropper, Margaret Cummings, Marie Dahm, Helena D'Algy, May Daw, Claire DeFitamiere, Ferral Dewees, Harland Dixon, Helen Dobbins, Andre Dumont, Paulette Duval, Dorothy Ellis, Gladys Ellison, Helen Ellsworth, Alberta Faust, Hilda Ferguson, Mme. Florianne, Harriet Fowler, Catherine Gallimore, Millie Glossop, Florentine Gosnova, Hetty Graham, Roberta Grant, Sarah Granzow, Nelle Greasley, Beryl Halley, Marion Hamilton, Helen Henderson, Jean Henderson, Lew Hern, Norah Jackson, Brooke Johns, Mary Julian, Bob Karna, Elizabeth Kay, Winnie Keane, Dorothy Kelsall, Flo Kennedy, Emma Klige, Alice Knowlton, Florence Kolinsky, Margaret Langhorne, Edna Leedom, Marjorie Leet, Linda, Virginia Magee, Maud Mansfield, Harriet Marned, Phyllis Mawer, Irma McShane, Lily McWilliams, Janet Megrew, Goodie Montgomery, Inez Moreno, Rita Moriarty, Polly Nally, Alma Nash, Raymond O'Brian, Gladys Peterson, Martha Pierre, Robert Quinault, Violet Regal, Billy Revel, Addie Rolfe, William Roselle, Iris Rowe, Gertrude Selden, Peggy Shannon, Heloise Sheppard, Harry Short, Margaret Sloan, Dave Stamper, Olga Steck, Charlotte Suddath, Beatrice Thorburn, Billie Tichenor, Dorothy Van Alst, Feon Vanmar, Hazel Vergess, Vivian Vernon, Hap Ward, Betty Warrington, Nondas Wayne, Marjorie Weaver, Arthur West, Elsie Westcott, Bert Wheeler, Betty Wheeler, Paul Whiteman, Paul Whiteman's Orchestra, Lois Wilde, Doris Wilson, Dottie Wilson, Imogene Wilson, Lily Winton, Stella Wooten, Helen Lee Worthing, Alexander Yarkovleff, Ruth Zoakay. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.
  • (1975) Harry Tierney and his musical, "Irene," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Nancy Dussault, Bibi Osterwald, Elliott Reid, Paul Dumont, Marijane Maricle and Ted Pritchard in the cast. Larry Forde was director.
  • (July 1975) He was lyricist for the musical, 'Irene," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine. Based on the play by James Montgomery. Harry Tierney was composer. Hugh Wheeler and Joseph Stein wrote the book.

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