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(1924- 1962). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1924). Stage Play: Fata Morgana. Drama.

(1924). Stage Play: The Guardsman.

Garrick Gaieties (1925). Musical revue. Music by Richard Rodgers. lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Musical Staging by Herbert Fields. Directed by Philip Loeb. Garrick Theatre: 8 Jun 1925- 28 Nov 1926 (211 performances). Cast: Sally Bates, Alvah Bessie, Romney Brent Dorothea Chard, June Cochrane, Harold Conklin, Peggy Conway, Henry Geiger, Hildegarde Halliday, Carolyn Hancock, Edward Hogan, Sterling Holloway, Libby Holman, Frances Hyde, Felix Jacoves, House Jameson, Paul Jones, Starr West Jones, Stanley Lindahl, Philip Loeb, Mary Marsh, John McGovern, Edith Meiser, Sanford Meisner, James Norris, Jack Quigley, Louis Richardson, Rose Rolanda, Eleanor Shaler, Betty Starbuck, Lee Strasberg, Willard Tobias, Barbara Wilson. Produced by The Theatre Guild.

The Chief Thing (1926). Comedy/drama.

Garrick Gaieties (1926). Musical revue (revival). Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Guild Theatre,: 10 May 1926- 9 Oct 1926 (174 performances). Cast: Romney Brent, Jack Edwards, Blanche Fleming, George Frierson, William Griffith, Sterling Holloway, Dorothy Jordan, Gladys Laird, Philip Loeb, John McGovern, Edith Meiser, Ruth Morris, Hardwick Nevin, Bobbie Perkins, Eleanor Shaler, Betty Starbuck. Produced by The Theatre Guild.

Greater Love (1931). Drama.

He (1931). Comedy.

(1936). Stage Play: Double Dummy. Farce/satire. Written by Doty Hobart [final Broadway credit] and Tom McKnight [earliest Broadway credit]. Directed by Edith Meiser. John Golden Theatre: 11 Nov 1936- Dec 1936 (closing date unknown/21 performances). Cast: Teddy Bergman, Sanford Bickart, Marvin Blackstone, Charles D. Brown, William Call (as "Izzy"), Dudley Clements (as "Warden William DuBose"), Owen Coll (as "Dr. James Starr Jameson"), Paul Douglas (as "Radio Announcer") [Broadway debut], Ted Husing (as "Ted Husing: On the Air"), Joseph Kleema, Adelaide Klein, Archer Landon, John McGovern (as "Professor Christian Gideon"), Robert J. Mulligan, William F. Nugent, Cynthia Rogers, Martha Sleeper (as "Carol Griswold"), G. Albert Smith, Hanley Stafford, Barbara Weeks (as "Lou"), Carrie Weller, Albert G. West, Lesley Woods. Produced by James R. Ullman and Mark Hellinger.

A Woman's a Fool - to Be Clever (1938). Written by Dorothy Bennett and Link Hannah. Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager. Directed by Frank Merlin. National Theatre: 18 Oct 1938- Oct 1938 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: Vera Allen (as "Christine Foster"), Donald Foster, Eddie Green, Margie Ann Kaufman, Ian Keith (as "Jeff Foster"), Edith Meiser (as "Josephine Lerner"), Edwin Philips, Sandra Stanton, Haila Stoddard. Produced by John J. Wildberg.

The Strangler Fig (1940). Melodrama/mystery.

Jupiter Laughs (1940). Drama.

Let's Face It! (1941). Musical comedy.

Mexican Hayride (1944). Musical comedy.

Round Trip (1945). Written by Mary Orr and Reginald Denham. Directed by Reginald Denham. Biltmore Theatre: 29 May 1945- 2 Jun 1945 (7 performances). Cast: Sidney Blackmer (as "Edgar Albright"), Phyllis Brooks (as "Linda Marble") [final Broadway role], Viola Dean, Angela Jaye, Patricia Kirkland, Paul Marlin, Edith Meiser (as "Jane Daniels"), Edward J. Nugent (as "Clive Delafield"), Edward Rowley, Morton Stevens (as "Lloyd Wilde"), June Walker, Robert Woodburn. Produced by Clifford Hayman.

The Rich Full Life (1945).

Radio script writer: "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes", "The Shadow" and "Nick Carter".

(1953). Stage Play: Sabrina Fair. Comedy. Written by Samuel A. Taylor. Scenic and Lighting Design by Donald Oenslager. Costume Supervision by Bianca Stroock. Assistant to Mr. Oenslager: Klaus Holm. Directed by H.C. Potter. National Theatre (moved to The Royale Theatre, from 17 May 1954-close): 11 Nov 1953- 21 Aug 1954 (318 performances). Cast: Joseph Cotten (as "Linus Larrabee Jr."), Margaret Sullavan (as "Sabrina Fairchild"), Russell Collins (as "Fairchild"), John Cromwell (as "Linus Larrabee"), Robert Duke (as "Paul D'Argenson"), Luella Gear (as "Julia Ward McKinlock"), Lorraine Grover (as "Another Young Woman"), Scott McKay (as "David Larrabee"), Gordon Mills (as "A Young Man"), Cathleen Nesbitt (as "Maude Larrabee"), Katharine Raht (as "Margaret"), Harriet Selby (as "A Young Woman"), Michael Steele (as "Another Young Man"), Ruth Woods (as "Gretchen"). Replacement cast (during National Theatre run): Tod Andrews (as "Linus Larrabee, Jr.") [from 29 May 1954- ?], Leora Dana (as "Sabrina Fairchild") [from 29 May 1954- ?], Jayne Heller (as "Gretchen") [from 29 May 1954- ?], Edith Meiser (as "Julia Ward McKinlock") [from 26 Apr 1954- 24 May 1954], Frederic Worlock (as "Linus Larrabee") [from 29 May 1954- ?]. Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, Robert Anderson, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Roger L. Stevens, John F. Wharton). Note: Filmed as Sabrina (1954), Sabrina (1995).

(March 22, 1954) She acted in Julian Funt's play, "The Magic and the Loss," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Uta Hagen, Robert Preston, Lee Bowman, Charles Taylor, and Danny Dennis in the cast. Ralph Alswang was set designer. Jocelyn was costume designer. Michael Gordon was director. Alexander H. Cohen and Ralph Alswang were producers.

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