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(1902- 1939). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1902). Stage Play: Old Limerick Town. Musical.

(1912). Stage Play: The Truth Wagon. Written by Hayden Talbot. Daly's Theatre (moved to The Bijou Theatre from 11 Mar 1912- close): 26 Feb 1912- Apr 1912 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Edwin Arden, Charles Dow Clark, Max Figman, Alexander Leftwich, George E. Mack [credited as Georgie Mack], Harry Mestayer, Norma Mitchell, Frank Sheridan, Muriel Starr, Wayland Trask, Antoinette Walker, Lucile Watson, James Wilson. Produced by Oliver Morosco. Note: Filmed by Masterpiece Film Mfg. Co. [distributed by Alliance] as The Truth Wagon (1914), directed and starring Max Figman.

(1913). Stage Play: The Escape. Written by Paul Armstrong. Lyric Theatre: 20 Sep 1913- Oct 1913 (closing date unknown/17 performances). Cast: Catherine Calvert (as "May Joyce"), Frederick Block, George Farren, Crosby Little, James A. Marcus, Anne McDonald, Harry Mestayer, Charles Mylott, Jerome Patrick, Benjamin Piazza, Jessie Ralph, Seth Smith. Produced by Paul Armstrong. Note: Filmed as The Escape (1914).

(1913). Stage Play: A Pair of White Gloves.

(1914). Stage Play: The Cat and the Cherub (Revival).

(1914). Stage Play: Phipps (Revival/played in repertory with The Forest of Happy Dreams, The Cat and the Cherub, The Goal, Little Face, The Denial, The Fog, Nettie, Across the Border). Written by Stanley Houghton [posthumous credit]. Princess Theatre: 17 Oct 1914- 2 Jan 1915 (unknown performances). Cast: A.G. Andrews, Ruth Benson, Holbrook Blinn, Lewis Edgard, W.H. Gilmore, Marie Hassell, Gladys Hill, Master Kauffman, Benjamin Kause, Walter Kingsford, Mitchell Lewis, Harry Mestayer, Jean Murdock, Emilie Polini, Geoffrey C. Stein, Vaughan Trevor. Produced by The Princess Players.

(1916). Stage Play: Come Out of the Kitchen.

(1918). Stage Play: Josephine. Written by Hermann Bahr. Book adapted by Washburn Freund. Knickerbocker Theatre: 28 Jan 1918- Feb 1918 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Ann Andrews, Marion Ballou, Aimee Dalmores, Arnold Daly, Arthur Forrest, George Frederichs, Virginia Harned, Grace Harrington, Paul Irving, John McManus, Harry Mestayer, Coulton White, Hubert Wilke. Produced by Arnold Daly.

(1918). Stage Play: The Master (Revival). Written by Benjamin F. Glazer. Book adapted by Hermann Bahr. Hudson Theatre: 19 Feb 1918- Mar 1918 (closing date unknown/39 performances). Cast: Ann Andrews, Marion Ballou, Royal Byron, Aimee Dalmores, Arnold Daly, Carl Eckstrom, William Frederic, Langdon Gillette, Charles Halton, Paul Irving, Harry Mestayer, Ramsey Wallace. Produced by Arnold Daly.

(1918). Stage Play: Democracy's King. Written by Arnold Daly. Hudson Theatre: 19 Feb 1918- Mar 1918 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Arnold Daly, George Frederic, William Frederic, Langdon Gillette, Charles Halton, Paul Irving, Harry Mestayer. Produced by Arnold Daly.

(1918). Stage Play: The Wild Duck. Drama. Written by Henrik Ibsen. Plymouth Theatre: 11 Mar 1918- Apr 1918 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Lionel Atwill, St. Clair Bayfield, Lyster Chambers, Edward Connelly, Frederick Gibbs, A.O. Huhn, Adelbert Knott, Norah Lamison, Harry Mestayer, Dodson Mitchell, Alla Nazimova, George Paige, Amy Veness, Walter C. Wilson, J.H. Wright. Produced by Arthur Hopkins.

(1919). Stage Play: The Son-Daughter. Written by George Scarborough and David Belasco. Belasco Theatre: 19 Nov 1919- Jun 1920 (closing date unknown/223 performances). Cast: Marion Abbott (as "Doctor Lum Low"), John Amory (as "Wu Git"), Albert Bruning (as "Sin Kai"), Charles R. Burrows (as "Chow Chang"), Frederick Burt [credited as Frederic Burt] (as "His Excellency, Fang Fou Hy"), W.T. Clark (as "Kai Pai"), Jane Ferrell (as "Toy Yah"), Thomas Findlay (as "Doctor Dong Tong"), Nick Long (as "Chao Pingkium"), Edmund Lowe (as "Tom Lee"), Richard Malchien (as "Kang"), 'Harry Mestayer' (as "Fen-sha"), Lenore Ulric (as "Lien Wha"), Henry Weaver (as "General Yuan"), John Willard (as "Wing"). Produced by David Belasco. Note: Filmed by MGM as The Son-Daughter (1932).

(1921). Stage Play: The Poppy God. Melodrama. Written by Leon Gordon, LeRoy Clemens and Thomas Grant Springer. Directed by Leon Gordon. Hudson Theatre: 29 Aug 1921- Sep 1921 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Frank Allworth (as "Hick Lewis"), Robert Brister, King Calder (as "Exley"), J. Malcolm Dunn (as "Maj. Hawley"), Wallace Ford (as "Higgins") [Broadway debut], Victor Goddard, Ruby Gordon, Marion Grey, Edna Hibbard, Glenn Hopkins, Judson Langill, George MacQuarrie (as "Wo Ling Wo"), Doris Marquette, Harry Mestayer (as "Gin Long"), James Millward, Ralph Morgan (as "Stanley Bennett"), Robert Peel, George Pembroke (as "Tubby"), Harold Seton, Nick Stark, Donald Strebig, H. Conway Wingfield. Produced by the Selwyns.

(1921). Stage Play: The Right to Strike. Drama. Written by Ernest Hutchinson. Comedy Theatre: 24 Oct 1921- Oct 1921 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Ronald Adair (as "Ben Ormerod"), Victor Beecroft [credited as V.R. Beecroft] (as "Tubby"), Leslie R. Benson (as "Sidey"), John H. Brewer (as "Mr. James"), Nevin Clark (as "Dr. Donald"), E.W. Laceby (as "Alfred Watson, K.C., M.P."), Cynthia Latham (as "Rose Ormerod"), Edmund Lowe (as "Dr. Wrigley"), Harry Mestayer (as "Gordon Montague"), Gypsy O'Brien (as "Mary Miller"), George E. Riddell (as "Walter Dewhurst, M.P."), Katherine Rober (as "Elizabeth"), Byron Russell (as "Sir Roger Pilkington"), David Torrence (as "Dr. Miller"), Schuyler White (as "Dr. Eric Miller, the son"). Produced by Richard Walton Tully.

(1921). Stage Play: Trilby. Comedy (revival). Written by George L. Du Maurier. National Theatre: 23 Dec 1921- Jan 1922 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Cast: Joseph Allen, Violet Anderson, Frank Doane, Desmond Gallagher, Diana Gray, Ruth Harding, Geneva Harrison (as "Mimi"), I.B. Johnson, Harry Kittredge, Wilton Lackaye (as "Svengali"), Wilton Lackaye Jr. (as "Theodore de la Farce"), Rose Le Vere, Jeffreys Lewis, Edmund Lowe (as "William Bagot"), Ignacio Martinetti, Harry Mestayer (as "Gecko"), George Nash (as "Talbot Wynne/Taffy"), Carrie Radcliffe, Cyril Ring (as "Lorimer"), Charlotte Walker (as "Trilby O'Ferrall"), Laura Walters. Produced by Coöperative Players Inc.

(1922). Stage Play: Madeleine and the Movies. Farce.

(1924). Stage Play: Gypsy Jim. Drama. Written by Oscar Hammerstein II and Milton Herbert Gropper. 49th Street Theatre: 14 Jan 1924- Feb 1924 (closing date unknown/48 performances).

(1925). Stage Play: Ariadne. Comedy. Written by A.A. Milne. Garrick Theatre: 23 Feb 1925- May 1925 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Lee Baker (as "John Winter"), Laura Hope Crews (as "Ariadne Winter"), Orlando Daly (as "Hector Chadwick"), Frieda Inescort (as "Janet Ingleby"), Armina Marshall Langner (as "Mary"), Harry Mestayer (as "Horace Meldru"), Catherine Proctor (as "Hester Chadwick"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1934). Stage Play: Music Hath Charms. Musical comedy. Music by Rudolf Friml. Book by Rowland Leigh, George Rosener and John Shubert. Lyrics by Rowland Leigh, George Rosener and John Shubert. Musical Director: Al Goodman. Choreographed by Alex Yakovleff. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Costume Design by Ernest Schrapps. Directed by George Rosener. Majestic Theatre: 29 Dec 1934- 19 Jan 1935 (25 performances). Cast: Robert Lee Allen (as "Senator Bellanqua") [final Broadway role], Evelyn Bonefine (as "Ensemble"), Geraldine Botkin (as "Ensemble"), Paul Burns (as "Senator Burranto"), Jack Cannon (as "Ensemble"), Constance Carpenter (as "Giaconda/Marella/Bridesmaid"), Zachary Caully (as "Ensemble"), Cyril Chadwick (as "Duke of Umbria") [final Broadway role], John Clarke (as "Rudolfo, Marchese Di Orsano/Vittorio Sovrani"), Elizabeth Crandall (as "Isabella/Petronella"), Miriam Curtis (as "Ensemble"), Yvonne Cyr (as "Ensemble"), Betti Davis (as "Angela/Ensemble"), Louis Delgado (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Denton (as "Ensemble"), Frank Dirth (as "Ensemble"), Harry Edwards (as "Ensemble"), Kathleen Edwards (as "Ensemble"), Gudron Ekeland (as "Ensemble"), Marie Ferguson (as "Ensemble"), Sue Franklin (as "Ensemble"), Truman Gaige (as "A Footman/Fillipo"), Renee Gordon (as "Ensemble"), Paul Haakon (as "Dancer/Venetian Hooligan"), Josephine Hall (as "Ensemble"), Natalie Hall (as "Maria, Marchese del Monte Nee Di Orsano/Maria Sovrani"), Robert Halliday (as "Charles Parker/Duke of Orsano"), Guy Hamilton (as "Ensemble"), Sheila Harling (as "Signora Barbara Bellanqua"), Stanley Harrison (as "Senator Nocio"), Fred Hoffman (as "Ensemble"), Stanley Howard (as "Ensemble"), Bobby Howell (as "Ensemble"), William Hubert (as "Ensemble"), Valerie Huff (as "Ensemble"), Ralph Hunsecker (as "Ensemble"), Sonja Karlow (as "Ensemble"), Wilma Kaye (as "Ensemble"), Isabelle Kempel (as "Ensemble"), Bradley F. Lane (as "Ensemble"), Edith Lane (as "Ensemble"), Helen Lane (as "Ensemble"), Isabel Lane (as "Leonora"), William Langley (as "Ensemble"), Jack Lester (as "Ensemble"), William Lilling (as "Luigi"), Charlotte Lockwood (as "Ensemble"), Ross Lockwood (as "Ensemble"), Robert Long (as "Spokesman/A Villager/Bishop"), Jane Mackenzie (as "Signora Nocio/Ensemble"), Jayne Manners (as "Ensemble"), Vida McLain (as "Ensemble"), Harry Mestayer (as "Giovanni, Duke of Orsano/Old Duke"), Marial Mosher (as "Ensemble"), Vona Norin (as "Cornelia"), Lucille Osborn (as "Ensemble"), Kenneth Page (as "Ensemble"), Ruth Reiter (as "Nella/Ensemble"), Billy Rey (as "Lovey/Pidgy"), Eleanor Ries (as "Ensemble"), Evan Ritter (as "Ensemble"), Alfred Russ (as "Ensemble"), George Schiller (as "Emilio"), Fred Small (as "Ensemble"), Elsie St. Clare (as "Ensemble"), Frances Stutz (as "Ensemble"), Lois Style (as "Ensemble"), Andrew Tombes (as "Pappio/Theophilus Roberts"), Una Val (as "Ensemble"), Mary Grace Van Noy (as "Ensemble"), Frances Wallace (as "Bridesmaid"), Sally Warren (as "Laspera/Ensemble"), Nina Whitney (as "Venetian Hooligan/Dancer"), Barbara Williams (as "Ensemble"), Marie Wilson (as "Signora Burranto"), Gracie Worth (as "Dovey/Widgy"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1937). Stage Play: Three Waltzes. Musical romance. Book by Clare Kummer and Rowland Leigh. Based on the play by Paul Knepler and Armin Robinson. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Costume Design by Connie De Pinna. Dances Staged by Chester Hale. Directed by Hassard Short. Majestic Theatre: 25 Dec 1937- 9 Apr 1938 (122 performances). Cast: Michael Bartlett (as "Count Rudolph von Hohenbrunn/Count Otto von Hohenbrunn, Rudolph's Son/Count Max von Hohenbrunn, Rudolph's Grandson"), Gladys Baxter (as "Marie Hiller [Alternate]/Charlotte Hiller, Marie Hiller's Daughter [Alternate]/Franzi Corot Hiller, Grand-daughter of Marie Hiller [Alternate]"), Kitty Carlisle (as "Marie Hiller/Charlotte Hiller, Marie Hiller's Daughter/Franzi Corot Hiller, Grand-daughter of Marie Hiller"), Glenn Anders (as "Karl Brenner"), Ann Andrews (as "Baroness Delaunay"), John Barker (as "Viscount Rene Duval"), Rosie Moran (as "Steffi Castelli, Lilli's Daughter"), Victor Morley (as "Baron Delaunay"), Marion Pierce (as "Marchesa del Campo"), Anita Arden (as "Scandal Girls/The Ladies"), Charles Arnt (as "Leopold von Hohenbrunn"), Phyllis Avery (as "The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls"), Milton Barnett (as "The Ballet Boys"), George Baxter (as "Field Marshall Count Maximilian von Hohenbrunn/Dr. Cavaneau/Sackville, a Film Director"), Marion Broske (as "The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls"), Ralph Bunker (as "Herr Beltramini/Author"), Boris Butleroff (as "The Ballet Boys"), Wanda Cochran (as "The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls"), Ted Daniels (as "Eight Men of Manhattan"), Richard D'Arcy (as "The Ballet Boys"), Dana Doran (as "Scandal Girls/The Ladies"), Wheeler Dryden (as "Herr Difflinger, a painter/Louis, a waiter at Maxime's/Musical Director"), Larry Douglas [credited as Lipman Duckat] (as "Eight Men of Manhattan"), Joan Engel (as "The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls"), Truman Gaige (as "Conductor/Leo, an Actor"), Roger Gerry (as "Eight Men of Manhattan"), Ellen Gibb (as "The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls"), Gene Greenlaw (as "Eight Men of Manhattan"), Barry Gunn (as "The Ballet Boys"), Dorothy Hardy (as "The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls"), Alfred Kappeler (as "Herbert von Hohenbrunn/Manager/Cameraman"), Paula Kaye (as "The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls"), Walter Lewis (as "Eight Men of Manhattan"), Sylvia Liggett (as "Scandal Girls/The Ladies"), Ruth MacDonald (as "Lilli Castelli"), Ralph Magelssen (as "Andre Corot, a Baritone at the Theatre"), Michael Mann (as "The Ballet Boys"), Jayne Manners (as "Scandal Girls/The Ladies"), Earl McDonald (as "Felix von Hohenbrunn/Reporter/Trevor"), Alice McWhorter (as "Scandal Girls/The Ladies"), Len Mence (as "Sebastian/Counterman, at the Commissary"), Harry Mestayer (as "Egon von Hohenbrunn"), Dolly Miller (as "Scandal Girls/The Ladies"), William Newgord (as "Orderly/Page Boy"), William Parker (as "Eight Men of Manhattan"), Jack Phillips (as "Eight Men of Manhattan"), Mischa Pompianov (as "The Ballet Boys"), David Preston (as "Gendarme/The Ballet Boys"), Frances Rands (as "Scandal Girls/The Ladies"), Fred Ratliffe (as "Eight Men of Manhattan"), Adele Rich (as "Barmaid/Miss Waring/Script Girl"), Lila Royce (as "Scandal Girls/The Ladies"), Diana Rutherford (as "Scandal Girls/The Ladies"), Ivy Scott (as "Kalliwoda"), Jean Sharp (as "The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls"), June Sharpe (as "The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls"), Fred Sherman (as "Freddie"), Louis Sorin (as "W. Wagstaff Wolf, of Hollywood"), Marguerita Sylva (as "Countess von Hohenbrunn"), Harold Taub (as "The Ballet Boys"), Kay York (as "Scandal Girls/The Ladies"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.


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