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  • (1899) Stage: Appeared (as "Fred Gelwis"; Broadway debut) in "Barbara Frietchie" on Broadway. Written by Clyde Fitch. Directed by William Seymour. Criterion Theatre: 23 Oct 1899-Jan 1900 (closing date unknown/83 performances). Cast: Lionel Adams (as "Arthur Frietchie") [Broadway debut], Mary Blyth, Annie Clark, Frank Colfax, Arnold Daly (as "Jack Negly"), J.H. Gilmour, Norah Lamison, W.J. Le Moyne, Alice Leigh, Ralph Lewis, Donald MacLaren, Julia Marlowe (as "Barbara Frietchie"), Byron Ongley, H. Phillips, Becton Radford, Algernon Tassin, Katherine Wilson (as "Sally Negly"; Broadway debut), George Woodward (as "Mr. Fretchie"). Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1900) Stage: Appeared (as "Capt. Lewis") in "Richard Carvel" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Edward E. Rose from a novel by Winston Churchill. Empire Theatre: 11 Sep 1900-Jan 1901 (closing date unknown/129 performances). Cast: 'Lewis Baker (I)' (as "Grafton Carvel"), Arthur Byron (as "Lord Comyn"), Herbert Carr, Marian Childers, Morgan Coman, Ida Conquest (as "Dorothy Manners"), William Downing, John Drew (as "Richard Carvel"), George Forbes, Charles Gibson, George Harcourt, Harry Harwood, Robert Hazelton, Mrs. W.G. Jones, Frank Lamb, George LeSoir (as "Capt. John Paul Jones"), Frank Losee (as "Duke of Chartersea"), Olive May (as "Patty Swain"), Joseph Maylon (as "Hapgood"), Paul McAllister, Georgie Mendum, Frederick Morris, J.L. Norton, Francis Powers, Robert Schable (as "Mr. Dix"), Charlotte Townsend, Brandon Tynan, James Weed, John Williams. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1904) Stage: Appeared in "The Man of Destiny" / "How He Lied to Her Husband" [joint production] on Broadway.
  • (1905) Stage: Appeared in "Fedora" on Broadway (revival). Written by Victorien Sardou. American Theatre: 22 May 1905-May 1905 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Edwin Arden, Henry Arthur, Harry Blake, Alice Butler, Harvey Cassidy, Louis Cozzens, Charles Elmer, Edwin Evans, Charles Hammond, Regan Hughston, Bertha Kalich, Daisy Lovering, Guy Nichols, Walter North, George Schraeder, Frederick Sullivan. Produced by George Fawcett.
  • (1905) Stage: Appeared in "Candida" on Broadway. Comedy (revival).
  • (1905) Stage: Appeared in "How He Lied to Her Husband" on Broadway (revival).
  • (1905) Stage: Appeared (as "Thomas Broadbent") in "John Bull's Other Island" on Broadway (played in repertory with "How He Lied to Her Husband", "The Man of Destiny", "You Never Can Tell", "Mrs. Warren's Profession", "Candida"). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Garrick Theatre: 9 Oct 1905-21 Oct 1905 (unknown performances). Cast: Rose A. Anthon (as "Aunt Judy"), Charles Crosby (as "Cornelius Doyle"), Arnold Daly (as "Larry Doyle"), George Farren (as "Peter Keegan"), John Findlay (as "Tim Haffigan"), L.M. Gallager (as "Barney Doran"), Harry Harwood (as "Father Dempsey"), Chrystal Herne (as "Nora Reilly"), Joseph Maddern (as "Patsy Farrell"), Winchell Smith (as "Matt Haffigan"), Frederick Tyler (as "Hodson"). Produced by Liebler & Co.
  • (1906) Stage: Appeared (as "Maj. Paul Petkoff") in "Arms and the Man" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Lyric Theatre: 16 Apr 1906-May 1906 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Arnold Daly (as "Capt. Bluntschli"), Bijou Fernandez (as "Louka"), John Findlay, William Harcourt (as "Maj. Sergius Saranoff"), Chrystal Herne (as "Raina Petkoff"), Joseph Maddern (as "Russian Officer"), Isabelle Urquhart. Produced by Arnold Daly.
  • (1906) Stage: Appeared in "How He Lied to Her Husband" on Broadway (revival).
  • (1906) Stage: Appeared (as "Torvald Helmer") in "Hedda Gabler" on Broadway. Written by Henrik Ibsen. Princess Theatre: 13 Nov 1906-Dec 1906 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: John Blair, Laura Hope Crews, John Findlay, Mrs. Jacques Martin, Alla Nazimova (as "Hedda Tesman"), Mrs. Thomas Whiffen. Produced by Henry Miller.
  • (1907) Stage: Appeared (as "Torvald Helmer") in "A Doll's House" on Broadway (revival). Written by Henrik Ibsen. Princess Theatre (moved to The Bijou Theatre from 18 Jan 1907-close): 14 Jan 1907-Feb 1907 (closing date unknown/28 performances). Cast: John Findlay, Mabel Findlay, Theodore Friebus, Violette Hill, Master William B. James, Mrs. Jacques Martin, Alla Nazimova (as "Nora Helmer"), Blanche Stoddard.
  • (1907) Stage: Appeared in "Mrs. Warren's Profession" on Broadway. Comedy/tragedy.
  • (1907) Stage: Appeared in "Lola from Berlin" on Broadway. Musical comedy.
  • (1907) Stage: Appeared in "A Doll's House" on Broadway (r\evival). Written by Henrik Ibsen. Bijou Theatre: 18 Nov 1907-Dec 1907 (closing date unknown/49 performances). Cast: Violette Hill, Gladys Hulette, Rosalind Ivan, Mrs. Jacques Martin, Alla Nazimova, Warner Oland, Lillian Singleton.
  • (1907) Stage: Appeared in "The Comet" on Broadway.
  • (1909) Stage: Appeared in "The Return of Eve" on Broadway. Musical.
  • (1909) Stage: Appeared in "The Return of Eve" on Broadway.
  • (1909) Stage: Appeared in "The Sins of Society" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Cecil Raleigh and Henry Hamilton. Directed by Lawrence Marston and Ernest D'Auban. New York Theatre: 31 Aug 1909-Sep 1909 (closing date unknown/31 performances). Cast: William L. Abingdon, Reginald Barlow, Virginia Bell, Jessie Carbee, Louise Closser Hale, Rosalie De Vaux, Alice Dean, Florence Edney, W.A. Eustace, Charles Fleming, Marguerite Florence, Lillian Gurney, Laura Nelson Hall, Cooper Hamilton, Clifford Hipple, Anthony Jones, Louis Keller, Leslie Kenyon, Dell Pascatel, Mabel Pascel, Charles Rowan, Louise Rutter, Alice Seymour, Lucy Sibley, Conway Tearle, Grace Thorne, William Walkers, Malcolm Watson, Elmer Watts, C.P. Zell. Produced by Brooks & Dingwell. NOTE: Filmed as The Sins of Society (1915).
  • (1909) Stage: Appeared in "The Lily" on Broadway. Written / produced by David Belasco. Based on the French of Pierre Wolff and Gaston Leroux. Stuyvesant Theatre: 23 Dec 1909-May 1909 (closing date unknown/164 performances). Cast: Charles Cartwright, Julia Dean, Leo Ditrichstein, Aileen Flaven, Alfred Hickman, William J. Kelly, Bruce McRae, Florence Nash, Nance O'Neil, Douglas Patterson, Robert Robson, Marshall Stuart, Ethel Grey Terry.
  • (1912) Stage: Appeared in "Within the Law" on Broadway.
  • (1914) Stage: Appeared in "The Money Makers" on Broadway. Written by Charles Klein [final Broadway credit during lifetime]. Booth Theatre: 5 Oct 1914-Oct 1914 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Joseph Adelman, Lionel Bevans, Eva Condon, Emmett Corrigan, Alfred Fisher, Echlin Gayer, Walter Kingsford, Felix Krembs, Eugene O'Brien, Eugene Prazier, Calvin Thomas, Margaret Wycherly. Produced by Selwyn & Co.
  • (1915) Stage: Appeared (as "Pastor Manders") in "Ghosts" on Broadway (revival). Written by Henrik Ibsen. Longacre Theatre: 20 Apr 1915-22 Apr 1915 (2 performances). Cast: Virginia Fox Brooks (as "Regina Engstrand, Mrs. Alving's maid"), Alberta Gallatin (as "Mrs. Helen Alving, widow of Cpt. Alving, late Chamberlain to the King"), Harry Neville (as "Jacob Engstrand, a carpenter"), Robert Whittier (as "Oswald Alving, Mrs. Alving's son, a painter"). Produced by Robert Whittier.
  • (1918) Stage: Appeared in "The Wild Duck" on Broadway. Drama.
  • (1918) Stage: Appeared in "Watch Your Neighbor" on Broadway. Written by Leon Gordon and LeRoy Clemens. Booth Theatre: 2 Sep 1918-Oct 1918 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: LeRoy Clemens, Edward Colebrook, John De Briac, Fred Esmelton [final Broadway role], Charles Fisher, Leon Gordon, Ruby Hallier, Stanley Harrison, Emil Hoch, Alexander Loftus, Bertram Marburgh, Dodson Mitchell, Gerald Pring, Dore Rogers, Mary Servoss, Gayne Whitman [credited as Harold Vosburgh]. Produced by Oliver Morosco.
  • (1919) Stage: Appeared in "Dark Rosaleen" on Broadway. Written by W.D. Hepenstall and Whitford Kane. Belasco Theatre: 22 Apr 1919-Jul 1919 (closing date unknown/87 performances). Cast: Charles Bickford, John Carmody [Broadway debut], Robert Cummings, Henry Duffey, Walter Edwin, George Fitzgerald, Eileen Huban, P.J. Kelly, Charles F. McCarthy, Beryl Mercer, Thomas Mitchell, Dan Moyles, John Daly Murphy, Seumas O'Brien, Farrell Pelly. Produced by David Belasco.
  • (1919) Stage: Appeared in "The Unknown Woman" on Broadway. Melodrama.
  • (1920) Stage: Appeared (as "G.W. Parker") in "Honey Girl" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music by Albert von Tilzer. Book by Edward Clark. Lyrics by Neville Fleeson. Musicalized from "Checkers" by Henry Martyn Blossom [posthumous credit; died on 23 Mar 1919]. Musical Director: Eugene Salzer. Directed by Bert French and Sam Forrest. Cohan and Harris: 3 May 1920-4 Sep 1920 (142 performances). Cast: Bert Alden (as "Ensemble"), Mabel Allen (as "Ensemble"), Virginia Allen (as "Ensemble"), Beatrice Anderson (as "Ensemble"), Ottie Ardine (as "Esther Blake"), Robert Armstrong (as "Orville Bryan"), Florence Ashton (as "Ensemble"), Bill Bailey (as "Ensemble"), Edna Bates (as "Honora (Honey) Parker"), Helen Berkley (as "Ensemble"), Allan Blair (as "Ensemble"), Harold Brady (as "Ensemble"), Fern Collier (as "Ensemble"), Lucretia Craig (as "Berylune" / "Ensemble"), Clifford Daly (as "Ensemble"), Marie DuChette (as "Ensemble"), Grace Elliott (as "Water" / "Ensemble"), Edmund Elton (as "Jim Hayward"), Sidonie Espero (as "Carmencita" / "Good Fairy"), Beth Fowne (as "Ensemble"), Annette Gardner (as "Ensemble"), Harriet Gustin (as "Fire" / "Ensemble"), Leo Howe (as "Ensemble"), Peter Lang (as "Judge Martin"), Kay Mahoney (as "Ensemble"), Louise Mallory (as "Ensemble"), Patricia Mayer (as "Ensemble"), Tess Mayer (as "Ensemble"), Walter Mayo (as "Ensemble"), George McKay (as "Timothy (Tip) Smiley"), Louise Meyers (as "Lucy Martin"), Frances Mink (as "Ensemble"), William Mortimer (as "Sol Frankenstein"), Lynne Overman (as "David (Checkers) Graham"), Hazel Purcy (as "Ensemble"), Rene Riano (as "Cynthia"), Ann Ross (as "Ensemble"), Florence Rush (as "Ensemble"), Lou Sears (as "Ensemble"), Cissie Sewell (as "Marion Rose" / "Bluebird"), Betty Shannon (as "Ensemble"), Mercer Templeton (as "Charles Hawkins" / "Tyltil"), Helen Trainer (as "Night" / "Ensemble"), Marie Wallace (as "Ensemble"), William Wilder (as "Ensemble"), Catherine Wilson (as "Light" / "Ensemble"), Charlie Yorkshire (as "Thomas Lyons"). Produced by Sam Harris.
  • (1920) Stage: Appeared in "The Tavern" on Broadway. Comedy/tragedy/satire.
  • (1920) Stage: Wrote "Cornered", produced on Broadway. Comedy/drama. Directed by John McKee. Astor Theatre: 8 Dec 1920-Apr 1921 (closing date unknown/143 performances). Cast: Leslie Austin (credited as Leslie Austen; as "George Wells"), Nettie Bourne (as "Lola Mulvaney"), Morgan Coman (as "Nick"), Elmer Cornell (as "Frank"), Charles Esdale (as "Dr. Emerson"), Edward Fielding (as "Jerry"), Edith Ford (as "Miss Watson"), Robert Forsyth (as "Brewster"), Amelia Gardner (as "Mrs. Wells"), Thomas Gunn (as "Casey"), Timothy Kane (as "Smithson"), Madge Kennedy (as "Mary Brennan" / "Margaret Waring"), Natalie Manning (as "Rose"), Edna May (as "Maid"), Therese Quadri (as "Leontine"), Charles Tong (as "Sing Hi"), Joseph V. Tullar (as "Flanagan"), Tom H. Walsh (as "Updike"). Produced by Henry W. Savage. NOTE: Filmed as Cornered (1924).
  • (1921) Stage: Appeared (as "John C. Kent") in "Personality" on Broadway. Comedy/drama. Written by Philip Bartholomae and Jasper Ewing Brady. Directed by Frank Peck. Playhouse Theatre: 27 Aug 1921-Sep 1921 (closing date unknown/9 performances).
  • (1921) Stage: Appeared (as "George W. Grubble") in "Like a King" on Broadway. Drama. Written by John Hunter Booth. 39th Street Theatre: 3 Oct 1921-Oct 1921 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Arthur Allen (as "William Chubb"), E.L. Duane (as "Samuel Pemberton"), Charles Esdale (as "Thomas H. Coffin"), James Gleason (as "Nathaniel Artemus Alden"), Mina Gleason (as "Mrs. Alden"), Ann Harding (as "Phyllis Weston"), John Hardtap (as "Policeman"), Robert Homans (as "Gen. Wade Weston"), Frances Howard (as "Arabella Alden"; Broadway debut), Hale Norcross (as "Dan Riordan"), Lucille Parker (as "Abigail"), Edward Poland (as "Calvin Lowe"), James Seeley (as "Robert Alden"), Max Waizman (as "J.W. Savage"), Margaret Wiltshire (as "Norah Smuts"). Produced by Adolph Klauber.
  • (1922) Stage: Appeared (as "John K. Carlton") in "The National Anthem" on Broadway. Drama. Written by J. Hartley Manners (also in cast as "Waiter"). Henry Miller's Theatre: 23 Jan 1922-Apr 1922 (closing date unknown/114 performances). Cast: Laurette Taylor, William Armstrong, Lillian Kemble-Cooper, Robert Hudson, Greta Kemble-Cooper, Richie Ling (as "Reuben Hale"), Ralph Morgan (as "Arthur Carlton"), Paul Porcasi (as "Dr. Virande"), Frank M. Thomas (as "Tom Carroll"), Jo Wallace, Ray Wilson. Produced by Abraham L. Erlanger and George C. Tyler. Produced under the personal direction of J. Hartley Manners.
  • (1922) Stage: Appeared (sad "George Dodge") in "The Night Call" on Broadway. Melodrama. Written by Adeline Hendricks. Frazee Theatre: 26 Apr 1922-May 1922 (closing date unknown/29 performances). Cast: Nellie Burt (as "Mollie Braden"), Jay Hanna (as "Jerry Thompson"), Brandon Hurst (as "Edward Howe"), Helen Lowell (as "Martha Stuart-Scott"), Earle Mitchell (as "Bob Braden"), Elsie Rizer (as "Alice Dodge"), Wells Spalding (as "The Other Man"), Charles Trowbridge (as "the man from out of the storm"). Produced by The Players' Assembly.
  • (1922) Stage: Appeared in "Listening In" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Carlyle Moore. Directed by Ira Hards. Bijou Theatre: 4 Dec 1922-Feb 1923 (closing date unknown/99 performances). Cast: Frank Andrews (as "Dr. Emil Bachman"), William B. Davidson, C.L. Emerson (as "Police Officer"), Herbert Farjeon (as "Abu"), Helen Flint (as "Miriam Adrian"), George Gaston (as "Messenger"; final Broadway role), Ernest Glendinning (as "John Coomber"), 'William Keighley' (as "William Archer"), Frank J. Kirk (as "Jonas McKesson"), Margaret Linden (as "Mrs. Grace Pemberton"), George Majeroni (as "Mr. Morrison"), Dodson Mitchell (as "Johnathan Cumberland"), Gerald Stopp, Harry Stubbs (as "Harry Van Sloan"). Produced by Milton Productions.
  • (1923) Stage: Appeared in "Home Fires" on Broadway. Comedy.
  • (1924) Stage: Appeared (as "David Schussel") in "Izzy" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Lillian Trimble Bradley (also director) and George Broadhurst (also producer). Broadhurst Theatre: 16 Sep 1924-Nov 1924 (closing date unknown/71 performances). Cast: Ralph Belmont (as "Moche Iskovitch"), Kenneth Hunter, Jimmy Hussey, Sam Jaffe (as "Eli Iskovitch"), Jacob Kingsbury (as "Abraham Iskovitch"), Helen Lackaye (as "Mary Byrd"), Robert Leonard, Fred Irving Lewis, Ralph J. Locke (as "Solomon Iskovitch"), Isabelle Lowe, Richard Martin, Robert Middlemass (as "Jacob Steinberg"), Alfred Rigali.
  • (1924) Stage: Appeared (as "Grifonetto") in "The Red Falcon" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Lillian Trimble Bradley and George Broadhurst (also producer). Broadhurst Theatre: 7 Oct 1924-Oct 1924 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Phyllis Blake (as "The Novice"), Albert Bruning (as "Conte di Peralta"), Ilka Chase (as "Sister Francesca" / "A Maid"), Marshall Hale (as "Another Officer"), Dan E. Hanlon (as "A Monk"), Kenneth Hunter (as "Capitano Bernardo Montrosali"), Stanley Kalkhurst (as "An Officer"), Thais Lawton (as "The Mother Superior, Contessa Felicia"), Andrew Moloney (as "The Gardener" / "Guido"), Carlotta Monterey (as "Clarina Orioni"), McKay Morris (as "The Red Falcon" / "Adriano"), Walter Ringham (as "The Bishop"), Zeffie Tilbury (as "Sister Maria").
  • (1925) Stage: Appeared in "Wild Birds" on Broadway. Drama.
  • (1926) Stage: Appeared (as "Tom Beale") in "Beau Gallant" on Broadway. Written by Stuart Olivier. Directed by Clarke Silvernail. Ritz Theatre: 4 Apr 1926-Apr 1926 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: 'Lionel Atwill' (as "Caton Beal Carrington"), Clarence Bellair, Wallace Erskine, Robert Gleckler, Percival Jackson, Leslie King, William E. Lawrence, Gypsy O'Brien. Produced by The Playshop, Inc.
  • (1927) Stage: Appeared in "Behold This Dreamer" on Broadway. Drama.
  • (1929) Stage: Appeared (as "Elmer's father") in "First Mortgage" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Louis Weitzenkorn. Directed by José Ruben. Broadhurst Theatre: 29 Oct 1929-Nov 1929 (closing date unknown/4 performances). Cast: Richard Abbott, Walter Abel (as "Elmer Gray"), Frank Burton, Maxwell Driscoll, Ray Earles, Sara Haden, Beatrice Hendricks, Walter O. Hill, Leona Maricle, Josephine Morse, Ely Solomon, Dorothy Walters. Produced by W.P. Farnsworth and H.M. Hayman.
  • (1931) Stage: Appeared (as "Henry Duncan") in "Her Supporting Cast" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Harold Sherman. Directed by Russell G. Medcraft. Biltmore Theatre: 4 May 1931-Jun 1931 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Jack Hartley (as "Jeff Reekie"), Otto Hulett (as "Gregory Lloyd"), Mildred McCoy (as "Eleanor Curtis"). Produced by Philip Gerton.
  • (1931) Stage: Wrote (w/Clyde North) / appeared (as "David Benson") in "In Times Square" on Broadway. Comedy. Longacre Theatre: 23 Nov 1931-Nov 1931 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: James Anderson (as "Cameraman"), Wyrley Birch (as "The Stage Manager"), Ninon Bunyea (as "Gladys Earle"), John S. Butler (as "Jack Logan"), Walter Greaza (as "Austin Jewett"), Frederick Lewis (as "Hamilton Hart"), Barry Macollum (as "Cokey Davis"), Reginald Mason (as "J. Wilbur Craig"), May McCabe (as "Rose Hobarth"), Thelma Ritter (as "Sally Stewart"), Frank Shannon (as "Chick Rivers"), Harvey Walters (as "A Stranger"). Produced by Barry Macollum and Maurice Greet.
  • (1932) Stage: Appeared (as "Henry Porter") in "Black Sheep" on Broadway. Comedy. Written / directed / produced by Elmer Rice. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Morosco Theatre: 13 Oct 1932-Oct 1932 (closing date unknown/4 performances). Cast: Jean Adair (as "Mary Thompson Porter"), Helen Brooks (as "Dorothy Woods"), James Carroll (as "A Taxi Driver"), Edward Downes (as "Alfred Porter"), Frederica Going (as "Bertha Belknap"), Jane Hamilton (as "Penelope Porter"), Fred Herrick (as "Milton Abercrombie"), Donald MacDonald (as "Thompson "Buddy" Porter"), Mary Philips (as "Kitty Lloyd"), Harriet Russell (as "Elizabeth"), Ann Shoemaker (as "Helena Abercrombie").
  • (1932) Stage: Appeared in "Jamboree" on Broadway.
  • (1932) Stage: Appeared in "The Little Black Book" on Broadway. Drama.
  • (1934) Stage: Appeared (as "Walcott") in "Stevedore" on Broadweay. Drama. Written by Paul Peters and George Sklar. Scenic Design by Sointu Syrjala. Directed by Michael Blankfort and Irving Gordon. Civic Repertory Theatre: 18 Apr 1934-Jul 1934 (closing date unknown/111 performances). Cast: Dewey Armstrong, Cal Bellaver, G.I. Harry Bolden (as "Joe Crump"), C.M. Bootsie Davis, Gena May Brown (as "Nanny"), Arthur Bruce, Robert Caille, Jack Carter (as "Lonnie Thompson"), Jack Daley, William C. Elkins, Alonzo Fenderson, Frank Gabrielson, Roy Gillespie, Irving Gordon (as "Charley Freeman"), Millicent Green (as "Florrie"), Esther Hall, Jack Hartley, Georgette Harvey (as "Binnie"), Rex Ingram (as "Blacksnake"), Carrington Lewis (as "Bobo Valentine"), Henry Moy, William Myers, Neill O'Malley, Emily Patterson, I. Peters, Susie Sutton, Edna Thomas, Al Watts, Leigh Whipper (as "Jim Veal"), Jack Williams, Ray Yeates. Produced by Theatre Union Inc.
  • (1934) Stage: Appeared (as "Ned Kirchwey") in "Errant Lady" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Nat Dorfman [credited as Nat N. Dorfman]. Directed by Priestly Morrison. Fulton Theatre: 17 Sep 1934-Oct 1934 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: King Calder (as "Frank Howard"), Reynolds Denniston (as "John"), Stuart Fox (as "Walter Slocum"), Averell Harris (as "Ralph Jessup"), Mary Horne Morrison (as "Stella Kirchwey"), Leona Powers (as "Clara Jessup"), Donald Randolph (as "Victor Rachmananov"), Helen Walpole (as "Sylvia Howard"). Produced by Harry Albert.
  • (1934) Stage: Appeared (as "2nd Platform Speaker") in "Within the Gates" on Broadway. Drama. Incidental music by Milton Lusk and Lehman Engel [earliest Broadway credit]. Written by Sean O'Casey. Choreographed by Elsa Findlay. Directed by Melvyn Douglas. National Theatre: 22 Oct 1934-Feb 1935 (closing date unknown/141 performances). Cast: Mildred Albert, Charles Angelo (as "The Man in the Trilbey Hat"), Morris Ankrum (as "The Atheist"), George Augustin, Tony Barone, Mordecai Bauman, Phil Bishop, Suzanne Black, Kenneth Bostock, Mary Brandt, Edward Broadley (as "1st Evangelist"), Victor Bryant, Tomes Chapman, Kathryn Collier (as "The Bishop's Sister"), Ralph Cullinan (as "The Foreman"), Kathryn Curl, Martha Eaton, Bramwell Fletcher (as "The Dreamer"), Frank Gabrielson, Lillian Gish (as "The Young Whore"), Betty Gladstone, Anne Goddard, Miriam Goldina, Gordon Gould (as "1st Platform Speaker"), Serge Gradoff, Dorothy Higgins, Marjorie Hyder, Serge Inga, Moffat Johnston (as "The Bishop"), James Jolley, Charles Keane (as "The Man in the Burberry "), Barry Kelley (as "The Gardener"), Robert Kerr, Stanley Klein, Karl Kohrs, Ellen Larned (as "The Woman Who Feeds the Birds"), Alexander Lewis, Ellen Love, Byron McGrath (as "A Young Salvation Army Officer"), Barry Macollum (as "1st Chair Attendant"), Vera Fuller Mellish (as "1st Nursemaid"), Ram Meyer, Esther Mitchell (as "2nd Nursemaid"), Elizabeth Morgan, Mary Morris, Margaret Mower (as "Symbol of the Seasons"), John Daly Murphy (as "2nd Chair Attendant"), Gifford Nash, Jessamine Newcombe, Arthur Porter, Evangeline Raleigh, Ursula Seiler, Edith Shayne, Virginia Spottswood, Pauline Stokes, Peggy Strickland, Ralph Sumpter (as "The Young Man in Plus-Fours"), William Triest, Arthur Villars, Clyde Walters, Teddy Williams, William Williams, Rodifer Wilson, Stanley G. Wood (as "The Man in the Bowler Hat"). Produced by George Bushar and John Tuerk.
  • (1935) Stage: Appeared (as "Dr. Wade") in "A Woman of the Soil" on Broadway. Written by John Charles Brownell. Directed / produced by John Cameron. 49th Street Theatre: 25 Mar 1935-Apr 1935 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Ellen Brewster (as "Ruth Young"), Alfred Kappeler (as "Weir Douglas"), Frank Monroe (as "Bert Mason"), Brandon Peters (as "Steve Baldwin"), Arthur Pierson (as "Robert Young"), Evelyn Varden (as "Margaret Young"), Maurice Wells (as "The Rev. Donald Ferguson").
  • (1935) Stage: Appeared in "Good Men and True" on Broadway. Drama.
  • (1936) Stage: Appeared in "Mid-West" on Broadway. Drama.
  • (1936) Stage: Appeared in "Love on the Dole" on Broadway. Drama.
  • (1936) Stage: Appeared (as "Otto von Kruif") in "Ten Million Ghosts" on Broadway. Drama. Written / directed / produced by Sidney Kingsley. Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager. St. James Theatre: 23 Oct 1936-Nov 1936 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast: Lester Alden (as "Balkan" / "Waiter"), Dave Arthur (as "Spewack"), Carroll Ashburn (as "Gen. Louvet"), Lee Baker (as "Francois de Kruif"), Peter Barry (as "Telegraph Boy"), Felton Bickley (as "Armed Guard" / "Bonnard"), Philip Bourneuf (as "Lessay"), Charles Bowden (as "Messenger Boy"), George Coulouris (as "Zacharey"), Stuart Ferguson (as "Soldier"), Martin Gabel (as "Peter"), Myles Geoffrey (as "Louis" / "Aide to Gen. Louvet"), John Harding (as "Orderly"), Ray Harper (as "Gabry"), Alfred Hesse (as "Muller"), Otto Hulett (as "Ryan"), Stanley Jessup (as "Shore"), George Justin (as "Messenger Boy"), David Leight (as "French Worker" / "Butler"), Bernard Lenrow (as "Red Cross Sergeant"), David Merrill (as "Thomas"), Meg Mundy (as "Secretary"), Barbara O'Neil (as "Madeleine"), C. Russell Sage (as "Gen. Dumont" / "Jones"), James Sidney (as "Anderson"), Joseph Singer (as "German Worker"), Howard Solness (as "Foreman"), Kurt Stall (as "Intelligence Officer"), John Walker (as "Dr. La Marr" / "Roberts"), Orson Welles (as "Andre"), Robert X. Williams (as "Schmidt").
  • (1936) Stage: Appeared (as "Ephraim Clark") in "Around the Corner" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Martin Flavin. Directed by Bertram Harrison. 48th Street Theatre: 28 Dec 1936-Jan 1937 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Charles Coburn (as "Fred Perkins"), Boyd Crawford (as "Dave"), Zamah Cunningham (as "Sarah Clark"), Edwin Cushman, Lillian Emerson, Merle Maddern, Milburn Stone (as "Joe"), Frank Tweddell (as "Mr. Peterson"), Cyrus W. Wendall. Produced by Lodewick Vroom.
  • (1937) Stage: Appeared (as "Morten Kill") in "An Enemy of the People" on Broadway. Drama (revival). Written by Henrik Ibsen. Directed / produced by Walter Hampden. Hudson Theatre: 15 Feb 1937-Mar 1937 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Albert Allen, Richard Allen, Truman Bengali, Albert Bergh (as "Capt. Horster"), Richard Edward Bowler, Charles Brunswick, Conrad Cantzen, Hannam Clark (as "Aslaksen"), Murray D'Arcy, John C. Davis, John de Angelis, Elizabeth Farrar, Richard Freeman, Arthur Gilmour, Edward M. Grace, C. Norman Hammond, Walter Hampden (as "Dr. Thomas Stockmann"), Walter James, Marjorie Jarecki, Wyman Kane, Walter Kapp, Gaylord B. Kingston, Leslie Klein, James C. Malaidy, George Marsh, Mabel Moore, Allen Nourse, Haakon Ogle, Sidney Palmer, Constance Pellissier (as "Lady"), Frank Phillips, Richard Ross, John Rustad, Harvey Sayers, Herbert Treitel, Paul Tripp, Boris Ulmar, Albert Dekker (credited as Albert Van Dekker; as "Hovstad"), Dick Wallace, Walter Ward, Mortimer Weldon, John E. Wheeler.

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