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(1929- 1972). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1929). Stage Play: The Living Corpse. Tragedy. Written by Leo Tolstoy. Directed by Jacob Ben-Ami. Civic Repertory Theatre: 6 Dec 1929- Jan 1930 (closing date unknown/33 performances). Cast: Walter Beck, Jacob Ben-Ami (as "Fedya/Feodor Vasilyetvitch Protasov"), Egon Brecher (as "Ivan Petrovitch Alexandrov"), J. Edward Bromberg (as "Ivan Markarovitch, Petrushin"), Donald Cameron, Sayre Crawley, Mooney Diamond, Leonard Farley, Florida Friebus (as "Sasha"), Robert H. Gordon, Lee Hillery, Henry Howard, Josephine Hutchinson, David Kerman, Joseph A. Kramm (as "Voznesensky, an Army Officer"), Alma Kruger (as "Anna Pavlovna"), Eva Le Gallienne (as "Anna Dimitrievna Karenina"), Robert Lewis, Paul Leyssac (as "Prince Sergei Dimitrievitch Abrezkov"), Ria Mooney, Arnold Moss (as "Koratkov") [Broadway debut], Harold Moulton, Leona Roberts (as "Nastasia Ivanovna"), Rita Romilly, Robert Ross, Mary Sarton, Blake Scott, Herbert Shapiro, Elizabeth Shelly, Constantine Shevtchen, William Steinhorn, David Turk.

(1930). Stage Play: Romeo and Juliet. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Eva Le Gallienne. Civic Repertory Theatre: 21 Apr 1930- May 1930. Cast: Walter Beck (as "Capulet"), Jacob Ben-Ami (as "Escalus, prince of Verona"), J. Edward Bromberg (as "Mercutio, kinsman to the prince and friend to Romeo"), Donald Cameron (as "Romeo, son of Montague"), Amy Chandler (as "Page to Capulet"), Sayre Crawley (as "Friar Laurence, a Franciscan"), Howard Da Silva (as "Apothecary") [Broadway debut], Mooney Diamond (as "Ensemble"), Florida Friebus (as "Ensemble"), Frederic Giuliano (as "Ensemble"), Robert H. Gordon (as "Tybalt, nephew to Lady Capulet"), Lee Hillery (as "Abraham, servant to Montague/Ensemble"), Henry Howard (as "Watchman/Ensemble"), Vernon Jones (as "Page to Mercutio"), David Kerman (as "Watchman"), Joseph A. Kramm (as "An Old Man of the Capulet family/Friar John, a Franciscan"), Eva Le Gallienne (as "Juliet, daughter to Capulet"), Robert Lewis (as "Gregory, servant to Capulet/Watchman"), Merle Maddern (as "Lady Capulet, wife to Capulet"), Burgess Meredith (as "Peter, servant to Juliet's nurse/Ensemble"), Arnold Moss (as "Balthasar, servant to Romeo"), Harold Moulton (as "Montague"), Renee Orsell (as "Ensemble"), Leona Roberts (as "Nurse to Juliet"), Robert F. Ross (as "Benvolio, nephew to Montague and friend to Romeo"), May Sarton (as "Ensemble"), Estelle Scheer (as "Ensemble"), Blake Scott (as "Paris, a young nobleman, kinsman to the prince"), Herbert Shapiro (as "Sampson, Servant to Capulet"), Irene Sharaff (as "Ensemble"), William Steinhorn (as "Ensemble"), David Turk (as "Chief Officer of the Town"), Gordon Wallace (as "Page to Paris/Ensemble"), Mary Ward (as "Lady Montague, wife to Montague"), Ruth Wilton (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Civic Repertory Theatre Inc.

(1930). Stage Play: The Green Cockatoo. (Revival/repertory production; played in rotation with "Romeo and Juliet," "The Cradle Song" and "The Lady from Alfaqueque"). Written by Arthur Schnitzler. Civic Repertory Theatre: 6 Oct 1930- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Walter Beck, Jacob Ben-Ami (as "Henri"), Egon Brecher (as "Prospere, Host of the Green Cockatoo"), J. Edward Bromberg (as "Grasset"), Donald Cameron (as "Rollin"), Sayre Crawley (as "Guillaume"), Howard Da Silva (as "Scaevola"), Beatrice De Neergaard (as "Leocadie"), Robert H. Gordon (as "Lebret"), David Kerman, Joseph A. Kramm, Paul Leyssac (as "Marquis de Lansac"), Burgess Meredith (as "Grain"), Ria Mooney (as "Michette"), Arnold Moss, Harold Moulton, Estelle Scheer, Herbert Shapiro, Sala Staw, Gordon Wallace (as "Albin, Chevalier de la Tremouille"). Produced by Civic Repertory Theatre Inc.

(1930). Stage Play: Siegfried. Drama. Written by Philip Carr, from the French of Jean Giraudoux. Directed by Eva Le Gallienne. Civic Repertory Theatre: 20 Oct 1930- Nov 1930 (closing date unknown/44 performances). Cast: Walter Beck (as "General von Waldorf"), Jacob Ben-Ami (as "Siegfried"), Egon Brecher (as "Baron Von Zelten"), J. Edward Bromberg (as "Pietri"), Donald Cameron, Howard Da Silva (as "Mr. Patchkoffer/Schumann"), Sean Dillon, Robert H. Gordon, Joseph A. Kramm (as "Keller"), Edith Lane, Eva Le Gallienne (as "Genevieve"), Paul Leyssac, Agnes McCarthy, Burgess Meredith (as "Kratz, Orderly"), Arnold Moss, Harold Moulton, Margaret Mower (as "Eva"), Robert Ross, Herbert Shapiro. Produced by Civic Repertory Theatre Inc.

(1931). Stage Play: Camille. Drama (revival). Written by Alexandre Dumas père, fils. Translated by Henriette Metcalf. Directed by Constance Collier. Civic Repertory Theatre: 26 Jan 1931- Mar 1931 (closing date unknown/57 performances). Cast: Walter Beck (as "The Doctor"), Jacob Ben-Ami (as "M. Duval"), Donald Cameron (as "Count De Giray"), Howard Da Silva (as "Guest"), Beatrice De Neergaard (as "Olympe"), Morgan Farley (as "Armand Duval"), Robert H. Gordon (as "Baron De Varville"), Josephine Hutchinson (as "Nichette"), David Kerman (as "Servant"), DeWitt Kiernan (as "Servant"), Joseph A. Kramm (as "Guest"), Alma Kruger (as "Nanine"), Eva Le Gallienne (as "Marguerite Gautier"), Paul Leyssac (as "Saint Gaudens"), Morris Morrison (as "Guest"), Arnold Moss (as "Guest"), Harold Moulton (as "Gaston Rieux"), Peter Railey, Leona Roberts (as "Prudence"), Jacob F. Ross, Robert F. Ross, Jack Saltzman, Estelle Scheer, Joan Van Seyfertitz (as "Guest"), Gordon Wallace (as "Arthur"), Richard Waring (as "Servant/Guest"), Antonia Warren. Produced by Civic Repertory Theatre Inc.

(1931). Stage Play: Wonder Boy. Comedy. Written by Edward Chodorov and Arthur Barton. Directed by Jed Harris. Alvin Theatre: 22 Oct 1931- Nov 1931 (closing date unknown/44 performances). Cast: Constance Almy, Max Beck, Jacob Bleifer, Matt Briggs, Barbara Bulgakova, David Burns, Frank Carter, Maurice Cass (as "Montague Levy"), William Challee (as "Peter Hinkle"), Eddie Craven, Hazel Dawn, Thomas Fisher, Eva Franklin, Bernard Gorcey (as "Commodore Cohen"), Jeanne Greene, D.J. Hamilton, Ross Hertz (as "Tony"), Donald Heywood, Cecil Holm (as "Mac"), Allen Jenkins (as "Joe Glick"), James Kearney, Robert Leonard, Sam Levene (as "Schwartz"), Bruce MacFarlane, Hallie Manning, Horace McMahon (as "A Reporter"), Margaret Meyers, Arnold Moss, (as "Page Boy"), Henry O'Neill (as "George Kelly"), Joseph Ploski, Arnold Preston, Gregory Ratoff (as "Phil Mashkin"), Estelle Scheer, Herman Shapiro, James R. Waters, Vincent York (as "Another Reporter"). Produced by Jed Harris.

(1940). Stage Play: The Fifth Column. Drama. Adapted from a play by Ernest Hemingway. Book adapted by Benjamin Glazer. Scenic Design by Howard Bay. Costume Design by Paul Du Pont. Directed by Lee Strasberg. Alvin Theatre: 6 Mar 1940- 18 May 1940 (87 performances). Cast: Emil Boreo (as "Hotel Manager"), Hilda Bruce (as "Petra"), Sid Cassel (as "Hotel Electrician/First Waiter"), Fred Catania (as "Another Assault Guard"), Kendall Clark (as "Private Wilkinson"), Lee J. Cobb (as "Max"), Harry Davis (as "The Butterfly Man"), John Gerard (as "A Thin Officer/A Prowler/Second Waiter"), Raoul Henry (as "A Sentry/Another Assault Guard"), A.J. Herbert (as "Preston"), Charles Jordan (as "Doyle"), Peter Knego (as "Another Assault Guard"), David Leonard (as "A Man in Civilian Clothes"), Henry Levin (as "Another Soldier/A Signaler"), Philip Lewis (as "Holt"), Katherine Locke (as "Dorothy Bridges"), Arnold Moss (as "Antonio"), Wendell K. Phillips (as "A Soldier from New York"), Michael Sage (as "Another Sentry/An Assault Guard/An Artilleryman"), William F. Schoeller (as "A General from Germany"), Franchot Tone (as "Philip Rawlings"), Lenore Ulric (as "Anita"). Produced by The Theatre Guild (Theresa Helburn, Lawrence Langner: Administrative Directors).

(1940). Stage Play: Hold on to Your Hats. Musical comedy.

(1940). Stage Play: Journey to Jerusalem. Drama.

(1940). Stage Play: Flight to the West.

(1941). Stage Play: The Land Is Bright. Written by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Irene Sharaff. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Technical Assistant to Mr. Mielziner: George Jenkins. Press Representative: John Peter Toohey and Ben Kornzweig. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Music Box Theatre: 28 Oct 1941- 3 Jan 1942 (79 performances). Cast: Leon Ames, Diana Barrymore (as "Linda Kincaid"), Walter Beck (as "Dorset"), Constance Brigham, Grover Burgess (as "Ollie Pritchard"), Flora Campbell, Russell Conway, John Draper, Herbert Duffy, Ruth Findlay (as "Deborah Hawks") [final Broadway role], Jack Hartley, Muriel Hutchison, James La Curto, Louise Larabee, Hugh Marlowe, Roderick Maybee (as "Jesse Andrews"), Charles McClelland, Arnold Moss (as "Count Waldemar Czarniko/Count Waldemar Czarniko II"), Phyllis Povah (as "Ellen Kincaid"), William Roerick (as "Theodore Kincaid"), Edith Russell, Robert Shayne (as "Jerry Hudson"), Elaine Shepard, Martha Sleeper (as "Tana Kincaid"), G. Albert Smith (as "Dan Frawley"), K.T. Stevens, Norman Stuart, Ralph Theodore (as "Lacey Kincaid"), Lili Valenty, Dick Van Patten (as "Timothy Kincaid") [credited as Dickie Van Patten]. Produced by Max Gordon.

(1945). Stage Play: The Tempest. Comedy (revival).

(1958) Stage: Appeared in (as "Bernard Shaw") / wrote new two-act version of "Back to Methuselah" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Margaret Webster. Ambassador Theatre: 26 Mar 1958-19 Apr 1958 (29 performances). Cast: Valerie Bettis, M'el Dowd (as "Lilith"), Richard Easton, Faye Emerson (as "Eve" / "The Parlor Maid" / "Mrs. Lutestring, the Domestic Minister" / "Zoo"), Deirdre Owen, Tyrone Power (as "Adam" / "Rev. William Haslam" / "The Archbishop of York" / "Zozim" / "The He-Ancient"; final Broadway role), Arthur Treacher (as "Conrad Barnabas"). Produced by The Theatre Guild. Produced in association with Arnold Moss.

(1971) Stage: Appeared (as "Dmitri Weismann") in "Follies" on Broadway. Musical/drama. Book by James Goldman. Music / lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Musical Director / Choral Arrangements by Harold Hastings. Music orchestrated by Jonathan Tunick. Dance arrangements by John Berkman. Assistant Musical Director: Paul Cianci. Choreographed by Michael Bennett. Associate Choreographer: Bob Avian. Directed by Harold Prince (also producer) and Michael Bennett. Winter Garden Theatre: 4 Apr 1971-1 Jul 1972 (522 performances + 12 previews that began on 24 Mar 1971). Cast: Dorothy Collins (as "Sally Durant Plummer"), John McMartin (as "Benjamin Stone"), Gene Nelson (as "Buddy Plummer"), Alexis Smith (as "Phyllis Rogers Stone"), Yvonne De Carlo (as "Carlotta Campion"; only Broadway role), Roy Barry (as "Singer" / "Dancer"), Michael Bartlett (as "Roscoe"), Helon Blount (as "Dee Dee West"), Steven Boockvor (as "Singer and Dancer"), Suzanne Briggs (as "Showgirl"), Trudy Carson (as "Showgirl"), Ethel Barrymore Colt (as "Christine Crane"), Kathie Dalton (as "Showgirl"), Graciela Daniele (as "Young Vanessa" / "Singer and Dancer"), Fifi D'Orsay (as "Solange LaFitte"), Harvey Evans (as "Young Buddy"), Victor Griffin (as "Vincent"), John Grigas (as "Chauffeur"), Mary Jane Houdina (as "Young Hattie" / "Singer and Dancer"), Justine Johnston (as "Heidi Schiller"), Fred Kelly (as "Willy Wheeler"), Dick Latessa (as "Major-Domo"), Sonja Levkova (as "Sandra Donovan"), Victoria Mallory (as "Young Heidi"), John J. Martin (as "Max Deems"), Ursula Maschmeyer (as "Showgirl"), Mary McCarty (as "Stella Deems"), Michael Misita (as "Young Vincent" / "Singer and Dancer"), Joseph Nelson (as "Singer and Dancer"), Ralph Nelson (as "Kevin" / "Singer and Dancer"), Rita O'Connor (as "Singer and Dancer"), Julie Pars (as "Singer and Dancer"), Linda Perkins (as "Showgirl"), Kurt Peterson (as "Young Ben"), Suzanne Rogers (as "Singer and Dancer"), Marti Rolph (as "Young Sally"), Virginia Sandifur (as "Young Phyllis"), Ethel Shutta (as "Hattie Walker"), Sheila Smith (as "Meredith Lane"), Marcie Stringer (as "Emily Whitman"), Margot Travers (as "Showgirl"), Jayne Turner (as "Vanessa"), Kenneth Urmston (as "Singer and Dancer"), Peter Walker (as "Chet Richards"), Donald Weissmuller (as "Singer and Dancer"), Charles Welch (as "Theodore Whitman"). Standbys: Sheila Smith (as "Carlotta Campion" / "Phyllis Rogers Stone" / "Solange LaFitte"), Edwin Steffe (as "Dimitri Weismann"). Understudies: Helon Blount (as "Christine Crane" / "Hattie Walker" / "Stella Deems"), Ethel Barrymore Colt (as "Heidi Schiller" / "Sally Durant Plummer"), Fred Kelly (as "Dimitri Weismann" / "Major-Domo" / "Theodore Whitman"), Dick Latessa (as "Buddy Plummer"), Sonja Levkova (as "Vanessa"), Peter Walker (as "Benjamin Stone"), Donald Weissmuller (as "Vincent"). Replacement actors: Camila Ashland (as "Emily Whitman"), Roy Barry (as "Kevin"), Alexandra Borrie (as "Young Phyllis"' Broadway debut), 'Jan Clayton' (as "Christine Crane"), Susanna Clemm (as "Showgirl"), Joel Craig (as "Singer and Dancer"), Patricia Garland (as "Singer and Dancer"), John Johann (as "Young Ben"), Ted Lawrie (as "Theodore Whitman"), Marion Marlowe (as "Meredith Lane"), Jennifer Nairn-Smith (as "Showgirl"), Joseph Nelson (as "Major-Domo"), Jacqueline Payne (as "Singer and Dancer" / "Young Hattie"), Denise Pence (as "Singer and Dancer"), Marti Rolph (as "Young Heidi"), David Roman (as "Singer and Dancer"), Rita Rudner (as "Singer and Dancer"), Terry Saunders (as "Christine Crane"), Rosemary Shevlin (as "Showgirl"), Margot Travers (as "Young Vanessa"), Donald Weissmuller (as "Willy Wheeler"). Standbys: Jan Clayton (as "Sally Durant Plummer"), Ted Lawrie (as "Buddy Plummer"), Marion Marlowe (as "Carlotta Campion" / "Phyllis Rogers Stone"). Understudies: Sonja Levkova (as "Solange LaFitte"), Suzanne Rogers (as "Young Phyllis"), Ken Urmston (as "Young Ben"). Produced in association with Ruth Mitchell.

(1971). Stage Play: Follies. Musical/drama. Book by James Goldman. Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Musical Director / Choral Arrangements by Harold Hastings. Music orchestrated by Jonathan Tunick. Dance arrangements by John Berkman. Assistant Musical Director: Paul Cianci. Choreographed by Michael Bennett. Associate Choreographer: Bob Avian. Directed by Harold Prince and Michael Bennett. Winter Garden Theatre: 4 Apr 1971- 1 Jul 1972 (522 performances + 12 previews that began on 24 Mar 1971). Cast: Dorothy Collins (as "Sally Durant Plummer"), John McMartin (as "Benjamin Stone"), Gene Nelson (as "Buddy Plummer"), Alexis Smith (as "Phyllis Rogers Stone"), Yvonne De Carlo (as "Carlotta Campion") [only Broadway role], Roy Barry (as "Singer and Dancer"), Michael Bartlett (as "Roscoe"), Helon Blount (as "Dee Dee West"), Steven Boockvor (as "Singer and Dancer"), Suzanne Briggs (as "Showgirl"), Trudy Carson (as "Showgirl"), Ethel Barrymore Colt (as "Christine Crane"), Kathie Dalton (as "Showgirl"), Graciela Daniele (as "Young Vanessa/Singer and Dancer"), Fifi D'Orsay (as "Solange LaFitte"), Harvey Evans (as "Young Buddy"), Victor Griffin (as "Vincent"), John Grigas (as "Chauffeur"), Mary Jane Houdina (as "Young Hattie/Singer and Dancer"), Justine Johnston (as "Heidi Schiller"), Fred Kelly (as "Willy Wheeler"), Dick Latessa (as "Major-Domo"), Sonja Levkova (as "Sandra Donovan"), Victoria Mallory (as "Young Heidi"), John J. Martin (as "Max Deems"), Ursula Maschmeyer (as "Showgirl"), Mary McCarty (as "Stella Deems"), Michael Misita (as "Young Vincent/Singer and Dancer"), Joseph Nelson (as "Singer and Dancer"), Ralph Nelson (as "Kevin/Singer and Dancer"), Rita O'Connor (as "Singer and Dancer"), Julie Pars (as "Singer and Dancer"), Linda Perkins (as "Showgirl"), Kurt Peterson (as "Young Ben"), Suzanne Rogers (as "Singer and Dancer"), Marti Rolph (as "Young Sally"), Virginia Sandifur (as "Young Phyllis"), Ethel Shutta (as "Hattie Walker"), Sheila Smith (as "Meredith Lane"), Marcie Stringer (as "Emily Whitman"), Margot Travers (as "Showgirl"), Jayne Turner (as "Vanessa"), Kenneth Urmston (as "Singer and Dancer"), Peter Walker (as "Chet Richards"), Donald Weissmuller (as "Singer and Dancer"), Charles Welch (as "Theodore Whitman"). Standbys: Sheila Smith (as "Carlotta Campion/Phyllis Rogers Stone/Solange LaFitte"), Edwin Steffe (as "Dimitri Weismann"). Understudies: Helon Blount (as "Christine Crane/Hattie Walker/Stella Deems"), Ethel Barrymore Colt (as "Heidi Schiller/Sally Durant Plummer"), Fred Kelly (as "Dimitri Weismann/Major-Domo/Theodore Whitman"), Dick Latessa (as "Buddy Plummer"), Sonja Levkova (as "Vanessa"), Peter Walker (as "Benjamin Stone"), Donald Weissmuller (as "Vincent"). Replacement actors: Camila Ashland (as "Emily Whitman"), Roy Barry (as "Kevin"), Alexandra Borrie (as "Young Phyllis") [Broadway debut], 'Jan Clayton' (as "Christine Crane"), Susanna Clemm (as "Showgirl"), Joel Craig (as "Singer and Dancer"), Patricia Garland (as "Singer and Dancer"), John Johann (as "Young Ben"), Ted Lawrie (as "Theodore Whitman"), Marion Marlowe (as "Meredith Lane"), Jennifer Nairn-Smith (as "Showgirl"), Joseph Nelson (as "Major-Domo"), Jacqueline Payne (as "Singer and Dancer/Young Hattie"), Denise Pence (as "Singer and Dancer"), Marti Rolph (as "Young Heidi"), David Roman (as "Singer and Dancer"), Rita Rudner (as "Singer and Dancer"), Terry Saunders (as "Christine Crane"), Rosemary Shevlin (as "Showgirl"), Margot Travers (as "Young Vanessa"), Donald Weissmuller (as "Willy Wheeler"). Standbys: Jan Clayton (as "Sally Durant Plummer"), Ted Lawrie (as "Buddy Plummer"), Marion Marlowe (as "Carlotta Campion/Phyllis Rogers Stone"). Understudies: Sonja Levkova (as "Solange LaFitte"), Suzanne Rogers (as "Young Phyllis"), Ken Urmston (as "Young Ben"). Produced by Harold Prince. Produced in association with Ruth Mitchell.

(1977) "CBS Radio Mystery Theater": "Don Quixote" (title role). Also adapted the script from Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra's novel.

(1977) Radio: "CBS Radio Mystery Theater": "Don Quixote" (title role). Also adapted the script from Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra's novel.

(September 24, 1945) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "The Tempest," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Vera Zorina, Canada Lee, Benny Baker, Beaumont Bruestle, Angus Cairns, Bram Nossen, Robert Harrison, Joseph Hardy, Eugene Stuckmann, Diana Sinclair, Albert Hachmeister, Jack Bostick, Wallace Acton, Bernard Miller, and Peggy Allardice in the cast. David Diamond was composer. Motley was set and costume designer. Margaret Webster was director. Cheryl Crawford was producer. Eva Le Gallienne adapted the play.


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