Harry Northrup Poster

Other Works

  • The Song of the Sword (1899). Romance. Written by Leo Ditrichstein. Directed by Edward E. Rose. Daly's Theatre: 24 Oct 1899- 26 Nov 1899 (40 performances). Cast: Frank Andrews, Frank Beamish, Adele Block, George E. Bryant, Rowland Buckstone, H.E. Chase, John J. Collins, Norman Conniers, Genevieve Dolaro, Thomas Doyle, Roydon Erlynne, Owen Fawcett, C.P. Flockton, Edward Fowler, Charles Giblyn, Frank Greppo, Virginia Harned, C.E. Henry, Daniel Jarrett, Arthur R. Lawrence, Edward Lester, Bertha Lingston, Charles Martin, R.R. Neill, Harry Northrup, Norman Parr, Edna Phillips, William J. Phinney, Richard Pitman, Morton Selton, E.H. Sothern, Ernest Tarleton, H.S. Wood. Produced by Daniel Frohman.
  • Hamlet (1900). Tragedy (revival).
  • Richard Savage (1901). Drama.
  • Gretna Green (1903). Comedy.
  • Terence (1904).
  • Common Sense Bracket (1904). Comedy/drama.
  • The Heir to the Hoorah (1905). Comedy.
  • The Strength of the Weak (1906). Drama. Written by Alice M. Smith and Charlotte Thompson. Directed by Max Figman. Liberty Theatre: 17 Apr 1906- May 1906 (closing date unknown/27 performances). Cast: Ruth Allen, Mary Bertrand as "Ruth Delano"), Emma Campbell, Fanny Cannon, Max Figman (as "Baron Oscar von Kleber"), Adelaide Manola, Katherine Dare, Robert McWade (as "Mr. Sampson"), Harry Northrup (as "Tom Dare"), Eugene Ormonde (as "Richard Adams"), Tyrone Power Sr. (as "Mr. Adams"), Frank Richter, Florence Roberts, Florence Robinson (as "Mrs. Dare"), Donald Weldon, Frank Woodson, Lucile Yorke. Produced by John Cort.
  • The Round Up (1907). Written by Edmund Day. Directed by Joseph Brooks, Herbert Gresham and Lawrence Marston. New Amsterdam Theatre, (moved to The Broadway Theatre from 21 Oct 1907 to close): 26 Aug 1907- Dec 1907 (closing date unknown/155 performances). Cast: Charles S. Abbe, Macklyn Arbuckle (as "Sheriff "Slim" Hoover"), Orme Caldara (as "Jack Payson"), "Texas" Cooper, Julia Dean, Elmer Grandin, Harold Hartsell, Wright Kramer (as "Dick Lane"), Joseph M. Lothian, Jacques Martin, Harry Northrup, John J. Pierson, S.L. Richardson, Florence Rockwell, Fulton Russell, Marie Taylor. Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.

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