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(1896- 1935). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1896). Stage Play: True to Life. Drama. Written by McKee Rankin. Murray Hill Theatre: 21 Dec 1896- unknown (unknown performances). Cast [as known]: Nance O'Neil [Broadway debut], McKee Rankin (as "Philip Garth").

(1897). Stage Play: A Bachelor's Baby. Melodrama. Written by Coyne Fletcher. Murray Hill Theatre: 28 Aug 1897- Sep 1897 (closing date unknown/unknown performances). Cast: Lucille Flavin (as "Mrs. D'Arcy"), William Friend (as "Robert") [Broadway debut], Annie Leonard (as "Mrs. Ponsonby"), Nance O'Neil (as "Geraldine"), McKee Rankin (as "Col. Roderick D'Arcy"), Franklin Ritchie (as "Roderick D'Arcy, Jr.").

(1897). Stage Play: The Magdalene. Melodrama. Written by Edward M. Alfriend. Murray Hill Theatre: 15 Nov 1897- 16 Nov 1897 (2 performances). Cast: Nance O'Neil (as "Kate"), Thomas J. Powers (as "Melville Scott"), McKee Rankin (as "John Morrison"), Andrew Robson (as "Rev. John Hinson"), Thomas Tuther (as "Edward Day").

(1904). Stage Play: Magda (Revival). Written by Hermann Sudermann. Directed by McKee Rankin. Daly's Theatre: 21 Nov 1904- 23 Nov 1904 (5 performances). Cast: Ricca Allen (as "Franziska") [Broadway debut], Gertrude Binley (as "Marie"), Charles Dalton (as "Hefterdinct"), Charles Millward (as "Dr. Von Keller"), Nance O'Neil (as "Magda"), McKee Rankin (as "Col. Schwartze"), Arthur H. Sawyer (as "Max"), Rae Scott (as "Theresa"), Frederick Symer (as "Prof. Beckman"), Clara Thompson (as "Augusta"), Joseph Wheelock Jr. (as "Gen. Von Klebs"). Produced by John B. Schoeffel.

(1904). Stage Play: Hedda Gabler. Drama (revival). Written by Henrik Ibsen. Daly's Theatre: 24 Nov 1904- 27 Nov 1904 (4 performances). Cast: Ricca Allen (as "Bertha"), Gertrude Binley (as "Thea Elvsted"), Charles Dalton (as "Judge Brack"), Louis Massen (as "George Tesman"), Charles Millward (as "Eilert Lovborg"), Nance O'Neil (as "Hedda Tesman"), Clara Thompson (as "Miss Julia Tesman"). Produced by John B. Schoeffel.

(1904). Stage Play: The Fires of St. John. Written by Hermann Sudermann. Directed by McKee Rankin. Daly's Theatre: 28 Nov 1904- 4 Dec 1904 (8 Performances). Cast: Ricca Allen, Gertrude Binley, Charles Dalton, Louis Massen, Nance O'Neil, McKee Rankin, Mrs. Scott, Clara T. Bracy [credited as Clara Thompson], Joseph Wheelock Jr. Produced by John B. Schoeffel.

(1904). Stage Play: Judith of Bethulia. Directed by McKee Rankin. Daly's Theatre: 5 Dec 1904- 19 Dec 1904 (16 Performances). Cast: Ricca Allen, Gilbert Aymar, G.M. Bailey, Gertrude Binley, J.F. Clark, J.B. Coughlan, Charles Dalton, Herbert Forrest, George Friend, Joseph Louis Massen, Charles Millward, Nance O'Neil, Arthur H. Sawyer, Lowell Sherman [Broadway Debut], Clara T. Bracy [credited as Clara Thompson], W.L. Thorne, Joseph Wheelock Jr. Produced by John B. Schoeffel.

(1908). Stage Play: Agnes. Written by George Cameron. Majestic Theatre: 5 Oct 1908- Oct 1908 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Percy Ames Margaret Bloodgood, Clara T. Bracy [Broadway debut], Robert Drouet, Herbert Fortier, Grace Goodall, Sam Hardy, Cuyler Hastings, James A. Leahy, Nellie Malcolm, John A. Meison, Nance O'Neil, Paul Scardon, Winifred Voorhees, Adeline Stanhope Wheatcroft.

(1909). Stage Play: The Lily.

(1925). Stage Play: Stronger Than Love. Written by Dario Niccodemi. Directed by Alfred Hickman and Frederick Stanhope. Belasco Theatre: 28 Dec 1925- Feb 1926 (closing date unknown/49 performances). Cast: Patricia Calvert (as "Florence Lumley"), Julia Duncan (as "Louise'), Ralph Forbes (as "Marius"), Echlin Gayer (as "Jean"), Katherine Grey (as "Countess de Bernois"), Borden Harriman (as "Gaston"), Lucille Husting (as "Marie"), Ernest Lawford (as "Regnault"), Beresford Lovett (as "Lord Michael Lumley"), Nance O'Neil (as "Anna de Bernois, Duchess de Nievres"), Frederick Perry (as "His Eminence Monseigneur Guido de Bernois"), Lois Ross (as "Marguerita"), Zolya Talma (as "Laura Regnault"). Produced by Carl Reed.

(1927). Stage Play: Fog-Bound. Drama.

(1927). Stage Play: The House of Women.

(1935). Stage Play: Bitter Oleander. Drama. Written by Frederico Garcia Lorca. Translated by José A. Weissman. Scenic Design by Cleon Throckmorton. Directed by Irene Lewisohn. Lyceum Theatre: 11 Feb 1935- Mar 1935 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Alice Ann Baker (as "Neighbor"), Marian Barnes (as "Spinning Girl"), Edgar Barrier (as "Novio, The Bridegroom"), Genevieve Belasco (as "Leonardo's Wife's Mother"), Grace Carey (as "Spinning Girl"), Thomas Coffin Cooke (as "Novio's Father"), Louise Glover (as "Leonardo's Wife"), Jane Haverhill (as "Second Girl"), Eric Kelton (as "Woodcutter"), William Lawson (as "Leonardo"), Eugenie Leontovich (as "Novia, The Bride"), Yisrol Libman (as "Woodcutter"), Rose Lieder (as "Girl"), Paul Mann (as "Second Man"), Sana Martin (as "Fifth Girl"), Dazma Minty (as "First Girl"), Nance O'Neil (as "Mother"), Effie Shannon (as "Servant"), Arthur Singer (as "Woodcutter"), Dora Southern (as "Third Girl"), Beatrice St. Ives (as "Spinning Girl"), Gertrude Stone (as "Fourth Girl"), Jerome Thor (as "First Man"), Ludmila Toretzka [credited as Ludmilla Toretzka] (as "Woman"). Produced by The Neighborhood Playhouse.

(1935). Stage Play: Night In the House. Drama.

(1920). Stage Play: The Passion Flower. Drama. Written by Jacinto Benavente. Translated by John Garrett Underhill. Greenwich Village Theatre: 13 Jan 1920- May 1920 (closing date unknown/144 performances). Cast: Alba Anchoriz Fidelia"), Charles Angelo (as "Bernabe"), Edwin Beryl (as "Faustino"), Clara T. Bracy [credited as Clara Bracey] (as "Dona Isabel"), Mrs. Charles G. Craig (as "Juliana"), Ridler Davies (as "Gaspara"), Robert Fisher (as "Tio Eusebio"), Gertrude Gustin (as "Milagro"), Harold Hartsell (as "Rubio"), J. Harper Macauley (as "Norbert"), Nance O'Neil (as "Raimunda"), Helen Rapport (as "Engracia"), Charles Waldron (as "Estaban"), Edna Walton (as "Acacia"), Aldeah Wise (as "Bernabea").

(August 3, 1937) He acted in Edgar Wallace's play, "Criminal at Large," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Morgan Farley in the cast.

(August 1938) He acted in J.B. Priestley's play, "Time and the Conways," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with John Williams in the cast.

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