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(1899- 1921). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1899). Stage Play: A Romance of Athlone. Romance. Written by Augustus Pitou Sr. Music by Chauncey Olcott [earliest known Broadway credit]. Lyrics by Chauncey Olcott. Dramatic music by Gustave Salzer. Directed by Augustus Pitou Sr.. Haverly's 14th Street Theatre: 9 Jan 1899- 25 May 1899 (88 performances). Cast: Frank Bonn (as "Bill"), Tottie Carr (as "Daisy Ronyane"), Marguerite Diamond (as "Ruth"), Paul Everton (as "Major Martin Manning"), Dustin Farnum (as "Francis Ronyane") [Broadway debut], Grace Freeman, Argyle Gilbert, Charles R. Gilbert (as "Robin McMahon"), Daniel Gilfether, John C. Hickey (as "Stephen O'Grady"), W.L. Jones, Richard Malchien (as "Hon. Standish Fitzsimmons"), Louise Marcelli, Etta Baker Martin, Luke Martin, Chauncey Olcott, Elizabeth Washburne, Olive White. Produced by Augustus Pitou Sr.

(1900). Stage Play: A Romance of Athlone. Romance (Return engagement). Written by Augustus Pitou Sr. Music by Chauncey Olcott. Lyrics by Chauncey Olcott. Dramatic music by Gustave Salzer. Directed by Augustus Pitou Sr. Haverly's 14th Street Theatre: 29 Jan 1900- 3 Mar 1900 (41 performances). Cast: Dustin Farnum, Daniel Gilfether, Etta Baker Martin, Chauncey Olcott, Olive White. Produced by Augustus Pitou Sr.

(1901). Stage Play: Garrett O'Magh.

(1901). Stage Play: A Romance of Athlone. Romance (revival). Written by Augustus Pitou Sr. Music by Chauncey Olcott. Lyrics by Chauncey Olcott. Dramatic music by Gustave Salzer. Directed by Augustus Pitou Sr. Haverly's 14th Street Theatre: 18 Mar 1901- Apr 1901 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Tottie Carr, Clara Cubitt, Paul Everton, Charles R. Gilbert, Daniel Gilfether, William J. Jones, Richard Malchien, Louise Marcelli, Etta Baker Martin, Luke Martin, Walter McCullough, Chauncey Olcott, Edward Smith, Elizabeth Washburne. Produced by Augustus Pitou Sr.

(1902). Stage Play: Old Limerick Town.

(1904). Stage Play: Terence.

(1905). Stage Play: Edmund Burke. Drama. Written by Theodore Burt Sayre. Music by Chauncey Olcott. Lyrics by Chauncey Olcott. Musical Director: Frank A. Mandeville. Featuring songs by Frank A. Mandeville and Theodore H. Northrup. Featuring songs with lyrics by Theodore H. Northrup. Directed by Edgar Selwyn. Majestic Theatre: 2 Oct 1905- 28 Oct 1905 (28 performances). Cast: George Brennan (as "Terry"), Eleanor Browning (as "Gabrielle Le Juene"), Verner Clarges (as "Lord Nugent"), Thomas David (as "Sir Hugh Vivian"), Mace Greenleaf (as "Prince of Wales"), Macy Harlam (as "Maurice Desneyer"), Daniel Jarrett (as "Oliver Goldsmith"), Richard Malchien (as "Captain Gulliver"), Charles Ogle (as "Haversham/Slogger Murphy"), Chauncey Olcott (as "Edmund Burke"), Edna Phillips (as "Mary Nugent"), Jack Pickford (as "Lady Phyllis"), Charlotte Milbourne (as "Smith Mona/Lord Archie/Micky Murphy"), Mary Pickford [credited as Glady Milbourne Smith] (as "Lord Bertie") [Broadway debut], Elizabeth Washburne (as "Mrs. O'Grady"). Produced by Augustus Pitou Sr.

(1906). Stage Play: Eileen Asthore. Drama.

(1907). Stage Play: O'Neill of Derry. Drama/romance.

(1910). Stage Play: Ragged Robin. Musical.

(1911). Stage Play: Barry of Ballymore. Drama.

(1912). Stage Play: Macushla (1912). Romantic comedy. Written by Rida Johnson Young. Lyrics by J. Keirn Brennan. Music by Ernest Ball. Featuring songs by Chauncey Olcott, Dan J. Sullivan, Dermot McMurrough and Frederic K. Logan. Featuring songs with lyrics by Chauncey Olcott, Dan J. Sullivan, Frederic K. Logan, Josephine V. Rowe, Louis Weslyn and Bartley C. Costello. Directed by William Henry Miller. Grand Opera House: 5 Feb 1912- 24 Feb 1912 (24 performances). Cast: F. Gatenby Bell (as "Will Dorkins"), George Brennan (as "Dinny O'Mara"), Kathryn Clarendon (as "Gwendolin Fairchild"), Alice Farrell (as "Lady Dorothy Hammond"), Robert V. Ferguson (as "Sandy McNab"), Gail Kane (as "Patricia Boyer"), Jennie Lamont (as "Mrs. Boyer"), Chauncey Olcott (as "Sir Brian Fitzgerald"), E.H. Reardon (as "Thomas Wiggins"), Edmund Shalet (as "A Bookmaker"), Charles Wellesley (as "Warren Fairchild"). Produced by Augustus Pitou Sr.

(1913). Stage Play: The Isle o' Dreams.

(1914). Stage Play: Shameen Dhu.

(1914). Stage Play: The Heart of Paddy Whack. Musical/drama. Written by Rachel Crothers. Music by Ernest Ball [credited as Ernest R. Ball]. Lyrics by J. Keirn Brennan; Musical Director: George Lyding. Featuring songs with lyrics by J. Edward Killalea. Directed by Henry Miller. Grand Opera House: 23 Nov 1914- 5 Dec 1914 (17 performances). Cast: Stephen Davis (as "Michael"), Edith Luckett (as "Mona Cairn"), Chauncey Olcott (as "Dennis O'Malley"), Charles E. Verner (as "Squire Linnering"), Fleming Ward (as "Lawrie Linnering") [Broadway debut], Maud Hosford (as "Miss Margaret Flinn"), Walter Colligan (as "Mr. McGinnis"), Jessie Crommette (as "Granny"), Jennie Lamont (as "Bridget O'Riley"), Bessie Lea Lestina (as "Mrs. O'Dowd"), Richard Quilter (as "Mr. O'Dowd"), Nina Seville (as "Mrs. McGinniss"). Produced by Henry Miller.

(1918). Stage Play: Once Upon a Time. Written by Rachel Crothers. Fulton Theatre: 15 Apr 1918- May 1918 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: George Brennan, Edward Fielding, William Loraine, Elsie Lyding, Bonnie Mariel, Chauncey Olcott, Jessie Ralph, Thomas Williams, Ethel Wilson. Produced by Cohan & Harris.

(1918). Stage Play: Out There (Revival). Written by J. Hartley Manners. Century Theatre: 17 May 1918- May 1918 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: George Arliss, Julia Arthur, George M. Cohan, James K. Hackett, O.P. Heggie, George MacFarlane, Beryl Mercer, Chauncey Olcott, James T. Powers, Laurette Taylor, Helen Ware, H.B. Warner. Produced by The American Red Cross. Produced by arrangement with George C. Tyler and Klaw & Erlanger.

(1918). Stage Play: The Voice of McConnell. Comedy. Written by George M. Cohan. Music by George M. Cohan. Lyrics by George M. Cohan. Musical Director: George Lydwig. Additional music by Ernest R. Ball, Chauncey Olcott, Monte Carlo and Alma M. Sanders. Additional lyrics by Rida Johnson Young and Richard W. Pascoe. Directed by Sam Forrest and George M. Cohan. Manhattan Opera House: 25 Dec 1918- 18 Jan 1919 (30 performances). Cast: Constance Beaumar (as "Miss Collinsby"), Alice Chapin (as "Mrs. Dwight McNamara"), Roy Cochrane (as "Hendricks"), Harold De Becker (as "Douglas Graham"), Bert Dunlap (as "Mr. Smithers"), Edward Fielding (as "J. Austin Severard"), Agnes Gildea (as "Miss Hemingway"), Fletcher Harvey (as "Mr. Jackson"), Mae Jennings (as "Miss Drake/Guest"), Gilda Leary (as "Evelyn McNamara"), Edna Leslie (as "Miss Giles"), Elsie Lyding (as "Susan"), Wilda Maria Moore (as "Miss Embree"), Edward O'Connor (as "Barry"), Chauncey Olcott (as "Tom O'Connell"), Ruth Price (as "Guest/Miss Copeland"), Arthur Shields (as "Bell Boy/Guest"), Richard Tabor (as "Harry McNamara"), David V. Wall (as "Mr. Sullivan"), H.P. Woodley (as "Waiter"). Produced by Cohan & Harris.

(1920). Stage Play: Macushla. Romantic comedy (revival).

(1921). Stage Play: The Midnight Rounders of 1921. Musical revue. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Al Bryan. Music by Jean Schwartz. Musical Director: Alfred Goodman. Additional music by Lew Pollack, Raymond Hubbell, Anton Dvorak, Johann Strauss, Jacques Offenbach, Chauncey Olcott [final Broadway credit], Ernest R. Ball, Haydn Wood and Ernesto DiCapua. Additional lyrics by Ernesto DiCapua, John Golden, Sidney Clare, Rida Johnson Young and Fred E. Weatherly. Choreographed by Cleveland Bronner. Scenic Design by William Weaver. Costume Design by Mme. Routon. Directed by Jack Mason. Century Promenade: 7 Feb 1921- 2 Apr 1921 (49 performances). Cast: Alemia Allen, Virginia Allen, Viola Bennett, Marie Booth, Cleveland Bronner, Anna Buckley, Virginia Calmer, Bessie Clifford, Olga Cook, Florence Darling, Elsie Davenport, Ethel Davis, Elinor Dell, Anna Maria DeMalita, LaVerre DeMarr, Arthur Donnelly, J. Francis Dooley, Dora Duby, Lou Edwards, Georgia Empey, Virginia Fallon, Alva Fenton, Ada Forman, Amy Frank, Elsie Frank, David Gardner, John Guiran, Loretta Harris, Helen Herendeen, Margaret Himes, Peggy Hoffman, Clare Hooper, Beatrice Jackson, Beatrice Jennings, Thelma Johns, Jewel Jordan, Kitty Kelly, Margaret Kerns, Grace Langdon, Phoebe Lee, Bobby Lester, Evon Linnard, Sally Long, Ted Lorraine, John Lowe, Muriel Manners, La Petite Marguerite, Margaret Menges, Phyllis Miller, Gladys Montgomery, Florence Moore, J. Harold Murray, Sidney Nelson, Anna Niebel, Bonna O'Dear, Tot Qualters, Nan Rainsford, Florence Rayfield, Edna Richmond, Virginia Richmond, Evelyn Rosewood, Corinne Sales, Ingrid Solfeng, Jean Troupman, Viola Votrouba, Gladys Walton, Helen Weber, Florence Wilde, Billie Williams, Jane Wyatt [not same actress as in films]. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.


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