(1936- 1942). Active on Broadway
in the following productions:
(1936). Stage Play: The Sap Runs High. Comedy. Written by H.T. Porter and Alfred Henri White. Directed by Theodore J. Hammerstein. Bijou Theatre: 4 Feb 1936- Feb 1936 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: James Bell, O. Anthony Hughes, Muriel Hutchison, Betty Lancaster, Robert Leonard, Frances Nabors, Marie Nordstrom, Gordon Oliver
(as "Kenneth Robbins") [Broadway debut
], J. Francis Robertson, Mildred Shay, Royal Dana Tracey, Josh Vosburgh, 'O.Z Whitehead' (as "Service Man"). Produced by Milton R. Kroopf.
(1941). Stage Play: The Walrus and the Carpenter. Comedy. Written by A.N. Langley. Directed by Alfred De Liagre Jr.
Cort Theatre: 8 Nov 1941- 15 Nov 1941 (9 performances). Cast: 'Frank Albertson (I)' (as "Yipper Pickford"), Mary Boylan (as "Nurse Pyngar"), Frances Heflin
(as "Bickey"), Alan Hewitt
(as "Wilfred Marks"), Nicholas Joy
(as "Doctor Drew"), Charles Knox (as "Policeman"), Harold Landon (as "Roland Wayne"), Pauline Lord
(as "Essie Stuyvesant"), Karen Morley (as "Gerda"), Gordon Oliver
(as "Grant Magill"), Ivan Triesault
(as "Corder"). Produced by Alfred De Liagre Jr.
(1942). Stage Play: The Cat Screams.
(1941). Stage Play: Golden Wings. Drama. Written by William Jay and Guy Bolton
. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Directed by Robert Milton. Cort Theatre: 8 Dec 1941- 12 Dec 1941 (6 performances). Cast: J.W. Austin (as "Dillon, Newspaper man"), Peter Boyne (as "Babe, Pilot Officer"), Cathleen Cordell (as "Jane, a member of the W.A.A.F."), Valerie Cossart
(as "Bessie"), Lowell Gilmore
(as "John, Acting Flight Lieutenant"), Lloyd Gough
(as "Rex, Flight Lieutenant"), Hughie Green (as "Geoffrey, Pilot Officer"), Signe Hasso
(as "Judith, Flyer in the Ferry Service"), Len Mence (as "Jepson, Newspaper man"), Gordon Oliver
(as "Tom, Pilot Officer"), William Packer (as "Hunt, Pilot Officer"), William Rykey (as "Winks, Pilot Officer"), Gerald Savory
(as "Norman, Pilot Officer"), Edmond Stevens (as "Joe, an Aircraftsman"), Margot Stevenson
(as "Pam"), Evan Thomas (as "Wing-Commander Forbes"), Fay Wray
(as "Kay, Farmerette in the Land Service") [final Broadway
role]. Produced by Robert Milton.
(1942). Stage Play: R. U. R. [Rossum's Universal Robot's]. Drama (revival). Written by Karel Capek
. Translated by Paul Selver. Directed by Lee Strasberg
. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 3 Dec 1942- 5 Dec 1942 (4 performances). Cast: Doug Alexander (as "A Robot"), Edith Atwater
(as "Helena Glory"), Katherine Balfour (as "Helena"), Clement Brace
(as "Robot/A Robot"), Horace Braham
(as "Dr. Gall"), Marie Louise Dana (as "Nana"), Dennis Dengate (as "A Robot"), Miles Dickson (as "A Robot"), Hunter Gardner (as "Mr. Fabry"), Hugo Haas
(as "Mr. Alquist"), Gudrun Hansen (as "Sulla"), Louis Hector (as "Dr. Hallemeire"), George Lambrose (as "A Robot"), Robert Law (as "A Robot"), Bill Lazarous (as "A Robot"), Reginald Mason
(as "Consul Busman"), Tom McKnight (as "A Robot"), Loy Nelson (as "Robot"), Gordon Oliver
(as "Harry Domin") [final Broadway
role], Wendell K. Phillips
(as "Primus"), Carl Rapp (as "A Robot"), Sydney Smith (as "Radius"), Lewis Steele (as "A Robot"), Allen Stevenson (as "A Robot"), Dave Tyrrell (as "A Robot"), Jay Williams (as "A Robot"), Lewis Wilson (as "Marius"). Produced by David Silverman and L. Daniel Blank.
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