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  • (1954) Stage: Wrote source material ("Marius", "Fanny", "Cesar") for "Fanny", produced on Broadway. Musical. Book by S.N. Behrman and Joshua Logan (also director). Music / lyrics by Harold Rome. Musical Director / Vocal Arrangements by Lehman Engel. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang. Musical Continuity by Trude Rittman. Scenic Design / Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Alvin Colt. Hair Design / Make-Up Design by Ernest Adler. Assistant Designer to Mr. Mielziner: John Harvey and Warren Clymer. Assistant to Mr. Colt: Joseph Fretwell III and Frank Spencer. Choreographed by Helen Tamiris. Majestic Theatre (moved to The Belasco Theatre from 4 Dec 1956-close): 4 Nov 1954-16 Dec 1956 (888 performances). Cast: Ezio Pinza (as "Cesar, proprietor of café on waterfront"), Walter Slezak (as "Panisse, wealthy sailmaker"), Florence Henderson (as "Fanny, daughter of Honorine"), William Tabbert (as "Marius, Son of Cesar"), Nejla Ates, Herb Banke (as "Sailor"), Margaret Baxter, Jack Beaber, Charles Blackwell (as "Moroccan Drummer" / "Acrobat"), Don Braswell, Alan Carney, Betty Carr, Ronald Cecill, Dean Crane, Michael De Marco, Norma Doggett, Ray Dorian, Florence Dunlap, Pat Finch, Tom Gleason, Katherine Graves, Michael Gugleotti, Jane House, Lindsay Kirkpatrick, Ruth Kuzub, Daniel Labielle, Mike Mason, Ellen Matthews, Carolyn Maye, Don McHenry, Henry Michel, Bill Pope, Edna Preston, Gerald Price, Lloyd Reese, Ruth Schumacher, Michael Scrittorale, Dran Seitz, Tani Seitz, Dolores Smith, Wally Strauss, Jack Washburn, Toni Wheelis, Steve Wiland, Gary Wright. Replacement crew during Majestic Theatre run (4 Nov 1954-close): Production Stage Manager: David Kanter. Assistant Stage Mgr: Kevin Scott, Beau Tilden. Replacement actors: Jack Beaber (as "Friend of Charles" / "Living Statue" / "Priest"), Don Braswell (as "Clown"), Lynne Broadbent (as "Claudine" / "Trained Seal"), Kippy Campbell (as "Cesario"), Don Cerulli (as "Fisherman" / "Pony Trainer"), Barry Clifford (as "Acolyte"), Dulcie Cooper (as "Fish-stall Woman"), Mohammed el Bakkar ginally billed as "Arab Rug Seller"] / "Arab Singer"), Patricia Finch (as "Nun"), Warren Galjour (as "Butler" / "Clown"), Billy Gilbert (as "Panisse"; final Broadway role), Michael Gugleotti (as "Solo Acrobat"), Ruth Kuzub (as "Living Statue"), Henry Lascoe (as "Escartifique"), Ellen McCown (as "Michellette"), Melinda Mills (as "Claudette"), Eloise Milton (as "Trained Seal"), Janet Pavek (as "Mimi"), June Roselle (as "Fanny"), Sybil Scotford (as "Acrobat" / "Marie"), Kevin Scott (as "Clown" / "Sailmaker"), Michael Scrittorale (as "Living Statue"), Shawnee Smith (as "Arab Dancing Girl"), Lawrence Tibbett (as "Cesar"; final Broadway role), Jack Washburn (as "Marius"), Betty Zollinger (as "Lace Vendor"). Produced by David Merrick and Joshua Logan.
  • Playwright: "Topaze" (filmed as Topaze (1933)).
  • (1925) Stage Play: Merchants of Glory. Written by Marcel Pagnol and Paul Nivoix. Guild Theatre: 14 Dec 1925- Jan 1926 (closing date unknown/42 performances). Cast: Lowden Adams (as "Lieutenant Colonel Blancard"), Lee Baker (as "Grandel"), Augustin Duncan (as "Bachelet"), Edward Fielding (as "Comte del Eauville"), Charles Halton (as "Richebon"), Betty Linley (as "Yvonne"), Philip Loeb, Armina Marshall Langner [credited as Armina Marshall] (as "Germaine Bachelet"), George Nash (as "Pigal"), José Ruben (as "Monsieur Denis"), Helen Westley (as "Madame Bachelet"), Stanley G. Wood (as "Secretay"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (February 16, 1931) His play, "Marius," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Otis Skinner in the cast.

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