Frank Reicher Poster

Other Works

  • (1899) Stage: Appeared (as "Fritz" / "Lord Tarquin"; Broadway debut) in "Becky Sharp" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Langdon Mitchell. Based on "Vanity Fair" by William Makepeace Thackeray. Directed (with Fred Williams) / produced by Minnie Maddern Fiske (credited as Mrs. Fiske; also in cast as "Becky Sharp"). Fifth Avenue Theatre: 12 Sep 1899-Dec 1899 (closing date unknown/116 performances). Cast: Gloria Alonzo, H.F. Anderson, Maurice Barrymore (as "Rawdon Crawley"), B.B. Belcher (as "The Duke Brunswick"), George P. Bonn, William L. (W.L.) Branscombe, William W. Brown, Agnes Bruce, Jean Chamblin, Robert V. Ferguson, Neil Grey, Helen Henry, Olive Hoff, Ethelwyn Holt, Cortland Hopkins, R.B. Keggerais, Frederick Kingstone, Francesca Lincoln, Mary MacNamara, Mary Maddern, Arthur Maitland, Sydney Mather, Frank McCormack (as "Lord Southdown"; Broadway debut), R.F. McCoy, Otto Meyer, Gertrude Norman, Wilfrid North, William F. Owen, Walter Pleugh, Charles Plunkett, Tyrone Power Sr. (as "The Marquis of Steyne"), Albert Reed, Stanley Rignold, Josephine Roberts, Arthur W. Row, Dirce St. Cyr, Henry Stokes, Leonora Stonehill, E.L. Walton, Ida Waterman (as "Miss Crawley"; Broadway debut), Paul Weigel, Alma Whitsell, Zenaidee Williams. Produced by Minnie Maddern Fiske [credited as Mrs. Fiske].
  • (1901) Stage: Appeared in "When Knighthood Was in Flower" on Broadway. Romance. Written by Paul Kester. Based on the novel by Charles Major. Criterion Theatre: 14 Jan 1901-Jun 1901 (closing date unknown/176 performances). Cast: Frederick Burt, William Charles, Verner Clarges [Broadway debut], Annie Clark, J.J. Elwyn, C.F. Gibney, Charles Harbury, Claire Kulp, Norah Lamison, Frederic Leslie, Julia Marlowe, Donald McLaren, Bruce McRae, E.W. Morrison, Wilfrid North, Ellen Rowland, David Torrence, Gwendolyn Valentine. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1902) Stage: Appeared in "The Cavalier" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Paul Kester and George Middleton [earliest Broadway credit]. From the book by George W. Cable. Directed by William Seymour. Criterion Theatre: 8 Dec 1902-Feb 1903 (closing date unknown/70 performances). Cast: Chester Beecroft, Charles H. Bradshaw, Frederick Burt, Thomas L. Coleman, Morgan Coman, Edgar L. Davenport, Clarence Handyside, Frank Kingdon, Kate Lester, William Lewers (as "Lt. Edgar Perry"), Julia Marlowe (as "Charlotte Durand"), Olive Oliver, Gwendolyn Valentine, Nella Webb, Kathryn Wilson [credited as Katherine Wilson], Frank Worthing. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham [earliest Broadway credit].
  • (1903) Stage: Appeared in "The Little Princess" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Directed by Francis Neilson. Criterion Theatre (moved to The Savoy Theatre from 16 Feb 1903 to close): 14 Jan 1903-Feb 1903 (closing date unknown/34 performances). Cast: Adelaide Alexander, Maise Bancker, Margery Black, Natalie Black, Enidene Booth, Mary Burroughs, Pauline Chase, Lillian Claire, Thomas L. Coleman, Leonie D'Armon, Loraine Frost, Master Donald Gallaher, Louise Galloway, Linnie Ruth Gee, Mabel Gibson, Clarence Handyside, Millie James, Frank Kingdon, Nellie Kirby, Helen Larkin, Mamie McManus, Mildred Morris, Beryl Morse, Frederic Murphy, Phyllis Phillips, May Davenport Seymour, Edna Hall Smith, Edith Storey [Broadway debut], Mabel Taliaferro, Helen Tracy, Eugenie Woodward [Broadway debut]. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.
  • (1904) Stage: Appeared in "When Knighthood Was in Flower" on Broadway. Romance (revival). Written by Paul Kester, from the novel by Charles Major. Empire Theatre: 2 May 1904-May 1904 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Adelaide Alexander, Herbert Budd, George S. Christie, Thomas L. Coleman, Frank Dodge, Ralph Lewis, Thomas Lindsay, Julia Marlowe (as "Mary Tudor"), E.W. Morrison, Agnes Palmer, Tyrone Power Sr., Charles Recrem, Charles Townsend, Fred Tyler, Gwendolyn Valentine, Nella Webb, Paul Weigel, Katherine Wilson, Eugenie Woodward, J. Carrington Yates. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1904) Stage: Appeared in "Ingomar" on Broadway (revival). Written by Mrs. Maria Lovell. Based on "Der Sohn Der Wildniss" by Frederick Halm. Empire Theatre: 16 May 1904 (1 performance). Cast: George Beckett, Herbert Budd, Thomas L. Coleman, George Flood, William Herbert, Ralph Lewis, Thomas Lindsay, Julia Marlowe, Charles Moore, E.W. Morrison, Tyrone Power Sr., Charles Recrem, Nella Webb, Paul Weigel, J. Carrington Yates. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1904) Stage: Appeared (as "Will Somers") in "A Madcap Princess" on Broadway. Musical comedy/opera. Music by Ludwig Englander. Libretto by Harry B. Smith. From the novel "When Knighthood Was in Flower" by Charles Major. Musical Director: Antonio DeNovellis. Directed by Edward P. Temple. Knickerbocker Theatre: 5 Sep 1904-22 Oct 1904 (48 performances). Cast: Beatrice Anderson (as "Chorus"), Charles B. Baker (as "Chorus"), Helen Bancroft (as "Chorus"), Reginald Barlow (as "Farmer Blake"; Broadway debut), Arthur Barry (as "Duke of Buckingham"), Vera Brewster (as "Chorus"), Peter Canova (as "Chorus"), Howard Chambers (as "Capt. Bradhurst" / "Sir Adam Judson"), Mary Conwell (as "Lady Jane Bolingbroke"), Virginia Courtney (as "Chorus"), Olive Cox (as "Chorus"), Ambrose Daly (as "Chorus"), Rita Dean (as "Chorus"), Estelle deAngelis (as "Chorus"), Adam Dockray (as "Chorus"), E.F. Drew (as "Chorus"), Rose Earle (as "Mistress Annie Boleyn"), Herbert Freer (as "Landlord of The Bow & String Tavern"), Joseph Frohoff (as "Chorus"), Sadie Gerschoff (as "Chorus"), Lulu Glaser (as "Mary Tudor"), Kathryn Hale (as "Chorus"), Louis Helie (as "Chorus"), Guy B. Hoffman (as "Duke de Longueville"), E.J. Kloville (as "Chorus"), Katherine LaTour (as "Chorus"), Ralph Lewis (as "Cardinal Wolsey"), Lillian Lipyeat (as "A Page"), Donald McLaren (as "Sir Edwin Caskoden"), Joseph Miller (as "Chorus"), Elizabeth Murray (as "Chorus"), Miriam Norris (as "Chorus"), Estelle Peterson (as "Chorus"), William Pruette (as "Henry VIII"), Ella Reichter (as "Chorus"), Maurice Robinson (as "Chorus"), Georgie Sage (as "Chorus"), Maurice Sims (as "A Friar"), Emma Spohr (as "Chorus"), Lucy Stone (as "Chorus"), Maude Ream Stover (as "Queen Katherine"), Elsie Thomas (as "Goody Blake" / "Chorus"), Gwendolyn Valentine (as "Mistress Jane Seymour"), Bertram Wallis (as "Charles Brandon"), Louise Wein (as "Chorus"), Ethel Wynne (as "Chorus"). Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.
  • (1905) Stage: Appeared in "The Taming of the Shrew" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Knickerbocker Theatre: 16 Oct 1905-25 Nov 1905 (unknown performances/played in repertory with "The Merchant of Venice", "Twelfth Night", "Romeo and Juliet"). Cast: Julia Marlowe (as "Katharina"), E.H. Sothern (as "Petruchio"), Malcolm Bradley, Rowland Buckstone, Thomas L. Coleman, W.H. Crompton, Pedro de Cordoba, Gilbert Douglas, Fred Eric, Alice Harrington, William Harris, Frederick Lewis, Millicent McLaughlin, Mrs. Sol Smith, Mrs. Woodward. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1907) Stage: Appeared in "John the Baptist" on Broadway. Written by Hermann Sudermann, as translated by Mary Harned. Lyric Theatre: 21 Jan 1907-unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Julia Marlowe, E.H. Sothern, Rowland Buckstone, Sayre Crawley, W.H. Crompton, Pearl Egan, Fred Eric, Ethel Gray, Virginia Hammond [Broadway debut], P.J. Kelly, Alma Kruger [Broadway debut], Sarah Cowell Le Moyne, Frederick Lewis, Eleanor Sanford, Mrs. Sol Smith, Gladys Wilkinson. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1908) Stage: Appeared in "Our American Cousin" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by Tom Taylor. Lyric Theatre: 27 Jan 1908-25 Apr 1908 (unknown performances). Cast: E.H. Sothern (as "Dundreary"), Malcolm Bradley, Rowland Buckstone, Ina Goldsmith, Virginia Hammond, Gladys Hanson, William Harris, Helena Head, Loretta Healy, Albert S. Howson, P.J. Kelly, Adolph Lestina, Sidney Mather [credited as Sydney C. Mather], Paul Scardon, John Taylor, Stephen Wright. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1909) Stage: Appeared (as "Biondello") in "The Taming of the Shrew" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Incidental music by Gustav Senger. Academy of Music: 17 Jun 1909-unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Julia Marlowe (as "Katharina"), E.H. Sothern (as "Petruchio"), Eric Blind (as "Vincentio"), Malcolm Bradley (as "Tailor"), Rowland Buckstone (as "Grumio"), Thomas L. Coleman (as "Gremio, Suitor to Bianca"), Pedro de Cordoba (as "Hortensio, Suitor to Bianca"), Ina Goldsmith (as "Curtis, A Servant to Petruchio"), William Harris (as "Baptista"), Helena Head (as "Widow"), M. King (as "Servant to Petruchio"), Norah Lamison (as "Bianca"), Frederick Lewis (as "Lucentio"), Miss Martin (as "Page to Baptista"), Sydney Mather (as "A Pedant"), Mr. Rabon (as "A Singer"), Frederick Roland (as "Haberdasher"), Vincent Sternroyd (as "Tranio, Servant to Lucentio"), M. Taylor (as "A Singer"), M. Thatcher (as "A Singer").
  • (1910) Stage: Appeared in "Children of Destiny" on Broadway. Written / directed by Sydney Rosenfeld. Savoy Theatre: 21 Feb 1910-Mar 1910 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Ida Darling, Harry Davenport, Dorothy Dorr, Theodore Friebus, Laura Nelson Hall, Helen Hilton, Orrin Johnson, Virginia Pearson, Frederick Truesdell, George W. Wright.
  • (1910) Stage: Appeared in "The Deserters" on Broadway. Melodrama. Written by Robert Peyton Carter and Anna Alice Chapin. Hudson Theatre: 20 Sep 1910-Nov 1910 (closing date unknown/63 performances). Cast: Orme Caldara (as "James Craig"), Helen Ware, James P. Corr, Del De Louis, Max Esburg, Lottie Linthicum, Roy La Rue, Mary Mitman, George Phillips, James J. Ryan, Lawrence Sheehan, Eleanor Stuart, Louise Sydmeth, Frederick Truesdell, William Wray. Produced by Henry B. Harris.
  • (1911) Stage: Appeared in "The Scarecrow [A "Tragedy of the Ludicrous"]" on Broadway. Written by Percy MacKaye. Garrick Theatre: 17 Jan 1911-Feb 1911 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Edmund Breese (as "Dickon"), Earle Browne (as "Richard"), Henry Carvill, Harold M. Cheshire, Georgia Dvorak, Alice Fisher (as "Goody Rickby"), Regan Hughston, Fola La Follette (as "Rachel"), Clifford Leigh, William Levis, Harry Lillford, Mrs. Felix Morris, Brigham Royce (as "Gilead Merton"), Eleanor Sheldon, Zenaidee Williams. Produced by Henry B. Harris.
  • (1912) Stage: Appeared (as "Ferrand") in "The Pigeon" on Broadway. Written by John Galsworthy. Little Theatre: 12 Mar 1912-May 1912 (closing date unknown/64 performances). Cast: Reginald Barlow (as "First Humble Man"), Arthur Barry (as "Sir Thomas Hoxton"), A.M. Botsford (as "Rory Megan"), Albert Easdale (as "Second Humble Man"), Pamela Gaythorne (as "Guinevere Megan"), Walter Howe (as "Edward Bertley"), Thomas Louden (as "Alfred Calway"), Wilfrid North (as "A Police Constable"), Louise Seymour (as "Ann Wellwyn"), Sidney Valentine (as "Timson"), Russ Whytal (as "Cristopher Wellwyn"). Produced by Winthrop Ames. NOTE: First production to be performed in Ames' new 300-seat theatre. Over the years it has been expanded to 597 seats and is now known as The Helen Hayes Theatre.
  • (1912) Stage: Appeared in "The Flower in the Palace of Han" on Broadway. Written by Lois Laloy and Charles Kennedy. Little Theatre: 19 Mar 1912-Apr 1912 (closing date unknown/39 performances/note: repertory production; rotated with "The Terrible Meek"). Cast: Reginald Barlow, Arthur Barry, A.M. Botsford, Albert Easdale, Louise Fredericks, Wallie Howe, Edith Wynne Matthison, Wilfrid North, Louis Seymour. Produced by Winthrop Ames.
  • (1912) Stage: Appeared in "She Stoops to Conquer" on Broadway (revival). Written by Oliver Goldsmith. 39th Street Theatre: 11 Nov 1912-unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Paul Bern, Sidney D. Carlyle, Clifford Devereaux, Philip Edwards, George Giddens, Holland Hudson, Edward Longman, Harold Meltzer, Robert Murray, Fred Permain, Littledale Power, William Scott, Edgar Ware, John Westley. Produced by Old English Comedy Company and Annie Russell.
  • (1912) Stage: Appeared in "Much Ado About Nothing" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. 39th Street Theatre: 25 Nov 1912-unknown (unknown performances).
  • (1912) Stage: Appeared (as "Capt. Jack Absolute, Anthony's son") in "The Rivals" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by Richard B. Sheridan. 39th Street Theatre: 16 Dec 1912-unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Thomas F. Fallon, George Giddens, Henrietta Goodwin, Percy Lyndal, W. Mayne Lynton, Mary Murillo, Ffolliott Paget, Fred W. Permain, Littledale Power, Annie Russell, John Westley. Produced by Old English Comedy Company and Annie Russell.
  • (1913) Stage: Appeared in "The Honeymoon" on Broadway. Written by Arnold Bennett. Lyceum Theatre: 24 Feb 1913 (1 performance). Cast: George W. Anson, Laura Hope Crews, Howard Estabrook, William Frazan, Ernest Lawford, Sarah Cowell Le Moyne, Albert Reed, Richard Sterling. Produced by Stage Society of New York.
  • (1913) Stage: Appeared in "Pariah" on Broadway. Written by August Strindberg. Translated by Edwin Bjorkman. 48th Street Theatre: 18 Mar 1913 (1 performance). Cast: Walter Hampden. Produced by Drama Committee of The MacDowell Club and Warner Oland.
  • (1913) Stage: Appeared (as "Joseph") in "Divorcons" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by Victorien Sardou and 'Emile De Najac'. Playhouse Theatre: 1 Apr 1913-May 1913 (closing date unknown/55 performances). Cast: Frank Compton (as "Bastien"), William Courtleigh (as "M. des Prunelles"), Henry Dornton (as "Concierge"), Howard Estabrook (as "M. de Gratinac"), Grace George (as "Cyprienne"), Maude Turner Gordon (as "Mme. De Valfontaine"), Gail Kane (as "Mme. De Brionne"), Nina Lindsey (as "Mlle. De Lusigan"), Mario Majeroni (as "M. Clavynac"), Frank Peters (as "Jamarot"), Rae Selwyn (as "Josepha"), George Winstanley (as "M. Bafourlin"). Produced by William A. Brady.
  • (1913) Stage: Appeared in "Countess Julia" on Broadway. Written by August Strindberg. Directed by Mary Shaw. Choreographed by Inga Sontum, E. Sjogren, E. Lagergren, T. Brun, M. Berger, J. Barkstrom, P. Barkstrom and G. Johnson. 48th Street Theatre: 28 Apr 1913-2 May 1913 (3 performances). Cast: E.M. Kimball, Joseph Manning, J.D. O'Hara, Franklyn Underwood, Marcia Walther, Adelaide Wilson, Olive Wyndham.
  • (1913) Stage: Appeared (as "Denis le Guern") in "The Secret" on Broadway. Written by Henri Bernstein. Belasco Theatre: 23 Dec 1913-Apr 1914 (closing date unknown/143 performances). Cast: John P. Brawn, Harriet Otis Dellenbaugh, Basil Gill, Marguerite Leslie, Beatrice Reinhardt, Frances Starr, Robert Warwick. Produced by David Belasco.
  • (1915) Stage: Appeared in "Marie-Odile" on Broadway. Written by Edward Knoblock [credited as Edward Knoblauch]. Belasco Theatre: 26 Jan 1915-May 1915 (closing date unknown/119 performances). Cast: Alice Carroll, Mildred Dean, Edward Donnelly, Alphonse Ethier, Amy Fitzpatrick, Mary Green, Charles W. Kaufman, Alice Matin, Nona Murray, Ada C. Neville. Robert Robson, Paul Stanley, Frances Starr, Edward Waldmann, Sally Williams. Produced by David Belasco. NOTE: Shortly after this production ended Belasco hired Reicher to direct his first film (shot in New York), The Case of Becky (1915), that was adapted from Belasco's 1912 Broadway production.
  • (1921) Stage: Appeared (as "David Riccio") in "Mary Stuart" / "A Man About Town" [joint production] on Broadway. Ritz Theatre: 21 Mar 1921-Apr 1921 (closing date unknown/40 performances). "Mary Stuart": Drama. Written by John Drinkwater. Cast: Clare Eames (as "Mary Stuart"), Charles Francis (as "John Hunter"), Thurston Hall (as "Bothwell"), Florence Johns (as "Mary Beaton"), Leslie Palmer (as "Thomas Randolph"), Charles Waldron (as "Darnley"), Russ Whytal (as "Andrew Boyd"). "A Man About Town": Special production. Cast: Deems Taylor. Produced by William H. Harris Jr.
  • (1921) Stage: Directed "Liliom" on Brroadway. Written by Ferenc Molnár. Music arranged by Deems Taylor. Scenic Design / Costume Design by Lee Simonson. Garrick Theatre: 20 Apr 1921-Jun 1921 (closing date unknown/65 performances). Cast: Hortense Alden (as Marie"), Lela May Aultman, Robert Babcock, Willard Bowman, Walton Butterfield, Evelyn Chard, Lawrence Chrow, Howard Claney (as "Policeman"), John Crump, Anne de Chantal, Frances Diamond, Dudley Digges (as "The Sparrow"), Katherine Fahnestock, George Frenger, Ruth L. Gumming, Lilian Kingsbury, Eva Le Gallienne (as "Julie"), Margaret Mosier, Elizabeth Parker, Albert Perry, Erskine Sanford (as "Captain" / "First Policeman of the Beyond"), Joseph Schildkraut (as "Liliom"), Janet Scott, Maurice Sommers, Edgar Stehli (as "First Mounted Policeman" / "The Richly Dressed Man"), Gerald Stopp, Henry Travers (as "Wolf Berkowitz"), Lillian Tuchman, Jacob Weiser, Helen Westley (as "Mrs. Muskat"), Marion M. Winsten, Philip Wood. Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1921) Stage: Produced "Don Juan" on Broadway. Comedy. Based on "L'Homme a la Rose" by Henri Bataille. Book adapted by Lawrence Langner. Garrick Theatre: 5 Sep 1921-Sep 1921 (closing date unknown/14performances). Cast: Katherine Atkinson (as "Countess de Angasturo"), Elaine Bonton (as "3rd Tavern Girl"), Alison Bradshaw (as "Young Girl"), Millie Butterfield (as "Oltaro"), Gladys Carr (as "Countess Vera de Lopez"), Howard Claney (as "2nd Soldier" / "The Draper"), Joan Clement (as "Fashionable Woman"), Theresa Maxwell Conover (as "Ines"), Harry English (as "1st Soldier"), J. Herbert Frank (as "Officer" / "Recapo"), Wallie Howe (credited as Walter Howe; as "De Molino" / "The Traveler"), Stella Larrimore (as "Pepilla"), Paul McAllister (as "Duke de Nunez"), Mary Moore (as "Consuelito"), Henry Mortimer (as "Alonso"), Myra Murray (as "Isabel"), Estelle Paul (as "1st Tavern Girl"), Richard Ranier (as "Manuel"), Elaine Revallos (as "4th Tavern Girl"), Leonard Rowe (as "Chaplain" / "Barbadillo" / "The Innkeeper"), Robert Schilling (as "Juanito"), Helen Sheridan (as "Unknown Woman"), Miriam Stoddard (as "Beatrice"), Lou Tellegen (as "Don Juan"), Addie Williams (as "The Shepherd"), Henrietta York (as "2nd Tavern Girl" / "Barbara"). Produced by Frank Reicher.
  • (1921) Stage: Appeared (as "Walter Nichols") in "Ambush" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Arthur Richman. Garrick Theatre: 10 Oct 1921-Dec 1921 (closing date unknown/98 performances). Cast: John Craig (as "Seymour Jennison"), Edward Donnelly (as "Howard Kraigne"), Florence Eldridge (as "Margaret Nichols"), Charles Ellis (as "Harry Gleason"), Noel Leslie (as "Alan Kraigne"), Catherine Proctor (as "Mrs. Jennison"), George Stillwell (as "George Lithridge"), Jane Wheatley (as "Harriet Nichols"), Edwin Wolfe (as "A Chauffeur"). Produced by Theatre Guild Inc.
  • (1921) Stage: "The Wife With the Smile" / "Bourbouroche" [combined production/separate information follows] on Broadway. Garrick Theatre: 28 Nov 1921-Dec 1921 (closing date unknown/41 performances). Comedy/tragedy. "The Wife With the Smile": Written by Denys Amiel and André Obey. Directed by Frank Reicher. Cast: Willard Bowman, Maud Brooks, Katherine Clinton, Arnold Daly (as "M. Beudet"), Philip Loeb (as "A Clerk"), Catherine Proctor, Jeanne Wainwright, Edwin R. Wolfe, Blanche Yurka (as "Mme. Beudet"). "Bourbouroche": Farce. Written by Georges Courteline. Book adapted from the French by Ruth Livingstone. Directed by Philip Moeller. Cast: Carl Anderson, Willard Bowman (as "Fouettard"), Katherine Clinton, J. Monte Crane, Arnold Daly (as "Bourbouroche"), Robert Donaldson, Philip Loeb (as "Henri"), Edwin Wolfe (as "Potasse"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1922) Stage: Appeared in "He Who Gets Slapped" on Broadway. Tragedy. Written by Leonid Andreyev, adapted by Gregory Zillboorg. Directed by Robert Milton. Garrick Theatre: 9 Jan 1922-Jun 1922 (closing date unknown/182 performances). Cast: Martha Bruan-Allen, Luigi Belastro, Richard Bennett, John Blair, Louis Calvert, Charles Cheltenham, Joan Clements, Richard Coolidge, Ernest Cossart, Sara Enright, Margalo Gillmore (as "Consuelo"), Oliver Grymes, Kenneth Lawton, Philip Leigh, Philip Loeb, Jack Rutherford, Frances Ryan, Francis G. Sadtler, Helen Sheridan, Adele St. Mauer, Edgar Stehli, Sears Taylor, Vera Tomkins, Anne Tonerri, Henry Travers, Dante Voltaire, Marguerite Wernimont, Helen Westley, Renée Wilde, Kathryn Wilson, Edwin R. Wolfe. Produced by The Theatre Guild. NOTES: (1) Significant as the first work purchased by the newly formed Metro-Goldwyn Pictures and later produced as a Lon Chaney vehicle. (2) Filmed as He Who Gets Slapped (1924).
  • (1922) Stage: "Back to Methuselah" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by George Bernard Shaw. Part II ("The Gospel of the Brothers Barnabas") directed by Alice Lewisohn and Agnes Morgan. Part IV ("The Tragedy of an Elderly Gentleman") directed by Frank Reicher. Part V ("As Far as Thought Can Reach") directed by Philip Moeller. Garrick Theatre: 27 Feb 1922-Mar 1922 (closing date unknown/25 performances). Cast: Walter Abel (as "Acis"), Martha-Bryan Allen, Clelia Benjamin, Albert Bruning (as "Franklyn Barnabas" / "The Elderly Gentleman"), George Gaul (as "Adam" / "Napoleon"/ "The Male Figure" / "The Ghost of Adam"), Stanley Howlett (as "Haslam" / "The Archbishop of York" / "Arjillax"), Moffat Johnston (as "Conrad Barnabas" / "Barnabas, the Accountant" / "General" / "The He-Ancient"; Broadway debut), A.P. Kaye (as "Joyce-Burge" / "Burge-Lubin, President of the British Isles" / "The Envoy" / "Pygmalion"), Claude King (as "Lubin" / "Confucius, the Chief Secretary Zozim" / "Martellus"), Dennis King, Shirley King, Ernita Lascelles, Mary Lawton, Eleanor Woodruff, Margaret Wycherly (as "The Voice of The Serpent" / "The Parlor Maid" / "Mrs. Lutestring, the Domestic Minister" / "The Oracle" / "The She-Ancient"). Produced by The Theatre Guild. NOTE: Unusual production directed by different directors.
  • (1922) Stage: Directed "From Morn to Midnight" on Broadway. Comedy/tragedy [return engagement]. Written by Georg Kaiser. Translated by Ashley Dukes. Frazee Theatre: 26 Jun 1922-Jul 1922 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Harry Ashford (as "Stout Gentleman"), Lela May Aultman (as "The Cashier's Daughter"), Samuel Baron (as "Fourth Gentleman"), Charles Bartholomew (as "Porter"), Clelia Benjamin (as "First Mask"), Walton Butterfield (as "First Gentleman"), Albert Carroll (as "The Lady's Son" / "Third Gentleman"), Julia Cobb (as "The Cashier's Daughter"), Genevieve Corbin (as "Serving Maid" / "Fourth Mask"), William Crowell (as "Fifth Gentleman" / "First Soldier of Salvation Army"), Maude Gilbert (as "Lady"; final Broadway role), Carolyn Hancock (as "Third Mask"), Willard E. Joray (as "Messenger Boy" / "Second Gentleman"), Allyn Joslyn (credited as Allyn Morgan Joslyn; as "Muffled Gentleman" / "Second Guest"), Ernita Lascelles (as "The Cashier's Wife" / "Officer of Salvation Army"), William Paul (as "Clerk" / "First Guest"), Annette Ponse (as "Second Mask"), Sam Rosen (as "Third Guest"), Helen Sheridan (as "Salvation Lass"), Harold West (as "First Gentleman"), Kathryn Wilson (as "The Cashier's Mother"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1922) Stage: Directed / Appeared in (as "Cashier") "From Morn to Midnigh" on Broadway. Comedy/tragedy. Written by Georg Kaiser. Translated by Ashley Dukes. Garrick Theatre: 14 May 1922-closing date unknown (24 performances). Cast: Lela May Aultman (as "The Cashier's Daughter"), Samuel Baron (as "Fourth Gentleman"), Clelia Benjamin (as "First Mask"), Walton Butterfield (as "First Gentleman"), Charles Cheltenham (as "Porter"), Joan Clement (as "Fourth Mask"), Julia Cobb (as "The Cashier's Daughter"), Ernest Cossart (as "Stout Gentleman" / "Third Penitent"), William Crowell (as "Fifth Gentleman" / "First Soldier of Salvation Army"), Charles Ellis (as "Third Gentleman" / "First Penitent"), Caroline Hancock (as "Third Mask"), Stanley Howlett (as "Policeman"), Allyn Joslyn (credited as Allyn Morgan Joslyn; as "Muffled Gentleman" / "Second Guest"), Ernita Lascelles (as "The Cashier's Wife" / "Officer of Salvation Army"), Philip Leigh (as "Second Gentleman" / "First Soldier of Salvation Army"), Camille Pastorfield (as "Second Soldier of Salvation Army"), Sam Rosen (as "Third Guest"), Frances Ryan (as "Second Mask"), Francis Sadtler (as "Messenger Boy"), Helen Sheridan (as "Salvation Lass"), Adele St. Maur (as "Serving Maid"), Edgar Stehli (as "The Lady's Son" / "Waiter"), Sears Taylor (as "Clerk" / "First Guest"), Henry Travers (as "Bank Manager" / "Third Soldier of Salvation Army"), Helen Westley (as "Lady" / "Second Penitent"), Kathryn Wilson (as "The Cashier's Mother"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1922) Stage: Produced "The Fool" on Broadway. Melodrama. Written by Channing Pollock. Times Square Theatre: 23 Oct 1922-Jun 1923 (closing date unknown/272 performances). Cast: Robert Cummings, Arthur Eliot, Pamela Graythorne, Lillian Kemble, James Kirkwood, Wanda Laurence, Rollo Lloyd (as "Joe Henning"), George Le Soir, Tracy L'Engle, Rea Martin, Adrienne Morrison, Lowell Sherman, Sara Sothern, Geoffrey Stein, Henry Stephenson, Frank Sylvester, Maude Truax, Frederick Vogeding, George Wright Jr.
  • (1923) Stage: Directed "Romeo and Juliet" on Broadway. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Henry Miller's Theatre: 24 Jan 1923-Jun 1923 (closing date unknown/157 performances). Cast: Robert Ayrton (as "Friar Laurence, a Franciscan"), Richard Bowler (as "Balthasar, servant to Romeo"), Edward Broadley (as "Abram"), Laline Brownell (as "Lady Montague, wife to Montague"), Gordon Burbe (as "Capulet"), Jane Cowl (as "Juliet, daughter to Capulet"), John Sayre Crawley (as "Escalus, Prince of Verona" / "Apothecary"), Frank Davis (as "Gregory, Servant to Capulet"), Grayce Hampton (credited as Grace Hampton; as "Lady Capulet, wife to Capulet"), Louis Hector (as "Tybalt, nephew to Lady Capulet"), Bailey Hick (as "Sampson, servant to Capulet"), Lionel Hogarth (as "Montague"), Vernon Kelso (as "Benvolio, nephew to Montague and friend to Romeo"), Dennis King (as "Mercutio, kinsman to the prince and friend to Romeo"), John Parrish (as "Paris, a young nobleman, kinsman to the prince"), Rollo Peters (as "Romeo, son of Montague"), Milton Pope (as "Peter, servant to Juliet's nurse"), Neil Quinlan (as "An Old Man, of the Capulet family"), Jessie Ralph (as "Nurse to Juliet"). Produced by The Selwyns and Adolph Klauber.
  • (1924) Stage: Directed "Antony and Cleopatra" on Broadway. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Incidental music by Alfred Dalby. Lyceum Theatre: 19 Feb 1924-Mar 1924 (closing date unknown/31 performances). Cast: Robert Ayrton (as "Mardian, a eunuch, attendant on Cleopatra"), Albert Bliss, Richard Bowler, Charles Brokaw (as "Maecenas" / "Thyreus, a soldier of Caesar"), Edward Brooks, Gordon Burbe (as "Lepidus, triumvir"), George Carter, Jane Cowl (as "Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt"), J. Sayre Crawley (as "Eros, a soldier to Antony"), James Difley, Marion Evenson, John Gerard, Lionel Hammond, Grace Hampton, Louis Hector (as "Enobarbus, friend to Antony"), C. Bailey Hick, Lionel Hogarth (as "Lemprius Euphronius, a soothsayer"), Willard E. Joray, Vernon Kelso (as "Octavius Caesar, triumvir"), Dennis King, Walter Knapp (as "Euphronius, an ambassador from Antony to Caesar"), James Meighan, Rollo Peters (as "Antony, triumvir"), Milton Pope, Grandon Rhodes, Cyrus Staehle, Edith Van Cleve (as "Octavia, sister to Caesar and wife to Antony"), Harold Webster. Produced by The Selwyns. Produced in association with Adolph Klauber.
  • (1924) Stage: Directed "The Fake" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Frederick Lonsdale. Hudson Theatre: 6 Oct 1924-Dec 1924 (closing date unknown/88 performances). Cast: Marion Allen (as "A Parlormaid"), Frank Conroy (as "The Hon. Gerrard Pillick"), Orlando Daly (as "Ernest Stanton, M.P."), Boyd Davis (as "Watkins"; Broadway debut), Reynolds Denniston (as "Sir Thomas Moorgate, M.D."; Broadway debut), Evelyn Walsh Hall (as "Mrs. Stanton"), Frieda Inescort (as "Mavis Stanton"), Harry Neville (as "Dr. Hesketh Pointer, M.P."), Una O'Connor (as "A Waitress"), Godfrey Tearle (as "Geoffrey Sands"), Pauline Whitson, John Williams [Broadway debut]. Produced by A.H. Woods.
  • (1924) Stage: Directed "Carnival" on Broadway. Written by Ferenc Molnár. Translated by Melville Baker. Cort Theatre: 29 Dec 1924-Jan 1925 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Henry Bloomfield (as "Police Secretary"), Richard Bowler (as "Secret Service Man"), Edith Harding Brown (as "Second Coat Room Woman"), Leo L. Carroll (as "Matyas Oez"), Berton Churchill (as "Sandor Oroszy"), Elsie Ferguson (as "Camilla"), Franklyn Fox (as "A Cavalry Captain"), Anna Gray (as "Liszka"), Basil Hanbury (as "Doorman"), Margaret Hutchins (as "A Girl"), Nicholas Joy (as "Edmund" / "Police Commissaire"), Kenneth Lawton (as "Lackey"), Stanley Logan (as "Rudolf"), Tom Nesbitt (as "Nicholas Kornady"), Mignon O'Doherty (as "First Coat Room Woman"), Mildred Wall (as "Third Coat Room Woman"). Produced by Charles Frohman Inc.
  • (1925) Stage: "Shall We Join the Ladies?" on Broadway.
  • (1925) Stage: "Isabel" on Broadway. Comedy.
  • (1925) Stage: "A Tale of the Wolf" on Broadway.
  • (1925) Stage: Directed "The Grand Duchess and the Waiter" on Broadway. Written by Alfred Savoir. Lyceum Theatre: 13 Oct 1925-Nov 1925 (closing date unknown/31 performances). Cast: Geraldine Beckwith (as "A Lady"), Elmer Brown (as "Matard"), Lawrence Cecil (as "Cloche" / "Prince Barovski"), Elsie Ferguson (as "The Grand Duchess Xenia"), E.M. Hast (as "Baron Nikolaieff"), Norma Havey (as "Another Lady"), Olga Lee (as "Henriette"), Paul McAllister (as "The Grand Duke Paul"), Basil Rathbone (as "Albert"), Frank Roberts (as "Another Man"), Alison Skipworth (as "Countess Avaloff"), Ernest Stallard (as "Monsieur Hess"), Olga Tristjansky (as "Baroness Nikolaievna"), Converse Tyler (as "A Man"), Frederick Worlock (as "The Grand Duke Peter"). Produced by Charles Frohman Inc.
  • (1925) Stage: "The Monkey Talks" on Broadway.
  • (1925) Stage: Directed book for "Song of the Flame" on Broadway. Musical/opera/romance. Music by Herbert Stothart (also Musical Director) and George Gershwin. Book / lyrics by Otto A. Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Dances / Ensemble pictures arranged by Jack Haskell. 44th Street Theatre: 30 Dec 1925-10 Jul 1926 (219 performances). Cast: Vasily Andrewsky (as "Russian Art Singer"), Alice Ankers (as "American Ballet"), Miriam Avendale (as "American Ballet"), Chester Bennett (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Ima Berline (as "American Ballet"), Hal Bird (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Dorothy Booth (as "American Ballet "), Marion Booth (as "American Ballet"), Helen Bowers (as "American Ballet"), Phoebe Brune (as "Natasha"), Konstantin Buketoff (as "Russian Art Singer"), Hugh Cameron (as "Nicholas"), Adelaide Candee (as "American Ballet"), Terry Carroll (as "American Ballet"), Blanche Collins (as "Olga"), Ann Constance (as "American Ballet"), William Cooper (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Betty Credito (as "American Ballet"), Louise Dalberg (as "An Avenger"), Greek Evans (as "Konstantin"), Lotta Fanning (as "American Ballet"), Paul Florence (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Bernard Gorcey (as "Count Boris"), Mary Green (as "American Ballet"), Georgia Gwynne (as "American Ballet"), Buddie Haines (as "American Ballet"), Elvinne Hall (as "American Ballet"), James Herold (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Louise Hersey (as "American Ballet"), Edith Higgens (as "American Ballet"), Elizabeth Hill (as "American Ballet"), Margie Horton (as "American Ballet"), Gene Hylan (as "American Ballet"), Zina Ivanova (as "Russian Art Singer"), Carolyn Johnson-White (as "American Ballet"), Tessa Kosta (as "Aniuta" / "The Flame"), Dorothy Lee (as "American Ballet"), Bob LeRoy (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Harry Long (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Lillyan Lyndon (as "American Ballet"), Dorothy MacKaye (as "Grusha"), Elsie Marcus (as "American Ballet"), Miss Milli (as "American Ballet"), Christine Moray (as "American Ballet"), Frances Nevins (as "American Ballet"), Lylian Ojala (as "American Ballet"), Lucille Osborn (as "American Ballet"), Sylvia Pagano (as "American Ballet"), Adelaide Permin (as "American Ballet"), Anna Petrenko (as "Russian Art Singer"), Laurie Phillips (as "American Ballet"), Ruby Poe (as "American Ballet"), Troupe Reynolds (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Guy Robertson (as "Prince Volodya"), Elsa Roelofsma (as "American Ballet"), Ruth Sato (as "American Ballet"), Ula Sharon (as "Nadya"), Emily Sherman (as "American Ballet"), Jeannie St. John (as "American Ballet"), Leonard St. Leo (as "A Dancer"), Audrey Sturges (as "American Ballet"), Dorothy Thattell (as "American Ballet"), Frances Thress (as "American Ballet"), Philip Titman (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Willard Tyson (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Miss Verdi (as "American Ballet"), Donald Wells (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Eileen Wenzel (as "American Ballet"), Paul Wilson (as "Alexis"). Produced by Arthur Hammerstein.
  • (1929) Appeared (as himself) in a promotional trailer for His Captive Woman (1929).

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