Active on Broadway
in the following productions:
Trigger (1927). Written by Lula Vollmer
. Directed by George Cukor
. Little Theatre: 6 Dec 1927- Jan 1928 (closing date unknown/47 performances). Cast: Rupert Brae (as "Rus Cleaver"), Sonny Collins (as "Sam"), Walter Connolly
(as "John Stafford"), Claiborne Foster
(as "Trigger Hicks"), Catherine Gray (as "Mother"), Sara Haden (as "Etta Dawson"), Louis Mason (as "Bill Grayson"), Milton McGovern (as "West Fry"), Elinor Retsof (as "Granny Raines"), Natalie Schafer
(as "Eleanor Stafford") [Broadway debut
], John Taylor (as "Jake Hawkins"), Minor Watson
(as "George Fleetwood"), Zeddie (as "Zedrach"). Produced by Richard Herndon.
March Hares (1928). Satire (revival). Written by Harry Wagstaff Gribble
. Directed by Daniel Frawley. Little Theatre: 2 Apr 1928- Apr 1928 (closing date unknown/19 performances). Cast: Richard Bird (as "Geoffrey Wareham"), Francis Compton
(as "Oliver"), Bruce Evans (as "Edgar Fuller"), Margaret Hinton (as "The Cook"), Josephine Hull
(as "Mrs. Janet Rodney"), Ryder Keane (as "Mr. Brown"), Natalie Schafer
(as "Ethel"), Dorothy Stickney
(as "Claudia Kitts"), Vivian Tobin
(as "Mrs. Janet Rodney"). Produced by Charles L. Wagner.
These Few Ashes (1928). Comedy. Written by Leonard Ide
. Directed by Clifford Brooke. Booth Theatre: 30 Oct 19280 Dec 1928 (closing date unknown/39 performances). Cast: Ellis Baker (as "Mme. de Seguin"), Goo Chong (as "Oki"), Wallis Clark
(as "John Whitney"), Henrietta Goodwin (as "Elsa von Glahn"), Ralph J. Locke
(as "Pierre de Seguin"), James Meighan (as "Victor Duprees"), Georges Romain (as "Marcel Bonnard"), Natalie Schafer
(as "Edith Major"), Hugh Sinclair
(as "Kenneth Vail"), Leni Stengel (as "Olga Bukarov"). Produced by Shaw-Nathan Productions, Inc.
The Great Barrington (1931). Drama. Written by Franklin L. Russell. Avon Theatre: 19 Feb 1931- Mar 1931 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Suzanne Caubaye (as "Jacqueline Van Doorn"), Charles Dalton (as "St. Bernard M. Blackwood"), J. Malcolm Dunn
(as "Peter Van Doorn"), Edmund George (as "Prescott Barrington, the 13th"), Gene Gowing (as "Wolfert Dan Doorn, the 14th"), H. Dudley Hawley
(as "Prescott Barrington, the 12th"), Alf Helton (as "Bishop"), Otto Kruger
(as "Prescott Barrington, the 1st"), George Lamar, Kathryn March, George Probert
(as "Ogu"), Anne Revere
(as "Katie"), Natalie Schafer
(as "Annabelle Barrington"), Eleanor Woodruff. Produced by Oliver D. Bailey.
Ada Beats the Drum (1930). Comedy. Written by John Kirkpatrick. Directed by Geoffrey Kerr. John Golden Theatre: 8 May 1930- Jun 1930 (closing date unknown/46 performances). Cast: Auguste Aramini (as "Gendarme"), George W. Barbier (as "Ed Hubbard"), Mary Boland
(as "Ada Hubbard"), Frank Charlton (as "Mr. Sims"), Jules Epailly
(as "Dmitri"), N. Gelikhovsky (as "Gendarme"), Louza Riane (as "Jacqueline"), Marcel Rousseau
(as "Alonzo"), Natalie Schafer
(as "Nadine Wentworth"), Edgar Stehli
(as "A Cure"), Hal Thompson (as "Bow-Tie"), Nydia Westman
(as "Leila Hubbard").
The Highest Tree (1959).
Romanoff and Juliet (1957).
Six Characters in Search of an Author (1955). (revival). Phoenix Theatre: 11 Dec 1955- 5 Feb 1956 (65 performances).
Forward the Heart (1949). Drama.
Lady in the Dark (1941). Musical comedy [return engagement]. Book by Moss Hart
. Music by Kurt Weill
. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin
. Musical Director: Maurice Abravanel. Music orchestrated by Kurt Weill. Vocal arrangements by Kurt Weill. Production Design by Hassard Short
. Lighting Design by Hassard Short. Scenic Design by Harry Horner. Costume Design by Irene Sharaff
. Gowns Designed by Hattie Carnegie. Assistant to Mr. Horner: Lester Polakov and Dick Bernstein. Assistant to Miss Sharaff: Brion. All musical sequences staged by Hassard Short. Choreographed by Albertina Rasch
. Directed by Moss Hart. Alvin Theatre: 2 Sep 1941- 30 May 1942 (305 performances). Cast: Gertrude Lawrence
(as "Liza Elliott"), George Bockman, Anne Bracken, Kenneth Casey, Andre Charise, Catherine Conrad, Audrey Costello, Jean Cumming, Margaret Dale, Patricia Deering, Carol Deis, H. Robert Edwards, Sally Ferguson, Len Frank, Dan Harden, Fred Hearn, Ann Lee, Ann Lee, June MacLaren, Jacqueline MacMillan, William Marel, Beth Nichols, Virginia Peine, Gedda Petry, Donald Randolph, June Rutherford, Natalie Schafer
(as "Alison Du Bois"), Jeanne Shelby, Ward Tallmon (as "Joe, an office boy"), Lois Volkman, George Ward, William Welch, Wana Wennerholm, Margaret Westberg, Evelyn Wyckoff (as "Miss Foster"), Florence Wyman. Produced by Sam Harris
Goodbye in the Night (1940). Melodrama. Written by Jerome Mayer. Directed by 'George Abbott (I)'. Biltmore Theatre: 18 Mar 1940- 23 Mar 1940 (8 performances). Produced by George Abbott.
Lady Precious Stream (1936). Written by S.I. Hsiung. Costume Design by Mei Lan-Fang. Directed by Dr. Hsiung. Booth Theatre: 27 Jan 1936- Apr 1936 (closing date unknown/105 performances). Cast: Marcella Abels (as "Silver Stream"), Joan Adrian (as "Maid to the Princess"), Slater Barkentin (as "Suitor"), Helen Chandler
(as "Precious Stream"), Will Claire (as "Suitor/The Minister of Foreign Affairs"), Clarence Derwent
(as "His Excellency Wang Yun, The Prime Minister"), Lilian Dushell (as ""Maid to the Princess"), Sally Fitzpatrick (as "Precious' Maid/Maid to the Princess"), Bramwell Fletcher
(as "Hsieh Ping-Kuei"), Helen Kimm (as "Golden Stream"), Joan Miller (as "Maid to the Princess"), Henry Morrell (as "Su, The Dragon General/General Mu"), Molly Pearson (as "Madam Wang"), Detmar Poppen
(as "Wei, The Tiger General"), Gilbert Ralston (as "Executioner"), Natalie Schafer
(as "The Princess of the Western Regions"), Harry Selby (as "Suitor"), Norman Stuart (as "Property Man"), Mai-Mai Sze, Honorable Reader"), Preston Tuttle (as "Suitor/Kiang Hai"), Albert Whitley (as "Ma Ta"), Jesse Wynne (as "Property Man"). Produced by Morris Gest
New York to Cherbourg (1932). Comedy. Written by H.G. Buller. Directed by Paul E. Martin and H.G. Buller. Forrest Theatre: 19 Feb 1932- Feb 1932 (closing date unknown/3 performances). Cast: Edward Broadley
(as "Atkinson"), George Christie (as "Jeremiah Mott"), Jocelyn Gordon (as "Mabel Torrence"), Arthur Gould-Porter Officer Conroy"), Taylor Holmes (as "Franklin Spence"), Gerald Kent (as "Floyd Warren"), Edward Lester (as "Reginald Richie"), Isidore Marcil (as "Tom"), Edward Raquello Alfredo de Pisza"), Natalie Schafer
(as "Constance Carroll"), Eleanor Winslow Williams (as "Opal Raymond"). Produced by Paul E. Martin and Pilgrim Productions, Inc.
Perfectly Scandalous (1931). Comedy.
The Great Barrington (1931). Comedy.
The Rhapsody (1930). Drama.
(1942). Stage Play: The Doughgirls. Comedy. Written by Joseph Fields
. Directed by George S. Kaufman
. Lyceum Theatre: 30 Dec 1942- 29 Jul 1944 (671 performances). Cast: Walter Beck, Reed Brown Jr.
, Theodore Bryant, Maurice Burke, King Calder
(as "Julian Cadman"), George Calvert, Mary Cooper, George Davis, Reynolds Evans
(as "Chaplain Stevens"), Virginia Field
(as "Edna"), Arlene Francis
(as "Natalia Chodorov"), Sydney Grant, Harold Grau
(as "A Stranger"), Mildred Haines, Vinton Hayworth, Henry Howell, Edward Joyce, Kermit Kegley, William J. Kelly, James MacDonald, Joseph Martin, Harold Murphy, Doris Nolan
(as "Nan"), Joseph Olney, Maxim Panteleieff, Edward H. Robins, Natalie Schafer
(as "Sylvia"), Frank Taft, Jerome Thor
, Thomas F. Tracey
(as "Admiral Owens"), Arleen Whelan, Hugh Williamson, Ethel Wilson, Bernard Winter. Produced by Max Gordon
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