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(1936- 1963). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1936). Stage Play: Bury the Dead/Prelude [repertory production]. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 18 Apr 1936- Jul 1936 (closing date unknown//97 performances). Bury the Dead: Written by Irwin Shaw [earliest Broadway credit]. Directed by Worthington Miner and Walter Hart. Cast: Jay Adler (as "Charlie"), Paula Bauersmith (as "Martha Webster"), France Bendsten (as "Second General"), Aldrich Bowker (as "First General"), Dorothy Brackett (as "First Whore"), Norma Chambers (as "Katherine Driscoll"), Edwin Cooper (as "Priest"), Will Geer (as "Reporter"), Samson Gordon (as "Rabbi"), Kathryn Grill (as "as "Bess Schelling"), William Hunter (as "A Voice"), Rose Keane (as "Joan"), Joseph A. Kramm (as "Third Soldier"), Gordon Nelson (as "Editor"), Neill O'Malley (as "Captain"), John O'Shaughnessy (as "First Soldier"), Douglas Parkhurst (as "Private Dean"), Mary Perry (as "Mrs. Dean"), Robert Porterfield (as "Second Soldier"), David Sands (as "Private Morgan"), James Shelburne (as "Private Webster"), Garland F. Smith (as "Bevins"), Lesley Stafford (as "Julia Blake"), George Oliver Taylor (as "Third General"), Robert Thomsen (as "Private Driscoll"), Bertram Thorn (as "Private Levy"), Frank Tweddell (as "Private Schelling"), Erik Walz (as "Doctor/Radio Announcer"), Herta Ware (as "Second Whore"), Booth Whitfield (as "Stenographer"), Robert Williams (as "Sergeant"), Joseph Wolff (as "Fourth Soldier"). Replacement actor: David Clarke. Prelude: Dialogue arranged by J. Edward Shugrue and John O'Shaughnessy. Music arranged by Fred Stewart. Directed by Worthington Miner and Walter Hart. Cast: Jay Adler (as "Ensemble"), Paula Bauersmith (as "Ensemble"), France Bendsten (as "Ensemble"), Aldrich Bowker (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Brackett (as "Ensemble"), Norma Chambers (as "Ensemble"), Edwin Cooper (as "Ensemble"), Zelda Cotton (as "Ensemble"), Will Geer (as "Poppy"), Samson Gordon (as "Ensemble"), Kathryn Grill (as "Ensemble"), William Hunter (as "Ensemble"), Rose Keane (as "Ensemble"), Joseph Kramm (as "Ensemble"), Gordon Nelson (as "Ensemble"), Neill O'Malley (as "Ensemble"), Douglas Parkhurst (as "Ensemble"), Mary Perry (as "Ensemble"), Robert Porterfield (as "Ensemble"), Anthony Ross (as "Ensemble"), David Sands (as "Ensemble"), James Shelburne (as "Ensemble"), Garland F. Smith (as "Ensemble"), Lesley Stafford (as "Ensemble"), Lucille Strudwick (as "Ensemble"), George Oliver Taylor (as "Ensemble"), Robert Thomsen (as "Blinky"), Bertram Thorn (as "Ensemble"), Frank Tweddell (as "Basket"), Erik Walz (as "Ensemble"), Herta Ware (as "Ensemble"), Sally Washington (as "Ensemble"), Booth Whitfield (as "Ensemble"), Robert Williams (as "Ensemble"), Joseph Wolff (as "Ensemble"). Entire production produced by Alexander Yokel

(1948). Stage Play: The Survivors. Written by Peter Viertel and Irwin Shaw. Directed by Martin Gabel. Playhouse Theatre: 19 Jan 1948- 24 Jan 1948 (8 performances). Cast: Louis Calhern (as "Vincent Keyes"), Richard Basehart (as "Steve Decker"), Russell Collins (as "Roy Clemens"), Hume Cronyn (as "Jodine Decker"), Marc Lawrence (as "Rutson Hedge"), E.G. Marshall (as "Finlay Decker"), Anthony Ross, Jane Seymour, Marianne Stewart, Guy Arbury, Edwin M. Bruce, Neil Fitzgerald, Tom Hoier, Kevin McCarthy (as "Morgan Decker"), Edith Rand, Edgar Small, Eugene Steiner, Kenneth Tobey (as "Leonard Hawkes"), Ray Walston (as "Townsperson"). Produced by Bernard Hart and Martin Gabel.

Playwright: "Quiet City"

Playwright: "Shy and Lonely" (filmed as Blyg och ensam (1958) (TV))

Novel: "Evening in Byzantium" (filmed as Evening in Byzantium (1978) (TV))

Novel: "Beggarman, Thief" (filmed as Beggarman, Thief (1979) (TV))

Novel: "Rich Man, Poor Man" (filmed as "Bogach, bednyak..." (1982), "Rich Man, Poor Man" (1976))

(1939) Stage: Wrote "The Gentle People", produced on Broadway. Drama. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Directed by Harold Clurman. Belasco Theatre: 5 Jan 1939-May 1939 (closing date unknown/141 performances). Cast: Katherine Allen, Roman Bohnen (as "Philip Anagnos"), Harry Bratsburg, Grover Burgess (as "Judge"), Lee J. Cobb (as "Lammanawitz"), Lulla David, Sam Jaffe (as "Jonah Goodman"), Elia Kazan (as "Eli Lieber"), Karl Malden (as "Magruder"), Martin Ritt (as "Polack"), Sylvia Sidney (as "Stella Goodman"), George Skelton, Franchot Tone (as "Harold Goff"). Produced by The Group Theatre. NOTE: Filmed as Out of the Fog (1941).

Novel: "Night Call" (filmed as Take One False Step (1949))

Novel: "Tip on a Dead Jockey" (filmed as Tip on a Dead Jockey (1957))

Novel: "The Young Lions" (filmed as The Young Lions (1958))

Novel: "Two Weeks in Another Town" (filmed as Two Weeks in Another Town (1962))

Novel: "In the French Style" (filmed as In the French Style (1963))

(1943). Stage Play: Sons and Soldiers. Drama. Written by Irwin Shaw. Scenic Design by Norman Bel Geddes. Directed by Max Reinhardt. Morosco Theatre: 4 May 1943- 22 May 1943 (22 performances). Cast: Stella Adler (as "Catherine Carnrick"), William Beach (as "Mr. Leverhook"), Albert Bergh (as "Catherine's Escort"), Ted Donaldson (as "Ernest Tadlock as a Child"), Geraldine Fitzgerald (as "Rebecca Tadlock"), Edward Forbes (as "Mark Lowry"), Martha Greenhouse (as "Miss Gillespie"), Sara Lee (as "Harris Marie"), Phyllis Hill (as "Carol"), Harriet Jackson (as "Alice"), Audrey Long (as "Dora Applegate"), Karl Malden (as "Matthew Graves"), Roderick Maybee (as "Anthony"), Joan McSweeney (as "Dora Applegate as a Child"), Millard Mitchell (as "Victor Carnrick"), Edward Nannery (as "The Mailman"), Gregory Peck (as "Andrew Tadlock"), Herbert Rudley (as "John Tadlock"), Bobbie Schenck (as "Lincoln Graves as a Child"), Leonard Sues (as "Lincoln Graves"), Kenneth Tobey (as "Ernest Tadlock"), Roy Dana Tracy (as "Minister"), Jesse White (as "The Salesman") [Broadway debut], Jack Willett (as "Andrew Tadlock as a Child"). Produced by Max Reinhardt, Norman Bel Geddes and Richard Meyers.

(1994) Stage: Wrote "Assassins," performed at the Pegasus Players Theatre in Chicago, IL.

(1984). Memoir: "What I've Learned About Being A Man", "Playboy" (USA), January, 1984. Pgs. 184-185+188+204+222-226.


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