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(1904- 1927). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1904). Stage Play: Judith of Bethulia. Written by Thomas Bailey Aldrich. Directed by McKee Rankin. Daly's Theatre: 5 Dec 1904- 19 Dec 1904 (16 Performances). Cast: Ricca Allen, Gilbert Aymar, G.M. Bailey, Gertrude Binley, J.F. Clark, J.B. Coughlan, Charles Dalton, Herbert Forrest, George Friend, Joseph Louis Massen, Charles Millward, Nance O'Neil, Arthur H. Sawyer, Lowell Sherman [Broadway Debut], Clara T. Bracy [credited as Clara Thompson], W.L. Thorne, Joseph Wheelock Jr. Produced by John B. Schoeffel. Note: Filmed by The Biograph Company [distributed by General Film Company] as Judith of Bethulia (1914) (re-released in 1917 as "Her Condoned Sin" with new scenes added; see Her Condoned Sin (1917)).

(1905). Stage Play: The System of Dr. Tarr. Written by Henry Terrell and Arthur Hornblow. Based on the "The System of Dr. Tarr and Professor Fether" by Edgar Allan Poe. Berkeley Lyceum Theatre: 27 Feb 1905- 8 Apr 1905 (32 performances/played in repertory with At the Threshold, Strolling Players, The Lady Bookie, The Lady Across the Hall, A Passion in the Suburb, The Cardinal's Edict, A Woman's Pity). Cast: Frances Fontaine Frank Keenan, Wright Kramer, Charles Mason, Latimer Norton, William J. Phinney, George Richards, Lowell Sherman. Produced by The Frank Keenan Players.

(1905). Stage Play: Strolling Players. Written by Arthur Hornblow. Berkeley Lyceum Theatre: 27 Feb 1905- 8 Apr 1905 (24 performances/played in repertory with At the Threshold, The System of Dr. Tarr, The Lady Bookie, The Lady Across the Hall, A Passion in the Suburb, The Cardinal's Edict, A Woman's Pity). Cast: Leila Cory, Eleanor Elkins, Grace Filkins, Frances Fontaine, William S. Hart, Frank Keenan, Charles Mason, Mrs. Oakes, Lowell Sherman, Madison Williams. Produced by The Frank Keenan Players.

(1905). Stage Play: The Girl of the Golden West. Drama. Written by David Belasco. Directed by David Belasco. Belasco Theatre: 14 Nov 1905- 19 Jun 1906 (224 performances). Cast: Blanche Bates (as "The Girl"), A.M. Beattie (as "Bucking Billy"), J.H. Benrimo (as "Billy Jackrabbitt"), Ignazio Biondi (as "Concertina Player"), John W. Cope (as "Sonora Slim"), Roberto Deshon (as "Jose Castro"), Ira M. Flick (as "The Ridge Boy"), Robert Hilliard (as "Dick Johnson"), Clifford Hipple (as "Handsome Charlie"), Richard Hoyer (as "Happy Haliday"), T. Hayes Hunter (as "Deputy Sheriff"), Horace James (as "The Sidney Duck"), Frank Keenan (as "Jack Rance"), James Kirkwood (as "Trinidad Joe"), Fred Maxwell (as "Jim Larkens"), Thomas J. McGrane (as "Nick"), J. Al Sawtelle (as "Ashby"), Lowell Sherman (as "Rider of the Pony Express"), Fred W. Sidney (as "The Lookout"), Harriet Sterling (as "Wowkle"), Ed A. Tester (as "Jake Wallace"), William Wild (as "A Faro Dealer"), H.L. Wilson (as "Joe"). Produced by David Belasco. Note: Filmed by Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Company [distributed by Paramount] as The Girl of the Golden West (1915).

(1908). Stage Play: The Girl of the Golden West [Return engagement]. Written by David Belasco. Directed by David Belasco. Academy of Music: 27 Jan 1908- Feb 1908 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Blanche Bates (as "The Girl"), A.M. Beattie (as "Bucking Billy'), 'J.H. Benrimo' (as "Billy Jackrabbitt"), Ignazio Biondi (as "Concertina Player"), John W. Cope (as "Sonora Slim"), Roberto Deshon (as "Jose Castro"), Ira M. Flick (as "The Ridge Boy"), Cuyler Hastings (as "Jack Rance"), Clifford Hipple (as "Handsome" Charlie"), Richard Hoyer (as "Happy" Haliday"), T. Hayes Hunter (as "Deputy Sheriff"), Horace James (as "The Sidney Duck"), James Kirkwood (as "Trinidad Joe"), Fred Maxwell (as "Jim Larkens"), Thomas J. McGrane (as "Nick"), Charles Milward (as "Dick Johnson"), J. Al Sawtelle (as "Ashby"), Lowell Sherman (as "Rider of the Pony Express"), Fred W. Sidney (as "The Lookout"), Harriet Sterling (as "Wowkle"), Ed A. Tester (as "Jake Wallace"), William Wild (as "A Faro Dealer"), H.L. Wilson (as "Joe"). Produced by David Belasco. Note: Filmed by Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Company [distributed by Paramount] as The Girl of the Golden West (1915).

(1911). Stage Play: The First Lady in the Land. Written by Charles Frederic Nirdlinger [credited as Charles Frederick Nirdlinger]. Gaiety Theatre: 4 Dec 1911- Jan 1912 (closing date unknown/54 performances). Cast: Elsie Ferguson (as "Mrs. Todd"), Helen Bond, William David, Florence Edney, Margaret Gordon, Clarence Handyside, Maud Hosford, Luke Martin, Beatrice Noyes, Georgette Passedoit, Frederick Perry (as "Aaron Burr"), John Prescott, Lowell Sherman (as "James Madison"), Edward Stewart, David Todd, Lawrence Windom. Produced by Henry B. Harris.

(1914). Stage Play: The Dragon's Claw. Written by Austin Strong. New Amsterdam Theatre: 14 Sep 1914- Sep 1914 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Frank Andrews, Marshall Birmingham, Lilian Bond, Robert Conville, Paul Everton, Robert Paton Gibbs, Suzanne Halpren, Gladys Hanson, Frank Herbert, Robert Hudson, Charles T. Lewis, T.H. McNally, Harry Power, Lowell Sherman, Charles Waldron, Ida Waterman. Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.

(1915). Stage Play: The Eternal Magdalene.

(1916). Stage Play: The Heart of Wetona. Written by George Scarborough. Lyceum Theatre: 29 Feb 1916- May 1916 (closing date unknown/95 performances). Cast: Ethel Benton (as "Nauma"), H.G. Carleton (as "Nipo"), Chief Deer (as "Eagle"), Curtis Cooksey (as "Comanche Jack"), William Courtleigh (as "Quannah"), John Miltern (as "John Hardin"), Isabel O'Madigan (as "Mary Greer"), Lowell Sherman (as "Anthony Wells"), Edward L. Snader (as "David Wells"), Lenore Ulric (as "Wetona"), Langdon West (as "Pasequa"). Produced by Charles Frohman Inc. and David Belasco. Note: Filmed by The Norma Talmadge Film Corporation as The Heart of Wetona (1919).

(1916). Stage Play: The Guilty Man.

(1916). Stage Play: Our Little Wife. Written by Avery Hopwood. Harris Theatre: 18 Nov 1916- Dec 1916 (closing date unknown/41 performances). Cast: Lyle Clement, Robert Fischer, Charles Hampden, Margaret Illington, Walter Jones, Thomas F. O'Malley, Gwendolyn Piers, Effingham Pinto, Rae Selwyn, Lowell Sherman. Produced by Selwyn & Co.

(1917). Stage Play: The Knife.

(1917). Stage Play: Good Morning, Rosamond. Written by Constance Lindsay Skinner [only Broadway credit]. 48th Street Theatre: 10 Dec 1917- Dec 1917 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Robert Adams, Arthur B. Allen [credited as Robert Adams] (Broadway debut), Lily Cahill, Lillian Cooper, Mrs. E.A. Eberle, Robert Forsyth, Herman Gerold, Annie Hughes, Sidney Macey, Dwight Meade, Marion Morgan, Charles Riegel, Lowell Sherman. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert and Jessie Bonstelle.

(1918). Stage Play: The Heritage. Written by Eugene Walter. Playhouse Theatre: 14 Jan 1918- Jan 1918 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Gordon Burby, George Burton, Madeline Delmar, Franklin George, Walter D. Greene, Cyril Keightley, Hermann Lieb, Alfred Noone, Olive Oliver, Antonio Salerno, Louise Seymour, Lowell Sherman, Howard Sydney, Margaret Vaune, John Ward, Eleanor Williams. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1918). Stage Play: The Squab Farm. Written by Frederic Hatton and Fanny Hatton. Bijou Theatre: 13 Mar 1918- Apr 1918 (closing date unknown/45 performances). Cast: Bert Angeles, Tallulah Bankhead [Broadway debut], Raymond Bloomer, Julia Bruns, Harry Davenport, Alfred Dayton, Florence Doyle, William L. Gibson, Fred Kaufman, Dorothy Klewer, Vivian Rushmore, Charles Seay, Lowell Sherman, G. Oliver Smith, Ann Sustin, Suzanne Willa. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1918). Stage Play: A Marriage of Convenience (Revival). Written by Sydney Grundy [posthumous credit]. Henry Miller's Theatre: 1 May 1918- Jun 1918 (closing date unknown/53 performances). Cast: Billie Burke, Lynn Hammond, Frank Kemble-Cooper, Frederick Lloyd, Henry Miller, Lewis Sealy, Lowell Sherman, Lucile Watson.

(1918). Stage Play: Not with My Money. Written by Edward Clark. 39th Street Theatre: 25 Oct 1918- Nov 1918 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast: Peggy Coudray, Carl Gerard, Cecelia Griffith, Carroll McComas, Minnie Milne, William Robyns, Robert W. Smiley, Dyke Thomes, Basil West, Beverly Westmore, Walter Wilson. Produced by Edward Clark.

(1919). Stage Play: The Woman in Room 13. Written by Samuel Shipman and Max Marcin. Booth Theatre: 14 Jan 1919- Jun 1919 (closing date unknown/175 performances). Cast: Janet Beecher, Willis Claire, Will Deming, William S. Ely, Adele Freeman, Kenneth Hill, DeWitt Jennings, Gail Kane, Charles Mather, Dorothy Parker, C.C. Quinby, David Rogers, Dore Rogers, Lowell Sherman, Catherine Tower, Charles Waldron, Fay Wallace. Produced by A.H. Woods. Note: Filmed by Goldwyn Pictures Corporation as The Woman in Room 13 (1920).

(1919). Stage Play: The Sign on the Door. Melodrama. Written by Channing Pollock. Theatre Republic: 19 Dec 1919- May 1920 (closing date unknown/187 performances). Cast: Beatrice Allen, Lee Baker (as "Lafe Regan"), Elwood Fleet Bostwick (as "Hugh"), Herbert Broderick, C. Bert Dunlop (as "A Newspaper Photographer"), Paul Everton, Jules Ferrar (as "Captain Burke"), Mildred Macleod, Neil Martin, Kenneth Miner (as "Bates, A Butler"), Mary Ryan (as "Ann Hunniwell/Mrs. "Lafe" Regan"), Lowell Sherman (as "Frank Devereaux"), Robert Vivian (as "Ferguson"). Produced by A.H. Woods. Note: Filmed by George Fitzmaurice Productions, Feature Productions [distributed by United Artists] as The Locked Door (1929).

(1921). Stage Play: The Man's Name. Drama. Written by Majorie Chase and Eugene Walter. Directed by Bertram Harrison. Theatre Republic: 14 Nov 1921- Dec 1921 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Felix Krembs, Lowell Sherman, Dorothy Shoemaker, T. Tamamoto. Produced by A.H. Woods.

(1922). Stage Play: Lawful Larceny. Comedy. Written by Samuel Shipman. Directed by Bertram Harrison. Theatre Republic: 2 Jan 1922- Jun 1922 (closing date unknown/190 performances). Cast: Frazer Coulter (as "Mr. Davis"), Alan Dinehart (as "Andrew Dorsey"), Sara Haden, Gail Kane, Felix Krembs (as "Judge Perry"), Bijoute La Violette, Margaret Lawrence, Martha Mayo (as "Mrs. French"), John Sharkey, Lowell Sherman, John Stokes, Ida Waterman (as "Mrs. French"). Produced by A.H. Woods. Note: Filmed by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation [distributed by Paramount Pictures] as Lawful Larceny (1923), and by RKO Radio Pictures as Lawful Larceny (1930).

(1922). Stage Play: The Fool. Melodrama.

(1922). Stage Play: The Masked Woman. Melodrama.

(1923). Stage Play: Morphia. Drama. Written by Duncan McNab and Ludwig Herzer. Directed by Lowell Sherman. Eltinge 42nd Street Theatre: 6 Mar 1923- May 1923 (closing date unknown/64 performances). Cast: Alice Fleming (as "Mrs. Morrison"), Lowell Sherman (as "Julian Wade"), Albert Tavernier (as "Dr. Grant"), Olive Tell (as "Nurse Margaret").

(1923). Stage Play: Casanova. Drama. Incidental music by Deems Taylor. Written by Lorenzo De Azertis. Translated by Sidney Howard. Empire Theatre: 26 Sep 1923- Dec 1923 (closing date unknown/77 performances). Cast: A.G. Andrews (as "The Innkeeper"), Ralph Belmont (as "A Lieutenant"), Beatrice Belreva (as "Columbine"), Victor Benoit (as "Monsieur Dubois"), George Blackmore (as "A Roman Soldier"), Horace Braham (as "The Abbe Bernis"), Nellie Burt (as "Manon"), Katharine Cornell (as "Henriette"), Ernest Cossart (as "Leduc"), Dinarzade (as "Giulietta"), Doris (as "A Guitar Player"), Mary Ellis (as "The Dancer from Milan"), Harry Fielding (as "A Fat Man"), David Glassford (as "Monsieur Antoine"), Harold Hartsell (as "A Banker in Cesena"), Shelia Hayes (as "Rose"), Horace Healy (as "A Gentleman in Black"), Herbert James (as "Battista"), Jacob Kingsbury [credited as Jacob Kingsberry] (as "Second Postillion"), Edward Le Hay (as "An Innkeeper"), B.N. Lewin (as "Manzoni"), Mario Majeroni (as "Captain Michael Echedy"), William Marr (as "A Gambler"), Frank Newcomb (as "Third Postillion"), Gypsy O'Brien (as "The Beautiful Governess"), James T. Powers (as "First Postillion"), Harry Redding (as "A Gambler"), George Royle (as "Pulcinella"), Lowell Sherman (as "Giacomo Casanova/Chevalier de Seingalt"), Edward F. Snow (as "Second Archer"), Walter Soderling (as "A Waiter"), Charles Vincent (as "Fourth Postillion"), Judith Vosselli (as "The Courtesan"), J.C. Wallace First Archer"), Philip Wood (as "Alfani-Celli"). Produced by A.H. Woods and Gilbert Miller.

(1924). Stage Play: Leah Kleschna. Drama (revival). Written by C.M.S. McLellan. Lyric Theatre: 21 Apr 1924- May 1924 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Katharine Alexander (as "Sophie Chaponniere"), Edith Barker, Ulric Collins, Hal Crane, Arnold Daly (as "Kleschna"), Henry Davies, William Faversham, Helen Gahagan (as "Leah Kleschna"), Mary Hone, Arnold Korff (as "General Berton"), José Ruben (as "Schram"), Lowell Sherman (as "Raoul Berton"). Produced by William A. Brady. Notes: (1) Play originally produced in 1904 (considered a hit with 131 performances), with another revival in 1905. (2) Previously filmed by Famous Players Film Company as Leah Kleschna (1913).

(1924). Stage Play: High Stakes. Melodrama. Written by Willard Mack. Hudson Theatre: 9 Sep 1924- Dec 1924 (closing date unknown/120 performances). Cast: Phoebe Foster (as "Dolly Lennon"), Wilton Lackaye (as "Richard Lennon"), Sue MacManamy, Lowell Sherman (as "Joe Lennon"), Robert Vivian (as "Murray"), Fleming Ward (as "Louis de Salde"). Produced by A.H. Woods.

(1926). Stage Play: The Woman Disputed. Melodrama. Written by Denison Clift [erroneously credited as Denison Cliff]. Directed by Crane Wilbur. Forrest Theatre: 28 Sep 1926- Mar 1927 (closing date unknown/87 performances). Cast: John Anthony (as "A Passerby/Lieut. Gregory"), Richard Bradshaw (as "Second Policeman/Sergeant Drake"), Joseph Burton (as "An American Soldier"), Louis Calhern (as "Lieut. Yank Trinkard"), Andrew Corday (as Marriette"), Robert Cummings (as "A Soldier/Sergeant Bauer"), Jackie Grattan (as "A Waif/A Boy"), Charles Hammond (as "First Policeman/Comte Hubert Debreville"), Ann Harding (as "Marie-Ange"), B.J. McOwen (as "A Man/M. Henri Dardignac"), J.K. Newman (as "A Blind Man/A Father"), Louise Quinn (as "A Woman"), Viola Roache (as "Comtesse Debreville"), Lowell Sherman (as "Capt. Friedrich Von Hartmann") [final Broadway role], Hall Synonds (as "A Man/An Orderly"), Royal Thayer (as "A Grandfather"), Henry Von Rhau (as "A Soldier/Sergeant Franz"), W. Bradley Ward (as "A Thief/Lieut. Bittner"), Crane Wilbur (as "Father Rochambeau"). Produced by A.H. Woods.


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