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(1928) Stage: Appeared (as "Chorus"; Broadway debut) in"Marco Millions" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Eugene O'Neill. Incidental music by Emerson Whithorne. Musical Director: Max Weiser. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. Guild Theatre: 9 Jan 1928-Mar 1928 (closing date unknown/92 performances). Cast: Marochka Anisfeld (as "Chorus"), Mary Arbenz (as "Chorus"), Mary Bell (as "Chorus"), Mary Blair, Natalie Browning, Morris Carnovsky (as "Tedaldo Ghazan, Khan of Persia"), Ernest Cossart (as "Maffeo"), George Cotton, Graham Dale, John C. Davis, Dudley Digges, William Edmonson (as "Chorus"), John Franklin, Eugene Gevsont, Margalo Gillmore, John Henry, Felix Jacoves (as "Chorus"), Louisa James (as "Chorus"), Max Leavitt, Philip Leigh, George Lester (as "Chorus"), Bruce Logan (as "Chorus"), Alfred Lunt (as "Marco Polo"), Sanford Meisner, McKay Morris (as "Kublai, the Great Kaan"), Leonard Perry (as "Chorus"), Billie Ruddell (as "Chorus"), Mark Schweid (as "Magian Traveller" / "Older Ali Brother" / "A Confucian Priest"), Lucian Scott (as "Chorus"), Henry Travers (as "Nicolo"), Albert Dekker (credited as Albert Van Dekker; as "A Dominican Monk" / "Emissary from Kublai" / "A Mahometan Captain of Ghazan's Army"), Louis Veda (as "Buddhist Traveler" / "One Ali" / "A Taoist Priest"), Harry Wise (as "Chorus"), Beryl Wright (as "Chorus"). Produced by the Theatre Guild.

(1928) Stage: Appeared in "Volpone" on Broadway. Written by Ben Jonson, as translated by Ruth Langner. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 9 Apr 1928-May 1928 (closing date unknown/46 performances). Cast: Mary Bell, Morris Carnovsky (as "Judge"), Ernest Cossart (as "Corvino"), John C. Davis, Dudley Digges (as "Volpone"), Margalo Gillmore, John Henry, Philip Leigh (as "Voltore"), Sanford Meisner (as "Clerk of the Court"), McKay Morris, Mark Schweid, Alfred Lunt, Henry Travers, Albert Dekker [credited as Albert Van Dekker], Louis Veda (as "First Groom"), Helen Westley (as "Canina"). Produced by The Theatre Guild, Inc.

(1930) Stage: Appeared (as "Christian Traveler" / "A Buddhist Priest") in "Marco Millions" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by Eugene O'Neill. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. Liberty Theatre: 3 Mar 1930-Mar 1930 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Walter Coy (as "A Dominican Monk"), John C. Davis, Sylvia Field (as "Princess Kukachin"), Philip Foster, Sydney Greenstreet (as "Kublai Khan"), Therese Guerini (as "The Prostitute"), John Henry, Earle Larrimore (as "Marco Polo"), Thomas Mackay (as "A Moslem Priest"), Sydney Little Mansfield, Sanford Meisner (as "Magian Traveler' / "Ghazan, Kaan of Persia"), Harry Mestayer (as "Marco's Uncle"), Frederick Roland, Helen Tilden (as "Donata"), Henry Travers (as "Chu-Yin"), Albert Dekker (credited as Albert Van Dekker; as "A Mahometan Captain of Ghazan's Army" / "Boatswain"), Louis Veda (as "Tedaldo"), Francis Ward (as "A Taoist Priest"), Harry Wise (as "A Corporal" / "One Ali Brother" / "A Confucian Priest"), Martin Wolfson (as "Buddhist Traveler" / "Older Ali Brother"), Paul Yost (as "Messenger from Persia"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1930) Stage: Appeared (as "Singer" / "Court Attendant") in "Volpone" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by Ben Jonson. Directed by Philip Moeller. Liberty Theatre: 10 Mar 1930-Mar 1930 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Lucille Banner (as "Maid to Colomba"), Alan Blaine (as "Sbirri"), George Cotton (as "Sbirri"), Walter Coy (as "Sbirri"), John C. Davis (as "Corbaccio's servant" / "Priest"), Fred DeVeau (as "Sbirri"), Sylvia Field (as "Colomba"), Philip Foster (as "Captain of the Sbirri"), Walter Franklyn (as "Singer"), Sydney Greenstreet (as "Volpone"), John Henry (as "Slave to Volpone"), Edgar Kent, Earle Larrimore (as "Mosca"), Thomas Mackay (as "Sbirri"), Sydney Little Mansfield (as "3rd Servant"), Burton McEvilly, Sanford Meisner, Harry Mestayer (as "Corvino"), Clifford Odets (as "Sbirri"; Broadway debut), Frederick Roland (as "Voltore"), Lucian Scott (as "Clerk of the Court"), Donald Smith (as "Singer"), Don Sylvester (as "Sbirri"), Helen Tilden, Albert Dekker (credited as Albert Van Dekker; as "Leone"), Francis Ward, Harry Wise, Martin Wolfson (as "2nd Servant"), Paul Yost (as "Singer"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1932) Stage: Appeared (as "Stranger" / "A Young Speaker") in "The Good Earth" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Owen Davis and Donald Davis. Based on the novel by Pearl S. Buck. Scenic Design by Lee Simonson. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 17 Oct 1932-Dec 1932 (closing date unknown/56 performances). Cast: Harry Barfoot (as "Priest from the Temple of Buddha"), Homer Barton (as "The Gatekeeper of the House of Hwang" / "The Rich Man"), Conrad Cantzen (as "A Peach Vendor, Another Poor Man"), Harry M. Cooke, Jack Daniels, Marel Foster, Clyde Franklin, William Franklin, Freddy Goodrow, Sydney Greenstreet (as "Wang Lung's Uncle"), Joan Hathaway, Albert Hayes, Helen Hoy, A. Francis Karll, Geraldine Kay, Donald MacMillan, Kate Morgan, Nola Napoli, Alla Nazimova (as "O-Lan"), Sabene Newmark, Claude Rains (as "Wang Lung"), M.W. Rale, Jessie Ralph (as "Wang Lung's Aunt"), Mark Schweid, Harold Thomas, Henry Travers (as "Wang Lung's Father"), Harry Wood, Marjorie Wood, Philip Wood. Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1934) Stage: Appeared (as "Conrad Noli") in "Judgment Day" on Broadway. Drama. Written / directed / produced by Elmer Rice. Scenic Design by Aline Bernstein. Belasco Theatre: 12 Sep 1934-Dec 1934 (closing date unknown/93 performances). Cast: Carroll Ashburn (as "Dr. Wolfgang Bathory"), Lee Baker (as "Dr. Michael Vlora"), William H. Barwald (as "Col. Jon Sturdza"), St. Clair Bayfield, Raymond Bramley, Peggy Burt (as "Ensemble"), Romaine Callender (as "Gen. Michael Rakovski"), Horace Casselberry (as "Dr. Mensch"), Lionel Dante (as "Pekmesi"), Brice Disque Jr. (as "Marek"), Edward Downes (as "Nekludov"), Olga Druce (as "Sonia Kuman"), Charles Durand (as "Malinov"), Ted Erwin (as "Ensemble"), Walter Greaza (as "George Khitov"), W.J. Hackett (as "Gherea"), Edward Hill (as "Ensemble"), Ferdi Hoffman (as "The Court Reporter"), Ethel Intropodi (as "Marthe Teodorova"), House Jameson (as "Grigori Vesnic"), Joseph Julian (as "Srazhimir"), Ryder Keane, Louis Le Bay (as "Jonescu"), Philip Leigh (as "PLrof. Paul Murusi"; final Broadway role), Frank Lovejoy (as "Jorga"), Edward Mann, Fania Marinoff (as "Giulia Crevellli"), James Moore, Thomas B. O'Connor (as "Ensemble"), Robert Rice (as "Ensemble"), Hans Robert, Mark Schweid, Aage Steenshorne, St. John Terrell, William Toubin, Leslie Urbach (as "Ensemble"), Josephine Victor (as "Lydia Kuman"), Eric Wollencott (as "Kurt Schneider").

(1935) Stage: Appeared (as "Barolla") in "Black Pit" on Broadway. Written by Albert Maltz. Directed by Irving Gordon. Civic Repertory Theatre: 20 Mar 1935-Jun 1935 (closing date unknown/85 performances). Cast included: Frances Bavier, Clyde Franklin, Millicent Green, Sidney Packer, George Tobias, Martin Wolfson.

(1930) Stage: Appeared (as "A Herald") in "Elizabeth the Queen" on Broadway. Historical drama. Written by Maxwell Anderson. Stage Manager: Leonard Loan. Assistant Stage Mgrs.: Bretaigne Windust and Jerome Mayer. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 3 Nov 1930-Mar 1931 (closing date unknown/147 performances). Cast: Lynn Fontanne (as "Elizabeth"), Alfred Lunt (as "Lord Essex"), Mab Anthony, Curtis Arnall, Royal Beal, Michail Borodin, James A. Boshell, Phoebe Brand, Charles Brokaw (as "A Courier" / "Heming"), Robert Caille, Morris Carnovsky (as "Francis Bacon"), Robert Conness, John Ellsworth, Thomas Eyre, George Fleming, Philip Foster, Edla Frankau, Arthur Hughes, Louise Huntington, Whitford Kane (as "Burbage"), Anita Kerry, Perry King, Henry Lase, Barry Macollum, Guy Moore, Edward Oldfield, Stanley Ruth, Percy Waram (as "Sir Walter Raleigh"), Nick Wiger, James Wiley, Annabelle Williams. Produced by The Theatre Guild. NOTE: Filmed as The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939).

(1930) Stage: Appeared (as "A Court Attendant") in "Volpone" on Broadway. Comedy [revival. Written by Ben Jonson; adapted by Stefan Zweig. Directed by Philip Moeller. Liberty Theatre: 10 Mar 1930-Mar 1930 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast included: George Cotton, Sydney Greenstreet, John Henry, Edgar Kent, Sanford Meisner, Clifford Odets, Albert Dekker [credited as "Albert Van Dekker"], "Martin Wolfson, Paul Yost.

(1935) Stage: Appeared (as "Rogo") in "Paradise Lost" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Clifford Odets. Directed by Harold Clurman. Longacre Theatre: 9 Dec 1935-Feb 1936 (closing date unknown/73 performances). Cast included: Luther Adler, Stella Adler, Grover Burgess, Russell Collins, Walter Coy, Elia Kazan, Sanford Meisner, George Pembroke.

(1936) Stage: Appeared (as "Scarpone") in "Bitter Stream" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Victor Wolfson. From "Fontamara" by Ignazio Silone. Scenic Design by 'Cleon Throckmorton' (qav). Directed by Jacob Ben-Ami and Charles Freidman. Civic Repertory Theatre: 30 Mar 1936-May 1936 (closing date unknown/61 performances). Cast: Frances Bavier (as "Soreanera"), Walter Beck, Malcolm Lee Beggs (as "Don Abacchio" / "Prison Guard"), John Boruff (as "The Stranger"), Lee J. Cobb (as "Don Circonstantza"), Frank Conlan, Carlo Conte, Lizzie Cubitt, Harry Davis, Billy Dunkley, Sam Gordon, Millicent Green, Robert Harris, Franklin Heller, David Hoffman, Charles Jordan, Regina Kahn, Manart Kippen (as "Inspector"), Harry Levian, Edward Mann, Paul Marian, Sydney Mason, Rolla Normund, Sidney Packer, Hester Sondergaard, Jerry Sylvan, Lili Eisenlohr Valenty, Albert Dekker (credited as Albert Van Dekker; as "Berardo"), Marjorie Wood (as "The Promoter's Wife" / "Angelina"), P.A. Xantho (as "Farmer"). Produced by The Theatre Union.

Story: "Gantry the Great" (filmed as Pride of the Blue Grass (1939))

(1936) Stage: Directed "Battle Hymn" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Michael Blankfort and Michael Gold [final Broadway credit]. Experimental Theatre: 22 May 1936-25 Jul 1936 (72 performances). Cast: Katherine Arden, Mony Ash, Donald Barrie (as "Rev. Romney" / "Ensemble in Prologues and Epilogue"), Harry Bonnick, William Burbridge, Grover Burgess (as "John Brown"), Horace Casselberry, Margery Christian, Michael Cisney, Hattie Cline, Rose Cooper, James J. Coyle, Ora Day, Agnes Delano, Ruth Forst, Agnes Gildea, Georgia Graham, R. Henry Handon, Anthony Heathe, Lee Hillery, Philip Hilton, Richard Huett, Leslie Hunt, Lada Ladova, Lucia Lull, Gita Lurie, Alan MacAteer, Lida MacMillan, Manny Manisoff, Ruth Marcusson, Grant Mitchell, Mary Morrison, David Palmer, Curtis Parker, Lewis Paul, Ann Peters, Brandt Peters, Joseph Pevney (as "Oliver Brown"; Broadway debut), Robin Radin, Cortell Ramey, Hilda Reis, Amelia Romano, Herbert Rudley, Edward Segal, Arthur W. Shackett, Alfreda Sill, Arthur Spencer, Gerald Stone, Laura Strassman, Charles P. Thompson, William Triest, Sidney Vereker, Helen Wainright, George Ward, Jeffrey Warnick, Florence Warren, Ringgold Watts, Peter White, George Whittington, Aldeah Wise, Philip Woodward, George Yessner. Produced by The Federal Project of the Works Progress Administration (WPA).

(1936) Stage: Directed "It Can't Happen Here" on Broadway. Drama. Adelphi Theatre: 26 Oct 1936-Jan 1937 (closing date unknown/95 performances). Cast included: John Adair, Seth Arnold, Edwin Cooper, Robert Harrison, Alan Wilson.

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