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(1895). Stage Play: The Notorious Mrs. Ebbsmith. Drama. Written by Arthur Wing Pinero. Abbey's Theatre: 23 Dec 1895- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: John Hare (as "Duke of St. Olpherts") [Broadway Debut], Julia Neilson [Broadway Debut], C. Aubrey Smith [Broadway Debut], Fred Terry.

(1903) Stage: Appeared (as "Torpenhow") in "The Light That Failed" on Broadway. Written by George Fleming. From the novel by Rudyard Kipling. Scenic Design by Joseph Harker, W.T. Helmsley and W. Hann. Prologue directed by Frank Villiers. Knickerbocker Theatre: 9 Nov 1903-Dec 1903 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Herbert Beaumont, Ruth Berkeley, Frank Bickley, Ernest Cosham, Gertrude Elliott, Johnston Forbes-Robertson, Minnie Griffin, Josephine Harker, Arthur Harrold, Leonard Howe, C. Kinnaird, Guy Lane, Auriol Lee (as "Bessie Broke"), Leon Quartermaine, Georgette Serville, George Sumner. Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.

(1904) Stage: Appeared in "Hamlet" on Broadway. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Johnston Forbes-Robertson. Knickerbocker Theatre: 8 Mar 1904-Apr 1904 (closing date unknown/28 performances). Cast: H. Beaumont, Morton Bennett, Frank Bickley, Ernest Cosham, West Drayton, Gertrude Elliott (as "Ophelia, Daughter to Polonius"), Jennie Eustace (as "Gertrude, Queen of Denmark and mother to Hamlet"), Johnston Forbes-Robertson (as "Hamlet, Son to the late, and Nephew to the present King"), Arthur Harrold, N. Howard, Leonard Howe, C. Kinnaird, Guy Lane (as "Polonius, Lord Chamberlain"), Auriol Lee, S. MacDonald, S.T. Pearce, Leon Quartermaine (as "Laertes, Son to Polonius"), Ian Robertson (as "Claudius, King of Denmark"), J.R. Ryan, S. Thompson. Produced by Klaw & Erlanger. NOTE: (1) This was Johnston Forbes-Robertson's debut as Hamlet in New York. (2) Produced by Hepworth Films (UK) on film as Hamlet (1913) starring Johnston Forbes-Robertson, distributed by Gaumont.

(1907). Stage Play: The Morals of Marcus. Written by William J. Locke [credited as William J. Locke] (earliest Broadway credit). Criterion Theatre: 18 Nov 1907- Dec 1907 (closing date unknown/44 performances). Cast: Eda Bruna, Ivo Dawson, Marie Doro, William Evans, Beatrice Forbes-Robertson, Alice Gale, Alexander King, Kate Meeks, Ethel Morrey, Alice Neal, Leonore Palmer, Forrest Robinson, C. Aubrey Smith, Mrs. J.P. West. Produced by Charles Frohman. Note: Filmed by Famous Players Film Company [distributed by Paramount Pictures] as The Morals of Marcus (1915) [starring Marie Doro as "Carlotta"], and by Realart Pictures Corporation [distributed by Paramount Pictures] as Morals (1921).

(1911) Stage: Appeared in "The Runaway" on Broadway.

(1914). Stage Play: The Legend of Leonora. Written by J.M. Barrie. Empire Theatre: 5 Jan 1914- May 1914 (closing date unknown/136 performances). Cast: Maude Adams, Willard Barton, James L. Carhart (as "Juryman"), Robert Peyton Carter (as "Mr. Lebetter"), Elise Clarens (as "Lady Peripety"), Arthur Fitzgerald (as "Foreman of Jury"), George B. Hubbard (as "Policeman"), Arthur Lewis, Morton Selten [credited as Mosrton Selton] (as "Sir Roderick Peripety"), Byron Silvers (as "Railway Guard"), C. Aubrey Smith (as "Captain Rottray, R.N."), Edwin Wilson (as "Messenger"). Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1914) Stage: Appeared in "Evidence" on Broadway. Written by 'J. duRocher MacPherson' and 'L. du Rocher MacPherson'. Lyric Theatre: 7 Oct 1914-Oct 1914 (closing date unknown/21 performances). Cast: J.W. Austin, Cyril Biddulph, Viva Birkett, Phyllis Burrington, Frank Gilmore, Leonard Grey, Stapleton Kent, Fred W. Permain, Cecilia Radclyffe, Alice Sheffield, Reggie Sheffield, Allen Thomas, Fred Welsh, Haidee Wright, Stanley Wyndham.

(1914) Stage: Appeared in "The Lie" on Broadway.

(1923). Stage Play: Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary. Comedy. Written by St. John Ervine. Scenic Design by Ernest Gros. Lighting Design by Louis Hartman. Directed by David Belasco. Belasco Theatre: 11 Sep 1923- Nov 1923 (closing date unknown/86 performances). Cast: Gladys Burgess (as "Ellen"), Audrey Cameron (as "Jenny"), Orlando Daly (as "Rev. Canon Peter Considine, M.A."), Florence Edney (as "Miss Mimms"), Mrs. Fiske (as "Mary Westlake"), Winifred Fraser (as "Mrs. Considine"), A.P. Kaye (as "Mr. Hobbs"), Naoe Kondo (as "Tori"), Francis Lister (as "Geoffrey"), Lennox Pawle (as "Mr. Beeby"), C. Aubrey Smith (as "Sir Henry Considine, K.C.M.G."), Nora Swinburne (as "Sheila"). Produced by David Belasco. Produced by arrangement with Harrison Grey Fiske.

(1926). Stage Play: The Constant Wife. Comedy. Written by W. Somerset Maugham. Directed by Gilbert Miller. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 29 Nov 1926- 13 Aug 1927 (296 performances). Cast: Ethel Barrymore (as "Constance Middleton"), Thomas A. Braidon, Frank Conroy (as "Bernard Kersal, a friend"), Walter Kingsford (as "Mortimer Durham, Marie-Louise's husband"), Jeannette Sherwin (as "Barbara Fawcett, a friend"), C. Aubrey Smith (as "John Middleton, F.R.C.S. Constance's husband"), Verree Teasdale (as "Marie-Louise Durham, a friend"), Mabel Terry-Lewis, Cora Witherspoon (as "Martha Culver"). Produced by Charles Frohman Inc.

(1928). Stage Play: The Bachelor Father. Comedy. Written by Edward Childs Carpenter. Directed by David Belasco. Belasco Theatre: 28 Feb 1928- Oct 1928 closing date unknown/263 performances). Cast: Howard Bouton (as "Dick Berney"), Adriana Dori (as "Maria Credaro"), David Glassford (as "Francis Keating, M.D."), Kitty Gray (as "Hortense"), Maryland Jarbeau (as "Jennie"), Geoffrey Kerr (as "John Ashley"), Harriett Lorraine (as "Bianca Credaro"), Rex O'Malley (as "Geoffrey Trent"), Thomas Reynolds (as "Roberts"), George Riddell (as "Larkin"), Viola Roache (as "Kate Trent"), C. Aubrey Smith (as "Sir Basil Winterton, V.C., K.C.B., K.C.G.M., K.W."), June Walker (as "Antoinette "Tony" Flagg"). Produced by David Belasco. Note: Filmed as The Bachelor Father (1931), and The Bachelor Father (1935) [Sweden].

(1941). Stage Play: Spring Again. Written by Isabel Leighton and Bertram Bloch. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Henry Miller's Theatre (moved to The Playhouse Theatre from 10 Jan 1942- close): 10 Nov 1941- 10 Jan 1942 (241 performances). Cast: Ann Andrews (as "Edith Weybright"), Betty Breckenridge (as "Elizabeth"), Joseph Buloff (as "William Auchinschloss"), Jayne Meadows [credited as Jayne Cotter] (as "Millicent Cornish") [Broadway debut], John Craven (as "Tom Cornish"), Lawrence Fletcher (as "L.J. O'Connor"), Grace George (as "Nell Carter"), Robert Keith (as "Dr. Lionel Carter"), Ben Lackland (as "Robert Reynolds"), Joe Patterson (as "Bell Boy"), C. Aubrey Smith (as "Halstead Carter"), George Spelvin Jr. (as "Western Union Boy"), Richard Stevenson (as "Girard Weybright"), Michael Strong (as "Joe Crumb"), William Talman (as "Arnold Greaves"). Produced by Guthrie McClintic.

(1941) He acted in John Galsworthy's play, "Old English," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts.

(1941) He acted in John Galsworthy's play, "Old English," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey. Frank Carrington and Agnes Morgan were directors.

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