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(1903- 1910). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1903). Stage Play: Mr. Pickwick. Musical.

(1903). Stage Play: The Wizard of Oz. Musical.

(1906). Stage Play: The Social Whirl. Musical comedy. Music by Gustav Kerker. Book by Charles Doty and Joseph Herbert. Lyrics by Joseph Herbert. Musical Director: Gustav Kerker. Featuring songs by Anne Caldwell, George A Spink, Charles J. Ross and E. Ray Goetz. Featuring songs with lyrics by George Spink, James O'Dea, C.M.S. McLellan [credited as Hugh Morton], Charles J. Ross and E. Ray Goetz. Directed by R.H. Burnside and Caroline F. Siedle. Casino Theatre: 9 Apr 1906- 15 Sep 1906 (195 performances). Cast: Frances Alexander (as "Chorus"), Madge Allen (as "Chorus"), Marie Arnold (as "Chorus"), E.H. Barlab (as "Chorus"), Frederick Bond (as "James Ellingham"), Elizabeth Brice (as "Babette"), Estelle Christy (as "Chorus"), Alice Clifford (as "Chorus"), Margaret Cobb (as "Chorus"), Eugenie Cole (as "Chorus"), Joseph Coyne (as "Artie Endicott"), Edward Craven (as "Court Clerk/Policeman"), Willard Curtiss (as "Jack Ellingham"), Mr. Deahy (as "Chorus"), Katherine Deay (as "Chorus"), Blanche Deyo (as "Germaine Du Monde"), Irma Dickson (as "Chorus"), Louise Elton (as "Chorus"), Mabel Fenton (as "Mrs. James Ellingham"), Bessie Friganza (as "Chorus"), J. Rider Glynn (as "Wagstaffe/Chorus"), Carolyn Green (as "Chorus"), Charles Halton (as "Lem Hicks/Jacob Enderman"), Marie Hammett (as "Chorus"), Mart E. Heisey (as "Sandy Graham"), Irene Hobson (as "Chorus"), Claudia Hubbard (as "Chorus"), Katherine Hunton (as "Chorus"), Violet Jewell (as "Chorus"), Mr. Kramer (as "Chorus"), Adah Lewis (as "Kittie La Verne"), Caroline Locke (as "Mrs. Hoover Thorpe"), Belle Lorimer (as "Chorus"), Eleanor Lund (as "Chorus"), M. Lutz (as "Chorus"), Paula Marr (as "Chorus"), Edna Mayo (as "Chorus"), Sadie Melles (as "Chorus"), Pauline Neff (as "Chorus"), Almeda Potter (as "Chorus"), Maude Raymond (as "Beezy"), Adele Ritchie (as "Violet Dare"), Mattie Rivenberg (as "Chorus"), Charles J. Ross (as "Julian Endicott"), Della Spray (as "Chorus"), Grace Studdiford (as "Chorus"), Sybilla Thorne (as "Chorus"), Grace Wallis (as "Chorus"), Madge Wallis (as "Chorus"), Beatrice Walsh (as "Chorus"), Lillian Ward (as "Chorus"), M. Wheeler (as "Chorus"), Ethel Wheeler (as "Chorus"), Henry Williams (as "Stable Boy"), Evelyn Wood (as "Chorus"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1907). Stage Play: The Truth. Drama. Written by Clyde Fitch. Directed by Clyde Fitch. Criterion Theatre (moved to the Lyceum Theatre on 29 Jan 1907-close): 7 Jan 1907- Feb 1907 (closing date unknown/34 performances). Cast: Clara Bloodgood (as "Becky Warder"), Elene Foster (as "Laura Fraser"), Fred Harrison (as "Milliner's Employee"), William J. Kelly, William B. Mack (as "Roland"), Zelda Sears (as "Mrs. Crespigny"), Mrs. Sam Sothern, George Spink, Hodgson Taylor. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1907). Stage Play: The Lady from Lane's. Musical. Music by Gustav Kerker. Lyrics by George Broadhurst. Book by George Broadhurst. Featuring "My Old Rocking Chair" by George Spink. Musical numbers under the direction of Lewis Hooper. Directed by Thomas Wise. Lyric Theatre (moved to The Casino Theatre 19 Sep 1907- close): 19 Aug 1907- 26 Sep 1907 (47 performances). Cast: Percy Bronson (as "Arthur Gilbert, Seabright's nephew"), Robert Peyton Carter (as "Wayland Clingstone, one of the boys of long ago"), Ida Hawley (as "Florence Gilbert, Seabright's niece"), Walter Percival (as "Lieutenant King, stationed at Fortress Monroe"), Truly Shattuck (as "Adelaide Forster, (The Lady) from Lane's detective agency"), Thomas Wise (as "Singleton Seabright, who assumes the name of Bassett"), William Barrows (as "Front, who runs the hotel"), Marie Barry (as "Cashier"), John Brander (as "Henry Andrews. a policeman"), Irene Chandler (as "Telephone Girl"), Edna Clark (as "Telephone Girl"), Helen Courtney (as "Telephone Girl"), Mrs. E.A. Eberle (as "Arabella Clingstone, an appropriated angel"), Margaret Fealy (as "Cashier"), Anna Hall (as "Typewriter"), Mary Harris (as "Cashier"), Frank Kelley (as "Johnson, a fearless detective"), Virginia Laurance (as "Telephone Girl"), Georgie Lawrence (as "Mamie Morris/Miss Gilbert's maid"), Myrtle Lawton (as "Cashier"), Arthur Lichty (as "Bell-Boy"), Irene Love (as "Telephone Girl"), John Meagher (as "Porter"), Charles Melville Bell-Boy"), Beula Montroise (as "Telephone Girl"), J.W. Murphy (as "Porter"), Julie Newell (as "Typewriter"), Alice Packard (as "Typewriter"), Lucille Parrish (as "Typewriter"), Eleanor Russell (as "Typewriter"), Harold Russell (as "Porter"), Georgie Sage (as "Telephone Girl"), Mabel Shepherd (as "Cashier"), Edith Sladden (as "Typewriter"), Georgia Snyder (as "Cashier"), Polly Stanley (as "Cashier"), Gertrude Taylor (as "Cashier"), Frank Unger (as "William Darrow/a policeman"), Lionel Walsh (as "Lord Choppentott"), Dorothy Watson (as "Typewriter"), Charles Wedlake (as "Bell-Boy"), Joseph Wells (as "Porter"), Florence Westervelt (as "Telephone Girl"), Edith Williams (as "Telephone Girl"), Frank Williams (as "Bell-Boy"). Produced by Broadhurst & Currie.

(1907). Stage Play: The Hoyden. Musical comedy. Music by Paul Rubens, John L. Golden and Robert Hood Bowers. Lyrics by Paul Rubens, John L. Golden and Robert Hood Bowers. Book by Cosmo Hamilton. Based on "La Soeur" by Tristan Bernard. Musical Director: Robert Hood Bowers. Featuring songs with lyrics by Raymond Peck. Featuring "A Solitary Finish" by Egbert Van Alstyne and Harry Williams. Lyrics for "That's Why I Never Married" with Joseph Cawthorn. Featuring "On the Piazza" by George Spink. Featuring "My Father's Wooden Leg" by Harry Dillon and Joseph Cawthorn. Featuring "Put Me Amongst the Girls" by Dan Lipton and George Arthurs. Directed by Ben Teal. Knickerbocker Theatre (moved to Wallack's Theatre from 2 Dec 1907- 14 Dec 1907, then moved to The Grand Opera House from 27 Jan 1908- close): 19 Oct 1907- 1 Feb 1908 (66 performances). Cast: Nellie Beaumont (as "Ritz Santacierci"), Annie Esmond (as "Miss Herminia Smith"), Elsie Janis (as "Joan Talbot, known as "The Hoyden"/Herself"), Armand Kalisz (as "Dr. Julian Gousse"), Robert Lett (as "Major Algernon Fitzhugh Finch, Retired"), Arthur Stanford (as "Harry Talbot, of London"), Jane Archer (as "Ensemble"), L. Beck (as "Ensemble"), Ellen Beckwith (as "Ensemble"), Leila Benton (as "Beatriz, a guest of the hotel"), E.W. Bosher (as "Ensemble"), J. Brady (as "Ensemble"), S.M. Burbank (as "Ensemble"), Joseph Cawthorn (as "Baron Hugo Weybach"), May Chapin (as "Ensemble"), J.M. Colosanti (as "Ensemble"), Mabel Ballin (as "Gaston"), Isabel D'Armond (as "Henriette, Joan's maid"), Harry Depp (as "Danton"), Libbian Diamond (as "Ensemble"), Della Dolvan (as "Ensemble"), May Emory (as "Elise, a guest of the hotel"), F.R. Fenn (as "Ensemble"), L. Harkins (as "Ensemble"), Bena Hoffman (as "Ensemble"), Kathryn Hutchinson (as "Lucy Talbot"), Daisy Johnstone (as "Ensemble"), La Noveta (as "M'lle La Clairette"), Edith Livingstone (as "Ensemble"), Florence Major (as "Ensemble"), Lillian McMillan (as "Ensemble"), Evelyn Mitchell (as "Nanine, a guest of the hotel"), Bertha Morrell (as "Ensemble"), Mae Murray (as "Ensemble"), Marjorie Norton (as "Bebe, a guest of the hotel/Ensemble"), Eleanor Pendleton (as "Thais Coutier, Rita's friend"), Nita Pierson (as "Nanette, a guest of the hotel"), Clara Pitt (as "Fleurette, guest of the hotel"), Samuel Reed (as "Thomas Talbot. of New York"), J. Robb (as "Ensemble"), Ella Rock (as "Maud de Maulan, Rita's friend"), Jane Rogers (as "Violette, a guest of the hotel"), J. Rose (as "Ensemble"), Elsie Steele (as "Chris Angier, Rita's friend"), W. Toland (as "Ensemble"), Lottie Vernon (as "Marianne, guest of the hotel"), Pauline Walden (as "Ensemble"), Lionel Walsh (as "Hon. Bertie Cecil Grahame, a friend of Harry"), Larry Ward (as "Theobold, a chauffeur"), Robert Ward (as "Louis, a chauffeur"), Dorothy Webb (as "Ensemble"), Lura Wentworth (as "Ensemble"), Minnie Whitmore (as "Ensemble"), W.C. Wood (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Charles B. Dillingham. Produced in association with Charles Frohman.

(1907). Stage Play: The Lancers. Musical. Music by Cecilia Loftus and George Spink. Lyrics by Cecilia Loftus and George Spink. Written by Rida Johnson Young and J. Hartley Manners. from the German of Homer Von Moser and Fritz Von Schoenthan. Featuring "Any Little Girl" by Milton Lusk and H.A. Evans. Featuring "Twinkling Star" by C.P. McDonald and Arthur Gumble. Musical Direction by George Martens. Directed by Frank Smithson. Daly's Theatre: 5 Dec 1907- 14 Dec 1907 (12 performances). Cast: Eileen Anglin, Henry Coote, Phoebe Coyne, Lawrence D'Orsay (as "Captain Cecil Fitzherbert"), Ben Field, Grace Fisher, Cecilia Loftus (as "Marcia Tremaine"), A.H. Van Buren (as "Lieutenant Gordon Willoughby of the 17th Lancers"), Bertram Allen, Leon Bailey, Jane Brown, Theresa Bryant, Doris Cameron, Cyril Chadwick, Margaret Cobb, Violet Curtis, H.B. Eirick, William J. Ellis, J.F. Fitzgerald, Mollie Hall, Hubert Harben, George Hollis, Evelyn Honohan, Harold Kehoe, Stapleton Kent, Arthur R. Lawrence, Edna Merrill, Anna Millward, Percival Norton, Ethel Peyton, Maud Rowland, Suzanne Rusholme, Cyril Sully, Roma Thorne, Fred Tyler, Stella Warner, Lillias Wilde. Produced by Lee Shubert and Sam Shubert. Produced by arrangement with The Augustin Daly Estate.

(1910). Stage Play: Ragged Robin. Musical.

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