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(1901- 1950). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1901). Stage Play: A Message from Mars. Drama. Written by Richard Ganthoney. Garrick Theatre: 7 Oct 1901- Mar 1902 (closing date unknown/184 performances). Cast: Charles Hawtrey (as "Horace Parker") [Broadway debut], W. Ashton (as "Watchman"), Edward Barrow (as "Mr. Carruthers"), Jessie Bateman (as "Minnie Templer"), Arthur Burne (as "Dr. Chapman"), Adie Burt (as "Polly"), H. Colman (as "Muggeridge"), Master Harold De Becker (as "The Emperor"), Marie De Becker (as "Guest"), Nesta De Becker (as "Girl"), Eric Dudley (as "Mr. Shillingford"), Ethel Hollingshead (as "Bella"), W. Hulbert (as "Guest"), Thomas Kelly (as "Boy"), Lillian Morgan (as "Guest"), Miss Park (as "Guest"), B.W. Parmenter (as "Servant, At Mrs. Clarence's"), Bella Pateman (as "Miss Parker"), Robert Pateman (as "A Tramp"), Edgar Payne (as "Mr. Ferguson"), R.G. Pegg (as "Jim"), E. Phillips (as "Paper Boy"), George Pickett (as "Joe the Coster"), Arthur Playfair (as "Policeman"), Lydia Rachel (as "A Poor Woman"), Faith Reynolds (as "A Flower Girl"), Mr. Richards (as "Guest"), Florence Sinclair (as "Mrs. Clarence"), Henry Stephenson (as "The Messenger from Mars") [Broadway debut], E.W. Tarver (as "Arthur Dicey"), F. Walters (as "Sir Edward Vivian"), Wallace Widdicombe [credited as Wallace Widdecombe] (as "Sir Roland Wright"). Produced by Charles Frohman. Note: Filmed twice as A Message from Mars (1913), and A Message from Mars (1921).

(1903). Stage Play: A Message from Mars. Drama (revival). Written by Richard Ganthoney. Criterion Theatre: 30 Mar 1903- May 1903 (closing date unknown/56 performances). Cast: Charles Hawtrey (as "Horace Parker"), W. Ashton, Hetta Bartlett, Frances Belmont, Adie Burt, Nannette Comstock, Master Harold De Becker, Marie De Becker, Nesta De Becker, Gilbert Douglas, Eric Dudley, W. Hulbert, Emmet Lennon, Lillian Morgan, Master Thomas Morris, B.W. Parmenter, Edgar Payne, R.G. Pegg, E. Phillips, George Pickett, Arthur Playfair, Lydia Rachel, Henry Stephenson, E.W. Tarver, Fred Thorne, F. Walters, Wallace Widdicombe. Produced by Charles Frohman. Note: Filmed twice as A Message from Mars (1913), and A Message from Mars (1921).

(1903). Stage Play: The Man from Blankley's. Written by F. Anstey. Criterion Theatre: 16 Sep 1903- Nov 1903 (closing date unknown/79 performances). Cast: Fanny Brough, Adie Burt, E. Holman Clark [credited as Holman Clark], Alice De Winton, Vere Gerald, Charles Hawtrey, Mabel Henry, Henry Kemble, Arthur Playfair, Eben Plympton, Lydia Rachel, Faith Reynolds, Herbert Ross, Maude Shelton, Henry Stephenson. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1904). Stage Play: Saucy Sally. Farce. Written by F.C. Burnand. Lyceum Theatre: 4 Apr 1904- Apr 1904 (closing date unknown/28 performances). Cast: Frances Belmont, Julia Booth, Fanny Brough, Charles Hawtrey, Ethel Hollingshead, Arthur Playfair, E.A. Plumpton, Faith Reynolds, Henry Stephenson, E.W. Tarver, Fred Thorne, Wallace Widdecombe. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1906). Stage Play: Mr. Hopkinson. Comedy. Written by R.C. Carton. Savoy Theatre: 12 Feb 1906- 1 Apr 1906 (113 performances). Cast: Dallas Welford (as "Mr. Hopkinson") [Broadway debut], Charles Crawford, Robert Druce, Lewis Fielder, Elinor Foster, Annie Hughes, Fred Lewis, Henry Stephenson, Howard Sturge, Olive Templeton. Produced by Curzon & Hackett.

(1910). Stage Play: Pillars of Society (Revival). Written by Henrik Ibsen. Lyceum Theatre: 28 Mar 1910- Apr 1910 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Holbrook Blinn (as "Karsten Bernick"), Wilfred Buckland (as "Vigeland"), Cyril Chadwick (as "Hilmar Tonnesen"), Mrs. Fiske (as "Lona Hessel"), T.N. Heffron (as "Sandstad"), Alice John (as "Martha Bernick"), Gregory Kelly (as "Olaf"), Virginia Kline (as "Mrs. Bernick"), Sheldon Lewis (as "Aune"), Edward MacKay (as "Johan Tonnesen"), Merle Maddern (as "Dina Dorf"), Veda McEvers (as "Mrs. Lynge"), Fuller Mellish (as "Rummel"), Mabel Reed (as "Mrs. Rummel"), Henry Stephenson (as "Dr. Rorlund"), R.W. Tucker (as "Krap"), Helena Van Brugh (as "Hilda Rummel"). Produced by Harrison Grey Fiske.

(1910). Stage Play: Hannele. Written by Gerhart Hauptmann. Translated by Mary J. Saffird. Lyceum Theatre: 11 Apr 1910- Apr 1910 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Florine Arnold, Holbrook Blinn, Wilfred Buckland, Mrs. Fiske, T.N. Heffron, Alice John, Virginia Kline, Sheldon Lewis, Edward MacKay, Merle Maddern, Veda McEvers, Fuller Mellish, Mabel Reed, Paul Scardon, Henry Stephenson, R.W. Tucker, Helena Van Brugh. Produced by Harrison Grey Fiske.

(1910). Stage Play: The Green Cockatoo. Written by Arthur Schnitzler. Translated by Philip Little and George Rublee. Lyceum Theatre: 11 Apr 1910- Apr 1910 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Holbrook Blinn, Wilfred Buckland, Cyril Chadwick, Alice John, Gregory Kelly, Sheldon Lewis, Edward MacKay, Merle Maddern, Harold Matthews, Veda McEvers, Owen Meech, Fuller Mellish, Robert Owen, Paul Scardon, Henry Stephenson, R.W. Tucker, Helena Van Brugh. Produced by Harrison Grey Fiske.

(1911). Stage Play: Becky Sharp. Comedy (revival). Written by Langdon Mitchell. Based on "Vanity Fair" by William Makepeace Thackeray. Lyceum Theatre: 20 Mar 1911- Apr 1911 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Thomas Clifton, Henry E. Dixey (as "The Marquis of Steyne"), Robert V. Ferguson (as "Sir Pitt Crawley"), Minnie Maddern Fiske [credited as Mrs. Fiske] (as "Becky Sharp"), William Gordon, Ralph Harlow, Herbert Holt, Lewis Howard, Gregory Kelly, Reginald Mason, Henry Mathewson, George McLeod, Owen Meech, Harold Russell, Paul Scardon, Ivan F. Simpson, Henry Stephenson (as "Rawdon Crawley"). Note: Filmed by Pioneer Pictures Corporation [distributed by RKO Radio Pictures] as Becky Sharp (1935).

(1912). Stage Play: Lady Patricia. Comedy. Written by Rudolph Besier. Empire Theatre: 26 Feb 1912- Mar 1912 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Leslie Faber (as "Michael Cosway"), Mrs. Fiske (as "Lady Patricia Cosway"), Emily Fitzroy (as "Mrs. O'Farrell"), Maude Gilbert (as "Clare Lesley"), Lewis Howard (as "Ellis"), Shelly Hull (as "Bill O'Farrell"), Frederick Rolland (as "Robert"), Ernest Stallard (as "Baldwin"), Henry Stephenson, Cyril Young (as "John"). Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1912). Stage Play: Hawthorne of the U.S.A. Written by James B. Fagan. Astor Theatre: 4 Nov 1912- Jan 1913 (closing date unknown/72 performances). Cast: Martin L. Alsop (as "Prince Vladimir"), Douglas Fairbanks (as "Anthony Hamilton Hawthorne"), Irene Fenwick (as "Princess Irma Augusta Elizabeth Overitch"), Ruth Allen, Eric Blind, Sam Hardy, Rapley Holmes, Wallie Howe [credited as Walter Howe], Walter Leonard Howe, Annie Hughes, Louis Le Bey, W. Mayne Lynton, Allan Pollock, Frederick Powell, Legai Robinson, Ivan F. Simpson, Henry Stephenson. Produced by Cohan & Harris. Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures as _Hawthorne of the U.S.A._(1919) as a Wallace Reid vehicle.

(1913). Stage Play: Nan.

(1913). Stage Play: The Five Frankfurters. Written by Basil Hood [final Broadway credit], from the German of Carl Rossler. 39th Street Theatre: 3 Mar 1913- May 1913 (closing date unknown/88 performances). Cast: Alma Belwin, Lois Frances Clark, Mathilde Cottrelly, Pedro de Cordoba, Marjorie Dore, Edward Emery, Frank Goldsmith, Evelyn Hill, Walter Kingsford, Noel Leslie [Broadway debut], Frank Losee (as "Solomon"), Edward MacKay, John Sainpolis, Henry Stephenson, H. David Todd. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1913). Stage Play: Much Ado About Nothing.

(1913). Stage Play: The Love Leash. Written by Anna Steese Richardson and Edmund Breese. Directed by Joseph P. Bickerton Jr. Harris Theatre: 20 Oct 1913- Nov 1913 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Elliott Dexter, Bernard Fairfax, Grace Filkins, Maud Granger, Paul Ker, Lawrence C. Knapp, Anne Meredith, Isabel Richards, Henry Stephenson, Harry Stevens. Produced by New Era Producing Co.

(1914). Stage Play: Kitty Mackay. Written by Catherine Chisholm Cushing. Directed by William Elliott. Comedy Theatre: Comedy Theatre: 7 Jan 1914- Sep 1914 (closing date unknown/278 performances). Cast: Stapleton Kent, Clarice Laurence, Eleanor Scott L'Estelle, Carl Lyle, Molly McIntyre (as "Kitty McNab"), Margaret Nybloc (as "Mag"), Eugene O'Brien (as "Lt. Davis Graham"), Roland Rushton, Ernest Stallard (as "Sandy McNab'), Henry Stephenson, Carrie Lee Stoyle (as "Mrs. McNab"), John Thompson, Kate Wingfield. Produced by William Elliott. Notes: (1) Considered a smash hit by contemporary standards. (2) Filmed by The Vitagraph Company of America [distributed by Greater Vitagraph (V-L-S-E)] as Kitty MacKay (1917).

(1915). Stage Play: Under Fire.

(1916). Stage Play: Bunny.

(1916). Stage Play: Justice. Written by John Galsworthy. Candler Theatre: 3 Apr 1916- Jul 1916 (closing date unknown/104 performances). Cast: John Barrymore (as "William Falder"), F. Cecil Butler, Wallis Clark, Cecil Clovelly (as "Sweedle"), Charles Dodsworth, Charles Francis, Walter Geer, Rupert Harvey, O.P. Heggie (as "Robert Cokeson"), Warren F. Hill, Lester Lonergan, Thomas Louden, John S. O'Brien, Henry Stephenson (as "James How"), Ashton Tonge, Watson White. Produced by Corey-Williams-Riter, Inc.

(1917). Stage Play: Lilac Time. Written by Jane Cowl and Jane Murfin. Theatre Republic: 6 Feb 1917- Jul 1917 (closing date unknown/176 performances). Cast: Michelette Burani, Orme Caldara, Louise Coleman, Jane Cowl, Henry Crocker, Emile Detramont, Guilliame Deux, Charles Esdale, Lawrence Grant, Charles Hampden, Harry Hanlon, Felix Krembs, Mayne Lynton [credited as W. Mayne Lynton], Cecil Owen, Henry Stephenson, Cecil Yapp. Produced by Selwyn & Co. Note: Filmed as Lilac Time (1928).

(1918). Stage Play: Information Please. Written by Jane Cowl and Jane Murfin. Selwyn Theatre: 2 Oct 1918- Nov 1918 (closing date unknown/46 performances). Cast: Clifford Brooke [credited as Clifford Brook], Alan Brooks, Orme Caldara, Viola Compton, Malcolm Duncan, Jules Epailly, Hetty Graham, Harry Hanlon, Jack McKee, Cecil Owen, Robert Rendel, Helen Salinger, Henry Stephenson, Blanche Yurka. Produced by Selwyn & Co. Note: Filmed by Constance Talmadge Film Company [A John Emerson-Anita Loos Production] (distributed by First National Exhibitors' Circuit) as A Temperamental Wife (1919).

(1918). Stage Play: The Crowded Hour. Written by Edgar Selwyn and Channing Pollock. Selwyn Theatre: 22 Nov 1918- Mar 1919 (closing date unknown/139 performances). Cast: Franklyn Ardell, Andy Aubrey, John Black, Michelette Burani, Orme Caldara, Henry Call, Jane Cowl, Jules Epailly, Mabel Godding, Sidney Hall, George LeSoir, Christine Norman, Burni Prevost, Cyril Raymond, Rae Selwyn, Henry Stephenson, Edward Tierney. Produced by Selwyn & Co.Produced by Selwyn & Co. Note: Filmed by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation [distributed by Paramount Pictures] as The Crowded Hour (1925).

(1920). Stage Play: Spanish Love. Drama. Written by Avery Hopwood and Mary Roberts Rinehart. Adapted from the work of Josep Feliú i Codina, Carlos de Battle and Antonin Lavergne. Music by H. Maurice Jacquet. Directed by Thomas Coffin Cooke. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 17 Aug 1920- May 1921 (closing date unknown/308 performances). Cast: Luigi Alteri, Maria Ascarra, Kenyon Bishop, Ione Bright (as "Fuensantica"), Ofelia Calvo, Juanita Canos, Marguerite Carmen, Manuel Cato, Flores de Castanos, Frank de Nicolis, Telesfero Del Campo, Victor Hammond, Ben Hendricks Jr. (as "Pepuso"), Wallace Hickman, Paul Huber (as "Andres"), Josef Lidestri, Jasper Mangione, Vincent Martinez, Richard Morrisey, Joaquin Ortega, Maria Palay, Josephine Perez, Frank Peters, William Powell [credited as William H. Powell] (as "Javier"), James Rennie (as "Pencho", Margaret Shelley, Henry Stephenson (as "Domingo"), Vincent Surez, Manolo Thestino, Gus C. Weinburg, Russ Whytal (as "Don Fulgencio"). Produced by Wagenhals and Collin Kemper.

(1922). Stage Play: The Fool.

(1924). Stage Play: Dancing Mothers.

(1925). Stage Play: The Pelican. Written by F. Tennyson Jesse [final Broadway credit] and H.M. Harwood. Directed by Frederick Kerr [credited as Fred Kerr]. Times Square Theatre: 21 Sep 1925- Nov 1925 (closing date unknown/65 performances). Cast: Jose Alessandro (as "Paul Lauzun"), Robert Andrews (as "Robin"), Harry Bates (as "Shaw"), Sybil Carlisle (as "Lady Heriot"), Alice Fleming (as "Anna"), Chris Humphreys (as "Marcus Heriot"), Frederick Kerr [credited as Fred Kerr] (as "Gen. Sir John Heriot, Bart."), Cynthia Latham (as "Hermione Blundell"), Margaret Lawrence (as "Wanda Heriot"), 'Henry Stephenson' qv) (as "Charles Cheriton"), 'Ashton Tonge' (as "Beadon"). Produced by A.H. Woods.

(1926). Stage Play: Magda (Revival).

(1926). Stage Play: The Adorable Liar. Comedy. Written by Roy Briant and Harry Durant. Directed by Edgar Selwyn. 49th Street Theatre: 30 Aug 1926- Sep 1926 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Beatrice Blinn (as "Joyce Barry") [Broadway debut], Dorothy Burgess (as "Karith Barry"), Eric Dressler (as "Alan Davis"), William B. Mack (as "Mark Roque"), Mary Horne Morrison, Nelly Neil (as "Tansy Roque"), Henry Stephenson (as "Rupert Barry"), Tom Wise. Produced by Edgar Selwyn.

(1927). Stage Play: The Crown Prince. Romance. Written by Zoe Akins. From the Hungarian of Ernest Vajda. Directed by Lawrence Marston. Forrest Theatre: 23 Mar 1927- May 1927 (closing date unknown/45 performances). Cast: Arthur Bowyer (as "Meyer"), Dennis Cleugh (as "Personal Lackey"), Mary Ellis (as "Anna"), Ferdinand Gottschalk (as "Herr Schmitt"), Harold Heaton (as "Adjutant Von Stucken"), Jerome Lawler (as "Vercel"), Samuel Rosen (as "First Lackey"), Henry Stephenson (as "The Emperor"), Kay Strozzi (as "Charlotte"), Basil Sydney (as "The Crown Prince"), C.W. Van Voorhis (as "The Equerry"). Produced by L. Lawrence Weber.

(1927). Stage Play: The Command to Love. Comedy.

(1929). Stage Play: The Love Duel. Comedy.

(1930). Stage Play: Dancing Partner. Comedy. Written by Alexander Engel [final Broadway credit] and Alfred Grünwald. Book adapted by Frederic Hatton and Fanny Hatton. Directed by David Belasco. Belasco Theatre: 5 Aug 1930- Nov 1930 (closing date unknown/119 performances). Cast: Auguste Aramini (as "Armand Perichol"), Suzanne Caubaye (as "Rita-Vera"), Germaine De Renty (as "Fanchon"), Mauricette Ducret (as "Annette Lebrun"), Marie Durand (as "A Floor Maid"), Jules Epailly (as "Raquin"), Charlotte Granville (as "Lady Hartley"), Patrice Gridier (as "Gina"), Paul Heron (as "Louis"), Claudia Morgan (as "The Hon. Gwendolyn Davenham"), Lynne Overman (as "Lord Robert Brummel"), Irene Purcell (as "Roxy"), Thomas Reynolds (as "Nervous Flight Passenger"), Gustave Rolland (as "Pierre"), Ivan Servais (as "Henri Symeux"), Clare St. Clair (as "Vickie"), Henry Stephenson (as "Lord George Hampton"), Percy Woodley (as "A Pilot"). Produced by David Belasco. Note: Filmed by MGM as Just a Gigolo (1931), starring William Haines.


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