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Broadway actress and producer. Active on Broadway in the following productions:

Ripples (1930). Musical comedy. Music by Oscar Levant and Albert Sirmay. Book by William Anthony McGuire. Lyrics by Irving Caesar and Graham John. Musical Director: Gus Salzer. Choreographed by William Holbrook and Mary Read. Scenic Design by Joseph Urban. Costume Design by Charles Le Maire and James Reynolds. Directed by William Anthony McGuire. New Amsterdam Theatre: 11 Feb 1930- 29 Mar 1930 (55 performances). Cast: Edward Allen, Sally Anderson, Myrtle Arnette, Peggy Bancroft, Dorothy Bond, Helen Cant, Joe Carroll, Colonel Casper, Mildred Clark, Charles Collins, May Cornes, Arthur Cunningham, Anna May Dennehy, Major Doyle, Carl Duart, Ann East, Floyd English, Ruth Farrar, Eddie Foy Jr. (as "Corporal Jack Sterling"), Gaby France, Collette Frances, Helene Franz, Evelyn Greer, Kathleen Gue, Helene Haskin, Althea Heinly, Kathryn Hereford, Pearl Hight, Winnie Hollingshead, Elsie Holt, Gladys Holt, Grace Holt, Ann Horace, Charles Hoy, Elizabeth Hoy, Helen Hoy, Marguerite Hoy, Raymond Hunt, Ray Johnson, William Kerschell, Lillian Lorray, Prince Ludwig, Ned Lynn, Charles Mast, Beth Milton, Robert Milton, Frank Packerd, Paul Paulus, Adolph Piccolo, Nickie Pittell, Del Porter, Margaret Porter, Margaret Purple, Marjorie Purple, Ethel Raye, Richard Renaud, Florence Rice, Herbert Rice, Dimples Riede, Lily Riley, Wilma Roeloff, Iris Smith, J. Marshall Smith, Roslyn Smith, Dwight Snyder, Peggy Sowden, Dorothy Stone (as "Ripples"), Fred Stone, Mrs. Fred Stone, Paula Stone, Andrew Tombes (as "John Pillsbury"), Rosalie Trego, Nina Valero, Kathleen VanNoy, Mary Grace Van Noy, Robert Vreeland, Alma Walker, Doris Waterworth, Claire Wayne, Jean Wayne, Hilda Winstanley. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.

A Church Mouse (1933). Comedy (revival).

The Red Mill (1945). Musical.

Sweethearts (1947). Musical comedy.

Top Banana (1951). Musical comedy.

Carnival in Flanders (1953). Musical comedy.

Rumple (1957). Musical comedy.


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