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(1914- 1951). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1914). Stage Play: The Highway of Life. Written by Louis N. Parker. Based on "David Copperfield" by Charles Dickens. Wallack's Theatre: 26 Oct 1914- Nov 1914 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Tracy Barrow, Rhoda Beresford, J.V. Bryant, Alfred Bucklaw, Emma Chambers, Lionel Deane, J.H. Green, John Healy, Edyth Latimer, Prince Miller, Fred Nichols, Dorothy Parker, Leslie Ryecroft, Bouve Souther, Vernon Steele, Philip Tonge [Broadway debut], Eva Vincent. Produced by Liebler & Co.

(1915). Stage Play: Romeo and Juliet. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Jacques Coini. 44th Street Theatre: 22 Nov 1915- Dec 1915 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Hamilton Deane, Charles Francis, Burton French, William Kitteredge, Richard Lace, Frederick Lewis (as "Mercutio, kinsman to the prince and friend to Romeo"), Barry Macollum [Broadway debut], Eric Maxon, Martha Mayo, Fuller Mellish (as "Friar Laurence, a Franciscan"), Ffolliott Paget (as "Nurse to Juliet"), George Relph, Douglas Rose, Harold Skinner, Khyva St. Albans, Philip Tonge. Produced by David Chanler Dramatic Co.

(1917). Stage Play: Gamblers All. Written by Max Martindale. Directed by Edward C. Browne and Percy Burton. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 1 Jan 1917- Jan 1917 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Edward C. Browne, Charles Chappelle, Arthur Chesney, Elwyn Eaton, Mona Hungerford, Arthur Laceby, Ernita Lascelles, John Miltern, W.J. Parker, Florence Phelps, Charles Shannon, Maud Snyder, Ronald Squire, Muriel Starr, Estelle Thebaud, Philip Tonge. Produced by Percy Burton.

(1917). Stage Play: Grasshopper. Written by Padraic Colum and Mrs. F.E. Washburn-Freund. Adapted from the play by Baron Keyserling. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 7 Apr 1917- Apr 1917 (closing date unknown/3 performances). Cast: Edward Broadley, John P. Campbell, F.K. Cowley, Mrs. Dudley Digges, Thomas Donnelly, Warren Hill, Eileen Huban, Lillian Jago, Yvonne Jarrette, Adele Klaer, Philip Loeb, Jane Ross, Nellie Peck Saunders, H. Ashton Tonge, Philip Tonge, Charles Webster. Produced by Iden Payne.

(1918). Stage Play: The New Word (Revival). Written by J.M. Barrie. Empire Theatre: 6 May 1918- Jun 1918 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Mary Balfour, Winifred Fraser, E. Lyall Swete, Philip Tonge. Produced by Charles Frohman Inc.

(1918). Stage Play: Peter's Mother. Written by Mrs. Henry De La Pasture. Directed by Lumsden Hare. Playhouse Theatre: 29 Oct 1918- Nov 1918 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Herbert Belmore, Lillian Brennard, Lumsden Hare, Walter Howe, Selene Johnson, Katherine Lorimer, Gypsy O'Brien, Charles A. Stevenson, Katherine Stewart, Philip Tonge, Frederick Truesdell. Produced by William A. Brady.

(1921). Stage Play: Bluebeard's Eighth Wife. Comedy. Book adapted by Charlton Andrews. Based on the French of Alfred Savoir. Directed by Lester Lonergan and Robert Milton. Ritz Theatre: 19 Sep 1921- Feb 1922 (closing date unknown/155 performances). Cast: Barry Baxter (as "Albert De Marceau"), Edmund Breese (as "John Brandon"), Ina Claire (as "Monna"), Jules Epailly (as "M. Kay"), Leonore Harris (as "Mlle. George"), Anne Meredith (as "Lucienne"), Ernest Stallard (as "The Marquis de Briac"), Philip Tonge (as "A Secretary"). Produced by William Harris Jr.

(1922). Stage Play: The Bunch and Judy. Musical comedy. Music by Jerome Kern. Book by Anne Caldwell and Hugh Ford. Lyrics by Anne Caldwell. Music orchestrated by Stephen Jones. Musical Director: Victor Baravalle. Scenic Design by Frank E. Gates and Edward A. Morange. Costume Design by Wanamaker, Paul Poiret and George Barbier. Directed by Fred G. Latham. Globe Theatre: 28 Nov 1922- 20 Jan 1923 (63 performances). Cast: Helen Allen, Adele Astaire (as "Judy Jordan/Paulina"), Fred Astaire (as "Gerald Lane/Antonio"), Roberta Beatty (as "Lady Janet"), Marie Brady, Maurice Chapman, Mabel Claire (as "Tessa"), Patrice Clark, Betty Cline, Lola Curtis, Ursula Dale, Clifford Daly, Roger Davis, Delano Dell, Hazel Donnelly, Johnny Dooley (as "Otto Steger/Rocco"), Ray Dooley (as "Evie Dallas/Lizetta"), Helyn Eby Rock, Louis Emery, Gertrude Feeley, Carol Flower, Margery Flynn, Marie Francis, Gladys Goldwin, Chester Grady, Edward Graham, Ona Hamilton, Grace Hayes, Bertha Holley, Jack Hughes, Eleanor Ladd, Doris Landy, Edna Locke, Madelyn Lombard, J.M. McKenzie, W. McLellan, Alida Middlecoat, Augustus Minton, Kathleen Mullane, Kenneth Munro, Elaine Palmer, Lee Patrick (as "Ensemble") [Broadway debut], Mary Pearce, Thomas Wigney Percyval (as "Foxhall Davidson"), Louise Powell, Eugene Revere (as "Kelly"), Charles Roberts, Adelaide Robinson, Rita Royce, Lydia Scott, Mildred Sinclair, Jet Stanley, Clifford Stone, George Tawde (as "Robin"), Philip Tonge (as "Lord Kinlock"), Al Watson, George Wharton, Lillian White (as "Marguerite de Belmont"), Ruth White (as "Estelle"), Billie Wilcox, R.H. Wilder. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.

(1925). Stage Play: The School for Scandal. Comedy (revival). Written by Richard B. Sheridan. Knickerbocker Theatre: 6 Dec 1925 (1 performance). Cast: Romaine Callender (as "Snake"), May Collins (as "Lady Teazle"), Henrietta Crosman (as "Mrs. Candour"), Joseph Dale (as "Joseph Surface"), Jefferson De Angelis (as "Moses"), Ben Field (as "Sir Oliver Surface"), O.P. Heggie (as "Sir Peter Teazle"), Mary Hone (as "Maria"), Julia Hoyt (as "Lady Sneerwell"), Ian Hunter (as "Charles Surface"), Anthony Kemble-Cooper (as "Trip"), Arthur Lewis (as "Mr. Crabtree"), Neil Martin (as "Sir Benjamin Backbite"), Brian O'Neil, William Seymour (as "Rowley"), Harold Thomas (as "Sir Toby"), Philip Tonge (as "Careless"). Produced by George C. Tyler and Basil Dean.

(1927). Stage Play: Lombardi, Ltd. Comedy (revival). Written by Frederic Hatton and Fanny Hatton. Directed by Cecil Owen. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 6 Jun 1927- Jun 1927 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Marion Abbott, Leo Carrillo (as "Tito Lombardi") [final Broadway role], Evelyn Carter Carrington, Helen Dedens, Eunice Hunt, Adele Le Roy, Beresford Lovett, Marion Martin, Audrey Ridgewell [credited as Audrey Ridgwell], Arthur Ross, John Saunders, Edward Shaw, Philip Tonge (as "Riccardo Tosello"), Rita Vale (as "Phyllis Manning"), Barbara Weeks (as "Eloise"). Produced by Murray Phillips' Repertory Theatre and Murray Phillips.

(1927). Stage Play: Interference. Written by Roland Pertwee and Harold Dearden. Directed by Campbell Gullan. Empire Theatre: 18 Oct 1927- May 1928 (closing date unknown/224 performances). Cast: Alfred Ayre (as "Fred"), Charles Dalton (as "Chief Inspector Haines"), F.H. Day (as "Joseph Craghurst"), Phoebe Foster (as "Faith Marlay"), Winifred Fraser (as "Mrs. Florence Rooke"), Ethel Griffies (as "Mrs. Barme"), Colin Hunter (as "P.C. Cleaver"), Elsie Landford (as "Barbara Marlay"), Arthur Lewis (as "Childers"), Kathlene MacDonell (as "Deborah Kane"), A.E. Matthews (as "Philip Voaze"), Horace Sinclair (as "Doctor Puttock"), Oscar Stirling (as "Detective Sergeant Bourne"), Philip Tonge (as "Al Lavery"), John Williams (as "Douglas Helder"), Arthur Wontner (as "Sir John Marlay, M.D."). Produced by Gilbert Miller.

(1928). Stage Play: In Love With Love. Comedy. Written by Vincent Lawrence. Directed by Joseph E. Shea. Cosmopolitan Theatre: 14 May 1928- May 1928 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Flavia Arcaro (as "Julia"), Margaret Borough (as "Marion Sears"), Percy Helton (as "Robert Metcalf"), Miriam Meehan (as "Ann Jordan"), Philip Tonge (as "Frank Oakes"), Brandon Tynan, Marshall Vincent. Produced by Joseph E. Shea.

(1931). Stage Play: The Bellamy Trial. Drama. Written by Frances Noyes Hart and Frank E. Carstarphen. Based on a novel by Frances Noyes Hart. Directed by E.E. Clive. 48th Street Theatre: 22 Apr 1931- May 1931 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Herbert Belmore (as "Doctor Stanley"), Philippa Bevans (as "Margaret Dunne"), Hannam Clark (as "Randolph Phillips"), E.E. Clive (as "Mr. Lambert"), Ian Emery (as "Douglas Thorne"), Fred Eric (as "Mr. Farr"), Charles Esdale (as "Doctor Gabriel Barretti"), Nat Foss (as "Court Clerk"), Ben Hoagland (as "Patrick Ives"), Alexander Leftwich (as "Court Attendant"), Clara Mahr (as "Melanie Cordier"), Viola Roache (as "Mrs. Daniel Ives "), Ralph Roberts (as "The Judge"), Wilfred Seagram, Henry Sherwood, Ellen Southbrook, Philip Tonge (as "Stephen Bellamy"). Produced by E.E. Clive.

(1931). Stage Play: The Good Companions. Comedy. Written by J.B. Priestley and Edward Knoblock. Based on the novel by J.B. Priestley. Directed by Julian Wylie. 49th Street Theatre: 1 Oct 1931- Nov 1931 (closing date unknown/68 performances). Cast: J.C. Aubrey (as "Fauntley/The Ginger Policeman/Mr. Gooch"), James Baber (as "Monte Mortimer"), Matthew Boulton (as "Sam Oglethorpe/Linoleum Man/A Reporter"), George Carney (as "Jess Oakroyd"), Norah Wyn Clare (as "Effie Longstaffe/Elsie Longstaffe"), Mildred Cottell (as "Mrs. Oakroyd/Lady Partlit"), Roy Emerton (as "Summers/Joe Brundit"), Wallace Evennett (as "Mr. Tarvin/Jimmy Nunn"), Boyd Gilmour (as "The Dulver Family"), Henry Hallatt (as "Morton Mitcham"), Basil Hanbury (as "Mr. Dulver/Railway Porter"), Robert Harrigan (as "Leonard Oakroyd/Professor Miro/A Photographer"), Ernest Jay (as "Joby Jackson/Mr. Pitzner"), James Jolly (as "A Waiter/Landlord of the Crown, Gatford"), Max Kirby (as "Albert Tuggeridge/Jerry Jerningham"), Vera Lennox (as "Susie Dean"), Isabel Ohmead (as "Mrs. Tarvin/Mrs. Joe"), Frank Petley (as "The Landlord at Tumbleby/Envelope Man/Ridvers"), Minnie Pine (as "The Dulver Family"), Ann Pinner (as "The Dulver Family"), Frank Terry (as "The Dulver Family") [credited as Walter Plinge], Hugh Sinclair (as "Inigo Jollifant"), Marcella Swenson (as "Ethel Georgia"), Valerie Taylor, Lillian B. Tonge (as "Mrs. Mounders"), Philip Tonge (as "The Dulver Family"). Produced by Lee Shubert.

(1931). Stage Play: The Lady with a Lamp. Drama. Written by Reginald Berkeley. Directed by Leslie Banks. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 19 Nov 1931- Nov 1931 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Cast: Barbara Allen, Harry E. Allen, J.W. Austin, Leslie Barrie, James Barrows, Barbara Bruce, Langdon Bruce, Frank Carew (as "German Diplomat"), Stuart Casey, Patricia Collinge (as "Elizabeth Herbert"), Edith Evans (as "Florence Nightingale"), Elizabeth Farrer, Alix Holland, David Hughes, Mary Kemble, Joseph Kennedy, Edgar Kent (as "William Nightingale/Dr. Cumming/Pursuivant"), Ann Lynwood, Nellie Malcolm, Peter Martin, Arthur Metcalf, James Milaidy, Frank Munnell, Hilda Plowright (as "Lady Heritage"), Anne Revere (as "Miss Pelt, A Nurse"), Jane Saville, Frances Simon, Harry Sothern (as "Pressman"), Joaquin Souther, Philip Tonge (as "Surgeon/Tankerton"), Virginia Tracey, Betty Upthegrove, Helene Willard, Wilbur Young. Produced by Kenneth MacGowan and Joseph Verner Reed.

(1932). Stage Play: Clear All Wires. Comedy. Written by Bella Spewack and Sam Spewack. Scenic Design by Aline Bernstein. Directed by Herman Shumlin. Times Square Theatre: 14 Sep 1932- Dec 1932 (closing date unknown/93 performances). Cast: Pauline Achmatova, Serge Antonoff, John Melvin Bleifer, Egon Brecher (as "Renke"), Nicholas Busanovsky, Alla Cutlerova, Alexander Danaroff, Nina Dolgova, George Ermoloff, John Hamsa, John Hoyt (credited as John Hoysradt) (as "Menzies"), Ari Kutai, Alexander Lapteff, Peter Lopoukin, Alexander Markoff, Dorothy Mathews, Thomas Mitchell (as "Buckley Joyce Thomas"), Tamara Kirillin, Jacques Neradoff, Anna Ouzoroff, Aaron Pett, Charles Romano, Eugene Sigaloff, Philip Tonge, Ludmilla Toretzka, Dorothy Tree, Harry Tyler. Produced by Herman Shumlin.

(1933). Stage Play: Design For Living. Comedy. Written by Noël Coward. Scenic Design by Gladys E. Calthrop. Directed by Noël Coward. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 24 Jan 1933- May 1933 (closing date unknown/135 performances). Cast: Noël Coward (as "Leo"), Lynn Fontanne (as "Gilda"), Alfred Lunt (as "Otto"), Ward Bishop (as "Photographer"), Ethel Borden (as "Grace Torrence"), Alan Campbell (as "Henry Carver"), Phyllis Connard (as "Helen Carver"), Campbell Gullan (as "Ernest Friedman"), Gladys Henson (as "Miss Hodge"), Macleary Stinnett (as "Mathew"), Philip Tonge (as "Matthew Birbeck"). Produced by Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne and Noël Coward.

(1933). Stage Play: Eight Bells. Drama. Written by Percy S. Mandley. Scenic Design by Cleon Throckmorton. Directed by Frank Gregory. Hudson Theatre: 28 Oct 1933- Nov 1933 (closing date unknown/17 performances). Cast: Harrison Brockbank (as "Ashworth"), Donald Bruce (as "Yetts"), John Buckler (as "Ormrod"), Colin Clive (as "Dale"), Paul Dietz (as "Volotsky"), Walter Dressel (as "Oscar"), John Fraser (as "Rastello"), Rose Hobart (as "Marjorie"), David Hughes (as "Snider"), Richard Hughes (as "Schill "), Alfred Kappeler (as "Carl"), Wayne Nunn (as "Pancho"), S.B. Pink (as "Nalo"), Sig Ruman (as "Gerhardt"), Joseph Singer (as "Klotz), Philip Tonge (as "Collister"), Henry Zynda [credited as Henry Von Zynda] (as "Zimmerman"), Eric West (as "Pedro"). Produced by A.C. Blumenthal. Note: Purchased by Columbia Pictures and filmed as Eight Bells (1935), starring Ralph Bellamy.

(1933). Stage Play: The Lake. Drama. Written by Dorothy Massingham and Murray MacDonald. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Jed Harris. Martin Beck Theatre: 26 Dec 1933- Feb 1934 (closing date unknown/55 performances). Cast: Wendy Atkin (as "Dolly Braite"), Blanche Bates (as "Lena Surrege") [final Broadway role], Roberta Beatty ("marjorie Hervey"), Lucy Beaumont (as "Miss White"), Florence Britton (as "Miss Kurn") [Broadway debut], Edward Broadley (as "Stoker"), Reginald Carrington (as "Sir Philip Stanway"), Colin Clive (as "John Clayne"), Douglas Garden (as "Mr. Hemingway") [final Broadway role], James Grainger (as "Captain Hamilton"), Mary Heberden (as "Maude"), Katharine Hepburn (as "Stella Surrege"), Rosalind Ivan (as "Mrs. George"), Eva Leonard Boyne (as "Mrs. Hemingway"), Elliott Mason (as "Lady Kerton"), Vera Fuller Mellish (as "Anna George"), Esther Mitchell (as "Ethel"), Lionel Pape (as "Henry Surrege"), Constance Pellissier [credited as Constance Pelissier] (as "Lady Stanway"), Audrey Ridgwell (as "Jean Templeton"), Frances Starr (as "Mildred Surrege"), Philip Tonge (as "Stephen Braite"), Elizabeth Townsend (as "Miss Marie"), Geoffrey Wardwell (as "Cecil Hervey"), O.Z. Whitehead (as "Dennis Gourlay") [Broadway debut], J.P. Wilson (as "Williams"). Produced by Jed Harris.

(1935). Stage Play: Point Valaine. Melodrama. Written by Noël Coward. Scenic Design by Gladys E. Calthrop. Directed by Noël Coward. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 16 Jan 1935- Mar 1935 (closing date unknown/55 performances). Cast: Ruth Boyd (as "Lola"), Phyllis Connard (as "Elise Birling"), Valerie Cossart (as "Sylvia"), Broderick Crawford (as "George Fox"), Margaret Curtis (as "Phyllis"), Lynn Fontanne (as "Linda Valaine"), Everley Gregg (as "Hilda James"), Grayce Hampton (as "Mrs. Tillett"), Phyllis Harding (as "Gladys "), Louis Hayward (as "Martin Welford "), Gladys Henson (as "Mrs. Hall-Fenton"), Fred Leslie (as "Major Tillett"), Alfred Lunt (as "Stefan"), Alberta Perkins (as "May"), Osgood Perkins (as "Mortimer Quinn"), Lillian B. Tonge (as "Mrs. Birling"), Philip Tonge (as "Ted Burchell"). Produced by John C. Wilson.

(1936). Stage Play: Fresh Fields. Comedy. Written by Ivor Novello. Directed by Alfred De Liagre Jr.. Empire Theatre: 10 Feb 1936- Apr 1936 (closing date unknown/80 performances). Cast: Margaret Anglin (as "Lady Mary Crabbe"), Boyd Davis (as "Tom Larcomb"), Agnes Doyle (as "Una Pidgeon"), Derek Fairman (as "Tim Crabbe"), Jessamine Newcombe (as "Mrs. Pidgeon"), Audrey Ridgwell (as "Miss Swaine"), Mary Sargent (as "Lady Lilian Bedworthy "), Lillian Talbot (as "Lady Strawholme"), Philip Tonge (as "Ludlow"). Produced by Richard Aldrich and Alfred De Liagre Jr.

(1938). Stage Play: Bachelor Born. Comedy. Written by Ian Hay. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Directed by Frederick Leister. Morosco Theatre (moved to The Lyceum Theatre from 25 Jan 1938- Jan 1939 (closing date unknown/400 performances). Cast: Frederick Leister (as "Charles Donkin"), Phoebe Foster (as "Barbara Fane"), Aubrey Mather (as "Frank Hastings"), Peggy Simpson (as "Button Faringdon"), Josephine Brown (as "Matron"), Francis Compton, Sally Fitzpatrick, Arthur Gould-Porter (as "Flossie Nightingale"), Stephen Ker-Appleby (as "Philip De Pourville"), Lester Lonergan III (as "Bimbo Faringdon"), Gary McCully (as "Pop"), Gavin Muir (as "Victor Beamish"), William Packer, Jane Sterling, Bertram Tanswell (as "Old Crump"), Philip Tonge (as "Rev. Edmund Ovington"), Helen Trenholme (as "Rosemary Faringdon"). Replacement actors: Edward Fielding (as "Charles Donkin"), Marcella Swanson (as "Barbara Fane"), Richard Temple (as "Frank Hastings"). Produced by Milton Shubert. Produced in association with Ruth Selwyn.

(1939). Stage Play: When We Are Married. Comedy. Written by J.B. Priestley. Directed by Robert Henderson. Lyceum Theatre: 25 Dec 1939- 4 May 1940 (156 performances). Cast: Ann Andrews (as "Clara Soppitt"), Alice Fleming (as "Maria Helliwell"), A.P. Kaye (as "Councilor Albert Parker"), Henry Mowbray (as "The Rev. Clement Mercer"), J.C. Nugent (as "Henry Ormonroyd"), Winston O'Keefe (as "Gerald Forbes "), Sally O'Neil (as "Ruby Birtle"), Lee Parry (as "Fred Dyson"), Leona Powers (as "Lottie Grady"), Tom Powers (as "Alderman Joseph Helliwell"), Alison Skipworth (as "Mrs. Northrup"), Jane Sterling, Philip Tonge (as "Herbert Soppitt"), Estelle Winwood (as "Annie Parker"). Produced by Robert Henderson.

(1940). Stage Play: Jupiter Laughs. Drama. Written by Dr. A.J. Cronin. Production Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Reginald Denham. Biltmore Theatre: 9 Sep 1940- 28 Sep 1940 (24 performances). Cast: Carl Harbord (as "Dr. George Thorogood"), Charles Jordan (as "Albert Chivers"), Alexander Knox (as "Dr. Paul Venner"), Reginald Mason (as "Dr. Richard Drewett"), Edith Meiser (as "Matron Fanny Leeming"), Esther Mitchell, Mary Orr (as "Jennie"), Nancy Sheridan (as "Gladys Bragg"), Jessica Tandy (as "Dr. Mary Murray"), Philip Tonge (as "Dr. Edgar Bragg"). Produced by Warner Brothers; Produced under the management of Bernard Klawans.

(1941). Stage Play: Eight O'Clock Tuesday. Written by Mignon G. Eberhart, Robert Wallsten. Scenic Design by Lemuel Ayers. Directed by Luther Greene. Henry Miller's Theatre: 6 Jan 1941- 18 Jan 1941 (16 performances). Cast: Clancy Cooper (as "Lieutenant Davies"), Margaret Douglass (as "Verity Copley"), Bramwell Fletcher (as "Jacob Wait"), Celeste Holm (as "Marcia Godden"), Cecil Humphreys (as "Dr. Graham Blaikie"), Pauline Lord (as "Beatrice Godden"), McKay Morris (as "Ivan Godden"), James O'Rear (as "Gallaway Trench"), Herbert Rudley (as "Robert Copley"), Don Shelton (as "Sergeant Cassidy"), Philip Tonge (as "Ancill"). Produced by Luther Greene and James Struthers.

(1941). Stage Play: Blithe Spirit. Comedy/farce. Written by Noël Coward. Scenic Design by Stewart Chaney. Dresses for Miss Wood and Miss Corbett from Mainbocher. Wigs by Alfred Barris. Mr. Webb's clothes by Tony Williams. Dresses for Miss Wood and Miss Corbelt from Mainbocher. Directed by John C. Wilson. Morosco Theatre (moved to The Booth Theatre from 18 May 1942- close): 5 Nov 1941- 5 Jun 1943 (657 performances). Cast: Leonora Corbett (as "Elvira"), Mildred Natwick (as "Madame Arcati"), Clifton Webb (as "Charles"), Peggy Wood (as "Ruth"), Jacqueline Clarke (as "Edith"), Phyllis Joyce (as "Mrs. Bradman"), Philip Tonge (as "Doctor Bradman"). Replacement actors: Valerie Cossart (as "Mrs. Bradman"), Doreen Lang (as "Edith"). Produced by John C. Wilson.

(1943). Stage Play: The Two Mrs. Carrolls. Comedy. Written by Martin Vale. Scenic Design by Frederick Fox. Costume Design by Grace Houston. Directed by Reginald Denham. Booth Theatre: 3 Aug 1944- 3 Feb 1945 (585 performances). Cast: Elisabeth Bergner (as "Sally"), Vera Allen (as "Harriet"), Stiano Braggiotti (as "Pennington"), Michelette Burani (as "Clemence"), Victor Jory (as "Geoffrey"), Margery Maude (as "Mrs. Latham"), Philip Tonge (as "Dr. Tuttle"), Irene Worth (as "Cecily Harden"). Produced by Robert Reud and Paul Czinner. Note: Filmed by Warner Bros. as The Two Mrs. Carrolls (1947).

(1943). Stage Play: Blithe Spirit. Comedy/farce (return engagement). Written by Noël Coward. Scenic Design by Stewart Chaney. Dresses for Miss Wood and Miss Corbett from Mainbocher. Wigs by Alfred Barris. Mr. Webb's clothes by Tony Williams. Dresses for Miss Wood and Miss Corbelt from Mainbocher. Directed by John C. Wilson. Morosco Theatre: 6 Sep 1943- 2 Oct 1943 (32 performances). Cast: Valerie Cossart (as "Mrs. Bradman"), Doreen Lang (as "Edith"), Mildred Natwick (as "Madame Arcati"), Haila Stoddard (as "Elvira"), Philip Tonge (as "Doctor Bradman"), Clifton Webb (as "Charles"), Peggy Wood (as "Ruth"). Produced by John C. Wilson.

(1946). Stage Play: The Duchess Misbehaves. Musical.

(1948). Stage Play: Tonight at 8:30. [Production was composed of the following shows: Family Album, Red Peppers, Ways and Means]. National Theatre: 20 Feb 1948- 13 Mar 1948 (26 performances).

(1948). Stage Play: A Cup of Trembling. Written by 'Louis Paul (I)' (qv. Directed by Paul Czinner. Music Box Theatre: 20 Apr 1948- 15 May 1948 (31 performances). Cast: Amelie Barleon (as "Elderly Woman"), Beverly Bayne, Elisabeth Bergner, John Carradine, Arlene Francis, Iris Mann, Millard Mitchell (as "John Croy") [final Broadway role], Joan Nordlander (as "Nurse"), William Robertson (as "A Deliveryman"), Anthony Ross (as "William Lundeman"), Philip Tonge (as "Dr. Broen"), Gloria Whitney, Martin Wolfson (as "Dr. Denning"). Produced by Paul Czinner and C.P. Jaeger.

(1948). Stage Play: Make Way for Lucia. Comedy. Written by John Van Druten. Scenic Design by Lucinda Ballard. Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard. Based on the novel by EF. Benson. Directed by John Van Druten. Cort Theatre: 22 Dec 1948- 15 Jan 1949 (29 performances). Cast: Essex Dane (as "Mrs. Wyse"), Cherry Hardy (as "Grosvenor"), Isabel Jeans (as "Mrs. Emmeline Lucas/Lucia"), Kurt Kasznar (as "Signor Cortese"), Doreen Lang (as "Mrs. Bartlett"), Cyril Ritchard (as "Georgie Pillson"), Viola Roache (as "Godiva Plaistow"), Ivan Simpson (as "Mr. Wyse"), Guy Spaull (as "Rev. Kenneth Bartlett"), Philip Tonge (as "Major Benjamin Flint"), Catherine Willard. Produced by The Theatre Guild, Lawrence Langner, Theresa Helburn and Armina Marshall Langner.

(1949). Stage Play: Twelfth Night. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Musical Director: Harold R. Coletta. Scenic Design by Louis Kennel. Costume Design by Louis Kennel. Production Manager: Michael Myerberg. Directed by Valentine Windt. Empire Theatre: 3 Oct 1949- 12 Nov 1949 (48 performances). Cast: Henry Brandon (as "Orsino, Duke of Illyria"), William Bromfield (as "Sebastian, Viola's twin brother "), Sally Chamberlain (as "Lady in Olivia's house"), Ruth Enders (as "Maria, Olivia's waiting woman"), Nina Foch (as "Olivia, a countess"), Robert Hartung (as "Curio, attendant of Orsino"), Walter Klavun (as "Antonio, a sea captain"), Helen Marcy (as "Lady in Olivia's house"), Paul Menard (as "Sailor/Officer"), Arnold Moss (as "Malvolio, Olivia's steward"), Carl Benton Reid (as "Sir Toby Belch, Oivia's kinsman"), Frances Reid (as "Viola"), Winston Ross (as "Valentine, attendant of Orsino/Officer"), Truman Smith (as "Fabian, inhabitant of Illyria"), Philip Tonge (as "Sir Andrew Aguecheek, companion of Sir Toby"), Harry Townes (as "Feste, a jester in Olivia's household"), Tom Emlyn Williams (as "Sea Captain/Priest"), Michael Wyler. Produced by Roger L. Stevens.

(1950). Stage Play: Cry of the Peacock. Comedy. Written by Jean Anouilh. Book adapted by Cecil Robson. Scenic Design by Cecil Beaton. Directed by Martin Ritt. Mansfield Theatre: 11 Apr 1950- 12 Apr 1950 (2 performances). Cast: Peter Brandon (as "Nicolas"), Lili Darvas (as "General's Wife"), Oskar Karlweis [credited as Oscar Karlweis] (as "Count"), Marta Linden (as "Countess"), Raymond Lovell (as "The General") [only Broadway role], Kathleen Maguire (as "Ada"), Richard Martin (as "Tutor"), Clifford Sales (as "Toto"), Mimi Strongin (as "Marie Christine"), Philip Tonge (as "Hector De Villardieu"), Patricia Wheel (as "Nathalie"). Produced by James Colligan and Donald Medford.

(1950). Stage Play: Ring Round the Moon. Comedy. Written by Jean Anouilh. Translated by Christopher Fry. Incidental music by Francis Poulenc. Choreographed by Ted Cappy. Setting supervised by Raymond Sovey. Lighting supervised by Raymond Sovey. Costume Design by Castillo. The Winter Garden setting designed by Georges Wakhevitch. Directed by Gilbert Miller. Martin Beck Theatre: 23 Nov 1950- 13 Jan 1951 (68 performances + 1 preview). Cast: Stella Andrew (as "Isabelle, a ballet dancer"), Denholm Elliott (as "Hugo, a young man about town/Frederic, Hugo's brother, in love with Diana Messerschmann") [Broadway debut], Oskar Karlweis [credited as Oscar Karlweis] (as "Messerschmann, Diana's father, a melancholy millionaire"), Lucile Watson (as "Madame Desmermortes, aunt to Hugo, Frederic and Lady India"), William Allyn (as "Footman"), Francis Compton (as "Joshua, a crumbling butler"), Georgina Cookson (as "Lady India, Messerschmann's mistress, secretly in love with Bombelles"), Marcel Dill (as "The General"), Michael Evans (as "Patrice Bombelles, Messerschmann's secretive secretary"), Brenda Forbes (as "Isabelle's Mother, a teacher of the pianoforte"), Cynthia Latham (as "Capulat, Madame Desmermortes' faded companion"), Bennett Martin (as "Footman"), Neva Patterson (as "Diana Messerschmann, engaged to Frederic, secretly in love with Hugo"), Neva Patterson (as "Diana Messerschmann, engaged to Frederic, secretly in love with Hugo"), Philip Tonge (as "Romainville, a patron of the arts and of Isabelle") [final Broadway role]. Produced by Gilbert Miller.

(Fall 1939) He acted in Aimee Stuart's play, "Jeannie," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Dorothy Sands and Ronda Keane in the cast. Frank Carrington and Agnes Morgan were directors.

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