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(1926- 1941). Stage: Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1926). Stage Play: The Jeweled Tree. Fantasy/drama.

(1927). Stage Play: Harry Delmar's Revels. Musical revue. Music by Jimmy Monaco, Jesse Greer and Lester Lee. Book by William K. Wells. Lyrics by Billy Rose and Ballard MacDonald. Shubert Theatre: 28 Nov 1927- Mar 1928 (closing date unknown/112 performances). Cast: Hugh Cameron, Glen Dale, Helyn Eby Rock, Frank Fay, William Gaston, Janne Hackett, The Chester Hale Girls, Dorothea James, Patsy Kelly, Bert Lahr, Dick Lancaster, Artie Leeming, Winnie Lightner, E. Mercedes, Carolyn Nolte, The Patterson Sisters, The Trado Twins, Ivan Triesault. Produced by Sam Baerwitz and Harry Delmar.

(1933). Stage Play: Marathon. Written by Isabel Dawn [final Broadway credit] and Boyce DeGaw [only Broadway credit]. Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman. Directed by Clyde North. Mansfield Theatre: 27 Jan 1933- Jan 1933 (closing date unknown/5 performances). Cast: Julie Chandler (as "Dolores Alvarez"), Ruth Chorpenning (as "Minna Geckel"), Ruth Conley (as "Liz Briggs"), Jerome Cowan (as "Light Collector"), Isabel Dawn (as "April Jones"), Pierre De Ramey (as "Señor Alvarez"), Roberta Gleckler (as "Nurse"), Paul Guilfoyle (as "Charlie Baker"), Jack Klendon (as "Val Owens"), Louis Malvin (as "Marathon Dancer"), Arthur Marlowe (as "Jimmy Dugan"), Rosa Malvin (as "Marathon Dancer"), Reed McClelland (as "Leo Berry"), Millard Mitchell [credited as Millard F. Mitchell] (as "Ropey"), Bernice Moore (as "Marathon Dancer"), Franka Moore (as "Rose Malloy"), William E. Morris (as "Devlin"), Claire Nolte (as "Gertie Hicks"), Gerry O'Connell (as "Marathon Dancer"), Charles Oddo (as "Marathon Dancer"), Czarr Romanyi (as "Sonia Markoff"), Franks Rowan (as "Rose Malloy"), Walter W. Shuttleworth (as "Mops"), George Spelvin (as "Medical Attendant"), Robert Strange (as "Too Soon Decker"), Ivan Triesault (as "Luis Borkofski"). Produced by Joseph Bernard.

(1936). Stage Play: Star Spangled. Comedy.

(1936). Stage Play: Hamlet. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Scenic / Costume Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed / produced by Guthrie McClintic. Empire Theatre (moved to The St. James Theatre from Jan 1937- close): 8 Oct 1936- unknown (132 performances). Cast included: John Gielgud (as "Hamlet, son to the late, and nephew to the present King"), Judith Anderson, A.S. 'Pop' Byron, John Emery, Lillian Gish (as "Ophelia"), Harry Andrews, John Cromwell (as "Rosencrantz"), George Vincent, Murvyn Vye.

(1939). Stage Play: Foreigners. Comedy.

(1940). Stage Play: The Burning Deck. Comedy. Written by Andrew Rosenthal. Incidental music by Lillian Wood Krob. Directed by Robert Milton. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 1 Mar 1940- 2 Mar 1940 (3 performances). Cast: Vera Allen (as "Cornelia Lauren"), George Calvert (as "A Native Boy"), Frank Downing (as "Raphael"), Gregory Gaye (as "Niki De Vobourg"), Russell Hardie (as "Jeffrey Brandt"), Alfred Hesse (as "Don Juan"), Dennis Hoey (as "Captain Applegate"), Mary Howes (as "Ava Andrus"), Zita Johann (as "Nina Brandt"), Edith King (as "Margaret Eaves"), George Lloyd (as "Roby Lauren"), Marion Mill (as "Baroness Maude De Rossi"), Onslow Stevens (as "Rex Wolfson"), Ivan Triesault (as "Nicholas"). Produced by Jack Small.

(1940). Stage Play: Russian Bank. Comedy.

(1941). Stage Play: The Walrus and the Carpenter. Comedy. Written by A.N. Langley. Directed by Alfred De Liagre Jr. Cort Theatre: 8 Nov 1941- 15 Nov 1941 (9 performances). Cast: 'Frank Albertson (I)' (as "Yipper Pickford"), Mary Boylan (as "Nurse Pyngar"), Frances Heflin (as "Bickey"), Alan Hewitt (as "Wilfred Marks"), Nicholas Joy (as "Doctor Drew"), Charles Knox (as "Policeman"), Harold Landon (as "Roland Wayne"), Pauline Lord (as "Essie Stuyvesant"), Karen Morley (as "Gerda"), Gordon Oliver (as "Grant Magill"), Ivan Triesault (as "Corder") [final Broadway role]. Produced by Alfred De Liagre Jr.

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