Charles Trowbridge Poster

Other Works

  • (1913 - 1934) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1913) Stage Play: The Marriage Game. Written by Anne Crawford Flexner. Comedy Theatre: 29 Oct 1913- Jan 1914 (closing date unknown/78 performances). Cast: Alexandra Carlisle (as "Mrs. Oliver"), Robert Graves, Walter Grey, George W. Howard (as "Jim Packard"), Orrin Johnson (as "Nevil Ingraham"), Josephine Lovett (as "Mrs. Frost"), Vivian Martin (as "Mrs. Updegraff"), Fred Mosley, William T. Sampson (as "Mr. Frost"), 'Alison Skipworth' (qv, Charles Trowbridge (as "Mr. Updegraff") [Broadway debut]. Produced by John Cort.
  • (1914) Stage Play: Daddy Long Legs. Written by Jean Webster. Gaiety Theatre: 28 Sep 1914- May 1915 (closing date unknown/264 performances). Cast: Mabel Burt (as "Miss Pritchard"), Ruth Chatterton (as "Judy"), Harry Dodd, Maud Erwin, Edward Howard, Gilda Leary [Broadway debut], Ethel Martin, Edna McCauley, Daniel Pennell, Margaret Sayres, Charles Trowbridge (as "James McBride"), Charles Waldron (as "Jervis Pendleton"), Robert Waters, H. Conway Wingfield, Cora Witherspoon (as "Sallie McBride"), "Boots" Wooster.
  • (1916) Stage Play: Come Out of the Kitchen. Written by A.E. Thomas, from a story by Alice Duer Miller. Book adapted by A.E. Thomas. Stage Manager: E.L. Duane. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 23 Oct 1916- May 1917 (closing date unknown/224 performances). Cast: Ruth Chatterton (as "Olivia Daingerfield"), Bruce McRae, Robert Ames, William 'Stage' Boyd (as "Thomas Lefferts"), Walter Connolly (as "Randolph Weeks"), Mrs. Charles G. Craig, Alice Lindahl, Barbara Milton, William H. Sams, Marguerite St. John (as "Mrs. Faulkener"), Charles Trowbridge (as "Paul Dangerfield"). Produced by Henry Miller.
  • (1917) Stage Play: This Way Out. Written by Frank Craven. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 30 Aug 1917- Sep 1917 (closing date unknown/28 performances). Cast: Walter Baldwin [Broadway debut], David Burton, Frank Craven, Millicent Evans, Grace Goodall, Harold Grau, Edythe Lyle, Charles Merriwell, Jed Prouty, Charles Trowbridge, George Williams. Produced by J. Fred Zimmerman Jr.
  • (1918) Stage Play: Why Worry? Melodrama/farce. Written by Montague Glass and Jules Eckert Goodman. Music and lyrics by Blanche Merrill. Directed by George F. Marion. Harris Theatre: 23 Aug 1918- 14 Sep 1918 (27 performances). Cast: Ralph Belmont (as "Dan"), May Boley (as "Stella"), Fanny Brice (as "Dora"), James Cherry (as "Bedell"), Charles Dale (as "Margolius"), The Avon Comedy Four, Carl Dietz (as "Louis"), Harry Dumont (as "Wolter"), Harry Goodwin (as "November"), Vera Gordon (as "Mrs. Harris"), True S. James (as "A Gentleman"), Irving Kaufman (as "Dubin"), Kalman Matus (as "Frost"), Edwin Maxwell (as "Steffens"), Frances Richards (as "Flo"), Francesca Rotoli (as "A Lady"), Jack Sharkey (as "Devlin"), George Sidney (as "Felix Noblestone"), Joseph Smith Rashkind"), The Avon Comedy Four, Charles Trowbridge (as "David Meyer"), Ezra C. Walck (as "Shapiro"), John Wallace (as "Thorpe"). Produced by A.H. Woods.
  • (1918) Stage Play: Daddy Long Legs (Revival). Written by Jean Webster. Henry Miller's Theatre: 16 Nov 1918- Nov 1918 (closing date unknown/17 performances). Cast: Frances Goodrich Ames, Ruth Chatterton, Mary Fisk, Charles Lauton, Bessie Lea Lestina, Sydney Macy, Ethel Martin, Henry Miller, Helen Millington, L'Estrange Millman, Lucia Moore, Olive Moore, W.B. Reed, Nina Saville, Charles Trowbridge, Cora Witherspoon.
  • (1919) Stage Play: Moonlight and Honeysuckle. Comedy. Written by George Scarborough. Henry Miller's Theatre: 29 Sep 1919- Dec 1919 (closing date unknown/97 performances). Cast: Sydney Booth(as "Congressman Hamill"), Ruth Chatterton (as "Judith Baldwin"), Laurence Eddinger (as "Jefferson"), Katherine Emmett (as "Hallie Baldwin"), Edward Fielding (as "Senator Baldwin"), James Rennie (as "Tod Musgrave"), Flora Sheffield (as "Pet Baldwin"), Charles Trowbridge (as "Courtney Blue"), Lucile Watson (as "Mrs. Langley"). Produced by Henry Miller.
  • (1920) Stage Play: The Broken Wing. Comedy/drama. Written by Paul Dickey and Charles W. Goddard. 48th Street Theatre: 29 Nov 1920- Apr 1921 (closing date unknown/171 performances). Cast: George Abbott (as "Sylvester Cross"), Henry Duggan (as "Luther Farley"), Alphonse Ethier (as "Capt. Innocencio Dos Santos"), Inez Plummer (as "Inez Villera"), Walter F. Scott (as "Jerry Waldron"), George Spelvin [fictitious name/actor wished to remain anonymous](as "Marco"), Joseph Spurin (as "Basilio"), Babe Sundance (as "Babe Sundance"), Myrtle Tannehill (as "Cecelia"), Charles Trowbridge (as "Philip Marvin"), Louis Wolheim (as "Gen. Panfilo Aguilar"), Mary Worth (as "Ouichita"). Note: Filmed as The Broken Wing (1932).
  • (1922) Stage Play: Just Because. Musical comedy. Based on material by 'Anna Wynne O'Ryan' (q) and 'Helen S. Woodruff'. Scenic Design by H. Robert Law Studios. Costume Design by Anna Spencer. Directed by Oscar Eagle. Earl Carroll Theatre: 22 March 1922- 29 Apr 1922 (46 performances). Cast: H.M. Arden, Jean Barney, Isabelle Bennett, Betty Broughton, Ann Dale, John Daly (as "Joseph Crown"), Jeanette Dixe, Ethel Duffield, Charles Froom (as "Rev. Dr. Bombig/William Benton"), Gwendolyn Gordon, Nellie Graham-Dent, Lillian Hazel, Mary Hotchkiss, Olin Howland, Naomi Johnson (as "Ann"), Florence Kingsley (as "Magnolia"), Maud Lydiat (as "Martha"), Violet Mack (as "Daisy"), Claire Martin, Gayle Mays (as "Peter Dale"), Jean Merode, Frank Moulan (as "Mr. Cummings"), Edgar Nelson, Priscilla Paul, Jane Richardson, Queenie Smith (as "Syringa"), Blanche Terrell, Charles Trowbridge (as "Claude Wellington"), Harold Wheeler, Ruth Williamson, Dawn Wolfe (as "Matilda"). Produced by Just Because, Inc.
  • (1922) Stage Play: The Night Call. Melodrama. Written by Adeline Hendricks. Frazee Theatre: 26 Apr 1922- May 1922 (closing date unknown/29 performances). Cast: Nellie Burt, Jay Hanna, Brandon Hurst, Helen Lowell, Dodson Mitchell, Ealre Mitchell, Elsie Rizer, Wells Spalding, Charles Trowbridge (as "the man from out of the storm"). Produced by The Players' Assembly.
  • (1922) Stage Play: The Last Warning. Melodrama. Written by Thomas F. Fallon. Based on "The House of Fear" by Wadsworth Camp. Klaw Theatre: 24 Oct 1922- May 1923 (closing date unknown/238 performances). Cast: Albert Barrett (as "Harvey Carlton"), Victor Beecroft (as "Tommy Wall"), Bert E. Chapman (as "Mike Brody"), William Courtleigh (as "Arthur McHugh"), Clarence Derwent (as "Robert Bunce"), John Hall (as "Mac"), Irene Homer (as "Gene"), James Hughes (as "Tyler Wilkins"), Marion Lord (as "Evelynda Hendon"), Ann Mason (as "Dolly Lymken"), John W. Moore (as "Jeffreys"), Dewey Robinson (as "Joseph Byrne"), Worthington L. Romaine (as "Josiah Bunce"), Charles Trowbridge (as "Richard Quaile"), Ann Winslow (as "Barbara Morgan"). Produced by Michael Mindlin and Michael Goldreyer. Note: Filmed by Universal Pictures as The Last Warning (1929).
  • (1923) Stage Play: The Lullaby. Drama. Written by Edward Knoblock. Directed by Fred G. Latham. Knickerbocker Theatre: 17 Sep 1923- Jan 1924 (closing date unknown/144 performances). Cast: Peter Carpenter (as "Felix de Parme"), Harold Elliott (as "Jacques"), Alice Fleming (as "Mariette/Baroness Dax"), David Glassford (as "Bouillard"), Rose Hobart (as "The Young Girl"), Rupert Lumley (as "Victor Lebeau"), Frank Morgan (as "Count Carlo Boretti"), Leonard Mudie (as "Claudet/A Young Sailor"), Grace Perkins (as "Rosalie"), Henry Plimmer (as "Salignac"), Florence Reed (as "The Old Woman/Madelon"), Mary Robson (as "Elise"), Bernard Thornton (as "An Older Sailor"), Charles Trowbridge (as "Freddie Maynard"), Marianne Walter (as "La Poule"). Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.
  • (1924) Stage Play: Sweet Seventeen. Comedy. Written by Leonidas Westervelt, Harvey J. O'Higgins, John Clements and Harriet Ford. Lyceum Theatre 17 Mar 1924- May 1924 (closing date unknown/72 performances). Cast: Bozo (as "Bozo"), Jenny Eustace, Grace Filkins (as "Ida Farnum"), I. Stanford Jolley (as "Bill Boyd"), Isabel Leighton (as "Grace Farnum"), Marian Mears (as "Peeks Farnum"), Charles Trowbridge (as "Donald Brown"), Edward H. Wever (as "Ted Rutherford"), Douglas Wood (as "Russell Farnum"). Produced by John Henry Mears.
  • (1924) Stage Play: The Locked Door. Comedy. Written by Martin Lawton. Directed by Priestly Morrison. Cort Theatre: 19 Jun 1924- Jul 1924 (closing date unknown/20 performances). Cast: Hortense Alden (as "Marie"), John Davidson (as "Henri"), Reginald Mason (as "Frank Babbington"), Florence Shirley (as "Muriel Walling"), Charles Trowbridge (as "Richard Walling"), Eleanor Woodruff (as "Julia Babbington"). Produced by Jacob A. Weiser and Bela Blau.
  • (1925) Stage Play: The Backslapper. Written by Paul Dickey and Mann Page. Hudson Theatre: 11 Apr 1925- May 1925 (closing date unknown/33 performances). Cast: Harry C. Browne (as "Bob Alden"), Francis Conlan (as "Sam"), Jack Daniels (as "Lester"), Don Dillaway (as "Ralph"), Joe Duckworth (as "Chick"), Malcolm Duncan (as "Dave Kennedy"), Florence Earle (as "Sarah"), Mary Fowler (as "Beth Lane"), Leila Frost (as "Gloria Dennis"), Leon Hatton (as "Slats"), Lee Patrick (as "Mrs. Kennedy"), Roger Pryor (as "Douglas Lane") [Broadway debut], Frank Sylvester (as "Judge Dennis"), Charles Trowbridge (as "John Trainor"). Produced by John Henry Mears and Paul Dickey.
  • (1925) Stage Play: It All Depends. Comedy. Written by Kate L. McLaurin. Directed by John Cromwell. Vanderbilt Theatre: 10 Aug 1925- Aug 1925 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Katharine Alexander (as "Shirley Lane"), Grace Andrews, Roberta Bellinger, Jane Grey, Felix Krembs (as "Ned Richmond"), Lee Patrick (as "Maida Spencer"), Roland Rushton, Norman Trevor (as "Julian Lane"), Charles Trowbridge (as "Bruce Armstrong"). Produced by John Cromwell and William A. Brady.
  • (1925) Stage Play: Craig's Wife. Drama. Written by George Kelly. Directed by George Kelly. Morosco Theatre: 12 Oct 1925- Aug 1926 (closing date unknown/360 performances). Cast: Arling Alcine (as "Billy Birkmire"), J.A. Curtis (as "Harry"), Mary Gildea (as "Mazie"), Chrystal Herne (as "Mrs. Craig"), Josephine Hull, Nelan H. Jaap (as "Eugene Fredericks"), Eleanor Mish (as "Ethel Landreth"), Arthur Shaw (as "Joseph Catelle"), Anne Sutherland (as "Miss Austen"), Charles Trowbridge (as "Walter Craig"), Josephine Williams (as "Mrs. Harold"). Produced by Rosalie Stewart. Note: Winner of 1926 Pulitzer Prize for drama.
  • (1928) Stage Play: We Never Learn. Written by Daisy Wolf. Eltinge 42nd Street Theatre: 23 Jan 1928- Feb 1928 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast included: Alfred Cross, Estelle Winwood, Charles La Torre, Claude Main, Robert Lynn, Wanda Perry. Produced by William B. Friedlander.
  • (1928) Stage Play: The Behavior of Mrs. Crane. Written by Harry Segall. Directed by Bertram Harrison. Erlanger's Theater: 20 Mar 1928- Apr 1928 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Walter Connolly (as "Luis Garcia"), Stapleton Kent, Isobel Elsom, Kathryn Givney (as "Edith Hayes"), Phyllis Joyce (as "Cicely Prentiss"), John Marston, L'Estrange Millman (as "Victor Follansby"), George Thorpe (as "Lord Winchmore"), Charles Trowbridge (as "Elliott Crane"). Produced by Eugene W. Parsons.
  • (1928) Stage Play: Congai. Written by Harry Hervey [only Broadway credit] and Carleton Hildreth, based on the novel by Harry Hervey. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. Sam H. Harris Theatre: 27 Nov 1928- Mar 1929 (closing date unknown/135 performances). Cast: M. Aki, Valerie Bergere, William Boren, Maurice Burke, Alan Campbell, Blanche Collins, Frank De Silva, J. Marshall De Silva, John T. Dwyer (as "Father Mehry"), Ara Gerald, H. Dudley Hawley (as "Maj. de Brissac"), Theodore Hecht, Vera G. Hurst, Helen Kim, Felix Krembs (as "Col. Urban Chauvet"), Camille Lanier, James Pall, Korena Rove, Helen Menken (as "Thi-Linh"), Harry Nelson, James Pall, W.W. Singh, Catherine Taylor, Robert Toms, Charles Trowbridge (as "Justin Batteur"), Josephine Wehn (as "Annamite Woman"), Harold Woolf. Produced by Sam Harris.
  • (1929) Stage Play: Ladies Leave. Written by Sophie Treadwell. John Hopkins Theatre: 1 Oct 1929- Oct 1929 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Walter Connolly, Blythe Daly, Henry Hull. Produced by Charles Hopkins.
  • (1930) Stage Play: The Boundary Line. Written by Dana Burnet. 48th Street Theatre: 5 Feb 1930- Mar 1930 (closing date unknown/37 performances). Cast: Katharine Alexander, Otto Kruger. Produced by A.L. Jones and Morris Green.
  • (1931) Stage Play: Ladies of Creation. Written / directed by Gladys Unger. Cort Theatre: 8 Sep 1931- Nov 1931 (closing date unknown/72 performances). Cast included: Spring Byington, John Litel.
  • (1932) Stage Play: Dinner at Eight. Comedy. Written by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. Scenic Design by Livingston Platt. Press Representative: John Peter Toohey. Assistant Director: Robert B. Sinclair. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Music Box Theatre: 22 Oct 1932- May 1933 (closing date unknown/232 performances). Cast: George Alison, Ann Andrews, Clarence Bellair, Marguerite Churchill (as "Paula Jordan"), Constance Collier, Margaret Dale (as "Hattie Loomis"), Malcolm Duncan (as "Oliver Jordan"), Austin Fairman (as "Dr. J. Wayne Talbot"), Janet Fox, Gregory Gaye, Robert Griffith, Paul Harvey (as "Dan Packard"), Vera Hurst, Ethel Intropodi, Sam Levene (as "Max Kane"), Frank Manning, William McFadden, Mary Murray, Hans Robert (as "Ed Loomis"), Cesar Romero (as "Ricci"), James Seeley (as "The Waiter"), Conway Tearle, Dorothy Waters, Judith Wood (as "Kitty Packard"), Olive Wyndham (as "Lucy Talbot"). Replacement actors: Margaret Sullavan (as "Paula Jordan") [from Mar 1933- close], Charles Trowbridge (as "Oliver Jordan"), Jane Wyatt (as "Paula Jordan") [from May 1933- ?]. Produced by Sam Harris. Note: Filmed by MGM [most notable version] as Dinner at Eight (1933), Dinner at Eight (1989), Dinner at Eight (2007).
  • (1934) Stage Play: Mackerel Skies. Drama. Written by John Haggart. Directed by John Roche. Playhouse Theatre: 23 Jan 1934- Feb 1934 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Lillian Gahagan Corey (as "Valentine Struthers"), Glenn Coulter (as "Hobson"), Florence Edney (as "Anna"), Max Figman (as "Max Schurman"), John Griggs (as "Timothy Lord"), Violet Kemble Cooper (as "Elsa"), Tom Powers (as "Mr. Kubeck"), Carol Stone (as "Elizabeth"), Charles Trowbridge (as "David Gerard"), Cora Witherspoon (as "Sophie"). Produced by George Bushar. Produced in association with John Tuerk.
  • (1934) Stage Play: I, Myself. Drama. Written by Adelyn Bushnell. Directed by Charles Hopkins. Mansfield Theatre: 9 May 1934- May 1934 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: Walter Baldwin (as "Dan O'Brien"), David Bern, Larry Bolton, William Bonelli, Eddie Brennan, Constance Brown, Harry M. Cooke (as "Harry Stimpson"), William David, Alice Dowd, Martin Howe, David Hughes (as "Reverend MacDonald"), George Hughes, Eleanor King, Edmund MacDonald, Norvin Mack (as "Quartet"), Robert J. Mulligan (as "Connelly"), Frank Roberts (as "Squinty Anderson"), Edith Speare, Warren Trent, Charles Trowbridge (as "Bill Trent") [final Broadway role], Frank Verigun (as "Mike Butler"), Regina Wallace (as "Alice Trent"), Frank Wilcox (as "David Martin"), Muriel Wright, William Zinell. Produced by Malcolm L. Pearson and Donald E. Baruch.

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