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(1912) Stage: Appeared in "The Bird of Paradise" on Broadway. Musical.

(1915) Stage: Appeared in "The Mark of the Beast" on Broadway.

(1916) Stage: Appeared in "The Heart of Wetona" on Broadway.

(1917). Stage Play: Tiger Rose. Written by Willard Mack. Lyceum Theatre: 3 Oct 1917- Sep 1918 (closing date unknown/384 performances). Cast: Chief Whitehawk, William Courtleigh, Pedro de Cordoba, Jean Farrell, Thomas Findlay, Edwin Holt, Edward Mack, Calvin Thomas, Lenore Ulric (as "Rose Bocion, Tiger Rose"), Arthur J. Wood. Produced by David Belasco. Note: Filmed by Warner Bros. as Tiger Rose (1923).

(1919). Stage Play: The Son-Daughter. Written by George Scarborough and David Belasco. Belasco Theatre: 19 Nov 1919- Jun 1920 (closing date unknown/223 performances). Cast: Marion Abbott (as "Doctor Lum Low"), John Amory (as "Wu Git"), Albert Bruning (as "Sin Kai"), Charles R. Burrows (as "Chow Chang"), Frederick Burt [credited as Frederic Burt] (as "His Excellency, Fang Fou Hy"), W.T. Clark (as "Kai Pai"), Jane Ferrell (as "Toy Yah"), Thomas Findlay (as "Doctor Dong Tong"), Nick Long (as "Chao Pingkium"), Edmund Lowe (as "Tom Lee"), Richard Malchien (as "Kang"), 'Harry Mestayer' (as "Fen-sha"), Lenore Ulric (as "Lien Wha"), Henry Weaver (as "General Yuan"), John Willard (as "Wing"). Produced by David Belasco. Note: Filmed by MGM as The Son-Daughter (1932).

(1921). Stage Play: Kiki. Comedy. Book adapted by David Belasco. Written by André Picard. Music by Zoel Parenteau. Musical Staging by Walter Brooks. Belasco Theatre: 29 Nov 1921- Jun 1922 (closing date unknown/233 performances). Cast: Gertrude Bond (as "Claire, Music Hall Girl"), Harry Burkhardt (as "The Doctor"), Jean Fay (as "Florine, Music Hall Girl"), Jane Ferrell (as "The Cook"), Max Figman (as "Baron Rapp / The Principal Stockholder"), Thomas Findlay (as "Brule, At the Back Door"), Arline Fredericks (as "Paulette, Star of the "Folies Monplaisir"), Sam Hardy (as "Victor Renal, Manager of the "Folies Monplaisir" Music Hall"), Saxon Kling (as "Sinette, Author of the "Review"), Florence Lee (as "Susanne, Music Hall Girl"), Thomas Mitchell (as "Adolphe, Renal's Servant"), Pauline Moore (as "Lolotte/Music Hall Girl"), Mignon Ranseer (as "Marcel/Music Hall Girl"), Sidney Toler (as "Joly/Stage Manager"). Produced by David Belasco. Note: Filmed by Norma Talmadge Film Corporation (distributed by First National Pictures) as Kiki (1926), starring Norma Talmadge [which has undergone a Library of Congress restoration circa 2006] and by Sam Taylor Productions (distributed by United Artists) as Kiki (1931) as a Mary Pickford vehicle.

(1924). Stage Play: The Harem. Comedy. Written by Ernest Vajda. Book adapted by Avery Hopwood. Directed by David Belasco. Belasco Theatre: 2 Dec 1924- May 1925 (closing date unknown/183 performances). Cast: Arthur Bowyer, William Courtenay, Robert Fischer, Virginia Hammond, Lennox Pawle (as "Petri"), Lenore Ulric (as "Carla"), Marjorie Vonnegut. Produced by David Belasco.

(1926). Stage Play: Lulu Belle. Written by Edward Sheldon and 'Charles MacArthur (I)'. Directed by David Belasco. Belasco Theatre: 9 Feb 1926- Mar 1926 (closing date unknown/461 performances). Produced by David Belasco

(1928). Stage Play: Mima. Written by David Belasco. Directed by David Belasco. Belasco Theatre: 12 Dec 1928- May 1929 (closing date unknown/180 performances). Cast: Eduardo Abdo, A.E. Anson (as "Magister"), Najeeb Assaf, Eva Barcay, Philip Bishop, Sidney Blackmer (as "Janos"), William Boag, Lionel Braham (as "Rubicante"), Romaine Callender (as "Malacoda"), Reginald Carrington, Norman Constantin, Armand Cortes, W. Gordon Craig, Ruth Dayton, Eugene Donovan, Andre Dumont, Jane Ferrell, Myra Florian, Dwight Frye (as "Alfons"), George Gardon, Vivienne Gieson, Florence Golden, Kitty Gray, Alan Hale (as "Farfarello"), Charlcie Hedge, Arthur Stuart Hull (as "The Husband"), Jerome Jordan, Madeline King, Richard Lambart, Frank Lengel, Arthur MacArthur, Schuyler MacGuffin, Charles H. Martin, Jah Misko, Fred Nelson, Logan Paul [final Broadway role], Lennox Pawle, Ben Probst, Frederick Raymond, George Ryan, Anthony J. Sansome, Harold Seton, Loretto Shea, Maurice Sturez, Bernard Sussman, Douglas F. Swanson, Lenore Ulric, Kraft Wilson, Helen Withers, H. Percy Woodley, Ali Ilma Yousoff. Produced by David Belasco.

(1930). Stage Play: Pagan Lady. Drama.

(1931). Stage Play: The Social Register. Comedy. Written by Anita Loos and John Emerson. Directed by John Emerson and Anita Loos. Fulton Theatre: 9 Nov 1931- Feb 1932 (closing date unknown/97 performances). Cast: Sidney Blackmer (as "Charlie Breene"), William Boag (as "An Electrician"), Tom Burton (as "Gentleman Singer"), Wilfred Clarke (as "Mr. Jones"), Theresa Maxwell Conover (as "Mrs. Breene"), Alan Edwards (as "Lester Trout"), Sidney Elliott (as "Prince Alexis"), Jane Farrell (as "Mrs. Vandervent"), Betty Garde (as "Gloria Hall"), Madeleine Gray (as "Mrs. Sherrard"), Hans Hansen (as "Chris"), Hilda Heywood Howe (as "Muriel Devenant"), Marcel Journet (as "Duc De Renan"), Vera Krug (as "A Debutante"), Winifred Martin (as "Lady Singer"), Lenore Sorsby (as "Ruth Prescott"), Donald Stewart (as "Claude"), Elizabeth Taylor (as "Lula"), George Henry Trader (as "Mr. Wiggins"), Helen Tucker (as "Kay Wilson"), Lenore Ulric (as "Patsy Shaw"), Andree Villars (as "Lady Sharpley"), Alan Wallace (as "Ronald"), Oswald Yorke (as "Mr. Breene"). Produced by Erlanger Productions Inc. Note: Filmed by Columbia Pictures Corporation as Social Register (1934).

(1932). Stage Play: Nona. Farce/romance. Written by Gladys Unger. Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman. Directed by Burk Symon. Avon Theatre: 4 Oct 1932- Oct 1932 (closing date unknown/31 performances). Cast: Harlan Briggs (as "The Station Master"), Patricia Calvert (as "Miriam Skidwell"), Aristides de Leoni, Genevieve Dolaro, Jane Ferrell, Hans Hansen, H. Dudley Hawley (as "Mr. Compton"), Russell Hicks, Arthur Margetson, John McCloskey, Millard Mitchell (as "Joe"), Oscar Polk (as "A Pullman Porter"), Ellen Southbrook, Warren Sterling, Bernard Susman, Lenore Ulric (as "Nona"). Produced by Peggy Fears.

(1947). Stage Play: Antony and Cleopatra. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Incidental music by Paul Nordoff. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Martin Beck Theatre: 26 Nov 1947- 13 Mar 1948 (126 performances). Cast: Ralph Clanton, Katharine Cornell (as "Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt"), Ivan F. Simpson (as "Theodotus") [final Broadway role], Kent Smith (as "Enobarbus, friend to Antony"), Godfrey Tearle (as "Antony, triumvir") [final Broadway role], Lenore Ulric (as "Charmian, attendant on Cleopatra"), Peter Barno, Barnett Biro, Robert Carricart (as "Thyreus a soldier of Caesar") [Broadway debut], Oliver Cliff, Robert Duke, Drummond Erskine, Bruce Gordon, James Grudier, Charlton Heston (as "Proculeius, a soldier of Caesar") [Broadway debut], Joseph Holland, Charles Holt, Milfred Hull, Martin Kingsley, Betty Low, Dayton Lummis, Theodore Marcuse, Charles Nolte, David Orrick, Lawrence Perron, Tony Randall (as "Scarus Dercetas") [credited as Anthony Randall] (Broadway debut), Gilbert Reade, Orrin Redfield, Ernest Rowan, Marc Russo, Alan Shayne, Maureen Stapleton (as "Iras"), David J. Stewart, Eli Wallach (as "Diomedes, a soothsayer"), Douglass Watson, R. Justice Watson, Joseph Wiseman. Produced by Katharine Cornell.

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