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(1904- 1928). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1904). Stage Play: The School Girl. Musical. Music by Leslie Stuart. Additional music by Paul West, John W. Bratton, Howard Talbot, William T. Francis, Benjamin Hapgood Burt, Joseph Rosey and Albert von Tilzer. Book by Paul M. Potter and Henry Hamilton. Lyrics by Leslie Stuart. Additional songs by Paul West, John W. Bratton, Howard Talbot, William T. Francis, Benjamin Hapgood Burt, Joseph Rosey and Albert von Tilzer. Musical Director: William T. Francis. Directed by J.E. Malone. Daly's Theatre (moved to The Herald Square Theatre on 24 Oct 1904 to close): 1 Sep 1904- 10 Dec 1904 (150 performances). Cast: Edna May (as "Lillian Leigh"), Talleur Andrews (as "Edgar Verney, An Artist"), Mildred Baker (as "Mother Superior") [Broadway debut], James Blakeley (as "Tubby Bedford"), Clara Braithwaite (as "Marianne, A French Bonne"), Adele Carson (as "Waitress"), Lakme Darcier (as "Saaefrada, A Model"), Barbara Dunbar (as "Louise, An American Girl"), Dorothy Dunbar (as "Mimi, An American Girl"), Madge Greet (as "Margot"), George Grossmith Jr. (as "Sir Ormsby St. Ledger"), Jerome Hayes (as "Merrion"), Harry Hudson (as "George Sylvester, An Artist"), Constance Hyem (as "Cicely Marchmont"), Eithel Kelly (as "Evelyn Summers"), Ivy Louise (as "Violette, An American Girl"), Jane May (as "Norma Rochester, An American Girl"), Robert Minster (as "Peter Overend, Of the Stock Exchange"), Murri Moncrieff (as "Adolphe Delapoise, An Artist"), Fred Ozab (as "Jacques de Creyert"), Jeannette Patterson (as "Kate Medhurst"), Queena Sanford (as "Jesse Campbell"), W.R. Shirley (as "Corner, Peter's Clerk"), Virginia Staunton (as "Miss Yost, The Typist"), Mrs. Watt Tanner (as "Mrs. Marchmont"), Joyce Thorn (as "Mabel"), Lulu Valli (as "Mamie Reckfeller, an American Girl"), Vivian Voweles (as "Yolande, An American Girl"), Fred Wright Jr. (as "General Marchmont"). Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1905). Stage Play: Mrs. 'Mac,' The Mayor. Comedy/drama. Written by William Gill. Songs by Albert von Tilzer. Directed by James Carey. Murray Hill Theatre: 16 Jan 1905- Jan 1905 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: William Cale (as "Lawrence McSwagger MacNeill"), Marie Falls (as "Lucia Carrara"), George H. Monroe (as "Peggy MacNeill"), Marie Rawson (as "Rose Pender"), Estelle X. Wills (as "Lena Hocksteiner"), Sylvia Barnes (as "Madeline Tuterorn"), Emily Berg (as "Minnetonka"), Fred Burgess (as "Sheriff Brandon"), Mary Condon (as "Anita"), J.J. Dougherty (as "Manuel Garcia"), Maurice Drew (as "Stephen Jenkins"), Robert Lee Hill (as "Fredrick Carden"), Ezra Matthews (as "Charley Patterson"), Daniel McCarthy (as "Mickey MacNeill"), James Young (as "Tom Dalton"). Produced by Fred Irwin and Robert B. Monroe.

(1905). Stage Play: In New York Town. Musical comedy. Book by Willard Holcomb and Loney Haskell. Lyrics by Willard Holcomb and Loney Haskell. Music by Albert von Tilzer. Musical Director: Clifford W. Meech. West End Theatre (moved to Haverly's 14th Street Theatre from 30 Mar 1905- 4 Nov 1905, then moved to The American Theatre from 26 Mar 1905- close). Cast: Clara Austin (as "Libbie Wurst, a sister act"), Jennie Austin (as "Wienie Wurst, a sister act"), Teddy Burns, Ida Emerson (as "Miss Vanderclip, an heiress"), Cliff Gordon (as "Baron Heinrich von Essigs, working as a waiter), Vinnie Henshaw, Charles Howard, Charles Nevins, May Ward, Graclyn Whitehouse, Ethel Adams, Libbie Barry, Lillian Barton, Libbie Bell, Lavender Byers, Marion Campbell, Belle Carlton, Josephine Carr, Gertrude Carter, Alice Chadwick, Florence Chadwick, Fred Clifton, D.F. Crossman, Clarabel Davis, Lydia Franklin, Myra Franklin, Georgia Fransioli, Elsie Gillen, Elsie Gilliland, Howard Griffith, Loney Haskell, Herbert Henry, Henriette Herbert, Marion Hunnewell, Florence Jeffries, Julia Kidder, Flo Kimball, Stella Kline, Blanche Landers, Carrie Landers, Maude Landers, George Lloyd, Josie Melville, Etta Mintz, Josephine Moore (as "Miss Waverly"), Kitty Morgan (as "Dancer/Miss Lafayette'), Frank Nagle, George Nevins, L.B. Sachs, Richard Schuyler, Lillian Shaw, Margaret Sloan, Lucille Tallier, Tell Taylor, Harry Ward, Lizzie Ward, Carrie Wilson. Produced by Hurtig and Seamon Comic Players.

(1905). Stage Play: The Earl and the Girl. Musical comedy. Music by Ivan Caryll. Material by Seymour Hicks. Lyrics by Percy Greenbank. Additional music by Jerome Kern, E. Ray Goetz, Max C. Eugene, Albert von Tilzer, R.A. Browne, Edward Laska, Nat D. Mann and William H. Penn. Musical Direction by Clarence West. Additional lyrics by R.A. Browne, Arthur Gillespie, Addison Burkhard, Paul Barnes, Edward Laska, Nat D. Mann, William H. Penn and Jerome Kern. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Casino Theatre: 4 Nov 1905- 10 Mar 1906 (148 performances). Cast: Beatrice Adams, Violet Adams, Louise Alexander, Marian Alexander, Madeline Anderson, W.H. Armstrong, Margaret Hubbard Ayer, Jennie Boylan, Georgia Caine, Alan Campbell, Irene Chandler, Maud Crossland, Louise De Rigney, Roy Dennison, W.H. Denny, J. Bernard Dyllyn, Miss Fitzgerald, Enid Forde, Eddie Foy (as "Jim Cheese, a dog trainer"), Sam Goodman, Jane Hall, Lillian Heckler, Harold Hendee, Violet Holls, Katherine Hyland, Edna Jeans, Ruth Langdon, Lillie Lawton, May Lewis, Hazel Manchester, Albert J. Marshall, Nellie McCoy, Victor Morley, Dudley E. Oatman, John Peachey, Zelma Rawlston, Miss Raymond, Lillian Rice, Templar Saxe, Amelia Summerville, Grace Walton, Miss Watson, Angie Weimers, Dorothy Zimmerman. Produced by Sam S. Shubert and Lee Shubert Inc.

(1906). Stage Play: About Town. Musical revue. Music by Melville Ellis and Raymond Hubbell. Book by Joseph Herbert. Lyrics by Joseph Herbert. Musical Director: William E. MacQuinn. Additional numbers by Jack Norworth, Albert von Tilzer, Will D. Cobb and Gus Edwards. Additional lyrics by Addison Burkhard. Scenic Design by Arthur Voegtlin, Edward G. Unitt and Homer Emens. Costume Design by Carolyne Siedel and Mrs. Robert Osborn. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Herald Square Theatre: 30 Aug 1906- 10 Nov 1906 985 performances). Cast: George Beban, Coralie Blythe, Vernon Castle (as "Viscomte Martino"), Mattie Chapin, Louise Allen Collier, Della Connor, Lynn D'Arcy, Elsie Davis, Lillian Devere, George Dill, Ida Doerge, Richard Dolliver (as "Policeman/Chorus"), Louise Dresser (as "Gertie Gibson"), Ruthita Field, Lew M. Fields (as "Baron Blitz"), Harry Fisher, Ray Gilmore, Lawrence Grossmith (as "The Duke of Slushington"), Lillian Harris, Joseph Herbert (as "Laird o' Findon Haddock/Count Sherri"), May Hickey, Viola Hopkins, Edna Wallace Hopper, Jack Laughlin, May Leslie, Freda Linyard, Loretta MacDonald, Little Major, Edith Ethel McBride, Gertrude Moyer, Jane Murray, Mae Murray (as "Chorus"), Jack Norworth (as "Jack Doty "), Elita Proctor Otis, Homer Potts, Lillian Raymond, John Reinhard, Jessie Richmond, George Schraeder, Joseph Schrode, Topsy Siegrist, Bessie Skeer, Cecil Summers, Marion Whitney, Gladys Zell. Produced by Lew Fields.

(1908). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1908. Musical revue. Music by Maurice Levi. Sketches and lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Featuring songs by Albert von Tilzer. Featuring songs with lyrics by Jack Norworth. Featuring "The Taxicab" by Melville Gideon and Edgar Selden. Featuring "When the Girl You Love is Loving You" by Jean Schwartz and William Jerome. Musical Director: Frederic Solomon. Ensemble numbers produced by Julian Mitchell. Directed by Herbert Gresham. Jardin de Paris (moved to the New York Theatre from 7 Sep 1908 to close): 15 Jun 1908- 26 Sep 1908 (120 performances). Cast: Nora Bayes, Barney Bernard, George Bickel, Mlle. Dazie, Arthur Deagon, Grace La Rue, Harry Watson, Lucy Weston, Marjorie Bonner, Miss V. Bowers, Seymour Brown, Evelyn Carlton, Daisy Clark, Miss Daniels, May Emory, Eva Francis, Alfred Froome, Daisy Green, Rosie Greene, Elsie Hamilton, Lee Harrison, Beatrice Learwood, Lillian Lee, Grace Leigh, May Leslie, Ruby Lewis, Florence Mackenzie, May MacKenzie, Mae Murray, May Paul, William Powers, Billie Reeves, William Schrode, Gertrude Vanderbilt, Lottie Vernon, Florence Walton, Hazel Washburn, Fay West, Evelyn Westbrook, Annabelle Whitford. Conceived and produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1910). Stage Play: The Jolly Bachelors. Musical. Music by Raymond Hubbell. Book by Glen MacDonough. Lyrics by Glen MacDonough. Music orchestrated by Frank Saddler. Additional music by Albert von Tilzer, C.W. Murphy, Will Letters, Ted Snyder, Jack Norworth and Nora Bayes. Additional lyrics by Jack Norworth, Nora Bayes, Irving Berlin [earliest Broadway credit], William McKenna and Earle C. Jones. Scenic Design by Arthur Voegtlin. Costume Design by Melville Ellis. Conducted by George A. Nichols. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Broadway Theatre: 6 Jan 1910- 28 May 1910 (165 performances). Cast: Gladys Alexander, Daisy Anderson, Sidney Atcherson, Harold Atkinson, Lester Baker, Blanche Barnes, Nora Bayes (as "Astarita Vandergould"), Grace Benedict, Victor Boenea, Wilmer Bradley, Elizabeth Brice (as "Carola Gayley"), Edward Brown, Margaret Brown, Eva Burnett, Florence Cable, Sara Carr, Emma Carus (as "Mrs. De Foe Parr"), Alice Chase, Austin Clark, Thomas Connors, Martin Culhane, Robert L. Dailey (as "Harold McCann"), Edward Davies, Roger Davis, John Dewey, William Downs, Virginia Earle, Bernice Elsler, Thomas Everett, Nat Fields (as "Ludwig"), Alice Fitch, Victor Franco, Lottie Franklyn, Lew Fullerton (as "Pudge Wilson/Chorus"), Arthur Gros, Octavia Hague, Frank Hardy, William Hart (as "Chorus"), Arria Hathaway, Clay Hill, Herman Hirschhorn, Thomas Hughes, Anna Kellar, Ethel Kelly, Marie Lachere, Arline LaCrosse, Madeline LeBoeuf, Al Leech (as "Chase Payne"), Henry Lehman (as "Hardy Hyde"), Herman Lehr, Ruby Lewis, Harry Lowry, Nellie Lynch (as "Fannie Faintwell"), Anitra Mactavish, Adele Marie, Edna Marsh, Flo May, Stella Mayhew (as "Veronica Verdigris Jackson"), Sheldon McCloy, Charles McNally, Beth McNown, Joe McShane, Addison Mead, James Monahan, Emily Monte, Robert Mulligan, Robert Nevins, Jack Norworth (as "Howson Lott"), Lucille Oakley, Ralph O'Brien, John O'Donnell, Lester Ostrander, Madge Parsells, Nina Pastorelli, Walter Percival (as "Dr. Launcelot Lightfoot"), Etta Pillard, John Pillard, Leslie Powers, Sophia Ralph, Belle Robinson, Daisy Rudd, Josie Sadler (as "Lily Kraus"), Ernest Schnaps, Gladys Seymour, Van Sheldon, Topsy Siegrist (as "Perdita Pears"), Clara Stanton, Mabel Stewart, Billie Taylor (as "Guy Vandergould"), Gertrude Thurston, Blanche Turner, Gertrude Vanderbilt (as "Notta Sound"), Lionel Walsh (as "Bunbury Tankerville"), Frank Ward, Arthur Wells, Harry Wilde. Produced by Lew Fields.

(1910). Stage Play: The Yankee Girl. Music by Silvio Hein. Book by George V. Hobart. Lyrics by George V. Hobart. Additional lyrics by Junie McCree and C.F. Zittel. Additional music by Albert von Tilzer and C.F. Zittel. Scenic Design by Frank E. Gates and Edward A. Morange. Costume Design by Castel-Bert and Mme. Ripley. Conducted by William Lorraine. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Herald Square Theatre: 10 Feb 1910- 30 Apr 1910 (92 performances). Cast: Henry Bergman (as "Morales"), Vinnie Bradcome, Helen Broderick, Theresa Bryant, William Burress (as "Ambrose Castroba"), Janet Burton, E.J. Caldwell, William Probert Carleton, Olive Carr, Ada Christy, Bonnie Clarke, Edith Cramer, Peter Curley, Naomi Dale, Evelyn Dare, Mildred DeSilva, Florence Douglas, Marie DuPree, Nell Feltas, Dolly Filly, Eva Francis, Louis Franklyn, Harry Gilfoil, Gertrude Grant, William Halliday, Robert F. Hamilton, Effie Hopkins, Dorothy Jardon, Isabelle Lattan, Helen Latten, Harriet Leidy, Maurie Madison, Margaret Malcolm, Lotta Morse, Edith Offurt, Irene Palmer, Frederick Paulding (as "Oyama"), Katharyn Pinkerton, Anita Pollock, Paul Porter, Elsie Raymond, Blanche Ring (as "Jessie Gordon"), Juan Villasana, Lillian Wallace, Nellie Ward, Ella Warner, Sallie Webb, May Wesley, May Willard, Charles Winninger (as "Rudolph Schnitzel"), Beck Wood. Produced by Lew M. Fields.

(1910). Stage Play: Up and Down Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Jean Schwartz. Book by Edgar Smith. Lyrics by William Jerome. Additional music by Albert von Tilzer, Ted Snyder, Melville Ellis, Melville Gideon and Louis A. Hirsch. Additional lyrics by Edward Madden, Junie McCree and Irving Berlin. Musical Director: Oscar Radin. Directed by William J. Wilson. Casino Theatre: 18 Jul 1910- 17 Sep 1910 (72 performances). Cast: Adelaide & Hughes (as "Special Dancing Feature"), Ricca Allen (as "Mrs. Shark"), George Anderson (as "Apollo"), Leota Armitage (as "Chorus"), Lillian Barnett (as "Chorus"), Edna Bates (as "Chorus"), Anna Berg (as "Chorus"), Irving Berlin (as "Entertainer at the Cafe d'Lobster"), Ammie Berry (as "Chorus"), Betty Best (as "Chorus"), Martin Brown (as "Erato"), Sara Carr (as "Chorus"), James B. Carson (as "Isadore Schlameil"), Emma Carus (as "Melpomene"), Bertha Caruthers (as "Chorus"), Sylvia Clarke (as "Lucius/Chorus"), Edward Cutler (as "Chorus"), Lillian Darlington (as "Chorus"), Mae Dealy (as "Mrs. Shopleigh/Euterpe"), Ray Dodge (as "Chorus/George Lushington"), Edna Dodsworth (as "Chorus"), May Donahue (as "Mrs. Bumpkin"), Florence Douglas (as "Chorus"), Helen Edwards (as "Chorus"), Marie Flood (as "Mrs. Shirkflat/Chorus"), Gene Foxcroft (as "Chu Gum"), Eddie Foy (as "Momus"), Lillian Gay (as "Chorus"), Phyllis Gordon (as "Thalia"), Jack Hagner (as "Chorus"), Frances Halliday (as "Chorus"), Patsy Hamilton (as "Chorus"), Ernest Hare (as "Vicius/Officer Casey"), Martha Hines (as "Chorus"), Henry Holt (as "Sing Hi"), Thea Howard (as "Chorus"), Ada Howell (as "Chorus"), Morien Huben (as "Chorus"), Maude Inglesby (as "Chorus"), Susie Kerwin (as "Chorus"), Ida Kramer (as "Chorus"), Irma La Pierre (as "Chorus"), Margaret Langhorne (as "Chorus"), Betty Lavalliere (as "Chorus"), George Lyman (as "Chorus"), Harry MacDonough (as "Nabba/Henry White/Jean Garcon"), Adele Marie (as "Chorus"), Blanche Marr (as "Chorus"), Blanche Mell (as "Chorus"), Peggy Merritt (as "Genus/Chorus"), Marguerite Meyers (as "Chorus"), Robert Milliken (as "Dutch McGee/Willie Run/An Umpire"), Nat Nazarro Jr., Gloria Pierce (as "Mazie Malborough"), Harry Potter (as "Chorus"), Frederick Powell (as "George Bumpkin"), Frankie Rice (as "Chorus"), Agnes Richter (as "Chorus"), Harold A. Robe (as "Gilligan/Chorus"), Hans Robert (as "Harry Soakem/Bunco Bill"), Mathilde Rodriguez (as "Chorus"), Beatrice Rose (as "Chorus"), Milbury Ryder (as "Chorus"), Oscar Schwartz (as "Chorus"), Ted Snyder (as "Entertainer at the Cafe d'Lobster"), Marguerite St. Clair (as "Pythagoras/Chorus"), Melissa Ten Eyck (as "Fan Tan"), Jane Warrington (as "Chorus"), Anna Wheaton (as "Miss Frite"), Vida Whitmore (as "Terpischore"), Eva Williams (as "Lazia"), Jesse Willingham (as "Chorus"), Jessica Worth (as "Caliope/Vivian Bumpkin"), Dorothy Wright (as "Chorus"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert and Lew M. Fields.

(1911). Stage Play: The Happiest Night of His Life. Comedy.

(1911). Stage Play: Jumping Jupiter. Musical/farce. Music by Karl Hoschna. Book by Richard Carle and Sydney Rosenfeld. Lyrics by Richard Carle and Sydney Rosenfeld. Musical Director: Hans S. Linne. Featuring songs by Grace Kahn, Harry Archer, Irving Berlin and Albert von Tilzer. Featuring songs with lyrics by Junie McCree, Gus Kahn, Francis DeWitt and Ted Snyder Directed by Richard Carle. New York Theatre: 6 Mar 1911- 25 Mar 1911 (24 performances). Cast: Natalie Alt (as "Elsie Buchanan"), Burrell Barbaretto (as "Robert Winthrop"), Helen Broderick (as "Miss Winston"), Bly Brown (as "Miss Ranier"), Jessie Cardownie (as "Caroline Goodwillie"), Richard Carle (as "Professor Goodwillie"), Anna Chandler (as "Mrs. Anastasia Kidd"), Ina Claire (as "Molly Pebbleford"), Lester J. Crawford (as "Stephen Buchanan"), Blanche Curtis (as "Miss Chalmers"), Naomi Dale (as "Miss Hupp"), Murray D'Arcy (as "Stilwell"), Jean Engels (as "Miss Renault"), John Goldsworthy (as "Marmaduke Bright"), Ida Harris (as "Miss Cadillac"), Edna Wallace Hopper (as "Connie Curtiss"), Joseph C. Miron (as "Major Felix Buchanan"), Beatrice Morton (as "Miss Pierce"), Will H. Philbrick (as "Toby Pebbleford"), Betty Scott (as "Miss Buick"), Bessie Skeer (as "Miss Daimler"), Estelle St. Clair (as "Miss Lozier"), Margaret Strasselle (as "Miss Locomobile"), Marie Vernon (as "Miss Packard"), Isabelle Winlocke (as "Genevieve Buchanan"). Produced by H.H. Frazee and George W. Lederer. (1917). Stage Play: The Star Gazer. Musical comedy. Book by Cosmo Hamilton. Music by Franz Lehár. Lyrics by Matthew C. Woodward. Based on the Viennese original by Fritz Lohner-Beda and Dr. A.M. Willner. Musical Director: Gaetano Merola. Additional music by Albert von Tilzer. Additional lyrics by Neville Fleeson. Production Supervised by J.J. Shubert. Plymouth Theatre: 26 Nov 1917- 1 Dec 1917 (8 performances). Cast: Jeanne Belyea, Carolyn Duffy, Sidonie Espero, Arthur Geary, Elizabeth Goodall, Elizabeth Harcourt, George Harcourt (as "Arthur Howard"), John Harwood, Alfred Hemming, Owen Hervey, Paul Irving, Billy Lynn, Wanda Lyon, Catherine Manning, Jeannetta Methven, John T. Murray, Jack Paulton, Theodore F. Reynolds, Herbert Salinger, Edna Temple, John Charles Thomas, Carolyn Thomson, Isabel Vernon. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1917). Stage Play: Hitchy-Koo. Musical revue. Book by Harry Grattan, Glen MacDonough and E. Ray Goetz. Music by E. Ray Goetz. Lyrics by Harry Grattan, Glen MacDonough and E. Ray Goetz. Musical Director: William Daly. Music orchestrated by Frank Saddler. Featuring songs by William White and Albert von Tilzer. Featuring songs with lyrics by Bert Hanlon and Lew Brown. Scenic Design by The Washington Square Players. Costume Design by Mme. Freisinger, Dazian, Willy Pogany, W.H. Matthews Jr. and Robert Locher. Directed by Leon Errol and Julian Mitchell. Cohan and Harris Theatre (moved to The Liberty Theatre from 27 Aug 1917 to Sep 1917, then moved to The 44th Street Theatre from 24 Sep 1917 to close): 7 Jun 1917- 15 Dec 1917 (220 performances). Cast: Florenz Ames, Helen Bond, 'Irene Bordoni', Florence Cripps, Leon Errol, William D. Galpen, Raymond Hitchcock, William Holbrook, Roy Hoyer, Teddy Hudson, Frank Keller, Dorothy Klewer, Grace La Rue, George Moore, Alfred Newman, William Rock, Felix Rush, Cissie Sewell, Eleanor St. Clair, Florence Ware, Frances White, Trixie Whiteford, Adelaide Winthrop. Produced by Raymond Hitchcock and E. Ray Goetz.

The Star Gazer (1917). Musical comedy. Book by Cosmo Hamilton. Music by Franz Lehár. Lyrics by Matthew C. Woodward. Based on the Viennese original by Fritz Lohner-Beda and Dr. A.M. Willner. Musical Director: Gaetano Merola. Additional music by Albert von Tilzer. Additional lyrics by Neville Fleeson. Production Supervised by J.J. Shubert. Plymouth Theatre: 26 Nov 1917- 1 Dec 1917 (8 performances). Cast: Jeanne Belyea, Carolyn Duffy, Sidonie Espero, Arthur Geary, Elizabeth Goodall, Elizabeth Harcourt, George Harcourt (as "Arthur Howard"), John Harwood, Alfred Hemming, Owen Hervey, Paul Irving, Billy Lynn, Wanda Lyon, Catherine Manning, Jeannetta Methven, John T. Murray, Jack Paulton, Theodore F. Reynolds, Herbert Salinger, Edna Temple, John Charles Thomas, Carolyn Thomson, Isabel Vernon. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1917). Stage Play: Words and Music. Musical revue.

(1919). Stage Play: Elsie Janis and Her Gang. Music by William B. Kernell and B.C. Hilliam. Lyrics by Richard Fechheimer and Elsie Janis. Based on material by Elsie Janis. Musical Director: William Schroeder. Featuring songs by Lee S. Roberts, Shelton Brooks, Bert Grant, Dan Kildare and Albert von Tilzer. Featuring songs with lyrics by Lew Brown, Joe Young, Clifford Grey and J. Will Callahan. Directed by Elsie Janis. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 1 Dec 1919- 17 Jan 1920 (55 performances). Cast: Ewart Allan, Mary Balfour, Harry Berger, Jack Brant, Sam Burbank, Lillian Cullen (as "The Motor Transport Girl"), Chick Deveau, Herbert Goff, Eddie Hay, Jerry Hoekstra, Elsie Janis (as "The Gang"), Henry Janswick, Howard Johnson, Bill Kernell, Bradley Knoche, Charles Lawrence, Eva Le Gallienne (as "The Parisienne"), Nat Martin, Norman Merleton, Frank Miller, Henrietta Orville, Bill Reardon, Edward W. Reno, B. Romolo, Richard Ryan, Margaret Sousa (as "The Ambulance Service Girl"), Ruth Wells, Joe Wise. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1920). Stage Play: Honey Girl. Musical comedy. Music by Albert von Tilzer. Book by Edward Clark. Lyrics by Neville Fleeson. Musicalized from "Checkers" by Henry Martyn Blossom. Musical Director: Eugene Salzer. Directed by Bert French and Sam Forrest. Cohan and Harris: 3 May 1920- 4 Sep 1920 (142 performances). Cast: Bert Alden (as "Ensemble"), Mabel Allen (as "Ensemble"), Virginia Allen (as "Ensemble"), Beatrice Anderson (as "Ensemble"), Ottie Ardine (as "Esther Blake"), Robert Armstrong (as "Orville Bryan"), Florence Ashton (as "Ensemble"), Bill Bailey (as "Ensemble"), Edna Bates (as "Honora (Honey) Parker"), Helen Berkley (as "Ensemble"), Allan Blair (as "Ensemble"), Harold Brady (as "Ensemble"), Fern Collier (as "Ensemble"), Lucretia Craig (as "Berylune/Ensemble"), Clifford Daly (as "Ensemble"), Marie DuChette (as "Ensemble"), Grace Elliott (as "Water/Ensemble"), Edmund Elton (as "Jim Hayward"), Sidonie Espero (as "Carmencita/Good Fairy"), Beth Fowne (as "Ensemble"), Annette Gardner (as "Ensemble"), Harriet Gustin (as "Fire/Ensemble"), Leo Howe (as "Ensemble"), Peter Lang (as "Judge Martin"), Kay Mahoney (as "Ensemble"), Louise Mallory (as "Ensemble"), Patricia Mayer (as "Ensemble"), Tess Mayer (as "Ensemble"), Walter Mayo (as "Ensemble"), George McKay (as "Timothy (Tip) Smiley"), Louise Meyers (as "Lucy Martin"), Frances Mink (as "Ensemble"), Dodson Mitchell (as "G.W. Parker"), William Mortimer (as "Sol Frankenstein"), Lynne Overman (as "David (Checkers) Graham"), Hazel Purcy (as "Ensemble"), Rene Riano (as "Cynthia"), Ann Ross (as "Ensemble"), Florence Rush (as "Ensemble"), Lou Sears (as "Ensemble"), Cissie Sewell (as "Marion Rose/Bluebird"), Betty Shannon (as "Ensemble"), Mercer Templeton (as "Charles Hawkins/Tyltil"), Helen Trainer (as "Night/Ensemble"), Marie Wallace (as "Ensemble"), William Wilder (as "Ensemble"), Catherine Wilson (as "Light/Ensemble"), Charlie Yorkshire (as "Thomas Lyons"). Produced by Sam Harris.

(1920). Stage Play: Silks and Satins. Musical revue. Music by Leon Rosebrook. Book by Thomas Duggan. Lyrics by Louis Weslyn. Musical Director: Leon Rosebrook. Music orchestrated by Leon Rosebrook and Alfred Delby. Featuring songs by Oliver G. Wallace, Albert von Tilzer, Harry von Tilzer, Jesse Greer, Ed Smalle and Arthur Swanstrom. Featuring songs with lyrics by William Rock, Andrew Sterling, Lew Brown, Lloyd Garrett, Arthur Freed, Jesse Greer, Ed Smalle and Arthur Swanstrom. Choreographed by Earl Lindsay. Directed by William Rock. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 15 Jul 1920- 4 Sep 1920 (60 performances). Cast: West Avey, Marcelle Barnes, Betty Brown, Babette Busey, Blanche Clark, Estelle Collette, Johnny Dale, Louise Dale, Norma Dale, Robert Dale, Ursula Dale, Delphi Daugan, William Demarest, Thomas Duggan, Helyn Elby, Zenia Fedova, Marjorie Flynn, Bernice Hart, Irene Hart, Elsie Held, Harry Hines, Phoebe King, Virginia Lee, Connie Madison, Irene Mayberry, Carolyn Maywood, Ernestine Meyers, Dennis O'Neil, Constantine Permane, Babette Raymond, Jay Regan, William Rock, George Shelly, Orilla Smith, Aileen Stanley, Betty Stewart, Jue Quon Tai, Jean Thomas, Daisy Watson, Hazel Webb, Elsie Westcott, Rudy Wiedoft. Produced by William Rock.

(1920). Stage Play: The Greenwich Village Follies of 1920. Musical revue. Music by A. Baldwin Sloane. Book by Thomas J. Gray. Lyrics by John Murray Anderson and Arthur Swanstrom. Musical Director: Charles Previn. Music orchestrated by A.C. Columbo and Mornay D. Helm. Featuring songs by Louis Silvers, James F. Hanley, Albert von Tilzer and Johnny Black. Featuring songs with lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva, Joe Goodwin, Lew Brown, Murray Roth, Howard Johnson and Cliff Hess. Scenic Design by Robert Locher and James Reynolds. Choreographed by Jack Manning. Directed by John Murray Anderson. Greenwich Village Theatre (moved to The Shubert Theatre from 20 Sep 1920- close): 30 Aug 1920- 5 Mar 1921 (217 performances). Cast: Dorothy Arnold, Ivan Bankoff, Mary Bay, Agnes Brady, Jay Brennan, Olive Brower, Florence Browne, Mona Celeste, James Clemons, Anna Mae Clift, Collins & Hart, Frank Crumit, Cyrena Dahl, Margaret Davies, Florence Elmore, Constance Farber, Irene Farber, Eugene Fosdick, Alden Gay, Harriet Gimbel, Lou Gorey, Edward Graham, Doris Green, Hap Hadley, Ford Hanford, Helen Jesmer, Allyn Joslyn, Mary Lewis, Betty Linn, Frances Mann, Mildred Mann, Howard Marsh, Peggy Matthews, Pee Wee Meyers, Florence Normand, Elizabeth North, Mlle. Phebe, Maurice Quinlivan, Bert Savoy, Margaret Severn, Sybil Stokes, Janet Stone, Martha Throop, Marie Tudar, Marie Voorhees, Helen Lee Worthing, Olga Ziceva. Produced by The Bohemians Inc. and John Murray Anderson.

(1922). Stage Play: The Gingham Girl. Musical comedy.

(1923). Stage Play: Adrienne. Musical comedy.

(1925). Stage Play: Three Doors. Written by Edward Rose and Frank Merlin. Directed by Frank S. Merlin. Lenox Little Theatre: 23 Apr 1925- May 1925 (closing date unknown/19 performances). Cast: Roy Bucklee (as "Jonathan Bold"), Johnny Cantwell (as "Ike Concave"), John O. Hewitt (as "Raymond"), Ella Landre, Joe Lanigan, Ruth MacMullen, Betty McLean, Harold Moulton (as "John Brewster"), J.R. O'Neil, Pacie Ripple, John Rowan, Winifred Salisbury (as "Lura Lee"), Ethel Stoddard Taylor (as "Mary Delmaine"), Edwin Varney (as "Arthur Drake"), Lillian Wilck. Produced by Albert von Tilzer.

(1926). Stage Play: The Merry World. Musical revue. Music by Maurice Ruebens, J. Fred Coots, Herman Hupfeld and Sam Timber. Lyrics by Clifford Grey. Musical Director: Alfred Goodman. Featuring songs by Marc Anthony and Albert von Tilzer. Featuring songs with lyrics by Leo Robin, Donovan Parsons and Herbert Reynolds. Staged by James C. Huffman. Directed by Charles Judels. Imperial Theatre (moved to The Shubert Theatre from 2 Aug 1926- close): 8 Jun 1926- 21 Aug 1926 (87 performances). Cast: Beatrice Bickel, Laine Blaire, Billie Blake, Marian Boazo, Ray Bolger [Broadway debut], Emil Boreo, Margaret Breen, Ann Burnes, Donald Calthrop, Louise Chowning, Carmen Conley, Grace Connelly, Lucita Corvera, Wilma Crossman, Edith Davis, Betty De Pascue, Bernard Dudley, Mary Dunckley, Irving Edwards, Sudworth Frazier, Selby Galloway, Grace Glover, Alexander Gray, Nicholas Grey, Elna Gudrun, Fred Harper, Morris Harvey, Grace Hayes, Evelyn Herbert, Frank Jarvis, Ann LaVerne, Edwin Lawrence, Morhora Lloyd, Lily Long, Lillian Lorray, Yoland Losee, June Lovewell, Cookie Lunsford, Eva Lynn, Frances Lynn, Helen Madigan, Ada Marcus, Jaquelyn Marshall, Ritta Martin, Maryland Collegians, Marion Mooney, Gale Moore, Jane Moore, Ruth Moore, Maxine Morton, Sylvia Neirick, Dorothy Noble, Starke Patterson, Betty Pecan, Bunnie Pedreau, Lola Raine, Dezso Retter, Annie Rose, Salt and Pepper, Betty Sheldon, Ruth Simmons, Lily Smart, Olga Smirnova, Evan Southwell, Leonie Spiro, Frances Suzanne, Mabelle Swor, Myrtle Thompson, Kao Tortoni, Peaches Tortoni, Rosalie Trego, Nicholas Tripolitoff, Helen Wallace, Thomas Whitely, Dorothy Whitmore, Virginia Whitmore. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1927). Stage Play: Bye, Bye, Bonnie. Musical comedy.

(1927). Stage Play: Burlesque. Comedy.

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