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(1924- 1936). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1924). Stage Play: The Ancient Mariner. Based on the poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Provincetown Playhouse: 6 Apr 1924- May 1924 (closing date unknown/33 performances' played in rotation with "George Dandin"). Cast: E.J. Ballantine, John Brewster, Rupert Caplan, Charles Ellis, Robert Forsyth, Rosalinde Fuller (as "Bride"), Ben Keiley, Rita Matthias, Harold McGee, James Meighan, Henry O'Neill, H.L. Rothchild, James Shute, William Stahl (as "Chorus"), Gerald Stopp, John Taylor, Crane Whitley (credited as Clem Wilenchick) [Broadway debut]. Produced by The Provincetown Players.

(1933). Stage Play: Conquest. Written by Arthur Hopkins. Directed by Arthur Hopkins. Plymouth Theatre: 18 Feb 1933- Feb 1933 (closing date unknown/10 performances). Cast: Judith Anderson (as "Helen Nolte"), Charles Brown, Hugh Buckler, Boyd Davis (as "Dr. Thomas Wilson"), Bernice Elliott, Suzanne Freeman, Raymond Hackett, Joyce Hill, Henry Lase, Katherine Lowry, James MacColl, Louis MacMichael, Henry O'Neill (as "Frederick Nolte, Sr."), Tania Redfield, Bernice Richmond, Harvey Stephens, Edward Toledano, Crane Whitley (as "People of the Masquerade") (credited as "Clement Wilenchick), Jane Wyatt (as "Eva Locke"), Dorothy Young. Produced by Arthur Hopkins.

Rendezvous (1932). Written by Barton MacLane. Directed by Arthur Hopkins. Broadhurst Theatre: 12 Oct 1932- Oct 1932 (closing date unknown/21 performances). Cast: Murray Alper (as "Regan"), E.J. Ballantine (as "Private Vincent"), Doan Borrup (as "Boss Potter"), Paul Caldwell, James Clairton, Larry Clark, Jerome Cowan (as "Calgano"), Jack Davis, Thomas Dillon, Tom Fadden, Ruth Fallows, Jackson Halliday, Ross Hertz (as "Boyle"), Charles Kennedy, Nolan Leary, Randolph Leyman, Robert Lowe, Barton MacLane (as "Private Oakley"), Arthur Marlowe, William Maxwell, Frances Meade, John Monks, Neill O'Malley, Henry Shelvey, Henry Sherwood, George W. Smith, Frank Surry, Crane Whitley (credited as Clement Wilenchick) (as "Mitchell"). Produced by Arthur Hopkins.

Night Over Taos (1932). Written by Maxwell Anderson. Directed by Lee Strasberg. 48th Street Theatre: 9 Mar 1932- Mar 1932 (closing date unknown/13 performances). Cast: Luther Adler, Stella Adler, Margaret Barker, Harry Bellaver, Phoebe Brand, J. Edward Bromberg, Grover Burgess, Morris Carnovsky, William Challee, Walter Coy, Virginia Parmer, Sylvia Feningston, Friendly Ford, Gerrit Kraber, Lewis Leverett, Robert Lewis, Gertrude Maynard, Sanford Meisner, Paula Miller, Mary Morris, Ruth Nelson, Clifford Odets, Dorothy Patten, Herbert Ratner, Philip Robinson, Art Smith, Eunice Stoddard (as "Lita"), Franchot Tone (as "Federico"), Crane Whitley (credited as Clement Wilenchick). Produced by The Group Theatre, Inc.

1931- (1931). Drama. Written by Claire Sifton and Paul Sifton. Directed by Lee Strasberg. Mansfield Theatre: 10 Dec 1931- Dec 1931 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Cast: Stella Adler, Harry Bellaver, Phoebe Brand, J. Edward Bromberg, Grover Burgess, Morris Carnovsky, William Challee, Walter Coy, Virginia Farmer, Friendly Ford, Gerrit Kraber, Lewis Leverett, Robert Louis, Gertrude Maynard, Byron McGrath, Sanford Meisner, Mary Morris, Ruth Nelson, Clifford Odets, Sylvia Pennington, Philip Robinson, Art Smith, Eunice Stoddard, Franchot Tone, Crane Whitley (credited as Clement Wilenchick). Produced by The Group Theatre Company.

The House of Connelly (1931). Drama. Written by Paul Green. Directed by Lee Strasberg and Cheryl Crawford. Martin Beck Theatre: 28 Sep 1931- Dec 1931 (closing date unknown/91 performances). Cast: Stella Adler (as "Geraldine Connelly"), Margaret Barker, Phoebe Brand (as "Serenader"), J. Edward Bromberg (as "Duffy"), Morris Carnovsky (as "Robert Connelly"), William Challee (as "Jodie/Serenader"), Walter Coy (as "Charlie/Serenader"), Fanny De Knight, Virginia Farmer, Sylvia Feningston, Friendly Ford, Gerrit Kraber, Lewis Leverett, Robert Lewis, Gertrude Maynard, Rose McClendon, Paula Miller, Mary Morris, Ruth Nelson, Clifford Odets (as "Reuben/Serenader"), Dorothy Patten, Herbert Ratner, Philip Robinson, Art Smith, Eunice Stoddard (as "Evelyn Connelly"), Franchot Tone (as "Will Connelly"), Crane Whitley (as "Alec/Serenader") (credited as Clement Wilenchick"). Produced by The Group Theatre, Inc. Produced under the auspices of The Theatre Guild.

(1931). Stage Play: Miracle at Verdun. Drama. Written by Hans Chlumberg. Translated by Julian Leigh. Directed by Herbert J. Biberman. Martin Beck Theatre: 16 Mar 1931- Apr 1931 (closing date unknown/49 performances). Cast: Edward Arnold (as "Dr. Paetz"), J.W. Austin (as "Sharpe"), Anthony Baker, Jacob Bleifer, Thomas A. Braidon, George Brant, Hilda Case, Valerie Cossart, Martin Cravath, Alexander Danaroff, Juan De La Cruz, Robert Deviera, Walter Dressel, Miriam Elias, Jules Epailly (as "Remusat, Premier Delcampe"), Shirley Gale, Douglas Garden, John Gerard, Caryl Gillin, Lucien Girardin, Germaine Giroux, David Gorcey, Joan Grahn, Joseph Green, Hans Hansen, John Hoyt (credited as John Hoysradt) (as "Pillwein," "French Officer," "Radio Announcer," and "Jacques"), Alexander Ivo, J. Kunihari, Ari Kutai, Edouard La Roche, Joseph Lazarovici, Con MacSunday, George Magis, Mario Majeroni, Owen Meech, Robert Middlemass (as "Jackson" and "Clarkson"), Claude Rains (as "Heydner," "Messenger," and "Lamparenne"), Michael Rosenberg, Helene Salinger, Francis Schaeger, Sidney Stavro, Marion Stephenson, Akim Tamiroff (as "Roubeau"), Peter Wayne, Crane Whitley (credited as Clem Wilenchick) (as "Morel"), Max Willenz, Percy Woodley, Hanaki Yoshiwara, Ali Yousuff, Salvatore Zito. Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1933). Stage Play: Little Ol' Boy. Drama. Written by Albert Bein. Directed by Joseph Losey. Playhouse Theatre: 24 Apr 1933- May 1933 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Cast: Lew Amster (as "Boy"), Warren Bryan (as "Johnny Hamilton"), John Drew Colt (as "Roy Wells"), Edward Craven (as "Pieface"), Leo Curley (as "Mr. Leach"), Henry De Koven (as "Boy"), Muni Diamond (as "Ed Sweet"), Randolph Echols (as "Wagon-Driver"), Tom Fadden (as "Dewey Hunter"), Jimmy Fallon (as "Enoch Bryant"), Alex Ferency (as "Boy"), Thomas Fischer (as "Horsethief"), Otto Frederick (as "Smithy"), Saul Gellis (as "Boy"), Ara Gerald (as "Hyacinth"), Harold Grau (as "Carrol"), Jack Howard (as "Penitentiary Guard"), Garson Kanin [Broadway debut] (as "Tommy Deal"), Fred Kaufman (as "Boy"), Josef Lazarovici (as "Ossie Prater"), Roy Le May (as "Little Deadman"), George Leland (as "Boy"), William Lynn (as "Mr. Sanger"), Joseph McGarrity (as "Jimmy Green"), Burgess Meredith (as "Red Barry"), Coleman Norton (as "Tall Boy"), Edwin Philips (as "Robert Lockert"), Charles Powers (as "Brownie"), Richard Segal (as "Pee Wee"), Lionel Stander (as "Chock"), Frankie Thomas (as "Possum"), Boris Vodeski (as "Boy"), Crane Whitley [credited as Clem Wilenchick] (as "Monitor"), Joe Zito (as "Boy"). Produced by Henry Hammond Inc.

(1933). Stage Play: Jezebel. Drama. Written by Owen Davis. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 19 Dec 1933- Jan 1934 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Laura Bowman, Ruth Boyd, Ida Brown, Reed Brown Jr., Alston Burleigh, Helen Claire, Gage Clarke, Joseph Cotten (as "Dick Ashley"), Frances Creel, Leo Curley, Owen Davis, Jr., Miriam Hopkins (as "Julie Kendrick"), Anita Jackson, Blois Jackson, Romaine Johns, Bjorn Koefoed, Harold Martin, Joseph Maxwell, Henry May, Gilbert McKay, Rena Mitchell, Lew Payton, Henry Richards, William Richardson, James Waters, Crane Whitley (as "Joe Staley") (credited as Clem Wilenchick), Cora Witherspoon (as "Miss Sally"), Frederic Worlock, Ray Yeates. Produced by Katharine Cornell and Guthrie McClintic. Note: Ms. Hopkins replaced ill Tallulah Bankhead during rehearsals.

(1934). Stage Play: The Lady from the Sea. Drama.

(1934). Stage Play: Peace on Earth. Drama. Written by George Sklar and Albert Maltz. Directed by Robert B. Sinclair. 44th Street Theatre: 31 Mar 1934- 17 Apr 1934 (18 performances). Cast: Abner Biberman (as "The Guard"), Donald A. Black, John Boruff, Halliam Bosworth (as "President Howard"), Alice Brooks, John Brown, Allace Carroll, Thomas Griffin Cooke, Alvin Dexter, Charles Esdale, Earl Ford, John Garfield [credited as Jules Garfield] (as "Bob Peters/The Messenger"), David Gray, Millicent Green (as "Rose"), Ethel Intropodi (as "Jo Owens"), David Lesan, James MacDonald, Hilda Reis, Paul Stein, Mara Tartar, Charles Thompson, Frank Tweddell (as "Krauss/Bill Prentice/Attorney Gordon"), Walter Vonnegut, Maurice Wells, Crane Whitley [credited as Clem Willenchick] (as "Fred Miller"). Produced by The Theatre Union.

(1943). Stage Play: Dark Eyes. Comedy. Written by Elena Miramova in collaboration with Eugenie Leontovich. The comedy opened on June 21, 1948 for a six-night run, at Newport Harbour High School Auditorium, California. Crane Whitley as Larry Field. George Reeves as the Nicolai Toradje. Ellanora Needles as Helen Field. Marta Mitrovich as Tonia Karpova. Eugenie Leontovich reprised her role from the original 1943 Broadway production, as Natasha Rapakovitch.

(1935). Stage Play: Paths of Glory. Tragedy. Written by Sidney Howard. Based on the novel by Humphrey Cobb. Directed by Arthur Hopkins. Plymouth Theatre: 26 Sep 1935- Oct 1935 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Robert Adams, Paul Alberts, Lee Baker (as "Colonel Dax"), E.J. Ballantine (as "Captain Saucy"), Edgar Barrier, Sanford Bickart, John Bohn, Milo Boulton (as "Duval"), Ranney Compton, Jerome Cowan (as "Ferol"), Stephen Crane, Herschel Cropper, Jack Daniels, Jack Davis, Ann Dere (as "The Proprietress of the Café du Carrefour"), Roland Drew, Ted Erwin, Carl Frank, Nicholas Harlow, William Harrigan, Perry Ivins (as "Sergeant-Chaplain Picard"), Wardell Jennings, Bernard Kisner, David Leonard, Benedict MacQuarrie, Arthur Marlowe, Myron McCormick (as "Langlois"), Harold Moffet (as "Sergeant Jonnart"), Leonard Penn, Dick Purcell (as "Sergeant Gounod") [only Broadway role], Guy Repp (as "Captain Charpentier"), Philip Robinson, Jack Roseleigh, Richard Ross, George Ryan, Cyril Scott (as "General de Guerville"), John Seager, Jerry Sloane, George W. Smith, Paul Stiller, Norman Stuart, George Tobias (as "Meyer"), Crane Whitley (as "Poujade") [credited as Clem Wilenchick]. Produced by Arthur Hopkins. Note: Sidney Howard's adaptation was not credited to the film Paths of Glory (1957) based on the same book.

(1934). Stage Play: Geraniums in My Window. Comedy. Written by Samuel Ornitz and Vera Caspary. Directed by Sidney Salkowitz. Longacre Theatre: 26 Oct 1934- Nov 1934 (closing date unknown/27 performances). Cast: Cyril Chadwick (as "Randolph Starr"), Audrey Christie (as "Nellie Quinn"), Tom Ewell, Alan Goode (as "Michael Henry Cronin"), Eda Heinemann (as "Miss Windsor"), Ben Laughlin (as "Ryan"), Robert Leonard (as "Weinstein"), Bruce MacFarlane (as "Slater Jones/Toby Starr"), Ruth Matteson (as "Kathie Starr") [Broadway debut], Viola Richard (as "Rosabelle"), Frank Shannon (as "Joe"), Beau Tilden [credited as Milano Tilden] (as "Policeman"), Harold Waldridge (as "Louie"), Crane Whitley [credited as Clem Wilenchick). Produced by Phil Baker and Laura D. Wilck.


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