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Active on Broadway in the following productions:

The Little Millionaire (1911). Farce.

Miss Princess (1912). Musical/operetta.

The Madcap Duchess (1913). Musical comedy/opera.

The Only Girl (1914). Musical comedy.

Sybil (1916). Musical comedy. Music by Viktor Jacobi [credited as Victor Jacobi]. American Version by Harry Graham and Harry B. Smith. Musical Director: Harold Vicars. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith and Harry Graham. Liberty Theatre: 16 Jan 1916- 3 Jun 1916 (168 performances). Cast: Edith Allen (as "Chorus"), Stewart Baird (as "Captain Paul Petrow"), Dorothy Banks (as "Chorus"), Marna Blanchard (as "Chorus"), Donald Brian (as "The Grand Duke Constantine"), Alice Carrington (as "Chorus"), Joseph Cawthorn (as "Otto Spreckles"), Frances Ceratt (as "Chorus"), Gene Cole (as "Chorus"), Clyde Crawford (as "A Schoolmaster"), William Doyle (as "Chorus"), Clara Eckstrom (as "Chorus"), Kathleen Edwards (as "Chorus"), Leona Francis (as "Chorus"), Marie Francis (as "Chorus"), William Francis Jr. (as "Lieutenant Koyander"), Joseph Fuller (as "Chorus"), Maisie Gay (as "Margot"), Walter Gilbert (as "Captain Dologow"), Lenora Greenwood (as "Chorus"), Russell Griswold (as "Chorus"), Charles Hampden (as "Bortschakow"), Jackson Hines (as "Captain Milowski"), William L. Hobart (as "Chorus"), Owen Jones (as "Chorus"), Charles Kamp (as "Chorus"), Frank Kenny (as "Chorus"), William Kenny (as "Chorus"), Arthur Kugler (as "Chorus"), Cynthia Latham (as "Chorus/Mrs. Crighton"), Lillian Lavonne (as "Chorus"), Charles Lester (as Lieutenant Zelenoy"), Kathleen Lindley (as "Chorus"), Clarence Lutz (as "Chorus"), George E. Mack (as "The Governor of Bomsk"), Eunice MacKay (as "Chorus"), Frank Markham Cossack Officer/Chorus"), Robert Markwell (as "Mr. Crighton"), Emily Monte (as "Chorus"), Millie Murray (as "Chorus"), Yetla Nicol (as "Chorus"), Prudence O'Shea (as "Chorus"), Lester Ostrander (as "Chorus"), Goldier Redding (as "Chorus"), Helen Rintelen (as "Chorus"), Katherine Rodgers (as "Chorus"), George Ross (as "Chorus"), Julia Sanderson (as "Sybil Renaud"), Eleanor Scott (as Chorus"), Cissie Sewell (as "Dance Specialty"), Frank Snyder (as "Chorus"), Master Statzes (as "Page Boy"), Helen Trainer (as "Chorus"), Joseph V. Tullar (as "Chorus"), A. von Bereghy (as "Chorus"), Louise Ward (as "Chorus"), George Wharton (as "Second Waiter/Chorus"), Josephine Whittell (as "The Grand Duchess Anna Pavlovna"), Dorice Wingrove (as "Chorus"), Edward C. Yeager (as "First Waiter/Chorus"). Produced by Charles Frohman Inc.

Glorianna (1918). Musical.

Betty, Be Good (1920). Musical/farce.

One Kiss (1923). Comedy.

The Busybody (1924). Comedy.

No, No, Nanette (1925). Musical comedy. Book by Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel. Lyrics by Irving Caesar and Otto A. Harbach and Frank Mandel. Music by Vincent Youmans. Based on the comedy "My Lady Friends" by Frank Mandel and Emil Nyitray. Musical Staging by Sammy Lee. Musical Direction by Nicholas Kempner. Directed by Harry Frazee. Globe Theatre: 16 Sep 1925- 19 Jun 1926 (321 performances). Cast: Marjorie Bailey, William Bailey, Jack Barker, Bonnie Bland, Veeda Burgett, Wellington Cross (as "Bill Early, a Lawyer") [final Broadway role], Eleanor Dawn, Ethel Gibson, Louise Groody, Jane Hurd, Peggy Johnstone, Douglas Keaton, Ruth Kent, Helen Keyes, Jerome Kirkland [final Broadway appearance], Mary Lawlor, Edouard Le Febvre, Beatrice Lee, Stanley Lipton, Lillian MacKenzie, Aline Martin, Alfred Milano, Beth Milton, Lucille Moore, Raymond Moore, Edward Nell Jr., Ellen O'Brien, Georgia O'Ramey, Adele Ormiston, Hazel Pando, Frank Parker, Eleanor Rowe, Robert Spencer, May Sullivan, Winifred Verina, Eva Vincent, Edna Whistler, Josephine Whittell (as "Lucille Early, Billys Wife"), Beatrice Wilson, Charles Winninger (as "Jimmy Smith"). Produced by 'Harry Frazee. Note: This production is commonly identified with the Boston Red Sox "Curse" legend. The story goes that producer Harry Frazee sold Babe Ruth to the New York Yankees in order to finance the production.

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