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(1913- 1935). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1913). Stage Play: The Merchant of Venice. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Harris Theatre: 20 Jan 1913- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Eric Blind, Gordon Burbe [credited as Gordon Burby], Harry Calver, Margaret Cambell, Elwyn Eaton, Roydon Erlynne, Amelia Gardner, George Gat, Charles Howson, Nicholas Joy, John E. Kellerd, Edward MacKay, Isobel Merson, Ernest Rowan, John Wray [Broadway debut].

(1913). Stage Play: Hamlet. Written by William Shakespeare. Garden Theatre: 4 Feb 1913- Feb 1913 (closing date unknown/unknown performances). Cast: Thomas Barry, Eric Blind, Gordon Burbe [credited as Gordon Burby] (as "Claudius, King of Denmark"), Elwyn Eaton (as "Polonius, Lord Chamberlain"), Arthur Edwards, Roydon Erlynne, Henry Fearing (as "Laertes, son to Polonius"), Lila Dell Frost, Amelia Gardner (as "Gertrude, Queen of Denmark and mother to Hamlet"), David George, Charles Howson, Arthur James, Nicholas Joy, John E. Kellerd (as "Hamlet, son to the late, and nephew to the present King"), Isobel Merson (as "Ophelia, daughter to Polonius"), George Pleydall, Theodore Reyner, Ernest Rowan (as "Ghost"), John Wray.

(1915). Stage Play: When the Young Vine Blooms. Written by Bjornstjerne Bjornson. Translated by Arvid Paulson. Directed by Francis Powell and Emanuel Reicher. Garden Theatre: 16 Nov 1915- Dec 1915 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Louise Berggreen, Augustin Duncan, Alberta Gallatin, Rupert Harvey, Katherine Herbert, John Lagrange, Ernita Lascelles, Bertha Mann, Alice Martin, Rosalie Mathieu, Helen May, Hugh Powell, Emanuel Reicher, Hedwiga Reicher, John Wray.

(1915). Stage Play: The Weavers. Written by Gerhart Hauptmann. Translated by Mary Morrison. Directed by Augustin Duncan and Emanuel Reicher. Garden Theatre: 14 Dec 1915- Feb 1916 (closing date unknown/87 performances). Cast: Frank Bertrand, Isabel Blanche, Harmon Cheshire, Ogden Child, Alberta Gallatin, Beatrice Harron, John E. Hines, Bertha Mann, Mortimer Martini, Helen May, John S. O'Brien, Emanuel Reicher, Ernest Rowan, Edward Smith, Kraft Walton, Charles Webster, John Wray.

(1917). Stage Play: Richelieu (Revival).

(1920). Stage Play: The Ouija Board. Drama. Written by Crane Wilbur. Directed by W.H. Gilmore. Bijou Theatre; 29 Mar 1920- May 1920 (closing date unknown/64 performances). Cast: George Dannenborg, Edward Ellis, George Gaul, Ruth Hammond, William Ingersoll, Howard Lang, Regina Wallace, Stewart E. Wilson, John Wray. Produced by A.H. Woods.

(1921). Stage Play: The Nightcap. Comedy/mystery. Written by Guy Bolton and Max Marcin. Directed by Max Marcin and Guy Bolton. 39th Street Theatre: 15 Aug 1921- Nov 1921 (closing date unknown/96 performances). Cast: Halbert Brown (as "Coroner Watrous), Ronald Colman (as "Charles"), Wilson Day, H. Dudley Hawley (as "Lester Knowles"), Walter Horton, Grant Mills, John Daly Murphy (as "Jerry Hammond"), Jerome Patrick, Jack Raffael, Elisabeth Risdon (as "Mrs. Lester Knowles"), Flora Sheffield, W.W. Shuttleworth, John Wray (as "Policeman"). Produced by Max Marcin. Note: Filmed as Secrets of the Night (1924).

(1923). Stage Play: Polly Preferred. Comedy.

(1924). Stage Play: Silence. Melodrama.

(1925). Stage Play: Wild Birds. Drama.

(1925). Stage Play: The Enemy.

(1926). Stage Play: Broadway. Drama. Written by George Abbott and Phillip Dunning. Directed by George Abbott. Broadhurst Theatre: 16 Sep 1926- 11 Feb 1928 (603 performances). Cast: Constance Brown, Sylvia Field (as "Billie Moore"), William Foran, Robert Gleckler (as "Steve Crandall"), Thomas E. Jackson (as "Dan McCorn"), Roy R. Lloyd (as "Mike"), Millard Mitchell (as "Larry"), Paul Porcasi (as "Nick Verdis"), Ann Preston (as "Katie"), Molly Ricardel, Henry Sherwood, Joseph Calleia [credited as Joseph Spurin-Calleia] (as "Joe, a waiter") [Broadway debut], Eloise Stream (as "Pearl"), Lee Tracy (as "Roy Lane"), Edith Van Cleve (as "Ruby"), Frank Verigun (as "Benny"), Mildred Wall (as "Mazie Smith"), Clare Woodbury (as "Lil Rice"), John Wray (as "Scar Edwards"). Produced by Jed Harris. Note: Filmed by Universal Pictures as Broadway (1929) (an all-talkie, with Paul Porcasi and Thomas E. Jackson recreating their stage roles, produced on a then eye-popping $1,000,000 budget), Broadway (1942), Broadway (1938) (TV).

(1927). Stage Play: Nightstick. Melodrama. Written by John Wray, J.C. Nugent, Elliott Nugent, and Elaine S. Carrington. Directed and produced by Crosby Gaige. Selwyn Theatre: 10 Nov 1927- Jan 1928 (closing date unknown/84 performances). Cast: Velma Forrest, Kathryn Givney, Raymond Hackett, Harry R. Irving, Charles Kennedy (as "Pete Manning"), Victor Kilian, Judith Lowry, Thomas Mitchell, Edgar Nelson, Lee Patrick (as "Joan Manning"), Harry Stubbs, William Tennyson, Edna White, John Wray. Produced on film as Alibi (1929) by United Artists and released in April, 1929 (in both talkie and silent versions).

(1928). Stage Play: Tin Pan Alley. Written by Hugh Stanislaus Stange. Directed by Lester Lonergan. Biltmore Theatre: 1 Nov 1928- Dec 1928 (closing date unknown/69 performances). Cast: John Abrams (as "One of the Three Jolly Good Fellows"), Ward Argo (as "One of the Rialto Rounders Roger Bacon (as "Her Son"), George Bleasdale (as "One of the Three Jolly Good Fellows"), Claudette Colbert, Dorthy Farnum (as "Old Lady"), Claire Farrell (as "One of the Small Timers"), Richard Finley (as "One of the Three Jolly Good Fellows"), Marian Florance (as "Suburbanite"), Norman Foster (as "Fred Moran"), Arthur Gaby (as "One of the Small Timers"), Arnold Goodrow (as "Escort"), John Graham (as "Suburbanite"), Alton Hamilton (as "Suburbanite"), Henry Hammond (as "Escort"), Horbert Harwood (as "Gyp"), John O. Hewitt (as "Brakeman"), Herbert Heywood (as "Pete"), Marjorie Hubert (as "Mrs."), Charlotte Hunt (as "Dumb Dora"), Mortimer Hunt (as "Mr."), Curtis Karpe (as "Tony Costero"), Donald Lashley (as "Porter"), Melvin Leewood (as "One of the Small Timers"), Sam Levene (as "Telephone Troublehunter"), Arline Lloyd (as "Suburbanite"), George M. Lloyd (as "Conductor"), David Manning (as "Jake"), Marica Manning (as "Ruthie Day"), Constance McKay (as "Peggy Loree"), William Nally (as "Bull"), Edgar Nelson (as "Johnny Dolan"), William A. Norton (as "Sgt. Dillon"), Walter Powers (as "Wop"), Marie Preston (as "Suburbanite"), Ramon Racomar (as "Georgie Dunn"), George Rogers (as "Detective Hogan"), Irving Sklar (as "Old Lady"), William Truda (as "One of the Rialto Rounders"), Grace Walsh (as "Rio Rita Girl"), Mildred Waterbury (as "Rio Rita Girl"), Marion Waters (as "One of the Small Timers"), Ben Welden (as "Isadore Marks"), Bert Wilcox (as "Charlie Roseberg"), John Wray (as "Joe Prividi"), Donald Wynne (as "Porter"). Produced by Harry Lang and Henry B. Forbes. Note: Filmed by Joseph M. Schenck Productions [distributed by United Artists] as New York Nights (1929) [Mr. Wray appeared in the film adaption].

(1930). Stage Play: So Was Napoleon (Sap from Syracuse). Farce. Written by Jack O'Donnell and John Wray. Directed by John Hayden. Sam H. Harris Theatre: 8 Jan 1930- Jan 1930 (closing date unknown/25 performances). Cast: Granville Bates (as "Solomon Hycross"), Spencer Bentley, Paul Byron, Frances Crossey, Frank Dae (as "Adolph"), Ruth Donnelly (as "Dolly Thornton"), Elsa Ersi, Louis Frohoff, Albert Gesse (as "Beauvais"), Oliver Holmes, Hugh McConnell, Grant Mills, Mary Murray, Jack Raffael, Sidney Riggs, Czara Romanyi, Marcel Rousseau (as "A Detective"), Lloyd Russell, Joseph Spelvin, Roland Wilson. Produced by Robert V. Newman and Arnold Johnson.

(1935). Stage Play: Achilles Had a Heel. Written by Martin Flavin. Directed by Walter Hampden [in the opening night's program , Mr. Hampden acknowledged the invaluable cooperation of Martin Flavin and Howard Lindsay]. 44th Street Theatre: 13 Oct 1935- Oct 1935 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Walter Hampden (as "Keeper of the Elephant"), Sylvia Field (as "Lou"), John Wray (as "Slats") [final Broadway role]. Produced by Walter Hampden.


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