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(1906- 1945). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1906). Stage Play: The Measure of a Man. Drama. Written by Cora Maynard. Weber's Music Hall: 20 Oct 1906- Nov 1906 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Katherine Bell, James H. Bradbury, Andrew Buckley, Robert Drouet (as "Arnold King"), E.F. Gilpin, Harry Gwynette, Mary Hall, Percy Haswell (as "Ruth"), E.M. Holland (as "Christopher Guthrie"), George Holland, Lillian Newman, Scott Siggins, Cyril Vezina, Richard Warner, Mortimer Weldon, Barry O'Moore [credited as Herbert Yost] (Broadway debut). Produced by Daniel V. Arthur and J. Fred Zimmerman Jr.

(1911). Stage Play: Over Night. Comedy. Written by Philip Bartholomae. Hackett Theatre (moved to The Playhouse Theatre from 17 Apr 1911 to close): 2 Jan 1911- unknown (160 performances). Cast: Arthur Aylesworth [Broadway debut], Royal Byron, Terese Deagle, Joseph Dillon, Max Freeman, Grace Griswold, Robert Kelly, Margaret Lawrence, John Morton, Jean Newcombe, Norma Winslow, Wallace Worsley, Barry O'Moore. Produced by William A. Brady.

(1914). Stage Play: The Marriage of Columbine.

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(1917) Stage: Appeared in "The Morris Dance" on Broadway. Written by Harley Granville-Barker, from the novel "The Wrong Box" by Robert Louis Stevenson. Based on Lloyd Osbourne. Little Theatre: 13 Feb 1917-Mar 1917 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Richard Bennett, Sidney Blackmer, William Foster, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Ethelbert Hales, Dora Heritage, Isadore Marcil, James W. Morrison, Gerald Oliver-Smith, Robert Rendel, Elisabeth Risdon, John L. Shine, Carl M. Tyng, Peter Woolman. Produced by Winthrop Ames.

(1917) Stage: Appeared in "Polly With a Past" on Broadway. Comedy.

(1920). Stage Play: The Young Visitors. Burlesque. Written by Mrs. George Norman and Margaret MacKenzie. Based on the book by Daisy Ashford. Directed by John Cromwell. 39th Street Theatre: 29 Nov 1920- Dec 1920 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Kathleen Andrus (as "Lady Helena Herring"), Harold Anstruther (as "Bernard Clark"), Josephine Bernard (as "Lady Gay Finchling"), Ellen Ripley Bowles (as "A Stray Lady"), Robert Brott (as "Horace"), Florence Burdett (as "A Duchess"), Wilfrid Cawthorne (as "Railway Policeman"), Grace Dougherty (as "Daisy Ashford"), Marie Goff (as "Ethel Monticue"), Ruby Gordon (as "A Stray Lady/Rosalind"), Fredericka Greville (as "A Stray Lady"), Charles Hanna (as "Minnit"), Peggy Harvey (as "Lady in Pay Desk"), Mary Haswell (as "The Archduchess of Greenwich"), Frank Hollins (as "Procurio"), F. Serano Keating (as "Footman"), Stewart Kemp (as "1st Menial"), Roswell Lowry (as "2nd Menial"), Leslie Palmer (as "The Prince"), Lionel Pape (as "The Earl of Clincham"), Marvin Rapp (as "The Earl of Tullyvarden"), Bernard Savage (as "Charles"), Albert Shrubb (as "Railway Porter"), Barry O'Moore (as "Mr. Salteena"). Produced by William A. Brady.

(1921) Stage: Appeared in "A Bachelor's Night" on Broadway. Farce.

(1922) Stage: Appeared in "Why Men Leave Home" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Avery Hopwood. Directed by Collin Kemper. Morosco Theatre: 12 Sep 1922-Jan 1923 (closing date unknown/135 performances). Produced by Wagenhals and Collin Kemper.

(1924) Stage: Appeared in "The New Poor" on Broadway. Comedy.

(1924) Stage: Appeared in "The Comedienne" on Broadway.

(1925) Stage: Appeared in "The Enchanted April" on Broadway. Comedy.

(1927) Stage: Appeared (as "Wiczek") in "One Glorious Hour" on Broadway. Romantic comedy. Translated by Ella Barnett. Directed by Ullrich Haupt. Selwyn Theatre: 14 Apr 1927-May 1927 (closing date unknown/20 performances). Cast: Gail De Hart, Jay Fassett (as "Armin"), Ullrich Haupt (as "Eric"), Karl Huebl, Joseph Kilgour (as "Lancken"), Vivienne Osborne (as "Maria"), Effingham Pinto (as "Roland"), Carl Reed, Gladys Wilson. Produced by Murray Phillips.

What the Doctor Ordered (1927). Farce. Written by Caesar Dunn. Directed by John Cromwell.

I Want My Wife (1930). Comedy.

Rock Me, Julie (1931). Drama. Written by Kenneth Raisbeck. Directed by James Light. Royale Theatre: 3 Feb 1931- Feb 1931 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: Jean Adair (as "Janet Satterlee"), Thomas Coffin Cooke (as "Joseph Satterlee"), Betty Hanna (as "Stella Satterlee"), Otto Hulett (as "Guy Dexter"), Wanda Lyon (as "Mrs. Archer Satterlee"), Helen Menken (as "Charlotte Satterlee"), Paul Muni (as "Steven Moorhead"), Dorothy Sands (as "Winifred Satterlee Dexter"), James Spottswood (as "Archer Satterlee"), Barry O'Moore (as "Raymond Purss"). Produced by Morris Green and Lewis E. Gensler.

Congratulations (1929). Comedy. Written by Morgan Wallace. Directed by Edward C. Lilley. National Theatre: 30 Apr 1929- Jun 1929 (closing date unknown/39 performances). Cast: George Anderson (as "Tony Sicardo"), Blanche Benton (as "Andrea Darnell"), Halliam Bosworth (as "Frank Mann"), Joan Bourdelle (as "Irene Johnson"), Laurette Bullivant (as "Mary Sutton"), John A. Butler (as "S.L. Richardson"), Robert Cummings (II) (as "Peter Johnson"), John T. Doyle (as "Tim Murry"), Robert Farrell (as "Arthur Scott"), Preston Foster (as "Bert"), Virginia Howell (as "Susie Curtis"), Henry Hull (as "Morgan Wallace"), Lenita Lane (as "Madge Wells"), Freddy Larimer (as "Jack Rogers"), Charles F. McCarthy (as "Hal Conklin"), Max Von Mitzel (as "Wilmer Farrell"), Barry O'Moore (as "Caldwell"). Produced by Lawrence Shubert Lawrence Sr.

The Goat Song (1926). Written by Franz Werfel, as translated by Ruth Langner. Directed by Jacob Ben-Ami. Guild Theatre: 25 Jan 1926- Mar 1926 (closing date unknown/58 performances). Cast: Zita Johann (as "Kruna"), Harold Clurman, Lynn Fontanne, Dwight Frye, Philip Loeb, Alfred Lunt, Edward G. Robinson, Erskine Sanford, Barry O'Moore, Blanche Yurka.

A Proud Woman (1926). Comedy. Written by Arthur Richman. Directed by John Hayden. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 15 Nov 1926- Nov 1926 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: Percy Ames, Florence Eldridge (as "Marion Taylor"), Brandon Evans, Madeleine King, John Marston, Anne Morrison, Elisabeth Risdon (as "Julia Cates"), Margaret Wycherly (as "Mrs. Merritt"), Barry O'Moore (as "Wilbur Cates"). Produced by Edgar Selwyn.

In for the Night (1917).

(1915). Stage Play: The Clever Ones.

(1944). Stage Play: Jacobowsky and the Colonel. Comedy. Written by S.N. Behrman. Based on an original play by Franz Werfel. Incidental music by Paul Bowles. Assistant Stage Mgr: Bettina Cerf. General Stage Manager: Coby Ruskin. Directed by Elia Kazan. Martin Beck Theatre: 14 Mar 1944- 10 Mar 1945 (417 performances). Cast: Annabella (as "Marianne") [Broadway debut], Louis Calhern (as "Colonel Tadeusz Boleslav Stjerbinsky"), Oskar Karlweis (as "S.L. Jacobowsky"), Harold Vermilyea (as "Gestapo Official"), J. Edward Bromberg (as "Szabuniewicz"), Donald Cameron (as "Monsieur Serouille/Senator Brisson"), Philip Collier (as "Air Raid Warden"), Philip Coolidge (as "The Dice Player"), Harry Davis (as "Soloman/Papa Clarion"), Louise Dowdney (as "A Young Girl"), Joseph Kallini (as "Street Singer"), Peter Kass (as "Szycke"), Edward Kreisler (as "Sergeant De Ville/Second French Soldier") [Broadway debut], Don Lee (as "Wilhelm/First German Soldier"), Jules Leni (as "Child"), Jane Marbury (as "Old Lady from Arras"), E.G. Marshall (as "Brigadier"), Kitty Mattern (as "Cosette"), Bob Merritt (as "Max/Second German Soldier"), Frank Overton (as "First Lieutenant"), Coby Ruskin (as "A Chauffeur"), William Sanders (as "The Commissaire"), Burton Tripp (as "Gendarme/First French Soldier"), Hilda Vaughn (as "Madame Bouffier"), Harrison Winter (as "Sleeping Shopkeeper"), Barry O'Moore (as "The Tragic Gentleman") [final Broadway role]. Replacement actors: Donald Arbury (as "Monsieur Serouille/Senator Brisson"), Oliver Cliff (as "The Dice Player"), Loney Lewis (as "Szabuniewicz"), Herbert Ratner (as "Air Raid Warden/Max/Second German Soldier"), Gwilym Williams (as "Street Singer"). Produced by The Theatre Guild (Theresa Helburn, Lawrence Langner: Administrative Directors). Produced in association with Jack H. Skirball. Note: Filmed by William Goetz Productions [distributed by Columbia Pictures] as Me and the Colonel (1958).

(1939). Stage Play: Morning's at Seven. Comedy. Written by Paul Osborn. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Joshua Logan. Longacre Theatre: 30 Nov 1939- 6 Jan 1940 (44 performances). Cast: Jean Adair (as "Cora Swanson"), John Alexander (as "Homer Bolton"), Thomas Chalmers (as "Theodore Swanson"), Russell Collins (as "Carl Bolton"), Dorothy Gish (as "Aaronetta Gibbs"), Enid Markey (as "Myrtle Brown"), Kate McComb (as "Ida Bolton"), Effie Shannon, Barry O'Moore (as "David Crampton"). Produced by Dwight Wiman.

(1938). Stage Play: Wine of Choice. Comedy. Written by S.N. Behrman. Scenic Design by Lee Simonson. Directed by Herman Shumlin. Guild Theatre: 21 Feb 1938- Mar 1938 (closing date unknown/43 performances). Cast: Leslie Banks (as "Ryder Gerrard"), Claudia Morgan (as "Wilda Doran"), Alexander Woollcott (as "Binkie Niebuhr"), Donald Cook (as "Laddy Sears"), John Maroney (as "Collins"), Theodore Newton (as "Dow Christophsen"), Paul Stewart (as "Leo Traub"), Akihiko Yoshiwara (as "Togo"), Barry O'Moore [credited as Leslie Banks] (as "Charles Dow Hanlon"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.

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