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  • (1912 - 1944) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1912) Stage Play: Hindle Wakes. Written by Stanley Houghton. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 9 Dec 1912- Jan 1913 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Alice Chapin (as "Mrs. Jeffcote"), Dulcie Conry (as "Beatrice Farrar"), Charles F. Lloyd (as "Sir Anthony Farrar"), Herbert Lomas (as "Nathaniel Jeffcote"), Kathleen MacPherson (as "Ada"), Alice O'Dea (as "Mrs. Hawthorn"), Emilie Polini (as "Fanny Hawthorn"), James C. Taylor (as "Christopher Hawthorn"), Roland Young (as "Alan Jeffcote") [Broadway debut]. Produced by William A. Brady.
  • (1915) Stage Play: John Gabriel Borkman. Drama (revival). Written by Henrik Ibsen. Directed by Emanuel Reicher [earliest Broadway credit]. Lyceum Theatre: 1 Apr 1915- 3 Apr 1915 (3 performances). Cast: Inez Banghart, Paul Gordon, Alice Harrington, Alma Kruger, Thais Lawton, Emanuel Reicher (as "John Gabriel Borkman"), Edith Seabury, Roland Young. Produced by Modern Stage.
  • (1916) Stage Play: The Seagull. Comedy/drama. Written by Anton Chekhov. Translated by Marion Fell. Bandbox Theatre: 20 May 1916- 31 May 1916 (unknown performances). Cast: E.J. Ballantine (as "Medvedenko"), Frank Conroy, Elinor M. Cox, Florence Enright, Walter Frankl, Mary Morris (as "Nina") [Broadway debut], W.A. Richardson, Ralph Roeder, Jean Strange, Robert Strange (as "The Cook"), Suzette Stuart, Helen Westley (as "Madame Arkadina"), Roland Young (as "Konstantin Treplev"). Produced by The Washington Square Players.
  • (1916) Stage Play: Literature (Revival). Written by Arthur Schnitzler. Translated by Andre Tridon. Comedy Theatre: 30 Aug 1916- unknown (unknown performances/played in repertory with Eugenically Speaking, A Miracle of St. Anthony, A Bear, A Merry Death, Lover's Luck, The Sugar House, Sisters of Susanne, Trifles, Another Way Out, Bushido, Altruism, The Last Straw, A Private Account, The Hero of Santa Maria, The Death of Tintagiles, Plots and Playwrights, The Poor Fool, Sganarelle, and Pariah). Cast: Elinor Cox, Raymond Ellegood, Florence Enright, Betty Flammer, Walter Frankl, Spalding Hall, Edwin Hicks, Arthur Hohl, Jack Le Clercq, Harriet Merwin, Ralph Roeder, Estelle Rooge, Jean Strange, Robert Strange, James G. Terbell, Helen Westley, Roland Young. Produced by The Washington Square Players.
  • (1916) Stage Play: Good Gracious Annabelle. Written by Clare Kummer. Theatre Republic: 31 Oct 1916- Feb 1917 (closing date unknown/111 performances). Cast: Harry C. Bradley, J. Palmer Collins, Lola Fisher, Ruth Harding, Edwin Holland, Harry Ingram, Helen Lee, Mac Macomber, Edwin Nicander, Willis Reed, Walter Schellin, May Vokes, Roland Young. Produced by Arthur Hopkins. Note: Filmed by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation as Good Gracious, Annabelle (1919).
  • (1917) Stage Play: A Successful Calamity. Comedy. Written by Clare Kummer. Booth Theatre: 5 Feb 1917- Jun 1917 (closing date unknown/144 performances). Cast: Katherine Alexander, Richard Barbee (as "Eddie"), Claus Bogel (as "Dr. Brodie") [final Broadway role], William Devereaux, Ruth Findlay, William Gillette (as "Henry Wilton"), Manart Kippen (as "Pietro Rafaelo"), Charles Lane (as "John Belden"), Mllle. Marcelle, Richard Sterling, Estelle Winwood (as "Emma Wilton"), Roland Young (as "Clarence Rivers"). Produced by Arthur Rivers. Note: Filmed by Warner Bros. as A Successful Calamity (1932).
  • (1917) Stage Play: The Rescuing Angel. Written by Clare Kummer. Hudson Theatre: 8 Oct 1917- Nov 1917 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Richard Barbee, Rhoda Beresford, Elmer Brown [Broadway debut], Billie Burke, Dana Desboro, Claude Gillingwater, Robert McWade, Frederick Perry, Walter Schellin, Marie Wainwright, Roland Young. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. and Arthur Hopkins. Note: Filmed by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation [distributed by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation/Paramount Pictures] as The Rescuing Angel (1919).
  • (1917) Stage Play: The Gipsy Trail. Written by Robert Housum. Plymouth Theatre: 4 Dec 1917-Mar 1918 (closing date unknown/111 performances). Cast: Robert Cummings, Effie Ellsler, Katherine Emmett, Phoebe Foster, Ernest Glendinning, Charles Hanna, Frank Longacre, Loretta Wells, Roland Young. Produced by Arthur Hopkins.
  • (1918) Stage Play: A Trench Fantasy. Incidental music by Roy Webb. Written by Percival Knight. Plymouth Theatre: 24 Jan 1918- Feb 1918 (closing date unknown/19 performances). Cast: Robert Cummings, W.H. Gilmore, Ernest Glendinning, Percival Knight, Roland Young. Produced by Arthur Hopkins.
  • (1918) Stage Play: The Big Scene [production consisted of 3 parts, each written by a different playwright]. Directed by Roland Young. Greenwich Village Theatre: 18 Apr 1918- 18 May 1918 (unknown performances). Scene 1: Written by Arthur Schnitzler. Translated by Charles Henry Meltzer. Cast: Frank Conroy, Joseph Dailey, Clare Eames [Broadway debut], Francis McDonald, Harold Meltzer, Helen Robbins. Scene 2: Written by Eugene O'Neill. Cast: John Ahearn, Margaret Fareleigh, Everett Glass, Joseph McCauley, Francis McDonald, Harold Meltzer. Scene 3: Written by Harold Brighouse. Cast: Ruth Boyd, Frank Conroy, Everett Glass, Harold Meltzer, Helen Robbins. Produced by The Greenwich Village Players.
  • (1918) Stage Play: A Doll's House. Drama (revival). Written by Henrik Ibsen. Plymouth Theatre: 11 Mar 1918- Apr 1918 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Produced by Arthur Hopkins.
  • (1919) Stage Play: Luck in Pawn.
  • (1919) Stage Play: Buddies. Musical comedy. Music by B.C. Hilliam [Broadway debut]. Book by George V. Hobart. Lyrics by B.C. Hilliam. Musical Director: B. C. Hilliam. Cast: Donald Brian (as "Sonny"), Peggy Wood (as "Julie"), Roland Young (as "Babe"), Maxine Brown (as "Louise Maitland"), Richard Cramer (as "Rube"), Camilla Dalberg (as "Madame Benoit"), Edouard Durand (as "Alphonse Pettibois"), Pauline Garon (as "Babette"), George Bergen George (as "Hank"), Bert Melville (as "Buddy"), Robert Middlemass (as "Biff, the sergeant"), Annette Monteil (as "Marie"), Douglas Newbury (as "Orderly"), Adrian H. Rosely (as "Abie"), Horace A. Ruwe (as "Johnny"), Frank R. Woods (as "Pete"). Produced by The Selwyns.
  • (1920) Stage Play: Scrambled Wives. Comedy. Written by Martha M. Stanley and Adelaide Matthews. Directed by Adolph Klauber. Fulton Theatre: 5 Aug 1920- Sep 1920 (closing date unknown/60 performances). Cast: Louis Albion (as "Benjamin Halsey") [final Broadway role], Glenn Anders (as "Larry McLeod"), Betty Barnicoat (as "Bessie Carlton"), Elise Bartlett (as "Connie Chiverick"), Marie Chambers (as "Beatrice Harlow"), Juliette Day (as "Lucile Smith"), Margaret Hutchins (as "Margaret Halsey"), William Lennox (as "Martin"), James Lounsbery (as "Dicky Van Arsdale"), Roland Young (as "John Chiverick"). Produced by Adolph Klauber.
  • (1920) Stage Play: Rollo's Wild Oat. Comedy. Written by Clare Kummer. Directed by W.L. Gilmore. Punch and Judy Theatre: 23 Nov 1920- Jun 1921 (closing date unknown/228 performances). Cast: Manuel A. Alexander, J. Palmer Collins, Elinor Cox, Dore Davidson, Stanley Howlett, J.M. Kerrigan (as "Horatio Webster"), Marjorie Kummer, Grace Peters, Lotus Robb, Ivan F. Simpson, Edythe Tressider, Roland Young (as "Rollo Webster").
  • (1922) Stage Play: Madame Pierre. Comedy. Adapted from the French of 'Eugene Brieux'. Book adapted by Arthur Hornblow Jr.. Directed by Robert Milton. Ritz Theatre: 15 Feb 1922- Mar 1922 (closing date unknown/37 performances). Cast: Marsh Allen (as "Ferdinand Brochot"), Evelyn Carter Carrington (as "Mme. Bodier"), Stanley Jessup (as "A Boatman"), Alice John (as "Phrasie"), Fuller Mellish (as "Bodier"), Estelle Winwood (as "Charlotte"), Marjorie Wood (as "Isabelle"), Cecil Yapp (as "Henri Limouzin"), Roland Young (as "Pierre Cottrel"). Produced by William Harris Jr.
  • (1922) Stage Play: The '49ers. Musical revue. Music by Arthur Samuels and Lewis E. Gensler. Lyrics by Morrie Ryskind and Frank Adams. Book by Frank Adams. Sketches by Marc Connelly, Ring Lardner, George S. Kaufman, Morrie Ryskind, Dorothy Parker, Howard Dietz [earliest Broadway credit] and Robert Benchley. Staged by Howard Lindsay. Choreographed by Albert Carroll. Directed by George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly. Punch and Judy Theatre: 6 Nov 1922- 18 Nov 1922 (16 performances/Played in rotation with "The Love Girl"). Cast: Louis Barrington, James Bell, Brenda Bond, Gladys Burgette, Albert Carroll, Jeanne Chambers, Francis Elderon, Allen Fagan, Ward Fox, Sol Friedman, Ruth Gillmore, Paolo Grosso, Maida Harries, Clyde Hunnewell, Louise Hunter, May Irwin, Howard Lindsay, Frank Lyon, Denman Maley, Philip Mann, Beryl Mercer, Monica Moore, Devah Morel, Margot Myers, Sidney Toler, Ira Uhr, Angela Warde, Easton Yonge, Roland Young. Produced by George C. Tyler.
  • (1923) Stage Play: Anything Might Happen. Comedy. Written by Edgar Selwyn. Directed by Edgar Selwyn. Comedy Theatre: 20 Feb 1923- Apr 1923 (closing date unknown/63 performances). Cast: Estelle Winwood (as "Helen Springer"), Roland Young (as "Richard Keating"), C. Haviland Chappell (as "A Doorman/Howard Matthews"), Florence Clarke (as "Miss Craig"), Helen Cromwell (as "Agnes Farrington"), Ruth Findlay (as "Gladys Barry"), Isabel Garrison (as "Mrs. Barry"), Leslie Howard (as "Hal Turner"), George LeSoir (as "Maitre D'Hotel"), Arthur Lubin (as "A Waiter/A Young Man"), Lucia Moore (as "Mrs. Springer"), Montague Rutherford (as "Weeks"), Joan Treffrey (as "Agnes Farrington"). Produced by Selwyn & Co.
  • (1924) Stage Play: Beggar on Horseback. Written by George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly. Broadhurst Theatre: 12 Feb 1924- 23 Aug 1924 (223 performances). Cast: Edwin Argus (as "Jerry/A Policeman"), Marion Ballou (as "Mrs. Cady"), Richard Barbee (as "Dr. Albert Rice"), George Barbier, Spring Byington, Anne Carpenger (as "Gladys Cady"), Chappell Cory Jr. (as "A Song-Writer"), Pascal Cowan (as "A Butler"), Drake De Kay (as "First Lord of the Bed Chamber"), Bertrand O. Dolson (as "A Novelist"), Walker M. Ellis (as "A Guide"), Joseph Hamilton (as "Caesar"), Charles A. House (as "A Waiter"), Herbert James (as "Pompey"), Kay Johnson (as "Cynthia Mason"), Hamilton MacFadden (as "A Poet"), Henry Meglup (as "An Artist"), George Mitchell (as "H.R.H. The Crown Prince of Xanadu"), Osgood Perkins (as "Homer Cady") [Broadway debut], Tom Raynor (as "A Lamplighter"), Grethe Rutz-Nissen (as "H.R.H. The Crown Princess of Xanadu"), Maxwell Selzer (as "A Business Man"), James Sumner (as "A Reporter"), Norman Sweetser (as "A Sightseer"), Fay Walker (as "Miss You"), Paul Wilson (as "A Juror"), Roland Young. Produced by Winthrop Ames.
  • (1925) Stage Play: The Last of Mrs. Cheyney. Comedy. Written by Frederick Lonsdale. Directed by Winchell Smith. Fulton Theatre: 9 Nov 1925- Oct 1926 (closing date unknown/385 performances). Cast: Felix Aylmer (as "Lord Elton"), Alfred Ayre (as "George"), Mabel Buckley (as "Mrs. Wynton"), Ina Claire (as "Mrs. Cheyney"), Winifred Harris (as "Mrs. Webley"), Helen Hayes (as "Maria"), A.E. Matthews (as "Charles"), Henry Mowbray (as "William"), Leslie Palmer (as "Roberts"), Lionel Pape (as "Willie Wynton"), Nancy Ryan (as "Lady Joan Houghton") [Broadway debut], Edwin Taylor (as "Jim"), Audrey Thompson (as "Lady Mary Sindley"), Roland Young (as "Lord Arthur Dilling"). Produced by Charles B. Dillingham. Note: Filmed by MGM as The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (1929), and again by MGM as The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (1937).
  • (March 23, 1943) Radio: "Suspense" - Episode 34 "The Customers Like Murder"
  • (1935) He acted in the play, "All Bow Down," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts.

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