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(1896- 1932). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1896). Stage Play: A Parlor Match. Farce (revival). Written by Edward E. Rice [credited as E.E. Rice]. Musical Director: W.P. Brown. Choreographed by Augustus Sohlke. Directed by Fred A. Leon. Herald Square Theatre: 21 Sep 1896- Closing date unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Virginia Aragon, Charles Evans, Minnie French, Anna Held, Bill Hoey. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. [earliest Broadway credit]. Note: Mr. Ziegfeld spent the better part of a year preparing for his first Broadway effort, traveling to Europe to persuade Follies Bergere star Anna Held to headline in the musically-reworked Evans & Hoey hit. He signed her after paying the Follies $1500 for her contractual release (reportedly paid by his friend "Diamond" Jim Brady) and months of spending every dime he had chasing her romantically. The much-hyped Broadway run was deliberately calculated to be brief, ensuring a fortune on tour. This show launched an often difficult (but wildly profitable and seldom dull) 12-year association between the serial-philandering Ziegfeld and Held, who would become his common-law wife. They would divorce in 1912.

(1897). Stage Play: The French Maid. Written by Edward E. Rice [credited as E.E. Rice]. Musical Director: W.P. Brown. Choreographed by Augustus Sohlke. Directed by Fred A. Leon. Herald Square Theatre: Sep 1897- closing date unknown (unknown performances). Cast: William Armstrong (as "Lieut. Harry Fife"), Charles A. Bigelow (as "Charles Brown"), Phyllis Boronco (as "Sailor Boys"), Carol Clover (as "Ballet de Surprise"), Eva Davenport (as "Lady Hercules Hawser"), Lillian De Grosse (as "Sailor Boys"), Isabelle DeMar (as "Sailor Boys"), Valeria Douglas (as "Sailor Boys"), Mamie Forbes (as "Marie/Ballet de Surprise"), Wilma Gilmore (as "Sailor Boys"), Mabel Harte (as "Femmes de Chambre/Ballet de Surprise"), Anna Held (as "Suzette"), Edward J. Heron (as "Admiral Sir Hercules Hawser"), George Honey (as "Mons. Camambert"), Louise Hoope (as "Ballet de Surprise"), Louise Hope (as "Femmes de Chambre"), Edounard Jose (as "Paul Leguire"), Elennor Kendall (as "Dorothy Travers"), Belle Lovejoy (as "Femmes de Chambre/Ballet de Surprise"), Mabel McKenna (as "Femmes de Chambre/Ballet de Surprise"), Bessie Montgomery (as "Femmes de Chambre"), Hallen Mostyn (as "Jack Brown"), Jessie Nelson (as "Femmes de Chambre/Ballet de Surprise"), Florence Pemberton (as "Sailor Boys"), Marie Peterman (as "Femmes de Chambre"), Florence Raymond (as "Femmes de Chambre"), Lucille Rehmer (as "Femmes de Chambre"), Richard Ridgely (as "The Maburajah of Punkapore"), Charles E. Sturgis (as "Willie Splint"), May Toriani (as "Sailor Boys"), Yolande Wallace (as "Mme. Camambert"), Helen Welch (as "Sailor Boys"), Maud West (as "Femmes de Chambre/Ballet de Surprise"), Matt Woodward (as "Gen. Sir Drummond Elfe"). Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. and Charles E. Evans.

(1898). Stage Play: Way Down East. Melodrama. Written by Lottie Blair Parker [earliest Broadway credit]. Revised by Joseph R. Grismer. Manhattan Theatre: 7 Feb 1898- Jun 1898 (closing date unknown/152 performances). Cast: Phoebe Davies (as "Anna Moore"), Howard Kyle (as "David Bartlett, Son of Squire and Louisa Bartlett"), Odell Williams (as "Squire Amassa Bartlett"), Ella Hugh Wood. Produced by William A. Brady and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. Note: Filmed as Way Down East (1908), Way Down East (1914), Way Down East (1920), Way Down East (1935).

(1898). Stage Play: The Turtle. Farce. Written by Léon Gandillot. Book adapted by Joseph Herbert. Manhattan Theatre: 3 Sep 1898- closing date unknown (performances unknown). Cast: William J. Ferguson [credited as W.J. Ferguson], Grace George [Broadway debut], Sadie Martinot. Produced by William A. Brady and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1899). Stage Play: Mlle. Fifi. Farce. Translated by Leo Ditrichstein. Written by Dumanoir & Carre. Manhattan Theatre: 1 Feb 1899- closing date unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Louise Beaudet (as "Mlle. Fifi") [Broadway debut], Aubrey Boucicault, Rose Coghlan, Grace George. Produced by William A. Brady and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1899). Stage Play: The Manicure. Musical/farce. Written by Artus and Sylvane. Book adapted by Joseph R. Grismer. Manhattan Theatre: 24 Apr 1899- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Unknown. Produced by William A. Brady and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1899). Stage Play: Papa's Wife. Musical comedy. Music by Reginald De Koven. Based on two French vaudevilles by Maurice Hennequin and Albert Millaud. Lyrics by Reginald De Koven and Harry B. Smith. Book by Harry B. Smith. Musical Director: Herman Perlet. Additional music by William H. Penn, A. Baldwin Sloane and Herve. Additional lyrics by Frank Sloane, James O'Dea and Glen MacDonough. Costume Design by Will R. Barnes. Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge and Richard Marston. Manhattan Theatre: 13 Nov 1899- 31 Mar 1900 (147 performances). Cast: Marie Allen, Ann Archer, Anita Austin, Henry Bergman (as "Baron Florestand de la Boucaniere") [Broadway debut], Charles A. Bigelow, Vivian Blackburn, Gladys Claire, Dan Collyer, Beulah Coolidge, Royal Cutter, Eva Davenport, Valerie Douglas, Agnes Findlay, William Gillow, Anna Held (as "Anna"), May Levigne, Emma Levy, George F. Marion (as "Major Bombardos"), Adelaide Orton, Sallie Randall, Cecilia Rhode, Max Rosen, Charles Sinclair, William Sissons, Charles Sturges, Jessie Thompson, Olive Wallace, Frances Wilson, Henry Woodruff. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1901). Stage Play: The Little Duchess. Musical comedy. Music by Reginald De Koven. Book by Harry B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Musical Direction by Herman Perlet. Additional lyrics by Julian Fane, Bob Cole, William Jerome and J.P. Harrington. Additional music by Ellen Wright, A. Baldwin Sloane, Rosamond Johnson and Leo LeBrunn. Directed by George F. Marion. Casino Theatre (moved to The Grand Opera House from 21 Apr 1902- close): 14 Oct 1901- Apr 1902 (closing date unknown/144 performances). Cast: Frankie Bailey, Sydney Barraclough, Katherine Bell, Charles A. Bigelow, Vivian Blackburn, Eva Davenport, Daisy Dean, Robert Fairchild, D.J. Flanigan, Minnie Gaylor, Lillian Harris, Anna Held (as "The Little Duchess/Clare de Brion"), Joseph W. Herbert, Phyllis La Fond, George F. Marion, B. McGahen, Mme. Monti, Harry T. Morey [credited as Harold T. Morey], Billy Norton, Adelaide Orton, Helen Planchet, Ruth Rennard, Clara Selton, Anna St. Tel, Charles Swain, E.A. Tester, Elaine Van Selover, Joseph Welch, Blanche West (as "Nanon/Chorus"), Bessie Wynn. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1903). Stage Play: Red Feather. Opera/romance. Music by Reginald De Koven. Book by Charles Klein. Lyrics by Charles Emerson Cook. Musical Director: Louis F. Gottschalk. Additional lyrics by A. Baldwin Sloane and James T. Waldon. Additional music by A. Baldwin Sloane. Choreographed by Joseph C. Smith. Directed by Joseph W. Herbert and Max Figman. Lyric Theatre (moved to The Grand Opera House from 25 Apr 1904 to close): 9 Nov 1903- Apr 1904 (closing date unknown/68 performances). Cast: Margaret Hubbard Ayer, Louis Casavant, Philip Connor, Myron P. Davis, Elise De Vere, Mona Desmond, Dean B. Dulany, Charles Fitz, Daisy R. Fuguet, J. Frank Gibbons, Stanley Hawkins, Louise Hollister, F. Stuart Hyatt, Grace Kimball, Dorothy Maynard, Benjamin McGahen, Olive Celeste Moore, Floye Redledge, Mina Rudolph, Thomas Q. Seabrooke, Lillian Sefton, William J. Sullivan, George L. Tallman, Fred Titus, Cora Tracey, Grace Van Studdiford, Thomas E. Whitbread. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1903). Stage Play: Mam'selle Napoleon. Musical/vaudeville. Music by Gustave Luders. Based on the French original by Jean Richepin. Material adapted by Joseph Herbert. Lyrics by Joseph Herbert. Musical Director: Herman Perlet. Directed by Joseph Herbert. Knickerbocker Theatre: 8 Dec 1903- 6 Jan 1904 (43 performances). Cast: Elsie Baird, Karl Becca, Henry Bergman, Harry M. Blake, Reginald Carrington, Mathilde Cottrelly (as "Mme. Phillipard"), J.S. Dunlevy, Franz Ebert, Edna Goodrich, Edward Gore, Anna Held, Joseph W. Herbert, Robert Hickman, Arthur Lawrence, Bessie McCoy, Nellie McCoy, Frank Moulan, Edythe Moyer, J.S. Northern, Miss Billie Norton, Fletcher Norton, Adelaide Orton, Sim Pulen, Alfred Pyke, Nina Randall, Frank Rushworth, Max Sharpe, Howard Stevens, E.A. Tester, Francklyn Wallace, Richard Wallace. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1904). Stage Play: Higgledy-Piggledy. Music by Maurice Levi. Book by Edgar Smith. Lyrics by Edgar Smith. Choreographed by Sam Marion. Scenic Design by John H. Young and Ernest Albert. Directed by George F. Marion. Weber and Fields' Broadway Music Hall: 20 Oct 1904- 25 Mar 1905 (185 performances). Cast: Aimee Angeles, Robert Austin, Iva Barbier, Charles A. Bigelow, Irene Bishop, Vivian Blackburn, Aubrey Boucicault, Esther Brunette, Edna Chase, Elsie Davis, Mildred De Vere, Henry DePack, Richard Dolliver, Belva Don Kersley, Marie Dressler (as "Philopena Schnitz"), Franz Ebert, Charles Flynn, Florence French, Caroline Green, Bert Hagen, Lillian Harris, Anna Held (as "Mimi de Chartreuse"), Bena Hoffman, Harry Hoffmann, Jarvis Jocelyn, Grace Kimball, Florence Lancaster, Beatrice Learwood, Daisy Leon, Maude LeRoy, Freda Linyard, Hatty Lorraine, Bonnie Maginn, Sam Marion, Madeleine Martin, Frank Mayne, May McKenzie, Harry Morris, Edythe Moyer, Addie Orton, Frances Palmer, Violet Pearle, Marjorie Relyea, Maude Seddon, Elaine Selover, Edyth Smyth, Walter Stanton, W. Douglas Stevenson, Ada Verne, Mabel Verne, Vernie Wadsworth, Beatrice Walsh, Joseph Weber, Blanche West, Kitty Wheaton. Produced by Joseph M. Weber and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1905). Stage Play: Higgledy-Piggledy. Musical/farce/revue (return engagement). Music by Maurice Levi. Based on material by Edgar Smith (also lyrics). Choreographed by Sam Marion. Directed by George F. Marion. Weber and Fields' Broadway Music Hall: 26 Aug 1905- 9 Sep 1905 (17 performances). Cast: Aimee Angeles, Robert Austin, Iva Barbier, Charles A. Bigelow, Irene Bishop, Vivian Blackburn, Aubrey Boucicault, Esther Brunette, Edna Chase, Elsie Davis, Mildred De Vere, Henry DePack, Richard Dolliver, Belva Don Kersley, Marie Dressler (as "Philopena Schnitz"), Franz Ebert, Charles Flynn, Florence French, Caroline Green, Bert Hagen, Lillian Harris, Anna Held (as "Mimi de Chartreuse"), Bena Hoffman, Harry Hoffmann, Jarvis Jocelyn, Grace Kimball, Florence Lancaster, Beatrice Learwood, Daisy Leon, Maude LeRoy, Freda Linyard, Hatty Lorraine, Bonnie Maginn, Sam Marion, Madeleine Martin, Frank Mayne, May McKenzie, Harry Morris, Edythe Moyer, Addie Orton, Frances Palmer, Violet Pearle, Marjorie Relyea, Maude Seddon, Elaine Selover, Edyth Smyth, Walter Stanton, W. Douglas Stevenson, Ada Verne, Mabel Verne, Vernie Wadsworth, Beatrice Walsh, Joseph M. Weber, Blanche West, Kitty Wheaton. Produced by Joseph M. Weber and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1906). Stage Play: A Parisian Model. Musical comedy. Music by Max Hoffman Sr. Additional numbers by Vincent Bryan, P.H. Christine, Will D. Cobb, Gus Edwards and Herman Avery Wade. Based on material by Harry B. Smith (also lyrics). Musical Director: Max Hoffman Sr. Featuring songs with lyrics by Edward P. Moran. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Broadway Theatre: 27 Nov 1906- 29 Jun 1907 (179 performances). Cast: John E. Abbott (as "Mr. New Depot, collector"), Mabella Baker (as "Mrs. Silas Goldfinch"), Dorothy Bertrand (as "Ensemble"), Charles A. Bigelow (as "Silas Goldfinch, who is trying to spend his money"), Marjorie Bonner (as "Ensemble"), Charles Books (as "Mr. Shark, collector/Ensemble"), James H. Bradbury (as "Carver Stone, an American sculptor"), Janet Burton (as "Adrienne, a customer/Georgette, an American Girl"), Adele Carson (as "Celeste, a shop girl at Callot's"), Grace Conklin (as "Ensemble"), Edith Daniell (as "Marcelle, a customer/Marie, Anna's maid/Diane"), an American Girl"), Libbian Diamond (as "Ensemble"), Edouard Durand (as "Callot, dictator of fashions"), Julia Eastman (as "Ensemble"), W.J. Ford (as "Mr. Cornergie, collector/Ensemble"), Ethel Gilmore (as "Fifine, a Ballet Girl/Ensemble"), Phyllis Grey (as "Fleurette, customer/Denise, an American Girl"), F. Stanton Heck (as "Hercule, of the Paris Olympia"), Anna Held (as "Anna, the Parisian model"), Charles Hessong (as "Ensemble/Mr. Rathskeller, collector"), Bena Hoffman (as "Ensemble"), Gertrude Hoffman (as "Colombe"), Miss Howe (as "Ensemble"), Jessie Howe (as "Ensemble"), William James (as "Mr. Rates, collector"), Grace Leigh (as "Paulette. a customer/Fanchonette, an American Girl"), Henri Leoni (as "Julien de Marsa, an artist"), Bertha Mack (as "Jeanne, of the Palais"), Lucille Marion (as "Ensemble"), Edna Marsh (as "Ensemble"), Carl Morgan (as "Mr. Quick, collector"), Adelaide Orton (as "Therese, a customer/Adele/Marie, Anna's maid"), Aurora Piatt (as "Helene, a Model/Francine, an American Girl"), Lew Quinn (as "Director of the Palais de Patinage"), Earle Reynolds (as "El Rio Rey"), John Francis Roche (as "Ensemble/Mr. Keno, collector"), C. Rodgers (as "Ensemble"), Grace Russell (as "Suzanne, customer"), George Burke Scott (as "Mr. Moregain, collector/Ensemble"), Truly Shattuck (as "Violette, of the Opera Comique"), Mabel Spencer (as "Hortense, a Model/Claudine/American Girl"), Ada St. Clair (as "Jeanette, a Model"), Madlyn Summers (as "Titine, a Ballet Girl/Ensemble"), Gertrude Thayer (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Waldron (as "Heloise/Model/Josie/American Girl"), Edith Warner (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Frank McKee and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1907). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1907. Featuring songs by Seymour Furth, E. Ray Goetz, Gus Edwards, Billy Gaston, Jean Schwartz, Silvio Hein, Matt Woodward and Gertrude Hoffman. Words (sketches) by Harry B. Smith. Featuring songs with lyrics by Vincent Bryan, Edgar Selden, Will D. Cobb, Billy Gaston, William Jerome, Matt Woodward, Martin Brown and Paul West. Featuring "Mother's the Boss of Our House" by Herbert Ingraham. Musical Director: Max Hoffman Sr. Conceived by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. Principals directed by Herbert Gresham. Chorus directed by Julian Mitchell. Jardin de Paris: (moved to The Liberty Theatre from 26 Aug 1907- 7 Sep 1907, then moved to The Grand Opera House from 4 Nov 1907- close): 8 Jul 1907- 10 Nov 1907 (79 performances). Cast: George Bickel (as "Tony Cornstock, in search of the immoral/Officer Schmaltz/Mr. Biersteiner"), Emma Carus (as "Topsy, a soubrette lady/Mrs. Central Park/Daughter of the Regiment/Salome, a Singer"), Mlle. Dazie (as "Dolly/Salome, a dancer"), Grace La Rue (as "Pocahontas, in the cigar business/Her Honor the Judge/Miss Ginger of Jamaica"), Lillian Lee (as "A Wife and Mother/Bride/A Lady Expert/A Poor Weak Woman"), Dave Lewis (as "Mr. Cornfeed"), David Lewis (as "Captain J. Smith, A reincarnated adventurer/John Philip"), Charles J. Ross (as "An Easy Mark/A Wild West Napoleon/Adam Rounder/Andy C"), Florence Tempest (as "A Cigarette Fiend"), Prince Tokio (as "Specialty"), Harry Watson Jr. (as "The Idol of the People/An Antique Bridegroom/The District Attorney for the Defense/An Undesirable Citizen/An Honest Pugilist"), Dave Abrams (as "Brago/the monk, the Husband"), Louise Alexander (as "The Girl Who Was So Discouraged"), Sherwood Alston (as "Still More"), Dan Baker (as "Officer O'Finnegan"), Helen Broderick, C.M. Brooks (as "Victor O'Herbert"), Adele Carson (as "An Inquisitive Girl/Scrub Lady"), Natalie DeLonton (as "A Show Girl"), May Emery (as "The Showiest Girl"), John Kennedy (as "The Hero of a "Nature Story"), Grace Leigh (as "A Smart Setter/Mrs. Newlywed"), May Leslie (as "A Girl Who Married a Millionaire"), Stacia Leslie (as "A Showy Girl"), Edna Luby (as "Miss Mimique/Miss Edna Might"), James Manley (as "Mr. Harryman, a railway guide/John D"), Frank Mayne (as "The Idol's Vocal Proxy/Chauncey Depot, a railway porter/Signor Crusoe"), Edith Moyer (as "A Lady in Search of Bargains, A Property Mother"), W.H. Powers (as "Cremo, a milkman"), Edna Snyder (as "An Inquisitive Girl"), Roma Snyder (as "A Mere Star"), Mabel Spencer (as "A Lady in Search of Bargains"), Madlyn Summers (as "An Inquisitive Girl"), Marion Sunshine (as "A Belle of the Beach") [Broadway debut], Pauline Thorne (as "Miss Maytell Steelman"), Willie Torpey (as "Drum Major"), Angie Weimer (as "A Belle of the Sands"). Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. Note: The first of the historic Ziegfeld Follies.

(1908). Stage Play: A Parisian Model. Musical comedy [return engagement]. Music by Max Hoffman Sr. Additional numbers by Vincent Bryan, P.H. Christine, Mr. Cobb, Gus Edwards and Herman Avery Wade. Book and lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Broadway Theatre: 6 Jan 1908- 25 Jan 1908 (21 performances). Cast: Edith Decker, Edouard Durand (as "Callot, dictator of fashions"), Otis Harlan, F. Stanton Heck, Anna Held (as "Anna, the Parisian model"), Henri Leoni, George Wharnock, Mabella Baker, Bertha Blake, Marjorie Bonner, Charles Books, H. Bouvier, Louise Burpee, C.T. Cunningham, Evelyn Dale, Edith Daniell, Jeanne DeFoye, Nellie Donegan, May Emery, Sadie Emmons, Charles Hessong, May Leslie, Bertha Mack, C.S. Morton, F. Noel, Earle Reynolds, John Roach, H. Smith, Roma Snyder, Madlyn Summers, Evelyn Westbrook, Lillian Wiggins. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. and Frank McKee.

(1908). Stage Play: The Soul Kiss. Musical extravaganza. Music by Maurice Levi. Book by Harry B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Featuring "My Diabolo Beau" by Kenneth S. Clark. Featuring "That Wasn't All" by Addison Burkhard, Louis A. Hirsch and Matt Woodward. Featuring "The Dollar Sign" by Jessie Villars and Fleta Ian Brown. Featuring "The Soul Kiss (Just for You from Above)" by Lewis Gates. Music for Mlle. Genee's divertissements by Cuthbert Clark. Orchestra under the direction of Max Schmidt. Featuring "Those College Yells" by Clarence M. Chapel and Cecil Lean. Aerial evolutions arranged by Herr H. Schultz. Mlle. Genee's divertissements arranged by Alexander Genee. Scenic Design by John H. Young, Ernest Albert, Frank E. Gates and Edward A. Morange. Costume Design by F. Richard Anderson and Pancaud of Paris. Costumes for Mlle. Genee's divertissements designed by Wilhelm. Directed by Herbert Gresham and Julian Mitchell. New York Theatre (from 28 Jan 1908- close): 28 Jan 1908- 23 May 1908 (122 performances). Cast: Barney Bernard, Adeline Genee, Ralph Herz, Florence Holbrook, Cecil Lean, Stella Tracey, R.A. Allen, Madelaine Anderton, Florence Ardell, Florrie Bacon, Miss Benton, Henry Bergman, Macklyn Arbuckle [credited as Maclyn Arbuckle], Mae Bevan, Irene Blair, Florence Burke, Clara DeBeers, Mildred DeBeers, Mae Doherty, Mildred Fay, Hattie Forsythe, Eva Francis, Albert Froom [credited as Albert Froome], Dorothy Furniss, Gretta Gleason, Elaine Gordon, Francesca Gordon, Jane Hall, May Harris, Lee Harrison, Laurie Hart, Marian Hartman, Dos Howard, Marguerite Lane, Freda Linyard, Belle Logan, Emily Nash, Billy Norton, Millie Peers, Emily Peters, Almeda Potter, Homer Potter, Grace Rankin, Ada Rickwell, Amelia Rose, Daisy Rudd, Elphye Snowden, Harry Stone, Cecil Sully, Kitty Underdale, Margaret Vingut, Florence Walton, Mortimer H. Weldon, Edith Whitney, May Willard, Ethelyn Wilmot. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1908). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1908. Musical extravaganza. Music by Maurice Levi. Sketches and lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Featuring songs by Albert von Tilzer. Featuring songs with lyrics by Jack Norworth. Featuring "The Taxicab" by Melville Gideon and Edgar Selden. Featuring "When the Girl You Love is Loving You" by Jean Schwartz and William Jerome. Musical Director: Frederic Solomon. Directed by Herbert Gresham. Jardin de Paris (moved to the New York Theatre from 7 Sep 1908- close): 15 Jun 1908- 26 Sep 1908 (120 performances). Cast: Nora Bayes, Barney Bernard, George Bickel, Mlle. Dazie, Arthur Deagon, Grace La Rue, Harry Watson, Lucy Weston, Marjorie Bonner, Miss V. Bowers, Seymour Brown, Evelyn Carlton, Daisy Clark, Miss Daniels, May Emory, Eva Francis, Alfred Froome, Daisy Green, Rosie Greene, Elsie Hamilton, Lee Harrison, Beatrice Learwood, Lillian Lee, Grace Leigh, May Leslie, Ruby Lewis, Florence Mackenzie, May MacKenzie, Mae Murray, May Paul, William Powers, Billie Reeves, William Schrode, Gertrude Vanderbilt, Lottie Vernon, Florence Walton, Hazel Washburn, Fay West, Evelyn Westbrook, Annabelle Whitford. Conceived and produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. Note: Show featured the now-standard song, "Shine On Harvest Moon" (while credited to married vaudevillians Bayes and Norworth, was probably actually written by Edward Madden and Gus Edwards, but Eddie Cantor claimed it was written by Dave Stamper, who was Bayes' pianist from 1903- 1908).

(1908). Stage Play: Miss Innocence. Musical extravaganza. Music by Ludwig Englander. Book by Harry B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Featuring songs by Egbert Van Alstyne. Featuring songs with lyrics by Harry Williams. Featuring "My Post Card Girl" by Louis A. Hirsch and Addison Burkhard. Featuring "I'm Learning Something Every Day" by Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth. Featuring "I Have Lost My Little Brown Bear" by Rosamond Johnson and Bob Cole. Featuring "I'm Crazy When the Band Begins to Play" by Jean Schwartz and William Jerome. Featuring "What Kind of a Wife to Choose" by Gus Edwards. Musical Director: Frank Darling. Produced under the direction of Julian Mitchell. Note: Production revived at The New York Theatre: 30 Nov 1908- 1 May 1909 (176 performances). Cast: Charles A. Bigelow, Edith Decker, Lawrence D'Orsay (as "Captain, The Hon. Roland Fitzmaurice Montjoy of the First Life Guards"), Eva Francis, Anna Held (as "Anna/Miss Innocence"), Emma Janvier, Shirley Kellogg, Lillian Lorraine, Edith St. Clair, Florence Walton, Gladys Zell, Charles Barry, James Barry, Edna Birch, Bertha Blake, Martha Bright, John S. Brush, Miss Burns, Daisy Carson, Edna Chase, Daisy Clark, James Clyde, Miss Davies, Edna Dodsworth, Ethel Donaldson, Faico, Alfred Fairbrother, Miss Fennell, Dorothy Follies, William Gammage, Robert Paton Gibbs (as "The Duke of Pomerania"), Mayble Gilmore, Elise Hamilton, Josephine Harriman, F. Stanton Heck, Maurice Hegeman, May Hopkins, Vonnie Hoyt, Violet Jewell, La Flamencia, Beatrice Learwood, Ruby Lewis, Lionel Lozier, Miss MacDonald, Selma Mantell, Leo Mars, Virginia Marshall, Dudley Oatman, Mae Paul, Grace Rankin, Alfred Rinehart, Pierre Roudil, Daisy Rudd, Mabel Snyder, Madlyn Summers, Peter Swift, Reina Swift, Lottie Vernon, Grace Washburn, John Wentzel, Blanche West, Vida Whitmore, Marion Whitney, Lillian Wiggins, May Willard, Anna C. Wilson, Ernest Wood, John A. Young. Replacement actors during run: Millie Baker (as "Ella Lee"), Lillian Devere (as "Carita"), Beatrice Gladstone (as "Zolo"), Camille Langhorne (as "Zarza"), Eunice Mackey (as "Marie"), Myrtle Marsh (as "Gabrielle"), Marie Merwin (as "Eugenie"), Max Scheck (as "An American"). Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1909). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1909. Musical revue/extravaganza. Based on material by Harry B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Featuring songs by Edward Madden, Gus Edwards, Jack Norworth, Nora Bayes, A. Seymour Brown and Nat D. Ayer. Jardin de Paris: 14 Jun 1909- 7 Aug 1909 (64 performances). Cast: David Abrams, Arline Boley, William Bonelli, Robert Burns, Arthur Deagon, Albert Froom [credited as Albert Froome], Elise Hamilton, Maurice Hegeman, Arthur Hill, Lillian Lorraine, William Oatman, William Powers, Billie Reeves, William Schrode, Annabelle Whitford, Marion Whitney. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1909). Stage Play: Miss Innocence. Musical extravaganza (revival). Book by Harry B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Music by Ludwig Englander. Musical Direction by Frank Darling. Directed by Julian Mitchell. New York Theatre: 27 Sep 1909- 9 Oct 1909 (16 performances). Cast: Millie Baker (as "Angele/Three Weeks with You"), Charles A. Bigelow (as "Ezra Pettingill, "the greatest detective in the world"), Lawrence D'Orsay (as "Captain, The Hon. Roland Fitzmaurice Montjoy, of the First Life Guards"), Frances Farr (as "Claire, a school girl"), Alice Hegeman (as "Miss Sniffins, Proprietor of the School for Innocence"), Anna Held (as "Anna, Miss Innocence"), Gene Luneska (as "Helen Legarde, a gay Parisienne"), John Reinhard (as "Pierre de Brissac, Lieutenant in the French Navy"), Lottie Vernon (as "Loulou"), Jean Barnette (as "Maid/Ballet School"), John Barry (as "Three Weeks with You"/Rastignac, a student"), Billy Birch (as "Spanish Dancer/School Girl/Railway Number/Ballet School"), Marjorie Bonner (as "Railway Number/Ballet School/"Three Weeks with You"/Spanish Dancer/School Girl"), John S. Brusch (as "O'Brien, an American athlete"), Janet Burton (as "Fleurette"), Gertrude Dale (as "Zolo"), Peggy Dana (as "Maid/Ballet School"), Elinor Dayne (as "Three Weeks with You"/Diane/visitor"), Daisy De Vere (as "Ballet School/Railway Number/School Girl"), Mildred De Vere (as "School Girl/Railway Number/Ballet School"), James Doyle (as "Claude"), Corinne Drexel (as "Frances"), Alfred Fairbrother (as "Ben Hassan, an Arab/"Three Weeks with You"), Bessie Fennell (as "Toto"), Beatrice Gladstone (as "Clairette"), Elise Hamilton (as "Railway Number/School Girl/Ballet School/Artist Model"), Maurice Hegeman (as "The Marquis de Chabert/Dr. Charcot"), May Hickey (as "Three Weeks with You"/Marie, a School Girl/Railway Number/Ballet School/Spanish Dancer"), Harry Hoffmann (as "Three Weeks with You"), Vonnie Hoyt (as "School Girl/Railway Number/Pepita/"Hindoo Honey" Girl/Ballet School"), Violet Jewell (as "Eugenie, a visitor/"Three Weeks with You"/Ballet School/Railway Number"), Marie Lamar (as "Celestine/visitor"), Dorothy Lancaster (as "Zaza"), Marie Lavelle (as "Ballet School/Premiere Danseuse/School Girl"), Alice Leslie (as "School Girl/Rita/"Hindoo Honey" Girl/Ballet School"), Frances Leslie (as "Spanish Dancer/School Girl/Railway Number"), Lorraine Leslie (as "Lolo"), Lionel Lozier (as "Prince Yogama, a Japanese"), Eunice MacKay (as "Maxine/"Three Weeks with You"/School Girl"), Selma Mantell (as "Three Weeks with You"/School/Railway Number"), Myrtle Marsh (as "Gabrielle"), Virginia Marshall (as "Flore, a visitor"), Bird Millman (as "Ballet School/School Girl"), Bessie Neil (as "Zuzu"), Margaret ONeil (as "Sadie"), Dudley Oatman (as "A Postman"), Charles H. Page (as "Walker, an American"), Mae Paul (as "Eve/visitor"), William Powers (as "The Duke of Pomerania"), Pierre Roudil (as "Albert/Maitre d'hotel/Alphonse, attendant at the Hotel de Boheme"), Clifford Saum (as "Three Weeks with You"/A Gendarme/Schmalz/a ballet master"), Max Scheck (as "An American"), Cheridah Simpson (as "Ballet School/School Girl"), Edward A. Smith (as "Hobbes, a college boy/"Three Weeks with You"), Peter Swift (as "Bobo/a poor relation"), Marion Thompson (as "Yvonne/School Girl"), Alice Tyson (as "Carita/"Hindoo Honey" Girl"), Jerome Van Norden (as "Sergeant"), John A. Young (as "Count Maxime/"Three Weeks with You"). Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1910). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1910. Musical revue. Based on material by Harry B. Smith and Gus Edwards. Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Featuring songs by Will D. Cobb, Gus Edwards, Ballard MacDonald, Harry Carroll [earliest Broadway credit], Harry B. Smith, Will Marion Cook, Ford Dabney [earliest Broadway credit], James Henry Burriss, Chris Smith, Bert Williams, Alex Rogers, William Tracy, Lewis F. Muir, Vincent Bryan, Addison Burkhard, Harry von Tilzer and Victor Holländer. Jardin de Paris: 20 Jun 1910- 3 Sep 1910 (88 performances). Cast: George Bickel, Arline Boley, Fanny Brice, Rosie Green, Elsie Hamilton, Maurice Hegeman, Vonnie Hoyt, Jacques Kruger, Lillian Lorraine, Bobby North, John Quigg, William Reeves, Hazel Robinson, Grace Tyson, Jerome Van Norden, Harry Watson, Bert Williams. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1911). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1911. Musical revue/extravaganza. Music by Maurice Levi and Raymond Hubbell. Based on material by George V. Hobart. Musical Direction by Joseph Sainton. Music arranged by Gus Sohlke and Jack Mason. Lyrics by George V. Hobart. Additional Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern, James B. Blyler, Sid Brown, Vincent Bryan, Henry Marshall and Stanley Murphy. Additional music by Raymond Peck, Channing Pollock, Rennold Wolf, Arthur Donnelly, Jean C. Havez, Val Harris, Barney Fagan and Bessie McCoy. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Jardin de Paris: 26 Jun 1911- 2 Sep 1911 (80 performances). Cast: Miss Abbott, Louise Aichel, Elise Belga, James B. Blyler, Arline Boley, Fanny Brice, Sid Brown, Stella Chatelaine, Ethel Clayton, Leslie Coverra, Dorothy Dalland, Katherine Daly, Tom Dingle, The Dolly Sisters, Leon Errol, Emma Gorman, Charles Hessong, W.J. Kelly, Miss LeRoy, Lillian Lorraine, Charles A. Mason, Vera Maxwell, Bessie McCoy, Ann Meredith, Miss Mitchell, Clara Palmer, Walter Percival, Kathryn Perry, Miss Richmond, Eleanor St. Clair, Peter Swift, Mona Trieste, Lottie Vernon, Harry Watson, Jr., George White, Bert Williams. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1912). Stage Play: Over the River. Musical extravaganza. Music by John Golden. Book by George V. Hobart and H.A. Du Souchet. Lyrics by John Golden. Based on a play by H.A. Du Souchet. Musical Direction by DeWitt C. Coolman. Additional music by Elsie Janis, Edward J. Griffin, Charles Grant, William H. Penn, Jean Schwartz, Egbert Van Alstyne, Charles Eggett and Henry B. Murtagh. Additional lyrics by Elsie Janis, Edward J. Griffin, Henry B. Murtagh, Earl Carroll, Edward Clark, Harry Williams and William Jerome. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Globe Theatre: 8 Jan 1912- 20 Apr 1912 (120 performances). Cast: David Andrada (as "Warden Vokes"), Anna Bacherer (as "Chorus"), Fanny Bacherer(as "Chorus"), Lawrence Beck (as "Dance Specialty"), Leila Benton (as "Chorus"), Claire Bertrand (as "Chorus"), Neil Bertrand (as "Chorus"), Rosa Burklein (as "Chorus"), Emma Collier (as "Chorus"), Lester Crawford (as "Harry Blackstone"), Katherine Daly (as "Chorus"), Madeline d'Harville (as "Dance Specialty"), Edna Dodsworth (as "Chorus"), Clementine Dundas (as "Chorus"), Bessie Fennell (as "Chorus"), Gretchen Fink (as "Chorus"), Eddie Foy (as "Madison Parke"), Betty Fuchs (as "Chorus"), Harry Hermsen (as "Bismarck Herring"), Freda Hirsch (as "Chorus"), Vonnie Hoyt (as "Chorus"), Edna Hunter (as "Sarah Parke"), Leavitt James (as "Number 89"), Charles L. Kelley (as "Herbert Vandersnip"), Maude Lambert (as "Mrs. Madison Parke"), Dorothy Langdon (as "Chorus"), Las Sevillanitas (as "Specialty"), Mazie Leroy (as "Chorus"), Frances Leslie (as "Chorus"), Lillian Lorraine (as "Myrtle Mirabeau"), Mildred Manning (as "Chorus"), Selma Mantell (as "Chorus"), The Marvelous Millers (as "Specialty"), Monsieur Maurice (as "Dance Specialty"), Billy Methven (as "Street Singer"), Grace Methven (as "Street Singer"), Jeannetta Methven (as "Street Singer"), Marie Neckar (as "Chorus"), Frank M. Rainger (as "George"), Estelle Richmond (as "Chorus"), Josie Sadler (as "Lizzie"), Osborne Searle (as "Charlie Gray"), William Sellery (as "Timothy Cook"), Bessie Skeer (as "Chorus"), Joseph C. Smith Charles Bigroll"), Marguerite St. Clair (as "Chorus"), Melville Stewart (as "Hudson Rivers"), Anna Stone (as "Chorus"), Dai Turgeon Chorus"), Frank Wunderlee (as "Jerry Cooper") [final Broadway role]. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1912). Stage Play: A Winsome Widow. Musical comedy/farce. Music by Raymond Hubbell Based on "A Trip to Chinatown" by Charles H. Hoyt. Musical Director: Frank Darling. Additional numbers by John Golden, Jerome Kern, Nat Ayer, Jean Schwartz, Stanley Murphy, Henry I. Marshall and Griffin and Murtagh. Additional lyrics by Robert B. Smith and William Jerome Additional music by Franz Lehár. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Moulin Rouge: 11 Apr 1912- 7 Sep 1912 (172 performances). Cast: Ida Adams (as "Tony"), Marie Baxter (as "Mrs. Flippant/Chorus"), Julia Beaubien (as "Chorus"), Etta Bellaire (as "Chorus") Florida Bellaire (as "Chorus"), Rita Bellaire (as "Chorus"), Marjorie Bonner (as "Chorus"), A. Brannigan (as "Chief of Police"), Elizabeth Brice (as "Isabel"), Evelyn Carlton (as "Chorus"), Eleanore Christy (as "Chorus"), Kathleen Clifford (as "Willie Grow"), Harry Conor (as "Welland Strong"), Fawn Conway (as "Mrs. Gadder/Chorus"), Helen Curzon (as "Chorus"), Natalie Dagwell (as "Mrs. Duer/Chorus"), Peggy Dana (as "Chorus"), Jennie Dolly (as "Jenny"), Rose Dolly (as "Rosie"), Leon Errol (as "Ben Gay"), Estelle Francesca (as "Chorus"), Anita Francesca (as "Chorus"), Ida Gabrielle (as "Chorus"), Lola Hilton (as "Chorus"), Sidney Jarvis (as "Bryton Early"), Ethel Kelly (as "Flirt"), Harry Kelly (as "Slavin"), Elba Kenny (as "Chorus"), Charles King (as "Wilder Daly"), George Kirner (as "Fancy Skater"), Adele LaPierre (as "Chorus"), Miss LeRoy (as "Chorus"), Betty Lewis (as "Chorus"), Hazel Lewis (as "Chorus"), Bessie Lewis (as "Chorus"), Ruby Lewis (as "Chorus"), J. McDermott (as "Officer O'Mara"), Charles Mitchell (as "Proprietor of The Cliff House"), Nana & Alexis (as "Mlle. Nana/Mons. Alexis"), Miss Newell (as "Chorus"), Diane Oste (as "Chorus"), Cynthia Perot (as "Chorus"), Cathleen Pope (as "Fancy Skater"), Alice Randolph (as "Chorus"), Charles J. Ross (as "Rashleigh Gay"), Cissie Sewell (as "Chorus"), Katherine Smythe (as "Mrs. Noyes/Chorus"), Eleanor St. Clair (as "Chorus"), Frank Tinney (as "Noah"), Lottie Vernon (as "Mrs. Noyes/Chorus"), Ella Warner (as "Chorus"), Jane Warrington (as "Chorus"), Emmy Wehlen (as "Mrs. Guyer"), Mae West (as "Le Petite Daffy"). Produced by Charles B. Dillingham and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1912). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1912. Musical revue/extravaganza. Music by Raymond Hubbell. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Music orchestrated by Frank Saddler. Musical Direction by Frank Darling. Additional music by William Jerome, James Monaco, A. Seymour Brown, Bert Grant, Jack E. Hazzard, Blanche Merrill, Leo Edwards and Bert Williams. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Moulin Rouge: 21 Oct 1912- 4 Jan 1913 (88 performances). Cast: Ida Adams, Beatrice Allen, Marie Baxter, Evelyn Carlton, Eleanore Christy, Zaina Curzon, Natalie Dagwell, The Dolly Sisters, Grace DuBoise, Leon Errol, Bessie Fennell, Charles Gilmore, Dorothy Godfrey, Bernard 'Bunny' Granville, Marion Hale, Elise Hamilton, Flo Hart, Olga Hempstone, Lola Hilton, Madeline Howard, Charles Judels, Adele La Pierre, William LeBrun, Frances Leslie, May Leslie, Hazel Lewis, Jessie Lewis, Ruby Lewis, Lillian Lorraine, Harry Luck, Vivian MacDonald, Vera Maxwell, Margaret Morris, Catheryn Peters, Murray Queen, Josie Sadler, Ray Samuels, Clifford Saum, Max Scheck, John G. Schrode, Charles Scribner, Katheryn Smyth, Eleanor St. Claire, Peter Swift, Daisy Virginia, Ella Warner, Jane Warrington, Harry Watson, Bert Williams, Fred Woodward. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1913). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1913. Music by Raymond Hubbell. Additional numbers by Gene Buck [earliest Broadway credit] and Dave Stamper [earliest Broadway credit]. Book by George V. Hobart. Musical Director: Frank Darling. Additional music by Will D. Cobb, Harry Ruby, Earl Carroll and Leo Edwards. Directed by Julian Mitchell. New Amsterdam Theatre: 16 Jun 1913- 6 Sep 1913 (108 performances). Cast: Jean Barnette, Miss Beverly, Miss Bowman, Elizabeth Brice, Martin Brown, Evelyn Carlton, May Carmen, Stella Chatelaine, Eleanore Christy, Jose Collins, Miss Cooke, Jean Crane, Jessie Crane, Katherine Daly, Miss Day, Rose Dolly, Bernard Dyllyn, Leon Errol, Miss Gabrielle, Charles Gilmore, Bessie Gros, Elsie Hamilton, Josephine Harriman, Miss Hennessy, Lola Hilton, Miss Howe, Ethel Amorita Kelley, Adele La Pierre, William LeBrun, May Leslie, Hazel Lewis, Jessie Lewis, Ruby Lewis, Ian Maclaren, Miss Marsden, Margaret Morris, Florence Nugent Jerome, Ann Pennington [Broadway debut], Charles Purdy, Murray Queen, Max Sheck, Miss St. Clair, Peter Swift, Miss Thompson, Frank Tinney, Lottie Vernon, Daisy Virginia, Miss Wardell, Bunny Wendell, Nat M. Wills, Arthur Woodley, Ernest Woods, Flora Zabelle. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1914). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1914. Musical extravaganza. Music by Raymond Hubbell. Book by George V. Hobart (also lyrics with Gene Buck). Directed by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. and Leon Errol. New Amsterdam Theatre: 1 Jun 1914 - 5 Sep 1914 (112 performances). Cast: Ottie Ardine, Jean Barnette, May Carmen, Stella Chatelaine, Herbert Clifton, Arthur Deagon, J. Bernard Dyllyn, Leon Errol, Gladys Feldman, Rita Gould, William Greenlaw, Bessie Gross, Freda Hirsch, Hilda Hirsch, R. Morton Horne, Kay Laurell, May Leslie, Ruby Lewis, Henry Lutz, George McKay, Louise Meyers, Vera Michelena, Dorothy Newell, Ann Pennington, Vivian Rogers, Gertrude Vanderbilt, Dal Vayne, Rose Wertz, Bert Williams, Ed Wynn, Addison Young. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1915). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1915. Musical extravaganza. Music by Louis A. Hirsch and Dave Stamper. Based on material by Channing Pollock, Rennold Wolf and Gene Buck. Lyrics by Rennold Wolf, Channing Pollock and Gene Buck. Musical Director: Frank Darling. Featuring songs by Charles Elbert, Irving Berlin, Seymour Furth and Bert Williams. Featuring songs with lyrics by Ward Wesley, Irving Berlin and Will Vodery. Directed by Julian Mitchell and Leon Errol. New Amsterdam Theatre: 21 Jun 1915- 18 Sep 1915 (104 performances). Cast: Helen Barnes, Lucille Cavanaugh, Ina Claire, Peggy Dana, Ethel Davies, Emil Dwyer, Phil Dwyer, Marcelle Earle, Leon Errol, Gladys Feldman, W.C. Fields, Dorothy Godfrey, Bernard 'Bunny' Granville, Flo Hart, May Hennessy, Justine Johnstone, Evelyn Kerner, Kay Laurell, Gladys Loftus, Muriel Martin, Mae Murray, Oakland Sisters, May Paul, Ann Pennington, Carl Randall [Broadway debut], Helen Rook, John Ryan, Dorothy St. Clair, Margaret St. Clair, Melville Stewart [final Broadway role], Olive Thomas, Miss Touraine, Lottie Vernon, Nancy Wallace, Dottie Wang, Bunny Wendell, Rose Werts, Will West, George White, Edith Whitney, Bert Williams, Miss Wilson, Ed Wynn. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1916). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1916. Musical extravaganza. Music by Louis A. Hirsch, Jerome Kern, Dave Stamper and Irving Berlin. Based on material by George V. Hobart and Gene Buck. Lyrics by George V. Hobart and Gene Buck. Featuring songs by Dave Stamper, Nat D. Ayer, Jerome Kern, Will Vodery, Harry Carroll, Louis A. Hirsch, Franz Lehár and Leo Edwards. Featuring songs with lyrics by Clifford Grey, Alex Rogers, Ballard MacDonald, George V. Hobart and Blanche Merrill. Sketches by George V. Hobart and Gene Buck. Musical Director: Frank Darling. Directed by Ned Wayburn. New Amsterdam Theatre: 12 Jun 1916- 16 Sep 1916 (112 performances). Cast: Don Barclay [Broadway debut], Helen Barnes, Norman Blume, Fanny Brice, Ethel Callahan, May Carmen, Ina Claire, Evelyn Conway, Marion Davies, Gladys Feldman, W.C. Fields, Bernard 'Bunny' Granville, Helene Gunther, Emma Haig, Sam Hardy, Flo Hart, Clay Hill, Justine Johnstone, Grace Jones, Allyn King, Hazel Lewis, Gladys Loftus, Bird Millman, May Paul, Ann Pennington, Tot Qualters, Carl Randall, William Rock, Gertrude Scott, Peter Swift, Lilyan Tashman, Frances White, Arthur Whitman, Bert Williams. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1916). Stage Play: The Century Girl. Musical revue. Music by Victor Herbert and Irving Berlin (also lyrics) and Henry Blossom. Musical Direction by Louis F. Gottschalk [final Broadway production] and Max Hoffmann. Additional music by Helen Trix, L. Wolfe Gilbert, Carey Morgan and James Kendis. Additional lyrics by Helen Trix, Harry B. Smith, L. Wolfe Gilbert, Carey Morgan, James Kendis and Elsie Janis. Directed by Edward Royce and Leon Errol. Century Theatre: 6 Nov 1916- 28 Apr 1917 (200 performances). Cast: Dave Abrams, Geraldine Alexander, Annette Bade, Adelaide Bell, Sam Bernard, Helen Borden, May Borden, Clara Carroll, Marjorie Cassidy, Miss Chase, Mildred Colby, Evelyn Conway, Arthur Cunningham, Miss Curtis, Hazel Dawn (as "The Century Girl/Eva Brown/The Lame Duck"), Miss DeBeers, Ethel Delmar, Miss Dewey, Semone D'Herlys, Harland Dixon, Ethel Donaldson, James Doyle, Miss Ellison, Francis Ellsworth, Martha Erlich, Eileen Errol, Leon Errol, Madeline Fairbanks, Marion Fairbanks, Miss Feltes, Miss Field, Irving Fisher, Mildred Fisher, Elizabeth Gardiner, Miss Greete, Flo Hart, Hilda Hirsch, Miss James, Elsie Janis, Agnes Jepson, Harry Kelloski, Evelyn Kerner, Katherine Kohler, Miss Le Grande, May Leslie, Hazel Lewis, Ruby Lewis, Miss Logan, Miss Loring, Miss Mack, Miss Mackenzie, Eva Magnus, Vera Maxwell, Gus Minton, Miss Montague, Margaret Morris, Kathryn Perry, Miss Reeves, Yvonne Shelton, John Slavin, Lilyan Tashman (as "Empress Josephine"), Miss Wallace, Miss Whitney. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. and Charles B. Dillingham.

(1917). Stage Play: Dance and Grow Thin. Musical revue. Lyrics by Irving Berlin and Blanche Merrill. Music by Irving Berlin and Blanche Merrill. Musical Director: Max Hoffmann. Additional music by George W. Meyer and Edgar Leslie. Additional lyrics by E. Ray Goetz. Directed by Leon Errol. Cocoanut Grove Theatre: 18 Jan 1917- 2 Jun 1917 (117 performances). Cast: Geraldine Alexander, Billie Allen, Rita Boland, May Borden, Edna Chase, Cecil Conway, Evelyn Conway, Florence Cripps, Arthur Cunningham, Ethel Davies, Rosa Davies, Semone D'Herlys, Leon Errol, Isabel Falconer, Marguerite Falconer, Irving Fisher, Dolly Hackett, Edith Hallor, Gertrude Hoffman, Beatrice Hughes, Joe Jackson, Agnes Jepson, Leonore Kohler, Dorothy Leeds, Vera Maxwell, Charline Mayfield, Eileen Percy, Miss Quinette, Joe Schenk, Yvonne Shelton, Lilyan Tashman, The Brothers Leighton, Gus Van, Veronica, Marie Wallace, Allison Worth. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1917). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1917. Musical revue. Music by Raymond Hubbell and Dave Stamper. Patriotic finale by Victor Herbert. Book by Gene Buck and George V. Hobart. Lyrics by Gene Buck and George V. Hobart. Musical Direction by Frank Darling. Featuring songs by James F. Hanley, Jack Egan, Jerome Kern, Ring Lardner, Turner Layton (Broadway debut) [credited as J. Turner Layton], Les Copeland and Leo Edwards. Featuring songs with lyrics by Ballard MacDonald, Alfred Harriman, Ring Lardner, Henry Creamer, Rennold Wolf and Blanche Merrill. Directed by Ned Wayburn. New Amsterdam Theatre: 12 Jun 1917- 4 Sep 1917 (111 performances). Cast: Miss Alexander, Miss Allen, Mary Arthur, Don Barclay, Helen Barnes, Miss Barnett, Miss Bowman, Fanny Brice, Betty Browne, Miss Calais, Eddie Cantor, May Carmen, Miss Carr, Claremont Carroll, Walter Catlett, Ethel Delmar, Bernice Dewey, Dorothy Dickson, Rose Dolores, Emily Drange, Marcelle Earle, Miss Eberts, Helen Ellsworth, Madeleine Fairbanks, Marion Fairbanks, Miss Falconer, W.C. Fields, Irving Fisher, Edith Hallor, Fred Heider, Malcolm Hicks, Clay Hill, Freda Hirsch, Hilda Hirsch, Peggy Hopkins, Carl Hyson, Florence Kern, Allyn King, Eleanor Lang, Dorothy Leeds, Doris Lloyd, Gladys Loftus, Cecile Markle, Bruce McKay, Gus Minton, Bessie Nelligan, Peter Ostrander, Miss Palfer, Kathryn Perry, Tom Richards, Will Rogers, Charles Scribner, Margaret St. Clair, Lilyan Tashman, Russell Vokes, Marie Wallace, Miss Walsh, Edythe Whitney, Bert Williams, Miss Worth. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(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.

(1917). Stage Play: Miss 1917. Musical revue. Music by Victor Herbert and Jerome Kern. Book by Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse. Musical Direction by Robert Hood Bowers. Additional lyrics by Benny Davis [earliest Broadway credit], Hugh Morton, Ren Shields, Harry B. Smith, Edgar Smith, Otto A. Harbach, James O'Dea, Henry Martyn Blossom, Stanley Murphy, Bob Cole [credited as Robert Cole], Rosamond Johnson [credited as J. Rosamond Johnson], Joseph McCarthy, Gus Van, Joseph Schenck and C. Francis Reisner. Additional music by Gustav Kerker, Bob Cole, George Evans, John Stromberg, Karl Hoschna, Henry I. Marshall, Harry Tierney, J. Rosamond Johnson, Joseph McCarthy, Gus Van, Joseph Schenck, Edward Hutchinson and Billy Baskette. Choreographed by Adolph Bohm. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Century Theatre: 5 Nov 1917- 5 Jan 1918 (72 performances). Cast: Geraldine Alexander, Diana Allen, Effie Allen, Walter Baker, Emil Barth, Louis Baum, Margie Bell, Mike Bell, Paul M. Bell, Adolph Bohm, May Borden, Polly Bowman, Kitty Boylan, James Bradley, Alma Braham, Rene Braham, Joe Brennan, Paul Briant, William Briant, Elizabeth Brice, Irene Castle, Lawrence Clark, Gladys Coburn, Cecelia Cullen, Arthur Cunningham, Peggy Dana, Marion Davies, Bessie McCoy Davis, Semone D'Herlys, Zitelka Dolores, Frank Duball, Fred DuBall, Arthur Elson, Herbert Fields [Broadway debut], Lew Fields, Pearl Franklin, Lottie Franklyn, Marie Frawley, William Fuller, Elizabeth Gardiner, Dan Gordon, Emeline Gorman, Emmet Grant, Emma Haig, Betty Hale, Marshall Hall, Pauline Hall, Betty Hamilton, Minnie Harrison, Flo Hart, Irene Hayes, Ruth Heil, Hilda Hirsch, Leonard Howard, May Irving, Leavitt James, Agnes Jepson, Amelia Johnson, Charles Jones, Peggy Hopkins Joyce, Nicholas Kane, Harry Kelly, Charles King, Myrtle King, Raymond Klages, Dorothy Klewer, Joe Knoffer, Leonore Kohler, Cecil Lean, Margit Leeraas, Rita Leeraas, Lois Leigh, Frank Leonard, May Leslie, Gladys Loftus, Jack Lynch, Cecile Markle, Albertine Marlowe, James Marr, Evangeline Marshalck, Mauresette, Vera Maxwell, Cleo Mayfield, Addison Mead, Helen Mooney, Margaret Morris, Vivian Morrison, Elizabeth Morton, Rosella Myers, Alla Nova, Stephen O'Rourke, Olive Osborne, John Parks, Ann Pennington [Broadway debut], Kathryn Perry, Tot Qualters, James Quinn, Flora Revalles, Eugene Revere, Charles Root, Dolores Rose, Ethel Rough, Bert Savoy, Joe Schenck, Vivienne Segal, Miss Selskaya, Frank Sharp, William Shelley, Mildred Shelly, Yvonne Shelton, Juana Sheppard, Joseph Sparks, Irene Spencer, Murray Starr, Natasha Stephanova, Miss Sterling, Gus Stevenson, Anna Stone, Ivan Tarasov, Lilyan Tashman, Andrew Tombes, Ira Uhr, Alexander Umanski, Tortola Valencia, Gus Van, Miss Vernon, Winnie Ward, Edith Warren, John Warren, George White, Mark White, Ruby Wilbur, Mack Williams, Martha Wood, Rita Zalmani. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1917). Stage Play: A Night in Spain. Music by Quinito Valverde. Musical Director: Julian Benloch. Directed by Charles B. Dillingham and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.. Cocoanut Grove Theatre: 6 Dec 1917- 12 Jan 1918 (33 performances). Cast: Antonio De Bilbao, Flores de Mayo, Doloretes Falagan, Raymond Hitchcock, Carmen Lopez, Maria Marco, Mari, Jesus Navarro, Penteneras & Sevillanas, Hermanas Pereda, Pias, Luisita Puchol, Amparo Saus, Manuel Villa, Violeta, Mazzantinita Violeta. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. Produced by arrangement with Velasco Brothers.

(1918). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1918. Musical revue. Music by Louis A. Hirsch and Dave Stamper. Book by Rennold Wolf and Gene Buck. Lyrics by Rennold Wolf and Gene Buck. Interpolations by: Irving Berlin and Victor Jacobi. Musical Director: Frank Darling. Featuring songs with lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva, Arthur Jackson, Harry Ruby, Eddie Cantor, Sidney D Mitchell and Edgar Leslie. Featuring songs by Buddy G. DeSylva, Arthur Jackson, Harry Ruby, Eddie Cantor, Archie Gottler and Edgar Leslie. Scenic Design by Joseph Urban. Costume Design by Schneider-Anderson Company. Lighting Design by Ben Beerwald. Directed by Ned Wayburn. New Amsterdam Theatre (moved to The Globe Theatre from 7 Oct 1918- close): 18 Jun 1918- unknown (note: although exact closing date is unknown it is estimated to be on or near 5 Nov 1918/151 performances). Cast: Marie Ahearn, Miss Allo, Florence Atkinson, Miss Baker, Helen Barnes, Miss Baron, Miss Barrett, Leonard Barton, Miss Bell, Dorothy Betts, Miss Blue, John Blue, Katherine Brady, Alma Braham, Jay Brennan, Eddie Cantor, Frank Carter, Viola Clarens, Mr. Cody, Florence Cripps, Mr. Davis, Rose Dolores, Doris Eaton, Sylvia Ellias, Carolyn Erwin, Miss Evans, The Fairbanks Twins, Miss Farnworth, Gladys Feldman, W.C. Fields, Miss Fiore, Joe Frisco, Pauline Hall, Minnie Harrison, Edith Hawes, Annette Herbert, Mr. Hicks, Clay Hill, Miss. Jordan, Harry Kelly, Allyn King, Miss LaBarre, Charlotte LaGrande, Nancy Larned, Kay Laurell, Miss Mack, Martha Mansfield, Miss Masso, Miss Mathewes, Lillian McKenzie, Muriel Miles, Miss D. Miller, Marilyn Miller, Gus Minton, Miss Morton, Irene Nilson, Olive Osborne, Peter Ostrander, Bee Palmer, Ann Pennington, Kathryn Perry, Miss Pompan, Miss Poole, Miss Reed, Miss Reynolds, Dorothy Richardson, Mildred Richardson, Billie Ritchie, Miss Robinson, Mr. Rogers, Will Rogers, Julia Ross, Miles Rubins, Theresa Rubins, Miss Savage, Bert Savoy, Mildred Shelly, Heloise Sheppard, Mr. Smith, Miss Swayne, Miss V. Taylor, Ruth Taylor, Miss Thropp, Miss Ullman, Lottie Vernon, Mr. Vickers, Agnes Virginia, Marie Wallace, Miss Walsh, Hazel Washburn, Mry Washburn, Martha Wood, Mr. Young, K. Addison Young, Carol Young, Virginia Young, Gladys Zielian. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1918). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic [1918]. Lyrics by Gene Buck. Music by Dave Stamper. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Ziegfeld Roof: Jul 1918 (run dates and performances unknown). Cast: Geraldine Alexander, Diana Allen, Marjorie Beverly, Gladys Buckeridge, Eleanor Dell, Emily Drange, Jane Eberts, Madeline Fairbanks, Marion Fairbanks, Mabel Ferry, Betty Hale, Pauline Hall, Lillian Lorraine, Evangeline Marshalck, Kathryn Perry, Julia Ross. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1918). Stage Play: By Pigeon Post. Written by Austin Page. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 25 Nov 1918- Dec 1918 (closing date unknown/25 performances). Cast: St. Clair Bayfield, Phoebe Foster, John A. Higgins, Harrison Hunter, Frank Kemble-Cooper, Peggy O'Neil, Jerome Patrick, John Sainpolis, Hugo Schmedes, Vincent Serrano, Ida Waterman. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1919). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1919. Musical revue. Sketches by Dave Stamper, Gene Buck and Rennold Wolf. Music and Lyrics: Irving Berlin, Gene Buck, Rennold Wolf, Dave Stamper, Joseph McCarthy and Harry Tierney. Ballet composed by Victor Herbert. Musical Director: Frank Darling. Music orchestrated by Stephen Jones (for Buck and Stamper songs). Featuring songs with lyrics by Joseph Tierney, Joe Young, Sam Lewis, Walter Donaldson, Eddie Cantor, Harry Ruby, Francis DeWitt, Robert Hood Bowers, Nat Vincent and Darle MacBoyle. Featuring songs by Marshall Walker. Directed by Ned Wayburn. New Amsterdam Theatre: 16 Jun 1919- 6 Dec 1919 (171 performances). Cast: Delyle Alda, Eddie Cantor, Johnny Dooley, Ray Dooley, Eddie Dowling, Phil Dwyer, The Fairbanks Twins, George LeMaire, Marilyn Miller, Jessie Reed, John Steel, Gus Van and Joe Schenck [credited as Van and Schenck], Bert Williams, Walter Baker, Margie Bell, Monica Boulais, Alma Braham, George Burggraf, Hubert Butler, Bernard Carples, Jerry Childs, Viola Clarens, William Conrad, Florence Crane, Simone D'Herlys, Peggy Dana, Lois Davison, Bernice Dewey, Bruce Douglas, Fred DuBall, Winnie Dunn, Marcelle Earle, Carolyn Erwin, Joe Evans, Ruth Foster, Betty Francesco, Amy Frank, Gene Garrick, May Graney, Ethel Hallor, Minnie Harrison, Mabel Hastings, Edith Hawes, Mary Hay, Thomas Howard, Margaret Irving, Helen Jesmer, Margaret John, Grace Jones, Edith Kessler, Alta King, Raymond Klages, Lee LaBlanc, Nancy Larned, Kenneth Lawrence, Lucille Levant, Edna Lindsey, Felise Lomont, Jack Lynch, Virginia Lyon, William Mathews, Mauresette, Laura Maverick, Peter McArthur, Beulah McFarland, Lillian McKenzie, Harry Meyers, Betty Morton, Jack Natter, Willie Newsome, George Otis, Corone Paynter, Kathryn Perry, Wesley Pierce, Martha Pierre, Edna Rochelle, Helen Shea, Mildred Shelly, Heloise Sheppard, Eddie Sims, Mildred Sinclair, Peggy Smith, Ruth Taylor, Olive Vaughn, Madeline Wales, Florence Ware, Hazel Washburn, Mary Washburn, Jack Waverly, Fay West, Elsie Westcott, Martha Wood. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1919). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Nine O'Clock Review. Musical revue. Lyrics by Gene Buck. Music by Dave Stamper. Musical Director: Art Hickman and George A. Nichols. Scenic Design by Joseph Urban. General Manager: Victor Kiraly. Stage Manager: Herbert Burns. Assistant Stage Mgr: William B. Kirby. Directed by Ned Wayburn. New Amsterdam Roof: Sep 1919- Closing date unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Miss Allen William Blanche, Kathryn Brady, Betty Brown, Beatrice Dakin, Sylvia Day, Eleanor Dell, Rose Dolores, Emily Drange, Pearl Eaton, Helen Ellsworth, Marguerite Falconer, W.C. Fields, Evan Burrows Fontaine, Edna French, Jane Green, Betty Hale, Hal Hixon, Miss Katon, Mildred Kay, Allyn King, Dorothy Klewer, Dorothy Leeds, Ruby Lewis, Gladys Loftus, Sally Long, Madeline Lubetty, Marguerite Maxwell, Olive Osborne, Will Rogers, Savoy & Brennan, Miss Shaw, Violet Strathmore, Vangie Valentine, Miss Walsh, Miss Wellor. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1919). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic. Musical revue. Music by Dave Stamper. Lyrics by Gene Buck. Danse de Follies: 2 Oct 1919- closing date unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Irene Barker, Fanny Brice, Doris Eaton, W.C. Fields, Hal Hixon, Keegan & Edwards, Allyn King, Ted Lewis, Martha Mansfield, Arthur Rose, Charles 'Chic' Sale, Savoy & Brennan, Arthur Uttry, Frances White.

(1919). Stage Play: Caesar's Wife. Drama. Written by W. Somerset Maugham. Liberty Theatre: 24 Nov 1919- Feb 1920 (closing date unknown/81 performances). Cast: Billie Burke, Margaret Dale (as "Mrs. Etheridge"), Frederick de Belleville (as "Osman Pasha"), Ernest Glendinning, Harry Green, Thomas Wigney Percyval, Hilda Spong (as "Mrs. Pritchard"), Norman Trevor (as "Sir Arthur Little, K.C.B., C.C.M.G"), Mrs. Thomas A. Wise. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.. Note: Filmed as Infatuation (1925).

(1919). Stage Play: Elsie Janis and Her Gang. Music by William B. Kernell and B.C. Hilliam. Lyrics by Richard Fechheimer and Elsie Janis. Based on material by Elsie Janis. Musical Director: William Schroeder [final Broadway credit]. Featuring songs by Lee S. Roberts, Shelton Brooks, Bert Grant, Dan Kildare and Albert von Tilzer. Featuring songs with lyrics by Lew Brown, Joe Young, Clifford Grey and J. Will Callahan. Costume Design by Charles Le Maire. Directed by Elsie Janis. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 1 Dec 1919- 17 Jan 1920 (55 performances). Cast: Ewart Allan, Mary Balfour, Harry Berger, Jack Brant, Sam Burbank, Lillian Cullen (as "The Motor Transport Girl"), Chick Deveau, Herbert Goff, Eddie Hay, Jerry Hoekstra, Elsie Janis (as "The Gang"), Henry Janswick, Howard Johnson, Bill Kernell, Bradley Knoche, Charles Lawrence, Eva Le Gallienne (as "The Parisienne"), Nat Martin, Norman Merleton, Frank Miller, Henrietta Orville, Bill Reardon, Edward W. Reno, B. Romolo, Richard Ryan, Margaret Sousa (as "The Ambulance Service Girl"), Ruth Wells, Joe Wise. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1920). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Girls of 1920. Musical revue. Danse de Follies: 8 Mar 1920- May 1920 (closing date unknown/78 performances). Cast: Fanny Brice, The Cameron Sisters, Sybil Carmen, Peggy Eleanore, W.C. Fields, Thomas Handers, Mary Hay, Vanda Hoff, John Price Jones, Allyn King, Lillian Lorraine, Kathlene Martyn, Arthur Milliss, Prince Royle, Princess Wha-Letka. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1920). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1920. Musical revue/spectacle. Music by Irving Berlin, Dave Stamper, Gene Buck, Joseph McCarthy, Harry Tierney and Victor Herbert. Lyrics by Irving Berlin, Dave Stamper, Gene Buck, Joseph J. McCarthy, Harry Tierney and Victor Herbert. Musical Direction by Frank Tours. Music orchestrated by Maurice De Packh, Charles Grant, Stephen Jones and Frank Saddler. Featuring songs with lyrics by James Montgomery, Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, Gus Van, Joe Schenck, Eddie Cantor, Mac Emery, King Zany, George Fairman, Alex Gerber, Abner Silver, Jack Yellen, Abe Olman, Roger Lewis and Ernie Erdman [earliest Broadway credit]. Tableaux by Ben Ali Haggin. Directed by Edward Royce. New Amsterdam Theatre: 22 Jun 1920- 16 Oct 1920 (123 performances). Cast: Delyle Alda, William Blanche, Fanny Brice, Lillian Broderick, Eddie Cantor, Jane Carroll, Juliet Compton, Olive Cornell, Eleanor Dell, Jack Donohue [Broadway debut], Ray Dooley, Emily Drange, Doris Eaton, Mary Eaton, W.C. Fields, Edna French, Eva Grady, Bernard 'Bunny' Granville, Ethel Hallor, Margaret Irving, Jerome & Herbert, Alta King, Phebe Lee, Gladys Loftus, Jack Mahan, Albertine Marlowe, Beatrice Milner, Moran and Mack, Margaret Morris, Betty Morton, Carl Randall, Jessie Reed, Helen Shea, John Steel, Avonne Taylor, Van and Schenck, Olive Vaughn, Charlotte Wakefield, Florence Ware, Charles Winninger, Addison Young. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1920). Stage Play: Sally. Musical comedy. Music: Jerome Kern, Victor Herbert. Book by Guy Bolton. Lyrics: Clifford Grey, P.G. Wodehouse. Scenic Design by Joseph Urban. Costume Design by Alice O'Neil. Directed by Edward Royce. New Amsterdam Theatre: 21 Dec 1920- 22 Apr 1922 (561 performances). Cast: Leon Errol (as "Connie/A Waiter at the Alley Inn/Duke of Czechogovinio"), Marilyn Miller (as "Sally of the Alley/A Foundling/Mme. Nookerova/A Wild Rose/Premiere Star of the Follies"), Baby Dot, Alice Akers, Frank Bages, Jack Barker, Earl Barroy, Minerva Bartz, Wade Boothe, Alma Braham, Walter Catlett (as "Otis Hooper, A Theatrical Agent"), Agatha DeBussy, Barbara Dean, Dolores, Emily Drange, Dorothy Fenron, Irving Fisher, Miss Freeland, Mary Hay, Alfred P. James, Alta King, Frank Kingdon (as "Richard Farquar"), Sylvia Kingsley, Miss Maide, Mary McDonald, Gladys Montgomery, Rita Murphy, Henrietta Orville, Virginia Otis, Jacques Rebiroff, Stanley Ridges (as "Jimmie Spelvin"), Phil Ryley, Sonia Shand, Billie Stanfield, Dolly Tigue, Shirley Vernon, Vivian Vernon, Blossom Vreeland, Betty Williams. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. Notes: (1) This was one of Mr. Ziegfeld's most lavish productions ever mounted, intended to showcase his on-again, off-again mistress, the volatile Marilyn Miller. The success of this show caused Ms. Miller to publicly torment Ziegfeld and she impetuously married the wildly irresponsible Jack Pickford out of spite. (2) Show is notable for introducing Jerome Kern's "Look for the Silver Lining," (ably sung by Ms. Miller) which would become a standard.

(1920). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic. Musical revue. Book by Ballard MacDonald. Music by Harry Carroll. Musical Director: Max Hoffmann. Additional music by Max Hoffmann, Irving Berlin, Harry Akst and Dave Stamper. Music orchestrated by Alfred Dalby. Scenic Design by Joseph Urban. Conceived by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. General Manager: Victor Kiraly. Directed by Edward Royce. Ziegfeld Roof: unknown dates (unknown performances). Cast: Alene Allison, Kathlyn Ardelle, Annette Bade, Edythe Baker, Virginia Bell, Peggy Brady, Betty Burns, Pearl Eaton, Helen Ellsworth, Marguerite Falconer, Franklyn Farnum [credited as Frank Farnum], Norma Fontaine, Perle Germonde, Ben Ali Haggin, Jack Hanley, Dorothy Haver, Herbert Hoey, Alla King, Bob LaSalle, Phoebe Lee, Gladys Loftus, Helen Lomp, Dorothy Mackaill, Lillian MacKenzie, Alma Mamay, Irene Marcellus, Albertine Marlowe, Kathleen Martin, Bird Millman, Beatrice Milner, Geneva Mitchell, Olive Osborne, Addie Rolfe, Carletta Ryan, Beatrice Savage, Mildred Sinclair, Lucy Smith, Louise Stafford, Avonne Taylor, Vangie Valentine, Princess White Deer, Irene Wilson, Lillian Woods. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. Note: The Midnight Frolics were considerably racier than Mr. Ziegfeld's "ordinary" (which themselves were far from ordinary and considerably racier than most other productions mounted on Broadway at the time) productions.

(1921). Stage Play: Ziegfeld 9 O'clock Frolic. Musical revue. Directed by Edward Royce. Danse de Follies: 8 Feb 1921- Mar 1921 (closing date unknown/35 performances). Cast: Annette Bade, Edythe Baker, Virginia Bell, The Fairbanks Twins (Madeline Fairbanks, Marion Fairbanks) [final Broadway credit as act], Frank Farnum, Eleanor Griffith, Jack Hanley, Herbert Hoey, Kathlene Martyn, Oscar Shaw, Anna Wheaton, Princess White Deer. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1921). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1921. Musical revue. Dialogue by Channing Pollock, Willard Mack and Ralph Spence. Lyrics by Gene Buck and Buddy G. DeSylva. Music by Victor Herbert, Rudolf Friml and Dave Stamper. Musical Direction by Frank Tours. Music orchestrated by Maurice De Packh and Stephen Jones. Featuring songs with lyrics by Henry Creamer, Turner Layton [credited as J. Turner Layton], Grant Clarke, James F. Hanley, Channing Pollock, Blanche Merrill, Leo Edwards, Ballard MacDonald, Harry Carroll [final Broadway credit], Albert Willemetz, Jacques Charles, Buddy G. DeSylva, Gus Mueller, Buster Johnson, Andrew Sterling, Harry von Tilzer and Edward P Moran. Featuring songs by Elsie White and Henry Busse. Directed by Edward Royce. Globe Theatre: 21 Jun 1921- 1 Oct 1921 (119 performances). Cast: Marie Astrova, Miss Barnett, Emma Beresbach, Ethel Blaire, Eva Brady, Fanny Brice (as "Principal"), Evelyn Campbell, Betty Carsdale, Margery Chapin, Hazel Chappel, Miss Chase, John Clarke, Darling Twins, Peggy Davis, Ray Dooley, Phil Dwyer, Charles Eaton, Mary Eaton (as "Principal"), Marguerite Falconer, W.C. Fields (as "Principal" and "M. Le Duc de Chateau Briand"), Consuelo Flowerton [Broadway debut], Edna French, Pearl Germonde, Diana Gordon, Raymond Hitchcock, Herbert Hoey, Miss Hughes, Helen Hunt, Albert Innis, Frank Innis, Keene Twins, Miss Leigh, Mary Lewis, Doris Lloyd, Gladys Loftus, Madelyn Lombard, Miss Lomp, Mandal Brothers, Irene Marcellus, Albertine Marlowe, Vera Michelena, Mary Milburn, Beatrice Milner, Geneva Mitchell, Mlle. Mitti, Madilyn Morrissey, Florence O'Denishawn, Charles O'Donnell, Jessie Reed, Anastasia Reilly, Frances Reveaux, Miss Rolph, Gertrude Seldon, Peggy Stohl, Janet Stone, Avonne Taylor, M. Tillio, Van and Schenck, Edna Wheaton, Helen Lee Worthing. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1921). Stage Play: The Intimate Strangers. Comedy. Written by Booth Tarkington. Directed by Ira Hards. Henry Miller's Theatre: 7 Nov 1921- Jan 1922 (closing date unknown/91 performances). Cast: Billie Burke (as "Isabel"), Charles S. Abbe (as "The Station Master"), Frances Howard (as "Florence"), Glenn Hunter (as "Johnnie White"), Frank J. Kirk (as "Henry"), Alfred Lunt (as "Ames"), Elizabeth Patterson (as "Aunt Ellen"), Clare Weldon (as "Mattie"). Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr., A.L. Erlanger and Charles B. Dillingham.

(1921). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic. Musical revue. Lyrics by Gene Buck and Dave Stamper. Music by Gene Buck and Dave Stamper. Directed by Leon Errol. Danse de Follies: 17 Nov 1921- Mar 1922 (closing date unknown/123 performances). Cast: Athea (as "Performer"), Carlos and Inez (as "Performer"), Leon Errol (as "Performer"), Gloria Foy (as "Performer"), Alexander Gray (as "Performer"), Lucille Layton (as "Performer"), Carl Randall (as "Performer"), Will Rogers (as "Performer"), Carletta Ryan (as "Performer"), The Shaw Sisters (as "Performer"), Muriel Stryker (as "Performer"). Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1922). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1922. Musical revue. Music by Victor Herbert, Louis A. Hirsch and Dave Stamper. Lyrics by Ring Lardner, Gene Buck and Ralph Spence. Based on material by Ring Lardner, Gene Buck and Ralph Spence. Musical Director: Oscar Radin. Additional music by Herbert Reynolds, James F. Hanley, Jimmie Duffy, Henry Creamer and Turner Layton [credited as J. Turner Layton]. Scenic Design by Joseph Urban. Costume Design by Charles Le Maire, Evelyn Law, Ada Fields, James Reynolds and Cora MacGeachy. Directed by Ned Wayburn. New Amsterdam Theatre: 5 Jun 1922- 23 Jun 1923 (424 performances). Cast: Babs Aitlen, Jean Arundel, Leonora Baron, Michel Barroy, Clara Beresbach, Eva Brady, Margery Chapin, Marjorie Chapin, Thelma Connor, Velma Connor, Dorothy Conroy, Dolly Daggars, Marie Dahm, Peggy Dana, Audrey Darrell, Nellie Davage, Ellen de Lerches, Hazel Donnelly, Alma Drange, Betty Dudley, Marcelle Earle, Mary Eaton, Pearl Eaton, Dolly Evans, Victoria Gale, Ed Gallagher, Helen Gates, Alexander Gray, Gilda Gray, Ivy Halstead, Netta Hill, May Howard, Frances Howden, Virginia Howell [Broadway debut], Ada Hughes, Sonia Ivanoff, Beatrice Jackson, Brooke Johns, Naomi Johnson, Virginia King, Teddy Knox, Frank Lambert, Evelyn Law, Helen Lee, Phoebe Lee, Mary Lewis, Doris Lloyd, Jean Lloyd, Martha Lorber, Alma Mamay, Pansy Maness, Hallie Manning, Irene Marcellus, Pauline Mason, Lulu McConnell, Mary McDonald, Beulah McFarland, Blanche Mehaffey, Kathryn Mehaffey, Madge Merritt, Hilda Moreno, Madelyn Morrissey, Polly Nally, Cora Neary, Jimmy Nervo, Al Ochs, Olive Osborne, Rita Owin, Annie Patron, Serge Pernikoff, Miss Ray, Jessie Reed, Betsy Rees, Betty Rees, Anastasia Reilly, Frances Reveaux, Marion Rich, Will Rogers (as "Performer"), Addie Rolfe, Rita Royce, Nellie Savage, John Scott, Gertrude Selden, Sonia Shand, J.J. Shannon, Al Shean (as "Performer"), Marie Shelton, Grant Simpson, Beatrice Singleton, Nellie Smith, Miss Starhill, Kathryn Stoneburn, Muriel Stryker, Avonne Taylor, The Follies Four, Frank Tierney, The Tiller Girls, Irene Todd, Andrew Tombes (as "Performer"), George Truscott, Brandon Tynan, Vangie Valentine, Albertina Vitak, Irene Wales, Madeline Wales, Marie Wallace, Betty Webb, Hazel Webb, Fay West, Edna Wheaton, Miss Whittington, Elsie Woodall, Lillian Woods, Helen Lee Worthing. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1922). Stage Play: Rose Briar. Comedy. Written by Booth Tarkington. Empire Theatre: 25 Dec 1922- Mar 1923 (closing date unknown/88 performances). Cast: Billie Burke (as "Rose Briar"), Frank Conroy, Louis Darclee, Alan Dinehart (as "Paradee"), Paul Doucet, Mark Haight, Julia Hoyt, Richie Ling (as "Little"), Frank McCoy, Florence O'Denishawn, Ethel Remey (as "Miss Sheppard") [Broadway debut]. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1923). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1923 [Summer Edition]. Musical revue. Sketches by Ralph Spence and Eddie Cantor. Music by Victor Herbert, Louis A. Hirsch and Dave Stamper. Lyrics by Gene Buck. Musical Direction by Oscar Radin. Additional music by Charles Tobias, Eddie Cantor, Jean Schwartz, Ernest Breuer, Walter Donaldson and Turner Layton [credited as J. Turner Layton]. Additional lyrics by Charles Tobias, Eddie Cantor, Chic Johnson, Ole Olsen, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young, Henry Creamer and Buddy G. DeSylva. Scenes by Joseph Urban. Directed by Ned Wayburn. New Amsterdam Theatre: 25 Jun 1923- 15 Sep 1923 (96 performances). Cast: Babs Aitlen, Leonora Baron, Michael Barroy, Clara Beresbach, Emma Beresbach, Nina Byron [Broadway debut], Erla Calame, Eddie Cantor, Betty Carsdale, Dorothy Clarkson, Thelma Connor, Velma Connor, Dolly Daggars, Ethel Dale, Helena D'Algy, Eleanor Dana, Audrey Darrell, Mae Daw, Alma Drange, Marcelle Earle, Mary Eaton, Pearl Eaton, Dolly Evans, Victoria Gale, Ed Gallagher, Joan Gardner, Alexander Gray, Gilda Gray, Ivy Halstead, Netta Hill, May Howard, Ada Hughes, Sonia Ivanoff, Beatrice Jackson, Hazel Jennings, Brooke Johns, Naomi Johnson, Simeon Karavaeff, Kello Brothers, Lily Kimari, Virginia King, Julia Kingsley, Sylvia Kingsley, Teddy Knox, Frank Lambert, Evelyn Law, Mary Lewis, Kitty Littlefield, Jean Lloyd, Martha Lorber, Pansy Maness, Hallie Manning, Irene Marcellus, Ilsa Marvenga, Pauline Mason, Beulah McFarland, Constance McLaughlin, Janet Megrew, Madge Merritt, Hilda Moreno, Polly Nally, Cora Neary, Jimmy Nervo, Al Ochs, Joe Opp, Olive Osborne, Elaine Palmer, Annie Patron, Ann Pennington, Serge Pernikoff, Elsa Peterson, Pearl Prosser, Jesse Reed, Anastasia Reilly, Frances Reveaux, Marion Rich, Addie Rolfe, Nellie Savage, Jack Scott, Gertrude Selden, J.J. Shannon, Al Shean , Marie Shelton, Grant Simpson, Beatrice Singleton, Nellie Smith, Kathryn Stoneburn, Muriel Stryker, The Follies Four, Tiller Girls, Irene Todd, Andrew Tombes, Brandon Tynan, Ruth Urban, Vangie Valentine, Miriam Vandergriff, Shirley Vernon, Vivian Vernon, Blossom Vreeland, Irene Wales, Marie Wallace, Betty Webb, Hazel Webb, Madlyn Wells, Fay West, West and McGinty, Edna Wheaton, Margie Whittington, Lois Wilde, Betty Williams, Willy, Elsie Woodall. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1923). Stage Play: Sally. Musical comedy [Return engagement]. Music by Jerome Kern and Victor Herbert. Material by Guy Bolton. Lyrics by Clifford Grey. Lyrics for "Look For the Silver Lining" by Buddy G. DeSylva. Directed by Edward Royce. New Amsterdam Theatre: 17 Sep 1923- 6 Oct 1923 (24 performances). Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1923). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1923. Musical revue. Music by Victor Herbert, Rudolf Friml and Dave Stamper. Lyrics by Gene Buck. Sketches by: Eddie Cantor and Gene Buck. Musical Director: Oscar Radin. Additional music by Joseph McCarthy, Harry Tierney, Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, Blanche Merrill, Leo Edwards, Gabriel Daray, Edgar Leslie, Benton Ley, Lee David and Ambrose Thomas. Directed by Ned Wayburn. New Amsterdam Theatre: 20 Oct 1923 - 10 May 1924 (233 performances). Cast: Bernice Ackerman, Ethel Allis, Ruth Andrae, Wilma Ansell, Mary Bancroft, Virginia Beardsley, Doris Bennett, Mildred Billert, Lois Blackburn, Fanny Brice, Dorothy Brown, Lilly Burgess, Catherine Burke, Marie Callahan, Cynthia Cambridge, Louise Carlton, Joan Carter Waddell, Gladys Coburn, Hettie Cooper, Roy Cropper, Margaret Cummings, Marie Dahm, Helena D'Algy, May Daw, Claire DeFitamiere, Ferral Dewees, Harland Dixon, Helen Dobbins, Andre Dumont, Paulette Duval, Dorothy Ellis, Gladys Ellison, Helen Ellsworth, Alberta Faust, Hilda Ferguson, Mme. Florianne, Harriet Fowler, Catherine Gallimore, Millie Glossop, Florentine Gosnova, Hetty Graham, Roberta Grant, Sarah Granzow, Nelle Greasley, Beryl Halley, Marion Hamilton, Helen Henderson, Jean Henderson, Lew Hearn, Norah Jackson, Brooke Johns, Mary Julian, Bob Karna, Elizabeth Kay, Winnie Keane, Dorothy Kelsall, Flo Kennedy, Emma Klige, Alice Knowlton, Florence Kolinsky, Margaret Langhorne, Edna Leedom, Marjorie Leet, Linda, Virginia Magee, Maud Mansfield, Harriet Marned, Phyllis Mawer, Irma McShane, Lily McWilliams, Janet Megrew, Goodie Montgomery, Inez Moreno, Rita Moriarty, Polly Nally, Alma Nash, Raymond O'Brian, Gladys Peterson, Martha Pierre, Robert Quinault, Violet Regal, Billy Revel, Addie Rolfe, William Roselle, Iris Rowe, Gertrude Selden, Peggy Shannon, Heloise Sheppard, Harry Short, Margaret Sloan, Dave Stamper, Olga Steck, Charlotte Suddath, Beatrice Thorburn, Billie Tichenor, Dorothy Van Alst, Feon Vanmar, Hazel Vergess, Vivian Vernon, Hap Ward, Betty Warrington, Nondas Wayne, Marjorie Weaver, Arthur West, Elsie Westcott, Bert Wheeler, Betty Wheeler, Paul Whiteman, Paul Whiteman's Orchestra, Lois Wilde, Doris Wilson, Dottie Wilson, Imogene Wilson, Lily Winton, Stella Wooten, Helen Lee Worthing, Alexander Yarkovleff, Ruth Zoakay. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1923). Stage Play: Kid Boots. Musical comedy ["A Musical Comedy of Palm Beach and Golf"]. Music by Harry Tierney. Material by William Anthony McGuire and Otto A. Harbach. Lyrics by Joseph McCarthy. Musical Direction by Louis Gress. Music orchestrated by Frank E. Barry. Directed by Edward Royce. Earl Carroll Theatre (moved to The Selwyn Theatre from 1 Sep 1924 close): 31 Dec 1923- 21 Feb 1925 (489 performances). Cast: Eddie Cantor (as "Kid Boots, Caddy Master"), Mary Eaton, Jack Andrews, Dove Atkinson, Robert Barrat (as "Randolph Valentine"), Beth Beri, William Blett, Eugenie Brew, Violet Brown, Marie Callahan, Eleanor Dell, Doris Dixon, Harland Dixon, Elizabeth Dougher, Juanita Erickson, Rass Erickson, Paul Everton, Harry Fender, Joan Gardner, Mareta George, Pearl Germond, Thomas Green, Betty Grey, Eunice Hall, Carlos Hatvary, Jobyna Howland, Sonia Ivanoff, Gladys Keck, Lloyd Keyes, Lily Kimari, Sylvia Kingsley, Edna Locke, Jessie Madison, William Maguire, Alma Mamay, Muriel Manners, Morton McConnachie, Frances McHugh (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Madelyn Morrisey, Victor Munroe, Dennis Murray, Polly O'Claire, George Olsen, John Patterson, Jessie Payne, Elva Pomfret, Violet Regal, Waldo Roberts [Broadway debut], Jack Rutherford [credited as John Rutherford] (as "Harold Regan, champion of Everglades Golf Club"), Evelyn Sayers, Harry Short, Carolyn Smith, Robert Spencer, Diana Stegman, Katharine Stuart, Ayres Tavitt, Mrs. Taylor, Carola Taylor, Ethelind Terry, Blossom Vreeland, Dick Ware, Florence Ware, Rella Winn, Velma Ziegler, Frank Zolt. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. Notes: (1) This production was one of the biggest hits of the Roaring 20's and is considered by many to be the quintessential Jazz Age Broadway musical. (2) Filmed by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation [distributed by Paramount Pictures] as Kid Boots (1926).

(1924). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1924. Musical revue. Music by Victor Herbert, Raymond Hubbell, Dave Stamper, Harry Tierney and Dr. Albert Szirmai. Lyrics by Gene Buck and Joseph McCarthy. Dialogue by: William Anthony McGuire and Will Rogers. Musical Director: Victor Baravalle. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett, Fred Barry, Harold Sanford and Steven Jones. Featuring songs by Fred Mels and Leon Jessel. Featuring songs with lyrics by Laurant Halet. Tableaux created and staged by Ben Ali Haggin. Directed by Julian Mitchell. New Amsterdam Theatre: 24 Jun 1924- 7 Mar 1925 (295 performances). Cast included: Bernice Ackerman, Miss Andrea, Lina Basquette, Marian Benda, Miss Boatwright, Arthur Brown, Dorothy Brown, Catherine Burke, Miss Byron, Miss Calame, Cynthia Cambridge, Louise Carlton, Mae Daw, Gloria Dawn [final Broadway role], Alma Drange, Giole Eller, Helen Ellsworth, Hilda Ferguson, Irving Fisher, Miss Francis, Evelyn Goodwin, Beryl Halley, Lorette Hurley, Alf James, Miss Johnson, Mary Julian, Kelo Brothers, Dorothy Knapp, Frank Lambert, Lupino Lane, Evelyn Law, Edna Leedom, Dorothy Leet, Marjorie Leet, Tom Lewis, Miss Littlefield, Doris Lloyd, Gladys Loftus, Martha Lorber, Miss Martin, Miss McDonald, Miss McGee, Constance McLaughlin, Mitty and Tillio, Polly Nally, Al Ochs, George Olsen's Band, Ann Pennington, Serge Pernikoff, Martha Pierre, Miss Rasche, Anastasia Reilly, Francis Reveaux, Will Rogers, Russian Lilliputians, Phil Ryley, Vivienne Segal, Jack Shannon, Miss Sheldon, Mark Truscott, Brandon Tynan, Miss Wildo, Cricket Wooten. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1924). Stage Play: Annie Dear. Musical comedy. Music by Clare Kummer. Material by Clare Kummer. Lyrics by Clare Kummer. Additional music by Sigmund Romberg. Featuring songs by Jean Schwartz. Additional lyrics by Clifford Grey. Musical Director: Gus Salzer. Directed by Edward Royce. Times Square Theatre: 4 Nov 1924- 31 Jan 1925 (103 performances). Cast: Edward Allan, Mary Almonti, Fred Arnold, Abner Barnhart, Kathleen Barrow, Jason Bauer, Spencer Bentley, Marguerite Boatwright, Dorothy Brown, Billie Burke (as "Annie Leigh"), John Byam, Spencer Charters (as "James Ludgate"), Joan Clement, Phyllis Cleveland, Gladys Coburn, Virginia Crane, Lawrence Crowe, Easter and Hazleton, Pearl Eaton, George Ferguson, Gavin Gordon, Florentine Gosnova, Alexander Gray, Marion Green, Evelyn Grieg, Ned Hamlin, Harold Hennessy, Barton Hepburn, Helen Herendeen, Edna Johnson, Frank Kingdon (as "Mr. Gosling"), Norman Knox, Mary Lawler, Nyo Lee, Rona Lee, Catherine Littlefield, William May, Gayle Mays, Gertrude McDonald, Lelia McGuire, Marjorie Peterson, Anastasia Reilly, Katherine Sacker, Charles Schenck, James Shelton [Broadway debut], Russell Smith, Peggy Steele, Ernest Truex (as "George Wimbledon"), May Vokes (as "Lottie"), Bobby Watson, Jack Whiting, Alfred Wyart. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1925). Stage Play: Louie the 14th. Musical comedy. Music by Sigmund Romberg. Book and lyrics by Arthur Wimperis. Based on a German play by Paul Frank and Julius Wilhelm. Musical Director: Gus Salzer. Music orchestrated by Emil Gerstenberger. Scenic Design by Gretl Urban. Directed by Edward Royce. Cosmopolitan Theatre: 3 Mar 1925- 5 Dec 1925 (319 performances). Cast: Mabel Baade (as "Ensemble"), Al Baron (as "Spud/Ensemble"), Lee Baron (as "Ensemble"), Ida Barry (as "Ensemble"), Elsie Behrens (as "Ensemble"), Marguerite Boatwright (as "Ensemble"), Louise Brooks (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Brown (as "Ensemble"), Louis Casavant (as "The Major Domo"), Lawrence Chrow (as "Ensemble"), Joan Clement (as "Ensemble"), Vera Colburn (as "Ensemble"), Norman Colvin (as "Ensemble"), Walter Costello (as "Ensemble"), Jack Cronin (as "Ensemble"), Warren Crosby (as "Ensemble"), Morton Croswell (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Dahm (as "Ensemble"), Lilyan Dawn (as "Ensemble"), Simone De Bouvier (as "Marie Pochard"), Agatha DeBussy (as "Ensemble"), Anna May Denehy (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Dickerson (as "Ensemble"), Carmine DiGiovanni (as "Ensemble"), Catherine Doucet [credited as Catherine Calhoun Doucet] (as "Madame Trapmann"), J.W. Doyle (as "Paul Trapmann"), Edouard Durand (as "Francois Pochard"), Leon Errol (as "Louie Ketchup"), Ruth Fallows (as "Ensemble"), Peggy Fears (as "Ensemble"), Harry Fender (as "Captain William Brent, A.E.F"), John Fluco (as "Ensemble"), Neel Francis (as "Ensemble"), Florentine Gosnova (as "Florentine"), Frederick Graham (as "The Village Cure/Dominique Dindon"), Camille Griffith (as "Ensemble"), Sam Guncharoff (as "Ensemble"), Helen Haines (as "Ensemble"), Ned Hamlin (as "Ensemble"), A. Havrilla (as "Bob/Ensemble"), Haal Hennessy (as "Ensemble"), Helen Herendeen (as "Ensemble"), Owen Hervey (as "Ensemble"), Alfred James (as "General Chanson/Aristide Brissac"), Maryland Jarbeau (as "Ensemble"), Edna Johnson (as "Ensemble"), Ethel Kelly (as "Ensemble"), Therese Kelly (as "Ensemble"), Teddy King (as "Ensemble"), Virginia King (as "Ensemble"), Leslie Kingdon (as "Ensemble"), Albert Kouiznetzoff (as "Ensemble"), Marie Lambert (as "Ensemble"), Margaret Langhorne (as "Ensemble"), Evelyn Law (as "Evelyn"), Jack Leahy (as "Ensemble"), Nyo Lee (as "Ensemble"), Rona Lee (as "Ensemble"), Joseph Lertora (as "Captain Gallifet"), Dorothy Lesley (as "Ensemble"), Catherine Littlefield (as "Ensemble"), Jessie Madison (as "Ensemble"), Pauline Mason (as "Patricia Brent"), Charles Mast (as "Sergeant A.E.F./Bill"), William May (as "Ensemble"), Gertrude McDonald (as "Ensemble"), Lelia McGuire (as "Ensemble"), Milek and Kindl (as "Specialty Dancers"), Murray Minehart (as "Ensemble"), Robert Moan (as "Ensemble"), Lucy Monroe (as "Ensemble"), Betty Nevins (as "Ensemble"), Fern Oakley (as "Ensemble"), Florence O'Neill (as "Ensemble"), Consuelo Owens (as "Ensemble"), Doris Patston (as "Colette de Cassagnac"), George Plank (as "Ensemble"), Richard Powell (as "Ensemble"), Anastasia Reilly (as "Ensemble"), Helen Reinecke (as "Ensemble"), Carl Rose (as "Ensemble"), Jack Rouger (as "Ensemble"), Moris Rubin (as "Ensemble"), Elonora Ruggeri (as "Ensemble"), Louise Scott (as "Ensemble"), Gertrude Selden (as "Ensemble"), Ethel Shutta (as "Gabrielle Trapmann"), Al Small (as "Ensemble"), Pearl Sodders (as "Ensemble"), Allen Stevens (as "Ensemble"), Mabelle Swor (as "Ensemble"), Frank Vonne (as "Ensemble"), Judith Vosselli (as "The Comptesse de Bellac"), Morris Wagman (as "Ensemble"), Hugh Wakefield (as "Major the Hon. Harold Byngham, D.S.C, M.C."), Robert Walker (as "Ensemble"), Billy Walsh (as "Ensemble"), Julia Warren (as "Ensemble"), Claire Wayne (as "Ensemble"), Jean Wayne (as "Ensemble"), Lorraine Webb (as "Ensemble"), Al Wyatt (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1925). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1925. Musical revue. Sketches by J.P. McEvoy, Will Rogers, W.C. Fields and Gus Weinberg. Music by Raymond Hubbell, Dave Stamper and Werner Janssen. Lyrics by Gene Buck. Musical Director: Louis Gress. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett, Fred Barry, Harold Sandford and Steven Jones. Featuring songs by Leo Daniderff. Costume Design by John Held Jr. [earliest Broadway credit], Mabel Johnstone and John E. Stone. Scenic Design by Norman Bel Geddes and H Robert Law Studios. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Tableaux staged by Ben Ali Haggin. New Amsterdam Theatre: 6 Jul 1925- 19 Sep 1925 (88 performances). Cast: Lina Basquette, Bertha Belmore, Marion Benda, Louise Brooks, Katherine Burke, Cynthia Cambridge, Elise Cavanna, Elsie Cavanna, Bob Chase, Chaz Chase, Harriet Chetwynd, Dare and Wahl, Ray Dooley, Alma Drange, Peggy Fears, Hilda Ferguson, W.C. Fields, Irving Fisher, Norma Forrest, Noel Francis, Evelyn Goodwin, Beryl Halley, Al Hardy, Helen Henderson, Marion Hurley, Naomi Johnson, Flo Kennedy, Dorothy Knapp, Frank Lambert, Edna Leedom, Marjorie Leet, Doris Lloyd, Gladys Loftus, Helen MacFadden, Tommy Mack, Virginia Magee, Gertrude Michaels, Mary Mulhern, Barbara Newberry, Clarence Nordstrom, Al Ochs, George Olsen's Band, Frances Reveaux, Will Rogers, Adelaide Seaman, Vivienne Segal, Jack Shannon, Ethel Shutta, Dave Stamper, Bobby Storey, The Kelo Brothers, Mark Truscott, Brandon Tynan, Vangie Valentine, Dorothy Van Alst, Cricket Wooten. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1926). Stage Play: No Foolin'. Musical revue. Music by Rudolf Friml. Lyrics by Gene Buck, Irving Caesar and Ballard MacDonald. Featuring songs by James F. Hanley. Book by J.P. McEvoy and James Barton. Musical Director: Alfred Goodman. Music orchestrated by Charles Grant, Steven Jones, Will Vodery and Emil Gerstenberger. Music arranged by Walter Haenschen. Choreographed by John Boyle. Staged by Ben Ali Haggin. Directed by Edward Royce and Walter Wilson. Globe Theatre: 24 Jun 1926- 25 Sep 1926 (108 performances). Cast: Bernice Ackerman, Wilma Ansell, Mabel Baade, Arthur Baer, James Barton, George Baxter, Elsie Behrens, Marian Benda, Beth Berri, (Miss) Blackburne, Louise Brown, Katherine Burke, Lew Christy, Thelma Connor, Velma Connor, Walter Costello, Edna Covey, Jack Cronin, Morton Croswell, Fay Culmer, (Miss) Dale, Clifford Daly, Myrna Darby, Carmine DiGiovanni, Ray Dooley, Alma Drange, Norma Dyal, Kay English, Mary Farrell, Peggy Fears, Irving Fisher, Alys Fitzgerald, Suzanne Fleming, Norma Forrest, Noel Francis, Genesko, Gladys Glad, Paulette Goddard, Ruth Grace, Yvonne Grey, Evelyn Grieg, Owen Harvey, Helen Herendeen, Mary Hopkins, Mary Jane, Flo Kennedy, Charles King, Andrew Knox, Kathleen Krosby, Eleanor Ladd, (Miss) LaMay, Miss Lane, Edna Leedom, Marjorie Leet, Claire Luce, Alice MacKenzie, Joseph Marievsky, (Miss) Mason, Bert McGuinnes, Murray Minehart, George Moeser, Moran and Mack, Edward Mowen, Mary Mulhern, Victor Munro, William Murray, Barbara Newberry, Greta Nissen, Yvonne Occent, Hilda Olsen, Helen O'Shea, Leslie Ostrander, Dorothy Patterson, Katherine Penman, Anastasia Reilly, Miss Shaw, Robert Shields, Lillian Smith, Biddy Somerset, Marion Strasmick, Andrew Tombes, Polly Walker, Miss Wayne, Dorothy Wegman, Miss Williams, Miss Wilson, Yacht Club Entertainers. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1926). Stage Play: Betsy. Musical comedy. Music by Richard Rodgers. Based on material by Irving Caesar and David Freedman. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Musical Director: Victor Baravalle. Featuring songs with lyrics by A. Segal. Choreographed by Sammy Lee. Directed by William Anthony McGuire. Production Supervised by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. New Amsterdam Theatre: 28 Dec 1926- 29 Jan 1927 (39 performances). Cast: Belle Baker (as "Betsy"), Madeline Cameron, Dan Healy, Ed Hickey, Pauline Hoffman, Jimmy Hussey, Allen Kearns, Vanita La Nier, Evelyn Law, Barbara Newberry, Bobbie Perkins, Phil Pyley, Al Shean (as "Stonewall Moskowitz"), Jack White, Ralph Whitehead. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1927). Stage Play: Rio Rita. Musical comedy. Based on material by Guy Bolton and Fred Thompson. Music by Harry Tierney. Lyrics by Joseph McCarthy. Musical Director: Oscar Bradley. Music orchestrated by Frank Parry. Directed by John Harwood. Ziegfeld Theatre (moved to The Lyric Theatre from 26 Dec 1927- 11 Mar 1928 then moved to The Majestic Theatre from 12 Mar 1928 to close): 2 Feb 1927- 7 Apr 1928 (494 performances). Cast: Ada-May, Avis Adair, Mary Alter, Melba Alter, George Anez, Martha Ann, Alfred Arnold, Antonio Arreola, Mabel Baade, Margie Baily, Anita Banton, Pauline Bartlett, Elma Bayer, Elsie Behrens, Marion Benda, Carol Bergman, Jose Betancourt, Virginia Biddle, Peggy Blake, Victor Bragamonte, Alcides Briseno, Katherine Burke, George Butler, Camille, Al Clair, Helen C. Clive, Collette, Suzanne Conroy, Peggy Cornell, Jean Crittenden, Audrey Dale, Fred Dalton, Myrna Darby, Agatha DeBussy, Naomi deMusie, Helen Derby, Dorothy Dickerson, Jennie Dolova, Donald Douglas, Kay English, Rass Erickson, Carlos Estrada, Lucien Farland, Elaine Field, Janet Flynn, Noel Francis (as "Katie Bean"), Helene Gardner, Gladys Glad, Margaret Godsworthy, Portia Grafton, Ann Hardman, Mignon Hawkes, Josephine Hayes, Gabriel Herrera, Owen Hervey, Charles Holly, Harriet Hughes, Yvonne Hughes, Theresa Hyle, Alf James, Naomi Johnson, Ivanelle Ladd, Lavergne Lambert, Valerie Lennox, Mildred Lunnay, Cookie Lunsford, Lottie Marcy, Marjorie-May Martin, Earl Marvin, Robert Mathews, Dorothy May, Charles McClelland, Betty McHugh, Frances Mildern, Florence Miller, Alma Moore, Vivian Morgan, Franciska Mueller, Gladys Murphy, J. Harold Murray (as "Jim"), Vincente Murtado, Leo Nash, Henry Nelthropp, Bill Otero, Walter Palm, Dorothy Patterson, Molly Peck, Walter Petrie, Jack Phillips, Rita Pischel, Margaret Purple, Harry Ratcliffe, Louise Richardson, Joseph Rogers, Pedro Rubin, Rosemary Ryder, A. Safanow, Vincent Serrano (as "General Enrique Joselito Esteban") [final Broadway role], Madeline Sheldon, Lillian Shields, Al Small, Jack Spinelly, Douglas Stead, Marion Strasmick, Norma Taylor, Morris Tepper, Ethelind Terry (as "Rio Rita"), Edward Theopold, Jack Thompson, Raymond Toben, Francisco Torres, Peggy Udell, Manuel Valdespino, Bernice Varden, Richard Vernon, Juan Villasana, Rosemary Wallace, Florence Ware, Clarentine Wayne, Jean Wayne, Nondas Wayne, Dorothy Wegman, Maxine Wells, John Werner, Amy West, Bert Wheeler (as "Chick Bean"), Marion Wilson, Ann Woods, Robert Woolsey (as "Ed Lovett"), Philomena Yvsocka, M. Zaharia, Frank Zolt. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. Note: Produced on film Rio Rita (1929) and [with plot drastically altered as an Abbott & Costello vehicle] as Rio Rita (1942).

(1927). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1927. Musical revue. Book by Harold Atteridge and Eddie Cantor. Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Music by Irving Berlin. Musical Direction by Frank Tours. Music orchestrated by Ferde Grofe, Arthur Gutman, Louis Katzman, Paul Lannin, Frank Tours and Roy Webb. Featuring songs by Bill Munro. Directed by Sammy Lee, E.B. 'Zeke' Colvan and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.. New Amsterdam Theatre: 16 Aug 1927- 7 Jan 1928 (167 performances). Cast: Jean Ackerman, Pirkko Ahlquist, Wilma Ansell, Jean Audree, Anita Avila, Franklyn Bauer, Dorothy Bauman, Leo Bill, Bonnie Blackwood, Antoinette Boots, Helen Hayes Brown, Genevieve Browne, The Brox Sisters, Gloria Bujee, Edna Bunte, Dorothy Burr, Bobbie Campbell, Eddie Cantor, Kae Carroll, Olga Chalmers, Peggy Chamberlin, Paul Chezzi, Lillian Clark, Babe Colby, Ripples Covert, Eileen Cullen, Mignon Dallette, Myrna Darby, Claudia Dell, Irene Delroy, Dorothy Donahue, Mary Donahue, Pauline Dove, Alma Drange, Anna Dumar, Cliff Edwards, Ruth Etting, Fairchild & Rainger, Murrel Finely, Grace Fleming, Lora Foster, Amy Frank, Vera Fredericks, Marie Gale, Rose Gale, Paul Ghezzi, Doreen Glover, Rita Glynde, Frances Gorton, Evelyn Graves, Velma Grimm, Edith Hayward, Dan Healy, Ross Hines, Edna Wallace Hopper, The Ingenues, Bob Ingersoll, Mary Irwin, Madeline Janis, Billie Jenks, Paula Jones, Bettye Junod, Helen Kaiser, Lily Kimari, Lydia Krashinsky, Kathleen Krosby, Ida Lanvin, Marjorie Leet, Frances Leighton, Marguerite Lichti, Claire Luce, Polly Luce, Marie Marceline, Margaret Mayer, Harry McNaughton, Beth Milton, Mixi, Catherine Moylan, Bonnie Murray, Myrio and Desha, Marie Novak, Agnes O'Laughlin, Blanche Olsen, Peggy O'Neil, Nona Otero, Jessie Payne, Frank Phillips, Nickie Pitell, Alice Pleis, Louise Powell, William H. Power, Albertina Rasche Girls, Gladys Rennick, Anita Rice, Kathryn Ringquist, Virginia Roberts, Olga Royce, Lee Russell, Dorothy Ryan, Phil Ryley, Blanche Satchell, Bunny Schum, Mickie Seiden, Tommie Shannon, Frank Sherlock, Al Siegel, Mina Smith, Mina Sorel, Laura Standish, Cora Stephens, Jack Stevens, Wanda Stevenson, Norma Taylor, Andrew Tombes, Nildred Turner, Frances Upton, Blossom Vreeland, Florence Ward, Marion Wellman, Lucy Westgate, Gertrude Williams, Frances Woodward, Gladys Young. Produced by Abraham L. Erlanger and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1927). Stage Play: Show Boat. Musical drama. Music by Jerome Kern. Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Lyrics for "Bill" by P.G. Wodehouse. Music and lyrics for "Goodbye, My Lady Love" by Joseph E. Howard. Music and lyrics for "After the Ball" by Charles K. Harris. Material adaption by Oscar Hammerstein II. Based on "Show Boat" by Edna Ferber. Musical Direction by Victor Baravalle. Choral direction by Will Vodery. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Scenic Design by Joseph Urban. Directed by E.B. 'Zeke' Colvan and Oscar Hammerstein II. Ziegfeld Theatre: 27 Dec 1927- 4 May 1929 (572 performances). Cast: Jules Bledsoe (as "Joe"), Alan Campbell, Bert Chapman, Laura Clairon, Jack Daley, Ted Daniels, Dorothy Denese, Charles Ellis (as "Steve"), Robert Farley, Estelle Floyd, Tommy Gunn (as "Vallon"), Annette Harding, Annie Hart, Aunt Jemima, J. Louis Johnson, Tana Kamp, Francis X. Mahoney, Howard Marsh, Helen L. Morgan (as "Julie"), Dagmar Oakland (as "Dolly"), Edna May Oliver (as "Parthy Ann Hawks"), Eva Puck, Mildred Schewenke, Eleanor Shaw, Phil Sheridan (as "Gambler"), Norma Terris (as "Magnolia/Kim, as a child"), Sammy White, Charles Winninger (as "Cap'n Andy"), Jack Wynn. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. Note: Filmed by Universal Pictures as Show Boat (1929) and more notably again by Universal Pictures as Show Boat (1936), which while successful, suffered production delays and cost overruns that ultimately led to the downfall of Carl Laemmle's reign at Universal Pictures. Remade later by MGM as Show Boat (1951).

(1928). Stage Play: Rosalie. Musical. Music by George Gershwin and Sigmund Romberg. Material by William Anthony McGuire and Guy Bolton. Lyrics by P.G. Wodehouse and Ira Gershwin. Vocal arrangements by Arthur Johnston. Music orchestrated by Emil Gerstenberger, William Daly, Maurice De Packh, Hans Spialek, Max Steiner and Hilding Andersson. Choreographed by Seymour Felix. Directed by William Anthony McGuire. New Amsterdam Theatre: 10 Jan 1928- 27 Oct 1928 (335 performances). Cast: Joan Adaire, Bobbe Arnst, Frank Atwell, Jeanne Audree, Colette Ayers, Mabel Baade, Berkman Bauer, Jack Bauer, Elsie Behrens, Marion Benda, Joey Benton, Caryl Bergman, Jack Blair, Jack Bruns (as "Corps Lieutenant"), Sydelle Bry, Katherine Burke (as "Sister Angelica"), Dorothy Campbell, Gordon Clark, Clay Clement (as "Captain Banner"), Jeannette Creagan, Margaret Dale (as "Her Royal Highness Queen"), Claudia Dell, Harry Donaghy, Jack Donahue, Lewis Dower, George Eising, Walter Fairmont, Anne Fallon, Hazel Forbes, Betty Garst, Mary Gassman, Gladys Glad, Carlos Gomez, Charles Gotthold, Dolores Grant, Yvonne Grey, Bernard Hazzert, Henri Jackin, A.P. Kaye, Ethel Kriston, David Labris, Antonina Lalaew, Leon Leshay, Preston Lewis, Phyllis Loft, Martha Mackay, Virginia Magee, Edith Martin, Doris Maye, John McCahill, Oliver McLennan, Gene McVey, William McVey, Marilyn Miller (as "Princess Rosalie"), Frank Morgan, Wilma Novak, Patsy O'Day, Clarence Oliver, Lucille Osborne, Lillian Ostrom, Howard Phillips, Ethel Raye, Gladys Redmond, Fielden Reed, Addie Rolfe, Beatrice Shaw, Rose Shaw, Mark Shull, Beatrice Smith, Leslie Storey, Frank Subers, Ruth Tara, Gladys Turner, Edgar Welch, Diana White, Paulette Winston, Star Woodman, Halfred Young, Marion Young. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1928). Stage Play: The Three Musketeers. Musical drama. Music by Rudolf Friml. Lyrics by Clifford Grey and P.G. Wodehouse. Book by William Anthony McGuire. Based on the story by Alexandre Dumas père. Musical Direction by Gus Salzer. Musical Staging by Albertina Rasch. Staged by Richard Boleslawski. Directed by William Anthony McGuire. Lyric Theatre: 13 Mar 1928- 15 Dec 1928 (318 performances). Cast: Pirkko Ahlquist (as "Ensemble"), Lester Allen (as "Planchet"), Virginia Beardsley (as "Ensemble"), Yvonne Beaupre as "Ensemble"), Marye Bern (as "Ensemble"), Jeanette Bradley (as "Ensemble"), Harrison Brockbank (as "Innkeeper"), Eleanor Buffington (as "Ensemble"), Edna Bunte (as "Ensemble"), Robert D. Burns (as "Jussac"), Katherine Cavelli (as "Ensemble"), Margaret Clark (as "Ensemble"), John Clarke (as "The Duke of Buckingham"), Nancy Corrigan (as "Ensemble"), Dona Desne Curry (as "Ensemble"), Yvonne D'Arle (as "Anne, Queen of France"), Audrey Davis (as "Ensemble"), Helen Derby (as "Ensemble"), Sylvia Derby (as "Ensemble"), Clarence Derwent (as "Louis XIII"), William Dillon (as "Ensemble"), Marion Dodge (as "Ensemble"), L. Dumbadse (as "Ensemble"), Douglass Dumbrille (as "Athos"), Ernest Ehler (as "Ensemble"), Marguerite Eisele (as "Ensemble"), Byrdeatta Evans (as "Ensemble"), Rose Gale (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Greenley (as "Ensemble"), Evelyn Groves (as "Ensemble"), Emily Hadley (as "Ensemble"), Sally Hadley (as "Ensemble"), William Hagen (as "Ensemble"), Pauline Hall (as "Ensemble"), Libby Hanley (as "Ensemble"), Vida Hanna (as "Ensemble"), Catherine Hayes (as "Aubergiste"), Louis Hector (as "Comte De La Rochefort"), Eve Hellesness (as "Ensemble"), Harriet Hoctor (as "Premiere Danseuse of the Court"), Stanley Howard (as "Ensemble"), Ivan Ismailov (as "Ensemble"), Norman Ives (as "Ensemble"), Harry James (as "Ensemble"), Andy Jochim (as "Cardinal's Guard"), Naomi Johnson (as "Zoe"), Wilma Kaye (as "Ensemble"), Frances Kelly (as "Ensemble"), William Kershaw (as "Brother Joseph"), Dennis King (as "D'Artagnan"), Charles Kirby (as "Ensemble"), John Kline (as "M. De Treville"), Lydia Krushinsky (as "Ensemble"), Julia Lane (as "Ensemble"), Elaine Lank (as "Ensemble"), Randolph Leyman (as "Cardinal's Guard"), Eleanor Little (as "Ensemble"), Joseph Macaulay (as "Aramis"), Glenn Macauley (as "Ensemble"), Mary MacDonald (as "Ensemble"), Lottie Marcy (as Ensemble"), Joan Marren (as "Ensemble"), Marie Merrifield (as "Ensemble"), G. Moore (as "King's Attendant"), Ellen Moray (as "Ensemble"), Ann Moss (as "Ensemble"), Armundi Muzzi (as "Ensemble"), Raymond O'Brien (as "Patrick"), Lucille O'Connor (as "Ensemble"), Vivienne Osborne (as "Lady De Winter"), Nona Otero (as "Ensemble"), Reginald Owen (as "Cardinal Richelieu"), Ivy Palmer (as "Ensemble"), Esther Peters (as "Ensemble"), Detmar Poppen (as "Porthos"), Nora Puntin (as "Ensemble"), Louise Raymond (as "Ensemble"), Elsie Reign (as "Ensemble"), Lee Russell (as "Ensemble"), Vivienne Segal (as "Constance Bonacieux"), Martin Sheppard (as "Ensemble"), Robert Shields (as "Ensemble"), Hilda Steiner (as "Ensemble"), Miriam Stockton (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Sutton (as "Ensemble"), Richard Thornton (as "The Bo'sun"), Mildred Turner (as "Ensemble"), Regina Tushinska (as "Ensemble"), Margaret Valient (as "Ensemble"), A. Van Mueller (as "Ensemble"), Serge Vino (as "Ensemble"), Lillian White (as "Ensemble"), Gertrude Williams (as "Ensemble"), Helen Withers (as "Ensemble"), John Zak (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1928). Stage Play: Whoopee! Musical comedy. Book by William Anthony McGuire. Based on "The Nervous Wreck" by Owen Davis. Music by Walter Donaldson. Lyrics by Gus Kahn. Musical Director: Gustave Salzer. Dialogue directed by William Anthony McGuire. Dances and Ensembles Staged by Seymour Felix. Directed by Seymour Felix. New Amsterdam Theatre: 4 Dec 1928- 23 Nov 1929 (407 performances). Cast: Eddie Cantor (as "Henry Williams"), Jean Ackerman, Josephine Adair, Sylvia Adam, Colette Ayers, Agnes Ayres, Mabel Baade, Peggy Bancroft, Elsie Behrens, Olive Brady, Ann Brown, Dorothy Brown, Sam Bunin, Katherine Burke, Spencer Charters (as "Jerome Underwood"), Chief Caupolican, Frank Colletti, Marie Conway, Mary Coyle, Myrna Darby, Ruth Downey, Betty Dumbris, Madeline Dunbar, Buddy Ebsen (as "Stetson Boy Dancer/Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Bill Erickson, Ruth Etting (as "Leslie Daw"), Harold Ettos, Muriel Flood, Hazel Forbes (as "Ziegfeld Glorified Girl"), Bob Forte, Tamara Geva, Jack Gifford, Gladys Glad, Betty Gray, Muriel Gray, Paul Gregory, Edouard Grobe, Francis Guinan, Albert Hackett (as "Chester Underwood"), Vivian Hall, James P. Houston, Meredith Howard, Don Hudson, Tom Hughes, Yvonne Hughes, Elenor Hunt, George Huntington, Jack James, Mary Jane, Louise Joyce, Lillian Knight, David Labris, Wynne Lark, Helen Lehigh, Tom Leventhal, Jack Lewis, Olga Loft, Elaine Mann, Chas. Mayon, Freda Mierse, Frieda Mierse, Gwendolyn Milne, Joe Minitello, Louis Morrell, Catherine Moylan, Edward Nadeau, Pat O'Day, Agnes O'Laughlin, Lillian Ostrum, Connie Owens, Dorothy Paterson, Dorothy Patterson, Charles Pettinger, Will H. Philbrick, Valerie Raemier, Pauline Ray, Bob Rice, Rita Riecker, Marion Roberts, Waldo Roberts (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble") [final Broadway role], Jerry Rogers, Irving Ross, Jack Rutherford (as "Sheriff Bob Wells"), Jack Shaw, Ethel Shutta (as "Mary Custer"), Adele Smith, Frances Upton, Helen Walsh, Matt Webster, Bobbe Weeks, Bobbie Wellsley, Gil White. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.. Note: Filmed by The Samuel Goldwyn Company [distributed by United Artists] as Whoopee! (1930).

(1929). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic. Musical revue. Music By James McHugh. Lyrics by Dorothy Fields. Musical Direction by Paul Whiteman. Costume Design by John Harkrider and Charles Le Maire. Directed by Sammy Lee. Frolic Theatre: Apr 1929- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Jean Ackerman, Colette Ayers, Charlotte Ayres, Marie Conway, Mary Coyle, Ruth Etting, Murrel Finely, Grace Fleming, Dorothy Flood, Gladys Glad, Paul Gregory, Evelyn Groves, Ileene Healy, Harry Karels, Olga Loft, Rudolph Malinoff, Rose Mariella, Gwendolyn Milne, Katherine Moylan, Patsy O'Day, Dorothy Patterson, Ruth Patterson, William Rasche, Lillian Roth, Una Val, Betty Vane, Bobbe Weeks. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1929). Stage Play: Show Girl. Musical comedy. Music by George Gershwin. Material by William Anthony McGuire. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin and Gus Kahn. Based the novel by J.P. McEvoy. Musical Director: William Daly. Additional lyrics by Thomas Malie, Sidney Skolsky, W.H. Farrell and Jimmy Durante. Additional music by W.H. Farrell and Jimmy Durante. Featuring songs by J. Little. Directed by William Anthony McGuire. Ziegfeld Theatre: 2 Jul 1929- 5 Oct 1929 (111 performances). Cast: Florence Allen, Virginia Allen, Jean Althan, Selma Althan, Jane Barry, Betty Bassett, Marcia Bell, Eddee Belmont, Caryl Bergman, Hazel Boffinger, Dorothy Bow, Bobby Brodsley, Pamela Bryant, Orine Bryne, Edna Bunte, Emily Burton, Dorothy Carrigan, Doris Carson, Peggy Carthew, Virginia Case, Lew Clayton, Blaine Cordner, Billie Cortez, Cleo Cullen, Dona Desne Curry, Gertrude Dahl, Dolores De Fina, Mildred Defina, Violet Dell, Katherine Downer, Doris Downes, Alma Drange, Sadie Duff, Jimmy Durante (as "Snozzle/Sombre Eyes"), Kay English, Caja Eric, Austin Fairman (as "John Milton"), Eddie Foy Jr. (as "Denny Kerrigan"), Noel Francis (as "Peggy Ritz"), Virginia Frank, Vera Frederick, Janet Gibbard, Dolores Grant, Viola Hage, Ruth Hayden, Althea Heinly, Kathryn Hereford, Harriet Hoctor, Maurine Holmes, Eddie Jackson, Andy Jochim, Agatha Johann, Juliette Jones, Ruby Keeler (as "Dixie Dugan"), Mildred Klaw, Renee Landeau, Ada Landis, Camille Lanier, Ruth Love, Nick Lucas, Joseph Macauley, Mary MacDonald, Lottie Marcy, Doris May, Patricia McGrath, Frank McHugh (as "Jimmy Doyle"), Dorothy Morgan, Howard Morgan, Barbara Newberry, Evelyn Nichols, Dore Nodine, Lucille O'Connor, Pat O'Keefe, Georgia Payne, Lois Peck, Leonia Pennington, Vivian Porter, Beatrice Powers, Dolores Ray, Louise Raymond, Dorothy Ryan, Blanche Satchell, Matthew Smith, Wanda Stevenson, Mildred Swunke, Calvin Thomas, Mildred Turner, Sunny Van, Claire Wayne, Jean Wayne, Virginia Whitmore. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. Notes: (1) This mediocre production was greatly enhanced by pre-Broadway publicity when Al Jolson serenaded his wife, Ruby Keeler, during her dance to the Gershwin tune "Liza", from the audience on it's opening night in Boston. This impromptu performance was greeted enthusiastically but Ms. Keeler withdrew from the show prior to it's Broadway opening. (2) This would prove to be the last profitable Zeigfeld production.

(1929). Stage Play: Bitter Sweet. Musical operetta. Book by Noel Coward. Music and lyrics by Noël Coward. Musical Direction by Frank Tours. Directed by Noel Coward. Ziegfeld Theatre (moved to The Shubert Theatre from 17 Feb 1930- close): 5 Nov 1929- 22 Mar 1930 (159 performances). Cast: Reginald Allen (as "Chorus"), Mildred Allen-Letts (as "Chorus"), Bruce Anderson (as "Chorus"), Roy Arcourt (as "Chorus"), Leslie Bannister (as "Chorus/Mr. Vale"), Nancy Barnett Freda"), Isla Bevan (as "Honor/Lady Sorrel"), Peggy Blake (as "Boy"), Gordon Brand (as "Chorus"), Claude Brittin-Eldred (as "Chorus"), Nancy Brown (as "Gloria/Mrs. Proutie"), Kenneth Burston (as "Musician"), James Cameron (as "Chorus"), Vera Caprice (as "Chorus"), Albert Chapman (as "Footman/Chorus/Burley"), Noel Clifford (as "Chorus"), Doris Colston (as "Chorus"), Hugh Cuénod (as "Chorus/Bertram Sellick"), Constance David (as "Chorus"), Mary David (as "Chorus"), Sybil Davidson (as "Chorus/A Prater Girl"), William Dawson (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Debenham (as "Hansi"), Pauline Desmond (as "Chorus"), Peter Donald (as "Piccolo"), Edna Earle (as "Chorus/Boy"), John Evelyn (as "The Marquis of Shayne"), Alfred Fairhurst (as "Chorus"), Joyce Fletcher (as "Chorus"), Edmond Ford Musician"), Herbert Garry (as "Chorus"), Cunningham Glen (as "Chorus/Vernon Craft"), Trevor Glyn (as "Footman/Parker/Chorus"), Donald Gordon (as "Chorus/The Marquis of Steere/The Duke of Tenterton"), Zoe Gordon (as "Lotte"), Douglas Graeme-Brooke (as "Mr. Proutie/Chorus"), Roy Hall (as "Chorus"), Gladys Hay-Dillon (as "Chorus"), William Herbert (as "Chorus"), Leonora Hilton (as "Chorus"), Tracy Holmes (as "The Hon. Hugh Devon/Chorus"), Kathleen Holt (as "Chorus"), Elsie Hulme (as "Chorus"), Iris Hulme (as "Chorus"), Desmond Jeans (as "Captain August Lutte/Herr Schlick"), Myfany Jenkins (as "Chorus"), Max Kirby (as "Vincent Howard"), Kathleen Lambelet (as "Lady Devon/Chorus"), Evelyn Laye (as "Sarah Millick/Sari Linden/The Marchioness of Shayne"), Sylvia Leslie (as "Gussie"), Eddie Lisbona (as "Musician/Accompanist"), Peggy Lovat (as "Chorus"), Patrick Ludlow (as "Chorus/Lord Henry Jekyll"), Vicky Lynn (as "A Prater Girl/Chorus"), Isabel Marden (as "Chorus"), Cecile Maule-Cole (as "Chorus/A Prater Girl/Jackie"), William McGuigan (as "Chorus"), Louis E. Miller (as "Chorus/Lieutenant Tranisch/Mireille Manon/Crevette"), Jane Moore (as "Chorus/Lady Devon"), Charles Mortimer (as "Sir Arthur Fenchurch/Herr Schlick"), Anthony Neville (as "Chorus/Mr. Bethel"), Gerald Nodin (as "Carl Linden"), Isabel Ohmead (as "Mrs. Millick/Chorus"), Mervyn Pearce (as "Chorus"), Sydney Perlstone (as "Musician"), Constance Perrin (as "Helen/Chorus"), Audrey Pointing (as "Lady James/Harriet/Dolly Chamberlain"), Roma Presano (as "Chorus"), James Prescott (as "Chorus"), Leonta Proctor (as "Chorus"), Marjorie Raymond (as "Victoria/The Duchess of Tenterton"), James Reid (as "Chorus"), Vernon Rudolph (as "Musician"), Hooper Russell (as "Lord Sorrel/Chorus"), Leah Russell (as "Chorus"), Eva Scott-Thompson (as "Chorus"), Enid Settle (as "Chorus"), Marjorie Simpson (as "Chorus"), Paul Spender-Clay (as "Chorus/Cedrick Ballantyne"), Joan Stanbrough (as "Nita/Chorus"), Vesta Sylva (as "Effie/Mrs. Bethel"), Winifred Talbot (as "Jane/Mrs. Vale"), John W. Thompson (as "Footman/Chorus"), Richard Thorpe Chorus/Lord Edgar James"), Marcel Turner (as "Chorus"), Gustav Wallenberg (as "Chorus"), Leah Warne (as "Chorus/Boy"), Iris White (as "Chorus"), George Woof (as "Chorus/Lord Henry Jade"), Arthur Woolf (as "Musician"), Graham Yarborough (as "Footman/Chorus"). Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. and Archibald Selwyn. Produced in arrangement with Charles B. Cochran.

(1930). Stage Play: Simple Simon. Musical comedy. Music by Richard Rodgers. Material by Ed Wynn and Guy Bolton. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Choreographed by Seymour Felix. Directed by E.B. 'Zeke' Colvan. Ziegfeld Theatre: 18 Feb 1930- 14 Jun 1930 (135 performances). Cast: Will Ahern, Pirko Ahlquist, Bobbe Arnst, Mabel Baade, Elsie Behrens, Hugh Cameron (as "Otto Prince"), Ben Carswell, Marie Conwal, Mary Coyle, Frank DeWitt, Marion Dodge, Alan Edwards, Caja Eric, William J. Ferry, Hazel Forbes, Agnes Franey, Dolores Grant, Harriet Hoctor, Anthony Hughes, Mildred Ivory, Alfred P. James, Pete La Della, Doree Leslie, Neva Lynn, Elaine Mann,Virginia McNaughton, Frieda Mierse, Villi Milli, Lee Morse, Patsy O'Day, Master George Offerman, Dorothy Patterson, Lennox Pawle, Georgia Payne, Lois Peck, Gladys Pender, Clementine Rigeau, Blanche Satchell, Joseph Schrode, Douglas Stanbury, Paul Stanton, Helen Walsh (as "Jewel Pearce"), Gil White, Ed Wynn (as "Simon"). Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1930). Stage Play: Smiles. Musical comedy. Music by Vincent Youmans. Based on material by William Anthony McGuire. Lyrics by Clifford Grey [final Broadway credit during lifetime] and Harold Adamson. Additional lyrics by Ring Lardner. Music orchestrated by Paul Lannin [final Broadway credit]. Musical Director: Frank Tours. Choreographed by Ned Wayburn [final Broadway credit]. Directed by William Anthony McGuire. Ziegfeld Theatre: 18 Nov 1930- 10 Jan 1931 (63 performances). Cast: Arline Aber, Charline Aber, Jean Ackerman, Larry Adler, Pirko Alquist, Adele Astaire (as "Dot Hastings"), Fred Astaire (as "Bob Hastings"), Mabel Baade, Elsie Behrens, Joey Benton, Virginia Biddle, Dorothy Bow, Bobby Broadsley, Virginia Bruce (as "Ensemble"), Pamela Bryant, Katherine Burke, Georgia Caine, Irving Carter, Gordon Clark, Frank Coletti, Betty Collette, Mary Collins, Walter Costello, Gertrude Dahl, Louis Delgado, Claire Dodd (as "Clara"), Marion Dodge, Betty Dumbris, Madeline Dunbar, Marcelle Edwards, Georgia Ellis, Caja Eric, Louise Estes, Dorothy Flood, Eddie Foy Jr. (as "Gilbert Stone"), Agnes Franey, Paul Gregory, Maxine Gross, Burnie Halloway, Kathryn Hereford, Maurine Holmes, Bob Hope (as "Ensemble"), Meredith Howard, Tom Howard, Ken Huntington, Jackie Hurlbut, Lorraine Jaillet, David Johns, Juliette Jordan, Bernard Jukes, Ann Sothern [credited as Harriette Lake] (Broadway debut), Marjorie LaVoe, Preston Lewis, Neva Lynn, Joe Lyons, Roy Mace, Martha Maggard, Pat Mann, Christine Maple, Rose Mariella, Doris May, Nellie Mayer, Constance McKenzie, Olive McLay, Marilyn Miller (as "Smiles"), Joseph Minitello, Hilda Moreno, Ruth Morgan, Patsy O'Day, Agnes O'Laughlin, Dorothy Patterson, Ruth Patterson, Peggy Peacock, Edward Raquello, Dolores Ray, Anna Rex, Adrian Rosely, Olga Royce, Charles Sager, Blanche Satchell, Phil Sheridan, Jack Spinello, Michael Stark, Ward Tallman, Ruth Tara, Norma Taylor, Harry Tighe, Lee Timmins, Helen Walsh, Jean Warren, Gil White. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1931). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1931. Musical revue. Sketches by Mark Hellinger, J.P. Murray and Gene Buck. Lyrics by Gene Buck, Joseph McCarthy, Charles Farrell, Mack Gordon[earliest Broadway credit], J.P. Murray, Barry Trivers [earliest Broadway credit], E.Y. Harburg, Jack Norworth and Noel Coward. Dialogue staged by Edward C. Lilley. Dances directed by Bobby Connolly and Albertina Rasch. Music by Harry Revel [earliest Broadway credit], Ben Oakland, Dave Stamper, Dimitri Tiomkin, Noel Coward, Nora Bayes, James Monaco, Chic Endor, Walter Donaldson, Jay Gorney and Hugo Riesenfeld. Music for "Pink Lady Waltz" by Ivan Caryll [final Broadway credit]. Music for "(Shine On) Harvest Moon" by Jack Norworth. Music for "(Who Paid the Rent for Mrs.) Rip Van Winkle" by Al Bryan. Lyrics for "(Who Paid the Rent for Mrs.) Rip Van Winkle" by Fred Fisher. Music for "You Made Me Love You" Dance by Mack Gordon. Lyrics for "I'm With You" by Walter Donaldson. Musical Director: Oscar Bradley. Music orchestrated by Maurice De Packh, Will Vodery, Howard Jackson and Joe Jordan. Featuring songs by Powell and Stevens. Assembled by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. Directed by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. and Gene Buck. Ziegfeld Theatre: 1 Jul 1931- 21 Nov 1931 (165 performances). Cast: Iris Adrian, The Albertina Rasch Dancers, Thomas Arace, Jack Arthur, Jean Audree, Faith Bacon, Robert Baldwin, Virginia Bethel, Virginia Biddle, Ethel Borden, Mildred Borst, Frank Britton, Milt Britton, Jack Bruns, John Bubbles, Buck & Bubbles, Joan Burgess, Katherine Burke, Alice Burrage, Arthur Campbell, Tito Carol, Gordon Carper, Albert Carroll, Helen Carson, Emmita Casanova, Catherine Clark, The Collette Sisters, Dorothy Dell, Netta Deuschateau, Dorothy Dodge, David Drollet, Betty Dumbris, Marguerite Durand, Marguerite Eisele, Georgia Ellis, Kay English (as "Hazel Dawn" and "Pink lady Waltz" performer) [final Broadway role], Caja Eric, Clayton Estes, Ruth Etting (as "Nora Bayes"), Dorothy Flood, Rosa Fromson, Rose Gale, Gladys Glad, Gene Gory, Yvonne Grey, John Gurney, Paul Gursdorff, Cliff Hall, Cassie Hanley, Helen Hannan, Pearl Harris, Eunice Holmes, Jean Howard, Billy Hughes, Russell Johns, Tom Kendall, George Lamar, Frank Lang, Hal Le Roy (as "Alphonso Smith"), Milton Le Roy, Marjorie Levoe, Boots Mallory, Christine Maple, Herschel Martin, Mitzi Mayfair, Lorelle McCarver, Ernest McChesney, Frank McCormack, Dennis McCurtin, Marjorie McLaughlin, Olive McLay, Frieda Mierse, Vera Milton, Grace Moore, Jim Moore, Helen Morgan, John Daly Murphy (as "Doctor Crechsen/A Drunk"), Dorissa Nelova, Pat O'Day, Pearl Osgood, Earl Oxford, Anne Lee Patterson, Ruth Patterson, Jack Pearl, Vivian Porter, Betty Real, Mary Alice Rice, Harry Richman, Bernice Roberts, William Royal, A. Samish, Blanche Satchell, Billie Seward, Barbara Smith, Conrad Sparin, Marie Stevens, Leonard Stokes, Lena Thomas, Joseph Toner, Synny Trowbridge, Robert Walker, Helen Walsh, Eileen Wenzel, Robert White. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1932). Stage Play: Hot-Cha! Musical comedy. Music by Ray Henderson. Lyrics by Lew Brown. Book by Mark Hellinger, H.S. Kraft, Ray Henderson and Lew Brown. Based on a story by H.S. Kraft. Musical Direction by Al Goodman. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Scenic Design by Joseph Urban. Costume Design by John Harkrider. Choreographed by Bobby Connolly. Directed by Edgar J. MacGregor and Edward C. Lilley. Ziegfeld Theatre: 8 Mar 1932-18 Jun 1932 (119 performances). Cast: Iris Adrian, Louise Allen, Mary Ann, Nick Basil, Miriam Battista, Herman Belmonte, Leonard Berry, Virginia Biddle, Joan Burgess, Alice Burrage, Tito Coral, Mary Coyle, Jack Daley, Dorothy Day, Antonio de Marco, Renee De Marco, Louis Delgado, Alan DeSylva, Marion Dixon, Dody Donnelly, Betty Dumbris, Prudence Edgar, Georgia Ellis, Jules Epailly (as "Store Keeper, Manuel"), Harriet Fink, Marjorie Fisher, Dorothy Flood, John Fulco, Robert Gleckler, Pearl Harris, Patty Hastings, Florence Healy, Hernandez Brothers, Theo Holley, Jean Howard, Stanley Howard, Mercedes Hughes, Alfonso Iglesias, Dorothy Kal, Gloria Kelly, Tom Kelly, June Knight, Frances Kruger, Charles La Torre, Bert Lahr (as "Alky Schmidt"), Jane Lane, Rose Louise, Evelyn Lowrie, Neva Lynn, June MacCloy, Frances Markey, Edwin Marsh, Mary Joan Martin, Lorelle McCarver, Lou Ann Meredith, Rosalie Milan, Vic Monroe, Grace Moore, Pauline Moore, George O'Brien, Ethel O'Dell, Catherine O'Neil, Lester Ostrander, Lynne Overman (as "Hap Wilson"), Arthur Page, Sherry Pelham, Theo Phane, Lilyan Picard, Eleanor Powell (as "Dancer"), Basil Prock, Polly Ray, Carol Renwick, Mary Alice Rice, Wilburn Riviere, Buddy Rogers (as "Jack Whitney"), Alma Ross, William Ruppel, Mina Ruskin, Marion Santre, Roy Sedley, Gertrude Sheffield, Marie Stevens, Kay Stewart, Thomas Thompson, Lupe Velez (as "Conchita"), Veloz and Yolanda [Veloz and Yolanda Veloz], Efim Vitis, Marion Volk, Molly Wakefield, Diana Walker, Lorraine Webb, Mildred Webb, Marjorie White. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1932). Stage Play: Show Boat. Musical drama (revival). Music by Jerome Kern. Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Lyrics for "Bill" by P.G. Wodehouse. Music and lyrics for "Goodbye, My Lady Love" by Joseph E. Howard. Music and lyrics for "After the Ball" by Charles Harris. Book adapted by Oscar Hammerstein II. Based on "Show Boat" by Edna Ferber. Musical Directors: Oscar Bradley and Sammy Lee. Directed by Oscar Hammerstein II. Casino Theatre: 19 May 1932- 22 Oct 1932 (180 performances). Cast: Bessie Allison, Bertha Fitzhugh Baker, Rachel Beech, J. Mardo Brown, A. Alan Campbell (as "Windy"), Billie Campbell, Mamie Cartier, Willy Lou Chalfant, Laura Clairon, Catherine Clark, Walter Costello, Jack Daley, Charles Davis, Henry Davis, Dorothy Denese, Leon Diggs, Evelyn Eaton, William Ehlers, Charles Ellis, Caja Eric, Robert Faricy, Estelle Floyd (as "Ethel"), Dell Fradenburg, John Fredrik, Tess Gardella, Ray Giles, Blanche Glenn, Thomas Gunn, Marion Hairston, Edgar Hall, Annie Hart, William Haskins, Mae Haygood, Mari Hellgren, Eunice Holmes, Maurine Holmes, Rhogenia Jamison, J. Louis Johnson, Charlotte Junius, Tana Kamp, V. Anne Kaye, Dennis King (as "Gaylord Ravenal"), Angeline Lawson, James Lillard, Henrietta Lovelace, Herbert Lyle, Francis X. Mahoney (as "Rubberface Smith") Pat Mann, Rose Mariella, Richard McAllister, Dolly McCormick, James McKay, John Mobley, Helen Morgan (as "Julie"), Ethel Moses, Lucia Moses, Edna May Oliver (as Parthy Ann Hawks), Joseph Olney, Ann Lee Patterson, Pauline Pennell, Inez Persand, Lancelot Pinard, Eva Puck (as "Ellie"), Hattie King Reavis, Wilburn Riviere, Paul Robeson (as "Joe"), Elsie Rossi, Jennie Salmons, Earle Sanborn, Mildred Schwenke, Phil Sheridan, Maude Simmons, Charles Spencer, James Swift, Wen. Talbert, Lucille Taylor, Norma Terris (as "Magnolia"), Wynn Terry, Tillie Thomas, Archie Thomson, Lee Timmans, Gladstone Waldrip, Gertrude Walker [final Broadway role], Billie Wallace, Elida Webb, Sammy White (as "Frank Schultz"), Charles Willis, Charles Winninger (as "Capt. Andy"). Replacement actors: Stella Bailey (as "Sister"), Bertha Belmore (as "Parthy Ann Hawks"), George Blackwood (as "Steve"), Caja Eric (as "Lottie"), Robert Raines (as "Joe"). Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. Notes: (1) Mr. Ziegfeld would die during production on 22 Jul 1932 at age 65. (2) Previously filmed by Universal Pictures as Show Boat (1929) and more notably later as Show Boat (1936), which while successful, suffered production delays and cost overruns that ultimately led to the downfall of Carl Laemmle's reign at Universal Pictures. Filmed again by MGM as Show Boat (1951).


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