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Mrs. January and Mr. X. (1944). Comedy. Written by Zoe Akins. Directed by Elliott Nugent and Arthur Sircom. Belasco Theatre: 31 Mar 1944- 6 May 1944 (43 performances). Cast: Henry Barnard (as "Carey"), Barbara Bel Geddes, Billie Burke, Helen Carew, Frank Craven, Susana Garnett, Nicholas Joy, Dorothy Lambert, Edward Nannary, Bobby Perez, Therese Quadri, Phil Sheridan, Robert F. Simon, Henry Vincent, Roderick Winchell. Produced by Richard Meyers.

Othello (1943). Drama/tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Margaret Webster (also appearing as "Emilia"). Shubert Theatre: 19 Oct 1943- 1 Jul 1944 (296 performances). As "Messenger." Cast included: Paul Robeson, José Ferrer, Uta Hagen, James Monks, Sam Banham, Edith King, Jack Manning, Eugene Stuckmann, Graham Velsey, William Woodson,

The First Million (1943). Written by Irving Elman. Directed by John Kennedy. Ritz Theatre: 28 Apr 1943- 1 May 1943 (5 performances). As "Tom Boone." Cast: Harlan Briggs, Dort Clark, Russell Collins, Wendell Corey, George Cotton, Lois Hall, Dorrit Kelton, Louise Larabee, John Souther. Produced by James S. Elliott.

Bird in Hand (1942). Comedy (revival). Written by John Drinkwater. Directed and produced by Ronald T. Hammond. Morosco Theatre: 19 Oct 1942- 24 Oct 1942 (8 performances). As "Gerald Arnwood." Cast: J.W. Austin, Romney Brent, Harry Irvine, Nicholas Joy, Frances Reid, Viola Roache, Harry Sothern, Elizabeth Sutton.

Inherit the Wind (1955). Drama. Written by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Directed by Herman Shumlin. National Theatre: 21 Apr 1955- 22 Jun 1957 (806 performances). As "Harry Y. Esterbrook" [replacement actor].

I Know My Love (1949). Comedy. Written by S.N. Behrman. Directed by Alfred Lunt (also starring as "Thomas Chanler"). Shubert Theatre: 2 Nov 1949- 3 Jun 1950 (247 performances). As "Richard Chanler."

Home of the Brave (1945). Drama. Written by Arthur Laurents. Directed by Michael Gordon. Belasco Theatre: 27 Dec 1945- 23 Feb 1946 (69 performances). As "Finch." Cast: Alan Baxter, Kendall Clark, Eduard Franz, Russell Hardie, Joseph Pevney. Produced by Lee Sabinson.

The Wind is Ninety (1945). Written by Capt. RalphNelson. Directed by Albert De Courville. Booth Theatre: 21 Jun 1945- 22 Sep 1945 (108 performances). As "Young Man." Cast: Wendell Corey, Donald Devlin, James Dobson, Kirk Douglas, Bert Lytell, Kevin Mathews, Gordon McDonald, Marty Miller, Scott Moore, Frances Reid, Teddy Rose, Roy Sterling, Dick Van Patten, Joyce Van Patten, Blanche Yurka. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

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