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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