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(1927- 1949). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1927). Stage Play: The Spider. Melodrama/mystery. Written by Fulton Oursler and Lowell Brentano. Overture by The Tivoli Theatre Orchestra. Directed by Albert Lewis. Chanin's 46th Street Theatre (moved to The Music Box Theatre on 13 Jun 1927 to close): 22 Mar 1927- Dec 1927 (closing date unknown/319 performances). Cast: John Halliday, Murray Alper, Anton Ascher, John Burkell, Thomas Findley, D.J. Flanagan, Germaine Giroux, Alfred Goldie, Eleanor Griffith, Charles Hamlin, Roy Hargrave (as "The Boy with the Radio Eyes") [Broadway debut], John O. Hewitt, Arthur Stuart Hull, John Kelly, Priscilla Knowles, Lytell & Fant, Mack & La Rue, Donald MacKenzie, Ed Mann, William E. Morris, Harry Phillippi, John Rogers, Clifford Stone, Walter Travers, H. Yano.Produced by Albert Lewis and Sam Harris.

(1928). Stage Play: The Big Fight. Drama. Written by Milton Herbert Gropper and Max Marcin. Directed by David Belasco. Majestic Theatre: 18 Sep 1928- Oct 1928 (closing date unknown/31 performances). Cast: Alan Allyn, Edna Bennett, Joe Bernstein, Frank Callahan, Henry Clark, George Cole, Gordon Conover, Carl De Mel, Jack Dempsey, Jefferson Hall, Roy Hargrave (as "Lester"), "Italian Jack" Herman, Joe Humphreys, Dan Kelly, John Kelly, Victor Kilian, Victor Kilian Jr., E.J. Le Saint, Jerry Luvadis, Neil Malloy, Eddie Mann, Owen Martin, Anthony McCauliffe, Billie McManus, Harry Mitchell, Leo Pardello, Norman Pearce, Henry Phillipi, William Riccardi, Jack Roseleigh, Lewis Shuman, Jean Sidney, Ralph Smith, Harry Stubbs, Estelle Taylor, Arthur Vinton, David Weinstein, Shirley Wynne. Produced by Sam Harris and Albert Lewis.

(1929). Stage Play: Houseparty. Drama. Written by Kenneth Britton and Roy Hargrave. Directed by Harry Wagstaff Gribble. Knickerbocker Theatre: 9 Sep 1929- Feb 1930 (closing date unknown/177 performances). Cast: Lawrence Bolton (as "James"), Charles Cromer (as "Edward Canby"), Charles Dill (as "Chick Smith"), Helen Dodge (as "Doris Callander"), Waldo Edwards (as "Bill Warren"), Richard Ewell (as "Student"), Edith Hargrave (as "Marianne Guion"), Roy Hargrave (as "Alan Bradford"), Dorothy Harris (as "House Party Guest"), William Haskell (as "Student"), Julia Hay (as "Mrs. White"), Beatrice Holtby (as "House Party Guest"), Penelope Hubbard (as "Sally Andrews"), Betty Lawrence (as "Hortense Pfeiffer"), Edward J. Le Saint (as "Malcom F.R. White, M.A."), Harriet E. MacGibbon (as "Florence"), Louise MacKintosh (as "Mrs. Rutherford"), Johnny Mercer [credited as John Mercer] (as "Student"), Everett Miller (as "Student"), Helen Oursler (as "House Party Guest"), Billy Quinn (as "Betty Creeling"), Cynthia Rogers (as "Betty Creeling"), Matthew Smith (as "Darrow Jenches"), Betty Stoddart (as "House Party Guest"), Annie Sutherland (as "Mrs. Milligan"), Edward Whitner (as "Student"), Edward Woods (as "Ronald Evans"). Produced by George C. Tyler and Abraham L. Erlanger.

(1930). Stage Play: With Priviledges. Comedy/drama. Written by Roy Hargrave and Ruth Welty. Directed by Henry Stillman. Vanderbilt Theatre: 15 Sep 1930- Oct 1930 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Moss Flesig, Madeline Grey, Roy Hargrave (as "Carl Westcott"), Marie Hunt, June Justice, Joan Madison, Frank Manning, Saul Z. Martell, Thomas V. Morrison, Lionel Stander (as "Aleppo") [credited as Lionel Jay Stander]. Produced by Hyman Adler and Philip Gerton.

(1931). Stage Play: An American Tragedy, Drama (revival). Written by Patrick Kearney. Based on the novel by Theodore Dreiser. Directed by George Greenberg. Waldorf Theatre: 20 Feb 1931- Jun 1931 (closing date unknown/137 performances). Cast: William Balfour (as "Judge Oberwaltzer/Reverend MacMillan"), Raymond Barrett (as "Samuel Griffiths"), Richard Barrow (as "Asa Griffiths/Dr. Glenn"), Marjorie Brown (as "Hester Griffiths"), Marie Burke (as "Mrs. Samuel Griffiths"), Walter Cartwright (as "Orville Mason"), Joseph Eggenton (as "Alvin Belknap"), Bert Emmors (as "Clerk of the Court"), Robert Emory (as "Bailiff/Second Guard"), Consuelo Flowerton (as "A Girl/Jill Trumbull"), Dorothy Garnier (as "Bella Griffiths"), Roy Hargrave (as "Clyde Griffiths"), Lora Hays (as "A Girl/Bertine Cranston"), Hilton Josephs (as "A Young Tramp/A Guard"), Joseph Lighthill (as "Foreman of the Jury/A Deputy Sheriff"), Irvin Norvig (as "Harley Baggott"), Ruth Nugent (as "Roberta Alden"), Anthony Pawley (as "Gilbert Griffiths"), Gertrude Ritchie (as "Elvira Griffiths/Mrs. Peyton/Mrs. Asa Griffiths"), Tom Rutherfurd (as "A Young Man/Stuart Finchley"), Juliana Taberna (as "Another Girl"), Philip Van Zant (as "Ruben Jephson"), Dorothy Watson (as "Sondra Finchley"), Harry Watts (as "Third Guard"), Bert Wilcox (as "Whiggam/An Innkeeper/Burton Burleigh"). Produced by Jules J. Leventhal. Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures as An American Tragedy (1931) and as A Place in the Sun (1951).

(1935). Stage Play: Blind Alley. Written by James Warwick. Directed by Worthington Miner. Booth Theatre: 24 Sep 1935- Jan 1936 (closing date unknown/119 performances). Cast: Jay Adler, Lloyd Barry, James Brooks, George Coulouris, Ruth Fallows, Roy Hargrave (as "Hal Wilson"), Mabel Montgomery, Edna Ramsey, James Truex, Katherine Warren, Albert G. West. Produced by James R. Ullman.

(1936). Stage Play: A Room in Red and White. Drama. Written by Roy Hargrave, in collaboration with Laura Adair and Thomas Hargrave. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Joshua Logan. 48th Street Theatre: 18 Jan 1936- Feb 1936 (closing date unknown/25 performances). Cast: Leslie Adams, Brenda Dahlen, Chrystal Herne (as "Beatrice Crandall"), Tenen Holtz (as "Peter Mansky"), Richard Kendrick (as "Lawrence Crandall"), Joshua Logan (as "Robert Humphreys"), Louise Platt (as "Joan Haviland") [Broadway debut], William Sanders, Karl Stall (as "John Mellon"), Ivy Troutman (as "Marion Mellon"). Produced by Dwight Wiman and George Kondolf.

(1940). Stage Play: Blind Alley. Drama (revival). Written by James Warwick. Directed by J.B. Daniels.

(1942). Stage Play: The Life of Reilly. Written by William Roos. Directed by Roy Hargrave. Broadhurst Theatre: 29 Apr 1942- 2 May 1942 (5 performances). Cast: Charita Bauer, Theodora Bender, Guerita Donnelly, Glenda Farrell, Peter Hobbs, Len Hollister, George Matthews, Francis Nielsen, John Shellie, Howard Smith, Loring Smith, Norman Tokar, Polly Waters. Produced by Day Tuttle and Harald Bromley.

(1943). Stage Play: Men in Shadow. Written by Mary Hayley Bell. Directed by Roy Hargrave. Morosco Theatre: 10 Mar 1943- 27 Mar 1943 (21 performances). Cast: J. Wesley Adams, Martin Brandt, Mme. Michelette Burani, Francis De Sales, Joseph De Santis, Ernest Graves, Dean Harens, Roy Hargrave (as "Lew"), Michael Ingram, Peter Knego, Everett Sloane, Peter Von Zerneck. Produced by Max Gordon.

(1944). Stage Play: Jackpot. Based on material by Guy Bolton, Sidney Sheldon and Ben Roberts. Music by Vernon Duke. Lyrics by Howard Dietz. Directed by Roy Hargrave. Alvin Theatre: 13 Jan 1944- 11 Mar 1944 (69 performances). Cast: Benny Baker, Robert Beam, Connie Constant, Wendell Corey, Althea Elder, Nanette Fabray, John Hamill, Flower Hujer, Allan Jones, Ben Lackland, Jerry Lester, Walter Monroe, Houston Richards, Sherry Shadburne, Marton L. Stevens, Drucilla Strain, Betty Stuart, Jacqueline Susann, Edith Turgell, Mary Wickes, Billie Worth. Produced by Vinton Freedley.

(1944). Stage Play: Pick-up Girl. Written by Elsa Shelley. Lighting design by Roy Hargrave. Directed by Roy Hargrave. 48th Street Theatre: 3 May 1944- 21 Oct 1944 (198 performances). Cast included: William Harrigan, Dorothy Blackburn, Zachary Charles, Vito Christi, Toni Favor, William Foran, Joe Johnson, Douglas Keaton, David Kernan, Monty Martell, Doro Merande, Edmonia Nolley, Bram Nossen, Pamela Rivers, Frank Tweddell, Lili Valenty, Lois Wheeler, Bernice Winters.

(1944). Stage Play: Catherine Was Great. Written by Mae West. Choreographed by Margaret Sande. Directed by Roy Hargrave. Shubert Theatre (moved to The Royale Theatre on 2 Dec 1944 to close): 2 Aug 1944- 13 Jan 1945 (191 performances). Cast: Reginald Allen (as "Usher"), George Anderson (as "Guard"), Joel Ashley (as "Corporal Joe/Prince Potemkin"), Gene Barry (as "Lieutenant Bunin"), Frank Baxter (as "Vanya"), Albert Bayne (as "Councillor"), Carl Bensen (as "Soldier"), Michael Bey (as "Ivan VI"), Harry Bodin (as "Innkeeper"), Ray Bourbon (as "Florian"), Gerry Brent (as "Lady-in-Waiting"), Jack Burke (as "Soldier"), Eden Burrows (as "Guard"), John Colby (as "Soldier"), Owen Coll (as "Ambassador Choiseul"), Elinor Counts (as "Varvara"), Boyd de Brossard (as "Soldier"), Don De Leo (as "Ambassador Murad Pasha") [Broadway debut], Edna Eckert (as "Lady-in-Waiting"), Dick Ellis (as "Usher"), Victor Finney (as "Semyonev/Chamberlain"), Antony Fortune (as "Soldier"), John Frederick (as "Guard"), Charles K. Gerrard (as "Count Panin"), Don Gibson (as "Captain Danilov"), Coburn Goodwin (as "Count Nikolai Mirovich"), Milton Gordon (as "Soldier"), Eddy Grove, Leon Hamilton (as "Maurice"), Charles Hart (as "Councillor"), Bern Hoffman(as "Pugacheff"), Phillip Huston (as "Greg/Gregory Orloff"), Philip Cary Jones (as "Captain Dronsky"), Hubert Long (as "Jim/Alexis Orloff"), Jerry Lucas (as "Guard"), Dayton Lummis (as "Chechkofski"), William Malone (as "Admiral Semechkin"), Joseph R. Mann (as "Councillor"), Michael Mauree (as "Lady-in-Waiting"), Buddy Millard (as "Page Boy"), Dickie Millard (as "Page Boy"), Robert G. Morse (as "Councillor"), Mila Niemi (as "Lady-in-Waiting"), John Parrish (as "Marshal Suvorov"), Gloria Pierre (as "Lady-in-Waiting"), Mary Reid (as "Lady-in-Waiting"), William Skelton (as "Soldier"), Carl Specht (as "Soldier"), Richard Spohr (as "Guard"), Michael Spreder (as "Chamberlain"), Ramond Stenzi (as "Guard"), John Stephen (as "Chief Chamberlain"), Frank Stevens (as "Councillor"), Robert Strauss (as "Mike") [final Broadway role], Mischa Tonken (as "Roy"), Lester Towne (as "Chimneysweep"), William Tubbs (as "Councillor"), Henry Vincent (as "English Ambassador"), Mae West. Produced by Michael Todd.

(1945). Stage Play: Signature. Written by Elizabeth McFadden. Based on a short story by Melville Davisson Post. Directed by Roy Hargrave. Forrest Theatre: 14 Feb 1945- 15 Feb 1945 (2 performances). Cast: Lyster Chambers (as "Randolph"), Edwin Cushman, Charles S. Dublin, Frederic Faber, Lawrence Fletcher, William Forester, Charles A. Francis, Bruce Halsey, Nell Harrison, Lew Herbert, Anne Jackson (as "Alice Stuart"), Harry Kadison, Charles Keane, Charles Kuhn, Judson Laire, George Lessey, Marjorie Lord (as "Nora Davisson"), John Henry McKee, Morris McKenney, William McMillen, Donald Murphy, Coby Neal, Peter Pann, Glenn Regent, Gregory Robins, Page Spencer, Cyrus Staehle, Bob Stevenson, Frederic Tozere (as "Alkiri"). Produced by Richard Skinner and Dorothy Willard.

(1945). Stage Play: Skydrift. Written by Harry Kleiner. Scenic Design and Costume Design by Motley. Directed by Roy Hargrave. Belasco Theatre: 13 Nov 1945- 17 Nov 1945 (7 performances). Cast: Wolfe Barzell (as "Mr. Bucelli"), William Chambers (as "Private Edward Freling"), Zachary A. Charles (as "Private Mario Bucelli"), Rosita Cosio (as "Angelina"), Paul Crabtree (as "Private Paul Rennard"), Olive Deering (as "Francey"), Elsbeth Hofmann (as "Audra"), Arthur P. Keegan (as "Private Fitzroy Donovan"), Sid Martoff (as "Co-Pilot"), Marty Miller (as "Danny"), Rita Moreno [Broadway debut], Roger Quinlan (as "Donovan, Sr."), Alfred Ryder (as "Sergeant Robert A. Kane"), Carl Specht (as "Private Nickie Bucelli"), David Stewart (as "Waiter"), Elliott Sullivan (as "Corporal Kenneth Brody"), Lili Valenty (as "Mrs. Bucelli"), Eli Wallach (as "Crew Chief") [Broadway debut]. Produced by Rita Hassan.

(1947). Stage Play: Dear Judas. Drama. Music by Johann Sebastian Bach. Music arranged by Lehman Engel. Written by Michael Myerberg. From the work by Robinson Jeffers. Choreographed by Esther Junger. Directed by Michael Myerberg. Mansfield Theatre: 5 Oct 1947- 18 Oct 1947 (17 performances). Cast: Richard Astor (as "Simon"), Karl Brock, Larry Buchanan (as "Roman Guard"), Tony Charmoli (as "Peter"), Clara Cordery, Jane Davis, Robert Davis, Eva Desca, Annie Ferris, David Fulford (as "Priest"), Warren Galjour, Morris Gedzel, Louise Gerard, Douglas Haden (as "Roman Guard"), Roy Hargrave (as "Judas"), Arlene Hershey, Ferdi B. Hoffman (as "The Carpenter"), Harry Irvine (as "Lazarus"), Kaye Janice (as "Singer"), Anglea Lappart, Betts Lee, Joseph Mego (as "Priest"), Dorothy Page, Jean Pugsley (as "Torchbearer"), Helen Rice, Walter Rinner, Alfred Rogers (as "Alter Ego"), Beatrice Seckler, Cecile Sherman, Jacqueline Soans (as "Torchbearer"), Peter Sozio, Emy St. Just, Vicki Starr, Anne Widman, Margaret Wycherly (as "The Woman"), Hope Zee (as "Torchbearer"). Produced by Michael Myerberg.

(1949). Stage Play: The Ivy Green. Written by Mervyn Nelson. Directed by Roy Hargrave [final Broadway credit] and Richard Barr. Lyceum Theatre: 5 Apr 1949- 9 Apr 1949 (7 performances). Cast: Leta Bonynge, Barnard Hughes, Dan O'Herlihy, Ruth White. Produced by Hall Shelton.

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