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  • (1915) Stage Play: Peter Pan (Revival). Written by J.M. Barrie. Empire Theatre: 21 Dec 1915- Jan 1916 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Maude Adams, Dorothea Camden, R.P. Carter, Elsie Clarens, Margaret Field, Gladys Gillan, Ruth Gordon [Broadway debut], Wallace Jackson, Katherine Keppell, Donald McClelland, Angela Ogden, Adele Prince, William Sheafe, Byron Silvers, Fred Tyler, Jane Wren. Produced by Charles Frohman Inc.
  • (1918) Stage Play: Seventeen. Written by Hugh Stanislaus Stange and Stannard Mears. From the novel by Booth Tarkington. Directed by Stuart Walker. Booth Theatre: 22 Jan 1918- Aug 1918 (closing date unknown/225 performances) Cast: Morgan Farley, George Gaul, Ruth Gordon (as "Lola Pratt"), Gregory Kelly, Paul Kelly, Judith Lowry, Neil Martin, Beatrice Maude, Henrietta McDannel, Lew Medbury, Lillian Ross, Eugene Stockdale, Arthur Wells. Produced by Stuart Walker. Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures as Seventeen (1940).
  • (1923) Stage: Appeared (as "Winsora") in "Tweedles" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson. Frazee Theatre: 13 Aug 1923-Nov 1923 (closing date unknown/96 performances). Cast: Wallis Clark (as "Mr. Castlebury"), Patti Cortez (as "Mrs. Albergone"), George Farren (as "Adam Tweedle"), Gregory Kelly (as "Julian"), Donald Meek (as "Philemon"), Irving Mitchell (as "Ambrose"), Florence Pendleton (as "Mrs. Castlebury"), Cornelia Otis Skinner (as "Mrs. Ricketts"). Produced by Robert McLaughlin.
  • (1925) Stage: Appeared (as "Katherine Everitt") in "Mrs. Partridge Presents" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Mary Kennedy and Ruth Hawthorne. Directed / produced by Guthrie McClintic. Belmont Theatre: 5 Jan 1925-Mar 1925 (closing date unknown/144 performances). Cast: Blanche Bates, Elliot Cabot, C. Havilland Chappell, Virginia Chauvenet, Edward Emery, Sylvia Field, Augusta Haviland, Edwin Morse, Charles Waldron, William Worthington.
  • (1925) Stage: Appeared (as "Eva Hutton") in "The Fall of Eve" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by John Emerson (also producer) and Anita Loos. Booth Theatre: 31 Aug 1925-Oct 1925 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Albert Albertson, Alonzo Fenderson, Doris Kemper, Claude King, Reginald Mason (as "Larry Webb"), Diantha Pattison (as "Enid Craig"), Nadine Winstan, Cora Witherspoon (as "Amy Parker").
  • (1927) Stage Play: Saturday's Children. Comedy. Written by Maxwell Anderson. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Booth Theatre (moved to The Forrest Theatre from 9 Apr 1928- close): 26 Jan 1927- Apr 1928 (closng date unknown/328 performances). Cast: Richard Barbee (as "Willie Sands"), Humphrey Bogart (as "Rims O'Neil"), Beulah Bondi (as "Mrs. Gorlik"), Ruth Gordon (as "Bobby"), Ruth Hammond, Grace Roth Henderson, Lucia Moore, Frederick Perry (as "Mr. Halevy"), Roger Pryor, Anne Tonetti. Produced by The Actors Theatre.
  • (1929) Stage Play: Serena Blandish. Comedy.
  • (1929) Stage Play: Serena Blandish. Comedy. Written by S.N. Behrman. Morosco Theatre: 23 Jan 1929- Apr 1929 (closing date unknown/93 performances). Cast: Eileen Byron (as "A Marriageable Daughter"), Constance Collier (as "Countess Flor di Folio"), Henry Daniell (as "Lord Ivor Cream"), Tyrell Davis (as "Nikkie"), Clarence Derwent (as "Sigmund Traub"), Wallace Erskine (as "Sir Everard Pycheon"), Douglas Garden (as "Michael"), Ruth Gordon (as "Serena Blandish"), John Gray (as "A Bus Conductor"), Marion Grey (as "A Gushing Mama"), Julia Hoyt (as "A Lady of Refined Appearance"), Derex Hume (as "A Chauffeur"), Alice John (as "Mrs. Blandish"), A.E. Matthews (as "Martin"), Alfred Shirley (as "A Poet"), Hugh Sinclair (as "Edgar Malleson"), Juan Varro (as "A Musician"), Harold White (as "Head Waiter"). Produced by Jed Harris.
  • (1930) Stage Play: Hotel Universe. Drama. Written by Philip Barry. Directed by Philip Moeller. Martin Beck Theatre: 14 Apr 1930- Jun 1930 (closing date unknown/81 performances). Cast: Katherine Alexander, Glenn Anders, Morris Carnovsky, Ruth Gordon, Earle Larimore, Phyllis Povah, Gustave Rolland, Ruthelma Stevens, Franchot Tone (as "Tom Ames"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1930) Stage Play: The Violet and One, Two, Three [joint production]. Henry Miller's Theatre: 29 Sep 1930- Nov 1930 (closing date unknown/40 performances). The Violet: Written by Ferenc Molnár. Directed by James Whale. Cast: Johnnie Brewer (as "John") [Broadway debut], Joan Carr (as "Miss Rakolnoki"), Natica De Acosta (as "Miss Roboz"), Ruth Gordon (as "Ilona Stobri"), A.P. Kaye (as "The Producer-Manager"), Reginald Mason (as "The Composer"), Sue Moore (as "Miss Szell"), Aldeah Wise (as "Miss Markus"). One, Two, Three (comedy): Written by Ferenc Molnár. Directed by James Whale. Cast: Johnnie Brewer (as "A Haberdasher"), A.S. 'Pop' Byron (as "Nordson"), Eileen Byron (as "Miss Posner"), Joan Carr (as "Miss Brasch"), Maurice Cass (as "Colleon"), Audray Dale (as "Lydia"), Forbes Herbert (as "Dawson Karl"), Natica De Acosta (as "Miss Petrowitsch"), Carl Del Mel (as "Ferdinand"), George Fogle (as "Mr. Ciring"), Norbert Humphreys (as "Nordson's Valet"), Colin Hunter (as "Felix"), Fifi Laynee (as "Miss Lind"), Donald MacMillan (as "Kaldoorian"), Isidore Marcil (as "A Barber"), Reginald Mason (as "Count Von Dubois-Schottenburg"), Robert Noble (as "Dr. Faber"), Frederick Roland (as "Dr. Pinsky"), Frank Rothe (as "Kristian"), Harold Thomas (as "Dr. Wolff"), George Henry Trader (as "Nordson's Secretary"), John Williams (as "Anton Schuh"), J.P. Wilson (as "Mr. Osso"), Aldeah Wise (as "Miss Kuno"). Produced by Gilbert Miller. Note: Filmed by Bavaria Film/The Mirisch Corporation/Pyramid Productions [distributed by United Artists] as One, Two, Three (1961).
  • (1931) Stage: Appeared in "The Wiser They Are" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Sheridan Gibney. Directed / produced by Jed Harris. Plymouth Theatre: 6 Apr 1931-May 1931 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast included: Geoffrey Bryant, Terry Carroll, Eduardo Ciannelli, Julia Hoyt, Ben Lackland, Osgood Perkins, G. Albert Smith, Joseph Spree, Charlotte Wynters.
  • (1931) Stage Play: The Wiser They Are. Comedy. Written by Sheridan Gibney. Directed by Jed Harris. Plymouth Theatre: 6 Apr 1931- May 1931 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast included: Geoffrey Bryant, Terry Carroll, Eduardo Ciannelli, Ruth Gordon (as "Trixie Ingram"), Julia Hoyt, Ben Lackland (as "Jerry Goodrich"), Osgood Perkins, G. Albert Smith, Joseph Spree, Charlotte Wynters. Produced by Jed Harris
  • (1931) Stage Play: A Church Mouse. Written by Ladislas Fodor. Scenic Design by Livingston Platt. Directed by Melville Burke. Playhouse Theatre: 12 Oct 1931- Mar 1932 (closing date unknown/164 performances). Cast: Charles S. Abbe (as "Jackson") [final Broadway role], Charles Campbell (as "Baron Frank von Ullrich"), Wallace Erskine (as "Count von Talheim"), Ruth Gordon (as "Susie Sachs"), John Gray (as "Chapple"), Louise Kirtland (as "Olly Frey "), Bert Lytell (as "Baron Thomas von Ullrich"). Produced by William A. Brady Ltd.
  • (1932) Stage Play: Here Today. Comedy. Written by George Oppenheimer [earliest Broadway credit]. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 6 Sep 1932- Oct 1932 (closing date unknown/39 performances). Cast: Sally Bates (as "Claire Windrew"), Charles D. Brown (as "Stanley Dale"), Geoffrey Bryant (as "Jeffrey Windrew"), Ruth Gordon (as "Mary Hilliard",) Charlotte Granville (as "Mrs. Windrew"), Donald MacDonald (as "Philip Graves"), Paul McGrath (as "Spencer Grant"), Elizabeth Taylor (as "Gertrude"). Produced by Sam Harris.
  • (1933) Stage Play: Three-Cornered Moon. Comedy. Written by Gertrude Tonkonogy. Scenic Design by Arthur P. Segal. Directed by Alfred De Liagre Jr. Cort Theatre: 16 Mar 1933- May 1933 (closing date unknown/76 performances). Cast: Paula Bauersmith (as "Jenny"), Elisha Cook Jr. (as "Ed Rimplegar"), (as "Dr. Alan Stevens"), John Eldredge, Ruth Gordon (as "Elizabeth Rimplegar"), Ben Lackland (as "Kenneth Rimplegar"), Cecilia Loftus (as "Mrs. Rimplegar"), Eunice Stoddard (as "Kitty"), Richard Whorf (as "Donald"). Produced by Richard Aldrich and Alfred De Liagre Jr.
  • (1934) Stage Play: They Shall Not Die. Drama. Written by John Wexley. Scenic Design by Lee Simonson. Directed by Philip Moeller. Royale Theatre: 21 Feb 1934- Apr 1934 (closing date unknown/62 performances). Cast: Carroll Ashburn (as "Mr. Lawrence/Lowery"), St. Clair Bayfield, Irene Bevans, Alfred Brown, Teddy Browne, Georgia Burke, Orrin Burke, George A. Cameron, George Carroll, George Christie, K. Browne Cooke, Leo Curley, Angus Duncan, Carl Eckstrom (as "Circuit Solicitor Slade") [final Broadway role], Tom Ewell (as "Red/Young Man") [Broadway debut], Jack Flynn, Ross Forrester, Catherine Francis, Vallejo Gantner, Ruth Gordon (as "Lucy Wells"), Anthony Douglas Gregory, Marshall Hale, Bryant Hall, Thurston Hall (as "Judge"), George R. Hayes, Charles Henderson, Harry Hermsen, Fred Herrick, Eddie Hodge (as "Killian/Ensemble"), Lawrence M. Hurdle, William Jackson, Dean Jagger (as "Russell Evans"), Alexander Jones, John L. Kearney, Louis John Latzer, Robert J. Lawrence, William Lynn, William H. Malone, Edward Mann (as "Ensemble"), George C. Mantell, Phil S. Michaels, Fred Miller, Grace Mills, Hale Norcross (as "Luther Blakely"), William Norton, Betty Oakwood, Frederick Persson, Frank Phillips, Robert D. Phillips, Robert Porterfield, Claude Rains (as "Nathan G. Rubin"), Hugh Rennie (as "Smith/Johnny"), Bob Ross, Dorothy E. Ryan, Edward Ryan Jr., Erskine Sanford, Ralph Sanford, Cecil Scott, Joseph Scott, Joseph Smalls, Ben Smith, C. Ellsworth Smith, Al Stokes, Jack Stone, Jerome Sylvon, Ralph Theodore (as "Sheriff Wren"), Robert Thomsen, Derek Trent, Grafton Trew (as "Warner"), Allan Vaughan, Ben Vivian, Linda Watkins, Charles Wellesley, Albert West, Helen Westley (as "Mrs. Wells"), John Wheeler, Frank Wilson, Frank Woodruff (as "Blackie"), James Young (as "Guard"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1934) Stage Play: A Sleeping Clergyman. Written by James Bridie. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 8 Oct 1934- Nov 1934 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Glenn Anders (as "Charles Cameron, the first/Charles Cameron, the second"), Florence Britton (as "Lady Katherine Helliwell"), Donald Campbell (as "A Constable"), J. Colville Dunn (as "Dr. Cooper"), J. Malcolm Dunn (as "Donovan"), Gertrude Flynn (as "Cousin Minnie"), Phoebe Gilbert, Ruth Gordon (as "Harriet Marshall/Wilhelmina Cameron/Hope Cameron"), Robert Haig (as "A Medical Student"), Frank Henderson, Alice John (as "Aunt Walker"), Harry Joyner (as "Wilkinson"), A.P. Kaye (as "Sir Douglas Todd Walker"), Frank Kingdon (as "A Sleeping Clergyman"), Walter Lawrence (as "A Sergeant"), Harry Mestayer (as "Dr. Coutts"), Theodore Newton (as "John Hannah"), Malcolm Soltan, John Taylor, Ernest Thesiger (as "Dr. William Marshall"), Sheila Trent (as "A Prostitute"), Elizabeth Valentine, Charlotte Walker (as "Lady Todd Walker"), Helen Westley (as "Mrs. Elspeth Hannah"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1936) Stage: Appeared (as "Mrs. Margery Pinchwife") in "The Country Wife" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by William Wycherley [posthumous]. Directed / produced by Gilbert Miller. Henry Miller's Theatre: 1 Dec 1936-Feb 1937 (closing date unknown/89 performances). Cast: Stephen Ker Appleby (as "Mr. Dorilant"), Edith Atwater (as "Mrs. Dainty Fidget, sister of Sir Jasper"), Violet Besson (as "Old Lady Squeamish"), Roger Blankenship (as "Ensemble"), Irene Browne (as "My Lady Fidget"), Flora Campbell (as Ensemble"), George Carr (as "A Quack"), Louis Dayton (as "Parson"), Salo Douday (as "Ensemble"), Catherine Emburie (as "Ensemble"), George Graham (as "Sir Jasper Fidget"), David Gray (as "Ensemble"), Frances Greet (as "Ensemble"), Louis Hector (as "Mr. Sparkish"), Raymond Johnson (as "Boy"), William Justus (as "Ensemble"), Linda Lee (as "Ensemble"), Roger Livesey (as "Mr. Horner"), Elizabeth Malloch (as "Ensemble"), Helena Pickard (as "Mrs. Squeamish"), Anthony Quayle (as "Mr. Harcourt" Broadway debut), Warren Reid (as "Ensemble"), Lewis Sealy (as "Ensemble"), Reginald Stanborough Ensemble"), Donald Stevens (as "Ensemble"), Alice Thompson (as "Ensemble"), Helen Trenholme (as "Miss Alithea, sister of Pinchwife"), Jane Vaughn (as "Lucy, Alithea's maid"), Percy Waram (as "Mr. Pinchwife"). Produced in association with Helen Hayes. NOTE: Filmed as The Country Girl (1915).
  • (1936) Stage Play: The Country Wife. Comedy. Written by William Wycherley [posthumous]. Directed by Gilbert Miller. Henry Miller's Theatre: 1 Dec 1936- Feb 1937 (closing date unknown/89 performances). Cast: Stephen Ker Appleby (as "Mr. Dorilant"), Edith Atwater (as "Mrs. Dainty Fidget, sister of Sir Jasper"), Violet Besson (as "Old Lady Squeamish"), Roger Blankenship (as "Ensemble"), Irene Browne (as "My Lady Fidget"), Flora Campbell (as "Ensemble"), George Carr (as "A Quack"), Louis Dayton (as "Parson"), Salo Douday (as "Ensemble"), Catherine Emburie (as "Ensemble"), Ruth Gordon (as "Mrs. Margery Pinchwife"), George Graham (as "Sir Jasper Fidget"), David Gray (as "Ensemble"), Frances Greet (as "Ensemble"), Louis Hector (as "Mr. Sparkish"), Raymond Johnson (as "Boy"), William Justus (as "Ensemble"), Linda Lee (as "Ensemble"), Roger Livesey (as "Mr. Horner"), Elizabeth Malloch (as "Ensemble"), Helena Pickard (as "Mrs. Squeamish"), Anthony Quayle (as "Mr. Harcourt" Broadway debut), Warren Reid (as "Ensemble"), Lewis Sealy (as "Ensemble"), Reginald Stanborough (as "Ensemble"), Donald Stevens (as "Ensemble"), Alice Thompson (as "Ensemble"), Helen Trenholme (as "Miss Alithea, sister of Pinchwife"), Jane Vaughn (as "Lucy, Alithea's maid"), Percy Waram (as "Mr. Pinchwife"). Produced by Gilbert Miller. Produced in association with Helen Hayes. Note: Filmed as The Country Girl (1915).
  • (1937) Stage Play: A Doll's House. Drama (revival). Written by Henrik Ibsen. Book adapted by Thornton Wilder. Directed by Jed Harris. Morosco Theatre: 27 Dec 1937- May 1938 (closing date unknown/144 performances). Cast: Ruth Gordon (as "Nora Helmer"), Sam Jaffe (as "Nils Krogstad"), Harold Johnsrud, Dennis King, Paul Lukas (as "Dr. Rank") [Broadway debut], Lorna Lynn Meyers, Grace Mills, Jessica Rogers, Howard Sherman, Margaret Waller. Produced by Jed Harris.
  • (1942) Stage Play: The Strings, My Lord, Are False. Drama. Written by Paul Vincent Carroll. Directed by Elia Kazan. Royale Theatre: 19 May 1942- 30 May 1942 (15 performances). Cast: Frances Bavier (as "Sarah"), Philip Bourneuf (as "Jerry Hoare"), Ralph Cullinan (as "Alec"), Constance Dowling (as "Maisie Gillespie "), Reynolds Evans (as "Monsignor Skinner"), Ruth Gordon (as "Iris Ryan"), Margot Grahame (as "Sadie O'Neill"), Walter Hampden (as "Canon Courtenay"), Hurd Hatfield (as "Religious Man"), Colin Keith-Johnston, Will Lee (as "Louis Liebens"), Sherman MacGregor, Alice MacKenzie, John McKee, Anna Minot, Gordon Nelson, Hale Norcross (as "Provost Grahamson"), Joan H. Shepard, Art Smith, Tom Tully (as "Councilor McPearkie"), Ruth Vivian (as "Ma Morrisey"), Anna Minot Warren (as "R.P. Messenger"). Produced by Edward Choate. Produced in association with Alexander Kirkland and John R. Sheppard Jr.
  • (1942) Stage Play: The Three Sisters. Drama (revival). Written by Anton Chekhov. Translated by Alexander Koirensky and Guthrie McClintic (also director). Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 21 Dec 1942- 3 Apr 1943 (123 performances). Cast: Judith Anderson (as "Olga, Andrei's sister"), Stanley Bell, Alice Belmore (as "Nurse"), Patricia Calvert, Arthur Chatterton, Katharine Cornell (as "Masha, Andrei's sister"), Walter Craig, Kirk Douglas (as "An Orderly"), Eric Dressler (as "Andrei Prozorov"), Ruth Gordon (as "Natalya Ivanovna, Andrei's fiancée/wife"), Edmund Gwenn (as "Chebutykin Army doctor"), Dennis King, Alexander Knox (as "Baron Tuzenbach, Lieutenant"), Tom McDermott, McKay Morris, Gertrude Musgrove, Marie Paxton, Tom Powers. Produced by Katharine Cornell.
  • (1946) Stage: Wrote "Years Ago", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager. Directed by Garson Kanin. Mansfield Theatre: 3 Dec 1946-31 May 1947 (206 performances). Cast: Seth Arnold (as "Mr. Sparrow, a man who owned a wagon"), Jennifer Bunker (as "Anna Witham, My Next Best Friend"), Judith Cargill (as "Miss Glavin, from out to Brookline"), A Cat (as "Punk, Our Cat"), Florence Eldridge (as "Annie Jones, My Mother"), Pat Kirkland (as "Ruth Gordon Jones, Me"), Bethel Leslie (as "Katherine Follett, My Best Friend"), Fredric March (as "Clinton Jones, My Father"), Frederick Persson (as "Mr. Bagley, from the Y.M.C.A."), Richard Simon (as "Fred Whitmarsh, a Beau"). Produced by Max Gordon.
  • (1946) Stage Play: Years Ago. Comedy. Written by Ruth Gordon. Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager. Directed by Garson Kanin. Mansfield Theatre: 3 Dec 1946- 31 May 1947 (206 performances). Cast: Seth Arnold (as "Mr. Sparrow, a man who owned a wagon"), Jennifer Bunker (as "Anna Witham, My Next Best Friend"), Judith Cargill (as "Miss Glavin, from out to Brookline"), A Cat (as "Punk, Our Cat"), Florence Eldridge (as "Annie Jones, My Mother"), Pat Kirkland (as "Ruth Gordon Jones, Me"), Bethel Leslie (as "Katherine Follett, My Best Friend"), Fredric March (as "Clinton Jones, My Father"), Frederick Persson (as "Mr. Bagley, from the Y.M.C.A."), Richard Simon (as "Fred Whitmarsh, a Beau"). Produced by Max Gordon.
  • (1948) Stage: Wrote / appeared (as "Gay") in "The Leading Lady". produced on Broadway. Directed by Garson Kanin. National Theatre: 18 Oct 1948-23 Oct 1948 (8 performances). Cast: Wesley Addy, Margaret Barker, Delma Byron, Ossie Davis, Elizabeth Dewing, Mildred Dunnock, Ethel Griffies, Ian Keith, William J. Kelly, James MacColl, Laura Pierpont, Emory Richardson, Harry Sheppard, Sonia Sorrel, Guy Spaull, Margot Stevenson, Douglas Watson, Harry Worth (as "Lester"). Produced by Victor Samrock and William Fields.
  • (1948) Stage Play: The Leading Lady. Directed by Garson Kanin. National Theatre: 18 Oct 1948- 23 Oct 1948 (8 performances). Cast: Wesley Addy (as "Harry"), Margaret Barker (as "Annie"), Delma Byron (as "Clarissa"), Ossie Davis (as "Trem"), Elizabeth Dewing, Mildred Dunnock, Ruth Gordon (as "Gay"), Ethel Griffies, Ian Keith, William J. Kelly (as "Old carter"), James MacColl (as "Clyde"), Laura Pierpont, Emory Richardson (as "Everett"), Harry Sheppard, Sonia Sorrel (as "Ida"), Guy Spaull, Margot Stevenson, Douglas Watson (as "Eugene"), Harry Worth (as "Lester"). Produced by Victor Samrock and William Fields.
  • (1949) Stage Play: The Smile of the World. Written and directed by Garson Kanin. Scenic Design and Lighting design by Donald Oenslager. Costume Design by Forrest Thayer and Mainbocher. Lyceum Theatre: 12 Jan 1949- 15 Jan 1949 (5 performances). Cast: Ossie Davis (as "Stewart"), Ruby Dee (as "Evelyn"), Elizabeth Dewing (as "Mrs. Boros"), Ruth Gordon (as "Sarah Boulting"), Sam Jackson (as "Petey"), Otto Kruger (as "Justice Reuben Boulting") [final Broadway role], Boris Marshalov (as "Josef Boros"), Laura Pierpont (as "Alice Widmayer"), Warren Stevens (as "Sam Fenn"). Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Sidney Howard).
  • (1955) Stage Play: The Matchmaker. Comedy. Written by Thornton Wilder. Based on "Einen Jux Will Sich Machen" by Johann Nestroy. Nestroy's play based on "A Day Well Spent" by John Oxenford. Scenic Design and Costume Design by Tanya Moiseiwitsch. Production Supervised by David Merrick. Directed by Tyrone Guthrie. Royale Theatre (moved to The Booth Theatre from 12 Nov 1956- close): 5 Dec 1955- 2 Feb 1957 (486 performances). Cast: Ruth Gordon (as "Mrs. Dolly Gallagher Levi"), Eileen Herlie, Loring Smith (as "Horace Vandergelder, a Merchant of Yonkers"), Peter Bayliss, Esme Church, Rosamund Greenwood, Arthur Hill (as "Cornelius Hackl, Clerk in Vandergelder's Store"), Patrick McAlinney, Alexander Davion, Charity Grace, William Lanteau (as "Rudolf/Waiter"), Phil Leeds (as "Joe Scanlon, a Barber/A Musician"), John Milligan, Robert Morse (as "Barnaby Tucker, Apprentice in Vandergelder's Store"), Prunella Scales, Christine Thomas. Produced by The Theatre Guild and David Merrick. Note: (1) Reworked from 1938's "The Merchant of Yonkers." (2) Filmed as Hello, Dolly! (1969).
  • (1960) Stage: Appeared (as "Marie-Paule I") in "The Good Soup" on Broadway. Written by 'Félicien Marceau' (qv. Material adapted by Garson Kanin. Based on the original Paris production by André Barsacq. Directed by Garson Kanin and André Barsacq. Plymouth Theatre: 2 Mar 1960-19 Mar 1960 (21 performances). Cast: Lou Antonio, Bill Becker, Hilda Brawner, Diane Cilento, Pat Harrington Sr. (as "The Barman" / "The Second Tough"), George S. Irving (as "The Doorman" / Monsieur Alphonse" / "Raymond" / "The Tough" / "The Other Man"), Sam Levene(as "Odilon"), Nicola Lubitsch, Barbara Lou Mattes, Jules Munshin (as "The Croupier"), John Myhers, Mildred Natwick (as "Marie-Paule's Mother" / "Angele" / "Armand's Mother"), Charles Robinson, Morgan Sterne, Ernest Truex (as "Monsieur Gaston" / "Joseph"), Sasha Von Scherler, Dorothy Whitney. Produced by David Merrick.
  • (1965) Stage Play: A Very Rich Woman. Written by Ruth Gordon. Based on the play by Philippe Hériat. Associate Director: David Pardoll. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Stage Manager: Dick Van Patten. Directed by Garson Kanin. Belasco Theatre: 30 Sep 1965- 23 Oct 1965 (28 performances + 12 performances). Cast: Ruth Gordon (as "Mrs. Lord"), Ethel Griffies (as "Mae"), Katharine Houghton (as "Pearl"), Madge Kennedy (as "Mrs. Minot"), Diana Muldaur (as "Miss Moran"), Heidi Murray (as "Dalphne Bailey"), Carrie Nye (as "Ursula Bailey"), Larry Oliver (as "Johnny"), Jon Richards (as "Dennis"), Jack Ryland (as "Alex Rovenesco"), Stefan Schnabel (as "The Supervisor"), Ernest Truex (as "Oliver Sears"), Peter Turgeon (as "Linus Bailey III"), Raymond Walburn (as "Patrick") [final Broadway role], Joan Wetmore (as "Edith Shaw"). Standby: Sylvia Field (as "Mrs. Lord"). Understudies: Katharine Houghton, Eileen Letchworth, Larry Oliver, Jon Richards and Dick Van Patten. Produced by Garson Kanin. Associate Producer: Al Goldin.
  • (1965) Stage Play: A Very Rich Woman. Written by Ruth Gordon. Based on the play by Philippe Hériat. Associate Director: David Pardoll. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Stage Manager: Dick Van Patten. Directed by Garson Kanin. Belasco Theatre: 30 Sep 1965- 23 Oct 1965 (28 performances + 12 performances). Cast: Ruth Gordon (as "Mrs. Lord"), Ethel Griffies (as "Mae"), Katharine Houghton (as "Pearl"), Madge Kennedy (as "Mrs. Minot"), Diana Muldaur (as "Miss Moran"), Heidi Murray (as "Dalphne Bailey"), Carrie Nye (as "Ursula Bailey"), Larry Oliver (as "Johnny"), Jon Richards (as "Dennis"), Jack Ryland (as "Alex Rovenesco"), Stefan Schnabel (as "The Supervisor"), Ernest Truex (as "Oliver Sears"), Peter Turgeon (as "Linus Bailey III"), Raymond Walburn (as "Patrick") [final Broadway role], Joan Wetmore (as "Edith Shaw"). Standby: Sylvia Field (as "Mrs. Lord"). Understudies: Katharine Houghton, Eileen Letchworth, Larry Oliver, Jon Richards and Dick Van Patten. Produced by Garson Kanin. Associate Producer: Al Goldin.
  • (1974) Stage Play: Dreyfus in Rehearsal. Comedy.
  • (1974) Stage Play: Dreyfus in Rehearsal. Comedy. Written by Jean-Claude Grumberg. Book adapted by Garson Kanin. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Directed by Garson Kanin. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 17 Oct 1974- 26 Oct 1974 (12 performances + 3 previews that began 15 Oct 1974). Cast: Allan Arbus (as "Morris") [only Broadway role], Harry Davis, Tovah Feldshuh, Ruth Gordon (as "Zina"), Anthony Holland, Peter Kastner, Sam Levene (as "Arnold"), Michael Pendrey, Avery Schreiber (as "Mendl"), Rex Williams (as "Bronislaw") [final Broadway role]. Understudy: May Muth (as "Zina") [final Broadway role]. Produced by David Merrick. Associate Producer: Jack Schissel.
  • (1936-37) Stage: Appeared in William Wycherley's play, "The Country Wife", at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England, with Edith Evans, Michael Redgrave, Alec Clunes, Ernest Thesiger and Ursula Jeans in the cast. Tyrone Guthrie was the director.
  • (1954-55) Stage: Appeared in Thornton Wilder's play, "The Matchmaker", at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with Sam Levene, Prunella Scales, Alec McCowen, Eileen Herlie, Peter Sallis, Lee Montague, Arthur Hill, Patrick McAlinney and Esme Church in the cast. Tyrone Guthrie was the director.
  • (1982) Novel: "Shady Lady." Arbor House Pub. Co., ISBN-10: 0877953643 ISBN-13: 978-0877953647.
  • (1927) Stage Play: Lovely Lady. Musical comedy. Music by Dave Stamper and Harold A. Levey. Book by Gladys Unger and Cyrus Wood. Lyrics by Cyrus Wood. Musical Director: Harold A. Levey. Based on a play by Andre Birabeau. Featuring songs with lyrics by Harry A. Steinberg and Eddie Ward. Choreographed by Dave Bennett and Chester Hale. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Sam H. Harris Theatre: 29 Dec 1927- 19 May 1928 (164 performances). Cast: Lenore Allen (as "Chorus"), Louise Barrett (as "Desiree"), Eloise Bennett (as "Parthenia"), Hal Bird (as "Chorus"), Margaret Bragaw (as "Chorus"), Cleo Brown (as "Chorus"), Grace Carroll (as "Chorus"), Pat Carroll (as "Chorus"), Erma Chase (as "Chorus"), Ann Cluin (as "Chorus"), Jack Coleman (as "Chorus"), Miriam Crosby (as "Claudette"), Elizabeth Darling (as "Chorus"), Regina Daw (as "Chorus"), Franklin J. Dix (as "A Decoy/Chorus"), Peggy Driscoll (as "Chorus"), Mary Dunckley (as "Toe Dancer/Marcelle"), Jules Epailly (as "Francois"), Clara Fay (as "Chorus"), Evelyn French (as "Chorus"), Ann Gilbert (as "Chorus"), Ruth Gordon (as "Celeste"), Greta Granda (as "Chorus"), Frank Greene (as "Lord Islington"), Grace Grey (as "Chorus"), Agnes Hall (as "Chorus"), Hazel Harris (as "Lisette"), Mary Hiscox (as "Chorus"), William Holden (as "Monsieur Watteau") [final Broadway role], Louise Hunt (as "Chorus"), Irene Isham (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Jarrett (as "Yvonne"), Dottie Jolson (as "Chorus"), Mattie Kay (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Keith (as "Chorus"), Mildred Kelly (as "Chorus"), Dick Kennedy (as "Waiter/Chorus"), Jeane Kroll (as "Chorus"), Edna Leedom (as "Folly Watteau"), Helen Liste (as "Chorus"), Margaret Liste (as "Yvette"), Alice Lorraine (as "Chorus"), Eve Lynn (as "Chorus"), Maryan Lynn (as "A Decoy/Chorus"), Dorothy Maurice (as "Chorus"), Nadya Miller (as "Chorus"), Alice Monroe (as "Chorus"), Etta Moore (as "Chorus"), Sydna Morgan (as "Chorus"), Joanna Parker (as "Chorus"), Doris Patston (as "Aline Beaumont"), Pavla Pavlick (as "Chorus"), Billie Perry (as "Chorus"), Marion Phillips (as "Chorus"), Wesley Pierce (as "Max"), Fred Reynolds (as "Chorus"), Guy Robertson (as "Paul De Morlaix"), Adrian Rosely (as "Jacques"), Mae Russel (as "Page/Chorus"), Catherine Ryder (as "Chorus"), Mary Elizabeth Ryder (as "Chorus"), Evelyn Schiela (as "Chorus"), Jack Sheehan (as "Louis Farrell"), Barton Smith (as "Chorus"), Ralph Stark (as "Chorus"), Steward Steppler (as "Chorus"), Anthony Sterling (as "Gendarme/Chorus"), Mildred Tolle (as "Chorus"), Peaches Tortoni (as "Chorus"), Gertrude Westling (as "Chorus"), John Wolf (as "Chorus"), Ted Wrynn (as "Chorus"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1932) She acted in Paul Frank's play, "A Church Mouse," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Earle Larrimore in the cast.
  • (1932) She acted in William Cotton's play, "The Bride the Sun Shines On," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Earle Larrimore in the cast.
  • (1976) She acted in the play, "Ho! Ho! Ho!," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Joey Faye in the cast.
  • (1935) She acted in Maxwell Anderson's play, "Saturday's Children," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts.
  • (December 5, 1937) She played Nora Helmer in Thornton Wilder's adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's play, "A Doll's House," at The Grand Opera House in Chicago, Illinois with Dennis King, Paul Lukas, and Sam Jaffe in the cast.
  • (1947) Her play, "Over Twenty-One," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Constance Bennett and Edmon Ryan in the cast.
  • (November 27, 1927) She acted in Maxwell Anderson's play, "Saturday's Children," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Humphrey Bogart in the cast.
  • (May 3, 1943) She acted in Anton Chekhov's play, "The Three Sisters," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Judith Anderson, Katharine Cornell, Dennis King, Alexander Knox, and Edmund Gwynn in the cast.
  • (November 20, 1944) She acted in her play, "Over Twenty-One," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.
  • (May 27, 1957) She acted in Thornton Wilder's play, "The Matchmaker," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.
  • (July 1936) She acted in Maxwell Anderson's play, "Saturday's Children," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine.
  • (June 23, 1947) Her play, "Years Ago," was performed at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Daisy Atherton and Francis Compton in the cast.
  • (February 20 to March 10, 1946) Her play, "Over Twenty One," was performed at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. George Phelps was director.
  • (November 26 to December 14, 1947) Her play, "Years Ago," was performed at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. George Phelps was director.
  • (Summer 1948) Her play, "Years Ago," was performed in a Kenley Players production in Deer Lake, Pennsylvania with Nancy Carroll in the cast. John Kenley was artistic director.
  • (Summer 1950) Her play, "Over 21," was performed in a Kenley Players production in Lakewood Park Theatre in Barnesville, Pennsylvania with Eve Arden in the cast. John Kenley was artistic director.

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