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  • (1924) Stage: Appeared (as "Farmhand"; Broadway debut) in "They Knew What They Wanted" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Sidney Howard. Garrick Theatre: 24 Nov 1924-Oct 1925 (closing date unknown/192 performances). Cast: Glenn Anders (as "Joe"), Allen Atwell (as "Ah Gee"), Richard Bennett, Peggy Conway, Robert Cook, Cosette Faustine, Helen Fowble, Dorothy Greene, Edward Hogan, Frances Hyde, Charles Kennedy (as "Father McKee"), Pauline Lord, Peter Marsters, Sanford Meisner, Eleanor Mish, Hardwick Nevin, Catherine Scherman, Thomas Scherman, Arthur Sircom (as "Farm Hand"), Charles Tazewell, Audrey Thal, Ernest Thompson, Jacob Zollinger. Produced by The Theatre Guild. NOTE: Filmed as They Knew What They Wanted (1940), A Lady to Love (1930), The Secret Hour (1928).
  • (1925) Stage: Appeared (as "Soldier" / "Miner") in "Processional" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by John Howard Lawson. Garrick Theatre: 12 Jan 1925-Mar 1925 (closing date unknown/90 performances). Cast: George Abbott (as "Dynamite Jim"), Patricia Barclay (as "Old Maggie"), E.F. Bliss (as "Gore"), William P. Canfield (as "Man in Silk Hat"), Samuel Chinitz (as "Third Soldier"), Redfield Clarke (as "The Sheriff"), Robert Collyer (as "Slop"), Carl Eckstrom (as "MacCarthy"), Blanche Friderici (as "Mrs. Euphemia Stewart Flimmins"), Ben Grauer (as "Boob Elkins"), Charles Halton (as "Jake Psinkski"), William T. Hayes (credited as William T. Hays; as "Pop Pratt"), Stanley Lindahl (as "Smith" / "Second Soldier"), Philip Loeb (as "Isaac Cohen"), Donald MacDonald (as "Philpotts"), Samuel L. Manning (as "Rastus"), Sanford Meisner (as "Soldier" / "Miner"), Roy Regua (as "Soldier" / "Miner"), Arthur Sircom (as "Soldier" / "Miner"), Lee Strasberg (as "First Soldier"; Broadway debut), Ernest Thompson (as "Soldier" / "Miner"), Harvey Tievs (as "Soldier" / "Miner"), June Walker (as "Sadie Cohen"), Alan Ward (as "Bill"). Replacement actors during run: Edward Pawley (as "Dynamite Jim"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1925) Stage: Appeared (final Broadway role) in "Garrick Gaieties" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Musical Staging by Herbert Fields. Directed by Philip Loeb (also in cast). Garrick Theatre: 8 Jun 1925-28 Nov 1926 (211 performances). Cast: Sally Bates, Romney Brent, Dorothea Chard, June Cochrane, Harold Conklin, Peggy Conway, Henry Geiger, Hildegarde Halliday, Carolyn Hancock, Edward Hogan, Sterling Holloway, Libby Holman, Frances Hyde, Felix Jacoves, House Jameson, Paul Jones, Starr West Jones, Stanley Lindahl, Mary Marsh, John McGovern, Edith Meiser, Sanford Meisner, James Norris, Jack Quigley, Louis Richardson, Rose Rolanda, Eleanor Shaler, Betty Starbuck, Lee Strasberg, Willard Tobias, Barbara Wilson. Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1934) Translated "In Sight of Eden" by Roger Vercel for American publication.
  • (1932) Translated "Batoula" by Rene Maran for American publication.
  • (1931) Translated "Torture Garden" by Octave Mirbeau for American publication.
  • (1930) Translated "Mlle. de Maupin" by Théophile Gautier for American publication.
  • (1930) Translated "Alias Bluebead" by Emile Gabory for American publication.
  • (1926) Translated "Songs of Bilitis" by Pierre Louÿs for American publication.
  • (1952) Book (ed.): "The Heart of Spain".
  • (2002) Book (w'Dan Bessie'): "Alvah Bessie's Spanish Civil War Notebooks".
  • (1957) Novel: "The Un-Americans".
  • (1935) Novel (debut): "Dwell in the Wilderness". NOTE: Won Guggenheim Fellowship.
  • (1932) Novel: "Bread and Stone".
  • (1965) Book: "Inquisition in Eden".
  • (1936) Short story: "A Personal Story" (appeared in Scribner's Magazine). NOTE: Won the O. Henry Award.

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