- Active on Broadway in the following productions:
- The Love Route (1906). Melodrama. Written by Edward Peple. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Lincoln Square Theatre: 30 Oct 1906- Dec 1906 (closing date unknown/47 performances). Cast: Herbert Ayling, Elmer Booth, Sumner Gard, F.G. Hearn, J. Lanol, R.B. Mitchell, Guy Standing (as "John Ashby"), Odette Tyler, George Woodward. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
- The Boys of Company "B" (1907). Comedy.
- The Cub (1910). Comedy.
- A Gentleman of Leisure (1911). Comedy. Written by John Stapleton and P.G. Wodehouse. Playhouse Theatre (moved to The Globe Theatre from 13 Sep 1911- unknown, then moved to The Herald Square Theatre from 16 Oct 1911- close): 24 Aug 1911- unknown (76 performances). Cast: Elmer Booth, Francis Carlyle, Ruth Chester, Bert Daube, Laurence Dwight, Douglas Fairbanks, George Fawcett (as "Big Phil Creedon"), Edmund Forde, Lindsay J. Hall, Harry K. Jones, Frank Kendrick, Leon Kendrick, Arthur Laceby, Mona Morgan, Roland Rushton, Ruth Shepley (as "Mollie Creedon"), Ida Van Tine. Produced by William A. Brady.
- Forty-five Minutes from Broadway (1912). (revival)
- Sylvia Runs Away (1914). Written by Robert Housum. Playhouse Theatre: 20 Aug 1914- Aug 1914 (closing date unknown/14 performances). Cast: Elmer Booth [final Broadway role], Alice Brady, Albert Brown, Charles Homer, Edward Langford, Charles Lothian, Sidney Macey, Tom McMahon, Albert Moore, Geraldine O'Brien, Ned Sparks. Produced by William A. Brady.