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  • (1896 - 1929) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1896) Stage Play: A House of Cards. Drama.
  • (1900) Stage Play: Mistress Nell. Written by George Cochran Hazelton. (closing date unknown/104 performances). Cast: Aubrey Boucicault (as "King Charles II"), Henrietta Crosman (as "Nell Gwynn"), Adelaide Fitz-Allen (as "Duchess of Portsmouth"), Edward Fowler (as "Swallow"), Nellie Hancock (as "Moll"), William Herbert (as "Strings"), Herman Herschberg (as "Earl of Rochester"), James F. Jennings (as "Buzzard"), James A. Keene (as "James, Duke of York"), Clara Lima (as "Page"), T.J. McCarthy (as "Landlord"), Louis F. Mintz (as "Officer"), Flora Morgan (as "Lady Hamilton"), Geoffrey Stein (as "Jack (Charles) Hart"), Hallett Thompson (as "Jack (Charles) Hart"), Theodore Thompson (as "Dick"). Replacement actor: Robert Edeson (as "King Charles II"). Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures as Mistress Nell (1915), starring Mary Pickford.
  • (1900) Stage Play: Nell-Go-In. Musical/Ballet/Burlesque/Vaudeville. Music by A. Baldwin Sloane. Lyrics by George V. Hobart. Book by George V. Hobart. A burlesque on the play "Nell Gwynne" by Henrietta Crosman. Ballets arranged by Carl Marwig. New York Theatre: 31 Oct 1900- 17 Nov 1900 (25 performances). Cast: American Comedy Four (as "Vaudeville Performer"), Grafton Baker (as "Jim"), Lillie Brink (as "Ballet Dancer"), Emma Carus (as "Vaudeville Performer"), Jeanne Caskie (as "Lady Auburf Hugh"), Attalie Claire (as "Lady Hammoneggs"), Frank Doane (as "Duck of Buckwheats"), Editha (as "Ballet Dancer"), Snitz Edwards (as "Vaudeville Performer"), Miss Fanchonette (as "Ballet Dancer"), Mabel Fenton (as "Nell-Go-In"), Charles Fitz (as "First Second"), Louis Foley (as "Philip"), Mayme Gehrue (as "Vaudeville Performer"), George Fuller Golden (as "Vaudeville Performer"), Joseph Harrington (as "Shorty Hoyle"), Lew Hawkins (as "Vaudeville Performer"), Venie Henshaw (as "Moll"), J. Hoope (as "Ballet Dancer"), Ilka Kossuth (as "Vaudeville Performer"), N. Lovelace (as "Ballet Dancer"), W.H. Macart (as "Jack Knife"), John Mayon (as "Strings D'Brass"), Joseph Ott (as "King Charlie, Two Times"), Jules Perotti (as "Vaudeville Performer"), Pat Rooney (as "Feathers/Vaudeville Performer"), Joseph Sparks (as "P. Green O'Jowl"), Amelia Summerville (as "Wezzie"), The Cloinis (as "Ballet Dancer"), The Eight Mascots (as "Vaudeville Performer"), Agnes Vars (as "Ballet Dancer"). Produced by Meyer L. Sire and Henry B. Sire.
  • (1901) Stage Play: Mistress Nell [Return engagement]. Written by George Cochran Hazelton. Wallack's Theatre: 29 Apr 1901- Jun 1901 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Aubrey Boucicault (as "King Charles II"), J. Hayden Clarendon (as "Earl of Rochester"), Henrietta Crosman (as "Nell Gwynn"), Lorla Eddinger (as "Page"), Adelaide Fitz-Allen (as "Duchess of Portsmouth"), Edward Fowler (as "Swallow"), John Glendinning (as "Duke Buckingham"), Nellie Hancock (as "Moll"), William Herbert (as "Strings"), James F. Jennings (as "Buzzard"), T.J. McCarthy (as "Landlord"), Cora Merlin (as "Lady Hamilton"), Louis F. Mintz (as "Officer"), Geoffrey Stein (as "Jack (Charles) Hart"), Theodore Thompson (as "Dick"), Gray B. Towler (as "James, Duke of York"). Replacement actor: Paul Gilmore (as "King Charles II") [from 6 May 1901- ?]. Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures as Mistress Nell (1915), starring Mary Pickford.
  • (1902) Stage Play: Mistress Nell (Revival). Written by George Cochran Hazelton. Theatre Republic: ? Feb 1902- Feb 1902 (production dates unknown/24 performances). Cast: Nora Arthur, Adele Block, Henrietta Crosman, Leonie D'Armon, Edwin Fowler, Harry Gunson, Nellie Hancock, James Harrington, William Herbert, Clara Lims, F.J. McCarthy, Addison Pitt, C.C. Quinby, George Soule Spencer, Geoffrey Stein, Henry Woodruff. Produced by Henrietta Crosman. Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures as Mistress Nell (1915), starring Mary Pickford.
  • (1902) Stage Play: Joan o' the Shoals. Drama. Written by Evelyn Greenleaf Sutherland. Theatre Republic: 3 Feb 1902- Feb 1902 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Henrietta Crosman (as "Joan Seastrawn"), Jane Arthur, Nannette Comstock, Adelaide Cumming, Leonie D'Armon, Ina Hammer, Nellie Hancock, John Harrington [Broadway debut], William Herbert, Mary Lester, John Malone, F.J. McCarthy, Arthur Newcombe, Addison Pitt, C.C. Quinby, Rosa Rand, George Soule Spencer, Geoffrey Stein, Theodore Thompson, Margaret White, Henry Woodruff. Produced by Maurice Campbell.
  • (1902) Stage Play: As You Like It. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare.
  • (1902) Stage Play: The Sword of the King. Written by Ronald MacDonald. Directed by Eugene Wiley Presbrey and Henrietta Crosman. Wallack's Theatre: 6 Oct 1902- Nov 1902 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Gertrude Bennett, Henry Bergman, Frederick C. Bertrand, Sheridan Block, Aubrey Boucicault, Henrietta Crosman, Edwin Fowler, Henry Gunson, William Herbert, Barton Hill, F.J. McCarthy, Addison Pitt, Arthur Shaw, Ida Vernon. Produced by Maurice Campbell.
  • (1903) Stage Play: Sweet Kitty Bellairs. Drama. Written by David Belasco. from "The Bath Comedy" by Agnes Castle and Egerton Castle. Belasco Theatre: 9 Dec 1903- 4 Jun 1904 (206 performances). Cast: Alfred Cahill, James Carew, R. Peyton Carter, Henrietta Crosman (as "Kitty"), H. Rees Davies, J. Malcolm Dunn, Katherine Florence (as "Lady Standish"), Clyde Fogel, Charles Hammond (as "Lord Verney"), Shelly Hull, John E. Kellerd (as "Lord Standish"), Addison Pitt, Mark Smith, Edwin Stevens, Antoinette Walker, Frank H. Westerton. Produced by David Belasco. Produced by arrangement with Maurice Campbell.
  • (1905) Stage Play: Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary. Tragedy. Adapted from "Les Pattes de Mouche" by Victorien Sardou. Directed by Maurice Campbell. Garrick Theatre: 25 Dec 1905- Jan 1906 (closing date unknown/14 performances). Cast: C.A. Chandos, Henrietta Crosman, Louise Galloway, Kate Jepson [Broadway debut], John Marble, Miriam Nesbitt, Addison Pitt, Boyd Putnam, Walter Thomas, Ida Vernon, George Woodward. Produced by Maurice Campbell.
  • (1906) Stage Play: Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary/Madeline.
  • (1907) Stage Play: All-of-a-Sudden Peggy. Comedy. Written by Ernest Denny. Directed by Maurice Campbell. Bijou Theatre: 11 Feb 1907- Mar 1907 (closing date unknown/34 performances). Cast: C. A. Chandos J.R. Crauford, Henrietta Crosman (as "Peggy"), Frank Gilmore, John Marble, Jane Marbury, Kate Meeks [credited as Kate Meek], Addison Pitt, Ernest Stallard, Ann Warrington, Ida Waterman. Produced by Maurice Campbell.
  • (1907) Stage Play: The Christian Pilgrim. Music by William Furst. Written by James MacArthur [final Broadway credit]. Based on "Pilgrim's Progress" by John Bunyan. Liberty Theatre: 11 Nov 1907- Nov 1907 (closing date unknown/14 performances). Cast: Miss Adams, Minna Adelman, Henrietta Crosman (as "Christian"), Miss. Gilmore, M. Lawrence, Edward MacKay, Meiser, Miss Noble, Clara Osmond, Mr. Pearce, Addison Pitt, Tyrone Power Sr. (as "Apollyon/Beelzebub/Giant Despair/Lord Hategood"). Produced by Henry B. Harris and Maurice Campbell.
  • (1909) Stage Play: Sham. Written by Geraldine Bonner and Elmer Harris. Wallack's Theatre: 27 Mar 1909- May 1909 (closing date unknown/65 performances). Cast: Gertrude Clemens (as "Katherine Van Riper"), Henrietta Crosman, Paul Dickey, Edouard Durand, Bernice Golden, Frank E. Jamison, Jack Mahony, Amelia Mayborn, Homer Miles, Augusta B. Scott, Marguerite St. John, Charles Walcot, Ida Waterman. Produced by Maurice Campbell.
  • (1910) Stage Play: Anti-Matrimony. Written by Percy MacKaye. Garrick Theatre: 22 Sep 1910- Oct 1910 (closing date unknown/20 performances). Cast: Grace Carlyle (as "Isabelle"), Henrietta Crosman (as "Mildred"), Walter Greene (as "Rev. Elliott Grey"), Marion Holcombe, Gordon Johnstone (as "Morris").
  • (1911) Stage Play: The Real Thing. Written by Catherine Chisholm Cushing [earliest Broadway credit]. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 10 Aug 1911- Oct 1911 (closing date unknown/60 performances). Cast: Albert Brown, Henrietta Crosman, Minnie Dupree, Marion Kerby, Mac Macomber, Frank Mills, Alliene Morrison. Produced by Maurice Campbell.
  • (1913) Stage Play: The Tongues of Men. Written by Edward Childs Carpenter. Harris Theatre: 10 Nov 1913- Dec 1913 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Gladys Alexandria, Gerald Bidgood, Sheridan Block, Henrietta Crosman (as "Jane Bartlett"), Deirdre Doyle, Frank Gilmore (as "Rev. Penfield Sturgis"), Herman Granville, Benton Groce, Macy Harlam, Florence Montayne, Natalie Perry, Katherine Presbrey, Albert Reed, Frederick Truesdell. Produced by Maurice Campbell.
  • (1916) Stage Play: The Merry Wives of Windsor. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. New Amsterdam Theatre: 25 May 1916- Jun 1916 (closing date unknown/63 performances). Cast: George W. Anson Claude Beerbohm, George A. Carr, Charles Coleman, Henrietta Crosman, Edward Forbes, Sydney Greenstreet, Lyn Harding, George Hayes, Henry Herbert, Eric Maxon, Leonard Mudie, Douglas Ross, Reggie Sheffield, Alfred Shirley, Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree.
  • (1916) Stage Play: Getting Married. Comedy. Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by William Faversham. Booth Theatre: 6 Nov 1916- Feb 1917 (closing date unknown/112 performances). Cast: Herbert Belmore (as "The Beadle"), Virginia Fox Brooks (as "Edith Bridgenorth"), Charles Cherry (as "St. John Hotchkiss"), Henrietta Crosman (as "Mrs. George Collins"), Edwin Cushman (as "Oliver Cromwell Soames/Anthony"), Hugh Dillman (as "Cecil Sykes"), William Faversham (as "The Bishop"), George Fitzgerald (as "Reginald Bridgenorth"), Mrs. Edmund Gurney (as "Mrs. Bridgenorth"), Arleen Hackett (as "Leo"), Lumsden Hare (as "The General/Boxer"), John Harwood (as "William Collins"), Hilda Spong (as "Lesbia Grantham"). Produced by William Faversham.
  • (1919) Stage Play: Our Pleasant Sins. Written by Thomas W. Broadhurst. Belmont Theatre: 21 Apr 1919- May 1919 (32 performances). Cast: Henrietta Crosman, Pauline Lord, Vincent Serrano, Forrest Winant. Produced by Stewart & Morrison Inc. Note: Filmed by Superior Talking Pictures [distributed by Sono Art-World Wide Pictures] as Damaged Love (1931) [presumed lost as of Feb 2014].
  • (1923) Stage Play: Children of the Moon. Drama. Written by Martin Flavin. Comedy Theatre: 17 Aug 1923- Nov 1923 (closing date unknown/117 performances). Cast: Henrietta Crosman (as "Madame Atherton"), Paul Gordon (as "Major John Bannister"), Florence Johns (as "Jane Atherton"), Whitford Kane (as "Thomas"), Albert Perry (as "Judge Atherton"), Grant Stewart (as "Dr. Wetherell'), Beatrice Terry (as "Laura Atherton"), Harold Winston (as "Walter Higgs"). Produced by Jacob A. Weiser. Produced in association with A.L. Jones and Morris Green.
  • (1925) Stage Play: The School for Scandal. Comedy (revival). Written by Richard B. Sheridan. Knickerbocker Theatre: 6 Dec 1925 (1 performance). Cast: Romaine Callender (as "Snake"), May Collins (as "Lady Teazle"), Henrietta Crosman (as "Mrs. Candour"), Joseph Dale (as "Joseph Surface"), Jefferson De Angelis (as "Moses"), Ben Field (as "Sir Oliver Surface"), O.P. Heggie (as "Sir Peter Teazle"), Mary Hone (as "Maria"), Julia Hoyt (as "Lady Sneerwell"), Ian Hunter (as "Charles Surface"), Anthony Kemble-Cooper (as "Trip"), Arthur Lewis (as "Mr. Crabtree"), Neil Martin (as "Sir Benjamin Backbite"), Brian O'Neil, William Seymour (as "Rowley "), Harold Thomas (as "Sir Toby"), Philip Tonge (as "Careless"). Produced by George C. Tyler and Basil Dean.
  • (1926) Stage Play: The Two Orphans. Drama. Written by Adolphe d'Ennery and 'Eugene Cormon'. Translated by N. Hart Jackson. Directed by William A. Brady. Cosmopolitan Theatre: 5 Apr 1936- May 1926 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Fay Bainter (as "Louise"), Charles D. Brown, Hugh Buckler (as "Marquis De Presles"), Henrietta Crosman (as "Countess De Linieres"), Henry Cunningham, Ann Delafield, Henry E. Dixey, Marie DuChette, Carolyn Ferriday, Mrs. J. R. Hurley, Wilton Lackaye (as "Count De Linieres"), Wilton Lackaye Jr. (as "Footman"), Robert Loraine, James Morrison, Florence Nash, Mary Nash, Clement O'Loghlen, Joseph Perkins, Franklin Rich, May Robson (as "La Frochard"), José Ruben (as "Pierre Frochard"), William Seymour, Richard Stuart, Bess Tuttle, Robert Warwick (as "Jacques Frochard"), Mrs. Thomas Whiffen (as "Sister Genevieve"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert. Produced in association with William A. Brady and Dwight Wiman.
  • (1927) Stage Play: Trelawny of the "Wells". Comedy (revival). Written by Sir Arthur Wing Pinero. Directed by George C. Tyler. New Amsterdam Theatre: 31 Jan 1927- Mar 1927 (closing date unknown/56 performances). Cast: Henrietta Crosman (as "Mrs. Telfer/Miss Violet Sylvester"), Lawrence D'Orsay (as "Captain De Foenix"), Eric Dressler (as "Mr. Arthur Gower"), John Drew (as "Vice Chancellor Sir William Gower"), J.F. Foster (as "Mr. Hunston"), Helen Gahagan (as "Miss Rose Trelawny"), O.P. Heggie (as "Mr. Ablett"), Frieda Inescort (as "Clara De Foenix"), John E. Kellerd (as "Mr. Ferdinand Gadd") [final Broadway role], J.M. Kerrigan (as "O'Dwyer, the Stage Manager"), Otto Kruger (as "Mr. Augustus Colpoys"), Wilton Lackaye (as "Mr. James Telfer"), Robert Lansing (as "Hallkeeper at the Pantheon"), Pauline Lord (as "Miss Imogen Parrott"), Rollo Peters (as "Mr. Tom Wrench"), Gerald Rogers (as "Mr. Denzil/Charles"), Effie Shannon (as "Miss Trafalger Gower"), Matthew Smith Jr. (as "Mr. Mortimer"), Peggy Whiffen (as "Miss Brewster/Sarah"), Mrs. Thomas Whiffen (as "Mrs. Mossop"), Estelle Winwood (as "Miss Avonia Bunn"). Produced by George C. Tyler.
  • (1928) Stage Play: The Merry Wives of Windsor. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Harrison Grey Fiske. Knickerbocker Theatre,: 19 Mar 1928- Apr 1928 (closing date unknown/24 performances).
  • (1928) Stage Play: The Beaux Stratagem. Comedy (revival). Written by George Farquhar. Prologue by Edgar Lee Masters. Directed by Howard Lindsay. Hampden's Theatre: 4 Jun 1928- Jun 1928 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Robert I. Aitken (as "Soldier"), Fay Bainter (as "Mrs. Sullen"), David Belasco (as "Epilogue"), Thomas Chalmers (as "Soldier"), Joseph Cummings Chase (as "Soldier"), William Courtleigh (as "Gibbet"), Henrietta Crosman (as "Lady Bountiful"), Paul A. Curtis (as "Hounslow"), Harry Grant Dart (as "Traveller"), F.H. Day (as "Servant in the Inn"), Edwin T. Emery (as "Soldier"), Fred Eric (as "Archer"), George B. Fife (as "Traveller"), William Gustafson Soldier"), Ruth Hammond (as "Gipsey"), Lyn Harding (as "Sullen"), O.P. Heggie (as "Sir Charles Freeman"), Raymond Hitchcock (as "Boniface, Landlord of the Inn"), Brian Hooker (as "Traveller"), Pamela Hooker (as "Traveller"), Josephine Hull (as "Servant in the Inn"), Ernest Hunter (as "Soldier"), John C. King Soldier"), Kate Mayhew (as "A Countrywoman"), Patterson McNutt (as "Traveller"), Owen Meech (as "A Countryman"), Helen Menken (as "Dorinda"), Essie Mercedes (as "Traveller"), John Daly Murphy (as "Foigard"), Jack O'Donnell(as "Traveller"), T.C. Pakenham (as "Traveller"), Eric Pape (as "Traveller"), James T. Powers (as "Scrub"), Herbert Ranson (as "Gagshot"), Wilfrid Seagram (as "Aimwell"), James Stanley (as "Soldier"), Frederic Dorr Steele (as "Traveller"), Dorothy Stickney (as "Cherry"), Loren Stout (as "Traveller"), Thompson Sweeny (as "Traveller"), William B. Taylor (as "Soldier"), Raymond Thayer (as "Soldier"), Ray Vir Den (as "Soldier"), Judith Vosselli (as "Traveller"), Reinald Werrenrath (as "Soldier"), John Westley (as "Count Bellair"). Produced by The Players. Note: This play was first performed in New York in 1751 at the Nassau Street Theatre, making it one of the earliest productions ever mounted in the U.S. It was revived again in 1959.
  • (1928) Stage Play: Crashing Through.
  • (1929) Stage Play: Thunder in the Air. Drama.

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