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  • (1895 - 1935) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1895) Stage Play: Christopher, Jr. (1895). Farce.Written by Madeleine Lucette Ryley. Empire Theatre: 7 Oct 1895- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Maude Adams, C. Leslie Allen, Herbert Ayling (as "Glibb Lewis"), Baker, Anna Belmont, A.S. 'Pop' Byron, Elsie de Wolfe (as "Mrs. Glibb") [Broadway debut], John Drew (as "Christopher Colt, Jr."), Harry Harwood (as "Christopher Colt, Sr."), Joseph Humphries (as "Job"), Frank E. Lamb (as "Whimper"). Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1896) Stage Play: Marriage. Comedy.
  • (1897) Stage Play: Never Again. Farce. Based on the French of Anthony Mars and 'Maurice Desvallieres', as translated by T.R. Birmingham. Garrick Theatre: 8 Mar 1897- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Elsie de Wolfe, Ferdinand Gottschalk, E.M. Holland, Agnes Miller, May Robson, Fritz Williams. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1897) Stage Play: A Marriage of Convenience. Comedy.
  • (1898) Stage Play: One Summer's Day. Written by H.V. Esmond. Wallack's Theatre: 14 Feb 1898- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: John Drew, Elsie de Wolfe, Isabel Irving. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1898) Stage Play: Catherine. Melodrama. Written by Henri Lavedan. Garrick Theatre: 24 Oct 1898- unknown (performances unknown). Cast: Annie Russell, Ethel Barrymore, Elsie de Wolfe, Joseph Holland, W.J. LeMoyne, Frank Worthing. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1900) Stage Play: The Surprises of Love. Comedy. Written by Paul Bilhaud and Michel Carre. Lyceum Theatre: 22 Jan 1900- Feb 1900 (closing date unknown/41 performances). Cast: Charles Bowser, Elsie de Wolfe, Wallace Erskine, Ellen Gail, Eric Hope, Helen Keating, Olive May, David McCartney, Margaret Robinson, Frank Lea Short, H. Reeves-Smith, Clayton White.
  • (1901) Stage Play: The Lash of a Whip/The Shades of Night. Lyceum Theatre: 25 Feb 1901- Apr 1901 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1901) Stage Play: The Shades of Night/On and Off. Lyceum Theatre: 1 Apr 1901- Apr 1901 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Note: Originally paired with "The Lash of a Whip" (play replaced by "On and Off" on 1 Apr 1901). Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1901) Stage Play: The Way of the World. Drama. Written by Clyde Fitch. Victoria Theatre: 4 Nov 1901- Dec 1901 (closing date unknown/35 performances). Produced by George W. Lederer.
  • (1902) Stage Play: The Way of the World. Drama. Written by Clyde Fitch. Savoy Theatre: 1 Jan 1902- Feb 1902 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Miss Blair, Clara Bloodgood, Florence Breed, Elsie de Wolfe, Frances Duff, Ethel Haven, Clara B. Hunter, Harrison Hunter, Franklyn Hurleigh, Edmond Liston, Miss Lonsdale, John L. MacKay, John Mason, Mr. Moore, Joseph Phillips, Alison Skipworth, Henry Stokes, Maud Thomas, Frederick Wallace, Mrs. Wright. Produced by Charles Frohman. Note: Although officially an original production, an earlier production has been produced on Broadway by producer George W. Lederer the previous month at The Victoria Theatre.
  • (1903) Stage Play: Cynthia. Comedy. Written by Hubert Henry Davies. Directed by Max Freeman. Hoyt's Theatre: 16 Mar 1903- Apr 1903 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Charles Cherry, Laura Clement, Arnold Daly, Elsie de Wolfe (as "Cynthia"), Max Freeman, Charles Herz, G. Harrison Hunter, Fletcher Norton, Kate Pattison Selton, Clarita Vidal. Produced by Nathaniel Roth.
  • (1903) Stage Play: The Other Girl. Comedy. Written by Augustus E. Thomas. Criterion Theatre (moved to the Empire on 25 Jan 1904- unknown; then moved to the Lyceum Theatre from 5 May 1904 to close): 29 Dec 1903- May 1904 (closing date unknown/160 performances). Cast: Lionel Barrymore (as "Mr. Sheldon"), Richard Bennett, Frank Burbeck, Drina DeWolfe (as "Catherine Fulton"), Elsie de Wolfe (as "Estelle Kitteridge"), Ralph Delmore (as "Henry Waterman"), Maggie Fielding (as "Ann"), Lou Middleton (as "Myrtle Morrison"), R.R. Neill (as "James"), Selena Fetter Royle [mother of famed actress Selena Royle] (as "Mrs. Waterman"), Ida Greeley Smith (as "Maggie"), Joseph Wheelock Jr., Joseph Whiting, Frank Worthing (as "Dr. Clifton Bradford"). Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1904) Stage Play: A Wife Without a Smile. Comedy/satire. Written by Arthur Wing Pinero. Criterion Theatre: 19 Dec 1904- Jan 1905 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Frank Atherley, J.H. Barnes, Elsie de Wolfe, Louis R. Grisel, Margaret Illington, Ernest Lawford, Esther Tittell, Flossie Wilkinson, Frank Worthing. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1908) Stage Play: The Prima Donna. Musical comedy/opera. Music by Victor Herbert. Libretto by Henry Martyn Blossom. Orchestra under the direction of John Lund. Dresses by Mlle. Elsie de Wolfe. Directed by Fred G. Latham. Knickerbocker Theatre: 30 Nov 1908- 30 Jan 1909 (72 performances). Cast: St. Clair Bayfield (as "Colonel Dutois"), W.J. Ferguson (as "Monsieur Beaurivage, Athenee's father"), Donald Hall (as "Lieutenant Fernand Drouillard"), William Harcourt (as "Captain Bordenave"), Martin Haydon (as "Lieutenant Gaston de Randal"), Ruth Holt Boucicault (as "The Duchess of Montrose"), Blanche Morrison (as "Countess Helene"), William Raymond (as "Lieutenant Armand, Count de Fontenne") [Broadway debut], Fritzi Scheff (as "Mlle. Athenee, prima donna of the Opera Comique, Paris"), James E. Sullivan (as "Herr Max Gundelfinger, known as "Pop"), Herbert Ayling (as "Baron de Pompal"), Marie Barry (as "Ensemble"), Josephine Bartlett (as "Mother Justine, proprietress of the cafe"), Phil Branson (as "Signor Giuseppe Ciucicini"), Peter Canova (as "Second waiter"), Robert E. Clark (as "Lieutenant Eugene de Beaumont"), Ada Cooke (as "Ensemble"), Armand Cortes (as "First waiter"), Ailsa Craig (as "Ensemble"), Grace Crowley (as "Ensemble"), Beatrice Cummings (as "Ensemble"), Grace Delmar (as "Mlle. Mathilde, cafe chanteuse"), Albert A. Dennay (as "Metropolitan Octette/Ensemble"), Gertrude Doremus (as "Mignon, Cafe-concert girl"), Gertrude Douglas (as "Ensemble"), J.S. Duffus (as "Ensemble"), Renee Dyris (as "Mlle. Desiree, Cafe Chanteuse"), Clara Faye (as "Ensemble"), Florence Fisk (as "Metropolitan Octette/Ensemble"), Luivine Frankel (as "Ensemble"), Marie Franklin (as "Ensemble"), Josephine Gibbons (as "Ensemble"), Sidney Glass (as "Ensemble"), I. Goldman (as "Ensemble"), P. Hahn (as "Ensemble"), Evelyn Hall (as "Ensemble"), Muriel Harmon (as "Ensemble"), Margaret Harrison (as "Metropolitan Octette/Ensemble"), Leonard Hartley (as "Ensemble"), Genevieve Hawes (as "Ensemble"), Virgil Holmes (as "Metropolitan Octette/Ensemble"), Evelyn Jackson (as "Metropolitan Octette/Ensemble"), Fred Killeen (as "Metropolitan Octette/Ensemble"), La Noveta (as "The Dancer"), Katherine Leslie (as "Ensemble"), Margaret MacKenzie (as "Metropolitan Octette/Ensemble"), George W. MacNamara (as "Lieutenant Prosper Rousseau"), Eleanor Mansfield (as "Ensemble"), Marguerite May (as "Bebe/Cafe-concert girl"), Evelyn Mitchell (as "Ensemble"), Dottie Moyer (as "Ensemble"), Irene Moyer (as "Ensemble"), W.H. Mytinger (as "Ensemble"), Anna Pelham (as "Ensemble"), Alma Picard (as "Ensemble"), Lillian Randolph (as "Ensemble"), Virginia Reed (as "Clairette, Cafe-concert girl"), Vivian Rose (as "Ensemble"), Margaret Ross (as "Celeste, Cafe-concert girl"), H. Russell (as "Ensemble"), Harry Semels (as "Ensemble"), Vina Snyder (as "Ensemble"), Olive Stanley (as "Ensemble"), Katherine Stewart (as "Marquise du Perrifonds"), Emma Tritcheler (as "Ensemble"), Gwendolyn Valentine (as "Margot"), F. Von Gottfried (as "Ensemble"), Herman Walters (as "Ensemble"), Walter White (as "Metropolitan Octette/Ensemble"). Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.
  • (1909) Stage Play: The Fair Co-ed. Musical comedy. Music by Gustave Luders. Book by George Ade. Lyrics by George Ade. Orchestra under the direction of Robert Hood Bowers. Directed by Fred G. Latham. Knickerbocker Theatre (moved to The Criterion Theatre from 26 Apr 1909- close): 1 Feb 1909- 29 May 1909 (136 performances). Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.
  • (1909) Stage Play: The Candy Shop. Book by George V. Hobart. Music by John L. Golden. Lyrics by John L. Golden. Musical Director: William E. MacQuinn. Costume Design by Elsie de Wolfe. Directed by Fred G. Latham. Knickerbocker Theatre: 27 Apr 1909- 12 Jun 1909 (49 performances). Cast: Ida Adams (as "Miss Glick/Chorus"), Charles Angelo (as "John Sweet"), Esther Brunette (as "Miss Meddle/Chorus"), Louise Dresser (as "Gregory"), Eva Francis (as "Genevieve"), Maude Fulton (as "Hilda Noble"), Leslie Gaze (as "Jack Sweet"), Kinzie Higgins (as "Rufus"), Frank Lalor (as "Saul Wright"), Edmund Lawrence (as "Mr. Squills"), Bliss Milford (as "Sally Ann"), Florence Morrison (as "Mrs. Bashfield"), Lillian Rice (as "Settle"), William Rock (as "Gilbert Grand"), Angie Weimer (as "Sue"), Malcolm Williams (as "Ned Johnson"), Annie Yeamans (as "Mrs. Montrose Quilligan"). Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.

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