Appeared (as "Connie Ryan") in "Here Come the Clowns" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Philip Barry
. Scenic Design by John Koenig. Stage Manager: James Hagan
. Lighting Design by Feder. Directed by Robert Milton
. Booth Theatre: 7 Dec 1938-Feb 1939 (closing date unknown/88 performances). Cast: Hortense Alden
(as "Gert Marble"), ...
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Well, I've just about decided to try once more turning a cold shoulder to tears, before I give myself up and become typically American for all time. I don't want to be a pal. I don't want to be a sort of female George M. Cohan. I want to get me a long jade green cigarette holder, drooping eyelids, and drooling earrings and a personality to match.
On the New York stage she appeared in 'Daisy Mayme' (1926), 'Our Betters' (1928), 'Philip Goes Forth' (1931), 'Here Come the Clowns' (1938) and 'The Patriots' (1943); all of which were written by her husband.