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  • Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • Dancing Around (1914). Musical revue. Music by Sigmund Romberg and Harry Carroll. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Musical Director: Oscar Radin. Music orchestrated by Oscar Radin and Frank Saddler. Music arranged by Melville Ellis. Additional music by Jack Judge and Jean Gilbert. Additional lyrics by Harry Williams. Costume Design by Melville Ellis. Lighting Design by Nick Kronyack. Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman, H. Robert Law, George Williams and James Surridge. Train effect by Lincoln J. Carter and Thomas A. Morris. Choreographed by Jack Mason. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 10 Oct 1914- 13 Feb 1915 (145 performances). Cast: Fred Bates, Rita Bates, Phil Branson, Eleanor Brown, Berti Burwell, Marie Caldwell, Dorothy Cameron, Hazel Cameron, Jack Carlton, Frank Carter, Jean Crane, Cecil Cunningham, Olive Dale, Aimee Dalmores, Jeanne Dare, Harry Davis, Mae Dealy, Ethel Dennison, Harland Dixon (as "Lieutenant Tommy"), Kitty Doner, Ted Doner, James Doyle, Bert Dunlap, Doris Easton, Melville Ellis, Verne Fitzpatrick, Earle Foxe (as Lieutenant Robert' [credited as Earl Fox], Joy Gardner, Effie Graham, Bernard Granville (as "Lieutenant Hartley"), Bessie Gray, Mabel Grete, Estelle Hadden, Agnes Hall, Grace Hall, Irwin Hardy, Ruth Heil, Olga Hempstone, Caroline Hennessy, Rita Hernbrook, Katherine Hill, Mabel Hill, Natalie Holt, Howard Johnson, Katherine Johnson, Al Jolson (as "Monsieur Jean/Gus"), Ethel Kinley, Margie Kivel, Gladys Lang, Fred Leslie, Lester Lewis, Helen Lorraine, Mildred Manning, Helen Marche, Ruth Maybee, Marion McDonald, Mary McDonald, Eileen Molyneux, Marion Mooney, Dorothy Moran, Lotta Morse, Dorothy Nita, Helen O'Day, Peter O'Neill, Georgia O'Ramey, Marjorie Palmer, Catherine Perry, Lee Phelps, Mai Poth, Queene Queenen, Dorothy Quinn, Harold A. Robe, Mary Robson, Violet Rochlitz, Clint Russell, James Simpson, Gladys Smith, Raymond Smith, Alice Van Ryker, La Vina, Al Walton, Clifton Webb (as "Clarence"), Lucy Weston, Peggy Whitney, Harry Wilcox, Genevieve Wilmont, Charles Wilson. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • Come Seven (1920). Comedy. Written by Octavus Roy Cohen. Directed by Lillian Trimble Bradley. Broadhurst Theatre: 19 Jul 1920- Sep 1920 (closing date unknown/72 performances). Cast: Arthur Aylesworth (as "Urias Nesbit"), Harry A. Emerson, Earle Foxe (as "Florian Slappey"), Thomas Gunn (as "Cass Deegers"), Henry Hanlin, Gail Kane, Lucille La Verne, Carrie Lowe, Charles W. Meyer, Eleanor Montell, Susanne Willis. Produced by George Broadhurst.
  • Princess Virtue (1921). Musical comedy. Book by B.C. Hilliam and Gitz Rice. Lyrics by B.C. Hilliam and Gitz Rice. Music by B.C. Hilliam and Gitz Rice.Musical Director: Victor Baravalle. Central Theatre: 4 May 1921- 14 May 1921 (13 performances). Cast: Marie Benedict, Arden Benlain, Sally Berry, Wilma Bruce, Clara Burton, Hugh Cameron, Beth Carpenter, Elizabeth Cline, Josephine Doane, Sarah Edwards, Sylvia Elias, Jules Epailly (as "Gautier"), Opal Essent, Allen Fagan, Margaret Finley, Jean Forsythe, Earle Foxe (as "Carre") [credited as Earl A. Foxe/final Broadway credit], Harold Goulden, Frank Greene, Bessie Gross, Jessie Howe, Charles Jerome, Bradford Kirkbride, Tessa Kosta, Yvonne LaGrange, Hazel Mack, Alice Maison, Beth Meakins, Grady Miller, Alma Montefiore, LeRoy Montesanto, Frank Moulain, Anne Page, Betty Palmer, Robert G. Pitkin, Zella Rambeau, Vera Rossander, Penny Rowland, Grace Russell, Dorothy Stokes, Frances Stone, Katherine Valentine, Eleanor Wallace, Lucille Wallace. Produced by Gerald F. Bacon.

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