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  • (1899 - 1930) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1899) Stage Play: A Reign of Error. Musical/vaudeville. Libretto by John J. McNally. Music by Maurice Levi. Directed by Ben Teal. Victoria Theatre: 2 Mar 1899- 10 Jun 1899 (102 performances). Cast: La Petite Adelaide, Georgia Caine, Adah Baker Lewis [credited as Ada Lewis] (Broadway debut), George F. Marion [Broadway debut], J. Parr, Maude Raymond, Gus Rogers, Max Rogers, Edith St. Clair. Produced by Klaw & Erlanger.
  • (1899) Stage Play: Papa's Wife. Musical comedy. Music by Reginald De Koven. Based on two French vaudevilles by Maurice Hennequin and Albert Millaud. Lyrics by Reginald De Koven and Harry B. Smith. Book by Harry B. Smith. Musical Director: Herman Perlet. Additional music by William H. Penn, A. Baldwin Sloane and Herve. Additional lyrics by Frank Sloane, James O'Dea and Glen MacDonough. Costume Design by Will R. Barnes. Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge and Richard Marston. Manhattan Theatre: 13 Nov 1899- 31 Mar 1900 (147 performances). Cast: Marie Allen, Ann Archer, Anita Austin, Henry Bergman (as "Baron Florestand de la Boucaniere"), Charles A. Bigelow, Vivian Blackburn, Gladys Claire, Dan Collyer, Beulah Coolidge, Royal Cutter, Eva Davenport, Valerie Douglas, Agnes Findlay, William Gillow, Anna Held (as "Anna"), May Levigne, Emma Levy, George F. Marion (as "Major Bombardos"), Adelaide Orton, Sallie Randall, Cecilia Rhode, Max Rosen, Charles Sinclair, William Sissons, Charles Sturges, Jessie Thompson, Olive Wallace, Frances Wilson, Henry Woodruff. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.
  • (1900) Stage Play: The Cadet Girl. Musical comedy. Book by Harry B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Adapted from the French libretto for "Les Damoiselles de Saint-Cyriens" by Paul Gavault and Victor de Cottens. Music by Louis Varney and Ludwig Englander. Musical Director: Frederic Solomon. Featuring songs with lyrics by J. Cheever Goodwin. Directed by George F. Marion. Herald Square Theatre: 25 Jul 1900- 8 Sep 1900 (48 performances). Cast: Dolly Anderson (as "Fanchette"), Charles H. Bowers (as "Georges"), Rose Boyer (as "Ensemble"), William Cameron (as "Popo"), William P. Carleton (as "Lucien"), Florence Carlisle (as "Artine"), Mr. Chaille (as "Ensemble"), Pauline Chase (as "Jeanette"), Helen Chester (as "Ensemble"), Toby Claude (as "Daisy"), Dan Daly (as "Baron Chartreuse"), Charles Danby (as "Griffard"), May Davis (as "Ensemble"), Charles Dox (as "Calicot"), Ermine Earle (as "Susette"), E. Enright (as "Ensemble"), Arthur Etherington (as "Ensemble"), Lulu Farrance (as "Ensemble"), Adele Farrington (as "Edouard"), Estelle Franklin (as "Ensemble"), Mabel Jordan (as "Ensemble"), James Kane (as "Station Master"), Mr. Kissee (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Lester (as "Nanine"), Catherine Lewis (as "Mme. Majeste"), Lisa Lewis (as "Ensemble"), Christie MacDonald (as "Antoinette"), Mr. McGuire (as "Ensemble"), Mildred Meade (as "Leontine"), Mr. Meehan (as "Ensemble"), Mr. Millholland (as "Ensemble"), Joseph C. Miron (as "Pelopidas"), Lulu Mooney (as "Genevieve"), Tessie Mooney (as "Clairette"), Hattie Moore (as "Baroness"), Mary Morris (as "Ensemble"), Addie Orton (as "Ensemble"), May Page (as "Ensemble"), Pauline Patz (as "Ensemble"), Kathryn Pearl (as "Ensemble"), Roy Richards (as "Ensemble"), Rita Riley (as "Ensemble"), Adele Ritchie (as "Marguerite"), Annie Schiller (as "Ensemble"), George A. Schiller (as "Berg-ap-Zoom"), Grace Spencer (as "Nanette"), Laura Stanley (as "Ensemble"), Fred Urban (as "Comemblers"), Mr. Vail (as "Ensemble"), Ada Vreeland (as "Ensemble"), Ollie Wallace (as "Javotte"), Nella Webb (as "Margot"), Belle Wheeler (as "Ensemble"), Mr. Wichlow (as "Ensemble"), Bertha Wilson (as "Ensemble"), Laura Witt (as "Francene"), Bessie Wynn (as "Yvetts"). Produced by A.H. Chamberlyn.
  • (1901) Stage Play: The Little Duchess. Musical comedy. Music by Reginald De Koven. Based on material by Harry B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Musical Director: Herman Perlet. Additional lyrics by Julian Fane, Robert Cole, William Jerome and J.P. Harrington. Additional music by Ellen Wright, A. Baldwin Sloane, Rosamond Johnson and Leo LeBrunn. Directed by George F. Marion. Casino Theatre (moved to The Grand Opera House from 21 Apr 1902 to close): 14 Oct 1901- Apr 1902 (closing date unknown/144 performances). Cast: Frankie Bailey, Sydney Barraclough, Katherine Bell, Charles A. Bigelow, Vivian Blackburn, Eva Davenport, Daisy Dean, Robert Fairchild, D.J. Flanigan, Minnie Gaylor, Lillian Harris, Anna Held, Joseph W. Herbert, Phyllis La Fond, George F. Marion, B. McGahen, Mme. Monti, Harry T. Morey [credited as Harold T. Morey], Billy Norton, Adelaide Orton, Helen Planchet, Ruth Rennard, Clara Selton, Anna St. Tel, Charles Swain, E.A. Tester, Elaine Van Selover, Joseph Welch, Blanche West, Bessie Wynn. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.
  • (1902) Stage Play: The Doings of Mrs. Dooley. Musical/farce. Book by Sidney Wilmer and Walter Vincent. Musical Director: Charles F. Miller. Music by Charles F. Miller. Musical Direction by George F. Marion. Directed by George W. Monroe and Raymond Finley. Grand Opera House (moved to The West End Theatre from 17 Nov 1902- close): 22 Sep 1902- 22 Nov 1902 (16 performances). Cast: Unknown. Produced by Sidney Wilmer and Walter Vincent.
  • (1903) Stage Play: Mr. Pickwick. Musical. Music by Manuel Klein. Book by Charles Klein. Based on the book by Charles Dickens. Lyrics by Grant Stewart. Featuring songs with lyrics by Hermann Klein. Featuring songs by George Spink. Directed by George F. Marion. Herald Square Theatre (moved to The Grand Opera House from 27 Apr 1903 to close): 19 Jan 1903- May 1903 (closing date unknown/73 performances). Cast: J.K. Adams, Guy H. Bartlett, Digby Bell (as "Sam Weller"), Laura Joyce Bell, George Chapman, Marguerite Clark, Augustus Coletti, Philip Connor, Mary Davis, Grace Fisher, Louise Gunning, Ruth Halbert, DeWolf Hopper Sr., Marion Lee, Henry Norman, Louis Payne, Alice Maude Poole, George Rolland, Grant Stewart (as "Alfred Jingle"), George Williams. Produced by The De Wolfe Hopper Opera Company.
  • (1903) Stage Play: The Prince of Pilsen. Musical comedy. Music by Gustave Luders. Book by Frank S. Pixley. Lyrics by Gustave Luders. Directed by George F. Marion. Broadway Theatre: 17 Mar 1903- 18 Jul 1903 (143 performances). Cast: Jeanette Bageard, Helen Bertram, Lillian Coleman, Arthur Donaldson, Linford R. Jefferson, Anna Lichter, Clyde L. McKinley, Edgar Norton, Albert Parr, Jack Pratt [Broadway debut], John W. Ransone, Francis Stuart, J.L. Sutherland, Henry Taylor, Sherman Wade, Eva Westcott. Produced by Henry W. Savage.
  • (1903) Stage Play: Peggy from Paris. Musical comedy. Book by George Ade. Lyrics by George Ade. Music by William Lorraine. Scenic Design by Walter Burridge and Edward La Moss. Directed by George F. Marion. Wallack's Theatre: 10 Sep 1903- 21 Nov 1903 (85 performances). Cast: Dan Baker (as "Walt Quackenbush/M. Hommard"), Guelma L. Baker (as "Lutie Plummer"), George A. Beane (as "Montague Fish"), Harry Benham (as "Lem Harvey/Chorus"), George F. Bennett (as "Dickey Drexel"), Georgia Caine (as "Peggy Plummer"), Cyril Chadwick (as "Chorus"), Blanche Collette (as "Chorus"), Arthur Deagon (as "Reginald Hickey"), Goodwal Dickerman (as "Hon Japez Flanders"), Olga Fredericks (as "Chorus"), Blanche Gilson (as "Mrs. Tuft-Hunter"), Alice Hageman (as "Mrs. Montague Fish"), Helen Hale (as "Lilly Ann Lynch"), Olivette Haynes (as "Tessie Higgins/Chorus"), Louise Jansen (as "Chorus"), Carolyn Lilja (as "Chorus"), Anita Marik (as "Chorus"), Paul Nicholson (as "Cicero J. Grampis"), E.H. O'Connor (as "M. Folies-Bergere/Jim Peasley"), John P. Park (as "Alexander Nerveen"), Esta Reed (as "Mrs. Homer Ketcham/Chorus"), George Richards (as "Captain Alonzo Plummer"), Josie Sadler (as "Sophie Blatz"). Produced by Henry W. Savage.
  • (1903) Stage Play: The County Chairman. Comedy. Written by George Ade. Directed by George F. Marion. Wallack's Theatre: 10 Oct 1904- 21 Jan 1905 (125 performances). Cast: Nina Ainscoe (as "Tilly'), Maclyn Arbuckle' (as "Honorable Jim Hackler, County Chairman"), Rose Beaudet (as "Mrs. Jefferson Briscoe"), Christine Blessing (as "Mrs. Elias Rigby"), Fred Bock (as "Riley Cleaver"), Claude C. Boyer (as "Cal Barcus"), Earle Brown (as "Tilford Wheeler"), Anna Buckley (as "Chick Elzey"), Edward Chapman (as "Jefferson Briscoe"), Howard Cuyler (as "Glabe Overton"), Charles Fisher (as "Elias Rigby"), Grace Fisher (as "Lorena Watkins"), W.J. Gross (as "Uncle Eck Milbury"), Harry Holman (as "Wilson Prewitt"), J. Sydney Macy (as "Vance Jimmison"), John Meehan (as "D. Montgomery"), Miriam Nesbitt (as "Lucy Rigby"), E.R. Phillips (as "Joseph Whittker"), Roy Richards (as "Amos Whitney"), George Ricketts (as "Jupiter Pettaway"), Fred Santley (as "Chub Tolliver"), Willis P. Sweatnam (as "Sassafras Livingstone"). Produced by Henry W. Savage.
  • (1904) Stage Play: The Yankee Consul. Opera. Music by Alfred G. Robyn. Book by Henry Martyn Blossom [credited as Henry M. Blossom Jr.]. Lyrics by Henry Martyn Blossom. Directed by George F. Marion. Broadway Theatre: 22 Feb 1904- 2 Jul 1904 (115 performances). Cast: Mr. Armour (as "Chorus"), Charles Books (as "Chorus"), Rose Botti (as "Papinta, her niece/Chorus"), Louise Burpee (as "Chorus"), Madge Burpee (as "Francesca/Chorus"), Estrella Carmichael (as "Inez, Sancho's wife/Chorus"), Eda Chandler (as "Chorus"), Mr. Colishaw (as "Chorus"), Lila Conquest (as "Jacinta/Chorus"), J. Parker Coombs (as "Carlos, a water carrier"), William Danforth (as "Don Rafael Deschado, Governor of Puerto Plata"), Mae Darling (as "Anita"), Eva Davenport (as "Donna Teresa Rebera-y Uruburu, a wealthy widow"), Mr. DeCourcey (as "Chorus"), Clara Eckstrom (as "Chorus"), Lillian Eldredge (as "Panilla/Chorus"), Harry Fairleigh (as "Lieutenant Jack Morrell, Commanding U.S. Gunboat"), M.C. Flavin (as "Chorus/Leonora"), Toma Hanlon (as "Chorus"), Jack E. Hazzard (as "Herr Gebubler, His Secretary"), Raymond Hitchcock (as "Abijah Booze"), Albert Juhre (as "Nunez"), Edna Marsh (as "Chorus"), J.H. McLean (as "Felipo, telegraph operator"), Sallie McNeel (as "Blanca, a bar maid/Chorus"), Basil Millspaugh (as "Rodrigo, local officer"), Gertrude O'Neil (as "Bella/Chorus"), Adelaide Orton (as "Juanita, flower girl"), Jack Pratt (as "Miguel"), Mr. Pugh (as Chorus"), Mr. Purvionce (as "Chorus"), Frank Ranney (as "Sancho, proprietor of Los Dos Toros restaurant"), Freda Rica (as "Chorus"), J. Joe Seley (as "Chorus"), Lester Templeton (as "Chorus"), Miss Turten (as "Chorus"), May Wheeler (as "Estrella, fruit girl/Chorus"), L. Whitte (as "Chorus"), Hubert Wilke (as "Captain Leopoldo, of the Dominican Army"), Sophie Witte (as "Maria/Chorus"), Flora Zabelle (as "Bonita, her daughter"). Produced by Henry W. Savage.
  • (1904) Stage Play: The College Widow. Comedy. Written by George Ade. Scenic Design by Walter Burridge. Directed by George F. Marion. Garden Theatre: 20 Sep 1904- May 1905 (closing date unknown/278 performances). Cast: Ralph Allard, William Anderson, E.Y. Backus, Joseph Barlow, Wyatt Barnes, C.J. Brabin, Art Brock, George E. Bryant, Frederick Burton, Lucy Cabeen, Florence Cameron, Dan Collyer (as "McCowan"), Morgan Coman, Georgia Cross, Edgar L. Davenport (as "Jack Larrabee"), Thomas Delmar, George F. Demarest, Charles Fraser, Mrs. Gallagher, C.A. Gronseth, Nat Haines, J. Beresford Hollis, Edwin Holt (as "Hiram Bolton"), Andy Lewis, Robert MacKay, Stephen Maley, Mary McGregor, Lida McMillan, Belle Nelson, Grace Quackenbush, Gertrude Quinlan, Amy Ricard, George Stillwell, Dorothy Tennant (as "Jane Witherspoon"), Harold Torrington, Frederick Truesdell (as "Billy Bolton"), Douglas J. Wood. Produced by Henry W. Savage. Note: Filmed by The Lubin Manufacturing Company [distributed by V-L-S-E] as The College Widow (1915) [scenario written by Clay M. Greene] and by Warner Bros. as The College Widow (1927).
  • (1904) Stage Play: The Sho-Gun. Musical comedy. Libretto by George Ade. Music by Gustave Luders [credited as Gustav Luders]. Musical Director: John McGhie. Directed by George F. Marion. Wallack's Theatre: 10 Oct 1904- 21 Jan 1905 (125 performances). Cast: Elinor Barras (as "Chorus"), Frank Blackman (as "Chorus"), Derby Brown (as "Chorus"), Georgia Caine (as "Omee-Omi, widow of the former Sho-Gun"), Eda Chandler (as "Chorus"), Marie Christie (as "Tiki-Too, Maid of Honor attending Hunni-Bun"), Albert Cunningham (as "Chorus"), James Dale (as "Chorus"), Myra Davis (as "U-Ju, Maid of Honor attending Hunni-Bun"), Whitlock Davis (as "Chorus"), Lucille DeMentz (as "Chorus"), Hertha Engel (as "Chorus"), Charles Evans (as "William Henry Spangle, an energetic pilgrim"), Pansy Farmer (as "Chorus"), O. Fowle (as "Chorus"), Olga Fredericks (as "Yung-Fun, Maid of Honor attending Hunni-Bun"), Genevieve (as "Chorus"), Lulu Hamill (as "Chorus"), Muriel Harmon (as "Chorus"), Arney Henry (as "Chorus"), Olive Hill (as "Chorus"), Morris Hiller (as "Chorus"), Edna Jackson (as "Chorus"), J.H. Keenan (as "Chorus"), Grace King (as "Moo-Zoo May, first of the Sing-Song girls"), Amy LaDew (as "Chorus"), Georgena Leary (as "Nanni-Fan, Maid of Honor attending Hunni-Bun"), Thomas C. Leary (as "Hanki-Pank, astrologer and dealer in proverbs"), Christie MacDonald (as "Princess Hunni-Bun, niece of Sho-Gun"), Anita Marik (as "Chorus"), Edward Martindel (as "His Excellency Flai-Hai, the Sho-Gun of Ka-Choo"), Dorothy Maynard, May Murray (as "Chorus"), Rose Murray (as "Chorus"), Arthur O'Bryan (as "Wi-Ju, a publicity promoter"), E. O'Connor (as "Chorus"), George Ollerenshaw (as "O Hung, a messenger on the dark path"), Grace Overand (as "Chorus"), E. Percy Parsons (as "Sha-Man, a Head Priest"), Carrie E. Perkins (as "The Dowager Hi-Faloot, first of the exclusives"), Lucille Prince (as "Chorus"), Etta Raynor (as "Chorus"), William Reiske (as "Chorus"), Patsy Rogers (as "Chorus"), Loris Scarsdale (as "Kee-Zi, companion of Hunni-Bun"), Agnes Sheridan (as "Chorus"), Cora Spicer (as "Tah-Tah, Maid of Honor attending Hunni-Bun"), Alex B. St. Johns (as "Chorus"), Carlyle Sweitler (as "Chorus"), Henry Taylor (as "Beverly Dasher, Ensign U.S. Navy"), P.H. Tazeman (as "Chorus"), Fay Tincher (as "Chorus"), Lucy Tonge (as "Chorus"), David Torrence (as "General Kee-Otori, a military grandee"), Grace Walsh (as "Chorus") [Broadway debut], Virgie Ware (as "Chorus"), William C. Weedon (as "Tee-To Komura, a despised bachelor"), Ocie Williams (as "Chorus"). Produced by Henry W. Savage.
  • (1904) Stage Play: Higgledy-Piggledy. Music by Maurice Levi. Book by Edgar Smith. Lyrics by Edgar Smith. Choreographed by Sam Marion. Scenic Design by John H. Young and Ernest Albert. Directed by George F. Marion. Weber and Fields' Broadway Music Hall: 20 Oct 1904- 25 Mar 1905 (185 performances). Cast: Aimee Angeles, Robert Austin, Iva Barbier, Charles A. Bigelow, Irene Bishop, Vivian Blackburn, Aubrey Boucicault, Esther Brunette, Edna Chase, Elsie Davis, Mildred De Vere, Henry DePack, Richard Dolliver, Belva Don Kersley, Marie Dressler (as "Philopena Schnitz"), Franz Ebert, Charles Flynn, Florence French, Caroline Green, Bert Hagen, Lillian Harris, Anna Held (as "Mimi de Chartreuse"), Bena Hoffman, Harry Hoffmann, Jarvis Jocelyn, Grace Kimball, Florence Lancaster, Beatrice Learwood, Daisy Leon, Maude LeRoy, Freda Linyard, Hatty Lorraine, Bonnie Maginn, Sam Marion, Madeleine Martin, Frank Mayne, May McKenzie, Harry Morris, Edythe Moyer, Addie Orton, Frances Palmer, Violet Pearle, Marjorie Relyea, Maude Seddon, Elaine Selover, Edyth Smyth, Walter Stanton, W. Douglas Stevenson, Ada Verne, Mabel Verne, Vernie Wadsworth, Beatrice Walsh, Joseph Weber, Blanche West, Kitty Wheaton. Produced by Joseph M. Weber and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.
  • (1904) Stage Play: Woodland. Musical/fantasy. Music by Gustave Luders. Book by Frank Pixley. Lyrics by Frank S. Pixley. Musical Director: Gustave Luders. Featuring songs by Harry Bulger. Featuring songs with lyrics by Will D. Cobb. Choreographed by Sam Marion. Directed by George F. Marion. New York Theatre (moved to The Herald Square Theatre from 22 Dec 1904- 28 Jan 1905, then moved to The Grand Opera House from 4 Oct 1905- close [on hiatus from Apr 1905- 18 Aug 1905]): 21 Nov 1904- Aug 1905 (100 performances). Cast: Harry Bulger (as "The Blue Jay"), Eva Burnett (as "Chorus"), Helen Burnett (as "Chorus"), Sally Carlton (as "Chorus"), Emma Carus (as "Lady Peacock"), Charles Dow Clark (as "King Eagle"), Blanche Collette (as "Chorus"), Leon de Lisle (as "Chorus"), Rose Deni (as "Chorus"), Frank Doane (as "General Rooster"), John Donahue (as "The Hot Bird"), Lucille Eagen (as "Chorus"), Harry Fairleigh (as "Robin Redbreast"), Marion Ford (as "Chorus"), Stanley Forde (as "Judge Owl"), Eva Francis (as "Lieutenant Sparrow"), Helen Hale (as "Miss Jenny Wren"), Louida Hilliard (as "Lady Hawk/Chorus"), Ida Brooks Hunt (as "Miss Nightingale"), Louise LaSalle (as "Chorus"), Helen Luttrell (as "Chorus"), Mabel Moyles (as "Chorus"), Ida Mulle (as "Miss Polly Parrot"), Frank D. Nelson (as "Dr. Raven"), Lucile Nelson (as "Miss Mocking Bird"), Mattie Nichols (as "The Cold Bottle"), Harry N. Pyke (as "Cardinal Grosbeak"), Etta Raynor (as "Chorus"), Margaret Sands (as "Chorus"), Margaret Sayer (as "Miss Turtle Dove"), Cheridah Simpson (as "Prince Eagle"), Eileen Spellman (as "Chorus"), Lucile Tozier (as "Chorus"), Grace Walsh (as "Miss Canary"). Produced by Henry W. Savage.
  • (1905) Stage Play: The Yankee Consul. Musical/opera.
  • (1905) Stage Play: Nancy Stair. Drama. Dramatized by Paul M. Potter. Based on the novel by 'Elinor Macartney Lane'. Featuring songs by Robert Burns. Directed by George F. Marion. Criterion Theatre: 15 Mar 1905- Apr 1905 (closing date unknown/29 performances). Cast: F. Owen Baxter, Victor Benoit, Lulu Bishop, Charles Bruce, Francis Carlyle, Herbert Carr, Earl Cooper, Stanley Dark, John Dobson, James Duncan, Edward Fielding, Margaret Fitzpatrick, Lucille Flavin, Edward Foley, T. Daniel Frawley (as "Robert Burns"), Charles French, Maud Granger, Clarence Handyside, Stanley Hawkins, Robert Loraine, Frank Losee, Mary Mannering, Alice Martin, R.R. Neill, Elsa Payne, George Pitt, Eleanor Reed, Frederic Sumner, Jessie Thompson, Stanhope Wheatcroft. Produced by Frank McKee.
  • (1905) Stage Play: Easy Dawson. Comedy. Written by Edward E. Kidder [final Broadway credit]. Directed by George F. Marion. Wallack's Theatre: 22 Aug 1905- 7 Oct 1905 (56 performances). Cast: Miss Arnold, M. Barry, Barry & Samlo, Mr. Boyd, Nick Briglio, Earle Browne (as "Bruce Grierson"), John Bunny (as "Henry Titus"), Scott Cooper (as "Mr. Grierson"), Miss Depew, Miss Desmond, Miss Fairbanks, Grace Griswold, Julie Herne (as "Rose'), Raymond Hitchcock (as "Ripley Royal Dawson"), Miss Kent, Mr. Kramer, Jeffreys Lewis (as "Mrs. Churchill-Churchill-Brenton"), Mr. Lightner, William Martin, Mr. McCaffery, Miss Mills, Mr. Samlo, Phyllis Sherwood, Miss. Smith, Lovell Taylor, Lucy Tonge, M. Walsh, Mr. White, Flora Zabelle. Produced by Henry W. Savage.
  • (1905) Stage Play: Higgledy-Piggledy. Musical/farce/revue (return engagement). Music by Maurice Levi. Based on material by Edgar Smith (also lyrics). Choreographed by Sam Marion. Directed by George F. Marion. Weber and Fields' Broadway Music Hall: 26 Aug 1905- 9 Sep 1905 (17 performances). Cast: Aimee Angeles, Robert Austin, Iva Barbier, Charles A. Bigelow, Irene Bishop, Vivian Blackburn, Aubrey Boucicault, Esther Brunette, Edna Chase, Elsie Davis, Mildred De Vere, Henry DePack, Richard Dolliver, Belva Don Kersley, Marie Dressler (as "Philopena Schnitz"), Franz Ebert, Charles Flynn, Florence French, Caroline Green, Bert Hagen, Lillian Harris, Anna Held (as "Mimi de Chartreuse"), Bena Hoffman, Harry Hoffmann, Jarvis Jocelyn, Grace Kimball, Florence Lancaster, Beatrice Learwood, Daisy Leon, Maude LeRoy, Freda Linyard, Hatty Lorraine, Bonnie Maginn, Sam Marion, Madeleine Martin, Frank Mayne, May McKenzie, Harry Morris, Edythe Moyer, Addie Orton, Frances Palmer, Violet Pearle, Marjorie Relyea, Maude Seddon, Elaine Selover, Edyth Smyth, Walter Stanton, W. Douglas Stevenson, Ada Verne, Mabel Verne, Vernie Wadsworth, Beatrice Walsh, Joseph M. Weber, Blanche West, Kitty Wheaton. Produced by Joseph M. Weber and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.
  • (1905) Stage Play: The Bad Samaritan. Comedy. Written by George Ade. Garden Theatre: 12 Sep 1905- Sep 1905 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: E.Y. Backus , Nicholas Burnham, Fred Cumming, Ralph Dean, Grace Fisher , Richard Golden (as "Uncle Ike"), Mathew Grean, Sam Hardy, L. Wadsworth Harris, Jacques Kruger, Carolyn Lee, Mary Mallon, George F. Marion, Cecile Mayer, Adelaide Orton, Frank Perley, Sam Reed, Edward See, Harry Stone, Harry Stubbs, Anne Sutherland, Agusta True. Produced by Henry W. Savage.
  • (1906) Stage Play: The Galloper. Farce. Written by Richard Harding Davis. Directed by George F. Marion. Garden Theatre: 22 Jan 1906- Mar 1906 (closing date unknown/76 performances). Produced by Henry W. Savage.
  • (1906) Stage Play: The Prince of Pilsen. Musical comedy.
  • (1906) Stage Play: The Man from Now. Musical. Music by Manuel Klein. Book by Vincent Bryan and John Kendrick Bangs. Lyrics by John Kendrick Bangs and Vincent Bryan. Featuring songs by Bernard Rolt, Harry von Tilzer, Harry Bulger and Gertrude Hoffman. Featuring songs with lyrics by Manuel Klein and Isabel DeWitte Kaplan. Directed by George F. Marion. New Amsterdam Theatre: 3 Sep 1906- 29 Sep 1906 (28 performances). Cast: Hattie Arnold (as "Matricula"), Anna Berg(as "Chorus"), Charles Books (as "Chorus"), Herman Brand (as "Chorus"), Phil Branson (as "John P. Pennypacker"), Harry Bulger (as "Steve Waffles"), Gardner Bullard, Eva Burnett (as "Chorus"), Helen Burnett (as "Chorus"), Miss Cramer (as "Chorus"), Mr. Cramer (as "Chorus"), Ethel Daggett (as "Chorus"), Margaret Dalrymple (as "Chorus"), Jeanette Despres (as "Chorus"), Helene Drew (as "Chorus"), Miss Dunn (as "Chorus"), Miss DuPont (as "Chorus"), Paula Edwardes (as "Chorus"), Jean Erickson (as "Chorus"), Sallie Fisher (as "Dora"), Miss Flower (as "Chorus"), Gilbert Gregory (as "Eli Beasley"), Miss Hackett (as "Chorus"), Helen Hale (as "Samsonia/Gasolina"), Charles Hessong (as "Chorus"), Miss Holton (as "Chorus"), Mr. Hudson (as "Chorus"), Miss Johnston (as "Chorus"), Marie Keller (as "Electra"), Amy LaDew (as "Chorus"), Walter Lawrence (as "Jack Raleigh"), Bertha Mack (as "Chorus"), Miss MacPhie (as "Chorus"), Miss Marshall (as "Chorus"), Edward B. Martindell (as "Forecasta"), Minnie Mason (as "Chorus"), Peggy Merritt (as "Chorus"), Bert Montclair (as "Chorus"), Mabel Moyles (as "Chorus"), William Murphy (as "Comahn/Chorus"), Miss. Randall (as "Chorus"), Virginia Richmond (as "Chorus"), Miss Riedel (as "Chorus"), Miss Schiebly (as "Chorus"), Winnifred Spaulding (as "Chorus"), Mabel Spencer (as "Chorus"), Maude Ream Stover (as "Chorus"), Clara Tichenor (as "Chorus"), Lucy Tonge (as "Zeroine"), Mr. Winstrom (as "Chorus"). Produced by Henry W. Savage.
  • (1906) Stage Play: The Stolen Story. Drama. Written by Jesse Lynch Williams [earliest Broadway credit]. Directed by George F. Marion. Garden Theatre: 2 Oct 1906- Oct 1906 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: John E. Abbott (as "Usher"), John R. Armstrong (as "Sam Nordheimer"), Yale D. Benner (as "Mr. Linton"), Joseph Briggs (as "Mr. Berwin"), George Brown (as "Mr. Munson"), R. Peyton Carter (as "General Cunningham"), Charles Chase (as "Mr. Samson"), C.D. Cromwell (as "Mr. Cartwright"), John Doyle (as "Mr. Henderson"), Joseph Duval (as "Mr. Scott"), Jameson Lee Finney (as "Billy Woods"), Patrick C. Foy (as "Mr. Munger"), Edwin Holt (as "Mr. Stone"), Wright Kramer (as "Mr. Gilbert Townsend"), Jennie Lamont (as "Mrs. McCarter"), Tully Marshall (as "Mr. Haskell"), Edward Martin (as "Chauffeur"), A. Mazzanovich (as "Mr. Wilson"), Fred Morgan (as "Butler"), Theodore M. Morris (as "Mr. Covington"), Charles Nevil (as "Mr. Murphy"), John Parks (as "Mr. Grafton"), Genevieve Reynolds (as "Mrs. Metcalfe"), James Seeley (as "Mr. Manning"), Carlysle Shelley (as "Mr. Jones"), Beverly Sitgreaves (as "Miss. Daros"), Joseph M. Sparks (as "Jerry McCarter"), Harry Stone (as "Harry Lascelles"), Dorothy Tennant (as "Frances Cunningham"), Augustin Daly Wilkes (as "Tommy"), Joseph Wilkes (as "Messenger"), Arthur Witte (as "Mr. Lee"), Stephen Wright (as "Jake Shayne"). Produced by Henry W. Savage.
  • (1906) Stage Play: The Student King. Musical/operetta. Music by Reginald De Koven. Book by Frederic Ranken and Hugh Stanislaus Stange. Lyrics by Frederic Ranken and Hugh Stanislaus Stange. Musical Director: Arthur Weld. Directed by George F. Marion. Garden Theatre: 25 Dec 1906- 26 Jan 1907 (40 performances). Cast: Lina Abarbanell (as "Ilsa"), Flavia Arcaro (as "Lady Anne") [Broadway debut], Ellanore Brooks (as "Gretchen"), Georgia Brooks (as "Frieda"), Dorothy Buscher (as "Cupid"), Alexander Clark (as "Rudolph"), Henry Coote (as "Francis"), Eva Fallon (as "Pantine"), James E. Feeny (as "Heinrich"), Frank Hayes (as "Grumblekoff"), Rowena La Barre, Thomas C. Leary (as "Merrilaff"), Percy Parsons (as "Frederich"), Albert Pellaton (as "Ferdinand"), J.R. Phillips (as "Wilhelm"), Detmar Poppen (as "Klingel") [Broadway debut], Lenora Watson (as "Milka"). Produced by Henry W. Savage.
  • (1907) Stage Play: The Yankee Tourist. Musical/farce. Music by Alfred G. Robyn. Lyrics by Wallace Irwin. Stage adaption by Richard Harding Davis. Based on the play "The Galloper" by Richard Harding Davis. Additional lyrics by William Jerome. Additional music by Jean Schwartz. Orchestra under the direction of John McGhie. Directed by George F. Marion. Astor Theatre (moved to The Grand Opera House from 18 Nov 1907 to close): 12 Aug 1907- 24 Nov 1907 (111 performances). Cast: Herbert Cawthorn, Eva Fallon, Helen Hale, Raymond Hitchcock (as "Copeland Schuyler of New York"), E. Percy Parsons, Flora Zabelle, Miss Allen, Wallace Beery (as "Mr. Hewitt, War correspondent of Collier's"), Mabel Breen, Susie Forrester Cawthorn, Miss Chase, W.M. Cheesman, Victor Clarke, Frederick Corbin, Murray D'Arcy, Miss Darville, M. Davis, Miss Desmond, Jeanette Despres, Elizabeth Doddridge, M. Drew, Miss Dunn, M. Feeney, Miss Honehan, Fred Johnston, Miss Land, Harry Lane, M. Lawrence, Miss Marshall, Mabel Moyles, M. Murphy, Miss Newell, Clara Noelke, E.J. Oden, Miss Paon, E.R. Phillips, M.W. Rale, Herman Ruepke, Phillips Smalley [final Broadway role], M. Supraner, O.J. Vanasse, Harry West, Miss Winters. Produced by Henry W. Savage.
  • (1907) Stage Play: The Merry Widow. Musical/operetta.
  • (1908) Stage Play: Nearly a Hero. Musical/farce. Book by Harry B. Smith. Lyrics for "My Sahara Girl" by Harry B. Smith. Directed by George F. Marion and J.C. Huffman. Casino Theatre: 24 Feb 1908- 6 Jun 1908 (116 performances).
  • (1908) Stage Play: The-Merry-Go-Round. Musical comedy.
  • (1908) Stage Play: The Girl Question. Musical comedy.
  • (1908) Stage Play: Algeria. Musical. Music by Victor Herbert. Book by Glen McDonough. Lyrics by Glen McDonough. Orchestra under the direction of John McGhie. Scenic Design by Ernest Albert. Costume Design by Alfredo Edel. Lighting Design by Kleigl Brothers. Directed by George F. Marion. Broadway Theatre: 31 Aug 1908- 10 Oct 1908 (48 performances). Cast: Eugene P. Arnold (as "Mr. Billings F. Cooings"), Harriet Burt, William Cameron (as "Trainor Crewe, soldier of fortune"), Ida Brooks Hunt, Ernest Lambart, George F. Marion (as "C. Walsingham Wadhunter, soldier of fortune"), George Leon Moore, Florence Nash (as "Mrs. Billings F. Cooings"), William Pruette, Miss Angela, Miss Arnold, Miss Baldwin, Carolyn Barber, Miss Bennett, Miss Benyusuf, Mabel Breen, Helen Broderick, Louise Burpee (as "Hasheesh Vendor"), Joseph Carey, Miss Clarke, Daniel Corse, Billee Cuppia, M. D'Angelo, Miss Desmond, Richard Dolliver, Miss Donelson, Miss Dupont, Franklin Foster, M. Goeble, Miss. Gordon, Jane Grover, M. Groves, Miss Hansen, Katherine Howland, Miss Kendal, M. Kern, M. Kline, Miss Lang, Miss Lawrence, Harriet Leidy, Miss Mack, Miss Madden (as "Hasheesh Vendor"), Mr. Maxwell (as "Hasheesh Vendor"), Louise Meyers, Miss Parker, Miss Perry, Miss Peters, Marjorie Race, Grace Rankin, M. Reinhardt, Madge Richardson, M. Rome, Miss Valliere, Margaret Vingut, M. Walsh, Miss Ware, Miss Warren, May Willard. Produced by Frank McKee.
  • (1908) Stage Play: The Boys and Betty. Musical. Lyrics by George V. Hobart. Book by George V. Hobart. Music by Silvio Hein. Orchestra under the direction of Silvio Hein. Based on the play "La Papillion" by Robert Danceny and René Peter. Featuring songs with lyrics by Will D. Cobb. Music for "Take Plenty of Shoes" by Melville Gideon. Featuring "A Little Farther" by Frederick Norton. Scenic Design by Frank E. Gates and Edward A. Morange. Costume Design by Lord and Taylor. Directed by George F. Marion. Wallack's Theatre: 2 Nov 1908- 6 Feb 1909 (112 performances). Cast: Edgar Atchison-Ely (as "Paul Gerard"), Marie Cahill (as "Betty Barbeau"), James B. Carson (as "Rudolph Gruber"), Eugene Cowles (as "Major Gordon"), John E. Kellerd (as "Casimir Barbeau"), Edgar Norton (as "Algernon Graham"), Clara Palmer (as "Nanon Duval"), Gertrude Barnard (as "Shop Girl/Shopper"), Marguerite Binford (as "Mrs. Pranz"), Fanny Boutelle (as "Shop Girl/Shopper"), Camille Buehler (as "Elise Rochet/Shop Girl/Shopper"), Bessie Cottrell (as "Shop Girl/Shopper"), George Deane (as "Servant"), E.J. DeVarney (as "Tony Arditti"), Jesse Elliott (as "Shop Girl/Shopper"), Florence Evans (as "Shop Girl/Shopper"), Tempee Evans (as "Shop Girl/Shopper"), Anna Ford (as "Minnie Racherre/Shop Girl/Shopper"), Annabelle Gordon (as "Izora Deschon/Shop Girl/Shopper"), Macy Harlam (as "Baptiste Leveque"), Grace Harper (as "Shop Girl/Shopper"), Sadie Henderson (as "Shop Girl/Shopper"), Florence Holmes (as "Laure Moreau"), Phoebe Loubet (as "Valerie Pannier"), A.E. Luzzi (as "Philippe Fouchet"), Bonnie Maud (as "Marie Antoinette"), Marie Mayo (as "Shop Girl/Shopper"), Carrie Miller (as "Shop Girl/Shopper"), Josephine Montague (as "Guillaume/Shop Girl/Shopper"), Harry Morey (as "Porter"), Agnes Ormonde (as "Shop Girl/Shopper"), Anna Mooney (as "Grace Gordon"), Mary Mooney (as "Virginie/Shop Girl/Shopper"), Evelyn Radcliffe (as "Shop Girl/Shopper"), Florence Ravel(as "Shop Girl/Shopper"), Claudia Rogers (as "Julie Perret/Shop Girl/Shopper"), Louise Shelley (as "Shop Girl/Shopper"), Lorie Sprague (as "Shop Girl/Shopper"), Dorothy Waldron (as "Shop Girl/Shopper"), Blanche Wilmot (as "Cleo Marcette/Shop Girl/Shopper"), Mary Worthington (as "Shop Girl/Shopper"). Produced by Daniel V. Arthur.
  • (1908) Stage Play: Blue Grass. Written by Paul Armstrong. Directed by George F. Marion. Majestic Theatre: 9 Nov 1908- Nov 1908 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Wayne Arey, Harry Ford, John D. Garrick, Irving Hays, Regan Hughston, Norah Lamison, Lillian Lawrence, Richie Ling, George F. Marion, Robert McWade, Tommy Meade, Nat Nazarro Jr., James Seeley, Susanne M. Willis, Olive Wyndham, William Young. Produced by Liebler & Co.
  • (1909) Stage Play: Stubborn Cinderella. Musical.
  • (1909) Stage Play: A Fool There Was. Written by Porter Emerson Browne. Directed by George F. Marion. Liberty Theatre: 24 Mar 1909- Jun 1909 (closing date unknown/93 performances). Cast: Frances Barber (as "Ship Passenger"), Edwin Barbour (as "Ship's Captain"), R.J. Barker (as "Ship's Doctor"), John Bascombe (as "Ship Passenger"), Ethel Bell (as "Ship Passenger"), Frank Brody (as "Ship Passenger"), Eleanor Carlyle (as "Ship Passenger"), Phyllis Carrington (as "Ship Passenger"), George Clare (as "Butler"), Ted Clare (as "Ship Passenger"), Mae Clarke (as "Ship Passenger"), C. Coleman (as "Second Passenger"), W. Coleman (as "Ship Passenger"), Nannette Comstock (as "The Wife"), William Connolly (as "Ship Passenger"), Edna Conroy (as "The Sister"), William Courtleigh (as "The Friend"), Ida Desmond (as "Ship Passenger"), Fred Gibler (as "Ship Passenger"), John Guirand (as "Deck Steward"), Harry H. Hart (as "Petty Officer"), Robert Hilliard (as "The Husband"), Howard Hull (as "Young Parmalee"), Victor Johns (as "Ship Passenger"), L.R. Johnson (as "Messenger"), Katherine Kaelred (as "The Woman"), Thomas King (as "Sailor"), Seymour Lawrence (as "Ship Passenger"), Ed Mallon (as "Deck Steward"), Miss Eugene Martin (as "Ship Passenger"), Fred Nicolls (as "Deck Steward"), Grace Noble (as "Ship Passenger"), Louis Palmer (as "Deck Steward"), Janet Pierce (as "Ship Passenger"), Amy Retar (as "Ship Passenger"), Albert R. Richman (as "Ship Passenger"), Arthur Row (as "First Passenger"), James Rowe (as "Ship Passenger"), Charles Seivert (as "Sailor"), Wallace Sharpe (as "Ship Passenger"), George Spelvin (as "The Voice"), Helen Taylor (as "Ship Passenger"), Frank Taylor (as "Boy Ship Passenger"), S.K. Walker (as "The Secretary"), Alfred Wendel (as "Ship Passenger"), Herbert Williams (as "Ship Passenger"), Emily Wurster (as "The Child"). Produced by Frederic Thompson.
  • (1909) Stage Play: The Gay Hussars.
  • (1909) Stage Play: The Florist Shop. Farce. Written by Oliver Herford; Based on "Gluck bei Frauen" by Alexander Engel and Julius Horst. Musical Director: Max Schmidt. Featuring songs by Emmerich Kálmán, Ethelbert Nevin, Edmund Eysler and Melville Gideon. Directed by George F. Marion. Liberty Theatre: 9 Aug 1909- Sep 1909 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Gabrielle Bacot, Charles J. Ball, Anna L. Bates, Frank L. Chandler, C.A. Chandos, Louisa Drew, Richard F. Freeman, Doyle Glass, Claude Heckinger, John Hines, Marion Lorne, Gwendolyn Lowry, Nina Morris, Adelaide Orton, Dorothy Parker, Nelly Roland, Tovell Smith, Richard Sterling, John Thomas, Briella Tocab, Corene Uzzell, Lionel Walsh, C. Wellesley, Georgiana Wilson. Produced by Henry W. Savage.
  • (1909) Stage Play: The Love Cure. Musical/romance. Music by Edmund Eysler. Book by Oliver Herford. From the German of Leo Stein and Karl Lindau. Lyrics by Oliver Herford. Musical Director: Augustus Barratt. Scenic Design by Walter Burridge. Costume Design by Madame Moore and Mme. Zimmerman. Lighting Design by Joseph Wilson. Directed by George F. Marion. New Amsterdam Theatre (moved to The Grand Opera House from 3 Jan 1909 to close): 1 Sep 1909- Jan 1910 (closing date unknown/78 performances). Cast: Miss Allen, Joseph Allen, Miss Bell, Portia Belma, Miss Benson, Jack Bergman, (M) Black, Elgie Bowen, Miss Burnham, Miss Campbell, Craig Campbell, Miss Everett, Eva Fallon, Fred Frear, (M) Grahay, Miss Hart, James Horne, Alice Hosmer, Harry Hyde, William Kaestner, M. Kern, Arda La Croix, Miss Landers, (M) McConville, George McDermott, Miltern Pollock, George Pullman, Jane Quirk, Pedro Reddiman, Madeline Rellis, Cecelia Renard, Blanche Rice, Helen Rockefeller, Miss E. Rogers, Charles J. Ross, Henry Russell, Margaret Sayre, (M) Schnager, Miss St. Clair, Miss Temple, Raymond Van Sickle, Miss Vivian, Grace Waldo, Thomas J. Walsh, Miss Wellington, Miss West, M. Whiting. Produced by Henry W. Savage.
  • (1910) Stage Play: Miss Patsy. Farce.
  • (1910) Stage Play: The Spring Maid. Musical/operetta.
  • (1911) Stage Play: Everywoman (Her Pilgrimage in Quest of Love). Music by George Whitefield Chadwick. A Morality Tale written by Walter Browne. Musical Director: Hugo Frey. Directed by George F. Marion. Herald Square Theatre (moved to The Lyric Theatre from 29 May 1911- 1 Jul 1911, then moved to The Herald Square Theatre from 19 Feb 1912- close): 27 Feb 1911- 23 Mar 1912 (189 performances). Cast: Jean Barrett, Wilda Bennett, Vivian Blackburn (as "Vanity") [final Broadway role], Rue Brown, Grace Calve, William Calvin, Charlotte Carter, H. Cooper Cliffe, Patricia Collinge (as "Youth"), Juliette Day (as "Modesty") [Broadway debut], Frederic De Belleville, David Estoclet, Marjorie Fitch, Eleanor Flowers, Richard Fuller, Suzette Gordon, Laura Nelson Hall, Stella Hammerstein, Charles Hayne, Sydney Jarvis, Kathleen Kerrigan, Alice Kline, Frank Lacy, Sarah Cowell Le Moyne (as "Truth"), Richard Lee, Edward MacKay, Barry Maxwell, Betty Murdoch, Hubert Osborne (as "Witless"), Aurora Pratt [erroneously credited as Aurora Piatt], Detmar Poppen, Edna Porter, John L. Shine, Henry Wenman (as "Bluff"), McIntyre Wickstead. Produced by Henry W. Savage. Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures as Everywoman (1919), starring Bebe Daniels in one of her first featured roles after leaving Harold Lloyd's shorts.
  • (1911) Stage Play: Hell/Temptations/Gaby [joint production]. (Note: George F. Marion directed 2 of the 3 productions in this rotating revue: Gaby and Hell). Gaby: Musical revue. Book by Harry B. Smith and Robert B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith and Robert B. Smith. Music by Robert Hood Bowers, Irving Berlin, Ted Snyder and Vincent Bryan. Choreographed by Alfredo Curti. Conducted by Daniel Dore. Directed by George F. Marion. Folies-Bergere: 27 Apr 1911- 8 Jul 1911 (92 performances/combined performances for all 3 shows). Cast: Erma Bauer, Beatrice Bertrand, Albert Borneman, Miss Burns, Daisy Carson, Miss Clark, Laddie Cliff, Kathleen Clifford, Vinnie Danvers, Alfred Darling, Miss Davies, Kittie De Vere, Edna Dodsworth, Arenera Duo, Miss Edwards, Miss Everett, Marion Ford, Geraldine Gerard, Elizabeth Goodall, W.C. Gordon (as "A Toreador"), Otis Harlan (as "Wiley Fox"), Taylor Holmes (as "Izzy Smart"), C.K. Kittridge, Mabel Landers, Frances Leslie, Ethel Levy (as "Gaby"), Adah Baker Lewis (as "The Royal Governess"), Arthur Lipson (as "Martini"), Helen Marlowe, Cecelia Mayo, Amy Mortimer, The Pender Troupe, Beatrice Priest, Yvonne Renon, Miss Richmond, Ada Robertson, Olga Roller, Carmen Romero, Virginia Steinhardt, May Stockton, Gertrude Thurston. Hell: Musical/burlesque. Book by Rennold Wolf. Lyrics by Rennold Wolf. Music by Robert Hood Bowers, Irving Berlin and Maurice Levi. Directed by George F. Marion. Cast: Margaret Adair (as "Chorus"), Miss Burns (as "Chorus"), Daisy Carson (as "Chorus"), Miss Clark (as "Chorus"), Kathleen Clifford (as "A Shoe Store Clerk/A Prima Donna/A Matinee Girl"), Vinnie Danvers (as "Chorus"), Alfred Darling, Miss Davies (as "Chorus"), Kittie De Vere (as "A Messenger Boy/Chorus"), Edna Dodsworth (as "Chorus"), Miss Everett (as "Chorus"), Marion Ford (as "A Hell Boy/Chorus"), Geraldine Gerard (as "An Actress/Chorus"), Elizabeth Goodall (as "The Statue of Liberty"), W.C. Gordon (as "The Janitor/A Police Captain"), Otis Harlan (as "The Devil/Another Second"), Waldo Heinemann (as "Chorus"), Taylor Holmes (as "Battling Beresford"), Mayme Kelso (as "An Old Maid/Mrs. Maxon Newrow"), C.K. Kittridge (as "Chorus"), Mabel Landers (as "Chorus"), Emilie Lea (as "A Dancer"), Leslie Leigh (as "A Herald/Phoebe Snow/Salome/A Loudly Dressed Woman"), Mlle. Lenclud (as "Mlle. Montparnassus"), Frances Leslie (as "Chorus"), Adah Baker Lewis (as "Maude Adams/Mrs. Devil/A Saleswoman"), Arthur Lipson (as "A Room Clerk/Dreadnaught Drexel"), John Marble (as "A Clergyman/Nat Woodwin"), Theodore Marston (as "A Pittsburgh Magnate"), Cecelia Mayo (as "Chorus"), Amy Mortimer (as "Chorus"), The Pender Troupe (as "Chorus"), Beatrice Priest (as "Chorus"), Yvonne Renon (as "Chorus"), Miss Richmond (as "Chorus"), Ada Robertson (as "Chorus"), Olga Roller (as "Chorus"), Carmen Romero (as "Chorus"), Virginia Steinhardt (as "Chorus"), Gertrude Thurston (as "Chorus"), Viola Vincent (as "Chorus"), Patrick Walsh (as "An Antique").
  • (1911) Stage Play: The Fascinating Widow. Musical comedy. Book and lyrics by Otto A. Harbach. Additional lyrics by Sam M. Lewis, E. Ray Goetz, Irving Berlin and Vincent Bryan. Additional music by Irving Berlin and Vincent Bryan. Music by Frederick W. Mills. Musical Director: August Kleinecke. Music orchestrated by William Redfield. Additional lyrics by Sam Lewis, E. Ray Goetz and Vincent Bryan (who also wrote additional music). Additional numbers by Arthur Jackson, George Gershwin, Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, Irving Caesar and Irving Berlin. Choreographed by Jack Mason. Directed by George F. Marion. Liberty Theatre (moved to The Grand Opera House from 13 Nov 1911 to close): 11 Sep 1911- Nov 1911 (closing date unknown/65 performances). Cast: Natalie Alt, Marie Baxter, Blanche Burnham, Charles W. Butler, Julian Eltinge, Gladys Feldman, Edward Garvie, June Mathis, Jean Morrell, Louise Orth, Carrie E. Perkins, Dorothy Sanders, Natalie Seymour, James Spottswood (as "Tuthill Leffingwell"), James E. Sullivan, Lionel Walsh, Frank Wentworth, Dorothy Wilcox, Winona Winter. Produced by A.H. Woods.
  • (1911) Stage Play: Gypsy Love. Musical/operetta. Music by Franz Lehár. Book by Harry B. Smith and Robert B. Smith. Lyrics by Robert B. Smith and Harry B. Smith. from the German of Dr. A.M. Willner and Robert Bodanzky. Musical Director: Louis F. Gottschalk. Scenic Design by Ernest Albert. Costume Design by Mme. Sotager, Paul Pieret and Mueltzer. Directed by George F. Marion. Globe Theatre: 17 Oct 1911- 11 Nov 1911 (31 performances). Cast: Arthur Albro (as "Jozsi"), Charlotte Allen (as "Chorus"), Winifred Ayers (as "Chorus"), Portia Belmont (as "Chorus"), Dodo Bernard (as "Chorus"), George L. Bickel (as "Mikel"), Clara Boley (as "Chorus"), Marion Brown (as "Chorus"), Walter Brown (as "Chorus"), Geraldine Burton (as "Chorus"), John Carleton (as "Chorus"), Edna Caruthers (as "Chorus"), Lou Chalmers (as "Chorus"), Albert Cody (as "Chorus"), Billie Davenport (as "Chorus"), Reana Davis (as "Chorus"), May Delaney (as "Chorus"), Frankie DeMar (as "Chorus"), Frances Demarest (as "Ilma"), Anna Deneny (as "Chorus"), Mildred DeSilva (as "Chorus"), Valleaux Elliott (as "Chorus"), Edgar Evans (as "Chorus"), Ethel Evans (as "Chorus"), Ethel Fawcett (as "Chorus"), Charlotte Fielding (as "Chorus"), Gertrude Fielding (as "Chorus"), Madeline Frain (as "Chorus"), Marguerite Frances (as "Chorus"), Jean Hague (as "Chorus"), Alie Hall (as "Chorus"), Anton Hanschmann (as "Dimitri"), Josephine Harmon (as "Magda/Chorus"), Albert Hart (as "Moschu"), Carl Hayden (as "Fedor"), Christopher Hayes (as "Chorus"), Constance Hoag (as "Chorus"), Leuvine Jacques (as "Chorus"), Fred Kallgren (as "Chorus"), Marie Kennedy (as "Chorus"), Ber Kirsch (as "Chorus"), Irving LaPato (as "Chorus"), Albert Macklin (as "Chorus"), Naomi Malone (as "Chorus"), Orilla Mars (as "Etta"), Rose Maxwell (as "Chorus"), Helen McAdam (as "Chorus"), Willis McClellan (as "Chorus"), Harry McDonough (as "Niklas"), Alice Melrose (as "Chorus"), Katherine Melton (as "Chorus"), Peggy Merritt (as "Chorus"), Elinor Miles (as "Chorus"), Lucie Mitchell (as "Sacha"), James C. Morris (as "Chorus"), Grace Nelson (as "Chorus"), Maurice Newmann (as "Chorus"), Peggy O'Neil (as "Chorus"), Phyllis Partington (as "Zorika"), Alma Pickard (as "Chorus"), Robert G. Pitkin (as "Kaspar"), Will P. Plummer (as "Chorus"), Alice Randolph (as "Chorus"), Virginia Rhode (as "Chorus"), Fred Robinson (as "Chorus"), Lillian Rockwell (as "Chorus"), Ray Ruddy (as "Chorus"), Kittie Saville (as "Fancha"), Charles Schuler (as "Chorus"), Tom Shannon (as "Chorus"), Robert Smith (as "Henry"), Arthur Snyder (as "Chorus"), Charles Staples (as "Chorus"), Jule Sutherland (as "Chorus"), Marguerite Sylva (as "Zorika"), James T. Taylor (as "Chorus"), Marion Thompson (as "Chorus"), Gertrude Thurston (as "Chorus"), Fred Turner (as "Chorus"), Jean Wallace (as "Chorus"), Lillian Wallace (as "Chorus"), Marion Watts (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Webb (as "Lila"), Pearl Wilkinson (as "Chorus"). Produced by A.H. Woods.
  • (1912) Stage Play: Modest Suzanne. Musical/operetta. Music by Jean Gilbert [earliest Broadway credit]. Book by Harry B. Smith and Robert B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith and Robert B. Smith. Adapted from the French of Maurice Desvallierès and Antony Mars. Based on the German of Georg Okonkowsky. Musical Director: Louis F. Gottschalk. Costume Design by Mme. Francis. Scenic Design by Dodge and Castle. Directed by George F. Marion. Liberty Theatre: 1 Jan 1912- 20 Jan 1912 (24 performances). Cast: Lillian Baker (as "Chorus"), Portia Belma (as "Chorus"), Harriet Burt (as "Rose"), J. Campbell (as "Chorus"), Claudia Clark (as "Mina"), W.S. Clark (as "Chorus"), Alice Clayton (as "Chorus"), Lester Corrish (as "Gustave/Chorus"), Bertha Dehan (as "Chorus"), H. Durham (as "Chorus"), Sallie Fisher (as "Suzanne"), Stanley G. Ford (as "Baron Dauvray"), A. Frewn (as "Chorus"), Gertrude Gibbons (as "Chorus"), Mildred Gibson (as "Chorus"), Mabelle Glynn (as "Chorus"), William Glynn (as "Gendarme/Chorus"), D. Haverty (as "Police Sergeant/Chorus"), H. Hoffman (as "Chorus"), G. Hughes (as "Chorus"), John L. Kearney (as "Monsieur Pomeral"), Bessie Lawlor (as "Chorus"), Charlotte Leslay (as "Mariette"), Florence Martin (as "Jacqueline"), Mabel Merlin (as "Chorus"), J. Miller (as "Chorus"), Millie Murray (as "Phrynette"), Marcia Nash (as "Chorus"), D. O'Leary (as "Chorus"), Kathryn Osterman (as "Baroness Delphine Dauvray"), Arthur Stanford (as "Rene"), Helen Steeves (as "Chorus"), Virginia Steinhardt (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Stoy (as "Chorus"), Kitty Swagne (as "Chorus"), Ernest Torrence (as "Professor Charcot"), Roy Torry (as "Chorus"), Catherine Ursprung (as "Chorus"), Josie Ursprung (as "Chorus"), Corrine Uzzell (a "Tina"), Sherman Wade (as "Alexis"), Ezra Walck [credited as Ezra C. Walck] (as "Emil"), Gorgette Warren (as "Chorus"), Lawrence Wheat (as "Hubert"), Joseph Zaino (as "Felix"). Produced by A.H. Woods and H.H. Frazee.
  • (1912) Stage Play: The Rose Maid. Musical/operetta. Music by Bruno Granichstaedten. Book by Harry B. Smith and Raymond Peck. Lyrics by Robert B. Smith. From the Viennese original "Bub Oder Madel" by Adolf Altmann and Felix Dormann. Scenic Design by William Castle and D. Frank Dodge. Costume Design by Will Barnes and Mme. Mank. Orchestra conducted by Robert Hood Bowers. Choreographed by William Rock. Directed by George F. Marion. Globe Theatre: 22 Apr 1912- 21 Sep 1912 (181 performances). Cast: Helen Atkins (as "Ensemble"), Adrienne Augarde (as "Daphne"), Winnifred Ayres (as "Ensemble"), Madelyn Ball (as "Kute Kiddy Sextette"), Burrell Barbretto (as "The Honorable Bertie Walpole, a young cadet"), Leslie Barnard (as "Ensemble"), E. Lisle Bloodgood(as "Ensemble"), Maurice Boddington (as "Ensemble'), Louise Brunnelle' (as "Myrtle Doolittle"), Blanche Burnham (as "Ensemble"), May Carlisle (as "Ensemble"), Alice Clayton (as "Ensemble"), Anna Crippen (as "Ensemble"), Alfred Darling (as "Count Orloffsky of Russia/Ensemble"), Edith Decker (as "Princess Hilda Von Lahn"), Elma Decker (as "Ensemble"), Juliette Dika (as "Countess Bertrand/Chaperone"), 'J. Humbird Duffey' (as "Duke of Barchester, a young nobleman"), May Emory (as "Berenice, a friend of the Duke"), Helen Faulkner (as "Kute Kiddy Sextette"), Florence Flandreaux (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Follis (as "Gwendolen Bruce, a young American heiress"), Stephen Fyle (as "Ensemble"), Edward Gallagher (as "Dennis, a loan broker/banker"), Gertrude Gmelch (as "Kute Kiddy Sextette"), Cynthia Grace (as "Ensemble"), R.E. Graham (as "Sir John Portman, a wealthy bachelor"), Katherine Grant (as "Ensemble"), May Harris (as "Ensemble"), May Heagney (as "Ensemble"), William Johns (as "Ensemble"), Eithel Kelly (as "Mamie Morris"), Eloise King (as "Ensemble"), Arthur Laceby (as "Chumley, a loan broker/banker"), Harry Lambart (as "Blatz"), Edward Lawrence (as "Ensemble"), Vivian Lawrence (as "Ensemble"), Emilie Lea (as "Angela, a friend of the Duke"), Fred LeDeux (as "Ensemble"), Percy Matson (as "Ensemble"), F. McCullough (as "Honorary Member of German Cavalry"), Sadie Melles (as "Madeline Miggs"), Marie Moore (as "Kute Kiddy Sextette"), Julia Mornin (as "Ensemble"), Millie Murray (as "Ensemble"), Helen O'Day (as "Ensemble"), Zamora Pierce (as "Ensemble"), Paul Pollock (as "Ensemble"), Harry Potter (as "Ensemble"), Anne Raymond (as "Maude Schuyler"), Jane Rock (as "Madge Mortimer"), Arthur Royd (as "Duke of Barchester, a young nobleman" [Alternate]), Marie Sattler (as "Kute Kiddy Sextette"), Lucille Schrader (as "Ensemble"), Al Shean (as "Schmuke, a loan broker/banker"), Pilip Sheffield (as "Honorary Member of East Indian Lancers/Lieutenant Woolridge"), Helen Singleton (as "Kute Kiddy Sextette"), Eileen Spellman (as "Ensemble"), E.L. Spencer (as "Duke d'Este of Italy"), Virginia Steinhart (as "Ensemble"), Viola Vincent (as "Ensemble"), Alfred Watson (as "Ensemble"), Charles Wheeler (as "The Marquis Cassaignac of France/Ensemble'), Grace Williams' (as "Mabel Willing"). Produced by Louis F. Werba and Mark A. Luescher.
  • (1912) Stage Play: Tantalizing Tommy. Musical comedy.
  • (1912) Stage Play: The Woman Haters. Musical/operetta. Book by George V. Hobart. Music by Edmund Eysler. Lyrics by George V. Hobart. Based on the Viennese operette 'Die Frauenfresser' by Leo Stein and Karl Lindau. Additional music by Walter Kollo. Additional lyrics by M.E. Rourke and Jerome Kern. Musical Direction by John Lund. Directed by George F. Marion. Astor Theatre: 7 Oct 1912- 2 Nov 1912 (32 performances). Produced by A.H. Woods.
  • (1913) Stage Play: The American Maid. Musical comedy/opera. Book by Leonard Liebling. Music by John Philip Sousa. Lyrics by Leonard Liebling. Musical Direction by Herbert Kerr. Scenic Design by Homer F. Emens. Costume Design by Elsie DeWolfe and Wachner and Company. Directed by George F. Marion. Broadway Theatre: 3 Mar 1913- 15 Mar 1913 (16 performances). Cast: Adele Archer (as "Mrs. Vandeveer"), Miss. Barnban (as "Chorus"), Irma Bertrand Beatrice, Miss. Brown (as "Chorus"), Charles Brown (as "Duke of Branford"), Julia Bruns (as "Helen"), Pietro Canova (as "Pietrio Nuttino"), Nellie Could (as "Veronica"), Marie Dolber (as "Mabel"), Marjorie Edwards (as "Madge"), Marie Elliott (as "Hazel"), Marguerite Farrell (as "Rose Green"), Maude Turner Gordon (as "Mrs. Pompton"), Louise Gunning (as "Annabel Vandeveer"), H. Hooper (as "Hans Hippel"), Miss. Jordan (as "Chorus"), J. Kern (as "Gawkins"), Carrie Lauders (as "Irene"), Georgie Mack (as "Stumpy"), Dorothy Maynard (as "Geraldine Pompton"), Miss. McKay (as "Chorus"), George O'Donnell (as "Colonel Vandeveer"), John Park (as "Jack Bartlett"), Amy Russell (as "Alice"), Albert Sachs (as "Footman"), Mary Smith (as "Nellie Brown"), John G. Sparks (as "Lefty McCarty"), Katherine Stossel (as "Gladys"), Miss. Sullivan (as "Chorus"), Neomi Sumers (as "Edith"), Edward Wade (as "Silas Pompton"), George Wilson (as "A Batchman"), Ella Yunch (as "Second Glassblower"), James Yunch (as "First Glassblower"). Produced by John Cort.
  • (1913) Stage Play: The Purple Road. Musical/operetta.
  • (1913) Stage Play: Her Little Highness. Musical.
  • (1914) Stage Play: Jerry. Written by Catherine Chisholm Cushing [credited as Catherine Chisholm). Lyceum Theatre: 28 Mar 1914- May 1914 (closing date unknown/41 performances). Cast: Billie Burke (as "Jerry"), Gladys Hanson (as "Joan Doubleday"), Lumsden Hare (as "Dr. Kirk"), Shelly Hull (as "Montagu Wade"), Alice Johns (as "Harriet Townsend"), Allan Pollock (as "Peter Flagg"), Thomas Reynolds (as "Briggs"), Bernard Thornton (as "Lewis"). Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1914) Stage Play: Maids of Athens. Musical comedy/operetta.
  • (1914) Stage Play: Suzi. Musical comedy/operetta.
  • (1914) Stage Play: The Debutante. Musical comedy/operetta. Book by Harry B. Smith and Robert B. Smith. Music by Victor Herbert. Lyrics by Robert B. Smith. Music orchestrated by Victor Herbert. Musical Direction by Carlo Edwards. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster. Costume Design by Cora MacCreachy and William Henry Matthews. Scenic Design by Edward G. Unitt and Joseph Wickes. Directed by George F. Marion. Knickerbocker Theatre: 7 Dec 1914- 16 Jan 1915 (48 performances). Cast: May Allen, Dolly Alwin, Stewart Baird (as "Armand, Marquis de Frontenac"), Zoe Barnett, Marie Baxter, Irma Bertrand, Bly Brown, Kitty Carmen, Marion Dale, William Danforth (as "Godfrey Frazer"), Hazel Dawn (as "Elaine"), Harriett DeNorma, Mae Doherty, Harriet Du Barry, E.G. Elliott, Florence Flandreaux, Anna George, William Gibney, James H. Hager, Adelaide Hall, Jack Hall, Helen Hardick, Lottie Harvey, Fanchon Haywood, Theodore Heinroth, Jack Heisler, Teresa Hendricks, May Hennessy, Irene Hopping, Anna Howard, Mary Howard, Fred Hudler, William Izzard, Sylvia Jason, Owen Jones, Carl C. Judd, Arthur Kugler, Dorothy Landers, Victor Le Roy, Gladys Macdonald, Isabel MacLeod, Eleanor Matthewson, Bert McCarthy, Beatrice McKay, Violet McKay, John Merkyl [credited as Wilmuth Merkyl] (as "Philip Frazer"), Adelaide Murray, Maude Odell, Peggy Parker, Hal Peel, Robert G. Pitkin, Frances Ramey, Thomas Reynolds, Evelyn Rosewood, Elsie Schneider, Cyril Smith, Fritzie Smith, Theodore Stein, Eva Stuart, May Thompson, Gertrude Thurston, Frank Travers, Robert Waite, Florence Walsh, Helen Walsh, Will West, Dorothy Whiting, J. Abbott Worthley. Produced by John C. Fisher.
  • (1916) Stage Play: Pom-pom. Musical comedy. Book by Anne Caldwell. Music by Hugo Felix. Lyrics by Anne Caldwell. Based on the Hungarian operetta 'Csibeszkiraly' by Lajos Szell and Akos Buttykay. Featuring songs by Jean Schwartz. Featuring songs with lyrics by William Jerome. Musical Director: Max Bendix. Directed by George F. Marion. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 28 Feb 1916- 17 Jun 1916 (128 performances). Cast: Charles Angelo (as "The Author"), Miss Borden (as "Chorus"), George Brugger (as "Papa Chapelle/Count de Joie"), Miss Calame (as "Chorus"), Eric Campbell (as "Manager of the Olympia"), Harry Childs (as "Bidage"), Rita Dane (as "Therese"), Phyllis Davis (as "The Dummy"), Edith Day (as "Evelyn/Gina"), Mr. Dickson (as "Chorus"), William Eville [credited as William Evill] (as "Macache"), Flo Flandreaux (as "Chorus"), Miss Forbes (as "Chorus"), Miss Frances (as "Chorus"), Carl Gantvoort (as "Bertrand"), Ellis Graves (as "Chorus"), Rupert Greenlaw (as "A Detective/Chorus"), Mitzi Hajos (as "Paulette"), Frank Hale (as "Gigolo"), Amy Hamlin (as "Chorus"), Miss Harvey (as "Chorus"), Miss Heylman (as "Chorus"), Carl Judd (as "Flic/Chorus"), Simeon Jurist (as "Chorus"), Allan Kelly (as "Secretary to the Manager of the Olympia"), Cleo La Moyne (as "Chorus"), Victor Le Roy (as "A Policeman/Chorus"), Ben Lewin (as "A Critic"), Miss Livingston (as "Chorus"), Lillian Mathewson (as "Chorus"), Beulah McFarland (as "Chorus"), Tom McNaughton (as "Policeman No. 13"), Paul McShane (as "Chorus"), Rosalie Mellette (as "Chorus"), Mr. Murphy (as "Chorus"), Marion Owen (as "Lucie/Chorus"), Miss Page (as "Chorus"), Signe Paterson (as "Crevette"), Detmar Poppen (as "Big Biassou"), Miss Quiller (as "Chorus"), Mr. Ritter (as "Chorus"), Miss Robinson (as "Chorus"), Miss Temple (as "Chorus"), Blanche Terrill (as "Rosa/Chorus"), Miss Thaler (as "Chorus"), Thomas Walsh (as "Grolmus"), Eleanor Williams (as "Gabriella/Chorus"), Thomas Wood (as "Stage Carpenter of the Olympic/Jean"). Produced by Henry W. Savage.
  • (1916) Stage Play: The Amber Empress. Musical comedy/opera.
  • (1917) Stage Play: Eileen. Musical/opera.
  • (1917) Stage Play: The Grass Widow. Musical. Book by Channing Pollock and Rennold Wolf. Music by Louis A. Hirsch. Lyrics by Channing Pollock and Rennold Wolf. from "Le Peril Jaune" (The Yellow Peril) by Alexandre Bisson and St. Albin. Additional music by Digby Latouche. Directed by George F. Marion. Liberty Theatre (moved to The Princess Theatre from 24 Dec 1918- close): 3 Dec 1917- 5 Jan 1918 (43 performances). Cast: Natalie Alt (as "Denise"), Leon E. Brown (as "Monsieur Favereau"), Harry Davis (as "Banjoist/The Grass Widow Jazz Band"), W.C. Deacon, Irene Dixon (as "Dorothy"), Gretchen Eastman (as "Colette"), Marion Ford (as "Betty"), Anita Francesco (as "Claire"), Marguerite L. Fritts (as "Lucille"), Saxi Holstworth (as "Saxophonian/The Grass Widow Jazz Band"), May Hopkins (as "Angie"), Robert Emmett Keane (as "Larry Doyle", J.C. Klein (as "An Ill-Humored Man"), Helen Lowell (as "Annette"), George Marion (as "Anatol Pivert"), Howard Marsh (as "Jacques"), Joseph D. Miller, Victor Morley (as "Fernand Dore"), Tom O'Hare (as "Vincent"), Marion Phillips, Marion Pollard (as "Fanchon"), Edna Waddell (as "Florence"), Joseph H. Woodward (as "Pianist"). Produced by Madison Corey.
  • (1918) Stage Play: Why Worry? Melodrama/farce. Written by Montague Glass and Jules Eckert Goodman. Music by Blanche Merrill. Lyrics by Blanche Merrill. Directed by George F. Marion. Harris Theatre: 23 Aug 1918- 14 Sep 1918 (27 performances). Cast: Ralph Belmont (as "Dan"), May Boley (as "Stella"), Fanny Brice (as "Dora"), James Cherry (as "Bedell"), Charles Dale (as "Margolius"), The Avon Comedy Four, Carl Dietz (as "Louis"), Harry Dumont (as "Wolter"), Harry Goodwin (as "November"), Vera Gordon (as "Mrs. Harris"), True S. James (as "A Gentleman"), Irving Kaufman (as "Dubin"), Kalman Matus (as "Frost"), Edwin Maxwell (as "Steffens"), Frances Richards (as "Flo"), Francesca Rotoli (as "A Lady"), Jack Sharkey (as "Devlin"), George Sidney (as "Felix Noblestone"), Joseph Smith Rashkind"), The Avon Comedy Four, Charles Trowbridge (as "David Meyer"), Ezra Walck [credited as Ezra C. Walck] (as "Shapiro") [final Broadway role], John Wallace (as "Thorpe"). Produced by A.H. Woods.
  • (1918) Stage Play: Head Over Heels. Musical. Music by Jerome Kern. Lyrics by Edgar Allan Woolf. Book by Edgar Allan Woolf. Dramatized by Lee Arthur. From the story "Shadows" by Nalbro Bartley. Additional music by Harold A. Levey. Musical Director: Harold A. Levey. Musical Staging by Julian Mitchell. Directed by George F. Marion. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 29 Aug 1918- 23 Nov 1918 (100 performances). Cast: Angele Baber (as "Philene Van Stroock"), Irving Beebe (as "Mr. Edward Sterling"), Andy Bennett (as "Buxaume"), Martha Bowes (as "Miss Wentworth"), Florence Browne (as "Miss Collins"), Gertrude Dallas [final Broadway role], Grace Daniels, Joseph Dunn (as "Toni"), Marion Earle (as "Anita Vanderhayden"), Adelaide Fiset (as "Wanda Van Zandt"), Dorothy Gilbert (as "Diane Van Renssaler"), Edmund Gurney (as "Jarvis"), Fan Haggerty (as "Miss Graham"), Mitzi Hajos (as "Mitzi Bambinetti"), Marie Hollywell (as "Fanchon Van Twiller"), Edna Hyatt (as "Elsie Van Pelt"), Charles Judels (as "Signor Bambinetti"), Robert Emmett Keane (as "Mr. T. Anthony Squibbs"), Margaret Linden (as "Mrs. Sarah Montague"), Eleanor Livingston (as "Miss Hammond"), Dorothy MacKaye (as "Miss Muriel Sterling"), Jean Mann (as "Miss Edith Penfield"), Ernest Marini, Boyd Marshall (as "Mr. Robert Lawson"), Irma Marwick (as "Zoie Van Puyster"), Niobe Marwick (as "Lorine Vandusen"), Edward Mathews (as "Henri"), Carrie McManus (as "Molly"), James Oliver (as "Oscar"), Paul Oscard (as "Baron Everard Cesare D'Oultremont"), Ruth Parker (as "Dijonne Van Piet"), Marion Phillips (as "Delia Van Maarck"), Dorothy Smoller (as "Luella Vanderwater"), Lambert Terry (as "Office Boy"), Martha Voight (as "Marcine Vanbaar"). Produced by Henry W. Savage.
  • (1919) Stage Play: Toby's Bow.
  • (1920) Stage Play: George Washington. Historical drama. Written by Percy MacKaye. Lyric Theatre: 1 Mar 1920- Mar 1920 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Richard Abbott, Frank Arundel, Jerome Colamor, W. Donald DuTilly, Donald Foster, Coulter Gains, Katherine Haden, Gerald Hamer, Walter Hampden (as "George Washington/Colonel George Washington/General Washington"), G.F. Hannam-Clark (as "Zekiel"), J. Harry Irvine, Elsie Herndon Kearns, Paul Leyssac (as "Marquis de Lafayette"), Phyllis Loughton, George F. Marion (as "Quilloquon"), Beth Martin, Beatrice Maude, Bernard Merrick (as "A Virginia Soldier"), Elizabeth Milburn, LeRoi Operti (as "Captain Van Bramm/Selectman") [Broadway debut], Albert Oswald, Beatrice Reinhardt (as "Martha Washington"), Ernest Rowan, Maxwell Ryder (as "Tom Paine"), Nellie Peck Saunders (as "Mammy Sal"), William Sauter. Produced by Walter Hampden.
  • (1920) Stage Play: The Cave Girl. Comedy.
  • (1920) Stage Play: When We Are Young. Comedy.
  • (1921) Stage Play: Gold. Tragedy.
  • (1921) Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1921. Musical revue. Dialogue by Channing Pollock, Willard Mack and Ralph Spence. Lyrics by Gene Buck and Buddy G. DeSylva. Music by Victor Herbert, Rudolf Friml and Dave Stamper. Musical Direction by Frank Tours. Music orchestrated by Maurice De Packh and Stephen Jones. Featuring songs with lyrics by Henry Creamer, J. Turner Layton, Grant Clarke, James F. Hanley, Channing Pollock, Blanche Merrill, Leo Edwards, Ballard MacDonald, Harry Carroll, Albert Willemetz, Jacques Charles, Buddy G. DeSylva, Gus Mueller, Buster Johnson, Andrew Sterling, Harry von Tilzer and Edward P. Moran. Featuring songs by Elsie White and Henry Busse. Directed by Edward Royce. Globe Theatre: 21 Jun 1921- 1 Oct 1921 (119 performances). Cast: Marie Astrova, Miss Barnett, Emma Beresbach, Ethel Blaire, Eva Brady, Fanny Brice (as "Principal"), Evelyn Campbell, Betty Carsdale, Margery Chapin, Hazel Chappel, Miss Chase, John Clarke, Darling Twins, Peggy Davis, Ray Dooley, Phil Dwyer, Charles Eaton, Mary Eaton (as "Principal"), Marguerite Falconer, W.C. Fields (as "Principal," and "M. Le Duc de Chateau Briand"), Consuelo Flowerton, Edna French, Pearl Germonde, Diana Gordon, Raymond Hitchcock, Herbert Hoey, Miss Hughes, Helen Hunt, Albert Innis, Frank Innis, Keene Twins, Miss Leigh, Mary Lewis, Doris Lloyd, Gladys Loftus, Madelyn Lombard, Miss Lomp, Mandal Brothers, Irene Marcellus, Albertine Marlowe, Vera Michelena, Mary Milburn, Beatrice Milner, Geneva Mitchell, Mlle. Mitti, Madilyn Morrissey, Florence O'Denishawn, Charles O'Donnell, Jessie Reed, Anastasia Reilly, Frances Reveaux, Miss Rolph, Gertrude Seldon, Peggy Stohl, Janet Stone, Avonne Taylor, M. Tillio, Van and Schenck, Edna Wheaton, Helen Lee Worthing. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..
  • (1921) Stage Play: Tangerine. Musical comedy/satire. Book by Philip Bartholomae and Guy Bolton. Based on a play by Lawrence Langner and Philip Bartholomae. Lyrics by Howard Johnston. Music by Monte Carlo and Alma M. Sanders. Musical Director: Gus Kleinecke. Featuring songs by Dave Zoob. Staged by George F. Marion and Bert French. Scenic Design by Lee Simonson and P. Dodd Ackerman. Costume Design by Dorothy Armstrong, Mme. Francis and Pieter Mayer. Directed by Carle Carlton. Casino Theatre: 9 Aug 1921- 26 Aug 1922 (361 performances/on hiatus from 28 May 1922- 6 Aug 1922). Cast: Julia Sanderson (as "Shirley Dalton"), The California Four (as "Tangerine Police Force"), Becky Cauble (as "Elsie Loring"), Mary Collins (as "Akamai"), Frank Crumit (as "Dick Owens"), Grace De Carlton (as "Aoha Oe"), Helen Frances (as "Kulikuli"), Carolyn Hancock (as "Ukola"), Jack E. Hazzard (as "King Home-Brew/Joe Perkins/ The Easy Boss"), Joseph Herbert Jr. (as "Fred Allen"), Frank Holbrook (as "Oro"), Brooke Johns (as "Kate Allen"), P.A. Leonard (as "A Warden"), Anna Ludmilla (as "Arameda"), Jeannetta Methven (as "Noa"), Victoria Miles (as "Huhu"), Wayne Nunn (as "Clarence"), Edna Pierre (as "Kate Allen"), Harry Puck (as "Jack Floyd"), Billy Rhodes (as "Lee Loring"), Ruth Rollins (as "Polihu"), Nerene Swinton (as "Pilikia"), Gladys Wilson (as "Mildred Floyd"), Hazel Wright (as "Aloha"). Replacement actors: Kathryn Andrews (as "Oro"), Ted Andrews (as "Arameda"), Dorothy Brown (as "Akamai"), Helen Francis (as "Aoha Oe"), James Gleason (as "Fred Allen"), Beryl Halley (as "Kulikuli"), Allen Kearns (as "Lee Loring"), Jeanette MacDonald (as "Kate Allen"), Audrey Maple (as "Mildred Floyd"), Lee Martin (as "Polihu"), Florence Moore (as "Pilikia"), Victoria White (as "Huhu"), Hansford Wilson (as "Joe Perkins"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1921) Stage Play: The Merry Widow. Musical/operetta (revival). Music by Franz Lehár. Lyrics by Adrian Ross. Book by Victor Leon and Leo Stein [posthumous credit]. Based on Henri Meilhac. Musical Director: Max Hirschfeld. Directed by George F. Marion. Knickerbocker Theatre: 5 Sep 1921- 22 Oct 1921 (56 performances). Produced by Henry W. Savage. Note: Mr. Stein died on 28 Jul 1921 in Vienna while play was in pre-production.
  • (1921) Stage Play: Anna Christie. Drama.
  • (1923) Stage Play: Out of the Seven Seas. Drama.
  • (1924) Stage Play: Thoroughbreds. Written by Lewis B. Ely and Sam Forrest. Vanderbilt Theatre: 8 Sep 1924- Sep 1924 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: William Corbett, Katherine Emmett, Kathleen Graha, Ann Harding, J.K. Hutchinson, John Litel, George F. Marion, Calvin Thomas. Produced by Sam Harris.
  • (1926) Stage Play: First Love. Comedy.
  • (1927) Stage Play: L'Aiglon. Drama/tragedy (revival). Written by Edmond Rostand. Translated by Louis N. Parker. Directed by John D. Williams. Cosmopolitan Theatre: 26 Dec 1927- Jan 1928 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Produced by John D. Williams. Produced by arrangement with Charles Frohman Inc.
  • (1928) Stage Play: Atlas and Eva. Comedy. Written by Harry Delf. Directed by Ira Hards. Mansfield Theatre: 6 Feb 1928- Feb 1928 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Tom Brown (as "Herbie, A Nebblepredder"), Dorothea Chard (as "Josie, A Nebblepredder"), Harry Delf (as "Elmer, A Nebblepredder"), Donald Dillaway (as "Al Sprocket"), Sara Floyd (as "Cousin Bessie, A Nebblepredder"), Herbert Fortier (as "Mr. Mullen"), Charles Hanna (as "Bill Donahue"), A.C. Henderson (as "A Gatekeeper"), Leona Hogarth (as "Eva, A Nebblepredder"), Lottie Linthicum (as "Aunt Emma, A Nebblepredder"), Helen Lowell (as "Ma, A Nebblepredder"), George F. Marion (as "Pop, A Nebblepredder"), Arthur C. Morris (as "Dr. Parker"), Clara Thropp (as "Mrs. McGorky"). Produced by Harry Delf.
  • (1928) Stage Play: The Golden Age. Written by Lester Lonergan and Charlton Andrews. Directed by Lester Lonergan. Longacre Theatre: 24 Apr 1928- Apr 1928 (closing date unknown/6 performances). Cast: John Anthony (as "Elmer Barnes"), Walton Butterfield (as "The Pilot"), Leila Frost (as "Peggy Barnes"), Donald Gallaher (as "The Mechanician"), Selene Johnson (as "Margaret Barnes"), David Landau (as "Clifford Barnes"), George F. Marion (as "Chief Silver Cloud"), Warren McCullom (as "Little Cliff"), Diantha Pattison (as "Golden Voice"), Warren William (as "The Stranger"). Produced by John Tuerk.
  • (1928) Stage Play: White Lilacs. Musical. Music by Karl Hajos. Book by Harry B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Original German book by Sigurd Johannsen. Musical Director: Pierce de Reeder. Additional music by Maurice Ruebens and Sammy Timberg. Additional lyrics by David Goldberg and J. Keirn Brennan. Ensembles directed by Vaughn Godfrey. Directed by George F. Marion. Shubert Theatre (moved to Jolson's 59th Street Theatre from 8 Oct 1928- close): 10 Sep 1928- 12 Jan 1929 (136 performances). Cast: Catherine Allen (as "Ensemble"), Melba Alter (as "Louison/One of Trio"), Louise Beaudet (as "Catherine"), Helen Bishop (as "Ensemble"), Grace Brinkley (as "Delphine Potocka"), John Campbell (as "Ensemble"), Madeline Clancy (as "Ensemble"), Charles Croker-King (as "Giacomo Meyerbeer"), William Demarest (as "Ensemble"), Diana Doering (as "Ensemble"), Edwin Drake (as "Ensemble"), Eliz Fergusson (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Forsythe (as "Ensemble"), Mae Golding (as "Ensemble"), William Hall (as "Ensemble"), Maurice Holland (as "Gaston de Flavigny"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Dubusson"), Frank Horn (as "Prince Obelenski/Ensemble"), Juanita (as "Juanita"), Ernest Lawford (as "Heinrich Heine"), Vivian Lynn (as "Ensemble"), Wallace Magill (as "Ensemble"), Eva Mascagno (as "Mlle. Taglioni"), Steven McNulty (as "Ensemble"), Odette Myrtil (as "Madame George Sand"), Phyllis Newkirk (as "Marquise De Mours/One of Trio"), Paco (as "Paco"), Helen Page (as "Ensemble"), Louise Randolph (as "Ensemble"), Phil Reep (as "Ensemble"), Guy Robertson (as "Frederic Chopin"), Allan Rogers (as "Luselle"), Vernon Rudolph (as "Franz Liszt/Ensemble"), Edna Starck (as "Ensemble"), Franklin Van Horn (as "Balzac"), Douglas Vincent (as "Ensemble"), Frank Weiner (as "Ensemble"), Charlotte Woodruff (as "Countess D'Agoult/One of Trio"), Dora Zommerowna (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1928) Stage Play: Angela. Comedy. Written by Fanny Todd Mitchell. Based on "A Royal Family" by Robert Marshall. Directed by George F. Marion. Ambassador Theatre: 3 Dec 1928- 7 Jan 1929 (40 performances). Cast: Gus Alexander (as "Phileon Button"), Florenz Ames (as "Grand Duke Hubert"), Eric Blore (as "Louis VII, King of Arcacia"), Adam Carroll (as "Pianist"), Arthur Cole (as "Mr. Sneckkenberger"), Peggy Cornell (as "Countess Carini"), Oscar Brimberton Figman (as "Baron Von Holdenson") [final Broadway role], Katherine Gallimore (as "Bijou"), Roy Hoyer (as "Count Bernadine"), Gattison Jones (as "Duke of Berascon"), Jeanette MacDonald (as "Princess Alestine Victorine Angela"), Jane Manners (as "The Girl from London"), Audrey Maple (as "Margaret, Queen Consort of Arcacia"), Ralph Rainger (as "Pianist"), James Ray (as "Servant"), Alison Skipworth (as "Queen Ferdinande"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1929) Stage Play: Boom Boom. Musical comedy. Music by Werner Janssen. Book by Fanny Todd Mitchell. From the play "Mlle. Ma Mere" by Louis Verneuil. Lyrics by Mann Holiner and J. Keirn Brennan. Music orchestrated by Werner Janssen. Musical Director: Tom Jones. Choreographed by John Boyle. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Costume Design by George Barbier, Josephs and Orry Kelly. Directed by George F. Marion. Casino Theatre: 28 Jan 1929- 30 Mar 1929 (72 performances). Cast: Jeanette MacDonald (as "Jean"), Elva Adams (as "Chorus"), Laurette Adams (as "Chorus"), Tennylis Allyn (as "Chorus"), Jimmy Ardell (as "Chorus"), Clement Cancid (as "Chorus"), Kendall Capps (as "Skippy Carr"), Azeada Charkouie (as "Chorus"), Ray Cirake (as "Chorus"), Cortez and Peggy (as "Cortez and Peggy"), Katharine Dayton (as "Chorus") [Broadway debut], Tina DeBrauw (as "Chorus"), Alice Edrique (as "Chorus"), Jack Edwards (as "Chorus"), Margaret Gilligan (as "Chorus"), Doreen Glover (as "One of the Four Nightingales"), William Hale (as "Chorus"), Katherine Hoevel (as "Chorus"), Pat Hunter (as "Chorus"), Jackie Hurlbut (as "Friend of Tilly/Chorus"), Nell Kelly (as "Tilly Mc Guire"), Harry Kirby (as "Chorus"), Cary Grant [credited as Archie Leach] (as "Reggie Phipps"), Richard Lee (as "Sigmund Squnk"), George Leland (as "Chorus"), Ann Loomis (as "Chorus"), Virginia Martin (as "Chorus"), Frank McIntyre (as "Worthington Smith"), Lucille Mercier (as "Chorus"), Eddie Nelson (as "Texas"), George Oliver (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Palmer (as "Chorus"), Jessie Payne (as "One of the Four Nightingales"), Rosalind Rensing (as "Chorus"), Bob Richards (as "Chorus"), Stanley Ridges (as "Tony Smith"), Doreen Roberts (as "Chorus"), Charles Roth (as "Chorus"), Jean Russell (as "Chorus"), Loretta Sayers (as "One of the Four Nightingales"), Evelyn Sayres (as "One of the Four Nightingales"), Evelyn Shay (as "Chorus"), Frank Sherlock (as "Chorus"), Bobby Shutta (as "Chorus"), Evelyn Sintae (as "Chorus"), Frances Stevens (as "Chorus"), Marcella Swenson (as "Maybella La Tour"), Maybel Van (as "Chorus"), Virgie Vane (as "Chorus"), Bee Walz (as "Chorus"), Sam Wasserman (as "Chorus"), Harry Welsh (as "Head Waiter"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1930) Stage Play: Sari. Musical/operetta (revival). Book by C.S. Cushing and E.P. Heath. Music by 'Emmerich Kalman'. Lyrics by C.S. Cushing and E.P. Heath. Based on the Viennese original 'Der Zigeunerprimas' by Julius Wilhelm and Fritz Greenbaum. Choreographed by Albertina Rasch. Scenic Design by Ernest Gros and Ronsin. Costume Design by Albertine Randall Wheelan. Directed by George F. Marion [final Broadway credit]. Liberty Theatre: 29 Jan 1930- 8 Feb 1930 (15 performances). Cast: Eduardo Ciannelli (as "Count Estragon"), Pat Clayton (as "Pierre"), Marybeth Conoly (as "Juliska Fekete"), J. Humbird Duffey (as "Laczi"), Gloria Frey (as "Klari"), Mitzi Hajos (as "Sari"), Bernard Jukes (as "Cadeaux"), Boyd Marshall (as "Pali Racz"), David D. Morris (as "Joska Fekete"), Jack Squires (as "Gaston"). Produced by Henry W. Savage.

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