Reginald Mason Poster

Other Works

  • (1908 - 1953) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1908) Stage Play: The Patriot. Farce. Written by J. Hartley Manners and William Collier Sr.. Garrick Theatre: 23 Nov 1908- Apr 1909 (closing date unknown/160 performances). Cast: William Collier (as "Sir Augustus Plantagenet Armitage"), John B. Adam, Thomas Beauregard, William "Buster" Collier Jr., Helena Collier-Garrick, Max Esberg, Helen Hale, M.E. Kelly, Paula Marr, Thomas Martin, Reginald Mason [Broadway debut], Rex McDougall, John Saville, Margaret Warren, Frank H. Westerton, Wallace Worsley. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1909) Stage Play: The Man from Mexico (Revival). Directed by William Collier Sr. Garrick Theatre: 10 May 1909- Jul 1909 (closing date unknown/64 performances). Cast: John Adam, Thomas Beauregard, Gladys Claire, William Collier Sr., Helena-Collier-Garrick, James Fallen, M.L. Heckert, Desmond Kelly, Paula Marr, Thomas Martin, Dan Mason, Reginald Mason, Rex McDougall, J.G. Saville. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1910) Stage Play: A Lucky Star. Written by Anne Crawford Flexner, based on "The Motor Chaperon" by A.N. Williamson. Book adapted by C.N. Williamson and A.M. Williamson. Hudson Theatre: 18 Jan 1910- Apr 1910 (closing date unknown/95 performances). Cast: William Collier Sr., Ruth Hale, M.L. Heckert, Elizabeth Johnston, Eva Kelley, Edith Knight, Richard Malchien, Paula Marr, Reginald Mason, Katherine Mulkins, Mrs. Pikuritz, Anna Price, Helen Vassar, Frank H. Westerton, Marjorie Wood, Wallace Worsley, Phyllis Young. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1911) Stage Play: The Zebra. Written by Paul M. Potter. From the French of Marcel Nancey and Paul Armont. Garrick Theatre: 13 Feb 1911- Mar 1911 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Alexander Clarke, Ernest Cossart, Lawrence D'Orsay, Irene Fenwick, Henry Hall, John Harrington, Alfred Hudson, Wilhelmina Lewis, Richie Ling, Reginald Mason, Vera McCord, Adelaide Nowak, Hamilton Revelle [credited as A. Hamilton Revelle]. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1911) Stage Play: Becky Sharp. Comedy (revival). Written by Langdon Mitchell. Based on "Vanity Fair" by William Makepeace Thackeray. Lyceum Theatre: 20 Mar 1911- Apr 1911 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Thomas Clifton, Henry E. Dixey (as "The Marquis of Steyne"), Robert V. Ferguson (as "Sir Pitt Crawley"), Minnie Maddern Fiske [credited as Mrs. Fiske] (as "Becky Sharp"), William Gordon, Ralph Harlow, Herbert Holt, Lewis Howard, Gregory Kelly, Reginald Mason, Henry Mathewson, George McLeod, Owen Meech, Harold Russell, Paul Scardon, Ivan F. Simpson, Henry Stephenson (as "Rawdon Crawley"). Note: Filmed by Pioneer Pictures Corporation [distributed by RKO Radio Pictures] as Becky Sharp (1935).
  • (1912) Stage Play: The Model. Written by Augustus Thomas. Harris Theatre: 31 Aug 1912- Sep 1912 (closing date unknown/17 performances). Cast: Gail Kane, Catherine Calhoun, George Clarke, William Courtleigh, John Findlay, Viola Flugrath, Alice Gale, Harry Lillford Reginald Mason, Patsy McCoy, Folliott Paget, Frederick Perry (as "Duncan Coverly"), Joseph Tuohy. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1912) Stage Play: Peg O' My Heart. Comedy. Written by J. Hartley Manners. Directed by J. Hartley Manners. Cort Theatre: 20 Dec 1912- May 1914 (closing date unknown/603 performances). Cast: Laurette Taylor (as "Peg"), Peter Bassett (as "Footman"), Ruth Garland (as "Maud"), Clarence Handyside, 'Reginald Mason (I)' (as "Christian Brant"), Emilie Melville, Christine Norman, H. Reeves-Smith (as "Jerry"), Hassard Short (as Alaric"). Produced by Oliver Morosco. Note: Filmed by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation as Peg o' My Heart (1919), by Metro Pictures [European distribution by Gaumont] as Peg o' My Heart (1922), and by Cosmopolitan Productions/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) as Peg o' My Heart (1933).
  • (1915) Stage Play: The Mark of the Beast.
  • (1916) Stage Play: The Cinderella Man. Written by Edward Childs Carpenter. Hudson Theatre: 17 Jan 1916- Jul 1916 (closing date unknown/192 performances). Cast: Theodore Babcock, Frank Bacon, Berton Churchill, Phoebe Foster, Shelly Hull, Lucille La Verne, Charles Lane, Reginald Mason, Percival T. Moore, Hazel Turney, Hubert Wilke. Produced by Oliver Morosco.
  • (1917) Stage Play: Daybreak. Written by Jane Cowl and Jane Murfin. Directed by Wilfrid North and Jane Cowl. Harris Theatre: 14 Aug 1917- Oct 1917 (closing date unknown/71 performances). Cast: Margaret Dale, Arthur Dennis, Frank Goldsmith, Jack Grey, William B. Mack, Reginald Mason, David Torrence, Catherine Tower, Frederick Truesdell, Blanche Yurka. Produced by Selwyn & Co. Note: The Harris Theatre opened in 1904 as The Lew M. Fields Theatre until 1906 when the name was changed (briefly) to The Hackett Theatre than changed again to The Harris Theatre from 1911- 1920. It changed again to The Frazee Theatre from 1920- 24 and then to Wallack's Theatre from 1924- 40. It became a movie theater in 1930 and changed names again to Anco Cinema. From 1988- 97 it was used as retail space before being torn down.
  • (1917) Stage Play: The Pipes of Pan. Written by Edward Childs Carpenter. Hudson Theatre: 6 Nov 1917- Jan 1918 (closing date unknown/87 performances). Cast: Janet Beecher, Buford Hampden, Edith King, Berton Churchill [credited as Burton Churchill], Reginald Mason, Mosalie Mathieu, Rita Stanwood, Henry Travers, Norman Trevor. Produced by Selwyn & Co.
  • (1918) Stage Play: Oh, Lady! Lady! Musical comedy. Book by Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse. Music by Jerome Kern. Musical Director: Max Hirschfeld. Music orchestrated by Frank Saddler. Costume Design by Harry Collins. Scenic Design by Clifford Pember. Conducted by Max Hirschfeld. Directed by Robert Milton and Edward Royce. Princess Theatre (moved to The Casino Theatre from 17 Jun 1918- close): 1 Feb 1918- 10 Aug 1918 (219 performances). Cast: Edward Abeles (as "Spike Hudgins"), Dorothy Allan (as "Miss Sal Munn"), Constance Binney (as "Parker"), Billie Booker (as "Miss Marie Schino"), Bobby Brewster (as "Miss Lotta Pommery"), Harry C. Browne (as "Hale Underwood"), Charles Columbus (as "Mr. C. Ollie Flower"), Margaret Dale (as "Mrs. Farrington"), May Elsie (as "Miss Della Catessen"), Harry Fisher (as "William Watty"), Mildred Fisher (as "Miss Mollie Gatawaney"), Bettie Gereaux (as "Miss Virginia Hamm"), Charles Hartmann (as "Mr. B. Russell Sprout"), Edna Hettler (as "Miss Marion Etta Herring"), Irving Jackson (as "Mr. Con Kearney"), Elsie Lewis (as "Miss Hallie Butt"), Reginald Mason (as "Cyril Twombley"), Carroll McComas (as "May Barber"), Gypsy Mooney (as "Miss C. Ella Rhy"), J. Randall Phelan (as "Mr. H. Ash-Brown "), Carl Randall (as "Willoughby Finch"), Mildred Roland (as "Miss Barbara O'Rhum"), Vivienne Segal (as "Mollie Farrington"), Florence Shirley (as "Fanny Welch"), Jeanne Sparry (as "Miss Clarette Cupp"), Mabel Stanford (as "Miss May Anne Ayes"), Janet Velie (as "Miss Cassie Roll"), Jack Vincent (as "Mr. Stewart Prune"), William Walsh (as Mr. Artie C. Hoke"), Lois Whitney (as "Miss Lettice Romayne"). Produced by F. Ray Comstock and William Elliott.
  • (1919) Stage Play: Adam and Eva. Comedy. Written by Guy Bolton and George Middleton. Longacre Theatre: 13 Sep 1919- Jun 1920 (closing date unknown/312 performances). Produced by F. Ray Comstock and Morris Gest. Note: Produced for Adam and Eva (1949).
  • (1920) Stage Play: The Mirage. Melodrama. Written by Edgar Selwyn.
  • (1921) Stage Play: The Dover Road. Comedy.
  • (1923) Stage Play: You and I. Comedy. Written by Philip Barry. Directed by Robert Milton. Belmont Theatre: 19 Feb 1923- Jun 1923 (closing date unknown/136 performances). Cast: Ferdinand Gottschalk, Frieda Inescort, Geoffrey Kerr, Reginald Mason, Beatrice Miles, H.B. Warner, Lucile Watson. Produced by Richard G. Herndon.
  • (1923) Stage Play: The Changelings. Comedy. Written by Lee Wilson Dodd. Henry Miller's Theatre: 17 Sep 1923- Jan 1924 (closing date unknown/128 performances). Cast: Walter Baldwin (as "Degan"), Blanche Bates (as "Karen Aldcroft"), Elmer Brown (as "Fisher"), Ruth Chatterton (as "Fay Faber"), Laura Hope Crews (as "Dora Faber"), Geoffrey Kerr (as "Wicky Faber"), Felix Krembs (as "Clyde Halstead"), Reginald Mason (as "Fenwick Faber"), Henry Miller (as "Wallace Aldcroft"). Produced by Henry Miller's Theater Co.
  • (1924) Stage Play: The Locked Door. Comedy. Written by Martin Lawton. Directed by Priestly Morrison. Cort Theatre: 19 Jun 1924- Jul 1924 (closing date unknown/20 performances). Cast: Hortense Alden (as "Marie"), John Davidson (as "Henri"), Reginald Mason (as "Frank Babbington"), Florence Shirley (as "Muriel Walling"), Charles Trowbridge (as "Richard Walling"), Eleanor Woodruff (as "Julia Babbington"). Produced by Jacob A. Weiser and Bela Blau.
  • (1924) Stage Play: Tiger Cats. Comedy-tragedy. Written by Karen Bramson. Based on a work by Michael Orme. Directed by David Belasco. Belasco Theatre: 21 Oct 1924- Dec 1924 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: William Boag, Henry Carvill, Katharine Cornell, Ruth Dayton, Ben Johnson, Robert Loraine, Rea Martin (as "Henriette"), Reginald Mason, Mary Servoss, Sydney Thompson. Produced by David Belasco.
  • (1924) Stage Play: The Man in Evening Clothes. Comedy. Written by André Picard and Yves Mirandeis. Translated by Ruth Chatterton. Henry Miller's Theatre: 5 Dec 1924- Dec 1924 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast: Joseph Bingham (as "A Man Patron"), Elmer Brown (as "Louis"), P.L. Carpenter (as "A Gentleman"), Irene Freeman (as "Coat Girl"), Marjorie Gateson (as "Gaby Cordier"), Alden Gay (as "A Lady"), Norma Havey (as "Cashier"), Valerie Jones (as "Margot"), Hubbard Kirkpatrick (as "Aristede/Orchestra Leader"), Irma Kornelia (as "Blanche"), Louis La Bey (as "First Waiter/Barkeeper"), William Lorenze (as "Maitre d'hôtel"), Reginald Mason (as "D'Allouville"), Kathryn Meredith (as "A Lady Patron"), Henry Miller (as "Count De Lussange"), L'Estrange Millman (as "Monjardin"), Carlotta Monterey (as "Germaine De Lussange"), Louis Morrell (as "Soyer"), Leonard Mudie (as "Guilde"), Grant Stewart (as "Buffetaute"), Lark Taylor (as "Secretary"), Ann Winston (as "Helene"), Marjorie Wood (as "Ninnette"). Produced by Henry Miller. Produced by arrangement with David Belasco and Charles B. Cochran.
  • (1925) Stage Play: The Dark Angel.
  • (1927) Stage Play: Immoral Isabella? Comedy/satire.
  • (1926) Stage Play: Pygmalion. Comedy (revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Dudley Digges. Guild Theatre: 15 Nov 1926- Mar 1927 (closing date unknown/143 performances). Cast included: Lynn Fontanne (as "Eliza Doolittle"), Thomas Meegan, Beryl Mercer, Henry Travers (as "Alfred Doolittle"), Reginald Mason (as "Henry Higgins").
  • (1927) Stage Play: Caste.
  • (1928) Stage Play: Heavy Traffic. Comedy.
  • (1929) Stage Play: Security. Written by Esme Wynne-Tyson. Directed by Stanley Logan. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 28 Mar 1929- Apr 1929 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Margaret Anglin, Howard Benton, Irene Brown, Hope Drown, Marjorie Gateson, Thurston Hall (as "James Mapleson"), Robert Harrigan, Anita Kerry, Eva Leonard Boyne (as "Lacey"), Reginald Mason (as "Ronnie Newton"), Charles Milward (as "Sir Daniel Merchant"), Florence Wessels. Produced by Lee Shubert.
  • (1931) Stage Play: Getting Married. Comedy (revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 30 Mar 1931- May 1931 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Romney Brent (as "Cecil Sykes"), Hugh Buckler (as "Reginald Bridgenorth"), Ernest Cossart (as "The General"), Peg Entwistle (as "Edith Bridgenorth"), Dorothy Gish (as "Leo"), Irby Marshall (as "Lesbia Grantham"), Reginald Mason (as "The Bishop"), Ralph Roeder (as "Oliver Cromwell Soames/Anthony"), Hugh Sinclair (as "St. John Hotchkiss"), Oscar Stirling (as "The Beadle"), Henry Travers (as "William Collins"), Helen Westley (as "Mrs. George Collins"), Margaret Wycherly (as "Mrs. Bridgenorth"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1947) He acted in St. John Irvine's play, "The First Mrs. Fraser," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Jane Crowl in the cast.
  • (December 25, 1937 to January 1, 1938) He acted in George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart's play," You Can't Take It With You," in a National Tour production at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Ethel Wilson, Sara Sherburne, Ruby Oliphant, Donald Foster, Joseph Allenton, Roy Johnson, John Marriott, Priestly Morrison, Florence Williams, King Calder, Glen Boles, Joseph Kallini, Harriet E. MacGibbon, Dorothy French, Clarence Oliver, Arthur Lipson, Donald Baker, and Ulla Kazanova in the cast. Donald Oenslager was set designer. George S. Kaufman was also director. Sam H. Harris was producer.

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