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  • (1902 - 1957) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1902) Stage Play: Everyman. Written by Peter Dorland. Directed by Ben Greet. Mendelssohn Hall (moved to Hoyt's Theatre from 3 Nov 1902- cir 6 Nov 1902, then moved to The New York Theatre from 17 Nov 1902- unknown, then moved to The Garden Theatre from 30 Mar 1903- close): 12 Oct 1902- May 1903 (closing date unknown/75 performances). Cast: Dallas Anderson [Broadway debut], St. Clair Bayfield, J. Sayre Crawley, Stanley Drewitt, Ben A. Field, R.H. Forster, Hooper Gilmore, S.H. Goodwyn, Charles Kennedy, Dorothy Mahomed, Edith Wynne Matthison, George Riddell, Percy Waram [Broadway debut], Frank H. Westerton, Beatrice Whitney. Produced by Charles Frohman, The Elizabethan Society of London and Ben Greet.
  • (1904) Stage Play: Twelfth Night. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Knickerbocker Theatre: 8 Feb 1904- Feb 1904 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: C. Leslie Allen, Viola Allen, Frank Andrews, F.J. Bennett, John Blair, John Craig, Frank Currier, Grace Elliston, Clarence Handyside, Edwin Howard, John C. Lane, Robinson Newbold, E. Percival Stevens, Robert Tate, Zeffie Tilbury, Percy Waram, James Young. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1904) Stage Play: Twelfth Night. Comedy (revival). Special Music by Oscar Weil. Written by William Shakespeare. Knickerbocker Theatre: 22 Feb 1904- Mar 1904 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Dallas Anderson, St. Clair Bayfield, Cecil A. Collins, J. Sayre Crawley, B.A. Field, R.H. Forster, S.H. Goodwyn, Ben Greet, Charles Kennedy, Edith Wynne Matthison, Millicent McLaughlin, Alys Rees, George Riddell, Roy Dana Tracy, Percy Waram, Henry Willis. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1907) Stage Play: The Merchant of Venice. Comedy (revival/production played in repertory with Macbeth, As You Like It, Julius Caesar, Much Ado About Nothing, Twelfth Night, Masks and Faces, Everyman). Written by William Shakespeare. Garden Theatre: 4 Mar 1907- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: St. Clair Bayfield, Eugene Cleves, Lucia Cole, John Danne, Redmond Flood, Sydney Greenstreet [Broadway debut], Ben Greet, G. Brengle Hare, Joseph Honor, Frank McEntee, Olive Noble [erroneously credited as Olive Nible], Julia Perkins, Milton Rosmer, Frederick Sargent, Agnes Scott, Dame Sybil Thorndike, Percy Waram.
  • (1909) Stage Play: The Barber of New Orleans. Written by Edward Childs Carpenter [earliest Broadway credit]. Daly's Theatre: 15 Jan 1909- 5 Feb 1909 (27 performances). Cast: Gertrude Augarde, Alice Belmore, Lionel Belmore, Frank Bendtsen, Berton Churchill, H. Cooper Cliffe, William Faversham, Leonie Flugrath, Charles Harbury, Frank A. Lyon, John May, Olive Oliver, Julie Opp, Harry Redding, Morton Selten, Percy Waram. Produced by William Faversham.
  • (1909) Stage Play: The Debtors. Written by Margaret Mayo. Based the German of Fritz Von Schoenthan [final Broadway adaptation credit]. Based on "Little Dorritt" by Charles Dickens. Bijou Theatre: 12 Oct 1909- Oct 1909 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Digby Bell (as "William Dorritt"), St. Clair Bayfield, W. George Bennett, Kathleen Clifford, Arthur De Breanski, Francis Fay, Courtenay Foote, Edward H. Kelly, Della Knight, Frederick Powell, Frances Ross, Willie Ross, Paul Scardon, F. Percival Stevens, Glen Thomas, Percy Waram. Produced by Allison-Ziegler Co.
  • (1909) Stage Play: The Fires of Fate. Written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Liberty Theatre: 28 Dec 1909- Jan 1910 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Edwin Brandt, Grace Carlyle, Charn-Chaudra-Sen, Courtenay Foote, Helen Freeman, Ina Hammer, William Hawtrey, F.E. Hill, Thomas R. Mills, Hale Norcross, Ernest Perrin, Paul Pillington, Robert Reese, Hamilton Revelle, George Trader, Percy Waram. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1916) Stage Play: Somebody's Luggage. Written by Mark Swan. Based 0n the book by F.J. Randall. 48th Street Theatre: 28 Aug 1916- Oct 1916 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Robert Ayrton, Betty Bellairs, Lionel Belmore, Clifford Brooke [Broadway debut], Ronald Byram, Homer Granville, George Manning, Beryl Mercer, Charles Peyton, James T. Powers, Georges Renavent, Tom Rogers, Beatrice Terry, Percy Waram. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1921) Stage Play: The Married Woman. Comedy (revival). Written by C.B. Fernald. Directed by C.A. DeLima. Princess Theatre: 24 Dec 1921- Feb 1922 (closing date unknown/51 performances). Cast: Marsh Allen (as "Henry Matthewson"), Margaret Dale (as "Alice Matthewson"), Anna Gaston (as "Maidservant at William Temple's"), Mrs. Edmund Gurney (as "Mrs. Temple"), Charles Herbert (as "Manservant at Hugh Dellamy's"), Beatrice Maude (as "Sylvia Temple"), Ida Molthen (as "Maidservant at Hugh Dellamy's"), Edmond Norris (as "Footman at George Herbert's"), Grant Stewart (as "William Temple"), Norman Trevor (as "Hugh Dellamy"), Percy Waram (as "George Herbert"). Produced by Norman Trevor.
  • (1922) Stage Play: The Shadow.
  • (1922) Stage Play: The Lucky One.
  • (1922) Stage Play: The Tidings Brought to Mary.
  • (1923) Stage Play: A Love Scandal. Comedy. Written by Carlos de Navarro and Sydney Stone. Ambassador Theatre: 17 Nov 1923- Dec 1923 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Marjorie Chard (as "Lady Armsford"), Charlotte Granville (as "Aunt Jeanne"), Mona Kingsley (as "Constance Adair"), Edith Taliaferro (as "Bettina Tilton"), Norman Trevor (as "Dr. Besson, afterwards Arthur Presby"), Percy Waram (as "Winthrop Field"). Produced by Calvert Inc.
  • (1925) Stage Play: Cape Smoke. Written by Walter Archer Frost. Directed by A.E. Anson. Martin Beck Theatre: 16 Feb 1925- May 1925 (closing date unknown/104 performances). Cast: Francis Corbie (as "Witch Doctor"), Frazer Coulter (as "Doctor Hammerstone"), Alice Dunn (as "Ann Netherby"), Donald Lashley (as "Umtata"), Chandler Myers (as "Bank Messenger"), Horace Pollock (as "Neal"), James Rennie (as "John Ormsby"), Georges E. Romain (as "Sybout Jacobus Zelig"), Nathaniel Sack (as "Bomba"), Louis Schooler (as "as "Kudu"), John Davenport Seymour (as "Gregory Bradbroke"), Ruth Shepley (as "Catherine Bradbroke"), Allan Waith (as "Sixpence"), Henry Walters (as "Diggy"), Percy Waram (as "Hugh Chadwell"), Sir Gerard Maxwell Willshire (as "Jim Fraser"). Produced by Charles K. Gordon.
  • (1925) Stage Play: Hamlet.
  • (1926) Stage Play: Hangman's House. Drama.
  • (1928) Stage Play: The Shanghai Gesture. Melodrama (revival). Written by John Colton. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Century Theatre: 13 Feb 1928- Feb 1928 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Beatrice Bayard (as "Apprentice Mouse"), Langdon Bruce (as "Ex-Envoy Mandarin Koo Lot Foo"), Conrad Cantzen (as "Lin Chi"), C. Haviland Chappell (as "Caesar Hawkins"), Georgia Decker (as "Ni Pau, Lost Petal"), Louie Emery (as "Ching Chang Mary"), Mary Fowler (as "Poppy"), C. Henry Gordon (as "Prince Oshima"), Gladys Heaney (as "Mrs. Dudley Gregory"), Frank Hotaling (as "Dudley Gregory"), Mayme Kelso (as "Lady Blessington"), Bobby Lee (as "Apprentice Mouse"), Eunice Lyle (as "Mme. Le Comptesse de Michot"), Charles Mather (as "M. Le Compte de Michot"), J. Carrol Naish [credited as J. Carrol Nash] (as "Don Querebro d'Achuna"), Margarita Orlova (as "Donna Querebro d'Achuna"), Helen Ray (as "Apprentice Mouse"), Florence Reed (as "Mother Goddam"), Percy Waram (as "Sir Guy Charteris"), Henry Warwick (as "Sir John Blessington, Port Judge"), Ruth Weeker (as "Apprentice Mouse"). Produced by A.H. Woods.
  • (1928) Stage Play: Major Barbara. Comedy (revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 19 Nov 1928- Jan 1929 (closing date unknown/84 performances).
  • (1930) Stage Play: Elizabeth the Queen. Historical drama. Written by Maxwell Anderson. Stage Manager: Leonard Loan. Assistant Stage Mgr: Bretaigne Windust and Jerome Mayer. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 3 Nov 1930- Mar 1931 (closing date unknown/147 performances). Cast: Lynn Fontanne (as "Elizabeth"), Alfred Lunt (as "Lord Essex"), Mab Anthony, Curtis Arnall, Royal Beal, Michael Borodin, James A. Boshell, Phoebe Brand, Charles Brokaw (as "A Courier"/Heming"), Robert Caille, Morris Carnovsky (as "Francis Bacon"), 'Robert Conness' (as "Lord Burghley"), John Ellsworth, Thomas Eyre, George Fleming, Philip Foster, Edla Frankau, Arthur Hughes, Louise Huntington, Whitford Kane (as "Burbage"), Anita Kerry, Perry King, Henry Lase, Barry Macollum, Guy Moore, Edward Oldfield, Stanley Ruth, Vincent Sherman (as "A Herald"), Percy Waram (as "Sir Walter Raleigh"), Nick Wiger, James Wiley, Annabelle Williams. Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1932) Stage Play: The Dubarry. Musical/operetta. Lyrics by Rowland Leigh. Music by Carl Millocker. Music arranged by Theo Mackaben. Libretto adapted by Rowland Leigh and Desmond Carter. From the German libretto of Paul Knepler and J.M. Willeminsky. Based on "Grafin Dubarry" by F. Zell and Richard Genee. Musical Director: Gustave Salzer. Scenic Design and Costume Design by Vincente Minnelli. Orchestra under direction of Gustave Salzer. Directed by Austin O. Huhn. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 22 Nov 1932- 4 Feb 1933 (87 performances). Cast: Charles Angelo (as "Baron Chamard"), Jean Audree (as "Suzanne/Lady of the Ensemble"), Fenton Barrett (as "Prince de Soubise"), Herman Belmonte (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Ethel Britton (as "Maid to Madame DuBarry/Lady of the Ensemble"), Nana Bryant (as "Marechale de Luxenbourg"), John Clarke (as "Comte Lammond"), Patricia Clarke (as "Ninon/Lady of the Ensemble"), Joyce Coles (as "La Camargo"), Harold Crane (as "Comte Bordeneau"), L. Davis (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Madaline De Sauter (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Henry Devitt (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Max Figman (as "Duc de Choiseul"), Melba Forsythe (as "Elise/Lady of the Ensemble"), Mildred Gethers (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Mildred Gethins (as "Landlady"), Clare Gould (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Marion Green (as "Louis XV"), Ruth Haidt (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Ruth Hale (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), J. Horn (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Lo Iven (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Pert Kelton (as "Margot"), Jeane Kroll (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Verta Kunkel (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Jack Lee (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Stanley Lipton (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Eleanor Manning (as "Violet/Lady of the Ensemble"), Marjory Marlow (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Howard Marsh (as "Rene Lavallery"), Paula Maysak (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Marjory Miller (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Tully Millet (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Grace Moore (as "Jeanne"), Robinson Newbold (as "Marquis de la Marche"), Iris Newton (as "Gwen May/Lady of the Ensemble"), Leslie Ostrander (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Paul Owen (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), James Philips (as "Comte Fragonard"), Roberta Pierre (as "Therese/Lady of the Ensemble"), Rolande Poucel (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Helen Raymond (as "Madame Sauterelle"), Jack Rees (as "Prince Lavery"), M. Remnek (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Marie Rio (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Lolita Robertson (as "Madame Libille"), Arthur Roland (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Carl Rose (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Alexis Sandersen (as "Hubert Oronais"), Marion Santre (as "Josephine/Lady of the Ensemble"), Len Saxon (as "La Jeune Moreau"), May Sigler (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Georgine Stokes (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Vivian Vernon (as "Sophie/Lady of the Ensemble"), Percy Waram (as "Comte DuBarry"), Alma Wertley (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Esther Whetton (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Craig Williams (as "Maitre Cascal"), Jerry Williams (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Helen Withers (as "Didine/Lady of the Ensemble"). Produced by Morris Green and Tillie Leblang. Produced by arrangement with Crescendo Theatreverlag.
  • (1934) Stage Play: Picnic. Written by Gretchen Damrosch. Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman. Directed by Kaye Lowe. National Theatre: 2 May 1934- 3 May 1934 (2 performances). Cast: Jean Adair (as "Helene"), Frieda Altman (as "Mademoiselle"), Olive Corn (as "Mona"), Esther Dale (as "Lois"), Marvin Kline, Fred Leslie (as "Wallace"), Millard Mitchell (as "Guba"), Hugh Rennie (as "Mr. Mooney"), Joanna Roos (as "Vera"), Jan Ullrich (as "Larson"), Percy Waram (as "Robert"). Produced by Arthur J. Beckhard.
  • (1935) Stage Play: Living Dangerously. Drama. Written by Reginald Simpson and Frank Gregory. Directed by Harry Wagstaff Gribble. Morosco Theatre: 12 Jan 1935- Jan 1935 (unknown closing date/9 performances). Cast: John Bramall (as "Logan"), Reginald Carrington (as "Sir Barnaby Rutland"), Jack Daniels (as "Ashton Barnes"), Boyd Davis (as "Detective Inspector Webster"), Charles Esdale (as "H. Ashley Montague"), Phoebe Foster (as "Helen"), Reneé Gadd (as "Vera Kennedy"), John Harrington (as "Garrett Gale"), Alf Helton (as "Edward Tottenham"), Kenneth Hunter (as "Mr. Lloyd, K.C."), A.P. Kaye (as "Sir George Parker, K.C."), Frank Kingdon (as "Dr. Lingard"), Gertrude Maitland (as "Lady Annerley"), Charles Martin (as "H.A.C. Tomlinson"), Fuller Mellish (as "Sir Guy Wells"), Neville Percy (as "Major Courtney Williams"), Arthur W. Rowe (as "Sir. James Bolton"), Guy Standing (as "George Winthrop"), Conway Tearle (as "David Norton"), Percy Waram (as "Henry Pryor"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1935) Stage Play: Pride and Prejudice. Comedy. Dramatized by Helen Jerome. Based on the novel by: Jane Austen. Music arranged by Alexander Haas. Musical Direction by Alexander Haas. Stage Manager: Eddie Sobol. Assistant Stage Mgr: Jock Munro. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Robert B. Sinclair. Plymouth Theatre: 5 Nov 1935- May 1936 (closing date unknown/219 performances). Cast: Adrianne Allen, Stephen Appleby, Gail Bolger, Frances Brandt, Helen Chandler (as "Jane Bennet"), Jeannette Chinley, Chouteau Dyer, Brenda Forbes, John Halloran, Nancy Hamilton, Ferdi B. Hoffman (as "A Second Young Man"), James Jolley, Colin Keith-Johnston (as "Mr. Darcy"), Alma Kruger (as "Lady Catherine de Bourgh") [final Broadway role], Kathleen Moran, Hugh Nevill, Viola Roache (as "Mrs. Gardiner"), Dorothy Scott, Harold Scott, John Davenport Seymour, Harold Thomas, Joan Tompkins, Percy Waram (as "Mr. Bennet"), Lucile Watson, Edwina Wise, Dare Wright. Produced by Max Gordon.
  • (1936) Stage Play: St. Helena. Drama. Written by R.C. Sherriff and Jeanne De Casalis. Scenic Design and Costume Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Robert B. Sinclair. Lyceum Theatre: 6 Oct 1936- Nov 1936 (closing date unknown/63 performances). Cast: Paul Adams, Robert Ansteth, Stephen Ker Appleby, Harry Bellaver (as "The Abbe Vignali"), Stephen Courtleigh, Samuel Danzig, Lewis Dayton, Joseph De Santis, Jules Epailly (as "Cipriani"), Maurice Evans (as "Napoleon"), Edward Fielding, Whitford Kane (as "Dr. O'Meara"), Jack Kelly, Marc Loebell, Joseph Macaulay, Reginald Mason (as "General Count Betrand"), Charles F. O'Connor, Francis Pierlot (as "The Abbe Buonovita"), Rosamond Pinchot, Paul Porter, Edward Ryan Jr., Kay Strozzi (as "Countess Montholon"), Barry Sullivan (as "St. Denis"), Joyce Walsh, Percy Waram (as "Sir Hudson Lowe"), Alan Wheatley. Produced by Max Gordon.
  • (1936) Stage Play: The Country Wife. Comedy. Written by William Wycherley. Directed by Gilbert Miller. Henry Miller's Theatre: 1 Dec 1936- Feb 1937 (closing date unknown/89 performances). Cast: Stephen Ker Appleby (as "Mr. Dorilant"), Edith Atwater (as "Mrs. Dainty Fidget, sister of Sir Jasper"), Violet Besson (as "Old Lady Squeamish"), Roger Blankenship (as "Ensemble"), Irene Browne (as "My Lady Fidget"), Flora Campbell (as Ensemble"), George Carr (as "A Quack"), Louis Dayton (as "Parson"), Salo Douday (as "Ensemble"), Catherine Emburie (as "Ensemble"), Ruth Gordon (as "Mrs. Margery Pinchwife"), George Graham (as "Sir Jasper Fidget"), David Gray (as "Ensemble"), Frances Greet (as "Ensemble"), Louis Hector (as "Mr. Sparkish"), Raymond Johnson (as "Boy"), William Justus (as "Ensemble"), Linda Lee (as "Ensemble"), Roger Livesey (as "Mr. Horner"), Elizabeth Malloch (as "Ensemble"), Helena Pickard (as "Mrs. Squeamish"), Anthony Quayle (as "Mr. Harcourt") [Broadway debut], Warren Reid (as "Ensemble"), Lewis Sealy (as "Ensemble"), Reginald Stanborough Ensemble"), Donald Stevens (as "Ensemble"), Alice Thompson (as "Ensemble"), Helen Trenholme (as "Miss Alithea, sister of Pinchwife"), Jane Vaughn (as "Lucy, Alithea's maid"), Percy Waram (as "Mr. Pinchwife"). Produced by Gilbert Miller. Produced in association with Helen Hayes.
  • (1938) Stage Play: The Merchant of Yonkers. Farce. Written by Thornton Wilder, from the comedy by Johann Nestroy. Directed by Max Reinhardt. Guild Theatre: 28 Dec 1938- Jan 1939 (closing date unknown/39 performances). Cast: John Call, Philip Coolidge, Tom Ewell, Frances Harison, Edward Nannery, Minna Phillips, Maida Reade, Bartlett Robinson, Peter Struwel, Joseph Sweeney, June Walker (as "Miss Molly"), Percy Waram (as "Horace Vandergelder"), Carrie Weller, Nydia Westman, Max Willenz. Produced by Herman Shumlin.
  • (1944) Stage Play: The Late George Apley.
  • (1946) Stage Play: Another Part of the Forest.
  • (1948) Stage Play: Anne of the Thousand Days. Historical drama. Written by Maxwell Anderson. Lighting and Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Incidental music by Lehman Engel. Directed by H.C. Potter. Shubert Theatre: 8 Dec 1948- 8 Oct 1949 (288 performances). Cast: Rex Harrison, Joyce Redman, Terence Anderson, Kathleen Bolton, Cecil Clovelly (as "Servant/Prior Houghton"), Donald Conrad, Fred A. Cotton, Robert Duke, Charles Ellis, Charles Francis, Russell Gaige, Margaret Garland (as "Madge Shelton"), Harry Irvine (as "Bishop Fisher"), Viola Keats (as "Elizabeth Boleyn"), Monica Lang (as "Jane Seymour"), Richard Leone (as "Singer"), Ludlow Maury (as "Servant"), Harold McGee (as "Bailiff/Musician/Royal Servant"), John Merivale (as "Mark Smeaton"), Frank Myers (as "Singer"), Wendell K. Phillips (as "Thomas Cromwell"), Louise Platt (as "Mary Boleyn"), Harry Selby, Allan Stevenson (as "Henry Norris"), Percy Waram (as "Cardinal Wolsey"), Malcolm Wells, John Williams. Replacement actors: Francis Bethencourt (as "Royal Servant"), George Collier (as "Prior Houghton"), Walter Matthau (as "Royal Servant/Servant") [Broadway debut], Polly Rowles (as "Mary Boleyn"). Produced by The Playwrights' Company and Leland Hayward. Note: Filmed as Anne of the Thousand Days (1969).
  • (1952) Stage Play: The Gambler.
  • (1954) Stage Play: Reclining Figure.
  • (1955) Stage Play: The Chalk Garden. Comedy. Written by Enid Bagnold. Scenic Design by Cecil Beaton. Costume Design by Cecil Beaton. Lighting Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Albert Marre. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 26 Oct 1955- 31 Mar 1956 (182 performances). Cast: Gladys Cooper (as "Mrs. St. Maugham"), Siobhan McKenna (as "First Applicant/Miss Madrigal"), Marian Seldes (as "Olivia"), Betsy von Furstenberg, Percy Waram, Fritz Weaver (as "Maitland"), Georgia Harvey (as "Second Applicant"), Eva Leonard Boyne (as "Third Applicant") [final Broadway role], Marie Paxton (as "Nurse"). Replacement actors during run: Lori March (as "Olivia"). Produced by Irene Mayer Selznick.
  • (1957) Stage Play: Monique.

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