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  • (1907) Stage: Wrote "The Orchid", produced on Broadway. Musical comedy. Featuring songs with lyrics by Paul Rubens, Leslie Mayne, Edward P. Moran, Will Heelan and Vincent Bryan. Directed by Frank Smithson. Herald Square Theatre (moved to The Casino Theatre from 2 Sep 1907 to 14 Sep 1907 then to The Academy of Music from 2 Mar 1908 to close): 8 Apr 1907-Mar 1908 (closing date unknown/194 performances).
  • (1910) Stage: Wrote "Madame Sherry", produced on Broadway. Musical. Featuring songs with lyrics by Junie McCree and Edward Madden. Directed by George W. Lederer. New Amsterdam Theatre: 30 Aug 1910-11 Mar 1911 (231 performances).
  • (1911) Stage: Wrote "The Happiest Night of His Life", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Directed by George W. Lederer. Criterion Theatre: 20 Feb 1911-11 Mar 1911 (24 performances).
  • (November 20, 1911 - February 24, 1912) Broadway stage play: "Vera Violetta". Book by Leonard Liebling and Harold Atteridge. Directed by Lewis Morton. Winter Garden Theatre 112 performances; played in repertory with "Undine").
  • (1912) Stage Play: A Night with the Pierrots/Sesostra/The Whirl of Society.
  • (1912) Stage Play: Two Little Brides. Musical comedy.
  • (November 20, 1912 - January 25, 1913) Broadway stage play: "(From) Broadway to Paris". Book by George Bronson Howard, Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by George Bronson-Howard, Harold Atteridge. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Winter Garden Theatre 77 performances.
  • (January 23, 1913 - March 8, 1913) Broadway stage play: "The Man with Three Wives". Book by Agnes Morgan, Paul M. Potter and Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge and Paul M. Potter. Directed by William J. Wilson and J.C. Huffman. Weber and Fields' Music Hall 52 performances).
  • (February 6, 1913 - June 4, 1913) Broadway stage play: "The Honeymoon Express". Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Winter Garden Theatre: 156 performances).
  • (July 24, 1913 - September 1913) Broadway stage play: "The Passing Show of 1913". Book and lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Winter Garden Theatre: 58 performances.
  • (1913) Stage: Wrote book / lyrics for "The Passing Show of 1913", produced on Broadway (revival).
  • (January 10, 1914 - May 30, 1914) Broadway stage play: "The Whirl of the World". Book by Harold Atteridge. Directed by William J. Wilson. Winter Garden Theatre: 161 performances.
  • (1914) Stage Play: The Belle of Bond Street. Musical.
  • (June 1, 1914 - September 3, 1914) Broadway stage play: "The Passing Show of 1914". Book and lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 133 performances.
  • (October 10, 1914 - February 13, 1915) Broadway stage play: "Dancing Around". Book and lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Directed by James C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 145 performances.
  • (February 18, 1915 - May 22, 1915) Broadway stage play: "Maid in America". Book and lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Directed by James C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 108 performances.
  • (March 2, 1915 - June 5, 1915) Broadway stage play: "The Peasant Girl". Lyrics by Herbert Reynolds and Harold Atteridge. Directed by J.C. Huffman and J.H. Benrimo. 44th Street Theatre: 111 performances.
  • (1915) Stage Play: The Passing Show of 1915. Musical revue.
  • (July 22, 1915 - September 3, 1915) Broadway stage play: "Hands Up". Additional lyrics by Harold Atteridge, Cole Porter, Grant Clarke, and William Jerome. Directed by J.H. Benrimo. 44th Street Theatre: 52 performances.
  • (August 5, 1915 - June 1916) Broadway stage play: "The Blue Paradise". Additional lyrics by Harold Atteridge, Blanche Merrill, and Cecil Lean. Directed by J.H. Benrimo. Casino Theatre (moved to The 44th Street Theatre from 29 May 1916 to close): 356 performances.
  • (October 14, 1915 - January 22, 1916) Broadway stage play: "A World of Pleasure". Book and lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Directed by James C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 116 performances.
  • (December 25, 1915 - January 22, 1916) Broadway stage play: "Ruggles of Red Gap". Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Directed by J.H. Benrimo. Fulton Theatre: 33 performances.
  • (February 17, 1916 - June 10, 1916) Broadway stage play: "Robinson Crusoe, Jr.". Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Directed by James C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 139 performances.
  • (1916) Stage: Wrote book / lyrics for "The Passing Show of 1916" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Sigmund Romberg and Otto Motzan. Additional music by Harry Tierney, Egbert Van Alstyne and Clifton Crawford. Additional lyrics by Clifton Crawford and Gus Kahn. Musical Direction by Oscar Radin. Scenic Design by Edward Sundquist, A.W. Street, P. Dodd Ackerman, Dodge and Castle, Wickes, Unitt and Pelzon & Carson. Costume Design by Faibsey, Mme. Kahn, Hilarie Mahieu & Co. and Homer Conant. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster. Directed by Jacob J. Shubert and James C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 22 Jun 1916-21 Oct 1916 (140 performances). Cast: Mildred Anderson, Ted Andrews, Jane Angardi, George Baldwin, Elsie Bambrick, Jane Barton, Gussie Berg, Adolf Blome, Jack Boyle, Julia Bozzo, Bly Brown, David Brown, Millie Carlson, Bert Clark, James Clemons, Margaret Coghlan, George Collins, Guy Collins, Charlotte Cushman, Hattie Darling, Marjorie Dayton, Billie De Hon, Ann Delmore, Andrew Demarest, Frances Demarest, Ethel Dennison, Harry DeWitt, William Dunn, Elsie Durant, Pearl Eaton, Peggy Eleanore, Nancy Everett, Henrietta Faust, The Ford Sisters, Adele Forrest, Eleanore Franke, Ada Fuld, Betty Gans, Wilma Garrison, Bob Gilbert, Marion Glover, Dorothy Godfrey, Muriel Greil, Mabel Grete, Dolly Hackett, Agnes Hall, Grace Hall, Ona Hamilton, Andrew Harper, William Harper, Adrien Hayes, Harold Healy, William Healy, Mabel Hill, Stella Hoban, Flo Howe, James Hussey, Crissie Joss, Grace Keeshon, Mabel Kelly, Grace Kushan, Grace Langdon, Madeline Levine, Polly Lorimer, Ma-Belle, Charles Mack, Mona Mahler, Charlotte Marmont, Barbara McCree, Frank McMasters, Harry McMasters, Dolores Mendez, Emily Miles, Clyde Miller, Sophie Mills, Beryl Mobis, Florence Moore, Elida Morris, Ruth Murphy, Bud Murray, Mitzi Nada, Gertie Neilan, Blanche Parks, Evelyn Parks, Marion Parks, Ann Pauley, William H. Philbrick, Esther Pierce, Leonore Puron, Ruth Randall, Trixie Raymond, Agnes Richter, Matt Riordan, Clarence Rockwell, Vera Roehm, Saranoff, Peggy Smith, Abbie Stewart, Thamara Swirskaia, John Swor, Herman Timberg, Gladys Turner, Mazibelle Valeta, Mae Vaughan, Leila Von Holk, Fred Walton, Dorothy West, Ethel Westie, Lovett Wilder, Charles Wilson, Ed Wynn. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1916) Stage Play: The Show of Wonders. Musical revue.
  • (1917) Stage Play: The Passing Show of 1917. Musical revue. Book by Harold Atteridge. Music by Sigmund Romberg and Otto Motzan. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Musical Director: Oscar Radin. Additional music by Clifton Crawford, Benjamin Hapgood Burt, Ted Snyder, Burton Green and Harry Tierney. Additional lyrics by Clifton Crawford, Joe Young, Sam M. Lewis, Benjamin Hapgood Burt, Burton Green, Irene Franklin and Alfred Bryan. Musical Staging by Allan K. Foster. Choreographed by Jack Manning. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 26 Apr 1917- 13 Oct 1917 (196 performances). Cast: Claude Allen, Effie Allen, Ted Andrews, Fred Ardath, Franklyn Batie, Gussie Berg, Kitty Berg, Henry Bergman, Hazel Black, Betty Brown, Nat Carr, Nell Carrington, Gladys Clark, E.B. 'Zeke' Colvan, Dolly Connolly, John Crone, Muriel Dae, Babe Dakin, Louise Dale, Jefferson De Angelis, Andrew Demarest, Peggie Dempsey, Adrienne Dillon, Johnny Dooley, Florence Elmore, Murray Evans, Nancy Everett, Dudley Farnsworth, Inez Francis, Irene Franklin, Elsie Froehlich, Ada Fuld, Bobbie Gaylor, Dorothy Godfrey, Yvonne Gouraud, Burton Green, Lenora Greenwood, Lillian Griffith, Agnes Hall, Grace Hall, Rae Hartley, DeWolf Hopper Sr., Grace Keeshon, Gladys Kelley, Helen Kelley, Donald Kerr, Elvira Kramer, Mildred La Gue, Marjorie Lane, Eleanor Leigh, Lois Leigh, Evelyn LeRoy, Tom Lewis, Wanda Lyon, James Mack, Carolyn Maywood, Bobbie McCree, Ed. McHenry, Dolores Mendez, Emily Miles, Clyde Miller, John Miller, Marilyn Miller [credited as Marilynn Miller], John Mills, Helen Montague, Marion Mooney, Glory Mora, John T. Murray, Marie Nordstrom, O.E. Patapovitch, Vera Pearsall, Stafford Pemberton, Edith Pierce, Rosie Quinn, Viola Quinn, Frances Ramey, Trixie Raymond, Jessie Reed, Nora Reed, John Ross, Tess Rubin, Yvette Rugel, Edna Russell, Charles 'Chic' Sale, Dorothy Scofield, George Shiller, Rae Shirley, William Singer, Daniel Sparks, Jean Staples, Clay Stearns, Reba Stewart, Thamara Swirskaia, Charles Thatcher, John Thomas, Fay Tunis, Alice Van Ryker, Leila Von Holk, Irene Wallace, Lorraine Waters, Effie Weston. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1917) Stage Play: Doing Our Bit. Musical revue. Book by Harold Atteridge. Music by Sigmund Romberg and Herman Timberg. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Musical Direction by Oscar Radin. Additional music by Anatol Friedland, Al Piantadosi, Fred Fisher, Nat Osborne, Billy Frisch, Howard Johnson and Henry Leslie. Additional lyrics by Billy Frisch, Alfred Bryan, Henry Lewis, L. Wolfe Gilbert, Al Wilson, Joseph McCarthy, Sam Ehrlich, Howard Johnson and Henry Leslie. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster. Production Supervised by Jacob J. Shubert. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 18 Oct 1917- 9 Feb 1918 (130 performances). Cast: Sam Ash, Elsie Bambrick, Kitty Berg, Tina Bidekoff, Rose Birdenfild, Gertrude Blake, David Brown, Eduardo Cansino, Elsa Cancino, Millie Carlson, Frank Carter, Rebekah Cauble, Chilson-Ohrman, Viola Clarens, James Clemons, Beatrice Cloak, Edna Commerford, George Coogan, James J. Corbett, Mildred Coughlan, Dorothy Court, Dorothy Coyle, Rose Coyle, Aieda Crucini, Babe Dakin, Beatrice De Roe, Anna DeLaurentis, Helen DeSeife, Harry DeWitt, Adrienne Dillon, Rosetta Duncan, Vivian Duncan, Ilene Edwards, Florence Elmore, Joe Evans, Nancy Everett, Virginia Fissinger, Jeane Fowler, Inez Francis, Mazibelle Glover, Miriam Glover, Sheila Goffe, Rose Goldhair, Mattie Gromley, Andrew Harper, Rae Hartley, C.L. Henderson, Mildred Holliday, Corinne Jackson, Sylvia Jason, Charles Judels, Roma June, Grace Keeshon, Mabel Kelly, Marie Kennedy, Allison King, Mildred La Gue, Elsie LaMont, Gwendolyn LeMassena, Helen Leonard, Adah Baker Lewis, Henry Lewis, Hilda Major, Charlotte Marmont, Virginia May, Carolyn Maywood, Barbara McCree, Ed. McHenry, Frank McMasters, Vera Mercer, Clyde Miller, Sophie Mills, Irene Mitchell, James Monohan, Helen Montague, Marion Mooney, Bud Murray, Bud Murry, Mitzi Nada, Leah Norah, Lucile Panteloff, Blanche Parks, Evelyn Parks, Marion Parks, Anna Paula, Mary Pell, Helen Pennell, Augusta Pessman, Edith Pierce, Leonore Puron, Hattie Rand, Jessie Reed, Nora Reed, Vera Roehm, Aileen Rooney, Nida Rose, Adele Rudolph, Billie Sheridan, Ingrid Slettengren, Floyd Snyder, Katherine Stang, Jean Staples, Reba Stewart, Ed Stokem, Ethel Sturges, Mildred Symons, Lola Taylor, Fay Teller, Herman Timberg, Frank Tinney, Fay Tunis, Gladys Turner, Rose Villa, Leila Von Holk, Henrietta Wall, Dolly Wallace, Eugene White, Edna Whitney, Ruby Whitney, Florence Wilde, Winona Wilkins, Ailene Wilmer, Ed Wynn. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1917) Stage Play: Over the Top. Musical revue. Book by Philip Bartholomae and Harold Atteridge. Music by Sigmund Romberg. Additional numbers by Herman Timberg. Lyrics by Matthew C. Woodward and Charles Manning. Musical Director: Frank Tours. Additional lyrics by Philip Bartholomae. Additional music by Frank Carter. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Lew Fields' 44th Street Roof Garden: 28 Nov 1917- 2 Feb 1918 (78 performances). Cast: Miss Arnold, Adele Astaire, Fred Astaire, Anita Baldwin, Muriel Barnes, T. Roy Barnes, Anna Berg, Aleen Bronson, Bly Brown, Craig Campbell, Clara Carroll, Jean Carroll, Miss Cassidy, Florence Challenger, Kewpie Collier, Ray Conlin, Paul Cordes, Louise Dale, Harry Detlof, Mary Eaton, Miss Eden, Miss Edward, Miss Forbes, Aileen French, Ada Fuld, Justine Johnstone, Joe Laurie, Miss Levine, Beatrice Little, Martha Lorber, Ted Lorraine, Ma-Belle, Charles Mack, Molly Moore, Frank Murphy, Miss Murray, Dagmar Oakland [Broadway debut], Vivien Oakland, Betty Pierce, Miss Powell, Phyllis Prince, Jean Rebera, Rose Rolanda, Miss Rook, F. Rowe, Edna Russell, Emma Sharrock, Harry Sharrock, Beatrice Sommers, Miss Sortelle, Flo Summerville, Hal Taggart, Miss Warwick, Nina Whittmore, Hilda Wright, Miss Youde. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1918) Stage Play: Sinbad. Musical revue. Book by Harold Atteridge. Music by Sigmund Romberg. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Musical Numbers Arranged by Jack Mason. Additional music by Al Jolson, Jean Schwartz, Harry Tierney, Turner Layton and Albert Gumble [earliest Broadway credit]. Additional lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva, Gus Kahn, Alfred Bryan, Jack Yellen, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young, Henry Creamer and Irving Caesar. Orchestra under the direction of Oscar Radin. Ballets Arranged by Alexis Kosloff. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt, P. Dodd Ackerman, John H. Young and Ernest Gros. Costume Design by Cora MacGeachy, Homer Conant and Samuel Zalud. Directed by J.C. Huffman and Jacob J. Shubert. Winter Garden Theatre (moved to The Century Theatre from 2 Sep 1918- circa Oct 1918, then moved to The Casino Theatre from 14 Oct 1918- circa Nov 1918, then moved to The Winter Garden Theatre from 11 Nov 1918- circa Feb 1918, then moved to The 44th Street Theatre from 10 Feb 1919- close): 14 Feb 1918- 29 Mar 1919 (404 performances). Cast: Al Jolson (as "Gus/Inbad the Porter"), Roshanara (as "Fareast"), Jane Adams (as "Ensemble"), Franklyn Baite (as "Jack Randall, A Cobbler"), George Baker (as "Ensemble"), May Belle (as "May/Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girl/Ensemble"), Doris Benham (as "Doris/Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girl/Ensemble"), Johnny Berkes (as "Tapem/Johnny"), Molly Boulais (as "Ensemble"), Rose Boulais (as "Ensemble"), Virginia Fox Brooks (as "Nan Van Decker/A Slave Girl"), Dorothy Bruce (as "Dorothy"), Dot Bryant (as "Ensemble"), Milus Carpenter (as "Ensemble"), Viola Clarens (as "Ensemble"), Beatrice Cloak (as "Beatrice/Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girl/Ensemble"), Mabel Cloud (as "Ensemble"), Hazel Cox (as "Amina/Patricia De Trait/Love"), Kitty Doner (as "Prince Stubb Talmage"), Lawrence D'Orsay (as "Stephen Gilwater/The King of Serendib"), Gertrude Doyle (as "Gertrude/Ensemble"), Florence Elmore (as "Vivian/Ali Baba/Ensemble"), Edgar Atchinson Ely (as "Professor Graves/Kassin"), Constance Farber (as "Tessie Verdear/Goodfellowship"), Irene Farber (as "Jeanette Verdear"), Margaret Ferguson (as "Margaret/Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girl/Ensemble"), Flo Flandreaux (as "Ensemble"), Ella Foster (as "Ensemble"), Inez Francis (as "Ensemble"), Eleanore Franke (as "Eleanor/Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girl/Ensemble"), Pearl Germond (as "Isabel/Pearl/Ensemble"), Mattie Gormley (as "Ensemble"), Frank Grace (as "Kickem/Frank"), Ona Hamilton (as "Ensemble"), Rae Hartley (as "Inspiration/Rae/Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girl/Ensemble"), Van Buren Hartman (as "Ensemble"), Frank Holmes (as "Harry"), Kitty Holton (as "Ensemble"), Forrest Huff (as "Van Rennsellar Sinbad"), Mildred Kaye (as "Ensemble"), Harry Kearley (as "Tony/A Servant"), John Kearney (as "A Yogi/Geni"), Grace Keeshon (as "Wine/Ensemble"), Alexis Kosloff (as "Veritas/El Orient"), Mildred La Gue (as "Florence/Passion/Ensemble"), Elsie LaMont (as "Ensemble"), Grace Langdon (as "Grace/Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girl/Ensemble"), Jack Laughlin (as "Ensemble"), Eleanor Leigh (as "Ensemble"), Lois Leigh (as "Ensemble"), Henry LeVoy (as "Ensemble"), Marie Lorillard (as "Ensemble"), Charlotte Marmont (as "Charlotte/Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girl/Ensemble"), Billy Marr (as "Ensemble"), Bob McClellan (as "Mack"), Barbara McCree (as "Ensemble"), Vera Mercer (as "Marcelle/Ensemble"), Irene Mitchell (as "Ensemble"), Marion Mooney (as "Song/Ensemble"), Jean Morgan (as "Ensemble"), Evangeline Murray (as "Ensemble"), Edith Pierce (as "Ensemble"), Lorrelda Poppanny (as "Ensemble"), Peggy Purtell (as "Ensemble"), Trixie Raymond (as "Ensemble"), Yvette Reals (as "Ensemble"), Jessie Reed (as "Betty/Beauty/Ensemble"), Gertrude Reynolds (as "Ensemble"), Wade Riesemy (as "Ensemble"), Beatrice Seymour (as "Beatrice/Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girl/Ensemble"), Billie Sheridan (as "Ensemble"), Rheba Stewart (as "Ensemble"), Marian Stokes (as "Marian/Devotion/Ensemble"), Mae Terresfield (as "Ensemble"), Jean Thomas (as "Modesty/Ensemble"), George Thornton (as "Emil/Sinbad's Donkey"), Betty Touraine (as "Betty/Ensemble"), Jean Troupman (as "Ensemble"), Jean Troutman (as "Ensemble"), Fay Tunis (as "Ensemble"), Thelma Turnball (as "Beatrice/Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girl/Style/Ensemble"), Alice Van Ryker (as "Ensemble"), Fritzi Von Busing (as "Mrs. Van Decker/The Queen of Serendib"), Chandler Waldo (as "Ensemble"), Richard Warner (as "Ensemble"), Grace Washburn (as "A Court Lady/Harriet/Vampire"), Nora White (as "Mildred"), Edna Whitney (as "Ensemble"), Isabel Whitney (as "Ensemble"), Florence Wilde (as "Ensemble"), Mabel Withee (as "Princess Audrey Van Decker"), Beth Young (as "Marcelle/Leonora"), Rita Zalmani (as "Bagdad/Queen Butterfly"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1918) Stage Play: Follow the Girl. Musical comedy.
  • (1918) Stage Play: The Passing Show of 1918. Musical revue.
  • (1919) Stage Play: Monte Cristo, Jr. Musical extravaganza. Music by Sigmund Romberg and Jean Schwartz. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Musical Director: Frank Tours. Additional music by Maurice Abrahams, Fred E. Alhert and Earl Carroll. Additional lyrics by Earl Carroll, Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young. Musical Staging by Allan K. Foster. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 12 Feb 1919- 4 Oct 1919 (254 performances). Cast: Mary Adelaide (as "The Bride/Countess of Shamokin"), Adelaide & Hughes (as "Toy Dance"), Mabel Allen (as "Chorus"), Virginia Allen (as "Chorus"), DeOearia Anguillar (as "Chorus"), Sam Ash (as "Julian/Danglers"), Louise Atkinson (as "Chorus"), Beatrice Benton (as "Chorus"), Jeanne Berley (as "Chorus"), Anna Berry (as "Chorus"), Jewel Berry (as "Chorus"), Clem Bevins, Betty Brown (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Bruce (as "Chorus"), Gladys Buckridge (as "Gladys/Festal"), Jeane Cameron (as "Chorus"), Arthur Cardinal (as "A Keeper"), Lorraine Clarke (as "Chorus"), Fawn Conway (as "Florence/Chorus"), Ruth Coster (as "Chorus"), James Daley (as "Magistrate/Pierre DeTay/Chief Zalay"), Timothy Daley, Ella Darcy (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Dentone (as "Chorus"), Gordon Dooley (as "Wilbur/A Grizette"), William Dooley (as "Clarence/An Apache"), Mazie Elliott (as "Chorus"), Florence Elmore (as "Chorus"), Virginia Fissinger (as "Virginia/Sapphire/Danseuse"), Sylvia Ford (as "Chorus"), Ella Foster (as "Chorus"), Betty Francesco (as "Chorus"), Hazel Frisbie (as "Chorus"), Eva Fuller (as "Chorus"), Pearl Germonde (as "Chorus"), Mart Fuller Golden (as "Hector/Gendarme/The Jailer"), Patricia Gordon (as "Chorus"), Julia Grant (as "Chorus"), Gladys Gray (as "Chorus"), Margaret Green (as "Chorus"), Marion Haslop (as "Chorus"), Ralph Herz (as "Jameson/Reverend Fluffy Ruff"), Flo Howard (as "Chorus"), Anthony Hughes (as "Zeke/Morell/The Governor/Tarzan the Ape"), J.J. Hughes (as "The Groom"), Harriet Jacobs (as "Chorus"), Sydney Jarvis (as "Harry Sterling/Fernand"), Trixie Jennery (as "Topaz"), Anthony Jochim (as "Abe Faria/Gendarme/A Waiter/A Servant"), Mildred Johnson (as "Chorus"), John Kearns (as "Edward Francois"), Grace Keeshon (as "Chorus/Grace"), Virginia Kimber (as "Chorus"), Alfa Lanee (as "Chorus"), Adele Leroy (as "Chorus"), Tom Lewis (as "Mack/Vampa/Napoleon"), Roger Little (as "Gaston"), Jack Manning (as "The Minister"), Audrey Maple (as "Mercedes"), Helen Marche (as "Chorus"), Myrtle McLindon (as "Chorus"), Dolores Mendez (as "Chorus"), Beverly Miller (as "Chorus"), Phyllis Miller (as "Chorus"), Mabel Munson (as "Chorus"), Helen Neary (as "Chorus"), Helen Patterson (as "Annette/Chorus"), Edith Pierce (as "Chorus"), Beth Pitt (as "Chorus"), Lorrelda Poppanny (as "Chorus"), Charles Purcell (as "Monte/Dantes/The Count of Monte Cristo"), Gertrude Ray Kossar (as "Chorus"), Adele ReRoy (as "Chorus"), Flora Revalles (as "Yvonne/Haydee/Diamonda"), Myrtle Riggs (as "Chorus"), Mary Rinehart (as "Chorus"), Rose Rolanda (as "King Love/A Roman"), Aileen Rooney (as "Chorus"), 'Charles "Chic' Sale' (as "Jefferson Sap, Jr."), Muriel Seely (as "Chorus"), Shirley Sherman (as "Shirley/Emerald"), Orilla Smith (as "Chorus"), Lola Taylor (as "Chorus"), Jean Thomas (as "Ruby/Chorus"), Muriel Tindal (as "Matilda/Mme. Caderouse"), Katherine Van Pelt (as "Florence"), Alice Wagner (as "Chorus"), Esther Walker (as "Daisy"), Fanny Watson (as "Helen/Constantinopla"), Kitty Watson (as "Maisie/Maizdes/Queen Josephine"), Viola Watson (as "Chorus"), Catherine Wyley (as "Chorus"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1919) Stage Play: Shubert Gaieties of 1919. Musical revue. Book by Ed Wynn, Edgar Smith and Harold Atteridge. Music by Jean Schwartz. Lyrics by Al Bryan. Additional music by M.K. Jerome and W.C. Handy. Additional lyrics by W.C. Handy and Blanche Merrill. Musical Direction by Oscar Radin. Music orchestrated by J. Bodewalt Lampe. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster and Kuy Kendall. Directed by J.C. Huffman. 44th Street Theatre (moved to The Winter Garden Theatre from 6 Oct 1919- close): 17 Jul 1919- 18 Oct 1919 (87 performances). Cast: Ruth Alexander, Stewart Baird, Julie Ballew, Elsie Bambrick, Doris Benham, Bert Best, Jack Bohm, Lillian Brand, Rena Brown, Doris Cameron, Phyllis Cameron, Josie Carmen, Clayton & White, Gene Cleveland, Mabel Cloud, Betty Connelly, Gene Danjou, Madeleine Dare, Gertrude Doyle, Florence Elmore, Kitty Fallon, Marguerite Farrell, Harry Fender, Joseph Fields, Irving Fisher, Jimmie Fox, Arthur Freeman, Marjorie Gateson, Perle Germonde, Philip Gerold, The Glorias, Gene Gordon, Gilda Gray, Estelle Haddon, George Hale, Kathryn Hart, Peggy Hart, George Hassell, Olga Hempstone, Daphne Hicks, Llora Hoffman, Margery Hope, Arthur Hull, Alice Humphries, Hermosa Jose, Kuy Kendall, William Kent, Freda Leonard, Henry Lewis, Rose Light, Roberta Lomax, Ted Lorraine, Margaret Mack, Margaret Maloney, Frank McMasters, Gus Minton, James Monahan, Alice Monroe, Ruth Moore, Poppy Morton, Peggy O'Neil, Alice Parry, Polly Pryoe, Frances Richards, Mabel Roberts, Juliette Rooke, Edward Schanol, Muriel Sharp, Hilda Smith Fischer, Dorothy Snyder, Mildred Soper, Marie Stafford, John Stone, Alice Velie, Billy Wagner, Gladys Walton, Virginia Weyman, Ruby Wilbur, Billie Williams, Ina Williams, Ed Wynn. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1919) Stage Play: The Passing Show of 1919. Musical revue.
  • (1919) Stage Play: The Little Blue Devil. Musical/farce.
  • (1920) Stage Play: Cinderella on Broadway. Musical/fantasy/revue.
  • (1921) Stage Play: The Passing Show of 1921. Musical revue. Music by Jean Schwartz. Book and lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Musical Director and Incidental music by Al Goodman. Additional music by Lew Pollack, Abner Silver, Howard Brothers, Ernie Erdman, Malvin M. Franklin, Richard Whiting, Frank Magine and Charley Straight. Music orchestrated by J. Bodewalt Lampe. Additional lyrics by Alfred Bryan, Fred Rose, Alex Gerber, Richard Egan, Sidney Clare [earliest Broadway credit], Sidney D Mitchell and Joe Lyons. Costume Design by Cora MacCreachy. Dream Fantasies Ballet Conceived and Executed by Cleveland Bronner. Directed by James C. Huffman and Max Scheck. Winter Garden Theatre: 29 Dec 1920-28 May 1921 (191 performances). Cast: Eugene Howard, Willie Howard, Marie Dressler (as "Frances Belasco Starr/Mrs. Hopwood"), Harry Watson, Janet Adai, Abe Aronson, Perry Askam, Violet Ayres, Ethel Baedor, Harry C. Bannister, John Berkes (as "Ali Shah"; final Broadway role), Cleveland Bronner, Dorothy Bruce, Ruth Channing, Mary Clowes, Stephen Cortez, Elaine Courtney, Dorothy Daniels, Jeanne Danjou, Louise Darcey, Lenora D'Arcy, Glada Davies, Billie Davis, Jeannette Deitrich, Ann Delmore, Kitty Desmond, Adele Devereaux, Mae Devereaux, Violet Englefield, Sonia Fields, Hazel Flynn, Helen Fox, Jean Fox, Shirley Gallop, Robert Gilbert, Frank Grace, Dolly Hackett, Elfin Haye, Ina Hayward, Kitty Holton, Marjorie Hope, Ruby Howard, Sophie Howard, Emma James, Anthony Jochim, Marian Joy, Marie Kane, Grace Keeshon, Mildred La Gue, Estelle Lang, Mildred Lee, Zillah Lenney, Elf Lorraine, Gaby Lorraine, Francis X. Mahoney, Eugene Martinet, Elsie May, Barbara McCree, Evelyn Mead, Helen Mellette, Rosalie Mellette, Irving Mels, Dolores Mendez, Lucila Mendez, Miles Mershon, Emily Miles, Ruth Mills, Anita Miramar, Mona Mode, Poppy Morton, J. Harold Murray (as "Bevans/The Sultan/Where Is the Beautiful Face?" performer) [Broadway debut], Ruth Newman, Kathleen O'Hanlon, Irving O'Hay, Dixie O'Neil, Edith Pierce, Laralda Popenny, William H. Pringle, Tot Qualters, Jack E. Rice, Frank Ridge, Alice Rohrey, Eileen Rooney, Joseph Schrode, Jean Scott, Muriel Seely, Peggy Sletner, Madeline Smith, Orilla Smith, Iris Solfeng, Mildred Soper, Charlotte Sprague, Betty St. Clair, Marie Stafford, Edna Starch, Juliet Strahl, Miss Stryder, Flo Summerville, Maria Talwynne, Joseph Toner, Louise Wayne, Violet Weber, Lyola White, Sammy White, Virginia Wilson, Margaret Wood, Theodore Zambouni. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1921) Stage Play: The Midnight Rounders of 1921. Musical revue. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Al Bryan. Music by Jean Schwartz. Musical Direction by Alfred Goodman. Additional music by Lew Pollack, Raymond Hubbell, Anton Dvorak, Johann Strauss, Jacques Offenbach, Chauncey Olcott [final Broadway credit], Ernest R. Ball, Haydn Wood and Ernesto DiCapua. Additional lyrics by Ernesto DiCapua, John Golden, Sidney Clare, Rida Johnson Young and Fred E. Weatherly. Choreographed by Cleveland Bronner. Scenic Design by William Weaver. Costume Design by Mme. Routon. Directed by Jack Mason. Century Promenade: 7 Feb 1921- 2 Apr 1921 (49 performances). Cast: Alemia Allen, Virginia Allen, Viola Bennett, Marie Booth, Cleveland Bronner, Anna Buckley, Virginia Calmer, Bessie Clifford, Olga Cook, Florence Darling, Elsie Davenport, Ethel Davis, Elinor Dell, Anna Maria DeMalita, LaVerre DeMarr, Arthur Donnelly, J. Francis Dooley, Dora Duby, Lou Edwards, Georgia Empey, Virginia Fallon, Alva Fenton, Ada Forman, Amy Frank, Elsie Frank, David Gardner, John Guiran, Loretta Harris, Helen Herendeen, Margaret Himes, Peggy Hoffman, Clare Hooper, Beatrice Jackson, Beatrice Jennings, Thelma Johns, Jewel Jordan, Kitty Kelly, Margaret Kerns, Grace Langdon, Phoebe Lee, Bobby Lester, Evon Linnard, Sally Long, Ted Lorraine, John Lowe, Muriel Manners, La Petite Marguerite, Margaret Menges, Phyllis Miller, Gladys Montgomery, Florence Moore, J. Harold Murray, Sidney Nelson, Anna Niebel, Bonna O'Dear, Tot Qualters, Nan Rainsford, Florence Rayfield, Edna Richmond, Virginia Richmond, Evelyn Rosewood, Corinne Sales, Ingrid Solfeng, Jean Troupman, Viola Votrouba, Gladys Walton, Helen Weber, Florence Wilde, Billie Williams, Jane Wyatt [not same actress as in films]. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1921) Stage Play: The Last Waltz. Musical revue.
  • (1921) Stage Play: The Mimic World [1921]. Musical revue. Book by Harold Atteridge, Jimmy Hussey [credited as James Hussey] and Owen Murphy. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge, James Hussey and Owen Murphy. Music by Jean Schwartz, Lew Pollack and Owen Murphy. Musical Direction by Alfred Goodman. Additional lyrics by Sidney Clare and Howard Johnson. Additional music by Archie Gottler. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Directed by Allan K. Foster. Century Promenade: 17 Aug 1921- 10 Sep 1921 (26 performances). Cast: Helen Armstrong, Bert Best, Gladys Blair, May Blair, Virginia Blair, El Brendel, Jane Brown, Peggy Brown, Flo Burt, Alice Burton, Marjorie Carville, Elaine Courtney, Jeanne Danjou, Gene Delmont, Ginnette Dorval, Cliff Edwards, Lou Edwards, Clarence Harvey, Ruth Hazelton, C.L. Henderson, Ed Hickey, Lebanon Hoffa, Portland Hoffa, Marjorie Hope, Frank Hurst, Jimmy Hussey, Gladys James, Thelma Johns, Jimmy Kirk, Estelle Lang, Zella Lenney, Mae LeRoux, Evelyn Martin, Frank Masters, Dorothy McCarthy, Margaret McCarthy, Miriam Miller, Anita Miramar, Gladys Montgomery, William Moran, Elizabeth Morgan, Helen Nelidova, Betty Palmer, Lucille Pryor, Hazel Rix, Madeline Smith, Beth Stanley, May Sullivan, Anna Toddings, Mae West, Vivien West, Albert Wiser, Margaret Wood. Produced by The Shuberts.
  • (1921) Stage Play: Bombo. Musical. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Music by Sigmund Romberg. Musical Director: Al Goodman. Additional music by Pete Wendling. Additional lyrics by Pete Wendling. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Staged under the personal supervision of J.J. Shubert. Jolson's 59th Street Theatre: 6 Oct 1921- 8 Apr 1922 (218 performances). Cast: Janet Adair (as "Mona Tessa/A Soothsayer"), Corynne Baker, Franklyn A. Batie, Vera Bayles Cole, Bertee Beaumont, Bonnie Belle, Frank Bernard, Bobby Boles, Freddie Bond, Mary Brean, Dorothy Bruce, Ethel Bryant, Gladys Caldwell, Kay Carlin, Cortez and Peggy, Samuel Critcherson, Pauline Dakla, Louise Darcy, Florence Darling, Marian Davis, Janette Dietrich, Elsie Dunn, Florence Fields, Sonia Fields, Rose Gallagher, Fred Hall, Bernice Hart, Irene Hart, Lebanon Hoffa, Theodore Hoffman, Frank Holmes, Forrest Huff, Beatrice Jackson, Al Jolson (as "Gus"), Kitty Kane, Jack Kearns, Mildred Keats, Lena Keefe, Grace Keeshon, Mae LeRoux, Russell Mack, Belle Madulla, Evelyn Mead, Lucila Mendez, Carol Miller, Ernest Miller, Alice Monroe, Marion Mooney, William Moore, Poppy Morton, Dennis Murray, Gypsy Norman, Vivien Oakland (as "Rosie"), Helen O'Brien, Dixie O'Neil, Mary O'Shaugnessy, Nan Phillips, Edith Pierce, Edward Pooley, Lorrelda Poppanny, Loreene Pullinger, Evelyn Richmond, Alice Rohey, Thomas W. Ross (as "John"), Beulah Rubens, Dolores Russelle, Maude Satterfield, Charlotte Schuette, Harry Sievers, Orilla Smith, Charlotte Sprague, Edna Starck, Louise Starck, Dorothy Stone (as "Ensemble") [Broadway debut], Lois Syrell, Thelma Turnbull, Harry Turpin, Jeanne Voltaire, Fritzi Von Busing, Billy Wagner, Dorothy Wegman, Walter White, Florence Wilde, Sidney Wilson, Virginia Wilson, Ernest F. Young. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1922) Stage Play: The Rose of Stamboul. Musical/operetta. Music by Leo Fall and Sigmund Romberg. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Book by Harold Atteridge. Based on the Viennese operetta by Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald. Musical Direction by Alfred Goodman. Additional music by Jean Schwartz. Additional lyrics by William Jerome and Alex Gerber. Costume Design by Charles Le Maire. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Century Theatre: 7 Mar 1922- 10 Jun 1922 (111 performances). Cast: Dorothy Addison (as "Ensemble"), Violet Anderson (as "Ensemble"), Irma Ansell (as "Ensemble"), Irving Arnold (as "Ensemble"), James Barton (as "Bob, the Valet"), Ottilia Barton (as "Saada"), Sibylla Bowhan (as "Maada"), William Brandt (as "Ensemble"), Betty Brown (as "Ensemble"), Olive Brown (as "Ensemble"), Alice Burns (as "Ensemble"), Bunny Castle (as "Ensemble"), Marion Courtney (as "Ensemble"), Alice Curry (as "Ensemble"), Jeanne Danjou (as "Ensemble"), Leonora Darcy (as "Ensemble"), Margot Dawson (as "Ensemble"), Ann Delafield (as "Ensemble"), Mlle. Desha (as "Desha"), Katherine Duffy (as "Ensemble"), Mary Dunne (as "Ensemble"), Sol Feldman (as "Ensemble"), Rae Fields (as "Ensemble"), Hazel Frisbie (as "Ensemble"), Jenee Gibson (as "Ensemble"), Marion Green (as "Achmed Bey"), Alice Harris (as "Ensemble"), Lon Hascall (as "Abdul, Guard of the Harlem"), Peggy Hoffman (as "Ensemble"), Rapley Holmes (as "Rodney Smith, Howard's Father"), Harry Howell (as "Ensemble"), Corinne Jackson (as "Ensemble"), Thelma Johns (as "Ensemble"), Kitty Kane (as "Ensemble"), Margaret Kearns (as "Ensemble"), Monica Keefe (as "Ensemble"), Mary Kissell (as "Ensemble"), Fraun Koski (as "Ensemble"), Tessa Kosta (as "Kondja Gul"), Elmira Lane (as "Bul-Bul"), Naro Lockford (as "Hassan"), Zita Lockford (as "Haidee"), John V. Lowe (as "Neidjal"), Kay MacCausland (as "Ensemble"), Alice Mack (as "Ensemble"), Margaret Mackay (as "Ensemble"), Katherine Manion (as "Ensemble"), Trude Marr (as "Ensemble"), Oscar Martin (as "Ensemble"), R.B. Marwick (as "Ensemble"), Belle Mazelle (as "Fatima"), Myrtle McCloud (as "Ensemble"), Jack McGowan (as "Howard Rodney Smith"), Dolores Mendez (as "Ensemble"), Helen Nelidova (as "Helen"), Alla Nova (as "Ensemble"), Helen O'Brien (as "Ensemble"), John O'Hanlon (as "Ensemble"), Clifton Randall (as "Ensemble"), Elizabeth Reynolds (as "Desiree, Kondja's Companion"), Edna Richmond (as "Ensemble"), Maude Satterfield (as "Guzela"), Jack Scott (as "Jack"), Madeline Soisson (as "Ensemble"), Felicia Sorel (as "Felicia"), Renee Theorine (as "Ensemble"), Jean Thomas (as "Ensemble"), Lillian Wagner (as "Durlane"), Sally Wagner (as "Ensemble"), Henry Warwick (as "Kemel Pasha"), Elizabeth Wash (as "Ensemble"), Marjorie Wayne (as "Emire"), Peggy White (as "Ensemble"), Emma Wilcox (as "Baada"), Mabel Withee (as "Midili, Kondja's Dearest Friend"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1922) Stage Play: Make It Snappy. Musical revue. Material by Harold Atteridge and Eddie Cantor. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Music by Jean Schwartz. Additional lyrics by Alfred Bryan and William B. Friedlander. Additional music by William B. Friedlander. Musical Direction by Louis Gress. Music orchestrated by Dell Lampe. Musical Numbers directed by Allan K. Foster. Production Supervised by J.J. Shubert. Directed by James C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 13 Apr 1922- 1 Jul 1922 (96 performances). Cast: Eddie Cantor, Nan Halperin, Salayman Ali, M.T. Bohannon, Cleveland Bronner, Lew Browne, Marie Burke, John Byam, Evelyn Campbell, Carlos and Inez, Nell Carrington, Helen Christie, Molly Christie, Harry Cressey, Betty Dair, Muriel De Forest, Alfred DeLoraine, Rose Devere, Mae Devereaux, The Eight Blue Devils, Flo Evers, Betty Fitch, Lillian Fitzgerald, Elsie Frank, Eva Fuller, Dolly Hackett, Georgie Hale, Lew Hearn, Lebanon Hoffa, Portland Hoffa, Hermose Jose, Marian Joy, Grace Langdon, Mildred Lee, Madeline Levine, Sally Long, Polly Lux, Betty Marshall, Evelyn Martin, Elsie May, Polly Mayer, Dorothy McCarthy, Margaret McCarthy, Peggy Mermont, Gladys Montgomery, J. Harold Murray, Vivien Nolty, Bonna O'Dear, May O'Brien, Joe Opp, Betty Palmer, Cardinal Peaires, Elsa Peterson, Nan Phillips, Chonchita Piquer, Lucille Pryor, Tot Qualters, Queene Queenen, Charlotte Schuette, Ingrid Solfeng, May Sullivan, Margaret Toomay, Marjorie Toomay, Alice Van Ryker, Alice Weaver, Teddy Webb, Vivien West, Margaret Wilson, Vera Zimeleva. Produced by The Winter Garden Company.
  • (1922) Stage Play: The Passing Show of 1922. Musical revue. Music by Alfred Goodman. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Musical Director: Alfred Goodman. Additional lyrics by Jack Stanley, Laddie Cliff and Gus Kahn. Additional music by Walter Donaldson and Ivy St. Helieu. Production Supervised by J.J. Shubert. Directed by James C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 20 Sep 1922- 2 Dec 1922 (85 performances). Cast: Alma Adair, Janet Adair, Mlle. Alborn, Fred Allen, George Anderson, Sam Ash, Gilbert Barr, Bert Best, M.T. Bohannon, Bobby Boles, Peggy Bond, Monica Boulais, William Brand, Mary Breau, Nellie Breen, Olive Brown, Dorothy Bruce, Helen Christie, Molly Christie, Louise Cross, Pauline Dakla, Dorothy Daniels, Florence Darling, Wilbur De Rouge, Dolores Edwards, Betty Fitch, The Fooshee Sisters, Helen Fox, Alexander Frank, Elsie Frank, Rose Gallagher, Alfred Gilday, Agnes Hall, Gladys Hall, George Hassell, Nan Henderson, Helen Herendeen, Marjory Himes, Portland Hoffa, Eugene Howard, Willie Howard, Jack Kearns, Gertrude Lang, Mary Lawlor, Rose Lee, The Lockfords, The Macweys, Arthur Margetson, Elsie May, Belle McLaughlin, Emily Miles, Carol Miller, Phyllis Miller, Marion Mooney, Nat Nazarro Jr., Sidney Nelson, Beatrice O'Brien, Helen O'Brien, Mabel Olson, Edith Pearce, Francis Renault, Phyllis Reynolds, Joseph Riley, Helen Rogers, Grace Rossiter, Beulah Rubens, Katherine Saxe, Charlotte Schuette, Sidney Shaar, Grace Shea, Ethel Shutta [Broadway debut], Maxine Sickle, Madeline Smith, Orilla Smith, Edna Starck, Louise Starck, May Sullivan, Florence Summerville, Jean Thomas, Billy Wagner, Ethel Walker, Fred Walton, Louise Wayne, Florence Wilde, Beatrice Wilson, Virginia Wilson, Louise Winn, Helen Wright. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1923) Stage Play: The Dancing Girl. Musical. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Music by Sigmund Romberg. Additional music by George Gershwin, A.J. Carey and Alfred Goodman. Musical Director: Alfred Goodman. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 24 Jan 1923- 12 May 1923 (142 performances). Cast: Ben Bard (as "Chief Inspector/Ben/The Dope Fiend") [Broadway debut], Margaret Brill (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Bruce (as "First Lady/Geraldine"), Rodger Buckley (as "Ensemble"), Tom Burke (as "Rudolpho/The Old Man"), Frank Byron (as "The Count/Joe/First Inspector/Perry/The Doctor"), Virginia Calmer (as "Melisande/Ensemble"), Lota Cheeck (as "Ensemble"), Florence Darling (as "Ensemble"), Marian Davis (as "Ensemble"), Kitty Doner (as "Mr. Clark/Mame/Pinkie"), Rose Doner (as "Miss Grayson/A Vamp Shop Girl/The Minuet"), Ted Doner (as "Mack/The Minuet/Pete/Mr. Brown"), Lys Doree (as "Ensemble"), Marie Dressler (as "A Lady Passenger/A Lady Patron/Marie Dressler/Sadie Thompson"), Elsie Dunn (as "Ensemble"), Dolores Edwards (as "Ensemble"), Jeanne Elise (as "Ensemble"), George Ellison (as "Ensemble"), Sally Fields (as "Eliza/Pauo Pauo"), Jack Forrester (as "Mr. Campbell/Second Stage Hand/Ensemble"), Helen Fox (as "Lilly"), Elsie Frank (as "Ensemble"), Perle Germonde (as "Francine"), Nancy Gibbs, Frank Greene (as "Mr. Robinson/The Guide/King Louis/Joe Horne/The Referee"), Harriet Gustin (as "Amy"), Margaret Hansel (as "Ensemble"), Marie Harcourt (as "The Violin Girl"), Hope Herendeen (as "Hope"), Llora Hoffman (as "Dellisho/The Singer/Mrs. Sheldon/Mrs. Meyers"), Lou Holtz (as "Another Victim/Lou"), Gilda Leary (as "Gloria Seabright"), Bennie Leonard (as "Benny Leonard"), Charles Mac (as "The Steward/The Butler/A Gentleman/First Stage Hand/Steve"), Kay Mahoney (as "Ensemble"), Arthur Margetson (as "Bruce Chattfield/The Young Man/Sergeant O'Hara"), Michael Markoff (as "A Czechoslovak"), Martha Mason (as "The Dancer"), Elsie May (as "Mrs. Davidson/Ensemble"), Dona Mayo (as "Ensemble"), Bobbie McCree (as "Ensemble"), Carol Miller (as "Ensemble"), Renee Miller (as "Ensemble"), Poppy Morton (as "Ensemble"), Bobbie Muir (as "Helene"), Allie Nack (as "Young Sullivan"), Nat Nazarro Jr., William Neeley (as "Ensemble"), Sydney Nelson (as "Ensemble"), Jack Pearl (as "Gustave/Chief Inspector's Assistant/Jack"), Edith Pierce (as "Ensemble"), Lucille Pryor (as "Ensemble"), Fay Reed (as "Ensemble"), Roy Remo (as "Mr. Jones/The Singer"), Helen Rodgers (as "Ensemble"), Buela Rubens (as "Ensemble"), Cyril Scott (as "John Mercer/The Reverend Davidson"), Gladys Smith (as "Ensemble"), Orilla Smith (as "Ensemble/Water Girl"), Charlotte Sprague (as "Camille"), Edna Starck (as "Ensemble"), Louise Starck (as "Ensemble"), Henry Stremel (as "Mr. Smith/Constable/Second Inspector/Doorman"), May Sullivan (as "Ensemble"), Marja Talwyn (as "Clarice"), Jean Thomas (as "Ensemble"), Jean Travers (as "Ensemble"), Trini (as "Anna/The Dancer"), Michael Voljanin (as "A Russian Immigrant"), Billy Wagner (as "Ensemble"), Dolly Wegman (as "Ensemble"), Irvin Wesley (as "Ensemble"), Jack Wesley (as "Father Time"), Florence Wilde (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1923) Stage Play. The Passing Show of 1923. Musical revue. Music by Sigmund Romberg and Jean Schwartz. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Musical Director: Alfred Goodman. Additional lyrics by Cyrus Wood. Additional music by Jay Gorney [earliest Broadway credit]. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Costume Design by Paul Arlington. Directed by J.C. Huffman, under the supervision of Jacob J. Shubert. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster. Winter Garden Theatre: 14 Jun 1923- 15 Sep 1923 (118 performances). Cast: Martha Albert, Olive Ann Alcorn, Phil Baker, Betty Benton, Frank Bernard, William Birdie, Dorothy Bruce, Lloyd Byron, Nancy Carroll, Theresa Carroll, Neil Courtney, Roy Cummings, Roy Cunningham, Louise Dose, Doris Downes, Josephine Drake, Loretta Duffy, Christine Ecklund, Dolores Edwards, Flanagan & Morrison, George Ford, Elsie Frank, Perle Germonde, Bob Gilbert, Jeannette Gilmore, Cassie Godfrey, Paula Greenlee, Harriet Gustin, Jack Hall, James Hamilton, Ruth Hamilton, George Hassell, Joan Hay, Helen Herendeen, George Jessel, Andy Jochim, Ethel Kenyon, Olive King, Vera King, Rose Lee, Bobby Lester, Libby & Sparrow, Peggy Lockwood, Ann Lowenworth, Francis X. Mahoney, Gladys Marston, Rose Mary Marston, Elsie May, Ladas May, Bobbie McCree, Belle McLaughlin, Nat Nazarro Jr., Bob Nelson, Sidney Nelson, Tom Nip, Barnett Parker, Edith Pierce, William Pringle, Fay Reed, Jack E. Rice, Vera Ross, Norma Rossiter, Rose Sarro, Muriel Seely, Billie Shaw, Helen Shipman, Orilla Smith, Mildred Soper, Jean Steele, Virginia Sullivan, Marja Talwyn, The Trado Twins, Hal Van Renssalaer, Dorothy Vance, Alice Velour, Viola Votrouba, Billy Wagner, Joseph Wagstaff, James Watts, Dolly Wegman, Alice Wheeler, James White, Florence Wilde, Walter Woolf King [credited as Walter Woolf]. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1923) Stage Play: Topics of 1923. Musical revue. Music by Jean Schwartz and Alfred Goodman. Book by Harold Atteridge and Harry Wagstaff Gribble. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Musical Director: Alfred Goodman. Additional music by Bert Grant. Additional lyrics by Tot Seymour. Production Supervised by Jacob J. Shubert. Choreographed by Francis Weldon. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Broadhurst Theatre (moved to The Winter Garden Theatre from 14 Jan 1924- close): 20 Nov 1923- 22 Mar 1924 (154 performances). Cast: Ben Bard, Julia Barker, Cathleen Barrow, Dorothy Bruce, Martin Burton, Castleton & Mack, Cecil & Kaye, Herbert Corthell, Roy Cummings, Nellie Daly, Jeanette Dawley, Delano Dell, Alice Delysia, Christine Ecklund, Dolores Edwards, Elsie Frank, Ethel Fuller, Ann Garrison, Marie Gibson, Mildred Gordon, Jay Gould, Frank Green, Harriet Gustin, Stella Hadden, Rae Hartley, Helen Herendeen, Lora Hoffman, W. Clay Inman, Alexis Kosloff, Flo Lane, Flora Lea, Silance leontevetch, Fay Marbe, Gladys Marston, Edith McGovern, Harry McNaughton, Beverly Millar, Esta Mousey, Nat Nazarro Jr., Paisley Noon, Henrietta O'Brien, Marietta O'Brien, Peggy O'Day, Barnett Parker, Jack Pearl, Edith Pierce, Allan Prior, Fay Reed, Yvette Reels, Thelma Robinson, Norma Rossiter, Muriel Seely, Billie Shaw, Stella Shields, Helen Shipman, Elaine Sims, Orilla Smith, Eleanor Stack, Marie Stoddard, Juliet Strah, Marja Talwyn, Agnes Trask, Vera Trett, Dorothy Vance, Billy Wagner, Dorothy Wegman. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1924) Stage Play: Innocent Eyes. Musical revue. Music by Sigmund Romberg and Jean Schwartz. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge and Tot Seymour. Musical Director: Alfred Goodman. Music orchestrated by Alfred Goodman. Additional music by J. Fred Coots and James F. Hanley. Additional lyrics by Henry Creamer and McElbert Moore. Choreographed by Jack Mason and Francis Weldon. Production Supervised by J.J. Shubert. Directed by Frank Smithson. Winter Garden Theatre: 20 May 1924- 30 Aug 1924 (126 performances). Cast: Maud Allen, Devera Anguillar, Arthur Appel, Pepita Armadilla, Violet Bache, Edythe Baker, Gordon Baker, Suzanne Bennett, Gaile Beverly, Alice Boulden, Grace Bowman, William Brainerd, Babette Brigon, Frank Byron, Mae Cairns, Mabel Carruthers, Betty Castle, Bebe Cliquot, Florence Courtney, Helene Dahlia, Frank Dobson, Ann Dolores, Ted Doner, Lillian Dunning, Ninon Elysees, Jack de Fay, Jeanette Fleury, Nadjy Gallier, Peggy Gillespie, Norma Gould, Ruth Hamilton, Violet Hayes, Lew Hearn, Leonra Hellekson, Bella Heyman, Katherine Hill, Marjory Himes, Charles Howard, Joseph Hughes, Ruby La Croix, Vera Lavrova, Joan Crawford (credited as Lucille Le Sueur) [Broadway debut], Marjorie Leach, Cecil Lean, Earl Leslie, Peggy Lockwood, Gaby Lorette, Ruby Lorraine, Charles Mac, Mildred Manley, Dorothy Mantell, Martin Mason, Cleo Mayfield, Peggy Mermont, Carol Miller, Mistinguett, Peggy Neil, Jack Oakie, Pauline Pettibois, James E. Phillips, Zuzu Raymonne, Ralph Reader, Victoria Reigel, Carmen Rosella, Irene Sharpe, Loretta Sharpe, Flo Sheppard, Gladys Smith, Lillian Stone, Flo Summerville, Tamara, Myrtle Thompson, Olga Treskoff, Clinton Tustin, Vanessi, Frank Wallace, Marie Warner, Viola Watson, Harry A. White, Billie Williams, Frances Williams [Broadway debut]. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1924) Stage Play: Marjorie. Musical comedy.
  • (1924) Stage Play: The Dream Girl. Musical. Music by Victor Herbert. Book by Rida Johnson Young and Harold Atteridge. Additional lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Rida Johnson Young. Based on a play by Beulah Marie Dix and Evelyn Greenleaf Sutherland. Musical Director: Oscar Bradley. Additional music by Sigmund Romberg. Choreographed by David Bennett. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt and Eleanor Abbott. Directed by J.C. Huffman and Laura Hope Crews. Ambassador Theatre: 20 Aug 1924- 29 Nov 1924 (117 performances). Cast: Virginia Allen (as "Ensemble"), Fay Bainter (as "Elspeth"), Kathleen Barrow (as "Ensemble"), Edward Basse (as "Ken Paulton"), Barbara Bennet (as "Specialty Dancer"), Fred Bush (as "Ensemble"), Chandler Christy (as "Ensemble"), John Clarke (as "Will Levison"), Dorothy Cola (as "Ensemble"), Ripples Covert (as "Ensemble"), Jeanette Dawley (as "Ensemble"), Dan Douglas (as "Ensemble"), Loretta Duffy (as "Specialty Dancer"), Edmund Fitzpatrick (as "Cristoforo"), Evelyn Grieg (as "Specialty Dancer"), Virginia Griffiths (as "Ensemble"), Lebanon Hoffa (as "Ensemble"), Sofie Jackson (as "Ensemble"), Velma Joffre (as "Ensemble"), Frank Kimball (as "Ensemble"), Joan Kroy (as "Ensemble"), Maurice Kuhlman (as "Ensemble"), George LeMaire (as "Wilson Addison"), Thomas Manahan (as "Ensemble"), Frank Masters (as "Bobby Thompkins"), Lida May (as "Ensemble"), Elizabeth Mears (as "Specialty Dancer/Ensemble"), Rena Miller (as "Ensemble"), Alice Moffat (as "Elinor Levison"), May O'Brien (as "Ensemble"), Maude Odell (as "Aunt Harriet"), William Oneal (as "Mr. Gillette/Antonio"), Clara Palmer (as "Nora"), Jack Parker (as "Ensemble"), Victoria Reigel (as "Ensemble"), Wyn Richmond (as "Dolly Follis"), Aimee Salter (as "Ensemble"), Virginia Sharr (as "Specialty Dancer"), Penn Thornton (as "Ensemble"), Billy B. Van [credited as Billie B. Van] (as "Jimmie Van Dyke"), Vivara (as "Malena"), Walter Woolf (as "Jack Warren"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert, by arrangement with Harold Atteridge.
  • (1924) Stage Play: The Passing Show of 1924. Musical revue. Music by Sigmund Romberg and Jean Schwartz. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Additional lyrics by Alex Gerber. Musical Director: Alfred Goodman. Choreographed by Max Scheck, Seymour Felix and Mr. Kotchetovski. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 3 Sep 1924- 22 Nov 1924 (106 performances). Cast: Herbert Ashton, Virginia Banks, Barbette, Julia Barker, James Barton, Alice Blain, Adrienne Bono, Dorothy Bruce, Anna Buckley, Louise Carlworth, Dolly Casher, Helen Claire, Olga Cook, Nancy Corrigan, Marian Davis, Jane Dobbin, Doris Downes, Helen Doyle, Ben Franklin, Harriet Gustin, The Harrington Sisters, George Hassell, Cathleen Healy, Dorothy Janice, Andy Jochim, Aime LaMar, Joan Crawford [credited as Lucille Le Sueur] (final Broadway role), Nathalie Lederer, Robert Lee, Rose Lee, Fern LeRoy, Marie LeViness, The Lockfords, Marcia Mack, Lulu McConnell, Alice McCormick, Harry McNaughton, Carol Miller, Gypsy Mooney, Dolly Moray, May Mulhearn, Helen Murray, Bonna O'Dear, Vi Patterson, Alice Perry, Edith Pierce, Allan Prior, Jack Rose, Mary Saxon, Mildred Schneider, Helen Seymore, Grant Simpson, William Simpson, Tania Smirnova, Madeline Smith, Doris Snibbe, Charlotte Sprague, Betty St. Clair, James Steiger, Kay Sutton, Esther Tanney, Tracy and Hay, The Trado Twins, Zena Trott, Jeanne Van Vliet, Rose Velour, Alice Whalen, Joyce White, Eleanor Willems, Gay Worrell. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1925) Stage Play: Big Boy. Musical comedy. Music by James F. Hanley and Joseph Meyer. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva. Mr. Jolson's Orchestrations by Alfred Goodman. Music orchestrated by Emil Gerstenberger. Dances and Ensembles Arranged by Seymour Felix and Larry Ceballos. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Dialogue Directed by Alexander Leftwich. Winter Garden Theatre: 7 Jan 1925- 14 Mar 1925 (56 performances). Cast: Al Jolson (as "Gus"), George Andre(as "Dancer"), Marion Andre (as "Show Girls"), Wyn Ayres (as "Show Girls"), Edythe Baker (as "Phyllis Carter"), Hugh Banks (as "Joe Warren"), Franklyn Batie (as "Jim Redding/Tucker"), Frank Beaston (as "Jack Bedford"), Adolphe Beck (as "Men"), Peggy Bernier (as "Dancer"), May Birt (as "Show Girls"), Freddie Bond (as "Show Girls"), William Bonelli (as "Legrande"), Bobbie Brandeis (as "Men"), Colin Campbell (as "Steve Leslie"), Elsie Carroll (as "Dancer"), Nancy Carroll (as "Show Girls"), Terry Carroll (as "Show Girls"), Irving Carter (as "Danny/Men"), Al Clair (as "Men"), Lee Cutler (as "Dancer"), Jewel Dalores (as "Dancer"), Clifford Daly (as "Men"), Leo Donnelly (as "Doc Wilbur"), Helen Doyle (as "Dancer"), Minnie Dupree (as "Dancer"), William C. Elkins (as "Jubilee Singer"), Flo Evers (as "Show Girls"), Albert Ford (as "Men"), Ethel Fuller (as "Dancer"), Rose Gallagher (as "Show Girls"), George Gilday (as "Judkins"), Peggy Gillespie (as "Dancer"), Janice Glenn (as "Dancer"), Maude Turner Gordon (as "Mrs. Bedford"), Walter A. Gray (as "Jubilee Singer"), Mabel Grete (as "Dancer"), Patti Harrold (as "Annabelle Bedford"), Louise Hersey (as "Show Girls"), Alma Hookey (as "Dancer"), Wilbert B. Howard (as "Jubilee Singer"), George E. Jackson (as "Jubilee Singer"), Frankie James (as "Dolly Graham"), Naoe Kondo (as "Dancer"), Harry Lake (as "Men"), Lewis Laub (as "Men"), Flo Lewis (as "Tessie Forbes"), Madge Lorraine (as "Show Girls"), Walter Lowery (as "Men"), Dotty Mae (as "Dancer"), Charles Moran (as "Mr. Gray/Tout"), Dinky Ozmont (as "Dancer"), Arthur H. Payne (as "Jubilee Singer"), Mary Phillips (as "Show Girls"), Jack Ray (as "Men"), Ralph Reader (as "Men"), Thelma Robinson (as "Dancer"), Mose R. Ross (as "Jubilee Singer"), Dorothy Rudac (as "Dancer"), Ruth Savoy (as "Dancer"), Edith Scott (as "Caroline Purdy"), Arthur S. Shaw (as "Jubilee Singer"), L.C. Sherman (as "Manager"), Madeline Smith (as "Show Girls"), George Spelvin [actor who wished to remain anonymous] (as "Silent Ransom"), Rose Stone (as "Dancer"), Esther Tanney (as "Dancer"), Kelly Thompson (as "Jubilee Singer"), William L. Thorne (as "Bully John Bagby/Wainwright"), Helen Wallace (as "Dancer"), Walter Wandell (as "Men"), Dorothy Wegman (as "Show Girls"), Carl D. White (as "Jubilee Singer"), Minnie White (as "Dancer"), Ralph Whitehead (as "Coley Reid"), Casco Williams (as "Jubilee Singer"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert. Note: Filmed as Big Boy (1930).
  • (1925) Stage Play: Sky High. Musical. Music by Robert Stolz, Al Goodman, Carlton Kelsey and Maurice Ruebens. Book by Harold Atteridge and Harry Graham. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge and Harry Graham. Musical Director: Carlton Kelsey. Additional lyrics by Clifford Grey. Based on an English musical farce by Harry Graham. Based on a Viennese Operette by Robert Bodansky, Bruno Hardt-Warden and Robert Stolz. Featuring songs by Hal Dyson and Irving Weil. Choreographed by Seymour Felix. Entire production supervised by J.J. Shubert. Directed by Fred G. Latham and Alexander Leftwich. Shubert Theatre (moved to The Winter Garden Theatre from 20 Mar 1925- Jun 1925, then moved to The Casino Theatre from 15 Jun 1925 to close): 2 Mar 1925- 5 Sep 1925 (217 performances). Cast: Florenz Ames (as "Alfred Horridge, Esq."), Arthur Appel, Charlotte Ayres, Jack Baker, Joyce Barbour (as "Florence Horridge"), Hazel Beamer, William Birdie, Allen Blair, Peggy Brown, William Brown, Ysobel Cayer, John Creighton, Charlie Dodge, Edward Douglas, Violet Englefield, Elsie Frank, Norma Gould, Carol Grey, Ethel Guerard, Dorothy Hathaway, Bella Heyman, Roland Hogue (as "Duke of Dulchester, Montague Lush"), Willie Howard (as "Sammy Myers"), Joe Hughes, Catherine Huth, Walter Johnson, Emmy La Mar, Margy Lane, Betty Lee, James R. Liddy, Marcia Mack, Ruth Mayon, Lillian McNeil, Wallace Milam, Ann Milburn, Emily Miles, Mildred Morgan, Lorene Mumma, Fred Murray, Lucille Osborne, Betty Pecan, Gene Philips, Edith Pierce, Beatrice Reiss, Albert Royal, Bert Shadow, Betty Sheldon, Emily Sherman, Stella Shiel, Penny Singleton (as "Cloak Room Girl/Chorus") [credited as Dorothy McNulty/Broadway debut], Billie Smart, Gladys Smith, Marcella Swanson, Jeanne Tanny, Vanessi, Helen Veronica, Lucile Vinik, Billy Wagner, Marie Warner, Thomas Whitely, Margy Whitney, Emma Wyche. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert. Produced in association with Eugene Howard.
  • (1925) Stage Play: Artists and Models.
  • (1925) Stage Play: Gay Paree. Musical revue. Music by Alfred Goodman, Maurice Ruebens and J. Fred Coots. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Clifford Grey. Musical Director: Alfred Goodman. Music orchestrated by Emil Gerstenberger. Additional lyrics by Harold Atteridge, Henry Creamer, Buddy G. DeSylva, Ballard MacDonald, Lester Allen, Harry Woods, Charles Tobias and Al Sherman. Additional music by Harry Woods, Charles Tobias, Al Sherman, James F. Hanley, Walter Donaldson and Joseph Meyer. Musical Staging by Earl Lindsay. Choreographed by Alexis Kosloff. Directed by J.J. Shubert and Charles Judels. Shubert Theatre: 18 Aug 1925- 30 Jan 1926 (181 performances). Cast: Newton Alexander, Betty Allen, Lucille Arden, William Baden, Dorothy Barber, Pauline Blair, Frances Blythe, Richard Bold, Ilsi Bott, Alice Boulden, Carol Boyer, William Brainerd, Lorraine Brooks, Camille, Jean Caswell, Chandler Christy, Helen Claire, Eddie Conrad, Claire Daniels, Isabel Dawn, Claudia Dell, Johnny Dove, Louise Dove, Clarice Durham, Mabel Earle, Beth Elliott, Byrdeatta Evans, Florence Fair, Rosemary Farmer, Margie Finley, Walton Ford, Ruth Gillette, Florence Golden, Viola Griffith, Texas Guinan, Jack Haley, Ruth Hamilton, Thalie Hamilton, Edith Higgens, Alice Hooke, Edna Hopper, Florence Horne, Gus Hyland, Katherine Janeway, Frank Kimball, Marty Kolinsky, Lillian Lane, George LeMaire, Fern LeRoy, Winnie Lightner, Martha Linn, Gertrude Lowe, Viola Marshall, Betty Maurice, Arthur May, Verdi Milli, Marie Price, Prosper & Maret, Dorothy Rae, Nora Reed, Camille Renault, Charles 'Chic' Sale, Salt and Pepper, Wilfred Seagram, Winifred Seale, Dorothy Shepard, Jeanette Simard, Bartlett Simmons, Marie Simpson, Bernadette Spencer, Louise Taylor, Billy B. Van, Lorraine Weimar, Margaret Wilson. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert. Produced in association with Rufus Le Maire.
  • (1925) Stage Play: Big Boy. Musical comedy. Music by James F. Hanley and Joseph Meyer. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva. Mr. Jolson's Orchestrations by Alfred Goodman. Music orchestrated by Emil Gerstenberger. Dances and Ensembles Arranged by Seymour Felix and Larry Ceballos. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Dialogue Directed by Alexander Leftwich. Winter Garden Theatre: 7 Jan 1925- 14 Mar 1925 (56 performances). Cast: Al Jolson (as "Gus"), George Andre(as "Dancer"), Marion Andre (as "Show Girls"), Wyn Ayres (as "Show Girls"), Edythe Baker (as "Phyllis Carter"), Hugh Banks (as "Joe Warren"), Franklyn Batie (as "Jim Redding/Tucker"), Frank Beaston (as "Jack Bedford"), Adolphe Beck (as "Men"), Peggy Bernier (as "Dancer"), May Birt (as "Show Girls"), Freddie Bond (as "Show Girls"), William Bonelli (as "Legrande"), Bobbie Brandeis (as "Men"), Colin Campbell (as "Steve Leslie"), Elsie Carroll (as "Dancer"), Nancy Carroll (as "Show Girls"), Terry Carroll (as "Show Girls"), Irving Carter (as "Danny/Men"), Al Clair (as "Men"), Lee Cutler (as "Dancer"), Jewel Dalores (as "Dancer"), Clifford Daly (as "Men"), Leo Donnelly (as "Doc Wilbur"), Helen Doyle (as "Dancer"), Minnie Dupree (as "Dancer"), William C. Elkins (as "Jubilee Singer"), Flo Evers (as "Show Girls"), Albert Ford (as "Men"), Ethel Fuller (as "Dancer"), Rose Gallagher (as "Show Girls"), George Gilday (as "Judkins"), Peggy Gillespie (as "Dancer"), Janice Glenn (as "Dancer"), Maude Turner Gordon (as "Mrs. Bedford"), Walter A. Gray (as "Jubilee Singer"), Mabel Grete (as "Dancer"), Patti Harrold (as "Annabelle Bedford"), Louise Hersey (as "Show Girls"), Alma Hookey (as "Dancer"), Wilbert B. Howard (as "Jubilee Singer"), George E. Jackson (as "Jubilee Singer"), Frankie James (as "Dolly Graham"), Naoe Kondo (as "Dancer"), Harry Lake (as "Men"), Lewis Laub (as "Men"), Flo Lewis (as "Tessie Forbes"), Madge Lorraine (as "Show Girls"), Walter Lowery (as "Men"), Dotty Mae (as "Dancer"), Charles Moran (as "Mr. Gray/Tout"), Dinky Ozmont (as "Dancer"), Arthur H. Payne (as "Jubilee Singer"), Mary Phillips (as "Show Girls"), Jack Ray (as "Men"), Ralph Reader (as "Men"), Thelma Robinson (as "Dancer"), Mose R. Ross (as "Jubilee Singer"), Dorothy Rudac (as "Dancer"), Ruth Savoy (as "Dancer"), Edith Scott (as "Caroline Purdy"), Arthur S. Shaw (as "Jubilee Singer"), L.C. Sherman (as "Manager"), Madeline Smith (as "Show Girls"), George Spelvin [actor who wished to remain anonymous] (as "Silent Ransom"), Rose Stone (as "Dancer"), Esther Tanney (as "Dancer"), Kelly Thompson (as "Jubilee Singer"), William L. Thorne (as "Bully John Bagby/Wainwright"), Helen Wallace (as "Dancer"), Walter Wandell (as "Men"), Dorothy Wegman (as "Show Girls"), Carl D. White (as "Jubilee Singer"), Minnie White (as "Dancer"), Ralph Whitehead (as "Coley Reid"), Casco Williams (as "Jubilee Singer"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1926) Stage Play: A Night in Paris. Musical revue. Music by J. Fred Coots and Maurice Ruebens [credited as Maurice Rubens]. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Clifford Grey and McElbert Moore. Musical Director: Charles Drury. Additional music by Maurice Yvain and Xavier Leroux. Additional lyrics by Xavier Leroux. Choreographed by George Dobbs, Oyra and Gertrude Hoffman. Production Supervised by J.J. Shubert. Staged by J.C. Huffman. Directed by Alexander Leftwich. Casino de Paris: 5 Jan 1926- 10 Jul 1926 (208 performances). Cast: Lucille Arnold, Leo Bill, Carol Boyer, Jacqueline Brown, Dorothy Chadwick, Carlos Conte, Ralph Coram, Lola Cordoba, Sunny Dale [Broadway debut], Annette Davies, William Davis, Aileen DeMeyer, George Dobbs, David Drollet, Miss Evanthea, Rosemary Farmer, May Ferber, Lillian Ford, Helene Franz, Nadjy Gallier, Henri Garat, Bernice Gardener, Helen Gay, Yvonne Georges, Ruth Grace, Frances Hart, Loulou Hegoburu, Katherine Johnson, Maria Keiva, Naoe Konda, Miriam Lax, Joan Lee, Richard Lee, Madeline Luzon, Marion Luzon, Marguerite Marano, Olga Marye, Olive McClure, Margaret McGonigle, Mary McGonigle, Delmar Meyers, Marietta O'Brien, Harry O'Neal, Jack Osterman, Oyra, Barnett Parker, Jack Pearl, Vivienne Purcell, Betty Rappe, Ruth Rappe, Kathryn Ray, Gladys Rennick, Loretta Rhodes, Ann Rizzo, Catherine Sheeran, Ann Sween, Corinne Sylvae, Norma Terris, Edna Tobin, Vanessi, Myrtle Wagner, Ruth-Ann Watson, Virginia Watts, Edna Webster, Lillian Weisberg, Emily Woolley, Metta Wooster. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1926) Stage Play: The Great Temptations. Musical revue. Music by Maurice Ruebens. Material by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Clifford Grey. Musical Direction by Alfred Goodman. Additional music by Milton Schwarzwald, Earl Lindsay and José Padilla. Choreographed by Earl Lindsay. Production Supervised by J.J. Shubert. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 18 May 1926- 6 Nov 1926 (223 performances). Cast: Florenz Ames, Beatrice Anderson, Yvonne Bacon, Julia Barker, Jack Benny, Billy Bernard, Jane Blair, Pauline Bryceland, Sybil Bursk, Elsie Carroll, Cyrilla Casey, Gloria Christy, Lillian Clark, Charlotte Corday, Irene Cornell, Patsy Costello, Nikola Cunningham, Diane D'Arle, Hazel Dawn, Bobbe Decker, Doris Dodge, Mildred Douglas, Dorothy Drum, The Duell Sisters, Geneva Duker, Clarice Durham, Mildred Espy, Charlotte Fitzgibbons, Grace Fleming, Jay C. Flippen, The Allen Foster Girls, Helene Frederic, Ara Gerald, Florence Golden, Betty Gordon, Dorothy Griffith, The Guy Sisters, Thalie Hamilton, Marge Harlan, Cecelia Healy, Phyllis Heron, Marie Holden, Florence Horne, Mazie Hunt, The Kelo Brothers, Pat Kendall, Terry Kendall, Betty Knox, Billye Lambert, Naan Lane, Neva Lynn, Lottie Marcy, Paul Maul, Margaret Mayer, Ruth Mayon, Eleane Meade, Miller and Lyles, Georgette Moore, Leona Newell, Lillian Newell, Molly O'Doherty, Agatha Phillips, Dorothy Phillips, Gertrude Purcell, June Ray, Roderay & Capella, Julia Ryan, Agnes Schroeder, Wilfred Seagram, Penny Singleton [credited as Dorothy McNulty], Bernadette Spencer, Nina Suzov, Edna Thorp, Katrina Trask, Arthur Treacher, Beatrice Vercelle, Jack Waldron, Lazelle Webber, Margie Webber, Dorothy Weber, Mazie White, Roslind Wichon, Minerva Wilson, Charlotte Woodruff, Halfred Young. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1927) Stage Play: A Night in Spain. Musical revue. Music by Jean Schwartz. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Alfred Bryan. Musical Director: Max Hoffmann. Additional music by Ted Healy, Phil Baker and Sid Silvers. Additional lyrics by Ted Healy, Phil Baker and Sid Silvers. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Costume Design by Ernest Schrapps. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Directed by Charles Judels. 44th Street Theatre (moved to The Winter Garden Theatre from 10 Oct 1927- close): 3 May 1927- 12 Nov 1927 (174 performances). Cast: Roslind Abbomonte, George Anderson, Andreini Trio, Phil Baker, Barbera, Julia Barker, Bee Basil, Frances Blythe, Grace Bowman, Sam Braun, Jay Brennan, Andrienne Brower, Peggy Burgess, Ann Cabot, Marie Caldwell, Gloria Christy, Morine Clarke, Tito Coral, Cortez and Peggy, Xavier Cugat, Amanda Daisey, Mildred Douglas, Dorothy Drum, J. Colville Dunn, Marion Fedro, Elsa Freed, Bernice Gardener, Bert Gardener, Helen Gesty, Bert Haines, Thaile Hamilton, Grace Hayes, Betty Healy, Ted Healy, Jean Henderson, Aini Hendricks, Shemp Howard, Helba Huara, Pearl Jentoft, Helen Kane, Carla King, Rhea Mason, Kay McHugh, Charlotte Middlemore, Loretta Minogue, Betty Montgomery, Mabel Pauley, Agatha Phillips, Bobby Pinkus, Florence Powell, Rae Powell, Georgie Price, Lola Raine, Evangeline Raleigh, Olive Rector, Dot Richman, Stanley Rogers, Ethel Seiberling, Emily Sherman, Peggy Sickle, Sid Silvers, Bartlett Simmons, Lillian Smith, Ellen Speeler, Ann Sutherland, Margaret Swanson, Norma Terris, Dolly Thain, Trainor Brothers, Dollie Trucksess, Gladys Turner, Barbara Vernon, Emilia Vidali, Lou Warren, Jeanette Wiate, Victoria Winter, Evelyn Wright. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1926) Stage Play: Gay Paree. Musical review. Music by Alberta Nichols, Maurice Ruebens and J. Fred Coots. Lyrics by Mann Holiner, Clifford Grey and J. Fred Coots. Dialogue by Harold Atteridge. Musical Director: Harry Nieman. Additional music by Guy Massey and Powers Gouraud. Additional lyrics by Guy Massey and Powers Gouraud. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 9 Nov 1926- 9 Apr 1927 (192 performances). Cast included: Jack Haley, Winnie Lightner, Charles 'Chic' Sale, Al Wholman. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1928) Stage Play: The Greenwich Village Follies. Musical revue. Music by Ray Perkins and Maurice Ruebens. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Nathaniel Lief [earliest Broadway credit] and Max Lief [earliest Broadway credit]. Musical Director: Max Meth. Additional lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Choreographed by Chester Hale and Ralph Reader. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 9 Apr 1928- 28 Jul 1928 (128 performances). Cast: Max Alexander, Florence Arganza, Sally Argo, Walter Armin, Sheila Barrett, Bonnibelle Beard, Francine Blythe, Grace Brinkley, Adrienne Brower, Kay Burnell, Helene Cambridge, Carlos & Valeria, Sylvia Carol, Dorothy Casey, Azeada Charkouie, Morine Clarke, Gertrude Cornbloom, Annette Davies, Phyllis DeCastro, John Donahue, Ben Dova, Dorothy Drum, Mickey Ellis, Benny Fields, Irene French, Marion Gillon, Gladys Glorita, Inez Goetz, Jean Gordon, James Grant, Sylvia Green, The Chester Hale Girls, Patsy Hickey, Harry Jans, Phillis Jordan, Jack Kelly, Joan Kent, Marie Kosco, Grace La Rue, Evelyn Law, Laura Lee, Ngaio Lee, Adelaide Loraine, Zayda Lord, Yoland Losee, Renie Luers, Violet Lundberg, Betty MacDonald, Peggy McDonald, Billy McLeod, Hoyt Meredith, Lillian Messmer, Florence Misgen, Georgia Moore, Josephine Mostler, Leona Newell, Hilda Paterson, Viola Paulson, Emmy Petri, Imogene Phillips, Rolande Poucel, Annie Pritchard, Lola Raine, The Ralph Reader Girls, Marie Regan, Violet Renault, Dr. Rockwell, Ethel Ross, Maude Ross (The Ross Twins), Beatrice Rupp, Evelyn Sabin, Rosina Savelli, Blossom Seeley, Eddie Shubert, May Sigler, Evelyn Sintae, Jack Stanford, Irene Stephens, Winona Sweet, Midge Sydney, Lillian Thomas, Jewel Tidgens, Myrtle Wagner, Bobby Watson, Harold Whalen, Ester Wheaton, Dorothy Winters, Mary Wynn. Produced by The Bohemians Inc. and Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1929) Stage Play: Pleasure Bound. Musical revue. Music by Muriel Pollock. Book by' Harold Atteridge'. Lyrics by Max Lief, Nathaniel Lief and Harold Atteridge. Additional music by Phil Baker, Maurice Ruebens and Peter DeRose. Additional lyrics by Moe Jaffe, Sid Silvers, Charles Tobias, Irving Kahal and Sidney Clare. Musical Director: Harold Stern. Music orchestrated by Emil Gerstenberger and Archie Bleyer [credited as Archey Bleyer]. Choreographed by Busby Berkeley and Johnny Boyle [credited as John Boyle]. Directed by Lew Morton. Majestic Theatre: 18 Feb 1929- 15 Jun 1929 (136 performances). Cast: Jannie Adams (as "Ensemble"), Phil Baker (as "Phil Baker"), Virginia Barrett (as "Mazie"), Leonore Blair (as "Ensemble"), William Bonelli (as "Sheriff"), Betty Borden (as "Ensemble"), Betty Bowman (as "Marcella Standish"), Grace Brinkley (as "Betty"), Irene Brown (as "Ensemble"), Sheila Burke (as "Fourth Girl/Ensemble"), Adelaide Candee (as "Ensemble"), Tito Carol (as "Tito"), Mary Chandler (as "Second Girl/Ensemble"), George Clidd (as "Ensemble"), Preston Coombs (as "Ensemble"), Harold Crane (as "Mr. Westover, Sr."), Betty Dair (as "Ensemble/First Girl"), Lillian Darville (as "Ensemble"), Jack Dayton (as "Ensemble"), Marguerite De Coursey (as "Ensemble"), Adrienne DeSayles (as "Ensemble"), Gene DeViney (as "Ensemble"), Cicely Dodenham (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Drum (as "Jans/Ensemble"), Evaline Engers (as "Ensemble"), Rennie Evans (as "Ensemble"), Sherry Frayne (as "Ensemble"), Mary Gibson (as "Ensemble"), George Gilday (as "Detective"), Eleanor Gordon (as "Ensemble"), Harry Gordon (as "Ensemble"), Chester Herman (as "Eddie"), Fred Hillebrand (as "Bob Stewart"), Claire Hooper (as "Ensemble"), Roy Hoyer (as "Tom Westover"), Roland Hudson (as "Chief of the Revenue Officers"), Frank Jones (as "Pullman Porter"), Rosa Kay (as "Ensemble"), Georgette Lampsi (as "Ensemble"), Elsie Lauritsen (as "Ensemble"), Sam Lee (as "Packy"), Henrietta Livingstone (as "Pretty Girl/Ensemble"), Ralph J. Locke, Richard Lowell (as "Ensemble"), Neva Lynn (as "Ensemble"), Marilyn Mack (as "Ensemble"), Thomas MacMillan (as "Mr. Zill"), Jane Manners (as "Ensemble"), Lee Manners (as "Ensemble"), Isabelle Marsh (as "Ensemble"), Virginia May (as "Ensemble"), Beth Meredith (as "Ensemble"), Evelyn Monte (as "Ensemble"), Rosita Morena (as "Pepita"), Paco Moreno (as "Senor Alvarez"), Vivian Morgan (as "Ensemble"), John Humphrey Muldowney (as "Specialty"), Eddie Murray (as "Ensemble"), Margot Nelson (as "Ensemble"), Hazzard Newberry (as "Ensemble"), Lucille Osborn (as "Ensemble"), Ruth Parker (as "Ensemble"), Jack Pearl (as "Herman Pfeiffer/Rudolph Fisher"), Irene Peck (as "Ensemble"), Agatha Phillips (as "Ensemble/Third Girl"), Marion Phillips (as "Ensemble"), Tommy Schmidt (as "Ensemble"), Mae Selden (as "Ensemble"), Al Shaw (as "Paisley"), Emily Sherman (as "Ensemble"), Kay Simmons (as "Ensemble"), John Slattery (as "Second Revenue Officer"), Allie Smith (as "Homely Girl"), Aileen Stanley (as "Lola Hopkins"), Bobbie Storey (as "Ensemble"), Dolly Thain (as "Ensemble"), James Thompson (as "First Revenue Officer"), Betty Van Allen (as "Ensemble"), Veloz and Yolanda [Veloz and Yolanda] (as "Dancers"), Rosalind Wishon (as "Dolly/Ensemble"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1926) Stage Play: A Night in Paris. Musical revue [return engagement]. Music by J. Fred Coots and Maurice Ruebens [credited as Maurice Rubens]. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Clifford Grey and McElbert Moore. Musical Director: Charles Drury. Additional music by Maurice Yvain and Xavier Leroux. Additional lyrics by Xavier Leroux. Choreographed by George Dobbs, Oyra and Gertrude Hoffman. Production Supervised by J.J. Shubert. Staged by J.C. Huffman. Directed by Charles Judels. 44th Street Theatre (moved to Jolson's 59th Street Theatre from 18 Oct 1926- close): 26 Jul 1926- 30 Oct 1926 (113 performances). Cast: Isabelle Bennett, Ray Bolger, Carol Boyer, Ruth Brady, Jacqueline Brown, Patricia Caron, Dorothy Chadwick, Morine Clarke, Ralph Coram, Annette Davies, William Davis, Jane Dobbin, George Dobbs, Frances Ebert, Rosemary Farmer, Antonina Fechner, Misha Ferenzo, Margie Finley, Lillian Ford, Helene Franz, Catherine Gallimore, Helen Gay, Miss Gilberti, Eleneva Karola, Naoe Konda, Lucien La Riviere, Richard Lee, Madeline Luzon, Marion Luzon, Marguerite Marano, Olga Marye, Olive McClure, Margaret McGonigle, Mary McGonigle, Lucienne Moineau, Mia Muselle, Peggy Neil, Marietta O'Brien, Harry O'Neal, Jack Osterman, Oyra, Eleanor Painter, Barnett Parker, Jack Pearl, Nancy Phillips, Annie Pritchard, Betty Rappe, Ruth Rappe, Kathryn Ray, Gladys Rennick, Loretta Rhodes, Catherine Sheeran, Ivy St. Clair, Miss Swan, Corinne Sylvae, Norma Terris, Edna Tobin, Barbara Vernon, Myrtle Wagner, June Wall, Ruth-Ann Watson, Virginia Watts, Edna Webster, Emily Woolley. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1934) Stage Play: Thumbs Up! Musical revue. Music by James F. Hanley and Henry Sullivan. Based on material by H.I. Phillips, Harold Atteridge [final Broadway credit] and Alan Baxter. Lyrics by Ballard MacDonald and Earle Crooker. Musical Director: Gene Salzer. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek, Conrad Salinger and David Raksin. Vocal arrangements by Jane Pickens. Additional music by Vernon Duke, Gerald Marks and Steve Child. Additional lyrics by Vernon Duke, Ira Gershwin, Karl Stark, Jean Herbert, James Hanley, John Murray Anderson and Irving Caesar. Choreographed by Robert Alton. Directed by Edward C. Lilley. St. James Theatre: 27 Dec 1934- 11 May 1935 (156 performances). Cast: Margaret Adams, Robert Alan, Louene Ambrosius, Adrian Anthony, Sheila Barrett, Helen Bent, Prescott Brown, Hugh Cameron, William Chandler, George Church, Bobby Clark, Jack Cole, The Delmars, The Demnati Troupe, Henry Dick, Ray Dooley, Eddie Dowling, Paul Draper, Alice Dudley, Althea Elder, Dolly Falla, Holly Falla, Dionne Farrelle, John Fearnley, Agnes Franey, Emerson Frone, Ruben Garcia, Eddie Garr, Sandra Gould, Dawn Greenwood, Eunice Healy, Rose King, Don Knobloch, Hal Le Roy, Phyllis Lind, Lucy Mann, Vida Manuel, Yvonne Marchand, Irene McBride, Paul McCullough, Howard Morgan, J. Harold Murray, Joan Nelson, Frances Nevins, Ruth Nicholson, Barnett Parker, Helen Pickens, Jane Pickens, Patti Pickens, Frances Rand, Stanley Rash, Marty Rhiele, Beth Roland, Al Sexton, Phil Shaw, Marion Vannemann, Billie Worth. Produced by John Murray Anderson and Eddie Dowling.

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