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  • (1919 - 1954) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1919) Stage Play: The Greenwich Village Follies. Musical revue. Book by Philip Bartholomae and John Murray Anderson. Lyrics by John Murray Anderson and Arthur Swanstrom [earliest Broadway credit]. Music by A. Baldwin Sloane. Musical Direction by Hilding Anderson. Music orchestrated by Hilding Anderson. Additional lyrics by Philip Bartholomae. Featuring songs by Bill Munro, Jimmy Morgan, Ted Lewis, Byron Gay, Irving Berlin, Al Herman, A. Behr, Alex Gerber and Abner Silver. Featuring songs with lyrics by Edward Lewis, Andrew B. Sterling, Benny Davis, Byron Gay, Irving Berlin, Al Herman Alex Gerber and Abner Silver. Directed by John Murray Anderson [earliest Broadway credit]. Greenwich Village Theatre (moved to The Nora Bayes Theatre from 9 Sep 1919- close): 15 Jul 1919- 31 Jan 1920 (232 performances). Cast: Arjamand , Babette Busey, Jane Carroll, Dorothy Clay, Anna Mae Clift, Cecil Cunningham, Virginia Curtis, Bessie McCoy Davis, Jacqueline Delaine, Jere Delaney, Harry Delf, Charles Derickson, Gordon Drexel, Robert Edwards, Doris Faithful, William Foran, Ada Forman, Helen Frances, Warner Gault, Alden Gay, Al Herman, Virginia Lee, Ted Lewis, Edmund Makalif, Irene Marcellus, Rita Marshall, Irene Mathews, Susanne Morgan, Irene Olsen, Cynthia Perot, Homer Rosine, Rex Story, Edgar Thornton, Willard Ward, James Watts, Ruth Weeks, Billie Weston, Rita Zalmani, Olga Ziceva. Produced by The Bohemians Inc. and John Murray Anderson.
  • (1920) Stage Play: What's in a Name? Musical revue. Music by Milton Ager. Book by John Murray Anderson. Lyrics by John Murray Anderson. Written in collaboration with Anna Wynne O'Ryan and Jack Yellen. Music orchestrated by Maurice De Packh and Arthur Lange. Musical Director: Augustus Barratt. Choreographed by Michio Ito and Jack Manning. Costume Design by Robert Locher and Kay Turner. Scenic Design by James Reynolds. Directed by John Murray Anderson. Maxine Elliott's Theatre (moved to The Lyric Theatre from 19 Apr 1920- close): 19 Mar 1920- 26 Jun 1920 (115 performances). Cast: Gertrude Alces, John Alexander, Arjamond, Constance Barnes, Christine Bernsman, Olive Brower, Joe Burroughs, Juliet Compton, Vivian Connors, Sheila Courtney, Sara Crewe, Rex Dantzler, Grace De Carlton, Charles Derickson, Dorothy DeVinna, Richard Dolliver, Willard Eldridge, Ed E. Ford, Gloria Foy, Rosalind Fuller, Glenn Gamble, Marie Gaspar, A.M. Gowing, Emilie Haddone, Alice Hegeman, Beatrice Herford, Hildred, Olin Howard, Yasu Katayama, Honey Kay, Flora Keane, Allyn Kearns, June Korle, Mary Lane, Olive LaVaine, Virginia Lee, Jessie Lorraine, Dorothy Loveclark, Mildred Mann, Muriel Manners, Robert Manning, Lane McLeod, Carol Miller, Beatrice Milner, Loretta Morgan, Thomas Morgan, Vera Myers, Joseph Palkowitch, Frank Parker, Corone Paynter, Margaret Petit, Ethel Sinclair, Dorothy Smoller, Zola Terryl, Dorothy Utley, Phil White, Herbert Williams, Hilda Wolfus, Helen Lee Worthing, Sallie Yarrow, Mimi Youde. Produced by John Murray Anderson.
  • (1920) Stage Play: The Greenwich Village Follies of 1920. Musical revue. Music by A. Baldwin Sloane. Book by Thomas J. Gray. Lyrics by John Murray Anderson and Arthur Swanstrom. Musical Director: Charles Previn. Music orchestrated by A.C. Columbo and Mornay D. Helm. Featuring songs by Louis Silvers, James F. Hanley, 'Albert Von Tilzer' and Johnny Black. Featuring songs with lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva, Joe Goodwin, Lew Brown, Murray Roth, Howard Johnson and Cliff Hess. Scenic Design by Robert Locher and James Reynolds. Choreographed by Jack Manning. Directed by John Murray Anderson. Greenwich Village Theatre (moved to The Shubert Theatre from 20 Sep 1920- close): 30 Aug 1920- 5 Mar 1921 (217 performances). Cast: Dorothy Arnold, Ivan Bankoff, Mary Bay, Agnes Brady, Jay Brennan, Olive Brower, Florence Browne, Mona Celeste, James Clemons, Anna Mae Clift, Collins & Hart, Frank Crumit, Cyrena Dahl, Margaret Davies, Florence Elmore, Constance Farber, Irene Farber, Eugene Fosdick, Alden Gay, Harriet Gimbel, Lou Gorey, Edward Graham, Doris Green, Hap Hadley, Ford Hanford, Helen Jesmer, Allyn Joslyn, Mary Lewis, Betty Linn, Frances Mann, Mildred Mann, Howard Marsh, Peggy Matthews, Pee Wee Meyers, Florence Normand, Elizabeth North, Mlle. Phebe, Maurice Quinlivan, Bert Savoy, Margaret Severn, Sybil Stokes, Janet Stone, Martha Throop, Marie Tudar, Marie Voorhees, Helen Lee Worthing, Olga Ziceva. Produced by The Bohemians Inc. and John Murray Anderson.
  • (1921) Stage Play: The Greenwich Village Follies. Musical revue.
  • (1922) Stage Play: The Greenwich Village Follies. Musical revue. Music by Louis A. Hirsch. Book by George V. Hobart. Lyrics by John Murray Anderson and Irving Caesar; Additional music by Irving Caesar and Harry Ruby. Additional lyrics by Bert Kalmar. Musical Direction by Alfred Newman. Choreographed by Jack Manning, Carl Randall and Alexander Yakovleff. Directed by John Murray Anderson. Shubert Theatre: 12 Sep 1922- 10 Mar 1923 (209 performances). Cast: Dorothy Arnold, Elsie Bartlett, Frieda Berkoff, Louis Berkoff, Jay Brennan, Lucille Chalfonte, Azeada Charkouie, George Christie, George Clifford, Ruth Conley, Dinarzade, Mollie Doherty, Fortunello and Cirillano, Yvonne George, Harriet Gimbel, Doris Green, John Hazzard, Frankie Heath, Paul K. Herbert, Jeanne La Mont, Josephine MacNicol, Helen McDonald, Lucila Mendez, Edythe Nedd, Madge North, Marjorie Peterson, Carl Randall, George Rasely, Eugenia Repelsky, Virginia Roche, Bert Savoy, Michel Schiapiro, Ula Sharon, John Sheehan, Julia Silvers, Amund Sjovik, Tarzanne, Linn Van Vorhees, Della Vanna, Alice Weaver, Grace Kay White, Cricket Wooten, Stella Wooten, Alexander Yakovleff, Marguerite Young. Produced by The Bohemians Inc.
  • (1923) Stage Play: Jack and Jill. Musical comedy. Book by Frederic S. Isham and Otto A. Harbach. Based on a play by Frederic S. Isham. Lyrics by Otto A. Harbach, John Murray Anderson and Augustus Barratt. Music by Augustus Barratt. Musical Director: Charles Previn. Music orchestrated by Maurice De Packh and Stephen Jones. Additional music by Alfred Newman, William Daly, Muriel Pollock and Ivor Novello. Additional lyrics by Ivor Novello, Oliver Deering and Blanche Merrill. Choreographed by Larry Ceballos. Staged by John Murray Anderson. Directed by John Harwood. Globe Theatre: 22 Mar 1923- 9 Jun 1923 (92 performances). Cast: Kathlyn Ardelle (as "Ensemble"), Jean Barney (as "Solo Singer"), Leon Barte (as "Solo Dancer"), Lina Basquette (as "The Maid/Solo Dancer"), Beth Beri (as "Phyllis Sisson/Solo Dancer"), Helene Blair (as "Solo Dancer"), Brenda Bond (as "Solo Singer"), Anna Buckley (as "Ensemble"), Gladys Burgette (as "A Descendant of Mary Ball"), Cynthia Cambridge (as "Ensemble"), Barbara Cavello (as "Ensemble"), America Chedister (as "Mrs. DePeyster Fish/Ensemble"), Joan Clement (as "Ensemble"), Anna Mae Clift (as "Ensemble"), Beatrice Collenette (as "Solo Dancer"), Carlos Conte (as "The Footman"), Pauline Doria (as "Ensemble"), Elsa Doris (as "Ensemble"), Peggy Fish (as "Ensemble"), Ward Fox (as "Solo Dancer"), Alden Gay (as "Ensemble"), Eleanora Grover (as "Mrs. Foote/Ensemble"), Roger Imhof (as "Daniel Malone"), Brooke Johns (as "Donald Lee"), Leslie Joy (as "Solo Singer"), Eleanor Labelle (as "Ensemble"), Eileen Lawrie (as "Solo Singer"), Violet Lobell (as "Ensemble"), Edna Locke (as "Ensemble"), Donald MacDonald (as "Jack Andrews"), Nathalie Malowan (as "Solo Singer"), Geraldine Markham (as "Ensemble"), Kiki Maxwell (as "Corps de Ballet"), Gayle Mays (as "Solo Dancer"), Elizabeth North (as "Ensemble"), Nyoka-Nyoka (as "Solo Dancer"), Virginia O'Brien (as "Jill Malone"), Astrid Ohlson (as "Solo Singer"), Lester O'Keefe (as "Solo Singer"), Georgia O'Ramey (as "Mrs. Malone"), Metta Louise Orr (as "Mrs. Sylvester Jones"), Julia Parler (as "Corps de Ballet"), Lennox Pawle (as "Duke of Dippington"), Ann Pennington (as "Gloria Wayne"), Geneva Price (as "Corps de Ballet"), Russell Scott (as "(as "The Butler/Solo Singer"), Tarzanne (as "Ensemble"), Winifred Verina (as "Marcia Manners"), Doris Vinton (as "Corps de Ballet") [Broadway debut], Clifton Webb (as "Jimmy Eustace"), Claudius Webster (as "Solo Dancer"), Cricket Wooten (as "Corps de Ballet"). Produced by Chelsea Producing Corp.
  • (1923) Stage Play: The Greenwich Village Follies. Musical revue.
  • (1924) Stage Play: The Greenwich Village Follies. Musical revue. Music by Cole Porter. Lyrics by Cole Porter, John Murray Anderson, and Irving Caesar. Featuring songs by Isham Jones. Choreographed by Jack Manning. Directed by John Murray Anderson. Shubert Theatre: 16 Sep 1924- 3 Jan 1925 (127 performances). Cast: Roshanara, Robert Alton, Bobbe Arnst, Don Barclay, America Chedister, George Christie, James Clemons, Maisie Clifton, Ethel Davies, Billie De Rex, Jenny Dolly, Rosie Dolly (billed as "Roszika Dolly"), Georgia Hale, Vincent Lopez, Ludmilla, Charles Mack, George Moran, James Naulty, Dorothy Neville, George Rasely, John Sheehan, Julia Silvers. Produced by The Bohemians Inc., A.L. Jones and Morris Green.
  • (1924) Stage Play: Music Box Revue. Musical revue. Music by Irving Berlin. Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Directed by John Murray Anderson. Music Box Theatre: 1 Dec 1924- May 1925 (184 performances). Cast: Fanny Brice, The Brox Sisters, Bobby Clark, Duell Sisters, Claire Luce, Helen Lyons, Margarita, Joseph McCauley, Paul McCullough, Grace Moore, Carl Randall, Irving Rose, Ula Sharon, Oscar Shaw, Hal Sherman, Tamiris. Produced by Sam Harris.
  • (1925) Stage Play: Dearest Enemy. Musical comedy. Book by Herbert Fields. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Music orchestrated by Emil Gerstenberger. Dances and Ensembles Directed by Carl Hemmer. Orchestra under the direction of Richard Rodgers. Libretto Directed by Charles Sinclair and Harry Ford. Scenic Design by Clark Robinson. Costume Design by Mark Mooring (Costumes for Act One), Hubert Davis (Costumes for Act One) and James Reynolds (Costumes for Acts Two and Three). Directed by John Murray Anderson. Knickerbocker Theatre: 18 Sep 1925- 22 May 1926 (286 performances). Cast: Flavia Arcaro (as "Ms. Robert Murray"), Peggy Bancroft, Charles Bennington, Arthur Brown, Walter Burke, Rachel Chester, Harold Crane, Roberta Curry, James Cushman, Marian Dabney, Marita Dennis, H.E. Eldridge, William Eville (as "General Henry Clinton"), Gloria Faye, Helen Ford, Percy French, Alden Gay, Louis Gomez, Conrad Gordon, George Harold, Don Knobloch, Frank Lambert, Edward Larkin, Andrew Lawlor Jr. (as "Jimmy Burke"), Joy Leitch, Betty Linn, Mildred Mann, Burton McEvilly, Elizabeth North, Jane Overton, Josephine Payne, Detmar Poppen (as "General John Tryon"), Geneva Price, Charles Purcell (as "Captain Sir John Copeland"), Eugenia Renon, John Seymour, Jack Shannon, Lucille Smyser, Helen Spring, Mark Truscott, John Valentine, Marian Williams, Polly Williams, Percy Woodley, Devah Worrell, Mabel Zoeckler. Produced by George Ford.
  • (1928) Stage Play: Hello, Daddy. Musical comedy. Book by Herbert Fields. Lyrics by Dorothy Fields. Music by Jimmy McHugh. Based on a farce adapted from the German by Frank Mandel. Principal Dance Routines arranged by Buddy Bradley. Harmony arrangements of the Giersdorf Sisters' songs by Arthur Johnston. Music orchestrated by Maurice De Packh, Stephen Jones, Fod Livingston and Hans Spialek. Musical Numbers Staged by Busby Berkeley. Entire Production Under the Supervision of John Murray Anderson. Costume Design by Charles Le Maire. Scenic Design by Hermann Rosse. Book Directed by Alexander Leftwich. Lew Fields' Mansfield Theatre (moved to George M. Cohan's Theatre from 21 Jan 1929- May 1929, then moved to Erlanger's Theatre from 6 May 1929- close): 26 Dec 1928- 15 Jun 1929 (198 performances). Cast: Lew Fields (as "Henry Block"), Ethel Allen (as "Eloise, Student at Cedarhurst"), Annette Atherton (as "Girl of the Chorus"), James Bradleigh (as "Boy of the Chorus"), Bobby Brodsley (as "Girl of the Chorus"), Donald Brown (as "Boy of the Chorus"), Shirley Buford (as "Singer"), Bob Burk (as "Singer"), Harriet Carling (as "Girl of the Chorus"), Donn Carney (as "Singer"), Wilfred Clark (as "Anthony Bennett"), Elizabeth Crandall (as "Ellen, Student at Cedarhurst/Singer"), Dorothy Croyle (as "Edna, Student at Cedarhurst"), Florence Earle (as "Miss Prichard, Principal at Cedarhurst"), Jean Egan (as "Girl of the Chorus"), Alice Fischer (as "Emma Block"), Helen Fried (as "Girl of the Chorus"), Wanda Gall (as "Helen"), Elvira Giersdorf (as "Gertrude"), Irene Giersdorf (as "Helene"), Rae Giersdorf (as "Marguerite"), Carroll Glucas (as "Godfrey Burnham"), Madeline Grey (as "Mathilde Burnham"), Edward Hackett (as "Boy of the Chorus"), George Hassell (as "Edward Hauser"), Albert Hewitt (as "Singer"), Doris Jay (as "Girl of the Chorus"), Henrietta Kay (as "Girl of the Chorus"), Allen Kearns (as "Lawrence Tucker"), Mary Lawlor (as "Mary Block"), George C. Lehrian (as "Singer"), Betty Lockwood (as "Girl of the Chorus"), Marjorie-May (as "Martin Grace, Student at Cedarhurst"), Jerome Maxwell (as "Boy of the Chorus"), David Morton (as "Boy of the Chorus"), May Muth [credited as Mae Muth] (as "Singer"), Frances Norton (as "Girl of the Chorus"), Emmy Lou Petri (as "Girl of the Chorus"), Valerie Petri (as "Girl of the Chorus"), Larry Regan (as "Boy of the Chorus"), Patricia Ross (as "Singer"), Dorothy Roy (as "Dot, Student at Cedarhurst"), Paula Sands (as "Girl of the Chorus"), Charles Scott (as "Boy of the Chorus"), Jane Sherman (as "Girl of the Chorus"), Betty Starbuck (as "Betty Hauser, Student at Cedarhurst"), Billy Taylor (as "Noel Burnham"), Peggy Tebbs (as "Girl of the Chorus"), Inez Tremble (as "Girl of the Chorus"), Jae Voll (as "Girl of the Chorus"), Jack Waldron (as "Boy of the Chorus"). Produced by Lew M. Fields.
  • (1929) Stage Play: John Murray Anderson's Almanac. Musical revue.
  • (1934) Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1934. Musical revue. Music by Vernon Duke, Samuel Pokrass, Billy Hill, H. I. Phillips, Fred Allen, Harry Tugend and Ballard MacDonald. Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. Musical Director: John McManus. Sketches by: H.I. Philips, Fred Allen and David Freedman. Written by Harry Turgend. Featuring songs with lyrics by Ballard MacDonald, Billy Rose, Billy Hill and Edward Heyman. Featuring songs by Joseph Meyer, Richard Myers, Dana Suesse, Peter DeRose, Billy Hill and James F. Hanley. Additional numbers staged by John Murray Anderson. Directed by Bobby Connolly. Winter Garden Theatre: 4 Jan 1934- 9 Jun 1934 (182 performances). Cast: John Adair, Joanna Allen, Virginia Allen, Louene Ambrosius, Peggy Ann, Eve Arden [Broadway debut], Margorie Baglin, Judith Barron, Leon Barte, Mary Bay, Betzi Beaton, Anna Bell, Herman Belmonte, Helen Bennett, Al Bloom, Hazel Boffinger, Mary Bolles, Mildred Borst, Patricia Bowman, Fanny Brice, Mary Ellen Brown, Dorothy Buckley, Joanne Cannon, Joseph Carey, Jean Carson, Jacques Cartier, Jack Coogan, Gloria Cook, Dorothy Daly, Hope Dare, Hope Dare, Maxine Darrell, Loretta Dennison, Eva Desca, Buddy Ebsen, Vilma Ebsen, Frank Ericson, Lonita Foster, Helene Frederic, Jane Froman, Marjorie Gayle, Gloria Glennon, Julia Gorman, Irene Hamlin, Helen Hannon, Pearl Harris, Eugene Howard, Willie Howard, Brice Hutchins, Vivian Janis, Julie Jenner, Ruth Kane, Gladyse Keating, James Kitson, Evelyn Laurie, Naomi Leaf, Clark Leston, Rose Lipton, Dorothy MacKinnon, Florence Mallee, Florence Malley, Carlotta Mann, Charlotte Mann, Lillian Mann, Fred Mannat, Everett Marshall, Camilla Masters, Sara Mazo, Pam McAvoy, Frances McHugh, Vicki Michak, Bobbie Miller, Dinty Moore, Victor Morely, Jane Moxon, Evelyn Nichols, Evelyn Nielson, Cherry Preisser [Broadway debut], June Preisser [Broadway debut], Ina Ray, Ruth Reiter, Susanne Remos, Edith Roark, Thora Roberts, Don Ross, Caroline Ryan, Ruth Saks, Sid Salzer, Marion Santre, Sunya Shurman, Leone Sousa, Edwina Steele, Maria Steele, Marie Stevens, Jean Stuart, Lucile Stuart, Adlynn Swan, Gladine Sweetser, Ethel Thorsen, The Vikings, Oliver Wakefield, Mildred Webb, Gil White, Marguerite White, Betty Worth. Produced by Mrs. Florenz Ziegfeld (Billie Burke).
  • (1934) Stage Play: Keep Moving. Musical revue.
  • (1934) Stage Play: Life Begins at 8:40. Musical revue. Music by Harold Arlen. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin and E.Y. Harburg. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek. Choreographed by Robert Alton. Comedy scenes directed by Philip Loeb. Principal director: John Murray Anderson. Winter Garden Theatre: 27 Aug 1934- 16 Mar 1935 (237 performances). Cast: Ray Bolger, Luella Gear, Bert Lahr, Frances Williams, Eugene Ashley, Jack Barrett, Mary Bay, Regina Beck, Vicki Belling, Helen Bennett, George Bockman, Hazel Boffinger, Edward Browne, Sally Bynum, Mary Ann Carr, Noreen Carr, Jean Carson, Geri Chopin, Frances Comstock, Aida Conkey, Hope Dare, Maxine Darrell, Aline Davis, Brian Donlevy, Tom Draper, Dixie Dunbar, Helene Ecklund, William Ehlers, Marjorie Ezequelle, Charles Fowler, Darley Fuller, Peggy Gallimore, Williem Gerard, Sally Gibbs, Ilse Gronau, Kai Hansen, Pearl Harris, Winifred Harros, Josephine Houston, Mary Howard, Julie Jenner, Esther Junger, Jane Lane, Michael Logan, Arthur Manning, Adrienne Matzenauer, James McColl, Ethel Medsker, Jane Moxon, Ofelia & Pimento, Emmett Oldfield, Earl Oxford, Jessica Pepper, Gloria Pierre, Sid Salzer, Betty Schlaffer, Josephine Schwarz, Bartlett Simmons, Grena Sloan, Jack Starr, Donald Stewart, Sherry Stuart, Anya Taranda, Peggy Thomas, Ethel Thorsen, Walter Wahl, Mildred Webb, The Charles Weidman Dancers, Grover Whalen, Robert Wildhack. 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.
  • (1935) Stage Play: Jumbo. Musical comedy/puppets. Music by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. Book by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur. Lyrics by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster and Marjery Fielding. Directed by John Murray Anderson and George Abbott. Hippodrome Theatre: 16 Nov 1935- 18 Apr 1936 (233 performances). Cast: Dave Adams, Dave Ballard, Barbette, Jack Barnes, Big Rosie, Donald Black, Tom Breen, Helen Brooks, Willard Dashiell, Charles De Camo, Josie DeMotte, Dr. Ostermeier's "Doheos", Lipman Duckat, Lenze Duo, Jimmy Durante (as "Claudius B. Bowers"), Sybil Elaine (as "Little Girl"), Lynn Eldredge, William J. Ferry, Roger Gerry, Gloria Grafton (as "Mickey Considine"), Gene Greenlaw, Grace Elizabeth Hanneford, Poodles Hanneford (as "Poodles"), Helen Harvey, Harry Jackson, Mary Jackson, Julius Johnson, Robert Johnson, A.P. Kaye (as "Mr. Jellico"), Tiny Kline, Karl Kosicsky, John Kuebler, Arthur La Fleur, Henry La Marr, Minnie LaPell, Bob Lawrence, Jack Leslie, Walter Lewis, Tom Lomas, Jim Mardy, W.J. McCarthy, Ray Miller, Victoria Miller, Donald Novis, William Parker, Jack Phillips, A. Robins, William Selig, Arthur Sherwood, Arthur Sinclair, Fred Spear, Takayama, The Kimris, The Nazfys, The Stonleys, Lomas Troupe, Olivette Tyana, Frances Van Ritter, George Watts, Solon West (as "Razorback"), Cliff Whitcombe, Philip Wood. Produced by Billy Rose.
  • (1936) Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1936. Musical revue. Music by Vernon Duke. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Based on material by David Freeman. Musical Director: John McManus. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek, Conrad Salinger, Robert Russell Bennett and Don Walker. Scenic Design and Costume Design by Vincente Minnelli. Sketches directed by Eddie Dowling. Ballets directed by George Balanchine. Directed by John Murray Anderson and Edward C. Lilley. Winter Garden Theatre: 30 Jan 1936- 9 May 1936 (115 performances). Cast: Fanny Brice, Bob Hope, Gertrude Niesen, Eve Arden, Gene Ashley, Josephine Baker, Milton Barnett, Vicki Belling, Herman Belmonte, Prescott Brown, Edward Browne, Florine Callahan, Judy Canova, George Church, Stella Clauson, Evelyn Dale, Dorothy Daly, Maxine Darrell, Roger Davis, Nancy Dolan, Tom Draper, Althea Elder, George Enz, Helene Fromson, Thomas Gleason, Vera Haal, Georgia Hiden, Harriet Hoctor, Gay Hoff, John Hoyt, Stan Kavanaugh, Irene Kelly, Lyn Leslie, Ula Love, Elena Marano, Helene Marchand, Duke McHale, Rodney McLennan, Betty McMahon, Mary Alice Moore, Jean Moorhead, Howard Morgan, Jane Moxon, Paul Nelson, The Nicholas Brothers, Hugh O'Connell, Eileen O'Driscoll, Jessica Pepper, Gloria Pierre, Cherry Preisser, June Preisser, Isabel Pulsford, William Quentmeyer, Peggy Quinn, J. Ramos, Erminie Randolph, Frances Rands, Cornelia Rogers, J. Sastere, Marion Semler, Thelma Shearon, Didi Skoug, Marlyn Stuart, Ricki Tanzi, Peggy Thomas, Ethel Thorsen, Williem Van Loon, Marie Vanneman, Everette West, Irving West, Ben Yost. Produced by Billie Burke Ziegfeld, Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1939) Stage Play: One For the Money. Musical revue. Conceived by John Murray Anderson. Musical Staging by Robert Alton. Sketches Staged by Edward C. Lilley. Scenic Design by 'Raoul Pène Du Bois'. Costume Design by Raoul Pène Du Bois. Lighting Design by John Murray Anderson. Directed by John Murray Anderson. Booth Theatre: 4 Feb 1939- 27 May 1939 (132 performances). Cast: William Archibald, Maxine Barrat [Broadway debut] (as "Friend/Ensemble/Secretary/Lucy Timpkin/The Archduchess/A Client"), Philip Bourneuf (as "The Father/Mr. Marbury/Fifth King/Mr. Lippencott/Mr. Ernest Sprockett/Dick McQuade"), Frances Comstock, Alfred Drake (as "The Brother/Mr. Fuller/Singer/Orson Welles/The Groom/The Manager/Reporter"), Brenda Forbes, Nadine Gae, Nancy Hamilton, Ray Kavanaugh and His Orchestra, Gene Kelly [Broadway debut] (as "Friend/Ensemble/Mr. Gordon/The Best Man/Reporter/Singer/Western Union Boy"), Don Loper (as "Friend/Ensemble/Bebe's Manager/Third King/The Archduke/Officer in charge of Bureaus of Missing Persons/Western Union Boy"), Ruth Matteson (as "Friend/Sylvia Turnbridge/Mrs. Jamison/Singer/Barbara McQuade/A Client"), Grace McDonald (as "Friend/Ensemble/Secretary/The Princess/Singer/Bridesmaid/A Client"), Nell O'Day, Robert Smith, Keenan Wynn (as "Friend/Ensemble/First King/W.P.A. Worker/Mike/Customs Inspector/The Emperor/Reporter/Western Union Boy"). Produced by Gertrude Macy and Stanley Gilkey. Produced by arrangement with Robert F. Cutler.
  • (1940) Stage Play: Two For The Show. Musical revue. Sketches and lyrics by Nancy Hamilton. Music by Morgan Lewis. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek and Don Walker. "The Age of Innocence" and "Cookery" written by Richard Haydn. Vocal arrangements by Harold Cooke. Directed by John Murray Anderson. Booth Theatre: 8 Feb 1940- 25 May 1940 (124 performances). Cast: William Archibald, Eve Arden, Virginia Bolen, Frances Comstock, Norton Dean, Brenda Forbes, Nadine Gae, Willard Gary, Richard Haydn, Eunice Healy, Betty Hutton, Kathryn Kimber, Dean Norton, Robert Smith, Tommy Wonder, Keenan Wynn. Produced by Gertrude Macy and Stanley Gilkey.
  • (1940) Stage Play: All in Fun. Musical revue. Directed by John Murray Anderson.
  • (1941) Stage Play: Sunny River. Musical. Music by Sigmund Romberg. Book by Oscar Hammerstein II. Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Conducted by Jay Blackton [credited as Jacob Schwartzdorf] (earliest Broadway credit). Scenic Design by Stewart Chaney. Costume Design by Irene Sharaff. Supervised by John Murray Anderson. Choreographed by Carl Randall. Directed by Oscar Hammerstein II. St. James Theatre: 4 Dec 1941- 3 Jan 1942 (36 performances). Cast: Peggy Alexander (as "Martha"), James Allison (as "Ensemble"), Jay Amiss (as "Ensemble"), Russ Anderson (as "Ensemble"), Muriel Angelus (as "Marie Sauvinet"), Ainsworth Arnold (as "Gabriel Gervais"), Barbara Barton (as "Ensemble"), Henni Brooks (as "Ensemble"), Vicki Charles (as "Emma"), Helen Claire (as "Cecilie Marshall"), Donald Clark (as "Jim"), Dudley Clements (as "George Marshall"), Alfredo Costello (as "Ensemble"), Gordon Dilworth (as "Emil"), Edward Dunbar (as "Ensemble"), Tom Ewell (as "Daniel Marshall"), Howard Freeman (as "The Drunk"), Betty Gilpatrick (as "Ensemble"), William Hearne (as "Ensemble"), William Hogue (as "Ensemble"), George Holmes (as "Harry"), Richard Huey (as "Old Henry"), Philip Jones (as "Ensemble"), Miriam LaVelle (as "Columbine"), Bob Lawrence (as "Jean Gervais"), Lodema Legg (as "Ensemble"), Ethel Levey (as "Lolita"), Gwen Mann (as "Ensemble"), Helen Marshall (as "Ensemble"), John Marshall (as "Ensemble"), Byron Milligan (as "Ensemble"), Edwin Bruce Moldow (as "Child"), Mariquita Moll (as "Ensemble"), Ann Morlowe (as "Ensemble"), May Muth (as "Ensemble"), William O'Neal (as "Achille Caresse"), Robert Ormiston (as "Ensemble"), Fred Perrone (as "Ensemble"), Frederic Persson (as "Judge Pope Martineau"), Oscar Polk (as "Aristide"), Carol Renee (as "Child"), Jack Riano (as "Harlequin"), Joan Roberts (as "Madeleine Caresse"), Ivy Scott (as "Mother Gervais"), Joan Shepard (as "Child"), Michael Sigel (as "Ensemble"), Ethel Taylor (as "Ensemble"), Kenneth Tobey (as "The Doctor"), Stephanie Turash (as "Ensemble"), Helen Wagner (as "Ensemble"), Roy Williams (as "Ensemble"), Buddy Worth (as "Enemble"). Produced by Max Gordon.
  • (1943) Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1943. Musical revue. Music by Ray Henderson. Additional music by Dan White. Sketches by Lester Lee, Jerry Seelen, Bud Pearson, Les White, Joseph Erens, Charles Sherman, Harry Young, Lester Lawrence, Baldwin Bergersen, Ray Golden, Sid Kuller, William K. Wells and Harold Rome. Additional lyrics by Buddy Burston. Lyrics by Jack Yellen. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Orchestra under the direction of John McManus. Additional material by Joseph Erens. Choreographed by Robert Alton. Dialogue directed by Arthur Pierson and Frederick De Cordova. Production Supervised by Harry A. Kaufman. Entire production devised and directed by John Murray Anderson. Winter Garden Theatre (moved to The Imperial Theatre from 25 Jan 1944 to close): 1 Apr 1943- 22 Jul 1944 (553 performances). Cast: Milton Berle (as "Cecil"/"The Micromaniac" Singer), Ilona Massey (as "Thirty-Five Summers Ago" Singer/"Love Songs are Made in the Night" Singer/Gertrude Olsen/Loves-A-Poppin'/Michala Carmen in Zoot/"Hindu Serenade" Singer/"Hold That Smile" Dancer), Arthur Treacher (as "Godfrey/Good God Godfrey/Crumpet/Loves-A-Poppin'/ Don Jose/Carmen in Zoot/Himself/Once a Butler/"Hold That Smile" Dancer), Jack Allen, Ray Arnett, Carolyn Ayres, Christine Ayres, Bea Bailey, Bil Baird, Cora Baird, Jim Barron, Robert Bay, Mary Alice Bigham, Oliver Boersma, Doris Brent, Veronica Byrnes, Josine Cagle, Imogen Carpenter, Skippy Cekan, Virginia Cheneval, Jack Cole, Ann Connolly, Ray Cook, Bob Copsy, Bruce Davison, Grace De Witt, Betty Douglas, Penny Edwards, Nadine Gae, Mary Ganley, Arthur Grahl, David Gray, Victor Griffin, Eleanor Hall, Patricia Hall, Edward Hayes, Manfred Hecht, Marilyn Hightower, Gretchen Houser, Howard Jackson, Jerry Jansley, Jerry Koban, Yvonne Kummer, Rebecca Lee, Kay Lewis, Ray Long, Howard Ludwig, Edmund Lyndeck, Bubbles Mandel, Jay Martin, Arthur Maxwell, Jack McCauley, Mary McDonnell, Earle McVeigh, Katherine Meskill, Virginia Miller, Dean Murphy, Janie New, Marianne O'Brien, Michael Pober, Renee Riley, Robert Rippy, Dixie Roberts, Ruth Rowan, Sue Ryan, Charles Senna, Robert Shaw, Rosaleen Simpson, Sgt. Tom Smith, Betty Stuart, Theodore Teddick, Rose Teed, The Jansleys, The Rhythmaires, Mimi Walthers, Don Weissmuller, Ila Marie Wilson, Tommy Wonder, Doris York. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert. Produced in association with Alfred Bloomingdale and Lou Walters. Produced by arrangement with Billie Burke Ziegfeld.
  • (1944) Stage Play: Laffing Room Only. Musical comedy/revue. Music by Burton Lane. Lyrics by Burton Lane. Book by Ole Olsen, Chic Johnson and Eugene Conrad. Arranger for Glee Club: Pam Davenport, Roy Ringwald and Robert Shaw. General Director for Olsen and Johnson David Murray. Production Supervised by Harry A. Kaufman. Scenic Design by Stewart Chaney. Costume Design by Billy Livingston. Assistant to Mr. Livingston: Kasia Spilos. Assistant to Mr. Chaney: Peggy Clark. Company Manager: George Leffler. Stage Director: Dennis Murray. Stage Manager: Henning Irgens. Assistant Stage Mgr: Cliff Crist. Conducted by John McManus. Assistant to Robert Alton: Harry Pogue. Press Representative: C.P. Greneker, Joe Flynn and Stanley Seiden. Assistant to John Murray Anderson: Arny Saint Subber. Company Manager: George Leffler. Production staged by John Murray Anderson. Choreographed by Robert Alton. Comedy directed by Edward F. Cline [final Broadway credit]. Winter Garden Theatre: 23 Dec 1944- 14 Jul 1945 (232 performances). Cast: Jack Allen (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/British Soldier/Go Down To Boston Harbor/On Broadway/Stop That Dancing/Uncle/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'"), Tony Anzy (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"The Ghost Train" Performer"), William Archibald (as "Go Down To Boston Harbor" Dancer/ The Sailor/Stop That Dancing/"Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'" Dancer McCoy Son/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/The Hollywood Producer/ Sunny California"), Ray Arnett (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/In Harlem/Stop That Dancing/"This Is As Far As I Go" Singer"), Vicki Barrett (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer"), Virginia Barrett (as "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/"The Ghost Train" Performer/Neighbor/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/In the box/Intermission/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), George Beach (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer/British Soldier/Go Down To Boston Harbor/"The Ghost Train" Performer"), O'Donnell Blair (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"The Piano Movers" Performer"), May Block (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/At El Morocco Stop That Dancing"), Gene Bone (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer/Firing Squad/The Russian Art Players"), Margaret Brander (as "Soprano/Moments Musicals"), Margot Brander (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall/In the box Intermission"), Robert Breton (as "Count Dimitri Resluvsky/The Russian Art Players/Son/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/Hollywood Announcer/In a Radio Station"), Kenny Buffett (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/At El Morocco Stop That Dancing/The Beau/Got That Good Time Feelin'/Juvenile Star/Sunny California"), Harry Burns (as "In the lobby/Before the Show/Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/ Son/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'"), Francis Cooke (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer/Firing Squad/The Russian Art Players/The Cameraman/Sunny California"), Cliff Crist (as "In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Lillion Cross (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Girl Patriot/Go Down To Boston Harbor/On Broadway/Stop That Dancing"), Ernie D'Amato (as "Guest/Tourist City Hall/"The Ghost Train" Performer/Son/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'"), Shannon Dean (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble "In a Radio Station" Ensemble/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Dorothy Demolina (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Girl Patriot/Go Down To Boston Harbor/At El Morocco/Stop That Dancing"), Dippy Diers (as "In the lobby/Before the Show/In the box/Intermission"), Norman Drew (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/British Soldier/ Go Down To Boston Harbor/"This Is As Far As I Go" Singer/Uncle/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'"), Penny Edwards (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall/At El Morocco/Stop That Dancing/"The Ghost Train" Performer/The Hollywood Star/Sunny California"), Bruce Evans (as "Prince Vasiloff/The Russian Art Players/Guest/Tourist/City Hall/Colonel/The Russian Art Players/"An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/Judge/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Tom Fletcher (as "The Ghost Train" Performer"), Betty Garrett (as "Go Down To Boston Harbor" Singer/"Stop That Dancing" Singer/"This Is As Far As I Go" Singer/"Sunny California" Singer/"The Steps of the Capitol" Singer"), Betty Gilpatrick (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer/"The Steps of the Capitol" Singer"), Dolores Goodman (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer"), Virginia Gorski (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer"), Frances Henderson (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Guest/Tourist/City Hall/In Greenwich Village/Stop That Dancing/"The Ghost Train" Performer/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Gae Hess (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Girl Patriot/Go Down To Boston Harbor/"An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/In Greenwich Village/Stop That Dancing/"The Ghost Train" Performer"), Penny Holt (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/In Central Park/Stop That Dancing/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Gretchen Houser (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Guest/Tourist/City Hall/In Harlem/Stop That Dancing/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Catherine Johnson (as "Anna/The Russian Art Players"), Chic Johnson (as "General Duquesne/Go Down To Boston Harbor/Mr. Tenant/An Apartment in 1980/"Pocatello, Idaho" Performer "The Ghost Train" Performer/Bride/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin' "The Piano Movers" Performer/The Sound Man/In a Radio Station"), Marjorie Johnstone (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/At El Morocco/Stop That Dancing"), Lee Joyce (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Guest/Tourist/City Hall/In Harlem/Stop That Dancing"), Elana Keller (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Conspirator/Go Down To Boston Harbor"), James Kovach (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer"), Sam Kramer (as "Cellist/Moments Musicals"), Mary La Roche (as "Sonya/The Russian Art Players/"Got That Good Time Feelin'" Singer/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Jean Lawrence (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer"), Eleanor Leaman (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Girl Patriot/Go Down To Boston Harbor/On Broadway/Stop That Dancing/ "The Ghost Train" Performer/Mother Hatfield/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Kathryn Lee (as "Go Down To Boston Harbor" Dancer/"Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'" Dancer/Daughter/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/The Ballerina/Got That Good Time Feelin'"), Patricia Lenn (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer"), Jennie Lewis (as "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/"The Ghost Train" Performer/Ma McCoy/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Frank Libuse (as "In the audience/Before the Show/The Conductor/Overture/Guest/Tourist/City Hall/Harpist/Moments Musicals/In the box/Intermission"), J.C. McCord (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/"Go Down To Boston Harbor" Dancer/Conspirator/Go Down To Boston Harbor/In Greenwich Village/Stop That Dancing/"This Is As Far As I Go" Singer"), Ted McGinty (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble"), Tom McKee (as "Flutist/Moments Musicals/"The Ghost Train" Performer/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Lee Michel (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/In Greenwich Village/Stop That Dancing/"This Is As Far As I Go" Singer"), Jean Moorhead (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall/Mrs. Tenant/An Apartment in 1980/"The Ghost Train" Performer/"Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'" Singer/Child/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Olive Nicolsen (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/In Greenwich Village/Stop That Dancing"), Mariane Oliphant (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/At El Morocco/Stop That Dancing"), Ole Olsen (as "Real Estate Agent/An Apartment in 1980/"Pocatello, Idaho" Performer/"The Ghost Train" Performer/Bridegroom/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/"The Piano Movers" Performer/A Radio Announcer/In a Radio Station"), Olsen & Johnson (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall"), Frederick Peters (as "Company Manager/overture/"Hooray for Anywhere" Singer/Conspirator/Go Down To Boston Harbor/"The Ghost Train" Performer/Neighbor/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'"), Kenneth Petersen (as "This Is As Far As I Go" Singer/British Soldier/Go Down To Boston Harbor/In Harlem/Stop That Dancing"/"Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer"), Jack Pierce (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/In Central Park/Stop That Dancing/"This Is As Far As I Go" Singer"), Andrew Ratousheff (as "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/In the box/Intermission/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Buddy Rogers (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/"An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/"This Is As Far As I Go" Singer"), Herbert Ross (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/British Soldier/Go Down To Boston Harbor/On Broadway/Stop That Dancing/"This Is As Far As I Go" Singer/Father/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/The Suitor/Got That Good Time Feelin'"), Roy Russell (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer"), Edward Sanders (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer"), Charles Senna (as "Stage Manager/Overture/Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/"The Ghost Train" Performer/Son/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Otto Simanek "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer"), Allen Stewart (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer"), Doris Sward (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Tommy Thompson (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer/Firing Squad/The Russian Art Players/Juvenile Star/Sunny California"), June Walker (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Grandmother/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Billy West (as "In the lobby/Before the Show/"The Ghost Train" Performer"), Susan West (as "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Lou Wills Jr. (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'" Singer"), Doris York (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer/Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Bill Young (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/ "The Ghost Train" Performer/Neighbor/Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Joe Young (as "Guest/Tourist/City Hall/"An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble/"Pocatello, Idaho" Performer/"The Ghost Train" Performer/"In a Radio Station" Ensemble"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert, Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson.
  • (1945) Stage Play: The Firebrand of Florence. Musical comedy. Directed by John Murray Anderson.
  • (1946) Stage Play: Three to Make Ready. Musical revue. Directed by John Murray Anderson.
  • (1948) Stage Play: Heaven on Earth. Musical comedy. Music by Jay Gorney. Music arranged by Robert Russell Bennett and Don Walker. Lyrics by Barry Trivers. Book by Barry Trivers. Vocal Arrangements and direction by Hugh Martin. Musical Director: Clay Warnick. Additional lyrics by Norman Zeno. Musical adaptation for dances by Alan Morand. Scenic Design and Costume Design by 'Raoul Pène Du Bois'. Production Supervised by Eddie Dowling. Directed by John Murray Anderson. New Century Theatre: 16 Sep 1948- 25 Sep 1948 (12 performances). Cast: Lisa Ayres (as "Dancer"), Dick Bernie (as "Magistrate Kennedy"), David Burns (as "H.H. Hutton"), Dean Campbell (as "Singer"), Angela Castle (as "Singer"), Steve Condos (as "Sailor with Trumpet"), Irwin Corey (as "Commissioner Frobisher"), Julie Curtis (as "Singer"), 'Richard D'Arcy' (as "The Lover"), Ernest Di Gennaro (as "Dancer"), Dante DiPaolo (as "Dancer") [Broadway debut], Robert Dixon (as "John Bowers"), Harold Drake (as "Dancer"), Danny Drayson (as "Punchy"), Cece Eames (as "Dancer"), Babette George (as "Dancer"), Betty George (as "Officer Blandings/Singer"), June Graham (as "The Lover"), John Gray (as "Singer"), Pearl Hacker (as "Singer"), Peter Lind Hayes (as "James Aloysius McCarthy"), Bill Hogue (as "Butch/Singer"), Gretchen Houser (as "Dancer"), Marguerite James (as "Dancer"), Dorothy Jarnac (as "Friday"), Ray Johnson (as "Dancer"), Dorothy Keller (as "Officer Jonesy"), Red Knight (as "Dancer"), Carol Lee (as "Dancer"), Dorothy Love (as "Dancer"), Douglas Luther (as "Singer"), Caren Marsh (as "Fannie Frobisher/Dancer"), Remi Martel (as "Slim/Dancer"), Jack Mattis (as "Dancer"), Ellen McCown (as "Singer"), Ruth Merman (as "Florabelle Frobisher/Dancer"), Wynn Murray (as "Lieut. Sullivan"), Barbara Nunn (as "Mary Brooks"), Jean Olds (as "Singer"), Billy Parsons (as "Sailor"), Donald Powell (as "Dancer"), Dottie Pyren (as "Singer"), Frank Reynolds (as "Dancer"), Jack Russell (as "Radio Engineer/Dippy/Singer"), Bert Sheldon (as "Officer O'Brien/Singer"), Gloria Sickling (as "Dancer"), Curt Stafford (as "Singer"), Claude Stroud (as "Officer Clabber"), Alice Swanson (as "Dancer"), Lucille Udovich [credited as Lucille Udovick] (as "Singer"), Vincent Van Lynn (as "Singer"), Nina Varela (as "Mrs. Frobisher"), Evelyn Ward (as "Dancer"), Jack Whitney (as "Dancer"), Jack Wilkins (as "Dancer"). Produced by Monte Proser. Produced in association with Ned C. Litwack.
  • (1952) Stage Play: Leonard Sillman's New Faces of 1952. Musical revue. Featuring songs by Ronny Graham, Arthur Siegel, June Carroll, Sheldon Harnick [earliest Broadway credit], Michael Brown, Murray Grand and Francis Lemarque. Featuring songs with lyrics by Ronny Graham [earliest Broadway credit], Arthur Siegel, June Carroll, Sheldon Harnick, Michael Brown, Elisse Boyd, Alan Melville, Herbert Farjeon, Francis Lemarque and Peter DeVries. Sketches by Ronny Graham and Melvin Brooks. Additional text by Peter DeVries, Roger Price, Alan Melville, Paul Lynde [Broadway debut], Luther Davis and John Cleveland. Musical Director: Anton Coppola. Music orchestrated by Ted Royal. Special orchestration by Anton Coppola. Conceived by John Murray Anderson. Sketches directed by John Beal. Musical Staging by Richard Barstow. Scenic Design by Raoul Pene Du Bois. Costume Design by Thomas Becher and Raoul Pène Du Bois. Choreographed by Richard Barstow. Directed by John Murray Anderson. Royale Theatre: 16 May 1952- 28 Mar 1953 (365 performances). Cast: Virginia Bosler, June Carroll, Robert Clary [Broadway debut], Allen Conroy, Virginia Wilson [credited as Virginia de Luce/Broadway debut], Michael Dominico, Alice Ghostley, Ronny Graham, Patricia Hammerlee, Eartha Kitt (as "Featured Singer"), Joe Lautner, Carol Lawrence, Paul Lynde, Bill Mullikin [Broadway debut], Carol Nelson, Rosemary O'Reilly, Jimmy Russell. Understudies: Lance Avant, James Komack [credited as Jimmie Komack/Broadway debut], Dorothy Love, Clark Ranger, Dinnie Smith. Produced by Leonard Sillman.
  • (1952) Stage Play: Two's Company. Directed by John Murray Anderson.
  • (1954) Stage Play: John Murray Anderson's Almanac. Musical revue.
  • (October 23, 1922) His musical revue, "The Greenwich Village Follies," was performed at the Hanna Theater in Cleveland, Ohio.

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