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  • He wrote some of the orchestrations for the original Broadway production of Sigmund Romberg's "The New Moon".
  • Artists and Models (1925). Musical revue. Music by Al Goodman, J. Fred Coots, Maurice Ruebens and Sigmund Romberg. Material by Harold Atteridge and Harry Wagstaff Gribble. Lyrics by Clifford Grey. Musical orchestration by Emil Gerstenberger. Musical direction by Oscar Bradley. Costume design by Erté and George Barbier. Choreography by Jack Haskell and Gertrude Hoffmann. Directed by J.J. Shubert and Alexander Leftwich. Winter Garden Theatre: 24 Jun 1925- 7 May 1926 (416 performances). Cast: May Lexander, Al Allison, Herbert Ashton, Yvonne Bacon, Phil Baker, Leon Barter, Leon Bartels, Louise Blackburn, Jay Brennan, Murray Browne, Dorothy Burnell, Joseph Caits, Grace Cantrell, Thelma Carlton, Jane Carroll, Marion Chase, Gloria Christy, Teddy Claire, Morine Clarke, Herbert Corthell, Arthur Craig, Eileen Culshaw, Marguerite Dalby, Claire de Figaniere, Patricia DeLong, Ferral Dewees, Billy De Wolfe, Jane Dobbin, Mildred Douglas, Dorothy Drum, Pudgie Duker, Dottie Ellis, Jean English, Mildred Espy, Alberta Faust, Miriam Fine, Harriet Fowler, Helene Frederic, Catherine Gallimore, Janice Glenn, Gladys Granzow, Sarah Granzow, Toots Gregory, Florence Gunther, Joe Higgins, Shari Hockman, Llora Hoffman [final Broadway appearance], Margie Hoffman, The Gertrude Hoffman Girls, Dorothy Horden, Sunshine Jarrman, Andrew Joachim, May Judels, Kathleen Karr, Thelma Kay, John Kenny, Mary Kissell, Emma Kleigge, FLorence Kolinsky, Ada Landis, Betty Lawrence, Alice MacDonald, Aline MacMahon, Carol Maybury, Lulu McConnell, Billy McKay, Margaret McKay, Margaret Merle, Margie Minor, Maxine Morton, Helen Murray, Evelyn Nelson, Jack Oakie, Gene Owens, Agatha Phillips, Florence Quinn, Stanley Rogers, George Rosener, Marion Ross, Agnes Schrieder, Sid Silvers, Margaret Sloan, Charlotte Suddath, Jacqueline Surprise, Beatrice Swanson, Penn Thornton, Peggy Timmons, Eric Titus, Latrina Trask, Billy B. Van, Dorothy Van Heft, Lew Walker, June Wall, Gene Wallin, Dorothy Weber, Eleanor Willems, Frances Willems, Minerva Wilson, Walter Woolf, Ruth Zackey. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert. Note: These Artist and Model revues were mounted annually from 1923-25 and again produced in 1927, 1930 and 1943.
  • Dew Drop Inn (1923). Musical comedy. Music by Al Goodman. Book by Walter DeLeon and Edward Delaney Dunn. Lyrics by Cyrus Wood. Featuring songs by Rudolf Friml, J. Fred Coots and Jean Schwartz. Featuring songs with lyrics by McElbert Moore. Ensemble music by Sigmund Romberg. Musical Director: Alfred Newman. Choreographed by Francis 'Bunny' Weldon. Directed by Fred G. Latham. Astor Theatre: 17 May 1923- 25 Aug 1923 (production closed from 1 Jul 1923- 29 Jul 1923/83 performances). Cast: Margaret Atherton, James Barton (as "Ananias Washington"), Alice Brady (as "Marion Stanley/Ensemble"), George Brown, Lester Brown, Jean Carroll, Evelyn Cavanaugh, Spencer Charters (as "Joseph Higgins"), Harry Clark, Daniel Dare (as "Bell Boy"), Billie Davis, Gladys Davis, Dorothy Deane, Richard Dore, Bernard Druce, Millie Dupree, Grace Ellsworth, Harry Ellsworth, Bob Gebhardt, Dale Grigsby, Raymond Hall, Sylvia Highton, Frank Hill, Claire Hodgson, William Holden, Robert Holliday, Ben Jacklow, Thelma Johns, Bobby Kane, Lee Kelso, Mary Kissell, Katherine Manion, Rena Miller, Margaret Morris, Felicia Murelle, Helen O'Brien, Hal Peel, Mary Robson, Helen Rogier, Harry Rosedale, Jack Squire, Allen Stevens, Juliet Strahl, Beatrice Swanson, Marcella Swanson, Mabel Withee. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1921) Stage Play: The Whirl of New York. Musical comedy (revival). Music by Gustav Kerker, Al Goodman and Lew Pollack. Book by C.M.S. McLellan [credited as Hugh Morton] and Edgar Smith. Musical Staging by Allan K. Foster. Featuring songs with lyrics by Cyrus Wood and Cliff Friend. Musical Director: Al Goodman. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Directed by Lew Morton. Winter Garden Theatre: 13 Jun 1921- 17 Sep 1921 (124 performances). Cast: Mary Adelaide, Miriam Batista, Anna Berry, Julia Berry, Dorothy Bruce, Ethel Bryant, Anna Buckley, Henry Chew, Olive Clark, J. Colligan, Pauline Dakla, Charles Dale, Mae Dealy, Florence Elmore, Georgia Empey, Helen Fox, Nancy Gibbs, Shaun Glenville, Rosie Green, Grace Hamilton, Claire Hooper, Nellie Hor, Ruby Howard, Johnny Hughes, Beatrice Jackson, Emma James, Hermosa Jose, Carl Judd, Grace Keeshon, Kitty Kelly, Joe Keno, Nina Klau, Kyra, Grace Langdon, Catherine Lee, Doris Lee, Evelyn Lee, Edward Low, Margaret Low, Louis Mann (as "Karl Von Pumpernick"), Al Martin, Belle Mazelle, Bobbie McCree, Johnny McCree, Maxa McCree, Irene McGovern, Louise L. McGovern, Lucila Mendez, Margaret Menges, Florence Moore, Poppy Morton, J. Harold Murray (as "Harry Bronson"), John T. Murray, Sidney Nelson, Gypsy Norman, Helen O'Brien, Benna Odear, Edith Pierce, Irene Pierre, Mary Preston, Frank Purcella, Raymond Purcella, Rath Brothers, Florence Rayfield, Beatrice Reiss, Elizabeth Reynolds, Edna Richmond, Virginia Richmond, Dolores Russelle, Maude Satterfield, Florence Schubert, Mariam Seeley, Joe Smith, Madeline Smith, Orilla Smith, Mildred Soper, Charlotte Sprague, Edna E. Stark, Louise Stark, Juliet Strahl, Master Junior Tiernan, Viola Vortruba, Dorothy Ward, Fay Wayne, Dorothy Wegman, Louise White, Florence Wilde, Virginia Wilson, Alice Wong, Flo Worth, Marlyn Yates. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • The Passing Show of 1923 (1923). Musical revue. Music by Sigmund Romberg and Jean Schwartz. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Musical Director: Al 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 [Broadway debut], 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. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • Bombo (1921). 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, 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.
  • Sky High (1925). 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, 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 Messrs. Shubert and J.J. Shubert. Produced in association with Eugene Howard.
  • (1933) Stage Play: Strike Me Pink. Musical revue. Sketches by Lew Brown and Ray Henderson. Additional dialogue by Mack Gordon [final Broadway credit], Jack McGowan and Richard Jerome. Lyrics by Lew Brown. Music by Ray Henderson. Musical Director: Al Goodman. Music orchestrated by Edward Powell. Entire production supervised by Ray Henderson and Lew Brown. Sketches directed by Jack McGowan. Dances and ensembles staged by Seymour Felix. Majestic Theatre: 4 Mar 1933- 10 Jun 1933 (122 performances). Cast: Aber Twins, Mary Ann, Claiborne Arms, Roy Atwell, Gracie Barrie, Emmy Bock, Helane Brown, James Brown, Norma Butler, Barbara Caswell, Mary Chappelle, Hal Clyne, Frank Conlon, Wilma Cox, Dorothy Dare (as "Son's Wife"), Marguerite De Coursey, Ruth Dod, Dorothy Dodge, Bill Douglas, Johnny Downs (as "The Duncans' Son/ Speed -- Roy Atwell Explains/Pat Ultra Modern/"Strike Me Pink" Performer "I Hate to Think..." Performer), Elsie Duffy, George Duke, Jimmy Durante (as "An Old Hollywood Custom" Performer/Mr. Duncan, Speed -- Roy Atwell Explains/"A Bit of Temperment" Performer/"Dinner at Ten" Performer/Professor/Techno-Crazy/Otto/Design for Loving "Ooh, I'm Thinking" Performer/Husband in "External Triangle" "Hollywood, Park Avenue and Broadway" Performer/"On Any Street" Performer), Geraldine Dvorak, Mabel Ellis, Louise Estes, Peggy Fish, Alex Fisher, Peggy Gallimore, Eleanor Garden, Eddie Garr, Ruth Grady, Lula Gray, Jack Harcourt, Pearl Harris, Ruth Harrison, David Johns, Daniel Johnson, Charlotte Joslin, Leoda Knapp, Leslie Laurence, Charles Lawrence, Hal Le Roy (as "Bobby"), Betty Lee, Clark Leston, Phyllis Lynd, Diana Lynn (as "Dancer"), Barbara MacDonald, Mary Joan Martin, Earl Mason, Rosalie McCallion, June McNulty, Jack Moore, Mary Moore, Jewel Morse, George Murray, Ricky Newell, Carolyn Nolte, Olaf Olson, Lillian Pertka, Leonore Pettit, Jack Ross, Jean Ryan, Jimmy Ryan, Ted Schultz, Louise Sheldon, Jackie Sherman, Madeline Southworth, Lupe Velez, Matthew Vodnoy, George Dewey Washington, Davenie Watson, Milton Watson, George Weeden, Roberta West, Gil White, Marguerite Wiley, Hope Williams. Produced by Ray Henderson, Lew Brown and Waxey Gordon.

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