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  • (1930 - 1950) Active (if infrequently) on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1930) Stage Play: The Royal Virgin. Drama. Written and directed by Harry Wagstaff Gribble. Booth Theatre: 17 Mar 1930- Mar 1930 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Produced by W.P. Tanner.
  • (1933) Stage Play: Unto the Third. Comedy. Written by J.N. Gilchrist. Directed by J.N. Gilchrist. Bijou Theatre: 20 Apr 1933- Apr 1933 (closing date unknown/4 performances). Cast: Seth Arnold (as "Lucien Case, Sr."), Edward Broadley (as "John"), Gwen Day Burroughs (as "Mrs. Lucien Case, Jr."), Robert Conness (as "Lucien Case, Jr."), Robert Crozier (as "Rufus Hatch"), Wallace Erskine (as "Wordley") [final Broadway role], Edward Hartford (as "Edward"), Milton Parsons (as "James Case"), Loretto Shea (as "Muriel Case"), Sam Wren (as "George Talbot"). Produced by J.N. Gilchrist.
  • (1948) Stage Play: The Vigil. Written by Ladislas Fodor[credited as Ladislaus Fodor]. Directed by Alexander Markey. Royale Theatre: 21 May 1948- 29 May 1948 (11 performances). Produced by Alexander Markey. Produced by arrangement with George Jessel.
  • (1950) Stage Play: Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep. Comedy. Written by Elaine Ryan. Based on the novel by Ludwig Bemelmans. Directed by Hume Cronyn. Broadhurst Theatre: 2 Mar 1950- 8 Apr 1950 (44 performances). Cast: Richard Abbott The Doctor Fourth Indian Norman Barrs The Cure Ship's Steward Charles Chaplin Jr. Henri Second Indian Booth Colman Marsan Priest Jacqueline Dalya The Dona Bebecita Florence Eldridge Miss Leonore Graves Harold E. Gordon Second Workman Indian Drummer Phillip Gordon Alfonso Lopez Indian Dancer Henry Guettel Aristide Third Indian Rick Jason (as "Anselmo"), Henry Lascoe (as "Vitasse"), Marguerite Lewis (as "Nurse"), Fredric March (as "His Excellency, General Leonidas Erosa"), Charles Mayer (as "Robert/The Acrobat"), Robert McCahon (as "First Workman/Fifth Indian"), Hope Miller )as "Young Mother/Maria"), Irene Moore (as "Chimene"), Gregory Morton (as "First Gendarme/First Seaman"), Thomas Noyes (as "Second Gendarme/Second Seaman"), Milton Parsons (as "Albert Plaschke"), Sally Anne Parsons (as "French Child/Child Passenger/Indian Child"), Rene Paul (as "Colonel Laboucher/Ship's Officer"), Roy Poole (as "Jean/Fifth Indian"), Stefan Schnabel (as "M. Hufnagel/Don Modesto"), Helen Seamon (as "Clothilde/Young Woman/Second Indian Woman"), Lili Valenty (as "Mille. Borotra/First Indian Woman"). Produced by Nancy Stern and George Nichols III.
  • (1950) Stage Play: Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep. Comedy. Written by Elaine Ryan. Based on the novel by Ludwig Bemelmans. Directed by Hume Cronyn. Broadhurst Theatre: 2 Mar 1950- 8 Apr 1950 (44 performances). Cast: Richard Abbott (as "The Doctor/Fourth Indian"), Norman Barrs (as "The Cure/Ship's Steward"), Charles Chaplin Jr. (as "Henri/Second Indian"), Booth Colman (as "Marsan/Priest"), Jacqueline Dalya (as "The Dona Bebecita"), Florence Eldridge (as "Miss Leonore Graves"), Harold E. Gordon (as "Second Workman/Indian Drummer"), Phillip Gordon (as "Alfonso Lopez/Indian Dancer"), Henry Guettel (as "Aristide/Third Indian"), Rick Jason (as "Anselmo"), Henry Lascoe (as "Vitasse"), Marguerite Lewis (as "Nurse"), Fredric March (as "His Excellency, General Leonidas Erosa"), Charles Mayer (as "Robert/The Acrobat"), Robert McCahon (as "First Workman/Fifth Indian"), Hope Miller )as "Young Mother/Maria"), Irene Moore (as "Chimene"), Gregory Morton (as "First Gendarme/First Seaman"), Thomas Noyes (as "Second Gendarme/Second Seaman"), Milton Parsons (as "Albert Plaschke"), Sally Anne Parsons (as "French Child/Child Passenger/Indian Child"), Rene Paul (as "Colonel Laboucher/Ship's Officer"), Roy Poole (as "Jean/Fifth Indian"), Stefan Schnabel (as "M. Hufnagel/Don Modesto"), Helen Seamon (as "Clothilde/Young Woman/Second Indian Woman"), Lili Valenty (as "Mille. Borotra/First Indian Woman"). Produced by Nancy Stern and George Nichols III.
  • (January 24, 1939) He acted in Thornton Wilder's play, "Our Town," at the Selwyn Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Frank Craven (stage manager); James Spottswood (Dr. Gibbs); Evelyn Varden (Mrs. Gibbs); Thomas W. Ross (Mr. Webb); Helen Carew (Mrs. Webb); John Craven (George Gibbs); Dorothy McGuire (Emily Webb); Patricia Roe (Rebecca Gibbs); Raymond Rose; Tom Fadden; Charles Wiley Jr.; Walter O. Hill; Dora Merande; E. Irving Locke; Billy Redfield; William Wadsworth; and Edward P. Goodnow in the cast.
  • (January 5, 1939) He acted in Thornton Wilder's play, "Our Town," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Frank Craven, Evelyn Varden, Helen Carew, James Spottswood, Raymond Roe, Tom Fadden, John Craven, Patricia Roe, Charles Wiley Jr., Dorothy McGuire, Thomas W. Ross, Walter O. Hill, Alice Donaldson, Thomas Coley, Katharine Raht, William Roerick, Doro Merande, E. Irving Locke, Billy Redfield, William Wadsworth, and Edward P. Goodnow in the cast. Raymond Sovey was set designer. Helene Pons was costume designer. Jed Harris was producer and director.
  • (December 1, 1955) He directed Liam O'Brien's play, "The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker," at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director.

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