Joseph Schildkraut Poster

Other Works

  • (1921) Stage: Appeared (as "Richard Northcote"; Broadway debut) in "Pagans" on Broadway. Tragedy. Written by Charles Anthony. Princess Theatre: 4 Jan 1921-Jan 1921 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Frederick Burt (as "James Barlow"), Alice Fischer (as "Mrs. Judith Macknight"), David Glassford (as "Dr. Gregory"), Harold Vermilyea (as "Bill Pratt"), Regina Wallace (as Elise Northcote"), Helen Ware (as "Mme. Morelli"). Produced by Max Wilner and Sigmund Romberg.
  • (1921) Stage: Appeared (as "Lilion"; US stage debut) in "Liliom" on Broadway. Written by Ferenc Molnár. Music arranged by Deems Taylor. Scenic Design / Costume Design by Lee Simonson. Directed by Frank Reicher. Garrick Theatre: 20 Apr 1921-Jun 1921 (closing date unknown/65 performances). Cast: Hortense Alden (as "Marie"), Lela May Aultman, Robert Babcock, Willard Bowman, Walton Butterfield, Evelyn Chard, Lawrence Chrow, Howard Claney, John Crump, Anne de Chantal, Frances Diamond, Dudley Digges (as "The Sparrow"), Katherine Fahnestock, George Frenger, Ruth L. Gumming, Lilian Kingsbury, Eva Le Gallienne (as "Julie"), Margaret Mosier, Elizabeth Parker, Albert Perry, Erskine Sanford (as "Captain" / "First Policeman of the Beyond"), Janet Scott, Maurice Sommers, Edgar Stehli (as "First Mounted Policeman" / "The Richly Dressed Man"), Gerald Stopp, Henry Travers (as "Wolf Berkowitz"), Lillian Tuchman, Jacob Weiser, Helen Westley (as "Mrs. Muskat"), Marion M. Winsten, Philip Wood. Produced by The Theatre Guild. NOTES: (1) Work was the basis for the Broadway play "Carousel", Richard Rodgers' and Oscar Hammerstein II's famous musical version, Marie became Carrie Pipperidge. (2) Filmed as Carousel (1956).
  • (1923) Stage: Appeared in "Peer Gynt" on Broadway. Produced by the Theater Guild.
  • (1951) Stage: Appeared (as "Mr. Dulcimer") in "The Green Bay Tree" on Broadway. Drama (revival). Written by Mordaunt Shairp. Directed / produced by Shepard Traube. John Golden Theatre: 1 Feb 1951-17 Feb 1951 (20 performances). Cast: Anne Crawford (as "Leonora Yale"), Denholm Elliott (as "Julian"), Francis Compton (as "Trump"), Mercer McLeod (as "Mr. Owen").
  • (1924) Stage: Appeared in "The Firebrand" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Edwin Justus Mayer. Morosco Theatre: 15 Oct 1924-May 1925 (closing date unknown/261 performances). Cast: Hortense Alden (as "Emelia"), Dorothy Bicknell, Nana Bryant, Kenneth Dana, Eleanor Ewing, Wallace Fortune, George Drury Hart, Marie Haynes, Scott Hirschberg, Allyn Joslyn (as "Polverino"), J. Ellis Kirkman, Florence Mason, Charles McCarthy, Frank Morgan (as "Alessandro, the Duke of Florence"), Philip Niblette, Edward Quinn, Edward G. Robinson (as "Ottaviano"), (as "Benvenuto Cellini"), Wilbert Shields, Roland Winters (as "Gentleman of the Court" / "Soldier'). Produced by Laurence Schwab, Horace Liveright and Frank Mandel.
  • (1931) Stage: Appeared (as "Anatol") in "Anatol" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Arthur Schnitzler. Material adapted by Harley Granville-Barker. Directed by Gabriel Beer-Hoffman. Lyceum Theatre: 16 Jan 1931-Feb 1931 (closing date unknown/45 performances). Cast: Patricia Collinge (as "Gabrielle"), 'Walter Connolly' (as "Max"), Anne Forrest, Miriam Hopkins (as "Mimi"), Elena Miramova, Dennie Moore, Roger Ramsdell, Ruthelma Stevens, Oswald Yorke (as "Waiter"). Produced by Bela Blau, Inc.
  • (1932) Stage: Appeared (asl "Liliom") in "Liliom" on Broadway (revival). Written by Ferenc Molnár. Book adapted by Benjamin Glazer. Directed by Eva Le Gallienne. Civic Repertory Theatre: 26 Oct 1932-Oct 1932 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Walter Beck (as "Ficzur, The Sparrow"), Donald Cameron (as "The Carpenter"), Sayre Crawley (as "The Magistrate"), Howard Da Silva (as "Wolf Beifeld"), Beatrice De Neergaard (as "Marie"), Charles Ellis (as "Linzman"), Florida Friebus (as "Louise"), Robert H. Gordon (as "Captain"), Landon Herrick (as "The Old Guard"), Joseph A. Kramm (as "Suburban Policeman"), Eva Le Gallienne (as "Julie"), Paul Leyssac (as "The Richly Dressed Man"), Margaret Love, Burgess Meredith (as "Young Hollunder"), Harold Moulton (as "The Doctor"), Leona Roberts (as "Mother Hollunder"), Robert F. Ross (as "The Poorly Dressed Man"), Tonio Selwart, Beatrice Terry (as "Mrs. Muskat"), David Turk, Nelson Welch. Produced by Civic Repertory Theatre, Inc. NOTE: Play was later re-worked as the musical "Carousel."
  • (1932) Stage: Appeared in "Dear Jane" on Broadway. Comedy.
  • (1932) Stage: "Alice in Wonderland" on Broadway. Musical fantasy. Written by Eva Le Gallienne (also director) and Florida Friebus. Based on "Alice in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking Glass" by Lewis Carroll. Civic Repertory Theatre: 12 Dec 1932-Dec 1933 (closing date unknown/127 performances). Cast: Walter Beck, Whit Bissell (as "Seven of Spades"), Donald Cameron, Sayre Crawley, Howard Da Silva (as "Cook" / "White Knight"), Charles Ellis, Adelaide Finch, Florida Friebus (as "Cheshire Cat" / "Beetle Voice"), Robert H. Gordon, Landon Herrick, Josephine Hutchinson, Joseph A. Kramm (as "Dodo"), Eva Le Gallienne (as "White Queen"), Margaret Love, David Marks, Agnes McCarthy, Burgess Meredith (as "Duck" / "Doormouse" / "Tweedledee"), Harold Moulton, William S. Phillips, Leona Roberts, Robert F. Ross, Mary Sarton, Lester Scharff, Tonio Selwart, Arthur Swenson, David Turk, Richard Waring, Nelson Welch, Ruth Wilton. Produced by Civic Repertory Company.
  • (1934) Stage: Appeared (as "N.N. Kovalev") in "Between Two Worlds" on Broadway. Drama. Written / produced / directed by Elmer Rice. Scenic Design by Aline Bernstein. Belasco Theatre: 25 Oct 1934-Nov 1934 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Osceola Archer (as "Rose Henneford"; Broadway debut), Edilou Bailhe, Samuel Bonnell (as "The Photographer's Assistant"), Elmer Brown, Joe Brown, Jr., Rose Burdick (as "Eunice Stafford"), John Cambridge, Francis Compton (as "The Smoke-room Steward"), Polly De Loos, Josephine Dunn, Lee Ellsworth, Buddy Farley, Gladys Feldman, Clyde Fillmore (as "Capt. John Whalley"), Janet Fox, Ned Glass (as "A News-Photographer"), Rachel Hartzell, Alfred Hesse (as "Deck Steward"), Jack Leslie, Lester Lonergan III, Tucker Maguire, Nelly Malcolm, Thomas H. Manning, Frank Marino, Constance McKay, Sue Moore, Diantha Pattison (as "Hilda Bowen"), Leonard Penn, Sara Peyton, Buddy Proctor, R. Birrell Rawls, Wells Richardson (as "Edgar Howell"), Cledge Roberts (as "Assistant Purser Charles Holaday"), Ralph Sanford (as "Chester Cooper"), James Spottswood (as "Henry Ferguson"), Ruth Tomlinson (as "Helen Eddington"), Anne Tonetti (as "Matilda Mason"), Margaret Waller (as "Elena Mikhailovna Golitzin"), Conway Washburne, Maurice Wells (as "Lloyd Arthur"), Eric Wollencott (as "Edward Maynard").
  • (1935) Stage: "Tomorrow's a Holiday" on Broadway.
  • (1941) Stage: Appeared (as "Earl Pfeiffer") in "Clash by Night" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Clifford Odets. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Directed by Lee Strasberg. Belasco Theatre: 27 Dec 1941-7 Feb 1942 (49 performances). Cast: Seth Arnold (as "Vincent Kress"), Tallulah Bankhead (as "Mae Wilenski"), Ralph Chambers (as "Mr. Potter"), Lee J. Cobb (as "Jerry Wilenski"), Stephan Eugene Cole (as "Usher"), Harold Grau (as "Man"), John F. Hamilton (as "Jerry's Father"), Katherine Locke (as "Peggy Coffey"), William Nunn (as "Waiter"), Robert Ryan (as "Joe W. Doyle"), Joseph Shattuck (as "Abe Horowitz"), Art Smith (as "Tom"). Produced by Billy Rose. NOTE: Filmed as Clash by Night (1952).
  • (1942) Stage: Appeared (as "A Man") in "Uncle Harry" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Thomas Job. Directed by Lem Ward. Broadhurst Theatre (moved to The Hudson Theatre from 12 Sep 1942 to close): 20 May 1942-9 May 1943 (430 performances). Cast: Eva Le Gallienne (as "Lettie"), Bruce Adams, Isabel Arden, Stephen Chase, Colville Dunn, A.P. Kaye, Adelaide Klein, Karl Malden (as "Ben"), John McGovern, Wauna Paul, Beverly Roberts, Leona Roberts, Guy Sampsel, Ralph Theodore (as "Blake"). Produced by Clifford Hayman. Produced in association with Lennie Hatten.
  • (1944) Stage: Appeared (as "Gayev, Leonid Andreyevich, brother of Ranevskaya") in "The Cherry Orchard" on Broadway. Comedy/drama (revival). Written by Anton Chekhov. Translated by Irina Skariatina. Scenic Design by Motley. Directed by Eva Le Gallienne (also appearing as "Ranevskaya, Lyubov Andreevna"). National Theatre: 25 Jan 1944-15 Apr 1944 (96 performances). Cast: Bruce Adams (as "Firs, a butler"), John Bleifer, Virginia Campbell, Katherine Emery, H. Etienne, Eduard Franz, Michael Gray, Lois Hall, Lois Holmes, Jack Lynds, Beatrice Manley, Carmen Mathews, Rex O'Malley (as "Epikhodov, Semen Panteleevich, a clerk"), Stanley Phillips, Carl Benton Reid, Leona Roberts, Stefan Schnabel (as "Lopakhin, Ermolai Alekseevich, a merchant"), Annette Sorell. Produced by Carly Wharton and Margaret Webster.
  • (1945) Stage: Appeared in "The Cherry Orchard" on Broadway. Comedy/drama (revival). Written by Anton Chekhov. Translated by Irina Skariatina. City Center: 1 Jan 1945-6 Jan 1945 (8 performances)
  • (1953) Stage: Appeared in "Love's Labour's Lost" on Broadway. (1953). Comedy.
  • (1955) Stage: Appeared in "The Diary of Anne Frank" on Broadway.
  • (6/12/49) Radio: Appeared in NBC University Theater's adaptation of E.M. Forster's "A Passage To India".
  • (10/16/22) Stage: Appeared (as "Liliom") in 'Ferenc Molnar' (qvV)'s play, "Liliom," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH, with Eva Le Gallienne (asl "Julie") in the cast.
  • (9/18/44) Stage: Appeared in Anton Chekhov's "The Cherry Orchard," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH, with Eva Le Gallienne in the cast.
  • (1/27/58) Stage: Appeared in Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett's adaptation of Anne Frank's diary, "The Diary of Anne Frank," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH.
  • (April 16, 1951) Guest on the CBS daytime talk show "The Margaret Arlen Show".

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