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  • Stage: Adapted for the English-speaking stage "Jitta's Atonement," a comedy by Austrian Siegfried Trebitsch.
  • (1900) Playwright: "Captain Brassbound's Conversion".
  • (1909) Playwright: "The Showing Up of Blanco Posnet".
  • (1905) Playwright: "Man and Superman".
  • (1928) Playwright: "The Apple Cart".
  • (1905) Stage: Wrote "You Never Can Tell", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Garrick Theatre: 9 Jan 1905-May 1905 (closing date unknown/129 performances). Cast: Edna Bruna (as "Parlormaid"), Arnold Daly (as "Dr. Valentine"), Drina DeWolfe (as "Gloria Clandon"), George Farren (as "Mr. Crampton") [Broadway debut], John Findlay (as "William"), L.M. Gallager (as "Servant"), Sumner Gard (as "Philip Clandon"), Harry Harwood (as "Mr. Bohun"), Frank Hughes [Broadway debut] (as "Servant"), Jeffreys Lewis (as "Mrs. Clandon"), Mabel Taliaferro (as "Dolly Clandon"), William H. Thompson (as "Mr. M'Comas"). Produced by Liebler & Co.
  • (1898) Playwright: "Candida".
  • (1897) Playwright: "The Devil's Disciple".
  • (1882) Novel: "Cashel Byron's Profession".
  • (1905) Playwright: "How He Lied to Her Husband".
  • (1894) Playwright: "Arms and the Man" (aka "Helden").
  • (1905) Playwright: "Major Barbara". NOTE: Filmed as Major Barbara (1941).
  • (1898) Playwright: "Caesar and Cleopatra".
  • (1925) Stage: Wrote "Androcles and the Lion", produced on Broadway. NOTE: Filmed as Androcles and the Lion (1952).
  • (1936) Stage: Wrote "Saint Joan", produced on Broadway. Drama (revival). Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Martin Beck Theatre: 9 Mar 1936-May 1936 (closing date unknown/89 performances). Cast: Brian Aherne (as "Richard de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick"), A.S. 'Pop' Byron (as "The Inquisitor"), Eduardo Ciannelli (as "Peter Cauchon, Bishop of Beauvais"), Katharine Cornell (as "Joan"; also producer), George Coulouris (as "John de Stogumber"), Maurice Evans (as "The Dauphin later, Charles VII of France"), Charles Waldron (as "The Archbishop of Rheims"), Hilde Albers, Robert Champlain, Arthur Chatterton, John Cromwell (as "Brother Martin Ladvenu"), Charles Dalton, Anne Froelick, Richard Graham, Joseph Holland, Lois Jameson, Barry Kelly, Ruth March, Walter Marquiss, Irving Morrow, David Orrick, Tyrone Power (as "Bertrand de Poulengey"), William Roehrick, Edward Ryan, Hudson Shortwell, Kent Smith (as "Dunois"), Kurt Steinbart, Fred Thompson, David Vivian. NOTES: (1) One of Tyrone Power's first major stage roles. (2) Filmed as Saint Joan (1957).
  • (1906) Playwright: "The Doctor's Dilemma". NOTE: Filmed as The Doctor's Dilemma (1958).
  • (1894) Playwright: "Mrs. Warren's Profession".
  • (1936) Playwright: "The Millionairess".
  • (1913) Playwright: "Pygmalion". NOTE: Filmed as My Fair Lady (1964).
  • (1913) Playwright: "Great Catherine Whom Glory Still Adores".
  • (1919) Playwright: "Heartbreak House".
  • (1921) Playwright: "Back to Methuselah".
  • (1881) Novel: "Love Among the Artists".
  • (1910) Playwright: "Dark Lady of the Sonnets".
  • (1947) Stage: Wrote source material ("Arms and the Man") for "The Chocolate Soldier", produced on Broaday. Musical/operetta (revival). Music by Oscar Straus and Jay Blackton (also Musical Director / Orchestrator). Revised and additional lyrics by Bernard Hanighen. Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard. Scenic and lighting design by Jo Mielziner. Choreographed by George Balanchine. Directed by Felix Bretano. New Century Theatre: 12 Mar 1947-10 May 1947 (69 performances). Cast: Keith Andes (as "Lt. Bumerli, "The Chocolate Soldier"), Henry Calvin, Billy Gilbert (as "Col. Kasimer Popoff, member of the Bulgarian Army"), Gloria Hamilton, Michael Mann, Frances McCann, Ernest McChesney, Francisco Moncion, Mary Ellen Moylan, Muriel O'Malley, Anna Wiman. Produced by John H. Del Bondio and Hans Bartsch. NOTE: Filmed as The Chocolate Soldier (1950), The Chocolate Soldier (1941), The Chocolate Soldier (1914), The Chocolate Soldier (1955).
  • (1897) Playwright: "The Man of Destiny".
  • (1936) Stage: Wrote "Saint Joan", produced on Broadway. Drama (revival). Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Martin Beck Theatre: 9 Mar 1936-May 1936 (closing date unknown/89 performances). Cast: Brian Aherne (as "Richard de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick"), Arthur Byron (as "The Inquisitor"), Eduardo Ciannelli (as "Peter Cauchon, Bishop of Beauvais"), Katharine Cornell (as "Joan"; also producer), George Coulouris (as "John de Stogumber"), Maurice Evans (as "The Dauphin, later Charles VII of France"), Charles Waldron (as "The Archbishop of Rheims"), Hilde Albers, Robert Champlain, Arthur Chatterton, John Cromwell (as "Brother Martin Ladvenu"), Charles Dalton, Anne Froelick, Richard Graham, Joseph Holland, Lois Jameson, Barry Kelly, Ruth March, Walter Marquiss, Irving Morrow, David Orrick, Tyrone Power (as "Bertrand de Poulengey"), William Roehrick, Edward Ryan, Hudson Shortwell, Kent Smith (as "Dunois"), Kurt Steinbart, Fred Thompson, David Vivian.
  • (1973) Stage: Wrote "Mrs. Warren's Profession", performed at Northcott Theatre, Exeter, England. Directed by Rhys McConnochie. Cast included: Ann Windsor, Sarah Stephenson, Martin Duncan.
  • (1931) Stage: Wrote "Getting Married", produced on Broadway.
  • (1975) Stage: Stage: Wrote "The Apple Cart," performed at the Royal Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh, Scotland, with Graham Crowden, Patricia England, Vivien Heilbron, James Cairncross, Patrick Malahide, John Grieve, Alec Heggie, Rikki Fulton in the cast. Directed by T. Fleming.
  • (1993) Stage: Stage: Wrote "Candida," performed at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in London, England, with Liza Goddard, Bill Pertwee, James Smillie in the cast. Directed by Val May.
  • (1/09-2/09) Stage: Stage: Wrote "Mrs. Warren's Profession," performed at the Berlind McCarter Theatre in Princeton, NJ, with Madeline Hutchins, Suzanne Bertish, Michael Izquierdo, Edward Hibbert, Robin Chadwick, Rocco Sisto. Directed by Emily Mann.
  • (1970) Stage: Stage: Wrote "Heartbreak House," directed by Douglas Seale at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, IL.
  • (1976) Stage: Stage: Wrote "The Devil's Disciple," performed at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, IL, with Brian Murray. James Maronek was scenic designer.
  • (1911) Playwright: "Fanny's First Play".
  • (1909) Playwright: "Misalliance".
  • (2004) Stage: Wrote "A Doctor's Dilemma," performed at the Writers Theatre in Chicago, IL.
  • (2008) Stage: Wrote "Widowers' Houses," performed at the TimeLine Theatre Company in Chicago, IL, with Terry Hamilton in the cast. Rachel Anne Healy was costume designer.
  • (1975) Stage: Wrote "The Doctor's Dilemma," performed at the Mermaid Theatre in London, England, with Simon Callow CBE, Derek Godfrey, Tony Jay, Frank Thornton, Nigel Hawthorne CBE, James Villiers, James Cairncross, Lynn Farleigh and Ken Cranham in the cast. Robert Chetwyn was director.
  • (1977) Stage: Wrote "Saint Joan," performed as a Prospect Production at the Liverpool Playhouse in Liverpool, Merseyside, England, with Dame Eileen Atkins CBE, Charles Kay, Frederick Treves, Paul Jesson, John Bowe, Geoffrey Palmer OBE, Emrys James, Robert Eddison and Ronald Lacey in the cast. John Dove was director.
  • (1977) Stage: Wrote "Candida," performed at the Albery Theatre in London, England, with Deborah Kerr CBE, Denis Quilley OBE, Maureen Lipman CBE, Simon Jones, Leslie Sands and Patrick Ryecart in the cast. Michael Blakemore OBE was director.
  • (1978) Stage: Wrote "Arms and the Man," performed at the Greenwich Theatre in Greenwich, England, with Felicity Kendal CBE, Lewis Fiander and Norman Eshley in the cast. Robert Chetwyn was director.
  • (1978-79) Stage: Wrote "The Millionairess," performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with Penelope Keith CBE, Nigel Hawthorne CBE, Charles Kay, Angharad Rees, Ian Ogilvy and Simon Jones in the cast. Michael Lindsay-Hogg was director.
  • (10/18/1979) Stage: Wrote "You Can Never Tell," performed at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England, with Paul Rogers, Peter Egan, Siân Phillips, Cheryl Campbell, David Waller and Frank Middlemass in the cast. David Giles was director. NOTE: The performance was attended by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and her husband, The Duke Of Edinburgh otherwise known as Prince Philip.
  • (1970) Stage: Wrote "Saint Joan," performed at the Mermaid Theatre in London, England, with Angela Pleasence in the cast.
  • (1974) Stage: Wrote "Pygmalion," performed at the Albery Theatre in London, England, with Diana Rigg, Alec McCowen, Bob Hoskins, Jack May, Ellen Pollock and Simon MacCorkindale in the cast. John Dexter was director.
  • (1977) Stage: Wrote "Saint Joan," performed at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England, in a Prospect Theatre Company production with Eileen Atkins, Ronnie Stevens and Robert Eddison in the cast.
  • (1978) Stage: Wrote "The Dark Lady of The Sonnets Destiny," performed at the Open Air Theatre in Regents Park, London, England, with Ian Talbot, Granville Saxton, Rula Lenska, Clive Carter, Elizabeth Estensen, Anthony Sharp, Zelah Clarke, David Whitworth, Maria Aitken and Helen Weir in the cast. David Conville, Richard Digby-Day, and Christopher Biggins were the directors.
  • (1978) Stage: Wrote "The Man of Destiny," performed at the Open Air Theatre in Regents Park, London, England, with Ian Talbot, Granville Saxton, Rula Lenska, Clive Carter, Elizabeth Estensen, Anthony Sharp, Zelah Clarke, David Whitworth, Maria Aitken and Helen Weir in the cast. David Conville, Richard Digby-Day, and Christopher Biggins were the directors.
  • (1981) Stage: Wrote "St. Joan," performed at the Arts Theatre in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, in a Cambridge Theatre Company production with Julie Covington, Ronnie Letham, Ian Hogg, Fulton MacKay and David Bamber in the cast. Nancy Meckler was director.
  • (1987) Stage: Wrote "You Never Can Tell," performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with Michael Hordern and Irene Worth in the cast.
  • (1997) Stage: Wrote "Pygmalion," performed at the Albery Theatre in London, England, with Roy Marsden, Carli Norris and Michael Elphick in the cast. Ray Cooney was director.
  • (1997) Stage: Wrote "Mrs. Warren's Profession," performed at the Richmond Theatre in London, England, with Penelope Keith, Carolyn Backhouse, Charles Kay, Denis Lill and Robert Hands in the cast. Alan Strachan was director.
  • (2004) Stage: Wrote "Man and Superman", produced by the Peter Hall Company at the Theatre Royal in Bath, England, with Will Keen, James Laurenson, Rebecca Hall, Anna Carteret, Gyuri Sarossy, Mark Hadfield, William Chubb, Julian Glover, Sophie Winkleman, Guy Lankester, Peter Gordon, Penelope Keith, Aden Gillett, and Joanna Riding in the cast. Peter Hall (I)' and Thea Sharrock were directors.
  • (2005) Stage: Wrote "You Can Never Tell," produced by the Peter Hall Company and performed at the Theatre Royal in Bath, England, with Michael Siberry, Greta Scacchi, Olivia Darnley, Charles Edwards, Janet Greaves, Aden Gillett, Janie Dee, Dan Stevens, Philip Voss, Ifan Meredith, Sam Kelly, Edward Fox, Diana Quick, Sinead Matthews, Ryan Kiggell, Matthew Dunphy, Nancy Carroll, Ken Bones, William Chubb, Michael Mears, James Laurenson, Alan Dobie, Richard Dormer and Terence Rigby in the cast. Thea Sharrock and Peter Hall were directors.
  • (3/1937) Stage: Wrote "Heartbreak House," performed at the Westminster Theatre in London, England, with Cecil Trouncer, Mary Grey, Richard Goolden, Alan Napier and Mark Dignam in the cast. Michael MacOwan was director.
  • (1937) Stage: Wrote "Candida," performed at the Globe Theatre in London, England, with Ann Harding, Nicholas Hannen, Athene Seyler, Wendy Toye, Peter Copley, Stephen Haggard and Edward Chapman in the cast. Tyrone Guthrie were director and Irene Hentschel.
  • (1938) Stage: Wrote "Geneva," performed at the Saville Theatre in London, England, with Ernest Thesiger,Cecil Trouncer, Walter Hudd, Alison Legatt and Alexander Knox in the cast.
  • (12/39) Stage: Wrote "Major Barbara,' performed at the Westminster Theatre in London, England, with Robert Harris, Milton Rosmer, Jean Cadell, Catherine Lacey, Stephen Murray, Mark Dignam and Michael Denison in the cast. John Fernald was director.
  • (1951) Stage: Wrote "Man and Superman," performed at the New Theatre in London, England, with John Clements, Kay Hammond, 'Allan Cuthbertson' (v), Barbara Everest, 'Michael Medwin', Arthur Hill and Milton Rosmer in the cast.
  • (1952) Stage: Wrote "The Millionairess,' performed at the New Theatre in London, England, with Katharine Hepburn, Cyril Ritchard, Robert Helpmann, Meriel Forbes and Nora Nicholson in the cast. Michael Benthall was director.
  • (1953) Stage: Wrote "Pygmalion," performed at the St. James's Theatre in London, England, with John Clements, Kay Hammond, Nicholas Hannen, Phyllis Relph and Athene Seyler in the cast.
  • (1956) Stage: Wrote "The Devil's Disciple,' performed at the Winter Garden Theatre in London, England, with Tyrone Power, Zena Walker and Noel Willman (also director) in the cast.
  • (1956) Stage: Wrote "Saint Joan," performed at the Phoenix Theatre in New York City in a Cambridge Drama Festival Production with Siobhan McKenna, Kent Smith, Ian Keith, Earle Hyman, Frederic Tozere, Michael Wager, 'Thayer David' (v), Earl Montgomery, Dick Moore, 'Dennis Patrick' and Peter Falk (as "English Soldier") in the cast. Albert Marre was director.
  • (1956) Stage: Wrote "The Doctor's Dilemma,' performed at the Saville Theatre in London, England, with Paul Daneman, 'Ann Todd', Anthony Ireland, Leo Bieber, Lewis Casson, Laurence Hardy and Michael Hordern in the cast. Julian Amyes was director.
  • (1961) Stage: Wrote "Heartbreak House," performed at the Wyndham's Theatre in London, England, with Roger Livesey, Dulcie Gray, Michael Denison, Judy Campbell, Perlita Neilson, Barry Sinclair, Joan Young, Donald Eccles, Ken Wynne and George Benson in the cast. Frank Hauser was director.
  • (1963) Stage: Wrote "The Doctor's Dilemma," performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with Wilfrid Hyde-White, Brian Bedford, Anna Massey, Nicholas Courtney, James Donald, George Pravda, 'Liam Redmond' (aqv), Moray Watson, Peter Howell, Daniel Thorndike and Philip Grout in the cast. Donald McWhinnie was director.
  • (1965) Stage: Wrote "Too True to Be Good,' performed at the Strand Theatre in London, England, with Dora Bryan, George Cole, Kenneth Haigh, June Ritchie, Athene Seyler, Alastair Sim, Laurence Hardy, Anthony Oliver, Terry Scully and James Bolam in the cast. Frank Dunlop was director.
  • (1965) Stage: Wrote "Man and Superman," performed at the New Arts Theatre in London, England, with Alan Badel, Siân Phillips, Zena Walker, John Robinson, Marie Lohr, Patrick McAlinney, Martin Jarvis, Marda Vanne, Edward Bishop, Judy Wilson and Clive Swift in the cast. Philip Wiseman was director.
  • (1967) Stage: Wrote "Getting Married," performed at the Strand Theatre in London, England, with Alec Clunes, Raymond Huntley, David Hutcheson, Esmond Knight, Moira Lister, Perlita Neilson, Margaret Rawlings, Hugh Williams, Googie Withers, Joanna Wake and Timothy Carlton in the cast. Frank Dunlop was director.
  • (1968) Stage: Wrote "Pygmalion," performed at the Colchester Theatre, England, with Keith Grenville, Barbara Barnett, Damien Thomas, Kenneth Bryers, Vyvian Hall and Monica Stewart in the cast. David Buxton was director.
  • (1969) Stage: Wrote "Saint Joan," performed at the Oxford Playhouse in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, with Nyree Dawn Porter, David Collings, Philip Voss, Lewis Fiander, Avid Nettheim, Edgar Wreford and Tom Criddle in the cast. Frank Hauser was director.
  • (1932-33) Stage: Wrote "Caesar and Cleopatra," performed at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England, with Peggy Ashcroft, Malcolm Keen, Anthony Quayle, Alastair Sim, George Devine, Marius Goring, Roger Livesey and Caroline Keith in the cast. Harcourt Williams was director.
  • (1932-33) Stage: His play, "The Admirable Bashville," was performed at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England, with Roger Livesey, Peggy Ashcroft, Malcolm Keen, Alastair Sim, Anthony Quayle, Harcourt Williams (also director), George Devine, Clare Harris and Marius Goring in the cast.
  • (1934-35) Stage: Wrote "Major Barbara," performed in the Old Vic Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England, with Cecil Trouncer, Mary Newcombe, Maurice Evans, Alec Clunes, Leo Genn, Vivienne Bennett and Alan Webb in the cast. Henry Cass was director.
  • (1934-35) Stage: Wrote "St. Joan," performed in the Old Vic Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England, with Cecil Trouncer, Abraham Sofaer, Maurice Evans, Mary Newcombe, Vivienne Bennett, Felix Aylmer, 'Alec Clunes' (q), Alan Webb and Leo Genn in the cast. Henry Cass was director.
  • (1937-38) Stage: Wrote "Pygmalion," performed at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England, with Robert Morley and Diana Wynyard in the cast. Tyrone Guthrie was director.
  • (1938-39) Stage: Wrote "Man and Superman," performed at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England, with Andrew Cruickshank, Hermione Hannen, Anthony Quayle and Valerie Tudor in the cast. Lewis Casson was director.
  • (1/48) Stage: Wrote "Saint Joan," performed at the Old Vic at the New Theatre in London, England, with Celia Johnson, Mark Dignam, Bernard Miles, Patricia Burke, John Clements, Harry Andrews, Kenneth Connor, Peter Copley, George Rose and Penelope Munday in the cast. John Burrell was director. Gordon Jacob was musical director.
  • (1950-51) Stage: Wrote "Captain Brassbound's Conversion," performed at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England, with Roger Livesey, Ursula Jeans and Richard Pasco in the cast.
  • (Summer 1956) Stage: Wrote "Caesar and Cleopatra," performed in a Birmingham Repertory Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England, with Geoffrey Bayldon, Doreen Aris and Albert Finney in the cast. Douglas Seale was director.
  • (Summer 1956) Stage: Wrote "Major Barbara," performed in a Bristol Old Vic Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England, with Moira Shearer, Derek Godfrey, Joseph O'Conor, Peter O'Toole, Alan Dobie, Edward Hardwicke and Phyllida Law in the cast. Moody was director.
  • (2/9/60) Stage: Wrote "Saint Joan," performed at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England, with Barbara Jefford, Alec McCowen and Robert Harris in the cast. Douglas Seale was director.
  • (1962) Stage: Wrote "Saint Joan," produced by the Old Vic Theatre Company at the New York City Center in New York with Barbara Jefford, Job Stewart, Peter Baldwin, Gerald James, William Sylvester, John Clements, George Howe and Andre Van Gysegham in the cast. Douglas Seale was director.
  • (1970) Stage: Wrote "Major Barbara," performed in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England, with Judi Dench, Donald Sinden, Brewster Mason, Richard Pasco and Roger Rees in the cast. Clifford Williams was director.
  • (1975) Stage: Wrote "Too True To Be Good," performed in a the Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England, with Judi Dench, Ian McKellen and John McEnery in the cast. Clifford Williams was director.
  • (1976) Stage: Wrote "The Devil's Disciple," performed in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England, with Tom Conti, Zoë Wanamaker and John Wood in the cast. Jack Gold was director.
  • (12/77) Stage: Wrote "Man and Superman," performed in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Savoy Theatre in London, England, with Richard Pasco, Susan Hampshire, Nicky Henson and Nigel Havers in the cast. Clifford Williams was director.
  • (1977) Stage: Wrote "Man and Superman," performed in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England, with Richard Pasco, Susan Hampshire and Nigel Havers in the cast. Clifford Williams was director.
  • (1986) Stage: Wrote "Misalliance," performed in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Barbican Theatre in London, England, with Brian Cox, Jane Lapotaire, Elizabeth Spriggs, Richard McCabe, Joseph O'Conor, Simon Treves and Mick Ford in the cast. John Caird was director.
  • (2001) Stage: Wrote "Back to Methusalah," performed in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at The Pit Theatre in London, England, with Janet Whiteside, Julian Curry, Paul Greenwood, Bruce Purchase, Tim Treloar, Caroline Harris, Adam Levy and Nina Conti in the cast. David Fielding was director.
  • (1935) Stage: Wrote "The Simpleton of the Unexpected Isles", produced on Broadway. Fantasy. Directed by Harry Wagstaff Gribble. Guild Theatre: 18 Feb 1935-Mar 1935 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Romney Brent (as "The Clergyman"), Patricia Calvert, Franklin Gray, Lawrence Grossmith (as "Sir Charles Fairwaters"), Louis Hector, Leon Janney, Alma Lloyd, Reginald Malcolm, McKay Morris, Alla Nazimova, Rex O'Malley (as "The Emigration Officer"), Lionel Pape (as "Wilks"; final Broadway role), Viola Roache (as "The Lady Tourist"), Rita Vale. Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1963) Stage: Wrote "Saint Joan," performed in a Chichester Festival Theatre production at the National Theatre at Chichester in Chichester, Sussex, England, with Joan Plowright, Robert Stephens, Frank Finlay, Derek Jacobi, Jeremy Brett and Max Adrian in the cast. John Dexter was director.
  • (11/67) Stage: Wrote "Heartbreak House," performed in the Chichester Festival Theatre production at the Lyric Theatre in London, England, with John Clements (also director), Irene Worth, Diana Churchill, Michael Aldridge, Bill Fraser, Sarah Badel and Doris Hare in the cast.
  • (1967) Stage: Wrote "Heartbreak House," performed in the Chichester Festival Theatre production at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, Sussex, England, with John Clements (also director), Irene Worth, Sarah Badel, Michael Aldridge, Bill Fraser and Anton Rodgers in the cast. .
  • (1971) Stage: Wrote "Caesar and Cleopatra," performed in a Chichester Festival production at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, Sussex, England, with John Gielgud, Anna Calder-Marshall, Pat Nye, Harold Innocent, Michael Aldridge, Peter Egan and Colin Baker in the cast. Robin Phillips was director.
  • (1970) Stage: Wrote "Arms and the Man," performed in a Chichester Festival production at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, Sussex, England, with John Standing, Laurence Harvey, Sarah Badel, Judith Arthy, Margaret Courtenay, Richard Kane and Charles Lloyd Pack in the cast. John Clements was director.
  • (1972) Stage: Wrpte "The Doctor's Dilemma," performed in a Chichester Festival Production at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, West Sussex, England, with Robin Phillips, Joan Plowright, John Neville, Michael Aldridge, William Mervyn, John Clements and Angela Richards in the cast.
  • (11/77) Stage: Wrote "The Apple Cart," performed in a Chichester Festival Production at the Phoenix Theatre in London, England, with Keith Michell, Penelope Keith, Nigel Stock, June Jago, Roy Dotrice and Tony Robinson in the cast. Patrick Garland was director.
  • (1993) Stage: Wrote "Getting Married," performed in a Chichester Festival Production at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, West Sussex, England, with Dorothy Tutin, Tony Britton, Barbara Murray, Bernard Gallagher, Christopher Benjamin, Jane How, Moray Watson and Robert Bathurst in the cast. Frank Hauser was director.
  • (1953) Stage: Wrote "The Apple Cart," performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with Noël Coward, Margaret Leighton, George Rose, John Moffatt, Margaret Rawlings and Cecil Trouncer in the cast. Michael MacOwan was director.
  • (10/1981) Stage: Wrote "Village Wooing," and "1933: Portrait of the Year," performed at the New End Theatre in Hampstead, London, England, with Judi Dench, Michael Williams and Jerry Flynn in the cast.
  • (2/68) Stage: Wrote "Aerial Football" and "The Black Girl in Search of God," performed at the Mermaid Theatre in London, England, with Edith Evans, Anthony Newlands, Paul Hardwick, Josephine Wilson, Trevor Baxter, Jessie Evans, John Westbrook and David Markham in the cast. Basil Ashmore was director.
  • (1983) Stage: Wrote "Heartbreak House," performed at Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with 'Rex Harrison (i)' (QV), Rosemary Harris, 'Diana Rigg' and Simon Ward in the cast. John Dexter was director.
  • (1942) Stage: Wrote "The Doctor's Dilemma," performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with Vivien Leigh, Peter Glenville and George Relph in the cast.
  • (1966) Stage: Wrote "The Man of Destiny" and "O' Flaherty VC," performed at the Duchess Theatre in London, England, with Ian McKellen, Bill Wallis, Timothy Carlton, Siân Phillips and Marie Kean in the cast. Robert Kidd and Peter Gill were directors.
  • (1951) Stage: Wrote "Caesar and Cleopatra," performed at the St. James Theatre in London, England, with Laurence Olivier, Vivien Leigh, Esmond Knight, Edmund Pardom, Clifford Williams, Cy Grant, Peter Cushing, Elspeth March, Maxine Audley, Jill Bennett, Henry Oscar, Richard Goolden, Niall MacGinnis, Wilfrid Hyde-White and Robert Helpmann in the cast. Michael Benthall was director.
  • (1973) Stage: Wrote "The Apple Cart," performed at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre in Bristol, England, with Peter O'Toole, Judy Parfitt, David Ryall, Nigel Stock, John Warner, Timothy Kightley, June Barrie, Thelma Whiteley and Edward Hardwicke in the cast.
  • (10/69) Stage: Wrote "Man and Superman," performed at the Gaiety Theatre in Dublin, Ireland, with Peter O'Toole, Susannah York, John Hurt, Donal McCann, Nigel Stock and Mary Wimbush in the cast. Nat Brenner was director.
  • (1986) Stage: Wrote "The Apple Cart," performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with Peter O'Toole, Susannah York, Paul Rogers, Michael Denison, Marius Goring, David Waller, Geoffrey Keen, David King, Dora Bryan, Moira Lister, Dinah Sheridan and Bernard Braden in the cast. Val May was director.
  • (1982) Stage: Wrote "Man and Superman," performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with Peter O'Toole, Lisa Harrow, James Grout, Michael Byrne, John Moulder-Brown, Robert Beatty and Joyce Carey in the cast. Patrick Dromgoole was director.
  • (1992) Stage: Wrote "Heartbreak House," performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with Vanessa Redgrave, Paul Scofield, Felicity Kendal, Daniel Massey, Imogen Stubbs, David Calder, Oliver Ford-Davies, Joe Melia and Shaun Scott in the cast. Trevor Nunn was director.
  • (1966) Stage: Wrote "You Can Never Tell," performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with Ralph Richardson, Jack Gwillim, Judy Campbell and Keith Baxter in the cast. Glen Byam Shaw was director.
  • (1992) Stage: Wrote "Heartbreak House," performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with Paul Scofield, Vanessa Redgrave, Felicity Kendal, Daniel Massey, Imogen Stubbs, David Calder, Oliver Ford Davies, Joe Melia and Shaun Scott in the cast. Trevor Nunn was director.
  • (1925) Stage: Wrote "Saint Joan," performed at the New Theatre in London, England, with Sybil Thorndike, Milton Rosmer, Raymond Massey, Ernest Thesiger, Jack Hawkins (as "Dunois page"), Lewis Casson and OB Clarence in the cast. Charles Ricketts was designer.
  • (1934) Stage: Wrote "Village Wooing," performed at the Little Theatre on John Street in London, England, and at the Adelphi Theatre in London, England, with John Galsworthy's play, "The Little Man," in a People's National Theatre production with Sybil Thorndike, Finlay Currie, Andrew Leigh, Robert Speaight, Edward Wheatley and Arthur Wontner in the cast. Nancy Price was director.
  • (1915) Stage: Wrote "Major Barbara", produced on Broadway. Comedy (played in repertory with "The New York Idea," "The Liars", "The Earth" and "Captain Brassbound's Conversion"). Directed by Louis Calvert. Playhouse Theatre: 9 Dec 1915-unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Paul Bliss, Louis Calvert (as "Andrew Undershaft, husband to Lady Britomart"), Margaret Calvert, Richard Clarke, John Cromwell (as "Charles Lomax, Sarah's fiancé"), Clarence Derwent (as "Stephen Undershaft"), Arthur Eldred, Grace George (as "Barbara Undershaft, Lady Britomart's daughter, Major of the Salvation Army"), Charlotte Granville (as "Lady Britomart Undershaft"), Norah Lamison, Ernest Lawford, Josephine Lovett, Guthrie McClintic (as "Morrison, butler to Lady Britomart Mary Nash"), Conway Tearle (as "Bill Walker"). Produced by Grace George and The New York Playhouse Company.
  • (1923) Stage: Wrote "Saint Joan", produced on Broadway. Drama. Garrick Theatre: 28 Dec 1923-May 1924 (closing date unknown/195 performances). Cast: Herbert Ashton, Seth Baldwin, Albert Bruning, Walton Butterfield, Morris Carnovsky, Maurice Colbourne, Ernest Cossart, William M. Griffith, Philip Leigh, Winifred Lenihan, Joseph Macauley, Ian Maclaren, Jo Mielziner (as "Court Page"), Henry Travers (as "Chaplain de Stogumber"), James Norris, Elizabeth Pearre, Albert Perry (as "Cannon John D'Estivet"), Frank Tweed, A.H. Van Buren (as "The Earl of Warwick"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.
  • (1912) Stage: Wrote "Fanny's First Play", produced in London, England. Collier's Comedy Theatre: 16 Sep 1912-Apr 1913 (closing date unknown/256 performances). Cast: Kate Carlyou, Walter Creighton, C.H. Croker-King, Herbert Dansey, Maurice Elvey, Gladys Harvey, Walter Kingsford, Eva Leonard Boyne, Arnold Lucy, Lionel Pape, Sydney Paxton, Valentine Penna, Frank Randall, 'Elizabeth Risdon' (qv, Tim Ryley, Quentin Todd. Produced by The Shuberts.
  • Playwright: "The Chocolate Soldier" (filmed as The Chocolate Soldier (1950), The Chocolate Soldier (1941), The Chocolate Soldier (1914), The Chocolate Soldier (1955))
  • (4/19/1911) Stage: Wrote "Fanny's First Play", performed at the Kingsway Theatre in London, England, with Lillah McCarthy, Cicely Hamilton, Claude King, Christine Silver, Lyonel Watts and H.K. Ayliff in the cast.
  • (1931) Stage: Wrote source material ("Arms and the Man") for "The Chocolate Soldier", performed on Broadway. Musical/operetta (revival). Original German libretto ("Dertapfere Soldat") by Rudolph Bernauer and Leopold Jacobson. Music by Oscar Straus. American version by Hugh Stanislaus Stange. Musical Director: Louis Kroll. Directed by Milton Aborn. Erlanger's Theatre: 21 Sep 1931-3 Oct 1931 (16 performances). Cast: Ann Carey (as "Aurelia Popoff, Nadina's mother"), Roy Cropper (as "Maj. Alexius Spiridoff, member of the Bulgarian Army, betrothed to Nadina"), Hal Forde (as "Col. Kasimer Popoff, member of the Bulgarian Army"), Vivian Hart (as "Mascha, Aurelia's cousin"), Detmar Poppen (as "Capt. Massakroff, member of the Bulgarian Army"), Charles Purcell (as "Lt. Bumerli, 'The Chocolate Soldier'"), Vivienne Segal (as "Nadina Popoff, Col. Popoff's daughter"), Theo Van Tassell (as "Premiere Dancer"). Produced by The Civic Light Opera Company.
  • (2/63-4/64) Stage: Wrote "Saint Joan," performed with Harold Brighouse's play, "Hobson's Choice;" Max Frisch's play, "Andorra;" George Farquhar's play, "The Recruiting Officer;" and Anton Chekhov's play, "Uncle Vanya;" in a National Theatre Company Repertoire production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England, with Max Adrian, Colin Blakely, Tom Courtenay, Cyril Cusack, Frank Finlay, Rosemary Harris, Jeanne Hepple, Derek Jacobi, Robert Lang, Mary Miller, Anthony Nicholls, Laurence Olivier, Joan Plowright, Michael Redgrave, Lynn Redgrave, Maggie Smith, Robert Stephens, John Stride and Diana Wynyard in the cast.
  • (1969) Stage: Wrote "Back to Methuselah," performed in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England, with Derek Jacobi, Louise Purnell, Judy Wilson, Frank Wylie, Robert Lang, Ronald Pickup, Gillian Barge, Philip Locke, Paul Curran, Gerald James, Bernard Gallagher, Jeanne Watts, Charles Kay, Anna Carteret, Felicity Kendal and Joan Plowright in the cast. Clifford Williams and Donald MacKechnie were directors. Ralph Koltai was designer.
  • (1970) Stage: Wrote "A Shorter Back To Methusalah," performed in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England, with Louise Purnell, Gabrielle Laye, Charles Kay, Ronald Pickup, David Ryall, Jane Lapotaire, Gillian Barge, Bernard Gallagher, Joan Plowright and Anna Carteret in the cast. Donald MacKechnie was director.
  • (1971) Stage: Wrote "Mrs. Warren's Profession", performed in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England, with Coral Browne, Sarah Badel, Bill Fraser and Ronald Pickup in the cast. Ronald Eyre was the director.
  • (1978) Stage: Wrote "The Philanderer", performed in a National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England, with Daniel Massey, Ann Bell, Penelope Wilton, Frederick Treves, John Standing and Barbara Flynn in the cast. Christopher Morahan was the director.
  • (1970) Stage: Wrote "The Apple Cart", performed at the Mermaid Theatre in London, England, with Carmen Munroe, John Neville, Ken Parry, Ian Lavender, Maurice Denham and Gillian Raine in the cast.
  • (1973) Stage: Wrote "Mrs. Warren's Profession", performed at the Nortcott Theatre in Exeter, Devon, England, with Ann Windsor, Sarah Stephenson and Martin Duncan in the cast. Rhys McConnochie was the director.
  • (1973) Stage: Wrote "The Apple Cart", performed at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre in Bristol, England, with Peter O'Toole, Judy Parfitt, David Ryall, Nigel Stock, Paul Imbusch, John Warner, Timothy Kightley, June Barrie, Thelma Whiteley and Edward Hardwicke in the cast.
  • (1974) Stage: Wrote "Pygmalion", performed at the Albery Theatre in London, England, with Diana Rigg, Alec McCowen, Jack May, Simon MacCorkindale, Hilda Fenemore, Bob Hoskins and Ellen Pollock in the cast. John Dexter was the director.
  • (1974) Stage: Wrote "Pygmalion," performed at the Albery Theatre in London, England, with Diana Rigg, Alec McCowen, Jack May, Simon MacCorkindale, Hilda Fenemore, Bob Hoskins and Ellen Pollock in the cast. John Dexter was director.
  • (1981) Stage: Wrote "Arms and the Man", performed at the Lyric Theatre in London, England, with Richard Briers, Peter Egan, Richard Pearson, Pat Heywood, Anna Nygh, Anthony Pedley and Alice Krige in the cast.
  • (1956) Stage: Wrote source material ("Pygmalion") for "My Fair Lady", produced on Broadway. Musical/Romantic comedy. Book / lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner. Music by Frederick Loewe. Music arranged by Robert Russell Bennett and Philip J. Lang. Dance arrangements by Trude Rittman. Musical Director: Franz Allers. Choral arrangements by Gino Smart. Production Design by Oliver Smith. Costume Design by Cecil Beaton. Lighting Design by Feder. Hair Design by Ernest Adler. Wig Design by Ira Senz. Choreographed by Hanya Holm. Directed by Moss Hart. Mark Hellinger Theatre (moved to The Broadhurst Theatre from 28 Feb 1962-14 Apr 1962, then moved to The Broadway Theatre from 18 Apr 1962-close): 15 Mar 1956-29 Sep 1962 (2717 performances). Cast: Julie Andrews (as "Eliza Doolittle"), Rex Harrison (as "Henry Higgins") [from 15 Mar 1956-23 Dec 1957; replaced by Edward Mulhare], Robert Coote (as "Col. Pickering"), Stanley Holloway (as "Alfred P. Doolittle"), Cathleen Nesbitt (as "Mrs. Higgins"), Estelle Aza (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Philippa Bevans (as "Mrs. Pearce"), Paul Brown (as "Flunkey" / "Bartender" / "Singing Ensemble"), Thatcher Clarke (as "Dancing Ensemble [from ?-Sep 1956], Melisande Congdon (as "Singing Ensemble"), Cathy Conklin (as "Flower Girl" / "Dancing Ensemble"), Margaret Cuddy (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Imelda De Martin (as "Busker" / "Dancing Ensemble"), Pat Diamond (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Crandall Diehl (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Gordon Dilworth (as "Selsey Man" / "Harry" / "Lord Boxington"), Pat Drylie (as "Dancing Ensemble"), David Evans (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Gordon Ewing (as "Footman" / "Singing Ensemble"), Lola Fisher (as "Singing Ensemble"), Rosemary Gaines (as "Servant" / "Singing Ensemble"), Maribel Hammer (as "Queen of Transylvania" / "Singing Ensemble"), Barbara Heath (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Christopher Hewett (as "Bystander" / "Zoltan Karpathy"), Carl Jeffrey (as "Busker" / "Dancing Ensemble"), Glenn Kezer (as "Second Cockney" / "Servant" / "Singing Ensemble), John Michael King (as "Freddy Eynsford-Hill"), William Krach (as "Footman" / "Singing Ensemble"), Vera Lee (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Nancy Lynch (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Rod McLennan (as "Another Bystander" / "Jamie" / "Ambassador"), James Morris (as "Third Cockney" / "Singing Ensemble"), Barton Mumaw (as "Chauffeur" / "Constable" / "Dancing Ensemble"), Gene Nettles (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Colleen O'Connor (as "Servant" / "Singing Ensemble"), Paul Olson (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Olive Reeves-Smith (as "Mrs. Hopkins" / "Lady Boxington"), Viola Roache (as "Mrs. Eynsford-Hill"), Joe Rocco (as "Busker" / Dancing Ensemble"), Fernando Schaffenburg (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Muriel Shaw (as "Servant/Singing Ensemble"), Reid Shelton (as "First Cockney/Butler/Singing Ensemble"), Patti Spangler (as "Singing Ensemble") [from ?- Sep 1956], Herb Surface (as "Fourth Cockney/Singing Ensemble"), David Thomas (as "Hoxton Man" / "Bartender" / "Singing Ensemble"), Gloria Van Dorpe (as "Servant" / "Singing Ensemble"), James White (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Judith Williams (as "Mrs. Higgins' Maid" / "Dancing Ensemble"). Understudies: Constance Brigham (as "Eliza Doolittle"), Paul Brown (as "Jamie'), Gordon Dilworth' (as "Alfred P. Doolittle"), Maribel Hammer (as "Mrs. Hopkins"), Christopher Hewett (as "Henry Higgins"), Glenn Kezer (as "Harry"), Rod McLennan (as "Col. Pickering"), Olive Reeves-Smith (as "Mrs. Eynsford-Hill" / "Mrs. Pearce"), Viola Roache (as "Mrs. Higgins"), Reid Shelton (as "Freddy Eynsford-Hill"), David Thomas (as "Zoltan Karpathy"). Replacement cast: [during Mark Hellinger Theatre run]: Helen Ahola (as "Singing Ensemble"), Christian Alderson (as "Busker" / "Dancing Ensemble"), Michael Allinson (as "Henry Higgins") [from 10 Feb 1960-?], Bill Atkinson (as "Busker" / "Dancing Ensemble"), Gretl Bauer (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Lindsey Bergen (as "First Cockney" / "Singing Ensemble"), Maxine Berke (as "Busker") [from circa 31 Dec 1957-?] / "Dancing Ensemble"), Mary Sue Berry (as "Servant" / "Singing Ensemble"), Leta Bonynge (as "Mrs. Pearce"), Leo Britt (as "Bystander") [from circa 14 May 1956-?]/Zoltan Karpathy [from circa 14 May 1956-?], Margaret Broderson (as "Servant" / "Singing Ensemble"), Paul Brown (as "Footman"), Betty Buday (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Regina Burger (as "Singing Ensemble") [from circa 12 Sep 1956-?], Ann Casey (as "Singing Ensemble"), Pamela Charles (as "Eliza Doolittle") [from 2 Feb 1959-?], Diana Chase (as "Singing Ensemble"), Hilda Clarke (as "Singing Ensemble"), Thatcher Clarke (as "Dancing Ensemble") [from circa Dec 1957-?]" / "Busker [from circa 31 Dec 1957-?], Melville Cooper (as "Col. Pickering"), Robin Craven (as "Bystander [from 4 Jun 1956 -?]" / "Zoltan Karpathy [from 4 Jun 1956-?], Margaret Cuddy (as "Mrs. Higgins' Maid"), Joan Darby (as "Busker" / "Dancing Ensemble"), Reginald Denny (as "Col. Pickering") [from circa 31 Dec 1957-?], Bill Diehl (as "Singing Ensemble" / "Third Cockney"), Crandall Diehl (as "Bystander") [from circa 25 Jun 1956-?], Joan Diehl (as "Busker" / "Dancing Ensemble"), Gordon Dilworth (as "Alfred P. Doolittle"), Lee Dougherty (as "Singing Ensemble"), Loren Driscoll (as "Freddy Eynsford-Hill"), Christopher Edwards (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Susan Fellows (as "Queen of Transylvania" / "Servant" / "Singing Ensemble"), Lola Fisher (as "Eliza Doolittle") [from 14 Aug 1956-?], Bramwell Fletcher (as "Henry Higgins") [from 25 Aug 1958-?], Janet Gaylord (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Katia Geleznova (as "Dancing Ensemble") [circa 25 Jun 1956-?], Don Grilley (as "Singing Ensemble"), Maribel Hammer (as "Lady Boxington" / "Mrs. Hopkins"), Moss Hart (as "Escort of the Queen of Transylvania") [from 23 Dec 1957-23 Dec 1957], Kim Hayward (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Tom Hellmore (as "Henry Higgins"), [from 17 Aug 1956-?], Tom Hestor (as "Busker"), Sally Ann Howes (as "Eliza Doolittle") [from 3 Feb 1958-?], Ray Hyson (as "Third Cockney" / "Singing Ensemble"), John H. Jones (as "Bartender" / "Singing Ensemble"), Robert Karl (as "Busker" / "Dancing Ensemble"), Lawrence Keith (as "Footman" / "Singing Ensemble" / "Flunkey"), Kay Kendall (as "Queen of Transylvania") [from 23 Dec 1957-23 Dec 1957], Glenn Kezer (as "Butler"), Dieter Klos (as "Dancing Ensemble"), William Krach (as "First Cockney") [circa 31 Dec 1957-?], Ronnie Lee (as "Dancing Ensemble") [from 14 Aug 1961-24 Feb 1962], David Lober (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Jean Maggio (as "Servant" / "Singing Ensemble"), Iva March (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Margery Maude (as "Mrs. Higgins"), Svetlana McLee (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Rod McLennan (as "Bartender"), Linda McNaughton (as "Servant" / "Singing Ensemble"), Kiki Minor (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Dale Moreda (as "Dancing Ensemble") [from circa 12 Sep 1956-?], Margot Moser (as "Eliza Doolittle") [from 30 Jan 1961-?], Edward Mulhare (as "Henry Higgins") [from 29 Nov 1957-?], Barton Mumaw (as "Bystander"), Glenn Olson (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Robert Price (as "Singing Ensemble"), Ronald Radd (as "Alfred P. Doolittle" [from 23 Dec 1957-?], Rosemary Rainer (as "Eliza Doolittle" / "Servant" / "Singing Ensemble"), Charlotte Ray (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Bill Reilly (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Viola Roache (as "Mrs. Higgins"), Ronald Rosanoff (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Bentley Roton (as "Busker" / "Dancing Ensemble"), Dorothy Scott (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Karen Shepard (as "Servant" / "Singing Ensemble"), Barbara Siman (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Robert St. Clair (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Herb Surface (as "Servant"), Regina Wallace (as "Mrs. Eynsford-Hill [circa 31 Dec 1957-?], Marc West (as "Dancing Ensemble") [circa 12 Sep 1956-?], Harry Woolever (as "Dancing Ensemble"). Understudies: Helen Ahola (as "Mrs. Hopkins"), Leo Britt (as "Henry Higgins" / "Col. Pickering"), Robin Craven (as "Henry Higgins"), Lola Fisher (as "Eliza Doolittle"), John H. Jones (as "Freddy Eynsford-Hill"), Lawrence Keith (as "Jamie"), Rosemary Rainer (as "Eliza Doolittle"), Karen Shepard (as "Eliza Doolittle"), Regina Wallace (as "Mrs. Higgins"). [During Broadhurst Theatre run:] Leta Bonynge (as "Mrs. Pearce"), Ronnie Lee (as "Dancing Ensemble") [from 28 Feb 1962-28 Jul 1962]. [During Broadway Theatre run:] None noted. Produced by Herman Levin. NOTE: Filmed as My Fair Lady (1964).
  • (2010-11) Stage: Wrote "Heartbreak House," performed at the Writers' Theatre in Chicago, IL, with John Reeger in the cast. Keith Pitts was scenic designer. Andrew Hansen was sound designer.
  • (1915) Stage: Wrote "You Never Can Tell", produced on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Garrick Theatre, (moved to The Park Theatre from 3 May 1915-Close): 5 Apr 1915-unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Edwin Arden (as "Mr. Crampton"), Arnold Daly (as "Dr. Valentine"), Stanley Dark (as "Mr. M'Comas"), Mabel Frenyear (as "Dolly Clandon"), George Giddens (as "William"), Charles Laite (as "Philip Clandon"), Montagu Love (as "Mr. Bohun"), Doris Mitchell (as "Gloria Clandon"), Gwladys Evan Morriss [credited as Gwaldys Morris] (as "Parlormaid"), Anne Sutherland (as "Mrs. Clandon"). Produced by Garrick Producing Co.
  • (1916) Stage: Wrote "Captain Brassbound's Conversion", produced on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Playhouse Theatre: 29 Mar 1916-unknown (unknown performances/repertory production; rotated with "he New York Idea", "The Earth", "The Liars", "Major Barbara"). Cast: William Balfour (as "Sidi El Assif"), Richard Clarke (as "Johnson"), John Cromwell (as "Capt. Kearney, U.S.N."), Clarence Derwent (as "The Cadi"), Hubert Druce (as "Rankin"), Daniel Eames (as "Petty Officer"), Lewis Edgard (as "Drinkwater"), Grace George (as "Lady Cicely Waynflete"), Rexford Kendrick (as "Ossman"), George Kent (as "Hassan"), Ernest Lawford (as "Sir Howard Hallam"), Guthrie McClintic (as "Marzo"), Malcolm Morley (as "Redbrook"; Broadway debut), Robert Warwick (as "Capt. Brassbound"). Produced by Grace George and The New York Playhouse Company.
  • (1905) Stage: Wrote "You Never Can Tell", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Garrick Theatre: 9 Jan 1905-May 1905 (closing date unknown/129 performances). Cast: Edna Bruna (as "Parlormaid"), Arnold Daly (as "Dr. Valentine"), Drina DeWolfe (as "Gloria Clandon"), George Farren (as "Mr. Crampton"; Broadway debut), John Findlay (as "William"), L.M. Gallager (as "Servant"), Sumner Gard (as "Philip Clandon"), Harry Harwood (as "Mr. Bohun"), Frank Hughes (as "Servant"; Broadway debut), Jeffreys Lewis (as "Mrs. Clandon"), Mabel Taliaferro (as "Dolly Clandon"), William H. Thompson (as "Mr. M'Comas"). Produced by Liebler & Co.
  • (1987) Stage: Wrote "You Can Never Tell," performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with Michael Hordern, Irene Worth, Frank Middlemass, Derek Waring, Jenny Quayle, Terence Wilson and Michael Denison in the cast.
  • (1916) Stage: Wrote "Gertrude Kingston and a Visiting Company" [production was composed of the following shows: "Great Catherine", "The Inca of Perusalem", "The Queen's Enemies"], produced on Broadway. Neighborhood Playhouse (moved to Maxine Elliott's Theatre from 18 Dec 1916-close): 14 Nov 1916-30 Dec 1916 (42 performances). "Great Catherine"--Cast: Gertrude Kingston (as "Catherine II, Empress of Russia"), Leslie Austin (credited as Leslie Austen; as "Capt. Edstaston, Of the Light Dragoons"; Broadway debut), Roberta Bellinger (as "Lady-in-Waiting"; Broadway debut), William Boykin (as "Courtier"), Colin Campbell (as "Sergeant"), Albert J. Carroll (as "Courtier"), C. Haviland Chappell (as "Courtier"), Louise Coleman (as "Princess Dashkoff"), Nell Compton-Mackenzie (as "Claire"), William Dwight (as "Guard"), Henley Edwards (as "Courtier"), Jacob Golub (as "Guard"), David Kimball (as "Naryshkin, The Chamberlain"), Annabella Murray (as "Lady-in-Waiting"), Esther Pomeroy Owen (as "Lady-in-Waiting"), Walter Ringham (as "Patiomkin, The Prime Minister"), J.F. Roach (as "Guard"), Erskine Sanford (as "Courtier"), Dorie Sawyer (as "Varinka"), Sarah Shirley (as "Lady-in-Waiting"), Vida Walker (as "Lady-in-Waiting"), Henry Worthington (as "Guard"). "The Inca of Perusalem"--[writer credited as "A Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature"]. Cast: Gertrude Kingston (as "Ermyntrude"), Colin Campbell (as "The Waiter"), Nell Compton-Mackenzie (as "A Royal Princess"), Henley Edwards (as "The Hotel Manager"), David Kimball (as "The Archdeacon"), Walter Ringham (as "The Inca"). The Queen's Enemies: Melodrama. Written by Lord Dunsany. Cast: George Abbott (as "Twin Duke of Ethiopia"), Leslie Austin (credited as Leslie Austen; as "Prince Rhadamandaspes"), Albert J. Carroll (as "Tharrabas"), C. Haviland Chappell (as "King of the Four Countries"), Louise Coleman (as "Ackazarpses"), Henley Edwards (as "Prince Zophernes"), William Essex (as "Slave"), Alice Lewisohn (as "The Queen"), Hubert Osborne (as "Priest of Horus"), Arnold Rittenberg (as "Slave"), J.F. Roach (as "Slave"), Erskine Sanford(as "tharni"), Wells Spaulding (as "Twin Duke of Ethiopia"), Arthur Stevens (as "Slave"), Arthur Wood (as "Harlee"). Produced by The Gertrude Kingston Company.
  • (2012-13 Season) Stage: Wrote "You Can Never Tell," performed at the Remy Bumppo Theatre Company in Chicago, IL. Emily Waecker was costume designer.
  • (1991) Stage: Wrote "The Philanderer," performed at the Hampstead Theatre in London, England, with 'Clive Owen' (v), Caroline Langrishe, Eleanor David, Geoffrey Toone, Barry Morse, Jonathan Coy and Siri Neal in the cast. Brian Cox was director.
  • (1991) Stage: Wrote "The Doctor's Dilemma," performed at the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester, England, with Clive Owen, Fiona Gillies, Daphne Oxenford, Jeremy Clyde, Ewan Hooper, Kevin Elyot, Trevor Baxter and Alison Ruffelle in the cast. James Maxwell was director.
  • (1993) Stage: Wrote "Candida," performed at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford, Surrey, England, with Liza Goddard, Bill Pertwee, James Smillie and Jonathan Morris in the cast. Val May was director.
  • (1997) Stage: Wrote "Heartbreak House," performed at the Almeida Theatre in London, England, with Richard Griffiths, Emma Fielding, Patricia Hodge, Penelope Wilton, Malcolm Sinclair, Peter McEnery, John Bowe and Simon Dutton in the cast. David Hare was director.
  • (1998) Stage: Wrote "Major Barbara," performed in a Peter Hall Company production at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England, with Jemma Redgrave, Peter Bowles, Anna Carteret, Stephen Noonan, John Elmes, David Yelland, Rebecca Saire, Michael Pennington, and Marty Cruickshank in the cast. Peter Hall was also director.
  • (1992) Stage: Wrote "Pygmalion," performed in a Royal National Theatre production at the Laurence Olivier Theatre in London, England, with Alan Howard, Frances Barber, Michael Bryant, Gillian Barge, Robin Bailey, Simon Coates, Alison Fiske and Polly Adams in the cast. Howard Davies was director.
  • (2002) Stage: Wrote "Mrs. Warren's Profession," performed in a Peter Hall Company production at the Strand Theatre in London, England, with Rebecca Hall, Brenda Blethyn, Richard Johnson, Peter Blythe, Laurence Fox and James Saxon in the cast. Peter Hall was director.
  • (2006) Stage: Wrote "Major Barbara," performed at the Orange Tree Theatre in London, England, with Robert Austin, Octavia Walters, Jacqueline King, Nicholas Gadd, and David Antrobus in the cast.
  • (1950) Stage: Wrote "Caesar and Cleopatra," performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, with Paulette Goddard, Francis Compton and Hurd Hatfield in the cast.
  • (1927) Stage: Wrote "The Man of Destiny," performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, with Michael Strange and Clarence Derwent in the cast.
  • (1951) Stage: Wrote "Candida," performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, with Olivia de Havilland and Katherine Squire in the cast.
  • (1928) Stage: Wrote "Candida," performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, with Peggy Wood in the cast.
  • (1929) Stage: Wrote "You Can Never Tell," performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, with Bette Davis and Lloyd Nolan in the cast.
  • (1938) Stage: Wrote "Pygmalion," performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, with Sylvia Sidney, Mary Brian and Philip Huston in the cast.
  • (10/30/63) Stage: Wrote "The Millionairess," performed at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, IL, with Patricia Jessel ("Epifania Ognissanti Di Parerga") in the cast. John Reich was director. Jacob Burck was scenic designer.
  • (1967) Stage: Wrote "Misalliance," performed in an American Conservatory Repertory Theatre production at the Howell Murray Theater at Ravinia in Chicago, IL.
  • (1946) Stage: Wrote "Pygmalion," performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, with Gertrude Lawrence and John Williams in the cast.
  • (1967) Stage: Wrote "Man and Superman," performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production at the Geary and Marine Memorial Theatres in San Francisco, CA. Jerome Kilty was director.
  • (1970) Stage: Wrote "Saint Joan," performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production at the Geary and Marine Memorial Theatres in San Francisco, CA. Edward Gilbert was director.
  • (1968-69) Stage" Wrote "The Devil's Disciple," performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production at the Geary and Marine Memorial Theatres in San Francisco, CA. Edward Hastings was director.
  • (1971-72) Stage: Wrote "Caesar and Cleopatra," performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production at the Geary and Marine Memorial Theatres in San Francisco, CA. William Ball was director.
  • (1976-77) Stage: Wrote "Man and Superman," performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, CA. Jack O'Brien was director.
  • (1978-79) Stage: Wrote "Heartbreak House," performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, CA. Allen Fetcher was director.
  • (1985-86) Stage: Wrote "You Can Never Tell," performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, CA. Janice Hutchins was director.
  • (1983-84) Stage: Wrote "Arms and the Man," performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, CA. Allen Fletcher was director.
  • (1986-87) Stage: Wrote "The Doctor's Dilemma," performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, CA. Joy Carlin was director.
  • (1988-89) Stage: Wrote "Saint Joan," performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, CA. Michael Smuin was director.
  • (1993-94) Stage: Wrote "Pygmalion," performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, CA. Richard Seyd was director.
  • (1996-97) Stage: Wrote "Mrs. Warren's Profession," performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, CA. Richard Seyd was director.
  • (2013-14) Stage: Wrote "Major Barbara," performed in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, CA. Dennis Gamhum was director.
  • (12/29/68) Stage: Wrote "The Devil's Disciple," performed in an American ContemporaryTheatre production in San Francisco, CA.
  • (1989) Stage: Wrote "Saint Joan," performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production at the Stratford Theatre Festival in Stratford, Ontario, Canada.
  • (2/17/2014-5/18/2014) Stage: Wrote "Candida," performed at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, PA, with Gretchen Egolf ("Candida Morell"); Jared McGuire ("Eugene Marchbanks"); Matthew Minor ("Rev. Alexander Mill"); John O'Creagh ("Mr. Burgess"); Meghan Mae O'Neill ("Miss Prosperine Garrett"); and David Whalen ("Rev. James Mavor Morell"); in the cast. Ted Pappas was director. James Noone was scenic designer. Andrew B. Marlay was costume designer. Kirk Bookman was lighting designer. Zach Moore was sound designer. Don Wadsworth was dialect coach. Pat McCorkle was casting director. Fredric H. Orner was production stage manager. Alicia DiGigiorgi was assistant stage manager.
  • (3/31/1994-5/1/1994) Stage: Wrote "Arms and the Man," performed at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, PA. Eddie Gilbert was artistic director.
  • (11/20/1984-12/23/1984) Stage: Wrote "Misalliance," performed at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, PA.
  • (11/9/77-12/11/77) Stage: Wrote "You Can Never Tell," performed at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, PA.
  • (10/25/25) Stage: Wrote "Candida," performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH, with Peggy Wood in the cast.
  • (11/15/26) Stage: Wrote "Pygmalion," performed at the Guild Theatre in New York City and ran for 143 performances.
  • (9/11/27-9/18/27) Stage: Wrote "Pygmalion," performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH, with Lynn Fontanne ("Eliza Doolittle"); Alfred Lunt ("Henry Higgins"); Phyllis Connard; Winifred Hanley; Charles Cardon; Philip Leigh; Dudley Digges (also director); Bernard Savage; William A. Evans; Thomas Meegan; Kitty Wilson; Edward Hartford; Beryl Mercer; Henry Travers; Helen Westley; and Barbara Bruce in the cast. Jo Mielziner was set designer. Theatre Guild was producer.
  • (2/20/36) Stage: Wrote "Saint Joan," performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH, with Katharine Cornell and Maurice Evans in the cast.
  • (2/27/39) Stage: Wrote "Candida," performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH, with Cornelia Otis Skinner in the cast.
  • (3/3/41) Stage: Wrote "The Doctor's Dilemma," performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH, with Katharine Cornell and Raymond Massey in the cast.
  • (4/28/47) Stage: Wrote "Pygmalion," performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH, with Gertrude Lawrence in the cast.
  • (11/22/48) Stage: Wrote "Man and Superman," performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH, with Maurice Evans in the cast.
  • (February 25, 1952) His play, "Candida," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Olivia De Havilland in the cast.
  • (January 25, 1954) His play, "Misalliance," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Martyn Green in the cast.
  • (April 15, 1957) His play, "The Apple Cart," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Maurice Evans and Signe Hasso in the cast.
  • (April 6, 1939) His play, "Androcles and Lion," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey.
  • (1963) His play, "The Millionairess," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Carol Channing, Gene Wilder, and John McMartin in the cast. Gene Saks was director.
  • (July 1951) His play, "Arms and the Man," was adapted into a musical, "The Chocolate Soldier," by Oliver Strauss at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine.
  • (June 1961) His play, "Captain Brassboard's Conversion," was performed at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Siobhan McKenna and Zachary Scott in the cast.
  • (December 4 to 16, 1950) His play, "Pygmalion," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Edward Mangum and Zelda Fichlander were directors.
  • (April 21, 1953) His play, "Arms and the Man," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Basil Langton was director.
  • (October 19, 1954) His play, "Androcles and The Lion," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Joan Vail was director.
  • (March 19, 1957) Sean O'Casey's play, "Bedtime Story;" Tennessee Williams' play, "Portrait of a Madonna;" and his play, "Man of Destiny," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. John O'Shaughnessy was director.
  • (March 26, 1915) His play, "The Doctor's Dilemma," was performed at the Wallack's Theatre on Broadway in New York City.
  • (October 22, 1957) His play, "The Doctor's Dilemma," was performed at the Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. with Louis Edmonds, Astrid Wilsrud, William Ball, Nick Coster, Lois Alexander, Allen Joseph, Tom Bosley, Peter Breck, MIchael Lewis, Ed Preble, Clarissa Verissimo, Michael Foley, Clayton Corzatte and Warner Schreiner in the cast. Dick Nelson was set designer. Marianna Elliott was costume designer. John O'Shaughnessy was director.
  • (January 13, 1958) His play, "The Devil's Disciple," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. John O'Shaughnessy was director.
  • (October 20, 1959) His play, "Major Barbara," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. F. Cowles Strickland was director.
  • (May 2, 1961) His play, "Man and Superman," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. F. Cowles Strickland was director.
  • (February 20 to March 18, 1962) His play, "Misalliance," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Warren Enters was director.
  • (February 11 to March 14, 1965) His play, "Heartbreak House," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Mel Shapiro was director.
  • (October 28 to November 28, 1965) His play, "Saint Joan," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Edwin Sherin was director.
  • (September 14 to December 3, 1967) His play, "Major Barbara," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Edwin Sherin was director.
  • (February 6 to March 14, 1976) His play, "Heartbreak House," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. John Pasquin was director.
  • (October 15 to November 21, 1976) His play, "Saint Joan," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Martin Fried was director.
  • (October 16 to November 22, 1981) His play, "Major Barbara," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. with Christine Estabrook (Major Barbara), Mikel Lambert, Kevin Donovan, Terrence Currier, Katherine Leask, Robert W. Westenberg, Charles Janasz, Biff McGuire, Leslie Cass, Richard Bauer, Christina Moore, Mark Hammer, Christopher McHale, June Hansen and Thomas A. Hewitt. Tony Straiges was set designer. Marjorie Slaiman was costume designer. Lauren McDougl was cover artist. Martin Fried was director.
  • (January 11 to February 17, 1985) His play, "Man and Superman," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Douglas C. Wager was director.
  • (April 3 to May 10, 1987) His play, "Heartbreak House," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Mel Shapiro was director.
  • (February 8 to April 7, 1991) His play, "Pygmalion," was performed in The Arena Stage Theatre production at the Kreeger Theater in Washington D.C. Douglas C. Wager was director.
  • (November 18, 1994 to January 8, 1995) His play, "Misalliance," was performed in The Arena Stage Theatre production at the Kreeger Theater in Washington D.C. Kyle Donnelly was director.
  • (September 24 to November 9, 1968) His play, "Captain Brasshound's Conversion," was performed at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Greer Garson, Darren McGavin, Jim Backus, Paul Ford, John Williams, George Rose and Tony Tanner in the cast. Joseph Anthony was director.
  • (January 29 to March 9, 1974) His play, "Saint Joan," was performed at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Sarah Miles and Richard Thomas in the cast. Arvin Brown was director.
  • (December 16, 1977 to January 28, 1978) His play, "The Devil's Disciple," was performed at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Rex Harrison, Chris Sarandon, Carole Shelley, Barnard Hughes and Margaret Hamilton in the cast. Frank Dunlop was director.
  • (April 20 to June 2, 1979) His play, "Pygmalion," was performed at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Robert Stephens, Roberta Maxwell, Maureen O'Sullivan and Milo O'Shea in the case. John Dexter was director.
  • (August 14 to October 10, 1971) His play, "Major Barbara," was performed at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Edward Parone was director.
  • (1966-1967 season) His play, "Misalliance," was performed at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut. Arvin Brown was director. David Hager was set designer. Alec Sutherland was costume designer. Ronald Wallace was lighting designer.
  • (1967-1968 season) His play, "Don Juan in Hell," was performed at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut. Arvin Brown was director. Will S. Armstrong was set and costume designer. Peter Hunt was lighting designer.
  • (4/9/71-5/1/71) Stage: Wrote "Heartbreak House," performed at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, CT. Edward Gilbert was director. Peter Wingate was costume and set designer. Judy Rasmuson was lighting designer.
  • (1974-75 season) Stage: Wrote "Pygmalion," performed at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, CT. Robin Gammell was director. Marjorie B. Kellogg was set designer. Bill Walker was costume designer. Ronald Wallace was lighting designer.
  • (1976-77 season) Stage: Wrote "St. Joan," performed at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, CT. Martin Fried was director. Marjorie B. Kellogg was set designer. Bill Walker was costume designer. Ronald Wallace was lighting designer.
  • (1981-82 season) Stage: Wrote "The Doctor's Dilemma," performed at the Long Wharf Theatre (Mainstage) in New Haven, CT. Kenneth Frankel was director. Steven Rubin was set designer. Bill Walker was costume designer. Judy Rasmuson was lighting designer.
  • (1970) Stage: Wrote "Heartbreak House," performed at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, CT, with Shirley Bryan and William Swetland in the cast.
  • (2/12/65-3/7/65) Stage: Wrote "Arms and the Man," performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, KY, with Denise Fergusson ("Raina Petkof"f); Barbara Cornett ("Catherine Petkoff"); Liz Vissing ("Louka"); Will Kennon ("Capt. Bluntschli"); Jack Collard ("Russian Officer"); J.S. Johnson ("Nicola"); John Setiz ("Maj. Paul Petkoff") and James Woodall ("Maj. Sergius Saranoff") in the cast. Richard Block was director.
  • (2/8/68-3/3/68) Stage: Wrote "Misalliance," performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, KY, with Max Howard ("Johnny Tarleton"); Michael Cantine ("Bentley Summerhays"); Reedy Gibbs ("Hypatia"); Dale Carter Cooper ("Mrs. Tareleton"); Gerald Harte ("Lord Summerhays"); Grant Sheehan ("Tarleton"); Lenny Baker ("Joey Percival"); Jane Singer ("Lina"); and Barry Michlin ("Gunner") in the cast. Gordon Phillips was director.
  • (10/16/75-11/9/75) Stage: Wrote "Arms and The Man," performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, KY, with Lee Anne Fahey ("Raina Petkof"f); Adale O'Brien ("Catherine Petkoff"); Jean De Baer ("Louka"); Ray Fry ('Bluntschli"); Michael Kevin ("Officer"); Bob Burrus ("Nicola"); John H. Fields ("Maj. Petkoff"); and Michael Gross ("Sergius") in the cast. Jon Jory was director.
  • (4/20/1976-4/25/1976) Stage: Wrote "Overruled," performed in a "Check Mate" production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville, KY, with the 1975-76 Acting Apprentice Company in the cast. Dennis Predovic was director. Marilee Hebert Slater was artistic director.
  • (1/30/1979-2/23/1979) Stage: Wrote source material (plays "Overruled" and "Passion, Poison and Petrification") for the musical "Matrimonium" at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, KY, with Richard Bowne ("Mr. Lunn, Adolphus"); Deborah May ("Mrs. Juno, Lady Magnesia"); Adale O'Brien ("Mrs. Lunn, Phyllis"); Patrick Tovatt ("Mr. Juno, Fitz"); Ray Fry ("Landlord"; also director); Peter Bartlett ("Policeman"); George Kimmel ("Doctor") in the cast. Peter Ekstrom was composer and lyricist.
  • (1/12/1983-1/30/1983) Stage: Wrote "Misalliance," performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, KY, with John Vennema ("John Tarleton, Jr."); Gilbert Cole ("Bentley Summerhays"); Nancy Mette ("Hypatia Tarleton"); Joyce Krempel ("Mrs. Tarleton"); K. Lype Dell ("Lord Summerhays"); Ray Fry ("John Tarleton"); Fred Sanders ("Joseph Percival"); Patricia Hodges ("Lina Szcezapanowska") and Dierk Torsek ("The Man") in the cast. Thomas Bullard was director.
  • (10/28/99-11/20/99) Stage: Wrote "Heartbreak House," performed in a Brown-Forman Series production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, KY, with Julia Dion ("Ellie Dunn"); Jayne Houdyshell ("Nurse Guinness"); Kenneth Haigh ("Capt. Shotover"); Chick Reid ("Lady Ariadne Utterword, the Captain's daughter"); Robyn Hunt ("Hesione Hushabye, the Captain's daughter"); Bob Burrus ("Mazzini Dunn, Ellie's father"); Kent Broadhurst ("Hector Hushabye, Hesione's husband"); Fred Major "(Boss Mangan, Ellie's suitor") and Brent Harris ("Randall Utterword, Ariadne's brother-in-law") in the cast. Jon Jory was director.
  • (1934) Stage: Wrote "Village Wooing," performed in a People's National Theatre production at the Little Theatre on John Street in London, England, and at the Adelphi Theatre in London, England, with Sybil Thorndike, Finlay Currie, Andrew Leigh, Robert Speaight, Edward Wheatley and Arthur Wontner in the cast. Nancy Price was director.
  • (1964 to 1965 season) His play, "Don Juan in Hell," was performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island. Adrian Hall was director. Thomas J. Aubin and Gene Jalesky were lighting designers. Donald Davis was sound designer.
  • (Summer 1965) Stage: Wrote "Don Juan in Hell," performed in a Trinity Repertory Company production at the University of Rhode Island in Providence, RI. Adrian Hall was director.
  • (1966-67 season) Stage: Wrote "Saint Joan," performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, RI. Adrian Hall was director. Lynn Pecktal was set designer. Roger Morgan was costume and lighting designer. Richard Cumming was composer..
  • (1932-33) Stage: Wrote "The Admirable Bashville," performed at the Sadler's Wells Theatre in London, England, with Roger Livesey, Peggy Ashcroft, Malcolm Keen, Alastair Sim, Anthony Quayle, Harcourt Williams (also director), George Devine, Clare Harris and Marius Goring in the cast.
  • (1932-33) Stage: Wrote "Caesar and Cleopatra," performed at the Sadler's Wells Theatre in London, England, with Peggy Ashcroft, Malcolm Keen, Anthony Quayle, Alastair Sim, George Devine, Marius Goring, Roger Livesey and Caroline Keith in the cast. Harcourt Williams was director.
  • (1966) Stage: Wrote "Man and Superman," performed at the Vaudeville Theatre in London, England, with Alan Badel, Siân Phillips, Zena Walker, John Robinson, Marie Lohr, Patrick McAlinney, Martin Jarvis, Marda Vanne, Edward Bishop, Judy Wilson and Clive Swift in the cast. Philip Wiseman was director.
  • (1982 to 1983 season) His play, "Pygmalion," was performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island. Philip Minor was director. Robert D. Soule was set designer. William Lane was costume designer. John F. Custer was lighting designer.
  • (1984 to 1985 season) His play, "Misalliance," was performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island. Philip Minor was director. Eugene Lee was set designer. William Lane was costume designer. John F. Custer was lighting designer.
  • (1998 to 1999 season) His play, "Saint Joan," was performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island. Amanda Dehnert was director. David Jenkins was set designer. Ron Cesario was costume designer. Amy Appleyard was lighting designer.
  • (1999 to 2000) His play, "Mrs. Warren's Profession," was performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island. Brian McEleney was director. Michael McGarty was set designer. Russell Champa was lighting designer. William Lane was costume designer.
  • (May 12, 1964) His play, "Saint Joan," was performed at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater at 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, Minnesota with Tom Slater, Ellen Geer (Joan) and Claude Woolman in the cast. Douglas Campbell was director. Tanya Moiseiwitsch was set and costume designer. Richard Borgen was lighting designer. Dominick Argento was composer.
  • (September 6, 1966) His play, "The Doctor's Dilemma," was performed at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater, 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, Minnesota with Nancy Wickwire, Ed Flanders and John Cromwell in the cast. Douglas Campbell was director. Dahl Delu was set designer. Lewis Brown was costume designer. Richard Borgen was lighting designer.
  • (2016 to 2017 season) His play, "Pygmalion," was performed at the Remy Bumppo Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois. Kristy Leigh Hall was costume designer.
  • (1971 season) His play, "Misalliance," was performed at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater, 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, Minnesota with William Rhys and Paul Ballantyne in the cast. Edward Gilbert was director. Peter Wingate was set and costume designer. Kerry Lafferty was lighting designer.
  • (1980 to 1981 season) His play, "Arms and the Man," was performed at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater, 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, Minnesota with Michael Goodwin and Helen Carey in the cast. Michael Langham was director. Desmond Heeley was set and costume designer. Duane Schuler was lighting designer. Dick Whitbeck was composer.
  • (1982 to 1983 season) His play, "Heartbreak House," was performed at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater, 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Christopher Markle was director. Michael Yeargan was set designer. Lawrence Casey was costume designer. William Armstrong was lighting designer.
  • (1985 to 1986 season) His play, "Candida, 'was performed at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater, 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, Minnesota with David Hyde Pierce in the cast. William Gaskill was director. Deirdre Clancy was set and costume designer. Dawn Chiang was lighting designer.
  • (1986 to 1987 season) His play, "Saint Joan," was performed at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater, 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Patrick Mason was director. Eugene Lee was set designer. Donna M. Kress was costume designer. Duane Schuler was lighting designer. Robert Dennis was composer.
  • (1999 to 2000 season) His play, "Misalliance," was performed at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater, 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Neil Munro was director. Peter Hartwell was set and costume designer. Matthew Reinert was lighting designer.
  • (2002 to 2003 season) His play, "Mrs. Warren's Profession," was performed at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater, 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Lisa Peterson was director. Michael Yeargan was set designer. Ann Hould-Ward was costume designer. Peter Kaczorowski was lighting designer.
  • (2004 to 2005 season) His play, "Pygmalion," was performed at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater, 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, Minnesota with Bianca Amato (Eliza Doolittle); Patricia Conolly and Danny Gerroll (Higgins); in the cast. Casey Stangl was director. Anita Stewart was set designer. Linda Fisher was costume designer. Marcus Dilliard was lighting designer.
  • (2006 to 2007 season) His play, "Major Barbara, "was performed at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater, McGuire Proscenium Stage, Minneapolis, Minnesota with Isabell Monk O'Connor in the cast. Joe Dowling was artistic director.
  • (2010 to 2011 season) His play, "Arms and the Man," was performed at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater, McGuire Proscenium Stage, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Joe Dowling was artistic director.
  • (1933) Katherine Cornell performed in Rudolph Besier's play, "The Barretts of Wimpole Street;" William Shakespeare's play, "Romeo and Juliet" and his play, "Candida" at the Olympic Theatre in Seattle, Washington. Brian Aherne played Robert Browning in "The Barretts of Wimpole Street;" Orson Welles played Tybalt in "Romeo and Juliet."
  • (1936) His play, "Candida," was performed in a Southern Oregon Normal School production at Reed College in Portland, Oregon with John Harr in the cast. Angus Bowmer was director and producer. It ran for 17 performances first at the Lithia (Mark Anthony Hotel) for several weekends; then to a convention and for several rural Granges. Gordon Claycomb had arranged for a performance at the Reed College in Portland, Oregon.
  • (1935) Angus Bowmer produced his play, "Candida," at the Southern Oregon Normal School in Ashland, Oregon.
  • (1936) His play, "Candida," was performed at the Southern Oregon Normal School in Ashland, Oregon. Angus Bowmer was director and producer.
  • (1936) His play, "Candida," was performed at the Southern Oregon Normal School in Ashland, Oregon.
  • (1976) His play, "The Devil's Disciple," was performed in an Oregon Shakespeare Festival production at the Angus Bowmer Theatre in Ashland, Oregon. Michael Leibert was director. Jerry Turner was artistic director.
  • (1983) His play, "Man and Superman," was performed at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival production at the Angus Bowmer Theatre in Ashland, Oregon. James Moll was director. Jerry Turner was artistic director.
  • (1983) His play, "Don Juan in Hell," was performed in an Oregon Shakespeare Festival production at the Black Swan Theatre in Ashland, Oregon and on tour in Oregon. James Moll was director. Jerry Turner was artistic director.
  • (November 17 to December 1988) His play, "Heartbreak House," was performed in an Oregon Shakespeare Festival production at the Portland Center Stage Theatre in Portland, Oregon with Sandy McCallum (Captain Shotover) and Robynn Rodriguez (Ellie Dunn) in the cast. Dennis Bigelow as artistic director. Jerry Turner was director. William Bloodgood was set designer. Deborah M. Dryden was costume designer. James Sale was lighting designer.
  • (1991) His play, "Major Barbara," was performed in an Oregon Shakespeare Festival production at the Angus Bowmer Theatre in Ashland, Oregon. Jerry Turner was director. Henry Woronicz was artistic director.
  • (2005) His play, "The Philanderer," was performed in an Oregon Shakespeare Festival production at the Angus Bowmer Theatre in Ashland, Oregon with John Tufts in the cast. Libby Appel was artistic director.
  • (May 19 to 24, 1919) His play, "You Can Never Tell," was performed in a Pasadena Community Playhouse production at the Savoy Theatre in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director and director.
  • (May 12 to 21, 1921) His play, "Androcles and the Lion," was performed in a Pasadena Community Playhouse production at the Savoy Theatre in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director and director.
  • (October 16 to 29 1922) His play, "Arms and the Man," was performed in a Pasadena Community Playhouse production at the Savoy Theatre in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director and director.
  • (August 27 to September 1, 1923) His play, "Candida," was performed in a Pasadena Community Playhouse production at the Savoy Theatre in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director and director.
  • (December 31, 1923 & January 1 to 5, 1924) His play, "Candida," was performed in a Pasadena Community Playhouse production at the Savoy Theatre in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director and director.
  • (August 27 to September 5, 1925) His play, "You Can Never Tell," was performed in a Pasadena Playhouse production at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. Maurice Wells was director.
  • (January 21 to 30, 1926) His play, "Major Barbara," was performed in a Pasadena Playhouse production at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. Maurice Wells was director.
  • (March 11th, 13th to 25th, 1926) His play, "Major Barbara," was performed in a Pasadena Playhouse production at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. Maurice Wells was director.
  • (July 29 to August 7, 1926) His play, "Pygmalion," was performed in a Pasadena Playhouse production at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Irving Pichel was director. Gilmor Brown was artistic director.
  • (July 29 to August 7, 1926) His play, "Caesar and Cleopatra," was performed in a Pasadena Playhouse production at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Irving Pichel was director. Gilmor Brown was artistic director.
  • (January 27 to February 5, 1927) His play, "The Doctor's Dilemma," was performed in a Pasadena Playhouse production at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Maurice Wells was director. Gilmor Brown was artistic director.
  • (June 1st, 4th, 10th, 18th, 21st to 23rd, 1927) His play, "Misalliance," was performed at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. Maurice Wells was director.
  • (February 7 to 18, 1928) His play, "Getting Married," was performed at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director and director.
  • (September 18 to 29, 1928) His play, "The Devil's Disciple," was performed at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. Irving Pichel was director.
  • (November 7 to 23, 1929) George Bernard Shaw's play, "Man and Superman," was performed at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. Gilmor Brown, Ralph Freud and Harrison Ford I were directors.
  • (May 8 to 17, 1930) His play, "Candida," was performed at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director and also director.
  • (July 9 to 18, 1931) His play, "Overruled," was performed at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director and also director.
  • (November 12 to 21, 1931) His play, "The Apple Cart," was performed at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. Addison Richards was director.
  • (August 30 to September 10, 1932) His play, "Captain Brassbound's Conversion," was performed at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. James Fagan was director. Gilmor Brown was artistic director.
  • (March 14 to 25, 1933) His play, "Too True To Be Good," was performed at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Morris Ankrum was director. Gilmor Brown was artistic director.
  • (May 15 to 19, 1934) His play, "Saint Joan," was performed at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. Irving Pichel was director.
  • (July 25 to 30, 1938) His play, "Back to Methuselah (Part III)," was performed in the Fourth Midsummer Festival (George Bernard Shaw Plays) production at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. Frederick Blanchard was director.
  • (July 4 to 9, 1938) His play, "Major Barbara," was performed in the Fourth Midsummer Festival (George Bernard Shaw Plays) production at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. Maxwell Sholes was director.
  • (July 25 to 30, 1938) His play, "Back to Methuselah (Part I)," was performed in the Fourth Midsummer Festival (George Bernard Shaw Plays) production at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. Frank Ferguson was director.
  • (July 11 to 16, 1938) His play, "Heartbreak House," was performed in the Fourth Midsummer Festival (George Bernard Shaw Plays) production at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. Hale McKeen was director.
  • (June 27 to July 2, 1938) His play, "Arms and the Man," was performed in the Fourth Midsummer Festival (George Bernard Shaw Plays) production at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. Ralph Urmy was director.
  • (July 18 to 23, 1938) His play, "On The Rocks," was performed in the Fourth Midsummer Festival (George Bernard Shaw Plays) production at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. T.B. Henry was director.
  • (August 1 to 6, 1938) His play, "Back to Methuselah (Part II)," was performed in the Fourth Midsummer Festival (George Bernard Shaw Plays) production at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. Maxwell Sholes was director.
  • (July 22 to 27, 1947) His play, "Arms and the Man," was performed in the Thirteenth Midsummer Festival (Great Plays in Playhouse Life) production at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. George Phelps was director.
  • (April 21 to May 2, 1948) His play, "The Millionairess," was performed at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. Lenore Shanewise was director.
  • (June 1953) His play, "The Shewing Up of Blanco Posnet," was performed in One Play A Month production at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. Douglas Montgomery was director.
  • (November 18 to December 11, 1965) His play, "The Devil's Disciple," was performed at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Stuart Margolin was director. C. Lowell Lees was artistic director.
  • (September 28 to October 22, 1966) His play, "Captain Brassbound's Conversion," was performed at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. George Keathley was director. Albert McCleery was artistic director.
  • (April 19, 1986) His play, "Arms and the Man," was performed at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California. Nikos Psacharopoulos was director. Jessica Myerson was artistic director.
  • (Summer 1951) His play, "Candida," was performed in a Kenley Players production in Lakewood Park Theatre in Barnesville, Pennsylvania with Olivia De Havilland in the cast. John Kenley was artistic director.
  • (November 1949 to June 1950) His play, "Heartbreak House," was performed at Theatre '50 in Dallas, Texas with Peggy McCay (Ellie Dunn); Loia Cheaney (Nurse Guiness); Ben Yafee (Captain Shotover); Virginia Robinson (Lady Utterwood); Mary Finney (Hesione Hushabye); John Denney (Mazzini Dunn); Edwin Whitner (Hector Hushabye); Joe Sullivan (Boss Mangan); Gregg Juarez (Randall Utterwood) and Louis Veda Quince (Burglar) in the cast. Margo Jones was managing director. Tad Adoue was business manager. Jonathan Seymour was assistant director and stage manager. Marshall Yokelson was lighting designer. Dhu Wray was costume designer. Mabel Duke and Watson Associates were public relations. Charles Braswell, Robert Scott, Margaret O'Neill, Larry Hageman and Charles Proctor were production assistants. Mary McGrath was box office treasurer. Manning Guinan was general representative.
  • (1957 to 1958 season) His play, "The Doctor's Dilemma," was performed at the Arena Stage in Washington D.C. with William Ball (Dubedat) in the cast. Zelda Fichlander was artistic director.
  • (1958) His play, "Back To Methuselah," was performed on Broadway in New York City. William Ball was stage manager.
  • (1965 to 1966 season) His play, "The Devil's Disciple," was performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Harold Stone was director. William Ball was artistic director.
  • (January 21 to June 18, 1967) His play, "Man and Superman," was performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production at the Geary Theatre in San Francisco, California with De Ann Mears and Rene Auberjonois (Jack Tanner) in the cast. Jerome Kilty was director. William Ball was artistic director.
  • (1968 to 1969 season) His play, "The Devil's Disciple," was performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production at the Geary and Marines Theatres in San Francisco, California. Edward Hastings was director. William Ball was artistic director.
  • (1970) His play, "Saint Joan," was performed at the American Conservatory Theatre production (Short Season 22 weeks) at the Geary and Marines Theatre in San Francisco, California. William Ball was artistic director. Edward Gilbert was director.
  • (1971 to 1972 season: no double repertory) His play, "Caesar and Cleopatra," was performed at the American Conservatory Theatre production at the Geary and Marines Theatres in San Francisco, California. William Ball was artistic director and also director.
  • (1938 to 1939 Winter) His play, "Heartbreak House," was performed at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, California. Luther M. Kennett Jr. was director. Craig Noel was artistic director.
  • (1953 to 1954 Winter) His play, "The Great Catherine," was performed at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, California. Craig Noel was director and artistic director.
  • (1966 Winter) His play, "Candida," was performed in the Old Globe Theatre production at the Falstaff Tavern in San Diego, California. Craig Noel was artistic director. William Roesch was director.
  • (1967 to 1968 Winter) His play, "Caesar and Cleopatra," was performed at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, California. Craig Noel was artistic director. William Roesch was director.
  • (1967 Winter) His play, "The Doctor's Dilemma," was performed in the Old Globe Theatre production at the Falstaff Tavern in San Diego, California. Craig Noel was artistic director. William Roesch was director.
  • (1969 Winter) His play, "Misalliance," was performed in the Old Globe Theatre production at the Cassius Carter Centre Stage in San Diego, California. Craig Noel was artistic director. William Roesch was director.
  • (1973 Winter) His play, "Getting Married," was performed in the Old Globe Theatre production at the Cassius Carter Centre Stage in San Diego, California. Craig Noel was artistic director and director.
  • (1974 to 1975 Winter) His play, "You Can Never Tell," was performed at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, California. Craig Noel was artistic director and director.
  • (1976 to 1977 Winter) His play, "Arms and The Man," was performed at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, California. Craig Noel was artistic director and director.
  • (1977 to 1978 Winter) His play, "Too True To Be Good," was performed at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, California. Craig Noel was artistic director and director.
  • (1982 Winter) His play, "Misalliance," was performed at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, California. Jack O'Brien was artistic director. Paxton Whitehead was director. Craig Noel was company director.
  • (1986 Winter) His play, "Pygmalion," was performed at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, California. Jack O'Brien was director and artistic director. Craig Noel was company director.
  • (2004 to 2005 Winter) His play, "Misalliance," was performed at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, California. Jack O'Brien was artistic director. Stephen Wadsworth was director.
  • (2014 to 2015 Winter) His play, "Arms and the Man," was performed at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, California. Barry Edelstein was artistic director. Jessica Stone was director.
  • (January 26, 1990) His play, "Major Barbara," was performed in an American Repertory Theatre production at the Loeb Stage in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Michael Engler was director. Philipp Jung was set designer. Catherine Zuber was costume designer. James Ingalls was lighting designer. Maribeth Back was sound designer. Robert Brustein was artistic director.
  • (January 17, 1992) His play, "Misalliance," was performed in the American Repertory Theatre production at Loeb Stage in Cambridge, Massachusetts. David Wheeler was director. Derek McLane was set designer. Catherine Zuber was costume designer. Christopher Ackerlind was lighting designer. Maribeth Back was sound designer. Robert Brustein was artistic director.
  • (January 2, 1993) His play, "Heartbreak House," was performed in the American Repertory Theatre production at the Loeb Stage in Cambridge, Massachusetts with Jeremy Geidt in the cast. David Wheeler was director. Derek McLane was set designer. Catherine Zuber was costume designer. Howell Binkley was lighting designer. Maribeth Back was sound designer. Robert Brustein was artistic director.
  • (1952) His play, "Caesar and Cleopatra," was performed on Broadway in New York City with Laurence Olivier; Vivien Leigh and Andrew Lubowe in the cast.
  • (Summer 2004) His play, "The Village Wooing," was performed at the Pioneer Playhouse in Danville, Kentucky. Holly Henson was artistic director.
  • (May 9, 1997) His play, "Man and Superman," was performed in an American Repertory Theatre production at the Loeb Stage in Cambridge, Massachusetts with Kristin Flanders (Ann Whitefield'Dona Ana); Jeremy Geidt (Mendoza/Devil); Alvin Epstein (Roebuck/Statue) and Don Reilly (Jack Tanner) in the cast. David Wheeler was director. Christine Jones was set designer. Catherine Zuber was costume designer. John Ambrosone was lighting designer. David Remedios was sound designer. Robert Brustein was artistic director.
  • (2000 to 2001 season) His play, "The Doctor's Dilemma," was performed at the American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Robert Brustein was artistic director.
  • (July 17 to 21, 1956) His play, "St. Joan," was performed was performed in Williamstown Summer Theatre production at the Adams Memorial Theatre Main Stage at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts with Rex Robbins (Robert De Baudricourt, Chaplain De Stogumber); Ken Geist (Steward, D'Estivet); Sue Ann Gilfillan (Joan); Charles McArthur (Betrand De Poulegey, Brother Martin Ladvenu); Mather Bacon (Mgr. De La Tremouille, Dunois Bastard of Orleans); Tom Brennan (The Archbishop of Rheims, De Courcelles, A Gentleman of 1920); Will Armstrong (Gilles De Rais); Toby McFarland (Captain La Hire, The Inquisitor, An English Soldier); Jay Sweeney (The Dauphin); Casey Keese (Court Lady); Julia McArthur (Court Lady); Evans Evans (Court Lady); Louise Ober (Dunois' page); Tom Adkins (Richard De Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick); Bernie Kukoff (Peter Cauchon, Bishop of Beauvais); Craig LeMay (Warwick's page); Tad Walsh (Monk); Brookie Stoddard (Monk) ; John Perry (Monk): Paul White (Monk); Jack Schwanke (Monk); Bob Desmoreaux (Monk); Anatole Lawrence (Monk) and Horatio Brinkman (Monk) in the cast. Nikos Psacharapoulos was artistic director. Will Steven Armstrong was production designer. John Mattrice was lighting designer. Leonore Goodkin was stage manager. New York Pro Musica Antiqua was music arranger and recorder.
  • (August 27 to 31, 1957) His play, "Caesar and Cleopatra," was performed in the Williamstown Theatre Festival production at the Adams Memorial Theatre in Williamstown, Massachusetts with Tom Adkins (Julius Caesar); David Adnopoz (Nubian Slave, Egyptian courtier & porter, Musician); Doris Allen (Ftatateeta); Toby Allen (Achilles, Roman Sentinel, Palace Official, Belzanor); Richard D. Ariazi (Roman Soldier & porter); Joe Boschetti (Roman Soldier); Tom Brennan (Pothinus); Converse M. Converse (Brittanus); Lila Corbin (Egyptian Slave, courtier, Iris); Philip Cusack (Lucius Septimus); Robert J. Donnally (Boatman); Evans Evans (Cleopatra); Sue Ann Gilfillan (Egyptian Courtier); Roslyn Horowitz (Egyptian Slave, courtier Charmian); Stan Kahn (Theodotus, Auxillary Sentinel, Major Domo); Romulus Linney (Apoilodorus); George Milne (Roman Soldier); Robert X. Modica (Rufio); Martha Myers (Dancer) Marion Paone (Egyptian courtier); Austin Pendleton (Ptolemy, Egyptian porter); Robert P. Rice (Roman Soldier, Egyptian porter); Rex Robbins (Ra, Roman Centurion); Elizabeth Stearns (Egyptian courtier); Linda Urmy (Egyptian Slave, courtier, Harpist); Martha Myers (Dancer) in the cast. Nikos Psascharapoulos was artistic director and director. Will Steven Armstrong was scenery and lighting designer. Budd Hill was costume designer. Walter Lehman was composer. Martha Myers was also choreographer. George E. Mallonee was stage manager.
  • (August 18 to 22, 1959) His play, "Pygmalion," was performed in the Williamstown Theatre Festival production at the Adams Memorial Theatre Main Stage at William College in Williamstown, Massachusetts with Margaret Barker (Mrs. Higgins); Tom Clancy (Alfred Doolittle); John Cunningham (Henry Higgins); Ted D'Arms (Cockney Bystander); Evans Evans (Eliza Doolittle); Shirley Mowls (Mrs. Pearse); William O'Brien (Freddy Eynsford); George Ralph (Cockney Bystander); Rex Robbins (Colonel Pickering); B.J. Watt (Parlour Maid) and Ellen Weston (Clara Eynsford) in the cast. Nikos Psacharapoulos was artistic director. Frank Pacelli was director.
  • (July 5 to 13, 1963) His play, "Man and Superman," was performed in a Williamstown Theatre Festival production at Adams Memorial Theatre Main Stage at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts with Tom Brennan (Hector Malone Sr.); Anthony Capodilupo (Straker); Jill Clayburgh (Maid); Carolyn Coates (Mrs. Whitefield); Margaret Cowles (Violet); John Cunningham (John Tanner); Joyce Ebert (Ann Whitefield); Michael Ebert (Hector Malone Jr.); Janis Gelberth (Miss Ramsden); J. Robert Jennings (Octavius Robinson) and Louis Zorich (Roebuck Ramsden) in the cast. Robert E. Darling was scenic designer. James F. Gohl was costume designer. Peter Hunt was lighting designer. Nikos Psacharapoulos was artistic director and director. Frank Geraci was stage manager.
  • (July 2 to 10, 1965) His play, "Arms and the Man," was performed in the Williamstown Theatre Festival production at the Adams Memorial Theatre Main Stage at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts with Reathel Bean (Officer); Tony Capodilupo (Petkoff); Roger Hendricks Simon (Officer); Frank Langella (Bluntchili); William Ndini (Nicola); Rex Robbins (Sergius); Janet Sarno (Catherine); Barbette Tweed (Louka); Moira Wylie(Raina) in the cast. Nikos Psacharapoulos was artistic director and director. Will Steven Armstrong was scenery designer. D. Hudson Sheffield was costume designer. Peter Hunt was lighting designer. Tom Bissinger was stage manager.
  • (August 8 to 12, 1967) His play, "St. Joan," was performed was performed in the Williamstown Theatre Festival production at the Adams Memorial Theatre Main Stage at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts with Ward Abronski (Man, Monk); David Ackroyd (Bertrand De Poulengy, Brother Martin Ladvenu); Tony Beukas (D'Estivet); Ann Bookman (Lady); Tom Brennan (De Courcelles); Dena Brown (Lady); Lad Brown (Monk); Billy Donovan (Court Page); Joyce Ebert (Joan); D.L. Eckleberger (English Soldier, Monk); Hugh Elder (Monk); William Hansen (Inquisitor); Addison Hall (Monk); Ralston Hill (Peter Cauchon); Marc Hoechstetter (Man, Monk); Allen Holzman (Man, Monk); Robert Ingham (Gilles De Rais, 1920 gentleman); Tom Kalt (Warwick's page); Peter Klein (Monk); Steve Lavino (Man, English Soldier, Monk); Peter Magee (Steward, Monk); Thomas Mohler (Monk); Earl Montgomery (Archbishop of Reims); Austin Pendleton (The Dauphin); Philip Polito (Robert Baudricourt, Chaplain De Stogumber); Maggi Renzi (Dunois Page); Ellen Riorden (Lady); Jessie Sayre (Lady); Ronald Silver (La Tremouille, Executioner); David Smith (Monk); David Spielberg (La Hire, English Soldier); Barbette Tweed (The Duchess); Neil Vipond (Earl of Warwick); Lee Wallace (Dunois); in the cast. Nikos Psacharapoulos was artistic director and director. John Conklinw as set and costume designer. Peter Hunt was lighting designer. Mark Healy was stage manager. The production was dedicated to Noah Greenberg, Director of New York Pro-Musica Antiqua in New York City.

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