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1 A...My Name is Alice : "A New Musical Revue" conceived and directed by Joan Micklin Silver and Julianne Boyd (Originally produced by THE WOMAN'S PROJECT AT THE AMERICAN PLACE THEATRE) with material by Calvin Alexander, David Crane, Carol Hall, Cheryl Hardwick, Winnie Holtzman, Doug Katsaros, Anne Meara, Susan Rice, Lucy Simon, Steve Tesich, David Zippel, etc. Produced in 1984 at the Top of the Gate (The Village Gate, NYC) starring Roo Brown, Randy Graff, Mary Gordon Murray, Alaina Reed and Charlaine Woodard. Choreographed by Edward Love. Songs include: "All Girl Band," "At My Age," "For Women Only Poems," "I Sure Like the Boys," "Demigod," "Pay Them No Mind," "Emily the M.B.A.," "Sisters,," "The French Song," etc.
1 Aaron Slick From Punkin' Crick : Musical produced by the Pirate Playhouse (14th Season - no date), Sanibel Island, Florida. The playwright is Beale Cormack with music by the director and star, Philip Hunter.The play also stars Broadway actress and Pirate Playhouse founder (with her husband, Philip), Ruth Hunter.Songs include: "I Was Born in Oklahomy," "I'm Aaron Slick," "My Sweetheart's the Man in the Moon," etc.
1 Abasheli : Musical production presented by the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre - Durban Arts Association at the University of Natal, Durban, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa (December 2, 1986). The playwrights are Tiki Nxumalo and Lindani Khaba with the S' Thembewena Youth Group. Directed by Pieter Scholtz.
1 Abe Lincoln in Illinois : The 1939 Pulitzer Prize winning play by Robert E. Sherwood is represented by the original production starring Raymond Massey and various amateur and professional presentations.
1 Abelard and Heloise : The original 1970 London production by Ronald Millar (inspired by "Peter Abelard" by Helen Waddell) starred Diana Rigg (Co-star of television's "The Avengers") and Keith Michell. The Broadway production, with Rigg and Michell, premiered on March 10, 1971. The play is also represented by two subsequent London productions.
1 Abie's Irish Rose : The record breaking Broadway comedy, by Anne Nichols, premiered on May 23, 1922. The various productions represented include performances directed by and starring Anne Nichols.
1 About Town and The Great Decide : Lew Fields (Of the comedy team, "Weber and Fields") and His All-Star Company (including Blanche Ring and Vernon Castle) appear in this 1906 Lew Fields' Herald Square Theatre production. The book and lyrics for "About Town" were by Joseph Herbert with music by Melville Ellis, Raymond Hubbell, Victor Herbert (Portrayed by Walter Connolly in the 1939 biopic, "The Great Victor Herbert"), A. Baldwin Sloane and Gustav Kerker. "The Great Decide" was "A Burlesque of William Vaughn Moody's Drama of the Southwest - The Great Divide" starring Margaret Anglin and Henry Miller which was playing at the Princess Theatre on Broadway in 1906. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Songs include: "The Piccadilly Crawl," "When Tommy Atkins Marries Dolly Gray," "Dinner Time," etc.
1 Abraham Cochrane : "A New Play" by John Sherry. Produced by Walter Fried and Helen Jacobson at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1964) starring Bill Travers (Most famous as the star of the film, "Born Free"), Ann Harding, Nancy Wickwire, Olympia Dukakis, etc.
1 Abraham Lincoln : Book by John Drinkwater. The original production premiered in 1919 with Frank McGlynn as Lincoln. John Ireland starred in a 1958 John Drew Theatre (East Hampton, Long Island) production.
1 Abroad and At Home : A "New Comic Opera" (in Three Acts) produced at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden (Nov. 19, 1796) with music composed by "Mr. Shield". The second production, represented, was also presented at Theatre Royal, Covent Garden on January 11, 1800.
1 Absence of a Cello, The : The 1964 comedy, by Ira Wallach starred Fred Clark, Ruth White, Murray Hamilton, Mala Powers and Ruth McDevitt. A 1966 production starred Hans Conried and Ruth McDevitt. A 1969 Gainesville (Florida) Little Theatre Production is also included.
1 Absent Father : The play, written by Francis De Witt, premiered at the Vanderbilt Theatre (NYC) on October 17, 1932 starring Joseph Cotton, Kathryn Givney and Clyde Fillmore. Directed by Lionel Bevans.
1 Absent Friends : A comedy written by Alan Ayckbourn starring Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson (No date - Kennedy Center), John Mahoney and Laurie Metcalf (1980 - Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Chicago), Richard Briers and Cheryl Kennedy (1975 - Garrick Theatre, London) and Nona Manning and Jeffrey Kramer (No date - The Theatre, Los Angeles).
1 Absolutely San Francisco : "A Musical Trip" by Anne Doherty produced at the Phoenix Theatre in San Francisco (2010) starring Karen Hirst. "Lost your heart in San Francisco? Pick it up at ABSOLUTELY SAN FRANCISCO. Join our favorite 1960's casualty 'Sunshine the Homeless Lady' as she takes a musical comedy 'trip' about life, love and the San Francisco experience. The funny and heartfelt one-woman show is a spin-off of the 2006 hit...Love the city...Love its people...Love the show!"
1 Absurd Person Singular : Book by Alan Ayckbourn. Various productions starring Sandy Dennis, Richard Kiley, Geraldine Page, Eve Arden, Larry Blyden (The second full-time host of the television game show, "What's My Line?"), Stockard Channing, Patrick MacNee, Sheila MacRae (Wife of Gordon MacRae), Rosemary Prinz, Barbara Britton, Richard Briers, Sheila Hancock, Angela Scoular, Peter Blythe, Paul Eddington, Fenella Fielding, Marty Cruickshank, Paul Shelley, etc.
1 Accent On Youth : Romantic Comedy written by Samson Raphaelson. Various productions starring Sylvia Sidney (Wife of Bennett Cerf), Luther Adler, Kevin McCarthy, Rosemary Ames, George Coulouris, Otto Kruger, James Gregory, Constance Cummings, Joseph Cotton, Elizabeth Cerf, Ricardo Montalban, David Hyde Pierce, Lisa Banes, Curt Bouril, David Furr, Mary Catherine Garrison, Byron Jennings, Charles Kimbrough, John Wernke, Rosie Benton, Ross Bickell, Cynthia Darlow, Jack Koenig, Karen Walsh, etc.
1 Accidental Death of an Anarchist : "An Explosive Comedy" written by Dario Fo (Based on a literal translation by Suzanne Cowan with editing by Ron Jenkins and Joel Schechter). Various productions (1980 89) starring Gavin Muir, Sullivan Brown, Ted Rooney, Brian George Morgan, Michael F. Toner, Walter Flanagan, Lisa Litman, etc.
1 Accomplice : Comedy thriller written by Rupert Holmes (Most famous as the composer and performer of the 1979 number one pop hit, "The Pina Colada Song (Escape)". Produced at the Richard Rodgers Theatre (NYC - 1990) starring Jason Alexander (Seinfeld," etc) and Michael McKean (Co-star of television's "Laverne and Shirley"). Also included, a Hippodrome State Theatre (Gainesville, Florida) production (no date).
1 Accounting fro Love : "La Belle Aventure" by Robert deFlers, G.A. Caillvet and M. Etienne Rey. English adaptation by Henry Hewes. 1955 Hamlet Street Theatre (Pittsburgh, PA) production starring Mariana Boes and Virginia Gannon.
1 Accused : A Play in Three Acts by Brieux (1925-26) starring E.H.Sothern
1 Ace of Clubs : A New Musical Play by Noel Coward (1950). Starring Pat Kirkwood and Graham Payn. Directed by Noel Coward (Portrayed by Daniel Massey in the 1968 biopic, "Star"). Songs include: "Something About a Sailor," "Sail Away," "Would You Stick a Pin in My Balloon," "My Kind of Man," etc.
1 Acquittal, The : A Drama in Three Acts by Rita Wieman (1920). Various productions (including George M. Cohan's production) starring William Harrigan, Ann Mason, Frank Wilcox, Robert Koch, Dorothy Holmes, Edward Harrigan, Frank Peck, etc.
1 Acropolis : Book by Robert E. Sherwood. Lyric Theatre (London production (No date) starring Raymond Massey (Father of Daniel Massey and Anna Massey), Gladys Cooper and Ian Hunter. Directed by Marc Connelly.
1 Across the Board on Tomorrow Morning : Two plays - "Across the Board" and "Talking to You" produced by the (William) Saroyan Theatre (1942) starring Canada Lee, Lois Bannerman, Lewis Charles, etc.
1 Across the Continent : Written and starring Oliver Doud Byron in his renowned Drama in Prologue and 3 Acts (No date).
1 Act, The : Musical Comedy written by George Furth (1978). Music by John Kander with lyrics by Fred Ebb. Starring Liza Minnelli, Barry Nelson (The first actor to play "James Bond"), Arnold Soboloff, Mark Goddard (Co-star of television's "Lost in Space"), etc. Directed by Martin Scorsese. Choreography by Ron Lewis. Songs include: "Shine It On," "City Lights," "Little Do They Know," etc.
1 Acting Shakespeare : Filed with Shakespeare Collection - see "Shakespeare Theatrical Tributes".
1 Action : Book by Sam Shepard. Produced by the Performing Arts Administration, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg direct from the Standard Bank National Arts Festival - Grahamstown '87. Directed by Gillian Glauber.
1 Actors Are Come, The : A variety show introduction to the work of the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School - May 23, 1949. Includes Act 1 of "Murder in the Cathedral," "The Red Velvet Goat," "We Are Not Amused," etc.
1 Actress and the Bishop, The : Book by Stewart Parker with music composed by Mike Khan. Presented by "Peacock Theatre Lunchtime," London (1977). Directed by Patrick Laffen.
1 Actress of All Work, The : Produced by the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh (June 29, 1832). 1 page herald/program also announcing "Mayerbee's Grand Opera of Robert le Diable called Robert The Devil or The Fiend Father" and "To conclude with, for the Only Time, an entirely New Monopologue, with a New Scene, Dresses, etc. called Stop Thief!".
1 Adam and Eva : "A Comedy of American Home Life by Guy Bolton and George Middleton". Various productions starring Berton Churchill, Otto Kruger, Mark Kent, Catherine Thompson, John Flood, Jean Shelby, etc.
1 Adam and the Experts : "A New Play" by Victor Bumbalo. Produced by the 3 Dollar Bill Theater at the Apple Corps Theatre, NYC (November 8- December 17, 1989) starring Joseph DiRocco, Benjamin Evett, John Finch, Susan Kaslow, John Michael Lander, Althea Lewis and John Seidman. Directed by Nicholas Deutsch. Music by Chris DeBlasio.
1 Adam The Creator : "A Comedy in Six Scenes and an Epilogue by Karel and Josef Capek". Presented by the Yale School of Drama (January 18, 1957) featuring Carrie Nye McGeoy (Wife of Dick Cavett). Directed by Robert Kalfin.
1 Adaptation : Book by Elaine May. Greenwich Mews Theatre (NYC) production (1970) starring Dick Yarmy, Phillip R. Allen, Richard Ramos and Stockard Channing presented with a second one-act play - "Next" by Terrence McNally with William Hickey and Patricia Fay. Both plays directed by Elaine May. The second presentation of both plays by the Theatre Atlanta Off Peachtree (No date).
1 Adding Machine, The : "The World-Famous Play by Elmer Rice". Various productions starring Margaret Hamilton (Most famous as "The Wicked Witch of the West" in the film "The Wizard of Oz"), Sam Jaffe (Most famous as "Gunga Din" on film and as the co-star of television's "Ben Casey"), Richard Weldon, Bernard Barrow (Co-star of television's "The Secret Storm"), Helen Westley, Margaret Wycherly (Most famous playing mother roles in "Sergeant York," White Heat," etc. on film), Howard da Silva, etc.
1 Adding Machine : A musical adaptation with book and lyrics by Jason Loewith and Joshua Schmidt (Based on the play "The Adding Machine" by Elmer Rice). Music by Joshua Schmidt. Produced at the Minetta Lane Theatre, NYC (July 5, 2008) starring Cyrilla Baer, Joel Hatch, Amy Warren, Joe Farrell, Nick Offerman, Niffer Clarke, Roger E. DeWitt, Adinah Alexander, Daniel Marcus, Randy Blair, Ariela Morgenstern, etc. Songs include: "In Numbers," "Something to Be Proud Of," "Ham and Eggs," I'd Rather Watch You," "Freedom," "The Music of the Machine," etc. Directed by David Cromer.
1 Adele : "A Musical Comedy in Three Acts". Book by Paul Herve. Music by Jean Briquet. English version prepared by Adolf Philipp and Edward A. Paulton. Various productions starring Hal Forde, Helen May, Walter Turner, John Park, etc. Songs include: "It's Love," "Honeymoon With You," "Strawberries and Cream," "When Little Birds Are Sleeping," etc.
1 Adelina Patti : "The Laughable Farce" presented at the New Opera House, Galesburg, Illinois (March 27, 1889) by Rentfrow's Musical Comedy Company with a variety bill including "The Jolly Pathfinders" and "the Two-Act Musical Comedy Oddity entitled Fun By Express"
1 Adelphi : Book by Terence. "A Translation by A.F. Burnet, M.A. And J.H. Haydon, M.A."
1 Admirable Bashville, The : Book by George Bernard Shaw. Various productions presented with Shaw's "The Dark Lady of the Sonnets" starring Frances Sternhagen, Edward Crowley, Robert Demster, Fred Eric, etc.
1 Admirable Crichton, The : "A Four-Act Fantasy by J.M. Barrie". Various productions starring H.B. Irving, Edward Fox, Rex Harrison, Walter Hamden, Fay Bainter, William Gillette, Lyn Harding, George Coulouris, Sydney Greenstreet, Estelle Winwood, etc.
1 Adonis : "A Perversion of Common Sense by William Gill" with "Original Music by Mr. Edward E. Rice". Various productions starring Henry E. Dixey. "Supported by the Efficient Organization - Rice and Dixey's Big Burlesque Company of Sixty Artists" (c.1886).
1 Adrea : "A Tragic Play by David Belasco and John Luther Long". The 1905 "Dramatic Event of the Seadon" starring Mrs. Leslie Carter ("The American Sarah Bernhardt").
1 Adrienne : Book and Lyrics by A. Seymour Brown from a story by Frances Bryant and Wm. Stone. Music by Albert Von Tilzer. The 1923 production starring Billy B. Van, Vivienne Segal, etc. Directed by Edgar J. McGregor. Songs include: "Live While You're Here," "Hindu Hop," "As Long As the Wife Don't Know," etc.
1 Adrienne Lecouvreur : "Scribe and Legouve's celebrated play in five acts". Various productions starring Sarah Bernhardt, Olga Nethersole, Frank Mills, Matilda Davis, Mabel McCoy, Jane Hading, etc.
1 Adventure of Lady Ursula, The : "An Original Comedy in Four acts by Anthony Hope". Various productions starring E. H. Sothern, Phyllis Neilson Terry, Montague Love, Roy Atwell, etc.
1 Adventurer, The : Book by Raffaele Calzini. English version by Brian Marlow. Messers. Shubert production (Stamford Theatre - March 14, 1927) starring Lionel Atwill, Tiah Devitt, etc. Directed by M.A. Atwill.
1 Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The : Adapted from the Mark Twain novel by the Organic Theater Company with music by Jonathan Pearthree. Presented by the Goodman Theatre of the Art Institute of Chicago (1985 - A Chicago Theatre Group, Inc. production). Starring John Cameron Mitchell, Meshach Taylor (Co-star of television's "Designing Women"), Eric Berg, etc. Directed by Stuart Gordon.
1 Adventures of Mr. Toad, The : Book, music and lyrics by Piers Chater-Robinson. Adapted from "The Wind in the Willows" by Kenneth Grahame. Presented at the Bristol Old Vic - Theatre Royal (1984).
1 Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search for God, The : Book by George Bernard Shaw. Adapted for the stage by Christopher Isherwood. Produced at the Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles) in 1969. Directed by Lamont Johnson. Starring Susan Batson, Kaye Dunham, etc.
1 Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The : "A Musical Comedy for Children". Book, lyrics and music by Sam L. Rosen. Presented at the Frederic Burk Auditorium (San Francisco) in November, 1957. Starring Grant Olson, Jerry Bradley, Eric Skinner, Doyle Newberry, etc. Songs include: "The Whitewashing Song," "I'm Old Enough," "Where, Oh Where," etc.
1 Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The : Book by Ken Ludwig (Based on the novel by Mark Twain). Music and lyrics by Don Schlitz. Produced at the Minskoff Theatre (NYC - 2001) starring Joshua Park, Jim Poulis, Kristen Bell, Linda Purl, John Dossett, Jane Connell, Tom Aldredge, Kevin Serge Durand, John Christopher Jones, Tommy Hollis, Richard Poe, Marshall Pailet, etc. Directed by Scott Ellis. Choreographed by David Marques. Songs include: "Here's My Plan," "Smart Like That," "The Vow," "Hey, Tom Sawyer," "Ain't Life Fine," "You Can't Dance," "Angels Lost," "Light," etc.
1 Advertisement, The : Book by Natalia Ginzburg. Translated by Henry Reed. Produced at the National Theatre (London) starring Joan Plowright (Wife of Laurence Olivier), Edward Petherbridge, etc. (No date)
1 Advise and Consent : "A Play by Loring Mandel - Based on the Pulitzer Prize Novel by Allen Drury". Various productions starring Ed Begley, Richard Kiley, Chester Morris, Henry Jones, Kevin McCarthy, Barnard Hughes, Otto Kruger, Farley Granger, etc.
1 Advocate, The : Book by Robert Noah. Premiere performance October 14, 1963 at the ANTA THEATRE (NYC) starring James Daly (Father of Tyne Daly and Tim Daly), Paul Stevens, Barnard Hughes, Dolph Sweet (Co - star of television's "Gimme a Break"), etc. Directed by Howard Da Silva.
1 Aero Club, The : "A new comedy by Sidney Rosenfeld" Produced at the Park Theatre (Boston) the week of January 7, 1907 starring Lulu Glaser, Fritz Williams, Marion Abbott, etc.
1 Aeroplane Girl, The : Produced at the Norway Opera House (South Paris, Maine - No date) starring David Klain, Francis Carroll,etc.Directed by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Philbrook. Songs include: "Up in the Clouds," "Going Up," "The Varsity Drag," etc.
1 Affair, The : Book by Ronald Millar from the novel by C. P. Snow. Various productions starring Keith Baxter, Christopher Hewett, Elizabeth Hubbard, Kenneth Mars, Donald Moffat, Brenda Vaccaro, Alec Clunes, Dorothy Alison, etc.
1 Affair of Honor : "A New Comedy by Bill Hoffman". 1956 Theater Guild production directed by Norman Felton. Starring Dennis King, Betsy Palmer (Regular panelist on the television game show "I' ve Got a Secret"), Lin McCarthy, etc.
1 Affair of Honor, An : "Comic Piece" produced at the Theatre Royal - Dublin (1836). Other productions listed on the heralds include "The Lottery Ticket," "Semiramide," "Tancredi," etc.
1 Affairs in a Tent : With "A Garden Fete" from Alan Ayckbourn's Intimate Exchanges Cycle. Presented at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre Royal (London - No date) starring Celia Teasdale, Christopher Ettridge, etc. Directed by Jude Kelly.
1 Affairs of Anatol, The : "A Sequence of Episodes by Arthur Schnitzler paraphrased in English by Granville Barker". Presented at the Little Theatre (NYC - No date) starring John Barrymore, Oswald Yorke, Doris Keane, etc. Directed by George Foster Platt.
1 Affairs of State (By M. Anthoni) : "A Romance by Maurice Anthoni". Formerly "An Affair of State," the title was changed as not to conflict with the title (different book) of a NYC production running at the same time (1934). This production was presented at the Pasadena Community Playhouse starring Dina Smirnova, Jerre, etc. Directed by Gilmor Brown and Thomas Brown Henry.
1 Affairs of State (By L. Verneuil) : "A Comedy by Louis Verneuil". Various productions starring Celeste Holm, Reginald Owen, Barbara O' Neil (Most famous as "Ellen O' Hara" in the film "Gone WIth The Wind"), Irene Hervey (Wife of Allan Jones. Mother of Jack Jones), Otto Kruger, Donald Woods, June Havoc (Sister of Gypsy Rose Lee. Portrayed as "Dainty June" in the stage and film productions of "Gypsy"), Harry Bannister, William Windom, Wesley Addy (Husband of Celeste Holm), Betty Furness, etc.
1 Afgar : "An Intimate Musical Extravaganza in Two Acts Founded on the French of Michel Carre and Andre Barde by Fred Thompson and Worton David. Lyrics by Douglas Furber. Music by Charles Cuvillier. U. S. Production (November, 1920) starring Alice Delysia, Lupino Lane (Uncle of Ida Lupino), etc. Directed by Frank Collins. Songs include: "Give the Devil His Due," "We're The Gentlemen of the Harem," "Rose of Seville," etc.
1 Afore Night Come : Book by David Rudkin. Various productions starring David Warner, Peter McEnery, Henry Moxin, David Huffman, Frank Converse (Co - star of television's "N.Y.P.D.," "Coronet Blue," etc.), etc.
1 African King, An : "A Thrilling and Interesting Story Laid in Africa During the Opening of the British-Boar War Written by Madeline Merli and Cha. E. Blaney". Presented at the Star Theatre (NYC - November, 1900) starring J.K. Hutchinson, Laurens Hascall, etc. Directed by Fred Lotto.
1 Africans, The : "A New Asiatic Melo Drama" Presented at Richardson's Theatre (London - c.1850).
1 After All : "A New Comedy by John Van Druten". Various productions starring Helen Haye, Walter Kingsford, Humphrey Bogart, Lillian Braithwaite, Celia Johnson, etc.
1 After Dark : "The Great Spectacular Drama by Dion Boucicault". Various adaptations and productions starring Charles. Barron, Vivi Belasco, Joseph Thayer, etc.
1 After Haggerty : Book by David Mercer. Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Criterion Theater ( London - 1971) starring Frank Finlay, Billie Whitelaw, etc. Directed by David Jones.
1 After Office Hours : "A Play in Three Acts by Roy Foster". Produced at the American Theatre (NYC - 1917) starring Charles H. Stevens, Florence Burroughs, William Sexton, etc. Directed by James W. Castle.
1 After-Play : Book by Anne Meara (Of the comedy team, "Stiller and Meara". Mother of Ben Stiller.). Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami, FL - 1998) starring Barbara Andres, Marilyn Chris, Lee Wallace, etc. Directed by Arthur Storch.
1 After the Ball : "A Musical Play" by Noel Coward (Portrayed by Daniel Masssey in the 1968 biopic, "Star"). Based on Oscar Wilde's "Lady Windermere's Fan". Various productions starring Peter Graves, Irene Brown, Graham Payn, etc. Songs include: "Sweet Day," "London At Night," "Oh, What A Century It's Been," etc.
1 After the Dance : Book by Terence Rattigan. Produced at the New Theatre, Oxford (1939) starring Gordon Court, Anne Firth, Viola Lyel, etc. Produced by Michael Macowan.
1 After the Fall : Book by Arthur Miller. Various productions starring Charles Aidman, Judi West, Jason Robards, Jr, Barbara Loden, Ralph Meeker, Hal Holbrook, David Wayne, James Greene, Cindy Williams, Stephen Pearlman, Rudy Bond, Sylvia Gassell, Linda Geiser, David Spielberg, Robert Baines, Heather MacKenzie, David Canary, William Callan, Ruth Tobin, etc.
1 After the Rain : Book by John Bowen. Produced at the John Golden Theatre (NYC - 1967) starring Alec McCowen, Nancy Marchand (Co-star of television's "Lou Grant," "The Sopranos," etc.), Paul Sparer, etc. Directed by Vivian Matalon.
1 After You, Mr. Hyde : Book by Lee Thuna. Music by Norman Sachs. Lyrics by Mel Mandel. Presented at the National Lyric Arts Theatre (East Haddam CT - 1968) starring Alfred Drake, Nancy Dussault, Christopher Hewett, etc. Directed by Howard Da Silva.
1 Afternoon Men : Book by Riccardo Aragno from the novel by Anthony Powell. Presented at the New Arts Theatre Club (London - 1963) starring James Fox, Jeremy Kemp, Alan Howard, etc. Directed by Roger Graef.
1 Agamemnon : By Aeschylus. Various productions.
1 Age of Innocence, The : "A Dramatization of Edith Wharton's Novel of the Same Title by Margaret Ayer Barnes". Various productions starring Katherine Cornell, Ian Wolfe, Jean Howard, Franchot Tone, Helen Gahagan (U.S. Congresswoman and wife of Melvyn Douglas.), Charles Coburn, etc.
1 Aged 26 : Book by Anne Crawford Flexner. Presented at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1936) starring Robert Harris, Linda Watkins, Kenneth MacKenna, etc. Directed by Harry Wagstaff Gribble.
1 Agee : "An Evening With James Agee" Arranged by David McDowell. Music by Robert Dennis. Presented at the Theatre De Lys (NYC - 1969) starring Stephen Joyce, Marian Seldes and Michael Tolan. Directed by Paul Leaf.
1 Ages of Man : Filed with Shakespeare Collection - see "Shakespeare Theatrical Tributes".
1 Agnes : "A New Four-Act Drama by George Cameron". Produced at the Majestic Theatre (NYC - 1908) starring Nance O' Neil, Adeline Stanhope Wheatcroft, Percy F. Ames, etc. Directed by McKee Rankin
1 Agnes of God : Book by John Pielmeier. Various productions starring Elizabeth Ashley, Geraldine Page, Diahann Carrol, Amanda Plummer (Daughter of Christopher Plummer and Tammy Grimes), Lily Knight, etc.
2 Ah, Wilderness : Book by Eugene O'Neill. Various productions starring Richard Kiley, Barbara Bel Geddes, Sam Bottoms, Scott McKay, Taylor Holmes, Robert Prosky, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Linda Hunt, Swoozie Kurtz, Paul Rudd, Teresa Wright, George M. Cohan, Jean Adair (Most famous as the co-star of "Arsenic and Old Lace" on stage and film), Elisha Cook, Jr.(Most famous as "Wilmer Cook" in the 1941 film, "The Maltese Falcon"), etc.
2 Aida : Book by Linda Woolverton and Robert Falls and David Henry Hwang - Suggested by the opera. Music by Elton John, Lyrics by Tim Rice. Various productions starring Will Chase, Mandy Gonzalaz, Saycon Sengbloh, Montego Glover, Brad Anderson, Adam Pascal, etc. Songs include: "Every Story is a Love Story," "A Step Too Far," "How I Know You," "Elaborate Lives," etc.
2 Aiglon, Le : "A Drama in Five Acts by Edmond Rostand. Various productions starring Maude Adams, George Irving, Sarah Bernhardt, Eva Le Gallienne, Florida Friebus (Co -star of television's "The Many Loves of Dobie Gilis," The Bob Newhart Show," etc), Ethel Barrymore, etc.
2 Aimer To Love : Book by Paul Geraldy - translated by Grace George. October, 1922 production starring Grace George, Norman Trevor and Robert Warwick. Play produced by Grace George.
2 Ain't Broadway Grand : "A Brand New 1948 Comedy" by Thomas Meehan and Lee Adams. Music by Mitch Leigh (Also famous as the composer of the "Nobody Doesn't Like Sara Lee" commercial jingle.). Lyrics by Lee Adams. Presented at the Lunt-Fontaine Theatre (NYC - Opening Night: April 18, 1993) starring Mike Burstyn as "Mike Todd," Debbie Shapiro Gravitte as "Gypsy Rose Lee," Maureen McNamara as "Joan Blondell" and Gerry Vichi as "Bobby Clark". Directed by Scott Harris. Choreography by Randy Skinner. Songs include: "Ain't Broadway Grand," "The Theatre, The Theatre," "Lindy's," You're My Star," etc.
2 Ain't Misbehavin' : "The New Fats Waller Musical Show" based on an idea by Murray Horwitz and Richard Maltby, Jr". Various productions starring Nell Carter, Debbie Allen, Armelia McQueen, Ken Page, Avery Sommers, Alan Weeks, The 5th Dimension, Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, E. Faye Butler, Patti Austin, Luther Henderson, Leah Bass, Teresa Bowers, Andre De Shields, The Pointer Sisters, etc. Songs include: "Honeysuckle Rose," "The Jitterbug Waltz," "The Joint is Jumpin' ," Mean to Me," etc.
2 Ain't Supposed To Die A Natural Death : "Tunes of Blackness". Book, words and music by Melvin Van Peebles. Ambassador Theatre production (NYC - 1972) starring Arthur French, Garrett Morris (Original member of the "Not Ready For Prime Time Players" on television's "Saturday Night Live"), Gloria Edwards, etc. Directed by Gilbert Moses.
2 Air, Earth and Water : Herald (1821) promoting the appearance of "Mr. Mathews" who "will have the honour to attempt a description of his travels" at the Theatre Royal, English Opera House, Strand.
2 Airs On A Shoestring : "Successor to "Penny Plain". A "New Revue" by Laurier Lister presented at the Royal Court Theatre (London - 1953) starring Max Adrian, Moyra Fraser, Sally Rogers and Betty Marsden. Directed by Alfred Rodrigues. Songs include: "The Model Models," "Snowman," "Jamaican Rumba," "Seven Ages," etc.
2 Airways, Inc. : Book by John Dos Passos. New Playwrights Theatre production (NYC - 1928-29) starring Jacob Sandler, Charles Kuhn, Edith Meiser, etc. Directed by Edward Massey.
2 Alabama : "The American Play" by Augustus Thomas, Esq. Various productions (1982-84) starring Maurice Barrymore, Edward Bell, Agnes Booth, George Fawcett, etc.
2 Aladdin : Various productions by John Moffatt and unidentified playwrights starring Ann Hamilton, Marie Williams, Miss C. Thompson, Aithna Gover, Cathie Ferguson, Frank G. Fort, Violet Hope, Donald MacKay, Phyllis Whitney, Conway Dixon, Netta Lynde, Alex Stewart, Walter Hume, etc. Songs include: "Let's Peek at Old Pekin," "The Good Old Times," "When the Sun Says Good Morning," etc.
2 Aladdin, Jr : "A Tale of a Wonderful Lamp...invented, devised and presented under the sole direction of David Henderson". Music by W. H. Batchelor and Jesse Williams. Libretto by Mr. J. Cheever Goodwin. Produced at the Castle Square Theatre (Boston - February, 1895) starring Anna Boyd, Frankie M. Raymond, etc.
2 Alarm Clock : Book by Zhao Yaomin. Produced by Pen, Paint and Pretzels and Tufts Balch Arena Theatre (Medford, MA - 2008). Directed by Claire Conceison.
2 Alarm Clock, The : "A Comedy in Three Acts" by Avery Hopwood. Produced at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse - 1925) starring Frank Wilcox, Dorothy Holmes, etc. Directed by Halbert Brown.
2 Album : "A New Comedy" by David Rimmer. Produced at the Cherry Lane Theatre (NYC - 1980) starring Kevin Bacon, Keith Gordon, etc. Directed by Joan Micklin Silver
2 Alcestis : "A Greek Play" by B.J.R. Stolper. Produced at the Lincoln School of Teachers College (1928) starring Linda Eder, Hugh McElheny, etc.
2 Alcestis Comes Back : "A Mythology in 3 Acts" by Artur Marya Swinarski. Adapted by Anthony Patric Smith. Produced at the Mermaid Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Byrne Piven (Father of Jeremy Piven), Geraldine Hanning, Edgar Daniels, Lidia Prochnicka, etc. Also presented on the same bill: At Sea by Slawomir Mrozek.
2 Alchemist, The : Book by Ben Jonson. Various productions starring Ralph Richardson, Alec Guinness, George Rose, Margaret Leighton, Norman Rossington (Most famous as "Norm" in the film "A Hard Day's Night"), Jose Ferrer, George Coulouris, Ezra Stone (Star of the "Henry Aldrich" series on radio), Cedric Hardwicke, Frank Langella, Philip Bosco, Lee Goodman, Stacy Keach, Aline MacMahon, Rod Steiger, etc.
2 Alfie : "A New Play" by Bill Naughton. Various productions starring Terence Stamp, John Neville, Glenda Jackson, Juliet Mills (Daughter of John Mills. Sister of Hayley Mills. Star of television's "Nanny and the Professor," etc), George S. Irving, etc.
2 Alfilerazos : Book by D. Jacinto Benavente. Produced at the Teatro Espanol (Madrid - 1933-34) starring Enrique Borras, Margarita Xirgu, etc.
2 Alfred and Victoria: A Life : "An American Fable" by Donald Freed. Produced at the Wilma Theater ("An East Coast Premiere"), Philadelphia, PA (1989) starring Jack Davidson and Bridget Ryan. Directed by Blanka Zizka.
2 Alfred the Great : or "The Patriot King" by Sheridan Knowles. Various productions (1831-36) presented at the Theatre Royal, Dublin starring Sheridan Knowles.
2 Algeria : "Victor Herbert (Portrayed by Walter Connolly in the 1939 biopic, "The Great Victor Herbert") and Glen MacDonough's New Musical Play". Produced at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - October 1908) starring Harry Bulger, Harriet Burt, etc. Directed by George Marion. Songs include: "Love is Like a Cigarette," "Little Bird of Paradise," "He Was a Soldier, Too," etc.
2 Algerian, The : "A Comedy Opera in 3 Acts" suggested by Alphonse Daudet's "Tartarin of Tarascon". Music by Reginald de Koven. Book by Glen MacDonough. Produced at the Garden Theatre (NYC - October, 1893) starring Marie Tempest, Julius Steger, etc. Directed by Ben Teal.
2 Ali Baba : Various productions written by David Henderson, Patricke Ide, Mary Salisbury Cooke, etc. Starring Peter O'Toole, Edwin, Foy (Eddie Foy of "The Seven Little Foys". Portrayed by Bob Hope in the 1955 biopic, "The Seven Little Foys" and by Eddie Foy, Jr. in the 1942 biopic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy," in the 1944 biopic, "Wilson" and in the 1964 television special, "The Seven Little Foys".), etc.
2 Alias Jimmy Valentine : "The Great Detective Play" by Paul Armstrong. Various productions starring Ralph Kellard, H.B. Warner (Most famous as "Jesus Christ" in the silent film, "The King of Kings" and as "Mr. Gower" in the film, "It's a Wonderful Life".), Laurette Taylor, etc.
2 Alias The Deacon : Book by John B. Hymer and LeRoy Clemens. Various productions starring Berton Churchill, Leo Kennedy, Spring Byington (Star of television's "December Bride"), etc.
2 Alibi : Book by Michael Morton from a story by Agatha Christie. Produced at Theatre Royal, Haymarket (1928) starring Charles Laughton.
2 Alibi Bill : "An Elemental Play of the Underworld" by Joseph Byron Totten. Produced at the Garrick Theatre (St. Louis - Feb. 1913) starring Evelyn Booth, Joseph King, Neil Pratt, etc.
2 Alibi For A Judge : A Comedy by Felicity Douglas and Henry Cecil (in collaboration with Basil Dawson - from the Book by Henry Cecil). Produced at the Savoy Theatre (London - August, 1965) starring Andrew Cruickshank, Elvi Hale, John Arnatt and Frank Thornton. Directed by Hugh Goldie.
2 Alice : "A New Musical" conceived by Vinnette Carroll from the works of Lewis Carroll. Produced at the Forrest Theatre (Philadelphia - No date) starring Alice Ghostly, Paula Kelly, Hamilton Camp, Debbie Allen,,etc. Produced by Nike Nichols and Lewis Allen. Directed by Vinnette Carroll. Songs include: "Disco," "Everybody's Mad," "Workin For the Man," "Lobster Rock," etc.
2 Alice in Wonderland : Various adaptations and productions starring Bambi Linn, Eva Le Gallienne, Florida Friebus (Co-star of television's "The Many Loves of Dobie Gilliis," "The Bob Newhart Show," etc.), Mary Stuart Masterson, Kate Burton (Daughter of Richard Burton and Sybil Williams), David Ridge, Josephine Hutchinson (Wife of Staats Cotsworth,,etc.), Burgess Meredith, Whitner Bissell (Whit Bissell), Joseph Schildkraut, Howard Da Silva, William Windom, Julie Harris, Henry Jones, Eli Wallach, etc.
2 Alice of Old Vincennes : Book by Edward E. Rose from Maurice Thompson's novel. Produced by Charles Frohman (No date) starring Virginia Harned, Cecil De Mille, etc.
2 Alice Sit By The Fire : Book by James M. Barrie. Various productions starring Helen Hayes, Mary MacArthur (Daughter of Charles MacArthur and Helen Hayes. Brother of James MacArthur), John Williams (Co-star of "Dial M For Murder," "Midnight Lace," etc. on film. Co-star of "Family Affair," etc. on television), Laurette Taylor, Peg Entwistle (Most famous for her suicide leap from the "Hollywoodland" sign), Gladys Cooper, Taylor Holmes, Ethel Barrymore, John Barrymore (Portrayed by Errol Flynn in the 1958 biopic, "Too Much, Too Soon"), etc.
2 Alice Takats : "A Play in Three Acts" by Jose Rubin - adapted from the Hungarian of Dezso Szmory. Produced by the Federated Civic Theatre Association at the Greenwich Theatre (CT - Summer 1931) starring Douglas Dumbrille, Mary Kennedy, Sara Haden, etc. Directed by Jose Rubin.
2 Alice Through The Looking Glass : "A New Adaptation for the Stage" by James Reaney. Music by Keith Thomas. Produced at the Stratford Festival (Avon Theatre, Ontario, Canada - October, 1994) starring Sarah Polley. Directed by Marti Maraden.
2 Alice Underground : A musical adaptation of Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland" produced at the NADA Theatre, NYC (1994) with music by Janice Lowe and book and lyrics by Charles E. Drew. Billed with "Alice in Variation"- original works by K. Cosby, C.E. Drew, A. Lugo and M. Murphy and with "Juicyrella" by Maura Murphy.
2 Alien Corn : Book by Sidney Howard. Various productions (1933) starring Katherine Cornell, Siegfried Rumann, Luther Adler, etc. Directed by Guthrie McClintic (Husband of Katherine Cornell).
2 Aliens From The Commonwealth : Book by M. Carl Holman. Produced by the Yale University Division of Fine Arts - The Department of Drama (New Haven - No date) starring Bernard Barrow (Co-star of television's "The Secret Storm," etc), Marion Villani, Bayard Leary,etc. Directed by Frank McMullan.
2 Alison's House : Book by Susan Glaspel. Produced at the Ritz Theater (NYC - 1931) starring Florida Friebus (Co-star of television's "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis," "The Bob Newhart Show," etc), Leona Roberts, Herbert Rudley (Co-star of television's "The Mothers -In -Law," etc.), Josephine Hutchinson, Eva La Gallienne, Alma Kruger, Howard Da Silva, etc. Directed by Eva La Gallienne.
2 Alive and Kicking : "A New Musical Revue" with sketches by I.A. Diamond, Henry Morgan (Regular panelist on the televison game show, "I' ve Got a Secret"), Jerome Chodorov, Joseph Stein, Will Glickman, Mike Stuart, and Others. Music by Hal Borne, Irma Jurist and Sammy Fain. Lyrics by Paul Francis Webster and Ray Golden. Produced at the Winter Garden ( NYC - January, 1950) starring Jack Cole, David Burns, Jack Gilford, Carl Reiner, Gwen Verdon (Wife of Bob Fosse), Bobby Van, etc. Directed by Robert H. Gordon. Choreography by Jack Cole. "Pals of the Pentagon," "What A Delightful Day," "A World of Strangers," "Love It Hurts So Good," "Proponquity," etc.
2 All Aboard : "The Big Farcial Extravaganza Success" presented at Dunfee"s Comedy Theatre (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Baker and Fonda, Ida Orme, Tollie Bloodgood, etc.
2 All About Love (By George Axelrod) : "Romantic Vignette in Song and Dance" by George Axelrod and Max Wilk. Music and lyrics by Irvin Graham. "The Sweetest Story Ever Told On A Night Club Floor" was presented at the Versailles Club (NYC - No date) starring Carmen Torres, Constance Towers (Wife of John Gavin), Gena Rowlands (Wife of John Cassavettes), etc. Directed by George Hale.
2 All About Love (By Bruce Brighton) : "A New Comedy" by Bruce Brighton. Produced at the Drury Lane Theatre (Evergreen Park, Illinois - July 1958) starring Dennis Morgan, Wendy Barrie, Grace Valentine, Robert Lansing (Star of television's "12 O' Clock High"), etc. Directed by Ramsey Burch.
2 All About Steve : "Musings of an Ebony Queer" by Stephen Patterson. "A One Man Celebration of the Future as Made Possible by the Past" starring Stephen Patterson. Presented at the Grove Street Playhouse (NYC - No date). Directed by Kenneth Mitchell.
2 All American : Book by Mel Brooks. Music by Charles Strouse. Lyrics by Lee Adams. Presented at the Winter Garden (NYC - March, 1962) starring Ray Bolger, Eileen Herlie, Ron Husmann, Anita Gillette, Fritz Weaver, etc. Directed by Joshua Logan. Choreography by Danny Daniels. Songs include: "What A Country," "Once Upon A Time," "If I Were You," etc.
2 All Around Town : "A New Musical Revue" with sketches by Moey Schneider, Bud French, Abe Karp, John Rothschild, Art Paul and Bill Whiting. Music by Richard Miles. Lyrics by Larry Parke. Presented at the Barbizon-Plaza Theatre (NYC March, 1952) starring Charles Alby, Jerry Baker, Joye De Pomerance, Elsa Milner, etc. Directed by Larry Parke. Choreography by Peter Thomas and Larry Parke. Songs include: "Showtime U.S.A.," "Spring is My Beau," "Tavern On the Green," etc.
2 All Because of Agatha : Book by Jonathan Troy. Produced at the Call Board Theatre (Los Angeles - 1963-64) starring Edward Glenn, Sheila Wells, Thomas Ratican, etc. Directed by Fran Locker.
2 All Clear : "First Troop Carrier Command Presents The Army Air Forces Gay Musical Review" with "An All Star Soldier Cast". "Bowman Field's Laugh Riot" was presented at the Hanna Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio - No date).
2 All Fletcher's Fault : "A Play in Three Acts" by Mostyn T. Pigott - Suggested by Charles Reade's Short Story "Christie Johnstone". Produced at the Avenue Theatre (London - December, 1903) starring James Eskine, West Barnes, G.M. Graham, etc. Produced by Guy Waller.
2 All For All : Book by Norman Bruce - based on a play by Aaron Hoffman. Produced at the Hanna Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio - September, 1943) starring Jack Pearl (Most famous as radio's "Baron Munchhausen"), Harry Green, Lyle Bettger, Loring Smith, Flora Campbell, and Wyrley Birch. Directed by Harry Green.
2 All For Her : "An Original Drama in Three Acts" by Herman C. Merivale and Palgrave Simpson. Produced at the Broad Street Theatre (Philadelphia -1890) starring Mr. and Mrs Kendal (William Hunter and Madge Kendal), Seymour Hicks, J.E. Dodson, etc. Directed by Daniel Frohman.
2 All For Love : Sketch editor - Max Shulman. Music and lyrics by Allan Roberts and Lester Lee. Produced at the Mark Hellinger Theatre (NYC - January, 1949) starring Grace and Paul Hartman (Paul Hartman is most famous as "Emmett the Fix-It Man" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Mayberry RFD".), Bert Wheeler (Of the comedy team, "Wheeler and Woolsey"), Patricia Wymore (Wife of Errol Flynn), Milton Frome, Paul Reed, etc. Directed by Edward Reveaux. Choreography by Eric Victor. Songs include: "Why Can't It Happen Again," "My Heart's in the Middle of July," "It's A Living,"
2 All For the Ladies : Book and lyrics by Henry Blossom. Music by Alfred G. Robyn. Produced at the Lyric Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Sam Bernard, Stewart Baird, Louise Meyers, etc.
2 All God's Chillun Got Wings : Book by Eugene O'Neill. Produced at the Circle in the Square Theatre (NYC - 1974-75) starring Trish Van Devere (Wife of George C. Scott), Robert Christian, Minnie Gentry, etc. Directed by George C. Scott.
2 All Good Americans : A Comedy by Laura and S.J.Perelman. Produced at Henry Miller's Theatre (NYC - December, 1933) starring Hope Williams, Fred Keating, James Stewart, etc. Directed by Arthur Sircom.
2 All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten : Book by Robert Fulghum (Adapted and conceived by Ernest Zulia). Produced by the Ocala Civic Theatre (Ocala FL - 2008) starring Bill Duell, Randall Moring, J. Charles Bartosic, Celia Bills, Susan Moring and Ed Corneilson. Directed by Christine Attkinsson Perry.
2 All In Fun : Book by Virginia Faulkner and Everett Marcy. Music and lyrics by Baldwin Bergerson, June Sillman, John Rox, Irvin Graham, Will Irwin, Virginia Faulkner, Pembroke Davenport, and S. K. Russell. Produced at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - November, 1940) starring Phil Baker, Bill Robinson, Imogene Coca (Co-star of television's "Your Show of Shows"), Jerry Lester (Television's first late night host on "Broadway Open House" - the forerunner of "The Tonight Show"), Pert Kelton (Television's original "Alice Kramden" on the "The Honeymooners" starring Jackie Gleason), Ben Lessy, etc. Sketches directed by Edgar MacGregor. Choreography by Marjorie Fielding. Songs include: "Lazy Boy," "My Memories Started With You," My Heart's in the Box Office," "Where's the Boy I Saved For a Rainy Day," "Young Man WIth A Reefer," etc.
2 All In Good Faith : Book by Rody MacMillan. Produced by the Edinburgh Gateway Company at the Edinburgh International Festival (Edinburgh, Scotland - 1963) starring John Grieve, Marjorie Thomson, etc. Directed by Victor Carin.
2 All In Good Time : "A New Comedy" by Bill Naughton. Various productions starring Donald Wolfit, Marjorie Rhodes, Eugene Roche (Television's "Professional Dishwasher" on the commercials of the 1970s), Richard A. Dysart, Christopher Benjamin, Eithne Dunne, etc.
2 All In Love : "A New Musical Comedy" with Book and Lyrics by Bruce Geller based on Sheridan's "The Rivals". Music by Jacques Urbont. Produced at the Martinique Theatre (NYC - 1961) starring David Atkinson, Lee Cass, Gaylea Byrne, Dom de Luise, etc. Directed by Tom Brennan.
2 All In One : A 1955 evening of drama, dance and music at The Playhouse (NYC) beginning with a production of "Trouble in Tahiti" by Leonard Bernstein starring Alice Ghostley. Directed by David Brooks. A program of dance starring Paul Draper ended the first half of the program. The finale was a production of "27 Wagons Full of Cotton" by Tennessee Williams starring Maureen Stapleton, Myron McCormick and Felice Orlandi. Directed by Vincent J. Donehue. Songs include: "The Good Old Ways," "What Can It Be', "I Love a Fool," etc.
2 All In The Dark : "A New Farce in Two Acts" presented at the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh (February, 1832).
2 All In The Timing : Book by David Ives. Produced by the Primary Stages Company at the John Houseman Theatre (NYC, 1993-1994) starring Jason Graae, Philip Hoffman, Wendy Lawless, Ted Neustadt, Nancy Opel, Kathy Morath, etc. Directed by Jason McConnell Buzas. Original recorded music by Bruce Coughlin. One-act segments include: "Sure Thing"(1988), "Words, Words, Words" (1987), "The Universal Language" (1993), "Philip Glass Buys a Loaf of Bread" (1990), "The Philadelphia" (1992) and "Variations on the Death of Trotsky" (1991).
2 All In The Wrong : Various productions (London and Edinburgh - 1810-1837).
2 All Kinds Of Giants : Book and lyrics by Tom Whedon. Music by Sam Pottle. Presented at the Cricket Theatre (NYC - December, 1961) starring Claiborne Cary (Sister of Cloris Leachman), Ralph Purdum, etc. Directed by Peter Conlow.Songs include: "Paint Me A Rainbow," "Be Yourself," "My Star,"etc.
2 All My Own Work : Book by Romilly Cavan. Presented at the Theatre-Royal, Bristol (April, 1958) starring Mary Hinton, Robert Lang, etc. Directed by John Moody.
2 All My Sons : Book by Arthur Miller. Various productions starring Ed Begley, Arthur Kennedy, Karl Malden, Otto O. Stierle, Jr., Beth Merrill, John Forsythe, Sidney Blackmer, James Gregory, Ann Shepherd, David Waller, Dana Ivey, Eugene J. Carey, etc.
2 All Of A Sudden Peggy : "A Light Comedy in Three Acts" by Ernest Denny. Produced at various theatres (1914 - 15) starring Richard Gordon, Reginald Denny, Helen Dahl, Henry C. Smith, Grace R. Henry, etc. Directed by William H. Sams.
2 All On Account of Eliza : "A Comedy in Three Acts" by Leo Dietrichstein. Produced at the Colonial Theatre (Toledo, Ohio - September, 1905) starring Vaughan Glaser, Gus. C. Forbes, Lewis Stone (Most famous as "Judge Hardy" in the "Andy Hardy" film series), etc. Directed by David M. Hartford.
2 All Over : Book by Edward Albee. Produced at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1971) starring Jessica Tandy, Collen Dewhurst, George Voskovec, Madeleine Sherwood, Betty Field, etc. Directed by John Gielgud.
2 All Over Town (By Joseph Santley) : "A Musical Revue in Two Acts and Ten Scenes" by Joseph Santley. Music by Silvio Hein. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Presented at the Garrick Theatre (Chicago - July, 1915) starring Joseph Santley, Roy Atwell, Lillian Lee, etc. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Songs include: "The Land of the Midnight Sun," "My Moving Picture Girl," "The Parisian Trot," etc.
2 All Over Town (By Murray Schisgal) : "A New Play" by Murray Schisgal. Presented at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1975) starring Ron O' Neal, Thomas Toner, Jill Eikenberry, etc. Directed by Dustin Hoffman.
2 All Shook Up : Book by Joe DiPietro ("Inspired and featuring the songs of Elvis Presley"). Produced by Bill Hanney and Arianna Knapp at the North Shore Music Theatre (Beverly, Massachusetts - August 2012) starring Joyce DeWitt, Dara Hartman, Ryan Overberg, John Hillner, Paul Sabala, J.T. Turner, Coleen Sexton, Laquet Sharnell, Eric Hatch, Jannie Jones, etc. Directed by Russell Garrett and choreographed by Kiesha Lalama. Songs include: "Jailhouse Rock," Heartbreak Hotel," "Follow That Dream," "It's Now or Never," "Can't Help Falling in Love," "All Shook Up," "If I Can Dream," "Burning Love," etc.
2 All Summer Long : "A New Play" by Robert Anderson - adapted from a novel by Donald Wetzel. Presented at the Coronet Theater (NYC - September, 1954) starring John Kerr, Ed Begley, June Walker, John Randolph, Clay Hall, Carroll Baker,and Daniela Boni. Directed by Alan Schneider.
2 All That Glitters Is Not Gold : "The Splendid Serio-Comic Drama in Two Acts" presented at the Adelphi Theatre (Boston - November 1869) for the"Benefit of Alice Dunning" starring E. F. Thorne, A.D. Billings, Alice Dunning, etc. To be followed by the Lingard Sketches and concluding with the Great Burlesque "Orpheus and Eurydice" or "Pluto and The Magic Lyre".
2 All The Comforts Of Home : "The New Comedy-Farce by William Gillette". Various productions starring Henry Miller, Maud Adams, E. Mackey, Robert Hilliard, Frank E. Lamb, Wilson Melrose, Donald Meek, William McCready, Vaughan Glaser, Ralph Stuart, etc.
2 All The Great Books (Abridged) : Book by Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor. Produced by the "Reduced Shakespeare Company" at the Fort Mason Center (San Francisco - No date).
2 All The King's Horses : "A Romantic Musical" with book and lyrics by Frederick Herendeen. Music by Edward A. Horan. Presented at the Imperial Theatre (NYC - March, 1934) starring Guy Robertson, Nancy McCord, Bernard Granville, Russell Hicks, etc. Directed by Jose Ruben. ""The Hair of the Heir," "Nuts Over You," "I've Found A Song," etc.
2 All The King's Men : Book by Robert Penn Warren. Various productions starring Stanley Watt, Vic Tayback (Co-star of television's "Alice"), George Peppard, etc.
2 All The Living : Book by Hardie Albright - adapted from Victor R. Small's book "I Knew 3,000 Lunatics". Presented at the Fulton Theatre (NYC - May, 1938) starring Sanford Meisner, John Alexander (Most famous as "Uncle Teddy" in "Arsenic and Old Lace" on stage and film), Leif Erickson, Charles Dingle, etc. Directed by Lee Strasberg.
2 All The Queen's Men : Book by John Nassivera. Produced at the Ogunquit Playhouse (Maine - c.1979) starring Elilzabeth Ashley, Robert Burr, David Lansbury (Nephew of Angela Lansbury), etc. Directed by Edgar Lansbury (Brother of Angela Lansbury. Father of David Lansbury).
2 All The Rage! : "Farcial Comedy" by W. D. Eaton. Produced at the McVicker's Theatre (Chicago - 1881) starring Frank Hardenberdh, William Davidge, Laura Dainty, etc. Under the management of J. M. Hill.
2 All The Way From Texas : "A Romantic Tale of the Pioneer Past" by Willard Mack. Produced at the Stamford Theatre (1926) starring Willard Mack, Beth Merrill, etc. Directed by David Belasco.
3 All The Way Home : "A New Play by Tad Mosel". - Based on the Pulitzer Prize novel "A Death in the Family" by James Agee. Various productions starring Colleen Dewhurst, Arthur Hill (Television's "Owen Marshall - Counselor -at-Law"), Aline MacMahon, Lillian Gish, John Megna (Most famous as "Dill" in the film, "To Kill a Mockingbird"), Clifton James, Lynn Bari, Bill Irwin, Jeff Conaway, etc. "I'm My Own Encounter Group," "This Too Shall Pass," "Who Am I?"
3 All Things Bright and Beautiful : Book by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall. Produced by the Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre-Royal (October, 1962) starring Diana Hoddinott, Keith Barron, etc. Directed by Val May.
3 All Together Now : "A Musical Encounter in Two Acts" by Nagle Jackson, Jeffrey Tambor and Members of the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre Company. Music and lyrics by G. Wood. Produced by the Milwaukee Theatre Company (1972-73) starring Judith Light, Jeffrey Tambor, G. Wood, etc. Directed by Nagle Jackson.
3 All Under Heaven : Book by Dyke Garrison and Valerie Harper (Originally conceived by Tony Cacciotti). Produced by Tony Cacciotti at the Parker Playhouse (Ft. Lauderdale, FL - 1999) starring Valerie Harper. Directed by Rob Ruggiero.
3 All You Need Is One Good Break : Book by Arnold Manoff. Produced at the Mansfield Theatre ( NYC - February, 1950) starring John Berry, J. Edward Bromberg, Lee Grant, Gene Saks, etc. Directed by John Berry and J. Edward Bromberg.
3 All's Fair : Book by Rodgers and Hart (Portrayed by Tom Drake and Mickey Rooney in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Produced at the Shubert Theatre (Boston - May, 1942) starring Ray Bolger, Constance Moore, Ronald Graham (Television's "Mr. Dirt"), Benay Venuta (Wife of Armand Deutsch, Fred Clark, etc.), Vera-Ellen, etc. Directed by Joshua Logan and Robert Alton. Songs include: "The Boy I Left Behind Me," "Nobody's Heart Belongs to Me," "Wait Till You See Her," etc.
3 All's Well That Ends Well : Filed with "Shakespeare Collection" See title of play.
3 Allah Be Praised : Book and Lyrics by George Marion, Jr. Music by Don Walker and Baldwin Bergersen. Produced at Forrest Theater (Philadelphia - No date) starring Ned Sparks, Shirley Ross (Most famous for introducing the song "Thanks for the Memory" with Bob Hope in "The Big Broadcast of 1938"), Jack Albertson, Tom Powers, etc. Directed by Robert H. Gordon. Choreography by Jack Cole. Songs include: "What's New in New York," "Getting Oriental Over You," "Leaf in the Wind," etc.
3 Allegro : Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, II. Music by Richard Rodgers (Portrayed by Tom Drake in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Various productions starring Annamary Dickey, William Ching, Marijayne Maricle, William Diehl, Edward Platt (Most famous as the "Chief" on television's "Get Smart"), Roberta Jonay, Terry Saunders, Erik Rhodes, Stephan Bagardus, Christine Ebersole, Celeste Holm, etc. Songs include: "A Fellow Needs A Girl," "You Are Never Away," "The Gentleman is a Dope," etc.
3 Allergist's Wife, The : See - "Tale of the Allergist's Wife, The"
3 Allez-Oop! : "A Revue in Two Parts". Sketches by J. P. McEvoy. Music by Philip Charig and Richard Myers. Lyrics by Leo Robin. Presented at the Earl Carroll Theatre (NYC - September, 1927) starring Victor Moore, Charles Butterworth, Esther Howard, Madge Evans, Bobby Watson, etc. Directed by Carl Hemmer. Songs include: "All My LIfe," "Pull Yourself Together and Smile," "Doin' The Gorilla," etc.
3 Alligator Children : Book by James G. Richardson. Presented by Phoenix '78-'79 Staged Reding Productions at the Marymount Manhattan Theatre (1979). Directed by Robert Woodruff.
3 Alma, Where Do You Live : "A French Vaudeville by Paul Herve". Various productions and adaptations starring Wilbur Cox, Winifred Anglin, Frank Moulan, Frank Eilcox, etc.
3 Almanac : or "John Murray Anderson's Almanac" - "A Musical Harlequinade". The entire production devised and staged by John Murray Anderson. Music and lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross and Cy Coleman, Sheldon Harnick, Michael Grace, Joseph McCarthy, Henry Sullivan, and John Rox. Various productions (1953-54) starring Billy De Wolfe, Hermione Gingold, Harry Belafonte, Orson Bean (Regular panelist on the television game show "To Tell the Truth"), Carleton Carpenter, Alice Pearce, Polly Bergan, etc. Sketches directed by Cyril Ritchard. Dances and musical numbers directed by Donald Saddler. Songs include: "The Raft Song," "True," "If Every Month Were June," etc.
3 Almost An Eagle : Book by Michael Kimberley. Produced at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - December, 1982) starring James Whitmore, Neill Barry, John P. Navin, Jr., Scott Simon, and Jeffrey Marcus. Directed by Jacques Levy.
3 Almost Perfect Person, An : "A New Comedy by Judith Ross". Presented at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1977) starring Colleen Dewhurst, Rex Robbins, George Hearn and Gary Alexander Azerier. Directed by Zoe Caldwell.
3 Aloma Of The South Seas : "Drama that Fairly sweeps you off your feet!" by John B. Haymer and Leroy B. Clemens. Presented at the Walnut Street Theatre (Philadelphia - 1925) starring Lily Kerr, Ray Collins (Co-star of television's "Perry Mason"), Ethel Kenyon, etc. Directed by A.H. Van Buren.
3 Alone At Last : Filed with "Opera and Operetta Programs" by title.
3 Alone in London : "Famous English Melodramatic Success" by Cora Tanner. "With Magnificent Scenic Effects! ...and a Splendid Cast." Directed by H. Percy Meldon.
3 Along Came Ruth : "A Comedy by Holman Day - From the French of Fonson and Wicheler". Various productions starring Pierre Watkin, Helen Beresford, James Bradbury, Irene Fenwick, etc.
3 Along Fifth Avenue : "A New Musical Revue" with sketches by Charles Sherman and Nat Hiken. Music by Gordon Jenkins, Lyrics by Tom Adair. Presented at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - January, 1949) starring Nancy Walker, Hank Ladd, Carol Bruce, Joyce Mathews (Wife of Don Beddoe, Milton Berle, Billy Rose, etc.), Dick Bernie, George Irving, Jackie Gleason, Willie Howard, etc. Presented by Arthur Lesser. Choreography by Robert Sidney."Fifth Avenue," "Skyscraper Blues," "Mr. Rockefeller Builds His Dream House," etc.
3 Alpha Beta : "A New Drama by E. A. Whitehead". Presented at the Eastside Playhouse (NYC - No date) starring Laurence Luckinbill (Husband of Lucie Arnaz) and Kathryn Walker. Directed by John Berry.
3 Altar Boyz : Book by Kevin Del Aguila. Music and lyrics by Gary Adler and Michael Patrick Walker. Conceived by Marc Kessler and Ken Davenport. Produced at the Dodger Stages (NYC - 2005) staring Ryan Duncan, David Josefsberg, Andy Karl, Tyler Maynard, Scott Porter, Kevin Kern, Daniel Torres and Shadoe Stevens ("as the voice of G.O.D."). Directed by Stafford Arima. Choreographed by Christopher Gattelli. Songs include: "We Are the Altar Boyz," "Rhythm in Me," "Church Rulez," "The Miracle Song," "La Vida Eternal," "I Believe," etc.
3 Alter of Friendship, The : "A New Comedy in Four Acts by Madeleine Lucette Ryley". Various productions (c. 1905) starring John Mason, Henry Travers (Most famous as "Clarence the Angel" in the film, "It's a Wonderful Life"), Vaughan Glaser, Lewis Stone (Most famous as "Judge Hardy" in the "Andy Hardy" film series), etc.
3 Alvin Joslin : "The Greek Character Comedy" by C.L. Davis. Various productions (c.1890) starring Charles L. Davis, Louis Gossin, Frank Bowers, Raynore Briscoe, Dollie Thornton, etc.
3 Always... Patsy Cline : Book by Ted Swindley. Various productions (1998 - 2008) starring Marsha Benningfield, Cindy Owen, etc. Songs include: "Crazy," "Sweet Dreams," "Walkin' After Midnight," etc. Produced at the Hippodrome State Theatre (Gainesville, FL - 1998) directed by Mary Hausch and at the Ocala Civic Theatre (Ocala, FL - 2008) directed by Norm Small.
3 Always You : "A Musical Laugh" with book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Music by Herbert Stothart. Presented at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1921) starring Maggie Toohy, George Bingham, Russell Mack, Bernard Gorcey (Father of Leo Gorcey), etc. Directed by Arthur Hammerstein (Uncle of Oscar Hammerstein II). Songs include: "A Wonderful War," "Poussee Cafe," "Drifting," "Always You," etc.
3 Amadeus : Book by Peter Shaffer. Various productions starring Ian McKellen, Tim Curry, Jane Seymour, Daniel Davis, John Wood, John Pankow, Mark Hamill, Peter Firth, Richard O' Callaghan, Morag Hood, Simon Callow, Paul Scofield, Simon Callow, Paul Scofield, Bart Whiteman, Jeff Peters, Michael Millman, Sheira Venetianer, etc.
3 Amahl And The Night Visitors : Filed with "Opera and Operetta Programs" by title.
3 Amante Anglaise, Le : Book by Marguerite Duras. Presented by Le Treteau De Paris (NYC - Spring 1971 Tour) starring Madeleine Renaud, Claude Dauphin and Michael Lonsdale. Directed by Claude Regy.
3 Amateur Cracksman, The : "Entirely New and Original Comedy Drama" by Eugene Presbrey and E.W. Hornung. Produced at various theatres (No date) starring Kyre Bellew, E.M. Holland, Stanton Elliot, Frank Connor, Alfred James, Hattie Russell, Clara Blandick (Most famous as "Aunt Em" in the film "The Wizard of Oz"), Mignon Beranger, etc.
3 Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse, The : Book by Barre Lyndon. Various productions (c.1937) starring Cedric Hardwicke, Edward Fielding, Ralph Richardson, Eric Stanley, Charles Farrell, etc.
3 Amazing Grace (By Michale Cristofer) : Book by Michael Cristofer. Presented at the Theatre Four (NYC - March, 1998) starring Marsha Mason (Wife of Neil Simon), Stephen Bradbury, Bethel Leslie, etc. Directed by Edward Gilbert.
3 Amazing Grace (By Studs Terkel) : "A Striking and Original Tragi-Comedy by Studs Terkel". Presented at the Mendelssohn Theatre (Ann Arbor, Michigan - 1967) starring Cathleen Nesbitt and Victor Buono. Directed by Marcella Cisney.
3 Amazons, The : "A Comedy on Three Acts by Arthur Wing Pinero". Various productions (1894-1913) starring Billie Burke (Most famous as "Glinda the Good Witch" in the film "The Wizard of Oz". Wife of Florenz Ziegfeld. Portrayed by Myrna Loy in the 1936 biopic, "The Great Ziegfeld"), Arthur Fitzgerald, Shelley Hull, Fritz Williams, W. Herbert Adams, etc.
3 Ambassador : "A New Musical with book by Don Ettlinger and Ann Marie Barlow" - based on the Henry James novel "The Ambassadors". Music by Don Gohman. Lyrics by Hal Hackady. Presented at Her Majesty's Theatre (London - 1972) starring Howard Keel, Danielle Darrieux, Richard Heffer, Margaret Courtenay, etc. Directed by Stone Widney. Songs include: "All of My Life," "Surprise," "What Can You Do With A Nude," "You Can Tell A Lady By Her Hat," etc.
3 Ambassador, The : " A Comedy in Four Acts" by John Olivers Hobbes. Various productions (c. 1900) starring George Alexander, H. B. Irving, C. Aubrey Smith, John Mason, etc.
3 Amber Empress, The : "A Musical Play in Two Acts" with book and lyrics by Marcus C. Connelly. Music by Zoel Parenteau. Produced at the Colonial Theatre (Boston - August, 1916) starring Daisy Rivette, Frank Lalor, Andrew Higginson, etc. Directed George Marion. Songs include: "You're A Hero," "With Militant Stride," "Cannonading Eyes" etc.
3 Ambush : Book by Arthur Richman. Produced at the Belmont Theatre (NYC - December 1921) starring Florence Edridge, John Craig, Walter Abell, Jane Wheatley, Charles Ellis, etc. Directed by Robert Milton.
3 Ameer, The : "A New Comic Opera" by Frederic Ranken and Kirka La Shelle. Music by Victor Herbert (Portrayed by Walter Connolly in the 1939 biopic, "The Great Victor Herbert"). Presented at the Tremont Theatre (February 1900) starring Frank Daniels, Will Danforth, Mae Emmons, etc. Directed by John Stapleton.
3 Amen Corner, The : Book by James Baldwin. Various productions starring Bea Richards. "Mrs. Nat Cole Presents..." the 1965 production at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre starring Frank Silvera, Jaunita Moore, Isabell Sanford, Whitman Mayo (Most famous as "Grady" on televison's "Sanford and Son"), Esther Rolle (Star of television's "Good Times"), Rosanna Carter, Lenore Davis, Arthur French, etc.
3 America : "Grand Historical, Allegorical, and Mimic Spectacle" by Imre Kiralfy. Presented at The Auditorium (Chicago - April, 1893) starring Anna Russell, Louise Beaudet, Spencer Gracey, etc. Directed by Imre Kiralfy.
3 America : or "The Discovery of Columbus" by Frank Dumont. "The New Spectacular Burlesque" (No date) starring Florence Miller, Lulu Gould, Harry Lester, etc. Under the management of Abe Leavitt.
3 America Hurrah : Book by Jean-Claude van Itallie. Presented at the Pocket Theatre (NYC - July, 1967) starring Dorothy Lyman, John Carpenter, Shami Chaikin, etc. Directed by Jacques Levy and Joseph Chaikin.
3 America's Sweetheart : "A Musical Comedy" by Herbert Fields. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart.(Rodgers and Hart were portrayed by Tom Drake and Mickey Rooney in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Presented at the Broadhursst Theatre ( May 1931) starring Jack Whiting, Virginia Bruce, Al Downing, John Sheehan, etc. Directed by Monty Woolley (Portrayed himself in the 1945 biopic, "Night and Day" and was portrayed by Alan Corduner in the 2004 biopic, "De-Lovely"). Songs include: "How About It," "Innocent Chorus Girls of Yesterday," "You Ain't Got No Savoir Faire," etc.
3 American Buffalo : Book by David Mamet. Various productions starring Robert Duvall, Kenneth McMillan, John Savage, Larry Shue, Al Pacino, J.J. Johnston, Howard George, Gerald Richards, Francis Kane, Harvey Blanks, etc.
3 American Citizen, An : "An Original Comedy in Four Acts" by Madeleine Lucette Ryley. Various productions (1897-1900) starring Byron Douglas, Ernest Joy, N.C. Goodwin, Gordon Douglas, Estelle Mortimer, Maxine Elliott, etc.
3 American Clock, The : "A Mural for the Theatre" by Arthur Miller - inspired by Studs Terkel's "Hard Times". Produced at the Harold Clurman Theatre (Spoleto Festival, Charleston, SC - 1980) starring Fancine Beers, Joan Copeland, Robert Harper, John Randolph, J.T. Walsh, etc. Directed by Daniel Sullivan.
3 American Dream : A Trilogy by George O'Neil. Produced at the Guild Theatre (NYC - February, 1933) starring Lee Baker, Josephine Hull (Most famous as the co-star of "Arsenic and Old Lace" and "Harvey" on stage and film), Douglas Montgomery, Gale Sondergaard, Stanley Ridges, Helen Westley, Claude Rains, etc. Directed by Philip Moeller. Programs plus "ground plan" for stage set.
3 American Dream, The : "A Play in Seven Scenes by Edward Albee" plus a second play ("The Death of Bessie Smith," "The Zoo Story," "What Shall We Tell Caroline?," and "Dutchman").Various productions starring Jackie Coogan, Doris Dowling, Margaret Hamilton (Most famous as "The Wicked Witch of the West" in the film,"The Wizard of Oz"), Anne Chodoff, J. Robert Dietz, John C. Becher, Sudie Bond, Rita Barnes, Rae Allen Lee Richardson, etc.
3 American Duchess, An : "A New Comedy in Three Acts (founded on the French theme of Henri Lavedan) written expressly for the Lyceum Theatre (NYC)" by Clyde Fitch. Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (November, 1893) starring Herbert Kelcey, W.J. LeMoyne, Fritz Williams, etc. Directed by Fred Williams.
3 American Family, An : or "An Amerikaner Mishpokhe" by Sylvia Regan (Adapted by Miriam Kressyn). Produced by The Folksbiene Yiddish Theatre at Theatre Four (NYC - 2000) starring Sheila Rubell, Deana Barone, Spencer Chandler, Shira Flam, Mina Bern, etc. Directed by Eleanor Reissa.
3 American Gothic : Book by Victor Wolfson. Produced at the Circle in the Square (NYC - 1953) starring Jason Robards, Jr, James Greene, Jean Stapleton, etc. Directed by Jose Quintero.
3 American Hero, An : "The Beautiful Romantic Southern Comedy". Produced at the Deer Theatre (? - November, 1912) starring J.J. Bradley, Jack Condell, W. Miller, etc. "In addition to the above First-class Attraction will show our Usual Line of High-Class Pictures".
3 American Idea, The : "George M. Cohan's Musical Frivolity" Produced at the New York Theatre (NYC - November, 1908) starring "The Cohan and Harris Comedians" - George Beban, Trixie Friganza, Hugh Mack, etc.
3 American King, An : "The New Emotional Society Drama" by C.T. Dazey, Esq. Two productions (1882) starring James O'Neill (Father of Playwright, Eugene O' Neill), George A. Backus, C.H. Hopper, Fannie Mathias, etc.
3 American Landscape : Book by Elmer Rice. Produced at the Cort Theatre (NYC - December, 1938) starring George Macready, Donald Cook, Patricia Palmer, Charles Dingle, etc. Directed by Elmer Rice.
3 American Lord, The : "The Farcical Comedy" presented by Charles Frohman (March, 1906) starring Wm. H. Crane, John Nesbitt, Hilda Spong, etc.
3 American Plan, The : Book by Richard Greenberg. Produced by the Manhattan Theatre Club at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre (NYC - 2009) starring Kieran Campion, Austin Lysy, Brenda Pressley, Lily Rabe, Mercedes Ruehl, etc. Directed by David Grindley.
3 American Tragedy, An : Book by Patrick Kearney - from the Novel by Theodore Dreiser. Various productions starring Miriam Hopkins, Morgan Farley, Donn Cook, Helen Baxter, William Cagney (Brother of James Cagney), Genevieve Frizzell, etc.
3 American Vermillion : Book by Gary Copeland. Produced at the Magic Theatre of San Francisco (No date) starring John Nesci, Bruce Parry, Sheldon Penner, Ira Rubin and Bill Sweatman. Directed by Marc Jacobs.
3 American Way, The : "A Play in Two Acts" by George S. Kaufman (Portrayed by Jason Robards in the 1963 biopic, "Act One") and Moss Hart (Husband of Kitty Carlisle. Portrayed by George Hamilton in the 1963 biopic, "Act One"). Produced at the Center Theatre (NYC - July, 1939) starring Fredric March, Florence Eldridge (Wife of Fredric March), Sidney Stone, James McDonald, etc. Directed by George S. Kaufman.
3 American Widow, An : Book by Kellett Chambers. Produced at the Empire Theatre (Syracuse, NY - May, 1912) starring Ralph Kellard, Harry Redding, Elizabeth Dunne. Directed by Drew A. Morton.
3 American Wing : Book by Talbot Jennings. Produced by the Yale University School of the Fine Arts - The Department of Drama (New Haven - March, 1932) starring Frederick Burleigh, Cleland Davis, etc. Produced by George Pierce Baker.
3 Americana : "A Musical Revue by J. P. McEvoy". Music by Jay Gorney, Harold Arlen and Richard Meyers. Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. Dances staged by John Boyle and Charles Weidman. Various productions starring Phil Baker, Lloyd Nolan, Don Barclay, Charles Weidman and Dancers, The Doris Humphrey Dance Group, Lew Brice, Roy Atwell, Betty Compton (Wife of New York Mayor Jimmie Walker), Charles Butterworth, Frances Gershwin (Sister of George and Ira Gershwin), etc. Songs include: "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?," "Wouldja For A Big Red Apple?," "Whistling For A Kiss," etc.
3 Americans Abroad : "First Production on any Stage of a New and Original Comedy in Three Acts... written for the Lyceum Theatre by Victorian Sardou - English Adaptation by Abby Sage Richardson". Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - December, 1892) starring Herbert Kelcey, W. J. Lemoyne, Fritz Williams, May Robson, Charles W. King, etc. Directed by Fred Williams.
3 Americans In Paris, The : "A Stupendous Musical Production in Two Acts and Seven Scenes by Fred Irwin". Lyrics and Music by Joe Hollander. Produced at the Gayety Theatre (Hoboken, NJ - December, 1909) starring Florence Bennett, Evelyn Walker, Margaret Demarest, etc. Produced by Fred Irwin.
3 Among Stones And Other Debris : "A Workshop Production Written and Devised By the Cast" Produced at The University of Witwatersrand the (Johannesburg, South Africa - 1987 Standard Bank National Arts Festival: The Fringe) starring Brigid Schutz, Lara Foot, Jake Taylor, Dean Slotar, and Isobel Smook. Directed by Megan Willson.
3 Among Those Present : "The New Comedy -Drama" by Larry Evans, Walter Percival and George S. Kaufman (Portrayed by Jason Robards in the 1963 biopic, "Act One"). Produced at the Blackstone Theatre, Chicago and the Euclid Avenue Theatre, Cleveland (1918) starring H. B. Warner (Most famous as "Jesus Christ"in the silent film,"The King of Kings" and as "Mr. Gower"in the film "It's a Wonderful Life"), Sidney Tolar (The second non-Asian actor to portray "Charlie Chan" on film), Robert Barrat, etc. Directed by Frederick Stanhope.
3 Amorous Flea, The : Book by Jerry Devine - based on Molier's "School for Wives". Music and lyrics by Bruce Montgomery. Produced at the East 78th Street Playhouse, NYC and the Las Palmas Theater, Los Angeles (1963-64) starring Lew Parker, Imelda De Martin, Jack Fletcher, Frank Parker (Co-star of "Arthur Godfrey and Friends," etc), etc. Directed by Jerry Devine.
3 Amorous Prawn,The : "A Farcical Comedy by Anthony Kimmins". Produced at the Saville Theatre (London - 1960) starring Evely Laye, Walter Fitzgerald, Hugh McDermot, Jimmy Thompson, etc. Directed by Murray McDonald.
3 Amour Masque, Le : "Comedie Musicale en 3 Actes de Sacha Guitry" Music by M. Andre Messager. Produced in 1924 (?) starring Sacha Guitry, Louis Maurel, etc.
3 Amourette : A comedy by Clare Kummer. Produced at Henry Miller's Theatre (NYC - September, 1933) starring Mildred Natwick, Francesca Bruning, Byron McGrath, etc. Directed by Leo Bulgakov.
3 Amphitryon : Book by Moliere. Various productions and adaptations starring Madeleine Renaud, Jean-Louis Barrault, Phillip Bosco, Harold Gould (Co-star of television's "Rhoda"), James Patterson, etc.
3 Amphitryon 38 : Book by Jean Giraudoux - adapted by S.N. Behrman. Various productions starring Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne, Richard Whorf, Sidney Greenstreet, Peter O 'Toole, Elisabeth Bergner, etc.
3 Amy Robsart : "The Romantic Historical Drama" produced in Boston (February, 1892) starring Marie Wainwright, William Ingersoll, Sydney Booth, E.Y. Backus, etc. Directed by Julian Magnus.
3 Anastasia : Book by Marcelle Maurette - Adapted into English by Guy Bolten. Various productions starring Dolores Del Rio, Stephen Elliott, Lili Darvas, Eugenie Leontovich, Viveca Lindfors, David Lewis, Hurd Hatfield, Dolly Haas, Lydia Bruce, etc.
3 Anatol : Book by Arthur Schnitzler - "Playing Version by Granville Barker". Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - January, 1931) starring Joseph Schildkraut, Walter Connolly, Miriam Hopkins, Patricia Collinge, Anne Forrest, etc. Directed by Marc Connelly and Gabriel Beer-Hofmann.
3 Anatomist, The : Book by James Bridie. Produced at the Edinburgh International Festival - Gateway Theatre (1956) starring George Davies, Lennox Milne, Marillyn Gray, Etc. Produced by James Gibson.
3 Anatomy Of A Murder : "A New Play by Elihu Winer" - Based on the Novel by Robert Travers (World Premiere). Produced at the Mill Run Playhouse (Niles, Illinois - Mid 1960s) starring James Franciscus (Star of television's "Mr. Novak," etc).
3 And A Nightingale Sang : "A New Comedy by C.P. Taylor". Various productions starring Joan Allen, Gary Cole, John Mahoney, Laurie Metcalf, Gemma Jones, Arthur Blake, Roger Avon, etc.
3 And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little : Book by Paul Zindel. Various productions starring Julie Harris, Kim Hunter, Bill Macy (Original co-star of "Oh, Calcutta" on stage.Co-star of television's "Maude," etc), Estelle Parsons, Nancy Marchand (Co-star of television's "Marty," "Lou Grant," "The Sopranos," etc), Rae Allen, Sandy Dennis, Betty Garrett (Co-star of television's "All in the Family," "Laverne and Shirley," etc. Wife of Larry Parks.), etc.
3 And Now Goodbye : Book by Philip Howard - A Dramatization of the Novel of James Hilton. Produced at the Plymouth Theatre (Boston - No date) starring Philip Merivale, Marguerite Churchill, etc. Directed by Reginald Bach.
3 And So ad infinitum : or "The Insect Play" by the Brothers Capek - The authorized translation from the Czech by Paul Selver. Freely adapted for the English Stage by Nigel Playfair and Clifford Bax. A "Student Production" presented at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School - 1947) starring Arthur Sibley, John Dalby, Anne Salisbury, etc.
3 And So To Bed : "James B. Fagan's Production of His Own Comedy - Based on the Diary of Samuel Pepys". Various productions starring Eugenie Leontovich, Rollo Peters, Katherine Wick Kelly, Yvonne Arnaud, Walte Meade, Emlyn Williams, Walter Kingsford, Claude Rains, Mary Robson, etc.
3 And Stars Remain : "A New Comedy by Julius J and Philip G. Epstein" Produced at the Guild Theatre (NYC - October, 1936) starring Clifton Webb, Helen Gahagan (U.S. Congresswoman and wife of Melvyn Douglas), Mary Sargent, Charles Richman, etc. Directed by Philip Moeller.
3 And The World Goes Round : "The Kander and Ebb Musical". Conceived by Scott Ellis, Susan Stroman and David Thompson. Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Various productions (1992-2004) starring Joel Blum, Terry Burrell, Marcus Lovett, Marin Mazzie, Shelley Dickenson, Marin Mazzie, John Ruess, Jim Walton, Valerie Wright, Karen Ziemba, Kilty Reidy, Forrest Richards, Gayle Samuels, Elisabeth Van Duyne, Christopher Vettel, etc. Directed by Scott Ellis. Choreography by Susan Stroman. Songs include: "Yes," "Coffee in a Cardboard Cup," "My Coloring Book," "All That Jazz," "How Lucky Can You Get," "Ring Them Bells," "Maybe This Time," Cabaret," etc.
3 And Things That Go Bump In The Night : "A New Play by Terrence McNally". Produced at the Royale Theatre (NYC - May, 1965) starring Eileen Heckart, Robert Drivas, Susan Anspach, Clifton James, etc. Directed by Michael Cacoyannis.
3 And What, Give Up Show Biz? - ' 94 : "The New Musical Comedy Revue - With New Songs and Laughs 'Show Biz 94' Salutes (and Spoofs) The World of Entertainment - From Agnes to Zithers!". Produced at the Marines Memorial Theatre (San Francisco - 1994). Directed by Joseph Lillis.
4 Andersonville Trial, The : Book by Saul Levitt. Various productions (including the 1959 "Jose Ferrer production") starring George C. Scott, Albert Dekker, Herbert Berghof, Russell Hardie, Ian Keith, Robert Carroll, Robert Gerringer, Haywood Hale Broun (CBS sports commentator), James Greene, Frank Sutton ("Sergeant Carter" on television's "Gomer Pyle USMC"), Bert Katz, Leonard Kuras, Raymond Stough, Derek Steeley, Gerard Russo, Regino S. Montes, etc.
4 Andorra : Book by Max Frisch - English version by George Tabori. Various productions starring Horst Buchholz, Hugh Griffith, Irene Dailey, Clifton James, etc.
4 Andre Charlot's Revue of 1924 : Produced by the Selwyns (Times Square Theatre, March, 1924) with Sketches and Songs by Noel Coward (Portrayed by Daniel Massey in the 1968 biopic, "Star"), Eric Blore, Sissle and Blake, Dion Titheradge, Ivor Novello, etc. Starring Beatrice Lillie, Gertrude Lawrence (Portrayed by Julie Andrews in the 1968 biopic, "Star"), Jack Buchanan (Portrayed by Garrett Lewis in the 1968 biopic, "Star"), etc. Dances and ensembles staged by David Bennett. Songs include: "Parisian Pierrot," "Cigarette Land" "There's Life in the Old Girl Yet," etc.
4 Androcles And The Lion : Book by George Bernard Shaw. Various productions starring Eugene Cornelius, Audrey Larkin, Jack Larson (Most famous as "Jimmy Olsen" in television's "The Adventures of Superman"), Fred Eric, Claude Rains, Edward Sillward, O.P. Heggie, Henry Travers (Most famous as "Clarence the Angel" in the film "It's a Wonderful Life"), Reginald Owen, Tom Powers, Cedric Hardwicke, Ernest Truex, Frances Reid, Leon Ames, Marilyn Erskine, Mike Mazurki, etc.
4 Angel : "A New Musical" by Ketti Frings and Peter Udell (from Ketti Fring's Pulitzer Prize Winning Play "Look Homeward, Angel"). Music by Gary Geld. Lyrics by Peter Udell. Produced at the Minskoff Theatre (NYC - May 1978). Starring Frances Sternhagen, Fred Gwynne, Don Scardino, Joel Higgins, Leslie Ann Ray, Patricia Englund, Patti Allison, etc. Directed by Philip Rose. Choreography by Robert Tucker. Songs include: "Astoria Gloria," "Like The Eagles Fly," "I Got A Dream to Sleep On," etc.
4 Angel City : Book by Sam Shepard. Various productions starring Ron Silver, Paul Sand, Loren Pickford, Edward Winter, Stephen Lang, Christine Baranski, etc.
4 Angel Comes To Babylon, An : A Comedy by Friedrich Durrenmatt (Translated by William, McElwee). Produced by the Bristol Old Vic Company (Theatre Royal, Bristol - March 1963) starring Terrence Hardiman, Monica Evans, Colin Jeavons, etc. Directed by Val May.
4 Angel Face : The Three Act Musical Play by Harry B. Smith. Music by Victor Herbert. Lyrics by Robert B. Smith. Produced at the American Theatre (NYC - March 1920) starring Jack Donohue, John E. Young, Tyler Brooke, etc. Staged by George W. Lederer. Musical Numbers staged by Julian Alfred. Songs include: "A Man Should Have a Double When He's Single," "I Don't Want To Go Home," "If You Can Love Like You Can Dance," etc.
4 Angel In The House, The : "A Comedy in Three Acts" by Eden Phillpotts and McDonald Hastings. Produced at the Savoy Theatre (London - 1915) starring H.B. Irving, E. Holman Clark, Langhorne Burton, Lady Tree, etc. Directed by Holman Clark.
4 Angel In The Pawnshop : "A New Comedy" by A. B. Shiffrin. Produced at various theatres (1950-51) starring Eddie Dowling, Joan McCracken (Wife of Bob Fosse), Herbert Evers, Clark Willliams, etc. Directed by John Larson.
4 Angel In The Wings : "A New Intimate Musical Revue" with sketches by Hank Ladd, Ted Luce and The Hartmans. Music and Lyrics by Bob Hilliard and Carl Sigman. Produced at the Coronet Theatre (NYC - May 1948) starring Paul and Grace Hartman (Paul Hartman is now most famous as "Emmett the Fix-It Man" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Mayberry RFD"), Elaine Stritch, Hank Ladd, Johnny Barnes, Eugenie Baird, etc. Directed by John Kennedy. Choreography by Edward Noll. Songs include: "Long Green Blues," "Breezy," "Civilization," "Thousand Islands Song," "The Big Brass Band from Brazil," etc.
4 Angel Of Midnight : "A New Legend of Terror" Produced at various theatres (c.1872) starring Annie Senter, Harry Langdon, Mlle. Zoe ("The Cuban Sylph"), etc.
4 Angel Street : Book by Patrick Hamilton. Various productions starring Sylvia Sydney, Victor Jory (Most famous as "Jonas Wilkerson" in the film "Gone With the Wind"), Ernest Cossart, Vincent Price, Leo G. Carroll (Co-star of television's "The Man From U.N.C.L.E., etc), Judith Evelyn, Viola Keats, etc.
4 Angela : "A New Comedy" by Sumner Arthur Long. Produced at the Music Box Theatre (NYC - October 1969) starring Geraldine Page, Tom Ligon, Michaele Myers, Simon Oakland, etc. Directed by Jack Ragotzy.
4 Angela Is Twenty-Two : "Sinclair Lewis in his own play" (written in collaboration with Fay Wray). Produced at the Hanna Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio - January 1939) starring Barry Sullivan, Richard Kendrick, Mary Howes, Sinclair Lewis, etc. Directed by Harry Wagstaff Gribble.
4 Angels Fall : Book by Lanford Wilson. Produced at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - January 1983) starring Barnard Hughes, Fritz Weaver, Tanya Berezin, Danton Stone, etc. Directed by Marshall W. Mason.
4 Angels Have Been Sent To Me : "An Interactive Art Experience" by Jerri Allyn." With a Sound Composition" by Helen Thorington. Produced throughout NYC by Creative Time Citywide (1991).
4 Angels In America : Part 1: "Millennium Approaches" and Part 2: "Perestroika" by Tony Kushner. Various productions (1992 - 94) starring Pamela Burrell, Reg Flowers, Jonathan Hadary, Kathleen Chalfant, Marcia Gay Harden, Joe Mantello, Jeffrey Wright, Ron Leibman, Jeffrey King, Joe Mantello, Stephen Spinella, etc.
4 Angels of Anadarko : "A New Play" by Duke Marks and Herman Goldberg. Produced at the York Theatre (NYC - October 1962) starring Michael Kermoyan, Flora Campbell, Bob Gentry, Barbara Dana, etc. Directed by Albert Dekker.
4 Animal Crackers : "A New Musical Comedy" by George S. Kaufman (Portrayed by Jason Robards in the 1963 biopic, "Act One") and Morrie Ryskind. Lyrics and Music by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby (Portrayed by Fred Astaire and Red Skelton in the 1950 biopic, "Three Little Words"). Produced at the Forty-Fourth Street Theatre (NYC - March 1929) starring The Marx Brothers, Margaret Dumont, Arthur Lipson, Ivena Baker, etc. Directed by Oscar Eagle. Choreography by Russell E. Markert. Songs include: "Hooray for Captain Spaulding," "The Long Island Lowdown," "Watching the Clouds Roll By," etc.
4 Animal Kingdom, The : Book by Philip Barry. Various productions starring Leslie Howard, William Gargan, Lora Baxter, Ilka Chase, Karl Malden, Scott McKay, Kim Hunter, Nina Foch, etc.
4 Animals : "Three Comedies" ("The Beautiful Mariposa," "Louie and the Elephant" and "Sort of an Adventure") by Eddie Lawrence ("The Old Philospher"). Produced at the Princess Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Dan Frazer, Victor Argo, Barbara Erwin, etc. Directed by Eddie Lawrence.
4 Ankles Aweigh : "A New Musical Comedy" by Guy Bolten and Eddie Davis. Music by Sammy Fain. Lyrics by Dan Shapiro. Various productions (c.1955) starring Betty Kean, Jane Kean, Lew Parker, Mark Dawson, Gabriel Dell (Most famous as a member of "The Dead End Kids" on stage and film), Mike Kellin, Sonny Tufts, Virginia Martin, Herb Fields, etc. Songs include: "Headin' for the Bottom," "Kiss Me and Kill Me With Love," "An Eleven O' Clock Song," etc.
4 Ann : "A New Modern Comedy in Three Acts" by Lechmere Worrall. A 1912 production starring E. Holman Clark, Basil Hallam, P. Percival Clark, Fay Davis, Jean Cadell and Mary Dandridge. Directed by Sir Charles Wyndham.
4 Anna Christie : Book by Eugene O'Neill. Various productions starring Celeste Holm, Art Smith, Grace Valentine, Kevin McCarthy, Arthur O'Connell, Jerry Paris, Pauline Lord, Mildred Beverly, James C. Mack, Geraldine Page, Darren McGavin, Liv Ullmann, John Lithgow, Mary McCarty, Robert Donley, Katrina Ferguson, Wanda Rotha, Donald Wesson, Rip Torn (Husband of Geraldine Page), Anne Meara (Of the comedy team, "Stiller and Meara". Wife of Jerry Stiller. Mother of Ben Stiller.) Natasha Richardson (Daughter of Tony Richardson and Vanessa Redgrave. Wife of Liam Neeson.), Liam Neeson,
4 Anna in the Tropics : Book by Nilo Cruz. Produced by The McCarter Theatre Center at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 2003) starring Jimmy Smits (star of television's "L.A. Law" and "NYPD Blue"), Daphne Rubin-Vega, Victor Argo, Vanessa Aspillaga, John Ortiz, David Zayas and Priscilla Lopez ("A Chorus Line," etc). Directed by Emily Mann.
4 Anna K. : Variations on Tolstoy's "Anna Karenina" conceived and directed by Eugenie Leontovich. Produced by the Actor's Playhouse (NYC - 1972) starring George Bamford, Catherine Ellis, Dick Fuchs, Ann Mitchell, etc.
4 Anna Karenina : Various adaptations and productions of the Leo Tolstoy novel starring Virginia Harned, John Mason, Dolores Sutton, Ann Crumb, John Cunningham, Scott Wentworth, etc.
4 Anna Lucasta : Book by Philip Yordan. Various productions starring Ruby Dee, Ossie Davis, Laura Bowman, Canada Lee, Hilda Simms, Earle Hyman, Sidney Poitier, Rex Ingram, Maxwell Glanville, etc.
4 Anna, The Gypsy Swede : "The Tale of an Immigrant" by Viveca Lindfors. One woman biographical production starring Viveca Lindfors produced at The Theater for New York City (c.1985).
4 Anne Of A Thousand Days : Book by Maxwell Anderson. Produced at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1949) starring Rex Harrison, Joyce Redman, John Williams, Viola Keats, Walter Matthau, etc. Directed by Bretaigne Windust.
4 Anne Of England : Book by Mary Cass Canfield and Ethel Borden (based on a play by Norman Ginsbury). Produced at the St. James Theatre (NYC - October 1941) starring Flora Robson, Barbara Everest, Jessica Tandy, Leo G. Carroll, etc. Directed by Gilbert Miller.
4 Annette, The Dancing Girl : Book by Ullie Akerstrom. Produced in Utica, NY (1887) starring Ullie Akerstrom, Frank Hewitt, W. H. Cooper, etc.
4 Annie (2 Folders) : "A New Musical" by Thomas Meehan. Music by Charles Strouse. Lyrics by Martin Charnin. Various productions (1977 - 2012) starring Andrea McArdle, Reid Shelton, Dorothy Loudon, Danielle Brisebois, Shelly Bruce, Sarah Jessica Parker, Alice Ghostley, Mary K. Lombardi, Norwood Smith, Ruth Kobart, Sarah Hyland, Harve Presnell, John Schuck, Betty Hutton, Rita Rudner, Kathy-Jo Kelly, Allison Smith, Rhodes Reason, Jacquelyn Piro Donovan, Lauren Weintraub, Raymond Jaramillo McLeod, Jessica Tyler Wright, Howard Pinhasik, John Schiappa, Ann-Marie Gwatkin, Maria Charles, Patricia Michael, Charles West, etc. Original choreography by Peter Gennaro. Songs include: "Tomorrow," "You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile," "Maybe," etc.
4 Annie Get Your Gun (2 Folders) : Book by Herbert and Dorothy Fields (Brother and sister. Children of Lew Fields). Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Various productions starring Ethel Merman, Ray Middleton, Kenny Bowers, Harry Bellaver, Warren Berlinger, John Raitt, Karen Morrow (Co-star of television's "The Jim Nabors Hour," etc), Benay Venuta (Wife of Armand Deutsch, Fred Clark, etc), Jerry Orbach, Bruce Yarnell, Rufus Smith, Dolores Gray, Helen Gallagher, Mary Martin, Barton Mumaw, Tommy Rettig, Reta Shaw, Kaye Stevens, Mary McCarty, Betty Jane Watson, Gabe Dell (Most famous as a member of "The Dead End Kids" on stage and film), Debbie Reynolds, Harve Presnell, Art Lund, Jack Whiting, Margaret Hamilton, Edward Villella, Bernadette Peters, Reba McEntire, Tom Wopat, Jerry Stiller, Donna McKechnie, Janet Blair, Vaughn Monroe, Constance Moore, Norwood, Smith, Cathy Rigby, Brent Barrett, Paul V. Ames, Mauricio Bustamante, Erick Devine, K T Sullivan, etc. Songs include: "There's No Business Like Show Business," "Doin' What Comes Naturally," "The Girl That I Marry," "You Can't Get A Man With A Gun," "They Say It's Wonderful," "Moonshine Lullaby," "My Defenses Are Down," "Lost In His Arms," "Sun in the Morning," "Anything You Can Do," etc.
4 Annie Laurie : "A Romance of Scotland's Bonnie Braes and America's Rugged Hills" by Edward E. Rose. Produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis, MO - September 1914) starring Janet Allyn, Blanche Hazelton, Sidney Platt, etc.
4 Annie Warbucks : "Annie II - Miss Hannigan's Revenge" by Thomas Meehan. Music by Charles Strouse. Lyrics by Martin Charnin. Produced at the Kennedy Center (1989) starring Dorothy Loudon (Co-star of television's "The Garry Moore Show"), Harve Presnell, Ronnie Graham ("Television's "Mr. Dirt"), etc. Directed by Martin Charnin.
5 Annina : Book by Rowland Leigh, William Thiele and John Shubert. Music by Rudolph Friml. Lyrics by Rowland Leigh. Produced at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1934) starring Maria Jeritza, Paul Haakon, Allan Jones (Father of Jack Jones), Andrew Tombes, etc. Directed by William Thiele.
5 Anniversary Waltz : "A New Comedy" by Jerome Chodorov and Joseph Fields. Various productions starring Macdonald Carey, Kitty Carlisle (Regular panelist on the television game show, "To Tell the Truth". Wife of Moss Hart.), Warren Berlinger, Andrew Duggen, Leif Erickson (Husband of Frances Farmer and Margaret Hayes), Jeanne Shepherd, Carol Bruce, Edmon Ryan, Jeffrey Lynn, Beverly Lawrence, etc. Original 1954 production directed by Moss Hart.
5 Another Country : "A New Play" by Julian Mitchell. Produced at The Queen's Theatre (London - March 1982) starring Colin Firth, James Newall, James Wilby, etc. Directed by Stuart Burge.
5 Another Evening With Harry Stoones : "A New Musical Revue" with sketches, music and lyrics by Jeff Harris. Produced by Gramercy Arts (NYC - early 1960s) starring Diana Sands, Dom De Luise, Ben Keller, Sheila Copelan, Barbra Streisand, etc. Directed by G. Adam Jordan. Songs include: "Carnival in Capri," "Ballad to the International Business Machine Building," "Value," etc.
5 Another Language : A comedy by Rose Franken. Various productions starring Margaret Wycherly, Margaret Hamilton, Dorothy Stickney (Wife of Howard Lindsay), John Beal, Elissa Landi, Robert Shayne (Co-star of television's "The Adventures of Superman"), Martin Manulis (Film producer), etc.
5 Another Love Story : A comedy by Frederick Lonsdale. Produced at the Fulton Theatre (NYC - November 1921) starring Roland Young (Most famous as the star of "Topper" film series), Margaret Lindsay, Arthur Margetson, Doris Dalton, Joel Ashley, etc. Directed by Frederick Lonsdale.
5 Another Part Of The Forest : Book by Lillian Hellman. Various productions starring Mildred Dunnock, Leo Genn, Percy Waram, Patricia Neal, Scott McKay, Paul Ford, Jean Hagen (Most famous as the co-star of the film, "Singin' in the Rain"), Jeanne Hubbard, Robert Getz, Carl Benton Reid, Wesley Addy (Husband of Celeste Holm), etc. Original production directed by Lillian Hellman.
5 Another Sun : "A New Play" by Dorothy Thompson and Fritz Kortner. Produced at the National Theatre (NYC - February 1940) starring Celeste Holm, Herbert Rudley (Co-star of television's "The Mothers-In-Law"), Marshall Bradford, etc. Directed by Fritz Kortner.
5 Another Way Out : A comedy by Lawrence Langner. Produced by the Washington Square Players (on a double bill presentation with "Pariah" by August Strindberg - translated by Edith and Warner Oland - NYC -1917) starring Gwladys Wynne, Jean Robb, Ralph Bunker, Helen Westley, Robert Strange, etc. Directed by Philip Moeller.
5 Anthem Sprinters, The : A "World Premier Comedy" by Ray Bradbury. Produced at the Coronet Theatre (Hollywood, CA - February 1968) starring Monte Markham (Star of television's "The Second Hundred Years," "Bracken's World," "The New Perry Mason," etc), Garry Walberg, Bob Ball, David Knight, etc. Directed by Charles Rome Smith.
5 Anthony and Cleopatra : "A Superb Spectacle" by Victorien Sardon. Produced by the Imperial Stock Company at the Imperial Theatre (St. Louis, Mo - March 1911) starring Melborne MacDowell, William Jossey, Charles J. Harris, A.J. Price, Virginia Drew Trescott, etc. Directed by Edwin Jenison.
5 Antigone : Book by Sophocles. Various translations, adaptations and productions starring John Carradine, Diane Strickland, Nancy Marchand, Jane Rose (Co-star of television's "Phyllis," etc), Michael Conrad, Cedric Hardwicke, Wesley Addy (Husband of Celeste Holm), Katherine Cornell, Marlon Brando, Charles Cioffi, Philip Bosco, Tandy Cronyn (Daughter of Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy), David Birney, etc.
5 Antiquary, The : or "The Heir of Glenallan" - "The National Play in Three Acts" produced at the Theatre Royal (Edinburgh - 1821).
5 Antonia : Book by Melchior Lengyel. Produced at the Garrick Theatre and Empire Theatre (NYC - October 1925) starring Marjorie Rambeau, Lumsden Hare, Heppie Warren, etc. Directed by Melchior Lengyel and George Cukor.
5 Antony and Cleopatra : Filed with "Shakespeare Collection" see "Shakespeare Tragedies".
5 Anty Bligh : Book by G. Hamilton Moore ("Founded upon a story by John Wakefield"). No location or date. Starring Robert Milsted, Ada Potter, W.H. Kemble, etc.
5 Any Given Sunday : Book by Bruce Graham. Produced by the Act II Playhouse at the E. Bill Theater B (NYC - October 6 - November 6, 2011) starring Lauren Ashley Carter, Michael Mastro, Hillary B. Smith and Paul Michael Valley. Directed by Bud Martin.
5 Any Wednesday : "A New Comedy" by Muriel Resnick. Various productions starring Michael Rennie, Sandy Dennis, Dick York, Rosemary Murphy, Larry Parks, George Gaynes, Patricia Cutts, Richard Roat, Monica Moran, Don Porter, June Wilkinson, Gene Hackman, Barbara Cook, Kenneth Mars, etc.
5 Anya : "The Musical Musical" with book by George Abbott and Guy Bolten (Based upon "Anastasia" by Marcelle Maurette and Guy Bolton). Music and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest. Produced at the Ziegfeld Theatre (NYC - December 1965) starring Constance Towers (Wife of John Gavin), Michael Kermoyan, Lillian Gish, Irra Petina, George S. Irving, etc. Directed by George Abbott. Choreography by Hanya Holm. Songs include: "Snowflakes and Sweethearts," "On That Day," "If This is Goodbye," etc.
5 Anybody's Game : "A Gay Comedy" by Paul Barton. Produced by Elizabeth Mierle at the Bijou Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Edna Hibbard, Sam Wren, Emily Lowry, Marion Warring-Manley, Paul Stanton, Louis Sorin, etc. Directed by Theodore J. Hammerstein.
5 Anyone Can Whistle : Book by Arthur Laurents. Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Originally produced at the Majestic Theatre (NYC - April 1964) starring Lee Remick, Angela Lansbury, Harry Guardino, Gabriel Dell (Most famous as a member of "The Dead End Kids" on stage and film), Tucker Smith, etc. Directed by Arthur Laurents. Choreography by Herbert Ross. Also included - AIDS Benefit Concert (Carnegie Hall - 1995) hosted by Angela Lansbury and starring Scott Bakula, Madeleine Kahn, Bernadette Peters, etc. Directed by Herbert Ross. Songs include: "Everybody Says Don't," "A-1 March," "Anyone Can Whistle," etc.
5 Anyone For Dennis? : "Issued from the Office of Rear Admiral Dora Braithwaite O.M." Produced at the Whitehall Theatre (London - No date) starring Jeffrey Wickham, John Wells, John Nettleton, etc. Directed by Dick Clement.
5 Anything Goes (2 Folders) : Book by Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse (revised by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse). Music and Lyrics by Cole Porter (Portrayed by Cary Grant in the 1945 biopic, "Night and Day," by Ron Randell in the 1953 film "Kiss Me Kate" and by Kevin Kline in the 2004 biopic, "De-Lovely".). Various productions starring Ethel Merman, William Gaxton, Victor Moore, Bettina Hall, Vivian Vance, Patti LuPone, Bill McCutcheon, Howard McGillan, Nancy Walker, Paul Hartman (Most famous as "Emmett the Fix-It Man" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Mayberry RFD"), Jack Whiting, Betty Kean (Sister of Jane Kean), Eileen Rodgers, Kenneth Mars, Barbara Lang, Benay Venuta, Andy Devine, Bill Hayes, Julie Wilson, Leslie Uggams, Vivian Vance, Hal Linden, Trevor Nunn, Stephen Mear, John Gunter, Anthony Powell, David Hersey, Gareth Valentine, James Dunsmore, Paul McGuire, Nicky Leach, Joel Grey, Sutton Foster, Colin Donnell, Adam Godley, Jessica Stone, Joyce Chittick, Kimberly Faure, Josh Franklin, Adam Perry, John McMartin, Jessica Walter, etc. Original production directed by Howard Lindsay. Original choreography by Robert Alton. Songs include: "I Get A Kick Out of You," "All Through The Night," "You're The Top," "Anything Goes," "Blow, Gabriel, Blow," "The Gypsy in Me," etc.
5 Anything Might Happen : "A New Comedy of Youth and Adventure" by Edgar Selwyn. Produced at the Comedy Theatre (NYC - April 1923) starring Roland Young (Most famous as the star of the "Topper" film series), Estelle Winwood, Leslie Howard, Arthur Lubin, Helen Cromwell, etc. Directed by Edgar Selwyn.
5 Anything to Declare : A "Palais Royal Farce" by Maurice Hennequin and Pierre Veber. Produced by Pen, Paint and Pretzels at the Tufts Balch Arena Theater - Tufts University, Medford MA (February, 2009). Directed and translated by Laurence Senelick.
5 Apajune - The Water Sprite : Book, music and lyrics by Carl Millocker (English adaptation by Sydney Rosenfeld). Produced at the Columbia Theatre (Chicago - 1885) starring Francis Wilson, Genevieve Reynolds, Ray Samuels, etc.
5 Apartment 6 : Produced by The Dancers Workshop Co. of San Francisco at The Playhouse (No date) starring Ann Halprin, John Graham, and A.A. Leath.
5 Aphrodite (By T. Addison) : "The New Laughing Sensation" by Thomas Addison. Original Music by Charles D. Blake. Produced at The Stage (Utica, NY - 1886) starring Charles Atkinson, Julie Smith, Lillie Bate, etc.
5 Aphrodite (By P. Frondale) : "A Romance of Manners in Ancient Egypt" by Pierre Frondale and George C. Hazleton (founded on the novel of Pierre Louys). Music by Henri Fevrer and Anselm Goetzl. Produced at various theatres (1919 -1921) starring Guy Hitner, V.L. Granville, Dan Quimby, etc. Directed by E. Lyall Swete. Choreography by Michel Fokine ("Creator of the Russian Ballet").
5 Apollo Of Bellac, The : A double bill with "The Virtuous Island". Books by Jean Giraudoux (adapted by Maurice Valency). Produced at the Carnegie Hall Playhouse (NYC - 1957) starring Martyn Green ("The World's foremost authority and performer of the works of Gilbert and Sullivan"), William Marshall (Star of the film "Blacula," etc), Staats Cotsworth, Pippa Scott, etc. Directed by Sherwood Arthur. Choreography by Talley Beatty.
5 Apostate, The : Produced at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden ( London - 1817-1818) starring C. Kemble etc.
5 Appear And Show Cause : Book by Stephen Taylor. Produced at the Hilberry Repertory Theatre, Wayne State University (Detroit - 1984).
5 Appearance And Reality : "A Play for Educational Theater by Didier Graeffe. Produced by the Department of Comprehensive English, The University of Florida (Gainesville - February 1969) starring Michael Beistle, Margaret Beistle, William Goldhurst and Beth Clutterman.
5 Applause : Book by Betty Comden and Adolph Green (based on the film "All About Eve" and the original story by Mary Orr). Music by Charles Strouse. Lyrics by Lee Adams. Various productions starring Lauren Bacall, Len Cariou, Robert Mandan, Lee Roy Reams, Bonnie Franklin (Star of television's "One Day at a Time"), Penny Fuller, Dorothy Collins (Co-star of television's "Your Hit Parade"), Wayne Tippit, Dick Latessa, Stefanie Powers, Anne Baxter, Patrice Munsel, etc. Original 1970 production directed and choreographed by Ron Field. Songs include "Applause," "Who's That Girl?," "Welcome To The Theatre," "Good Friends," etc.
5 Apple, The : Book by Jack Gelber. Produced by The Living Theatre Repertory at the Living Theatre (NYC - 1961) starring Julian Beck, Marilyn Chris, Marion Jim, James Earl Jones, Fred Miller, etc. Directed by Judith Malina.
5 Apple Cart, The : Book by George Bernard Shaw. Various productions starring Thomas A. Braidon, Rex O' Malley, Tom Powers, Claude Rains, Helen Westley, George Rose, Noel Coward, Laurence Naismith, George Coulouris, Maurice Evans, Signe Hasso, Peter O' Toole, Cedric Hardwicke, Edith Evans, Keith Michell, Penelope Keith, Nigel Stock, June Jago, Paul Hardwick, Jeannette Starke, Paul Maxwell, Charles Lloyd Pack, etc.
5 Apple In The Attic : "A Pennsylvania Dutch Comedy" by Mildred Jordan and Lucile Logan (based on the novel by Mildred Jordan). Produced at the Gretna Playhouse (Mount Gretna, PA - 1965) starring Lette Reynolds, Charles Bond, Cameron Buck,etc. Directed by Charles F. Coghlan.
5 Apple Of His Eye : Book by Kenyon Nicholson and Charles Robinson. Various productions starring Walter Huston, Arthur Hunnicutt, Mary Wickes, Tom Ewell, Ken Hooker, Nathan Hale, etc. Original 1946 production "presented by Jed Harris in association with Walter Huston".
5 Apple Orchid, The : Book by Leonid Leonof (translated by Harold Bowen). Produced at the Theatre Royal, King Street (Bristol - 1948) starring Robert Eddison, Nuna Davey, Leslie Sands, etc. Directed by Hugh Hunt
5 Apple Tree, The : Book by Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick (Based on the stories of Mark Twain, Frank R. Stockton and Jules Feiffer). Music by Jerry Bock. Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. Various productions starring Barbara Harris, Larry Blyden (The second full-time host of the television game show,"What's My Line?". Husband of Carol Haney), Alan Alda, Robert Klein, Sue Ane Langdon, Hal Linden, Tom Ewell, Rosemary Prinz, Linda Evans, etc. Original 1966 production directed by Mike Nichols. Songs include: "The Apple Tree," "Oh, To Be a Movie Star," "Make Way," etc.
5 Apples : "A Comedy in One Act" (presented with "Petticoat Perfidy") produced by "The Elm Street Free Kindergarten Association" (New Haven - No date) starring Chauncey S. Goodrich, Marion Campbell and Dorothy Wright.
5 Applesauce : An American Comedy in Three Acts" by Barry Connors. Produced by the Frank Wilcox Company at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - April 1926) starring Frank Wilcox, Robert E. Lawrence, Virginia Chauvenet, etc. Directed by Thomas Wirth.
5 Apres L'Amour : A comedy in 4 acts by Pierre Wolff and Henri Duvernois. Starring Lucien Guitry, Gaby Morlay, Renee Corciade, etc.
5 April Ann : "A Comedy with Music" by Ruth and Nathan Hale. Music and lyrics by Jonathan Troy and Dick Tretter. Produced at the Glendale Centre Theatre (Glendale, CA - November 1975) starring Ruth Hale, Nathan Hale, Victorai Gibson, etc. Directed by Ruth Hale. Choreography by Joan Vigen. Songs include: "I Just Ain't Feminine," "Lullaby of Dreams," "A Fresh Cut Tree," etc.
5 April Fool : "A New Comedy" by Norman Krasna and Groucho Marx. Produced at the Geary Theatre (San Francisco - August 1948) starring Otto Kruger, Katherine Alexander, Russell Hicks, etc. Directed by Mabel Albertson.
5 Apron-String Revolt : Produced at the Carnegie Institute of Technology (Evanston, Illinois - 1938). Directed by Chester M. Wallace and Elizabeth Shrader.
5 Apron Strings : A comedy by Dorrance Davis. Produced at the Cort Theatre (NYC - April 1930) starring Roger Pryor, Ethel Intropidi, Jefferson De Angelis, etc. Directed by Earle Booth.
5 Arab, The : "A Play of the Orient" by Edgar Selwyn. Produced at the Grand Opera House (New Haven, CT - November 1911) starring Edgar Selwyn, Virginia Rankin, Jack Percy, etc.
5 Arabian Girl and 40 Thieves, An : "An Entertainment based upon the story of 1001 Nights written up to date by Mr. J. Cheever Goodwin". Produced at the Herald Square Theatre (NYC - May 1899) starring Dorothy Morton, Clara Lane, Edwin Foy (Portrayed by Bob Hope in the 1955 biopic, "The Seven Little Foys" and by Eddie Foy, Jr. in the 1942 biopic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy," in the 1944 biopic, "Wilson" and in the 1964 television special, "The Seven Little Foys".), etc. Directed by David Henderson.
5 Arabian Night, An : "A Magical Tale from the Thousand and One Nights" by Katherine Schmidt and Robert Latimer. An off-Broadway Edwin Strawbridge Production (1947).
5 Arabian Nights : Various adaptations and productions starring Lauritz Melchior, Helena Scott, William Chapman, Mia Slavenski, Hope Holiday, Richard Golden, John Gilbert, etc.
5 Arabian Nights, The (By Owen Davis) : Book by Owen Davis. Produced at the Colonial Theatre (Boston - December 1917) starring Henry Kolker, Frank Gillmore, Madge West, etc. Directed by Charles Hopkins.
5 Arabian Nights, The (By S. Grundy) : "A Farcical Comedy in 3 Acts"by Sydney Grundy. Various productions starring Vaughan Glaser, James Hester, F. C. Glover, Lillian Dix, etc.
5 Arcadia : Book by Tom Stoppard. Produced at the Lincoln Center Theater at the Vivian Beaumont (NYC - July 1995) starring Billy Crudup, Jennifer Dundas, Lisa Banes, Paul Giamatti, Robert Sean Leonard, etc. Directed by Trevor Nunn.
5 Arcadians, The : "The Fantastical Musical Play in Three Acts" by Mark Ambient and A.M. Thompson. Music by Lionel Monckton and Howard Talbot. Lyrics by Arthur Wimperis. Various productions (1919-11) starring Frank Moulan, Dan Rolyat, Johnny Osborne, Helen Drew, Quinton Tod, etc.
5 Archangels Don't Play Pinball : Book by Dario Fo (translated by Roger McAvoy and Anna Maria Guigni). Produced at the Bristol Old Vic, Theatre Royal - 1987) starring Roger Rees, Tina Jones, Christopher Ettridge, etc. Directed by Glen Walford.
5 Archbishop's Ceiling, The : Book by Arthur Miller. Various productions starring Ed Bishop, Maureen O' Brien, John Cullum, Bibi Andersson, Tony Musante, Douglass Watson, etc.
5 Ardendale : Book by Bartley Campbell (based upon his former successful play, "My Geraldine"). Produced at Hooley's Theatre (Chicago - 1884) starring William J. Scanlon ("The Favorite Irish Comedian"), Frank Hartwell, Fanny Mathias, etc.
5 Are We Not People : Book by Monita Caldwell and Helen Kerr. Produced by the "Uptown Players" (Chicago - 1944) starring Benny Morrison, Jack Benson, Nana York, etc. Directed by J. Bradley-Griffin.
5 Are You A Mason? : Various adaptations and productions starring Clifford Stock, Edward Van Sloan, Leo Dietrichstein, Cecil De Mille, May Robson, Vaughan Glaser, Ralph Kellard, etc.
5 Are You With It? : Book by Sam Perrin and George Balzer (adapted from the novel "Slightly Perfect" by George Malcolm-Smith). Music by Harry Revel. Lyrics by Arnold B. Horwitt. Produced at the New Century Theatre (NYC - November 1945) starring Joan Roberts, Johnny Downs, Lew Parker, Dolores Gray, Bunny Briggs, etc. Produced by Richard Kollmar (Husband of Dorothy Killgallen) and James W. Gardiner. Directed by Edward Reveaux. Choreography by Jack Donohue. Songs include: "Just Beyond the Rainbow," "In Our Cozy Little Cottage of Tomorrow," "When A Good Man Takes to Drink," etc.
5 Aren't We All? : A comedy by Frederick Lonsdale.Various productions starring Cyril Maude, Leslie Howard, Jack Whiting, Guy Standing, William Fischer, Eric Blore, Alison Skipworth, Rex Harrison, Claudette Colbert, etc.
5 Argyle Case, The : Book by Harriet Ford and Harvey J. O' Higgins ("Written in Co-Operation with Detective William J. Burns"). Produced at the Euclid Theatre (Cleveland - January 1911) starring Robert Hilliard, Calvin, Thomas, John J. Pierson, etc.
5 Ari : Book and lyrics by Leon Uris ("A New Musical Based on His Novel, 'Exodus'"). Music by Walt Smith. Produced at the Mark Hellinger Theater (NYC - January 1971) starring David Cryer, Constance Tower (Wife of Jahn Gavin), Martin Ross, Norwood Smith, John Savage, etc. Directed by Lucia Victor. Choreography Talley Beatty. Songs include: "The Exodus," "A Time To Love," "Aris Promise" etc.
5 Aria da Capo : One act play by Edna St. Vincent Millay (billed with "The Country Wife" by William Wycherly and "The Maids" by Jean Genet). Various productions starring John Crowther, Jim Eiler, etc.
5 Ariadne : A comedy by A.A. Milne. Produced at the Kenneth Sawyer Goodman Memorial Theatre (The Art Institute of Chicago - April 1930) starring Katherine Krugg, Hale McKeen, etc. Directed by Hubert Osborne.
5 Aries is Rising : A comedy by Earl Blackwell and Caroline North. Produced at Shubert Theatre (New Haven - November 1939) starring Constance Collier, John Craven, Blanche Sweet, etc. Directed by Robert Ross.
5 Aristocracy : Book by Bronson Howard. Produced at Palmer's Theatre (NYC - December 1892) starring Wilton Lackaye, Viola Allen, Helen Tracy, William Faversham, etc. Directed by Al Hayman and Charles Frohman.
5 Arizona : "The Famous American Military Play" by Augustus Thomas, Esq. Various productions starring Robert Conness, Amy Hamlin, De Wolf Hopper (Husband of Hedda Hopper. Father of William Hopper.), David Warfield, Lillian Russell (Portrayed by Alice Faye in the 1940 biopic, "Lillian Russell"), Fay Templeton (Portrayed by Irene Manning in the 1942 biopic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy"), Rapley Holmes, William Farnum, Dustin Farnum, Edgar Selwyn, Henry Hull ("The Werewolf of London" on film), etc.
5 Ark Of Safety : Book by Howard Richardson and Frances Goforth (based on "Tall Tales from Old Smoky" by C. Hodge Mathes). Produced at East Tennessee University Theatre (Johnson City - No date) starring Aaron Lee McGlothlin, Joe Moubray, etc. Directed by Harold Frank.
5 Arlene Adair : A comedy by Arthur Richman. Produced at the Walnut St. Theatre (NYC - July 1926) starring Grace George, Edward Van Sloan, George W. Barbier, Robert Montgomery, etc. Directed by Edward H. Wever.
5 Arm Of The Law, The : "A Play in Three Acts adapted from 'La Robe Rouge' by Brieux". Produced at the Garrick Theatre (London - No date) starring Arthur Bourchier, Frank Mills, Edward Rigby, etc.
5 Armand : or "Child of the People" by Anna Cora Mowatt. Produced at Central Hall (Providence, RI - No date) starring H. A. Langdon, Annie Senter, etc.
5 Arms And The Girl (By H.&D. Fields) : Book by Herbert and Dorothy Fields (Brother and sister. Children of Lew Fields) and Rouben Mamoulian. Music by Morton Gould. Lyrics by Dorothy Fields. Produced at the Forty Sixth Street Theatre (NYC - February 1950) starring Nanette Fabray, Georges Guetary, John Conte, Pearl Bailey, etc. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. Choreography by Michael Kidd. Songs include: "A Cow and a Plough and a Frau," "Don't Talk," "I Like It Here," etc.
5 Arms And The Girl (By G. Stewart) : A Comedy in 3 Acts by Grant Stewart and Robert Baker. Various productions starring Marie Hassell, Ethel Intropidi, Fay Bainter, Adelaide Hibbard, Frank Wilcox, etc.
6 Arms And The Man (2 Folders) : Book by George Bernard Shaw. Various productions starring Lynn Fontaine, Alfred Lunt, Laurence Harvey, John Findlay, Arnold Daly, Aubrey Boucicault, Henry Travers (Most famous as "Clarence the Angel" in the film "It's A Wonderful Life"), Pedro de Cordoba, Laurie Metcalf, John Mahoney, Francis Lederer (Star of "The Bridge of San Luis Rey," "Confessions of a Nazi Spy," etc. on film), Sam Wanamaker, Lee Grant, Anne Jackson, Tony Randall, Joan Copeland, Anna Nygh, Anthony Pedley, Alice Krige, Pat Heywood, Richard Briers, Peter Egan, Richard Pearson, etc.
6 Arms For Venus : A comedy by Randolph Carter. Produced by Mary Hone (1937) starring Beatrice De Neergaard, Tony Bickley, Hortense Alden, etc. Directed by Francis Hartman Markoe.
6 Armstrong's Last Goodnight : Book by John Arden. Produced at The National Theatre at Chichester (Sussex, England - 1965) starring Albert Finney, Michael York, Ian McKellen, Derek Jacobi, etc. Directed by John Dexter and William Gaskill.
6 Army Play By Play, The : Produced by The Second Service Command, USA and John Golden at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1943) - "Being the five prize-winners of the Soldiers' One-Act Playwriting Contest" starring Paul Tripp (Star of television's "Mr. I. Magination". Composer of "Tubby the Tuba".) Book by John Arden. Produced at The National Theatre at Chichester (Sussex, England - 1965) starring Albert Finney, Michael York, Ian McKellen, Derek Jacobi, etc. Directed by John Dexter and William Gaskill, Kurt Kasner, Arthur O' Connell, etc.
6 Arnold Of Winkelried : or "The Fight of Sempach" produced at the Theatre Royal, Dublin (1836).
6 Around the Map : "A Musical Globe Trot in Three Acts" with book and lyrics by C.M.S. McLellan. Music by Herman Finck. Produced at the New Amsterdam Theatre (NYC - December 1915) starring William Norris, Else Alder, etc. Directed by Herbert Gresham. Choreography by Julian Mitchell. Songs include: "I'm The Boom Boom Boomer," "Some Girl Has Got to Darn His Socks," "Goodness Ain't You Glad," etc.
6 Around the World : "Entire production conceived and invented by Arthur Voegtlin; written and produced by Carroll Fleming." Music and lyrics by Manuel Klein. Produced at the New York Hippodrome (NYC - 1911) starring W. H. Clarke, Rase La Harte, etc. Choreography by William J. Wilson.
6 Around the World In Eighty Days (Miscellaneous) : Miscellaneous adaptations and productions (c. 1880 - 1963) by the Kiralfy Brothers, The Bristol Old Vic Company, The Jones Beach Marine Theatre, etc. starring W.J. Fleming, James M. Coaldwell, S.E. Springer, Adelaide Cherie, Addie Sawyer, Carrie Mott, James P. Fleming, etc.
6 Around The World In Eighty Days (by O. Welles) : Book adapted by Orson Welles from Jules Verne's Novel. A Mercury Production with music and lyrics by Cole Porter (Portrayed by Cary Grant in the 1945 biopic, "Night and Day," by Ron Randell in the 1953 film "Kiss Me Kate" and by Kevin Kline in the 2004 biopic, "De-Lovely".). Produced the Shubert Theater (NYC - 1946) starring Arthur Margetson, Alan Reed, Mary Healy (Wife of Peter Lind Hayes), Julie Lauren, Larry Laurence, Jack Cassidy, Orson Welles, etc. Directed by Orson Welles. Songs include: "Should I Tell You I Love You," "Look What I Found," "Wherever They Fly The Flag of England," etc.
6 Arrah-Na-Pogue : "A Scenic Production" by Dion Boucicault ("Presented by Special Arrangement with Louise Thorndyke Boucicault"). Produced at the McVicker's Theatre (Chicago - April 1903) starring Andrew Mack, John E. Ince, Jr., Scott Cooper, etc. Directed by William Seymour.
6 Arrest, The : Book by Jean Anouilh (translated by Lucienne Hill). Produced at Bristol Old Vic Theatre Royal (December 1974) starring Alan Dobie, John Hurt, etc. Directed by Val May.
6 Arrival Of The Poet In The City, The : London Premiere with Music by George Nicholson. Lyrics by Christopher Logue ( Double-billed with "Kate Kelly's Roadshow"). Narrated by Neil Cunningham. Produced at the Bloomsbury Theater (London - July 1984).
6 Arsene Lupin : "A Play in Four Acts" by Franci De Croisset and Maurice Leblanc. Various productions starring William Courtenay, Sidney Herbert, Doris Keane, Claude Benedict, Paul Cerny, etc.
6 Arsenic And Old Lace : "A Comedy in Three Acts" by Joseph Kesselring. Various productions starring Boris Karloff, Josephine Hull, Jean Adair, John Alexander, Clinton Sundberg, Bruce Gordon (Most famous as "Frank Nitti" on television's "The Untouchables"), Laura Hope Crews (Most famous as "Aunt Pittypat" in the film "Gone With The Wind"), Erich Von Stoheim, Jack Whiting, Allyn Joslyn, Jean Stapleton, Marion Ross (Co-star of television's "Happy Days"), Gary Sandy (Co-star of television's "WKRP in Cincinnatti"), Larry Storch (Co-star of televisions's "F-Troop"), Jonathan Frid (Co-star television's ""Dark Shadows"), Ruth McDevitt, Randolph Mantooth (Co-star of television's "Emergency"), Helen Twelvetrees, etc.
6 Art : Book by Yamina Reza (translated by Christopher Hampton). Various productions (Presented by David Pugh, Sean Connery and Joan Cullman) starring Alan Alda, Victor Garber, Alfred Molina, Brian Cox, Henry Goodman, David Haig, Colin Stinton, Michael Gross and Zack Grenier.
6 Art And Mrs. Bottle : Book by Benn W. Levy. Various productions starring Jane Cowl, Leon Quartermaine, Katherine Hepburn, Harold Keith, Paula Houston, Leland Harris, David Lewis, Harry Ellerbe, Valeris Cossart, Ernest Cossart, etc.
6 Art And Nature : "A Comedy in One Act, adapted from the French by William Yardley". Double bill (With "The Nominee" by Leander Richardson and William Yardley - 1892) starring Nat C. Goodwin, Minnie Dupree, Mabel Amber, etc. Directed by John E. Warner.
6 Art And Opportunity : "A Comedy in Three Acts" by Harold Chapin. Produced at the Prince of Wales Theatre (London - No date) starring Marie Tempest, Graham Brown, Norman Trevor, etc. Directed by Graham Brown.
6 Art Of Dining, The : Book by Tina Howe. Various productions (directed by A. J. Antoon, Dilys Hamlett, etc) starring Kathy Bates, Suzanne Collins, Ron Rifkin (Co-star of television's "Brothers and Sisters"), Dianne Wiest, Marie Mathay, James Pickering, etc
6 Artichoke : "World Premiere of a new play by Joanna Glass". Produced at the Long Wharf Theatre (New Haven - October 1975) starring Louis Beachner, James Greene, Colleen Dewhurst, Rex Robbins, Ellin Ruskin, Emery Battis, and Brian Murray. Directed by Arvin Brown.
6 Article 47 : "The Famous French Drama in Five Acts" by Adolphe Belot. Various adaptations and productions (1880 - 1904) starring Clara Morris, Mark Pendleton, Julia Stewart, Mary Worth, Lillian Kemble, Howel Hansel, etc.
6 Artist And Model, The : "The Musical Melange" ("an original picturesque comedy sketch"). Various productions (c.1891) starring Fannie Forrester, Nellie Gray, Lida Gardner, etc. Billed with vaudeville entertainment.
6 Artists and Models : "A novelty revue designed, written and staged by the most famous artists of New York." Various productions (1923-43) starring Frank Fay (Star of the original Broadway production of "Harvey". Husband of Barbara Stanwyk), Victor Bozart, June Rogers, Harriet Gimbel, etc (1923 -24); Phil Baker, Aline MacMahon, Sid Silvers, etc (1925 - 26); Florence Moore, Peggy Joyce, Jack Pearl (Most famous as radio's "Baron Munchhausen"), etc. (1927); Belle Baker, Luzon Sisters, Jack Osterman, etc. (1928); Phil Baker, Aileen Stanley, Shaw and Lee, James Barton, etc (1930) and Jane Froman (First stage appearance after her legs were crushed in a USO Tour plane crash in Lisbon. Portrayed by Susan Hayward in the 1952 biopic, "With a Song in My Heart".), Jackie Gleason, Frances Faye, etc. (1943). Composers for the revues included Dan Shapiro, Milton Pascal, Harold Stern, Harry Akst, Maurie Rubins, J. Fred Coots (Most famous as the composer of "Santa Claus is Coming to Town"), Jean Schwartz, etc. Songs include: "Mothers of the World," "Follow Your Star," "You Never Know," "Way Up North in Dixieland," "You Are Romance," etc.
6 Artist's Model, An : "A Comedy with Music in Two Acts" by Owen Hall. Music by Sidney Jones. Lyrics by Harry Greenback. Produced at various theatres (1895) starring Alison Skipworth, Marie Studholme, Marie Tempest, etc. Directed by Sydney Ellison, J.T. Tanner, etc.
6 Arturo Ui : "A Gangster Show" by Bertolt Brecht (adapted by George Tabori). Various productions starring Christopher Plummer, Elisha Cook, Michael Constantine (Co-star of television's "Room 222"), Lionel Stander, James Coco, Beah Richards, Madeleine Sherwood, Al Pacino, etc. Original 1963 production directed by Tony Richardson with music by Jule Styne.
6 As A Man Thinks : "A New Play in Four Acts" by Augustus Thomas. Various productions (1911-12) starring John Mason ("America's Foremost Actor"), Charlotte Ives, Walter Hale, etc. Directed by Augustus Thomas.
6 As Bees In Honey Drown : A comedy by Douglas Carter Beane. Various productions starring J.Smith-Cameron, T. Scott Cunningham, Sandra Daley, Timothy Altmeyer, Sara Morsey, Nell Page Sexton, etc.
6 As Good As New : A comedy by Thompson Buchanan. Produced at the Times Square Theatre (NYC - November 1930) starring Otto Kruger, Vivienne Osborne, Marjorie Gateson, etc. Produced by Charles Dillingham.
6 As Husbands Go : "A comedy in three acts and prologue" by Rachel Crothers. Various productions (1931-33) starring Lily Cahill, Ruth Windsor, Alice Frost, Gloria Holden, Frank Wilcox, Dorothy Holmes, etc.
6 As I Lay Dying : Book by William Faulkner. Produced at the Dallas Theater Center starring James Nelson Harrell, Ken Latimor, Louise Mosley, etc. Directed by Paul Baker.
6 As In A Looking Glass : A play in four acts by F.C. Grove (founded on the famous novel by F.C. Phillips). Produced at Opera Comique Theatre (London - No date) starring Mrs. Bernard-Beere, Arthur Marcel, Eva Sothern, etc.
6 As Is : Book by William M. Hoffman. Various productions (1984-86) starring Claris Erickson, Steven Gregan, Mark Myers, Mimi Carr, Peter Haig, Richard Newman, etc.
6 As The Girls Go : Musical comedy by William Roos. Music by Jimmy McHugh. Lyrics by Harold Adamson. Produced (by Mike Todd) at the Winter Garden Theatre (NYC - January 1949) starring Bobby Clark (Of the comedy team, "Clark and McCullough"), Irene Rich, Betty Jane Watson, Hobart Cavanaugh, Dick Dana, etc. Directed by Howard Bay. Choreography by Hermes Pan. Costumes by Oleg Cassini. Songs include "You Say The Nicest Things, Baby".
6 As Thousands Cheer : "A New Musical Revue" by Irving Berlin and Moss Hart (Portrayed by George Hamilton in the 1963 biopic, "Act One"). Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Produced at the Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1934-35) starring Clifton Webb, Dorothy Stone, Helen Broderick (Mother of Broderick Crawford.), Ethel Waters, Marilyn Miller (Portrayed by Judy Garland in the 1946 biopic, "Till the Clouds Roll By" and by June Haver in the 1949 biopic, "Look for the Silver Lining".), Jose Limon, Charles Weidman, Porter Hall, Jerome Cowan, etc. Directed by Hassard Short. Choreography by Charles Weidman. Songs include "Heat Wave," Supper Time" and "Not for All The Rice in China".
6 As You Desire Me : Book by Luigi Pirandello (adapted from the Italian by Dmitri Ostrov). Various productions starring Judith Anderson, Douglass Dumbrille, Ronnie Claire Edwards, Emery Battis, etc.
6 As You Like It : Filed with Shakespeare Collection - see- "Shakespeare Comedies."
6 As You Were : "A Fantastic Revue" by Arthur Wimperis (adapted from Rip's "Plus ca Change"). American version by Glen MacDonough. Music by Herman Daewski. Lyrics by Arthur Wimperis. Additional lyrics and music by E. Ray Goetz. Produced at the Central Theatre (NYC - June 1920) starring Sam Bernard, Irene Bordini, Clifton Webb, etc. Directed by George Marion. Choreography by Julian Mitchell.
6 Ascension Of Hannele, The : "A Dream Poem" by Gerhart Hauptmann. Produced at the Box Theater (University of Miami - April 1950) starring Faith Dorsey, Janet Bergman, Hal Vaughan, etc. Directed by Hans Rothe.
6 Ascent Of F6, The : Book by W.H.Auden and Christopher Isherwood. Produced by The Yale University Department of Drama (May 1937) starring Max Flowers, James H. Parke, Dorothy Sainsbury, etc. Produced and directed by Alan Merritt Fishburn.
6 Ascent Of La Brouette : Produced in Great Britain (No location or date) starring Madame Sachi ("Will Exhibit Two of Her Unparalled Feats").
6 Ashes : Book by David Rufkin. Produced by The New York Shakespeare Festival at the Public Theater (NYC - February 1977) starring Penelope Allen, Roberta Maxwell, Brian Murray, and John Tillinger. Directed by Lynne Meadow. American premiere at the Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles - 1976) starring Michael Cristofer, Tyne Daly, James Ray and Andra Akers. Directed by Edward Parone.
6 Ask My Friend Sandy : A comedy by Stanley Young. Produced at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - January 1943) starring Roland Young (Most famous as the star of the "Topper" film series.), Norman Lloyd, Mary Sargent, etc. Directed by Alfred de Liagre, Jr.
6 Aspects Of Love : Book Adaptation by Andrew Lloyd Webber. (based on the novel by David Garnett). Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Lyrics by Don Black and Charles Hart. Produced at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - September 1990) starring Ann Crumb, Michael Ball Kevin Colson, Walter Charles, etc. Directed by Trevor Nunn. Choreography by Gillian Lynne.
6 Aspern Papers, The : "The London Hit Play" by Michael Redgrave (adapted from the Henry James story). Various productions starring Maurice Evans, Wendy Hiller, Francoise Rosay, Rosemary Murphy, Flora Robson, Beatrix Lehmann, Robert Beatty, etc.
6 Assassin, The (By Irwin Shaw) : Book by Irwin Shaw. Produced by Carly Wharton and Martin Gabel at the National Theatre (NYC - 1945) starring Frank Sundstrom (by arrangement with David O. Selznick), Karl Malden, Harold Huber, etc. Directed by Martin Gabel (Semi-regular panelist on the television game show, "What's My Line?". Husband of Arlene Francis.).
6 Assassin, The (By E. Walter) : "A Play in Four Acts" by Eugene Walter. Produced at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1917) starring George Probert, Walter Sherwin, Howard Sydney, etc. Directed by Cyrus Wood.
6 Assassins : Book by John Weidman. Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Produced at Playwrights Horizons (NYC - 1990) starring Victor Garber, Debra Monk, Terrence Mann, etc. Directed by Jerry Zak.
6 Assassins, The : or "Los Justos" by Albert Camus. Produced at El Teatro Universitario (1958) starring Elin Ortiz, Luis Rafael Sanchez, Ramon Renta, etc. Directed by Nilda Gonzalez.
6 Assassination, 1865 : Book by Stuart Vaughan. Produced at the Goodman Theatre (Chicago - 1971) starring Shepperd Strudwick, Donald Woods, Jonathan Farwell, etc. Directed by Stuart Vaughan.
6 Assignment in Judea : Book by Patrick Welch. Produced at the Florida State University Theatre (Tallahassee - 1960) starring Louise Albritton, Eddie Dowling, Richard Fallon, Khigh Dhiegh, etc. Produced by Eddie Dowling. Directed by Richard Fallon.
6 Assistance : "A New Play" by Leslye Headland. Produced by Playwrights Horizons (NYC - February 2012) starring Michael Esper, Sue Jean Kim, Virginia Kull, Lucas Near-Verbrugghe, Amy Rosoff Kyle Gates, Vanessa Coakley and Bobby Steggert. Directed by Trip Cullman.
6 Astrakhan Coat, The : Book by Pauline Macaulay. Produced by David Merrick at the Helen Hayes Theatre (NYC - January 1967) starring Roddy McDowall, Brian Bedford, Carole Shelley, James Coco, etc. Directed by Donald McWhinnie.
6 Astrologer, The : "Fantastic Drama in One Act" (Playwright not listed). Produced at Fenway Court (Boston - No date).
6 At Bay : "A Modern Melodrama in Four Acts" by George Scarborough. Produced at the 39th Street Theatre (NYC - December 1913) starring Guy Standing, George Howell, Walter Horton, etc.
6 At Gay Coney Island : "A Comic Play" by Levin C. Tees. Produced at Columbus Theater (NYC - 1897) starring J. Sherrie Mathews, Harry Bulger, Alice Montague, etc. The production "Inaugurating the initial starring tour of Mathews and Bulger".
6 At Home Abroad : "A Musical Holiday" by Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz. Produced at the Winter Garden Theatre (NYC - 1935-36) starring Beatrice Lillie, Ethel Waters, Herb Williams, Eleanor Powell, Reginald Gardiner, Vera Allan, etc. Production staged and settings and costumes by Vincent Minnelli. Songs include "Hottentot Potentate".
6 At Home And Broad : "A Classy Frivolity" by Edward P. Moran. Music by Seymour Furth. Produced by Max Spiegel at the Gayety Theatre (Hoboken, NJ - 1910) starring Joe Fields, George B. Scanlon, Joe Peltier, Willie Weston, May Florine Linden, etc. Choroegraphed by Albertieri and Dan Dody. Songs include: "College Boy," "If a Girl Led The Boys in Blue," "Tale of Whale,"etc.
6 At Mrs. Beam's : A comedy by C.K. Munro. Various productions (1923-26) starring Raymond Massey, Phyllis Stuckney, Henry Travers (Most famous as "Clarence the Angel" in the film, "It's a Wonderful Life"), Helen Westley, Estelle Winwood, Jean Cadell, Leslie Barrie, etc.
6 At Sea : Book by Slawomir Mrozek (translated by Maia Rodman). Produced at the Mermaid Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Edgar Daniels, Byrne Piven (Father of Jeremy Piven), Geraldine Hanning, etc. Directed by Leonidas D-Ossetynski. Billed with "Alcestis Comes Back" by Artur Marya Swinarski.
6 At The Old Cross Roads : Book by Arthur C. Aiston. Produced by the Holden Players at the Cleveland Theatre (March 1915) starring Ida Kashner, Douglas Dumbrille, Arline Ross, etc. Produced by Holden and Edwards.
6 At The Villa Rose : "A New Play in Four Acts" by A.E. W. Mason. Produced at the Empire Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1920) starring Otis Skinner, Madeline Delmar, Jeffrey Lewis, etc, Directed by Iden Payne.
6 At The White Horse Tavern : "Great Three Act Comedy" by Sidney Resenfeld (from the German "Im Weissen Roess'l" by Messrs. Blumenthal and Kadelberg). Various productions starring Vaughan Glaser, James A. Hester, Minerva Dorr, Walter Farley, etc.
6 At War With The Army : "A New Farce-Comedy" by James B. Allardice. Various productions starring Gary Merrill (Husband of Bette Davis), Mike Kellin, Tad Mosel, Joe Maross, etc. Original 1949 production directed by Ezra Stone (Most famous as radio's "Henry Aldrich").
6 At Wit's End : "A Play with Music" by Joel Kimmel (Based on the works of Oscar Levant). Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami, FL - 1990) starring Stan Freeman as "Oscar Levant". Directed by Barbara Karp.
6 At Yale : "A Play of College Life in Three Acts and Five Scenes" with music by Daniel Dore. Produced at the Davidson Theatre (Milwaukee, WI - April 1907) starring Jane Stuart, Helene Davenport, Clinton Clay, etc. Directed by Paul Gilmore
6 Atlas and Eva : "The New Character Comedy" by Harry Delf. Produced at the Mansfield Theatre (NYC - February 1928) starring Harry Delf, Tom Brown, Lotta Linthicum, etc. Directed by Ira Hards.
6 Au Pair Man, The : "A New Play" by Hugh Leonard produced by Joseph Papp for the New York Shakespeare Festival at the Zellerbach Theatre (The Annenberg Center for Communication Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1973) starring Julie Harris and Charles Durning. Directed by Gerald Freedman.
6 Aucassin and Nicolette : Book, music and lyrics by Stephen Downs. Various adaptations and productions starring Zina Bethune (star of television's "The Nurses," etc), Rusty Swope, Michael Wright, etc.
6 Auctioneer, The : "A New Character Comedy in Three Acts" by Lee Arthur and Charles Klein. Various productions starring David Warfield, Marie Bates, Harry Lewellyn, etc. Produced by David Belasco.
6 August: Osage County : Book by Tracy Letts. Produced by the Steppenwolf Theatre Company at The Music Box Theatre, NYC (2008) starring Robert Foxworth, Kimberly Guerrero, Brian Kerwin, Madeleine Martin, Mariann Mayberry, Michael McGuire, Amy Morton, Sally Murphy, Estelle Parsons, Molly Regan, Jim True-Frost, Troy West, Frank Wood, Elizabeth Ashley, Guy Boyd, John Cullum, etc. Directed by Anna D. Shapiro.
6 Augustin Lara: Blues and Blues : "A sensual musical voyage through the life, loves and ballads of Mexico's legendary composer" by Gabriel Garcia. Produced at the Gala Hispanic Theatre at Tivoli, Washington, D.C. (2008) starring Dayan Aldana, Hugo Medrano, Nelson Pino, Monalisa Arias, Renato, Carlos Castillo, etc. Directed by Abel Lopez. Music directed by Mari Paz. Songs include: "Granada," "You Belong to My Heart," "Impossible," Maria bonita," etc.
6 Augusts Night's Dream : or "Sueno De Una Noche De Agosto" by Gregorio Martinez Sierra. Produced by The Spanish Club of the University of Pennsylvania (May 1928) starring Anne E. Marzucco, S. Ruth Fox, Frank Carano, etc.
6 Aulis Difficulty, The : "A Burlesque" by Maurice Baring. Produced by the Yale University Dramatic Association (c.1919) starring Andrew J. Fox, William Harris, John C. Borden, etc. Billed with "Nettie" by George Ade, "The Murderers" by Lord Dunsany and "Bunk" by Henry Clapp Smith.
6 Aunt Dan and Lemon : Book by Wallace Shawn. Produced at the Magic Theatre (San Francisco - c.1986) starring Maud Winchester, Kenna Hunt, Jack Shearer, etc. Directed John Lion.
6 Aunt Jack : "A Farce-Comedy in Three Acts" by Ralph R. Lumley. Produced at the Madison Square Theatre (NYC - October 1989) starring E. M Holland, Edward Bell, etc.
6 Aunt Rebecca's Pawnshop : No location or date available. Starring Helen Coleman, Frank Wynkoop, Louise Raymond, etc.
6 Auntie Mame : "A New Comedy" by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee (based on the novel by Patrick Dennis). Various productions starring Rosalind Russell, Polly Rowles, Peggy Cass (Regular panelist on the television game show, "To Tell The Truth") Sylvia Sidney (Wife of Bennett Cerf), Philip Bosco, Greer Garson, Carole Cook, Michael Bennett, Charles Busch, John Davidson, Kelly Bishop, Maxwell Caulfield, Lee Roy Reams, Dick Latessa, Barbara Feldon ("Agent 99" on television's "Get Smart"), Juliet Mills (Star of television's "Nanny and the Professor". Daughter of John Mills. Sister of Hayley Mills.), Constance Carpenter, Ruth Holden, John Frid (Jonathan Frid. Star of television's "Dark Shadows".), Beatrice Lillie, Constance Bennett, Douglas Watson, Ruth Webb, Lois Kibbee (Daughter of Guy Kibbee), etc. Original 1958 production directed by Morton Da Costa.
6 Aurelius and Reynard : Two Plays by Bernard Wilits. Produced at the Coronet Theater (Hollywood, CA - 1964) starring Robert Cornthwaite, Penny Gillette, Robert Gaus, etc. Directed by Robert Cornthwaite. Costumes designed by Robert Mackie.
6 Aurora Floyd : or "The Dark Deed in the Woods" by Mary Elizabeth Braddon. Various adaptations and productions starring Elma Cornell, J.A. Sawtelle, Sherman Lee, Betty Gray, etc.
7 Autobiography : Opening night production by and starring dancer Irene Hawthorne. Produced at the Booth Theatre (NYC - October 2, 1956). Stories and Choreography by Irene Hawthorne.
7 Automobile Graveyard, The : Book by Arrabal (translated by Richard Howard). Music by Mordechai Sheinkman. Lyrics by Kenward Elmslie. Produced at the 41st Street Theatre (NYC - 1961) starring Gabriel Dell (Most famous as a member of "The Dead End Kids" on stage and film), Estelle Parsons, Leilla Martin, Jimmy Gavin, etc. Directed by Herbert Machiz.
7 Autumn Crocus : "A Play in Three Acts" by C. L. Anthony. Various productions starring Francis Lederer, Dorothy Gish, Fay Compton, Martita Hunt, Jessica Tandy, Jack Hawkins, Margaret Truman (Daughter of President Harry Truman), etc.
7 Autumn Fire : "A Play in Three Acts" by F. C. Murray. Produced at the Garrick Theatre (Philadelphia, PA - 1932) starring Michael J. Dolan, May Craig, Arthur Shields (Brother of Barry Fitzgerald), Denis O' Dea, etc. A series of plays produced by the touring Abbey Theatre Irish Players. Other actors listed on the program include Barry Fitzgerald (Brother of Arthur Shields).
7 Autumn Garden, The : Book by Lillian Hellman. Produced at the Coronet Theatre (NYC - April 1951) starring Fredric March, Florence Eldridge (Mrs. Fredric March), Jane Wyatt, Ethel Griffies, Kent Smith, Dickie Moore (Husband of Jane Powell), etc. Directed by Harold Clurman.
7 Avanti! : A comedy by Samuel Taylor. World Premiere at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - January 1968) starring Jennifer Hilary, Robert Reed, Keith Baxter, Betsy von Furstenberg, etc. Directed by Nigel Patrick.
7 Avenue Q : Book by Jeff Whitty (Based on an original concept by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx). Music and lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx. Produced at the Golden Theatre (NYC - 2004) starring Jennifer Barnhart, Natalie Venetia Belcon, Stephanie D' Abruzzo, Jordan Gelber, Ann Harada, Rick Lyon, John Tartaglia, etc. Directed by Jason Moore. Choreographed by Ken Roberson. Puppets conceived and designed by Rick Lyon.
7 Aviator, The : "A Farcical Comedy in Four Acts" by James Montgomery. Produced by the Empire Stock Company at the Empire Theatre (Syracuse - June 1912) starring Frank Pelligrini, Claude Kimball, Jessie Savage, etc.Directed by Charles Ashley.
7 Awake And Sing : Book by Clifford Odets. Various productions starring Art Smith, Stella Adler, Morris Carnovsky, Jules Garfield (John Garfield), Luther Adler, Sanford Meisner, Sal Mineo, Herschel Bernardi, Harold Gould, Alfred Hoffman, June Barrie, Ron Silver, Milton Selzer, Elia Kazan, John Mueller, Joyce Piven (Mother of Jeremy Piven), Richard Gere, Nancy Marchand, Harry Hamlin, Michael Lombard, Dick Latessa, Francis McDormand, etc. Original 1935 Group Theatre production directed by Harold Clurman.
7 Awakening of Helena Richie, The : "A Play in Four Acts" by Charlotte Thompson (adapted from Margaret Deland's Novel). Produced at various theatres ((1909-1910) starring Margaret Anglin, Gertrude Swiggett, John Findlay, etc. Directed by
7 Away We Go! : Original title for "Oklahoma". See "Oklahoma" folder.
7 Awful Truth, The : A comedy by Arthur Richman. Produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis - February 1923) starring Ina Claire, Paul Harvey, Raymond Walburn, Arthur Metcalfe, Bruce McRae, etc.
7 Baal : Book by Bertolt Brecht (Translations by Eric Bentley, Martin Esslin, Peter Tengel, etc.). Various productions (1974 -86) starring Gilda Blacher, Steven Brager, Martin Maniak, Mark Simon, Kathie Baldwin, Marly Wexler, Barbara Danish, Kevin Crane, Jeff Brooks, Michael Butler, Mitchell Lipchitz, etc.
7 Bab : "A Comedy in Four Acts" by Edward Childs Carpenter (From the novel by Mary Roberts Rinehart). Produced at various theatres (1920-21) starring Helen Hayes, Sam Edwards, Tom Powers, etc. Directed by George C. Tyler.
7 Babes In Arms : Book by Rodgers and Hart (Portrayed by Tom Drake and Mickey Rooney in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Various productions starring Ray Heatherton (Father of Joey Heatherton), Alfred Drake, Mitzi Green, Ray McDonald, Grace McDonald (Sister of Ray MacDonald), The Nicholas Brothers, Dan Dailey, Mike Lembeck, Julie Wilson, Barbara Sharma (Co-star of television's "Laugh-In"), Don Correia, Priscilla Lopez, Donna McKechnie, etc. Original 1937 production directed by Robert Sinclair. Choreography by George Balanchine. Songs include: "Where or When," "Babes in Arms," "I Wish I Were in Love Again," "My Funny Valentine," "Johnny One Note," "The Lady is a Tramp," etc.
7 Babes In The Wood : or "Who Killed Cock Robin". Various productions (1878-82) starring Eme Roseau, George W. Wilson, etc.
7 Babes In Toyland : Book and lyrics by Glen MacDonough. Music by Victor Herbert (Portrayed by Walter Connolly in the 1939 biopic, "The Great Victor Herbert"). Various productions (1903-59) starring Barry Lupino (Brother of Stanley Lupino. Uncle of Ida Lupino.), Ignacio Martinetti, Bessie Wynn, George A. Stone, William Norris, Irene Cromwell, Rowan and Martin (Stars of television's "Laugh-In"), Anita Gillette, Eddie Foy, Jr., Michael Levinton, Tina Shepard, Laura von Holt, Corrine Donley, Das Elkin, Don Swajeski, etc. Songs include: "Toyland," "March of the Toy Soldiers," etc.
7 Baby : Book by Sybille Pearson. Music by David Shire. Lyrics by Richart Maltby, Jr. Produced at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1984) starring Liz Callaway, Beth Fowler, etc. Directed by Richard Maltby, Jr. Choreography by Wayne Cilento.
7 Baby, The : "A Comedy in Three Acts" by DeWitt Newing. Produced by the Frank Wilcox Company at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse - 1925) starring Dorothy Holmes, Frank Wilcox, Lisle Leigh, etc. Directed by Halbert Brown.
7 Baby Cyclone, The : Book by George M. Cohan (Portrayed by James Cagney in the 1942 biopic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy" and in the 1955 biopic, "The Seven Little Foys". On televison, portrayed by Mickey Rooney in the 1957 special, "Mr. Broadway" and by Joel Grey in the 1970 special "George M"). Various productions (1927-28) starring Frank Wilcox, Grant Mitchell, Dorothy Holmes, Spencer Tracy, William Morris, etc.
7 Baby Doll : "A Musical Comedy in Three Acts" by Mary Rider. Produced at the La Salle Theatre (formerly The Imperial - No location - September 1912). Directed by Joseph O' Meara.
7 Baby Mine : "Very Funny Farce" by Margaret Mayo. Various productions (1910-1964) starring Marguerite Clark, May Barton, Walter Jones, Ernest Glendinning, Rita Knight, Ronald Knight, Hal Godett, etc.
7 Baby Trust, The : "The Laughable Musical Comedy Absurdity" produced by the Rose Hill English Folly Company (1903-04) starring Frank Rice, Frankie Haines, etc.
7 Baby Want A Kiss : "A New Comedy" by James Costigan. Produced by The Actors Studio, Inc. and The Actors Studio Theatre at the Little Theatre (NYC - 1963 - 64) starring Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward and James Costigan. Directed by Frank Corsaro.
7 Baby With The Bathwater : Book by Christopher Durang. Produced at the Annex Theatre (Seattle, WA - No date). Directed by Josh List.
7 Bacchae : Book by Euripides (Translated by Kenneth Cavander). Produced by the Yale School of Drama Repertory Theatre (March 1969) starring Michael Lombard, David Spielberg, David Clennon, Mildred Dunnock, James J. Naughton III (James Naughton), Henry Franklin Winkler (Henry Winkler), Alvin Epstein, etc. Directed by Andre Gregory.
7 Bacchae, The : Book by Euripides (Translated by Michael Cacoyannis). Produced at the Circle in the Square Theatre, NYC (1980) staring Irene Papas, Philip Bosco, John Noah Hertzler, Tom Klunis, Richard Kuss, Jodi Long, Alfred Karl, Ernestine Jackson, Gary Tocon, etc. Directed by Michael Cacoyannis.Music by Theodore Antoniou.
7 Bacchus : " A Play in Three Acts" by Jean Cocteau. Produced by the Theatre Marigny (Paris 1952) starring Jean-Louis Barrault, Pierre Bertin, Jean Servais, etc.
7 Bachelor, The : "An Original Comedy in Three Acts" by Clyde Fitch. Various productions (1909-17) starring Charles Cherry, Richard Sterling, Ralph Morgan (Brother of Frank Morgan), Maude Fealy, etc.
7 Bachelor Born : "A New Comedy in Three Acts" by Ian Hay. Produced at various theatres (NYC - 1938) starring Frederick Leister, Peggy Simpson, Aubrey Mather, Phoebe Foster, etc. Directed by Frederick Leister.
7 Bachelor Belles, The : "A Musical Comedy in Two Acts" with words by Harry B. Smith. Music by Raymond Hubbell. Produced at the Globe Theater (NYC - November 1910) starring Mae Murray, Ruth Peebles, Eleanor Pendleton, etc. Directed by Julian Mitchell.
7 Bachelor Father, The : "A Comedy in Three Acts and Seven Scenes" by Edward Childs Carpenter. Various productions (1928-30) starring June Walker, C. Aubrey Smith, Geoffrey Kerr, Rex O' Malley, Frank Wilcox, etc.
7 Bachelor's Baby, The : "The Comedy Farce" by Francis Wilson. Produced at various theatres (1909-11) starring Francis Wilson, Helen Strickland, Clarence Handyside, etc. Directed by Gustav Van Seyffertitz.
7 Bachelor's Honeymoon : A comedy by Howard Lindsay and Bertrand Robinson. Various productions (1953-54) starring Frank Lyon, Edna Preston, Skedge Miller, Patricia Quinn O' Hara, etc.
7 Bachelor's Romance, A : "An Original Play in Four Acts" by Martha Morton. Various productions (c.1904) starring Sol Smith Russell, Annie Russell, David Holmes, Vaughan Glaser, etc.
7 Back Bog Beast bait : Book by Sam Shepard.Produced by the American Place Theater (NYC - 1971) starring Yolande Bavan, Beeson Carroll, James Hall, etc. Billed with "The Cowboy Mouth" by Sam Shepard and Patti Smith. Both plays directed by Robert Glaudini.
7 Back To Methuselah : "A Parable in Comedy" by George Bernard Shaw. Various productions starring Tyrone Power, Faye Emerson (Wife of Elliott Roosevelt, Skitch Henderson, etc), Arthur Treacher (Sidekick and announcer on television's "The Merv Griffin Show," etc.), Margaret Wycherly, Dennis King, Derek Jacobi, Celeste Holm, James Daly (Co-star of television's "Medical Center". Father of Tyne Daly and Tim Daly.), Alan Napier ("Alfred the Butler" on televison's "Batman"), John Beal, Margo, Gladys Cooper, Eddie Albert, Kent Smith, Pat McKnee, Susan Kohner, Jay Novello, etc.
7 Backslapper, The : "A Comedy Drama" by Paul Dickey and Mann Page. Produced at the Hudson Theatre (NYC - April 1925) starring Leila Frost, Roger Pryor, Lee Patrick, etc. Directed by Paul Dickey and Mann Page.
7 Bad Girl : Book by Brian Marlow and Vina Delmar ("adapted from Vina Delmar's sensational novel"). Produced at the Hudson Theater (NYC - October 1930) starring Paul Kelly, Sylvia Sidney, etc. Directed by Marion Gering.
7 Bad Habits : Book by Terrence McNally. Produced at the Booth Theatre (NYC - May 1974) starring F. Murray Abraham, Paul Benedict, Michael Lombard, Doris Roberts, etc. Directed by Robert Drivas.
7 Bad Jews : Book by Joshua Harmon. Produced by the Roundabout Theatre Company at the Black Box Theatre at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for the Arts (NYC - October 2012) starring Tracee Chimo, Philip Ettinger, Molly Ranson and Michael Zegan. Directed by Daniel Aukin.
7 Bad Man, The : "A Satirical Comedy" by Porter Emerson Brown. Various productions starring Holbrook Blinn, Robert Antrim, Jerry Howard, etc.
7 Bad Seed, The : "A Play in Two Acts" by Maxwell Anderson (adapted from the William March book). Various productions starring Nancy Kelly, Henry Jones, Eileen Heckart, Thomas Chalmers, Evelyn Varden, Patty McCormack (Most famous as the star of "The Bad Seed" on stage and film), Pert Kelton (The original "Alice Kramden" on televison's "The Honeymooners"), Ann Shoemaker, etc. Original production directed by Reginald Denham.
7 Badges : "A New Mystery Drama in Three Acts" by Max Marcin and Edward Hammond. Produced at the 49th Street Theatre (NYC - 1924) starring Madge Kennedy, Gregory Kelly, Eleanor Woodruff, etc. Directed by Edgar MacGregor.
7 Bagels and Yox : "The American -Yiddish Revue" with songs by Sholom Secunda and Hy Jacobson. Produced at the Holiday Theatre (NYC - 1951) starring The Barton Brothers, Larry Alpert, Lou Saxon, Marty Drake, etc. Produced by Al Beckman and John Pransky.
7 Baggage Check, A : "The Great Farce Comedy Success" by Charles E. Blaney. Produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse - August 1896) starring Charles Grapewin, Thomas Evans, Nellie Franklyn, etc. Directed by James Marcus.
7 Balieff's Chauve-Souris : See "Chauve-Souris" folder.
7 Bajour : "A New Musical Comedy" by Ernest Kinoy (based on The New Yorker stories by Joseph Mitchell). Music and lyrics by Walter Marks. Produced at the Lunt-Fontanne Theater (1965) starring Chita Rivera, Nancy Dussault, Herschel Bernardi, Robert Burr, Mae Questel (The original cartoon voice of "Olive Oyl" in the "Popeye" series and "Betty Boop"), Harry Goz, Paul Sorvino (Father of Mira Sorvino), Gus Trikonis (Husband of Goldie Hawn), Herbert Edelman, Michael Bennett ("A Chorus Line," etc), etc. Directed by Lawrence Kasha. Choreography by Peter Gennaro (Choreographer of television's "The Ed Sullivan Show").
7 Baker Street : "A Musical Adventure of Sherlock Holmes" by Jerome Coopersmith. Music and lyrics by Marian Grudeff and Raymond Jessel. Produced at the Shubert Theatre (NYC - January 1965) starring Fritz Weaver, Inga Swenson, Martin Gabel (Semi-regular panelist on the television game show, "What's My Line?". Husband of Arlene Francis.), Teddy Green, Tommy Tune, etc. Directed by Harold Prince. Choreography by Lee Becker Theodore.
7 Baker's Wife, The : Book by Joseph Stein (based on the play and film "La Femme du Boulanger" by Marcel Pagnol and Jean Giono). Music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. Various productions (1976 - 2009) starring Paul Sorvino (Father of Mira Sorvino), Patti Lupone, Kurt Peterson, Portia Nelson, Keene Curtis, Topol, Gay Marshall, Richard Pruitt, Lenny Wolpe, Clark Dougherty, Heather Nease Gifford, Gregg Bleam, Darrell G. Riley, Scotty Roberts, Patrick J. Stanley, John P.A. Sherman, Sheila Steis, Deanna Talbert, Scott Proctor, Richard Price, Thomas Mothershed, Jessica Avis Morin, Dani Moreno-Fuentes, Christopher Miller, Abbey McBee, Jean-Pierre Leemans, Lori Kovalenko, etc. Songs include: "If It Wasn't For You," "Bread," "Gifts of Love," "If I Have to Live Alone," etc.
7 Bakke's Night Of Fame : Book by John McGrath (From a novel "A Danish Gambit" by William Butler). Produced at the Stage Society Theater (Los Angeles - January 1969) starring Guy Stockwell (Brother of Dean Stockwell), Robert Cornthwaite, Len Lesser, etc. Directed by John Ferzacca.
7 Bal : Book by Richard Nelson. Produced at the Goodman Theatre (The Art Institute of Chicago - February 1980) starring Jim Belushi (Brother of John Belushi), Michael Saad, Del Close, etc. Directed by Gregory Mosher.
7 Bal Tabarin, The : Book by Edward Delaney Dunn. Music by J. Fred Coots (Most famous as the composer of "Santa Claus is Coming to Town") and Jean Schwartz. Lyrics by McElbert Moore. Produced at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1923) starring Louis Simon, Grace Hamilton, Harry Kelly, etc. Directed by J.J. Shubert. Choreography by Sammy Lee and Frank Smithson. Songs include: "The Franco-American Step," "Rin-Tin-Tin," "My Rose," etc.
7 Balalaika : Book and lyrics by Eric Maschwitz. Music by George Posford and Bernard Grun.Various productions (1937-51) starring Betty Rose O' Connell, Harold Patrick, Antony Eustrel, Eric Marshall, etc.
7 Balcony, The : Book by Jean Genet (translated by Bernard Frechtman). Various productions starring Delphi Lawrence, Jay Lanin, Nancy Marchand (Co-star of television's "Marty," "Lou Grant," "The Sopranos," etc), Sylvia Miles, Katherine Ross, Edward Winter, Monte Markham (Star of television's "The New Pery Mason," etc), etc.
7 Balcony Walkers, The : "A Comedy with Some Young Americans in Paris" by Christine Norman. Produced at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1925) starring Flora Le Breton, Ernest Glendinning, Fredric March, Helen Baxter, Arthur Marlowe, etc. Directed by Rollo Lloyd.
7 Bald Soprano, The : Book by Eugene Ionesco. Various productions starring Ned Beatty, Georgia Bennett, Janie Nettles, Don Cairns, Dan Travanti (Star of television's "Hill Street Blues," etc), Jenny Egan, Donald Moffat, Bradford Cover, Rachel Botchan, Brad Heberlee, Jolly Abraham, Robin Leslie Brown, Dan Daily, etc. One act play billed with "Jack" and "The Lesson," by Eugene Ionesco.
7 Balkan Princess, The : "A Musical Play in a Prologue and Two Acts by Frederick Lonsdale and Fank Curzon. Music by Paul A. Rubens. Produced at the Garrick Theatre (NYC - 1912) starring Louise Gunning, Harold Crane, Wallace Beery, etc. Directed by Harry Lewellyn.
7 Ballad Of The Sad Café, The : Book by Carson McCuller (adapted to the stage by Edward Albee). Various productions starring Colleen Dewhurst, William Prince, Roscoe Lee Brown, Michael Dunn, Donald Davis, etc. Original 1963 production directed by Alan Schneider.
7 Ballroom : Book by Jerome Kass. Music by Billy Goldenberg. Lyrics by Alan and Marilyn Bergman. Produced at the Majestic Theater (NYC - December 1978) starring Dorothy Loudon, Vincent Gardenia, Marilyn Cooper, Lynn Roberts, Liz Sheridan (Co-star of television's "Seinfeld," etc.), etc. Directed and Choreographed by Michael Bennett. Also produced at the St. Louis Municipal Theatre (MUNY - 1979) starring Janis Paige, Forrest Tucker, Patricia Drylie, Liz Sheridan, etc. Directed and Choreographed by Drusilla Davis and Howard Parker. Songs include: "I Love to Dance," "I Wish You a Waltz," "Dreams," etc.
7 Ballyhoo : Book and lyrics by Harry Ruskin and Leighton K. Brill. Music by Louis Alter (Supervision of Oscar Hammerstein 2nd). Produced at Hammerstein's Theatre (NYC - January 1931) starring W.C. Fields, Al Downing, Chaz Chase, etc. Directed by Reginald Hammerstein. Choreography by Earl Lindsay. Songs include: "Blow Hot, Blow Cold," "No Wonder I'm Blue," etc.
7 Ballyhoo Of 1932 : A Revue by Norman Anthony. Music by Lewis E. Gensler. Lyrics by E. Y. Harburg. Produced at the Forty-Fourth Street Theatre (NYC - September 1932) starring Willie and Eugene Howard, Jeanne Aubert, Bob Hope, Hugh Cameron, Gloria Gilbert, Paul Hartman (Most famous as "Emmett the Fix-It Man" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Mayberry RFD"), Grace Hartman (Wife and dancing partner of Paul Hartman), Nina Mae McKinney, etc. Choreography by Bobby Connolly. Songs include: "Old Fashioned Wedding," "How Do You Do It?," etc.
7 Balmoral : Book by Michael Frayn. Produced at the Theatre Royal - Bristol Old Vic (May 1987) starring Mark Tandy, Anthony Pedley, Helen Ryan, etc. Directed by Leon Rubin.
7 Baltimore Waltz, The : "South Florida Premiere" by Paula Vogel. Produced by the Area Stage Company at the Area Performance Gallery, Miami Beach (1994) starring Phebe Finn, Jerry Pacific, Chaz Mena and Helen Zani. Directed by John Rodaz. Music by Steve Shapiro.
7 Banana Ridge : Book by Ben Travers. Produced at the Savoy Theatre (London - December 1976) starring Robert Morley, George Cole, Joan Sanderson, Anthony Dawes, etc. Directed by Val May.
7 Banco : "A Comedy in Three Acts" adapted by Clare Kummer (from the French by Alfred Savoir). Produced in September 1922 (No location listed) starring Lola Fisher, Hall Higley, Edward G. Robinson, Alfred Lunt, etc. Directed by Robert Milton.
7 Bandido! : "World Premiere" by Luis Valdez. Music by Lalo Schifrin. Lyrics by Luis Valdez. Produced Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles - 1994) starring Oskar Cartaya, Enrique Castillo, Richard Coca, David Holcenberg, Patty Holley, Steve Hull, Jeff Juday, Linda Kerns, Linda Lopez, A Martinez, Tony Perez, Clive Revill, Pamela Winslow, etc. Directed by Jose Luis Valenzuela. Choreographed by Miguel Delgado. Songs include: "Nightmares" "The Ballad of Tiburcio Vasquez," "Yerba Mala," "Calliope," "Cave Dance," "Bandido Song," "Hi, Ho, The Ohio," "Oh, The Stars of California," "California Dreamers," "Posse Song," "Ballad of a Whore Cut Down in Her Prime," "Hanging of Tiburcio," etc.
7 Bandwagon, The : A revue by George S. Kaufman (Portrayed by Jason Robards in the 1963 biopic, "Act One") and Howard Dietz. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Produced at the Colonial Theatre (Boston - January 1932) and the New Amsterdam Theater (NYC - 1931-32) starring Fred and Adele Astaire, Frank Morgan, Helen Broderick (Mother of Broderick Crawford), Philip Loeb (Co-star of "The Goldbergs" on radio and television.), Tilly Losch, etc. Directed by Hassard Short. Choreography by Albertina Rasch. Revival at the Bucks County Playhouse (New Hope, PA - 1954) starring Roddy McDowall, Ethel Smith (Organist, most famous for her recording of "Tico Tico"), Jerome Cowan, etc. Directed by Mervyn Nelson. Choreography by Tommy Wonder. Songs include: "New Sun in the Sky," "I Love Louisa," "Dancing in the Dark," etc.
7 Banished Children of Eve : "World Premiere" by Kelly Younger (Adapted from the novel by Peter Quinn). Produced by The Irish Repertory Theatre (NYC - 2010) starring Christopher Borger, Rory Duffy, Malcolm Gets, Amber Gray, Patrice Johnson, David Lansbury (Nephew of Angela Lansbury. Husband of Ally Sheedy.), Kern McFadden, Randall Newsome, Jonny Orsini, Amanda Quaid (Daughter of Randy Quaid.), etc.
7 Banjo Eyes : Book by Quillan and Elinson (from a play by John Cecil Holm and George Abbott). Music by Vernon Duke. Lyrics by John Latouche. Produced at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1941) and The Hollywood Theatre (NYC - December 1941) starring Eddie Cantor (Portrayed by Keefe Brasselle in the 1953 biopic, "The Eddie Cantor Story"), Jacqueline Susann (Author of the novel, "Valley of the Dolls,"etc. Portrayed by Bette Midler in the 2000 biopic, "Isn't She Great".), June Clyde, Virginia Mayo, Sally and Tony De Marco, Lionel Stander, Tommy Wonder, Adele Jergens, etc. Directed by Albert Lewis. Choreography by Charles Walters. Songs include: "Banjo Eyes," "We're Having a Baby," "We'll Do It Again," etc.
7 Banker's Daughter, The : "A Comedy in Six Acts" by Bronson Howard. Various productions starring Byron Douglas, Angela Dolores, Vaughan Glaser, Charles R.Thorne, Jr., Karen Morley, Phil Leeds, etc.
7 Bannock Mystery, The : Book by Brandon Tynan ("Founded upon Arthur B. Reeve's Celebrated Detective Stories"). Produced at the Shubert Theatre (No location listed - 1915) starring Craig Kennedy ("The Scientific Detective"), Frank McGinn, Walter Thomas, Earl Schenck, etc. Produced by James K. Hackett.
7 Bar None : "The Comedy/Murder Mystery" by Rich Baker and Terry Ward. Produced at the Cable Car Theatre (San Francisco - c.1987)
7 Barbara (By J. Bart) : Book by Jean Bart (adapted from the Italian of Gennaro Mario Curci). Produced at the Shubert Wilbur Theatre (Boston - February 1931) starring Mary Nash, Rollo Peters, Herbert Braggiotti, etc. Directed by Lee Elmore.
7 Barbara (By J.K. Jerome) : "A Dramatic Episode in One Act" by Jerome K. Jerome. Produced by "The Garden Theatre (NYC) Company of Players" at the Olympic Theatre (St. Louis - April 1891) starring Isabelle Coe, Nellie Lingard, Graham Henderson, etc. Billed with "Dr. Bill" by Hamilton Aide.
7 Barbara Frietchie : "A New and Original Play in Four Acts" by Clyde Fitch. Produced at various theatres (1899-1900) starring Julia Marlowe, Katherine Wilson, Lionel Adams, etc. Directed by William Seymour.
7 Barbarians : "English version" of the Maxim Gorky play by Jeremy Brooks and Kitty Hunter Blair. Produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Barbican Centre, London (1990) starring Michael Hughes, Steven Waddington, Patrick Godfrey, Joe Melia, Judith Brydon, Simon D'Arcy, Louise Jameson, Jason Flemyng, John Kane, etc. Directed by David Jones. Music by Richard Brown.
7 Barbarossa : "Celebrated Tragedy by Dr. Brown". Produced at the Theatre Royal (Covent Garden - March 1806) and Theatre Royal ( Edinburgh - May 1823). Billed with "We Fly By Night', "The Wedding Day," and "The Innkeeper's Daughter".
7 Barbary Shore : Book by Jack Gelber. Produced by Joseph Papp at the New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theatre (NYC - 1974) starring Rip Torn (Husband of Geraldine Page), Lenny Baker, Lane Smith and Estelle Parsons. Directed Jack Gelber.
7 Barber Had Two Sons, The : Book by Thomas Duggan and James Hogan. Produced at The Playhouse (NYC - February 1943) starring Blanche Yurka, Maurice Minnick, Edit Angold, etc. Directed by Melville Burke.
8 Barchester Towers : "A Victorian Comedy" by Thomas Job (suggested by the novel of Anthony Trollope). Various productions starring Ina Claire, John Williams (Co-star of "Dial M for Murder," Midnight Lace," etc. on film. Co-star of "Family Affair," etc on televison), Eleanor Lodge, Trumbull Burton, Lee Baker, etc. Original 1937 production directed by Guthrie McClintic.
8 Barefoot Boy With Cheek : "A New Musical Comedy" by Max Shulman (from his novel). Music by Sidney Lippman. Lyrics by Sylvia Dee. Produced at the Martin Beck Theatre ( NYC - May 1947) starring Nancy Walker, Billy Redfield, Red Buttons, Nathaniel Frey, etc. Directed by George Abbott. Choreography by Richard Barstow.
8 Barefoot In Athens : Book by Maxwell Anderson. Produced at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - October 1951) starring Barry Jones, Lotte Lenya (Wife of Kurt Weill. Most famous as "Rosa Klebb" in the film, "From Russia With Love".), George Mathews, Helen Shields, etc. Directed by Alan Anderson.
8 Barefoot In The Park (2 Folders) : A comedy by Neil Simon. Various productions (1963 - 2008) starring Elizabeth Ashley, Robert Redford, Herbert Edelman, Robert Reed, Mildred Natwick, Kurt Kaszner, Penny Fuller, Stephen Pearlman, Joseph Keating, Eileen Heckart, Jules Munshin, Anthony Roberts, Judd Hirsch, Charles Korvin, Myrna Loy, Richard Benjamin, Joan Van Ark, Sandor Szabo, Lynn Bari, Joel Crothers, Ilka Chase, Christina Crawford, Joan Bennett, Virginia Mayo, Patty McCormack, Jack Mullaney, Lyle Talbot, Marlo Thomas, Daniel Massey, Robert Walden, Erik Rhodes, Virginia Irwin, Gene Touchet, Charlie Jobes, John Thomas, Barbara Whitley, Robert Moran, etc. Original 1963 production directed by Mike Nichols.
8 Bargain Day : "A Farce Comedy" produced by the Academy of Music (No Location or date) starring Godfrey Matthews, Priscilla Knowles, and Archie Curtis. Directed by Charles D. Pitt.
8 Barker, The : "A New Play of American Tent Show Life" by Kenyon Nicholson. Various productions starring Walter Huston, George W. Barbier, Claudette Colbert, Richard Bennett, Owen Davis, Jr., James Dunn, etc.
8 Barking Dogs And Bleeding Hearts : Book by Diedrea Belinda James. Produced by the Acrosstown Repertory Theatre (Gainesville, FL - No date) starring John Russell, Salina Briseno, Diedrea Belinda James, etc. Billed with "A Morning with Sophie" by Arupa Chiarini.
8 Barnum : Book by Mark Bramble. Music by Cy Coleman. Lyrics by Michael Stewart. Various productions starring Jim Dale, Glenn Close, Catherine Cox, Mary Testa, Michael Crawford, etc. Original 1980 production directed by Joe Layton. Songs include: "The Colors of My Life," "Come Follow the Band," etc.
8 Barnum Was Right : Produced by the Harvard Hasty Pudding Club (No date) starring C.L. Harrison, C. A. Clark, Jr., R.G. Payne, etc.
8 Baron Rudolph : Book by Bronson Howard. Produced at Carll's Opera House (New Haven - 1882) starring George S. Knight, Adele Bray, T.J. Jackson, etc. Directed by F.M. Kendrick.
8 Baronet And The Butterfly, The : "A Romantic Play Based On the Life of James McNeill Whistler" by Pauline Bradford Mackie and Sarah Jeffries Curry. Produced at The Stamford Theatre (New Haven - May 1924) starring O.P. Heggie, Luis Alberni, Charles Warburton, etc. Directed by Livingston Platt.
8 Barrack Room, The : "The Favorite New Musical Piece" produced at the Theatre Royal (Dublin - July 1837). Billed with "Guardians Outwitted," "Loan of a Lover," "He Would Be An Actor," and "Handsome Husband".
8 Barrel Of Money, A : Book by Herbert Hall Winslow. Produced at the Blanchard Opera House (Montpeliar, VT - April 1892) starring Carrie Lamont, Mattie Marshall, etc.
8 Barretts Of Wimpole Street, The : Book by Rudolf Besier. Various productions starring Katherine Cornell, Brian Aherne, Guthrie McCllintic (Husband of Katharine Cornell), Brenda Forbes, Ian Wolfe, Basil Rathbone, George Macready, Orson Welles, Esther Benson, Leora Dana, Susan Peters, Frank Sutton ("Sergeant Carter" on television's "Gomer Pyle USMC"), Thomas Poston (Tom Poston. - Co star of television's "To Tell The Truth," The Tonight Show," The Bob Newhart Show," Newhart," etc), Cedric Hardwicke, Joan Barry, etc.
8 Barricade : Book by Clarance Holt (adapted from Victor Hugo's "Les Miserables"). Produced at the Duke's Theate (London - No date) starring Clarence Holt, Jones Finch, May Holt, etc.
8 Barrier, The : A musical drama by Jan Meyerowitz and Langston Hughes (based on "Mulatto" by Langston Hughes). Lyrics by Langston Hughes. Music by Jan Meyerowitz. Produced at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1950) starring Lawrence Tibbett, Lorenzo Herrera, Marc Breaux, Charlotte Holloman, etc. Directed by Doris Humphrey. Choreography by Charles Weidman and Doris Humphrey.
8 Barrymore : Book by William Luce. Produced at various theatres (1996 - 97) starring Christopher Plummer and Michael Mastro. Directed by Gene Saks (Husband of Beatrice Arthur).
8 Bartholomew Fair : Book by Ben Johnson. Various productions (1988 - 2009) starring Geraldine Fitzgerald, Mark Addy, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Judith Coke, Dan Hildebrand, Mark Lockyer, Glyn Pritchard, Harry Waters, Matt Steinberg, Jennifer Paterson, Jonathan Goad, Brian Tree, Trent Pardy, Dalal Badr, Cliff Saunders, Kelli Fox, Lucy Peacock, Colin Heath, Robert King, Ian Lake, Dawson Lott, Sean Baek, Noah Reid, Skye Brandon, etc.
8 Bartleby : Book by James Hinton, Jr. and Edward Albee ("A Musical setting of Herman Melville's story"). Produced at the York Playhouse (NYC - 1961) starring Emory Bass, Roberts Blossom, Bruce McKay, etc. Directed by Bill Penn. Billed with "The American Dream" by Edward Albee.
8 Barton Mystery, The : "A Play in Three Acts and an Epilogue" by Walter Hackett. Produced at the Savoy Theatre (London - 1916) starring H. V. Esmond, Jame Lindsay, Jessie Winter, etc. Directed by Holman Clark.
8 Basic Training Of Pavlo Hummel, The : Book by David Rabe. Produced by Joseph Papp at the New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theatre (1972) starring Bob Balaban, Frank Adu, Edward Cannan, Victoria Racimo, Norman Parker, Frederick Coffin, John Walter Davis, Leonard DiSesa, Robert Lehman, Marc Flanagan, Madison Arnold, Hoshin Seki, Sloane Shelton, etc. Directed by David Rabe and Jeff Bleckner.
8 Basker, The : "A Comedy in Four Acts" by Clifford Mills. Produced at the St. James Theater ( London - 1916) starring George Alexander, Genevieve Ward, Ellen O' Malley, etc. Play produced by Sir George Alexander.
8 Bat, The : Book by Mary Roberts Rinehart and Avery Hopwood. Various productions starring May Vokes, Harry Morvil, Alma Powell, Edward Ellis, Ursula Ellsworth, Raymond Walburn, Zasu Pitts, Lucille Watson, Shepperd Strudwick, Raymond Bailey (Most famous as "Mr. Drysdale" on television's "The Beverly Hillbillies"), etc.
8 Bat Boy : "The Musical" by Keythe Farley and Brian Flemming. Music and lyrics by Laurence O' Keefe. Licensed under agreement with WEEKLY WORLD NEWS. Produced at the Union Square Theatre (NYC, 2001) starring Kaitlin Hopkins, Sean McCourt, Kerry Butler, Kathy Brier, John Treacy Egan, Daria Hardeman, Trent Armand Kendall, Jim Price, Richard Pruitt, Doug Storm, Devan May (as "Bat Boy"), etc. Directed by Scott Schwartz. Choreographed by Christopher Gattelli. Songs include: "Hold Me, Bat Boy," "Christian Charity," "Another Dead Cow," "Show You a Thing or Two," "A Home for You," "A Joyful Noise," "Apology to a Cow," etc.
8 Bat Theatre Of Moscow, The : See "Chauve-Souris" folder.
8 Bathsheba : Book by Jacques Deval. Produced at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - March 1947) starring James Mason, Pamela Kellino (Mrs. James Mason), Hildy Parks, etc. Directed by Coby Ruskin.
8 Battle, The : "The Great Play of Today" by Cleveland Moffatt. Produced at the Boston Theatre (1914) starring Wilton Lackaye, Joseph Crehan, Walter Walker, etc. Directed by William Mason.
8 Battle For Heaven : Book by Michael O' Shaughnessy and Randolph Carter. Produced by the Educational Alliance under the sponsorship of the American National Theatre and Academy (NYC - 1948) starring George Ellis, Joseph Mann, Hortense Alden (as "Mary Baker Eddy"), Joan Evans, etc. Directed by Randolph Carter.
8 Battle Of Angels : Book by Tennessee Williams. Produced by the Theatre Guild at the Wilbur Theatre (Boston - No date) starring Miraim Hopkins, Doris Dudley, Wesley Addy (Husband of Celeste Holm), etc. Directed by Margaret Webster.
8 Battle Of Bothwell Bridge, The : "The New National and Historical Drama in Five Acts" produced at the Theatre Royal (Edinburgh - 1823). Billed with "High Life Below Stairs," "Matrimony," and "The Fancy Ball at Almack's".
8 Battle Of Pultawa, The : or "The King and the Czar" produced at the Theatre Royal (Covent Garden - 1829). Billed with "The Invincibles" and "Sublime and Beautiful".
8 Battleship Gertie : A comedy by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan. Produced at the Lyceum Theatere (NYC - January 1935) starring Burgess Meredith, Horace MacMahon, Walter Baldwin, etc. Directed by Arthur Sircom.
8 Bauble Shop, The : Book by Henry Arthur Jones. Produced at the Empire Theatre (NYC - No date) starring John Drew, Elsie De Wolfe, Maud Adams, etc.
8 Bayou Flute : A musical by James Leyden and Lee Banjamin. Produced by the University of Florida Department of Music (Gainesville - 1970) starring Dale Midgette Hurd, Monte E. Kane, etc. Directed by Earl Groth.
8 Be Happy : Book by Sherman Hale. Lyrics and music by Mack Gordon. Produced at the Olympic Theatre (Cincinnati, OH - 1927) starring Walter Brown, Harry Evans, Gus Ross, etc. Directed by Walter Brown. Choreography by Billy Koud.
8 Be Your Age : "A New Comedy" by Mary Orr and Reginald Denham. Produced at the Forty-Eighth Street Theatre (NYC - January 1953) starring Conrad Nagel, Loring Smith, Hildy Parks, Lee Remick, etc. Directed by Reginald Denham.
8 Be Yourself : "The Laughing Musical Hit" by George S.Kaufman (Portrayed by Jason Robards in the 1963 bipic, "Act One") and Marc Connelly. Music by Lewis Gensler and Milton Schwarzwald. Extra lyrics by Ira Gershwin (Portrayed by Herbert Rudley in the 1945 biopic, "Rhapsody in Blue"). Produced at the Sam H. Harris Theatre (NYC - April 1925) starring Queenie Smith, Jack Donohue, Georgia Caine, etc. Directed by William Collier. Choreography by Sammy Lee. Songs include: "A Good Hand-Organ and a Sidewalk's All We Need," etc.
8 Beach Blanket Babylon : Book by Steve Silver. Produced at Club Fugazi (San Francisco - No date).
8 Beachcombers : "A Cocktail of Tropical Nonsense" by Paul Crabtree. Produced at the Royal Poinciana Playhouse (Palm Beach, FL - 1959) starring Arthur Treacher, Fernanda Montel, Carleton Carpenter, Enid Markey, Irene Kane, etc. Directed by Paul Crabtree.
8 Beacon Lights! : "The Great Realistic Melo-Drama" by H. Dewitt Young. Produced at Balnchard's Opera House (Montpelier, VT - No date) starring George Learock, John Germon, Daisy Thompson, etc.
8 Bear Leaders, The : "An Original Farcical Comedy in Four Acts" by R. C. Carton. Produced at the Comedy Theatre (London - 1912) starring Spencer Trevor, Edmund Gwenn, May Whitty, Drusilla Wills, etc. Directed by R.C. Carton.
8 Beasop's Fables : Produced at the Falmouth Playhouse (Massachusetts - July 1956) starring Beatrice Lillie, Fred Keating, John Philip, Shannon Dean, etc. Directed by John Philip.
8 Beast In Me, The : "A New Musical" by James Costigan (based on "Fables For Our Time" by James Thurber). Music by Don Elliott. Lyrics by James Costigan. Conceived by Haila Stoddard. Various productions starring Kaye Ballard, Allyn McLerie, Richard Hayes, Bert Convy, Frank McHugh, James Costigan, Nancy Haywood, Don Elliot, etc.
8 Beatlemania : "Editorial content" by Robert Rabinowitz, Bob Gill and Lynda Obst. Music and lyrics by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Produced at the Lunt Fontanne Theatre (NYC - July 1979) starring Joe Pecorino, Mitch Weissman, Leslie Fradkin, and Rick Bloom.
8 Beau Brummell : Book by Clyde Fitch. Produced at various theatres (1890-91) starring Richard Mansfield, H.G. Lonsdale,
8 Beau Gallant : "A Portrait" by Stuart Olivier. Produced at the Ritz Theatre (NYC - April 1926) starring Lionel Atwill, Leslie King, Gypsy O' Brien, etc. Directed by Clarke Silvernail.
8 Beau Jest : "A Romantic Comedy" by James Sherman. Produced at various theatres (1992 - 95) starring Larry Fleischman, Tom Hewitt, John Michael Higgins, Marilyn Chris, Lee Wallace, Alyssa Simon, William Noyes, etc. Directed by Dennis Zacek.
8 Beaucaire : Book by Booth Tarkington and Evelyn Greenleaf Sutherland. Produced at various theatres (1901) starring Richard Mansfield, Bonic Clark, A. G. Andrews, etc.
8 Beautiful Adventure The : Book by R. De Flers and A. De Caillavet.(adapted by George Egerton). Produced by Charles Frohman (No location listed - September 1914) starring Charles Cherry, Ernest Lawford, Frank Morgan (Most famous as the title role in the film, "The Wizard of Oz". Brother of Ralph Morgan.), etc.
8 Beautiful Bait, The : or "Tiao Ch'An". Produced by the Foo Hsing Theatre (presented under the auspices of The Republic of China) at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - November 1962). Directed by Tsao Chun-ling.
8 Beautiful People, The : Book by William Saroyan. Produced by William Saroyan at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - April 1941) starring Eugene Loring, Betsy Blair (Wife of Gene Kelly), Don Freeman, etc. Directed by William Saroyan.
8 Beautiful Thing : Book by Jonathan Harvey. Produced by "The Famous Door Theatre Company" at the Cherry Lane Theatre (NYC - 1999) starring Susan Bennett, Kurt Brocker, Daniel Eric Gold, Kirsten Sahs, and Matt Stinton. Directed by Gary Griffin.
8 Beauty And The Barge : Book by W.W. Jacobs and Louis N. Parker. Produced in London (No date or location listed) starring George Giddons, Kenneth Douglas, Cyril Maude, etc. Billed with "That Brute Simmons" by Arthur Morrison and Herbert C. Sargent.
8 Beauty And The Beast (Disney) : Book by Linda Woolverton. Music by Alan Menken. Lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice. Produced at various theatres (1994 - 98) starring Beth Fowler, Tom Bosley, Susan Egan, Terrence Mann, Burke Moses, Roger Befeler, Erin Dilly, Tony Lawson, Gary Beach, Lee Roy Reams, Stacey Logan, Kenny Raskin, Elmore James, Linda Talcott, David A. Wood, etc. Directed by Robert Jess Roth. Choreography by Matt West. Songs include: "Belle," "Be Our Guest," "Beauty and the Beast," etc.
8 Beauty And The Beast (Miscellaneous) : Various adaptations and productions.
8 Beauty Part, The : A comedy by S.J. Perelman. Produced at The Music Box Theatre (NYC - January 1963) starring Bert Lahr, Alice Ghostly, Larry Hagman, David Doyle, Bernie West, Patricia Englund, Charlotte Rae, etc. Directed by Noel Willman.
8 Beauty Shop, The : A musical comedy with book and lyrics by Channing Pollock and Rennold Wolf. Music by Charles J. Gebest. Produced by Cohan and Harris at the Euclid Avenue Opera House (Cleveland - 1913) starring Raymond Hitchcock, Anna Orr, Harry Hermsen, etc. Directed by R. H. Burnside. Songs include: "I Want to Look Like Lillian Russell".
8 Beauty Spot, The : "The New Musical Play" by Joseph W. Herbert. Music by Reginald De Kovan. Produced at the Herald Square Theatre (NYC - 1909) starring Jefferson De Angelis, Marguerite Clark, Frank Doane, Viola Gillette, etc. Directed by Frank Smithson.
8 Beaux' Stratagem, The : Book by George Farquhar. Various productions starring Raymond Hitchcock, Fritzi Scheff, Frances Starr, Eric Portman, Mary Mayfren, Edith Evans, Brian Aherne, Maureen Stapleton, June Havoc, Barbara Barrie, Tom Bosley, Aline MacMahon, Kent Smith, Rose Hobart, George Macready, Derek Jacobi, Maggie Smith, etc.
8 Because She Loved Him So : Book by William Gillette (adapted from the French of Bisson and Leclercq). Various productions (1899-1905) starring Edwin Arden, Leonora Braham, Frances Comstock, Francis Carlyle, Charles Mackay, etc.
8 Becket : Book by Jean Anouilh. Various productions starring Laurence Olivier, Anthony Quinn, Marie Powers, Louis Zorich (Husband of Olympia Dukakis), Paul Eddington, Robert Lang, Christopher Plummer, Eric Porter, Diana Rigg, Tod Andrews, Donald Davis, Edward Winter, Katherine Ross, Ray Danton, Ross Martin, Arthur Kennedy, etc. Original 1961 Broadway presentation produced by David Merrick.
8 Becket/Albee : Book by Edward Albee. Produced at the Century Center for the Performing Arts (NYC - 2003) starring Marian Seldes, Brian Murray, Delphi Harrington and Peter Kybart. Directed by Lawrence Sacharow.
8 Becky Sharp : "A Play in Four Acts" by Langdon Mitchell (Founded on Thackeray's "Vanity Fair"). The Minnie Maddern Fiske (Mrs. Fiske) play (1899-1911) produced at various theatres (with cast changes). The production stars Mrs Fiske, Tyrone Power (father of the film star), Maurice Barrymore (Patriach of the Barrymore family), Otto Meyer, Frank Gillmore, George Arliss, etc. Other represented productions star Marie Tempest, Granville Barker, Otis Skinner, Mary Ellis, etc.
8 Beclch : "World Premiere" by Rochelle Owens. Produced by The Southwark Theatre Company at the Theatre of the Living Arts, NYC (December, 1966) as part of the third season "American Retrospective" starring Philip Baker Hall (Most famous as "Bookman, the Library Cop" on "Seinfeld"), George Bartenieff, Ed Bernard, Kevin Coleman, Marilyn Coleman, Jerome Dempsey, Dan Dietrich, Sharon Gans, Ronald Rosten, Lois Smith, Sonny Streater, Arthur Hall, Vangie Brown, George Cannon, Robert Crowder, Karen Steptoe, etc. Directed by Andre Gregory.Music by Teijo Ito. Dances by the Afro-American Dance Ensemble.
8 Bed Before Yesterday, The : Book by Ben Travers. Various productions (1976-80) starring John Moffat, Joan Plowright (Wife of Laurence Olivier), June Barrie, David Stoll, Sheila Hancock, Jonathan Cecil, Susie Blake, etc.
8 Bedroom Farce : Book by Alan Ayckbourn. Various productions starring Polly Adams, Joan Hickson, Michael Gough, June Lockhart, Tom Ewell, Jill Haworth, Michael Denison, Dulcie Gray, Timothy Davies, Carol Frazer, Geoffrey Leesley, Pamela Moiseiwitsch, Ian Price, Marilyn Taylerson, etc. Original London and Broadway productions (1977-79) directed by Alan Ayckbourn and Peter Hall.
8 Bedsitting Room, The : Book by John Antrobus and Spike Milligan. Produced at the Mermaid Theatre (London - 1963) starring Spike Milligan, Graham Stark, John Bluthal, Valentine Dyall, Barry Humphries, etc. Directed by John Antrobus and Spike Milligan.
8 Bedtime For Ali Baba : "A New Comedy in Two Acts" by Kennedy Kane. Produced at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1936) starring Jimmy Savo, Bramwell Fletcher, Ruth Gilbert, etc. Directed by Melville Burke.
8 Bedtime Story : One Act Play by Sean O' Casey (Portrayed by Rod Taylor in the 1965 biopic, "Young Cassidy").Various productions starring Barry Birch, Del Tenney, Dick O' Neill, etc. Billed with "Portrait of a Madonna" by Tennessee Williams, "Man of Destiny" by George Bernard Shaw, and "Androcles and the Lion" by George Bernard Shaw.
8 Bee Hive, The : "A New Musical Farce" produced in Great Britain (c.1815). Billed with"George Barnwell".
8 Beehive : Created by Larry Gallagher. Various productions starring Amy Coleman, Patty Darcy, B. J. Jefferson, Hope Boynton, Rebekah Durham, etc. A tribute to the "girl groups" of the late 1950s and early 1960s. Songs include: "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow," "The Name Game," "One Fine Day," etc.
8 Beekman Place : "A New Comedy" by Samuel Taylor. Produced at various theatres ( Boston and NYC - 1964) starring Fernand Gravet, Arlene Francis (Regular panelist on the television game show, "What's My Line?". Wife of Martin Gabel.), Leora Dana, George Coulouris, Laurence Luckinbill (Husband of Lucie Arnaz), Mary Grace Canfield (Most famous as "Ralph Monroe" on television's "Green Acres") and Carol Booth. Directed by Samuel Taylor.
8 Bees And The Flowers, The : "A New Comedy" by Frederick Kohner and Albert Mannheimer. Produced at the Cort Theatre (NYC - September 1946) starring Russell Hardie, Barbara Robbins, Joyce Van Patten (Co-star of televison's "The Danny Kaye Show".Sister of Dick Van Patten. Wife of Martin Balsam.), Rosemary Rice, Sybil Stocking, Michael Dreyfuss, etc. Directed by Albert Mannheimer.
8 Beethoven : Book by Dorothy B. Bland. Produced at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 19520 starring Sorrell Booke, Paul Newman (as "Ludwig Van Beethoven"), Franz Coreth, etc. Directed by Frank McMullan.
8 Beethoven's Tenth : "A New Comedy" by Peter Ustinov. Two productions (cast changes - 1983-84) presented at the Center Theatre Group Music Center - Ahmanson Theatre (Los Angeles - October 1983) and Nederlander Theatre (NYC - 1984) starring Peter Ustinov, Fritz Weaver, Mary Jay, Brad O' Hare, Adam Redfield, George Rose, Neil Flanagan, etc. Both productions directed by Robert Chetwyn.
9 Before And After : "A Farce Comedy in Three Acts" by Leo Dietrichstein. Various productions starring Fritz Williams, Ralph Kellard, Vaughan Glaser, etc.
9 Before Morning : "A Melodrama" by Edna and Edward P. Riley. Produced at the Ritz Theatre (NYC - February 1933) starring Maud Turner, Jessie Royce Landis, John Litel, etc. Directed by William B. Friedlander.
9 Before You're 25 : "A Play in Three Acts" by Kenyon Nicholson. Produced at Maxine Elliott's Theatre (NYC - April 1929) starring Josephine Hull (Most famous as the co-star of "Arsenic and Old Lace" and "Harvey" on stage and film), Fritz Williams, Harriet Donovan, etc.
9 Beggar On Horseback : Book by George S. Kaufman (Portrayed by Jason Robards in the 1963 biopic, "Act One") and Marc Connelly. Various productions starring Lee Savage, Grace Moore (Portrayed by Kathryn Grayson in the 1953 biopic, "So This is Love"), Lillian Moore, Roland Young (Most famous as the star of the "Topper" film series), George W. Barbier, Spring Byington (Most famous as the star of television's "December Bride"), Osgood Perkins (Father of Anthony Perkins), Richard Barbee, Biff McGuire, Susan Watson, Leonard Frey, etc.
9 Beggar Student, The : Book by Carl Milloecker. Various productions starring J.K. Murray, Teresa Gerson, Margit Bokor, etc.
9 Beggars Are Coming To Town : Book by Theodore Reeves. Produced at the Coronet Theatre (NYC - October 1945) starring Paul Kelly, Luther Adler, Dorothy Comingore, E. G. Marshall, Arthur Hunnicutt, etc. Directed by Harold Clurman.
9 Beggar's Holiday : Book and lyrics by John Latouche. Music by Duke Ellington. Produced at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - February 1947) starring Alfred Drake, Zero Mostel, Avon Long, etc. Directed by Nicholas Ray (Husband of Gloria Grahame). Choreography by Valerie Betis. Songs include: "When I Walk With You', "The Scrimmage of Life', etc.
9 Beggar's Opera, The : Book by John Gay. Various productions starring Charles Magrath, Arthur Wynn, Scott Russell, Shirley Jones, Jack Cassidy (Husband of Shirley Jones), Paula Laurence, George S. Irving, George Gaynes, Maria Karnilova, Oliver Cliff, Ron Faber, Guy Paul, Tom Hegg, James Hartman, Peter MacNIcol, Barbara Byrne, David Canary, Michael Damon, Donald Buka, Amy Nissen, Gordon Oas-Heim, etc.
9 Begum, The : "The Hindoo Comic Opera" by Reginald DeKoven. Music by H. B. Smith. Produced at the Chicago Opera House (1888) starring DeWolf Hopper (Husband of Hedda Hopper. Father of William Hopper.), Digby Bell, Mathilde Cottrelly, etc.
9 Behanding in Spokane, A : Book by Martin McDonagh. Produced at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, NYC (2010) starring Christopher Walken, Sam Rockwell, Anthony Mackie, Zoe Kazan (Daughter of screenwriter, Nicholas Kazan and actress Robin Swicord. Granddaughter of Oscar-winning film and theatre director, Elia Kazan.), Dashiell Eaves, Glenn Fleshler, Tory Kittles and Meredith Forlenza. Directed by John Crowley.
9 Behavior Of Mrs. Crane, The : Book by Harry Segall. Produced at the Earl Carroll Theatre (NYC - April 1928) starring Margaret Lawrence, Walter Connolly, Stapleton Kent, etc. Directed by Bertram Harrison.
9 Behind The Broken Words : Produced by The California Experience at Theatre Vanguard (Los Angeles - February 1977) starring Roscoe Lee Browne and Anthony Zerbe.
9 Behold The Bride : Book by Jacques Deval. Produced at the Shaftesbury Theatre (London - c.1940) starring Luise Rainer, Jack Lambert, Evelyn Roberts, etc. Directed by Richard Bird.
9 Behold the Bridegroom : Book by George Kelly. Produced at the Cort Theatre (NYC - January 1928) starring Judith Anderson (by arrangement with David Belasco), Thurston Hall, Kenneth Lawton, etc. Directed by George Kelly (Uncle of Grace Kelly).
9 Behold, We Live : Book by John Van Druten. Produced at the St. James' Theatre (London - 1932) starring May Whitty, Gertrude Lawrence (Portrayed by Julie Andrews in the 1968 biopic, "Star"), Ronald Ward, etc. Directed by Norman Loring.
9 Believe Me, Xantippe : "A Play in Four Acts" by Frederick Ballard. Various productions starring John Barrymore (Portrayed by Erroll Flynn in the 1957 biopic, "Too Much, Too Soon"), Henry Hull ("The Werewolf of London" on film), Frank Wilcox, etc.
9 Believers, The : "The Black Experience in Song" by Josephine Jackson and Joseph A. Walker. Music by Benjamin Carter, Dorothy Dinroe, Josephine Jackson, Anje Ray and Ron Steward. Lyrics by Benjamin Carter, Dorothy Dinroe, Josephine Jackson, Anje Ray, Ron Steward and Joseph A. Walker. Produced by Jesse DeVore and Harold L. Oram in association with Gustav Heninburg at the Cherry Lane Theatre (NYC - c. 1968) starring Benjamin Carter, Josephine Jackson, Veronica Redd, Barry Hemphill, James Wright, Inez Kerr, etc. Directed by Barbara Ann Teer and Louis Johnson.
9 Belinda : An "April Folly' by A.A. Milne. Produced at the Copley Theatre (Boston - November 1923) starring Violet Paget, May Ediss, Alan Mowbray, E.E.Clive, etc. Billed with the one-act play "The Stepmother" by A. A. Milne.
9 Bell, Book And Candle : "The Celebrated Comedy Success" by John van Druten. Various productions starring Rex Harrison, Lilli Palmer (Wife of Rex Harrison), Scott McKay, Jean Adair (Co-star of "Arsenic and Old Lace" on stage and film), Larry Gates, Rosalind Russell, Dennis Price, William, Windom, Lana Turner, Barry Sullivan, Viveca Lindfors, Dorothy Sands, Claire Luce, Joan Bennett, Zachary Scott, Alexis Smith, Victor Jory, Rita Gam, Hugh Marlowe, Lee Wallace, etc. Original 1951 Production directed by John van Druten
9 Bell For Adano, A : Book by Paul Osborn (based on John Hersey's Novel). Produced at the Cort Theatre (NYC - January 1945) starring Fredric March, Margo (Wife of Eddie Albert), Everett Sloane, Harold J. Stone, etc. Directed by H.C. Potter.
9 Bella Donna : Book by James Bernard Fagan (based on the novel by Robert Hichens). Various productions starring Nazimova, Herbert Percy, George Alexander, etc.
9 Bellamy The Magnificent : "A Social Extravaganza in Five Acts" by Roy Horniman. Produced at the New Theatre (London - October 1908) starring Charles Wyndham, Paul Arthur, Kate Cutler, etc.
9 Belle Helene, La : or "The Glamour Girl of Troy" (based on the Operetta by Jacques Offenbach and A.P. Herbert). Music by Herbert Kingsley. Produced at the Westport Country Playhouse (CT - 1941) starring Ann Brown, Hamtree Harrington, Avon Long, etc. Directed by Stewart Chaney. Choreography by Demtrios Vilan and Felicia Sorel. Songs include: "Is This the Face That Launched a Thousand Ships?".
9 Belle Of Amherst, The : "A New Play Based on the Life of Emily Dickinson" by William Luce. Various productions (1976 - 2000) starring Julie Harris, Patricia Dolan Gross, etc. Original 1976 production directed by Charles Nelson Reilly.
9 Belle Of Avenue A, The : "The New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Harry Williams and Aaron Hoffman. Music by Egbert Van Alstyne, Produced at the Grand Opera House (NYC - No date) starring Elfie Fay ("Broadway's Favorite Comedienne"), Hal Clements, Maud Earl, etc. Songs include: "You're The Candy," "The Cobweb Man," "The Hurdy Gurdy Man," etc.
9 Belle Of Bohemia, The : "New Musical Farce" by Harry B. Smith. Music by Ludwig Englander. Produced at The Casino Theatre (NYC - October 1900) starring Sam Bernard, Dick Bernard, Virginia Earl, etc. Directed by George W. Lederer.
9 Belle Of Bond Street, The : "An Up-to-date version of 'The Girl from Key's' " by Owen Hall and Howard Atteridge. Music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton. Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Claude Aveling. Produced at various theatres (1914) starring Sam Bernard, Ina Claire, Mildred Elaine, etc. Directed by Jack Mason. Songs include: "Who Paid the Rent for Mrs. Rip Van Winkle," "The Turkey Trotting Boy," etc.
9 Belle Of Brittany, The : "The London Musical Success" by Leedham Bantock and P.J. Barrow. Music by Howard Talbot and Mary Horne. Produced at the Colonial Theatre (Cleveland - May 1910) starring Frank Daniels, Frank Rushworth, Elsa Ryan, etc. Directed by Frank Smithson. Songs include: "The Trysting Tree," "The Girl With Clocking on Her Stocking," etc.
9 Belle Of Mayfair, The : "An Original Musical Comedy" by Charles H.E. Brookfield and Cosmo Hamilton. Music by Leslie Stuart (author of "Floradora"). Produced at various theatres (1906-07) starring Edna May, Sam Walsh, Farren Soutar, May Hobson, Viola Bowers, Rose Beatrice Winter, Ignacio Martinetti, Van Rensselaer Wheeler, etc. Directed by Thomas W. Ryley. Songs include:" I'm A Military Man," "Why Do They Call Me A Gibson Girl?" etc.
9 Belle Of New York, The : Book by Hugh Morton. Music by Gustav Kerker. Produced at various theatres (1897-1905) starring Edna May, Dan Daly, Joseph Kane, Frank Lawton, Laura Witt, Harry Davenport, George W. Barbier, etc. Songs include: "The Anti-Cigarette Song," "When A Man Is Twenty-One," She Is the Belle of New York," "Take Me Down to Coney Island," "On the Beach at Narragansett," "At Ze Naughty Folies Bergere," etc.
9 Belle Of Quakertown, The : Book by Aaron Hoffman. Music and lyrics by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby. Produced at various theatres (1924) starring Eddie Buzzell, Helen Ford, Ona Munson (Most famous as "Belle Watling" in the film "Gone WIth the Wind"), Frank Parker (Co -star of "Arthur Godfrey and Friends"), etc. Directed by John Meehan. Choreography by Larry Ceballos. Songs include: "Look Out For Us Broadway," "After the Curfew Rings," etc.
9 Belle Of Richmond, The : "A Play in Four Acts" by Sidney B. Toler. Produced at the Wieting Theatre (Syracuse - July 1912) staring Ralph Kellard, Drew A. Morton, Albert Sackett, etc. Directed by Drew A. Morton. "A beautiful autographed souvenir photograph of Mr. Albert Sackett will be presented to every lady attending the performance next Monday evening."
9 Belles Of The Kitchen : Produced at the Academy Of Music (Chicago - 1873) starring Jessie Vokes, Victoria Vokes, Rosina Vokes, Fred Vokes and Fawdon Vokes.
9 Belle's Stratagem, The : Produced at various theatres throughout Great Britain (1810-1843).
9 Bells, The : or "The Polish Jew" by Erckmann-Chatrian (adapted by Leopold Lewis). Various productions (1887-1933) starring Henry Irving, Beatrice Irwin, Ellen Terry, Thomas E. Shea, Grace Atwell, Joseph Haworth, Martin Harvey, Cyril Dane, etc.
9 Bells Are Ringing (2 Folders) : Book and Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Music by Jule Styne. Various productions starring Judy Holliday, Sydney Chaplin (Son of Charles Chaplin), Jean Stapleton, Eddie Lawrence ("The Old Philisopher"), Frank Aletter, Heywood Hale Broun (CBS sports commentator and reporter), Faith Prince, Dick Latessa, Joyce Van Patten, Alan Campbell, Sara Dillon, Vincent Beck, Yolanda Bartoli, Jane Morgan, Sammy Smith, George S. Irving, Peter Gennaro, Jack Weston, Peggy Cass, Alice Pearce, Phil Leeds, Gordon and Sheila MacRae, David Doyle, Julie Wilson, Larry Parks, Betty Garrett (Wife of Larry Parks), Julius La Rosa (Co-star of "Arthur Godfrey and Friends," etc), etc. Original 1958 production directed by Jerome Robbins. Original choreography by Jerome Robbins and Bob Fosse. Songs include: "Long Before I Knew You," "Just in Time," "The Party's Over," etc.
9 Bells Of Hell, The : "A New Comedy" by John Mortimer. Produced at the Garrick Theater (London - September 1977) starring Tony Britton, Peter Woodthorpe, Phyllida Law, Lesley Duff, Derek Thompson and Trevor Baxter. Directed by John Tydeman.
9 Bells Of Shandon, The : "The Picturesque Irish Comedy-Drama" by John J. McGinniss. Various productions (1885-96) starring John T. Hinds, Ivian Lawrence, James W. Reagan, Helen Bell, etc.
9 Beloved Emma : Book by Elizabeth Morgan. Produced at the British Embassy Rotunda (Washington, DC - October 1979). A one woman show based on the life of Emma Hamilton, the wife of Lord Nelson.
9 Ben Franklin in Paris : Book and lyrics by Sidney Michaels. Music by Mark Sandrich, Jr. Produced at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (NYC - November 1964) starring Robert Preston, Ulla Sallert, Oliver Clark, Susan Watson, etc. Directed and choreographed by Michael Kidd. Songs include: "To Be Alone With You," "You're In Paris," etc.
9 Ben Hur : Book by General Lew Wallace. Various adaptations and productions starring Richard Buhler, William Farnum, Franklin Pangborn, Marion Stearns, W.S. Hart, Thomas Holding, Emmett Corrigan, Edward Morgan, etc.
9 Ben-My-Chree : "A Story of the Isle of Man" by Hall Caine and Wilson Barrett. Produced at the Fifth Avenue Theatre (NYC - November 1889) starring Wilson Barrett, George Barrett, Owen Cooper, etc. Directed by Wilson Barrett.
9 Benefactors : Book by Michael Frayn. Produced at the Vaudeville Theatre, London (1984 -85) starring Polly Adams, Clive Francis, Jan Waters, Glyn Frain, Patricia Hodge, Oliver Cotton, Tim Pigott-Smith and Brenda Blethyn. Directed by Michael Blakemore.
9 Benefit Of The Doubt, The : "A New Comedy in Three Acts" by Arthur W. Pinero. Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - January 1896) starring Herbert Kelcey, Walter S. Hale, Fritz Williams, Edward Wilks, etc. Directed by Fred Williams.
9 Benjamin Franklin, Citizen : "Entire production conceived by Mr.(Fred) Wayne" (Based on suggested material by Professor Leonard Labaree - Editor of The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Yale University). Produced at the Iver Theatre (Hollywood, CA - October 1966) starring Fredd Wayne.
9 Bent : Book by Martin Sherman. Various productions (1979-80) starring Richard Gere, David Dukes, Ron Randall, George Hall, James Remar, Gregory Salata, Ian McKellen, Jeff Rawle, Tom Bell, Michael York, Jeffrey DeMunn, Dennis Boutsikaris, etc.
9 Bequest To The Nation, A : Book by Terrence Rattigan. Produced at the Theatre Royal Haymarket (London - 1970) starring Zoe Caldwell, Ian Holm, Leueen MacGrath, Michael Aldridge, etc. Directed by Peter Glenville.
9 Berenice : Book by Racine. Produced at the Theatre d' Union Culturelle (Paris - 1960) starring Jacques Eyser, Jenny Forest, Derge Bossac, etc. Directed by Jacques Eyser.
9 Berkeley Square : Book by John L. Balderston. Produced at various theatres (1929-30) starring Leslie Howard, Irene Howard, Margalo Gillmore, Fritz Williams, etc.
9 Berlin Is Mine : "An Exploratory Staged Reading of a New Musical Play" with book and lyrics by Barry Alan Grael. Music by Richard B. Chodosh. This is a "Working title" for the play produced by The Friends of Music Theatre of Lincoln Center (NYC - No date) starring John Felton, Jerry Orbach, Roy Poole, Dolph Sweet, etc. Directed by Joseph Hardy.
9 Berlin To Broadway With Kurt Weill : Book by Gene Lerner (Adapted by Jack Allison and Fred Kolo). Music by Kurt Weill. Lyrics by Maxwell Anderson, Marc Blitzstein, Bertolt Brecht, Ira Gershwin, Ogden Nash, Langston Hughes, Alan Jay Lerner, etc. Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami, FL - 1998) starring Mike Burstyn, Joy Franz, Michaeil Babin, Marilyn Caskey and Martin Vidnovic. Directed and choreographed by Jack Allison. Songs include: "Mack the Knife," "Bilbao Song," "Surabaya Johnny," "Pirate Jenny," "The Saga of Jenny," "My Ship," "Tchaikovsky (and Other Russians)," "September Song," "Lost in the Stars," etc.
9 Bermuda Avenue Triangle : Book by Renee Taylor and Joseph Bologna (Husband and wife). Various productions (1995 - 97) starring Beatrice Arthur, Renee Taylor, Joseph Bologna, Cliff Norton, Nanette Fabray, Ronnie Farer, Priscilla Shanks and Manny Kleinmuntz. Directed by Kenneth Frankel and Danny Daniels. Originally produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse in Miami, Florida (1995).
9 Bernadine : "A New Comedy" by Mary Chase. Various productions starring John Kerr, Warren Berlinger, Johnny Stewart, Jerry Whitely, Bob Dolan, etc. Original 1953 production directed by Guthrie McClintic.
9 Bertram : or "The Castle of St. Aldobrand" by the Reverend R.C. Maturin. Produced at the Theatre Royal Liverpool (1932). Billed with "The Happiest Day of My Life," "The Warden of Galway" and "Victorine".
9 Beside The Sea : Book by Brian Jefferies (A Harris Trust Playwriting Competition Entry). Produced at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre Royal (March 1981) starring Bill Wallis, Barbara Young, Ian Mackenzie, June Barrie, etc. Directed by Anthony Cornish.
9 Best Cellar, The : "A Comedy in Three Acts" by Claire Williams. Produced by The Yale University School of the Fine Arts/The Department of Drama (New Haven - 1926) starring Elizabeth James, Mary Louise White, Alma Lind Randall, etc. Directed by George P. baker.
9 Best Foot Forward : Book by John Cecil Holm. Music and lyrics by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane. Various productions starring Rosemary Lane (Sister of Lola Lane,Priscilla Lane, etc), Kenneth Bowers, Tommy Dix, June Allyson, Nancy Walker, Buster Davis, Liza Minnelli, Paula Wayne, Ronald Walken (Christopher Walken), Shirley Jones, Marilyn Cantor, Magda Gabor (Sister of Eva adn Zsa Zsa Gabor. Wife of George Sanders.), Carol Lawrence (Orignal star of the stage production of "West Side Story". Wife of Robert Goulet.), Gil Stratton, Jr., etc. Original 1941 production produced and directed by George Abbott. Original choreography by Gene Kelly. Songs include: "The Three B's," "Everytime," "Buckle Down Winsocki," etc.
9 Best Laid Plans : Book by Gwen Davis. Produced at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Edward Woodward, Marian Hailey, Kenneth Mars, Cynthia Harris and Polly Rowles. Directed by Paul Bogart.
9 Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public, The : "A New Musical Comedy" (sequel to "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas") by Larry L. King and Peter Masterson. Music and lyrics by Carol Hall. Produced at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (NYC - 1994) starring Dee Hoty, Ronn Carroll, Scott Holmes, etc. Directed by Peter Masterson and Tommy Tune. Choreography by Jeff Calhoun and Tommy Tune. Songs include: "Nothin' Like a Picture Show," "Brand New Start," "Change in Me," etc.
9 Best Little Whorehouse In Texas, The : Book Larry L. King and Peter Masterson. Music and lyrics by Carol Hall. Various productions starring Henderson Forsythe, Carlin Glynn, Delores Hall, Larry L. King, David Shelton, Thomas West, Susan Crouse, Alexis Smith, Larry Hovis (Co-star of television's "Hogan's Heroes"), Jay Garner, June Terry, T. Ray Ray Rogers, Kevin Cooney, Richard Kennedy, Gail Baumann, Cookie Burke, Zack Calder, Jeff Cole, Jake Cross, Maureen Degan, Gina England, Tom Ferreira, Amanda F. Franz, B. Thomas Fuson, Michelle Geering, Savannah Hirst, John LaPaille, Rebekah Leppert, Daniel Link, Jessica Mongerio, Miranda M. Morris, Melody Murphy, Ken Noble, Danielle Posner, Bill Roughton, Melanie Tarter, Caleb Ariel Velez, Johnny Wasion, Jonathan "Jonny" Wiliams, etc. Original 1978 production directed by Peter Masterson and Tommy Tune. Choreography by Tommy Tune. Songs include: "20 Fans," "The Sidestep," "Hard Candy Christmas," etc.
10 Best Man, The : "A New Play" by Gore Vidal. Various productions starring Melvyn Douglas, Lee Tracy, Frank Lovejoy, Ruth McDevitt, Graham Jarvis, Leon Ames, William Gargan, Gene Raymond, Elisabeth Fraser (Wife of Ray MccDonald), Don Porter, Scott Brady (Brother of Lawrence Tierney), Victor Jory, Scott McKay, James Westerfield, E.G. Marshall, Kevin McCarthy, Shepperd Strudwick, Charles Durning, Spalding Gray, Chris Noth, Elizabeth Ashley, Christine Ebersole, Michael Learned, Ed Dixon, Jordan Lage, Michael Rudko, Walter Cronkite ("as the Voice of the Commentator"), Jonathan Hadary, James Earl Jones, John Larroquette, Cybill Sheperd, John Stamos, Kristin Davis, Jefferson Mays, Mark Blum, Elizabeth Ashley, Curtis Billings, Corey Brill, Tony Carlin, Dakin Matthews, etc.
10 Best Of Steinbeck, The : Book by Reginald D. Lawrence (adapted for the stage from the works of John Steinbeck). Produced for the Florida State University Artist Series (Tallahassee - 1956) starring Constance Bennett, Tod Andrews, Frank McHugh and Robert Strauss. Directed by Elliot Silverstein.
10 Best People, The : "A Comedy in Three Acts" by David Gray and Avery Hopwood. Various productions (c.1924) starring Margaret Dale, Gavin Muir, William Valentine, Helen Blair, Frank Wilcox, Dorothy Holmes, Ruth Abbott, Ian Hunter, Olga Lindo, etc.
10 Best Sellers : Book by Dorothy Cheston Bennett (adapted from Edouard Bourdet's "Vient De Paraitre"). Produced at various theatres (1933) starring Peggy Wood (Star of television's "I Remember Mama". Co-star of "The Sound of Music" on film.), Ernest Truex, Ian Keith, George Coulouris, Rex O' Malley, Alan Marshall, etc. Directed by F. Cowles Strickland.
10 Best Years : Book by Raymond Van Sickle. Produced at the Bijou Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Katherine Alexander, Harvey Stephens, Jean Adair, etc. Directed by Priestly Morrison.
10 Bete, La : Book by David Hirson. Produced at The Music Box Theatre (NYC - 2010) starring Mark Rylance, David Hyde Pierce, Joanna Lumley, Greta Lee, Stephen Quimette, Lisa Joyce, Robert Lonsdale, Michael Milligan, Steve Routman, etc. Directed by Matthew Warchus. Music by Claire van Kampen.
10 Betrayal : Book by Harold Pinter. Various productions starring Michael Gambon, Penelope Wilton, Daniel Massey (Son of Raymond Massey), Caroline Kava, Sean Griffin, Munson Hicks, Eleanor Bron, Robert O' Mahoney, Bruce Cornwell, Gregory Hausch, Mary Hausch, William Lyman, Jennifer Leak, etc.
10 Betrothal, The : Book by Maurice Maeterlinck (translation by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos). Produced at various theatres (1918-19) starring Gladys George, Reginald Sheffield, June Walker, Boots Wooster, Lillian Roth,
10 Betsy (By F.C. Burnard) : Book by F.C. Burnard. Produced at the Columbia Theatre (No location or date listed) starring Guy Standing, George Gaston, Fuller Mellish, etc. Directed by Ira A. Hards.
10 Betsy (By I. Caesar) : Book by Irving Caesar and David Freedman. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart (Rodgers and Hart were portrayed by Tom Drake and Mickey Rooney in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld at the New Amsterdam Theatre (NYC - January 1927) starring Belle Baker, William Scellery, Pauline Hoffman, Jimmy Hussey, Dan Healy, Borrah Minnevitch and His Harmonica Symphony Orchestra, etc. Directed by Sammy Lee. Songs include: "Blue Skies" ("Specially written for Miss Belle Baker by Mr. Irving Berlin")., "My Missus," "In Our Palace on the Third Floor Back," etc.
10 Betsy (By K. Chambers) : Book by Kellett Chambers. Produced at the Garrick Theatre (NYC - 1911) starring Grace La Rue, Edwin Stanley, Myrtle Jersey, etc. Directed by Edward Eisner. Songs include: "First Gray Hair," "The Day Before the Morning After," "Snoop, Snoop," etc.
10 Betsy Baker : "The Musical Extravaganza" produced by The Hartford Opera Company (1885) starring Henry F. Trask, V.P. Marwick, H.W. Hatfield, etc.
10 Better Late : "A New Revue" by Leslie Julian Jones. Produced at the Garrick Theatre (London - No date) starring Beatrice Lillie, Virginia Winter, George Benson, etc. Choreography and ensembles by William Chappell. Songs include: "Frankie and Johnny," "Triplets" (by Dietz and Schwartz), "Toast Melba" (by Phipps and Wright), "Give My Love to London" (Morgan, McDermott and Wright), etc.
10 Better 'Ole, The : or "The Romance of Old Bill" ("A fragment from France in Two Explosions, Seven Splinters and a Short Gas Attack") by Captain Bruce Bairnsfather and Captain Arthur Elliot. Music composed, selected and arranged by Herman Darewski and Percival Knight. Various productions (1918-19) starring Charles Coburn (and Mrs. Coburn - Ivah Wills Coburn), Edwin Taylor, Lillian Spencer, De Wolf Hopper, etc. Songs include: "That Trip Across the Rhine," "We Wish We Were in Blighty," "When You Look in the Heart of a Rose," etc.
10 Better Times : "A Mammoth Musical Spectacle" by R.H. Burnside. Music by Raymond Hubbell. Produced at the Hippodrome (NYC - No date) starring Archie Leach (Cary Grant), Ellen Rose, Gracialita, Robert McClellan, Sylvia Stone, Orlando and His Wonderful Horses, The Three Bobs, Power's Dancing Elephants, etc. Choreography by William Holbrook and Mademoiselle Mantova. Songs include "Blowing Bubbles All Day Long," "I Dreamt I Went To The Grand Opera Ball," "Just A Fan," "My Golden Dream Ship," etc.
10 Better Understanding, The : Book by A.E. Thomas and Clayton Hamilton. Produced at the Stamford Theatre (CT - December 1917) to Benefit the "Stamford Chapter American Red Cross starring Henry Miller, Lucille Watson, Francis Byrne, Cyril Keightley, etc. Directed by Bertram Harrison.
10 Better Way, The : Book by Eugene Walter. Produced at the Euclid Avenue Opera House (Cleveland - October 1914) starring Charlotte Walker, Virginia Allen, Byron Beasley, etc. Directed by Eugene Walter.
10 Betty's Summer Vacation : Book by Christopher Durang. Produced at Playwrights Horizona (NYC - April 1999) starring Kellie Overbey, Guy Boyd, Geneva Carr, Nat DeWolf, Troy Sostillio, etc. Directed by Nicholas Martin.
10 Between Friends : "An Intimate Revue" by Charles Gaynor. Lyrics and music by Charles Gaynor. Produced at The Playhouse (Pittsburgh - 1953) starring William Putch (Husband of Jean Stapleton), Robert Barnett, Mariana Boss, Lu Berry, etc. Choreography by Frank Wagner. Songs include: "Romantic'lly Inclined," "Angelina," "Man in the Moon," etc.
10 Between The Devil : Book, music and lyrics by Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz. Produced at various theatres (1937) starring Jack Buchanan ("The British Fred Astaire" portrayed by Garrett Lewis in the 1968 biopic, "Star"), Evelyn Laye, Adele Dixon, Charles Walters, Vilma Ebsen (Sister of Buddy Ebsen), Leo G. Carroll, etc. Directed by Hassard Short. Choreography by Robert Alton. Songs include: "I See Your Face Before Me," "Triplets," "By Myself," etc.
10 Between The Lines : "The New Harvard-Radcliffe Prize Play" by Charlotte Chorpenning. Produced at the Castle Square Theatre (Boston - 1916) starring Al Roberts, Vida Croley Sidney, Donald Meek, etc. Directed by John Craig, Mary Young and Charlotte Chorpenning.
10 Between Two Thieves : Book by Warner Burleigh (adapted from Diego Fabbri's "Processo A Gesu"). Various productions starring Muni Seroff, James Tolkan, Ford Rainey, Eugene Roche, Joyce Van Patten, W. P. Remak, John Johns, Stanley Harrison, etc.
10 Between Two Worlds : "A Play in Nine Scenes" by Elmer Rice. Produced at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - November 1934) starring Joseph Schildkraut, Rachel Hartzell, Ned Glass, Joie Brown, Jr., Rose Burdick, etc. Directed by Elmer Rice.
10 Beaulah Spa, The : "A Burletta in Two Acts" by Charles Dance. Produced at various theatres in Great Britain (1836-42). Billed with "A Day in Paris," "Richard the Third," and "The Siamese Twins".
10 Beverly's Balance : "A Comedy" by Paul Kester. Produced at the Euclid Avenue Opera House (Cleveland - May 1915) starring Margaret Anglin, William Boyd ("Hopalong Cassidy"), Ruth Holt Boucicault, Howard Lindsey, etc. Directed by Robert Milton.
10 Beware Of Widows : "A Three Act Comedy" by Owen Davis. Produced at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse - March 1926) starring Frank Wilcox, Hal Thompson, Frank McDonald, etc. Directed by Russell Senior.
10 Bewitched : "A Love Story" by Edward Sheldon in collaboration with Sidney Howard. Produced at the National Theatre (NYC - October 1924) starring Glenn Anders, Robert Forsythe, Florence Eldridge (Wife of Fredric March), etc. Directed by John Cromwell (Father of James Cromwell).
10 Beyond Desire : "A Play With Music" by Constance Loux (Based on the life of Felix Mendelssohn - adapted from the novel by Pierre La Mure). Produced at Theatre Four (NYC - c.1967) starring Franchot Tone, Betsy von Furstenberg, Ethel Smith (Organist - most famous for her recording of "Tico Tico"), Jay Barney, etc. Directed by Jean Dalrymple.
10 Beyond Human Power : "A Serious Drama in Two Acts" by Bjornstjerne Bjornson (translated from the Norwegian by Miss Jessie Muir). Produced at the Theatre Republic (NYC - January 1902) starring Mrs. Patrick Campbell (Beatrice Stella Tanner), George Arliss, Charles E. Bryant, etc.
10 Beyond The Fringe : "A Nine O' Clock Theatre Production" by and with Allan Bennett, Peter Cook, Jonathan Miller and Dudley Moore. Other productions starred Terence Brady, Joe Melia, Bill Wallis, Jean Benedetti, Sam Hutt, Michael Latimer, Anthony Paul, Patrick Carter, William Christopher, Patrick Horgan, Paxton Whitehead, Robert Cessna, Donald Cullen, Joel Fabiani, James Valentine, Produced at various theatres (1963 -1965). Original production directed by Alexander H. Cohen.
10 Beyond The Horizon : Book by Eugene O'Neill. Various productions (1920 - 2011) starring Aline MacMahon, Robert Keith (Father of Brian Keith), Judith Lowry (Co-star of television's "Phyllis"), Victor Kilian ("The Fernwood Flasher" on television's "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman"), Richard Bennett, Edward Arnold, Ted Irwin, John Connery, Robert Neatey, Tom Newton, Joe McMahon, Pat Murphy Sheehy, Dick Harrington, Bill Reeves, Michael Chaban, Wayne Nickel, etc.
10 Beyond Therapy : "A New Comedy" by Christopher Durang. Produced at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NYC - May 1982) starring John Lithgow, Dianne Wiest, David Pierce, Jack Gilpin, Ritchie Porter, Leslie Byrne, Bill McKenney, Joan Kelley, Scott Gilmore, Brian E. Desmond, etc.
10 Bichon : Book by Jean de Letraz. Produced in 1935 (no location listed) by Victor Boucher, Marcel Vallee, Marguerite Devai etc.
10 Bicycle Ride To Nevada : Book by Robert Thom. Produced at the Cort Theatre (NYC - September 1963) starring Franchot Tone, Lois Smith, Richard Jordan, Paul McGrath, Ron Leibman, etc. Directed by Herman Shumlin.
10 Bidding High : Book by Lois Howell (by arrangement with Roy Walling). Produced at the Vanderbilt Theatre (NYC - October 1932) starring King Cuhjalder, Maud Edna Hall, Carleton Macy, etc. Directed by John Hayden.
10 Big : "The Musical" with Book by John Weidman. Music by David Shire. Lyrics by Richard Maltby, Jr. Produced at various theatres (1996-98) starring Daniel Jenkins, Crista Moore, Jon Cypher, Barbara Walsh, Jim Newman, Ron Holgate (Husband of Dorothy Collins), Judy McLane, Jacquelyn Piro, etc. Directed by Mike Ockrent and Eric D. Schaeffer. Choreography by Susan Stroman and Karma Camp. Songs include: "Dr. Deathstar," "I Want to Go Home," "Stars, Stars, Stars," etc.
10 Big Bad Mouse : Book by Philip King and Falkland Cary. Produced at the Studebaker Theatre (Chicago - 1975) starring Eric Sykes, Jimmy Edwards, Judy Johnson, Joyce Campion. "Refereed by Paul Elliott".
10 Big Bang, The : "The History of the Entire World" with book and lyrics by Boyd Graham. Music by Jed Feuer. Produced at the Ocala (Florida) Civic Theatre (2010) starring Bruce Clayton, Patrick J. Stanley and Steven Shane Bass. Directed by Chris Jorie. Originally produced off-Broadway by Eric Krebbs and Nancy Nagel Gibbs in association with Pam Klappas-Pariseau.
10 Big Blow : Book by Theodore Pratt (Dramatized from His Own Novel of the Same Name). Produced by the Federal Theatre at Maxine Elliott's Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Mabel Paige, Edwin Cooper, Jack Smith, etc. Directed by Anton Bundsmann. See also "Federal Theatre Collection".
10 Big Bonanza : "Delightful Society Novelty in Four Acts" by Augustin Daly. Produced at the McVicker's Theatre (NYC - 1875) starring Charles Fisher, John Drew, Maurice Barrymore (Patriach of the Barrymore acting family), etc.
10 Big Boy : "A New Musical Comedy" with book by Harold Atteridge. Music by James Hanley and Joseph Meyer. Lyrics by B.G. De Sylva (Portrayed by Gordon MacRae in the 1956 biopic, "The Best Things in LIfe Are Free"). Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1926) starring Al Jolson ("The World's Greatest Entertainer" - portrayed by Larry Parks in the 1946 biopic, "The Jolson Story" and the 1949 sequel, "Jolson Sings Again" and by Norman Brooks in the 1956 biopic, "The Best Things in LIfe Are Free".), Isabel West, Betty Bowman, Hugh Banks, etc. Directed by J. C. Huffman. Choreography by Seymour Felix. Songs include: "Born and Bred in Old Kentucky," "Negro Spirituals," "Tamborina," etc.
10 Big Chance, The : Book by Grant Morris and Willard Mack. Produced at the Forty-Eighth Street Theatre (NYC - 1918) starring Mary Nash, Willard Mack, Katherine Harris Barrymore (Wife of John Barrymore), etc. Directed Willard Mack.
10 Big City : Book by Monte Merrick (winner of the 1975 MacArthur Playwriting Award). Produced at the Florida State University Theatre - Conradi Theatre (Tallahassee - June 1975) starring Matthew Cutugno, Winnie Boone, Gene Densmore, etc.
10 Big Client, The : Book by Malcolm Hulke and Eric Paice. Music and lyrics by Mike Pratt. Produced at the Theatre Royal (Bristol - 1961) starring Derek Smith, Harry H. Corbett, Elizabeth Shepherd, Rhoda Lewis, etc. Directed by Val May. Choreography by Bob Stephenson. Songs include: "Why Don't Someone Organize This Town," "Never Trust a Guy You Can Trust," "Advertising," etc.
10 Big Drum, The : "A Comedy in Four Acts" by Arthur Pinero. Produced at the St. James's Theatre (London - No date) starring George Alexander, Stanley Cooke, Nigel Playfair, etc. Directed by Arthur Pinero.
10 Big, Fat And Ugly With A Moustache : Book by Christopher Widney. Produced at the Perry Street Theatre (NYC - 1990) starring David Beach, Alison Martin, Brian Howe, etc. Directed by Stone Widney.
10 Big Fish, Little Fish : "A New Comedy" by Hugh Wheeler. Produced by Joseph I. Levine at the ANTA Theatre (NYC - 1961) starring Jason Robards, Jr., Hume Cronyn, Martin Gabel (Husband of Arlene Francis), Frank Overton, George Grizzard, Ruth White, Elizabeth Wilson, George Voskovec, etc. Directed by John Gielgud.
10 Big Heart, A : Book by John J. Black. Produced in 1897 starring John J. Black ("The Eccentric Comedian"), Lillian Gordon, William Currier, etc. Directed by John J. Black.
10 Big-Hearted Herbert : Book by Sophie Kerr and Anna Steese Richardson (adapted from a story by Sophie Kerr). Produced at the Biltmore Theatre (NYC - March 1934) starring J.C. Nugent (Father of Elliot Nugent), Dorothy Walter, David Morris, etc. Directed by Dan Jarrett.
10 Big Idea, The : Book by Clayton Hamilton and E. A. Thomas. Produced at the Princess Theatre (Sioux City, Iowa - No date) starring Henry Gsell, Helen Beresford, Frank Shannon, etc. Directed by A.C. Van Slyke.
10 Big Knife, The : Book by Clifford Odets. Various Productions starring John Garfield, Nancy Kelly, J. Edward Bromberg, Paul McGrath, Joan McCracken (Wife of Bob Fosse), Philip Foster, Paul Gillis, Doris Fuchs, James Phillips, Peggy Fenn, Charles Johnson, Erika Slezak (Daughter of Walter Slezak), Michale Tucker, etc. Original 1948-49 production directed by Lee Strasburg.
10 Big Love : Book by Charles L. Mee. Produced at the Tufts Balch Arena Theatre (Medford, MA - 2007). Directed by Michaela Goldhaber.
10 Big Love, The : Book by Brooke Allen and Jay Presson Allen. Produced at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami - 1990) starring Tracey Ullman, Directed by Jay Presson Allen. One woman "narrative" based on the relationship between film swashbuckler Errol Flynn and his teenaged "girlfriend" Beverly Aadland in the late 1950s.
10 Big Night : Book by Dawn Powell. Produced by the Group Theatre at Maxine Elliott's Theatre (NYC - c.1935) starring Stella Adler, Phoebe Brand, J. Edward Bromberg, Clifford Odetts, Russell Collins, Ruth Nelson, etc. Directed by Cheryl Crawford.
10 Big People, The : "A New Comedy" by Stanley Young. Produced at the Locust Street Theatre (Philadelphia - 1947) starring Ernest Truex, Dorothy Ford, George Mathews, Anthony Ross, Edward Andrews, Carleton Carpenter, Frank Campanella, etc. Directed by Martin Ritt.
10 Big River : or "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by William Hauptman (adapted from the novel by Mark Twain). Music and lyrics by Roger Miller (Most famous for his hit country music recording of "King of the Road"). Produced at the Eugene O' Neill Theatre (NYC - 1985) starring Rene Auberjonois, Daniel H. Jenkins, Ron Richardson, John Goodman, Susan Browning, Brent Spiner, etc. Directed by Des McAnuff. Choreography by Janet Watson. Songs include: "Muddy Water," "River in the Rain," "Arkansas," "Waiting for the Light to Shine," etc.
10 Big Two, The : "A New Comedy" by L. Bush-Fekete and Mary Helen Fay. Produced by Elliott Nugent and Robert Montgomery at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1946) starring Claire Trevor, Philip Dorn, Felix Bressart, Edward Franz, Walter Palance (Jack Palance) etc. Directed by Robert Montgomery.
10 Big White Fog : Book by Theodore Ward. Produced by The Negro Playwrights Company, Inc. at the Lincoln Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Canada Lee, Robert Creighton, Maude Russell, Bertram Holmes, etc. Directed by Powell Lindsay.
10 Big Winner, The : Book by David Opatoshu (adapted from the story by Sholom Aleichem). Music by Sol Kaplan. Lyrics by Wolf Younin. Produced at the Eden Theatre (NYC - November 1974) starring David Opatoshu, Stan Porter, Bruce Adler (Son of Henrietta Jacobson and Julius Adler), etc. Directed by David Opatoshu. Choreography by Sophie Maslow. Songs include: "Gelt, Gelt, Gold," "Tango Fun Madrid," etc.
10 Biggest Thief In Town, The : A comedy by Dalton Trumbo ("The Hollywood Ten"). Various productions (1949-70) starring Thomas Mitchell, Walter Abel, Rhys Williams, Lois Nettleton, John McGiver, Shelly Long, Robert Urich, etc.
10 Bill Comes Back : "A New Play" by Rachel Crothers. Produced at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1945) starring Victor Jory (Most famous as "Jonas Wilkerson" in the film "Gone With the Wind"), Judith Evelyn, Florida Friebus (Co-star of television's "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis," The Bob Newhart Show," etc.), etc. Directed by Rachel Crothers.
10 Bill Of Divorcement, A : Book by Clemence Dane. Various productions (c.1934) starring Frances Starr, George Coulouris, Harry Ellerbe, Allan Pollock, Josephine Royle, C. Aubrey Smith, Ian Hunter, Dorothy Martin, etc.
10 Billeted : A comedy by F. Tennyson Jesse and H.M. Harwood. Produced at various theatres (1918-19) starring Miss Anglin (Margaret Anglin), Alice Cobourn, Sally Williams, Fred Eric, etc.
10 Billie : "A Musicalization of a Cohan Farce" with Book, music and lyrics by George M. Cohan (Portrayed by James Cagney on film, Mickey Rooney on television and Joel Grey on stage.). Produced at Erlanger's Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring "George M. Cohan's Comedians": Polly Walker, Ethel Allen, Evelyn Martin, Marie Grimaldi, Joseph Wagstaff, Albert Froom, etc. Directed by Edward Royce and Sam Forrest. Songs include: "Billie," "Personality," "Where Were You?', "Ev'ry Boy in Town's My Sweetheart," etc. See also " Miscellaneous - Popular Performers Collection - George M. Cohan"
10 Billion Dollar Baby : "A Musical Play of the Terrific Twenties" with book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green (Husband of Phyllis Newman). Music by Morton Gould. Produced at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - January 1946) starring Mitzi Green, Joan McCracken (Wife of Bob Fosse), David Burns, Danny Daniels, James Mitchell (Co-star of television's "All My Children"), Helen Gallagher, etc. Directed by George Abbott. Choreography by Jerome Robbins. Songs include: "Charleston," "Dreams Come True," "The Marathon Dance," etc.
10 Billionaire, The : "New Musical Farce" by B.D. Stevens and Frank L.Perley. Produced in 1903 starring Jerome Sykes, Julius Steger, May Robson, etc. Songs include: "Jes' 'Cause De Moon Was Shinin' ," "The Boxing Kangaroo," "In the Land of Romance," etc.
10 Billy (By G. Cameron) : "Sidney Drew's Toothsome Ticklesome Football Comedy in Three Acts" by George Cameron. Produced at the Wieting Theatre (Syracuse - July 1912) starring Ralph Kellard, Albert Sackett, Marian Swayne, etc. Directed by Drew A. Morton.
10 Billy (By D. Clement) : "A New Musical" by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais (adapted from "Billy Liar" by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall). Music by John Barry. Lyrics by Don Black. Produced at Theatre Royal - Drury Lane (London - May 1974) starring Michael Crawford, Avis Bunnage, Elaine Page, Billy Boyle, etc. Directed by Patrick Garland. Choreography by Onna White and Martin Allen. Songs include: "Ambrosia," "Some of Us Belong to the Stars," "The Lady from LA," etc.
10 Billy (By S. Glassman) : "A New Musical" by Stephen Glassman (suggested by Herman Melville's "Billy Budd"). Music and lyrics by Ron Dante and Gene Allen. Produced at the Billy Rose Theatre (NYC - March 1969) starring Laurence Naismith, John Beal, John Devlin, Dolph Sweet, Robert Salvio, etc. Directed by Arthur A. Seidelman. Choreography by Grover Dale (Husband of Anita Morris). Songs include: "Molly," "Shake Hands with the Wind," "Whiskers' Dance," "It Ain't Us Who Make the Wars," etc.
10 Billy Barnes' LA : "A New Musical Revue" with sketches by Bob Rodgers. Music and lyrics by Billy Barnes. Produced at the Coronet Theatre (Los Angeles - 1963) starring Patty Regan, Ken Berry (Star of television's "F-Troop," "Mayberry RFD," etc), Marlyn Mason, Sylvia Lewis, Tom Hatten and Steve Franken. Directed by Bob Rodgers. Choreography by Sylvia Lewis. Songs include: "Los Angeles is Just Like Any Other Town," "Where Was the Music," "The Forties" "LA Is," etc.
10 Billy Barnes Revue : Sketches and dialogue by Bob Rodgers. Music and lyrics by Billy Barnes. Produced at the John Golden Theatre (NYC - 1959) starring Bert Convy, Joyce Jameson, Ken Berry, Ann Guilbert, Jackie Joseph (Wife of Ken Berry), Patti Regan, Bob Rodgers and Len Weinrib. Directed by Bob Rodgers. Songs include: "Do A Revue," "Where Are Your Children?," "Whatever Happened To," "Too Long at the Fair," "One Of Those Days," etc.
10 Billy Bishop Goes To War : Book by John Gray (in collaboration with Eric Peterson). Various productions (1980 - 1984) starring Robin Haynes, T.O. Sterrett, Alan Ruck, K.C. Helmeid, Eric Peterson and John Gray. Original 1980 production produced by Mike Nichols (Of the comedy team, "Nichols and May". Husband of Diane Sawyer.) and directed by John Gray.
10 Billy Budd : Book by Louis O. Coxe and Robert Chapman (based on the novel by Herman Melville). Various productions starring Dennis King, Torin Thatcher, Jeff Morrow, Lee Marvin, Fitzroy Davis, Sidney Breese, Avery Schreiber (Of the comedy team, "Burns and Schreiber".), James Daly (Father of Tyne Daly and Tim Daly.), etc.
10 Billy Elliot : "The Musical" by Lee Hall. Lyrics by Lee Hall. Music by Elton John. Various productions (2005 - 2012) starring Liam Mower, James Lomas, George Maguire, David Alvarez, Kiril Kulish, Trent Kowalik, etc. Songs include: "The Stars Look Down," "Shine," "Expressing Yourself," "Born to Boogie," "Merry Christmas, Maggie Thatcher," "Swan Lake," "He Could Be a Star," "Once We Were Kings," etc.
10 Billy Liar : Book by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall. Various productions (1960-65) starring Tom Courtenay, George A. Cooper, Juliet Cooke, Scott Hylands, Ethel Griffies, David Winters, Gale Garnett, Helena Nash, etc.
10 Billy Noname : "A New Musical" by William Wellington Mackey. Music and lyrics by Johnny Brandon. Produced at the Truck and Warehouse Theatre (NYC - March 1970) starring Donny Burke, Alan Weeks, Andrea Saunders, etc. Directed by Lucia Victor. Choreography by Talley Beatty. Songs include: "A Different Drummer," "The Dream," "Color Me White," "It's Our Time Now," etc.
10 Billy Rose's Crazy Quilt : Sketches by David Freedman. Music and lyrics by "Mr. Rose and His Friends" (Harry Warren, Mort Dixon, E.Y.Harburg, David Freedman, Ned Wever, Manning Sherwin, Rowland Wilson, Herman Timberg, Carroll Gibbons, James Dyrenforth, Ira Gershwin, and Bud Green). Produced at the Forty-Fourth Street Theatre (NYC - June 1931) starring Fannie Brice (Portrayed by Barbra Streisand on stage and film), Phil Baker, Ted Healy (Original leader of "The Three Stooges"), Lew Brice, Gomez and Winona, etc. Directed by Billy Rose (Portrayed by James Caan in the 1975 biopic, "Funny Lady"). Choreography by Sammy Lee. Costumes designed by Fannie Brice. Songs include: "Rest Room Rose," "I Found a Million Dollar Baby in a Five and Ten Cent Store," "Under the Clock at the Astor," "In the Merry Month of Maybe," "Would you Like To Take a Walk," etc.
10 Billy The Kid : Book by Walter Woods and Joseph Santley. Produced at the La Salle Theatre (formerly the Imperial - No location listed - 1912) starring Frank Dixon, Robert Brooks, Laurel La Cour, etc.
10 Biloxi Blues : Book by Neil Simon. Produced at various theatres (1985 - 88) starring Matthew Broderick, Jonathan Silverman, Bill Sadler, Barry Miller (Son of Sidney Miller), Penelope Ann Miller, Alan Ruck, Park Overall, Scott Treadway, Tom Kouchalakos, Tom Disney, Rachel Jones, etc. Directed by Gene Saks (Husband of Beatrice Arthur), Kenneth Ray, etc.
10 Bing And Walker : Book by James Farrell. Produced at the Northlight Theatre (Evanston, Illinois - May 1985) starring Kevin Dunn, Lili Taylor, Vince Viverito and Deanna Dunagan. Directed by Jimmy A. Bickerstaff.
10 Biography : A comedy by S.N. Behrman. Various productions (1932-59) starring Ina Claire, Charles Richman, Earle Larimore, Faye Emerson (Wife of Elliott Roosevelt, Skitch Henderson, etc), Harry Mehaffey, Irene Purcell, Mary Astor, Martin Brooks, George Macready, Paul Ballantine, Forrest Orr, etc.
10 Bioletta : Greek language program - No date or location listed.
10 Bird Cage, The : "A New Play" by Arthur Laurents. Produced at the Coronet Theatre (NYC - February 1950) starring Melvyn Douglas, Sanford Meisner, Maureen Stapleton, Jean Carson, Mike Kellin, Heywood Hale Broun (CBS sports commentator and reporter), Laurence Hugo, Eleanor Lynn, etc. Directed by Harold Clurman.
10 Bird In Hand : "A New Comedy in Three Acts" by John Drinkwater. Various productions (1929-31) starring Jill Esmond Moore (Wife of Laurence Olivier), Amy Veness, Charles Hickman, Roddy Hughes, Freda Bruce Lockhart, Olga Slade, Daphne Warren Wilson, Carmen Mathews, Robert Young (Star of television's "Father Knows Best," "Marcus Welby MD," etc), etc.
10 Bird Of Paradise, The : Book by Richard Walton Tully. Various productions (1912-20) starring Virginia Reynolds, Nona Kelly, Lewis S. Stone (Lewis Stone - Most famous as "Judge Hardy" in the "Andy Hardy" film series.), Laurette Taylor, Kuini, Spring Byington (Most famous as the star of television's "December Bride"), Minnie Carruthers, Marie Bird, Pearl Rose, etc.
10 Bird Of Time, The : Book by Peter Mayne. Produced at the Savoy Theatre (London - 1961) starring Gladys Cooper, Diana Wynyard, Clive Morton, etc. Directed by Allan Davis.
10 Birds, The : Various translations, adaptations and productions of the play by Aristophanes (1934-64) starring Bert Lahr, Jack Fletcher, Ruby Dee (Wife of Ossie Davis), Edward Winter, Monte Markham, Martha Mead, Edgar Walker, etc.
10 Birds Are Wiser, The : Book by Gordon Jay Alderman. Produced by the Yale University School of the Fine Arts/Department of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1936) starring Marion Rooney, James Parke, Wilson Lehr, etc. Directed by Frank McMullan.
10 Birds Of A Feather : Book by J.O. Francis. Produced at the Little Theatre (Edinburgh, Scotland - No date) starring Tom Lawrence, D.W. Evans, etc. Directed by Ray Jones. Billed with "The Changeling" by Robert McLellan, and Les Fourberies De Scapin" by Moliere.
10 Birds On The Wing : "A New Comedy" by Peter Yeldham. Produced at the Piccadilly Theatre (London - 1969) starring Bruce Forsyth, June Barry, Julia Lockwood, etc. Directed by Harvey Medlinsky.
10 Birth-Day, The : "Dibdin's Comedy in Three Acts" produced at various theatres in Great Britain (1814-1823). Billed with "Monsieur Tonson" and "Agreeable Surprise".
10 Birthday : "A New English Play" by Aimee and Philip Stuart. Produced at the Forty-Ninth Street Theatre (NYC - 1934) starring Peggy Wood, Louis Calhern, Lionel Pape, etc. Directed by William W. Schorr.
10 Birthday In Venice : Book by Adele De La Barre Robinson. Produced by the Howard College Masquers (Alabama - No date) starring Martin Buckner, Gail Hyle, Robert Daniell, etc. Directed by Helen V. Steer.
11 Birthday Party, The : Book by Harold Pinter. Various productions starring Ed Flanders, Edward Winter, James Patterson, Ruth White, Henderson Forsythe, Alexandra Berlin, Jordan Charney, John Schuck, Kate Wilkinson, Betty Field, Lee Lawson, Owen McEvoy, Robert E. Dyer, Ray Fry, Janet Suzman, Patrick Magee, Lou Tally, etc.
11 Bishop Misbehaves, The : Book by Frederick Jackson. Various productions starring Walter Connolly, Alan Marshal, Jane Wyatt, Thomas R. Ireland, Sara Luce, Bill Steele, Del Tenney, Tom Powers, Violet Heming, Estelle Winwood, Eduard Franz, etc.
11 Bishop's Bonfire, The : Book by Sean O' Casey. Produced at the Mermaid Theatre (London - 1961) starring Godfrey Quigley, Howard Goorney, David Blake Kelly, etc. Directed by Frank Dunlop.
11 Bishop's Move, The : Book by John Oliver Hobbes and Murray Carson. Produced at the Garrick Theatre (NYC - 1903) starring Arthur Bourchier, Frank Mills, Albert Sims, H. B. Warner (Most famous as "Jesus Christ" in the silent film, "The King of Kings" and as "Mr. Gower" in the film,"It's a Wonderful Life".), etc.
11 Bistro Car On The CNR, A : "A Musical Journey" by D. R. Anderson. Music by Patrick Rose. Lyrics by Merv Campone and Richard Ouzounian. Produced at the Playhouse Theatre (NYC - 1977) starring Tom Wopat (Co-star of television's "The Dukes of Hazard"), Marcia McLain, Patrick Rose, and Henrietta Valor. Directed by Richard Ouzounian. Choreography by Lynne Gannaway. Songs include: "Sudden Death Overtime," "Street Music," "Somebody Write Me A Love Song," etc.
11 Bit Of Old Chelsea, A : "A Play in One Act" by Oscar Berlinger. Produced at the Fifth Avenue Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Mrs. (Minnie Maddern) Fiske, Frank McCormack, Forrest Robinson, Wilfred North and George Trader. Billed with "Love Finds A Way" by Marguerite Merlington.
11 Bite Me : One Woman show by and starring Denise LaGrassa. Produced at the Center Theatre (Chicago - 1994). Directed by Alexia J. Paul.
11 Bitter Oleander : "A New Play" by Federico Garcia Lorca (translated by Jose A. Weissberger). Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1935) starring Nance O' Neil, Eugenie Leontovich, Genevieve Belasco, Paul Mann, etc. Directed by Irene Lewisohn.
11 Bitter Sweet : "An Operette" by Noel Coward (Portrayed by Daniel Massey in the 1968 biopic, "Star"). Various productions starring Evelyn Laye, Peggy Wood, Alan Napier ("Alfred the Butler" on televison's "Batman"), Robert Newton, Norma Terris, Brian Sullivan, Evelyn Herbert, Allan Jones (Father of Jack Jones), Dick Martin (Of the comedy team, "Rowan and Martin"), Priscilla Gillette, Trevor Glynn, Max Kirby, etc. Songs include: "I'll See You Again," "Kiss Me," "Zigeuner," "Ladies of the Town," etc.
11 Black And Blue : "Entire Production Conceived and Directed by Claudio Segovia and Hector Orezzoli. Produced at the Minskoff Theatre (NYC - June 1989) starring Bunny Briggs, Lon Chaney, Jimmy Slyde, Ted Levy, Savion Glover, etc. Choreography by Cholly Atkins, Henry LaTang, Frankie Manning and Fayard Nicholas. Songs include: "St. Louis Blues (Handy)," "Everybody Loves My Baby (Palmer-Williams), "After You've Gone (Kremer-Layton)," "In A Sentimental Mood (Ellington)," etc.
11 Black Angel : Book by Michael Cristofer. Produced at the Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles - 1978) starring Tyne Daly, Neil Flanagan, Richard Dysart, Joseph Maher, David Spielberg, etc. Directed by Gordon Davidson.
11 Black Cat, The : or "Le Chat Noir" by Joseph L. Blandt. Produced at Dunfee's Comedy Theatre (Syracuse - 1900) starring J.C. Flynn, Ada Lane, Jack Gardner, etc.
11 Black Chiffon : "A New Play" by Lesley Storm. Various productions (1950-54) starring Mildred Dunnock, George Mitchell, Edward Binns, Mady Christians, Royal Beal, Mary Fickett, Flora Robson, Owen Holder, etc.
11 Black Coffee : Book by Agatha Christie. Produced by Dr. David Robert Kanter and G. David Black at the Players State Theatre (Miami, FL - 1982) starring Mary Benson, Ron Johnston, Dana Kyle, Fred Thompson, Max Howard, etc. Directed by David Robert Kanter.
11 Black Comedy : Book by Peter Shaffer. Various productions starring Geraldine Page, Michael Crawford, Donald Madden, Peter Bull, Lynn Dorsey, Alex Kroll, John Cazale, Jordan Christopher, Martyn Green, Lynn Redgrave, Jeremy Clyde, Jennifer Tilston, Angela Wood, etc. "Preceded by a companion piece - 'The White Lies' ".
11 Black Crook, The : "A Spectacular Romance" by Charles Barras. Various productions(1882-1929) starring Frederick Melville, William Norton, J.B. Roberts, Frank M. Allen, Frank W. Irving, Russell Hunting, Lillian Young, George K. Robinson, Frank Gillette, Byron Hatfield, Victor Kilian ("The Fernwood Flasher" on television's "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman"), Paul Huber, etc.
11 Black Diamond Mine, The : or "A Story of the Hazleton Strike". No location or date listed. Starring Annie Clarke Hanson ("The Boston Beauty"), Alma Lewis, Fred W. Poe, etc.
11 Black-Eyed Susan : Book by A.B. Shiffrin. Produced at The Playhouse (NYC - 1954) starring Vincent Price, Key Medford, Everett Sloane, Dana Wynter and Charles Boaz. Directed by Gregory Ratoff.
11 Black Imp, The : or "The Fairy of the Blue Utolpho". Produced at the Theatre Comique (Boston - 1868) starring W. H. Bartholomew, William Snow, Eveline Lehman, etc.
11 Black Ladies, The : or "Les Femmes Noires" by Edgar White. Produced by Joseph Papp at the New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theatre (No date) starring Rosanna Carter, Neil Harris, Mel Winkler, etc. Directed by Novella Nelson. Choreography by Otis Sallid.
11 Black Limelight : Book by Gordon Sherry. Produced by George Bushar and John Tuerk (1936) starring Frederic Voight, Brenda Forbes, Winifred Lenihan, etc. Directed by Robert Milton.
11 Black Mikado, The : Book by Patrick Ide and James Verner (from the original work by W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan). Produced at the Cambridge Theatre (London - No date) starring Michael Denison, Val Pringle, Anita Tucker, etc. Directed by Brahm Murray.
11 Black Monday : Book by Reginald Rose. Produced at the Vandam Theatre (NYC - 1962) starring Nancy Coleman, Diana Sands, Ken Kercheval, Billie Allen Geoffrey Lewis, etc. Directed by William Hunt.
11 Black Nativity : "A Christmas Song-Play" by Langston Hughes. Various productions (1963 - 2008) starring Marion Williams and The Stars of Faith, Carl Ford, Clive Thompson, Alex Bradford, Hope Clarke, Matt Cameron, Philip Stamps, The Bradford Singers, Princess Stewart, etc.
11 Black Picture Show : "A New Play" by Bill Gunn. Music composed and conducted by Sam Waymon. Produced by Joseph Papp for the New York Shakespeare Festival at the Zellerbach Theatre (The Annenberg Center for Communication Arts and Sciences), Philadelphia, PA (1974) starring Sam Waymon, Albert Hall, Dick Anthony Williams, Graham Brown, William Leet, Marvin Beck, Carol Cole (Daughter of Nat King Cole), Linda Miller, etc. Directed by Bill Gunn. Songs include: "Bird of Paradise," "I'm So Glad," "Memory," "Bitch in Heat," "Mose Art," "Afghanistan," "Terminate," "I Feel So Good," etc.
11 Black Pit : Book by Albert Maltz ("The Hollywood Ten"). Produced by The Theatre Union, Inc. at the Civic Repertory Theatre (NYC - 1935) starring Alan Baxter, Hester Sondergaard (Sister of Gale Sondergaard), George Tobias ("ost famous as "Abner Kravitz' on television's "Bewitched"), Tony Ross, Frances Bavier ("Aunt Bee" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Mayberry RFD"), Howard Da Silva, etc. Directed by Irving Gordon.
11 Black Shadow, Black Prince : Book and lyrics by Walt Beaver. Music by Ted Nichols." World Premiere" produced at the California State College at Los Angeles by the Department of Speech and Drama. Songs include: "The End of the Road is Death," "Bite the Bullet!," "Cool It," etc.
11 Black Sheep, A : "A Joyous Revival" by Charles A. Hoyt. Produced at the Players Theatre (St. Louis - 1916) starring Jason Robards (Sr.), Richard Thompson, Jennie Ellison, Etc. Directed by Daniel E. Hanlon. Choreography by Charles Sinclair. Songs include: "Where the River Shannon Flows," "Put Me in My Little Cell," Stuttering," etc.
11 Black Thorn, The : "The Bright, Sparkling, Picturesque Irish Comedy Drama in Four Acts" by Charles H. Fleming, Esq. Produced at various theatres (c.1891) starring Joseph J. Sullivan ("America's Favorite Irish Comedian'), Albert C. Henderson, Spencer Pritchard, Tony Farrell, Lulu Jordan, Jenny Leland, etc.
11 Black Tower : "A Detective Thriller" by Ralph Murphy and Lora Baxter. Produced at the Sam H. Harris Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Walter Kingsford, Raymond Bramley, Herbert Rudley, Thomas Blake, etc. Directed by Sidney Salkow.
11 Black Woman Speaks, A : Produced by the Inner City Repertory Theatre Company (c.1975) starring Beah Richards.
11 Blackberries of 1932 : "A Sepia Musical Revue" conceived by Lee "Harlemania" Posner. Book by Eddie Green. Music and lyrics by Tom Peluso, Ben Bernard and Donald Heywood. Produced at the Liberty Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Eddie Green, Tim Moore (Most famous as "The Kingfish" on television's "The Amos 'n Andy Show"), Dewey Markham ("Pigmeat" Markham - famous for his catch phrase: "Here Come De Judge"), Kay Parker, Sammy Paige, Sam Wooding and his Chocolate Kiddies Orchestra, etc. Directed by Ben Bernard. Choreography by Sidney Sprague and Lew Crawford. Songs include: "Burma Lou," "Those Old Minstrel Days', "Harlemania," etc.
11 Blacks, The : Book by Jean Genet (translated by Bernard Frechtman). Produced at the St. Mark's Playhouse (NYC - 1963) starring Brunetta Barnett, Moses Gunn, Louis Gossett, Louise Stubbs, Cicely Tyson, Nichelle Nichols (Co-star of television's "Star Trek"), Raymond St. Jacques, Esther Rolle (Star of television's "Good Times," etc), Roscoe Lee Browne, James Earl Jones, etc. Directed by Gene Frankel. Choreography ("Movement') by Talley Beatty.
11 Black-Ey'd Suzing! : or "That Leettle Bill wich was Taken Hup!" ("The mirth-provoking Burlesque"). Produced at the Lina Edwin's Theatre (NYC - 1870) starring Stuart Robson, Lina Edwin, Emma Cline, etc.
11 Blame The Stars : Book by Kay Chandler. Produced by the "Uptown Players Circuit Theatre, Inc." at the Chicago Woman's Club Theatre (Chicago - 1934) starring Marion Hoffman, Gertrude Needham, Donald Briggs, Robert Bailey, etc. Directed by J. Bradley-Griffin.
11 Blanchette : Book by Eugene Brieux (of the Academie Francaise) with Andree Mery. Starring Claude Benedict, Andree Mery, Raymond Faure, etc.
11 Blast : "Best Special Theatrical Event (2001 Tony Award Winner)" produced at the Curtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts at the University of Florida (Gainesville,- 2008).
11 Bleak House : Produced by Sol Hurok (Portrayed by David Wayne in the 1953 biopic, "Tonight We Sing") at the Bijou Theatre (NYC - 1953) starring Emlyn Williams "giving a solo performance as Charles Dickens". Adapted for the stage by Emlyn Williams.
11 Bless You All : "The New Revue" with sketches by Arnold Auerbach. Music and lyrics by Harold Rome. Produced at the Mark Hellinger Theatre (NYC - 1950) starring Jules Munshin, Mary McCarty, Pearl Bailey, Gene Barry, Byron Palmer, Valerie Bettis, Swen Swenson, etc. Directed by John C. Wilson. Choreography by Helen Tamiris. Songs include: "You Never Know What Hit You - When It's Love," "The Roaring 20's Strike Back," "Take Off the Coat," "A Rose is a Rose," "I Can Hear It Now," etc.
11 Bless You, Sister : Book by John Meehan and Robert Riskin. Produced at the Forrest Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring Alice Brady, Charles Bickford, Dorothy Estabrook, George Alison, Robert Ames, George Lessey, etc. Directed by John Meehan and George Abbott.
11 Blessed Event : Book by Manuel Seff and Forrest Wilson. Produced at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Roger Pryor, Lee Patrick, Eddie Lynch, Allen Jenkins, Isabel Jewell, Jean Adair (Co-star of "Arsenic and Old Lace" on stage and film), etc. Directed by Harlan Thompson.
11 Blind Alley : Book by James Warwick. Various productions (1935-37) starring Roy Hargrave, George Coulouris, James Truex, Katharine Warren, Jay Adler, Guy Storms, Roland Roggenbrod, Lois Crow, etc.
11 Blind Alleys : Book by Grace Latimer Wright. Produced by the Washington Square Players at the Comedy Theatre (NYC - 1917) starring Helen Westley, Katherine Cornell, Harry Ehlers, etc. Directed by Edward Goodman.
11 Blind Boy : Produced at the Theatre Royal (Norwich - 1827). Billed with "Prisoner at Large" and "The Last Guerilla Chief".
11 Blind Man's Buff : Book by Ernst Toller and Denis Johnston. Produced at the Theatre Royal - King Street (Bristol - 1950) starring Joan White, Mary Howard, Donald Pleasance, Donald Sinden, John Neville, etc. Produced by Denis Carey.
11 Blind Youth : Book by Willard Mack and Lou Tellegen. Produced at various theatres (1918-29) starring Lou Tellegen, Mark Smith, Sydney Riggs, Helen Baxter, etc. 1918 production directed by Charles Emerson Cook. 1929 production directed by Lou Tellegen.
11 Blindness Of Virtue, The : Book by Cosmo Hamilton. Various productions (1912-14) starring A. Holmes-Gore, Lena Halliday, F. Gatenby Bell, Gladys Hopetown, Pollie Emery, William H. Sams, Alma Tell, Reginald Denny, etc.
11 Blindness Of Youth, The : "An American Comedy Drama" by Ronie H. Jaffa. Produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1916) starring Harry Clay Blaney, Kitty Wolfe, Russ Carter, etc. Directed by Neil Twomey.
11 Blithe Spirit (2 Folders) : "The Comedy Hit" by Noel Coward (Portrayed by Daniel Massey in the 1968 biopic, "Star"). Various productions (1941 - 1986) starring Clifton Webb, Peggy Wood, Leonora Corbett, Mildred Natwick, Geraldine Page, Blythe Danner, Richard Chamberlain, Judith Ivey, Haila Stoddard, Dennis King, Annabella, Estelle Winwood, Carol Goodner, Susan Williamson, Rowena Cooper, Richard Johnson, Carol Gray, Jim Myers, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Michael Evans, Jane Asher, Simon Cadell, Joanna Lumley, Margaret Phillips, Michael Lipton, Edith Meiser, Phyllis Calvert, Beryl Reid, Susan Hampshire, Joanna Van Gyseghem, Joanna Lumley, Marcia Warren, etc. Original 1941 production directed by John C. Wilson.
11 Blitz : Book by Lionel Bart and Joan Maitland. Music and lyrics by Lionel Bart. Produced at the Adelphi Theatre (London - May 1962) starring Amelia Bayntun, Bob Grant, Grazina Frame, Graham James, etc. Directed by Lionel Bart. Choreography by Peter Wright. Songs include: "The Day After Tomorrow," "Who's This Geezer Hitler?," "As Long As This Is England," "We're Going To The Country," etc.
11 Blizzard, The : "A Play in One Act" by Lawrence James Wathen, Jr. and Arthur Kenneth Hale. Produced by St. Matthew's Cathedral Club at St. Matthew's Cathedral Parish Hall (No location listed - 1929) starring Jesse Larkin, Aloha Ramey, Robert Courtney, etc. Directed by Aloha Ramey.
11 Blood and Sand : Book by Tom Cushing. Produced at the Empire Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Otis Skinner, John Rogers, Guy Nichols, Cornelia Otis Skinner, etc. Produced by Charles Frohman.
11 Blood Brothers : Book, music and lyrics by Willy Russell. Produced at The Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1993) starring Stephanie Lawrence, Con O' Neill, Carl Wayne, Paul Crosby, Warwick Evans, etc. Directed by Bill Kenwright and Bob Tomson. Songs include: "Marilyn Monroe," "Shoes Upon the Table," "Tell me Its Not True," etc.
11 Blood Knot, The : Book by Athol Fugard. Various productions (c.1963 - 2012) starring J.D. Cannon, James Earl Jones, Zane Maas, Kellam Beard, Allan Miller, Douglas Turner, David Clennon, Zakes Mokae, Yaphet Kotto, E.J. Chiaro, Scott Shepherd, Colman Domingo, etc.
11 Blood Of The Bambergs, The : Book by John Osborne (Billed with "Under Plain Cover" by John Osborne). Produced as "2 Plays For England" at the Royal Court Theatre (London - No date) starring James Cossins, John Maynard, Billy Russell, Barbara Keogh, etc. Directed by John Dexter.
11 Blood, Sweat And Stanley Poole : "A New Play" by James and William Goldman. Produced at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1961) starring Darren McGavin, Peter Fonda, Elisabeth Fraser, John McMartin, Eugene Roche, etc. Directed by Jerome Chodorov.
11 Blood Wedding : Book by Federico Garcia Lorca (in the authorized translation by James Graham-Lujan and Richard L. O' Connell). Produced at various theatres (1949 - 88) starring Alexander Scourby, Sarah Cunningham, Louis Hollister, Joan Tomkins, Jay Barney, Rene M. Ceballos, David Drake, Nicholas Gunn, etc.
11 Bloodstream : Book by Frederick Schlick. Produced at the Times Square Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring William Andrews, Ernest R. Whitman, Wayland Rudd, Frank Wilson, etc. Directed by Sidney Salkow.
11 Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson : "The Sweetest, Sharpest New Musical in Years" produced at The Public (NYC - 2010).
11 Bloody Murder : Book by Ed Sala. Produced at the Ocala (Florida) Civic Theatre (2008) starring Jason Bartosic, Randall Moring, Susan Moring, Fred Due, Gail Baumann and Dani Moreno-Fuentes. Directed by Ed Sala.
11 Bloomer Girl (2 Folders) : Book by Sig Herzig and Fred Saidy (Based on a play by Dan and Lilith James). Music by Harold Arlen. Lyrics by E. Y. Harburg. Various productions (1945-49) starring Celeste Holm, Margaret Douglass, Joan McCracken (Wife of Bob Fosse), David Brooks, Dooley Wilson (Most famous as "Sam" in the film, "Casablanca"), Mabel Taliaferro, Terry Saunders, Nanette Fabray, Dorothy Jarnac, Avon Long, Janet Medlin, Chris Robinson, Barbara Steele, Dick Smart, Peggy Campbell, etc. Original 1945 production directed by E. Y. Harburg. Original 1945 choreography by Agnes deMille. Songs include: "When The Boys Come Home," "Pretty As A Picture," "Sunday in Cicero Falls," "I Never Was Born," "The Eagle And Me," etc.
11 Blossom Time : Filed with Music the Collection - see "Opera and Operetta Programs".
11 Blot In The 'scutcheon, A : "A Tragedy" by Robert Browning. Produced for the benefit of the Music School Settlement at the Hudson Theatre (NYC - 1905) starring Grace Elliston, Sarah Cowell Le Moyne, William Beach, etc. Directed by Sarah Cowell Le Moyne.
11 Blow For Blow : "The Most Successful Play for Many Seasons" by H. J. Byron. Various productions (No dates) starring W.L. West, L. R. Shewell. W. Warren, W.H. Langdon, Hattie Arnold, etc. Billed with "The Clockmaker's Hat" and "Negro Farces".
11 Blow Ye Winds : "A Comedy in Three Acts" by Valentine Davies. Produced at various theatres (1937) starring Henry Fonda, James Doody, Harry Hermsen, Doris Dalton, etc. Directed by Arthur Hopkins.
11 Blue : Book by Charles Randolph-Wright. Music by Nona Hendryx. Lyrics by Nona Hendryx and Charles Randolph- Wright. Produced at the Paper Mill Playhouse (New Jersey - 2003) starring Jacques C. Smith, Jovun Fox, Leslie Uggams, etc. Directed by Sheldon Epps.
11 Blue And The Gray, The : or "War is Hell". Produced at the Old Rialto Theatre (Hoboken, NJ - No date) starring Philip Snyder, Jerome Coray, Lloyd Nolan, Bruce Rimaldo, etc. Directed by Jasper Deeter.
11 Blue Angel, The : Book by Andrew Sinclair. Music by Colin Towns. Produced at the Bristol Old Vic - Theatre Royal (No date) starring Stephanie Lawrence, Alan Dobie, Nicholas Bennett, etc. Directed by Leon Rubin. Choreography by Charles Augins.
11 Blue-Beard : "The Celebrated Domestic Tale." Various productions (1871 - 1907) starring Lydia Thompson, Harry Beckett, John Bryer, Lily Maxwell, Sydney Young, Lily Maxwell, Esse Prenton, Edward J. Coyne, Nellie D'Alvo, Edwin Brett, Nellie James, G.V. Campbell, etc.
11 Blue Bird, The : Filed with the Music Collection - Opera and Operetta Programs".
11 Blue Bird, The (Yascha Yushny's Russian Revue) : The "First American Tour Direct from Paris - London - Berlin" produced by Sol Hurok (1932).
11 Blue Boy In Black, The : Book by Edmund White. Produced at the Masque Theatre (NYC - 1963) starring Cicely Tyson, John Hillerman, Alice Drummond, Billy Dee Williams, etc. Directed by Ashley Feinstein.
11 Blue Denim : Book by James Leo Herlihy and William Noble. Produced by Joshua Logan at various theatres (1958) starring Chester Morris, June Walker, Carol Lynley, Warren Berlinger, etc. Directed by Joshua Logan.
12 Blue Ghost, The : "The Night of Nights in the Career of The Blue Ghost" created by Bernard J. McOwen and J.P. Riewerts. Produced at the Forrest Theatre (NYC - 1930) starring Bernard J. McOwen, Leslie King, Nate Busby, King Calder, etc. Directed by Stephen Clark.
12 Blue Hotel, The : "A play in Three Acts" by Frank Alberts. A 1959 play based on the story by Stephen Crane.
12 Blue Jeans : Book by Joseph Arthur. Various productions (1890-91) starring Robert Hilliard, George D. Chaplin, George Fawcett, W. P. Carleton, Joe Graham, Ben D. Deane, etc.
12 Blue Moon, The : Book by Harold Ellis. Music by Howard Talbot and Paul A. N. Rubens. Lyrics by Percy Greenback and Paul A.N. Rubens. Produced at various theatres ((1906-07) starring James T. Powers, Edward M. Favor, Dick Temple, Arthur Bell, etc. Directed by Frank Smithson. Songs include: "Pit-A-Pat," "Burmah Girl," "Crocodile," etc.
12 Blue Mouse, The : "A Farcical Comedy. In Three Acts, From the German of Alexander Engel and Julius Horst" by Clyde Fitch. Produced at the Lyric Theatre (NYC - 1908-09) starring Mabel Barrison, Zelda Sears, Leslie Mayo, Robert Cain, etc. Directed by Clyde Fitch.
12 Blue/Orange : Book by Joe Penhall. Produced by The Royal National Theatre at the Duchess Theatre (London - 2001) starring Bill Nighy, Andrew Lincoln and Chiwetel Ejiofor. Directed by Roger Michell. Directed by Harold Winston.
12 Blue Paradise, The : "A Musical Play" by Edgar Smith (based on a Viennese Operetta in a Prologue and Two Acts). Music by Edmund Eysler. Additional numbers by Sigmund Romberg (Portrayed by Jose Ferrer in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart"). Lyrics by Herbert Reynolds. Various productions (1916-17) starring Cecil Lean, Vivienne Segal, Frances Demarest, James Billings, Cecilia Hoffman, Ada Grey, Eric Van Dyck, etc. Songs include: "Auf Wiedersehn," "Vienna, Vienna," "They Croon in the USA," etc.
12 Blue Room, The : Book by David Hare. Produced at The Hippodrome State Theatre (Gainesville, FL - 2001) starring Jason Marr and Joy Schiebel. Directed by Lauren Caldwell.
12 Blue Widow, The : "A New Comedy" by Marianne Brown Waters. Produced at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1933) starring Queenie Smith, Helen Flint, Don Beddoe, Albert Van Dekker (Albert Dekker), Ralph Locke, etc. Directed by Harold Winston.
12 Bluebeard : or "Charles Ludlam's Bluebeard" by Charles Ludlam. Produced by The Ridiculous Theatrical Company at the Charles Ludlam Theatre (NYC - 1991) starring Kevin Scullin, Stephen Pell, Brian Neil Belovitch, Everett Quinton, Shawn Nacol, Lisa Herbold, Bill Graber, Eureka and H.M. Koutoukas. Directed by Everett Quinton. Music by Jim Badrak.
12 Bluebeard's Eighth Wife : "A Comedy in Four Adventures" by Alfred Savoir and Carlton Andrews. Various productions (1921-26) starring Ina Claire, Frank Wilcox, Arthur Byron, Donald Hall, Dennis King, Donald Hall, etc.
12 Bluebeard, Jr. : or "Fatima and the Fairy" by Clay M. Greene. Various productions (c.1890) starring Douglas A. Flint, Grace Addison, John D. Gilbert, Frank B. Blair, Edith Murilla, Jenie Reeves, etc.
12 Blues For Mister Charlie : "A New Play" by James Baldwin. Produced by the Actor's Studio Theatre at the ANTA Theatre (NYC - 1964) starring Frankie "Downbeat" Brown, Rip Torn (Husband of Geraldine Page), Al Freeman, Jr., Percy Rodriguez, Otis Young, Diana Sands, Pat Hingle, Ann Wedgeworth, etc. Directed by Burgess Meredith.
12 Blues In The Night : "A Dark-Toned Honey of a Show" by Sheldon Epps.Various productions (1982 - 2007) starring Leslie Uggams, Jean Du Shon, Debbie Shapiro, Charles Coleman, Roz Ryan, Vivian Reed, Leilani Jones, Maurice Hines (Of the 1960s nightclub variety team, "Hines, Hines and Dad" which featured his brother, Gregory Hines and their father.), Freda Payne, Carol Woods, Paulette Ivory and Alan Weeks. Directed by Sheldon Epps. Songs include: "These Foolish Things Remind Me of You" (Harry Link, Jack Strachey and Holt Marvell), "Lover Man" (Jimmy Davis, Roger "Ram" Ramirez and Jimmy Sherman), "Willow Weep for Me" (Ann Ronell), "Blues in the Night" (Johnny Mercer and Harold Arlen), "Baby Doll" (Bessie Smith), etc.
12 Boarding House! : "A Comedy in Four Acts" produced by Robson and Crane (No date) starring Stuart Robson, W.H. Crane, Frank E. Ambrose, etc.
12 Boarding House, The : "The Musical Farce" produced at the Theatre Royal, English Opera House, Strand (London - 1825). Billed with "Jonathan in England" and "Hit or Miss".
12 Bob, The Newsboy Detective : or "The Waif of New York". Produced at Capital Hall (Wilson Day's Theatre - Montpelier, VT - No date) starring Little Annie Bird, Wilson Day, A. G. Stone, etc.
12 Bobby Burnit : "A Comedy in Four Acts, Dramatized from George Randolph Chester's Novel" by Winchell Smith. Produced by the Empire Stock Company at the Empire Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1912) starring W. J. McCarthy, Ogden Crane, Florence Edney, Osborne Searle, etc. Directed by Charles Ashley.
12 Body And Soul : "A New Gay Romantic Comedy" by John Glines. Produced at the Courtyard Playhouse (NYC - 1991) Directed by John Glines.
12 Body Beautiful, The : "A New Musical Comedy" by Joseph Stein and Will Glickman. Music by Jerry Bock. Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. Produced by Richard Kollmar (Husband of Dorothy Killgallen) and Albert Selden at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - 1958) starring Mindy Carson, Jack Warden, Barbara McNair, Steve Forrest, William Hickey, Joe Ross, etc. Directed by George Schaeger. Choreography by Herbert Ross. Songs include: "The Body Beautiful," "All of These and More," "Summer Is," etc.
12 Boeing-Boeing : "A Jet Age Comedy" by Marc Camoletti. Various productions (1965-2013) starring Ian Carmichael, Gerald Harper, Maureen Pryor, Diana Millay, Joanna Morris, Susan Carr, Lyle Waggoner (Co-star of television's "The Carol Burnett Show," etc), Van Johnson, Nicholas Parsons, Celia Bills, David Hedges, Faith Carney Morales, Richard Jude Price, Casandra Schwartz, Ruth Smith, etc. Original 1965 production directed by Jack Minster.
12 Boesman And Lena : "A New Play" by Athol Fugard. Produced at the The Circle in the Square Theatre (NYC - 1970) starring James Earl Jones, Ruby Dee (Wife of Ossie Davis) and Zakes Mokae. Directed by John Berry.
12 Bohemia : Book by Clyde Fitch. Produced at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1896) starring Henry Miller, William Faversham, Viola Allen, Elsie De Wolfe, May Robson, etc.
12 Bohemian Girl : Filed with Music Collection - see "Opera and Operetta Programs".
12 Bois de Boulogne, Le : Produced at the Theatre Des Nouveautes (Paris - 1937) starring Guy Rivierre, Jeanne Aubert, etc. Directed by Raymond Deshays.
12 Bold Artiface, A : Book by A.B. Lindsley and S. Centlivre. Produced at the Dock Street Theatre (Charleston, SC - 1940) starring Richard Gaines, George Hall, Morse Peckham, etc. Directed by Amy Loomis.
12 Bold Stroke For A Husband, A : Produced at various theatres throughout Great Britain (1820-40).
12 Bold Stroke For A Wife, A : Book by Susanna Centlivre. Produced at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival/ The State Theatre (Montgomery - 1988) starring John Tillotson, Robert Browning, Kermit Brown, etc, Directed by Martin L. Platt.
12 Bombo : Book and lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Music by Sigmund Romberg (Portrayed by Jose Ferrer in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart"). Produced at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1923) starring Al Jolson (Portrayed by Larry Parks and Norman Brooks on film), Harry Turpin, Vera Kingston, Janet Adair, etc. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Choreography by Allan K. Foster. Songs include: "Jazza -da- Dada," "Wait Until My Ship Comes In," "In The Land of There," etc. See also "Popular Performers - Al Jolson".
12 Bond Honoured, A : Book by John Osborne. Produced at the National Theatre at the Queen's Theatre (London - c.1970) starring Robert Stephens, Maggie Smith, Gerald James, Paul Curran, etc. Billed with "Black Comedy" by Peter Shaffer. Directed by John Dexter.
12 Bonds of Interest, The : Book by Jacinto Benevente. Various productions and translations (1922-59) starring Walter Hampden, Mabel Moore, Niels Miller, Audrey Ward, etc.
12 Bonfire To Glory : Book by Katherine Roberts. Produced at the Stony Creek Theatre (Stony Creek, CT - 1936) starring Helen Zelinskaya, Everett Ripley, Sara Floyd, etc. Directed by Brace Conning.
12 Bonita : "A Musical Play of the Golden West" by Edward Locke. Music by Sigmund Romberg (Portrayed by Jose Ferrer in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart"). Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Produced by the Shuberts in New Haven (No date) starring Frank Erwin, Barry Lupino (Brother of Stanley Lupino. Uncle of Ida Lupino.), Veloz and Volanda, Frank King, Directed by J.C. Huffman. Songs include: "When I Take You All To London," "Eyes That Love," "The Rangers Song," etc.
12 Bonnie Scotland : "The Romantic, Picturesque Drama" produced at the Lyceum Theatre (Cleveland - 1896) starring Frank Lander.
12 Boogie Woogie and Booker T. : "A Multi-Media Production" produced by The National Black Touring Circuit, Inc. (No date) starring Wesley Brown as "Booker T. Washington". Directed by A. Dean Irby.
12 Boogie Woogie Bugle Girls! : Conceived by Philip Astor. Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami, Fl - 1987) starring Julie Prosser, Felicia Rafield and Avery Sommers. Directed by Philip Astor. Songs include: "In the Mood," "Swingin' on a Star," "G.I. Jive," "Victory Polka," etc.
12 Book Of Job, The : Adapted by Orlin Corey (from the King James Version). Various productions (1962-63) starring Randolph Tallman, Warren Hammack, Harold Proske, etc.
12 Booker T. Washington : Book by William M. Ashby. Produced by Dick Campbell at the Rose McClendon Workshop (NY Public Library - Harlem Branch - 1940) starring Arthur Wilson, Ossie Davis (Husband of Ruby Dee), Christola Wilson, Gene Toney, etc. Directed by Dick Campbell.
12 Boom-Boom : "A New Musical Comedy" by Fanny Todd Mitchell (adapted from the play "Mlle Ma Mere" by Louis Verneuil). Produced at The Casino (NYC - 1929) starring Frank McIntyre, Jeannette Mac Donald, Archie Leach (Cary Grant), Richard Lee, etc. Directed by George Marion. Choreography by John Boyle. Songs include: "We're Going to Make Boom-Boom," "Just a Big-Hearted Man," "Blow Those Blues Away," etc.
12 Boomerang, The : Book by Winchell Smith and Victor Mapes. Produced by David Belasco at various theatres (1915-17) starring Arthur Byron, Wallace Edinger, Gilbert Douglas, Martha Hedman, Ruth Shipley, etc.
12 Booth Is Back In Town : "A New Musical" by Austin Pendleton. Music by Jim Massengale. Lyrics by Peter Bergman. Produced by the Yale University Dramatic Association at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1961) starring Theodore L. Tarson. Barbara Bossert, Joanna Glass, Skip Hinnant, etc. Directed by Leland Starnes. Choreography by Geoffrey Waddell. Songs include: "The Book of Mr. Booth," "The American Fireman," "The Southern Fried," etc.
12 Bootle's Baby : Produced at McVicker's Theatre (Chicago - 1890) starring Charles A. Stevenson, Kate Claxton, Vida Croly, G.D. MacIntyre, etc.
12 Border Be Damned : "A Satirical Extravaganza" by Paul Vincent Carroll. Produced at the John Drew Theatre (East Hampton, LI - NY - 1951) by Philip Barry, Jr. and Patricia W. Barry (by arrangement with John Golden and Eddie Dowling) starring Eddie Dowling, Peggy Cass, Mary Welch, George Mathews, Ian Martin, John Farrell, etc. Directed by Philip Barry, Jr.
12 Borderers, the : Book by William Wordsworth. Produced at Grasmere Hall (Grasmere - 1970) for the Wordsmith Bi-Centenary starring The Grasmere Players and the Kendal Chamber Orchestra. Directed by Wilfred Hunter.
12 Born In the Gardens : Book by Peter Nichols. Various productions throughout Great Britain (1979-80) starring Beryl Reid, Peter Bowles, Barry Foster, Jennie Linden, Jan Waters, etc.
12 Born To Good Luck : or "An Irishman's Fortune" produced at Theatre Royal - Dublin (1839-49). Billed with "More Blunders Than One," "The Irish Lion," "His Last Legs," "The Poachers" and "The Wife's Secret". Productions star "Mr. Power" and Mr. and "Mrs. Kean".
12 Born Yesterday : "The Laff Hit" by Garson Kanin (Husband of Ruth Gordon). Various productions (1945-1970) starring Judy Holliday, John Alexander (Most famous as "Uncle Teddy" in "Arsenic and Old Lace" on stage and film.), Jan Sterling, Peggy Cass, Jean Arthur, Paul Douglas (Husband of Jan Sterling), Betty Grable (Wife of Harry James), Abe Vigoda, Dick O' Neill, Scott McKay, Frank Otto, Jesse White (Television's original "Maytag Repairman"), Jean Hagen (Co-star of "Singin' in the Rain," etc, on film), Gary Merrill (Husband of Bette Davis), Jean Parker, Lon Chaney, Robert Lowery (Most famous as "Batman" in the film serial of the 1940s. Husband of Jean Parker.), Ronnie Siegel, Brandy Rose, Harvey Lasky, etc. Original 1945 production directed by Garson Kanin.
12 Borned In Texas : "A Tall Tale" by Lynn Riggs. Produced at the Fulton Theatre (NYC - 1950) starring Marsha Hunt, Anthony Quinn, Frank Tweddell, Clifford Carpenter, etc. Directed by Sam Wanamaker.
12 Borscht Capades : "An English-Yiddish Musical Revue" produced at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1951) starring Mickey Katz (father of Joel Grey), Phil Foster (Co-star of television's "Laverne and Shirley"), Dave Barry, Barry Sisters, etc. Directed by Mickey Katz. Choreography by Ted Adair. Songs include: "Yiddish Mule Train," "He Grows in Brooklyn," "Songs My Mother Taught Me," etc.
12 Borstal Boy : Book by Brendan Behan (adapted for the stage by Frank McMahon). Produced by The Abbey Theatre of Dublin at various theatres (1968-71) starring Niall Toibin, Frank Grimes, Bruce Heighley, Dean Santoro, Helena Carroll, etc. Directed by Tomas MacAnna.
12 Bosoms And Neglect : Book by John Guare. Produced at the Goodman Theatre (Art Institute of Chicago - 1979) starring Paul Rudd, Kate Reid, and Marian Mercer. Directed by Mel Shapiro.
12 Boss, The : Book by Edward Sheldon. Produced at various theatres (1911-12) starring Holbrook Blinn, Ben Graham, Felix Krembs, Maude Fealy, Eugene Shakespeare, etc. Directed by William A. Brady.
12 Both Your Houses : "A Political Satire" by Maxwell Anderson. Various productions (1933-52) starring Mary Philips, Robert Shayne, Oscar Polk, Robert Strange, Morris Carnovsky, William Foran, Jerome Cowan, J. Edward Bromberg, Russell Collins, Shepperd Strudwick, Marion Ettie, Billie Richards, Joe Purnell, Ben Sachs, etc.
12 Bottled : Book by Anne Collins and Alice Timony. Produced at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring William H. Gerald, Halliam Bosworth, Nellie Callahan, John M. James, Al Roberts, etc.
12 Bottom's Dream : "An Original Shakespearian Vagary" by William T. W. Ball. Produced at the Park Theatre (Boston - 1885) starring Nat C. Goodwin, William Gill, Fanny Rice, Daisy Murdock, etc. Directed by Nat C.Goodwin and William Gill. See, also - Theatre - "Shakespeare Collection".
12 Bouchel Bawn : "New Irish Comedy-Drama" produced at the Blanchard Opera House (Montpelier, VT - No date) starring J.S. Murphy, J.E. Sheehan, Harry Thompson, etc.
12 Bought And Paid For : Book by George Broadhurst. Various productions (1912-14) starring Charles Richman, William Harrigan, John Cromwell (Father of James Cromwell), Frank Mills, Allan Atwell, Clifford Alexander, Rita Knight, Eugene Weber, David Kessler, George MacQuarrie, Hobart Cavanaugh, etc.
12 Bound : Book by Sophie Treadwell (formerly titled "Better to Marry"). Produced at the Lakewood Theatre (Madison, Maine - No date) starring Harold Vermilyea, Wright Kramer, Laura Carpenter, Ellen Dorr, etc. Directed by Howard Lindsay (pre-Broadway production).
12 Bourgeois Gentilhomme, Le : Book by Moliere. Various productions and translations (1937-71) starring Maurice Jacquemont, Annie Dumas, Douglas Rain, Len Cariou ("Sweeney Todd," etc), Helen Burns, Maurice Escande, Leland Wilcox, Priscilla Towers, etc.
12 Box Of Monkeys, A : Various productions (1890- 1905) starring Edward Ralston, Chauncey Oglethorpe, etc.
12 Boy Friend, The : "A New Musical Comedy of the 1920's" by Sandy Wilson. Music and lyrics by Sandy Wilson. Various productions starring Julie Andrews, Jo Ann Bayless, John Hewer, Eric Berry, Millicent Martin, Elizabeth Wilson, Barry Fuller, Anna Maria Alberghetti, Priscilla Lopez, Judy Carne ("The Sock-It -To - Me Girl" on television's "Laugh -In". Wife of Burt Reynolds.), Sandy Duncan, Jeff Richards, Rhonda Fleming, Ronald Young, Warren Beatty, Paul Tripp (Star of television's "Mr.I. Magination"), Barbara Cook, Jeremy Irons, Rosemary Ashe, Jan Todd, Jane Wellman, Philip Day, Anna Quayle, Simon Green, Paddie O'Neil, etc. Original 1954 production directed by Vida Hope. Original choreography by John Heawood. Songs include: "The Boy Friend," "Won't You Charleston With Me," "I Could Be Happy With You," "Perfect Young Ladies," "Play With Me Blues," "The Riviera," "It's Never too Late to Fall in Love," "Carnival Tango," "Poor Little Pierrette," etc.
12 Boy From Oz, The : Book by Martin Sherman (From the original book by Nick Enright). Music and lyrics by Peter Allen. Produced at the Imperial Theatre (NYC - 2003) starring Hugh Jackman (As "Peter Allen"), Stephanie J. Block (as "Liza Minnelli"), Beth Fowler, Isabel Keating (As "Judy Garland"), Jarrod Emick, Mitchel David Federan, Michael Mulheren, Brad Anderson, Todd Anderson, Naleah Dey, Tyler Hanes, Tari Kelly, etc. Directed by Philip Wm. McKinley. Choreographed by Joey McKneely. Songs include: "All the Lives of Me," "When I Get My Name in Lights," "Waltzing Matilda," "Only an Older Woman," "Best That You Can Do," "She Loves to Hear the Music," "Quiet Please There's a Lady On Stage," "I'd Rather Leave While I'm in Love," "Not the Boy Next Door," "Bi-Coastal," "Everything Old is New Again," "Love Don't Need a Reason," "I Honestly Love You," "You and Me," "I Still Call Australia Home," "Don't Cry Out Loud," "I Go to Rio," etc.
12 Boy Growing Up, A : "An Entertainment from the Stories of Dylan Thomas" produced by Sol Hurok. Produced at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1957) starring Emlyn Williams.
12 Boy Meets Boy : "A New Musical Comedy" by Bill Solly and Donald Ward. Music and lyrics by Bill Solly. Produced at the Las Palmas Theatre (Los Angeles - No date) starring Joe Barrett, Paul Ratkevich, Richard King, etc. Directed by Ron Troutman. Choreography by Robin Reseen. Songs include: "It's A Boy's Life," "Giving It Up For Love," "Marry An American," etc.
12 Boy Meets Girl : Book by Bella and Samuel Spewack. Various productions starring Roy Roberts, Hume Cronyn, Nigel Blake, Jack Albertson, Erskine Sanford, Jose Ferrer, Allyn Joslyn, Jerome Cowan, Everett Sloane, Garson Kanin (Husband of Ruth Gordon), etc.
12 Boy On The Straight-Back Chair : Book by Ranald Tavel. Produced at the American Palace Theatre (NYC - 1969) starring Kevin O' Connor, Katherine Squire, Gloria LeRoy, etc. Directed by Lee Von Rhau.
12 Boy Tramp, The : "An Elaborate Production of the Famous Sensational Melodrama" produced at Brunelle's Third Avenue Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Madam (and her son) Augustin Neuville, H.P. Keene, etc.
12 Boy Wanted, A : "A Topical Musical, Dramatic, Spectacular, Operatic, Extravaganza" by Charles E. Blaney. Produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse - 1897) starring Harry Clay Blaney (as the boy), Raymond Finlay, Frank Young, Belle Tufts, etc.
12 Boy With A Cart, The : Book by Christopher Fry. Produced at Mount St. Scholastica College (Atchison, KS - 1964) starring Jackie O' Neil, Jeanne Spaeth, etc.
12 Boyd's Daughter : "A New Comedy" by St. John Ervine. Produced at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Whitford Kane, Hiram Sherman, Helen Trenholme, William Post, Jr., etc. Directed by Hiram Sherman.
12 Boys And Betty, The : "A Musical in Three Acts" with book and lyrics by George V. Hobart (adapted from the French play, "La Papillon" by Rene Peter and Robert Danceny). Music by Silvio Hein. Starring James B. Carson, Edward Earle, Harriet Burt, etc. Directed by George Marion.
12 Boys And Girls : Book by John J. McNally. Produced at the Hollis St. Theatre (Boston - 1891) starring Joseph Mitchell, Ignatio Martinetti, Flora Irwin, May Irwin (Performed the first onscreen kiss in movie history with John C. Rice in the 1896 film "The Kiss"), etc. Directed by Julian Mitchell.
12 Boys And Girls Together : Produced by Ed Wynn ("The Perfect Fool Presents Himself") at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Ed Wynn, The De Marcos, Jane Pickins, Dave Apollon, etc. Music by Sammy Fain. Lyrics by Jack Yellen and Irving Kahal. Directed by Ed Wynn. Choreography by Albertina Rasch. Songs include: "Liable to Catch On," "Such Stuff as Dreams Are Made Of," "The Latin in Me," "Catsup on the Moon," etc.
12 Boys From Syracuse, The : Filed with the Shakespeare Collection - see "Shakespeare - Modern Adaptations".
12 Boys in the Band, The : Book by Mart Crowley. Various productions starring Alan Castner, Robert Christian, Cliff Gorman, Laurence Luckinbill (Husband of Lucie Arnaz), Paul Rudd, Rex Robbins, Leonard Frey, Reuben Greene, Christopher Bernau, Dennis Cooney, David Drake, Jeff Woodman, Douglas Lambert, Graham James, Frederick Combs, Tony Mumolo, Paul Braden, Nicholas Pryor, Terry Scully, Tony Anholt, William Gaunt, Neville Aurelius, Donald Douglas, John Hamill, John Carlisle, etc. The original 1968 production directed by Robert Moore.
12 Boys Next Door, The : Book by Tom Griffin. Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami, FL - 1990) starring Desi Arnaz, Jr., Ward Asquith, Traber Burns, etc. Directed by Arnold Mittelman.
12 Boys of Company "B," The : "A Comedy of New York National Guard Life" by Rida Johnson Young. Various productions (1907) starring Arnold Daly, Howard Estebrook, Wallace McCutcheon, Mack Sennett, Florence Nash, Ralph Kellard, Albert Sackett, etc.
12 Boy Who Discovered Easter, The : Book by Elizabeth McFadden (adapted from the story "The Boy Who Discovered the Spring" by Raymond MacDonald Alden).
12 Brand : Book by Henrick Ibsen. Produced by the Yale University School of Fine Arts/The Department of Drama (New Haven - 1928) starring Maude Humphrey, Hale Shaneberger, Elizabeth Elson, etc.
12 Brand From The Burning, A : "A Beautiful Drama in Four Acts" starring Cecile Rush, James R. Waite, Alice Balfour, etc. (No location or date listed).
12 Brass Ankle : Book by Du Bose Hayward. Produced at the Masque Forty-Fifth Street Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Alice Brady, Ruth Gates, Ben Smith, Percy Moore, Trixie Smith, etc. Directed by Harold Winston.
12 Brass Monkey, A : "The Latest Series of Character Studies" by Charles H. Hoyt. Various productions starring Charles Reed, Tim Murphy, Otis Harlen, George Marion, Inda Palmer, etc.
12 Brass Ring, The : Book by Irving Elman. Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1952) starring Sidney Blackmer, Douglas Watson, Bethel Leslie, Conrad Janis, Paul Ford (Co-star of television's "Sgt. Bilko," etc.), Directed by Stanley Gould.
12 Brat, The : "A Comedy in Three Acts" by Maude Fulton. Produced at various theatres (1917-18) starring Lewis. S. Stone (Lewis Stone - most famous as "Judge Hardy" in the "Andy Hardy'' film series), Edmond Lowe, Maude Fulton, Ruth Holt Boucicault, Leslie Palmer, etc. Directed by Oliver Morosco and Franklyn Underwood.
12 Bravo! : Book by Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman (Portrayed by Jason Robards in the 1963 biopic, "Act One"). Produced by Max Gordon at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring Oscar Homolka, Lili Darvis, Kevin McCarthy, Rosa Stradner, Fritzi Scheff, etc. Directed by George S. Kaufman.
12 Breadwinner, The : Book by W. Somerset Maugham. Produced at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring A. E. Matthews, Betty Linley, Angus Macleod, Irene Blair, Eleanor Woodruff, Marie Lohr, etc. Directed by A. E. Matthews.
12 Break Of Noon : Book by Paul Claudel. Produced at the Villanova Playbox (Pennsylvania - No date).
12 Breakfast In Bed : "A Farce in Three Acts" by George Feydeau (adapted for the American Stage by Willard Mack and Hilliard Booth). Produced at the Shubert-Jefferson Theatre (No location listed - 1920) starring Mary Jepp, Leon Gordon, Fred Strong, Harry Hanlon, etc. Directed by Bertram Harrison.
12 Breaking Legs : Book by Tom Dulack. Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (The Arthur F. and Alice E. Adams Theatre) - Miami, FL (1993) starring Tony Musante (Most famous as the star of television's "Toma"), John La Motta, Stephen Mendillo, Justin Miceli, Brian Sutherland and Eddie Zammit. Directed by Robert Kalfin.
12 Breaking Point : Book by William Fairchild. Various productions (1962-65) starring John Gregson, Robert Beatty, Paul Massie, Chad Floyd, Allen Sandler, Tom Edwards, Jim Brick, etc.
12 Breaking Point, The : "A Play of Lost Identity" by Mary Roberts Rinehart. Various productions (1923) starring Stephen Maley, Robert Vaughn (Star of television's "The Man From U.N.C.L.E."), Zeffie Tilbury, Gail Kane, Rogers Barker, Douglas R. Dumbrille, Lois Bolton, etc.
12 Breaking The Code : Book by Hugh Whitemore. Produced in London and NYC (1986-87) starring Derek Jacobi, Jenny Agutter, Colm Meaney, Robert Sean Leonard, Michael Gough, John Castle, Isabel Dean, Angela Down, Colin McCormack, Paul Bigley, Dean Winters, Nicholas Selby, etc. Directed by Clifford Williams.
12 Breath Of Spring : Book by Peter Coke. Various productions (1960-61) starring Liz Thackston, Art Kassul, Mary Fletcher, Rita McGrann, Wally Hoss, Patti Stoner, etc.
12 Brecht On Brecht : Arranged and Translated by George Tabori, Eric Bentley, Mark Blitzstein and W.R. Hayes. Music by Kurt Weill, Hanns Eisler and Bertolt Brecht. Various productions (1964 - 1968) starring Dane Clark, Anne Jackson (Wife of Eli Wallach), Lotte Lenya (Wife of Kurt Weill. Most famous as "Elsa Klebb" in the film, "From Russia With Love"), Viveca Lindfors, George Voskovec, Michael Wager, Lenka Peterson, Alfred Ryder, James Allred, Bill Williams, Edward Bales, Theodore Bikel, Alvin Epstein, Phillip Sterling, Josephine Premice, etc. Songs include: "The Lion," "Mask of Evil," "Epitaph," "In Memory of Maria," "Sinners in Hell," "The Ballad of Sexual Slavery," "Solomon Song," "Ballad of a Soldier's Wife," "Surabaya Johnny," "Lily of Hell," "The Ballad of Pirate Jenny," etc.
12 Breed Of The Treshams, The : Book by John Rutherford. Produced at the Lyric Theatre (No location or date listed) starring Charles J. Cameron, Bessie Elder, Charles Glenney, etc.
12 Breezy Time, A : "A Musical Farce Comedy" by Fritz and Webster. Produced at the Main Street Theatre (Mechanicsburg, Pa - 1901) starring Ed L. Clemens, William Desmond, Lotte Heywood, etc. Songs include: "Little Japanese Doll," "Mr. Doolie," "Mansion of Aching Hearts," etc.
12 Brewster's Millions : "Dramatization of George Barr McCutcheon's Celebrated Story" by Winchell Smith and Byron Ongley. Various productions (1907-13) starring Ralph Kellard, Lynn B. Hammond, Sumnar Gard, Gaston Bell, etc.
12 Bridal Wise : Book by Albert Hackett and Frances Goodrich. Produced at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Madge Kennedy, Minor Watson, Raymond Walburn, George Wright, Jr., Directed by Frank Craven.
12 Bride, The : "The Mystery Comedy in Three Acts" by Stuart Oliver and George Middleton. Produced at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse - 1926) starring Frank Wilcox, Kay Strozzi, Grace Fox, Robert Lawrence, Lucille Nikolas, etc,
12 Bride Comes Back, The : Book by Ronald Millar. Produced at the New Theater (Oxford, England - 1960) starring Margaret McCourt. Viola Lyel, Robertson Hare, etc. Directed by Harold French.
12 Bride Of Abydos, The : Produced at the Theatre Royal - Drury Lane (London - 1818). Billed with "Hit or Miss" and "The Turret Clock".
12 Bride Of Lammermoor, The : Produced in Scotland and Ireland (1823-43).
12 Bride Of The Lamb : Book by William Hurlbut. Produced at various theatres (NYC - 1926) starring Alice Brady, Edmund Elton, Arline Blackburn, Mabel Montgomery, etc. Directed by Robert Milton.
13 Bride Of Ludgate, The : Produced at the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh (1832). Biled with "Bachelor's Wives," "Harlequin Sinbad and The Old Man of the Sea," "The Adventures of a British Man-of - War," "A Day After the Wedding," "Dominique the Deserter," "Les Tableaux Vivans," "The Old Commodore," and "Life in London".
13 Bride Of Torozko, The : Book by Otto Indig (adapted by Ruth Langner). Produced at Henry Miller's Theatre (NYC - September 1934) starring Sam Jaffe (Most famous as "Gunga Din" on film. Co-star of television's "Ben Casey".), Van Heflin, Jean Arthur, Victor Kilian ("The Fernwood Flasher" on television's "Mary Hartman,Mary Hartman"), Lionel Stander, etc. Directed by Herman Shumlin.
13 Bride The Sun Shines On, The : Book by William Cotton. Produced at the George M. Cohan Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Dorothy Gish, Eric Dressler, Russel Rhodes, etc. Directed by Knowles Entrikin.
13 Bridge, The (By J. Caldwell) : Book by Joseph Caldwell. Produced by the Yale University School of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1956) starring Frank Nash, Dick Orkin, Edward Pomerantz, Nancy Niles, Brandon Stoddard, etc. Directed by Frank McMullan.
13 Bridge, The (By L. Shapiro) : Book by Lionel Shapiro. Produced at the Theatre Royal - Bristol (1952) starring Norman Rossington (Most famous as "Norm" in the film, "A Hard Days' Night"), Peter Nichols, Mary Steele, John Neville, etc. Directed by Denis Carey.
13 Bridge And The Bumblebee, The : Book by Joe A. Greenhoe. Produced by the Yale University Division of the Arts and the Department of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1951) starring Joan Zell, Davis W. Hannegan, Ellen Langdon, Howard Lanser, Sorrell Booke, and William Duell. Directed by Frank McMullan.
13 Brief Candle : Book by R.J.H. Powell, Jr. Produced by the Yale University School of the Fine Arts and the Department of Drama at the University Theatre (New Haven - 1929) starring Elizabeth Elson, Julian Rochelle, Pintard Meredith, Frank Woodruff, etc. Directed by George Pierce Baker.
13 Brief Encounter : Book by Noel Coward. Produced by the Roundabout Theatre Company at Studio 54 (NYC - 2010) starring Joseph Alessi, Dorothy Atkinson, Damon Daunno,Gabriel Ebert, Edward Jay, Annette McLaughlin, Adam Pleeth, Tristan Sturrock, Hannah Yelland, etc. Adapted and directed by Emma Rice. Original music by Stu Barker.
13 Brief Lives : "A Play for One Player" by John Aubrey (adapted by Patrick Garland). Produced at various theatres (1968-74) starring Roy Dotrice. Directed by Patrick Garland.
13 Brief Moment : "A Comedy in Three Acts" by S. N. Behrman. Various productions (1930-39) starring Francine Larrimore, Robert Douglas, Alexander Woollcott, Paul Harvey, Louis Calhern, Glenda Farrell, Coburn Goodwin, Edward Broadley, Douglas Montgomery, etc. Original 1930 - 31 production directed by Guthrie McClintic.
13 Brig, The : Book by Kenneth H. Brown. Various productions (c.1957) starring Tom Bradley, Jim Callahan, Mike Miller, Jim Anderson, Henry Howard, Tom Lillard, James Tiroff, etc.
13 Brigadoon (3 Folders) : Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner. Music by Frederick Loewe. Various productions starring David Brooks, Marion Bell, Pamela Britton, James Mitchell (Co-star of television's "All My Children"), Lee Sullivan, Helen Gallagher, Sally Ann Howes, Russell Nype, Peter Palmer (Star of "Li'l Abner" on stage and film), Edward Villella (New York City Ballet, etc), David Atkinson, Frank Maxwell, Robert Horton (Co-star of television's "Wagon Train," etc), Phil Hanna, Virginia Oswald, Albert Ruiz, Jeff Warren, Hayes Gordon, Ronald Knight, Chris Hamilton, Arthur Maxwell, Frank Maxwell, Stephen Douglas, Lois Hunt, Arthur Cowan, Douglas Rideout, Joan Fagan, Paul Brown, Mary Ann Mobley, Barton Mumaw, Priscella Gillette, Scott McKay, Robert Rounseville, Earl Redding, Wade Williams, Jamie Lightstone, Lauri Shemaria, Evelyn Wyckoff, Lawrence Brooks, Philip Halloran, Joel Vernon, Dick Dossett, Harvey Korman(Co-star of television's "The Carol Burnett Show," The Danny Kaye Show," etc), Evelyn King, Judy Kaye, Bobby Smith, Robert Busch, John Curry, Martin Vidnovic, Bill Hayes, Karen Morrow (Co-star of television's "The Jim Nabors Hour," etc), Reid Shelton, John Reardon (Metropolitan Opera), Susan Johnson, Farley Granger, etc. Original 1947 production directed by Robert Lewis. Original 1947 production choreographed by Agnes de Mille. Songs include: "Once in the Highlands," "Brigadoon," "Down in MacConnachy Square," "Waitin' for My Dearie," "I'll Go Home With Bonnie Jean," "The Heather on the Hill," "Come to Me, Bend to Me," "Almost Like Being in Love," "There But for You Go I," "From This Day On," etc.
13 Brigand, The : Various productions (1831-1858). Billed with "Clari," "High Ways and By Ways," and "My Neighbor's Wife".
13 Brigands, The : Filed with Belknap Music Collections - see "Opera and Operetta Programs".
13 Bright Eyes : "A New Musical Production in 3 Acts" by Charles Dickson. Lyrics by Otto A. Hauerbach (Otto Harbach). Music by Karl Hoschna. Produced at various theatres (1909-11) starring Cecil Lean, Florence Holbrook, Pauline Winters, Vera Finlay,etc. Directed by Frederick A. Bishop. Songs include: "Good Old Days of Yore," "I'll Be Your Chantecler," "Cheer Up My Honey," etc.
13 Bright Rebel : "A New Play about Lord Byron" by Stanley Young. Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1938) starring John Cromwell (Father of James Cromwell), Francis Swann, Mary McCormack, Dana Dale, etc. Directed by William Kilcullen.
13 Bright Star : "A Play in Three Acts" by Philip Barry. Various productions (1934-35) starring Lloyd Gough, Julie Haydon, Shepperd Strudwick, Lee Tracy, etc. Directed by Arthur Hopkins.
13 Brighten the Corner : A Comedy by John Cecil Holm. Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1945) starring Charles Butterworth, Lenore Lonergan, Phyllis Avery, etc. Directed by Arthur O' Connell.
13 Brighton! : "The Celebrated Comedy, Saratoga, in 4 Acts, localized for the London Stage" (No location or date) starring Charles Wydham, William Blakely, W.H. Day, etc.
13 Brighton Beach Memoirs : Book by Neil Simon. Various productions starring Matthew Broderick, Elizabeth Franz, Joyce Van Patten (Co-star of television's "The Danny Kaye Show". Sister of Dick Van Patten. Wife of Martin Balsam.), Peter Michael Goetz, Zejiko Ivanek, Mandy Ingber, Jodi Thelen, Anita Gillette, Fisher Stevens, Patrick Dempsey, J. Patrick Breen, Jon Cryer, Elizabeth Perkins, Stanley Tucci, David Margulies, Royana Black, Barbara Tarbuck, Mark Nelson, Louis Martin, Linda Stephens, George Koehn, Art Jacobs, Brian Ferinden, Harriet Oser, Sean Cutler, Hope Jasper, Romy Berk, Brian Drillinger, Richard Greene, Lynn Milgram, Rocky Parker, Verna Bloom (Most famous as the wife of "Dean Wormer" in the 1978 film, "Animal House."), Wendy Gazelle, Dorothy Holland, Dick Latessa ("Hairspray," etc.), Jonathan Silverman, etc. Original 1983 production directed by Gene Saks.
13 Brightower : "A New Play" by Dore Schary (President of MGM Studios 1951 - 56). Produced at the John Golden Theatre (NYC - 1970) starring Robert Lansing (Star of television's 12 O' Clock High), Geraldine Brooks, Paul McGrath, etc. Directed by Mel Weiser.
13 Brimstone And Treacle : Book by Dennis Potter. Produced at the Bristol Old Vic (London - No date) starring Brian Miller, Carolyn Moody, Gareth Tudor Price and Cathryn Bradshaw. Directed by Sue Wilson.
13 Bring Back Birdie : "A New Musical Comedy " by Michael Stewart (Sequel to "Bye Bye Birdie"). Music by Charles Strouse. Lyrics by Lee Adams. Produced at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Donald O' Connor, Chita Rivera, Maria Karnilova, Maurice Hines (Brother of Gregory Hines), etc. Directed by Joe Layton. Songs include: "Twenty Happy Years," "Movin' Out," "Middle Age Blues," "When Will Grown-Ups Grow Up," etc.
13 Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk : Produced at the National Theatre (Washington, DC - c.1996).
13 Bring On The Girls : "An American Farce" by George S. Kaufman (Portrayed by Jason Robards in the 1963 biopic, "Act One") and Morrie Ryskind. Produced at various theatres (1934-35) starring Jack Benny, Porter Hall, Oscar Polk, Marion Volk, etc. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Incidental Song - "Down on the Old Time Farm" - Music by Arthur Schwartz. Lyrics by Morrie Ryskind.
13 Bringing Up Father : "A Musical Farce, Adapted From the Famous Cartoons" by Thomas Swift and John P. Mulgrew. Music by Thomas F. Swift, Elven E. Hedges and Frank H. Grey. Produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1915) starring John E. Cain, Lida Kane, Edward Kirby, James Mack, etc. Directed by Charles H. Yale. Choreographed by Frank Tannehill, Jr. Songs include: "I'm Proud to Be a Yankee," "Tipperary," "Moving Picture, Mary," "Dear Old Girl," "The Irish Suffragette," etc.
13 Bringing Up Father In Politics : "The Entirely New Musical Comedy, being the second series founded upon the now world-wide famous George H. McManus' cartoons of BRINGING UP FATHER, in three rallys". Produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1916) starring Danny Simmons, Tony Murphy, Alice Gilmore, etc. Produced by Frank Tannehill. Choreographed by Edward Hutchinson. Songs include: "Made to Order for Me," "What Would Broadway Be Without Girls," "In Florida Among the Pines," "Introducing the Flags of All Nations," "I Lost My Heart in Honolulu," "If I Knock The L Out of Kelly," etc.
13 Bringing Up Father in Wall Street : "Mr. George McManus' famous Cartoon Creation" adapted by Nat LeRoy. Music by Edward Hutchinson. Lyrics by Sam Koslof. Produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1921) starring Charles McDonald, Emma Weston, Lee Allen, etc. Directed by J. Harry Jenkins. Choreographed by Edward Hutchinson. Songs include: "Crooning," "Sweet Patootie Town," "A Bungalo in Loveland," etc.
13 Bringing Up Father On His Vacation : "Farcical Cartoon Musical Comedy" by Nat LeRoy and Richard Carroll. Produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1922) starring Walter Vernon, Louise Earle, Fred Roberts, etc. Directed by Edward Hutchinson and Robert LaLonde. Songs Include: "Bandana Days," "Shimmie Wedding," "Moving Pictures Mary," etc. "Next Week - Ed Wynn, THE PERFECT FOOL".
13 British Born : Book by Paul Meritt and Henry Petitt. Produced at the Grecian Theatre - City Road (London - 1874). Billed with "Harlequin, The Wood Demon" and "From Snow Flakes to Sunshine".
13 Brittle Heaven : "The Play About Emily Dickinson and Helen Hunt Jackson" by Vincent York and Frederick J. Pohl. Produced at the Vanderbilt Theatre (NYC - 1934) starring Dorothy Gish, Albert Van Dekker (Albert Dekker), Edith Atwater, Herbert Warren, Robert LeSeur, etc. Directed by Clarence Derwent.
13 Brixton Burglary, The : "A Rollicking Farce in Three Acts" (Presented Two-Hundred Nights at Terry's Theatre and The Strand, London) by Frederick W. Sidney. Produced at the Herald Square Theatre (NYC - 1901) starring Sam Edwards, Lionel Barrymore, Grace Filkins, etc.
13 Broadway : "World-Famous Drama of the Cabarets" by Philip Dunning and George Abbott. Various productions (1926-79) starring Lee Tracy, Clare Woodbury, Ann Preston, Rosemary Murphy, Caddell Buroughs, Al Hedison (David Hedison - Co star of the film, "The Fly"), Hal LeRoy, Helen Ward, Kevin Tighe (Co-star of television's "Emergency"), John Putch (Son of Jean Stapleton), Wallace Ford, Edward Ciannelli, Paul Porcasi, Frank Wilcox, Tom Robbins, Richard Ooms, Jill O'Hara, Gilda Radner (Original member of "The Not Ready for Prime Time Players" on television's "Saturday Night Live". Wife of Gene Wilder.), William Atherton, Chris Sarandon (Husband of Susan Sarandon), etc. Original 1926 production directed by Philip Dunning and George Abbott.
13 Broadway After Twelve : "New Musical Farce Comedy" produced at the Murray Hill Theatre (NYC - 1908) starring Charles Barton, Bert Baker, Tessie Burns, etc. Songs include: "She Is the Lady of the Play," "Honey Boy," "Since Mary Went to Paris," etc. Billed with a vaudeville show starring Mildred Gilmore ("The Ginger Girl") and Mckee and Van (Blackface Comedians). "Amateur Night Every Friday".
13 Broadway And Buttermilk : "A Character Comedy in Three Acts" by Willard Mack. Produced at the Empire Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1920) starring Minna Gombell, Walter Gilbert, Adelaide Hibbard, etc. Directed by W. C. Masson. Songs include: "Tickle Toe," "You Gotta Show Me," "Killimuck Jazz Band," etc.
13 Broadway Bound : Book by Neil Simon. Various productions (1986-89) starring Linda Lavin (Star of television's "Alice"), Jonathan Silverman, Jason Alexander, John Randolph, Phyllis Newman (Wife of Adolph Green), Philip Sterling, Elizabeth Franz, Evan Handler, Dick Latessa, Mark Nelson, Alan Manson, Lauren Klein, Peter Bauer, Jim Wren, Ed Herlihy, Marilyn Cooper, etc. Original 1986 production directed by Gene Saks (Husband of Beatrice Arthur).
13 Broadway Boy : Book by Wallace A. Manheimer and Isaac Paul. Produced at the Forty-Eighth Street Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Roberta Beatty, Roy Roberts, William Balfour, etc. Directed by Jacob A. Weiser.
13 Broadway Follies : "A Vaudeville" by Donald Driver. Music and lyrics by Walter Marks. Produced at the Nederlander Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Robert Shields, Lorene Yarnell, Tessie O'Shea, Michael Davis, etc. Directed by Donald Driver. Choreographed by Arthur Faria. Songs include: "Picadilly," "The Paper Bag Rag," "Tap My Way to the Stars," etc.
13 Broadway Jones : "A Comedy" by George M. Cohan (Portrayed by James Cagney on film, Mickey Rooney on television and Joel Grey on stage.). Various productions (1914-15) starring George M. Cohan, Helen F. Cohan (Daughter of George M.Cohan), Jerry J. Cohan (Father of George M.Cohan. Portrayed by Walter Huston in the 1942 biopic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy".), Ada Gilman, Mary Murphy, Corliss Giles, Harrison Ford, Henry Gsell, Morgan Wallace, etc. Original 1914 production directed by George M. Cohan.
13 Broadway Nights : Book by Edgar Smith. Music by Sam Timberg, Lee David and Maurice Rubans. Lyrics by M. Jaffe. Produced at the Forty-Fourth Street Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Dr. Rockwell, Odette Myrtil, Harry J. Conley, Joe Phillips, Frank Gaby, Chester Hale Ballet, etc. Directed and choreographed by Busby Berkeley. Songs include: "Why Don't We?," "Hotsy Totsy Hats," "Lobster Crawl," ""Stranded in a One-Horse Town," etc.
13 Broadway Shadows : "A Comedy Drama in Three Acts" by Willard Earl Simmons. Produced at the Belmont Theatre (NYC - 1930) starring Lucille Fenton, Howard St. John, Leo Dawn, etc. Directed by Willard Earl Simmons.
13 Broadway To Paris : Book and lyrics by George Bronson-Howard and Harold Atteridge. Music by Max Hoffmann. Additional Numbers by Anatol Friedland. Produced by the Winter Garden Company and Gertrude Hoffmann (1913) starring Gertrude Hoffmann, Tom Gilbert, Marion Sunshine, etc. Directed by Ned Wayburn.
13 Broadway To Tokio : "The New Magnificent Spectacle" by Louis Harrison and George V. Hobart. Music by A. B. Sloane and Reginald De Kovan. Produced at The New York Theatre (NYC - 1900) starring Otis Harlin, Ignacio Martinetti, Joe Ott, Lew Foley, etc. Directed by Max Freeman. Ballets arranged by Carl Marwig. Songs include: "The Serpent of the Nile," "Dig, Ye Dagos, Dig," "Hunting a Home in Harlem," etc.
13 Broadway Whims : Book by Benny "Wop" Moore. A Beverly Carr Production presented at the Civic Theatre (No location or date listed) starring Ben Lerner, Ruth Donald, Mabel Frances, etc. Songs include: "Hello Syracuse," "A Wee Bit of Hot-Cha," "An Auto Flirtation," etc.
13 Broken Dishes : "A Comedy" by Martin Flavin. Produced at the Ritz Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Donald Meek, Bette Davis, Eda Heinemann, Etha Dack, etc. Directed by Marion Gering.
13 Broken Glass : "A Psychological Drama" by Arthur Miller. Produced at the Hippodrome State Theatre (Gainesville, FL - 1995) starring Ray Dooley (Wife of Eddie Dowling), David Shelton, Sara Morsey, Robin Olson, Rusty Salling, etc. Directed by Mary Hausch.
13 Broken Hearts Of Broadway : "A Melodram Full of Thrills, Chills and Laughs" produced at the New York Music Hall (Atop the Central Opera House - 1944) starring Bibi Osterwald. Directed by Ralph Matson.
13 Broken Journey : "A New Play" by Andrew Rosenthal. Produced at Henry Miller's Theatre (NYC - 1942) starring Tom Powers, Zita Johann (Wife of John Houseman), Warner Anderson, etc. Directed by Arthur Hopkins.
13 Broken Seal, The : "A Drama in Five Acts (Founded on the French of Busnach) by Sydney Grundy. Produced at Palmer's Theatre (NYC - 1892) starring Frederic Robinson, Agnes Booth, Maud Harrison, etc.
13 Broken Wing, The : "A New Comedy-Drama" by Paul Dickey and Charles W. Goddard. Various productions (1921-27) starring Louis Wolheim, George Abbott, Mary Worth, Frank Wilcox, etc. Original 1921 production directed by Sargent Aborn.
13 Brontosaurus : Book by Lanford Wilson. Produced by The Circle Repertory Company ("The Late Show" - NYC - No date) starring Tanya Berezin, Sharon Madden and Jeff Daniels. Directed by Daniel Irvine.
13 Bronx Express : "A Comedy-Drama" by Ossip Dymow (translated by Samuel R. Golding - adapted for the American stage by Owen Davis). Produced at the Astor Theatre (NYC - 1922) starring Charles Coburn, Mrs. Charles Coburn (Ivah Wills Coburn), Hope Sutherland, Lark Taylor, etc.
13 Bronze Horse, The : "The Romantic Chinese Spectacle" produced at the Museum Theatre (Providence, RI - 1852).
13 Bronze Statue, The : Book by Crane Johnson. One act play script from "Seven Strange Plays" by Crane Johnson.
13 Brook, The : "The Laughable and Musical Extravaganza" by N. Salsbury. Various productions (1880) starring N. Salsbury, John Webster, Nellie McHenry, etc.
13 Brooklyn, U.S.A. : Book by John Bright and Asa Bordages. Produced (by Bern Bernard and Lionel Stander) at the Forrest Theatre (NYC - 1942) starring Tom Pedi, Eddie Nugent, Sidney Lumet, Julie Stevens (Most famous as radio's "Helen Trent"), etc. Directed by Lem Ward.
13 Brothel, The : Book by Mario Fratti. Produced at the Clark Center for the Performing Arts (Columbia University, NYC - 1972) starring Jack Axelrod, Lindsay Ann Crouse and Kathryn Eames. Directed by Frank Ford. Billed with "Beast" by Robert Ost.
13 Brother And Sister : Book by Robert Bolt. Produced at the Theatre- Royal, Bristol (1968) starring Sonia Dresel, Bridget Turner, Geoffrey Whitehead, William Hartnell, Basil Henson and Norman Tyrrell. Directed by Val May.
13 Brother For Brother : Book by Frank Harvey. Produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1896) starring Edward F. Snader, John Sheahan, Lizzie Hunt, Hanna May Ingham, etc.
13 Brother John : Book by Martha Morton. Various productions (1893-98) starring William H. Crane, George Backus, James O. Barrow, William Ingersoll, Edward Mackay, etc.
13 Brother Officers : "A Comedy in Three Acts" by Leo Trevor. Various productions (1900-01) starring William Faversham, E. Y. Backus, Guy Standing, Arthur Bourchier, James Erskine, Violet Vanbrugh, Byron, John B. Maher, etc.
13 Brother Rat : Book by John Monks, Jr. and Fred F. Finklehoffe. Various productions (1936- 1957) starring Eddie Albert, Frank Albertson, Jose Ferrer, Ezra Stone (Most famous as radio's "Henry Aldrich"), Herbert Rudley, Barry Sullivan, Eddie Bracken, Gary Merrill (Husband of Bette Davis), Lyle Bettger, Tom Bosley, Tom Ellis, Tom Ewell. John Forsyth, etc. Original 1936 production directed and produced by George Abbott.
13 Brothers : Book by Herbert Ashton, Jr. Produced at the Forty-Eighth Street Theatre (1929) starring Bert Lytell, William Ingersoll, William J. Kelly. Etc. Directed by Arthur Hurley.
13 Brothers Karamazov, The : "A Play in Five Acts" by Dostoevsky. Various productions and adaptations (1927-1960) starring Morris Carnovsky, Alfred Lunt, Edward G. Robinson, Lynn Fontanne (Wife of Alfred Lunt), Henry Travers (Most famous as "Clarence the Angel" in the film, "It's a Wonderful Life"), Philip Loeb (Co-star of "The Goldbergs" on radio and television), Archie Smith, Vincent Gardenia, etc.
13 Brown Danube, The : "A New Melodrama" by Burnet Hershey. Various productions (1939) starring Jessie Royce Landis, Dean Jagger, Ernest Lawford, George Macready, Edward Franz, Fay Wray, Directed by George Somnes.
13 Brown Of Harvard : "A Comedy in Four Acts" by Rida Johnson Young. Various productions (1906-12) starring Henry Woodruff, Albert Perry, Rex Stovel, Claude Kimball, Ogden Crane, etc.
13 Brown's In Town : Book by Mark E. Swan. Various productions (c.1915) starring Charles J. Stine, Reba Bicknell, Lily Kane, Lew H. Newcomb, Henry Gsell, etc.
13 Browne With An 'E' : A Pastoral Play" produced at the St. Nicholas Church (Wells, Norfolk - England - 1912) starring F.W. Schofield Brabham, R. Middleton, Marcel de Signeux, etc.
13 Brownies : Book by Palmer Cox. Produced at the Hyperion Theatre (New Haven - 1895) starring Inez Mecusker, Ida Mulle, Frank Deshon, Gus Howard, etc. Directed by Ben Teal.
13 Browning Version, The : Book by Terence Rattigan. Various productions (1949 - 84) starring Maurice Evans, Edna Best, Ron Randall, David Marks, Tom Bosley, Graeme Henderson, Alec McCowen, Mary Chilton, David Marks, Ian Bolt, Norman Eddington, etc. Billed with "Black Comedy" by Peter Shaffer, "Harlequinade" by Terrence Rattigan and "Apollo" by Jean Giraudoux.
13 Bruno And Sidney : "A Comedy" by Edward Caulfield. Produced at the New Stages Theatre (NYC - 1949) starring Billy Redfield, June Prud' Homme, Joan Tompkins, etc. Directed by Philip Loeb (Co-star of "The Goldbergs" on radio and television).
13 Brush Up Your Shakespeare : Filed with the Shakespeare Collection - see "Shakespeare - Theatrical Tributes".
13 Brutus : or "The Fall of Tarquin". Produced at various theatres in Great Britain (1825 -41). Billed with "Adopted Child," "The Taming of the Shrew," "Amoroso" and "De La Perouse".
13 Bubble, The : "A Comedy-Drama in Three Acts" by Robert Milton. Produced in various theatres (1915) starring Louis Mann, Auguste Burmester, Laura Walker, etc. Directed by Robert Milton.
13 Bubbles Of The Day : Book by Douglas Jerrold. Produced at the Theatre Royal - Dublin (1842). Billed with a burlesque of "The Beggar's Opera.
13 Bubbling Brown Sugar : "The New Smash Hit Musical Revue" by Loften Mitchelll (based on a concept by Rosetta LeNoire) featuring music by Eubie Blake, Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday, Andy Razaf, Cab Calloway, Earl Hines and J.C. Johnson. Various productions (1975-86) starring Avon Long, Josephine Premice, Vivian Reed, Joseph Attles, Thelma Carpenter, Nell Carter, Dee Brown, Billy Daniels, Gail Nelson, Chip Garnett, Marva Hicks, Ebony Jo-Ann, The Bobby Hill, etc. Original 1975 production directed by Robert M. Cooper. Choreographed by Billy Wilson. Songs include: "His Eye is On the Sparrow," "Stompin' At the Savoy," "I Got It Bad," "God Bless the Child," "Nobody," "Bubbling Brown Sugar," "Sweet Georgia Brown," "Some of These Days," "Solitude," "I'm Beginning to See the Light," "Ain't Misbehavin'," "That Old Black Magic," "It Don't Mean a Thing," etc.
13 Buccaneer, The : "A Romantic Comedy" by Maxwell Anderson and Laurence Stallings. Produced at various theatres (1925) starring William Farnum, Estelle Winwood, Frank Hearn, Brandon Peters, etc. Directed by Arthur Hopkins.
13 Buck On Leave, A : "The Wintergarden Show of the A.E. F. By Sergeant Patrick Henry Barnes. Lyrics and Music by George Fairman, Frank Gray, J.S. Zamecnik and Gordon Laughead. Produced by The Rainbow Division Veterans (Cleveland - c.1917) starring John Wagner, Joe Young, Julia Smith, etc. Directed by Patrick Henry Barnes. Songs include: "Just Wanting You," "Hello America," "Parley-Voo," etc.
13 Buddies : "A Comedy of Quaint Brittany" by George V. Hobart. Music and lyrics by B. C. Hilliam. Various productions (1920-21) starring Donald Brian, Peggy Wood, Ralph Morgan, Roland Young, Ignacio Martinetti, Walter Abel, etc. Songs include: "Please Learn To Love," "The Wail of the Tale of the Long, Long Trail," "Hello Home," etc.
13 Buddy : "The Buddy Holly Story" by Alan Janes. Various productions (1990 - 2002) starring Paul Hipp, Fred Sanders, Kevin Fox, Tom Nash, Russ Jolly, David Mucci, Demo Cates, Erik Hayden, Craig Davenport, Brendan R. Murphy, etc. Songs include: "Peggy Sue," "That'll Be the Day," "True Love Ways," etc.
14 Bugle Call, The : "An Original Divertissement" by C. Wilhelm. Music by Sidney Jones. Produced at the Empire Theatre (London - No Date) starring Leslie Greville, Fred Farren, etc. Directed by C. Wilhelm.
14 Build With One Hand : "A New Play" by Joseph Kramm. Produced at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1956) starring Elliott Nugent, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Larry Gates, Russell Hicks, etc. Directed by Joseph Kramm and Warren Enters.
14 Builder Of Bridges, The : Book by Alfred Sutro. Produced by Charles Frohman (March 1910) starring Kyrle Bellew, Eugene O' Brien, Frank Connor, Jane May, etc.
14 Bull : "The Bullfight Play" by Mike Bartlett ("Two Jobs. Three Candidates. This would be a really bad time to have a stain on your shirt..."). Produced by the Sheffield Theatres and 59E59 Theatres (NYC - 2013) starring Adam James, Eleanor Matsuura, Neil Stuke, Sam Troughton, etc. Directed by Clare Lizzimore.
14 Bull Dog Drummond : "Melodrama - Four Acts and Six Scenes Founded on 'A Book of Adventure' by Sapper". Produced at the Knickerbocker Theatre (NYC - 1921) starring A. E. Matthews, Geoffrey Millar, H. Franklyn Bellamy, etc.
14 Bullfight : "A New Play" by Leslie Stevens. Produced at the Theater De Lys (NYC - 1954) starring Hurd Hatfield (Most famous as the star of the film, "The Picture of Dorian Gray"), Vivian Nathan, Mario Alcalde, etc. Directed by Joseph Anthony.
14 Bully : "An Adventure With Teddy Roosevelt" by Jerome Alden. A one-man show produced at the National Theatre (Wasington, DC - 1977) starring James Whitmore. Directed by Peter H. Hunt.
14 Bunch And Judy, The : "A Musical Entertainment in Two Acts" by Anne Caldwell and Hugh Ford. Music by Jerome Kern. Lyrics by Anne Caldwell. Produced at the Globe Theatre (NYC - 1922) starring Ray Dooley (Wife of Elliott Nugent), Fred Astaire, Adele Astaire, Ruth White, etc. Directed by Fred G. Latham. Songs include: "The Naughty Nobleman," "Pale Venetian Moon," "Every Day in Every Way," etc.
14 Bunch Of Berries, A : "A New Farcical Extravaganza" by E. L. Blanchard. Produced at Daly's Fifth Avenue Theatre (NYC - c.1875) starring Fawdon Vokes, Frederick Vokes, Victoria Vokes, Rosina Vokes, Jessie Vokes, John Moore, etc.
14 Bunch Of Keys, A : or "The Hotel" by Charles H. Hoyt. Various productions (1883-95) starring Flora Moore, Harry Fitzgerald, Tom Harding, Alice Atherton, Willie Edouin, Ada Bothner, Helen Judson, Lena Merville, etc.
14 Bunty Pulls The Strings : Book by Graham Moffat. Various productions (1911-1912) starring Kate Moffat, Molly Pearson, Edmond Beresford, Vera Poole, Molly McIntyre, etc.
14 Burglar, The (By M. Cameron) : "Farce in One Act" by Margaret Cameron. Produced at the residence of Mrs. Sam P. Blagden (NYC - 1905) starring Leonie Alexandre, Gertrude Slocum, Margaret Blagden, etc. Billed with "Mrs. Oakley's Telephone" by Eulora M. Jennings.
14 Burglar, The (By A. Thomas) : "A Comedy in Four Acts" by Augustus Thomas. Various productions (No date) starring Eugene Moore, Carleton Macy, Louis Dutton, etc.
14 Burglar Alarm, The : "A Comedietta in One Act" produced in NYC (1901) starring Malvina Hoffman, Sadie Smith, Lily Lee Page and Alice Wardell. Billed with "Ici On Parle Francais".
14 Burgo-master, The (By G. Hoffman) : Book by Gert Hofmann. Produced at the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre (1969) starring Charles Kimbrough, Penelope Reed, and Michael Rairman. Directed by Anthony Perkins.
14 Burgomaster, The (By F. Pixley) : "A Musical Comedy in a Prologue and Two Acts" with book and lyrics by Frank Pixley. Music by Gustave Luders. Various productions (1902-10) starring Ruth White, Oscar L. Figman, Charles Sharp, Marion Mack, Harry Hermsen, etc. Songs include: "Good-bye New Amsterdam," "Keep Cool," "The Dutch Cadets," etc.
14 Burgomaster Of Pinneberg, The : "Burlesque with Music and Dance" by Hans Gross. Music by Carl Josef. Produced at the Olympic Theatre (St. Louis - 1891) starring Max Walter, Ida Mahr, Adolf Zink, Herman Bing, Franz Ebert, etc. Directed and choreographed by Charles Rosenfeld.
14 Buried Child : Book by Sam Shepard. Various productions (1979-82) starring Nathan Davis, Jonathan Fuller, Rosemary Prinz, Larry Shue, Maury Cooper, Bruce Mackey, Henry Steele, Mary McDonnell, Mary Louise Wilson, William M. Carr, Jacqueline Brookes, Christopher McCann, Tom Noonan, Bill Wiley, Edward Seamon, etc.
14 Burlesque : "A Comedy" by George Manker Watters and Arthur Hopkins. Various productions (1927- 58) starring Barbara Stanwyck, Eileen Wilson, Paul Hartman (Most famous as "Emmett the Fix-It Man" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Mayberry RFD"), Althea Murphy, Milton Selzer, Dan Dailey, Jane Kean (Co-star of television's "The (Color) Honeymooners"), Virginia Martin, Bert Lahr, Jean Parker, Peggy Cass (Regular panelist on television's "To Tell the Truth"), etc. Original 1927 production directed by Arthur Hopkins.
14 Burmah : Book by Henry Pettit and Sir Augustus Harris. Produced ("First Time in America") at the Boston Theatre (1895) starring James E. Wilson, H. Cooper Cliffe, Eugene Ormonde, etc. Directed by Lawrence McCarty.
14 Burn This : Book by Lanford Wilson. Various productions (1988 - 90) starring John Malkovich, Joan Allen, Jonathan Hogan, Lou Libertore, Juliet Stevenson, Michael Simkins, Eric Roberts (Brother of Julia Roberts), Lisa Emery, etc.
14 Burning Bright : "A New Play" by John Steinbeck. Various productions (1950-1953) starring Kent Smith, Barbara Bel Geddes, Howard Da Silva, Brooks Martin, John McLiam, Charles Aidman, Roberta Robinson, and Allen Derrick. Original 1950 production directed by Guthrie McClintic and produced by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein 2nd.
14 Burning Bush, The : Book by Geza Herczeg and Heinz Herald (adapted by Noel Langley). Produced at the President Theatre (NYC - 1950) starring Robert H. Fuller, Donald Myle, Paul Ransom, Robert Craig, etc. Produced and directed by Erwin Piscator (March of Drama Repertory Theatre).
14 Burning Daylight : "The True Story of Jack London" by William Shephard. Produced by the Company Theatre (No date or location listed) starring William Shephard. Designed and staged by William Shephard.
14 Burning Glass, The : "A New Play" by Charles Morgan. Produced at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1954) starring Cedric Hardwicke, Walter Matthau, Isobel Elsom, Scott Forbes, Maria Riva (daughter of Marlene Dietrich), etc. Directed by Luther Kennett.
14 Burning Libraries : "A transporting theatrical spectacle that soars with aerial magic, haunting sound, dance, puppetry and video effects" by Helen Stoltzfus and Albert Greenburg. Produced by "Alice' at the Laney College Theatre (Oakland, CA - 2010). Directed by Helen Stoltzfus. Original music by Albert Greenberg. "In a time of rampant xenophobia and thinly veiled racism, BURNING LIBRARIES tells over 30 real-life tales of ordinary people from minority and immigrant communities."
14 Burning Of The Lepers, The : "A New Play" by Wallace Hamilton. Produced at the Arena Stage (Washington, DC - 1962) starring Robert Prosky, Robert Quarry (Most famous as "Count Yorga, Vampire" on film), Melinda Dillon (Most famous as the mother in the film, "A Christmas Story"), Alan Openheimer, etc. Directed by Alan Schneider.
14 Burnt Flower Bed, The : Book by Ugo Betti. Produced at the Westport Country Playhouse (Westport, CT - 1960) starring Eric Portman, Signe Hasso, Gloria Vanderbilt (Mother of Anderson Cooper), Alexander Scourby, Vincent Gardenia, etc, Directed by Herbert Machiz.
14 Burr Oaks : or "The Deserter" - "A Great War Drama... founded on incidents of the late war...". Produced at H.R. Brennan's Star Theatre Bradford, NH - No date) starring Minnie DeLange, Thomas J. Cooney, Harry Newton, H.R. Brennan, etc.
14 Bury The Dead : Book by Irwin Shaw. Various productions (1936-48) starring Will Geer ("Grandpa" on television's "The Waltons"), Jay Adler, Rose Keane, Gordon Nelson, Maurie Miller, Louis Terkel, Jack Reed, Anthony Franciosa, William Hickey, Beatrice Arthur, Florence Stanley, etc. Billed with "Hello Out There" by William Saroyan, and "Prelude" by J. Edward Shugrue and John O' Shaughnessy.
14 Bus Stop : Book by William Inge. Various productions (1955 - 1996) starring Kim Stanley, Anthony Ross, Elaine Stritch, Dick York, Lee Remick, Keir Dullea, Mary-Louise Parker, Ron Perlman, Billy Crudup, Kelly Bishop, Barbara Baxley, Glenn Anders, Mark Miller, Phyllis Ann Frick, Marie Andrews, Peggy Ann Garner, Russell Hardie, Jeannette Randall, Albert Salmi, Karen Munster, Suzanne Fermier, Steve Romaine, Annette Sobolovitz, Mary Roessler, Sally Wheat, Lois Race, etc. Original 1955 production directed by Harold Clurman.
14 Business Before Pleasure : "A New Comedy in Three Acts" by Montague Glass and Jules Eckert Goodman. Various productions (1918-21) starring Barney Bernard, Alexander Carr, Jules Jordan, Ralph Murphy, Ernest Cossart, etc.
14 Business Is Business (By J. Madison) : Book by James Madison. Produced at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1912) starring Mike D. Collins, Nat Brown, Frank Austin, Dolly Sweet, Violet Wilson, etc.
14 Business Is Business (By O. Mirbeau) : Book by Octave Mirbeau (translated for the English stage by Robert Hichens). Produced by Charles Frohman at the Savoy Theatre (Atlantic City, NJ - No date) starring William H. Crane, H. Hassard Short, George Backus, etc.
14 Business Widow, The : Book by Gladys Unger. Produced at the Shubert-Jefferson Theatre (St. Louis - 1924) starring Leo Ditrichstein, John Hayden, Lola Fisher, etc.
14 Buster Brown : "Cartoon Comedy" by Charles Newman and George Totten Smith. Produced at the Majestic Theatre (NYC - "Safest Theatre in the World" - No date) starring Master Gabriel ("America's Toy Comedian"), George Ali, Bobby North, etc.
14 Busy Body, The : Produced at various theatres in Great Britain (1810-37). Billed with "Hit or Miss," "Killing No Murder" and "House Room".
14 Busy Izzy : "A Foolish Pastime in Two Frolics by Jingo. Music by Golly".Produced at various theatres (1903-12) starring George Sidney ("The Fun Merchant"), Dick Hume, Francis Berg, etc. Songs include: "Keep Away from the Fellow Who Owns An Automobile," "The Ragtime Minstrels," "She Reads the New York Papers," "Under a Blanket in a Folding Bed," etc.
14 Busy Martyr, The : Book by George Hitchcock. Produced by The Actor's Workshop (San Francisco - No date) starring George Hitchcock, Justin Bishop, Alexis Tellis, Susan Darby, etc. Directed by Robert W. Goldsby.
14 But For The Grace Of God : Book by Leopold Atlas. Produced by The Theatre Guild (NYC - 1937) starring Joe Brown, Jr., James Bell, James McCallion, Gene Lowe, etc. Directed by Benno Schneider.
14 Bur Not For Love : Book by Charles Rabiner. Produced by The Yale University School of Fine Arts/Department of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1941) starring Kathleen Johnson, Charles Suggs, Norman Holland, Frank Gaunt, etc. Directed by Frank McMullan.
14 But Not Goodbye : Book by George Seaton. Produced at the Chase Barn Playhouse (Whitefield, NH - 1960) starring Carl Kaiser, Michael Nixon, Mary Moran, etc. Directed by Ken Rockefeller.
14 But, Seriously... : Book by Julius Epstein. Produced at Henry Miller's Theatre (NYC - 1969) starring Tom Poston (Co-star of television's "To Tell The Truth," "The Tonight Show," The Bob Newhart Show," etc. Husband of Suzanne Pleshette.), Bethel Leslie, Robert Mandan, Dick Van Patten, Richard Dreyfuss, etc. Directed by John Allen.
14 Butler County : "A World Premiere" by Dean Corrin. Produced at the Victory Garden Theatre (Chicago - 1984) starring Edgar Meyer, Joe D. Lauck, Molly Hagan, Scott McPherson and Annabel Armour. Directed by Sandy Shinner.
14 Butley : Book by Simon Gray. Various productions (1971-73) starring Alan Bates, Barbara Lester, Holland Taylor, Brian Bedford, Paul Jott, Richard O' Callaghan, Mary Wimbush, Original 1971 production directed by Harold Pinter.
14 Butter And Egg Man, The : Book by George S. Kaufman (Portrayed by Jason Robards in the 1963 biopic, "Act One"). Various productions (1926-27) starring Gregory Kelly, Grace Valentine, Elsie Hitz, Marion Barney, Frank Wilcox, Irene Shirley, Gertrude Rich, Slyvia Field, etc. Original 1926 production directed by James Gleason.
14 Butterfingers Angel, The : "An Entertainment" by William Gibson. Music and lyrics by Paul Botha, Themi Venturas, Traditional. Produced at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre (University of Natal, Princess Alice Drive, Berea, Durban, KZN, Durba - 1984) starring Christopher Wells, Tamar Meskin, Tu Nokwe, etc. Directed by Pieter Scholtz. Choreography by Jilian Hurst. Songs include: "Fill the Stage With Bits of Folly," "I'm Different," "Gather Me Some Cherries," etc.
14 Butterflies, The : Book by Henry Guy Carleton. Produced at Palmer's Theatre (NYC - 1894) starring John Drew, Lewis Baker, Arthur Byron, Annie Adams, Maude Adams, etc.
14 Butterflies Are Free : "A New Comedy" by Leonard Gershe. Various productions (1969 - 1974) starring Keir Dullea, Eileen Heckart, Blythe Danner (Mother of Gwyneth Paltrow), Michale Glaser, Tom Fuccello, Robert Anthony, Rosemary Murphy, Kipp Osborne, Kathleen Miller, Richard Fasciano, Eve Arden, Wendell Burton, Gloria Swanson, David Huffman, Pamela Bellwood, Dirk Benedict, Joan Caulfield, Larry French, Wanda Powell, Vivian Vance, Gary Tomlin, Erin Connor, Raymond Cole, etc Original 1969 production directed by Milton Katselas.
14 Butterfly On The Wheel, A : Book by Edward G. Hemmerde, K.C. and Francis Neilson. Various productions (1912-13) starring Eleanor Montell, E.M. Burnside, Frank Porter, Vincent Sternroyd, Alys Rees, Herbert Percy, Richie Ling, etc.
14 Button, Button : "A Comedy" by Maurice Clark. Produced at the Bijou Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Lynne Overman, Anne Shoemaker, John Westley, Alison Skipworth, Harry Selby, etc. Directed by Maurice Clark and H.C. Potter.
14 Buttons : "A Musical Comedy" by William Gill. Produced at the Keokuk Opera House (Keokuk, Iowa - 1885) starring Tony Hart, Mrs. Tony Hart, Barney Reynolds, etc. Songs include: "Cricket on the Hearth," "The Jumping Jack Chorus," "The Doll's Lullaby," etc.
14 Buttrio Square : "A New Musical Play" by Billy Gilbert and Gen Genovese. Music by Arthur Jones and Fred Stamer. Lyrics by Gen Genovese. Produced at the New Century Theatre (NYC - 1952) starring Billy Gilbert, Lawrence Brooks, Lois Hunt, Susan Johnson, etc. Produced and directed by Eugene Loring. Songs include: "One Is a Lonely Number," "Tarantula," "Love Swept Like a Song," etc.
14 Buy Me Blue Ribbons : "A New Comedy" by Sumner Locke Elliott. Various productions (1951) starring Audrey Christie, Vicki Cummings, Enid Markey, Gavin Gordon, Jack Hartley, Jay Robinson, Barbara Sharpe, Elsie Robertson, John Burrow, etc. Original 1951 production directed by Cyril Ritchard.
14 By And For Dylan Thomas : Material selected and arranged by Isobel Lennart. Produced by The Experimental Stage Society at the Stage Society Theatre (Hollywood, 1967) starring John Harding, Michael Scanlon, Lois Battle, Betty Harford, J.P. Burns, Iris Korn and Tom Finucane. Directed by Tom Palmer.
14 By George : Devised by Michael Voysey. Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1967) starring Max Adrian (as George Bernard Shaw).
14 By Jeeves : "A Musical Entertainment" with book and lyrics by Alan Ayckbourn. Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Based on the "Jeeves" stories by P.G. Wodehouse. Produced by Goodspeed Musicals at the Helen Hayes Theatre (NYC (2001) starring John Scherer, Donna Lynne Champlin, David Edwards, Tom Ford, James Kall, Emily Loesser (Daughter of composer, Frank Loesser), Becky Watson, Martin Jarvis, etc. Directed by Alan Ayckbourn. Choreographed by Sheila Carter. Songs include: "A False Start," "Never Fear," "This Was Nearly Us," "The Hallo Song," "By Jeeves," "Banjo Boy," etc.
14 By Jupiter : Book by Rodgers and Hart (based on Julian F. Thompson's "The Warrior's Husband"). Music by Richard Rodgers with lyrics by Lorenz Hart (Rodgers and Hart were portrayed by Tom Drake and Mickey Rooney in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Various productions (1942-c.1965) starring Ray Bolger, Constance Moore, Ronald Graham (Television's "Mr.Dirt"), Benay Venuta ("Wife of Armand Deutsch, Fred Clark, etc.), Vera-Ellen, Nanette Fabray, Bertha Belmore, Bob Sishy, Jackie Alloway, Emory Bass, Irene Byatt, etc. Original 1942 production directed by Joshua Logan. Original 1942 choreography by Robert Alton. Songs include: "The Boy I Left Behind Me," Everything I've Got," "Wait Till You See Her," etc.
14 By Request : "A New Comedy" by J.C. Nugent and Elliot Nugent. Produced by George M. Cohan at the Tremont Theatre (Boston - 1928) starring Elliot Nugent, Norma Lee, J.C. Nugent, Grant Mills, etc. Directed by Sam Forrest.
14 By The Beautiful Sea : Book by Herbert and Dorothy Fields (Brother and sister). Music by Arthur Schwartz. Lyrics by Dorothy Fields. Produced at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1954) starring Shirley Booth, Wilbur Evans, Marie Karnilova, Carol Leigh, Reid Shelton, Cathryn Damon, Peter Gennaro, etc. Directed by Charles Walters. Choreographed by Donald Saddler. Also produced at the Gateway Playhouse (Somers Point, NJ - 1955) starring Andrea Blayne, Philip Prindle, Virginia Capers, Tucker Smith, etc. Songs include: "The Sea Song," "Good Time Charlie," "Alone Too Long," "More Love Than Your Love," etc.
14 By The Sad Sea Waves : "Musical Vaudeville Comedy" by Mathews and Bulger. Produced at various theatres (NYC - 1899) starring J. Sherrie Mathews, Harry Bulger, Gus Mortimer, Will West, etc. Directed by Barney Fagan. Songs include: "In Dear Old London," "Honolulu Lady," "Buttercups and Daisies," etc.
14 By The Way : "Jack Hulbert's Revue" by Ronald Jeans and Harold Simpson. Music by Vivian Ellis. Lyrics by Graham John. Produced at various theatres (NYC - 1926) starring Jack Hulbert, Cicely Courtneidge, Dorothy Hurst, Eddie Childs, etc. Songs include: "Hum a Little Tune," "Nippy," "There's Nothing New Under the Sun," etc.
14 Bye Bye Birdie : "A New Musical" by Michael Stewart. Music by Charles Strouse. Lyrics by Lee Adams. Various productions (1960-2009) starring Chita Rivera, Dick Van Dyke, Paul Lynde, Dick Gautier, Michael J. Pollard, Susan Watson, Johnny Borden, Kay Medford, Beth Howland, Tracy Everitt, Charles Nelson Reilly, Will Jordan (As "Ed Sullivan"), Gretchen Wyler, Gene Rayburn (Host of television's "The Match Game"), Ned Beatty, John Glover, Scott Blanchard, Dick Patterson, Luba Lisa, Sibyl Bowan, Peter Marshall (Host of television's "Hollywood Squares"), Angela Baddeley (Sister of Hermione Baddeley), E. J. Peaker (Co-star of television's "That's Life"), Barry Pearl, Elaine Dunn, Bill Hayes, Joan Blondell, Jesse Pearson, Eddie Applegate, Russ Tamblyn, Joey Travolta (Brother of John Travolta), Audrey Christie, Gene Ray, George Gobel, Bibi Osterwald, John Stamos, Gina Gershon, Bill Irwin, Jayne Houdyshell, Dee Hoty, Nolan Gerard Funk, etc. Original 1960 production directed and choreographed by Gower Champion. Songs include: "Put On a Happy Face," "One Boy," "A Lot of Linvin' to Do," "Baby, Talk To Me," "Kids," "Rosie," etc.
14 Bye Bye Bonnie : Book by Louis Simon and Bide Dudley. Music by Albert Von Tilzer. Lyrics by Neville Fleeson. Various productions (1927) starring Frances White, Fritzi Scheff, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Laine Blaire, Georgie Hale, Mabel Acker,etc. Directed by Edgar McGregor. Songs include: "Have You Used Soft Soap?," "Tampico Tap," "Just 'Cross the River From Queens," etc.
14 C.C. Pyle And The Bunion Derby : "A New Play in a New Theater" by Michael Cristofer. Produced at the Bolton Theater at Kenyon College (Gambier, Ohio - 1978). Directed by Paul Newman.
14 C. Oliver Dates : "A Musical Comedy Overflowing With Purely Original Satire, Songs, Dances, etc." produced in Utica, NY (1887) starring Stanley Macy, Gus Bruno, Bessie Clark, etc.
14 Cabalgata : "Spanish Musical Cavalcade" produced and directed by Daniel Cordoba at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - 1949) starring Carmen Vazquez, Pepito Marco, Floriana Alba, etc. Songs include: "The Wedding of Luis Alonso," "Zambra," "Salmantina," etc.
14 Cabaret : Book by Joe Masteroff. Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Various productions (1966-2003) starring Jill Haworth, Jack Gilford, Bert Convy, Joel Grey, Lotte Lenya (Wife of Kurt Weill), Danny Meehan, Martin Ross, Edward Winter, Becca Ayers, Jonathan Hammond, Christopher Yates, Werner Klemperer (Co-star of television's "Hogan's Heroes"), Barry Dennen, Judi Dench, Nickolas Grace, Melanie Parr, Signe Hasso, Leo Fuchs, Melissa Hart, Anita Gillette, Martin Ross, George Reinholt, Alan Cumming, Natasha Richardson, Bob Rella, Laura Hauck, Alyson Reed, Mary Tomlinson, Nancy Griggs, Jim Ruffett, Joseph Hutcheson, Meghan Lowery, Andrea McArdle ("Annie," etc), Jon Peterson, Prudencio Montesino, Micah Taylor West, Larry Kert, George Voskovec, Martin Ross, Rhoda Gemignani, George Reinholt, etc. Original 1966 production directed by Harold Prince. Choreographed by Ronald Field. Songs include: "Willkommen," "Two Ladies," "Tomorrow Belongs to Me," "The Money Song," "Married," "If You Could See Her," "Cabaret," etc.
15 Cabin Boy, The : Produced at the Theatre Royal - Dublin (c.1880). Billed with "John of Paris".
15 Cabin In The Sky : "A New Musical Play" by Lynn Root. Music by Vernon Duke. Lyrics by John Latouche. Produced at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Ethel Waters, Todd Duncan, Dooley Wilson (Most famous as "Sam" in the film, "Casablanca"), Rex Ingram, Katherine Dunham, etc. Directed and choreographed by George Balanchine. Songs include: "Taking a Chance on Love," "Cabin in the Sky," "Honey in the Honeycomb," etc.
15 Cabinet, The : Produced at the Theatre Royal Lyceum (London - 1811). Billed with "The Three and The Deuce".
15 Cactus Flower : "A Comedy" by Abe Burrows (based on a play by Pierre Barillet and Jean Pierre Gredy). Various productions (1965-69) starring Lauren Bacall, Barry Nelson (The first actor to portray "James Bond"), Lee Lawson, Rick Lenz, Robert Moore, Brenda Vaccaro, Burt Brinckerhoff, Hugh O' Brien, Ellizabeth Allen, Eve Arden, Lloyd Bridges, Betsy Palmer (Regular panelist on the television game show, "I've Got a Secret"), Skye Aubrey (Daughter of James Aubrey), Margaret Leighton, Tony Britton, Kirby Hoke, Mary Cay Roberts, etc. Original 1965 production directed by Abe Burrows.
15 Cad, The Tom-Boy : "A New Comedy Drama in Five Acts" by Leonard Grover. Produced at various theatres (1882) starring Carrie Swain ("The Young Protean Actress"), Walter Lennox, Ella Hunt, W.J. Hurley, James Bevins, etc.
15 Caesar And Cleopatra (2 Folders) : Book by George Bernard Shaw. Various productions (1914 -77) starring Charles Quartermaine, Ross Alexander, Mary Servoss, Peg Entwistle (Most famous for her suicide leap from the "Hollywoodland" sign), J. Forbes-Robertson, Gertrude Elliott, Helen Westley, Lionel Atwill, Helen Hayes, Rose Hobart, Henry Travers (Most famous as "Clarence the Angel" in the film "It's a Wonderful Life"), Rex Harrison, Elizabeth Ashley, Franchot Tone, Susan Strasberg (Daughter of Lee Strasberg), Stephen Pearlman, John V. Booch, Edmund Purdom, Laurence Olivier, Vivien Leigh (Wife of Laurence Olivier), Desmond Llewelyn (Most famous as "Q' in the "James Bond" film series), Peter Cushing, Cedric Hardwicke, Lilli Palmer, Arthur Treacher, Leonard Rossiter (Star of television's "The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin"), Richard Gale, Ron McCall, Walter Abel, Marian Reardon, Morris Carnovsky, Philip Bosco, Rosemary Murphy, Carrie Nye (Wife of Dick Cavett), Douglas Watson, Frank Converse, Josef Summer, Gerald Forbes, Jean Chalmers, Murray Matheson, Carrie Snodgress (Most famous as the star of the film "The Dairy of a Mad Housewife"), Harold Wright, Janet Tourney, Wilfred Hyde-White, Harry Andrews, Donald Pleasence, Martyn Green ("The World's Foremost Authority and Performer of the Works of Gilbert and Sullivan"), Edward Atienza, Domini Blythe, Mary Savidge, James Valentine,Jane Usher, Terry Judd, etc.
15 Ceasars Wife (By M. P. Hervieu) : "A Drama in Two Acts" from "L'Enigme" of M. Paul Hervieu. Produced in England (No date or location listed) starring Charles Warner, Fred Kerr, Leonard Boyne, etc. Directed by Fred Kerr.
15 Caesar's Wife (By W. S. Maugham) : Book by W. Somerset Maugham. Produced in 1920 by Florenz A. Ziegfeld, Jr. starring Billie Burke, Tom A. Wise, Margaret Dale, etc. Directed by B. Iden Payne and Joseph Urban.
15 Café Crown : Book by H. S. Kraft. Produced by Carly Wharton and Martin Gabel (Husband of Arlene Francis) at various theatres (1942) starring Sam Jaffe, Morris Carnovsky, Jay Adler, Whitner Bissell (Whit Bissell), Eduard Franz, Sam Wanamaker, etc. Directed by Elia Kazan.
15 Café De Danse : Book by Clarke Silvernail, Helen Mitchell and Eugenie Leontovitch (adapted from the French play "Le Maison de Danse" by Charles Muller and Pierre Nozier) Produced by Ben Bernie and Phil Baker at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1928) starring Marian Draper, Mary Robinson, Gregory Ratoff, Ben Bernie's Seville Orchestra, etc. Directed by Gregory Ratoff. "Dance Divertissements" Arranged by Anatole Bourman.
15 Cage, The : Book by Rick Cluchey. Produced by the Barbwire Theatre Company at the Coronet Theater (Los Angeles - No date) starring Rick Cluchey, Robert Poole, Ernie Allen, etc. Directed by Kenneth Kitch.
15 Cage Aux Folles, La (2 Folders) : Book by Harvey Fierstein (Based on the play, "La Cage Aux Folles" by Jean Poiret"). Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman. Various productions (1983-87) starring George Hearn, Gene Barry (Star of television's "Bat Masterson," "Burke's Law," etc.), Brian Kelly, Jay Garner, John Weiner, Keith Michell, Peter Marshall, (Host of television's "The Hollywood Squares") Keene Curtis, Walter Charles, Steve Arlen, Van Johnson, etc. Original 1983 production directed by Arthur Laurents. Original 1983 production choreographed by Scott Salmon. Songs include: "With You on My Arm," "Song of the Sand," "La Cage Aux Folles," "I Am What I Am," "The Best of Times," etc.
15 Cages : Book by Lewis John Carlino. Various productions (1963) starring Shelley Winters, Nehemiah Persoff, Jack Warden, Morgan Sterne, Amielle Zemach and Armon Stover. Original 1963 production directed by Howard Da Silva.
15 Cain : "A Mystery" by Lord Byron. Produced by The Manhattan Little Theatre Club at the Lenox Little Theatre (NYC - 1925) starring Charles Gibney, Alberta Gallatin, David Leonard, Jane Grey, John Parrish, etc.
15 Cain's Sister : "A New Drama" by Leila Wells. Produced at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1932) starring Gale Sondergaard, Walter Armitage, George Lessey, etc. Directed by Jacob Ben-Ami.
15 Caine Mutiny Court Martial, The : "A New Play in Two Acts" by Herman Wouk (adapted from his novel, "The Caine Mutiny"). Various productions (1953-83) starring Henry Fonda, John Hodiak, Lloyd Nolan, Russell Hicks, Paul Birch, Herbert Anderson (Co-star of television's "Dennis the Menace"), Sidney Blackmer, Richard Moll, Paul Bronson, Raymond Bailey ("Mr. Drysdale" on televsion's "The Beverly Hillbillies"), Barry Sullivan, John Rubenstein, Michael Moriarty, William Atherton, Jace Alexander, Thomas Coley, Paul Douglas, Wendell Corey, Steve Brodie, Philip Bosco, Michael Lipton, Richard Dix, Robert Prosky, Karl F. Janssen, Hume Cronyn, John Forsythe, Andrew Prine, Jo Don Baker (Most famous as "Buford Pusser" in the "Walking Tall" film series), Edward Binns, Paul Stewart, Bruce Davison, Whit Bissell, Aron Kincaid, George Wyner, Vinton Hayworth, Al Ruscio, Jeffrey Lynn, Stephen Elliiot, etc. Various productions directed by Dick Powell, Charles Laughton, Henry Fonda, etc.
15 Cakewalk : "The true love story of the legendary and glamorous Lillian Hellman and a man half her age..." by Peter Feibleman. Produced at the Variety Arts Theatre (NYC - c.1980) starring Linda Lavin(Star of television's "Alice") and Michael Knight (Co-star of television's "Alll My Children"). Directed by Marshall W. Mason. Music by Carly Simon.
15 Calas : "The Merchant of Toulouse" by M. Victor. Produced at Theatre Royal - Edinburgh (1821). Billed with "The Warlock of the Glen," "Therese" and "The Gentle Shepherd".
15 Caliban By The Yellow Sands : "A Community Drama" by Percy MacKaye. Produced at the Harvard Stadium (Boston - 1917) for the Benefit of the American Red Cross and the Reserve Officer's Training Corps at Harvard University starring Winston Churchill (as "Henry VIII"), Robert K. MacKaye, Lionel Braham, Gareth Hughes, Howard Kyle, etc. (July 1917-January 1919 - Lloyd George appoints Winston Churchill to Minister of Munitions.)
15 Calamity Jane : Based upon the Warner Brothers Motion Picture "Calamity Jane". Music by Sammy Fain. Lyrics by Paul Francis Webster. Produced by Joe Hamilton at the Dallas Summer Musicals Theatre (1963) starring Carol Burnett (Mrs. Joe Hamilton), Art Lund, Bernie West, etc. Directed by Phillip Shuken. Choreographed by Ernest Flatt. Songs include: "The Deadwood Stage," "Windy City," "A Woman's Touch," "Black Hills of Dakota," "Secret Love," etc.
15 Calculated Risk : Book by Joseph Hayes. Various productions (1962 -66) starring Joseph Cotton, Roland Winters (The third non-Asian actor to portray "Charlie Chan" on film), Russell Collins, Howard Erskine, John Beal, Patricia Medina (Mrs. Joseph Cotton), Tom Russell, Laura C. Woodruff, Wayne Claeren, J. Clyde Parker, Al McCaslin, etc. Original 1962 production directed by Robert Montgomery.
15 Calculus : "Newton's Whores" by Carl Djerassi. Produced at the San Francisco Performing Arts Library and Museum (No date) starring Robert Sicular, Robert Ernst, Joe Lucas, Simon Vance, etc. Directed by Andrea Gordon.
15 California Detective, The : or "Risen From The Ashes". Produced at H.R. Brennan's Star Theatre (No location or date listed) starring H. R. Brennan, E.H. Thomas, Minnie DeLange, etc.
15 California Suite : Book by Neil Simon. Various productions (1976-77) starring Tammy Grimes, George Grizzard, Barbara Barrie, Jack Weston, Robert Reed, Elizabeth Allen, Warren Berlinger, Patti Karr, David McCallum, Marge Redmond, Lynn Redgrave, Joe Silver, Vincent Gardenia, Penny Fuller, Rosemary Prinz, Kenneth Haigh, Joyce Nestle, Louis Vaccari, etc. Original 1976 production directed by Gene Saks.
15 Caligula (By A. Camus) : Book by Albert Camus. Various productions (1947 - 93) starring Frank Corsaro, Mimi Norton, Kenneth Haigh, Edward Binns, Sorrell Booke, Colleen Dewhurst, Tim Matheson, etc.
15 Caligula (By A. Preisser) : Book by Alfred Preisser and Randy Weiner. Produced by The Classical Theatre of Harlem at the Harlem School of the Arts (NYC - 2005) starring Jeanine Abraham, Cecilia Aderonke, Tory Andrus, Carmen Barika, Donisha Brown, Noshir Dalal, Andre De Shields, George Gallagher, Zainab Jah, Adam Kern, etc. Directed by Alfred Preisser. Choreographed by Angela Lewis.
15 Calino : or "Nemesis" or "Not Wisely But Not Too Well" by H.B. Farnie. New Music selected from Offenbach, Herve, Lindheim, Delibes, Vasseur, Lecocq, Roubillard and Jonas. Produced at the Globe Theatre (Boston - No date) starring Charles Groves, Max Figman, Rose Dana, Laura Reed, etc. Directed by Charles Groves.
15 Call It A Day : "A Comedy" by Dodie Smith. Produced at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1936) starring Gladys Cooper, Philip Merivale, Valerie Cossart, Glenn Anders, etc. Directed by Tyrone Guthrie.
15 Call It Virtue : Book by Luigi Pirandello (translated by Edward Eager). Produced at the Astor Place Playhouse (NYC - 1963) starring Frederick Rolf, Roberta Royse, Michael Egan, etc. Directed by Amnon Kabatchnik.
15 Call Me By My Rightful Name : Book by Michael Shurtleff. Produced at One Sheridan Square (NYC - 1961) starring Robert Duvall, Joan Hackett, Alvn Ailey, Robert Hogan, etc. Directed by Milton Katselas.
15 Call Me Ethel! : Starring Rita McKenzie in a one-woman performance as "Ethel Merman". Produced at the International Room at the Marco Polo Hotel (Miami Beach - 1991). Directed by Chris Powich. Musical Direction by Robert Bendorff.
15 Call Me Madam : Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Various productions (1950 - 95) starring Ethel Merman, Paul Lukas, Alan Hewitt, Pat Harrington, Russell Nype, Nathaniel Frey, Lilia Skala, Tommy Rall, Dolores Goodman (Dody Goodman), Richard Eastham, Billie Worth, Nancy Walker, Patricia Wilkes, Jimmy Kirkwood, Stephen Elliot, Elaine Stritch, Dick Bernie, Kent Smith, Tyne Daly, Christopher Durang, Jo Anne Worley (Co-star of television's "Laugh -In"), Giorgio Tozzi, Penny Singleton, Constance Bennett, Wilbur Evans, etc. Original 1950 production directed by George Abbott. Choreographed by Jerome Robbins. Songs include: "The Hostess With The Mostes' On the Ball," "It's A Lovely Day Today," "The Best Thing For You Would Be Me," "They Like Ike," "Mr. Monotony," "Something To Dance About," "You're Just In Love," "Washington Square Dance," etc.
15 Call Me Mister : "A Musical Revue" with sketches by Arnold Auerbach. Music and lyrics by Harold Rome. Various productions (1946 - 47) starring Betty Garrett (Wife of Larry Parks), Jules Munshin, Bill Callahan, Lawrence Winters, George Hall, Maria Karnilova, Danny Scholl, Carl Reiner, William Warfield, Betty Kean (Sister of Jane Kean), Buddy Hackett, Bob Fosse, Danny Hoctor, Jack Carter, Jane Kean, George S. Irving, Glenn Turnbull, Howard Morris, etc. Original 1946 production directed by Robert H. Gordon and choreographed by John Wray. Produced by Melvyn Douglas and Herman Levin. Songs include: "Goin Home Train," "Call Me Mister," "The Face on the Dime," "South America, Take It Away," etc.
15 Call Of The North, The : Book by George Broadhurst (Founded on Stewart Edward White's Story. "Conjuror's House") starring Robert Edeson, Stephen Wright, Harrison Ford, Beatrice Prentice, Agnes Mark, etc. No date or location listed.
15 Call On Kuprin, A : Book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee (Based on the novel by Maurice Edelman). Produced by Robert E. Griffith and Harold S. Prince at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1961) starring Jeffrey Lynn, Eugenie Leontovich, Geore Voskovec, Dabney Coleman, Leon Janney, etc. Directed by George Abbott.
15 Call The Doctor : Book by Jean Archibald. Produced by David Belasco at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1920) starring Philip Merivale, William Morris, Janet Beecher, etc, Directed by David Belasco.
15 Called Back : Book by Will S. Marion. Produced at Chatterton's Opera House (Springfield, IL - 1885) starring Louise Rial, Raphael Gennaro, Rose Maynard, etc.
15 Calling All Men : "An Intimate Musical Comedy" by Albert Carroll, Leonard Sillman and Robert Garland. Music by Baldwin Bergerson and Irving Graham. Lyrics by June Sillman and Irving Graham. Produced by Leonard Sillman at the Cape Playhouse (Dennis, MA - No date) starring Catherine Doucet, Imogene Coca, Richard Carlson, Kirk Alyn (Portrayed "Superman" in the film serial of the 1940s), etc. Directed by Leonard Sillman. Songs include: "Calling All Men," "Sixty Second Romance," "Down to the Sea in Other People's Ships," "Olly, Cholly, Wally, I'm Dolly" etc.
15 Calling All Stars : "A New Musical Revue" with sketches and dialogue by Lew Brown, A. Dorian Otvos and H.I. Phillips. Music by Harry Akst. Lyrics by Lew Brown. Produced and directed by Lew Brown at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1934) starring Martha Raye, Miriam Marsh, Lou Holtz, Jack Whiting, Mitzi Mayfair, Phil Baker, Gertrude Neisen, Helen Mack, etc. Choreographed by Maurice L. Kussel. Orchestra directed by Al Goodman. Songs include: "I'd Like to Dunk You In My Coffee," "If It's Love," "I Don't Want to be President (If It Means Losing You)," etc.
15 Calling Of Dan Matthews, The : Book by Harold Bell Wright and Elsbery W. Reynolds. Produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1914) starring Manart Kippen, Vincent J. Dennis, Jack Sherman, etc. Directed by Hugo B. Koch.
15 Calliope : Premiere of a New American Play by Virginia Page Spencer (of Swan Quarter, NC). Produced at the Playmakers Theatre (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill - 1945) starring James Warren, Nancy Fitch, Robert Briskey, etc. Directed by Kai Heiberg-Jurgensen.
15 Cambridge Circus : A Revue" written and performed by Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Tim Brooke-Taylor, David Hatch, Jo Kendall, Jonathan Lynn and Bill Oddie. Music by Bill Oddie, Hugh MacDonald and David Palmer. Produced at various theatres (NYC and Chicago - 1964) directed by Humphrey Barclay, John Cleese and Marion Gray. Songs include: "Boring Straight Song," "Sing Sing," "I Wanna Hold Your Handel," etc.
15 Camel Bell, The : Book by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts. Produced at the Drury Lane Theatre (Evergreen Park, IL - 1963) starring Arlene Dahl, Don Porter, Grant Sullivan, Brenda Forbes, etc. Directed by Vernon Schwartz.
15 Camel Through The Needle's Eye, The : "A Comedy In Three Acts" by Frantisek Langer (Adapted by Philip Moeller). Produced at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Henry Travers (Most famous as "Clarence the Angel" in the film "It's A Wonderful Life"), Rose Burdick, Jane Wheatley, Ernest Cossart, etc. Directed by Philip Moeller.
15 Camel's Back, The : Book by W. Somerset Maugham. Produced at the Vanderbilt Theatre (NYC - 1923) starring Violet Kemble Cooper, Joan MacLean, Gavin Muir, Arthur Lewis, etc. Directed by Edgar Selwyn.
16 Camelot (2 Folders) : Book and lyrics by Alan J. Lerner (Based on "The Once and Future King" by T.H.White). Music by Frederick Lowe. Various productions (1961 - 2003) starring Richard Burton, Julie Andrews, Roddy McDowall, Robert Coote, Robert Goulet, John Cullum, M'el Dowd, Bruce Yarnell, Michael Allinson, Leigh Beery, Don Stewart, Richard Harris, Andy McAvin, James Valentine, Meg Bussert, Richard Muenz, Richard Backus, Christine Ebersole, James Warwick, Jeff Sult, Tony Domenech, George Hearn, Melville Cooper, Bob Roman, Alice Beardsley, Jack Washburn, Kathryn Grayson, Louis Hayward, Arthur Treacher, William Squire, Michael Clarke-Laurence, Janet Pavek, Helena Scott, Paul Daneman, Elizabeth Larner, Brent Barrett, Matt Bogart, George S. Irving, Rock Hudson, Carol Lawrence, Ron Husmann, Victor Buono, Arthur Malet, Patricia Kies, Steve Blanchard, James Valentine, Vanessa Shaw, etc. Original 1961 production directed by Moss Hart and choreographed by Hanya Holm. Songs include: "Camelot," "The Lusty Month of May," "How To Handle a Woman," "If Ever I Would Leave You," etc.
16 Cameo Kirby : "A Romance of Louisiana in the Early 30s" by Booth Tarkington and Henry Leon Wilson. Various productions (1911) starring Ralph Kellard, Ernest Joy, Henry Hull, Violet Reed, Wilbur Higby, Joe J. Woods, etc.
16 Camera : "The Story of a Good Egg" by Helen Baxter and Ralph Murphy. Produced at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse - 1929) starring Ralph Murphy, Helen Baxter, Donn Cook, Frank Wilcox, Directed by Ralph Murphy.
16 Camilla The Amazon : or "The Mountain Robber" produced at the Strand Theatre (London - 1817). Billed with "Jamie of Aberdeen" and "The Dinner of Madelon".
16 Camille : Book by Alexandre Dumas, Jr. Various productions and adaptations (1880 - 2000) starring Louis James, Agnes Booth, Lizzie Burbank, Phyllis Gilmore, John Hopkins, Byron Douglas, Ernest Joy, Lizzie Hudson Collier, Lillian Gish, Cora Witherspoon, Raymond Hackett, Eugenie LeGrand, Frances Drake, Nance O' Neil, Eva Le Gallienne, Richard Waring, Walter Gilbert, Frances Reed, Lillian Jerome, Donald Meek, Eleanora Duse, Florida Friebus (Co-star of television's "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis," The Bob Newhart Show,"etc), Ida Van Cortland, D. P. Bowers, Florence Johnstone, Henry Miller, Margaret Anglin, Susan Alison, Judy Benson, Gary Bonasarte, Leslie Byrne, Victoria Geis, Timothy Quinn, Matt Walker, etc.
16 Camille - A Tearjerker : Book by Charles Ludlam. Various productions (1975 - 1990) by The Ridiculous Theatrical Company starring Carl Clayborn, James Eckerle, Eureka, H.M. Koutoukas, John D. Brockmeyer, Jack Mallory, Charles Ludlam, George Osterman, Stephen Sterne, Black-Eyed Susan, Robert Reddy, Lola Pashalinski, Robert Beers, Bill VEhr, Richrad Currie, etc. Directed by Everett Quinton and Charles Ludlam.
16 Camino Real : Book by Tennessee Williams. Various productions (1953 - 70) starring Eli Wallach, Jo Van Fleet, Hurd Hatfield, Barbara Baxley, Frank Silvera, Henry Silva, Nehemiah Persoff, Martin Balsam, Charles Grunwell, Beverly Younger, Dorothy Conrad, Austin Pendleton, Skip Hinnant, Raymond Ross, Diana Wynyard, Harry Andrews, Denholm Elliott, Victor Buono, Jose Perez, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Priscilla Pointer, Sylvia Syms, Susan Tyrrell, Arnold Soboloff, Al Pacino, Paul Benjamin, Philip Bosco, Jessica Tandy, Johnny Ray McGhee, etc. Original 1953 production directed by Elia Kazan.
16 Campiello, Il : Book by Carlo Goldoni (English version by Susanna Graham-Jones and Bill Bryden). Produced at The Olivier Theatre (London - 1976) starring Morag Hood, Beryl Reid, Patti Love, Stephen Rea, John Gill, etc. Directed by Bill Bryden.
16 Can You Hear Me at The Back? : Book by Brian Clark. Produced at the Piccadilly Theatre, London (1979) starring Peter Barkworth, Hananh Gordon, Stephanie Beacham, Michael Maloney and Edward Hardwicke. Directed by Barry Davis.
16 Canary, The : "A Musical Comedy in Three Acts" by Georges Barr and Louis Verneuil. Music by Ivan Caryll, Irving Berlin and others. Produced at various theatres (1919) starring Julia Sanderson, Joseph Cawthorn, Harland Dixon, James Doyle, etc. Directed by Fred Latham and Edward Royce. Songs include: "You're So Beautiful," "That Little German Band," "I Have Just One Heart," "That's What Men Are For," etc.
16 Canary Cottage : "A Musical Farce" by Oliver Morosco and Elmer Harris. Music and lyrics by Earl Carrol. Produced at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1917) starring Charles Ruggles, Dorothy Webb, Carl McCullough, Trixie Friganza, etc. Directed by Oliver Morosco. Choreographed by Frank Stammers and Frank Rainger. Songs include: "Such a Chauffer," "Syncopated Harp," "It's Always Orange Day in California," etc.
16 Can-Can : Book by Abe Burrows. Music and lyrics by Cole Porter (Portrayed by Cary Grant in the 1945 biopic, "Night and Day," by Ron Randell in the 1953 film "Kiss Me Kate" and by Kevin Kline in the 2004 biopic, "De-Lovely".). Various productions (1953 - 81 ) starring Lilo, Peter Cookson, Hans Conried, Gwen Verdon, Erik Rhodes, Phil Leeds, Robert Penn, Deedee Wood, Barbara Ashley, Kenneth Smith, Leesa Troy, Kirby Hoke, Joan Bell, Norwood Smith, India Adams, Genevieve, Gabriel Dell (Most famous as a member of "The Dead End Kids" on stage and film), Dick O'Neill, Bob Dishy, Zizi Jeanmaire, Ron Husmann, Avery Schreiber (Of the comedy team, "Burns and Schreiber"), Swen Swenson, Dolores Gray, Harry Goz, Irene Hilda, Zero Mostel, Larry Storch, Evelyn Page, Ted Scott, Denise Darcel, etc. Original 1953 production directed by Abe Burrows and choreographed by Michael Kidd. Songs include: "C' Est Magnifique," "Come Along With Me," "Allez-Vous-En," "It's All Right With Me," "I Love Paris," etc.
16 Candida : Book by George Bernard Shaw. Various productions and adaptations (1895 -1984) starring Katherine Cornell, Robert Harris, Kent Smith, Mildred Natwick, Samuel J. Hume, Nancy Tyler, Richard Onions, Olivia de Haviland, Kendall Clark, Edgar Kent, Deborah Kerr, Denis Quilley, Judith K. Hart, Bruce Probst, David Pierce, Sara Botsford, Ron Randell, Bramwell Fletcher, Terrance Kilburn, Leora Dana, Hugh Franklin, Basil Rathbone, Brenda Forbes, Orson Welles, Michael Denison, Dulcie Gray, Pauline Lord, Tom Powers, Burgess Meredith, Alan Mowbray, E.E. Clive, Arnold Daly, Cornelia Otis Skinner, Onslow Stevens, John Cromwell (Father of James Cromwell), Elizabeth Patterson, Ernest Cossart, Peggy Wood, Ernest Lawford, Richard Mansfield, Raymond Massey, Ned Payne, Marie Paxton, Elfreda E. Voos, Jane Cowl, Bonnie Lee A. Harrison, George Macready, Joanne Woodward, Jane Curtin, etc.
16 Candide : Book adapted from Voltaire by Hugh Wheeler. Music by Leonard Bernstein. Lyrics by Richard Wilbur. Various productions (1956-97) starring Max Adrian, Barbara Cook, Robert Rounseville, Irra Petina, Carmen Mathews, William Chapman, Conrad Bain, Martyn Green, Mary Costa, Stanley Grover, Frank Porretta, Mark Baker, Chip Garnett, Joe Palmieri, James Billings, Don Yule, Joseph McKee, Alan Ball, Randall B. Hyten, Charles Kimbrough, Jim Dale, Andrea Martin (Co-star of television's "SCTV, etc), Arte Johnson (Co-star of television's "Laugh -In"), Dan Jesse, Jerry Mason, Marilyn Sokol, Robert Dorfman, Lewis J. Stadlen, Maureen Brennan, Sam Freed, etc. Original 1956 production directed by Tyrone Guthrie. Songs include: "The Best of all Possible Worlds," "What a Day," "Make Our Garden Grow," Oh Happy We," "What a Day," "My Love," "Bon Voyage," "You Were Dead, You Know," etc.
16 Candied House, The : Book by Jack Larson (Most famous as "Jimmy Olsen" on television's "The Adventures of Superman"). Produced by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art at the Leo S. Bing Center Theatre (1966) starring Bill Gray (Co-star of televison's "Father Knows Best"), Lane Bradbury, Antoinette Bower, Tod Andrews, etc. Directed by James Bridges.
16 Candle In The Wind : Book by Maxwell Anderson. Produced at various theatres (1941 - 42) starring Helen Hayes, Joseph Wiesman (Most famous as "Dr. No" on film), Lotte Lenya (Wife of Kurt Weill), Stanley Jessup, Evelyn Varden, Minnie Dupree, Leona Roberts, etc. Directed by Alfred Lunt.
16 Candle -Light : "Harlequinade in Three Acts" by Siegfried Geyer (adapted by P.G. Wodehouse). Various productions (1929-30) starring Gertrude Lawrence (Portrayed by Julie Andrews inthe 1968 biopic, "Star"), Reginald Owen, Leslie Howard, Ralph Roberts, Eugenie Leontovich, Alan Mowbray, William Frawley, etc. Productions directed by Reginald Owen.
16 Candy Shop, The : "A Musical Comedy in Two Acts" by George V. Hobart. Music and lyrics by John L. Golden. Various productions (1907-17) starring Maud Fulton, May Boley, Robert Nolan, Franklyn Farnum, Al Shean (Of the comedy team, "Gallagher and Shean"), Ethel Boyer, William Rock, Lillian Rice, Bessie Taylor, etc. Songs include: "Gee, I Wish I Was a Lady," "In Vaudeville," "Dope Number," "When I Marry My Mary in Maryland," "I Don't Want to Go To War," "When It's Night Time Down in Dixieland," etc.
16 Cane Crop : Book by Bates Hunter. Produced in New Haven (1929) starring Miriam Hopkins, Dwight Meade, Harold Vermilyea, Albert Perry, etc. Directed by Priestly Morrison.
16 Canterbury Tales : Various productions and Adaptations from Geoffrey Chaucer (1968 - 83) starring Martyn Green, Billy Boyle, Jack Haig, Wynne Clark, Kenneth J.Warren, Nicholas Collett, Kay Kellaway, June Barrie, Ray Walston, Constance Carpenter, Michael Logan, Wilfred Brambell (Most famous as "Paul's Grandfather" in the film, "A Hard Day's Night"), Hermione Baddeley, Reid Shelton, George Rose, Ed Evanko, Sandy Duncan, etc.
16 Can't Pay? Won't Pay! : Book by Dario Fo (Adapted by Robert Walker). Produced at the Criterion Theatre (London - 1981) starring Alfred Molina, Maggie Steed, Sylvester McCoy, etc. Directed by Robert Walker.
16 Cantilevered Terrace, The : "A New Play" by William Archibald. Produced at the 41st Street Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Mildred Dunnock, Don McHenry, Marcie Hubert, Colgate Salsbury, etc. Directed by William Archibald.
16 Cantorial : Book by Ira Levin. Produced at the Hollywood Playhouse (FL - 1996) starring Heather Brooks, Dan Greenfield, Christopher Carlisle, etc. Directed by Joseph Adler.
16 Canuck, The : "A Serio-Comic Domestic Drama in Four Acts" by McKee Rankin and Maeder ("With additions to the character of Jean-Baptiste Cadieux by George Cameron Rankin"). Produced at various theatres (1890) starring McKee Rankin, Charles Cowles, Mabel Bert, Lorena Atwood, etc.
16 Cape Cod Follies : Book and lyrics by Stewart Baird. Music by Jack Fogarty. Produced at the Cape Cod playhouse (1930) starring Corbet Morris, Lolita Diaz, Dorothy Llewellyn, Dok Eisenberg's and the Russian Balalaika Orchestra, etc. Directed by Stewart Baird. Choreographed by Ned Wayburn Studios. Songs include: "Cape Cod Chanty," ""In A Cape Cod Garden," "Oh, Those Puritans," etc.
16 Cape Smoke : "A Play of the African Veldt" by Walter Archer Frost and Paul Dickey. Produced at the Martin Beck Theatre (1925) starring James Rennie, Ruth Shepley, Alice Dunn, Henry Walters, etc. Directed by Michel Bernstein.
16 Capitol, The : "A Drama" by Augustus Thomas. Produced at the Standard Theatre (NYC - 1895) starring Ernest Hastings, Frank Keenan, Mary Shaw, Florida Kingsley, etc.
16 Capital Cakewalk : "A Ragtime Scandal" by Elmer Kline and Perry Arthur Kroeger. Music by Terry Waldo. Lyrics by Lou Carter. Produced by The Amas Musical Theatre at the Division Theatre on Union Square (NYC - No date). Directed by Tom O' Horgan. Choreographed by Wesley Fata. "Amas" Means "you love" in Latin.
16 Capital Follies : "An Original Musical Comedy Revue" directed by Brian Garr and choreographed by Fiona MacDonald. Produced at the Trinity Theatre (Georgetown - 1983) starring Sanford M. Abrams, Mary Bartlett, David Katz, etc. Songs include: "The Ineffectual Intellectual Homosexual Rag," "The Star Spangled Banter," "Egomania March," etc.
16 Capitan, El : "An Entirely New Comic Opera" by Charles Klein. Music by John Philip Sousa. Produced at various theatres (1898) starring De Wolf Hopper (Husband of Hedda Hopper. Father of William Hopper.), Alfred Klein, John Parr, Edna Wallace-Hopper, etc. Directed by H.A. Cripps.
16 Cap'n Whittaker's Place : Book by Joseph C. Lincoln and William E. Danforth. Produced by A.G. Delamater ("Producer of Clean Plays") at the Century Theatre (St. Louis - 1912) starring Thomas Wise, Wallace Owen, Joseph Green, Edith Norman, etc.
16 Caponsacchi : Book by Arthur Goodrich and Rose A. Palmer (Based upon Robert Browning's poem, "The Ring and the Book"). Produced at various theatres (1926-33) staring Walter Hampden, John Marquand, Mabel Moore, Edwin Ross, Franklin Salisbury, Joseph De Santis, Marcel Dill, etc. Directed by Walter Hampden.
16 Cappy Ricks : "A Comedy in Three Acts" by Edward E. Rose (Dramatized from the novel by Peter B. Kyne). Produced at various theatres (1919-20) starring Tom Wise, William Courtnay, Percival Moore, Eugene Lowe, Helen Lowell, etc. Directed by Edward E. Rose and Franklyn Underwood.
16 Caprice : Book by Sil-Vara. Various productions (c.1932) starring Alfred Lunt, Ernest Cossart, Lynn Fontanne, Ruth Weston, Hunter Gardner, Leona Powers, Minnie Maddern Fiske, etc.
16 Captain Applejack : "An Arabian Nights Adventure" by Walter Hackett. Various productions (1922-30) starring Wallace Eddinger, Mary Nash, Helene Lackaye, John Gray, Lorena Atwood, James F. Kelly, Vincent Coleman, etc. Original 1922 production directed by Walter Hackett and Sam Forrest.
16 Captain Barrington : "An American Drama in Four Acts" by Victor Mapes. Produced at various theatres (1903) starring Charles Richman ("Under the Management of Weber and Fields"), Joseph Kilgour, William Redmund, Frances Ring, etc. Directed by Ben Teal.
16 Captain Brassbound's Conversion : Book by George Bernard Shaw. Various productions (1940 - 71) starring Edna Best, John Archer (Father of Annne Archer), Bruce Gordon (Most famous as "Frank Nitti" on television's "The Untouchables"), Loring Smith, Harold Tietz, Jean Decker, Greer Garson, Darren McGavin, Paul Ford, John Williams, George Rose, Tony Tanner, Ingrid Bergman, Joss Ackland, Barry Fisher, Joan Heal, Denis Quilley, Celeste Holm, Wesley Addy (Husband of Celeste Holm), Liam Dunn, William Christopher (Co-star of television's "M.A.S.H."), Richard Peel, Jane Cowl, etc.
16 Captain Carvallo : "A Farcical Fable" by Denis Cannan. Various productions (1950) starring Jill Bennett, Diana Wynyard, Peter Finch, James Donald, Frances Rowe, John Moffat, George Coulouris, etc. St. James Theatre production produced and directed by Laurence Olivier.
16 Captain Dieppe : "The New and Original Comedy in Three Acts" produced by Charles Frohman at the Empire Theatre (NYC - No date) starring John Drew, George Howard, Charles Lane, Margaret Dale, Alison Skipworth, etc.
16 Captain Fury : "A Yarn of the Caribbees in Four Acts" by Cornelia Otis Skinner and Mary Kennedy. Produced in NYC (March 1926) starring Otis Skinner, Minna Gombell, Warren Sterling, etc. Directed by Ricard Boleslawsky.
16 Captain Jasper : "A Three Act Musical Comedy" by W. A. Cook. Produced at the La Salle Theatre (No location listed - 1913) starring "The Black Patti Musical Comedy Co." featuring Julius Glenn, Al. F. Watts, W.A. Cooke, etc. Songs include: "Snaky Rag," "When Old Glory Waves, "Ragtime Soldier Man," "Willie the Peeper," etc.
16 Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines : "A Fantastic Comedy in Three Acts" by Clyde Fitch. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Garrick Theatre (NYC - 1901) starring Ethel Barrymore, George W. Howard, Francis Byrne, Edwin Hale, Sarah Paxon, etc. Directed by Clyde Fitch.
16 Captain Karl : "The New, Grand Romantic Comedy" by Charles Gardner. Music by Gustave H. Kline. Produced at the H. R. Jacob's Theatre (Cleveland - 1992) starring Charles A. Gardner ("Sweet Singer"), Ogden Stevens, Henry Kingsley, Marion May, Bertie Alton, etc. Songs include: "Captain Karl's March," "Bubble Song," "The Lilac," etc.
16 Captain Kidd, Jr. : "A Farcical Adventure in Three Acts" by Rida Johnson Young. Various productions presented by Cohan and Harris (1916-23) starring Otto Kruger, Edith Taliaferro, Lincoln Plumer, Robert Vivian, Laura Bennett, etc. Directed by Sam Forrest.
16 Captain Kyd The Bold Buccaneer : "The Romantic Legendary Drama" produced at The Museum Theatre (No location listed - 1851).
16 Captain Lettarblair : Book by Marguerite Merington. Various productions (1892-1905) starring Ralph Stuart, William Redmund, Benjamin Horning, Mary Taylor, Edwin Mordant, James Connors, E.H. Sothern, C.P. Flockton, etc.
17 Captain Swift : "An Original Drama in Four Acts" by R. Haddon Chambers. Various productions (1889 - 1898) starring Maurice Barrymore (Patriarch of the Barrymore acting family), Frederic Robinson, Henry Woodruff, Agnes Booth, J. Henry Kolker, E.L. Duane, etc.
17 Captains And The Kings, The : Book by Leo Lieberman. Produced at The Playhouse (NYC - 1962) starring Dana Andrews, Charles Ruggles, Peter Graves, Conrad Nagel, Lee Grant, Joseph Sullivan, Gavin MacLeod, Joseph Campanella, etc, Directed by Joseph Anthony.
17 Captains Courageous, The Musical : Book and lyrics by Patrick Cook. Music by Frederick Freyer. Produced at the Manhattan Theatre Club (City Center Stage I - 1999) starring Treat Williams, Erick Buckley, J.Lee Flynn, Norm Lewis, etc. Directed by Lynne Meadow. Choreographed by Jerry Mitchell. Songs include: "Little Fish," "Song of the Sea," "I Make Up This Soong," etc.
17 Captive, The : Book by Arthur Hornblow, Jr. (Adapted from "La Prisonniere" by Edouard Bourdet). Produced at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1926) starring Helen Menken (Wife of Humphrey Bogart), Basil Rathbone, Ann Trevor, Arthur Lewis, etc. Produced by Charles Frohman. Directed by Gilbert Miller.
17 Captive At Large : Book by David Mark. Produced by the San Francisco Drama Guild (No date) starring John Clark, Robert Symonds, Richard Glyer, etc. Directed by Herbert Blau.
17 Card, The : World Premiere production with book by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall (from the novel by Arnold Bennett). Music and lyrics by Tony Hatch and Jackie Trent. Produced at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre Royal (1973) starring Jim Dale, Joan Hickson, Millicent Martin, Keith Galloway, etc. Directed by Val May. Choreographed by Gillian Lynne. Songs include: "Life is What you Make It," "That's the Way The Money Grows," "Universal White kid Gloves," etc.
17 Cardenio : "The World Premiere" by Stephen Greenblatt and Charles L. Mee.Produced by the American Repertory Theatre in association with The Joseph Papp Public Theater at the Loeb Drama Center (Cambridge, MA - 2008) starring Remo Airaldi, Thomas Derrah, Will LeBow, Mickey Solis, etc. Directed by Les Waters. Choreographed by Doug Elkins.
17 Cardinal, The : "A Play in Four Acts" by Louis N. Parker. Produced at the Olympic Theatre (NYC - 1903) starring E. S. Willard, Rose Beaudet, Gwenn Granger, Maud Fealy, Bassett Roe, etc.
17 Cards Of Identity : Book by Nigel Dennis. Produced at the Royal Court Theatre (London - 1956) starring Tony Richardson (Husband of Vanessa Redgrave. Father of Natasha Richardson.), Alan Tagg, Nigel Davenport, Alan Bates, Joan Plowright (Wife of Laurence Olivier), John Moffat, John Osborne, etc. Directed by George Devine.
17 Career : "A New Play" by James Lee. Produced at the Actor's Playhouse (NYC - No date) starring Charles Aidman, Gene Gross, Peggy Hope, Larry Hagman, Mary James, etc. Directed by Charles Olsen.
17 Career Angel : Book by Gerard M. Murray. Produced at the Blackfriar's Theatre (c. 1945) starring Liam Dunn, David Kelly, Eric Ladd, Paul Pettit, Gerald McLaughlin, etc. Directed by Dennis Gurney.
17 Carefree Tree, The : "A New Play" by Aldyth Morris. Produced at the Phoenix Theatre (NYC - 1955) starring Larry Gates, Farley Granger, Joel Marston, Edith Meiser, Janice Rule, Blanche Yurka, Jerry Stiller (Of the comedy team, "Stiller and Meara". Husband of Anne Meara. Father of Ben Stiller.), Sorrell Booke, Alvin Ailey, Frances Sternhagen, Sada Thompson (Star of television's "Family"), etc. Directed by Jack Landau.
17 Careless Love : Book by John Olive. Produced at the New American Theatre (Chicago - 1984) starring Scott Jaeck and Pamela Shaffer. Directed by J.R. Sullivan and Robert Falls.
17 Caretaker, The : "A New Comedy-Drama" by Harold Pinter. Various productions (1960-93) starring Donald Pleasence, Robert Shaw, Alan Bates, Robert Phalen, Tom Rosqui, Robert Symonds, Jon Tindle, Richard Thompson, Emery Battis, Jeff Perry, Gary Sinise, Alan Wilder, Dwayne Early, Paul Brown, Nicholas Madison, Daniel Moynihan, John Woodvine, Julian Somers, Christopher Knight, Jock Livingston, Jack Murdock, Peter Woodthorpe, Dylan Green, Ronald Roston, David Margulies, etc. Directors include John Malkovich (1984).
17 Caribbean Carnival : "The First Calypso Musical Ever Presented" with music and lyrics by Sam Manning and Adolph Thenstead. Produced at the International Theatre (NYC - 1947) starring Pearl Primus, Claude Merchant, Sam Manning, Trio Cubana, etc. Directed by Samuel L. Manning. Choreographed by Claude Marchant. Choreography for "Rookombay" by Pearl Primus. Songs include: "Carnival in Trinidad," "Anything Goes When You Sing Calypso," "Cleaning Up Song," etc.
17 Carmelina : "A New Musical" by Alan J. Lerner and Joseph Stein. Music by Burton Lane. Lyrics by Alan J. Lerner. Produced at various theatres (1979) starring Georgia Brown, Cesare Siepi, Virginia Martin, Gordon Ramsey, etc. Directed by Jose Ferrer. Choreographed by Peter Gennaro. Songs include: "It's Time For a Love Song," "Love before Breakfast," "The Image of me," etc.
17 Carmen : "A Romantic Play in Four Acts" by Marie Doran (Adapted from the Story of Prosser Merimee and the Opera by Bizet). Produced at the Colonial Theatre (Cleveland - 1904) starring Vaughan Glaser, Ben Johnson, James Hester, etc. See, also, the Belknap "Opera" program collection.
17 Carmen Jones : Book by Oscar Hammerstein II (Based on Meilhac and Halevy's adaptation of Prosper Merimmee's "Carmen"). Music by Georges Bizet. Various productions (1943 - 59) starring Muriel Smith, Edward Roche, Cosy Cole, Urylee Leonardos, Murial Rahn, Avon Long, Ford Buck, Ethel Ayler, William DuPree, Inez Matthews, etc. Original 1943 production produced by Billy Rose (Portrayed by James Caan in the 1975 biopic, "Funny Lady"), directed by Charles Friedman and choreographed by Eugene Loring. Songs include: "Beat Out Dat Rhythm on a Drum," "My Joe," "Dat's Love," etc.
17 Carmencita And The Soldier : "A Tragic Drama" by Constantin Lipskeroff. Music by Georges Bizet. Produced by F. Ray Comstock and Morris Gest at the Cosmopolitan Theatre (NYC - 1926) starring The Moscow Art Theatre Musical Studio ("Farewell Appearance in America") featuring Olga Baklanova, Mikhail Popoff, Sergei Ostroumoff, etc.
17 Carnal Knowledge : Book by Jules Feiffer. Produced at the Pasadena Playhouse (1988) starring Beth Broderick, Liane Curtis, David Marshall Grant, Gregory Harrison, Marilu Henner, etc. Directed by Ted Swindley.
17 Carnival : "NY Drama Critics' Circle Award Musical" by Michael Stewart (Based on the MGM film "Lili"). Music and lyrics by Bob Merrill. Various productions (1961 - 2006) starring Anna Maria Alberghetti, Jerry Orbach, Jo Anne Worley (Co-star of television's "Laugh -In"), Anita Gillette, James Mitchell (Co-star of television's "All My Children"), Kaye Ballard (Co-star of television's "The Mothers-In-Law"), Peter Lombard, Susan Watson, Elaine Malbin, Ed Ames, Helen Gallagher, Jane Kean (Co-star of television's "The (Color) Honeymooners"), Janice Wald, Carla Alberghetti (Sister of Anna Maria Alberghetti), Johnny Haymer, Leon Bibb, Karen Morrow (Co-star of television's "The Jim Nabors Hour"), Jerili Littel, Jennifer Allen, Nick Wyman, Paul Schoeffler, etc. Original 1961 production directed and choreographed by Gower Champion. Produced by David Merrick. Songs include: "Mira," "Love Makes the World Go 'Round (Theme from "Carnival")," "Humming," "Sword, Rose and Cape," etc.
17 Carnival In Flanders : "A Musical Comedy" by Preston Sturges (based on "La Kermesse Heroique" by C. Spaak, J. Feyder and B. Zimmer). Music by James Van Heusen. Lyrics by Johnny Burke. Produced at the New Century Theatre (1953) starring Dolores Gray, John Raitt, Roy Roberts, Paul Reed, Lee Goodman, Julie Marlowe, etc. Directed by Preston Sturges. Choreographed by Helen Tamiris. Songs include: "The Stronger Sex," "It's An Old Spanish Custom," "It's A Fine Old Institution," etc.
17 Caroline : Book by W. Somerset Maugham. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1916) starring Margaret Anglin, Florence Edney, Charles Dalton. Etc. Directed by W. Somerset Maugham.
17 Carousel (2 Folders) : "A New Musical Play with book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II (based on Ferenc Molnar's "Lilliom" as adapted by Benjamin F. Glazer.). Music by Richard Rodgers (Portrayed by Tom Drake in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Various productions (1945 - 2013) starring John Raitt, Jan Clayton, Jean Darling, Bambi Linn, Pearl Lang, Russell Collins, Eddie Bracken, Matt Bogart, Glory Crampton, Henry Michel, Iva Withers, Ruth White, Larry Haynes, Eileen Christy, Susan Watson, Reid Shelton, Jerry Orbach, Benay Venuta, Edward Everett Horton, Howard Keel, Barbara Cook, Russell Nype, James Mitchell (Co-star of television's "All My Children"), Bambi Linn, Kay Medford (Co -star of televison's "The Dean Martin Show"), Victor Moore, John Davidson, Karen Morrow (Co-star of television's "The Jim Nabors Hour"), Christine Mathews, David Atkinson, Betty Oakes, Michele Ann Davenport, Johnny Nowell, David Canary (Co-star of television's "Bonanza," "All My Children," etc. Great-great nephew of "Calamity Jane" - Martha Jane Canary.), Leigh Munro, Fisher Stevens, Harold Patrick, Mary O' Fallon, Marthe Errolle, Virginia Craig, Richard Eastham, Charles Nelson Reilly, Jerry Lazarre, Dran Seitz, Jet McDonald, Jo Sullivan, David Atkinson, John Conte, Ben Bryant, Inga Swenson, Karen Armel, Byron Jones, Pat Stanley, Don Beddoe, Parker Fennelly (Most famous as "Titus Moody" on Fred Allen's" Allen's Alley"), Audra Ann McDonald, Michael Hayden, Sally Murphy, Fisher Stevens, Taye Diggs, Brain d'Arcy James, Kelli O'Hara, Nathan Gunn, Stephanie Blythe, Jessie Mueller, Jason Danieley, Shuler Hensley, etc. Original 1945 production directed by Rouben Mamoulian and choreographed by Agnes de Mille. Songs include: "If I Loved You," "June is Bustin' Out All Over," "Soliloquy," "You'll Never Walk Alone," etc.
17 Carreno! : Book by Pamela Ross. Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Theatre (Miami, FL - 1993) starring Pamela Ross. Directed by Gene Frankel.
17 Carpenters, The : Book by Steven Tesich. Produced at the American Place Theatre (NYC - c.1971) starring Vincent Gardenia, Alice Drummond, Jon Korkes, etc. Directed by Eugene Lesser.
17 Carrie : Book by Lawrence D. Cohan (Based on the novel by Stephen King). Music by Michael Gore. Lyrics by Dean Pitchford. Produced at the Virginia Theatre (NYC - 1988) starring Betty Buckley, Linzi Hateley, Darlene Love, Gene Anthony Ray (Co-star of "Fame" on film and television), etc. Directed by Terry Hands. Songs include: "Unsuspecting Hearts," "I Remember How Those Boys Could Dance," "Dream On," etc.
17 Carrot And Club : Book by John Wexley. Produced at the Shubert Theatre (New haven - 1947) starring John Beal, Bert Lytell, Polly Rowles, etc. Directed by John Wexley.
17 Carrots : or "The Waif of the Woods" produced at Capital Hall (Montpelier, VT - No date) starring Stella Willis, Little Annie Bird, William Henderson, etc.
17 Carry Nation : Book by Frank McGrath ("The Story of Carry Nation as represented in this play is substantially true." ). Produced at the Biltmore Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Esther Dale, Myron McCormick, Mildred Natwick, James Stewart, Barbara O' Neil, Karl Swenson, etc. Directed by Blanche Yurka.
17 Carry On : Book by Fred Thompson and Jack Donohue. Music and lyrics by Arthur Swanstrom, Benny Davis and J. Fred Coots (Most famous as the composer of "Santa Claus is Coming to Town"). Produced at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (Boston - 1929) starring Jack Donohue, Lily Damita ("By Arrangement with Samuel Goldwyn"), William Frawley, Mary Horan, etc. Directed by Bobby Connolly. Choreographed by Albertina Rasch. Songs include: "Bidding The Boys Goodbye," "The Can-Canola," "The Victory Parade," etc.
17 Carry The Tiger To The Mountain : Book by Cherylene Lee. Produced at the PanAsian Repertory Theatre (NYC - 1998) starring Michael Dufault, Steven Michael Harper, Jennifer Kato, Andrew Ping, etc. Directed by Ron Nakahara.
17 Casanova : "A Musical Play of Adventure and Love" by Hans Muller (Adapted from Schanzer and Welisch). English Book and lyrics by Harry Graham. Music by Johann Strauss. Produced by Erik Charell at the Coliseum (London - 1932) starring Dorothy Dickson, Mary Lawson, Jack Barty, Ben Williams, Charles Mayhew, etc. Directed by Charles Charell. Choreographed by Max Rivers. Songs include: "Alone With You," "The Gipsy Lad," "When One and One Makes Three," etc.
17 Case Is Altered, The : Book by Ben Jonson. Produced at the Auditorium Playhouse (Chicago - 1902) starring William Averill, Casper G. Larsen, Emil Goettsch, etc.
17 Case Of Arson, A : Book by Herman Heyermans ("Authorised English version by Howard Peacey."). Produced at the Royalty Theatre (London - 1905) starring Henri De Vries, H. Vibart and H.A. Tonge.
17 Case Of Becky, The : Book by Edward Locke. Produced at various theatres (1911-12) starring Frances Starr, Albert Bruning, Charles Dalton, Mary Lawton, etc. Directed by Davids Belasco.
17 Case Of Lady Chamber, The : Book by Horace Annesley Vachell. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1917) starring Lyn Harding, Mary Boland, Sidney Shields, H. E. Herbert, etc. Directed by B. Iden Payne.
17 Case Of Libel, A : Book by Henry Denker (Based on Louise Nizer's Best Seller "My Life in Court"). Various productions (1963-66) starring Van Heflin, Sidney Blackmer, Larry Gates, John Randolph, Joel Crothers, Lloyd Gough, Robert Terry, Ted Knight, etc. Original 1963 production directed by Sam Wanamaker.
17 Case Of Rebellious Susan, The : Book by Henry Arthur Jones. Various productions (1895 - 1910) starring Isabel Irving, Bessie Tyree, Charles Walcot, W. J. Le Moyne, Charles Wynham, Alfred Bishop, Sam Sothern, Charles Quartermaine, Mary Moore, Herbert Kelcey, etc.
17 Casey Jones (By R. Ardrey) : Book by Robert Ardrey. Produced by the Group Theatre at the Fulton Theatre (NYC - 1938) starring Van Heflin, Charles Bickford, Joseph Sawyer, Howard Da Silva, Charles Dingle, Robert Strauss, etc. Directed by Elia Kazan.
17 Casey Jones (By Rowland and Clifford). : A Musical Fun Frolic in Three Acts produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1912) starring Ollie Mack, Jimmy Dunn, Frank Murray, Frances Trumbell, etc. Songs include: "Rose of Old Kildare," "Holdup Rag," "Texas Prance," etc.
17 Cashel Byron's Profession : Book by George Bernard Shaw. Produced by Henry B. Harris (1906) starring Joseph Kilgour, Marion Little, etc. Directed by Stanilaus Stange.
17 Casino Girl, The : "The Latest and Greatest London and American Success" by Harry B. Smith. Music by Ludwig Englander. Various productions (1900-02) starring Sam Bernard, Albert Hart, Mabelle Gilman, Virginia Earle, George Lauri, Hugh Ward, Lilian Russell, Frank Bernard, etc.
17 Casper, The Yodler : "Musical Comedy Drama" by William Carleton. Produced at various theatres (1888) starring Charles T. Ellis ("The Celebrated Vocalist, Author and Comedian"), G.F. Guptill, Clara Moore, Clara Baker, etc.
17 Cassilis Engagement, The : Book by St. John Hankin. Various productions (c.1922) starring E.E. Clive, Nicholas Joy, May Ediss, Percy Foster, Moffat Johnston, Helen Ferguson, Alice M. Dunn, Frances Chase, etc.
17 Cast Adrift : "The Domestic Comedy-Drama" produced by "The Big Heart Company" (No location or date listed) featuring John J. Black, Alice Jones, Pauline McKinley, William Currier, etc.
17 Castaways, The : "The Best Nautical Drama of the Age" by Harry Lindley. United States tour (No date) starring Harry Lindley. Directed by Earle Lewis.
17 Caste : "The Celebrated Comedy" by T. W. Robertson. Various productions (1867 - 1910) starring L. R. Shewell, Walter Kelly, Annie Clark, Sidney Bancroft, Lydia Foote, Joseph Howard, Lillian Jerome, Carrie Wood, J. Forbes-Robertson, Gilbert Hare, Allan Aynesworth, Cyril Maude, George Giddens, H.B. Conway, David James, Marie Tempest, Elsie Ferguson, Benjamin Webster, Charles Mackay, Marshall Farnum, etc.
17 Castiglioni Brothers, The : Book by Alberto Colantuoni. Produced at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre Royal (1953) starring David Bird, Patrick McGoohan, Norman Rossington (Most famous as "Norm" in the film, "A Hard Day's Night"), Lee Montague, Alice Pearce, etc. Directed by Denis Carey.
17 Castle In Sweden : Book by Francoise Sagan (English adaptation by Lucienne Hill). Produced at the Theatre Royal, Brighton (1962) starring Alec McCowen, Diane Cilento (Wife of Sean Connery), Jack Gwillim, Jill Bennett, etc. Directed by Peter Coe.
17 Castle Of Andalusia, The : Produced at the Theatre -Royal, Edinburgh (1831). Billed with "Harlequin Sinbad".
17 Castle Spectre, The : Produced at various theatres in Great Britain (1810-41). Billed with "Transformation," "Tom and Jerry," "Hit or Miss," "Old and Young," "The Note-Forger," "Darby O' Rourke," "The Falls of Clyde" and a performance by "Real" Bedouin Arabs.
17 Castles In The Air : Book and lyrics by Raymond W. Peck. Music by Percy Wenrich. Produced at various theatres (1926) starring Vivienne Segal, Bernard Granville, J. Harold Murray, Thais Lawton, Gregory Ratoff, Busby Berkeley, etc. Directed by John Meehan. Choreography by John Boyle. Ensembles by Busby Berkeley. Songs include: "I Don't Blame 'Em," "I Would Like To Fondle You," "Land of Romance," etc.
17 Cat Among The Pigeons : Book by Georges Feydeau (Translated by John Mortimer). Various productions (1969-71) starring Elizabeth Seal, Richard Briers, Murray Melvin, Victor Spinetti, Jeffrey Tambor, Judith Light, etc.
17 Cat And The Canary, The : Book by John Willard. Various productions (1922-73) starring Percy Moore, Carl Eckstrom, Beth Franklyn, Virginia Howell, Henry Hull ("The Werewolf of London" on film), John Stokes, Helen Travers, Frank Wilcox, Beth Holland, Peter Lombard, Abe Vigoda,
17 Cat And The Fiddle, The : "A Musical Love Story" by Jerome Kern and Otto Harbach. Various productions (1931 - 45) starring Robert Page, Bettina Hall, Arthur Treacher, George Kirk, Eddie Foy, Jr., Don Ellis, Eduard Franz, etc. Original 1931 production directed by Jose Rubin, choreographed by Albertina Rasch and produced by Max Gordon. Songs include: "The Night Was Made For You," "The Love Parade," "One Moment Alone," etc.
17 Cat On A Hot Tin Roof : Book by Tennessee Williams. Various productions (1955 - 90) starring Barbara Bel Geddes, Burl Ives, Mildred Dunnock, Ben Gazzara, Madeleine Sherwood, Pat Hingle, R. G. Armstrong, Jack Murdock, Kathleen Turner, Polly Holliday, Charles Durning, Elizabeth Ashley, Keir Dullea, Fred Gwynne, Kate Reid, Nancy Carmody, Lawrence Spector, Erik Fredricksen, James Tolkan, Thomas Gomez, Marjorie Steele, Alex Nicol, John Anderson, Chesley Robertson, Victor Jory, William Daniels, Michael Quagliato, Star Hamilton, Harold Bergman, Edward Binns, Terence Knox, Lois Chiles, Kim Hunter, etc. Original 1955 production directed by Elia Kazan.
17 Cataract Of The Ganges, The : or "The Rajah's Daughter" by W. T. Montcrieff. Produced at the Boston Theatre (Boston - 1872) starring Louis Aldrich, J.B. Booth, Charles Poole, Dora Goldthwaite, etc.
17 Catch A Star : Musical Revue with sketches by Danny and Neil Simon. Music by Sammy Fain and Phil Charig. Lyrics by Paul Webster and Ray Golden. Produced by Ray Golden at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1955) starring Pat Carroll, David Burns, Elaine Dunn, Marc Breaux, Trude Adams, etc. Sketches directed by Danny Simon. Choreographed by Lee Sherman. Songs include: "Everybody Wants to Be in Show Business," "A Little Traveling Music," "Las Vegas," "The Story of Alice" (Music by Jerry Bock and lyrics by Larry Holfcener), "Boffola," etc.
17 Catch Me If You Can : "A New Comedy Murder Mystery" by Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert (Based on the French Play by Robert Thomas). Various productions (1965 - 71) starring Dan Dailey, Tom Bosley (Most famous as "Fiorello" on stage. Co-star of television's "Happy Days"), Bethel Leslie, Eli Mintz, Pat Harrington, Jr. (Co-star of television's "The Tonight Show" with Steve Allen, "One Day at a Time," etc.)), James Drury (Star of television's "The Virginian"), Phyllis Drury (Wife of James Drury), Scott Blanchard, Ben Bryant, Tom Russell, Richard B. Shull, etc. Original 1965 production directed by Vincent J. Donohue.
17 Catch My Soul : Filed with Shakespeare Collection - see "Shakespeare - Modern Adaptations".
17 Catch Of The Season, The : Book by Seymour Hicks and Cosmo Hamilton. Music by Herbert E. Haines and Evelyn Baker. Lyrics by Charles H. Taylor. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Vaudeville Theatre (London - No date) starring Stanley Brett, Sam Sothern, Charles Daly, etc.
18 Catherine : Book by Henri Lavedan. Various productions (1899) starring Annie Russell, Frank Worthing, Francis Sedgwick, Elsie de Wolfe, Ethel Barrymore, Marion Kirk, Edgar Becman, Paul Cerny, etc. Produced by Garrick Theatre by Charles Frohman. Directed by Joseph Humphreys.
18 Catherine Of Cleves : Produced at the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh (1832). Billed with "Antiquary," "Bachelor's Wives," "The Legend of Montrose," "No!" and "Comfortable Lodgings".
18 Catherine Was Great : Book by Mae West. Produced by Michael Todd at various theatres (1944 - 45) starring Mae West, Robert Strauss, Hubert Long, Eddy Grove, Carl Bensen, Joel Ashley, etc. Directed by Roy Hargrave.
18 Cathleen Ni Houlihan : Book by W. B. Yeats. Produced at the Abbey Theatre (Dublin - 1923) starring Peter Nolan, Tony Quinn, Arthur Shields (Brother of Barry Fitzgerald), Sara Allgood, etc. Billed with "The Suburban Groove" by W. F. Casey. Directed by Lennox Robinson.
18 Catholic Girls : Book by Doris Baizley. Music by Richard Weinstock. Lyrics by Doris Baizley with Richard Weinstock. Produced by the "New Works Division of Artists in Prison and Other Places" at the Forum Lab (Los Angeles - 1979) starring Belita Moreno, Lisa Jane Persky, Darrell Fetty, etc. Directed by Jeremy Blahnik. Songs include: "In the Cafe of Miracles," "All Night Long," "Girls," etc.
18 Catholic School Girls : Book by Casey Kurtti. Produced at the Douglas Fairbanks Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Lynn Born, Maggie Low, Shelley Rogers and Christine Von Dohln. Directed by Burry Fredrik.
18 Catiline : Book by C.C.S. Cushing. Music by George I. Tompkins. Produced by The Westminster Dramatic Association (No Date) starring J. Stafford, A. Walker, etc.
18 Cats (2 Folders) : Based on "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats" by T.S. Eliot. Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Various productions (1982 - 2005) starring Brian Sutherland, Timothy Jerome, Charlotte d'Amboise (Daughter of Jacques d'Amboise), Paige Dana, William Patrick Dunne, Fred Anderson, Betty Buckley, Harry Groener, Ken Page, Hector Jaime Mercado, Anna McNeely, Amanda Abbs, Graham Fletcher, Andy Karl, Matt Rivera, Rudd Anderson, David Villella, James Patterson, Brian Andrews, Laurie Beechman, Dodie Pettit,Ramon Galindo, Joe Antony Cavise, Frank Ablorh-Odjidja, Valda Aviks, Valentin Baraian, Steve Barton, Gordon Bovinet, Jutta Bryde, Calvann Cole, F. Dion Davis, Michael O'Connor, Laura Edmunds, David Forman, Gregory Jones, Paul Nicholas, Elaine Paige, etc. Original 1982 production directed by Trevor Nunn and choreographed by Gillian Lynne. Songs include: "The Rum Tum Tugger," "Memory," "The Naming of Cats," etc.
18 Catskills On Broadway : Conceived by Freddie Roman. Produced at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (NYC - 1991) starring Freddie Roman, Marilyn Michaels (Co-star of television's "The Kopykats"), Louise Duart, Mal Z. Lawrence and Dick Capri. Entire production supervised by Larry Arrick.
18 Catsplay : Book by Istvan Orkeny (translated from the Hungarian by Clara Gyorgyey). Various productions (1977-81) starring Helen Burns, Katherine Squire, Joseph Bieber, Irene Connors, Nancy Heusel, H.D. Cameron, etc.
18 Catstick : Book by Jack G. Barefield. Produced at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1961) starring Patricia Jessel, Donald Davis, Ruth White, Thayer Davis, etc. Directed by Elaine Perry.
18 Cato : Produced at various theatres in Great Britain (1841) starring Henry Vandenhoff. Billed with "Money" and "High Life Below Stairs".
18 Caucasian Chalk Circle, The : Book by Bertolt Brecht. Various adaptations and translations (1962 - 90) starring Clayton Karkosh, Peter Hunt, Gwen Nelson, Roy Dotrice (Father of Karen Dotrice), Michael Flanders (Of the comedy team, "Swann and Flanders"), Ernst Busch, Stacy Keach, John Carpenter, Oliver Clark, Ruth Attaway, Robert Quarry (Most famous as "Count Yorga, Vampire" on film), Robert Prosky, Melinda Dillon (Most famous as the mother in the film, "A Christmas Story"), Stephen Joyce, Morris Carnovsky, LuAnn Adams, Ariane Brandt, Jason Duchin, Ntare Mwine, Mark Singale, Boris Tumarin, Shirley Jac Wagner, Leonardo Cimino, Ray Fry, Brock Peters, Earl Montgomery, Robert Symonds, Edward Winter, Doris Rich, Priscilla Pointer, etc.
18 Caught In A Trap : Produced at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket (London - 1843). Billed with "Victor and Hortense".
18 Caught In The Rain : "The Three Act Farce" by William Collier and Grant Stewart. Various productions (c.1911) starring Ralph Kellard, Albert Sackett, Henry Hull ("The Werewolf of London" on film), William Collier, George Nash, Louise Drew, etc.
18 Caught With The Goods : "A Political Drama In Three Acts" by William A. Farrell. Produced by the Empire Players at the Empire Theater (Syracuse - 1915) starring Henry G'sell, John Gordon, Frances McGrath, etc. Directed by Edwin H. Curtis.
18 Cause Celebre : Book by Terence Rattigan. Produced at Her Majesty's Theatre (London - 1977) starring Glynis Johns, Lee Montague, Helen Lindsay, Bernard Archer, Patrick Barr, Angela Browne, Jeremy Hawk, etc. Directed by Robin Midgley.
18 Cavalcade : Book by Noel Coward. Produced by Charles B. Cochran at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London - 1932) starring John Mills, Mary Clare, Una O'Connor, Binnie Barnes, etc.
18 Cavalier, The : "Southern Romance" by George W. Cable ("Dramatized by Paul Kester and George Middleton"). Produced (1902-03) starring Julia Marlowe, Frank Worthing, Kate Lester, Nella Webb, etc. Directed by William Seymour.
18 Cave Dwellers, The : Book by William Saroyan. Various productions (1957 - 60) starring Barry Jones, Eugenie Leontovich, Wayne Morris, Gerald Hiken (Cousin of Nat Hiken), Clifton James, Ivan Dixon (Co-star of television's "Hogan's Heroes"), Susan Harrison, Eleanor Phelps, Dana Elcar, James Ray, J. Robert Dietz, Studs Terkel, Avery Schreiber (Of the comedy team, "Burns and Schreiber"), Dee Camp, Tom Dever, etc.
18 Caviar : "A Musical Romance" by Leo Randole. Music by Harden Church. Lyrics by Edward Heyman. Produced at the Forrest Theatre (NYC - 1934) starring Jane Winton, George Houston, Mitzi Garner, Jack Cole, Hugh Cameron, etc. Directed by Clifford Brooke. Choreographed by John E. Lonergan. Songs include: "Dream Kingdon," "Tarts and Flowers," "My Hearts An Open Book," etc.
18 Caviare To The General : Filed with Shakespeare Collection - see "Shakespeare Theatrical Tributes".
18 Ceiling Zero : Book by Frank Wead. Various productions (1935) starring Osgood Perkins (Father of Anthony Perkins), Allan Hale, John B. Litel, Walter Hill, Carleton Wiggns, Percy Helton, Rosemary DeCamp, Henry Hull, Jr., etc, Original production directed by Antoinette Perry. John Wayne Portrayed Frank Wead in the 1957 film, "The Wings of Eagles" directed by John Ford.
18 Celebrated Case, A : Book by MM. D' Ennery and Cormon. Produced by Charles Frohman and David Belasco at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1915) starring Otis Skinner, Walter F. Scott, Ruth Farnum, William P. Carleton, etc.
18 Celebration : "A New Musical" with music by Harvey Schmidt and lyrics by Tom Jones. Various productions (1969) starring Susan Watson, Ted Thurston, Keith Charles, Michael Glenn-Smith, Bruce Van Blarcom, Chris Vance, etc. Original production directed by Tom Jones and choreographed by Vernon Lusby. Songs include: "Celebration," "I'm Glad to See You've Got What You Want," "Not My Problem," etc.
18 Celestial Maiden, A : "Original Chinese Drama" by Charles Ulrich. Produced at the Oakland Theatre (California - No date) starring Ed. J. Heron, Francis Yale, Lottie Williams, etc.
18 Cellar And The Well, The : Book by Phillip Pruneau. Produced at the ANTA (American National Theatre and Academy) Playhouse (NYC - 1950) starring Ann Dearing, Frank Rowan, Eda Heinemann, Etc. Directed by Henderson Forsythe.
18 Cemetery Club, The : "A New Comedy" by Ivan Menchell. Produced at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NYC - 1990) starring Eileen Heckart, Elizabeth Franz, Doris Belack, Lee Wallace and Judith Granite. Directed by Pamela Berlin.
18 Cena Delle Beffe, La : or "The Jest" by Sam Benelli. Music by Umberto Giordano. Produced (c. 1926) starring Titta Ruffo, Max Altglass, Merle Alcock, etc. Directed by Samuel Thewman.
18 Census Taker, The : Book by Crystal Field. Music by Christopher Cherney. Lyrics by Crystal Field. Produced by "Theater For The New City" (NYC - No date) starring Ellen Barker, Beth Boone, Crystal Field, Bob Grimm, etc. Directed by Crystal Field.
18 Central City Nights : "An Original Musical Revue" under the direction of Robert Edmond Jones. Produced at the Central City Opera House (Colorado - 1935) starring Virginia Barney, Mary Figgin, Ruth Young, William Adams, James Burke, etc. Musical Direction by Frank St. Leger. Songs include: "Thy Lovely Companions," "Each Wish of My Heart," "Let Us Forget," etc.
18 Century Girl, The : "A Musical Entertainment" with scenes by Joseph Urban. Music by Victor Herbert (Portrayed by Walter Connolly in the 1939 biopic, "The Great Victor Herbert") and Irving Berlin. Produced by Charles Dillingham and Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr at the Century Theatre (NYC - 1916) starring Hazel Dawn, Elsie Janis, Sam Bernard, Leon Errol, Vera Maxwell, Marion and Madeline Fairbanks, etc. Songs include: "The Century Girl," "The Chicken Walk," "When Uncle Sam Rules the Wave," etc.
18 Century Midnight Whirl : Dialogue and comedy scenes by Thomas J. Gray. Music by George Gershwin (Portrayed by Robert Alda in the 1945 biopic, "Rhapsody in Blue") and Harry Tierney. Lyrics by Budd de Sylva (Portrayed by Gordon MacRae in the 1956 biopic, "The Best Things in Life Are Free"), Joseph McCarthy and John Henry Mears. Produced at the American Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Jay Gould, Richard Carle, Charles Winninger, Blanche Ring, etc. Directed by Julian Mitchell, Edward Royce and May Leslie. Songs include: "Ima High and Heza Low', "If They Take the Sun Out of Sunday," "Let Cutie Cut Your Cuticle," etc.
18 Ceremonies In Dark Old Men : Book by Lonne Elder III. Various productions (1974 - 85) starring Richard Ward, Bette Howard, Keith David, Douglas Turner Ward, Robert Deon Lyons, Anthony Fowler, Frank Adu, Rick Khan, Judy Tate, etc.
18 Chains : Book by Jules Eckert Goodman. Produced at The Playhouse (Chicago - 1923) starring Helen Gahagan (U.S. Congresswoman and wife of Melvyn Douglas), O.P. Heggie, Paul Kelly, William Morris, etc.
18 Chairs, The : Book by Eugene Ionesco. Various adaptations and translations (1958-98) starring Eli Wallach (Husband od Anne Jackson), Joan Plowright (Wife of Laurence Olivier), Max Adrian, Geraldine McEwan, Richard Briers, etc. Billed with "The Lesson" by Eugene Ionesco. Directed by Tony Richardson (Husband of Vanessa Redgrave. Father of Natasha Richardson.) and Simon McBurney.
18 Chalk Garden, The : Book by Enid Bagnold. Various productions (1955 - 63) starring Gladys Cooper, Siobhan McKenna, Fritz Weaver, Marian Seldes, Betsy von Furstenberg, Judith Anderson, Audrey Ridgwell. Rosemary Murphy, Stanley Bell, Peggy Wood (Star of television's "I Remember Mama". Co-star of "The Sound of Music" on film), Cookie Kupcinet (Daughter of Irv Kupcinet), Kenneth Mars, Margaret Haugen, Ed Glenn, Helen Hayes, Jenny Hecht (Daughter of Ben Hecht), Frances Sternhagen, Ian Wolfe, Louise Lamont, Kay Brash Jeter, Esther Benson, Ruth Chatterton, Priscilla Pointer, Ruth White, Nan Leader, etc. Original 1955 production directed by Albert Marre ("The Hollywood Ten") and produced by Irene Mayer Selznick (Daughter of Louis B. Mayer. Wife of David O. Selznick.). Original 1955 scenery and costumes by Cecil Beaton.
18 Challenge, The : Book by Eugene Walter. Produced at Selwyn's Park Square Theatre (Boston - No date) starring Holbrook Blinn, Louise Dyer, Ruth Benson, Ben Johnson, etc.
18 Champagne And Oysters : "The Bright and Sparkling Farcical Comedy" produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse - 1897) starring J. Herbert Mack, John Hickey, Lillian Nelson, etc. Billed with "a program of progressive novelties" including Blanche Newcomb ("The Petite Vocalist"), Cain and Mack ("The Old and Funny Team"), Willard and Browne ("The Little Ginger Girls"), and Hart and Williams ("The Original Get-Together Boys").
18 Champagne Complex : "A Light-Headed Comedy" by Leslie Stevens. Various productions (1955 - 58) starring Donald Cook, John Dall, Monica Lovett, Don Markcity, Lawrence Spector, Polly Bergan, etc,
18 Champagne For Two : "The World Premiere" by Thomas Barber. Produced at the Hilltop Theatre (Lutherville, MD - 1954) starring Margaret Stewart, Earl F.Simmons, Trudy Meyer, Barbara Knox, etc. Directed by Frederic Meyer.
18 Champagne, Sec : An Adaptation of Johann Strauss' Viennese Operetta "Die Fledermaus" (English version by Alan Child). Lyrics by Robert A. Simon. Produced at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Peggy Wood (Star of television's "I Remember Mama". Co-star of "The Sound of Music" on film.), Helen Ford, George Meader, Kitty Carlisle (Regular panelist on the television game show, "To Tell The Truth". Wife of Moss Hart.), etc. Directed by Monty Woolley (Portrayed himself in the 1945 biopic, "Night and Day". Portrayed by Allan Corduner in the 2004 biopic, "De-Lovely.).
18 Champion, The : Book by Thomas Louden and A.E. Thomas. Produced at various theatres (1921) starring Grant Mitchell, Adria Hill, Arthur Elliott, Gerald Hamer, etc. Directed by Sam Forrest.
18 Change : "A Glamorgan Play in Four Acts" by J.O. Francis. Produced at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1914) starring "The Welsh Players" featuring Ernest Cove, Lillian Mason, Edmond Kennedy, Tom Owen, etc. Directed by Tom Owen.
18 Change Alley : Book by Louis N. Parker and Murray Carson. Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1897) starring E. H. Sothern, C. P. Flockton, Marshall Stedman, etc. Directed by E. H. Sothern.
18 Change In The Heir, A : "A New Musical Comedy" by George H. Gorham and Dan Sticco. Produced at the Edison Theatre (NYC - 1990) starring Brooks Almy, Judy Blazer, Jeffrey Herbst, Mary Stout, J. K. Simmons, etc. Directed and choreographed by David H. Bell. Songs include: "Can't I," "Take a Look at That," "Hold That Crown," etc.
18 Changeling, The : Book by Thomas Middleton and William Rowley. Various productions (1964 - 78) starring Paul Mann, Barbara Loden, John Phillip Law, James Greene, Barry Primus, Faye Dunaway, Julie Walters, Peter Postlethwaite, etc. Original 1964 production directed by Elia Kazan.
18 Changelings, The : "A Comedy" by Lee Wilson Dodd. Produced at various theatres (1923-24) starring Henry Miller, Laura Hope Crews (Most famous as "Aunt Pittypat" in the film, "Gone With The Wind"), Blanche Bates, Ruth Chatterton, Emma Dunn, etc.
18 Changing Room, The : "Best Play" 1973 NY Drama Critics Award by David Storey. Various productions (1973) starring Rex Robbins, John Lithgow, John Braden Paul Rudd, George Hearn, Richard D. Masur, Tom Bower, James O' Connell, etc. Original 1973 production directed by Michael Rudman.
18 Channel Road, The : "A Comedy" by Alexander Woollcott and George S. Kaufman (Suggested by Maupassant's "Boule De Suif"). Produced at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring William Young, Paul W. Dorn, Edmund Loewe, Siegried Rumann (Sig Rumann), etc. Directed by Arthur Hopkins.
18 Chantecler : Book by Edmond Rostand. Various adaptations and translations (1910 -12) starring Maud Adams, Ernest Rowan, Arthur Byron, Ernest Lawford, David Manning (Most famous as the co-star of "Dracula" and "The Mummy" on film.), G. Dorival, Maggie Gauthier, etc.
18 Chaos Flat : Produced at Wysor's Opera House (Muncie, Indiana - 1890) starring Ada and Rillie Deaves, Harry Mack, Harry Porter, Rose Leon, etc. Songs include: "Beautiful Snow," "Tootsy-Wootsy," "Minnette Clog," etc.
18 Chapeau : Book and lyrics by Alfred Uhry (Based on "The Italian Straw Hat" by Eugene Labiche). Music by Robert Waldman. Produced at Ravinia Festival's Murray Theatre (Highland Park, Illinois - 1977) starring Dennis Bacigalupi, Tom Robbins, Patricia Hodges, Frances Conroy, etc. Directed by Gerald Freedman, Choreographed by Ethel Martin. Songs include: "The Mango Tango," "The Wedding Bed Lies Waiting," "Here's To Surprises," etc.
18 Chaperon, The : Book by Marion Fairfax. Various productions (1908 - 09) starring Maxine Elliot, Ada Gilman, William Harrigan, Grant Mitchell, Mary Keogh, Edward Arnold, Ogden Crane, Edith Lyle, etc.
18 Chapter Two : Book by Neil Simon. Various productions (1977 - 80) starring Judd Hirsch, Anita Gillette, Ann Wedgeworth, Dick Latessa, Laurence Luckinbill (Most famous as an original cast member of "The Boys in the Band" on stage and film.Husband of Lucie Arnaz.), Robin Strasser (Co-star of television's "Another World," "The Secret Storm," "One Life To Live," etc.), Jerry Sroka, James Harper, Jerry Orbach, Marilyn Redfield, Herbert Edelman, David Groh (Co-star of television's "Rhoda".), Delphi Harrington, David Hedison (Most famous in the title role of the original "The Fly" on film. Co-star of television's "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea".), Vincent Baggetta (Star of television's "The Eddie Capra Mysteries"), Arthur Eden, Howard Malkin, Joan M. Davidson, Nancy Devlin, etc. Original 1977 production directed by Herbert Ross (Husband of Nora Kaye and Lee Radziwill.).
18 Character Lines : Book by Larry Ketron. Produced by the St. Nicholas Theatre Company (Chicago - 1980) starring Ned Schmidtke, Elizabeth Goldstein and Janet Carroll. Directed by James Wise.
18 Charity Ball, The : Book by David Belasco and Henry C. DeMille (Father of Cecil B. DeMille.). Various productions (1890 - 1912) starring Herbert Kelcey, W. J. LeMoyne, Charles Walcot, Byron Douglas, Ernest Joy, Vaughan Glaser, Roy Atwood, F. Mortimer Mitchell, Rupert H. Clark, etc.
18 Charlatan, The (By R. Buchanan) : "A New Play of Modern Life" by Robert Buchanan. Produced at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket (London - No date) starring Nutcombe Gould, Fred Terry, Irene Vanbrugh, Gertrude Kingston, etc.
18 Charlatan, The (By L. Praskins) : Book by Leonard Praskins and Ernest Pascal. Produced at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1922) starring Craufurd Kent, Florence Johns, William Ingersoll, Margaret Dale, Howard Ragsdale, etc. Directed by Ira Hards.
18 Charlemagne! : Produced at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London - 1838). Billed with "Francis the First," "The Troopers' Smithy," and "Torrent of Andorra".
18 Charles Dickens : "A Solo Performance " by Emlyn Williams (adapted for the stage by Mr. Williams). Produced at various theatres (1953 - 76).
18 Charles The First : Produced at the Shaftesbury Theatre (London - No date) starring H.B. Irving, Dorothea Baird, etc.
18 Charleston, 1822 : book by Dorothy Heyward. Produced at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1948) starring Juano Hernandez, John Marriot, Mildred Smith, William Warfield, Merritt Smith, etc. Directed by Martin Ritt.
18 Charley's Aunt (2 Folders) : Book by Brandon Thomas. Various productions (1892- 1993) starring Sydney Paxton, Walter Everard, H. Reeves Smith, Christopher Parsons, Matthew Reed, Vaughan Glaser, Roy Atwell, Harry Lillford, Mary Churchill, Rose Hubbard, W. S. Penley, Jose Ferrer, John Mills, Gus A. Forbes, Frank Jamison, Nicholas Joy, Uta Hagen, Gaylord Meech, Barry Fuller, Julian Holloway, Peggy Wood, Kent Smith, Rex O' Malley, Robert Lansing, Terence Kilburn, Lori March, Nevin De Turk, Donald O' Connor, Steve Franken, Barbara Babcock, Ralph Kellard, Pat Baskin, Donald Meek, Russell Hunter, Harry Slone, Christopher Newton, Fiona Reid, Frederic Warriner, Paxton Whitehead, James Valentine, John Horton, James Edmond, Mary Long, etc.
18 Charlie And Algernon : "A Very Special Musical" with book and lyrics by David Rogers (Based on the novel "Flowers for Algernon"). Music by Charles Strouse. Produced by The Folger Theatre Group at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (Washington, DC - 1980) starring Sandy Faison, Chev Rodgers, Robert Sevra, etc. Directed by Louis W. Scheeder. Choreographed by Virginia Freeman. Songs include: "I Got a Friend," "Midnight Riding," "Whatever Time There Is," etc.
18 Charlie Girl : Book by Hugh and Margaret Williams with Ray Cooney. Music and lyrics by David Heneker and John Taylor. Produced at the Adelphi Theatre (London - 1965) starring Joe Brown, Anna Neagle, Stuart Damon (Co-star of television's "General Hospital"), Derek Nimmo, etc. Directed by Wallace Douglas. Choreographed by Alfred Rodrigues. Songs include: "I Was Young," "I Hates Money," "Fish and Chips," etc.
19 Charlot Revue Of 1926, The : Produced by Arch Selwyn at the Selwyn Theatre (NYC - 1925 -26) starring Beatrice Lillie, Jack Buchanan (Portrayed by Garrett Lewis in the 1968 biopic, "Star"), Gertrude Lawrence (Portrayed by Julie Andrews in the 1968 biopic, "Star"), Douglas Furber, Eric Blore, Constance Carpenter, Choreographed by Jack Buchanan. Songs include: "How D'You Do?," "Russian Blues" (by Noel Coward), "Poor Little Rich Girl" (by Noel Coward), etc.
19 Charlot's Masquerade : "A Revue in Two Acts" by Ronald Jeans. Music by Reg Casson, Pierre De Caillaux, Norman Hackforth, Ivor Novello, Jack Strachey, Kenneth Tod, William Walker and Arthur Young. Lyrics by Rowland Leigh. Produced at the Cambridge Theatre (England - 1930) starring Beatrice Lillie, Henry Kendall, Constance Carpenter, Florence Desmond, Anton Dolin, Dora Vadimova, etc. Directed by Auriol Lee and Ronald Jeans. Choreographed by Harland Dixon and Quentin Tod. Songs include: "I Fell for You," "Our Hamlet," "Who Cares?," etc.
19 Charlot's Revue of 1924 : Produced by the Selwyns at the Selwyn Theatre (NYC - 1924) starring Beatrice Lillie, Gertrude Lawrence (Portrayed by Julie Andrews in the 1968 biopic, "Star"), Nilson Keys, Marjorie Brooks, Fred Leslie, etc. Choreographed by David Bennett. Songs include: "Cigarette Land" (by R. P Weston and Bert Lee), "There's Life in the Old Girl Yet" (by Noel Coward), "Limehouse Blues" (by Douglas Furber and Philip Braham), etc.
19 Charlotte : Book by Peter Hacks. Produced at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1980) starring Uta Hagen and Charles Nelson Reilly. Directed by Herbert Berghof.
19 Charlotte Corday : "An Original Play in Four Acts founded on an incident in the life of Charlotte Corday" by I.C. Montesquison. Produced at the Herald Square Theatre (NYC - 1895) starring Cora Browne-Potter, Harold Bellew, Verner Clarges, Perdita Hudspeth, etc. Directed by Myron B. Rice.
19 Charlotte, Emily and Anne : "The Brontes" by Alfred Sangster. Produced at the Pabst Theatre (Milwaukee - No date) starring Violet Kemble-Cooper, Elizabeth Risdon, Audrey Ridgewell, etc. Directed by Robert Henderson (Milwaukee Dramatic Festival, Director).
19 Charm : Book by John Kirkpatrick. Produced at the Temple Theatre (Syracuse - 1928) staring Eleanor Andrus, Warren Wade, Don Beddoe, Irene Blair, etc. Directed by Warren Wade.
19 Charm School, The : "A Comedy" by Alice Duer Miller and Robert Milton. Produced at Brattle Hall (Cambridge, MA - 1928) starring Bernard McManus, Thomas Williams, John Sullivan, etc. Directed by Florence M. Herrick.
19 Charmed Bird, The : "A Play of Tomorrow" by Justine Lewis. Produced at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1917) starring Mary Young, Frederick Perry, Fred Eric, David Higgins, etc. Directed by Mary Young and Justine Lewis.
19 Charming Conscience, A : "A Joyous Comedy" by Orrick Johns. Produced at the Shubert-Jefferson Theatre (St. Louis - 1924) starring Margaret Anglin, Donald McKee, Harry Barfoot, Agnes Grant, etc. Directed by Lee Shubert.
19 Chase, The : Book by Horton Foote. Various productions (1952-59) starring John Hodiak, Kim Hunter, Kim Stanley, Lonny Chapman, Murray Hamilton, Nan McFarland, John Beal, George O' Halloran, etc. Original 1952 production directed by Jose Ferrer.
19 Chattanooga : Book by Lincoln J. Carter. Produced at the Columbia Theatre (Chicago - 1898) starring Wilton Lackaye, Charles Richman, Blanche Bates, etc. Directed by Oscar Eagle.
19 Chauve-Souris : "The Bat Theatre of Moscow" (founded by Nikita Balieff) produced at various theatres (1922 -43) by F. Ray Comstock and Morris Gest.
19 Cheater, The : Book by Louis Mann (A Free Adaptation of "Der Dopplemenseh," a German farce by Wilhelm Jacoby and Arthur Lipshitz). Produced at the Garrick Theatre (NYC - 1911) starring Louis Mann, Mathilde Cottrelly, Jessie Carter, Edward Horton, etc.
19 Cheaters : "A New Comedy" by Michael Jacobs. Produced by Ruth Foreman ("First Lady of Florida Theatre") at the Ruth Foreman Theatre (Miami, FL - 1987) starring Sherry Faber, Rhonda "Ru" Flynn, Greg Gerard, Melissa Hart, etc. Directed by Joseph Adler.
19 Cheating At Love : Book by Arthur Wing Pinero. Produced at The Playhouse (Pittsburgh - 1960) starring Saundra Threnhauser, Frank Bayer, Bob Riehl, Rita Unger, etc. Directed by John Tillinghast.
19 Cheating Cheaters : "A Farce Melodrama' by Max Marcin. Various productions (1916 -18) starring James Marlowe, Anne Sutherland, Robert McWade, William Morris, Marjorie Rambeau, Harold Salter, Frank Wilcox, etc.
19 Checkers : "A Character Comedy" by Henry M. Blossom, Jr. Various productions (1904) starring Thomas W. Ross, Frank Monroe, Ernest J. Mack, James McKean, May Vokes, Hans Robert, Stephanie Longfellow, etc.
19 Chee-Chee : "A Musical Narrative" by Lew Fields (Of the comedy team, "Weber and Fields"), Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart (Adapted from the Celebrated Novel by Charles Petit entitled "The Son of The Grand Eunuch"). Produced at Lew Fields' Mansfield Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring Helen Ford, Ralph Glover, Philip Loeb (Co-star of "The Goldbergs" on radio and television), etc. Directed by Alexander Leftwich. Choreographed by Jack Haskell. Songs include: "I Must Love You," "Dear, Oh, Dear," "Moon of My Delight," etc. Rodgers and Hart were portrayed by Tom Drake and Mickey Rooney in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music".
19 Cheek : "The Comedy-Drama" by Fred Marsden. Produced at the Utica Opera House (NY - 1884) starring Roland Reed, Fred Hight, Oliver Jenkins, etc. "Incidental to the play, Mr. Reed will introduce his New Songs and Medleys, including his Great New York Success, entitled 'I'm a Perfect New York Dude'."
19 Cheer 1, 2 And 3 : Produced at Governors Island (NY - December 1917) starring John Hendricks, Willie Evans, Ethel Hopkins, etc. Songs include: "The Blushing Bride and Groom," "Queen of the Nile," "When Old New York Goes Dry," etc.
19 Chekhov In Yalta : Book by John Driver and Jeffrey Haddow. Produced at the Hilbery Repertory Theatre (Detroit - No date).
19 Chekhov On The Lawn : "An Entertainment From The Works of Anton Chekhov" devised, adapted and directed by Elihu Winer. Produced at the Lambs' Theatre (NYC - 1973) starring William Shust as "Anton Chekhov".
19 Chemin De Fer : Book by Georges Feydeau (Translated and adapted by Suzanne Grossmann and Paxton Whitehead). Various productions (1969-75) starring Donald Moffat, Mariette Hartley, Marvin Kaplan, Ed Flanders (Co-star of television's "St. Elsewhere"), Joan Van Ark (Co-star of television's "Knots Landing"), Jack Dodson (Most famous as "Howard Sprague" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Mayberry RFD"), Richard Fire, Dennis Franz (Star of television's "NYPD Blue"), Richard Kline, Robert Swan, etc.
19 Cheri : Book by Colette (adapted by Anita Loos based on the novels "Cheri" and "The Last of Cheri"). Produced at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1959) starring Kim Stanley, Horst Bucholz, Lili Darvas, Edith King, Joan Gray, John Granger, etc. Directed by Robert Lewis.
19 Cherokee Night, The : Book by Lynn Riggs. Produced at the Hedgerow Theatre (Philadelphia - No date).
19 Cherry And Fair Star : or "The Children of Cyprus" produced at the Museum Theatre (NYC - 1851). Billed with "Boots at the Swan".
19 Cherries Are Ripe : "A New Comedy" by John Emerson and Anita Loos. Produced at various theatres (1931) starring Vilma Banky, Rod La Rocque, Gavin Muir, Zolya Telma, etc. Directed by Constance Collier.
19 Cherry Blossom : "A Modern Japanese Operetta" with book and lyrics by Edward A. Paulton. Music by Bernard Hamblen.Produced at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse - 1926) starring Augusta Spette, Harold Vizard, Edith Thayer, Jerome Daley, Marion Green, Edith Sheldon, etc. Directed by Eddie Dowling. Choreographed by Frances Weldon. Songs include: "The Family Ban," "Pink Cherry Blossoms," "When Love is True Love," etc.
19 Cherry Orchid, The (2 Folders) : Book by Anton Chekhov. Various productions, adaptations and translations (1933-88) starring Eva Le Gallienne, Joseph Schildkraut, Rex O' Malley, Leona Roberts, Carl Benton Reid, Eduard Franz, Brian Dennehy, Kate Mailer (Daughter of Norman Mailer), Linda Hunt, Jeremy Rowe, Kate Reid, Louis Zorich (Husband of Olympia Dukakis), Robert Bogue, Alla Nazimova, Josephine Hutchinson, Howard Da Silva, Alexander Scourby, Larissa Kachanova, Alla Tarassova, Jim Baker, Penelope Reed, Jeffrey Tambor, Albert Finney, Ben Kingsley, Lila Kedrova, Esther Benson, Ian Holm, Roy Dotrice, Peggy Ashcroft, Judi Dench, John Gielgud, Erika Gippner, John Warner, Lee Montague, Patrick McGoohan, Norman Rossington (Most famous as "Norm" in the film "A Hard Day's Night"), Simon Beresford, Patrick Stewart, Philip Bosco, Robert Prosky, Constance Cummings, David Furth, Betzi Durham, Kim Hunter, Robert Mandel, Paul Benedict, Verna Bloom, Jonathan Ames, Margaret Kaler, Nancy Marchand (Co-star of television's "Marty," "Lou Grant," "The Sopranos," etc.), Edward Herrmann, David Clennon, Christine Estabrook, Marybeth Hurt (Wife of William Hurt), Irene Worth, Max Wright, Cathryn Damon, Gloria Foster, Ellen Holly, Bramwell Fletcher, Richard Waring, Marian Winters, Abe Vigoda, etc.
19 Cherubs, The : Book by Joseph Bradford. Produced at various theatres (1884) starring Stuart Robson, W.H. Crane, Charles S. Dickson, John Grasp, etc.
19 Chesapeake : Book by Lee Blessing. Produced at the Second Stage Theatre (NYC - 1999) starring Mark Linn-Baker (Co-star of television's "Perfect Strangers"). Directed by Max Mayer.
19 Chesney Wold : Book by H.A. Rendle (Adapted from the novel, "Bleak House" by Charles Dickens). Produced at The Globe Theatre (Boston - 1873) starring H.F. Daly, Leslie Allen, W.E. Sheridan, etc.
19 Chess : "A New Musical" by Richard Nelson (Based on an idea by Tim Rice) Music by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus. Lyrics by Tim Rice. Produced at the Imperial Theatre (NYC - 1988) starring Judy Kuhn, David Carroll, Philip Casnoff, Paul Harmen, Harry Goz ("Fiddler on the Roof," etc.), etc. Directed by Trevor Nunn. Choreographed by Lynne Taylor-Corbett. Songs include: "U.S. Versus U.S.S.R.," "One Night in Bangkok," "A Whole New Board Game," etc.
19 Chevaleer, The : Book by Henry Arthur Jones. Produced at the Garrick Theatre (London - 1905) starring Arthur Bourchier, Walter Pearce, A.E. Matthews, etc. Directed by Arthur Bourchier.
19 Chicago (By F. Ebb and Bob Fosse) : A Musical Vaudeville with book by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse (Based on the play, "Chicago" by Maurine Dallas Watkins. Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Various productions (1975 - 2011) starring Gwen Verdon (Wife of Bob Fosse), Chita Rivera, Jerry Orbach, Barney Martin (Co-star of television's "Seinfeld"), Mary McCarty, Bebe Neuwirth (Co-star of television's "Cheers"), Ann Reinking, James Naughton, Marcia Lewis, Joel Grey, Belle Calaway, Donna Marie Asbury, Robert Urich, Alaina Reed, Rex Everhart, Marilu Henner, Gregory Jbara, Sandy Duncan, Ruthie Henshall, George Hamilton, Penny Worth, Charlotte d' Amboise (Daughter of Jacques d'Amboise), Jasmine Guy, Ron Orbach (Cousin of Jerry Orbach), M.E. Spencer, Jonathan Williams, Heather Gifford, Jessica Morin, Fernando Chonqui, Peter Buffie, Joel Brahim, Michelle Geering, Megan Wise, Kayla Williams, Miranda Morris, Linda Marie Fagan, Jessica Mongerio, Daniel Link, Lane Pindell, Jaycee Barre-Tozick, Ken Hilton, Gregg Bleam, Melanie Tarter, Tyler Stentiford, Scotty Roberts, Hunter Moore, Nicole Elias, Aubrey Wise, Joan Elizabeth, Rebekah Leppert, Sam Dugger, etc, Original 1975 production directed and choreographed by Bob Fosse. Songs include: "All That Jazz," "All I Care About," "Roxie," "Mister Cellophane," "Razzle Dazzle," "Nowadays," etc.
19 Chicago (By M.D. Watkins) : "A New play" by Maurine Dallas Watkins. Various productions (1926 - 53) starring Francine Larrimore, Charles Bickford, Dorothy Stickney (Wife of Howard Lindsay), Anne Gerety, Virginia Thoms, etc. Original 1926 production directed by George Abbott and produced by Sam H. Harris.
19 Chick : Produced at J.C. Rockwell's People's Theatre (Boston - No date) starring Frank O. Ireson, E. O. Brown, Calara Davenport, Rose Bernard, etc. "Every performance to conclude with a Mirthful, Roaring Farce."
19 Chicken Delight : "A New Gay Comedy " by John Glines. Produced at the Courtyard Playhouse (NYC - 1991). Directed by Charles Catanese.
19 Chicken Every Sunday : "A New Comedy" by Julius J. and Philip G. Epstein (Based on the book by Rosemary Taylor). Variou productions (1944 - 54) starring Mary Philips, Sidney Blackmer, Viola Dean, Frank M. Thomas, Hope Emerson, Viola Frayne, William Nunn, Lois Wilson, Austin Coghlan, Guy Stockwell (Brother of Dean Stockwell), Tino Valenti, Rhys Willliams, Jean Dale, Margaret Stewart, Earl F. Simmons, etc. Original 1944 production directed by Lester Vail.
19 Chicken Feed : Book by Guy Bolton. Produced at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse - 1926) starring Frank Wilcox, Lucille Nikolas, Kay Strozzi, etc. Directed by Thomas Wirth.
19 Chickens Come Home : "A Comedy of Modes and Morals" by Willis Maxwell Goodhue. Produced at the Mayan Theatre (Los Angeles - No date) starring Mack Williams, Carolyn McLean, Julia Walsh, Loren Gage, Viola Lowry, etc. Directed by Edward Cooper.
19 Chief Micanopy's Revenge : Book by Gary Gordon. Produced at The Thomas Center (Gainesville, FL - 1988) starring Gregory Jones, Yvonne Dell, Steve Goodie, Ira Luft, etc. Directed by Gary Gordon.
19 Chief Of Staff, The : Book by Ronald MacDonald. Produced at the Lyric Theatre (London - 1909) starring William Haviland, Lewis Waller, Reginald Dane, Caton Woodville, etc. Directed by Lewis Waller.
19 Chief Thing, The : "A Comedy for Some - A Drama for Others" by Nicolas Evreinoff ("Theatre Guild Version Based on Translation by Herman Bernstein and Leo Randole"). Produced at the Guild Theatre (NYC - 1926) starring McKay Morris (Courtesy of David Belasco), Edith Meiser, Henry Travers (Most famous as "Clarence the Angel" in the film, "It's A Wonderful Life"), Estelle Winwood, Dwight Frye (Most famous as the co-star of "Dracula" and "Frankenstein" on film), Edward G. Robinson, Lee Strasberg, Ernest Cossart, Helen Westley, etc. Directed by Philip Moeller.
19 Chiffon Girl, The : "A Romantic Musical Comedy" by George Murray. Music and Lyrics by Carlo and Sanders. Produced at Jolson's 59th Street Theatre (NYC - 1924) starring Si Layman, Helen Kling, Eleanor Painter, Gladys Miller, etc. Directed by Everett Butterfield. Choreographed by Bert French and M. Francis Weldon. Songs include: "New York Life," "The Cafe Boheme," "Cuddle Me Up," etc.
19 Child Buyer, The : "A Play in the Form of Hearings" by Paul Shyre (Adapted from the novel by John Hersey). Various productions (1962 - 68) starring William Windom, Kent Smith, Edward Andrews, Russell Collins, Mercedes McCambridge, Ellen Corby (Most famous as "Grandma" on television's "The Waltons"), Henry Jones, Albert Dekker (Most Famous as "Dr.Cyclops" on film), etc.
19 Child Of Fortune : Book by Guy Bolten (Adapted from "Wings of the Dove" by Henry James). Produced at the Royale Theatre (NYC 1956) starring Edmund Purdom, Betsy Von Furstenberg, Mildred Dunnock, Martyn Green, Pippa Scott, etc. Directed by Jed Harris.
19 Child Of Manhattan : "The Portrait of a Gal" by Preston Sturges. Produced at the George M. Cohan Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Helen Strickland, Reginald Owen, Ralph Sanford, Dorothy Hall, Douglas Dumbrille, etc. Directed by Howard Lindsay (Husband of Dorothy Stickney.).
19 Child Of The State : "Beautiful Drama" by George Hoey. No location or date listed. Starring J.H. Fitzpatrick, H.J. Moroso, Zelma Valdemir, Emma Stokes, etc.
19 Child's Play : Book by Robert Marasco. Various productions (1970 - 73) starring Pat Hingle, Fritz Weaver, Ken Howard (Star of television's "The White Shadow"), David Turner, William Munchow, Bill Morey, Roger Baron, etc. Original 1970 production directed by Joseph Hardy and produced by David Merrick ("The Abominable Showman").
19 Childe Byron : Book by Romulus Linney (Father of actress, Laura Linney). Produced at the Wilma Theatre, Philadelphia (1986) starring Ricki G. Ravitts,David McCann, Kyle Yergensen, Carolyn O' Donnell, Melissa Hill, Michael Oosterom, Kathy Warner and Eric Forsythe. Directed by Jiri Zizka.
19 Children : Book by A. R. Gurney. Produced by TACT/The Actors Company Theatre at the Beckett Theatre (NYC - 2011-12) starring Margaret Nichols, Richard Thieriot, Darrie Lawrence and Lynn Wright. Directed by Scott Alan Evans.
19 Children From Their Games : "The New Comedy" by Irwin Shaw. Produced at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1963) starring Martin Gabel (Husband of Arlene Francis), John McMartin, Brenda Vaccaro, Bernie West, Gene Hackman, Ralph Purdum, Peggy Cass (Regular panelist on the television game show, "To Tell The Truth"), David Doyle (Co-star of television's "Charlie's Angels," etc), Faye Emerson (Wife of Elliott Roosevelt, Skitch Henderson, etc), etc. Directed by Sam Wanamaker. Produced by Roger L. Stevens and Sam Wanamaker.
19 Children Of A Lesser God : Book by Mark Medoff. Various productions (1980-81) starring John Rubenstein (Son of Arthur Rubenstein), Phyllis Frelich, Lewis Merkin, Jo de Winter, Peter Evans, Linda Bove, Lucy Martin, etc. Original 1980 production directed by Gordon Davidson.
19 Children Of Darkness : "A Play in the Picaresque Manner" by Edwin Justus Mayer. Various productions (1930 - c. 1960) starring Basil Sydney, Mary Ellis, Walter Kingsford, Joseph Skinner, Arthur Malet, Tom Noel, Colleen Dewhurst (Wife of George C. Scott. Mother of Campbell Scott.), David Bauer, etc. Original 1930 production directed by Edwin Justus Mayer.
19 Children Of Earth : "A Play of New England" by Alice Brown. Produced at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1915) starring Herbert Kelcey, Olive Wyndham, Kate Jepson, etc. Directed by Winthrop Ames.
19 Children Of Eden : "The Musical Creation" by John Caird. Music and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. Various productions (1997) starring Stephanie Mills, Adrian Zmed, William Solo, Jeff Blameuser, Maryann Lombardi, etc. Songs include: "Let There Be Me," "The Mark of Cain," "In Whatever Time We Have," etc.
19 Children Of The Ghetto : "An Original Drama" by Israel Zangwell. Produced at the Herald Square Theatre (NYC - 1899) starring Wilton Lackaye, Frank Cornell, Emil Hoch, William Norris, etc. Directed by James A. Herne.
19 Children Of The Ladybug : Book by Robert Thom. Produced by the Yale University School of the Fine Arts and the Department of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - No date) starring Robert Barr, Sue Ann Young, Elbert Smith, etc. Directed by James Light.
19 Children Of The Moon : Book by Martin Flavin. Produced at the Comedy Theatre (NYC - 1923) starring Whitford Kane, Harold Winston, Henrietta Crosman, etc. Directed by Louis Calvert and B. Iden Payne.
19 Children Of The Wind : "A Remembrance" by Jerry Devine. Produced by Shepard Traube and Buff Cobb at the Studebaker Theatre (Chicago - 1973) starring James Callahan, Ann Thomas, Sarah Hardy, Barry Goss, etc. Directed by Shepard Traube.
19 Children Of Today : "A Satirical Comedy Drama" by Clara Lipman and Samuel Shipman. Produced at the Shubert Theatre (No location listed - 1913) starring Louis Mann, Margaret Templeton, John Hines, Robert Strange, etc. Directed by Louis Mann, Clara Lipman and Samuel Shipman.
19 Children's Hour, The : Book by Lillian Hellman (Portrayed by Jane Fonda in the 1978 film, "Julia"). Various productions starring Katherine Emery, Connie Nickerson, Ann Revere, Aline McDermott, Elizabeth Seckel, Patricia Neal, Kim Hunter, Iris Mann, Robert Keith (Father of Brian Keith), Barbara Leeds, etc. Original 1935 production directed by Herman Shumlin. 1953 production directed by Lillian Hellman.
19 Children's Mass, The : Book by Frederick Coombs. Produced by Sal Mineo and Robin Archer Moles at the Theatre De Lys (NYC - 1973) starring Courtney Burr, Kipp Osborne, Gary Sandy (Co-star of television's "WKRP in Cincinnati, Donald Warfield, Shelly Bruce ("Annie," etc.), Bruce Howard, Elizabeth Farley, etc. Directed by Richard Altman.
19 Chilperic : "Opera Bouffe" by Herve. Produced at the Globe Theatre (Boston - 1876) starring Emily Soldene, Edward Marshall, J.T. Dalton, etc. "Farewell Benefit for Miss Soldene". Billed with "The Waterman" by Charles Dibden and "Trial by Jury" by Gilbert and Sullivan.
19 Chiltern Hundreds, The : "A New Comedy" by W. Douglas Home. Produced at the Vaudeville Theatre (London - 1948) starring A. E. Matthews, Marjorie Fielding, Diane Hart, etc. Directed by Colin Chandler.
19 Chimes Of Normandy : or "The Haunted Chateau" by Robert Planquette. Various productions (1888 - 1909) starring F.I. Pitkin, Edith Adams, Clara Mead, Belle Mead, Annie Liebsch, Mamie Upton, Ben Lodge, Stella Hale, Carrie Sipher, etc. Songs include: "Legend of the Bells," "Scandal-Mongers," "Tell Me Girls" etc.
19 Chimichangas and Zoloft : Book by Fernanda Coppell. Produced by the Atlantic Theater Company in NYC (No date) starring Zabryna Guevara, Carmen Zilles, Xochitl Romero, Alfredo Narciso and Teddy Canez. Directed by Jaime Castaneda.
19 Chimney-Corner : "Domestic Drama" by H.T. Craven. Produced at the Academy of Music (Brooklyn - 1877) starring Henry Stull, Laura Craig, Jeanie Roberts, James L. Farley, etc. Directed by F.K. Carleton.
19 Chin-Chin : or "The Modern Aladdin" by Anne Caldwell and R. H. Burnside. Music by Ivan Caryll. Lyrics by Anne Caldwell and James O' Dea. Various productions (1915-18) starring David C. Montgomery, Fred A. Stone, Douglas Stevenson, Oscar Ragland, Violet Zell, James Doyle, Harland Dixon, etc. Songs include: "Teddy Bear Dance," "The Chinese Honeymoon," "Temple Bells," etc.
20 China : or "The Relief of the Legations. A "Grand Historical Military Spectacle" by Imre Kiralfy. Produced at the Empress Theatre (London - 1901) starring The Band of the H.M. Grenadier Guards and The Band of Honorary Artillery Company.
20 Chinese And Dr. Fish, The : Book by Murray Schisgal. Two plays produced at the Shubert Theatre (NYC - No date). Directed by Arthur Storch and produced by Gilbert Cates.
20 Chinese Bungalow, The : Book by Marion Osmond and James Corbert. Produced at the State Fair Auditorium (Syracuse, NY ? - 1931) starring Walker Whiteside, Florence Hedges, Donald Wilson, etc. Directed by Frederick Kaufman.
20 Chinese Honeymoon, A : "A Musical Play" by George Dance. Music by Howard Talbot. Lyrics by George Dance. Various productions (1902-04) starring Edward Clark, John E. Henshaw, Edmund Lawrence, Claire Lane, Picton Roxborough, Percy Clifton, Van Rensselaer Wheeler, Adele Ritchie, etc. Songs include: "In Yiang-Yiang," "A Paper Fan," "A Chinese Honeymoon," "Martha Spanks the Grand Planner," etc.
20 Chinese Prime Minister, The : "A New Comedy" by Enid Bagnold. Various productions (1964-65) starring Margaret Leighton, Alan Webb, John Williams (Co-star of "Dial M For Murder," "To Catch a Thief," "Midnight Lace," etc. on film. Co-star of "Family Affair," etc. on television.), Douglas Watson, Peter Donat (Nephew of Robert Donat), James Olson, Joanna Pettet, Roy R. Scheider (Roy Scheider), Tish Sterling (Daughter of Robert Sterling and Ann Sothern), Edith Evans, Brian Aherne (Brother of Patrick Aherne), etc. Original 1964 production directed by Joseph Anthony.
20 Chip O' The Old Block : Produced in Utica, NY (1887) starring Robert L. Scott, Harry Mills, Marguerite Fish, etc.
20 Chips With Everything : Book by Arnold Wesker. Various productions (1963) starring Frank Finlay, Colin Farrell, John Bull, Corin Redgrave (Son of Michael Redgrave), Norman Allen, Gary Bond, Barry Evans, Frank Wylie, etc. Directed by John Dexter.
20 Chispa : "The Comedy Drama" by Clay M. Green and Slason Thompson. Produced in Utica, NY (1887) starring Louise Litta, Barry Adams, Alexander Comstock, etc.
20 Chisholm Trail, The : Produced by the Harvard Dramatic Club at Brattle Hall (Cambridge, MA - No date) and The Fine Arts Theatre (Boston - No date).
20 Chivalry : "A Play of Today" by William Hurlbut. Produced at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1925) starring Joseph Bell, Fan Bourke, Mabel Montgomery, Henry Crosby, Jack Matthews, etc. Directed by James Durkin.
20 Chocolate Dandies, The : "New Musical Comedy" by Noble Sissle and Lew Payton. Music and lyrics by Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake. Produced at the Colonial Theatre (Boston - 1924) starring Eubie Blake, Amanda Randolph (Co-star of television's "Make Room for Daddy," etc), Josephine Baker (Portrayed by Lynn Whitfield in the 1991 televison biopic "The Josephine Baker Story" and by Victoria Gabrielle Platt in the 1998 televison biopic "Winchell".), William Grundy, Noble Sissle, Lew Payton, etc. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Produced by Sissle and Blake. Songs include: "Mammy's Choc' late Cullud Chile," "Bandanaland," "Dixie Moon," "Land of Dancing Pickaninnies," "I'll Find My Love in Dixie," etc.
20 Chocolate Soldier, The : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection - See "Opera and Operetta Programs".
20 Choephori And Eumenides : Tragedies by Aeschylus (translated by J. Gryparis). Produced by the Greek Tragedy Theatre at the City Center of Music and Drama (NYC - 1961) starring D. Veakis, k. Pappa, A. Xenakis, etc. Directed by F. Rondiris.
20 Choice, The : Book by Alfred Sutro. Produced at Wyndham's Theatre (London - 1919) starring Gerald du Maurier, Leon Quartermaine, Gilbert Hare, Feliz Seel, etc. Produced under the management of Frank Curzon and Gerald du Maurier.
20 Chorus Lady, The : "A Comedy" by James Forbes. Various productions (1908-11) starring Rose Stahl, Isabel Goodwin, Frank Green, Edna Aug, Robert S. Gill, Kirk Alyn (Most famous as "Superman" in the film serial of the 1940s. Husband of Virginia O' Brien), etc.
20 Chorus Line, A (3 Folders) : Book by James Kirkwood. Music by Marvin Hamlisch. Lyrics by Edward Kleban. Various productions (1975 - 2011) starring Donna McKecknie, Scott Allen, Wayne Cilento, Priscilla Lopez, Tim Cassidy, John Mineo, Scott Pearson, Barry Weiss, Cynthia Fleming, Glenn Turner, Debbie Birch, Keith England, Scott Allen, Pamela Blair, Larry Blum, John Fogarty, Pamela Sousa, Rhylyn Juliano, Netanel Bellaishe, Carleigh Bettiol, Eric Carsia, Erica Cenci, Justin Clynes, Matthew Couvillon, Seth Danner, Willie Dee, Gaspare Diblasi, Gina Ducci, Suzanne Dupree, Paul Flanagan, Julia Freyer, David Glenwright, David Grindrod, Cassandra Hlong, Ashley Klinger, Eric Mann, Nick Nerio, Emily Rice, Megan Wean, Ryan Steer, Jessi Trauth, Hardy Weaver, Karley Willocks, Buddy Balou, Gregory Brock, Pam Cecil, Drew Geraci, Brian Kelly, Reggie Mack, Tim Millett, Bebe Neuwirth, Peggy Parten, Rita Rehn, James Warren, Matt West, Lilly-Lee Wong, etc. Original production conceived, choreographed and directed by Michael Bennett and produced at the New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theatre by Joseph Papp. Co-choreographer - Bob Avian. Songs include: "One," "I Hope I Get It," "At the Ballet," "Dance: Ten, Looks: Three," "What I Did For Love," etc.
20 Chorus of Disapproval, A : "New Play" by Alan Ayckbourn. Produced at the National Theatre, London (1985) starring Bob Peck, Michael Gambon, Imelda Staunton, Jenny Galloway, Paul Todd, Gemma Craven, Kelly Hunter, Mary Chester, etc. Directed by Alan Ayckbourn.
20 Chosen, The : Book by Chaim Potok (Adapted by Aaron Posner and Chaim Potok). Produced at the Paper Mill State Theatre (Millburn, NJ - 2004) starring Theodore Bikel, Mitchell Greenberg, Richard Topol, etc. Directed by David Ellenstein.
20 Chow Chow : or "A Tale of Pekin" by James Barnes. Produced at Wood's Museum (NYC - 1872) starring Lisa Weber, Pauline Markham, Belle Howitt, Emma Grattan, George Atkins, etc. Directed by James Barnes.
20 Chris And Lena : "Original Musical Comedy" by Pete Baker. Produced at Jacobs and Proctor's Opera House (Utica, NY - 1888) starring Pete Baker ("The German Comedian and Vocalist"), William E. Hines, James Flynn, etc. Songs include: "I'm Sorry You're Going Away," "Muldoon Guards," "The Brave Fireman," etc.
20 Christian, The : "Powerful Play" by Hall Caine. Various productions (c. 1899) starring Viola Allen, John Mason, Stanton Elliot, Helen Ford, Clara Blandick (Most famous as "Aunt Em" in the film, "The Wizard of Oz"), Byron Douglas, etc.
20 Christmas Back In King Street : Book by Julian Slade, James Cairncross and Dorothy Reynolds. Produced at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre Royal (No date) starring Marcia King, James Cossins, June Barrie, etc. Directed by David Phethean. Choreographed by Lynn Britt. Songs include: "The Siddons Minuet," "The Park Street Polka," "Shopping in Bedminster," etc.
20 Christmas Carol, A (Adapted by B. Field) : Book by Charles Dickens (Adapted by Barbara Field). Music by Hiram Titus. Produced at the Goodman Theatre (The Art Institute of Chicago - 1978) starring Val Bettin, Susan Dafoe, William J. Norris, Frank Howard, Michael Dunn, Philip Hoffman, etc. Directed by Tony Mockus. Choreographed by Gus Giordana.
20 Christmas Carol, A (Adapted by A. Gray) : Book by Charles Dickens (Adapted by Amlin Gray). Music by Mark Van Hecke. Produced by the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre at the Pabst Theatre (1985) starring Daniel Mooney, Tom Blair, Micki Kim, etc. Directed by Richard E. T. White. Choreographed by Pam Kriger.
20 Christmas Carol, A (Adapted by R.McGill) : Book by Charles Dickens (adapted by Robert Emmett McGill). Produced at the Bonstelle Theatre (Wayne State University - Detroit, MI - No date)
20 Christmas Carol, A (Adapted by N. Jackson) : Book by Charles Dickens (Adapted by Nagle Jackson). Produced by the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre at the Pabst Theatre (1983) starring Brendon Burke, Rex Rabold, Daniel Mooney, Joel Lange, etc. Directed by Nick Faust.
20 Christmas Carol, A (Adapted by F. Speaight) : Book by Charles Dickens (Adapted by Frank Speaight). Produced as a recital by the Philadelphia Forum at The Academy of Music (No date) starring Frank Speaight ("The World's Greatest Dickens Actor").
20 Christmas Carol, A (Adapted by P. Stewart) : Book by Charles Dickens (Adapted by Patrick Stewart). Produced at various theatres (1992-94) starring Patrick Stewart (Star of television's "Star Trek - The Next Generation," etc.) in a one-man show. Staged by Patrick Stewart.
20 Christmas Carol, A (Adapted by A. Walsh) : Book by Charles Dickens (Adapted by Addie Walsh). Music by Terrence Sherman. Produced by The Loretto-Hilton Repertory Theatre (St. Louis - 1979) starring Robert Spencer, Keith Jochim, Eric Brooks, Susan Cash, etc. Directed by Michael P. Pitek III. "Fezziwig choreography" by Sarah Barker.
20 Christmas Greetings : "Special Holiday Performance of an Old-Timer Reproduced and Presented" by Ferdinand W. Peck, Jr. Produced at Hooley's Opera House (Chicago - No date).
20 Christmas In King Street : See "Christmas Back in King Street".
20 Christmas Story, A : Play by Philip Grecian (Based upon A CHRISTMAS STORY - 1983 Turner Entertainment Company written by Jean Shepherd, Leigh Brown, Bob Clark and IN GOD WE TRUST, ALL OTHERS PAY CASH by Jean Shepherd). Produced at the Ocala (Florida) Civic Theatre (November 2012) starring Laura Bradford, Jeff Cole, Patti Cole, Jordan Davidsen, Jonathan Leppert, Zachary Player, Gary Alberto Rangel, Patrick J. Stanley, John Paul Strother, Jaden Tripodi and Dominique Yarbrough. Directed by Chris Jorie.
20 Christmas Tapestry, A : Book by Anton Chekhov. Adapted and directed by Jan Eliasberg. Original music by James Mobberly. Produced by the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis (1982) starring Skip Foster, Jeff Ginsberg, Bradley Mott, Jim Reardon and Richard Wharton.
20 Christophe Columb : Book by Paul Claudel (of the Academis Francaise). Music by Darius Milhaud. Produced by Sol Hurok at the Winter Garden Theatre (NYC - 1957) starring Madeleine Renaud, Jean -Louis Barrault, Pierre Bertin, Jean Desailly, etc. Directed by Jean-Louis Barrault.
20 Christopher Blake : "A New Play" by Moss Hart (Portrayed by George Hamilton in the 1963 biopic, "Act One"). Produced at the Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1947) starring Shepperd Strudwick, Martha Sleeper, Richard Tyler, Frank M. Thomas, etc. Directed by Moss Hart.
20 Christopher C. : Book by Michel de Ghelderode. Produced by the Goodman Theatre at the Art Institute of Chicago (1963) starring David Hurst, Bob Feingold, Roy Clary, etc. Directed by John Reich. Preceded by "The Lesson" by Eugene Ionesco starring Martha Galphin, Maudi Littel and Orest Kinasewich. Directed by Joseph Slowik.
20 Christopher, Jr. : "An Original Comedy" by Madeleine Lucette Ryley. Produced by the New York Players at the Worcester Theatre (MA - 1903) starring Clarence Handyside, Ida Lewis, Edmund Breese, Louise Kelso, Clara Blandick (Most famous as "Aunt Em" in the film, "The Wizard of Oz"), Robert McKay, Walter Hitchcock, etc. Directed by Frank E. Lamb.
20 Christopher Rand : Book by Eleanor Robson Belmont and Harriet Ford. Produced by Leslie Buswell at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1929) starring Walter Abel, Maidel Turner, St. Clair Bayfield, Dorothy Paule, Eden Gray, etc. Directed by Vladimir Rosing.
20 Chu Chin Chow : "A Musical Tale of the East Told by Oscar Asche and Set to Music by Frederic Norton". Various productions (1917-68) starring Tyrone Power, Albert Moore, Florence Reed, Oscar Ashe, Frank Cochrane, Courtice Pounds, Lionel Braham, Thoral Lake, Neal Lake, Fred Martin, Hubert Carter, etc.
20 Church Mouse, A : Book by Ladislaus Fodor. Produced at The Playhouse (NYC - 1931) starring Ruth Gordon (Wife of Garson Kanin), Wallace Erskine, Charles Abbe, Charles Campbell, Bert Lytell, Louise Kirtland and John Gray. Directed by Melville Burke.
20 Church Street : Book by Lennox Robinson. Produced at the New Stage Theatre (NYC - 1948) as "An Evening of Two Plays" starring Dorothy Patten, Earl Hammond, Florida Friebus (Co-star of television's "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis," The Bob Newhart Show," etc.), Eugene Paul, Sarah Cunningham, etc. Directed by John O' Shaughnessy. Billed with "The Respectful Prostitute" by Jean-Paul Sartre.
20 Chutzpah : "The True Story of a Most Unusual American Community" by Pauline Pfandler. Produced at various theatres (San Francisco and Santa Rosa - No date). Directed by Pauline Pfandler.
20 Cid, Le : Book by Corneille. Produced at the Theatre National de L' Odeon (Paris - 1933).
20 Cigale, La : Produced at the Park Theatre (Boston - 1879) starring Lotta Crabtree (Portrayed by Mitzi Gaynor in the 1951 biopic, "Golden Girl"), J.J. Sullivan, Ed Marble, Fred Percy, Agnes Proctor, etc.
20 Cinderella (By Rodgers and Hammerstein) : Original book by Oscar Hammerstein II (Book adapted by Steve Allen - Adapted for the stage by Robert Johanson). Music by Richard Rodgers (Portrayed by Tom Drake in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Various productions (1961-2005) starring Jimmy Edwards, John Heal, Arthur Howard, Ted Durantte, Sally Ann Howes, Jean Stapleton, Jane Powell, George S. Irving, Eartha Kitt, Paolo Montalban, Jamie - Lynn Sigler (Co-star of television's "The Sopranos,"etc), Jen Cody, Joy Fanz, Larry Keith, etc. Songs include: "A Very Special Day," "In My Own Little Corner," "Ten Minutes Ago," etc.
20 Cinderella (Various adaptations) : Various productions and adaptations (1832 - 1982) starring Elsie Dewees Dunn, Miriam Virginia Cooke, Jefferson Hamer Clarke, Jr., Cora B. Buscher, Des O' Connor, Paul Nicholasa, John Junkin, Anna Neagle, Marietta Grandin, Dolly Williams, K. Blanchard, Sadie Belton, Ella Kirtland, Ronnie Stevens, David Kernan, Jane Wenham, Julia Lewis, etc.
20 Cinderella At School : or "A Second Evangeline". Produced at various theatres (1881) starring James Lewis, Digby Bell, Laura Joyce, May Fielding, N.C. Goodwin, Jr., Catherine Lewis, etc.
20 Cinderella Man, The : Book by Edward Childs Carpenter. Produced at various theatres (1916-18) starring Berton Churchill, Charles Lane, Theodore Babcock, Frank Bacon, Edmund Carroll, Molly Fisher, Harold Salter, Frank Wilcox,
20 Cinderella On Broadway : "A Fantasy of the Great White Way" (The New York Winter Garden's Annual Revue) by Harold Atteridge. Music by Bert Grant. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Incidental music by Al Goodman. Produced at the Shubert-Jefferson Theatre (St. Louis - 1921) starring Al Sexton, Flo Burt, Timothy Daly, Vivien Oakland, Al Brendel, etc. Directed by J.J. Shubert. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster. Songs include: "The Labor Agitator". "Theda Bara," "Rock Me in Your Loving Arms," "I Have Somebody's Heart," etc.
20 Cinderella's Sin : Book by Edwin Milton Royle. Produced in 1919 (No location listed) starring William Boyd, Edwin Milton Royle, Selona Royle, Josephine Royle, Dorothy Fitch, Thomas Emory, etc.
20 Cindy : "A Musical Fantasy" by Joe Sauter and Mike Sawyer. Music and lyrics by Johnny Brandon. Produced at the Gate Theatre (NYC - 1964) starring Sylvia Mann, Johnny Harmon, Dena Dietrich, Joseph Masiell, Jacqueline Mayro, etc. Directed and choreographed by Marvin Gordon. Songs include: "Let's Pretend," "Think Mink," "Got the World in the Palm of My Hand," etc.
20 Cingalee, The : Book by James Tanner. Music by Lionel Monckton. Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank. Various productions (1904-05) starring Martha Carine, Genevieve Finlay, Blanche Deyo, Haigh Jackson, W. S. Percy, etc.
20 Circle, The : Book by W. Somerset Maugham. Various productions (1921-90) starring Rex Harrison, Glynis Johns, Stewart Granger, Roma Downey, Tallulah Bankhead, Grace George, Bramwell Fletcher (Most famous as the co-star of the original film, "The Mummy" starring Boris Karloff.), Albert Hayes, Florence Reed, Wilton Graff, Googie Withers, John McCallum, Christopher Gable, Allan Aynesworth, Ernest Thesiger (Most famous as "Dr. Pretorius "in "The Bride of Fankenstein"), Fay Compton, Norman Hackett, Charlotte Walker, Wilton Lackaye, Robert Rendel, Estelle Winwood, Ernest Lawford, John Drew, Leslie Carter ("The American Sarah Bernhardt"), etc.
20 Circle Of Chalk, The : "A Chinese Fantasy" adapted by Klabund (Translated into English by James Laver). Various productions (1943-45) starring Charles Colman, Priscilla Draghi, Esther Nighbert, Frank Bevan, James A. Whitmore, Jr., etc.
20 Circumstancial Evidence : "A One Act Burletta" produced at the La Salle Theatre (No specific location listed - 1913) starring Violet Pearl, Billy Meehan, Ida Howard, Norman Taylor, Frank Martin, etc.
20 Circus Girl, The : Book by James T. Tanner and W. Palings. Music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton. Lyrics by Harry Greenback and Adrian Ross. Various productions (1897-1909) starring James Powers, Eric Scott, Hobart Bosworth, Virginia Earl, Donald Meek, Wilfred Young, etc. Songs include: "The Greatest Show on Earth," "The Master of the Ring," "The Galloping Girl," etc.
20 Circus Man, The : Produced in Fall River (MA - No date) starring Maclyn Arbuckle, Frank J. Currier, Frank Craven (Most famous as the "Stage Manager" in the original "Our Town" on stage and film.), etc.
20 Circus Princess, The : "Book and lyrics from the Original of Julius Brammer and Alfred Grunwald" by Harry B. Smith. Music by Emmerich Kalman. Produced at the Winter Garden Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring Starr Jones, Herbert Lyle, Harry Shackelford, Frank Horn, Gloria Foy, Poodles Hanneford and Family, etc. Directed by M.H.Varnel. Choreographed by Foster. Songs include: "Dear Eyes That Haunt Me," "Same Old Love Songs," "But Who Cares," etc.
20 Cities In Bezique : "Two Journeys of the Mind in the Form of Theater Pieces" ("The Owl Answers" and "A Beast's Story") by Adrienne Kennedy. Music by John Morris. Produced by the New York Shakespeare Festival and Joe Papp at the Public Theatre (NYC - 1969) starring Joan Harris, Moses Gunn, Paul Benjamin, Tony Thomas, Amanda Ambrose, etc. Directed by Gerald Freedman.
20 Citta Morta, La : "A Modern Tragedy in Five Acts" by Gabriele D' Annunzio. Produced in Boston (No date) starring Carlo Rosaspina, Dante Capelli, Eleonora Duse, etc.
20 City, The : "The Last and Greatest Success" by Clyde Fitch. Various productions (1909-13) starring Hugo B. Koch, Marie Dunkie, Daniel Fager, Tully Marshall, Carson Davenport, A.H. Stuart, Walter Hampden, Lucile Watson, Mary Nash, etc.
20 City Directory, The : "Musical Absurdity... Constructed for Laughing Purposes Only" by Paul M. Potter. Music by W.S. Mullally. Produced by "Russell's Company of Comedians" at various theatres (1889-90) starring Charlie Reed, John Jennings, Ignacio Martinetti, May Irwin (Performed the first onscreen kiss in movie history with John C. Rice in the 1896 film "The Kiss"), Maud Wilson, Amelia Glover, etc.
20 City Haul : Book by Elizabeth Miele. Produced by Gil Boag at the Hudson Theatre (NYC - 1930) starring Herbert Rawlinson, Lynn Root, Lawrence Bolton, William Gargan, Buddy Shubert, etc. Directed by Harry Wagstaff Gribble.
20 City Is Haunted, The : Book by John Kneubuhl. Produced by the Honolulu Community Theatre at Farrington Hall (1947) starring Dorothy Blake, Norman Wright, Lydia Wright, Masayuki Matsunaga, Hirotoshi Yamamoto, Walter Jensen, etc. Directed by Elray Fulmer and John Kneubuhl.
20 City Of Angels : Book by Larry Gelbart. Music by Cy Coleman. Lyrics by David Zippel. Produced at various theatres (1982-2010) starring James Naughton, Gregg Edelman, Randy Graff, Dee Hoty, Kay McCelland, Rachel York, James Cahill, Shawn Elliott, Rene Auberjonois, Tom Wopat, Michael Rupert, Charles Levin, Barry Williams (Co-star of television's "The Brady Bunch"), Jordan Leeds, Jeffrey Rockwell, Thaddeus Pearson, Katrina Asmar, Danielle Porcellini, Kaitlin Lawrence, etc. Directed by Michael Blakemore. Choreographed by Walter Painter. Songs include: "You're Nothing Without Me', "With Every Breath I Take," "All You Have to Do is Wait," etc.
20 City Scene : Book and lyrics by Frank Gagliano. Music by Mildred Kayden. Produced at the Fortune Theatre (NYC - c.1969) starring Lenny Baker, Dominic Chianese (Co-star of television's "The Sopranos"), Raul Julia, Terry Kiser (Portrayed "Bernie" in the film "Weekend at Bernie's"), Lynn Milgram and Fran Stevens. Directed by Neil Israel. Songs include: "The Beat of the City," "The Incinerator Hour," "Bodoni County," etc.
20 City Sketches : Book by David Mamet. Produced by The Piven Theatre Workshop and Yale Wexler Productions (Evanston, Illinois - 1985) starring Byrne Piven (Father of Jeremy Piven), Dick Cusack, Shira Piven (Sister of Jeremy Piven), Mary Ann Thebus, Bernard Beck, etc. Directed by Byrne Piven. Billed with "The Sanctity of Marriage" and "Duck Variations" by David Mamet.
20 Civil War, The : "A Musical Event" with book and music by Frank Wildhorn. Produced by NETworks at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts (Ft. Lauderdale, FL - 2001) starring Larry Gatlin (Of the country singing group, "The Gatlin Brothers"), Frank Wildhorn, Gregory Boyd, Jack Murphy, Michael Lanning, etc. Directed by Stephen Rayne. Choreographed by Peter Pucci and Ken Robertson. Songs include: "Brother, My Brother," "Judgement Day," "Last Waltz for Dixie," etc.
20 Civilian Clothes : Book by Thompson Buchanan. Various productions (1920-21) starring William Courtenay, Raymond Walburn, John M. Sullivan, William Holden (Not the Oscar winning actor), Ted Gibson, Raymond Bramley, Florence Eldridge (Wife of Fredric March), etc.
20 Claire De Lune : Book by Michael Strange. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1921) starring Ethel Barrymore, John Barrymore, Violet Kemble Cooper, Henry Daniell, Dennis King, Guy Standing, Jr., etc. Directed by E. Lyall Swete.
20 Claire : Book by Richard Dok (adapted from the German by Clara Morris). Produced at the Opera House (Cleveland, Ohio - 1893) starring Clara Morris, John Glendinning, Edwin H. Price, William Spencer, Katherine Mars, etc.
20 Clandestine Marriage, The : "A Comedy" by George Colman and David Garrick. Various productions (1810 - 1990) starring Cyril Maude, Allen Aynesworth, Jessie Bateman, Sarah Badel, Margaret Rutherford (Most famous as "Miss Marple" in the film series), Alastair Sim (Most famous as "Ebenezer Scrooge" in the 1951 film version of "A Christmas Carol"), John Standing, David Duke, Leonard Rossiter (Star of television's "The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin"), Peter Jeffrey, Stuart Vaughan, Roy Poole, Sada Thompson (Star of television's "Family"), Jerry Stiller (Of the comedy team, "Stiller and Meara". Husband of Anne Meara. Father of Ben Stiller.), Mark Tandy, David Acton, Roy Kinnear, Anthony Quayle, Joyce Redamn, Belinda Lang, Peter Kosta, Reggie Oliver, etc.
20 Clandestine On The Morning Line : Book by Josh Greenfeld. Incidental music composed and recorded by Charlie Byrd. Produced by The Arena Stage Acting Company at the Arena Stage (Washington, DC - 1959) starring Marion Morris, Harry Bergman, Philip Bosco, etc. Directed by Alan Schneider.
20 Clansman, The : "An American Play" by Thomas Dixon, Jr. Produced at the Liberty Theatre (NYC - 1906) starring Holbrook Blinn, Samuel Hyams, J. E. Miller, Joseph Wheelock, Sr., Frances Shannon, Fred Kley, etc. Directed by Frank Hatch.
20 Clara's Play : Book by John Olive. Produced at the Victory Gardens Theatre (Chicago - 1982) starring Richard Lavin, Carmen Decker, Raoul Johnson and Tim Halligan. Directed by Dennis Zacek.
21 Clarence : Book by Booth Tarkington. Various productions (1919-60) starring Frank Wilcox, Hal Brown, Mary Boland, Alfred Lunt, Clara Blandick (Most famous as "Aunt Em" in the film "The Wizard of Oz"), Byron Beasley, Ruth Gordon (Wife of Garson Kanin), Elsie Mackay, William T. Tilden, II, (Tennis champion), Peggy Smith, Paul C. Lamb, Edward Everett Horton, Marjorie Lord (Co-star of television's "Make Room for Daddy". Mothe of Anne Archer.), Richard Skinner, etc.
21 Clarence Darrow : Book by David W. Rintels (Based on "Clarence Darrow for the Defense" by Irving Stone). Original production (1974) starring Henry Fonda (One-man show). 1983 production starring James J. Lawless. 1993 production starring Mike Farrell (Co-star of television's "M.A.S.H."). Original 1974 production directed by John Houseman.
21 Clari : or "The Maid of Milan" by John Howard Payne. Various productions (1820-1930).
21 Clarice : Produced by Charles Frohman at the New National Theatre (Washington, DC - 1907) starring William Gillette, Judith Clancy, Lucille La Verne, Marie Doro, Frank Burbeck, etc.
21 Clash By Night : "A New Play" by Clifford Odets. Produced by Billy Rose (Portrayed by James Caan in the 1975 biopic, "Funny Lady") at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1942) starring Tallulah Bankhead, Joseph Schildkraut, Lee J. Cobb, Katherine Locke, Robert Ryan, Art Smith, William Nunn, etc. Directed by Lee Strasberg.
21 Classmates : "An American Play" by William C. de Mille (Brother of Cecil B. DeMille. Father of Agnes de Mille.) and Margaret Turnbull. Produced at the Hudson Theatre (NYC - 1907) starring Robert Edeson, Frank McIntyre, Sydney Ainesworth, Wallace Eddinger, etc.
21 Claudia : Book by Rose Franken. Various productions (1941-53) starring Dorothy McGuire, Frances Starr, Donald Cook, John Williams (Co-Star of "Dial M for Murder," "To Catch a Thief," "Midnight Lace," etc. on film. Co-star of "Family Affair," etc.on television.) Shirley Bryan, Phyllis Thaxter (Mother of Skye Aubrey), Reed Brown, Lila Lee, Elaine Ellis, etc. Original 1941 production directed by Rose Franken.
21 Clean Hands : Book by Ian Hay. Produced at the Copley Theatre (Boston - 1927) starring E.E. Clive, Gaby Fay, Martin Walker, David Clyde, Norman Cannon, etc.
21 Clear All Wires : "A New Play" by Bella and Samuel Spewack. Produced at the Times Square Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Thomas Mitchell, Ludmilla Toretzka, Anna Ouzoroff, Harry Tylker, Dorothy Mathews, etc. Directed by Herman Shumlin.
21 Clearing In The Woods, A : Book by Arthur Laurents. Various productions ( 1957 - 63) starring Kim Stanley, Onslow Stevens, Joan Lorring, Pernell Roberts (Co-star of television's "Bonanza"), Robert Culp (Co-star of television's "I Spy"), Kathryn Fuller, Mary Long, Mark Fuller, etc. Original 1957 production directed by Joseph Anthony.
21 Cleavage : "A New Musical... close to where the heart is" by Buddy and David Sheffield. Music and lyrics by Buddy Sheffield. Produced at the Playhouse Theatre (NYC - 1982) starring Dick Sheffield, Daniel David, Tom Elias, Mark Fite, etc. Directed by Rita Baker. Choreographed by Alton Geno. Songs include: "Puberty," "Lead Me Around by the Nose," "Living in Sin," etc.
21 Clemenceau Case, The : Book by Dumas and D' Arotis (Adapted by William Fleron). Various productions (1891) starring Albert Bruning, Max Rosenberg, Lillie Eldridge, Emma Bell, Elisabeth Post, Harriet Ford, Sybil Johnstone, etc.
21 Cleopatra : Book by Victorien Sardou and Emile Moreau. Various productions (1891-1902) starring Sarah Bernhardt, Byron Douglas, Charles Allen, Marie Boland, Fanny Davenport, etc.
21 Clerambard : "A New Comedy" by Marcel Ayme (Adapted by Norman Denny and Alvin Sapinsley). Various productions (1957-66) starring Claude Dauphin, Edith Atwater, Ruth McDevitt, Gordon Peters, Tammy Grimes, Don Thomas, Carol Perley, etc. Original 1957 production directed by Ira Cirker.
21 Clever Ones, The : "Brilliant Comedy" by Alfred Sutro. Various productions (1915-23) starring Charles Hopkins, Edward Emery, Charles Hampden, Katherine Standing, Alan Mowbray, E.E. Clive, etc.
21 Climate Of Eden, The : "A New Play" by Moss Hart (Based on Edgar Mittelholzer's Novel "Shadows Move Among Them"). Produced by Joseph M. Hyman and Bernard Hart at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1952) starring John Cromwell (Father of James Cromwell), Isobel Elsom, Rosemary Harris, Lee Montague, Ray Stricklyn, etc. Directed by Moss Hart (Portrayed by George Hamilton in the 1963 biopic, "Act One". Husband of Kitty Carlisle.).
21 Climax, The : Book by Edward Locke. Incidental Music by Joseph Carl Breil. Various productions (1909-19) starring Howard Lange, Carney Christie, Albert Bruning, Eleanor Painter, etc.
21 Climbers, The : Book by Clyde Fitch. Various productions (1904-20) starring Thomas H. Ince, Mabel Montgomery, Vaughan Glaser, Lewis Stone (Most famous as "Judge Hardy" in the "Andy Hardy" film series), Carlton L. Hommel, J. Wesley Smith, Janet Cook, Helen Granger, Lillian Paige, Margaret Wycherly (Most famous for portraying mother-roles in film such as ""Sergeant York," White Heat," etc.), Frank Worthing, etc.
21 Clinging Vine, The : "The Season's Most Satisfying Musical Play" with book and lyrics by Zelda Sears. Music by Harold Levey. Produced at various theatres (1923) starring Peggy Wood (Star of television's "I Remember Mama". Co -star of "The Sound of Music" on film.), Roy Marvin, Eleanor Edson, Louis Sears, Raymond Crane, etc. Directed by Ira Hards.Choreographed by Julian Alfred. Songs include: "A Little Bit of Paint," "The Clinging Vine," "Song Without Words," etc.
21 Clio : "Romantic Spectacular Drama" by Bartley Campbell. Produced in Utica, NY (1887) starring Adele Cornalba, John L. Burleigh, John Marshall, William MaCready, Belle Baron, etc.
21 Clito : "The Original Tragedy in Five Acts" by Sydney Grundy and Wilson Barrett. Produced at the Columbia Theatre (Chicago - 1887) starring Wilson Barrett, Lila Garth, Lily Belmore, Alice Belmore, etc. Directed by Wilson Barrett.
21 Cloister, The : Book by Emile Verhaeren. Produced by The Theatre Guild (1921) starring Erskine Sanford, Brandon Peters, Henry Travers (Most famous as "Clarence the Angel" in the film, "It's A Wonderful Life"), Albert Perry, etc. Directed by Emanuel Reicher.
21 Close Quarters (By G. Lennox) : Book by Gilbert Lennox (Adapted by W. O. Somin from the play "Attentat"). Various productions (1935-39) starring Flora Robson, Oscar Homolka, Elena Miramova and Leo Chalzel.
21 Close Quarters (By A.E. Thomas) : "A Modern Play" by A.E. Thomas (Based on the Famous French Classic, "Le Demi-Monde" by Alexandre Dumas). Produced at the Broad Street Theatre (Philadelphia - 1926) starring Elsie Ferguson, Margaret Lawrence, Wallace Eddinger, Bruce McRae, etc. Directed by George C. Tyler.
21 Closer : Book by Patrick Marber. Produced at the Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1999) starring Natasha Richardson (Daughter of Tony Richardson and Vanessa Redgrave), Rupert Graves, Anna Friel and Ciaran Hinds. Directed by Patrick Marber.
21 Closer Than Ever : "The New Musical Revue With A Heart" conceived by Steven Scott Smith. Lyrics by Richard Maltby, Jr. Music by David Shire. Various productions (1989) starring Brent Barrett, Sally Mayes, Richard Muenz, Lynne Wintersteller, Velina Brown, Anna Marie Gutierrez, Ron Pickett, etc. Original NYC production directed by Richard Maltby, Jr. and choreographed by Marcia Milgrom Dodge. Songs include: "The Sound of Muzak," "Another Wedding Song," "The March of Time," etc.
21 Closing Door, The : Book by Alexander Knox (Most famous for portraying "Woodrow Wilson" in the 1944 biopic, "Wilson"). Produced at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1949) starring Alexander Knox, Doris Nolan, Jo Van Fleet, Richard Boone (Star of television's "Have Gun, Will Travel"), Ronald Alexander, Lonny Chapman (Founder of the Lonny Chapman Group Repertory Theatre in Burbank, CA), Martin Balsam, Richard Derr etc. Directed by Lee Strasberg.
21 Clothes For A Summer Hotel : Book by Tennessee Williams. Produced at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (Washington DC - 1980) starring Geraldine Page, Kenneth Haigh, David Canary (Co-star of television's "Bonanza," "All My Children," etc. Great-great nephew of "Calamity Jane" - Martha Jane Canary.), Michael Connolly, etc. Directed by Jose Quintero.
21 Cloud Mountain : Book by Arthur Kelley. Produced by the Yale University Division of Fine Arts and The Department of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1952) starring Mimi Bowen, Grant Kilpatrick, Paul Lukather, Marion Herrod, etc. Directed by Frank McMullan.
21 Cloud 9 : "A New Play" by Caryl Churchill. Various productions (c.1983) starring Jeffrey Jones, Zeljko Ivanek, Concetta Tomei, Joan Allen, Laurie Metcalf, Stephen Smith, Tim Hopper, etc. Original NYC production directed by Tommy Tune.
21 Cloud 7 : "A New Comedy" by Max Wilk. Various productions (1958-59) starring Ralph Meeker, Martha Scott, John McGiver, Anne Helm, Frank Janson, Kay Diem, etc.
21 Clouds, The : Book by Aristophanes. Produced by the London Small Theatre Company at the Shaw Theatre (London - c.1987) starring Jonathan Williams, Nicholas Smith, Rachel Spriggs, etc. Directed by Fiona Laird.
21 Cloudy With Showers : Book by Floyd Dell and Thomas Mitchell. Produced by Patterson McNutt at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Thomas Mitchell, Viola Ilma, Victor Kilian ("The Fernwood Flasher" on television's "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman"), Patterson McNutt, etc. Directed by Thomas Mitchell.
21 Club, The : "A Musical Diversion" with book and lyrics by Eve Merriam. Music by Alexandra Ivanoff. Various productions (1980-81) starring M. Dell, G. Hodes, A. Allgood, K. Wells, Mary Cobb, Tracy Friedman, etc. Original; NYC production directed by Tommy Tune. Songs include (All the music in "The Club" is from the period 1894-1905): "The Juice of the Grape," "A Good Cigar," "New Shoes," "Dreams of A Rarebit Fiend," etc.
21 Clutching Claw, The : "A Mystery Comedy" by Ralph Thomas Kettering. Produced at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse - 1928) starring Frank Wilcox, Clay Cody, Hal Brown, Josephine Fox, etc. Directed by Albert Mack.
21 Clutterbuck : "A New Comedy" by Benn W. Levy. Various productions (1949-51) starring Arthur Margetson, Tom Hellmore, Ruth Ford, Claire Carleton, Ruth Matteson, Arthur Treacher, Peter Hobbs, Nita Talbot, etc. Original 1949 production directed by Norris Houghton and produced by Irving L. Jacobs in association with David Merrick.
21 Clybourne Park : Book by Bruce Norris. Produced by The Playwrights Horizons at the Walter Kerr Theatre in NYC (July 2012) starring Crystal A. Dickinson, Brenden Griffin, Damon Gupton, Christina Kirk, Annie Parisse, Jeremy Shamos and Frank Wood. Directed by Pam MacKinnon.
21 Co-Optimists, The : "A Pierrotic Entertainment" devised and edited by Davy Burnaby and Archibald de Bear. Music by Melville Gideon. Produced at His Majesty's Theatre (London - No date) starring Mary Leigh, Doris Bentley, Stanley Holloway ("My Fair Lady," etc.on film), Gilbert Childs, Davy Burnaby, etc. Directed by Stanley Brightman. Choreographed by J.W. Jackson.
21 Co-Respondent, The : Book by Alice Leal Pollock and Rita Weiman. Produced at the Booth Theatre (NYC -1916) starring Irene Fenwick, Harrison Hunter, Harry Hadfield, Louis Hartman, etc. Directed by J.C. Huffman.
21 Coach With The Six Insides, The : Book by Jean Erdman (A comedy inspired by James Joyce's "Finnegan's Wake"). Music by Teiji Ito. Produced at various theatres (c.1967) starring Jena Erdman, Leonard Frey, Van Dexter, Sheila Roy and Anita Dangler. Directed by Jean Erdman.
21 Coal Oil Jennie : Book by Frank Craven. Produced at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1926) starring Blyth Daly, Maude Granger, John Ravold, Leo Donnelly, etc. Directed by Frank Craven (Most famous as the "Stage Manager" in the original "Our Town" on stage and film).
21 Coast Of Bohemia, The : Filed with Shakespeare Collection - see "Shakespeare Theatrical Tributes".
21 Coast Of Utopia, The : "A Trilogy (Voyage - Shipwreck - Salvage)" by Tom Stoppard. Produced by the Lincoln Center Theater at the Vivian Beaumont Theatre (NYC - 2007) starring Billy Crudup, Richard Easton, Josh Hamilton, Ethan Hawke, Amy Irving, Martha Plimpton (Daughter of Keith Carradine and Shelley Plimpton), David Cromwell, David Manis, David Pittu, Evan Daves, etc. Directed by Jack O' Brien.
21 Coastwise Annie : Book by H.A. Archibald and Donn Mullally. Produced at the Belmont Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Shirley Booth, Richard Stevenson, Charles Gibney, Priscilla Knowles, etc. Directed by Donn Mullally.
21 Coat, The : Book by Athol Fugard. Produced by The University of the Witwatersrand School of the Dramatic Art - Performing Arts Administration, Johannesburg, South Africa (The WITS Theatre - 1990) starring George Modise, Macks Papo, Daniel Moleko, etc. Directed by Maishe Maponya.
21 Cobra : "The Dramatic Sensation" by Martin Brown. Various productions (1924-26) starring Dorothy Peterson, Louis Calhern, Ralph Morgan (Brother of Frank Morgan), Judith Anderson, Clara Moores, Walter Horton, Frank Wilcox, Kay Strozzi, etc.
21 Cochran's Revue (1926) : Book by Ronald Jeans. Music by Pat Thayer, Noble Sissle, Eubie Blake and others. Lyrics by Donovan Parson, Noble Sissle, Eubie Blake and others. Produced at the London Pavilion (1926) starring Hermione Baddelley (Co-star of television's "Maude"), Ernest Thesiger (Most famous as "Dr. Pretorius" in the film "The Bride of Frankenstein"), Florence Desmond, Edmund Gurney, Lance Lister, etc. Directed by Frank Collins. Choreographed by Max Rivers. Songs include: "Just a Little Thing Called Rhythm," "The Customer is Always Right," "The Slow Train to Wolverhampton," etc.
21 Cochran's 1930 Revue : Book by Beverly Nichols. Music by Vivian Ellis and Beverly Nichols. Ballets by Boris Kochno with music by Lord Berners and Henri Sauget. Produced by Charles B. Cochran at the London Pavilion (1930) starring Joan Clarkson, Barry Fitzgerald (Brother of Arthur Shields), Maisie Gay, Ruth Weeks, etc. Directed by Frank Collins. Choreographed by Georges Balanchine and Ralph Reader. Songs include: "Chasing the Talkies Away," "Song in My Heart" (by Rodgers and Hart), "Little Things You Do (by Beverly Nichols),
21 Cock : Book by Mike Bartlett. Produced by the Royal Court Theatre at The Duke on 42nd Street in NYC (May 2012) starring Jason Butler Harner, Amanda Quaid, Cory Michael Smith and Cotter Smith. Directed by James Macdonald.
21 Cock-A-Doodle Dandy : Book by Sean O' Casey (Portrayed by Rod Taylor in the film "Young Cassidy"). Various productions (c.1940-69) starring Brian Bedford, Barry Bostwick, Keene Curtis, Richard Easton, James Greene, Helen Hayes, Donald Moffat, Frances Sternhagen, Nancy Walker, Richard Woods, Colin Blakely, Will Geer ("Grandpa" on television;''s The Waltons"), Anne Meara (Of the comedy team, "Stiller and Meara". Wife of Jerry Stiller. "Mother of Ben Stiller.), etc.
21 Cock-A-Doodle Doo : Book by Iris Tree. Produced by The American National Theatre and Academy at the Lenox Hill Playhouse (NYC -1949) starring Darren McGavin, John Fiedler, Charlton Heston, Jean Parker, etc. Directed by Margaret Barker.
21 Cock And The Government : Book by Adam Even and Gavin Donnolly. Produced by Post-Apoc. Afrikaaner Foundation at the WITS Theatre, University of the Witwatesrand, Johannesburg, South Africa (1988) starring Jennifer Yuill, Gillian Glauber, Kati Alexander, etc. Directed by Patrick Noome.
21 Cock O' The Walk : Book by Henry Arthur Jones. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1915) starring Otis Skinner, Vernon Steel, Walter F. Scott, John Rogers, Harry Dodd, etc.
21 Cock Robin : Book by Elmer Rice and Philip Barry. Produced by Guthrie McClintic at various theatres (1928) starring Edward Ellis, Moffat Johnston, Richard Stevenson, James Todd, Beulah Bondi, etc. Directed by Guthrie McClintic (Husband of Katharine Cornell).
21 Cocktail Hour, The : "A New Comedy" by A.R. Gurney. Produced by the Old Globe Theatre at the Promenade Theatre (NYC - 1989) starring Nancy Marchand (Co-star of television's "Marty," "Lou Grant," "The Sopranos," etc.), Keene Curtis, Holland Taylor, Bruce Davison and Richard Backus. Directed by Jack O' Brien.
21 Cocktail Party, The : Book by T.S. Eliot. Various productions (1950 - 76) starring Henry Daniell, Cathleen Nesbitt, Hugh Willliams, Alec Guinness, Irene Worth, Robert Flemyng, Brenda Forbes, Geoffrey Whitehead, Mary Griffiths, Ian Hunter, Donald Pleasance, Dennis King, Julie Haydon, Estelle Winwood, Reginald Denny, etc.
21 Coco : "A New Musical" by with book and lyrics by Alan J. Lerner (based on the career of Coco Chanel). Music by Andre Previn. Various productions (1969-70) starring Katherine Hepburn George Rose, Gale Dixon, David Holliday, Rene Auberjonois, Danielle Darrieux, etc. Directed by Michael Benthall. Choreographed by Michael Bennett. Sets and costumes by Cecil Beaton. Produced by Frederick Brisson (Husband of Rosalind Rusell). Songs include: "The Money Rings Out Like Freedom," "The World Belongs to the Young," "Coco," "Ohrbach's, Bloomingdale's, Best and Saks," etc.
21 Cocoanuts, The : "A New Musical Comedy" by George S. Kaufman (Portrayed by Jason Robards in the 1963 biopic, "Act One"). Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Various productions (1925 - 96) starring The Marx Brothers, Margaret Dumont, Billy De Wolfe (Co-star of television's "Good Morning World," "The Doris Day Show," etc.), Henry Whittemore, The Three Brox Sisters, The De Marcos, David Breen, Frank Ferrante, Brad Bradley, Becky Watrson, etc. Original 1925 production directed by Oscar Eagle. Choreographed by Sammy Lee. Songs include: "Florida by the Sea," "Why Am I a Hit with the Ladies," "A Little Bungalow," "Minstrel Days," "Shaking the Blues Away," "Always," etc.
21 Coconuts! : "A Musical Revue" with sketches by William Brown. Music and lyrics by Michael Brown and Lesley Davison. Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami, Fl - 1986) starring Cyrilla Baer, Christopher Bishop and Julie Prosser. Directed and choreographed by Frank Wagner. Songs include "My New Condo," "Imelda," "Coral Gables," "Welcome to Miami," "The Dear Ruth Rag," "Jerry Falwel Doesn't Feel Well," "Miami's Miami Again," "I Am a Miamian," etc.
21 Code Name Phoenix : Book by Didier Graeffe. Produced by the University of Florida at the University Auditorium (Gainesville - 1971) starring Mary Taylor, Sally Kline, Jane Owen, Bruce Schwack, etc. Directed by Michael Beistle.
21 Coeur Dispose, Le : "Comedie en Trois actes" by Franci de Croisset. No location or date listed. Starring Edgar Becman, Claude Benedict, Lilllian Greuze, etc.
21 Cold Day, A : or "The Laplanders" produced at the Grand Opera House (Peoria, Illinois - 1887-91) starring Frank M. Wills, Edward Lee, Norma Wills, Perkins D. Fisher, Richard Morosco, etc.
21 Cold Wind And The Warm, The : Book by S. N. Behrman (Suggested by his "New Yorker" series and book "The Worcester Account".) Produced at various theatres (1958) starring Eli Wallach (Husband of Anne Jackson), Maureen Stapleton, Sanford Meisner (Founding member of The Group Theatre), Morris Carnovsky, Sig Arno, Timmy Everett, Carol Grace, Suzanne Pleshette (Co-star of "The Birds," etc. on film. Co-star of "The Bob Newhart Show," etc. on television. Wife of Troy Donohue, Tom Poston, etc), Vincent Gardenia, Van Dyke Parks, etc. Directed by Harold Clurman.
21 Colette : Book by Elinor Jones (Adapted from "Earthly Paradise," the collection of Colette's autobiographical writings by Robert Phelps). Original music by Harvey Schmidt. Produced at the Ellen Stewart Theatre (NYC - 1970) starring Zoe Caldwell, Mildred Dunnock, Barry Bostwick, Keene Curtis, Charles Siebert, Holland Taylor, Fenella Fielding, Ruth Nelson, Erik Rhodes, etc. Directed by Gerald Freedman.
21 Colinette : "A Comedy of French History and Manners" by Henry Guy Carleton (Adapted from the French of G. Lenotre and Gabriel Martin). Produced by Charles Frohman at the Knickerbocker Theatre (NYC - 1899) starring Julia Marlowe, William Beach, Elizabeth French, John Blair, etc. Directed by William Seymour.
21 Collection, The : Book by Harold Pinter. Various productions (1962-65) starring Michael Hordern, Kenneth Haigh, Barbara Murray, John Ronane, Bob Kidder, Mike Nussbaum, Don Marston, Dana Elcar, John C. Becher, Henderson Forsythe, James Patterson, etc. Billed with "The Lover" by Harold Pinter, "The Dumbwaiter" by Harold Pinter and "Playing With Fire" by August Strindberg.
21 Colleen Bawn : or "The Brides of Garryowen" by Dion Boucicault. Various productions (1860-90) starring Dion Boucicault, Atkins Lawrence, Gus Reynolds, Fritz Williams, Louise Thorndyke, W.H. Curtis, Anna Cowell, Kate Reignolds, William Whalley, Minnie DeLange, H.R. Brennan, etc.
21 College Daze : "A Tabloid Musical Comedy" by Parker Wright Meade. Music by George Tompkins. Lyrics by George Vivian. Produced at B.F. Keith's Palace (Cleveland - 1925) starring Dorothy Mountcastle, Doris Shreve, Eric Webster, Sterling Melcher, Roy Sincere, etc. Directed by George Vivian. Choreographed by Cissie Dolliver. Songs include: "Come Let's Go," "I'm the Man," "I Love the Ladies," etc.
21 College Hero, The : "The Musical Extravaganza" by Wade Davis and J. Mahlon Duganne. Produced by the Board of Managers of The Mothers' Aid Society at the Hyperion Theatre (New Haven - 1912) starring Antoinette De Forest, Horace Newson, Alfred Terry, Irma Dailey, etc. Songs include: "Hail to the College Girl," "Sailors of the Iowa," "Dance of the College Girls," etc.
21 College Widow, The : "Pictorial Comedy" by George Ade. Produced at the Garden Theatre (NYC - 1904) starring Frederick Truesdell, Robert Mackaye, George F. Demarest, etc. Directed by George Marion.
21 College Widower, The : "A Rigmorale of Fun, Fancy and Foolishness" with book and lyrics by Edgar Smith. Music by Maurice Levi. Produced at the Weber Music Hall (NYC - 1905-06) starring Aubrey Boucicault, Joseph M. Weber (Of the comedy team, "Weber and Fields"), Charles A. Bigelow, Marie Dressler, etc. Directed by George Marion. Choreographed by Sam Marion. Songs include: "The Grand Prix," "Nancy Clancy" "The Big Indian and the Little Maid," etc.
21 Collision : Book by Bridget MacLagan. Produced at The Vaudeville Theatre (London - 1913) starring Grace Lane, Vernon Steel, J. Cooke Beresford, Leslie Carter ("The American Sarah Bernhardt"), etc. Directed by Norman McKinnel.
21 Collision Course : "An Omnibus of Plays" by Rosalyn Drexler, Jules Feiffer, Jack Larson (Most famous as "Jimmy Olsen" on television's "The Adventures of Superman"), Terrence McNally, Lanford Wilson and others. Produced at the Actor's Playhouse (NYC - c.1968) starring Susan Browning, Leora Dana, Scott Glenn, Sam Groom, etc. Production directed by Edward Parone.
21 Colonel!, The : "Brilliant Aesthetic Comedy" by F.C. Burnaud. Produced at Hooley's Theatre (Chicago - No date) starring Eric Bayley, Raymond Holmes, Maria Davis, Rachel Sanger, etc.
21 Colonel Mulberry Sellers : Book by Mark Twain. Produced at various theatres (c.1876) starring John T. Raymond, Alice Clayton, Emma Stowe, Frank Langley, M. E. Gordon, Ruth Cowles, Harry Pierson, etc.
21 Colonel Newcome : Book by Michael Morton (Adapted from Thackeray's "The Newcomes"). Produced at the New Amsterdam Theatre (NYC - 1917) starring Herbert Tree, Sydney Greenstreet, Edward Forbes, etc.
21 Colonial Girl, A : "A New Play of Old New York" by Grace Livingston Furniss and Abby Sage Richardson. Various productions (1898-1902) starring E.H. Sothern, Howard Gould, Byron Douglas, Fred Allen, etc.
21 Colonnello Bridau, Il : "Drama in 4 Acts" by Emilio Fabre. Produced by the Italian "Teatro D'Arte" at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1934) starring Giuseppe Sterni, Iolanda D'Este, Alba Novella, etc.
21 Color Of Darkness : or "An Evening in the World of James Purdy" arranged and adapted by Ellen Violett. Produced at the Writers Stage Theatre (NYC - c.1963) starring Walter Rhodes, Doris Roberts, Tom Brennan, etc. Billed with "Cracks" by James Purdy. Directed by William Francisco.
21 Color Sergeant, The : Book by Brandon Thomas Produced at the Chestnut Street Opera House (Philadelphia - 1886) starring Austin Melford, Alice Belmore, J.H. Clynde, etc. A "Grand Triple Bill" with "A Clerical Error" by Henry Arthur Jones and "Chatterton" by Henry Arthur Jones and Henry Herman.
21 Colorado : Book by Augustus Thomas. Produced by Charles Frohman at Wallack's Theatre (NYC - No date) starring William Lackaye,Frank Kembley, Violet Rand, etc. Directed by William Seymour.
21 Come Across : Book by Guy Beauchamp and Michale Pertwee. Produced at The Playhouse (NYC - 1938) starring Byron Russell, Helen Trenholme, Mary Heberden, Cameron Hall, Richard Waring, etc. Directed by Edward Clarke Lilley.
21 Come And Be Killed : Book by Lionel Wilson (From the novel by Shelley Smith). Produced (World Premiere) at the North Shore Music Theatre (Beverly, MA - 1975) starring June Havoc (Portrayed as "Dainty June" in the stage, television, and film productions of "Gypsy". Sister of Gypsy Rose Lee.), Signe Hasso, Angela Wood and Neil Flanagan. Directed by Stuart Vaughan.
21 Come As You Are : Four plays by John Mortimer. Produced at the Strand Theatre (London - c.1970) starring Glynis Johns, Denholm Elliott, Joss Ackland and Celia Bannerman. Directed by Allan Davis.
21 Come Back, Little Sheba : Book by William Inge. Various productions (1950 - 2012) starring Shirley Booth, Sidney Blackmer, Joan Lorring, Lonny Chapman (Founder of the Lonny Chapman Group Repertory Theatre, Burbank, CA), John Randolph, Peggy Fenn, Alfred Leberfeld, Richard Kuss, Sally Kemp, Dennis Weaver, Jean Stapleton, Russell Gold, Virginia Payne, Edward Andrews, Jane Rose (Co-star of television's "Phyllis"), Nan McFarland, Joan Blondell, Wilson Brooks, Wallace Ford, Elmer Munkachy, Doris Beunk, Julia Course, Sharry Flett, Kevin McGarry, Corrine Koslo, Ric Reid, etc. Original 1950 production directed by Daniel Mann.
21 Come Back To Erin : "A Delightful Comedy with Songs" produced by Vaughan Glaser and George H. Nicolai at the American Theatre (NYC - 1917) starring Walter Lawrence ("The Only Genuine Irish-Born Actor Now Playing in America"), George Spelven, Phyllis Grey, Victor Stone, etc. Songs include: "Tipperary Mary," "Ireland," "It's a Wonderful Place," etc.
21 Come Back To The 5 and Dime Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean : "A New Play" by Ed Graczyk. Produced at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1982) starring Sandy Dennis, Cher, Karen Black, Kathy Bates, Marta Heflin (Daughter of Sol Kaplan and Frances Heflin. Niece of Van Heflin), Sudie Bond, Mark Patton, etc. Directed by Robert Altman.
21 Come Blow Your Horn : "A Comedy" by Neil Simon. Various productions (1961 - 64) starring Hal March (Host of "The $64.000 Question" during the infamous quiz show investigations), Pert Kelton (The original "Alice Kramden" on television's "The Honeymooners"), Joel Grey, Natalie Ross, Arlene Golonka (Most famosu as "Millie" on television's "Mayberry RFD"), Lou Jacobi, Warren Berlinger, Morris Carnovsky, Tom Poston (Regular panelist on television's "To Tell The Truth". Husband of Susanne Pleshette.), Menasha Skulnik, Ann Wedgeworth, Mae Questel (Most famous as the original cartoon voice of "Betty Boop" and Popeye's "Olive Oyl"), George DiCenzo, Warren Hammack, Robert Gallaway, Gene Rayburn (Host of television's "The Match Game"), Keefe Brasselle (Most famous as the star of "The Eddie Cantor Story" on film), Fred Clark, Benay Venuta (Wife of Fred Clark), Anthony Roberts (Tony Roberts), Ted Barrington, Wayne Thornton, etc. Original 1961 production directed by Stanley Prager.
21 Come Marching Home : Book by Robert Anderson. Produced at the Blackfriars' Theatre (NYC - 1946) starring Robert Fierman, Jean Lovelace, Edwin C. Hugh, Inge Adams, etc. Directed by Dennis Gurney.
21 Come Of Age : "A Play in Music and Words" by Clemence Dane and Richard Addinsell. Various productions (1934- 52) starring Judith Anderson, Helen Wills, John W. Austin, Robert Brown, Melville Ruick, Robert Harrison, Murial Rahn, Marian Seldes (Wife of Julian Claman and Garson Kanin), Directors include Clemence Dane and Guthrie McClintic.
21 Come On Strong : "A New Play" by Garson Kanin (Husband of Ruth Gordon and Marian Seldes). Produced at various theatres (1962) starring Van Johnson, Carroll Baker, Rufus Smith, John Law, etc. Directed by Garson Kanin. "Miss Baker's wardrobe by Oleg Cassini."
21 Come Out Of The Kitchen : "A Comedy in Three Acts" by A. E. Thomas. Various productions (1916-25) starring Ruth Chatterton, Walter Connolly, Bruce McRae, Cecile Kelly, Alice Baxter, Raymond Walburn, Minna Gombell, Frances Stirling Clarke, etc. Original 1916 producer - Henry Miller.
21 Come Over Here : "The New Revue" by Wilson Mizner and Max Pemberton. Music by Louis A. Hirsch and J. Rosamond Johnson. Lyrics by Harry Williams. Produced at the London Opera House (1913) starring Dorothy Langdon, Marie Vernon, Mabel Beck, Dickie Thorpe, Perle Barti, May Yohe, Georges Carpentier, etc. Directed by Gus Sohlke. Songs include: "Scandinavian Glide," "Carolina Jane," "Jingle Bells," etc.
21 Come Slowly, Eden : "An Anguished Portrait of Emily Dickinson" by Norman Rosten. Produced at The Gene Dynarski Theatre (Hollywood - No date). Directed by Mike Road.
21 Come Summer : "A New Musical" with book and lyrics by Will Holt (Based on "Rainbow on the Road" by Esther Forbes). Music by David Baker. Produced at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (NYC - 1969) starring Ray Bolger, David Cryer, Cathryn Damon, Barbara Sharma (Co-star of television's "Laugh -In"), Margaret Hamilton (Most famous as "The Wicked Witch of the West' in the film "The Wizard of Oz"), etc. Directed and staged by Agnes De Mille. Songs include: "Good Time Charlie," "Let Me Be," "Moonglade," etc.
21 Come To The Palace Of Sin : "Plays About Ladies and Love" by Michale Shurtleff. Produced by the American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA - 1963) starring Marian Mercer, John Cullum, Luba Lisa, Estelle Parsons, Gene Hackman, etc. Directed by Milton Katelas.
21 Come What May : Book by Richard F. Flournoy. Produced at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1934) starring Hal Skelly, Mary Philips, Granville Bates, Stanton Bier, Sara Perry, etc. Directed by Leo Bulgakov.
21 Comedian, The : Book by Sacha Guitry (Adapted by David Belasco). Produced by David Belasco at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1923) starring Lionel Atwill, Elsie Mackay, William Lorenz, Rose Winter, etc. Directed by David Belasco.
21 Comedians : Book by Trevor Griffiths. Various productions (1976-77) starring Milo O' Shea, John Lithgow, Rex Robbins, David Margulies, Armand Assante, Jonathan Pryce, John Wylie, Robert Prosky, Gordon Connell, Keene Curtis, Jim Dale, Henry Jones, Avery Schreiber (Of the comedy team, "Burns and Schreiber"), etc. Original 1976 production directed by Mike Nichols.
21 Comedy Of Errors, The : Filed with Shakespeare Collection - see play title
21 Comes A Day : Book by Speed Lamkin. Produced by Cheryl Crawford and Alan Pakula at the Ambassador Theatre (NYC - 1959) starring Judith Anderson, Arthur O' Connell, Brandon de Wilde, George C. Scott, Larry Hagman, Ruth Hammond, Charles White, Michale J. Pollard, etc. Directed by Robert Mulligan.
21 Comforts of Home : Book by h. Neil Whiting. Produced at eh Austin Civic Theatre (No date) starring Gene Cagle, Barbara Cagle, Jena Norris, Patty Blakeman, etc. Directed by H. Neil Whiting and Anna Lois Whiting.
22 Comic Artist, The : Book by Susan Glaspel and Norman Matson. Produced at the Empire Theatre (NYC -1933) starring Blanche Yurka, Lea Penman, Richard Hale, Rober Allen and Lora Baxter. Produced and directed by Arthur J. Beckhard.
22 Comic Strip : "A New Play" by George Panetta. Produced at the Barbizon-Plaza Theatre (NYC -No date) starring Michael Constantine, Joey Trent, Peter Falk, Mario Gallo, Larry Bolton, Robert Van Hooten, etc. Directed by Ruth Rawson.
22 Coming Attractions : Book by Ted Tally. Music by Jack Feldman. Lyrics by Bruce Sussman and Jack Feldman. Produced by Playwrights Horizons (NYC - 1981) starring Christine Baranski, Larry Block, Randy Graff, Jonathan Hadary, Michael McCormick, Stephen Mellor, etc. Directed by Andre Ernotte.
22 Coming Forth By Day Of Osiris Jones, The : Book by Conrad Aiken. Produced by The American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA) in NYC (1961) starring Sally Alex, Richard Burnham, Jonathan Farwell, Don Fellows, Patrick O' Neal. Susan Reed, etc. Directed by Fred Stewart. Billed with "The Kid" by Conrad Aiken.
22 Coming Thro' The Rye : "A Musical Comedy in Two Acts" with book and lyrics by George V. Hobart. Music by Baldwin Sloane. Various productions (1907) starring Frank Lalor, Sidney Tolar (The second non-Asian actor to portray "Charlie Chan" on film), Fred L. Tiden, Harry Burgess, Sallie Stembler, Eveleen Dunmore, Frank Doane, John B. Park, George E. Mack, Lew Dunbar, Al Smith, Ethel Intropodi, etc. Songs include: "Mary, My Prairie Fairy," "Spoofing," "Clancy," etc.
22 Comin' Uptown : "A New Musical" by Philip Rose and Peter Udell (Based on "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens). Music by Gary Sherman. Lyrics by Peter Udell. Produced at the Winter Garden Theatre (NYC - 1980) starring Gregory Hines, Larry Marshall, Robert Jackson, Saundra McClain, Tiger Haynes, etc. Directed by Philip Rose. Choreographed by Michael Peters. Songs include: "Christmas is Comin' Uptown," "Sing A Christmas Song," "Have I Finallly Found My Heart?," "Born Again," etc.
22 Command : "A New Play" by William Wister Haines (eventually retitled "Command Decision"). Produced by The Playhouse Cleveland at the Francis E. Drury Theatre (1946) starring Kirk Willis, Burt French, Edward Binns, Noel Leslie, David White, etc. Directed by Frederic McConnell.
22 Command Decision : A New Play" by William Wister Haines. Produced at various theatres (1947-49) starring Paul Kelly, Jay Fassett, Byron McGrath, James Whitmore, John Randolph, Arthur Franz, Stephen Elliott, Paul Ford, etc. Directed by John O' Shughnessy.
22 Command Performance : "A Play in Three Acts" by C. Stafford Dickens. Produced by the Empire Players at the Empire Theatre (Syracuse - 1929) starring Ian Keith, Helen Baxter, Doris Underwood, Katherine Bingham, William Jeffreys, etc. Directed by Ralph Murphy. Music by Fred Livingston's All-Girl Orchestra.
22 Command To Love, The : Book by Rudolph Lothar and Fritz Gottwald (adapted by Herman Bernstein and Brian Marlow). Various productions (1927-29) starring Mary Nash, Basil Rathbone, Violet Kemble Cooper, Henry Stephenson, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Donn Cook, Helen Baxter, Ralph Murphy, etc. Original 1927 production directed by Lester Lonergan.
22 Commanders, The : Book by Irving Aaronson. Produced at The Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring Irene Bordini, Eric Kalkhurst, Florence Edney, Reed Hamilton, etc. Directed by W.H. Gilmore.
22 Commercial Tourist's Bride, The : Book by Frederick Hale and H.S. Hewitt. Produced in Utica, NY (1887) starring Agnes Herndon, Frank Lane, Beverly Sitgreaves, etc.
22 Committee, The : Revue created by The Company. Produced by Arthur Cantor at Henry Miller's Theatre (NYC - 1964) starring Scott Beach, Hamilton Camp, Garry Goodrow, Dick Stahl, etc. Directed by Alan Myerson.
22 Commodore Marries, The : "A Comedy Drama" by Kate Parsons. Produced at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Walter Huston, Eva Williams, Jack Byrne, Leslie Hunt, etc. Directed by Arthur Hopkins.
22 Common Clay : "An American Drama in Four Acts" by Cleves Kinkead. Various productions (1915-21) starring John Craig, Alfred Lunt, Mary Young, William P. Carleton, Jane Cowl, John Mason, Florence Roberts, Ralph Murphy, Ida Darling, Margaret Anderson, Lela Lee, etc.
22 Common Ground : "A New Play" by Edward Chodorov. Produced at various theatres (1945) starring Philip Loeb (Co-star of "The Goldbergs" on radio and television), Mary Healy (Wife of Peter Lind Hayes), Joseph Vitale, Luther Adler, etc. Directed by Edward Chodorov.
22 Common Law, The : "A Dramatization of the Most Sensational Novel of the Century" by Robert W. Chambers. Produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1912) starring Henry King, Carl T. Jackson, Graydon Fox, Dorothy Stanton, etc.
22 Common Pursuit, The : "A New Play" by Simon Gray. Various productions (1987 - 2012) starring Wayne Alexander, Reed Birney, Bil Buell, Lisa Eichhorn, Mark Nelson, Charles Shaw Robinson, Jack Coleman, Kristen Bush, Kieran Campion, Josh Cooke, Jacob Fishel, Tim McGeever, Lucas Near-Verbrugghe, etc.
22 Communicating Doors : Book by Alan Ayckbourn. Produced at the Variety Arts Theatre (NYC - 1998) starring Mary-Louise Parker, Patricia Hodges, David McCallum (Co-star of television's "The Man From U.N.C.L.E."), Candy Buckley, etc. Directed by Christopher Ashley.
22 Community Of Two, A : "A New Comedy" by Jerome Chodorov. Produced at the Shubert Theatre (Los Angeles - 1974) starring Claudette Colbert, George Gaynes, Lou Gilbert, David Winn, Mary Case, etc. Directed by Jerome Chodorov.
22 Commuters, The : "A Farcical Comedy" by James Forbes. Various productions (1911) starring E. Y. Backus, Harry Davenport, John S. Robertson, Florence Malone, Edith Lyle, Osborne Searle, Louis Thomas, Walter Shuttelworth, etc.
22 Compagnon, Der : Book by Adolph L'Arronge. Produced at the Irving Place Theatre (NYC - 1894) starring Adolf Link, Max Bira, Anna Beatrice, Emil Otto, Charlotte Durand, etc.
22 Company : Book by George Furth. Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Various productions (1970 - 2001) starring Larry Kert ("West Side Story," etc. Brother of Anita Ellis.), Barbara Barrie, George Coe, Donna McKechnie, Beth Howland, Elaine Stritch, Jane Russell, Kate Burton (Daughter of Richard Burton and Sybil Williams), Diana Canova (Daughter of Judy Canova), Charlotte d' Amboise (Daughter of Jacques d'Amboise), Boyd Gaines, Jane Krakowski, George Chakaris (Oscar winner for "West Side Story" on film), Lee Goodman, Marti Stevens, Julie Wilson, Tandy Cronyn (Daughter of Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy), Buddy Vest, Cheri Epping, Damon Maida, Lee Blair, Chris Matsos, Peter Evans, Mary Testa, George Maharis (Co-star of television's "Route 66"), Vivian Blaine ("Guys and Dolls," etc.), Pat Stevens, Joy Lober, Doyle Newbury, etc. Original 1970 production directed by Harold Prince and choreographed by Michael Bennett. Songs include: "The Little Things You Do Together," "You Could Drive A Person Crazy," "Another Hundred People," "Side by Side by Side," "The Ladies Who Lunch," "Barcelona," "Being Alive," etc.
22 Company's Coming : "A Farce in Three Acts" by Alma Wilson. Produced at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1931) starring Lynne Overman, Leila Bennett, Frieda Inescort, Rosalind Russell, etc. Directed by Zeke Colvan.
22 Complaisant Lover, The : "A Comedy" by Graham Greene. Various productions (1961-63) starring Michael Redgrave, Googie Withers, Richard Johnson, Sandy Dennis, Gene Wilder, Nicholas Hammond (Co-star of "The Sound of Music" on film), Reginald Gardiner, Irene Hervey (Wife of Allan Jones. Mother of Jack Jones.), Robert Patten, Ralph Richardson, Paul Scofield, Phyllis Calvert, Polly Adams, etc.
22 Complete Millennium Musical (Abridged), The : Book by Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor (Additional material by Dee Ryan). Music composed and arranged by Nick Graham. Produced by The Reduced Shakespeare Company at the Kennedy Center Terrace Theatre (Washington, DC - 1999) starring Austin Tichenor, Dee Ryan, Reed Martin, etc. Directed by Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor. Songs include: "Everybody Hates the French," "Do Let Us Be Frank (About the Muslims)', "Let 'Em Swing," etc.
22 Complete Works Of William Shakespeare (Abridged), The : Filed with the Shakespeare Collection - see "Shakespeare - Theatrical Tributes".
22 Compulsion : Book by Meyer Levin (Based on the murder trial of Leopold and Loeb). Various productions(1957 - 59) starring Frank Conroy, Roddy McDowall, Dean Stockwell, Howard Da Silva, Ina Balin, Barbra Loden, John Marley, James Greene, Suzanne Pleshette, Roger De Koven, Michael Constantine, Ed Kearney, Sorrell Booke, Rex Robbins, etc. Original 1957 production directed by Alex Segal.
22 Comtesse Coquette : Comedy by Roberto Bracco (Translated by Dirce St. Cyr and Grace Isabel Colbron). Produced at the Bijou Theatre (No location listed - 1907) starring Alla Nazimova, Walter Hampden, H. Reeves Smith, Guy Standing, etc.
22 Concept, The : "A New Play" produced by The Daytop Theatre Company at various theatres, NYC (1968 -1970) starring Felix Arroyo, Judy Gibbs, James Cox, David Brabham, Pat Philbin, Roger Moore, Carolyn Bruce, Joe Rivera, Nina Mitchell, Key Shelton, etc. Directed by Jacobina Caro and Lawrence Sacharow.
22 Concert, The : "A Comedy in Three Acts" by Herman Bahr (American version by Leo Ditrichstein). Various productions (1910-13) starring Leo Ditrichstein, William Morris, Catherine Proctor, Cora Witherspoon, John Ellis, Nye Chart, etc. Produced by David Belasco.
22 Concert at Saint Ovide Fair, The : Book by Antonio Buero-Vallejo (Translated and adapted by Marion Peter Holt). Produced at The Wilma Theater, Philadelphia (1987 - 88) starring Peter Wray, Robert MacCallum, Charles Antalosky, Donna Browne, Michael Lee Sharp, Michael Lewis, Robert Hubbard, Mark Zeisler, Doug Wing, Michael P. Toner, Lauren R. Pierson and Charles Isdell. Directed by Blanke Zizka. Original music by Adam Wernick. Additional lyrics by Michael Ladenson.
22 Condemned Of Altona, The : Book by Jean-Paul Sartre. Produced by The Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center in The New Vivian Beaumont Theater (NYC -1966) starring Carolyn Coates, Edward Winter, Priscilla Pointer, George Coulouris, Louis Zorich (Husband of Olympia Dukakis), etc. Directed by Herbert Blau.
22 Conduct Unbecoming : Book by Barry England. Produced at various theatres (1970) starring Paul Jones, Jeremy Clyde, Michael Barrington, Donald Pickering, Elizabeth Shepherd, etc. Directed by Val May.
22 Confederacy, The : Book by John Vanbrugh. Produced at various theatres in Great Britain (1810-1904). Billed with "The Bee-Hive," "Transformation," "The Review," "Hit or Miss!," "Raising the Wind," "Wedding Present," and "The Innkeeper's Daughter".
22 Confession, The : Book by James Halleck Reid. Various productions (1912-14) starring Eugenie Campbell, Paul Doucet, Bert Howard, Hazel Freeman, Alice Brooks, Owen Coll, Pauline Emerson, etc.
22 Confidential Clerk, The : Book by T.S. Eliot. Various productions (1954-55) starring Ina Claire, Claude Rains, Joan Greenwood, Aline MacMahon, Douglas Watson, Richard Newton, Newton Blick, Edgar Wreford, Paul Lee, etc.
22 Confusion : "Splendid Comedy in Three Full Acts of Fun" by Joseph Derrick. Various productions (1883-1901) starring Henry E. Dixey, Fred Clifton, Frank Mordaunt, Fred Ross, Wallace Erskine, Harry W. Rich, Sumner Gard, Allison Skipworth, etc. "Combined with High Class Novelties".
22 Confusions : "An Entertainment" by Alan Ayckbourn. Produced at the Apollo Theatre (London - 1976) starring Pauline Collins, John Alderton, Derek Fowlds, Sheila Gish and James Cossins. Directed by Alan Strachan.
22 Congai : "A New Play" by Harry Hervey and Carleton Hildreth (From a Novel of the Same Name by Harry Hervey). Produced by Sam H. Harris at the Sam H. Harris Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Helen Menkin, Florence Arden, William Boren, Helen Kim, etc. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian.
22 Connecticut Yankee, A : "A New Musical Adaptation of Mark Twain's Novel" by Herbert Fields. Music by Richard Rodgers (Portrayed by Tom Drake in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Lyrics by Lorenz Hart (Portrayed by Mickey Rooney in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Various productions (1928-51) starring William Gaxton, Paul Everton, Constance Carpenter, William Norris, Jack Thompson, Frank Norton, Vivienne Segal, Dick Foran, Vera-Ellen, Richard Lane, Jack Whiting, Paula Laurence, etc. Original 1928 production directed by Lew Fields (Of the comedy team, "Weber and Fields". Father of Herbert Fields.) and choreographed by Busby Berkeley. Songs include: "My Heart Stood Still," "Thou Swell," "The Camelot Samba," etc.
22 Connection, The : Book by Jack Gelber. Produced by the Living Theatre Repertory at the Living Theatre (NYC - 1959) starring Leonard Hicks, Ira Lewis, James Anderson, Carl Lee, etc. Directed by Judith Malina.
22 Connections Of The Heart : "A Musical Spoof on Lesbian Relationships" by Paula Berg. Produced at the Courtyard Playhouse (NYC - 1993). Directed by Jenny Davis.
22 Connelly Vs. Connelly : "An Original Three-Act Drama" by Reverend Brendan Larnen, O.P. Produced by The Blackfriar's Guild at the Blackfriar's Theatre (NYC - 1961) starring Derek Murcott, R.E. Buxton, Robert Milton, etc. Directed by Michael Kray.
22 Connie Soogah, The : or "The Jolly Peddler" by Charles Gayler. "Picturesque Irish Drama" produced by the Charles Gayler Comedy Company (No location or date listed) starring Con. T. Murphy, Marjorie Bassett, Warren Clyde, Hary Reeves, Marion Curtis, Grace Claire, etc.
22 Conquering Hero, The : "A New Musical" by Larry Gelbart (Based on Preston Sturge's "Hail, The Conquering Hero"). Music by Moose Charlap. Lyrics by Norman Gimbel. Produced at various theatres (1960) starring Tom Poston, John McMartin, Lionel Stander, Kay Brown, Jane Mason, etc. Directed and choreographed by Bob Fosse. Songs include: "Hail, The Conquering Hero," "Only Rainbows," "That Kiss on the Tip of My Lips," "Won't You Marry Me," etc.
22 Conqueror, The : Book by R.E. Fyffe. Produced at the Scala Theatre (London - 1905) starring J. Forbes-Robertson, Henry Ainley, Italia Conti, etc.
22 Conquerors, The : "A Drama in Four Acts" by Paul M. Potter. Produced by Charles Frohman's Empire Theatre Company at the Empire Theatre (NYC - no date) starring William Faversham, E. Y. Backus, Guy Standing, John Armstrong, Viola Allen, May Robson, etc. Directed by Joseph Humphreys.
22 Conquest, The : Book by George Fleming. Produced at the Lyric Theatre (London - 1909) starring Lewis Waller, Herbert Jarman, Maxine Elliiott, Dorothy Dix, Gladys Storey, etc. Directed by Lewis Waller.
22 Conrad, The Corsair! : "The Superb Musical Extravaganza Dramatized from Lord Byron's Exquisite Poem" with original music by E.E. Rice and J.J. Braham. Produced at the Grand Opera House (St. Louis - 1878) starring Lizzie Webster, Harry Hunter, William Forrester, Nellie Wood, etc.
22 Conscience : "A New Play" by Don Mullally. Produced at the Belmont Theatre (NYC - 1924) starring Lillian Foster, Crane Wilbur, Robert Robson, Hobart Cavanaugh, etc. Directed by Roy Walling.
22 Conspiracy, The : "A Play of New York Life" by Robert Baker and John Emerson. Various productions (1913-14) starring John Emerson, Guy Nichols, Warren Cook, Madge Tyrone, Harry Beresford, Edward F. Nagle, Hal Castle, Mona Lee, etc.
22 Constant Nymph, The : Book by Margaret Kennedy and Basil Dean. Produced at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring Glenn Anders, Loretta Higgins, Helen Chandler, Claude Rains, Leo Carroll (Leo G. Carroll), Barry Jones, etc. Directed by Basil Dean.
22 Constant Wife, The : "A Comedy" by W. Somerset Maugham. Various productions (1926-75) starring Ethel Barrymore, Cora Witherspoon, Kay Strozzi, C.Aubrey Smith, Frank Conroy, Walter Kingsford, Boyd Davis, Audrey Ridgewell, Katherine Cornell, Robert Flemyng, John Emery, Ingrid Bergman, Brenda Forbes, Marti Stevens, Richard Marr, Paul Harding, etc.
22 Consul, The : Filed with Music Collection. See - "Opera and Operetta Programs"
22 Contact : Book by Susan Stroman and John Weidman. Written by John Weidman. Produced at the Lincoln Center Theatre at the Vivian Beaumont (NYC - 2000) starring Jason Antoon, Boyd Gaines, Steve Geary, Jack Hayes, Deborah Yates, Karen Ziemba, etc. Directed and choreographed by Susan Stroman.
22 Contented Woman, A : "An Attempt to Furnish Material for an Evening's Entertainment" by Charles H. Hoyt. Produced at the Hyperion Theatre (No location or date listed) starring William H. Currie, Frank Lane, Rose Snyder, Caroline Miskel Hoyt, etc. Directed by Charles H. Hoyt.
22 Continental Varieties : Produced by Arch Selwyn and Harold B. Franklin (1934-35) starring Lucienne Boyer, Vicente Escudero with His Sacre Mont Gypsies and Carmita, Deslys and Clark, Gali-Gali, Nikita Balieff, Boris Kogan,
22 Contractor, The : Book by David Storey. Various productions (c. 1975) starring Reid Shelton ("Annie," etc.), Michael Finn, Neil Fitzgerald, Lynn Ann Leveridge, Philip Stone, Jim Norton, Paul Moriarty, etc.
22 Conversation At Midnight : Book by Edna St. Vincent Millay. Various productions (1964) starring Jack Albertson, James Coburn, Frank De Kova, Eduard Franz, Sandy Kenyon, Bill Berger, Larry Gates, John Randolph, Hal England, Al Freeman, Jr., etc. Directed by Robert Gist.
22 Conversation at the Styx', A : Book by James Dale. Produced at the Royal Court Theatre (London - 1913) starring Milton Rosmer, Charles Groves, Frank MacRae and J. H. Roberts. Billed with "The Tragedy of Nan" by John Masefield.
22 Conversation Piece : "A Musical Romance" by Noel Coward. Various productions (1934-57) starring Yvonne Printemps, George Sanders, Irene Browne, Pierre Fresnay, Athole Stewart, Joan Copeland, Rene Paul, etc. Original 1934 production directed by Noel Coward (Portrayed by Daniel Massey in the 1968 biopic, "Star"). Songs include: "Brighton Parade," "The English Lesson," "There's Always Something Fishy About the French," etc.
22 Conversations : "A Play" by Maxim Mazumdar. Produced at the Duke of York's Theatre (London - 1980) starring Anton Dolin.
22 Conversations With My Father : Book by Herb Gardner. Produced at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1992) starring Judd Hirsch, David Margulies, James Sutorius, Tony Shalhoub (Star of television's "Monk"), Jason Biggs (Star of the "American Pie" film series), Richard E. Council, David Krumholtz, Marilyn Sokol, Alan North (Co-star of television's "Police Squad"), etc. Directed by Daniel Sullivan.
22 Convict On The Hearth, The : "A One-Act Play" by Frederick Fenn. Produced at the Savoy Theatre (London - No date) starring Arthur Chesney, Edmund Gurney, Allan Wade, etc. Billed with "Arms and the Man" by George Bernard Shaw.
22 Cook For Mr. General, A : "A New Comedy" by Steven Gethers. Produced at The Playhouse (NYC - 1961) starring Bill Travers, Roland Winters (The third non-Asian actor to portray "Charllie Chan" on film), John McGiver, Gerald O' Loughlin, William Duell, Dustin Hoffman, George Furth, etc. Directed by Fielder Cook.
22 Cool World, The : "A New Play" by Warren Miller and Robert Rossen (Based on the Novel by Warren Miller). Produced at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre (NYC - 1960) starring Billy Dee Williams, Raymond Saint-Jacques, Calvin Lockhart, Roscoe Lee Browne, Cicely Tyson, James Earl Jones, etc. Directed by Robert Rossen.
22 Coop, The : Book by Ralph Arzoomanian. Produced by The University of Alabama Department of Speech/University Players at the University Theatre (Tuscaloosa - 1966) starring Frederic Meyers, Edward Walters, George Bauer, etc.
22 Copenhagen : Book by Michael Frayn. Various productions (2000 - 2007) starring Philip Bosco, Blair Brown, Michael Cumpsty, Tony Carlin, Laurie Kennedy, Patrick Tovatt, Karen MacDonald, Will LeBow and John Kuntz. Directors include Michael Blakemore and Scott Zigler.
22 Coppelia : A Ballet in Three Acts" by Charles Nuittier and Arthur Saint-Leon. Music by Leo Delibes. Produced by The Bristol School of Dancing at the Theatre Royal (Bristol - 1954) starring Rosalind Bultitude, Virginia Stott, Patricia Healey, Derek West, etc. Directed and choreographed by Elizabeth West.
22 Copper And Brass : "A New Musical Comedy" by Ellen Violett and David Craig. Music by David Baker. Lyrics by David Craig. Produced at various theatres (1957) starring Nancy Walker, Joan Blondell, Dick Williams, Alice Pearce, Bruce MacKay, Benay Venuta, etc. Directed by Marc Daniels. Choreographed by Anna Sokolow. Songs include: "Cool Combo Mambo," "La Vie Boheme," "You Walked Out', "Call The Police," etc.
22 Copperhead, The : "New Drama" by Augustus Thomas (From a story by Frederick Landis). Produced at various theatres (1918-19) starring Lionel Barrymore, Raymond Hackett, Doris Rankin, Chester Morris, William Norton, etc.
22 Copperfield : Book, Music and Lyrics by Al Kasha and Joel Hirschhorn (Based on the book "David Copperfield" by Charles Dickens). Produced at various theatres (1981) starring Brian Matthews, Leslie Denniston, Barrie Ingham, Carmen Mathews, Mary Mastrantonio, George S. Irving, Michael Connolly, Evan Richards, etc. Directed and choreographed by Rob Iscove. Costumes designed by John David Ridge. Songs include: "Mama Don't Get Married," "Here's A Book," "The Circle Waltz," "Is There Anyone/," etc.
22 Cops : Book by Terry Curtis Fox. Produced by Wayne Long Productions in association with 1st Stage Company at the Pan-Andreas Theater (Los Angeles - No date) starring Jim Parrish, Joe Mantegna, Dennis Franz (Star of television's "NYPD Blue"), Meshach Taylor (Co-star of television's "Designing Women"), etc. Directed by Ian Patrick Williams.
22 Coquette : Book by George Abbott and Ann Preston Bridgers. Produced by Jed Harris at various theatres (1927-29) starring Helen Hayes, Una Merkel, Andrew Lawlor, Jr., Charles Waldron, etc. Directed by George Abbott.
22 Cordelia : "A New Comedy" by George Batson. Produced at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1946) starring Zazu Pitts, Curtis Cooksey, Patty Pope, William Van Sleet, Nancy Davis (future wife of Ronald Reagan), etc. Directed by Russell Fillmore.
23 Coriolanus : Filed with Shakespeare Collection. See- Play title- "Coriolanus".
23 Corn Is Green, The : Book by Emlyn Williams. Various productions (1942 - 50) starring Ethel Barrymore, Eva Le Gallienne, Richard Waring, Gwilym Williams, Carmen Mathews, Donald Buka, Bert Kalmar, Jr., Mary Finney, Jamie MacArthur (James MacArthur), Mildred Dunnock, Tommy Dix, Ceridwen Breen, Sybil Thorndike, Emlyn Williams, Rhys Williams, etc. Original 1942 production directed by Herman Shumlin.
23 Cornered : "A Comedy Drama in Four Acts" by Dodson Mitchell. Produced at various theatres (1921-22) starring Madge Kennedy, Edward Fielding, Charles Tong, Tom Morgan, Jane Allyn, Harry Bond, Miriam Cooper, etc. Directed by John McKee.
23 Coronation : Book by Zelick Segal. Produced by The Yale University School of the Fine Arts/The Department of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1937) starring Carl Jacobs, John Newfield, James Biondo, Edwin G. Burrows, etc. Directed by Frank McMullan.
23 Corpse! : "A New Comedy Thriller" by Gerald Moon. Produced in London and Miami (1984 - 1985) starring Keith Baxter, Milo O' Shea, Scott LaFeber, Pauline Flanagan, Joyce Grant, Richard Hampton, John Tillinger, Alan Tagg, David Hersey, etc. Both productions directed by John Tillinger.
23 Corruption In The Palace Of Justice : "American Premiere" by Ugo Betti (as translated by Henry Reed). Produced at the Village South Theatre (NYC - 1964) starring C.K. Alexander, David Hooks, Albert Penn, Muni Seroff, etc. Directed by Richard Altman.
23 Corsican Brothers, The : "Legendary Drama founded upon Dumas' Novel 'Les Freres Corses' and adapted for Charles Kean" by Dion Boucicault. Produced at the Royal Lyceum Theatre (London - 1891) starring Henry Irving, Gordon Craig, Annie Irish, Kate Phillips, etc. Billed with "Nance Oldfield" by Charles Reade.
23 Cortez : "A New Play" by Leroy Clemens and Ralph Murphy. Produced by the Syracuse Theatre Guild, Inc. and The Empire Players at the Empire Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1929) starring Lou Tellegen, Frank Hilliard, Helen Baxter, Ralph Murphy, etc. Directed by Ralph Murphy.
23 Cost Of Living, The : Book by William Anthony McGuire. Produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1913) starring Earle Ross, Clyde Bates, Art Elmore, etc.
23 Cotton Candy : "A New Drama" by Vermelle McCarter. Produced at the Vine Street Playhouse (Hollywood, CA - c.1960) starring Judi Meredith, Betsy Jones-Moreland, Helena Nash, Hope Summers (Most famous as "Clara Edwards" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show" and Mayberry RFD"), etc.
23 Cotton Kings, The : "Beautiful English Melodrama" by Sutton Vane. Produced at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1895).
23 Cotton Patch Gospel : Book by Tom Key and Russell Treyz (Based Upon the book "The Cotton Patch Version of Matthew and John" by Clarence Jordan). Music and lyrics by Harry Chapin. Produced at the Woodstock Playhouse (Woodstock, NY - 1982) starring Scott Ainslie, Jim Lauderdale, Dan Fox, etc. Directed by Russell Treyz. Songs include: "Something's Brewin' in Gainesville," "We're Going to Atlanta," "Jubilation," etc.
23 Cotton Spinner, The : "Big Mechanical Production" by Scott Marble. Produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1896) starring Clarence F. Montaine, Albert Lando, Arthur E. Sprague, etc.
23 Couch, The : World Premiere" by Lynne Kaufman. Produced at the Magic Theatre (San Francisco - c.1984) starring Francia Di Mase, Kenna Hunt, Jack Shearer, etc. Directed by Simon Levy.
23 Councillor's Wife, The : Book by Jerome K. Jerome and Eden Phillpots. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1893) starring Henry Miller, William Faversham, Odette Tyler, Agnes Miller, May Robson, etc.
23 Counsellor - At - Law : Book by Elmer Rice. Produced at various theatres (1931 - 43) starring Paul Muni, Jules Garfield (John Garfield), Dorothy Day, John M. Qualen, Ned Glass, Constance McKay, etc.
23 Count, The : Book by Bob Rozgay. Music and lyrics by Stephen Stucker. Produced at The Theatre (Hollywood, CA - No date) starring Paul Ainsley, Edward Ansara, Brian Fowler, etc. Directed by Stephen Stucker. Choreographed by Ilona Vera. Songs include: "Transylvania Tango," "Dracula's Aria," "I'm Just Bats for You," etc.
23 Count Benyowsky : or "The Exiles of Siberia". Produced at the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh (1831). Billed with "The Evil Eye".
23 Count Casper : Book by Herbert Hall Winslow. Produced at the Blanchard's Opera House (Montpelier, VT - 1892) starring Charles T. Ellis ("The Universal Favorite"), James Vincent, Charles W. Swain, Clara Moore, etc. Songs include: "The Sweetest Rose of All," "How I Love the Babies," "Playing Pony With Casper," etc.
23 Count Dracula : Book by Ted Miller (Based on Bram Stoker's novel, "Dracula"). Produced at the Mainstage - Florida State University Theatre (Tallahassee - 1978) starring Andrew Watts, Lee Gundersheimer, Michael Fortner, etc. Directed by Amnon Kabatchnik.
23 Count Me In : "An All-American Musical Comedy" by Walter Kerr and Leo Brady. Music and lyrics by Ann Ronell. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert and Olsen and Johnson in association with Krakeur and Schmidlapp at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1942) starring Charles Butterworth, June Preisser (Athletic dancer most famous for her appearances in a few Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland musicals.), Mary Healy (Wife of Peter Lind Hayes), Gower Champion (Of the dance team, "Marge and Gower Champion), Ross Sisters, Hal LeRoy (Most famous as "Harold Teen" on film), Whit Bissell, Luella Gear, etc. Directed by Robert Ross. Choreographed by Robert Alton. Costumes by Irene Sharaff. Songs include: "All-Out Bugle Call," "On Leave For Love," "Ticketyboo," etc.
23 Count Of Luxembourg, The : "The New Musical Romance" by Glen MacDonough (from the German of Willner and Bodansky). Music by Franz Lehar. Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Basil Hood. Produced at the New Amsterdam Theatre (NYC - 1912) starring George Leon Moore, William C. Reid, William L. Hobart, Fred Walton, etc. Directed by Herbert Gresham. Choreographed by Julian Mitchell. Songs include: "Land of Make Believe," "Cousins of the Czar," "Rootsie -Pootsie," etc.
23 Count Of Monte Cristo, The : Book by Charles Fechter (A Dramatization of the Novel of Alexandre Dumas). Various productions (c.1985) starring Tony Azito, Roscoe Lee Browne, Earl Hindman, Patti LuPone, Michael O' Keefe, etc. Directed by Peter Sellars.
23 Counterattack : Book by Janet and Philip Stevenson (Based on a Russian Play by Ilya Vershinin and Mikhail Ruderman). Produced at various theatres ((1943) starring Morris Carnovsky, Barbara O' Neil, Martin Wolfson, Harold J. Stone, Richard Basehart, Karl Malden, John Ireland, Sam Wanamaker, Bert Freed, Wendell Corey etc. Directed by Margaret Webster.
23 Countess, The : Book by Gregory Murphy. Produced at the Lamb's Theatre (NYC - 2000) starring James Riordan, Richard Seff, Anita Keal, etc. Directed by Ludovica Villar-Hauser.
23 Countess Coquette, The : "A Parisian Vaudeville from the French of Marcelle Javriere". Music by Anatol Friedland. Lyrics by Melville Alexander. Produced at the Century Theatre (St. Louis - 1913) starring Templar Saxe, Maud Williams, Vera Allen, Ida Crawford, etc. Songs include: "The Parisian Flip," "The Picture of Real Life," 'On Parade," etc.
23 Countess, De Somerive, The : "A New Adaptation of the Famous French Play" produced at the Park Theatre (Boston - 1880) starring Clara Morris, Mark Pendleton, George Sprague, etc.
23 Countess Gucki,,The : Book by Franz Von Schonthan (Adapted by Augustin Daly). Produced at Daly's Theatre (NYC - 1896) starring James Lewis, G.H. Gilbert, Charles Richman, Sophie Hoffman, Ada Rehan, etc.
23 Countess Maritza : Book and lyrics from the original of Julius Brammer and Alfred Grunwald by Harry B. Smith. Music by Emmerich Kalman. Various productions (1926-27) starring Arthur Rogers, Walter Woolf, Odette Myrtil, Marjorie Peterson, Harper Macauley, Vivian Hart, etc. Songs include: "In the Days Gone By," "Why is the World So Changed Today?," "Brown Eyed Girl," etc.
23 Countess Valeska, The : "A Romantic Drama from the German of Rudolph Stratz". Produced at various theaters ((1898) starring Julia Marlowe, Alfred Kendrick, Martin Daly, Herbert Eaton, etc. Directed by C.B. Dillingham.
23 Country Boy, The (By J. Murphy) : Book by John Murphy. Produced by The New Irish Players at the Town Hall Theatre (Killarney - 1964) starring Cecil Sheehan, Patricia Turner, Carole Walker, Jim Mooney,,etc.
23 Country Boy, The (By E. Selwyn) : Book by Edgar Selwyn. Various productions (1910-13) starring Charles Rondeau, William Levis, Elaine Dudley, Alfred Cooper, Jason Robards (Sr.), Ida Glenn, Edith Lyle, Carson Davenport, John Halliday, etc.
23 Country Cousin, The : "New American Comedy" by Booth Tarkington and Julian Street. Produced at various theatres (1917-18) starring Alexandra Carlisle, Julia Stuart, Alfred Lunt, Charles Mackay, Beatrice Noyes, Donald Gallaher, etc. Directed by Robert Milton. Playbills contain endorsements of the productions from President Woodrow Wilson and former President Theodore Roosevelt ("Wilson and Roosevelt agree!").
23 Country Cousins and the Sights of London : Produced at the Theatre Royal, English Opera House (London - 1820). Billed with "A Christmas at Brighton".
23 Country Girl, A : "Latest Musical Play" by George Edwardes. Book by James T. Tanner. Music by Lionel Monckton. Lyrics by Adrian Ross. Additional lyrics by Percy Greenbank. Produced by Augustin Daly at various theatres (1902) starring Melville Stuart, Minnie Ashley, Percival Jennings, etc.
23 Country Girl, The (By C. Odets) : Book by Clifford Odets. Various productions (1951 - 77) starring Paul Kelly, Uta Hagen, Steven Hill (Original cast member of television's "Misssion Impossible"), Jennifer Jones, Rip Torn, Joseph Anthony, Richard Beymer, Robin Strasser, Jack Somack, Dan Travanti (Star of television's "Hill Street Blues"), Betty Furness, Leo Penn (Father of Sean Penn), Bernard Slade, Ken McCabe, Jason Robards, Maureen Stapleton, George Grizzard, Roland Winters (The third non-Asian actor to portray "Charlie Chan" on film), Robert Young, Dane Clark, Nancy Kelly, Nancy Coleman, etc. Original 1950 production directed by Clifford Odets. Other directors include John Houseman and Lee Strasberg.
23 Country Girl, The (By W. Wycherly) : Book by William Wycherly. Various productions (1811- 1975) starring Catherine Lewis, Alice Gray, Henry Lee, Edwin Varrey, Ada Rehan, etc.
23 Country Merchant, A : "Great Yankee Comedy Drama Success" by Charles Cowles. Produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1896) starring Charles Cowles, Arthur Sanders, Frank Rodie, James Hoppe, Della Clarke, etc.
23 Country Mouse, A : Book by Arthur Law. Various productions (1902-03) starring Ethel Barrymore, Harry Davenport, Fanny Addison Pitt, Bruce McRae, James Kearney, Annie Hughes, Aubrey Fitzgerald, etc.
23 Country People : "The American Premiere" by Maxim Gorky (translated by Alexander Bakshy, in collaboration with Paul S. Nathan) Produced at the Long Wharf Theatre (New Haven - 1970) starring John Cazale, John Cromwell (Father of James Cromwell), Joyce Ebert, George Hearn, Ruth Nelson, Dianne Wiest, etc. Directed by Arvin Brown.
23 Country Scandal, A : Book by Anton Chekhov (Translated and adapted by Alex Szogyi) Produced at the Greenwich Mews Theatre (NYC - 1960) starring Mark Lenard, Patricia Davies, Margot Hand, James Nisbet Clark, etc. Directed by Amnon Kabatchnik.
23 Country Sport, A : Book by John J. McNally. Produced at the Columbus Theatre (NYC - No date) starring