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37 G.B. Essence Of Women, The : "The Great Heroines of Bernard Shaw in a New-Style Production " devised and arranged by Dorothy Olney and Day Tuttle. Produced for the 1963-64 Season.
37 Gabrielle : "A New Play" by Leonardo Bercovici (Based on Thomas Mann's "Tristan"). Produced by Rowland Leigh at Maxine Elliott's Theatre (NYC - 1941) starring John Cromwell (Father of James Cromwell), Whitner Bissell (Whit Bissell), Byron McGrath, John McGovern, Martin Wolfson, etc. Directed by Randolph Carter.
37 Gaiety Girl, A : "Original Musical Comedy in Two Acts" produced by The George Edwardes' Company at Daly's Theatre (NYC - 1894) starring Charles Ryley, Fred Kaye, Cecil Hope, Fritz Rimma, Harry Monkhouse, Decima Moore, Ethel Selwyn, Juliette Nesville, etc.
37 Galatea : "A New Operatic Piece" produced at The Queen's Theatre (London - 1831). Billed with "The Troubadour," "Delusions" and "Mrs.G".
37 Galileo : Book by Bertolt Brecht. Various productions and translations (1947 - 67) starring Charles Laughton, Michael Citro, Joan McCracken ("Oklahoma," etc. Wife of Bob Fosse.), Frank Campanella, Mary Grace Canfield, Werner Klemperer, Wesley Addy (Husband of Celeste Holm), Rusty Lane, John Carradine, Nehemiah Persoff, Taylor Graves, Warren Stevens, Morris Carnovsky, Maurice Copeland, George S. Irving, Anthony Quayle, Aline MacMahon, Estelle Parsons, Philip Bosco, John Carpenter, Shepperd Strudwick, Earl Montgomery, Robert Symonds, Monte Markham, Edward Winter, Katherine Ross, etc. Various productions translated by Charles Laughton, Desmond I. Vesey, Herbert Blau, etc, directed by Howard Da Silva, Joseph Losey, etc, and choreographed by Lotte Gosler, Joan McCracken, etc.
37 Galley Slave, The : Book by Bartly Campbell. Various productions (c.1840-88)) starring Junius Booth, (Father of John Wilkes Booth), T.J. Quinn, Florence Lytelle, Florence Sutherland, Louie Clifton, Gussie De Forrest, Frank Evans, etc.
37 Galloper, The : "The New Farce" by Richard Harding Davis. Produced Henry W. Savage at the Garden Theatre (NYC - 1906) starring Raymond Hitchcock ("The Distinctively Different Comedian"), Harry Stone, Nanette Comstock, May Buckley, etc. Directed by George Marion.
37 Gallows Humor : Book by Jack Richardson. Produced by Richard Barr and Clinton Wilder at the Gramercy Arts Theater (NYC - 1961) starring Gerald Hiken, Julie Bovasso and Vincent Gardenia. Directed by George L. Sherman.
37 Gambler, The : "A New Play" by Ugo Betti (Adapted by Alfred Drake and Edward Eager). Produced by Thomas Hammond and Wayne Harris at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1952) starring Alfred Drake, Percy Warm, E.G. Marshall, Philip Coolidge, Anne Burr, etc. Directed by Herman Shumlin.
37 Gambler And The Police, The : Book by George L. Kennedy and George McDonald (Founded on the "Becker-Rosenthal Case"). Produced at the La Salle Theatre (St. Louis - 1913) starring Al W. Fremont, James McHugh, Elmer Fritz, Ethel Wichman, etc.
37 Gamblers, The : "The Dramatic Thunderbolt" by Charles Klein. Produced at the Garrick Theatre (St. Louis - 1912) starring William Marble, Fred J. Powers, Emile Collins, Mary Cunard, Maude Fox, etc.
37 Gamblers All : Book by May Martindale. Produced by Percy Burton at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1917) starring Mona Hungerford, Philip Tonge, Muriel Starr, Maud Snyder, etc. Directed by Edward G. Browne.
37 Gambling : "New Comedy Drama" by George M. Cohan (Portrayed by James Cagney on film, Mickey Rooney on television and Joel Grey on stage). Produced by George M. Cohan at various theatres (1929 - ) starring George M. Cohan, Harry Lilliford, Harold Healy, Robert Middlemass, Isabel Baring, Mark Sullivan, Mary Fox, etc. Directed by Sam Forrest.
37 Game Of Cards, A : "A Comedy in One Act" produced at various theatres (c. 1892) starring Rosina Vokes, Felix Morris, Beverly Sitgreaves and Ferdinand Gottschalk. Billed with "The Circus Rider," "A Double Lesson," The Rough Diamond" and "My Milliner's Bill".
37 Game Of Hearts, A : Book by Channing Pollock. Produced by The Morris Amusement Company at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - No date)
37 Game Of Love And Chance, The : Book by Pierre de Marivaux. Produced by The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and Theatre des Amandiers at the Eisenhower Theater (Washington, DC - 1999) starring Anne Caillere, Eric Frey, David Gouhier, etc. Directed by Jean-Pierre Vincent.
37 Game Of Love And Death, The : "A Drama in Three Acts" by Romain Rolland (Translated by Eleanor Stimson Brooks). Produced by The Theatre Guild Acting Company at various theatres (1929) starring Alice Brady, Otto Kruger, Frank Conroy, Claude Rains, Henry Fonda, Lionel Stander, etc. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian.
37 Gamester, The : Produced at various theatres (1828-49) in Great Britain. Billed with "The Birth Day," "The Green-Eyed Monster," "Two Wives," "The Honey Moon," "The Elder Brother," "The Lord of the Manor," etc.
37 Gamine, La : "The Story of a Great Romance" by Edyth Bush. Produced by The Rollins Players at the Annie Russell Theatre (Rollins College -Winter Park, FL - 1956) starring Anne Wilkinson, David Ladd, Peter Dearing, etc. Directed by Peter Dearing.
37 Gang War : "Play of the Moment" by Willard Mack. Produced at The Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring as "The People Who Have Made Gang War History" Fred Verdi, True Boardman, Joseph Skinner, Antony Spirella, Robert Middlemass, etc. Directed by Willard Mack.
37 Gang's All Here, The (By R. Crouse) : Book by Russel Crouse. Music by Lewis E. Gensler. Lyrics by Owen Murphy and Robert A. Simon. Produced by Morris Gree and Lewis E. Gensler at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (Philadelphia - 1931) starring Ted Healy (Original leader of "The Three Stooges"), Ruby Keeler Jolson (Mrs. Al Jolson, usually billed as Ruby Keeler), Eddie Moran, Joseph Vitale, Shaw and Lee, Hal LeRoy (Most famous as "Harold Teen" on film), Tilly Losch, etc. Directed by Frank McCoy. Choreographed by Dave Gould. Ballet staged by Tilly Losch. Songs include: "Baby Wants to Go Bye-Bye," "Speak-easy," "Moon, Wind and Sea," etc.
37 Gang's All Here, The (By J. Lawrence) : "A New Play" by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden at the Ambassador Theatre (NYC - 1959) starring Melvyn Douglas, E.G. Marshall, Arthur Hill, Paul McGrath, Fred Stewart, Victor Kilian ("The Fernwood Flasher" on television's "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman"), Bert Wheeler (Of the comedy team, "Wheeler and Woolsey"), Yvette Vickers, Howard Smith, etc. Directed by George Roy Hill.
37 Gantry : "The New Musical" by Peter Bellwood (Adapted from the Novel "Elmer Gantry" by Sinclair Lewis). Music by Stanley Lebowsky. Lyrics by Fred Tobias. Produced by Joseph Cates and Jerry Schlossberg at the George Abbott Theatre (NYC - 1970) starring Robert Shaw, Rita Moreno, Wayne Tippit, Ted Thurston, Beth Fowler, etc. Directed and choreographed by Onna White. Songs include: "These Four Walls," "Show Him The Way," "We're Sharin' Sharon," "Someone I've Already Found," etc.
37 Garden District : Book by Tennessee Williams. Various productions (1958-59) starring Cathleen Nesbitt, Diana Barrymore (Daughter of John Barrymore - portrayed by Dorothy Malone in the 1958 film biography, "Too Much, Too Soon"), Richard Gardner, Anne Meacham, Robert Lansing (Star of television's "12 O' Clock High"), Olive Deering, etc.
37 Garden Of Allah, The : Book by Robert Hichens (Adapted by Robert Hichens and Mary Anderson). Various productions (1911-17) starring Minna Gale, Alexander Salvini, Mary Mannering, Sarah Truax, Grace Noble, John Blair, Pearl Gray, Arthur Lewis, etc. Various productions directed by Hugh Ford and Frederick Stanhope.
37 Garden of Earthly Delights, The : Book by Martha Clarke (Conceived in collaboration with Robert Barnett, Felix Blaska, Robert Faust, Maria Fourcaut, Margie Gillis and Paola Styron.). Various productions (1987 - 2009) starring Rob Besserer, Marie Fourcaut, Raymond Kurshal, Sylvain Lafortune, Francine Landes, Matthias Naegele, Bill Ruyle, Felix Wurman,,Steven Silverstein, Paola Styron, Todd Anderson, Sophie Bortolussi, Francis Chiaverini, Daniel Clifton, Elena Demyanenko, General McArthur Hambrick, Whitney V. Hunter, Gabriele Malone, Matt Rivera, Jenny Sandler, Isadora Wolfe, and Lila York. Directed by Martha Clarke. Music by Richard Peaslee (Created in collaboration with Eugene Friesen, Bill Ruyle and Steven Silverstein.). Flying by Foy.
37 Garden Of Eden, The : "A New Play in Three Acts" by R. Bernauer and R. Osterreicher (Adapted by Avery Hopwood). Produced by Herbert Clayton and Jack Waller at The Lyric Theatre (London - 1927) starring Tallulah Bankhead, Isabel Wilford, Gladys Falck, Arthur Holman, George Bellamy, etc. Directed by William Mollison.
37 Garden of Time : Book by Owen Dodson. Produced by The Yale University School of the Fine Arts/The Department of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1939) starring Priscilla Langenbach, Patricia Montgomery, Oliver Thorndike, Dale O' Keefe, etc. Directed by Frank MacMullen.
37 Garden Of Youth, The : Book by Thaddaus Rittner (Adapted by Alexander Ivo and Theodore Meade). Produced by Fanny Bradshaw and Alexander Ivo at the Finch Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Carl Harbord, Peter Leeds, Eleanor Aycock, Robert Duke, etc. Directed by Alexander Ivo.
37 Garden Spot, U.S.A. : "A New Play" by George Garrett. Produced (under the working title) at the Alley Theatre (Houston, TX - 1962) starring Chris Wiggins, Warren Munson, Sue Carol Davis, Virginia Payne, etc. Directed by Nina Vance (Managing Director of the Alley Theatre).
37 Garden Without Walls, The : Book by Conningsby Dawson. No date, location or cast listed.
37 Gardener's Dog, The : "Le Chien Du Jardinier" by George Neveux (After Lope de Vega). Music on classic Spanish themes arranged by Pierre Boulez. Produced by Sol Hurok at the Winter Garden Theatre (NYC - 1957) starring Jean-Louis Barrault, Jean -Pierre Granval, Madeleine Renaud, etc. Directed by Jean-Louis Barrault.
37 Gardenia : "The history of the Utopian Community of Aipotu this being recounted in two plays" by John Guare (Billed with LYDIA BREEZE by John Guare). Produced at the New Playwrights' Theatre (Washington, DC - No date) starring Laurie Spencer, Grover Gardner, Stanley Anderson, Ernie Meier, Carter Reardon, Kathleen Weber, Tami Tappan, Kevin Joseph, Steven Dawn, Cary Anne Spear, Brain Price, David Ingram, Gerry Paone, etc. Directed by James Nicola and Lloyd Rose.
37 Garibaldi! : or "The Invasion of Sardinia" produced ( No date or location listed) "...at an expense of $5,000" starring J.E. Nagle, J. Nunan, James Dunn, Cordelia Cappell, Minnie Jackson, Kate Fisher, etc. Directed by G. L. Fox.
37 Garrick Gaieties, The : Revue with sketches by Herbert Fields (Son of Lew Fields), Milton Hockey, Howard J. Green, Sam Jaffe ("Gunga Din," "Ben Casey," etc.), Newman Levy, Sterling Holloway (Most famous as the cartoon voice of "Winnie the Pooh"), etc. Music by Richard Rodgers (Portrayed by Tom Drake in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"), Vernon Duke, Ned Kehak, Thomas McNight, Kay Swift, Marc Blitzstein (Portrayed by Hank Azaria in the 1999 film, "Cradle Will Rock"), Charles M. Schwab, etc. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart (Portrayed by Mickey Rooney in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"), Allen Boretz, E.Y. Harburg, Ira Gershwin (Portrayed by Herbert Rudley in the 1945 biopic, "Rhapsody in Blue"), Johnny Mercer, etc. Produced by The Theatre Guild (c.1925-30) starring Philip Loeb (Co-star of "The Goldbergs" on radio and television), Betty Starbuck, Blanche Fleming, Romney Brent, John McGovern, Edith Meiser, Lee Strasberg, Sanford Meisner, Sterling Holloway, Hildegarde Halliday, Alvah C. Bessie ("The Hollywood Ten"), Imogene Coca ("Your Show of Shows," etc.), Ray Heatherton (Father of Joey Heatherton), etc. Directed by Philip Loeb. Choreographed by Olin Howard and Stella Bloch. Songs include: "Mountain Greenery," "An Old Fashioned Girl," "What's the Use of Talking," "Manhattan," "Sentimental Me," etc.
37 Garry-Owen : "New Irish Play" by Tony Farrell. Produced at Comstock's Theatre (No location or date listed) starring Tony Farrell, Frank Kilday, Seth Smith, Eileen Desmond, etc.
37 Gas : Book by Georg Kaiser. Produced at the Cherry Lane Theatre (NYC - 1947) starring Bea Arthur, Jerry Stiller (Of the comedy team, "Stiller and Meara". Husband of Anne Meara. Father of Ben Stiller.), Ellen Green, Jean Saks (Gene Saks - Husband of Beatrice Arthur), Norman Howard, etc. Directed by Irv Stiber. Choreographed by Bert Prensky.
37 Gate, The : Book by Charles L. Mee, Jr. Music by Deed Meyer. Produced by Harry Eno at the 5 O' Clock Theatre (No location or date listed) starring Ted Chapman and Harry Eno. Billed with "Constantinople Smith" starring Clifton James, Anne Baker and Frank Nastasi. Directed by Mesrop Kesdekian.
37 Gauntlet, A : Book by Bjornstjerne Bjornson (Translated by R. Farquharson Sharp). Produced at the Royal Court Theatre (London - 1913) starring Winifred Mayo, James Berry, Phyllis Manners, Jackson Wilcox, etc. Directed by W.G. Fay.
37 Gavilanes, Los : Book by Jose Ramos Martin. Produced at Teatro Nacional Lope de Vega (Seville, Spain - 1981) starring Pilar Abarca, Rosa Abril, Ines Arias, etc.
37 Gay Deceiver, A : Book by J.Mortimer (Adapted from "La Papillonne" by V. Sardou). Produced at the Royalty Theatre (London - 1879) starring Phillip Day, John Billington, Leonard Boyne, etc. Billed with "The Little Treasure".
37 Gay Divorce : Book by Dwight Taylor. 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 (1932-41) starring Fred Astaire, Claire Luce, Luella Gear, Eric Blore, Erik Rhode, Grace Moore (Portrayed by Kathryn Grayson in the 1953 biopic, "So This Is Love"), Paula Stone, Archie Robbins, etc. Originally produced (1932) by Dwight Deere Wiman and Tom Weatherly, directed by Howard Lindsay (Husband of Dorothy Stickney) and choreographed by Carl Randall and Barbara Newberry. Songs include: "Night and Day," "I Still Love the Red, White and Blue," "You're in Love," "After You, Who?', etc.
37 Gay Life, A : Produced by The Stage Guild at the Woodstock Opera House (Woodstock, Illinois - No date) starring Robert Dale, Claire Powell, Janet Barett, Lorenzo Smith, etc. Directed by Gil Ray.
37 Gay Life, The : Book by Fay and Michael Kanin (Brother of Garson Kanin). Music and lyrics by Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz. Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden at various theatres (1961-62) starring Walter Chiari, Barbara Cook, Jules Munshin, Loring Smith, Anita Gillette, Elizabeth Allen, etc. Directed by Gerald Freedman. Choreographed by Herbert Ross (Husband of Nora Kaye and Lee Radziwill). Songs include: "Now I'm Ready For a Frau," "Magic Moment," "Something You Never had Before," etc.
37 Gay Lord Quex, The : "A Four Act Comedy" by Sir Arthur Wing Pinero. Various productions (1899 - c.1990) starring John Hare, Gilbert Hare, Fanny Coleman, Ada Ferrar, Irene Vanbrugh, Ivo Dawson, Arthur Grenville, John Drew, Margaret Illington, Violet Kemble Cooper, Jiggy Bhore, Judi Dench, Daniel Massey (Son of Raymond Massey), Richard Denning, Sian Phillips, Peter D. Whitney, Mary Hammond O' Brien, Edwin Arden, Viola Tree, etc.
37 Gay New Yorkers, The : "A Kaleidoscopic Musical Excitement of Topics and Events" produced by Jake Goldenberg at the Imperial Theatre (St. Louis - 1915) starring Will Siegel, Irving Gear, The Morrissey Sisters (Dolly and Stella), Harry Lamont, etc. Songs include: "It's a Long Way to Tipperary," "Back to Carolina," "In Tennessee," "Dixie," etc.
37 Gay Paree : "The Continental Review" with sketches by Harold Atteridge. Music by Alfred Goodman, Maurie Rubens, Mann Holiner, Clifford Grey and J. Fred Coots (Most famous as the composer of "Santa Claus is Coming to Town"). Lyrics by Clifford Grey. Produced by The Messrs. Shubert at various theatres (1926-27) starring Sophie Tucker, Winnie Lightner, Richard Bold, Marion Eddy, Florence Mack, Alice Boulden, Jack Haley, Charles "Chic" Sale, Frank Gaby, Ruth Gillette, Lorraine Weimer, etc. Directed by Charles Judels. Choreographed by Earl Lindsay. Ballet by Alexis Kosloff. Songs include: "Glory of the Morning Sunshine," "Baby's Baby Grand,"" Fine Feathers," "Kandahar Isle," "Shaking the Blues Away," "Paris is a Paradise for Coons".
37 Gay Parisians, The : "Greatest Comedy Success" by George Feydou and Maurice Desvalliere. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1896) starring W. J. Ferguson, Amy Busby, Mabel Lowrie, Frank Durant, etc.
37 Gay White Way, The : "A Musical Review" by Sydney Rosenfeld. Music by Ludwig Englander. Produced by Sam S. and Lee Shubert at The Casino (NYC - 1907-08) starring Jefferson De Angelis, Blanche Ring, Alexander Carr, Post and Russell, Maud Raymond, etc. Directed by R.H.Burnside. Songs include: "The Broadway Show," "Climbing the Ladder of Love," "Dixie Dan," "My Irish Gibson Girl," etc. William Cort imitates "Sir Harry Lauder" and Post and Russell imitate "Montgomery and Stone".
37 Gayden : "A New Play" by Mignon and Robert McLaughlin. Produced by Gant Gaither at various theatres (1949) starring Fay Bainter, Jay Robinson, Clay Clement, Ottilie Kruger (Daughter of Otto Kruger), Hazel Jones, etc. Directed by Lex Richards.
37 Gayest Manhattan : "Spectacular Production" by W.H. Lytell. Music by W.H. Batchelor. Lyrics by John F. Harley. Produced by Koster and Bial at The Star Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Richard Gorman, Gertie Reynolds, Gus Pixley, Dora Booth, etc. Song include: "From Skowhegan, Maine, b'gosh," "My Husband Taught Me to be One of the Boys," "The Wedding of Chillie and the Coon," etc.
37 Gazebo, The : "A New Comedy Mystery" by Alec Coppel (From a story by Myra and Alec Coppel). Various productions (1959-60) starring Walter Slezak, Jayne Meadows (Wife of Steve Allen), Edward Andrews, Leon Janney, Ruth Gillette, Lulu Bates, Tom Ewell, Jan Sterling, Don Briggs, Pat Patterson, Roy R. Scheider (Roy Scheider), Francine Sharon, William Whitman, Alan Sklar, Art Kassul, Chuck Grigsby, Sylvia Famous, Duke Ventimiglia, Yvonne Peairs Smith, Jane Rose (Co-star of television's "Phyllis"), etc. Originally produced by The Playwrights Company and Frederick Brisson (Husband of Rosalind Russell) and directed by Jerome Chodorov.
37 Geezer Of Geck, The : "The Musical Pastime" by Robert J. Adam and Paul Schindler. Produced by Will J. Block at the Garrick Theatre (Chicago - 1905) starring Dave Lewis, Louis Kelso, Nena Blake, etc. Directed by Frank Tannehill, Jr. Songs include: "The Minstrels on Parade," "I Don't Want to Be a Sailor," "The Boo Gee-Boo," etc.
37 Geese : Book by Gus Weill. Produced by Jim Mendenhall at the Coronet Theatre (Los Angeles - 1969-70) starring Jan Burrell, Jim Mendenhall, Barbara Mallory, Gwen Van Dam, etc. Directed by Jim Mendenhall. Original compositions, "Love is the Answer" and "Geese" by Richard Kimball.
37 Geisha, The : "A Story of a Teahouse" by Owen Hall. Music by Sidney Jones. Lyrics by Harry Greenbank. Various productions (1896 - 1902) starring Dorothy Morton, Edwin Stevens, Maud Carter, Nancy McIntosh, Anne Hathaway, Percy Haswell, Herbert Gresham, Virginia Frances Miller, Bessie Tannehill, Marie Tempest, Elise Cooke, Harry Monkhouse, Augustus Cook, Robert Evett, Blanche Tomlin, Gladys Guy, etc.
37 Gemini : Book by Peter Mark Schifter. Various productions (1977 - 81) starring Roger Serbagi, Laurel Cronin, Danny Aiello, Reed Birney, Robert Picardo, Dennis Bailey, Wayne Knight, Frank Biancamano, Mel Schrawder, Joshua Mostel (Son of Zero Mostel), etc. Original 1977 production directed by Marshall W. Mason.
37 Gendre de M. Poirier, Le : "Comedy in Four Acts" by Emile Augier and Jules Sandeau. Produced at the Shubert Theatre (No location listed - 1917) starring Claude Benedict, Edmond Pelletier, George Renavent, etc.
37 General John Regan : "A Comedy" by George A. Birmingham. Produced at the Hollis Street Theatre (Boston - 1927) starring E.H. Sothern, George Fitzgerald, Edward Cooper, Belle Sylvia, etc. Directed by George C. Tyler.
37 General Post : "A New Comedy" by J.E. Harold Terry. Various productions (1917-18) starring Henry Daniell, Madge Titheradge (By permission of Mr. Arthur Collins), George Tully, William Courtenay, Thomas A. Wise, Cecil Fletcher, etc.
37 General Seeger : "A New Drama" by Ira Levin. Produced by the Theatre of Michigan Company and Theodore Mann at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1962) starring George C.Scott, Ann Harding, Dolores Sutton, Roscoe Lee Browne, Lonny Chapman (Founder of the Lonny Chapman Group Repertory Theatre, Burbank, CA) Tim O' Connor, Paul Stevens, etc. Directed by George C. Scott.
38 Generation : "A New Comedy" by William Goodhart. Music by Jerry Bock. Lyrics by William Goodhart. Various productions (1965 - 73) starring Henry Fonda, Richard Jordan, Holly Turner, Sandy Baron (Co-star of television's "Seinfeld," etc.), Don Fellow, A. Larry Haines, Don Porter, Jerome Cowan, John Stewart, Barnard Hughes, Robert Young, Bill Hennessey, Dennis Macey, Hans Conried, Tom Ligon, Jerry Hausner, etc. Originally produced (1965) by Frederick Brisson (Husband of Rosalind Russell) and directed by Gene Saks (Husband of Beatrice Arthur).
38 Genesius - Martyr And Saint! : Written and produced by The St. Genesius Players at The St. Genesius Church (Hollywood, CA - c. 1970) starring George Berkeley, Ricky Sullivant, Chris Ponti, etc. Directed by Wyatt Baker.
38 Geneva : "A Fancied Page of History" by George Bernard Shaw. Produced by Roy Limbert at the Saville Theatre (London - c. 1940) starring Ernest Thesiger (Most famous as "Dr. Pretorius" in the film, "The Bride of Frankenstein"), Donald Eccles, Alison Leggatt, Arthur Ridley, etc.
38 Genio Alegre, El : "La Graciosa Comedie en Tres Genius, The Actos" by Joaquin Alvarez Quintero. Produced by Walter O. Lindsey and Benito Collado at The New Yorker Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Marie Guerrero, Josefina Nestosa, Isabel Plaza, etc.
38 Genius, The (By H. Brenton) : Book by Howard Brenton. Produced at the Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles - 1984) starring Andrew Robinson, Mare Winningham, Roy Dotrice (Father of Karen Dotrice), etc. Directed by Ben Levit.
38 Genius, The (By W. De Mille) : "The Farce Comedy" by William C. De Mille and Cecil De Mille. Produced at the Euclid Avenue Opera House (Cleveland - 1906) starring Nat C. Goodwin and His Company.
38 Genius And The Goddess, The : "A New Play" by Aldous Huxley and Beth Wendel in Collaboration with Alec Copel. Various productions (1957 - 62) starring Nancy Kelly, Alan Webb, Michale Tolan, Constance Cummings, Paul Massie, George Pravda, etc. Original 1957 production directed by Richard Whorf.
38 Geniuses : Book by Jonathan Reynolds. Produced by Playwrights Horizons (NYC - 1981) starring Peter Evans, Joanne Camp, David Garrison, David Rasche, etc. Directed by Gerald Gutierrez.
38 Gentle Grafters : "A New Play" by Owen Davis. Produced at the Broad Street Theatre (Philadelphia - 1926) starring Charlotte Granville, Lucille Sears, Robert Keith (Father of Brian Keith), Guy Nichols, etc. Directed by Sam Forrest.
38 Gentle Gunman, The : Book by Roger MacDougall. Produced by The Arts Theatre Club (London - 1950) starring E. J. Kennedy, Henry Hewitt, Louise Hampton, etc. Directed by Roy Rich.
38 Gentle People, The : "An American Fable" by Irwin Shaw. Various productions (1939-49) starring Franchot Tone, Sylvia Sydney, Sam Jaffe, Karl Malden, Elia Kazan, Lee J. Cobb, Martin Ritt, etc. Originally produced (1939) by The Group Theatre and directed by Harold Clurman.
38 Gentle Shepherd, The : Produced "by particular Desire" at the Private Theatre (London - 1817). Billed with "The Village Lawyer".
38 Gentleman From Athens, The : "A Comedy of Today" by Emmet Lavery. Produced by Martin Gosch in association with Eunice Healey at the Mansfield Theatre (NYC - 1947) starring Anthony Quinn, Edith Atwater, Gavin Gordon, Alan Hewitt, etc. Directed by Sam Wanamaker.
38 Gentleman From Mississippi, A : "A Play in Four Acts" by Harrison Rhodes and Thomas A. Wise. Produced by William A. Brady and Joseph R. Grismer at the Bijou Theatre (NYC - 1908-09) starring Thomas A. Wise, Douglas Fairbanks, Hal De Forrest, Ernest Baxter, Stanhope Wheatcroft, Harry Stubbs, Laura Butler, Lute Adams, etc.
38 Gentleman Of France, A : "Romance" by Harriet Ford (Adapted from the story by Stanley Weyman). Various productions (c. 1902) starring Kyrle Bellew, John Blair, John Flood, Eleanor Robson, Ada Dwyer, Florence Lester, Willis Granger, John Alexander, Percy Wilson, etc.
38 Gentleman Of Leisure, A : "A Comedy of American Life" by John Stapleton and P.G. Wodehouse. Various productions (1911-12) starring Douglas Fairbanks, Edmund Forde, Elmer Booth, Ruth Shepley, Ralph Kellard, Albert Sackett, Inez Forrester, etc.
38 Gentlemen Of The Press : Book by Ward Morehouse. Produced by Thomas E. Jackson and H.S. Kraft at various theatres (1928) starring Granville Bates, Allan Nagle, John Cromwell (Father of James Cromwell), Billy Quinn, Helen Flint, William Pawley, Millard Mitchell (Most famous as "R.F.Simpson" in the film, "Singin' In The Rain"), Russel Crouse, Carlotta Irwin, etc. Directed by George Abbott.
38 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes : "The Hilarious Comedy" by Anita Loos and John Emerson. Various productions (1926-30) starring Edna Hibbard, June Walker, Frank Morgan (Brother of Ralph Morgan), Harold Thomas, Ruth Raymonde, Harriet MacGibbon, Sallie Gibbs, Albert Mack, etc. Originally produced and directed (1926) by Edgar Selwyn.
38 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Musical) : "A New Musical Comedy" by Joseph Fields (Son of Lew Fields) and Anita Loos. Music by Jule Styne. Lyrics by Leo Robin. Various productions (1949 - 59) starring Carol Channing, Yvonne Adair, Bob Burkhardt, June Kirby, Reta Shaw, Rex Evans, Alice Pearce ("Bewitched," etc.), George S. Irving, Howard Morris ("Your Show of Shows," etc.), Coles and Atkins, Mort Marshall, Billie Worth, Sandra Deel, Harry Weber, Maureen Cannon, Russell Nype, Betty O' Neil, Jonathan Morris, Avril Gentles, Delaney and Sandifer, Iva Withers, Rufus Smith, Joe Layton, Arte Johnson (Co-star of television's "Laugh-In"), Hal Thompson, Betty Bartley, Anne Francine, Bob Haddad, etc. Originally produced (1949) by Herman Levin and Oliver Smith, directed by John C. Wilson and choreographed by Agnes deMille. Songs include: "Bye Bye Baby," "A Little Girl from Little Rock," "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend," "Homesick Blues," "Keeping Cool With Coolidge," etc.
38 Gentlemen We, Murderers Three : "A Whimsical Satire" by Gyneth Waldron. Produced by the Atlanta Chapter of ANTA (American National Theatre and Academy) at the Community Playhouse (Atlanta, GA - 1963). Produced by the Stage Players Guild of East Point. No cast or director listed.
38 Gentlewoman : "A New Play" by John Howard Lawson ("The Hollywood Ten"). Produced by The Group Theatre in association with D.A. Doran, Jr. at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1934) starring Morris Carnovsky, Russell Collins, Stella Adler, Lloyd Nolan, etc. Directed by Lee Strasberg.
38 Gently Does It : "A New Play" by Janet Green. Various productions (1953-55) starring Anthony Oliver, Phyllis Povah, Joyce Heron, Andrew Duggan, Mabel Elmore, Thurman Glenn, Nancy Cushman, Eugene Stuckmann, etc. Originally produced (1953) by Edward Choate and George Ross and directed by Bretaigne Windust.
38 George And Margaret : "A Comedy" by Gerald Savory. Various productions (1937 - 51) starring Alan Webb, Richard Warner, Moya Nugent, Irene Browne, Estelle Winwood, Arthur Anderson, Lloyd Bochner, Joyce Barbour, Nigel Patrick, etc.
38 George Barnwell : or "The London Merchant" produced at various theatres in Great Britain (1810-32). Billed with "The Magic Bride," "Paul Poacher" and "The Wreck Ashore".
38 George Heriot : or "The Fortunes of Nigel" produced at the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh (1823-32). Billed with "Giovanni in London," "The Bottle Imp," "The Weathercock," etc.
38 George M : "A New Musical" by Michael Stewart (Based on the life of George M. Cohan). Music and lyrics by George M. Cohan (Portrayed by James Cagney in the films, Yankee Doodle Dandy"-1942 and "The Seven Little Foys"-1955 and by Mickey Rooney in the television specials, "Mr. Broadway"-1957 and "The Seven Littel Foys"-1964). Lyrics and musical revisions by Mary Cohan (Daughter of George M. Cohan). Various productions (1968 - 2000) starring Joel Grey, Betty Ann Grove, Gene Castle, Jerry Dodge, Ted Pritchard, Linda Larson, Darryl Hickman, Lonnie Burr, Ken Berry, Robert E. Fitch, Toni Kaye, Tony Tanner, Gloria LeRoy, Danny Carroll, John Mineo, John Scherer, Frank Root, Dorothy Stanley, Liz Pearce, Dale Hensley, Nancy Johnston, Tia Speros, Jennifer Goode, Shonn Wiley, etc. Originally produced (1968) by David Black and Konrad Matthaei and directed and choreographed by Joe Layton. Songs include: "All Aboard for Broadway," "My Town," "Billie," "Give My Regards to Broadway', "Forty-Five Minutes from Broadway," "Mary," "Harrigan," "You're A Grand Old Flag," "Over There," "Yankee Doodle Dandy," etc.
38 George Washington Slept Here : "A New Comedy" by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart (Portrayed by Jason Robards and George Hamilton in the 1963 biopic, "Act One"). Various productions (1940 - 76) starring Ernest Truex, Jean Dixon, Berton Churchill, Percy Kilbride (Most famous as "Pa Kettle" in the "Ma and Pa Kettle " film series), Dudley Digges, Sidney Lumet (Stage and film director), James Coco, Dody Goodman, Marilyn Cooper, Carol Morley, Jack Fletcher, Peggy Noonan, Judy Sokol, Michael Keith, Carl Low, Jack Betts, Robert Sloat, Joseph Allen, Jr., etc. Originally produced (1940) by Sam H. Harris and directed by Geore S. Kaufman.
38 George White's Scandals : Yearly Revues with sketches by George White, W.K. Wells, Herbert Ward, Andy Rice, W.C. Fields, Bugs Baer, Matt Brooks, Eddie Davis, Lew Brown, Irving Caesar, etc. Music by George Gershwin (Portrayed by Robert Alda in the 1945 biopic, "Rhapsody in Blue"), Lew Brown, Ray Henderson (Lew Brown adn Ray Henderson were portrayed by Ernest Borgnine and Dan Dailey in the 1956 biopic, "The Best Things in Life Are Free"), Sammy Fain, Cliff Friend, George White, B.G. De Sylva (Portrayd by Gordon MacRae in the 1956 biopic, "The Best Things in Life Are Free"), etc. Lyrics by Jack Yellen, Cliff Friend, George White, B.G. De Sylva, E. Ray Goetz, Ballard McDonald, Lew Brown, Arthur Jackson, James Hanley, Irving Caesar, Herb Magidson, etc. Produced at various theatres (1921 - 40) starring Winnie Lightner, W.C. Fields (Portrayed by Rod Steiger in the 1976 film, "W.C. Fields and Me"), Dolores Costello, Jack McGowan, Rudy Vallee, Ethel Merman, Willie and Eugene Howard, Ray Bolger, Ethel Barrymore Colt (Daughter of Ethel Barrymore), Gale Quadruplets, Ben Blue, Ella Logan, Ann Miller, Ann Pennington, Tom Patricola, Harry Richman, Mitchell and Durant, James Carty, Peggy Dolan, The DeMarcos, Aunt Jemima, George White, Lou Holtz, Helen Morgan, Harry Fox, Max Steiner, The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Curly Howard and Larry Fine), Raymond Middleton (Ray Middleton), Carol Bruce, Paul Whiteman and His Palais Royal Orchestra, Knight Sisters, "The Most Beautiful Show Girls on the Stage" etc. All productions directed by George White. Choreographed by George White and Russell Markert. Songs include: "Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries," "The Thrill is Gone," "That's Why Darkies Were Born," "The Good Old Days," "Are You Having Any Fun?," "Tel-U-Vision," "The Mexiconga," "The Birth of the Blues," This Is My Lucky Day," "A Real American Tune," "The Man of the Hour," "The Whosis Whatsis," "Year After Year We're Together," "Somebody Loves Me," "Sunny South Sea Islands," "Argentina," "I Can Tell Where They're From, When They Dance," "Laugh Your Cares Away," "Love Birds, "Poop -A-Doop," etc.
38 Georgette Lemeunier : "Comedie en 4 Actes" by Maurice Donnay (No location or date listed) starring Raymond Faure, Claude Benedict, Paul Cerny, Andree Mery, etc. Billed with "Son Homme" - a one-act sketch.
38 Georgiennes, Les : "Grand Military Spectacle" with "Female Drum Chorus, Treble Chorus, Aimee on 'Horseback', The Elephant 'Yusuf'' and Dan Bryants's celebrated Baby Trick Elephant, 'Mackaw'". Produced at the Grand Opera House (NYC - 1871).
38 Georgy : "A New Musical" by Tom Mankiewicz (Based on the novel by Margaret Forster and a screenplay by Margaret Forster and Peter Nichols). Music by George Fischoff. Lyrics by Carole Bayer. Produced by Fred Coe at various theatres (1970) starring Dilys Watling, John Castle, Melissa Hart, Stephen Elliot, Richard Quarry, etc. Directed by Peter Hunt. Choreographed by Howard Jeffrey. Songs include: "Frickered Fling," "Something Special," "Toy Balloon," "Georgy," etc.
38 Geraldi Duval : or "The Banditt of Bohemia" produced at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London - 1821). Billed with "The Coronation" and "The Grand Entre of The Champion".
38 Geranium Hat, The : Book by Bernard Evslin. Produced by Saul Gottlieb and Robert Welber at the Orpheum Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Tom Luce, Flora Elkins, Leon B. Stevens, Tom Carlin, etc. Directed by David Brooks.
38 Geraniums In My Window : "A Folk Comedy of Manhattan" by Samuel Ornitz and Vera Caspary. Produced by Phil Baker and Laura Wilck at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1934) starring Sam Levene ("Guys and Dolls," etc.), Tom Ewell, Viola Richard, Audrey Christie, etc. Directed by Sidney Salkow.
38 German Prince, A : "A New Singing Comedy" by A. C. Gunter. Produced by Sidney R. Ellis at the Garrick Theatre (St.Louis - 1911) starring Al. H. Wilson, Edward Barbour, Ben Holmes, Edith Yeager, etc.
38 German Professor, The : "A Seaside Story" (No author, location or date listed) starring W.J. Florence, Lindsey Harris, Hudson Liston, Charles Dade, Helen Corlett, etc.
38 Gertie (by E. Bagnold) : "A New Comedy-Drama" by Enid Bagnold. Produced by Herman Shumlin at various theatres (1952) starring Glynis Johns, Alan Napier (Most famous as "Alfred the Butler" on television's "Batman"), Robert Duke, Albert Dekker ("Dr. Cyclops," etc. on film), etc. Directed by Herman Shumlin.
38 Gertie (by T. Bussiere) : "A Comedy in Three Acts" by Tadema Bussiere. Produced by The Temple Theatre Players at the Temple Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1927) starring Frances Brandt, William Carey, Sumner Gard, Irene Homer, etc. Directed by Thomas A. Magrane.
38 Gertrude Stein, Gertrude Stein, Gertrude Stein : Book by Marty Martin. Produced at various theatres (1981-84) starring Pat Carroll as "Gertrude Stein" in a one-woman show. Directed by Milton Moss.
38 Get Away Old Man : "An American Play and Nothing Else" by William Saroyan. Produced by George Abbott at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1943) starring Edward Begley (Ed Begley), Richard Widmark, Glenn Anders, Joyce Mathews (Wife of Milton Berle, Billy Rose, Don Beddoe, etc.), Mason Adams, etc. Directed by George Abbott.
38 Get Rich Quick Wallingford : "Great Comedy Success" by George M. Cohan (Based on the stories of George Randolph Chester). Various productions (1911 - 16) starring Grant Mitchell, Russell Pincus, Frances Ring, Winthrop Chamberlain, Tom Howard, May Buckley, Wilson Day, Fredric Bond, Jr., Harry Lorraine, Dart Edwards, Carl Gerard, Sidney L. Mason, Frank Wilcox, Fred Pelligrini, etc.
38 Gethsemane Springs : "A Buffo-Romance in Three Movements" by Harvey Perr. Produced at the Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles - 1977) starring Tyne Daly, Paul Hampton, Diana Scarwid, Charles Shull, Gail Strickland, Joyce Van Patten (Co-star of "television's "The Danny Kaye Show," etc.Sister of Dick Van Patten. Wife of Martin Balsam), John Anderson, etc. Directed by John Sullivan.
38 Getting Gertie's Garter : "A Farce" by Wilson Collison and Avery Hopwood. Produced at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1927) starring Frank Wilcox, Josephine Fox, Dorothy Holmes, etc. Directed by Warren Wade.
38 Getting Married : "A Satirical Comedy" by George Bernard Shaw. Various productions (1917 - 67) starring William Faversham, John Harwood, Hilda Spong, Arleen Hackett, E.E. Clive, Alan Mowbray, Philip Tonge, Charles Hampden, Antony Holland, Graham Curnow, Bramwell Fletcher, Edith Meiser, Arthur Treacher, Barbara Britton, John Merivale, Peggy Wood, Lumsden Hare, Margaret Wycherly, Henry Travers, Ernest Cossart, Dorothy Gish, Peg Entwistle (Most famous for her suicide leap from the "Hollywoodland" sign), Helen Westley, Ian Carmichael, Alec Clunes, Moira Lister, Googie Withers, Cedric Hardwicke, Dennis King, Margaret Bannerman, etc.
38 Getting On : Book by Alan Bennett. Produced at the Queen's Theatre (London - 1971) starring Kenneth More, Gemma Jones, Brian Cox, Mona Washbourne, etc. Directed by Patrick Garland.
38 Getting Out : "A New Play" by Marsha Norman. Produced at the Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles - 1978) starring Susan Clark, Griffin Dunne (Son of Dominick Dunne), Conchata Ferrell, etc. Directed by Gordon Davidson.
38 Getting Together : Book by Major Beith (Ian Hay) and J. Hartley Manners. Songs by Lieut. Gitz Rice. Produced at various theatres (1918) starring Blanche Bates, Holbrook Blinn, Joseph Weiss, Ruth Benson, etc. Directed by Holbrook Blinn and produced "under the auspices of the British-Canadian Recruiting Mission and with the cooperation of the United States Military and Naval Forces and the Tank "Britannia' ". Songs include: "Keep Your Head Down, Fritzie Boy," "We Stopped Them on the Marne," "I Want to Go Home," etc.
38 Ghost Between, The : Book by Vincent Lawrence. Produced at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1926) starring Frank Wilcox, Kay Strozzi, Hal Brown, etc.
38 Ghost Breaker, The : "A Play in Four Acts ' by Charles Goddard and Paul Dickey. Various productions (1913-14) starring Henry B. Warner (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"), James Bevins, Ford Fenimore, Margaret Boland, Sara Biala, May Buckley, John Halliday, etc.
38 Ghost of Yankee Doodle, The : "A Play in Two Acts" by Sidney Howard. Produced by The Theatre Guild at various theatres (1937) starring Ethel Barrymore, Dudley Digges, Frank Conroy, Marilyn Erskine, Jack Kelly, Richard Carlson, Lloyd Gough, etc. Directed by John Cromwell (Father of James Cromwell).
38 Ghost On Tiptoe, A : Book by Robert Morley and Rosemary Anne Sisson. Produced at the Savoy Theatre (London - 1974) starring Robert Morley, William Franklyn, Joyce Carey, Ambrosine Phillpotts, etc. Directed by Jan Butlin.
38 Ghost Train, The : "A Mystery Comedy" by Arnold Ridley. Various productions (1926 - 43) starring Caleb Porter, Walter Hudd, Richard Bird, Mary Clare, Elizabeth Whiting, Rose Purves, Dudley Clapp, Glen Heedy, Francis Olmsted, Max Millikan, Frank Camp, Tommy Shearer, Mabel Griffith, Hugh O' Connell, Josephine Fox, Frank Wilcox, etc.
38 Ghostlight : Book by Ken Jones. Music by Sid Cherry. Produced at the University of Florida Constans Theatre (Gainesville, FL - 1984) starring Freddie Jones, Mike King, Karen Hinton, etc. Directed by E. James Cook. Choreographed by Eric Brandt Nielsen. Songs include: "Life is a Drama," "Master of Souls," "Why Not Me," etc.
38 Ghosts : "A Family-Drama in Three Acts" by Henrik Ibsen. Various productions and adaptations (1914-82) starring Alla Nazimova, Ona Munson, Harry Ellerbee, Chloe Ashcroft, Peggy Ashcroft, Raymond O' Brien, Eva Le Gallienne, Jean Hagen, Liv Ullman, John Neville, Edward Binns, Kevin Spacey, Jane Murray, Mary Shaw, Bessie Hatton, Dorothy Drake, Jane Mandel, Jerry Mayer, Leueen MacGrath, Shepperd Strudwick, Carrie Nye (Wife of Dick Cavett), Minnie Maddern Fiske ("Mrs. Fiske"), Jarvis Kerr, Elizabeth Hunt, Harry Herbert, Mary Shaw, Arthur Shaw, etc
38 Giant On The Ceiling : Book by Alice Eve Cohen. Produced at The Practical Cats Theatre (NYC - 1991) starring Alice Eve Cohen, Charlotte Colavin, Iona Morris, Steve Nisbet, etc. Directed by Alma Becker.
38 Giants, Sons Of Giants : "A New Play" by Joseph Kramm. Produced by Charles A. Totero and William F. Cioffi at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1962) starring Nancy Kelly, Claude Dauphin, Paul McGrath, Tom Shirley, Franklin Cover, etc. Directed by Joseph Kramm.
38 Giddy Throng, The : "The Famous Burlesque Review" by Sydney Rosenfeld. Music by A. Baldwin Sloane. Produced at the New York Theatre as the finale of a vaudeville bill (NYC - 1901) starring May Yohe, Mabel Fenton, Charles Prince, Pat Rooney, etc. Also on the bill: Emma Carus and Company, Ernest Hogan ("The Unbleached American"), Laura Burt, Henri French, etc.
38 Gideon : "A New Play" by Paddy Chayefsky. Various productions (1961-63) starring Fredric March, Douglas Campbell, Eric Barry, Alan Bergmann, Victor Kilian, Little Egypt, George Segal, James Westerfield, Harry Raybould, Morris Ankrum, Yasminna, Gerald Hiken, etc. Originally produced (1961) by Fred Coe and Arthur Cantor and directed by Tyrone Guthrie.
38 Gift Horse, a : "A New Comedy for Broadway" by Albert E. Lewin and Burt Styler. Produced by Frank Carrington and Laurence Feldman at the Paper Mill Playhouse (Milburn, NJ - 1963) starring Bert Wheeler (Originally a member of the comedy team Wheeler and Woolsey), Glenda Farrell, Robert Donley, Erik Rhodes, Joseph Keating, Remak Ramsay, etc. Directed by David Pressman.
38 Gift Of Fury, A : Book by Herbert Blau. Produced by The Actor's Workshop (San Francisco - No date) starring Neva Fowler, Tom Rosqui, Priscilla Pointer, Winifred Mann, etc. Directed by Herbert Blau.
38 Gift Of Gold : One-Act Play by Harold J. Kennedy. Produced by The Yale University School of the Fine Arts/The Department of Drama with two other one-act plays ("Miss Buell" by Gordon Alderman and "Mennonite" by William S. Banks, Jr.) and "The Mercenary Match" by Barnabas Bidwell at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1936) starring Arthur l. Sachs, Marion Rooney, Arthur Ross, Ruth Lane, etc.
38 Gift Of Time, A : Book by Garson Kanin (Based on the book, "Death of a Man" by Lael Tucker Wertenbaker). Produced by William Hammerstein (Son of Oscar Hammerstein II) at various theatres (1962) starring Henry Fonda, Olivia de Havilland, Marian Seldes, Guy Sorel, Josep Campanella, Rufus Smith, Barbara Barrie, Leo Bloom, etc. Directed by Garson Kanin (Husband of Ruth Gordon and Marian Seldes).
38 Gigi : "A Comedy" by Anita Loos (Adapted from Colette's novel). Various productions (1952 - 76) starring Audrey Hepburn, Cathleen Nesbitt, Michael Evans, Josephine Brown, Leslie Caron, Tony Britton (By permission of British Lion Films, Ltd.), Estelle Winwood, Patrice Pesak, Sam Chalker, Margaret Bannerman, Carlin Glynn, Betty Bendyk, Peter Donat, Gerry Jedd, Catharine Doucet, Lila Kedrova, Hugh Morton, Cathy O' Donnell, Rochelle Oliver, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Marisa Pavan, Harry Ellerbe, Polly Holliday, Lee Grant, Vi Powlan, etc. Originally produced by Gilbert Miller and directed by Raymond Rouleau.
38 Gigi (Musical) : "A New Musical for Broadway" with book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner (based on the novel by Colette). Music by Frederick Loewe. Various productions (1973 - 96) starring Alfred Drake, Agnes Moorehead, Maria Karnilova, Daniel Massey (Son of Raymond Massey), Karin Wolfe, Joe Ross, Sandahl Bergman, Joel Pressman, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Beryl Reid, Amanda Waring, Sian Phillips, Gavin Macleod, Liliane Montevecchi, Geoffrey Burridge, Terese Stevens, George Gaynes, Louis Jourdan, Betsy Palmer, Taina Elg, etc. Originally produced (1973) by Edwin Lester and Saint-Subber, directed by Joseph Hardy and choreographed by Onna White. Songs include: "Thank Heaven for Little Girls," "It's a Bore," "I Remember It Well," "Gigi," "I'm Glad I'm Not Young Anymore," "The Night They Invented Champagne," etc.
38 Gilded Fool, A : "An Original American Comedy" by Henry Guy Carleton. Various productions (1892 - 1904) starring Nat C. Goodwin, Henry Lee, Sidney Wilmer, Estelle Mortimer, Minnie Dupree, Walter Alen, Edwin Nicander, John Craig, Tony Cummings, Leonora Bradley, Hope Ross, Vaughan Glaser, Justin Paige, etc.
39 Gin Game, The : "The 1978 Pulitzer Prize Play" by D. L. Coburn. Various productions (1978 - 97) starring Jessica Tandy, Hume Cronyn, Julie Harris, Charles Durning, Natalie Norwick, Tom Troupe (Husband of Carole Cook), E.G. Marshall, Maureen Stapleton, Nancy Walker, Pat Hingle, George Hall, Marian Primont, etc. Original 1978 production directed by Mike Nichols. Produced in 1997 by Tony Randall and the National Actors Theatre (directed by Charles Nelson Reilly).
39 Ginger Man, The : Book by J.P. Donleavy. Produced at The Orpheum Theatre (NYC - 1963) starring Patrick O' Neal, Marian Seldes (Wife of Garson Kanin), Stefan Gierasch and Margaret Phillips. Directed by Leo Garen.
39 Gingerbread Lady, The : "A New Play" by Neil Simon. Various productions (1970 -89) starring Maureen Stapleton, Betsy von Furstenberg, Michael Lombard, Jean Harrison, Debbie Dieb, Elaine Kerr, Vincent Baggetta, Lucy Saroyan (Daughter of William Saroyan), Nicholas Guest, Michael Lipton, Nancy Kelly, Michael Fairman, Janis Paige, Alan Sues (Co-star of televisin's "Laugh -In"), Kelly Rowan, Kip Niven (Husband of Linda Lavin), etc. Various productions directed by Robert Moore, Anthony Perkins, Jeremiah Morris, etc.
39 Gingham Dog, The : Book by Lanford Wilson. Produced by Haila Stoddard, Mark Wright, Duane Wilder and Harold Scott at the John Golden Theatre (NYC - 1969) starring George Grizzard, Diana Sands, Roy London and Karen Grassle (Co-star of television's "Little House on the Prairie"). Directed by Alan Schneider.
39 Gingham Girl, The : "A Musical Comedy" by Daniel Kusell. Music by Albert Von Tilzer. Lyrics by Neville Fleeson. Various productions (1922-25) starring Russell Mack, William Holly, Helen Ford, Eleanor Dawn, Dolly Lewis, George Hopper, Lillian Young, Flo Irwin, Lottie Lee, etc. Directed by Daniel Kusell and Edgar MacGregor. Choreographed by Sammy Lee. Songs include: "The Down East Flapper," "Down Greenwich Village Way," "You Must Learn the Latest Dances," etc.
39 Gioconda Smile, The : "A Drama Based on the Foibles of the Mind" by Aldous Huxley. Various productions (1950 - 62) starring Basil Rathbone, Valerie Taylor, George Relph, Linda Darnell, Currier Smith, Helen S. Peterson, etc. Originally produced and directed (1950) by Shepard Traube.
39 Gipsy Father, The : Produced at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden (London - 1831). Billed with "Napoleon Bonaparte".
39 Gipsy Love : "A Musical Play in Three Acts" by A.M. Willner and Robert Bodanzky. English libretto by Basil Hood. Music by Franz Lehar. Lyrics by Adrian Ross. Produced by George Edwardes at Daly's Theatre (London - 1912) starring Robert Michaelis, Harry Dearth, Fred Kaye, Sari Petrass, Mabel Russell, etc. Choreographed by Edward Royce, Dorma Leigh and Oy-Ra.
39 Gipsy Trail, The : "A Romance of 1917" by Robert Housum. Produced by Arthur Hopkins at the Cort Theatre (Chicago - 1917) staring William Riley Hatch, Ina Brooks, William Blaisdell, Otto Kruger, etc. Directed by Arthur Hopkins.
39 Gipsey's Haunt, The : or "The Thwarted Revenge" by T.W. Camm. Produced at the Museum Theatre (Providence, RI - 1852) starring J. Barry. Billed with "How To Pay the Rent!," "The Last Days of Pompeii" and "His Last legs".
39 Giralda : "A Romantic and Comic Opera" by Adolphe Adam (Arranged and adapted by Oscar Well). Produced by the Boston Ideal Opera Company at the Utica (NY) Opera House (1885) starring Geraldine Ulmar, Mathilde Phillipps, Tom Karl, Harry Dale, Marie Stone, Agnes Huntington, etc.
39 Girl And The Governor, The : "A Comic Opera" by S. M. Brenner. Music by Julian Edwards. Produced by The Jefferson De Angelis Opera Company at The Nixon Theatre (Pittsburgh - 1906) starring Jefferson De Angelis, J.C. Miron, Richie Ling, Andrew Bogart, etc. Directed by Jefferson De Angelis. Songs include: "That's the Kind of Wily Savage I Am," "The Musical Bullfrog," "The Amorous Pigeon," "In the Land of the Free," etc.
39 Girl And The Judge, The : "A New and Original Comedy" by Clyde Fitch. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1901-02) starring Annie Russell, Orrin Johnson, Arthur Schwartz, John Glendinning, etc. Directed by Clyde Fitch.
39 Girl And The Kaiser, The : "An Operetta in Three Acts" by Bernhard Buchbinder (American version by Leonard Liebling). Produced by Sam S. and Lee Shubert at the Sam S. Shubert Memorial Theatre (Saint Louis - 1911) starring Kenneth Hunte, Clarence Stokes, Robert Vivian, Florence Morrison, Edith Decker, etc. Directed by Sidney Ellison. Songs include: "Oh, Kaiser, Dear Kaiser," "Only a Gypsy Maid," "At Court," etc.
39 Girl And The Wizard, The : "A Romance of the Austrian Tyrol" by J. Hartley Manners. Music by Julian Edwards. Lyrics by Robert B. Smith and Edward Madden. Produced by Sam S. and Lee Shubert at various theatres (1909-10) starring Sam Bernard, George W. Barnum, Patricia Collinge, Kitty Gordon, Charles K. Burrows, Flora Parker, etc. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Songs include: "Oh How That German Could Love," "La Belle Parisienne," "How Can You Toot," etc.
39 Girl At The Gate, The : "The Chicago-Made Musical Comedy" by Will M. Hough and Frederick Donaghey. Music by Ben M. Jerome. Produced by Harry Askin at the Century Theatre (St. Louis - 1913) starring Herbert Corthell, Lucy Weston, Forrest Winant, Mortimer Weldon, Bertram Grasby, Mabel Callahan, Tux Worm, etc. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Songs include: "You Can Flirt in All Kinds of Languages," "The World's All Wrong Again," "In Panama," etc.
39 Girl Behind The Counter, The : "The New Musical Comedy" by Leedham Bantock and Arthur Anderson (Freely adapted and reconstructed by Edgar Smith). Music by Howard Talbot. Lyrics by Arthur Anderson. Produced by Sam S. and Lee Shubert and Lew Fields (Of the comedy team, "Weber and Fields") at Lew Fields Herald Square Theatre (NYC - 1907) starring Lew Fields, Vernon Castle (Portrayed by Fred Astaire in the 1939 biopic, "The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle"), Dorothy Marlowe, Connie Ediss, Patsy Mitchell, etc. Songs include: "The Enterprising Frenchman," "The Bandbox Girl," "When I Was in the Chorus at the Gaiety," "Frivolity," etc.
39 Girl Behind The Gun, The : Book and lyrics by Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse (Founded on "Madam and Her Godson" by Maurice Hennequin and Pierre Veber). Music by Ivan Caryll. Produced by Klaw and Erlanger at The New Amsterdam Theatre (NYC - 1918) starring Ada Meade, Virginia O' Brien, Donald Brian, Frank Doane, John E. Hazard, etc. Directed by Edgar MacGregor. Choreographed by Julian Mitchell. Songs include: "Godsons and Godmothers," "Back to the Dear old Trenches," Flags of Allies," etc.
39 Girl Can Tell, A : "A New Comedy" by F. Hugh Herbert. Produced by Richard Aldrich and Richard Myers in association with Julius Fleischmann at various theatres (1953) starring Janet Blair, Paul McGrath, Tod Andrews, Marshall Thompson, Jack Whiting, Barry McGuire, Bill Windom (William Windom), etc. Directed by F. Hugh Herbert.
39 Girl Could Get Lucky, A : "A New Comedy" by Don Appell. Produced by Gerard Oestreicher and Laurence Feldman at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1964) starring Betty Garrett (Wife of Larry Parks) and Pat Hingle. Directed by Don Appell.
39 Girl Crazy : "The New Musical Comedy" by Guy Bolton and John McGowan. Music by George Gershwin. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin (George and Ira Gershwin were portrayed by Robert Alda and Herbert Rudley in the 1945 biopic, "Rhapsody in Blue"). Various productions (1930 - 60) starring Ethel Merman, Ginger Rogers, Willie Howard, June Carr, Lew Parker, Antonio and Renee DeMarco ("The DeMarcos"), Allen Kearns, Eunice Healy, Chief Rivers, Starr Jones, Red Nichols and His Orchestra (Red Nichols was portrayed by Danny Kaye in the 1959 biopic, "The Five Pennies"), Ted Ross, Wilma Stack, Pete Palmer, John Farrell, Nancy Radcliffe, Danny Scholl, Harvey Lembeck (Most famous as "Eric Von Zipper" in the "Beach Party" film series), Sid Raymond, Al Lewis (Most famous as "Grandpa" on television's "The Munsters"), etc. Originally produced (1930) by Alex A. Aarons and Vinton Freedley, directed by Alexander Leftwich and choreographed by George Hale. Songs include: "Bidin' My Time," "Embraceable You," "I Got Rhythm," "But Not For Me," "Treat Me Rough," etc.
39 Girl Friend, The : "A Musical Comedy" by Herbert Fields (Son of Lew 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"). Various productions (1926-28) starring Frank Doane, Pauline Potter, Dorothy Barber, Sam White, Eva Puck, Ethel Arden, Ernest Trimmingham, etc. Originally produced and directed (1926) by Lew Fields and choreographed by Jack Haskell. Additional music and lyrics by Gus Kahn (Portrayed by Danny Thomas in the 1951 biopic, "I'll See You in My Dreams") and Con Conrad. Songs include: "The Girl Friend," "The Blue Room," "Creole Crooning Song," "I'm In Love," "Mountain Greenery," "How Long Has This Been Going On," etc.
39 Girl From Brazil, The : "A Musical Comedy" by Edgar Smith (From the original of Julius Brammer and Alfred Grunwald). Music by Robert Winterberg and Sigmund Romberg (Portrayed by Jose Ferrer in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart"). Lyrics by Matthew Woodward. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at the Broad Street Theatre (Newark, NJ - 1916) starring Richard Temple, Betty Brown, Maude Odell, etc. Directed by Benrimo. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster.
39 Girl From Chili, The : "The Dainty Musical Comedy" produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1914) starring Olive Vail, Hazel Regan, Maude Plunkett, William Hack, etc. Songs include: "The Kangaroo Dance," "There's No Fool Like an Old Fool," "Just for a Rose," etc.
39 Girl From Kay's, The : "The Farcical Comedy with Music" by Owen Hall. Music by Ivan Caryll. Lyrics by Adrian Ross. Various productions (1904-05) starring Sam Bernard, Harry Davenport, Grace Dudley, Maude Granger, Maurice Farkoa, Maud Hobson, Margaret Thompson, Lily Moore, Ruth Lincoln, Letty Lind, Willie Edouin, etc.
39 Girl From Maxim's The : "Newest Farce" by George Feydeau. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Grand Opera House (NYC - c. 1899) starring W.J. Ferguson, Lewis Baker, Royal Thayer, Wales Winter, Josephine Hall, Blanche Cerf, Florence Otis, etc. Directed by Joseph Humphreys.
39 Girl From Mumm's, The : See "The Girl From Chili".
39 Girl From Nantucket, The : "A New Musical Comedy" by Paul Stanford and Harold Sherman (Additional Dialogue by Hy Cooper). Music by Jacques Belasco. Lyrics by Kay Twomey. Additional music and lyrics by Hughie Prince and Dick Rogers. Produced by Henry Adrian at the Adelphi Theatre (NYC - 1945) starring Jack Durant (Formerly of the comedy team of "Mitchell and Durant"), Jane Kean (Co-star of television's "The (Color) Honeymooners"), Bob Kennedy, Rapps and Tapps, Marion Niles, Johnny Eager, etc. Directed by Edward Clarke Lilley and Henry Adrian. Choreographed by Val Raset. Songs include: "Take The Steamer to Nantucket," "Magnificent Failure," "Isn't It a Lovely View," "I Love That Boy," etc.
39 Girl From Paris, The : "The Latest London Novelty" by George Dance. Music by Ivan Caryll. Various productions (1896 - 1910) starring Charles A. Bigelow, Adele Archer, Frank Smithson ("First appearance in America"), Ida Rock, Josephine Hall ("By kind permission of Mr. Charles Frohman"), Alexander Clark, Clara Lipman, Ebenezer Honeycomb, Minnie Fuller, Mamie Gilroy, Al Shean (Formerly of the comedy team of "Gallagher and Shean"), etc. Songs include: "Hi! for the Thames on a Summer's Day," "Now Darling We Must Part," "Hail the Hero of the Day," etc.
39 Girl From Rector's, The : Book by Paul M. Potter. Produced by A.H. Woods at the Boston Theatre (Boston, MA - 1910) starring Gertrude Millington, George Anderson, Frank Herbert, Elita Proctor Otis, etc.
39 Girl From Tokio, The : "The Laughing Success of the Season" by Frank Tannehill, Jr. and George W. Barnum (Adapted from the German of Robert Pohl). Produced at the La Salle Theatre (St. Louis - 1912) starring Julia Morton, May Holton, Allen Brander, Maurice Bardwell, etc. Directed by Frank O. Miller.
39 Girl From Up There, The : "A Musical Comedy in Three Acts" by Hugh Morton. Music by Gustave Kerker. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Herald Square Theatre (NYC - 1907) starring Edna May, Harry Kelly, Harry Davenport, Fred Stone and David Montgomery (Song and dance team - Most famous as "The Scarecrow" and "The Tin Man" in the 1903 production of "The Wizard of Oz"), etc. Directed by Julian Mitchell.
39 Girl From Utah, The : "The Musical Comedy in Seven Scenes" by James T. Tanner. Music by Paul Rubens and Sydney Jones. Additional numbers by Jerome D. Kern. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1915) starring Julia Sanderson, Donald Brian, Joseph Cawthorn, William Hobart, Harry Law, etc. Songs include: "When We Meet the Mormon," "Florrie the Flapper," "They Didn't Believe Me," "In the Movies," etc.
39 Girl He Couldn't Buy, The : "A Melodramatic Comedy" by Sumner Nichole. Produced by Arthur C. Aiston at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1916) starring Mabelle Estelle, John R. Hendley, Victor Harvey, Irene Reels, etc.
39 Girl I Left Behind Me, The : "Greatest of All Military Plays" by Franklin Fyles and David Belasco. Various productions (1893 - 99) starring Frank Lathrop, Arthur Hayden, Odette Tyler, William Morris, Vaughan Glaser, Charley Minter, Maclyn Arbuckle, George Enos, Violet Rand, Alberta Lee, W. H. Stuart, etc.
39 Girl I Love, The : "A Frolic Play" by C. V. Kerr and R.H. Burnside. Music by John S. Zamecnik and H. L. Sanford. Lyrics by R.H. Burnside. Produced by The La Salle Opera Company at various theatres (1911) starring Victor Morley, George Fox, Hazel Drake, etc. Directed by Frank Smithson. Songs include: "Phoebe Snow," "We're A Bunch of Mercenary Murderers," "Life is Like a Dance," etc.
39 Girl In Pink Tights, The : "A New Musical Extravaganza" by Jerome Chodorov and Joseph Fields (Son of Lew Fields). Music by Sigmund Romberg (Portrayed by Jose Ferrer in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart"). Lyrics by Leo Robin. Produced by Shepard Traube in association with Anthony B. Farrell at various theatres (1954) starring Jeanmaire, Charles Goldner, David Atkinson, Brenda Lewis, John Taliaferro, Maurice Hines (Brother of Gregory Hines), Gregory Hines, etc. Directed by Shepard Traube. Choreographed by Agnes De Mille. Songs include: "That Naughty Show from Gay Paree," "I Promised Their Mothers," "Lost in Loveliness," "My Heart Won't Say Goodbye," "Love is the Funniest Thing," etc.
39 Girl In The Barracks, The : Book by Curt Kraatz and Heinrich Stobitzer. Produced at the Grand Opera House (NYC - 1900) starring Louis Mann, Clara Lipman, Joseph Coyne, Thornton Cole, George W. Barnum, etc.
39 Girl In The Coffin, The : "A Drama" by Theodore Dreiser (Brother of songwriter Paul Dresser). Produced at The Comedy Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Marjorie McClintock, Kate Morgan, Jay Strong, etc. Directed by Edward Goodman.
39 Girl In The Freudian Slip, The : Book by William F. Brown. Produced at Trader Glick's Dinner Theatre (Jacksonville, FL - c. 1975) starring Jerry Allen, Margaret Oehlbeck, Jeanne McMillen, etc. Directed by Jay Harder.
39 Girl In The Limousine, The : "A New Farce" by Wilson Collison and Avery Hopwood. Various productions (1920-21) starring Lee Kelso, Archer Curtis, Marion Ballou, Ralph Murphy, Willard Foster, Raymond Bramley, etc. Originally produced (1920) by A.H. Woods and directed by Bertram Harrison.
39 Girl In The Taxi, The : Book by Anthony Mars (Adapted by Stanislaus Stange). Various productions (1911-14) starring Carter De Haven (Father of Gloria De Haven), Jeanette Bageard, Clifford Heckinger, Katherine Smythe, Jessie Millward, Fred Bond, Frank Farrington, Jessie Maker, Georgie Falkner, Daisy Davenport, Jack Norval, Bobby Barry, Helen Greene, Wilson Day, etc.
39 Girl In The Train, The : "Die Geschiedene Frau" by Victor Leon (Adapted from the German). Music by Leo Fall. Lyrics by Adrian Ross. Produced by George Edwardes at the Vaudeville Theatre (No location listed - 1910) starring Clara Evelyn, May Marton, Phyllis Dare, Robert Evett, Fred Emney, etc. Directed by Edward Royce.
39 Girl Of My Dreams, The : "The New Musical Play" by Wilbur D. Nesbit and Otto Hauerbach (Otto Harbach). Music by Karl Hoschna. Produced by Joseph M. Gaites at the Century Theatre (St. Louis - 1912) starring John Hyams, Leila McIntyre ("The Quaker Girl"), Harold Forbes, Frank McEwen, Anna Breucher, Carrie Bowman, Della Niven, etc. Directed by Frank Smithson. Songs include: "Bachelor Days," "Quaker Talk," "The Girl Who Wouldn't Spoon," "Dr. Tinkle Tinker," etc.
39 Girl Of The Golden West, The (Operetta) : Filed with Belknap Music Collection - see "Opera/Operetta Programs"
39 Girl Of The Golden West, The (Straight play) : "A Play of California in the Days of '49" by David Belasco. Various productions (1905 - 65) starring Blanche Bates, James Kirkwood, Harriet Sterling, Carson Davenport, Charles Mather, Wilson Day, May Buckley, Carmen Melis, Florencia Constantino, Frank Keenan, Robert Hilliard, Chester Morris, Peter Cookson, Wallace Rooney, Ben Stone, Reuben Singer, etc.
39 Girl Of The Underworld, The : Book by Jack Gorman. Produced by Wee and Lambert at the La Salle Theatre (St. Louis - 1913) starring A.L. Evans, Victor Bouvier, June Bridges, etc. Directed by B.F. Clinton.
39 Girl On The Film, The : "A Musical Farce" by James T. Tanner (From the German of Rudolf Bernauer and Rudolf Schanzer). Music by Walter Kallo, Willy Bredschneider and Albert Sirmay. Lyrics by Adrian Ross. Various productions (1913-14) starring George Barrett, George Grundy, Gladys Guy, Connie Ediss, May Marton, John McArdle, Paul Plunkett, Mary Robson, etc.
39 Girl On The Via Flaminia, The : "A New Play" by Alfred Hayes. Produced by Emilie Stevens, Theodore Mann, Jose Quintero and Jason Wingreen at various theatres (1954) starring Betty Miller, Leo Penn (Father of Sean Penn), James Greene, Jason Wingreen (Co-star of television's "Archie Bunker's Place"), Peter Breck (Co-star of television's "The Big Valley"), Dick O' Neill, etc. Directed by Jose Quintero.
39 Girl Outside, The : Book by John King Hodges and Samuel Merwin. Produced by Alfred Aarons at the Little Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Charles Richman, Helen Strickland, Sidney Riggs, Lee Patrick, etc. Directed by Priestly Morrison.
39 Girl Overboard! : "A Quasi-Romantic Farce" by John Craig. Produced by The New England Productions Company at the Castle Square Theatre (Boston - No date) starring Mary Young, Edward Donnelly, Alfred Cross, Penelope Dudley, etc. Directed by John Craig and Alonzo Price. "The Fantastique" danced by Grace DeCarlton, Ballet Mistress of the Lerner Academy.
39 Girl That I Love, The : "Great Prize Drama" by Elliott Barnes. Produced in Canton, Ohio (1882-83) starring Daisy Ramsden, William H. Fitzgerald, Marie Bliss, etc.
39 Girl Wanted : Produced and directed by Thomas H. Davis and William T. Keogh at various theatres (1896) starring Frank Bush, Shorty Healy, John Dillon, Joe Hayden, Ola Hayden, etc.
39 Girl Who Came To Supper, The : "A New Musical Comedy" by Harry Kurnitz (Based on a play by Terence Ratttigan). Music and lyrics by Noel Coward (Portrayed by Daniel Massey in the 1968 biopic of Gertrude Lawrence, "Star"). Produced by Herman Levin at various theatres (1963-64) starring Jose Ferrer, Florence Henderson, Tessie O' Shea, Irene Browne, Sean Scully, Lucie Lancaster, etc. Directed and choreographed by Joe Layton. Costumes by Irene Sharaff. Songs include: "I've Been Invited to a Party," "London is a Little Bit of All Right', "Saturday Night at the Rose and Crown', "Soliloquies," "Her and Now," "This Time It's True Love', etc.
39 Girl Who Couldn't Quite, The : Book by Leo Marks. Produced by Bernard Goodman at the Theatre Royal, Bristol (1948) starring Michael Callan, Joan Seton, Marjorie Battiss, Owen Fellows, etc. Directed by Anthony Pigott.
39 Girl With The Green Eyes, The : "A New Play in Four Acts" by Clyde Fitch. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Park Theatre (Boston - 1903) starring Clara Bloodgood, Charles Abbott, Mary Blyth, Luciel Watson, Grant Mitchell, etc.
39 Girlies : "The Comic Supplement of the Dramatic Season" by George V. Hobart. Music and lyrics by Williams and Van Alstyne. Produced by Frederic Thompson at the New Amsterdam Theatre (NYC - 1910) starring Joseph Cawthorn, Jed Prouty, Ernets Truex, Edwin Stone, Maude Raymond, etc. Choreographed by Jack Mason.
39 Girls : "A Comedy in Three Acts" by Clyde Fitch. Various productions (1908 -14) starring Laura Nelson Hall, Zelda Sears, Leslie Kenyon, E.F. Bostwick, Bessie Toner, Ralph Kellard, Maisie Cecil, Anna Kiley, Douglas Dumbrille, Lew Walsh, etc.
39 Girls Against The Boys, The : "A New Musical Revue" with sketches and lyrics by Arnold B. Horwitt. Music by Richard Lewine. Additional music by Albert Hague (Composer of the music for the television holiday special, "How the Grinch Stole Christmas". Co-star of "Fame" on film and televison.). Produced by Albert Selden at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1959) starring Bert Lahr, Nancy Walker, Shelley Berman, Dick Van Dyke, Joy Nichols, June L. Walker, etc. Directed by Aaron Ruben. Choreographed by Boris Runanin. Songs include: "Light Travelin' Man," "Old Fashioned Girl," "Nobody Else But You," "I Gotta Have You," etc.
39 Girls In 509, The : Book by Howard Teichmann. Various productions (1958 - 60) starring Peggy Wood, Imogene Coca, King Donovan (Husband of Imogene Coca), Fred Stewart, Jane Groves, Mildred Ice, Frieda Forrest, Gladys Reine Combe, Paxton Moore, Fay Bainter, Ann B. Davis, Nelly Talbot, Mary Fletcher, Art Kassul, Clare Nelson Seidenbach, Mabel Walker Hotz, Cheerio Meredith, Jim Bullock, Sandy Kenyon, Eileen McNichol, Lois Akemann, etc. Originally produced (1958) by Alfred de Liagre, Jr. and directed by Bretaigne Windust.
39 Girls In Uniform : "Maedchen in Uniform" by Christa Winsloe. Various productions (1932-34) starring Rose Hobart, Jane Seymour, Velma Roberts, Ruth Gilbert (Co-star of "The Milton Berle Show," etc.), Roberta Beatty, Francis Gregg, Adele Harris, Sylvia Jaffe, Emilia Unda, Dorothea Wieck, etc.
39 Girls Of Gottenberg, The : "The Musical Comedy in Two Acts" by George Grossmith, Jr. and L.E. Berman. Music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Knickerbocker Theatre (c.1908) starring Gertie Millar, Ernest Cossart, Grant and Leech, Louise Dresser, etc.
39 Girls Of Summer : Book by N. Richard Nash. Various productions (1955-56) starring Dennis Edwards, Terence Knapp, Valerie Miller, Shelley Winters, Pat Hingle, George Peppard, Arthur Storch, Paul Stevens, etc. Originally produced in the U.S. by Cheryl Crawford and directed by Jack Garfein.
39 Gisippus : or "The Forgotten Friend" by Gerald Griffin. Produced at the Theatre Royal, Dublin (1842) starring William Charles Macready ("His Last Appearance, But One") Helen Faucet. Billed with "Robert Macaire".
39 Gisl : Book by Brendan Behan. Produced in Reykjavik, Iceland (1963) starring Valur Gislason, Kristin Magnus, Arnar Jonsson, etc.
39 Gismonda : Book by Victorien Sardou. Produced at the Imperial Theatre (St. Louis - 1911) starring Melbourne MacDowell, William Jossey, Henry C. Hall, Mabel Walker, Virginia Drew Trescott, etc. Directed by Edwin Denison.
39 Give 'Em Hell, Harry! : Book by Samuel Gallu. Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami, FL - 1992) starring Kevin McCarthy (As Harry S. Truman). Originally directed by Samuel Gallu.
39 Give Me Yesterday : Book by A.A. Milne. Produced by Charles Hopkins at various theatres (1931) starring Louis Calhern, Sylvia Field, Gladys Hanson, Jane Wyatt, Robert Vivian, Eric Blore, Nancy Kelly, etc. Directed by Charles Hopkins.
39 Give Us This Day : Book by Howard Koch. Produced by Francis I. Curtis and Richard Myers at the Broad Street Theatre (Philadelphia - 1933) starring Edith Barrett, Eleanor Phelps, Paul Guilfoyle, Harlan Briggs, etc. Directed by Arthur Sircom.
39 Glad Tidings : "A Romantic Comedy" by Edward Mabley. Various productions (1951-65) starring Melvyn Douglas, Signe Hasso, Haila Stoddard, Fay Sappington, Tallulah Bankhead, William Roerick, Evelyn Russell, etc. Various productions directed by Melvyn Douglas and Christopher Hewett.
39 Glamorous Night : Book and music by Ivor Novelo. Lyrics by Christopher Hassall. Produced by the St. Louis Municipal Opera at the Municipal Open Air Theatre (1942) starring Frederic Persson, Marion Wettstone, Al Downing, George Irving, etc. Directed by Richard H. Berger and John Kennedy. Choreographed by Theodore Adolphus. Songs include: "Fold Your Wings," "When the Gypsy Plays," "When They Play the Polka," etc.
39 Glass House, The : "A New Play" by Louis K. Anspacher. Produced by Martin Beck at the Century Theatre (St. Louis - 1912) starring Tim Murphy, Kathryn Kidder, Edwin Arden, Ralph Morgan (Brother of Frank Morgan), Frank Mills, etc.
39 Glass House Tapes, The : "Book is written around tape recorded professions made in 1971 and '72 of Louis Tackwood, a former informer and agent-provocateur for the Los Angeles Police Department's Criminal Conspiracy Section". The play deals with the "Symbionese Liberation Army" in Los Angeles in the early 1970s. "The Stage is Yours".
39 Glass Menagerie, The (2 Folders) : "A New Play" by Tennessee Williams. Various productions (1945 - 2001) starring Laurette Taylor, Eddie Dowling, Julie Haydon, Anthony Ross, Helen Hayes, Julie Harris, Joe Sullivan, Janette Richardson, Ruth Moore Mathews, James Reid, Margaret Moore, James Daly (Father of Tyne and Timothy Daly), Lonny Chapman (Founder of the Lonny Chapman Group Repertory Theatre, Burbank, CA), Lois Smith, George Grizzard, Pat Hingle, Piper Laurie, Maureen Stapleton, Blanche Kelly, Betty Field, Rip Torn, Paul Rudd, Pauline Lord, Edward Andrews, Peggy Wood, Jessica Tandy, Amanda Plummer (Daughter of Christopher Plummer and Tammy Grimes), Bruce Davison, John Heard, Joyce Savage, Constance Cummings, Madylon Powers, Mary Jane di Cosola, Anita Mary Steinau, Jan Miner (Most famous as "Madge, the Manicurist" on the Palmolive Dishwashing Detergent" commercials of the 1960s and 1970s), Stephen Joyce, Isa Cohen, Olive Luten, Alice Stewart, Faith Adams, Dick Owen, Jo Van Fleet, Eli Wallach, Anne Jackson (Wife of Eli Wallach), Helen MacKellar, Mary Doyle, Sada Thompson (Television's "Family," etc.), Rosemary Prinz, Calista Flockhart, Zeljko Ivanek, Mariam Lewis, Eugenie Yeuell, Victor Slezak, Elizabeth Ashley, Andrew McCarthy, Ruby Dee, Steven Dawn, Beverly Brigham Bowman, Kathryn Kelley, T.J. Edwards, etc. Originally produced (1945) by Eddie Dowling and Louis J. Singer and directed by Eddie Dowling and Margo Jones.
39 Glass Slipper, The : "A Comedy" by Ferenc Molnar ("Acting version by Philip Moeller"). Produced by The Theatre Guild at the Guild Theatre (NYC - 1925) starring Erskine Sanford, Martin Wolfson, Louis Cruger, Ralph McBane, etc. Directed by Philip Moeller.
39 Glengarry Glen Ross : "A New Play" by David Mamet. Various productions (1983-86) starring Joe Mantegna, Joseph Leon, J.T.Walsh, James Tolkan, Howard Witt, Mike Nussbaum, Robert Prosky, Lane Smith, Vincent Gardenia, Alan Manson, Peter Falk, J.J. Johnston, Derek Newark, Karl Johnson, James Grant, William L. Peterson, etc. Original New York production (1983) directed by Gregory Mosher.
39 Glimpse Of Paradise, A : "Farcical Comedy" by Joseph J. Dilley. Produced by The Sophomore Dramatic Association of Columbia University at the Carnegie Lyceum (NYC - 1902) starring Lewis G. Spence, William J. Mitchell, Dudley H. Morris, etc. Directed by Robert O. Jenkins.
39 Glittering Gate, The : "A Play in One Act" by Lord Dunsany. Produced in London (1910) starring Fred O' Donovan and J.M. Kerrigan. Billed with "The Eloquent Dempsy" by William Boyle. Produced at the Royal Court Theatre (London - 1910) starring Sara Allgood, Arthur Sinclair, J.M. Kerrigan, etc.
39 Glittering Gloria : Produced at Daly's Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Forrest Robinson, Adelaide Prince, Cyril Scott, etc.
39 Gloria : "A Comedy in Three Acts" by James B. Fagan. Produced by J.C. Huffman (No location listed - 1908) starring Julia Marlowe, Eugenie Woodward, Philip Brady, Samuel Goodman, etc.
39 Gloria And Esperanza : Book by Julie Bovasso. Produced by The La Mama Experimental Theatre Club at the American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA) Theatre (NYC - 1970) starring Kevin O' Connor, Herve Villechaize (Television's "Fantasy Island,," etc.), Ted Henning, Leonard Hicks, Julie Bovasso, Carl Wilson, Louis Ramos, etc. Directed by Julie Bovasso.
39 Gloriana : "A Farce Comedy" by James Mortimer. Various productions (1892) starring J. Herbert Leonard, Charles Drake, Otis Harlan, Ada Van Etta, Garrison Ball, Emily Bancker, George W. Barnum, Tillie Barnum, Charles B. Welles, Joseph Allen, Dion Boucicault, May Robson, etc.
39 Glorianna : "A Play With Music" with book and lyrics by Catherine Chisholm Cushing. Music by Rudolf Friml. Produced by John Cort at the National Theatre (Washington, DC - 1918) starring Eleanor Painter, Dorothy South, James Dunn, Margaret St. Clair, Polly Bowman, etc. Directed by Clifford Brooke. Choreographed by Bert French. Songs include: "The Dancing Lesson," "Crystal Ball," "Dance of the Porters," etc.
39 Glorious Resurrection Of Our Lord, The : Book by Nicolas of Wilkowiecko (Adapted with the addition of old Polish texts by Kazimierz Dejmek). Produced by The National Theatre of Poland at the Aldwych Theatre (London - 1967) starring Adam Mularczyk, Henry Krasnowiecki, Ewa Bonacka, etc. Directed by Kazimierz Dejmek.
39 Glory Hallelujah : "A New Play" by Thomas Mitchell and Bertram Bloch. Produced by Guthrie McClintic at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1926) starring June Walker, Augustus Yorke, Lee Tracy, Charles Bickford, Allen Jenkins, Phillip M. Sheridan, Worthington C. Miner, etc. Directed by Guthrie McClintic.
39 Gnome-King, The : or "The Giant Mountains" produced at The Theatre Royal, Covent Garden (London - 1819). Billed with "Isabella" and "Love for Love".
39 Go Ahead Joe Meek : "A Moving, Captivating, Exciting, Chaste Play Designed to Delight and Entertain the Most Fastidious" by Jane Erickson ("That Prolific and Popular Oregon Dramatist"). Produced by the Lake Oswego Community Theatre and Lewis and Clark College (Portland, Oregon - 1959) starring Elizabeth Weinel, Richard Smalley, Mark Speros, etc. Directed by Clifford E. Hamar.
39 Go Easy, Mabel : "The Musical Comedy Different" with book, music and lyrics by Charles George. Produced at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1922) starring Ethel Levey, Estelle Winwood, Will J. Deming, James C. Marlowe, Margaret Dumont (Most famous for her appearances in the films of the Marx Brothers), Russell Mack, Arthur Aylesworth, etc. Directed by Bertram Harrison and Julian Alfred.
39 Goat, The : or "Who is Sylvia?" by Edward Albee. Produced at the Golden Theatre (NYC - 2002) starring Bill Pullman, Mercedes Ruehl (Winner of the 1992 Best Supporting Actress Oscar for the film, "The Fisher King."), Stephen Rowe and Jeffrey Carlson. Directed by David Esbjornson.
39 Goat Song : Book by Franz Werfel (Translated by Ruth Langner). Produced by The Theatre Guild at The Guild Theatre (NYC - 1926) starring Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne, Blanche Yurka, Judith Lowry, Dwight Frye (Most famous for his supporting roles in the films, "Dracula" and "Frankenstein"), Helen Westley, Philip Loeb (Co-star of "The Goldbergs" on radio and television), Erskine Sanford, Martin Wolfson, Lee Strasburg, Harold Clurman, Edward G. Robinson, Zita Johan (Wife of John Houseman), Ruth Chandler, etc. Directed by Jacob Ben-Ami.
39 Goatsong : Book by Martin Shuttleworth. Produced at the Theatre Royal, Bristol (1961) starring Terence Davies, Diana Baggett, Norman Tyrrell, Leonard Rossiter (Star of television's "The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perin," etc.), etc. Directed by John Hale.
39 God And Kate Murphy : Book by Kieran Tunney and John Synge. Produced by Carroll and Harris Masterson and Charles R. Wood at the 54th Street Theater (NYC - 1959) starring Fay Compton, Mike Kellin, John McGiver, Larry Hagman (Son of Mary Martin), Lois Nettleton, etc. Directed by Burgess Meredith.
39 God Bless : "A New Play" by Jules Feiffer. Produced by The Yale School of Drama Repertory Theatre (New Haven - 1968) starring David Spielberg, George Gaynes, Michael Lombard, etc. Directed by Harold Stone.
39 God Bless Our Home : "A Comedy" by Philip Barry. Produced by Robert Milton at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1924) starring Paul Harvey, Henry Hull ("The Werewolf of London" on film), Mary Saunders, Robert Strange, Walker Ellis, etc. Directed by Robert Milton.
39 God Love Us : Book by J. P. McEvoy. Produced by The Actor's Theatre at Maxine Elliott's Theatre (NYC - 1926) starring J.C. Nugent, Dorothy Peterson, Evelyn Keller, Elmer Cornell, Seth Kendall, Fess Williams' Flush Orchestra, etc. Directed by Guthrie McClintic.
39 God Men, The : Book by J. di Salvo III. Produced by The Yale University School of the Fine Arts/The Department of Drama (New Haven - 1955) starring David Conroy, Chester Morss, Sumner Pecker, etc. Directed by Frank Hengerer.
39 God Of Isaac, The : "A World Premiere Comedy" by James Sherman. Produced at the Victory Gardens Theater (Chicago - 1985) starring Roslyn Alexander, Petrea Burchard, Dennis Cockrum, Barbara Gaines, etc. Directed by Dennis Zacek.
39 God Of Vengeance, The : "Drama in Three Acts" by Sholom Asch (Translated from the Yiddish by Isaac Goldberg). Produced by Harry Weinberger (No location listed - 1923) starring Rudolph Schildkraut (Father of Joseph Schildkraut), Sam Jaffe, Morris Carnovsky, Esther Stockton, etc. Directed by Rudolph Schildkraut with the assistance of Selden Bennett.
39 Gods Of The Lightning : Book by Maxwell Anderson and Harold Hickerson. Produced by Hamilton McFadden and Kellogg Gary at the Little Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring Sylvia Sidney (Wife of Bennett Cerf), Barton MacLane, Charles Bickford, Ian Wolfe, Morris Ankrum, Arthur Pederson, etc. Directed by Hamilton MacFadden.
39 God's Favorite : Book by Neil Simon. Produced by the Ocala Civic Theatre (Florida - 2008) starring Gene Zanetti, Tyler Yonge, Chip Morris, Laura Bradford, Travis Hamilton Jackson, Lori Kovalenko Miranda M. Morris and Ken Noble. Directed by Ron Ziegler.
39 God's Wonderful Railway (GWR) : "A Scenic Excursion Through150 Years of GWR" (Great Western Railway from Bristol to London) by A.C.H. Smith and the Company. Music by Joanna MacGregor. Produced by the Bristol Old Vic (c. 1985) starring Christopher Ashley, Samantha Bond, David Plimmer, etc. Directed by Debbie Shewell.
39 Godspell : "A Musical Based upon The Gospel According to St. Matthew" conceived by John-Michael Tebelak. Music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. Various productions (1971 - 2001) starring David Essex, Julie Covington, Jeremy Irons, Penny Brooks, Scott Holmes, Kate Rust, Scott Bartlett, Rick Varetta, Valda Aviks, Rusty Billingsly, Jeanne Wang, Mike Burton, Doug Riddiford, Nedra Dixon, Craig Wasson, Paul Broadhead, Skip Boyer, Rob Button, Everett Beeghley, Lamar Alford, David Haskell, Jon Barr, Abby Lindsay, Don Scardino, etc. Originally directed by John-Michael Tebelak. Songs include: "Day by Day," "Light of the World', "Learn Your Lessons Well," etc.
39 Goin' Home : "A Drama" by Ransom Rideout. Produced by Brock Pemberton at the Hudson Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring Russell Hicks, John Irwin, Arvid Paulson, etc. Directed by Brock Pemberton.
39 Going Into Vaudeville : "An Original Creation" by M.M. Theise. Produced by Mortimer M. Theise and "Bonita and the Wine, Woman and Song Co." at the New Circle Theatre (NYC - c.1906) starring Alex Carr, Bonita and Her Southern Buds, Lew Hearn, etc. Billed with "Millinery Maids," "The End of the World" and a selection of vaudeville acts.
39 Going Some : "The Chronicle of a certain lot of college men and girls with a tragic strain of phonograph and cowboys" by Paul Armstrong and Rex Beach. Various productions (1909 -11) starring Lawrence Wheat, Walter Jones, William Harrigan, Wilbur Higby, Joe J. Woods, Tessie Lawrence, Evelyn Booth, Eugene MacGregor, etc.
39 Going Straight : "A Comedy Drama in Four Acts" by Evans Harley. Produced by John Bernero at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1917) starring John Connors, Harry Bodie, Olive Remley, W.T. Daly, Lee Warner, etc. Directed by Evans Harley.
39 Going To Meet The Light : Book by Daniel Wideman. Produced by the Rites and Reason Theatre (The Research and Development Theatre of the Afro-American Studies Program at Brown University) at the George Houston Bass Auditorium (Providence, RI - 1994). Directed by Elmo Terry-Morgan. "The slave castles of West Africa and a funeral parlor in urban America show how hope, humanity and the re-invention of one's soul hold the keys to life."
39 Going To The Races : "New Spectacular Pantomimic Production" by John F. Byrne. Produced at the Grand Opera House (NYC - 1898) starring James Byrne, Andrew Byrne, John F, Byrne, Helene Byrne, Fred B. Sawyer, John Keenan, etc.
39 Going Up : "An Uplifting Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Otto Harbach (Founded on James Montgomery's Comedy, "The Aviator"). Music by Louis A. Hirsch. Various productions (1918 - 76) starring Raymond Ellis, Ethel Dale, Bobby Watson (Most famous for his portrayals of "Adolph Hitler" in many films of the 1940s), Michael Ring, Ruth Donnelly, Donald Meek, Edith Day, Frank Otto, Frank Craven (Most famous as the "Stage Manager" in "Our Town" on stage and film), Edward Begley, Eleanor Bennett, Douglas E. Dumbrill, Raymond Mackay, Brad Blaisdell, Pat Lysinger, etc. Originally produced (1918) by Cohan and Harris (Portrayed by James Cagney and Richard Whorf in the 1942 biopic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy") and directed by Edward Royce and James Montgomery. Produced in 1976 by the Goodspeed Opera House, directed by Bill Gile, and choreographed by Dan Siretta. Songs include: "The Tickle Toe," "When the Curtain Falls," "Going Up," "Brand New Hero," etc.
39 Gol : Produced at Teatro Romeo (Barcelona, Spain - c. 1935) starring Laura Pinollos.
39 Gold Diggers, The : "A Comedy in Three Acts" by Avery Hopwood. Various productions (1919 -24) starring Ina Claire, Ruth Terry, Bruce McRae, Charles Hammond, Gertrude Vanderbilt, Cora Williams, Frank Wilcox, Helen Blair, Helen Travers, etc. Originally produced and directed (1919) by David Belasco
39 Gold Eagle Guy : Book by Melvin Levy. Produced by the Group Theatre Acting Company at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1935) starring Ruth Nelson, J. Edward Bromberg, Clifford Odets, Morris Carnovsky, Sanford Meisner, Luther Adler, Art Smith, Elia Kazan, Jules Garfield (John Garfield), Stella Adler, Alan Baxter, Russell Collins, etc. Directed by Lee Strasberg.
39 Golda's Balcony : "A New Play" by William Gibson. Produced by Richard Willis and Martin Markinson at the Geary Theatre (San Francisco - 2005) starring Tovah Feldshuh. Directed by Scott Schwartz.
39 Golden Age, The (By A.R. Gurney) : Book by A.R. Gurney, Jr. (Suggested by "The Aspern Papers" by Henry James). Produced by Nicholas Benton, Stanley Flink and Brent Peek at the Jack Lawrence Theatre (NYC - 1984) starring Irene Worth, Stockard Channing and Jeff Daniels. Directed by John Tillinger.
39 Golden Age, The (By R. Johnson) : "An Entertainment in the words and music of the Elizabethan Age" devised by Richard Johnson. Produced by Arthur Cantor and E.E. Fogelson at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1963) starring Douglas Campbell, Nancy Wickwire, Douglas Rain and Lester Rawlins. Directed by Douglas Campbell.
39 Golden Age, The (By W. Kane) : "A Three Act Comedy-Drama" by Whitford Kane and H.P. Hepenstall. Produced by The Uptown Players of the Peoples Church of Chicago at Channing Hall (Chicago - c. 1929) starring John Graham, Ruth Costello, John Groet, etc. Directed by James H. Griffin.
40 Golden Apple, The : "A New Musical" by John Latouche. Music by Jerome Moross. Various productions (1954 - 55) starring Priscilla Gillette, Stephen Douglass, Kaye Ballard, Jack Whiting, Bibi Osterwald, Portia Nelson, Barton Mumaw, Jerry Stiller (Of the comedy team, "Stiller and Meara". Father of Ben Stiller), Beverly Bozeman, Murial O' Malley, Jane Connell, Swen Swenson, Dick Latessa, etc. Original 1954 production directed by Norman Lloyd and choreographed by Hanya Holm. Songs include: "Lazy Afternoon," "My Picture in the Papers," "My Love is on the Way,",etc.
40 Golden Bat : "A Japanese Rock Musical" with book and lyrics by Yutaka Higashi. Music by Itsuro Shimoda. Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden and Arthur Cantor at the Sheridan Square Playhouse (NYC - 1970) starring Yukiko Kobayashi, Reiko Nagai, Noburu Mine, etc. Directed by Yutaki Higashi. Songs include: "America, America', "Okage, Okage!', "American Rock," etc.
40 Golden Boy : "A Drama in Three Acts" by Clifford Odets. Various productions (1937 - 85) starring Frances Farmer (Portrayed by Jessica Lange in the 1982 biopic, "Frances" and by Susan Blakely in the 1983 television biopic, "Will There Really Be A Morning?"), Luther Adler, Art Smith, Morris Carnovsky, Phoebe Brand, Elia Kazan, Martin Ritt, John Garfield (Listed as "Jules Garfield" in the 1937 production), Lee J. Cobb, Joe DeSantis, Jack Klugman, Arthur O' Connell, Jack Warden, Norman Brooks, Bert Conway, Robert Horton, Hume Cronyn, Frank Wilcox, Owen Davis, Jr., Vincent Price, Arthur Franz, Joseph Wiseman (Most famous as "Dr. No" on film), Gerald S. O' Loughlin, Constance Ford, Harold Stone, Jen Muir, Phillips Holmes, Nickolas Conte (Richard Conte), Howard Da Silva, Karl Malden, Christopher Fields, James Hilbrandt, etc. Originally produced (1937) by The Group Theatre and directed by Harold Clurman.
40 Golden Boy (Musical) : "The New Musical" by Clifford Odets and William Gibson (Based on the play by Clifford Odets). Music by Charles Strouse. Lyrics by Lee Adams. Various productions (1965-89) starring Sammy Davis, Jr., Billy Daniels, Paula Wayne, Kenneth Tobey, Roy Glenn, Johnny Brown (Co-star of television's "Laugh-In," "The Leslie Uggams Show," etc.), Louis Gossett, Lola Falana, Theresa Merritt, Obba Babatunde, Leilani Jones, John Driver, etc. Originally produced (1965) by Hillard Elkins, directed by Arthur Penn and choreographed by Donald McKayle. Original sets and costumes by Tony Walton. Musical coordinator for Mr. Davis: George Rhodes in association with Will Mastin Trio, Inc. Songs include: "Night Song," "This Is the Life," "I Want to Be With You," "Can't You See It," etc.
40 Golden Child : Book by David Henry Hwang. Produced by the SignatureTheatre Company at The Pershing Square Signature Center (NYC - 2012) starring Tina Chilip, Nadia Gan, Lesley Hu, Jennifer Lim, Matthew Maher, Annie Q., Julyana Soelistyo, Greg Watanabe, etc. Directed by Leigh Silverman.
40 Golden Cinderella, A : "A New Play" by David Arnold Balch. Produced by William A. Brady at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1931) starring Grace George, Alice Fisher, Charles Trowbridge, Mary Orr, Richard Bonner, etc.
40 Golden Cliff, The : or 'The Waif of the Mines" by Harry Irving. Various productions (c. 1890) starring Minnie De Lange, H.R. Brennan, Annie Ashley, Rose Bernard, H.J. Irving, Lulu Mason, etc.
40 Golden Cuckoo, The : Book by Denis Johnston. Produced at the Theatre Royal, Bristol (1955) starring Rosemary Harris, Peter Wylde, Ronald Hines, Phyllida Law, etc. Directed by John Moody.
40 Golden Dawn : "A Musical Play" by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. Music by Emmerich Kalman and Herbert Stothart. Produced by Arthur Hammerstein (Uncle of Oscar Hammerstein 2nd) at Hammerstein's Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring Louise Hunter, Archie Leach (Cary Grant), Hazel Drury, etc. Directed by Reginald Hammerstein (Younger brother of Oscar Hammerstein 2nd) and choreographed by Dave Bennett. Songs include: "When I Crack My Whip," "Here in the Dark," "Consolation," etc.
40 Golden Egg, The : Book by Philip King. Produced at the Falmouth Playhouse (MA - 1956) starring Donald Cook, Murial Kirkwood, Patricia Peardon, Rosemary Murphy, etc. Directed by Burt Shevelove.
40 Golden Fleece, The : Book by A.R. Gurney. Various productions (1968-72) starring Helen Westcott, Tim O' Connor, Patricia Kane and Edward Knight. Billed with "Muzeeka" by John Guare starring Barrie Chase ("An Evening With Fred Astaire," "It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World," etc.), Philip Proctor, Gwynne Gilford, etc. and "The Tiger" by Murray Schisgal starring Patricia Kane and Edward Knight.
40 Golden Fleecing, The : Book by Lorenzo Semple, Jr. Various productions (1959 - 65) starring Tom Poston, Constance Ford, Mickey Deems ("Mack and Myer For Hire," etc.), Suzanne Pleshette (Later the wife of Tom Poston), Roy R. Scheider (Roy Scheider), Thomas Russell and Carol Rawls, Hal March (Host of "The $64,000 Question," etc.), Wayne Tippit, Dave Karp, James Mitchum (Son of Robert Mitchum), Ned Beatty, etc. Original 1959 production directed by Abe Burrows (Father of James Burrows).
40 Golden Horseshoe, The : "Grand Spectacular Play" by Robert Breitenbach. Music by Carl Pleininger. Produced at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1899) starring "The Liliputians" ("Midget" acting troupe) - Adolf Zink, Franz Ebert, Max Walter, Toni Meister, etc. Directed by Carl Rosenfeld.
40 Golden Land, The : "A Joyous New Musical" created by Zalman Mlotek and Moishe Rosenfeld. Produced at the Second Avenue Theatre (NYC - 1986) starring Bruce Adler (Grandson of Henrietta Jacobson and Julius Adler), Phyllis Berk, Neva Small, Avi Hoffman, The Golden Land Klezmer Orchestra, etc. Directed by Jacques Levy. Choreographed by Donald Saddler.
40 Golden Legend of Pansy Doty, The : Book by Joe Greenhoe. Produced by The Yale University School of the Fine Arts/The Department of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1953) starring Judith O' Keefe, James W. Gousseff, Dorothy Chace, Frank Raiter, etc. Directed by Leo Lavendero.
40 Golden Rainbow : "A New Musical Comedy" by Ernest Kinoy (Based on the film "A Hole in the Head"). Music and lyrics by Walter Marks. Produced by Joseph P.Harris and Ira Bernstein at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1968) starring Steve Lawrence, Eyde Gorme, Sid Raymond, Marilyn Cooper, Scott Jacoby, Lanier Davis, Fay Sappington, etc. Directed by Arthur Storch. Choreographed by Martin Allen. Dance music arranged by Marvin Hamlisch and Luther Henderson. Songs include: "We Got Us," "I've Gotta Be Me," "Desert Moon," etc.
40 Golden Rivet, The : Book by Laurence Dobie and Robert Sloman. Produced by Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal, Bristol (1963) starring Jan Waters, William Lucas, Sarah Badal, Alan Knight, Joy Ring, etc. Directed by Denis Carey. "You'll Never Get to Heaven" sung by Ricky Forde and the Rapids.
40 Golden Screw, The : "Folk Rock Musical" by Tom Sankey. Music and lyrics by Tom Sankey. Produced at the Provincetown Playhouse (MA - c.1968) starring Janet Day, Murray Paskin, Jack Hopper, Patrick Sullivan and The Inner Sactum (Kevin Michael, Gerry Michael, Vince Taggart and Frank Thumhart). Directed by James Grove. Songs include: "The Beautiful People," "Can I Touch You," "Flippin' Out," etc.
40 Golden Six, The : "New Play" by Maxwell Anderson. Produced by Warner LeRoy and Norman Twain at the York Playhouse (NYC - No date) starring Viveca Lindfors, Alvin Epstein, Thayer David, Paul Mann, David Margulies, etc. Directed by Warner LeRoy.
40 Golden State, The : "A New Comedy" by Samuel Spewack. Produced by Bella Spewack at the Fulton Theatre (NYC - 1950) starring Josephine Hull (Most famous for her roles in "Arsenic and Old Lace" and Harvey" on stage and film), Jocelyn Brando (Sister of Marlon Brando), Ernest Truex, John Randolph, etc. Directed by Samuel Spewack.
40 Golden Wedding, The : "A Merry Musical Melange" by Fred Miller, Jr. Produced at the Park Theatre (Boston - 1893) starring Robert Evans, Charles A. Burke, Andrew Mack, Dan Daly, etc. Billed with the Rehearsal of Mrs. Comstock's Tragedy, of "The Gorillas" for the Benefit of the Blytheville Mutual Admiration Society.
40 Goldfish, The : "Three Acts of a Woman's Life" by Gladys Unger (Founded on the French of Armont and Gerbidon). Various productions (1923-25) starring Marjorie Rambeau, Wilfred Lytell, George Barbier, Charles Hampden, Winifred Anglin, Helen Blair, Frank Wilcox, etc.
40 Goldilocks : "The New Musical" by Walter and Jean Kerr. Music by Leroy Anderson. Lyrics by Joan Ford, Walter and Jean Kerr. Produced by Robert Whitehead at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (NYC - 1959) starring Don Ameche, Elaine Stritch, Russell Nype, Pat Stanley, Nathaniel Frey, Margaret Hamilton (Most famous as "The Wicked Witch of the West" in the film, "The Wizard of Oz"), Martin Wolfson, Rufus Smith, etc. Directed by Walter Kerr. Choreographed by Agnes De Mille. Songs include: "Lazy Moon," "Who's Been Sitting in My Chair?," "Shall I Take My Heart and Go?," etc.
40 Gondoliers, The : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection - See "Gilbert and Sullivan Collection".
40 Gone With The Wind : Book by Horton Foote (Based on the novel by Margaret Mitchell). Music and lyrics by Harold Rome. Various productions (1972-73) starring Harve Presnell ("The Unsinkable Molly Brown," etc.), June Ritchie, Patricia Michael, Robert Swann, Bessie Love, Brian Davies, Pernell Roberts (Television's "Bonanza," "Trapper John," etc.), Lesley Ann Warren ("Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Cinderella," etc.), Theresa Merritt (Television's "That's My Mama"), Tucker Smith, etc. Directed and choreographed by Joe Layton. Songs include: "A Southern Lady," "Two of a Kind," "We Belong to You," "Bonnie Blue Flag," "Tomorrow is Another Day," etc.
40 Good : "A Play With Music" by C.P. Taylor. Various productions (1982-84) starring Alan Howard, Felicity Dean, Pip Miller, Michael Brazier, Caroline Bliss, Patricia Linden, etc. Original 1982 production directed by Howard Davies.
40 Good, The : "A New Play" by Chester Erskin. Produced by Norman and Irvin Pincus at the Windsor Theatre (NYC - 1938) starring Frances Starr, Robert Keith (Father of Brian Keith), Herbert Yost, Leona Powers, Harry Bannister, etc. Directed by Chester Erskin.
40 Good As Gold : "A New Comedy" by John Patrick (Based on the book by Alfred Toombs). Produced by Cheryl Crawford with William Myers at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1957) starring Roddy McDowall, Paul Ford, Zero Mostel, Dana Elcar, Lou Gilbert, etc. Directed by Albert Marre ("The Hollywood Ten").
40 Good Boy : "A Musical Play" by Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein, 2nd and Henry Myers. Music and lyrics by Herbert Stothart, Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby (Kalmar and Ruby were portrayed by Fred Astaire and Red Skelton in the 1950 biopic, "Three Little Words"). Produced by Arthur Hammerstein (Uncle of Oscar Hammerstein, 2nd) at Hammerstein's Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring Charles Butterworth, Helen Kane (Portrayed by Debbie Reynolds in the 1950 biopic of Kalmar and Ruby, "Three Little Words"), Vivian Hart, Borrah Minevitch (Harmonica virtuoso), Neil Stone, etc. Directed by Reginald Hammerstein (Brother of Oscar Hammerstein, 2nd). Choreographed by Busby Berkeley. Songs include: "I Wanna Be Loved By You," "Some Sweet Someone," "Good Boy Wedding March," "Good Boy," etc.
40 Good Companions. The : Book by J.B. Priestley and Edward Knoblock (Adapted from the novel by J.B. Priestley). Music by Richard Addinsell. Lyrics by Harry Graham and Frank Eyton. Produced by Julian Wylie at various theatres (1931-32) starring John Gielgud, Adele Dixon, Viola Compton, Nat Lewis, George Carney, Vera Lennox, etc. Directed by Julian Wylie
40 Good Companions. The (Musical) : "The Musical of the Novel by J.B. Priestley" by Ronald Harwood. Music by Andre Previn. Lyrics by Johnny Mercer. Produced at Her Majesty's Theatre (London - 1974) starring John Mills, Judi Dench, Christopher Gable, Marti Webb, etc. Directed by Braham Murray. Choreographed by Jonathan Taylor. Songs include: "Pleasure of Your Company". "Slippin Around the Corner', "Stage Door John," "A Little Traveling Music," etc.
40 Good Day : Book by Emanuel Peluso. Produced by Charles Gnys and Peter Harron at the Cherry Lane Theatre (NYC - c. 1967) starring Frank Langella, Nancy Marchand (Co-star of television's "Marty," "Lou Grant," "The Sopranos," etc.) and Joel Stuart. Billed with "The Exhaustion of Our Son's Love" by Jerome Max starring Clarice Blackburn, Albert M. Ottenheimer, Betty Lou Holland and Stephen Strimpell. Directed by Walt Witcover.
40 Good Doctor, The : Book by Neil Simon (adapted and suggested from stories by Anton Checkov). Music by Peter Link. Lyrics by Neil Simon. Various productions (1973 - 2000) starring Christopher Plummer, Rene Auberjonois, Marsha Mason (Wife of Neil Simon), Barnard Hughes, Frances Sternhagen, Mike Nussbaum, Frank Galati, Keith Charles, Peter Vogt, Jorge Nelson, Oliver Wates, James Baiocchi, Ken Foote, etc. Original 1973 production directed by A.J. Antoon.
40 Good Earth, The : "A Dramatization of Pearl Buck's Novel" by Owen Davis and Donald Davis. Produced by The Theatre Guild at various theatres (1932-33) starring Claude Rains, Henry Travers (Most famous as "Clarence the Angel" in the film, "It's A Wonderful Life"), Alla Nazimova, Sydney Greenstreet, Earl Larimore, Marjorie Wood, William Franklin, etc. Directed by Philip Moeller.
40 Good Evening : "Comedy With Music" by Peter Cook and Dudley Moore. Produced by Alexander H. Cohen and Bernard Delfont at various theatres (1973-75) starring Peter Cook and Dudley Moore. Directed by Jerry Adler. Songs include: "Hello," "Six of the Best," One Leg Too Few," "Tea for Two," etc.
40 Good Fairy, The : "New Comedy" by Ferenc Molnar (English Text by Jane Hinton). Produced by Gilbert Miller at various theatres (1932) starring Helen Hayes, Walter Connolly, Paul McGrath, Douglas Wood, Ruth Hammond, etc. Directed by Gilbert Miller.
40 Good Gracious Annabelle : "A New Play" by Clare Kummer. Produced by Arthur Hopkins at various theatres (1916-18) starring Roland Young (Most famous as the star of the "Topper" film series"), Helen Lee, Robert Middlemass, Thomas Keogh, J. Palmer Collins, Ruth Harding, Walter Hampden, Lola Fisher, May Vokes, etc. Directed by Arthur Hopkins.
40 Good Hope, The : "A Drama of the Sea" by Hermann Heijermans (Translated from the Dutch by Lilian Saunders, Caroline Heijermans-Houwink and Christopher St. John). Various productions and adaptations (c. 1907 - 27) starring Ellen Terry, James Carew, Maud Stewart, Josephine Hutchinson, Alma Kruger, Eva Le Gallienne, J. Edward Bromberg, etc.
40 Good Housekeeping : Book by William McCleery. Various productions (1949 - 1952) starring Helen Hayes, Kent Smith, Mary MacArthur (Daughter of Charles MacArthur and Helen Hayes), Matt Briggs, Barbara Henderson, Edna Hodges, Robert King, etc.
40 Good Little Devil, A : "A Fairy Play in Three Acts" by Rosemonde Gerard and Maurice Rostand (Adapted by Austin Strong). Produced by David Belasco at various theatres (1913) starring Mary Pickford, Lillian Gish, Norman Taurog, William Norris, Lillian Ross, Ernest Lawford, Ernest Truex, etc. Directed by David Belasco.
40 Good Morning, Bill! : Book by P.G. Wodehouse. Produced at the Theatre Royal, Bristol (1981) starring Ingrid Lacey, Ian Price, Lesley Duff, Geoffrey Chater, etc. Directed by Eric Thompson.
40 Good Morning Dearie : "The World Famous Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Annie Caldwell. Music by Jerome Kern (Portrayed by Robert Walker in the 1947 MGM biopic, "Till the Clouds Roll By"). Produced by Charles Dillingham at various theatres (1921-23) starring Patricia Clark, Pauline Hall, Ada Lewis, Oscar Shaw, Harland Dixon, Spaulding Hall, The Darling Twins, Bessie Gray, Madeline Van, etc. Directed by Edward Royce. Songs include: "Every Girl," "Didn't You Believe," "The Teddy Toddle," etc.
40 Good Morning, Judge : Book by Fred Thompson (Founded on Sir Arthur Wing Pinero's Farce, "The Magistrate". Also produced as "The Boy"). Music by Lionel Monckton and Howard Talbot. Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1919) starring Mollie King, Charles King, Raymond Oakes, Shep Camp, George Hassell, Cuningham and Clements, etc. Directed by Wybert Stamford. Choreographed by Jack Mason. Songs include: "Sporty Boys," "A Game That Ends With a Kiss," "Dinky Doddle Dicky," "Swinging Doors," etc.
40 Good Natured Man, The : "Brilliant Comedy" by Oliver Goldsmith. Various productions (1903-71) starring Hugh Manning, Newton Blick, Mary Howard, Donald Pleasance, Jim Dale, Hazel Hughes, Desmond McNamara, etc.
40 Good News : "The All-American Musical Comedy" by Laurence Schwab, B.G. De Sylva and Frank Mandel. Music and lyrics by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson (Portrayed by Gordon MacRae, Dan Dailey and Ernest Borgnine in the 1956 biopic, "The Best Things in Life Are Free"). Various productions (1927 - 74) starring Jack Haley, Abe Lyman, Harry Podol, Ralph Sanford, Max Hoffmann, Jr., Dorothy McNulty, Thelma White, Mary Lawlor, George Olsen, Leo Bayard, Alice Ghostly, Gene Smith, Barbara Lewis, Alic Faye, John Payne, Stubby Kaye, Marti Rolph, Barbara Lail, Tommy Breslin, Gus Shy, etc. Originally produced (1927) by Laurence Schwab and Frank Mandel, directed by Edgar MacGregor and choreographed by Bobby Connolly. 1974 revival produced by Harry Rigby, directed by Abe Burrows (Father of James Burrows) and choreographed by Donald Saddler. Songs include: "A Ladies Man," "Just Imagine," "The Best Things in Life Are Free," "The Varsity Drag," "Lucky in Love," "Good News," "Button Up Your Overcoat," "You're the Cream in My Coffee," "Together," "Keep Your Sunny Side Up," "I Want to Be Bad," etc.
40 Good Night Ladies! : "A Three Act Farce" by Cyrus Wood (Based on "Ladies Night" by Avery Hopwood and Charleton Andrews). Various productions (1942-45) starring Buddy Ebsen, Skeets Gallagher, Bernadene Hayes, John Hubbard, Wynne Gibson, Fred Sherman, Al Downing, etc. Original 1942 production directed by Edward Clarke Lilley.
40 Good Old Bad Old Days, The : "A New Musical" with book, music and lyrics by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley (Husband of Joan Collins). Produced at the Prince of Wales Theatre (London - 1972) starring Anthony Newley, Bill Kerr, Rob Stuart, Paul Bacon, etc. Directed by Anthony Newley. Choreographed by Paddy Stone. Songs include: "The Good Old Bad Old Days," "It's A Musical World," "The Wisdom of the World," "The People Tree," "They've Got a Cure for Everything on Broadway," etc.
40 Good Old Summer Time, The : "A New Up-to-the-Minute Musical Comedy" by Ben Shields. Music by George Evans. Produced by the Shea Amusement Company at the 14th Street Theatre (NYC - 1904) starring George "Honey Boy" Evans, Harlan Knight, Dorothy La Mar, Della Freese, Elizabeth Elliott, etc. Directed by Frank Smithson. Songs include: "Don't Ever Look for It Among the Irish," "My Little Japanese," "When the American Eagle Screams," "The Sweetest Flower That Grows in Tennessee," etc.
40 Good People : Book by David Lindsay-Abaire ("Enter 'Southie' Boston at your own risk..."). Produced at the Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater (Washington, DC - 2013) starring Johanna Day and Andrew Long. Directed by Jackie Maxwell.
40 Good Soldier Schweik, The : Book by Jaroslav Hasek (Adapted for the stage by Ewan MacColl). Produced by The Yale University Dramatic Association at The Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1964) starring Jim Thomas, Mary Potts, Bill Oram, etc. Directed by Leland Starnes.
40 Good Soup, The : Book by Felicien Marceau. Produced by David Merrick at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1960) starring Ruth Gordon (Wife of Garson Kanin), Sam Levene, Ernest Truex, Diane Cilento (Wife of Sean Connery and widow of Anthony Shaffer), Mildred Natwick, Jules Munshin, George S. Irving, Pat Harrington, etc. Adapted and directed by Garson Kanin.
40 Good Thing, A : "Original Farce" by John J. McNally. Produced at various theatres (1897) starring Peter F. Dailey, James T. Kelly, Flora Irwin, Jessie Clark, etc. Directed by R. A. Roberts. Billed with "The Lumiere Cinematograph" ("The most perfect device yet invented for the photographic portrayal of life in motion").
40 Good With People : A Play by David Harrower ("There's both violence and sex simmering beneath the surface..."). Produced by the Traverse Theatre Company and Datum Point in association with Paines Plough at the 59E59 Theaters (NYC - 2013) starring Blythe Duff and Andrew Scott-Ramsay. Directed by George Perrin.
40 Goodtime Charley : "A New Musical" by Sidney Michaels. Music by Larry Grossman. Lyrics by Hal Hackady. Produced by Robert Victor and Stone Widney at various theatres (1975) starring Joel Grey, Ann Reinking, Louis Zorich (Husband of Olympia Dukakis), Richard B. Shull, Susan Browning, Pat Swayze (Patrick Swayze), etc. Directed by Peter H.Hunt. Choreographed by Onna White. Songs include: "Visions and Voices," "To Make the Boy a Man," "Born Lover," "Confessional," "I Leave the World," etc.
40 Good Woman Of Setzuan, The : "A Play with Music" by Bertolt Brecht. Various productions and adaptations (1956 - 83) starring Uta Hagen, Gerald Hiken, Nancy Marchand ("The Sopranos," etc.), Zero Mostel, Gene Saks (Husband of Beatrice Arthur), Albert Salmi, Logan Ramsey, Richard Blackmarr, Irene Dailey (Brother of Dan Dailey), Byrne Piven (Father of Jeremy Piven), Anne Meara (Wife and comedy partner of Jerry Stiller. Mother of Ben Stiller), Peggy Ashcroft, Joan Plowright (Wife of Laurence Olivier), John Osborne, Nigel Davenport, Peter Wyngarde, Paul Oppy, Skip Haley, Ian Bolt, Geoffrey Owne, Lou Gilbert, Philip Bosco, Colleen Dewhurst, Elizabeth Wilson, Tandy Cronyn (Daughter of Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy), David Birney, Stephen Elliott, Priscilla Pointer, Carmen Galin, Ion Bog, etc.
40 Good Woman... Poor Thing, A : "A Joyous Comedy of Love, Marriage and Divorce" by Dillard Long. Produced by John H. Potter by arrangement with Samuel F.Nixon-Nirdlinger at the Garrick Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Irene Purce and Arthur Margetson. Directed by Arthur Sircom.
40 Goodbye Again : "A New Play" by Allan Scott and George Haight. Various productions (1933 - 56) starring Osgood Perkins (Father of Anthony Perkins), Sally Bates, Myron McCormick, Nell Burt, James Stewart, Barbara Coburn, David Lewis, Gordon Nelson, Donald Cook, Polly Rowles, Tom Poston, Patricia Barry, etc. Original 1933 production directed by Arthur J. Beckhard.
40 Goodbye Charlie : "A New Comedy" by George Axelrod. Various productions (1959 - 72) starring Lauren Bacall, Sydney Chaplin (Son of Charles Chaplin and Lita Grey), Sarah Marshall (Daughter of Herbert Marshall and Edna Best), Ruta Lee, Lennard DeCarl, Eve Arden, Brooks West, etc. Originally produced (1959) by Leland Hayward and directed by George Axelrod.
40 Goodbye Girl, The : Book by Neil Simon. Music by Marvin Hamlisch. Lyrics by David Zippel. Various productions (1993 - 97) starring Martin Short, Bernadette Peters, Carol Woods, Tammy Minoff, Donna McKechnie, Jamie Hughes, Bill Bateman, John Christopher Jones, etc. Original 1993 production directed by Michael Kidd and choreographed by Graciela Daniele. Songs include: "This Is as Good as It Gets," "Good News, Bad News," "How Can I Win?," "I Can Play This Part," "What A Guy," etc.
40 Goodbye, My Fancy : "A Comedy in Three Acts" by Fay Kanin (Wife of Michael Kanin). Various productions (1949 - ) staring Ruth Hussey, Conrad Nagel, Donald Curtis, Bethel Leslie, Richard Abbott, George Mitchell, Madeleine Carroll, Shirley Booth, Sam Wanamaker, Ann Harding, Barbi Miller, Molly Haskell, Evelyn Sloniker, John Bissell, Sylvia Sidney, Robert Webber, Betty Burke, Nancy Devlin, Kingsley Hull, Bramwell Fletcher, Philip Reed, etc. Originally produced (1949) by Michael Kanin (Husband of Fay Kanin) in association with Richard Aldrich (Husband of Gertrude Lawrence. Portrayed by Richard Crenna in the 1968 biopic "Star") and Richard Myers and directed by Sam Wanamaker.
40 Goodbye People, The : Book by Herb Gardner. Produced by Feuer and Martin at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1968) starring Milton Berle, Bob Dishy, Brenda Vaccaro, Sammy Smith, Tony Lo Bianco and Jess Osuna. Directed by Herb Gardner.
40 Goodbye To Love : "The Rollicksome, Frolicsome, Farce Comedy" by Sheldon Davis. Produced by A.H. Woods, Ltd by arrangement with Dick Powell at the El Capitan Theatre (Hollywood, CA - 1940) starring Joan Blondell (Wife of Dick Powell), Esther Muir, Patric Knowles, etc. Directed by John Hayden.
40 Goose For The Gander, A : "A New Comedy" by Harold J. Kennedy. Produced by Jules J. Leventhal and Frank McCoy at the Hanna Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio - 1946) starring Gloria Swanson, Jean Carson, Peggy Van Fleet, Carl Lowe, etc.
40 Goose Hangs High, The : "A Play of American Life" by Leis Beach. Various productions (1924-27) staring Norman Trevor, Katherine Grey, Lorna Elliott, Eric Dressler, Frank Wilcox, Etta Hezlitt, etc. Original 1924 production directed by James Forbes.
40 Gorey Stories : "An Entertainment with Music" by Edward Gorey (Adapted by Stephen Currens). Music by David Aldrich. Produced by Terry Allen Kramer, Harry Rigby, Hale Matthews and John Wulp at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1978) starring Gemze de Lappe, Sel Vitella, Julie Kurnitz, Leon Shaw, etc. Directed by Tony Tanner.
40 Gorilla, The : "A Thrilling, Chilling, Killing, Mystery" by Ralph Spence. Produced by Donald Gallaher and James W. Elliott at various theatres (1925 - 26) starring Byron Douglas, Bessie Eyton, Verne Drew, Augustus Minton, Harry Hermson, etc. Directed by Walter F. Scott.
40 Gorilla Queen : "A Play in Two Acts" by Ronald Tavel. Music by Robert Cosmos Savage. Produced by Paul Liben at the Martinique Theatre (NYC - c. 1968) starring Jo Ann Forman, Selena Williams, Barbara Ann Camp, Harvey Tavel, etc. Directed by Lawrence Kornfeld. "Frickadellin," "Cockamanie," "Pyromania" and "Ay Yi Yi" composed by Al Carmines.
40 Gorillas : "Winner of the Charles MacArthur Fellowship in Playwrighting" by John Averill. Produced at Center Stage, Florida State University (Tallahassee - 1973) starring Denny Albee, Joan Inwwod, Don Diego, Larry Talbert, etc. Directed by Richard D. Meyer and Peter J. Saputo.
40 Gospel At Colonus, The : "A New Musical" with book and lyrics by Lee Breuer (Based on Sophocles' "Oedipus at Colonus"). Music by Bob Telson. Produced at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (NYC - 1988) starring Morgan Freeman, Clarence Fountain and The Five Blind Boys of Alabama, Robert Earl Jones (Father of James Earl Jones), J.J. Farley and the Soul Stirrers, etc. Directed by Lee Breuer. Songs include: "How Shall I See You Through My Tears?," "All My Heart's Desire," "No Never," "You Break My Heart," etc.
40 Got Tu Go Disco : Book by John Zodrow. Music and lyrics by Kenny Lehman, John Davis, Ray Chew, Nat Adderley, Jr., Thomas Jones, Wayne Morrison, Steve Boston, Eugene Narmore, Betty Rowland, Jeremy Powell, and Ashford and Simpson. Produced at the Minskoff Theatre (NYC - 1979) starring Irene Cara, Patrick Jude, Joe Masiell, Patti Karr, etc. Directed by Larry Forde. Choreographed by Jo Jo Smith and Troy Garza. Songs include: "Disco Shuffle," "Pleasure Pusher," "Chic to Cheap," "Dance Forever," etc.
40 Government Inspector, The : Book by Nikolai Gogal. Various productions, translations and adaptations (1967 - 85) starring Roberta Maxwell, Colin Fox, Mike Doyle, Wayne Hunsucker, Ric Sanchez, Mark Damen, I.M. Hobson, Nathan Davis, Martin Friend, Eliza Hunt, etc.
40 Government Man, The : "A Play with Music" by Felipe Santander (Translated by Joe Rosenberg). Produced by the Milwaukee Repertory Theater (No date) starring Jose Santana, James Pickering, Robert Wells, etc.
40 Governor's Lady, The : "A Play in Three Acts" by Alice Bradley. Produced by William Elliott and David Belasco at various theatres (1912-13) starring Emmett Corrigan, Milton Sills, Edward Horton (Edward Everett Horton), Emma Dunn, William K. Harcourt, Bert Hyde, Directed by David Belasco.
40 Governor's Son, The : "The Summer Song Show" 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 by Sam H. Harris at the New Amsterdam Theatre (NYC - 1906) starring George M. Cohan ("The Yankee Doodle Comedian"), Ethel Levey (Wife of George M. Cohan), Helen F. Cohan (Daughter of George M. Cohan), J.J. Cohan (Father of George M.Cohan), William Keogh, Julius Tanner, etc. Directed by George M. Cohan and Herbert Gresham.
40 Grab Bag, The : Book, music and lyrics by Ed Wynn. Produced at The Globe Theatre (NYC - 1924) starring Ed Wynn ("The Perfect Fool"), Jay Velie, Marion Fairbanks, Albert Shaw, Samuel Lee, Francis Bell, Aileen Hamilton, Tom Nip, etc. Directed by Julian Mitchell and A.L. Erlanger. "Annie Laurie Rag" - song by Ed Wynn, Alfred Nathan, Jr. and Ned Weaver.
40 Grab Me A Gondola : "A New Musical Comedy" by Julian Moore. Music by James Gilbert. Lyrics by James Gilbert and Julian Moore. Produced by Donald Albery and Neil Crawford at the Lyric Theatre (London - 1956 - 57) starring Joan Heal, Donald Hewlett, Denis Quilley, Johnny Ladd, etc. Directed by Eleanor Fazan. Songs include: "The Motor Car is Treacherous," "Cravin' for the Avon," "Bid Her a Fond Goodbye," etc.
40 Grace And Glorie : "A New Play" by Tom Ziegler. Produced by Edgar Lansbury (Brother of Angela Lansbury), Everett King and Dennis J. Grimaldi at the Criterion Center Laura Pels Theatre (NYC - 1996) starring Estelle Parsons and Lucie Arnaz (Wife of Laurence Luckinbill). Directed by Gloria Muzio.
40 Graceful Generation, The : "A New Play" by Knowles Entrikin. Produced by The Federated Civic Theatre Association at the Greenwich Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Ruth Gordon (Wife of Garson Kanin), Byron McGrath, Bruce MacFarlane, Clyde Fillmore, Carol Hamlin, etc. Directed by Theodore Viehman.
40 Gracious Living : Book by Samuel Taylor. Produced at the Eisenhower Theatre at the Kennedy Center (Washington, DC - No date) starring Paul Hecht, Tammy Grimes, Patricia Routledge (Star of television's "Keeping Up Appearances," etc.), Gerald Hiken and Jamie Ross. Directed by Edwin Sherin.
40 Grain Of Dust, The : "A Play of Today" by Louis Evan Shipman (Founded on David Graham Phillips' Most Celebrated Novel). Produced at the Olympic Theatre (St. Louis - 1911) starring James K. Hackett, E.M. Holland, Frazier Coulter, Pauline Neff, etc.
40 Gramercy Ghost : "A New Comedy" by John Cecil Holm. Various productions (1951 - 52) starring Sarah Churchill (Daughter of Winston Churchill), Robert Sterling (Husband of Ann Sothern and Anne Jeffreys), Robert Smith, Mabel Paige, Kirk Brown, John Marley, Rae Graham, Gene Marlowe, Frank Oliver, Margaret Watkins, Berry Delahanty, etc. Original 1951 production directed by Reginald Denham.
40 Grand Army Man, A : "A New American Play" by David Belasco, Pauline Phelps and Marion Short. Produced by David Belasco at the Stuyvesant Theatre (NYC - 1907) starring David Warfield, Howard Hall, James Lackaye, William Elliott, Taylor Holmes, John Daly, Jane Cowl, etc.
40 Grand Duchess, The : Book by Charles L. Kenney and Edgar Smith. Music by Jacques Offenbach. Produced at The Casino (NYC - 1890) starring Lillian Russell (Portrayed by Alice Faye in the 1940 biopic, "Lillian Russell"), Fanny Rice, Laura Russell, Max Lube, George White, etc. Directed by Max Freeman.
40 Grand Duke, The : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection - See "Gilbert and Sullivan Collection".
41 Grand Hotel : Book by Vickie Baum Adapted from the German by William A. Drake). Produced by Herman Shumlin in association with Harry Moses at various theatres (1930-31) starring Siegried Rumann (Sig Rumann), Henry Hull ("The Werewolf of London" on film), Sam Jaffe, Walter Baldwin, William Nunn, Eugenie Leontovich, Hortense Alden, Walter Vonnegut, Albert Van Decker (Albert Decker), etc. Directed by Herman Shumlin.
41 Grand Hotel (Musical) : Book by Luther Davis (Based on the play by Vicki Baum by arrangement with Turner Entertainment Co. owner of the motion picture, "Grand Hotel"). Music and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest. Produced by Martin Richards, Mark Lea Johnson, Sam Crothers, Sander Jacobs, Kenneth Greenblatt, Paramount Pictures and Jujamcyn Theatres in association with Patty Grubman and Marvin A. Krauss at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1989-90) starring Karen Akers, Henry Grossman, Michael Jeter, Jane Krakowski, Liliane Montevecchi, Walter Willison, John Wylie, etc. Directed and choreographed by Tommy Tune. Songs include: "Table With a View', "Fire and Ice," "As It Should Be," "We'll Take a Glass Together, etc.
41 Grand Manoeuvres : "World Premiere" by A.E. Ellis. Produced at The National Theatre (London - 1974) starring Paul Rogers, Malcolm Reid, Alan Hay, Harry Lomax, Freda Jeffries, etc. Directed by Michael Blakemore.
41 Grand Night For Singing, A : Musical tribute conceived by Walter Bobbie. Music by Richard Rodgers (Portrayed by Tom Drake in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Various productions (1993 - 94) starring Terry Burrell, Connie Kunkle, Kevin Ligon, Joseph Mahowald, Cheryl Stern, Victoria Clark, Jason Graaf, Alyson Reed, Martin Vidnovic and Lynne Wintersteller.Directed by Walter Bobbie. Choreographed by Pamela Sousa. Songs include highlights from the theatrical career of Rogers and Hammerstein.
41 Grand Prize, The : "A New Comedy" by Ronald Alexander. Various productions (1955) starring June Lockhart (Television's "Lassie," "Lost in Space," Petticoat Junction," etc.), John Newland, Betsy Palmer (Television's "I've Got A Secret," etc. "Friday the 13th," "Mr. Roberts," etc. on film), Tom Poston (Television's "To Tell The Truth," "Newhart," etc. Husband of Susanne Pleshette.), Donald McKee, William Windom, Phyllis Kirk, Ray Rhodes, etc. Original production directed by Shepard Traube.
41 Grand Seigneur, The : Book by Edward Ferris and B.P. Matthews. Produced at the Savoy Theatre (London - 1913) starring H. B. Irving, Ben Field, (Dame) May Whitty, Edith Russell, etc.
41 Grand Street Follies, The : "Annual Topical Revue" with book and lyrics by Agnes Morgan and others. Music by Lily Hyland, Max Ewing, Serge Walter, Arthur Schwartz, William Irwin, etc. Produced by The Actor-Managers at various theatres (1924 - 29) starring Edgar Kent, Whitford Kane, Vera Allen, Helen Mack, Junius Matthews, Agnes Morgan, Mae Noble, Milton LeRoy, Albert Carroll, Dorothy Sands, James Cagney, etc. Choreographed by Albert Carroll and Dave Gould. Songs include: "When Georgie Crossed the Delaware," "Rome is Burning," "I Need You So," "My Southern Belle," "Just a Little Love Song," "Stars With Stripes," "The Naughty Nineties," "Americana," etc.
41 Grand Tour : "A New Musical by Richard Maltby and David Shire. Produced by The Yale Dramatic Association (New Haven - 1959) starring Carrie Nye McGeoy (Carrie Nye - wife of Dick Cavett), Austin Pendleton, Skip Hinnant, Robert Driscoll, Geoffrey Waddell, Angela Wood, etc. Directed by William Francisco. Choreographed by Geoffrey Waddell. Musical direction by Arthur Rubenstein. Songs include: "Bon Voyage," "All My Life," "It's Not So Much Fun Anymore," etc.
41 Grand Tour, The : "New Play" by Elmer Rice. Produced by The Playwright's Company (Maxwell Anderson, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Roger L. Stevens and John F. Wharton) at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1951) starring Beatrice Straight, Richard Derr, Maury Tuckerman, Sam Bonnell, etc. Directed by Elmer Rice. Also produced at the University of Alabama (1956) starring Noah Wright, Ellen Kierce, Robert Brock, Richard Dennison, etc.
41 Grand Tour, The (Musical) : Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble (Based upon the original play, "Jacobowsky and the Colonel" by Franz Werfel and the American play based on the same name by S.N. Behrman). Music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Produced by James M. Nederlander, Diana Shumlin and Jack Schlissel at the Palace Theatre (NYC - 1978) starring Joel Grey, Ron Holgate (Husband of Dorothy Collins), Jay Stuart, Florence Lacey, Jeff Richards, etc. Directed by Gerald Freedman. Choreographed by Donald Saddler. Songs include: "One Extraordinary Thing," "For Poland," "I'll Be Here Tomorrow," etc.
41 Grand Vizir, The : Book by Rene de Obaldia. Produced by The Greater New York Chapter of the American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA) starring Stephen Hart, Jerome Raphel and Lucielle Gould. Billed with "Cayenne Pepper" by Rene de Obaldia starring Jerome Raphel and Barry Primus. Both plays directed by Robert Cordier.
41 Grande de Coca-Cola, El : "The Low Moan Spectacular' by Ron House and Diz White. Various productions (1973-74) starring Ron House, Alan Shearman, Diz White, Don Humbertson, Janice Carr, Doug Lee, Dan Held, etc.
41 Grandma Faust : "New Play" by Edward Bond. Produced by the Ambiance Lunch-Hour Theatre Club with "The Swing" by Edward Bond under the title "A-A-America!" at The Almost Free Theatre (London - No date).
41 Grandma Sylvia's Funeral : or "Grandma's Mishpocha" by Glenn Wein and Amy Lord Blumsack. Produced by Dana Matthow at the Soho Playhouse (NYC - 1997) starring Steve Axelrod, Jaid Barrymore, Sondra Gorney, Glenn Wein, Mimi Scott, etc. Directed by Glenn Wein.
41 Grandma's Diary : "A Satirical Comedy" by Albert Wineman Barker. Produced by The American Theatre Group at Henry Miller's Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring Herbert Evers, Eileen Prince, George Neise, Augustus Smith, Gertrude Rozan, etc. Directed by Albert Wineman Barker.
41 Granite : Book by Clemence Dane. Produced by The American Laboratory Theatre at the Mayfair Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring Frances Wilson, George Macready, Arthur Sircom, etc. Directed by Richard Boleslavsky.
41 Granny : Book by Clyde Fitch ("The author is indebted to the French of Georges Mitchell"). Produced by Charles Frohman at the New Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1904) starring Mrs. G.H. Gilbert ("Her Farewell to the Stage"), Emmett C. King, Frank E. Aiken, Austin Webb, Dorothy Hammond, etc.
41 Grapes Of Wrath, The : "A New Play Based on the Novel by John Steinbeck" (adapted by Frank Galati). Produced by The Steppenwolf Theatre Company at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1990) starring Gary Sinise, Terry Kinney, Francis Guinan, Lois Smith, Nathan Davis, etc. Directed by Frank Galati.
41 Grass Harp, The : "Comedy" by Truman Capote. Musical score by Virgil Thompson. Various productions (1952-71) starring Mildred Natwick, Johnny Stewart, Russell Collins, Alice Pearce, Ruth Nelson, Sterling Holloway (Most famous as the cartoon voice of "Winnie the Pooh"), Sue Walker, John Sotak, Ann Bambi Long, Berlyene Miller, Susan Vendelboe, Ray Stricklyn, Barbara Cook, Max Showalter, Karen Morrow (Co-star of television's "The Jim Nabors Hour," etc.), etc. Original 1952 production directed by Robert Lewis with scenery and costumes by Cecil Beaton. 1971 musical directed by Ellis Rabb with music by Claibe Richardson and book and lyrics by Kenward Elmslie.
41 Grass Is Always Greener, The : Book by Gertrude Allen. Produced by The Little Theatre Guild of Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island, Canada - 1956) starring Joseph Neale, Rena Johnstone, Jerry Moser, etc. Directed by Edith Davison.
41 Grass Widow, A : "Farce Comedy" by C.T. Vincent ("Fun Without Vulgarity. Humor Without Coarseness.") starring Charles T. Parsloe ("The Original and Greatest Stage Chinaman"), Julius Kahn, Joseph Howard, Ella Gardiner, etc. No location or date listed.
41 Grasshopper : Book by Padraic Colum and Mrs. F.E. Washburn Freund (Founded on a play by Keyserling). Produced by Iden Payne at Maxine Elliott's Theatre (NYC - 1917) starring Philip Loeb (Co-star of "The Goldbergs" on radio and television), Philip Tonge, Jane Ross, Eileen Huban, etc.
41 Graustark : "The Story of a Love Behind a Throne" by George Barr McCutcheon (Adapted by George D. Baker). Various productions (1908 - 12) starring Frank T. Charlton, Frederic McGuirk, Albert Edmondson, Vaughan Glaser, Julian Noa, Frank Carter, etc.
41 Grave Undertaking, A : "A New Play" by Lloyd Gold. Produced by the McCarter Theatre Company (Princeton, NJ - 1975) starring Pat Hingle, Richard Dix, Paul Larson, Chris Sarandon (Husband of Susan Sarandon), etc. Directed by Michael Kahn.
41 Gray Shadow : "An English Mystery Play" by Roger Wheeler. Produced by Edward Sargent Brown at the New Yorker Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Joseph Kennedy, Lon Carter, Lewis Waller, Claude Cooper, etc. Directed by Edward Sargent Brown.
41 Grease : The New 50's Musical Comedy with book, music and lyrics by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey. Additional songs from film version by Barry Gibb ("The Bee Gees") and John Farrar. Various productions (1972 - 2003) starring Alan Paul (An original member of "The Manhattan Transfer" vocal group), Jeff Conaway ("Grease," etc. on film), Jaime Donnelly, Adrienne Barbeau (Television's "Maude," etc.), Barry Bostwick, Gardner Hayes, Judy Kaye, David Paymer, Treat Williams, Philip Casnoff, Marilu Henner, Michael Tucci, Barry Pearl, Steve Adler, Richard Gere, Barry Williams ("The Brady Bunch"), Roz Kelly, Marilyn Michaels, Lee Ann Moffett, Jerry Barkoff, Richard Cox, Charles Kusner, Lindy Goldschmidt, Lucy Lawless ("Xena - The Warrior Princess"), Jim Borrelli, Debby Boone (Daughter of Pat Boone), Joseph Barbara, Heather Stokes, Sally Struthers, Sam Harris ("Star Search"), Rosie O'Donnell, Clyde Alves, Leslie Kritzer, Brooke Shields, etc. Original 1972 production directed by Tom Moore and choreographed by Patricia Birch. Songs include: "Beauty School Dropout," "Look at Me I'm Sandra Dee," "We Go Together," "Summer Nights," "Greased Lightning," "Grease" (From film version), "Hopelessly Devoted to You" (From film version), etc. 1996 production directed by Tommy Tune.
41 Great Adventure, The : "A Play of Fancy" by Arnold Bennett. Produced by Granville Barker at The Kingsway Theatre (London - 1913) starring Guy Rat Bone, Henry Ainley, Claude King, Owen Mansel, etc.
41 Great American Backstage Musical, The : "An Epic for Six Performers" by Bill Solly and Donald Ward. Music and lyrics by Bill Solly. Various productions (No date) starring Joe Barrett, Tim Bowman, Jerry Clark, Tamara Long, etc. Directed and choreographed by Robert Talmage. Songs include: "On the Avenue," "Cheerio," "Crumbs in My Bed," etc.
41 Great Barrington, The : "A Comedy" by Franklin Russell. Produced by Oliver D. Bailey at the Avon Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Otto Kruger, Kathryn March, Anne Revere, Natalie Schafer ("Gilligan's Island," etc. Wife of Louis Calhern.), etc. Directed by Oliver D. Bailey.
41 Great Big Doorstep, The : "A New Comedy" by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett (From the novel of E.P. O' Donnell). Various productions (1942 - 59) starring Dorothy Gish, Louis Calhern, Jack Manning, Nat Burns, Jay Harder, Carolina Rawls, Peggy Lang, Esther Benson, Myrice McCollum, Sheila Beakes, Bo Nolan, etc. Originally produced (1942) and directed by Herman Shumlin.
41 Great Brooklyn Handicap, The : Book by Alice E. Ives. Produced at Henry C.Miner's People's Theatre (NYC - No date) starring George Andrews, Thomas David, Louis Shea, Sidney Miller, Lulu Hopper, etc.
41 Great Broxopp, The : "A Comedy in Prologue and Three Acts" by A.A. Milne. Produced by Iden Payne and Lavarack, Inc. by arrangement with Frederic H. Robinson at the Punch and Judy Theatre (NYC - 1921) starring Iden Payne, Eula Guy, Pamela Gaythorne, Marie Davenport, etc. Directed by Iden Payne.
41 Great Catherine, The : Book by George Bernard Shaw. Various productions (c.1920 - 58) starring Colin Campbell, Cathleen Nesbitt, Geraldine Kay, Charles J. Golden, Irene Todd, Paul Fleming, etc. Billed with "The Man of Destiny" by George Bernard Shaw.
41 Great Day : "A New Musical Comedy" by William Carey Duncan and John Wells. Music by Vincent Youmans. Lyrics by William Rose and Edward Eliscu. Produced by Vincent Youmans at various theatres (1929) starring Cora Green, F. E. Miller, Frances Stevens, Blanche Underwood, Ken Pulsifer, Pearl Regay, The Hernandez Brothers, The Jubilee Singers," Frank Daley, Mayo Methot (Future wife of Humphrey Bogart), etc. Directed by R.H. Burnside and Frank M. Gillespie. Choreographed by Le Roy Prinz. Songs include: "Great Day," "Happy Because I'm In Love," "More Than You Know," "Without a Song," etc.
41 Great Day in the Morning : "A New Play" by Alice Cannon. Produced by the Theatre of Michigan Company, Theodore Mann and George C. Scott at Henry Miller's Theatre (NYC - 1962) starring Colleen Dewhurst (Wife of George C. Scott and mother of Campbell Scott), Frances Sternhagen, Clifton James, Elisabeth Fraser (wife of dancer, Ray McDonald), David Canary (Co-star of television's "Bonanza," "All My Children," etc. Great-great nephew of "Calamity Jane" - Martha Jane Canary.), J.D. Cannon (Co-star of television's "McCloud," etc.), Gene Roche (Eugene Roche - Television's "Professional Dishwasher"), etc. Directed by Jose Quintero.
41 Great Decide, The : "A Burlesque of William Vaughn Moody's Drama of the Southwest, The Great Divide" with book and lyrics by Joseph Herbert. Music by Melville Ellis and Raymond Hubbell. Interpolated numbers by Victor Herbert, A. Baldwin Sloane and Gustav Kerker. Produced by Lew Fields and His All-Star Company at Lew Fields' Herald Square Theatre (NYC - 1906) starring Peter F. Dailey, Blanche Ring, George Beban, Louise Dresser, Vernon Castle (Portrayed by Fred Astaire in the 1939 biopic, "The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle"), Viola Hopkins, Edna Wallace Hopper, Lawrence Grosssmith, etc. Directed by Julian Mitchell. Songs include: "Legend of the Mojaves," "A Girl from Everywhere," etc.
41 Great Diamond Robbery, The : "A Local Melo-Drama of To-Day" by Edward M. Alfriend and A. C. Wheeler. Produced at the American Theatre (NYC - 1895) starring W.H. Thompson, Orrin Johnson, Byron Douglas, George Middleton, Fanny Cohen, etc. Directed by Ben Teal.
41 Great Divide, The : Book by William Vaughn Moody. Various productions (1906-17) starring Margaret Anglin, Henry Miller, Robert Cummings, Henry B. Walthall, Laura Hope Crews (Most famous as "Aunt Pittypat" in the film, "Gone With The Wind"), Albert Phillips, Leila Shaw, Otis Roosevelt, Louis Stone, Ruth Jordon, etc.
41 Great Excitement, The : Book by Nicholas E. Baehr. Produced by the Yale University School of the Fine Arts/The Department of Drama at The Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1937) starring Ellen Langdon, Aubrey Moore, Peter Donat (nephew of Robert Donat), Doris Payne, etc. Directed by Frank McMullan.
41 Great Expectations : Book by Alec Guinness (From the novel by Charles Dickens). Various productions (c. 1957) starring David Jones (Davy Jones of "The Monkees"), Peter O' Toole, Mary Hinton, Trevor Williams, Robert Eddison, Ernest Hare, Henry Manning, etc.
41 Great Fire Of London : Produced by James Pain and Sons at The Amphitheatre (Boston - c. 1888) including "Brillian Pyrotechnics".
41 Great Gatsby, The : Book by Owen Davis (From the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald). Produced by William A. Brady at various theatres (1926) starring James Rennie, Florence Eldridge (Wife of Fredric March), Porter Hall, Helen Baxter, Charles Dickson, etc. Directed by George Cukor.
41 Great Gatsby The (Musical) : "A New Musical Play based on the Novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald" with book and lyrics by Aubrey Goodman. Music by Robert Morgan. Produced by The Yale Dramatic Association (New Haven - 1956) starring James Franciscus (Televisin's "Mr. Novak," etc.), Mike Dodge, Robyn Cotner, Nancy Smothers, Dick Cavett, Rex Robbins, etc. Directed by Leo S. Lavandero. Choreographed by James Inman. Songs include: "You Can't Live Forever', "Who Needs Love?," "Floozy', "Come Back to Me," "In My Dreams," etc.
41 Great God Brown, The : Book by Eugene O' Neill. Various productions (1926 -72) starring William Harrigan, Robert Keith (Father of Brian Keith), Hugh Kidder, Anne Shoemaker, Fritz Weaver, Nan Martin, Robert Lansing ("12 O' Clock High," etc. on television), J.D. Cannon ("McCloud," etc. on television), John Hillerman ("Magnum P.I., etc.), John McMartin, Paul Hecht, James Greene, David Dukes, Robert Ginty, John Glover, Katherine Helmond, Marily Sokol, Judy Kerr, William Cannon, Richard Pearlman, Alan Armstrong, etc. Original 1926 production directed by Robert Edmond Jones.
41 Great Lady : "A New Musical Comedy" by Earle Crooker and Lowell Brentano. Music by Frederick Loewe. Lyrics by Earle Crooker. Produced by Dwight Deere Wiman and J. H. Del Bondio at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1938) starring Norman Terris, Tullio Carminati, Irene Bordoni, Helen Ford, Shepperd Strudwick, etc. Directed by Bretaigne Windust. Choreographed by William Dollar. Songs include: "May I Suggest Romance," "I Have Room in My Heart," "There Had to Be the Waltz," etc.
41 Great Little Guy, A : "The New American Comedy" by William Anthony McGuire. Produced by William Anthony McGuire at the Adelphi Theatre (Philadelphia - 1926) starring Joe Laurie, Jr., Al Ochs, Ray Walburn (Raymond Walburn), Ruth Donnelly, etc. Directed by William Anthony McGuire.
41 Great Lover, The : "The Romantic Comedy" by Leo Ditrichstein and Frederic and Fanny Hatton. Produced by Cohan and Harris and Lee Shubert at various theatres (1915-22) starring Leo Ditrichstein, Lee Millar, Essex Dane, Cora Witherspoon, Nina Gray, etc. Directed by Sam Forrest.
41 Great MacDaddy : Book by Paul Carter Harrison. Music by Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson. Produced by The Negro Ensemble Company at the St.Croix Island Center (St. Thomas, The Virgin Islands - No date) staring Joella Breedlove, Newton Winters, Charles Brown, Graham Brown, Barbara Montgomery, etc. Directed by Douglas Turner Ward. Choreographed by Dianne McIntyre.
41 Great Magoo, The : Book by Ben Hecht and Gene Fowler. Song; "If You Believe in Me" - Music by Harold Arlin. Lyrics by Billy Rose (Portrayed by James Caan in the 1975 biopic, "Funny Lady") and E.Y. Harburg. Produced by Billy Rose at the Selwyn Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Victor Kilian ("The Fernwood Flasher" on television's "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman"), Charlotte Granville, Millard Mitchell (Most famous as the co-star of "Singin' In The Rain" on film), Paul Kelly, Percy Kilbride (Most famous as "Pa Kettle" in the "Ma and Pa Kettle" film series), Joe Fields, etc. Directed by George Abbott.
41 Great Metropolis, The : "The Melodramatic Masterpiece" produced by Klaw and Erlanger (No date) starring James Tighe, Emma Chase, Allie Hart, etc.
41 Great Philanthropist, The : Book by Philip Barber ("Based on the Strike at the Ohrbach Department Store"). Produced by The Unity Players (No location or date listed). Billed with "Waiting for Lefty" by Clifford Odets.
41 Great Pursuit, The : "A Comedy" by C. Haddon Chambers ("A New Version of the Author's Well-Known Play, The Idler"). Produced by Joseph Brooks at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1916) starring Jeanne Eagels (Portrayed by Kim Novak in the 1957 biopic, Jeanne Eagels"), Montagu Love, Nicholas Joy, Marie Tempest, Arthur Holbrook, etc. Directed by Fred G. Latham.
41 Great Ruby, The : Book by Cecil Raleigh and Henry Hamilton. Various productions (1899-1902) starring Marcia Van Dresser, May Cargill, Louise Draper, Frank Karrington, Walter Lennox, Pearl Ford, Ad Rehan, etc.
41 Great Sebastions, The : "A Melodramatic Comedy" by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse (Father of Lindsay Crouse). Various productions (1956 - 59) starring Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne, Anne Francine, Simon Oakland, Ben Astar, Polly Rowles, Jeffrey Lynn, Dolly Deroux-Dauphin, John West, etc. Original 1956 production directed by Bretaigne Windust.
41 Great Society, The : or "The Pepysi Generation" by Chippy Irvine. Music by Frank Kendig. Produced at St. John's Farm (No location listed - 1966) starring Chippy Irvine, Patricia Cummings, Peter Glen, etc.
41 Great Temptations, The : "A New Musical Revue" (Also billed as "The Great Temptation") by Harold Atteridge. Music by Maurie Rubens. Lyrics by Clifford Grey. Produced by the Messrs.Shubert at various theatres (1926-27) starring Jack Benny, Arthur Treacher, Jay C. Flippen, Florenz Ames, Jack Waldron, Hazel Dawn, etc. Directed by J.C. Huffman and J.J. Shubert. Choreographed by Earl(e) Lindsay. Songs include: "Never Say the World Was Made to Cry," "The Temptation Strut," "Valencia," "The Atlantic City Girl," "Tallahassee," etc.
41 Great To Be Alive! : "A New Musical Comedy' by Walter Bullock and Sylvia Regan. Music by Abraham Ellstein. Lyrics by Walter Bullock. Produced by Anderson Lawler and Russell Markert at the Winter Garden Theatre (NYC - 1950) starring Vivienne Segal, Stuart Erwin, Valerie Bettis, Rod Alexander, Bambi Linn (Dancing partner of Rod Alexander), Mark Dawson, Russell Nype, Paul Reed, etc. Directed by Mary Hunter. Choreographed by Helen Tamiris. Songs include: "When the Sheets Come Back from the Laundry," "Headin' for a Weddin'," "Who Done It?," "Call It Love," "Blue Day," etc.
41 Great Train Robbery, The : "A Majestic Gro(u)p of Vivid, Living, Moving Pictures of Western Life" produced on stage by Thomas H. Davis and William T. Keough at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1897) featuring "Magnificent and Picturesque Scenery, Genuine Indian Warriors of Historic Repute and Robbers, Gun Experts and Dead Shots."
41 Great Unknown, The : "An Eccentric Comedy" by Augustin Daly (From the German of Franz Von Schonthan and Gustave Kadelburg). Various productions (1889 - 1905) starring James Lewis, John Drew, Ada Rehan, Isabel Irving, Charles Mackay, Marshall Farnum, Percy Haswell, etc.
41 Great Waltz, The : Filed with Belknap Music Collection - see "Opera/Operetta Programs"
41 Great White Hope, The : "A New Play" by Howard Sackler. Produced at various theatres (1967 - 77) starring James Earl Jones, Jane Alexander, George Mathews, Hilda Haynes, Hector Elizondo, Max Wright, Ed Lauter, Gil Rogers, Yaphet Kotto, Maria Tucci, Mel Winkler, Brock Peters, Marty Greene, Tiger Haynes, Ned Beatty, Don Blakely, Robert Foxworth, Robert Prosky, etc.Original 1967 production directed by Edwin Sherin.
41 Great Wrong, A : "The Four Act Comedy" produced by The Big Heart Company (No location or date listed) starring John J. Black, D.C. Selden, William Currier, Pauline McKinley, etc.
41 Greater Than The Law : "A Melodrama" by Cleveland Moffett. Produced at The Comedy Club (NYC - 1912) starring George K. Denny, Theodore E. Steinway, Ruth Gardner Davis, Edward Shippen, etc. Directed by Wilfred North. "A Fire Engine effect will be used on the stage in Acts 1 and IV."
41 Greater Tuna : "The comedy about Texas' third smallest town... where the Lion's Club is too liberal and Patsy Cline never dies" by Joe Sears, Jaston Williams and Ed Howard. Produced at various theatres (1985-2005) starring Joe Sears and Jaston Williams. Directed by Ed Howard.
41 Greatest Man Alive, The : "A New Comedy" by Tony Webster. Produced by Frederick Fox in association with Elliott Nugent and John Gerstad at various theatres (1957) starring Dennis King, Russell Collins, Biff McGuire, William Windom, Kathleen MacGuire, etc. Directed by Elliot Nugent.
41 Greatest Show On Earth, The : Book by Vincent Duffey and Irene Alexander. Produced at The Playhouse (NYC - 1938) starring John Alexander (Most famous as "Uncle Teddy" in "Arsenic and Old Lace" on stage and film), Anthony Ross, Dorothy Patten, Frank Lovejoy ("I Was a Communist for the F.B.I.," etc. on film), etc. Directed by George Somnes.
41 Greatest Thing In The World, The : Book by Harriet Ford and Beatrice DeMille. Produced at Wallack's Theatre (NYC - 1900) starring Sarah Cowell-LeMoyne, Robert Edeson, John Glendinning, Wilton Lackaye, etc. Directed by William Seymour.
42 Greed For Gold, The : or "Wide Awake Lil" produced at The Greenwich Village Music Hall (NYC - No date) starringKonstance Kelley, Paul Tripp (Television's "Mr. I Magination"), Zack Mace, David Kerman, Starr Westr, Louis Marsh, etc. Directed by Ann Walker.
42 Greeks Had A Word For It, The : "Comedy Hit" by Zoe Akins. Produced by William Harris, Jr. at the Sam H. Harris Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Muriel Kirkland, Dorothy Hall, Leona Maricle, Don Beddoe, Percey Ames, etc. Directed by William H. Harris, Jr.
42 Green Bay Tree, The : Book by Mordaunt Shairp. Various productions (1933-51) starring Leo G. Carroll, James Dale, Laurence Olivier, Paul McGrath, Murray Stephens, Henry Hewitt, Hugh Williams, Joseph Schildkraut, Denholm Elliot, Anne Crawford, etc.
42 Green Goddess, The : Book by William Archer. Produced by Winthrop Ames at various theatres (1923) starring George Arliss, Elisabeth Risdon, Morris W. Ankrum, Vera Tomkins, Lotus Robb, etc. Directed by Directed by Winthrop Ames (Assisted by Guthrie McClintic).
42 Green Grow The Lilacs : "A Play in Two Acts and Six Scenes" by Lynn Riggs (The musical, "Oklahoma" is based on this play). Various productions (1931 - 40) starring Franchot Tone, Helen Westley, June Walker, Lee Strasberg, Tex Cooper, Paul Ravell (Courtesy of David Guion), Mildred Natwick, Betty Field, Arthur L. Hunnicutt, Tex Ritter, etc. Originally produced (1931) by The Theatre Guild and directed by Herbert J. Biberman (Member of the "Hollywood Ten"). 1940 production directed by John Ford.
42 Green Hat, The : "A Play About Decency" by Michael Arlen. Various productions (1926-27) starring Leslie Howard, Paul Guilfoyle, Eugene Powers, Katherine Cornell (By courtesy of David Belasco), Margalo Cornell, Kay Strozzi, etc. Original 1926 production directed by Guthrie McClintic.
42 Green Man, The : "Celebrated Comedy" produced at the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh (1821). Billed with "Therese, The Orphan of Geneva," "La Perouse," "Midas," "The Banditti of Rosenwald," "Hallowe'en," "The Weathercock," "A Roland for an Oliver," etc.
42 Green Pastures, The : "Pulitzer Prize Winner" by Marc Connelly (Suggested by Roark Bradford's Book, "Ol' Man Adam an' His Chillun"). Various productions (1930 - 51) starring Charles H. Moore, Jazzlips Richardson, Jr., McKinley Reeves, Arthur Porter, Richard B. Harrison, Edna Harris, Doe Doe Green, George Randol, Oscar Polk, Ivan Sharp, Avon Long, Ossie Davis, William Marshall, Robert McFerrin (Father of Bobby McFerrin), etc. Originally produced (1930) by Laurence Rivers and directed by Marc Connelly.
42 Green Ring, The : "A Play from the Russian" by Zinaida Hippius. Produced at the Neighborhood Playhouse (NYC - 1922) starring Frances Neilson, Eugene Powers, Aline MacMahon, Esther Mitchell, Philip Mann, etc. Costumes by Aline Bernstein and Mary Boland.
42 Green Stockings : "A New and Original Comedy" by A. E. W. Mason and George Fleming. Various productions (1911-18) starring Margaret Anglin, H. Reeves-Smith, George Woodward, Ivo Dawson, Maude Granger, Ruth Holt Boucicault, Ralph Murphy, Frank Wilcox, etc.
42 Green Table, The : "Dance Drama in Eight Scenes" by Kurt Jooss. Music by Frederic Cohen. Produced by the Jooss Ballet Dance Theatre at the St. James Theatre (NYC - 1942) starring Rolf Alexander, Bunty Slack, Eva Leckstroem, Hans Zullig, etc. "First prize and Gold Medal at the ' World Ballet Competition,' Theatre des Champs Elysees, Paris, July 2, 1932".
42 Green Waters : "A New Play" by Max Catto. Produced by Lee and J.J. Shubert at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1936) starring Reginald Bach, Doris Dalton, Denis O' Dea, Jackie Jordan, etc. Directed by Reginald Bach and Milton Shubert.
42 Green Room Fun : "Three-Act Musical Novelty" by Bronson Howard. Produced by Salsbury's Troubadours at Carll's Opera House (New Haven, CT - 1882) starring N. Salsbury, Nellis McHenry, Fred Lotto, Ernest Duckworth, Marie Hunter, etc.
42 Greenwich Village Follies : "The Finest of All (Yearly) Revues" by John Murray Anderson, George V. Hobart, Harold Atteridge, Philip Bartholomae, Thomas J. Gray, etc. Music by Louis A. Hirsch, Con Conrad, Owen Murphy, Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby, Ray Perkins, Maurie Rubens, A. Baldwin Sloane, Jay Gorney, Cliff Friend, Leo Robin, Bud de Sylva (Portrayed by Gordon MacRae in the 1956 biopic, "The Best Things in Life Are Free"), Arthur Swanstrom, Hassard Short, etc. Lyrics by Irving Caesar, John Murray Anderson, Owen Murphy, Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby (Portrayed by Fred Astaire and Red Skelton in the 1950 biopic,"Three Little Words"), Max and Nathaniel Lief, Lew Brown, Harold Levey, etc. Produced by John Murray Anderson at various theatres (1919 - 28) starring Al Sexton, Grace Lee, Tom Howard, The Mandells (Dance team), Irene Delroy, Barrie Oliver, Martha Graham (Dance specialty), Ruth Conley, Frankie Heath, Alfred Newman (Pianist), Traps (Buddy Rich -4 years old - "The Drum Wonder"), Esther Muir, Yvonne George (French actress and singer), Bert Savoy, Robert Alton (Dancer), Mikhail Mordkin (Dancer), Moran and Mack (Comedy team), Fred Allen, Benny Fields (Portrayed by Ralph Meeker in the 1952 biopic, "Somebody Loves Me"), Blossom Seeley (Portrayed by Betty Hutton in the 1952 biopic, "Somebody Loves Me"), Dr. George Rockwell ("Lecture on Health"), Grace LaRue, Ted Lewis ("The High Hat Tragedian of Song" or "The Jazz King"), Sylvia Jason, Al Herman ("The Black Laugh"), Arnold Gluck, Joe Penner (Famous for his radio catch phrase, "Wanna Buy a Duck?"), Phil Baker, The Cansinos (Family dance team including Rita Hayworth), Joe E. Brown, etc. Directed by Lew Fields (Of the comedy team, "Weber and Fields"), J.C. Huffman, A.L. Jones, Morris Green, Hassard Short, etc. Choreographed by Larry Ceballos, Carl Randall, Alexander Yakovleff, Chester Hale, Ralph Reader, Mikhail Mordkin, Russell E. Markert, Alexander Gabrilov, etc. Songs include: "Greenwich Village Circus Days," "Moonlight Kisses," "Beautiful Girls," "Cinderella Blues," "Havana Nights," "Sweetheart Lane," "Syncopated Pipes of Pan," "What's the Reason?," "I'm Just a Lone Vampire," "Normandy," "Let Every Day Be a Holiday," "Whistle Away Your Blues," "The Sincerest Form of Flattery," "The Rain Beau". "I Want a Man Badly Blues," "Hobohemia," etc.
42 Greenwich Village U.S.A. : "A New Musical Revue" with sketches by Frank Gehrecke. Music by Jeanne Bargy. Lyrics by Jeanne Bargy, Frank Gehrecke and Herb Corey. Produced by Allen Hodshire (No location listed - 1960) starring Jack Betts, Pat Finley, Burke McHugh, etc. Directed by Burke McHugh. Choreographed by Jim Russell. Songs include: "It's a Nice Place to Visit," "Movie Fan," "It Pays to Advertise," etc.
42 Greenwillow : "The New Musical" by Lesser Samuels and Frank Loesser (Based on the Best-Selling Novel by B.J. Chute). Music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. Various productions (1960-70) starring Anthony Perkins, Cecil Kellaway, Pert Kelton (The original "Alice Kramden" on television's "The Honeymooners"), William Chapman, Bruce MacKay, Grover Dale (Husband of Anita Morris), John Megna (Most famous as "Dill" in "To Kill a Mockingbird" on film), John Fennessy, Jim May, etc. Original 1960 production directed by George Ray Hill and choreographed by Joe Layton. Songs include: "The Music of Home," "Never Will I Marry," "Faraway Boy," etc.
42 Greetings From Coney Island : Book by Paul Binder. Produced by The Big Apple Circus at Lincoln Center (NYC - 1991) starring Jeff Gordon, Barry Lubin, Duncan Cleary, etc. Directed by Paul Binder. Choreographed by Lisa Giobbi. Songs include: "Good Bye My Coney Island Baby," "Sunday at the Beach," "Boardwalk Photograph," etc.
42 Gretna Green : "A Romantic Comedy" by Grace Livingston Furniss. Produced at the Madison Square Theatre (NYC - 1903) starring Elizabeth Tyree, Max Figamn, Felix Morris, etc
42 Grey-Eyed People, The : "A New Comedy" by John D. Hess. Produced by Albert Selden at various theatres (1952) starring Walter Matthau, Virginia Gilmore, Sandra Deel, Brandon Peters, John Randolph, Rosemary Prinz, Mary Grace Canfield ("Green Acres," etc.), etc. Directed by Morton Da Costa.
42 Grey Fox, The : Book by Lemist Esler. Produced by William A. Brady, Jr. and Dwight Deere Wiman at The Playhouse (NYC - 1928) starring Henry Hull ("The Werewolf of London" on film), Chrystal Herne, Warren Hymer, George Tobias, Nat Pendleton, Edward Arnold, etc. Directed by William A. Brady and Lemist Esler.
42 Grey Gardens : Book by Doug Wright. Music by Scott Frankel. Lyrics by Michael Korie. Produced by Playwrights Horizons (NYC - 2006) starring Christine Ebersol, Mary Louise Wilson, John McMartin, Matt Cavenaugh, Sarah Hyland, Bob Stillman, Audrey Twitchell, Michael Potts, etc. Directed by Michael Greif. Choreographed by Jeff Calhoun. Songs include: "Body Beautiful Beale," "Being Bouvier," "Hominy Grits," "The Five-Fifteen," "The Revolutionary Costume for Today," "Entering Grey Gardens," "Will You?" "Around the World," "Peas in a Pod," "Another Winter in a Summer Town," etc.
42 Grey Mare, The : "A Farcical Comedy" by George R. Sims and Cecil Raleigh. Various productions (1892-1900) starring William J. LeMoyne, Augustus Cook, Bessie Tyree, Charles W. King, William Bramwell, Laura Hope Crews (Most famous as "Aunt Pittypat" in the film "Gone With The Wind"), Frances Starr, etc.
42 Greyhound, The : "A Play of Character and Incident" by Paul Armstrong and Wilson Mizner. Produced by Wagenhals and Kemper at the Astor Theatre (NYC - 1912) starring Gladys Fairbanks, Henry Kolker, Jay Wilson, etc.
42 Grierson's Way : "A New Play" by H.V. Esmond. Produced at the New Theatre (Cambridge, England - 1908) starring Eva Moore, H.V. Esmond, Charles V. France, etc.
42 Griffith Davenport : "Latest American Play" by James A. Herne (Founded on Helen H. Gardener's Novel, "An Unofficial Patriot"). Produced at various theatres (1899) starring James A. Herne, Charles Arthur, Bert Young, etc. Directed by James A. Herne.
42 Grimes' Cellar Door : "New and Laughable Musical Burlesque" by Thomas Addison. Produced at the Grand Opera House (Boston - 1891) starring James B. Mackie, Charles Burke, Fred Darcy, Louise Sanford, etc.
42 Grind : Book by Fay Kanin. Music by Larry Grossman. Lyrics by Ellen Fitzhugh. Produced at the Mark Hellinger Theatre (NYC - 1985) staring Ben Vereen, Leilani Jones, Timothy Nolen, Stubby Kaye, Joey Faye (Mack and Myer for Hire"), Lee Wallace, etc. Directed by Harold Prince. Choreographed by Lester Wilson. Songs include: "This Must Be the Place," "From the Ankles Down," "A Century of Progress', etc.
42 Gross Indecency : "The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde" by Moises Kaufman. Produced by The Tectonic Theater Project Foundation at the Minetta Lane Theatre (NYC - 1997) starring Michael Emerson, William D. Dawes, Trevor Anthony, etc. Directed by Moises Kaufman.
42 Grosse Valise, La : "New Musical" by Robert Dhery. Music by Gerard Calvi. Lyrics by Harold Rome. Produced by Joe Kipness and Arthur Lesser at various theatres (1965) starring Ronald Fraser, Victor Spinetti, Joyce Jillson, etc. Directed by Robert Dhery. Choreographed by Colette Brosset and Tom Panko. Songs include: "Hamburg Waltz," "Slippy Sloppy Shoes," "For You," etc.
42 Groucho - A Life in Revue : Book by Arthur Marx (Son of Groucho Marx) and Robert Fisher. Various productions (1987) starring Frank Ferrante, Les Marsden, Faith Prince, Lewis J. Stadlen, Jim Bracchitta, Robert Aberdeen, Lauren Mitchell and Joseph Barry. Original NYC production directed by Arthur Marx (Son of Groucho Marx).
42 Grounds For Divorce : "A Modern Comedy" by Guy Bolton (Adapted from the Hungarian of Ernest Vajda). Produced at various theatres (1924-25) starring Ina Claire, Cora Witherspoon, Edward Reese, Philip Merivale, etc. Directed by Henry Miller.
42 Group, The : Book by William Harlow. Produced by Laurence Merrick and the Princess Repertory Company (Hollywood, CA - No date) starring Geoffrey Lewis, Fred Ward, Joy Christopher, Yvonne Gander, etc. Directed by Laurence Merrick.
42 Growing Pains : "A Comedy of Youth" by Aurania Rouverol. Produced by Arthur Lubin at the Ambassador Theatre (NYC - 1933) starring Junior Durkin, Leona Hogarth, Ralph Freud, Johnny Downs, Eddie Acuff, Anna Erskine, Joan Wheeler, etc. Directed by Arthur Lubin.
42 Grown Ups : "A New Play" by Jules Feiffer. Produced by Mike Nichols and Emanuel Azenberg at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Bob Dishy, Frances Sternhagen, Harold Gould, etc. Directed by John Madden.
42 Grumpy : Book by Horace Hodges and T. Wigney Percyval. Produced at various theatres (1913-17) starring Cyril Maude ("The Eminent English Actor"), Montagu Love, Percival Young, Margery Maude, James Dale, John Harwood, Hunter Nesbitt, Elsie Mackay, Maude Andrew, Herbert Ranson, etc.
42 Guardian Angel, The : or "Little Mother" produced by The Adelina Club (No location listed - c. 1886 - 1900) starring Clara Williams, Addie Creed, Damie Creed, etc. Billed with "The Champion of Her Sex" and musical recitals.
42 Guardsman, The (By F. Molnar) : "A Comedy in Three Acts" by Franz Molnar. Various productions (1924 - 78) starring Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne, Dudley Digges, Edith Meiser, Helen Westley, Philip Loeb (Co-star of "The Goldbergs" on radio and television), George Gaul, Florence Eldridge (Wife of Fredric March), Fredric March, Erskine Sanford, Jerome Kilty, Cavada Humphrey, Anthony Kemble Cooper, Maggie Smith, Brian Bedford, Victor Buono, Mary Savidge, Herbert Kelcey, Fritz Williams, Augustus Cook, Charles W. King, Bessie Tyree, Miriam Hopkins, Kent Smith, Jenette MacDonald, Gene Raymond (Husband of Jeannette MacDonald), John Emery, Tamara Geva, Richard Johnson, Diana Rigg, Brenda Blethyn, etc. Originally produced (1924) by The Theatre Guild and directed by Philip Moeller.
42 Guardsman, The (By G.R. Sims) : or "The American Girl in London" by George R. Sims and Cecil Raleigh. Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1893) starring Charles Walcot, Fritz Williams, George Rose, Bessie Tyree, Maude Harrison, etc. Directed by Fred Williams.
42 Guest In The House : "A New Play" by Hagar Wilde and Dale Eunson. Various productions (1942 - 60) starring Pert Kelton (The original "Alice Kramden" on television's "The Honeymooners"), William Prince, Leon Ames, Mary Anderson, Walter Beck, Hobson Blackmon, Ophelia Bingham, Carolina Rawls, Irene King, etc. Originally produced (1942) by Stephen and Paul Ames and directed by Reginald Denham.
42 Guest Of Honor, The : "A Comedy Romance of New York Life" by William Hodge. Produced by Lee Shubert at various theatres (1920) starring William Hodge, Bobby Clark (Member of the comedy team of Clark and McCullough), George Lund, Jean Howard, Graham Lucas, etc. Directed by William Hodge.
42 Guest Room, The : Book by Arthur Wilmurt. Produced by Mr.Carol Sax at Brandt's Boulevard Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Helen Lowell, Mary Holsman, Otto Hulett, etc. Directed by Carol Sax.
42 Guide, The : Book by Harvey Breit and Patricia Rinehart (Based upon the novel by R.K. Narayan). Produced by Noel Weiss at the Hudson Theatre (NYC - 1968) starring Zia Mohyeddin, Titos Vandis, Michael Kermoyan, Jerry Ram, etc. Directed by George L. Sherman. Music supervised by Ravi Shankar.
42 Guilty, The : Book by Harry Ganick. Produced by The San Antonio Little Theatre at the San Pedro Playhouse (San Antonio, TX - 1956) starring G. Wayne Tippit, Alice Lassiter and Bill Swinny. Directed by Salek.
42 Guilty Mother, A : "Five-Act Emotional Drama" by Arthur D. Hall. Produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1898) starring James H. Wallick, Eleanor Merron, Ella Baker, Edward Ames, A.H.Burns, etc.
42 Guilty One, The : "A New Drama" by Michael Morton and Peter Traill. Produced by A.H. Woods at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1923) starring Pauline Frederick, Charles Waldron, Noel Leslie, etc. Directed by Edward Elsner.
42 Guinea-Pig, The : "A Comedy" by Preston Sturges. Produced by Preston Sturges at the President Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Alexander Carr, Mary Carroll, Alexander Carr, Andree Carday, etc. Directed by Walter Greenough.
42 Gumboots : "Percussive World Dance" designed by Nigel Triffitt. Produced by Fifth Amendment and Future Artists Empowerment at the Parker Playhouse (Ft. Lauderdale, FL - 2001) starring Vincent Ncabashe, Mfana "Jones" Hlophe, Nicholas Nene, etc. Directed by Zenzi Mlbuli. Choreographed by the Rishile Gumboot Dancers and Zenzi Mlbuli.
42 Guns : Book by James Hagan. Produced by Jack Kingsberry at Earl Carroll's Wallack's Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring Ralph Hertz, Dexter Reynolds, Marion Haslup, Rey Stewart, Teddy Hart, etc. Directed by Jack Kingsberry.
42 Guy Mannering : or "The Gipsy's Prophecy" produced at various theatres in Great Britain and the United States (1821 - 73).
42 Guys, The : Book by Anne Nelson. Produced by the Ocala (Florida) Civic Theatre (2011) starring Marcy Butler and John LaPaille. Directed by SuSu Sparkman.
42 Guys And Dolls (2 Folders) : "A Musical Fable of Broadway" by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows (Based on a Story and Characters by Damon Runyon). Music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. Various productinos (1951 - 2013) starring Robert Alda (Father of Alan Alda), Vivian Blaine, Sam Levene, Isabel Bigley, Pat Rooney, Sr., B.S. Pully, Stubby Kaye, Johnny Silver, Tom Pedi, Paul Reed, Netta Packer, Onna White, Peter Gennaro, Martha Stewart, Bob Evans, Sid Stone ("The Pitchman" on "The Milton Berle Show"), Norwood Smith, Betty Oakes, Iva Withers, Sammy Schwartz, "Slapsie Maxie" Rosenbloom, Dan Dailey, Janis Paige, Shelley Berman, Constance Towers, Allen Jenkins, Joey Faye, Don Beddoe, Danny Meehan, Lloyd Bridges, Jake LaMotta (World Middleweight Champion - Portrayed by Robert DeNiro in the film, "Raging Bull") Harvey Stone, Martin Wolfson, Robert Guillaume, Norma Donaldson, James Randolph, Ernestine Jackson, Bernice Massi, Richard Moll, Allan Jones (Father of Jack Jones), Pamela Britton, Mike Mazurki, Sid Melton ("Make Room For Daddy," etc.), Jack Prince, Gretchen Wyler, Julie Oshins, John Randolph, Judy Johnson, Lou Nova, Tom Pedi, Wallace Rooney, Helen Gallagher, Walter Matthau, Mary Ann Mobley (Miss America" - 1959), Alan Gilbert, June L. Walker, Dick O' Neill, Rosemary O' Reilly, Gloria Evans, Ross Martin ("The Wild Wild West," etc.), Norman Rossington ("A Hard Day's Night," etc.), Lulu ("To Sir, With Love"), David Healy, Faith Prince, Nathan Lane, Lorna Luft (Daughter of Judy Garland and Sid Luft), David Garrison, Joy Franz, Imelda Staunton, Bernard Cribbins, Thick Wilson, Stephen D. Root, Nick Jourdan, Gabriel Garetti, Loretta Yamouchi, Lordie Kaulili, Alan King, Sheila MacRae, Jerry Orbach, Anita Gillette, Frank Campanella, Steven Bogard, Bob Dorian ("American Movie Classics"), Peter Gallagher, Josie de Guzman, Charles Fredericks, Michael Haren, Warren Estrin, Gordon MacRae, Jack Cassidy, Marilyn Maxwell, Lew Parker, Ben Lessy, Michael Goz, Tom Wopat, Adam Arkin, Hugh O' Brien, Jan Murray, Peter Postlethwaite, Robert Oates, Joey Adams, Sherry Britton, Sammy Smith, Dom DeLuise, Burton Clarke, Fred Rike, Bill Jones, Eugene Williams, Matt Bierman, Jenna Robinson, Todd Thompson, Stacy Blain, Oliver Platt, Craig Bierko, Lauren Graham, Kate Jennings Grant, Mary Testa, Adam LeFevre, Jonathan Hammond, Mylinda Hull, Kelly McCormick, Kevin Vortmann, Wayne W. Pretlow, Ben Roseberry, Jamie Ross, Jessica Sheridan, Chip Abbott, James Beaman, Katie Chung, Kurt Domoney, Meghan Glogower, Steve Greenstein, Lauren Kadel, Ben Liebert, Lizzy Palmer, Antuan Raimone, Clifton Samuels, Michael Scott, Justin M. Urso, Michael Warrell, John LaPaille, Joan Elizabeth, Frank Louis Carullo, Victoria Sexton, Patrick Stanley, Bill Roughton, Gregg Bleam, Darrell Riley, Tom Ferreira, Adi Knapp, Garrett Penning, Kenneth Lamb, Steve Gordon, Max Trammell, Amanda Franz, Miranda Morris, Melanie Tarter, Aubrey Wise, George Coker, Shelby Randle, J. P. Leemans, Cassandra Schwartz, Kim Wise, Clark Dougherty, David Hedges, Tattiana Blackman, Jordan Davidson, Daniel DiCola, Britani Jurkowski, William Lewis, Aiden McIntyre, Faith Morales, etc. Originally produced (1951) by Feuer and Martin, directed by George S. Kaufman (Portrayed by Jason Robards in the1963 biopic, "Act One") and choreographed by Michael Kidd. Songs include: "The Oldest Established," "A Bushel and a Peck," "Guys and Dolls," "If I We're a Bell," "I've Never Been in Love Before," "Luck Be a Lady Tonight," "Sue Me," "Sit Down You're Rocking the Boat," etc.
42 Gypsy (By M. Anderson) : Book by Maxwell Anderson. Produced by Richard Herndon at the Klaw Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Claiborne Foster, Donn Cook, Wallace Ford, Ruth Findley, etc. Directed by George Cukor.
42 Gypsy (By A. Laurents) : "The Musical Fable" by Arthur Laurents (Suggested by the Memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee). Music by Jule Styne. Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Dance music arranged by John Kander. Various productions (1959 - 2010) starring Ethel Merman, Jack Klugman, Sandra Church, Maria Karnilova, Marilyn Cooper, Joe Silver, Johnny Borden, Michael Parks, Mitzi Green, Betty Rhodes, Bernadette Peters, Mary Hurt, Anne Russell, Julie Wilson, Jo Wilder, Alfred Sandor, Avril Gentles, Ellen Travolta (Sister of John Travolta), June Carroll, Phil Leeds, Paul Taylor, David Warner, Joyce Schultheiss, Angela Lansbury, Vivian Blaine, Tyne Daly (Daughter of James Daly), Jonathan Hadary, Janna Robbins, Zan Charisse (Niece of Cyd Charisse), Melissa Hart, Marion Marlowe, Rex Robbins, Mary Louise Wilson, Denny Dillon, Bonnie Langford, Crista Moore, Linda Lavin ("Alice," etc.), Charlotte Roosa, Deborah Gibson, Mildred Lit, Vicki Lewis, Catherine Walker, Amanda Lea LaVergne, Kirby Ward, Pearce Wegener, Jacqueline Piro Donovan, Jan Neuberger, Laurie Gamache, Sarah Safer, Hannah Piispanen, Nisa Ari, Richard Bell, John Allen Biles, Jack Doyle, Ally Drago, Hayley Driscoll, Amanda Frennier, Sarah Marie Hicks, Tony Johnson, Trey Mitchell, Matthew Moore, Martin A. Passante, Eric Shorey, Matthew Simpkins, Diane Terrusa, Shane Braz, Cheyenne Beauparlant, Heather Beauparlant, Isaac Beauparlant, Alya Victoriya Druth, Harrison Gray, Nekhebet Juch, Uatchet Juch, Harold McDavid, Andrew Murdock, Leo Santoro, etc. Originally produced (1959) by David Merrick and Leland Hayward and directed and choreographed by Jerome Robbins. Songs include: "Some People," "Small World," "You'll Never Get Away From Me," "All I Need is the Girl," "Everything's Coming Up Roses," "Together, Wherever We Go," "You Gotta Have a Gimmick," "Let Me Entertain You," "Rose's Turn," etc.
43 Gypsy April : "A New Comedy" by Lois Compton Fuller. Produced at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1927) starring Margaret Anglin, Catherine Haydon, Ralph Morgan (Brother of Frank Morgan), Cecil Owen, Pedro de Cordoba, etc. Directed by Cecil Owen.
43 Gypsy Lady : "A Period Piece Created to Re -introduce the Music of Victor Herbert" by Henry Myers (Combining melodies from Two of his most distinguished operettas, "The Fortune Teller" and "The Serenade" by arrangement with Ella Herbert Bartlett). Produced by Edwin Lester at the New Century Theatre (NYC - 1946) starring Billy Gilbert, Helena Bliss, Edmund Dorsay, Patricia Sims, etc. Directed by Robert Wright and George Forrest.
43 Gypsy Queen, The : or "The Flowers of the Forest" produced at various theatres (No date) starring Minnie DeLange, Harry Irving, Harry Newton, etc.
43 Gypsy's Reward, The : "An Operetta in Three Scenes" by Hardy Wieder. Music and lyrics by Ruth Norman. Produced by The Parent's Association of Public School 110 (NYC - 1958) starring Phyllis Rakity, Ann Collins, Alan Fink, etc. Directed by Ruth Warembud.
43 Habeas Corpus : Book by Alan Bennett. Various productions (1973-75) starring Alec Guinness, Roddy Maude-Roxby (Co-star of televisin's "Laugh-In"), Margaret Courtenay, John Bird, Joan Sanderson, Donald Sinden, Jean Marsh, Rachel Roberts, June Havoc (Early vaudeville years portrayed in the play and film, "Gypsy"), Celeste Holm, Richard Gere, Paxton Whitehead, Antony Webb, Moira Redmond, June Barrie, etc. Original 1973 production directed by Ronald Eyre.
43 Hadrian VII : Book by Peter Luke (Based on "Hadrian the Seventh" and other works by Fr. Rolfe - Baron Corvo). Various productions (1968 - 72) starring Alec McCowen, Neil Fitzgerald, Christopher Hewett, Louis Zorich (Husband of Olympia Dukakis), Margaret Courtenay, Donald Eccles, Douglas Rain, Barry Morse, Hume Cronyn, Paul Craig, William Garber, Dick Jenkins, etc. Original 1968 production directed by Peter Dews.
43 Hair : "The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical" with book and lyrics by Gerome Ragni and James Rado. Music by Galt MacDermot. Various productions produced by Michael Butler at various theatres (1968 - 95) starring Ronald Dyson, Heather MacRae (Daughter of Gordon and Sheila MacRae), Barry McGuire, Melba Moore, Shelley Plimpton (Mother of Martha Plimpton), Sally Eaton, Paul Jabara, Donnie Burks, Keith Ian Carradine (Son of John Carradine. Father of Martha Plimpton), Jessica Harper, James Rado, Ted Lange, Bobby Alessi, Steve Curry, Diane Keaton, Lynn Kellogg, Gerome Ragni, Joe Mantegna, Michael Butler, Ben Vereen, Tom Smothers, Paul Nicholas, Loaf, Jerry Combs, Nedra Dixon, Linda Gaines, Randy Keys, Sue Marn, Zora Rasmussen, Gayle Riffle, etc. Original 1968 production directed by Tom O' Horgan. Songs include: "Hair," "Aquarius," "I Believe in Love," "I Got Life," "Easy to Be Hard," "Frank Mills," "What a Piece of Work is Man', "Good Morning Starshine". Let the Sunshine In (The Flesh Failures)," etc.
43 Hairspray : Book by Mark O' Donnell and Thomas Meehan (Based upon the new Line Cinemas film written and directed by John Waters). Music by Marc Shaiman. Lyrics by Scott Wittman and Marc Shaiman. Produced at the Neil Simon Theatre (NYC - 2003) starring Marissa Jaret Winokur, Harvey Fierstein, Laura Bell Bundy, Linda Hart, Dick Latessa, Eric Anthony, Adam Fleming, John Hill, Todd Michael Smith, Brooke Tansley, etc. Directed by Jack O' Brien. Choreographed by Jerrry Mitchell and Michele Lynch. Songs include: "Good Morning Baltimore," "The Nicest Kids in Town," "The Madison," "Welcome to the '60s," "Without Love," "Cooties," "You Can't Stop the Beat," etc.
43 Hairy Ape, The : "A Comedy of Ancient and Modern Life" by Eugene O' Neill. Produced by Arthur Hopkins and The Provincetown Players at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1922) starring Louis Wolheim, Henry O' Neill, Josephine Hutchenson, George Tobias, Jack Gude, etc.
43 Haiti : Book by William Du Bois. Musical score by Leonard de Paur. Produced by James R. Ullman for The Federal Theatre at the Lafayette Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Rex Ingram, Canada Lee, Alvin Childress, Archie Savage, Emile Hirsch, etc.
43 Half A King : "A New Comic Opera" by Harry B. Smith (Adapted from the French of Leterrier). Music by Ludwig Englander. Produced at the Knickerbocker Theatre (NYC - 1896) starring Francis Wilson, Peter Lang, John Brand, Clinton Elder, Lulu Glaser, Agnes Paul, etc. Directed by Richard Barker.
43 Half A Miracle : "A New Comedy" by Edwin B. Self. Produced by Voltaire Productions at various theatres (c. 1969) starring Jack Bailey (Host of TV's "Queen for a Day"), Peter Duryea (Son of Dan Duryea), Florence Lake, David Goss, etc. Directed by Arthur Pierson.
43 Half A Sixpence : Musical by Beverley Cross (Based on "Kipps" by H.G. Wells). Music and lyrics by David Heneker. Various productions (1963 - 67) starring Tommy Steele, Ann Shoemaker, Grover Dale (Husband of Anita Morris), Will MacKenzie, Carrie Nye (Wife of Dick Cavett), John Cleese, Joel Grey, Mercer McLeod, Polly James, Dick Kallman (Television's "Hank," etc.), Tucker Smith, John D. Irving, Kenneth Nelson, Marianne McAndrew, Lee Delmer, Joy Franz, John Bull, Colin Farrell, Anne Rogers, Roger C. Carmel (Co-star of television's "The Mothers -In -Law"), Tony Tanner, etc. Original 1963 London production directed by John Dexter and choreographed by Edmund Balin. 1965 NYC production directed by Gene Saks and choreographed by Onna White. Songs include: "All in the Cause of Economy," "Half a Sixpence', "She's Too Far Above Me," "If The Rain's Got to Fall," "A Proper Gentleman," "Flash Bang Wallop," "Money to Burn," etc.
43 Half Gods : "New Play" by Sidney Howard. Produced by Arthur Hopkins at The Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Mayo Methot (Wife of Humphrey Bogart), Donn Cook, Paul Porter, Dorothy Sands, Arthur Shaw, etc. Directed by Arthur Hopkins.
43 Half Life : Book Julian Mitchell. Produced by The National Theatre at the Duke of York's Theatre (London - 1977-78) starring John Gielgud, Isabel Dean, Hugh Paddick, Avril Elgar, etc. Directed by Waris Hussein.
43 Halfway Up The Tree : "New Comedy" by Peter Ustinov. Various productions (1967-69) starring Anthony Quayle, Eileen Herlie, Sam Waterston, Margaret Linn, Graham Jarvis, William Larson, Robert Morley, Bridget Armstrong, Michael Johnson, Pinkie Johnstone, Katherine Dantzler, Kathy Huber, Wayne Huber, Jack Carter, Jay Lauer, etc. Original 1967 production produced by Alexander H. Cohen and directed by Peter Ustinov.
43 Hall Of Fame, The : "New and Elaborate Pictorial Review" by Sydney Rosenfeld. Music by A. Baldwin Sloane. Lyrics by George V. Hobart. Produced by the Sire Brothers at The New York Theatre (NYC - 1902) starring Mildred Meade, Edythe Moyer, Dorothy Zimmerman, Charles H. Prince, etc. Directed by Ned Wayburn.
43 Hall Of Healing : "A Sincerious Farce" by Sean O' Casey. Produced by The Abbey Theatre at The Queen's Theatre (Dublin, Ireland - 1966) starring Peadar O Luain, Eileen Crowe, Niall Buggy, etc. Directed by Tomas MacAnna. Billed with "The Shadow of a Gunman" by Sean O' Casey.
43 Hallam Wives : "A New Play" by Rose Franken. Produced by The Federated Civic Theatre Association at The Greenwich Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Maria Ouspenskaya, Henry Buckler, William Pike, Margaret Hamilton, Carl Benton Reid, John Beal, etc. Directed by Arthur J. Beckhard.
43 Hallelujah, Baby! : "A New Musical" by Arthur Laurents. Music by Jule Styne. Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Various productions (1967-69) starring Leslie Uggams, Allen Case, Billy Dee Williams, Julius La Rosa ("The Arthur Godfrey Show," etc.), Adam Wade, Lillian Hayman (Co-star of television's "The Leslie Uggams Show"), Barbara Sharma ("Laugh -In"), Marilyn Cooper, Bobbi Baird, Barbara Shannon, Theresa Merritt, Art Posey, etc. Originally produced (1967) by Albert W. Selden, Hal James, Jane C. Nusbaum and Harry Rigby, directed by Burt Shevelove and choreographed by Kevin Carlisle, William Guske and Marie Lake. Original costumes by Irene Sharaff. Songs include: "My Own Morning," "Now's the Time," "Feet Do Yo' Stuff," "Being Good Isn't Good Enough," etc.
43 Halloween (By S. Michaels) : "A New Musical Play" with book and lyrics by Sidney Michaels. Music by Mitch Leigh (Also famous as the composer of the "Nobody Doesn't Like Sara Lee" commercial jingle.). Produced by Florida State University in association with Albert W. Selden and Jerome Minskoff in the Fine Arts Building (Tallahassee, FL - 1972) starring Jose Ferrer, Dick Shawn, Barbara Cook, Billy Barty, etc. Directed by Albert Marre (The Hollywood Ten"). Choreographed by Bert Michaels.
43 Hallowe'en (No author listed) : or "The Vampire and the Water-Kelpie" produced at the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh (1820).
43 Halo On A Shelf : "A New Comedy" by Mary Sullivan. Produced by James Cox in association with Robert Smith at the Cahuenga Playhouse (Hollywood, CA - 1961) starring Robert Hutton, Jean Gillespie, Bob Hastings, Monte Blue, etc. Directed by William Woodson.
43 Hamilton : "A New Play in Four Acts Dealing with the Life of Alexander Hamilton During the Period of Washington's Administration" by Mary P. Hamlin and George Arliss. Produced at various theatres (1917-18) starring George Arliss, Carl Anthony, Dudley Digges, Wilson Day, Jeanne Eagels (Portrayed by Kim Novak in the 1957 biopic, "Jeanne Eagles"), etc. Directed by Klaw and Erlanger and George C. Tyler.
43 Hamlet : Filed with Belknap Shakespeare Collection - see Play Title.
43 Hamlet In The Hood : Filed with Belknap Shakespeare Collection - see "Shakespeare - Modern Adaptations".
43 Hamlet of Stepney Green : Filed with Belknap Shakespeare Collection - see "Shakespeare - Modern Adaptations".
43 Hand In Glove : "A New Play" by Charles K. Freeman and Gerald Savory (Based on the novel, "Hughie Roddis" by Gerald Savory). Produced by Arthur Edison at the Forrest Theatre (NYC - 1944) starring Isobel Elsom, Aubrey Mather, George Lloyd, Skelton Knaggs, etc. Directed by James Whale.
43 Handful of Fire : "A Love Story" by N. Richard Nash. Produced by David Susskind and The Playwrights' Company at various theatres (1958) starring Roddy McDowall, James Daly (Father of Tyne Daly and Tim Daly), Kay Medford, Joan Copeland, Gene Gross, Mark Rydell (Film director), etc. Directed by Robert Lewis.
43 Hands Across The Sea (By Noel Coward) : "A Comedy in One Scene" by Noel Coward. Various productions (1936 - 1960) starring Gertrude Lawrence and Noel Coward (Portrayed by Julie Andrews and Daniel Massey in the 1968 biopic, "Star"), Alan Webb, Moya Nugent, Greta Markson, Lois Kibbee (Daughter of Guy Kibbee), Art Kassul, etc. Billed with other one-act plays, "Suddenly, Last Summer" by Tennessee Williams and "Tonight at Eight-Thirty " and "The Astonished Heart" by Noel Coward.
43 Hands Across The Sea (By H. Pettitt) : "The Famous Scenic Melodrama" by Henry Pettit. Various productions (1889-99) starring Ernest Hastings, Henry Piersons, William Hart, Cora Osterman, Mack Charles, James J. Flanagan, Marshall Farnum, Carl Fey, True S. James, John B. Mason, Junius B. Booth (Brother of John Wilkes Booth and Edwin Booth), Grace Atwell, etc.
43 Hands of Its Enemy, The : Book by Mark Medoff. Produced by the Manhattan Theatre Club at City Center Theater, NYC (1986) starring Lucy Deakins, Jeffrey De Munn, Dann Florek, Phyllis Frelich, Jane Kaczmarek, Tammy Taylor, Ralph Williams, etc. Directed by Kenneth Frankel.
43 Hands Up : "A Romance of the Unusual" by De Witt Newing. Produced by the Frank Wilcox Company at The Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1925) starring Halbert Brown, Frank Wilcox, Dorothy Holmes, Helen Blair, Josephine Fox, etc. Directed by Halbert Brown.
43 Hank Williams - The Show He Never Gave : "A New Musical" by Maynard Collins. Music and lyrics by Hank Williams. Produced at The American Theatre (Toronto, Canada - No date) starring Sneezy Waters, George Essery, Joel Zifkin, David Harvey and Doug Orr. Directed by Peter Froelich. Songs include: "Your Cheatin' Heart," "You Win Again," "Cold Cold Heart," "Lovesick Blues," "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry," etc.
43 Hanky Panky : "A Jumble of Jollification" produced by Lew Field's All-Star Company at various theatres (c.1913) starring Myrtle Gilbert, Flo May, Percy Weller, Minnie Miller, Rose Coghlin, Max Figman, Wilton Lackaye, Max Rogers, Harry Cooper, etc. Music by Edgar Smith and A. Baldwin Sloan. Lyrics by E. Ray Goetz. Directed by Gus Sohlke. Songs include" "The Dollar Bill's the Flag That Rules the World," "Some One is Coming From Dixie," "Dixie Love," "On the Mississippi," "Meet Me At The Stage Door, Tonight," "Where the Edelweiss is Blooming," etc.
43 Hanlon's New Superba : "A Spectacular Pantomime" with book and lyrics by Herbert Hall Winslow, Quincy Kilby and Genevieve Farnell. Various productions (1909-10) starring Hilda Carle, Fred Hanlon, Bess Rosa, William Hanlon, Paul Trest, Kathryn Stevens, Stuart Fox, etc. Directed by William and George Hanlon. Songs include: "Lady Love," "My Zulu Maid," "My Own Red, White and Blue," etc.
43 Hans Christian Anderson : "The Lavish New Musical" with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser (Based on the 1952 film of the same name). Produced at The London Palladium (No date) starring Tommy Steele. Songs include: "Wonderful, Wonderful Copenhagen," "Inchworm," "The Ugly Duckling," "Thumbelina," etc.
43 Hans The Boatman : "An Idyl of the Adirondacks!" by Charles Arnold. Produced at the Opera House (Cleveland - No date) starring Charles Arnold, Charles Foster, Julius Kahn, May Hannan, etc. Directed by Simnonds and Brown.
43 Happenstance : "A New Play" by Andrew Rosenthal. Produced by Bruce Becker at the Tappan Zee Playhouse (NY - 1960) starring Constance Bennett (Sister of Joan and Barbara Bennett), John Archer (Husband of Marjorie Lord and father of Anne Archer), Joan Wetmore, Geoffrey Lumb, etc. Directed by Warren Enters.
43 Happiest Days, The : Book by Charlotte Armstrong. Produced by Courtney Burr at the Vanderbilt Theatre (NYC - 1939) starring William Harrigan, Jimmy Lydon ("Henry Aldrich" film series), John Craven, Uta Hagen, Russell Collins, etc. Directed by Marc Connelly.
43 Happiest Days Of Your Life, The : "A Farce" by John Dighton. Various productions (1953 - 84) starring Graham Pountney, James Cairncross, Matthew Robertson, Peter French, Frank Middlemass, Jane Asher, Patrick Stewart ("Star Trek - The Next Generation"), Larry Bettis, etc.
43 Happiest Girl In The World, The : "A New Musical Comedy" by Fred Saidy and Henry Myers ("The Story of Lysistrata"). Story by E.Y. Harburg (With a bow to Aristophanes and Bulfinch). Music by Jacques Offenbach. Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. Various productions (1961 - 82) starring Cyril Ritchard, Janice Rule, Bruce Yarnell, Dran Seitz, John Napier, Ted Thurston, Richard Winter, David Canary (Co-star of television's "Bonanza," "All My Children," etc. Great-great nephew of "Calamity Jane" - Martha Jane Canary.), Lainie Kazan, Hal Norman, Glenn Heroy, etc. Originally produced (1961) by Lee Guber, directed by Cyril Ritchard and choreographed by Dania Krupska. Songs include: "Five Minutes of Spring," "Viva La Virtue!', "Happiest Girl," etc.
43 Happiest Millionaire, The : "A New Comedy" by Kyle Crichton (Suggested by "My Philadelphia Father" by Cordelia Drexel Biddle and Kyle Crichton). Various productions (1956 - 59) starring Walter Pidgeon (Creating the role of "Anthony J. Drexel Biddle"), Edward Hunt, Dorothy Elder, George Grizzard, Clint Young, Nancy Cushman, Victor Jory, Marta Linden, Lou Nova, Jon Jory (Son of Victor Jory), Bob Stephens, Marjorie Kopp, Arch Johnson, Ruth White, James J. Hall, Jay Harder, Eve Norton, Paul Sparer, etc. Originally produced and directed by Howard Erskine and Joseph Hayes.
43 Happiest Years, The : "A New Comedy" by Thomas Coley and William Roerick. Produced by Gertrude Macy at The Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1949) starring Peggy Wood, June Walker, Loring Smith, Judy Parrish, Douglas Watson, etc. Directed by James Neilson.
43 Happiness : Book by J. Hartley Manners. Various productions (1917-18) starring Laurette Taylor, J.M. Kerrigan, Andrew Stiles, Warner Anderson, Violet Kemble Cooper, Lynn Fontanne, Kathryn Elston, Stephanie Wickman, etc. Originally produced (1917) by Klaw and Erlanger and George C. Tyler and directed by J. Hartley Manners.
43 Happy : "A Musical Comedy" by Vincent Lawrence and McElbert Moore. Music by Frank Grey. Lyrics by Earle Crooker and McElbert Moore. Produced by Murray Phillips at the Earl Carroll Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring John Kane, Gene Collins, Virginia Smith, Percy Helton, Rosa Lee, Hermes Pan, etc. Directed by Walter Brooks. Choreographed by Walter Brooks and Jack Heisler. Songs include: "Plastic Surgery," "The Serpentine," "Lorelei," "Through the Night," etc.
43 Happy As Larry : "A New Musical" by Donagh MacDonagh. Music by Mischa and Wesley Portnoff. Various productions (1949 - 57) starring Burgess Meredith, Marguerite Paizza, Gene Barry ("Bat Masterson," etc.), Barbara Perry, Henry Calvin, Irwin Corey ("Professor Irwin Corey"), Bernard Engel, Richard Forsyth, Earl Rankin, etc. Originally produced (1949) by Leonard Sillman, directed by Burgess Meredith and choreographed by Anne Sokolow. Mobiles by Alexander Calder. Songs include: "No One Loves Me," "Three Old Ladies From Hades," "The Flatulent Ballad," "The Tobacco Blues," etc.
43 Happy Birthday (By M. Camoletti) : "A New Comedy" by Marc Camoletti. Adapted by Beverly Cross. Produced by John Gale at the Apollo Theatre (London - 1979) starring Ian Lavender, Terence Edmond, Julia Foster, Malou Cartwright, Colette Gleeson, etc. Directed by Roger Redfarn.
43 Happy Birthday (By A. Loos) : "A New Comedy' by Anita Loos. Various productions (1947 - 54) starring Helen Hayes, Margaret Irving, Jack Diamond, Enid Markey, Joan Blondell, Florence Sundstrom, Jack Hartley, Imogene Coca, William Prince, Lucille Benson, Steve Pearlman, Miriam Hopkins, Eric Fleming ("Rawhide," etc.), Alan Sues ("Laugh -In'), Jeff Morrow, Ellen Powell (Daughter of Dick Powell and Joan Blondell), etc. Originally produced (1947) by Richard Rodgers (Portrayed by Tom Drake in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music") and Oscar Hammerstein 2nd and directed by Joshua Logan. Original costumes by Lucinda Ballard.
43 Happy Birthday, Wanda June : "A New Play" by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. Produced by Lester M. Goldsmith at various theatres (1970-71) starring Kevin McCarthy (Brother of author, Mary McCarthy), Marsha Mason (Wife of Neil Simon), William Hickey, Steven Paul, Pamela Saunders, etc. Directed by Michael J. Kane.
43 Happy Days (By S. Beckett) : "A Play in Two Acts' by Samuel Beckett. Various productions (1969-72) starring Madeleine Renaud, Jean-Louis Barrault, Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy.
43 Happy Days (By G. Marshall) : "A New Musical" by Garry Marshall (Based on the Paramount Pictures television series created by Garry Marshall). Music and lyrics by Paul Williams. Produced by Mark S. Hoebee at the Paper Mill Playhouse (Millburn, NJ - 2007) starring Rory O' Malley, Patrick Garner, Cynthia Ferrer, Joey Sorge, etc. Directed by Gordon Greenberg. Choreographed by Michele Lynch. Songs include: "Welcome to Wisconsin," "Snap," "Hot Love," "What I Dreamed Last Night," "Legend in Leather," "Guys Like Us," "Happy Days," etc.
43 Happy Days (By O. Roberts) : Book by Octavia Roberts. Produced by the Olla Podrida Club (No location or date listed ) starring Gladys Berry, Ethel Ness, Laura Morris, etc. Directed by Martha C.M. Vaughan. Billed with "The Boor" by Anton Tchekoff.
43 Happy Days, The : Book by Zoe Akins (Adapted from a play by Claude-Andre Puget. Produced by Raphael and Robert Hakim at Henry Miller's Theatre (NYC - 1941) starring Diana Barrymore (Daughter of John Barrymore - portrayed by Dorothy Malone in the 1958 biopic, "Too Much, Too Soon"), Edward Ashley, Joan Tetzel, Peter Scott, etc. Directed by Arthur Ripley.
43 Happy End : "A Musical About the Power of Love and the Charm of Cash" with book and lyrics adapted by Michael Feingold (From the Original German play by Dorothy Lane). Music by Kurt Weill. Lyrics by Bertolt Brecht. Various productions (1972-85) starring Stephen Joyce, Sydney Walker, Judy Reagan, Anne Chodoff, Christopher Lloyd, Meryl Streep, Liz Sheridan (Jerry Seinfeld's mother on "Seinfeld"), Tom Teti, Jonathan Weir, David Warner, Lynn Waltz, Peter Sauer, Paul Hartel, Henry Strozier, Michael Genet, Kevin McClarnon, Joe Palmieri, Richard Bauer, Casey Biggs, John Aller, Pamela Bierly, Diana Braak, etc. Songs include: "The Bilbao Song," "The Sailor's Tango," "The Mandalay Song," "Surabaya Johnny," etc.
43 Happy Ending (By A. Chekhov) : Book by Anton Chekhov. Produced as "An Evening of Anton Chekhov Sketches" (Including "After the Theatre," "The Witch," "The Story of Miss N.N." and "I Forgot") at the Barbizon-Plaza Concert Hall (NYC - 1942) starring David Heilweil, Deirdre Hurst, Michael Chechov, Beatrice Straight, Arthur Franz, etc. Directed by Michael Chechov. (Nephew of Anton Chekhov). "Net proceeds will be donated to the American - Russian Committee for Medical Aid to the U.S.S.R., Inc."
43 Happy Ending (By D.T. Ward) : Book by Douglas Turner Ward. Various productions (1965-72) of two one-act plays by Douglas Turner Ward (Also including "Day of Absence") starring Esther Rolle, Arthur French, William Jay, Douglas Turner, Barbara J. Jacobs, Ray Adams, Tony Perkins, Sallie Burch, Tyrone Ford, etc. Originally produced (1965) by Robert Hooks and directed by Philip Meister.
43 Happy Endings : "A World Premiere Play" by Shel Silverstein. Music by Michael O' Toole. Produced (Chicago - No date) by The Atlantic Theater Company (Founded by David Mamet and William H. Macy. The Atlantic Theater Company has its own two-year conservatory program, and is also part of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.) starring Tom Donaghy, Wylie Goodman, Merrill Holtzman, Lawrence Kopp and Mary McCann. Directed by Scott Zigler.
43 Happy-Go-Lucky : "A Comedy" by Ian Hay. Produced by A.H. Woods (By arrangement with Grossmith and Laurillard) at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1920) starring George Giddens, Barry Baxter, Oswald Yorke, etc. Directed by W.H. Gilmore.
43 Happy Hooligan : "The Massive Scenic Comedy Creation" based on F. Opper's Famous Cartoon. Various productions (c.1913) staring Danny Simmons, Paul Quinn, May Shirk, Jame F. Leonard, Rosa Gore, etc.
43 Happy Hour : Book by Ethan Coen. Produced by the Atlantic Theater Company at The Peter Norton Space (NYC - 2011) starring Cassie Beck, Aya Cash, Clark Gregg, Susan Hyon, Rock Kohli, Gordon MacDonald, Amanda Quaid, Ana Reeder, Joey Slotnick, Lenny Venito, etc. Directed by Neil Pepe.
43 Happy Hunting : Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Music by Harold Karr. Lyrics by Matt Dubey. Various productions (1957 - 58) starring Ethel Merman, Fernando Lamas, Virginia Gibson, Gene Wesson, Estelle Parsons, Mary Roche, Leon Belasco, June Carroll, Earl Hammond, Gypsy Rose Lee, Earl Wrightson, Phil Leeds, Allan Jones (Father of Jack Jones), Penny Singleton (Most famous as "Blondie" in the film series), Nancy Andrews, etc. Originally produced (1957) by Jo Mielziner, directed by Abe Burrows and choreographed by Alex Romero and Bob Herget. Original costumes by Irene Sharaff. Songs include: "Mutual Admiration Society', "Just a Moment Ago" (Music and lyrics by Kay Thompson), "A New -Fangled Tango," "She's Just Another Girl," "It's Good to Be Here," etc.
43 Happy Husband, The : "A Light Comedy" by Harrison Owen. Various productions (1927-28) starring Mary Moore, Billie Burke (Wife of Florenz Ziegfeld), Lawrence Grossmith, Charles Laughton, A. E. Mathews, Irene Browne, Walter Connolly, Ilka Chase, John Williams, etc.
43 Happy Island : Book by James Bernard Fagan (Founded on the Hungarian of Melchior Lengyel). Produced at His Majesty's Theatre (London - 1913) starring Herbert Tree, Nigel Playfair, Arthur Wood, Frances Dillon, etc.
43 Happy Journey, The : "To Trenton and Camden" by Thornton Wilder. Various productions (c. 1948) starring William Brower, Peggy Allenby, Clifford Sales, Mari Lynn, etc. Billed with other one-act plays ("The Respectful Prostitute" by Jean-Paul Sartre and "Queens of France" by Thornton Wilder).
43 Happy Little Home, A : "The Musical Comedy Satire" by Charles Klein. Produced at various theatres (1896) starring George W. Monroe, Harry Hotto, Nick Long, Idalene Cotton, Cora Macy, John H.W.Byrne, Dorothy Drew, etc.
43 Happy Pair, A : "The Charming Comedietta" produced by The Julian Comedy Company at the Opera House (No location or date listed) starring Frederick Julian and Edith Julian. Billed with "The Rebel Chief".
43 Happy Time, The : "A Comedy of Love" by Samuel Taylor (Based on the book by Robert Fontaine). Various productions (1950 - 59) starring Claude Dauphin, Richard Hart, Kurt Kaszner, Eva Gabor, Johnny Stewart, Leora Dana, Margaret Truman (Daughter of President Harry Truman), Sandra Donat, Roger Dann, Denise Darcel, Richard Trask, Dan Bly, Helen Bragdon, Helmut Dantine, Mary Fickett, Warren Berlinger, John Fiedler, Michael Troy, John Cavaluchi, etc. Originally produced (1950) by Richard Rodgers (Portrayed by Tom Drake in the 1948 biopic, "Rhapsody in Blue") and Oscar Hammerstein 2nd and directed by Robert Lewis.
43 Happy Time, The (Musical) : "A New Musical" by N. Robert Nash (Based upon the play by Samuel Taylor and the book by Robert L. Fontaine). Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Produced by David Merrick at various theatres (1967-68) starring Robert Goulet, David Wayne, Julie Gregg, George S. Irving, Charles Durning, Mike Rupert, etc. Directed, filmed and choreographed by Gower Champion. Songs include: "The Happy Time," "I Don't Remember You," "Among My Yesterdays," etc.
43 Harbor Lights (By Sims and Pettitt) : "New Romantic Drama" by Simms and Pettitt. Produced at the Boston Museum (1886) starring E.H. Vanderfelt, Frazer Coulter, Boyd Putnam, Helen Standish, etc. Directed by William Sidney.
43 Harbor Lights (By N. Vane) : "A New Drama" by Norman Vane. Produced by Anthony Parella at The Playhouse (NYC - 1956) starring Linda Darnell, Robert Alda (Father of Alan Alda), Paul Langton, Pat Harrington, etc. Directed by Thomajan.
43 Harbour Watch, The : "An Original Play in One Act" by Rudyard Kipling. Produced at The Royalty Theatre (London - 1913) starring Luke Forster, George Tully, Marjorie Day, etc. Directed by Frank Vernon. Billed with "Interlopers" by H.M. Harwood.
43 Hard Laughs : "World Premiere" by Gary Kott (Based on "the Warm-Up," a book by Sammy Shore). Produced at the Santa Monica Playhouse (CA - 1985). Directed by Chris DeCarlo.
43 Hard Times : Book by Charles Dickens. Adapted and Produced by The San Francisco Theatre Project at the Diego Rivera Theatre (No date).
43 Hard To Be A Jew : Book by Joseph Buloff and David Licht (Adapted from the stories of Sholom Aleichem). Music by Sholom Secunda. Lyrics by Yitzchok Perlov. Produced at the Eden Theatre (NYC - 1973) starring Joseph Buloff, Stan Porter, Bruce Adler (Son of Henrietta Jacobson and Julius Adler, stars of the Yiddish Theatre), etc. Directed by David Licht. Choreographed by Pearl Lang. Songs include: "Russian Waltz," "Romance," "Jewish People Will Live On (Am Yisroel Chai)," etc.
43 Hard Way, The : "A Rollicking New Comedy" by Allen Boretz. Produced by Allen Boretz and Morris Helprin at the Plymouth Theatre (Boston - No date) starring Isabel Jewell, Eleanor Lynn, Grant Mills, Sanford Meisner, etc. Directed by Anton Bundsmann.
43 Hardly A Kind Word About Anybody : Book and lyrics by Bud Freeman. Music by Leon Pober. Produced by Frank Werber at the Coronet Theatre (Los Angeles - 1962) starring Jerry Paris, Ann B. Davis, Vito Scotti, Tony Monaco, Chris Carter, etc. Directed by Curt Conway. Choreographed by Jolene Lontere. Songs include: "The Guilty American," "Little Old Lady from Pasadena," "Movement in the Peace Corps," "Sterile Environment Blues," etc.
43 Harem, The : "A New Comedy" by Ernest Vajda (Adapted by Avery Hopwood). Produced by David Belasco at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1925) starring Lenore Ulric, William Courtnay, Virginia Hammond, etc. Directed by David Belasco.
43 Harem Scarem : "A Seductive and Romantic Farce" produced at the Hanna Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio - 1943).
43 Harlem : "An Episode of Life in New York's Black Belt" by William Jourdan Rapp and Wallace Thurman. Produced by Edward A. Blatt at the Apollo Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Clarence Taylor, Lew Payton, Elise Thomas, Inez Clough, etc. Directed by Chester Erskin.
43 Harlequin And Cock Robin : or "The Babes in the Wood" produced at The Theatre-Royal, Drury Lane (London - 1828). Billed with "Lord of the Manor" and "The Turkish Lovers".
43 Harlequin And Fancy : or "The Poet's Last Shilling" produced at The Theatre-Royal, Drury Lane (London - 1816). Billed with "The Merchant of Bruges".
43 Harlequin And Little Red Riding Hood : or "The Wizard and the Wolf" produced at The Theatre-Royal, Covent Garden (London - 1829). Billed with "The Nymph of the Grotto".
43 Harlequin And The Merrie Devil Of Edmonton : or "The Great Bed of Ware" produced at The Theatre-Royal, Dublin (1843). Billed with "Love's Sacrifice".
43 Harlequin And The Swans : or "The Bath of Beauty" produced at The Theatre-Royal, Covent Garden (London - 1814). Billed with "The Farmer's Wife".
43 Harlequin, Jack Of All Trades : Produced at The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London - 1825-26). Billed with "The Camp," "Naymetaboaia," "The Seige of Belgrade," "The Hypocrite," and "The Cabinet".
43 Harlequin, Sinbad And The Old Man Of The Sea : Produced at The Theatre Royal, Edinburgh (1831 - 32). Billed with "The Grecian Statue," "John Jones," "A New Way to Pay Old Debts," "The Haunted Tower," "The Mountaineers," "The Revenge," "Paul Pry," "George Heriot," "Rob Roy," etc.
43 Harlequin Whittington, Lord Mayor Of London : Produced at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden (London - 1815). Billed with "John of Paris" and "A Balloon and Parachute".
43 Harlequin's Vision : Produced at The Theatre-Royal, Drury Lane (London - 1818). Billed with "Lilliput," The Turret Clock," "Richard, Duke of York" and "The Hypocrite".
43 Harlequinade, A : Book by Terence Rattigan. Music by William Brooks. Produced by Maurice Evans and Stephen Mitchell at the Coronet Theatre (NYC - 1949) starring Maurice Evans, Edna Best, Ron Randell, etc. Followed by "The Browning Version" directed by Peter Glenville.
43 Harlequinade, The : Book by Dion Clayton Calthrop and Granville Barker. Music by Morton Stephenson. Produced at the St. James Theatre (London - 1913) starring Lillah McCarthy, Granville Barker, Cathleen Nesbitt, Nigel Playfair, etc. Directed by Granville Barker. Billed with "Androcles and the Lion" by George Bernard Shaw.
43 Harmony : "A Domestic Drama" by Henry Arthur Jones. Produced at the Royalty Theatre (London - No date) starring Mark Kinghorne, Arthur Armstrong, Charles Troode and Ettie Williams. Billed with "The Chili Widow" by M.M. Bisson and Carre.
43 Harold (By H. Raucher) : "A Comedy" by Herman Raucher. Produced at various theatres (1962) starring Anthony Perkins, Don Adams ("Get Smart," etc.), Nathaniel Fry, John Feidler, Joey Heatherton, etc. Directed by Larry Blyden (The second regular host of television's "What's My Line?". Husband of Carol Haney.).
43 Harold (By A. Tennyson) : Book by Alfred Lord Tennyson. Produced by The Yale University Dramatic Association (New Haven - 1915) starring A.O. Morse, N.B. Belknap, C. D. Backus, etc. Directed by Edgar Montillion Woolley (Monty Woolley).
43 Harold! The Merchant of Calais! : Produced at The Museum (No location listed - 1852). Billed with "Don Caesar De Bazan".
43 Harp Of Life, The : Book by J. Hartley Manners. Produced by Klaw and Erlanger and George C. Tyler at various theatres (1916) starring Laurette Taylor, Lynn Fontanne, Philip Merivale, Frank Kemble Cooper, etc. Directed by J. Hartley Manners.
43 Harper Regan : Book by Simon Stephens. Produced by the Atlantic Theater Company at the Linda Gross Theater (NYC - 2012) starring Vandit Bhatt, Christopher Innvar, Mahira Kakker, Jordan Lage, Madeleine Martin, Mary McCann, Mary Beth Peil, Gareth Saxe, Peter Scanavino, Jahn Sharian, Steven Tyrone Willimas, etc. Directed by Gaye Taylor Upchurch. Music by Fitz Patton.
44 Harriet : Book by Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements. Produced by Gilbert Miller at various theatres (1943 - 44) starring Helen Hayes (as "Harriet Beecher Stowe"), Alberta Perkins, Jane Seymour, Rhys Williams, Guy Sorel, Victor Franz, etc. Directed by Elia Kazan.
44 Harriet, The Woman Called Roses : "The Story of the American Underground Railroad freely based on the life of Harriet Tubman" by Thea Musgrave. Produced by The Virginia Opera Association at the Norfolk Center Theatre (1985) starring Cynthia Haymon, Ben Holt, Damon Evans, etc. Directed by Gordon Davidson.
44 Harriet's Honeymoon : "A Comedy" by Leo Ditrichstein. Produced at The Garrick Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Mary Mannering, Arthur Byron, Henry Kolker, Edward See, etc.
44 Harrison, TX : "Three Plays (BLIND DATE, THE ONE-ARMED MAN and THE MIDNIGHT CALLER)" by Horton Foote. Produced by Primary Stages at the 50E59 Theaters (NYC - 2012) starring Devon Abner, Mary Bacon, Jeremy Bobb, Alexander Cendese, Hallie Foote, Andrea Lynn Green, Jayne Houdyshell, Evan Jonigkeit, Jenny Dare Paulin, etc. Directed by Pam MacKinnon.
44 Harry Delmar's Revels : "Broadway's Newest and Most Spectacular Revue" with sketches by William K. Wells. Music by Jimmy Monaco, Jesse Greer and Lester Lee. Lyrics by Billy Rose (Portrayed by James Caan in the 1975 biopic, "Funny Lady") and Ballard MacDonald. Produced by Samuel Baerwitz and Harry Delmar at The Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring Winnie Lightner, Frank Fay ("Harvey, etc. Husband of Barbara Stanwyk), Patsy Kelly, Jean Carroll, Walters and Ellis (Dance Team), Glen Dale, Bert Lahr, Chester Hale Dancing Girls, etc. Choreographed by Harry Delmar and Sam Rose. Ballets by Chester Hale. Songs include; "I Love a man in Uniform," "My Rainbow," "The Jigaboo Jig," Naga Saki," etc.
44 Harry's Christmas : Book by Steven Berkoff. Produced at the Annex Theatre (Seattle, WA - No date) starring K. Christopher Mathews. Directed by Christopher Mack.
44 Harvest (By K. Horton) : "A New Play" by Kate Horton. Produced by The Messrs. Shubert at various theatres (1925) staring Augustin Duncan, Louise Closser Hale, Sam Coit, Earle House, etc. Directed by John Cromwell (Father of James Cromwell).
44 Harvest (By L. Robinson) : Book by Lennox Robinson. Produced at the Royal Court Theatre (London - 1911) starring Fred O' Donovan, Kathleen O' Brien, Eileen O' Doherty, etc. Billed with "The Full Moon" by Lady Gregory starring Sara Allgood, Arthur Sinclair, Sidney J. Morgan, etc.
44 Harvest, The : "Latest Play" by Edwin Milton Royle. Produced at the Empire Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1920) starring Pauline Lord, Frank Allworth, Helen Ware, Cyril Scott, etc. Directed by Alexander Leftwich.
44 Harvest In The North : Book by James Landale Hodson. Produced at the Embassy Repertory Theatre (London - 1935) starring Hilda Davies, James Craven, Jack Webb ("Dragnet," etc.), Herbert Lomas, etc. Directed by John Fernald.
44 Harvest Moon, The : "A New Play" by Augustus Thomas. Produced by Charles Frohman (1909) starring Margaret Sayres, John Stokes, Harry L. Lang, George Nash, etc.
44 Harvest Of Years : "A New Play" by DeWitt Bodeen. Produced by Arthur J. Beckhard at the Hudson Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring Esther Dale, Leona Maricle, Russell Hardie, Philip Abbott (Co-star of television's "The FBI"), Emily Noble, etc. Directed by Arthur J. Beckhard.
44 Harvester, The : "A Drama of the Fields" by Charles M. Skinner (Adapted from "Le Chemineau" of Jean Richepin). Produced at the Lyric Theatre (NYC - 1904) starring Otis Skinner, George Clarke, John Boylan, Marion Abbott, etc. Directed by Otis Skinner.
44 Harvey : "The Pulitzer Prize Play" by Mary Chase. Various productions (1945 - 2012) starring Frank Fay (Husband of Barbara Stanwyck.), Josephine Hull (Most famous as the star of "Arsenic and Old Lace" on stage and film), Jesse White (Television's original "Maytag Repairman"), Eloise Sheldon, Janet Taylor, John Kirk, James Stewart, Helen Hayes, Peggy Pope, Davyd Harries, David Plimmer, Gig Young, Shirley Booth, Tandy Cronyn (Daughter of Jessica Tandy and Hume Cronyn), Dana Elcar, Bert Wheeler (of the Comedy team, Wheeler and Woolsey), Joe E. Brown, Marion Lorne (Co-star of television's "The Garry Moore Show," Bewitched," etc.), Burgess Meredith, Ruth McDevitt, Edwin Christie, John Cassavetes, Frances Bavier ("Aunt Bee on television's "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Mayberry RFD"), Lionel Wilson, Pat Kinsley, Archie Smith, Mona Washbourne, Richard Brewer, Michael Walker, Warren P. Osborne, Louis Pike, Michael McLane, Bil Payne, Jim Parsons, Jessica Hecht, Charles Kimbrough, Larry Bryggman, Peter Benson, Tracee Chimo, Holley Fain, Angelo Paton, Rich Sommer, Morgan Spector, etc. Originally produced (1945) by Brock Pemberton and directed by Antoinette Perry.
44 Hassard Short's Ritz Revue : Book conceived by Hassard Short. Produced by Hassard Short at various theatres (!924-25) starring Madeleine Fairbanks, William Ladd, Myrtle Schaaf, Charlotte Greenwood, Raymond Hitchcock, Hal Forde, Jimmy Savo, etc. Directed by Hassard Short and Clyde North. Choreographed by Seymour Felix and Chester Hale. Songs include: "Uking the Uke," "From Cottage to Subway," "I Want to Belong," etc.
44 Hasty Heart, The : "A New Comedy" by John Patrick. Various productions (1945 - 61) starring John Lund, Richard Baseheart (Co-star of "La Strada," etc. on film. Co-star of television's "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea," etc), Victor Chapin, Jerry Albert, Helen Burke, Dort Clark, Earl Jones (Robert Earl Jones, father of James Earl Jones) John Dall, Ron Charles, Tony Del Gatto, Ronald Bjick, etc. Originally produced (1945) by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse and directed by Bretaigne Windust.
44 Hatful Of Rain, A : "A New Play" by Michael V. Gazzo. Various productions (1955 - 65) starring Shelley Winters, Ben Gazzara, Anthony Franciosa (Husband of Shelley Winters), Paul Richards, Henry Silva, Harry Guardino, Frank Silvera, Vivian Blaine ("Guys and Dolls," etc.), Mark Richman, Gavin MacLeod, Dudley Benit, Diane Gruber, Nicholas Colasanto (Co-star of television's "Cheers,"), Steven (Steve) McQueen, John Creamer, Sally Ann Howes, Sam Wanamaker, George Coulouris, Roger Knutson, etc. Originally produced (1955) by Jay Julien and directed by Frank Corsaro.
44 Haunted Host, The : A Comedy" by Robert Patrick. Produced by Lawrence Lane at The Actors' Playhouse (NYC - 1991) starring Harvey Fierstein and Jason Workman. Directed by Eric Concklin.
44 Haunted House, The : "A Complicated Comedy" by Owen Davis. Produced by The Frank Wilcox Company at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse - 1925) starring Frank Wilcox, Helen Blair, John Taylor, Dorothy Holmes, etc. Directed by Halbert Brown.
44 Haunted Inn, The : "A New Farce" produced at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London - 1828). Billed with "Jaun's Early Days" and "Love, Law, and Physick".
44 Haunted Tower, The : "The Comic Opera" produced at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London - 1817). Billed with "The Tale of Mystery" and "The Man in the Moon".
44 Havana : "New Musical Play" by George Grossmith and Graham Hill (Revised for America by James T. Powers and Edgar Smith). Music by Leslie Stuart. Lyrics by Adrian Ross and George Arthur. Various productions and adaptations (1909 - 12) starring James T. Powers, Eva Davenport, Clara Palmer, Viola Kellogg, Ernest Hare (Of the radio vocal group, "The Happiness Boys" with Billy Jones), Percy Ames, etc. Directed by Ned Wayburn and J. Gordon Edwards. Songs include: "T'is Noon of Tropic Day," "I'm a Cuban Girl," "The Girl With the Yellow Roses," "On the Shore's of Sheepshead Bay," "Would You Like to Motor with Mater," etc.
44 Have A Heart : "The New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Guy Bolten and P.G. Wodehouse. Music by Jerome Kern (Portrayed by Robert Walker in the 1946 biopic, "Till The Clouds Roll By"). Produced by Henry W. Savage at various theatres (1917) starring Joseph Del Puente, Billy B.Van, Helen Gunther, Helen Kling, Billy Kent, etc. Songs include: "Honeymoon Inn," "I'm Here Little Girls, I'm Here," "The Road That Lies Before," etc.
44 Have I Got A Girl For You : "A New Comedy" by Irving Cooper (Based on a story by Helen Cooper). Produced by Richard W. Krakeur and David Kaufman at The Biltmore Theatre (Hollywood, CA - 1963) starring Mark Richman, Mabel Albertson (Sister of Jack Albertson), Gail Kobe, Doris Roberts, Leonard Stone, Christopher Cross, Richard B. Shull, etc. Directed by Malcolm Black.
44 Have You Seen Stella : "The Sparkling Musical Comedy" by Charles Alpin. Produced at the Denham Theatre (No location listed - 1917) starring Billie Fitchett, Joe Bannister, Hazel Regan, etc. Songs include: "When Sunday Comes to Town," "Back to Alabam'," "Ramona," etc.
44 Having Wonderful Time : "A Comedy" by Arthur Kober. Produced by Marc Connelly at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1937) starring Jules Garfield (John Garfield), Sidney Fox, Cornel Wilde, Richard Irving, Herbert Vigran (Herb Vigran), Sandra Gould, Mitchell Grayson, Wolfe Barzell, Philip Van Zandt, etc. Directed by Marc Connelly.
44 Having Our Say : Book by Emily Mann (Adapted from the book by Sarah L. Delany and A. Elizabeth Delany). Original music by Baikada Carroll. Produced by Camille O. Crosby (Wife of Bill Cosby) and Judith Rutherford James at various theatres (1995 - 96) starring Mary Alice and Gloria Foster (as "The Delany Sisters"). Directed by Emily Mann.
44 Havoc : Book by Harry Wall. Produced by The Messrs.Shubert at Maxine Elliott's Theatre (NYC - 1924) starring Ralph Forbes, Richard Bird, Leo G. Carroll (Co-star of television's "The Man From U.N.C.L.E."), Ruth Raymonde, etc. Directed by Leo G. Carroll.
44 Hawk, The : "A Drama of Modern French Life" by Francis de Croisset (Translated by Marie Zane Taylor). Adapted by William Faversham. Produced at various theatres (1914 - 15) starring William Faversham, Gabrielle Dorziat, Richard Dix, Agnes Kemble, William H. Burton, etc. Directed by William Faversham.
44 Hawthorne Of The U.S.A. : "A Romantic Farce Comedy" by James Bernard Fagan. Produced by The Colonial Stock Company at the Colonial Theatre (Cleveland - 1913) starring Jeffreys Lewis, Jack Grey, May Buckley, Wilson Day, etc. Directed by William Postance.
44 Hay Fever : "Greatest Comedy" by Noel Coward (Portrayed by Daniel Massey in the 1968 biopic, "Star"). Various productions (1925 - 85) starring Constance Collier, Eric Cowley, Penelope Keith, Moray Watson, Donald Pickering, Rosemary Harris, Campbell Scott (Son of George C. Scott and Colleen Dewhurst), Roy Dotrice (Father of Karen Dotrice), Edward Weldon, Shirley Booth, 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), Marian Mercer (Co-star of television's "The Dean Martin Show," etc.), Sam Waterston, Roberta Maxwell, Carole Shelley, Marie Tempest, Linda Marlowe, Geoffrey Lumb, Deborah Rush, George Smathers (Former U.S. Senator from Florida), Thelma Boltin (Legendary Florida Folk storyteller), Miriam Hopkins, Bill Story, Marvette Carter, Robert Fisher, Deirdre Owens, Jean Britt, David Birney, Andra Akers, Bill Millard, Pixie Hopkins, Ryland Merkey, Celia Ryder, George Vogel, Margaret Phillips, Cora Witherspoon, Constance Bennett, Mary McGusty, Libby Boone, Robertson Smith, Lois Taylor Whitten, Bob Joyce, Adolfo Arias, Anthony Kemble -Cooper, Marie Tempest, Celeste Holm, Jill Tanner, Anne Sheldon, Jay Doyle, etc. Original 1925 production directed by Noel Coward.
44 Hay-Foot, Straw-Foot : "A Play with Music" by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein (Suggested by a story by Edward Boykin, a former West Pointer). Music by Jerome Kern (Portrayed by Robert Walker in the 1946 biopic, "Till the Clouds Roll By"). Produced by The Yale Dramatic Association (New Haven - 1942) starring Evelyn Wyckoff, George R. Hill, Louis Connick, Jr., Dean Witter, James A. Whitmore, Jr., The Yale Glee Club, etc. Directed by Mortimer Marshall.
44 Hazel Flagg : "A New Musical" by Ben Hecht (Based on a story by James Street, and the cinema "Nothing Scared"). Music by Jule Styne. Lyrics by Bob Hilliard. Produced by Jule Styne at various theatres (1953) starring Helen Gallagher, Thomas Mitchell, Benay Venuta (Wife of Fred Clark), John Howard, Jack Whiting, Jonathan Harris (Most famous as "Dr. Smith" on television's "Lost in Space"), John Brascia, Sheree North, Ross Martin (Television's "The Wild Wild West"), Tony Bavaar, Nancy Andrews, etc. Directed by David Alexander. Choreographed by Robert Alton. Choral arrangements by Hugh Martin. Entire production under the supervision of Robert Alton. Songs include: "How Do You Speak to an Angel," "Every Street's a Boulevard in Old New York," "My Wild Imagination," "Autograph Chant," etc.
44 Hazel Kirke : "Beautiful Comedy-Drama" produced at various theatres (c. 1881) starring H.R. Brennan, Charles Russell, Florence Lytelle, Alma Deane, Minnie DeLange, Edward H. See, Dora Leigh, Fred Loranger, Hattie Henry, Belle Archer, Dolly Pike, Laura Alberta, Gustavus Levick, Carrie Jamison, etc.
44 He : "A Comedy" by Alfred Savoir (Adapted by Chester Erskin). Produced by The Theatre Guild at various theatres (1931) starring Victor Kilian ("The Fernwood Flasher" on television's "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman"), Claude Rains, Pedro de Cordoba, Edith Meiser, Tom Powers, Violet Kemble Cooper, William Gargan, etc. Directed by Chester Erskin.
44 He And She : Book by Rachel Crothers. Produced by The Brooklyn Academy of Music Theater Company (1980) starring Gerry Bamman, Richard Jamieson, Laurie Kennedy, etc. Directed by Emily Mann. Originally produced by Lee and J.J. Shubert at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1919) starring John Kirkpatrick, Saxon Kling, Rachel Crothers, Carrie Lowe, Cyril Keightley, etc. Directed by Rachel Crothers.
44 He Came From Milwaukee : "A Musical Comedy" by Mark Swan and Edgar Smith. Music by Ben M. Jerome, Melville Ellis and Louis A. Hirsch. Lyrics by Edward Madden. Produced by Sam S. and Lee Shubert at various theatres (c. 1910-11) starring Sam Bernard, John J. Cain, George Baldwin, Billy Gaston, Charles R. Burrows, Louis Harrison, Winona Winter, etc. Directed by Sydney Ellison. Songs include: "Come Back to Bohemia," "The Zinga-Zula Man," "There's an Aeroplane Air About You," "in a Gypsy Land," etc.
44 He Understood Women : "A Continental Comedy' by Frances Lynch and Michael Kallesser. Produced by Michael Kallesser at The Belmont Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring Peggy Allenby, Allan Devitt, Hilda Spong, William Augustin, Joseph Gramby and Frank G. Bond. Directed by Frank G. Bond.
44 He Who Gets Slapped : Book by Leonid Andreyev. Various productions, adaptations and translations (1922 - 58) starring Ernest Cossart, Helen Westley, Helen Sheridan, Henry Travers (Most famous as "Clarence the Angel" in the film, "It's A Wonderful Life"), Louis Calvert, Philip Loeb (Co-star of "The Goldbergs" on radio and television), Dennis King, Stella Adler, John Abbott, Russell Collins, Frank DeSilva, Alfred Drake, Susan Kohner, Nicholas Pryor, Paul Dooley, Richard Bennett, Allyn Joslyn, Jack Wall, Rudolf Vest, Robert McCrory, Kaye DeMetz, Marshall Swofford, etc. Originally produced (1922) by Sam H. Harris and directed by Robert Milton. The 1946 production directed by Tyrone Guthrie.
44 He Would Be An Actor : "Farce " by Charles Mathews. Produced at The Theatre Royal, Dublin (1847) starring Charles Mathews. Billed with "A Curious Case" and "The Follies of a Night".
44 Head Of Hair, The : "World Premiere" by Allen Davis III. Produced by The Milwaukee Repertory Theater (1967) starring Michael Tucker, Frank Borgman, Dolly Warshafsky, Jeff Chandler and Erika Slezak (Daughter of Walter Slezak). Directed by Robert Benedetti.
44 Head Of The Family, The : Book by Clyde Fitch and Leo Ditrichstein (Freely adapted from the German of L'Arrronge). Produced at various theatres (1899) staring William H. Crane, Walter Hale, Kate Lester, Leila Bronson, etc. Directed by Joseph Brooks.
44 Head Over Heals : "A New Play with Music" with book and lyrics by Edgar Allan Woolf (Suggested by Lee Arthur's dramatization of Nalbro Bartley's story, "Shadows"). Music by Jerome Kern (Portrayed by Robert Walker in the 1946 biopic, "Till the Clouds Roll By"). Produced by Henry W.Savage at various theatres (1918-19) starring Mitzi (Hajos), Robert Emmett Keane, Charles Judels, Ruth Oswald, Joe Keno, Boyd Marshall, Edward Sells, Neil Moore, Rebekah Cauble, etc. Directed by George Marion. Choreographed by Julian Mitchell and Robert Marks. Songs include: "Funny Little Something," "Vordeveele," "Mitzi's Lullaby," "All the World is Swaying," etc.
44 Heads Up! : "The New Musical Comedy" by John McGowan and Paul Gerard Smith. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart (Rodgers and Hart were portrayed by Tom Drake and Mickey Rooney in the 1946 biopic, "Words and Music"). Produced by Alex A. Aarons and Vinton Freedley at The Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Ray Bolger, Victor Moore, Jack Whiting, Lewis Parker, Atlas and LaMar, The Reynolds Sisters, Ruth Gordon (Wife of Garson Kanin), etc. Choreographed by George Hale. Songs include: "Why Do You Suppose," "Man on the Make," "The Lass Who Loved a Sailor," "Knees," etc.
44 Healer, The : "World Premiere" by Frank G. Slaughter. Produced by The Guild Players of the Fairfax Theatre (Jacksonville, FL - 1961) starring Hobson Blackmon, Shirley Jeanne, Paul Galloway, etc. Directed by Paul Geisenhof.
44 Hear That Trumpet : "A New Play With Jazz Overtones" by Orin Jannings. Produced by Arthur Hopkins at The Playhouse (NYC - 1946) starring Bobby Sherwood, Frank Conroy, Audra Lindley (Future wife of James Whitmore), Ray Mayer, Sidney Bechet, etc. Directed by Arthur Hopkins.
44 Hearst : Dramatization of the Patty Hearst kidnapping by Mark J. Dunau. Produced in NYC and Baltimore (c. 1975) starring Jana Lee Miranda (as "Patty Hearst), Robert Maureer, William Badgett, etc. Directed by Downing Cless.
44 Heart Is Highland, The : Book by Robert Kemp. Produced by the Edinburgh Festival Society (Scotland - 1964) starring Lennox Milne. Directed by Robert Kemp.
44 Heart Of A City : Book by Lesley Storm. Produced by Gilbert Miller at various theatres (1942) starring Margot Grahame, Jean McNally, Terry Fay, Cora Smith, Beverly Roberts, Romney Brent, Jonathan Harris (Most famous as "Dr. Smith" on television's "Lost in Space"), etc. Directed by Gilbert Miller.
44 Heart Of Mid-Lothian, The : or "The Lily of St. Leonards". Produced at The Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh (1821 -31) and The Theatre-Royal, Covent Garden (London - 1819).
44 Heart Of Dixie, The : "A Strange Story Told by Plain People" by Ernest Lawsche. Produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1916) starring Jerome Bruner, Doris Hardy, Richard La Salle, John Page, Mary Larkin, etc.
44 Heart Of Maryland, The : "New Romantic Play" by David Belasco. Various productions (1898-1910) starring Maurice Barrymore (Patriach of the Barrymore theatrical family), John E. Kellerd, Cyril Scott, W.H. Foy, Edwin F. Mayo, George Lessey, Thomasa H. Ince, Minnie Dupree, Mrs. Leslie Carter (Carolyn Louise Dudley, who used her ex-husbands name in spite), Willard Blackmore, Lucy Milliken, etc.
44 Heart O' Th' Heather : Book by Glen McDonough. Produced at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1916) starring Walter Connolly, Henry Travers (Most famous as "Clarence the Angel" in the film "It's A Wonderful Life"), Noel Leslie, George Mac Farlane, Viola Gillette, etc. Directed by B. Iden Payne.
44 Heart Of Wetona, The : "A Play in Three Acts" by George Scarborough. Produced by Charles Frohman and David Belasco at various theatres (1916-17) starring Lenore Ulrich, Lowell Sherman, William Courtleigh, Frank J. Baker, Marion Mann, Bert Tate, Chief Deer, Dorris Wooldridge, etc.
44 Heartbreak House : "A Fantasia in the Russian Manner on English Themes" by George Bernard Shaw. Various productions (1921 - 84) starring Helen Westley, Albert Perry, Lucile Watson, Erskine Sanford, Dudley Digges, Henry Travers (Most famous as "Clarence the Angel" in the film "It's A Wonderful Life"), Diana Churchill, Irene Worth, John Clements, Mitzi Hoag, Carroll O' Connor, Marsha Hunt, Bernard Fox, Arthur Malet, Beatrice Straight, Frances Reid, Peter Cookson, Larry Gates, Philip Bourneuf, Deborah Kerr, Isabel Jeans, Rex Harrison, Rosemary Harris, Amy Irving, Philip Bosco, Dana Ivey, Stephen McHattie, Jan Miner (Most famous as television's "Madge the Manicurist"), William Prince, Bill Moor, Patricia Stevenson, Newsome McCormack, June Barrie, Moira Redmond, Maurice Evans, Diana Wynyard, Sam Levene ("Guys and Dolls," etc.), Carmen Mathews, Alan Webb, Diane Cilento (Wife of Sean Connery), Dennis Price, Jane Rose (Co-star of television's "Phyllis" etc.), Sorrell Booke (Co-star of television's "The Dukes of Hazzard"), Patrick Horgan, Kate Nelligan, Colin Blakely, Anna Massey (Daughter of Raymond Massey), Geraldine Fitzgerald, Brenda Forbes, Orson Welles, Vincent Price, George Coulouris, Leonardo Cimino, Fionnuala Flanagan (Television's "Brotherhood"), Paxton Whitehead, Arthur Ellison, Margaret Lamb, Frank Middlemass, Joyce Ebert, Laurie Kennedy, Beatrice Arthur, George Roy Hill, etc. Originally produced (1921) by The Theatre Guild and directed by Dudley Digges.
44 Heartless : Book by Sam Shepard. Produced by the SignatureTheatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center (NYC - 2012) starring Jenny Bacon, Gary Cole, Betty Gilpin, Julianne Nicholson, Lois Smith, etc. Directed by Daniel Aukin.
44 Hearts Are Trumps : "An Original Drama of Modern Life" by Cecil Raleigh. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Garden Theatre (NYC - 1899-1900) starring Amelia Bingham, May Buckley, Cecil De Mille, Sidney Herbert, E. M. Holland, etc. Directed by Arthur Collins.
44 Hearts Courageous : Produced at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Orrin Johnson, W.S. Hart, Thomas H.Ince, Maude Fealy, etc.
44 Hearts Of Oak : Produced at Schaefer's Opera House (Cleveland - 1883) staring James A. Herne, Henry Bergman, Maude Thompson, etc.
44 Hearts Of The Blue Ridge : Book by Hal Reid. Various productions (c. 1924) starring Dorothy Lewis, Harry Driscoll, Trevor Bland, Richard Earle, Marie Gilmer, Hilda Graham, etc.
44 Hearts Of The World : "The Story of a Village" by M. Gaston de Tolignac (Translated into English by Captain Victor Marier). Produced and directed by D.W. Griffith at The Shubert-Garrick Theatre (St. Louis - 1918) starring Lillian Gish, Dorothy Gish, George Fawcett, Ben Alexander (Most famous as the co-star of television's "Dragnet"), etc. "An Old-Fashioned Play with a New-Fashioned Theme"
44 Heart's A Wonder, The : "A Musical Version of J.M. Synge's, The Playboy of the Western World" by Nuala and Mairin O' Farrell. Produced by Winifred Comstock at the Westminster Theatre (London - 1958) starring Una Collins (By courtesy of Radio Eireann), Milo O' Shea, Peter Dix, etc. Directed by Denis Carey. Choreographed by Josie MacAvin and Patricia Ryan. Songs include: "The Potboy," "A Morning Wake," "Here is a Playboy," etc.
44 Heartsease : "A Romantic Comedy" by Charles Klein and J.I.C. Clarke. Various productions (1897 - 1906) starring Henry Miller, Harry Spear, Mabel Bert, Vaughan Glaser, Louis Albion, Justin Paige, etc. Originally produced (1897) by Charles Frohman.
44 Heartsong : "A New Play" by Arthur Laurents. Produced by Irene Selznick (Daughter of Louis B. Mayer and wife of David O. Selznick) at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1947) starring Lloyd Bridges, Shirley Booth, Jay Fassett, Susan Douglas, Kay Stewart, etc. Directed by Phyllis Loughton.
44 Heat Lightning : Book by Leon Abrams and George Abbott. Produced at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1933) starring Emily Lowry, Eddie Acuff, William Wadsworth, Jean Dixon, etc. Directed by George Abbott.
44 Heather Field, The : "An Irish Play" by Edward Martyn. Produced at the Carnegie Lyceum (NYC - 1900) starring John E. Kellerd, Joseph B. Wilkes, J. Brandon Tynan, etc. Directed by George Peabody Eustis (For "A Course of Modern Plays"). Billed with "A Troubadour" by Francois Coppee.
44 Heaven Can Wait : "A Comedy" by Harry Segall. Various productions (1943-77) starring Kirk Willis, Max Ellis, Gordon Hatfield, Phil Lowey, Jerry Fitzpatrick, Bill Needles, Kate Reid, Frank Perry, Steve Cochran, Noel Leslie, Patricia Peardon, Peter Strauss, Michael Lipton, Hy Anzell, etc.
44 Heaven On Earth : "A New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Barry Trivers. Music by Jay Gorney. Produced by Monte Proser in association with Ned C. Litwack at the New Century Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring Peter Lind Hayes (Husband of Mary Healy), David Burns, Irwin Corey ("Professor Irwin Corey"), Steven Condos, Dick Bernie, Barbara Nunn, Robert Dixon, etc. Directed by John Murray Anderson. Choreographed by Nick Castle. Vocal arrangements and direction by Hugh Martin. Entire production supervised by Eddie Dowling. Songs include: "Anything Can Happen," "Home Is Where the Heart Is," "So Near - So Far," etc.
44 Heaven-Tappers, The : "A New Play" by George Scarborough and Annette Westbay. Produced by Lee Shubert in association with Edwin Carewe at the Forrest Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring Charles Waldron, Thomas Chalmers, Reginald Barlow, Florence Gerald, Frank Marlowe, Margaret Lawrence, etc.
44 Heavenly Express : "A New Play" by Albert Bein. Music by Lehman Engel. Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden at The National Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring John Garfield, Aline MacMahon, Harry Carey, Philip Loeb (Co-star of "The Goldbergs" on radio and television), Russell Collins, Art Smith, Nicholas Conte (Richard Conte), Burl Ives, Directed by Robert Lewis.
44 Heavenly Twins, The : Book by Albert Husson (Adapted from the French Comedy, "Les Paves du Ciel"). Produced by The Theatre Guild at The Booth Theatre (NYC - 1955) starring Jean Pierre Aumont, Faye Emerson (Wife of "Elliott Roosevelt and Skitch Henderson), Gaby Rodgers, Earl Montgomery, Drew Thompson, etc. Directed by Cyril Ritchard ("Peter Pan," etc.).
44 Heavy Traffic : "A New Comedy' by Arthur Richman. Produced by Charles Frohman at The Empire Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring Mary Boland, Reginald Mason, Frank Conroy, Leo G. Carroll, Kay Strozzi, etc. Directed by Bertram Harrison,
44 Hedda Gabler : Book by Henrik Ibsen. Various productions, adaptations and translations (1926 - 2010) starring Alla Nazimova, Harry Ellerbe, Catherine Lacey, Nuna Davey, Irene Worth, Anne Ives, Rebecca Thompson, Cindy Ames, Katina Paxinou, Margaret Wycherly (Most famous for her mother roles in films such as "Sergeant York" and "White Heat"), Karen Morley, Henry Daniell, Ralph Forbes, Jeremy Brett, Maggie Smith, John Moffatt, Anne Meacham, Sonia Dresdel, Blanche Yurka, Anita Pope, Roberta McGinnis, Glenda Jackson, Patrick Stewart (Television's "Star Trek - The Next Generation"), Signe Hasso, Farley Granger, Julia Peterkin, Erika Slezak (Daughter of Walter Slezak), Ingrid Blekys, Eva Le Gallienne, Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., Merle Maddern, Claire Bloom, Donald Madden, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Frank Middlemass, Dudley Digges, Emily Stevens, Louis Calhern, Anne Allgood, Alma Kruger, Josephine Hutchinson, Ingrid Bergman, Ralph Richardson, Trevor Howard, Elizabeth Robins, Ronald Perlman, Karen Sunde, Borgny Hammer, Jody Chapin-Holt, Penny Dawson, Bill Gebhart, Jana Bellmoff, Kate Burton, Harris Yulin, David Lansbury (Nephew of Angela Lansbury), Jennifer Van Dyck, Maria Cellario, Angela Thornton, Michael Emerson, Martin LaPlatney, Patrick Boll, Michael Dains, Mary Kay Wulf, Evelyn Woolston, Hannah Weil, Lawrence Lerer, William W. Hollingsworth, Lois Kelso Hunt, etc.
44 Heidi : Various productions and adaptations (1932 -55) starring Eddy Black, Jane Brown, Jerry Needler, etc.
44 Heidi Chronicles, The : "Pulitzer Prize Winner" by Wendy Wasserstein. Various productions (1989 - 90) starring Joan Allen, Peter Friedman, Boyd Gaines, Ellen Parker, Cynthia Nixon (Television's "Sex and the City"), Amanda Carlin, Nancy Palk, Michael Riley, Brooke Adams, Tony Shalhoub (Television's "Monk."), David Lansbury (Nephew of Angela Lansbury), Hillary Bailey Smith, etc. Original 1989 production directed by Daniel Sullivan.
44 Heir-At-Law! : "Popular Comedy" by George Colman, Jr. Various productions (1810 -90) starring Frederick Paulding, Joseph Jefferson, Fred G. Ross, Viola Allen, Elsie Lombard, Kate Meek, William Warren, etc.
44 Heir To The Hoorah, The : "An American Comedy" by Paul Armstrong. Various productions (1905 - 08) starring Horace James, Edith French, Nora O' Brien, Guy Bates Post, Wilfred Lucas, Vaughan Glaser, Belle D'Arcy, Florence Templeton, etc.
45 Heiress, The : "A New Play" by Ruth and Augustus Goetz (Suggested by the novel, "Washington Square" by Henry James). Various productions (1947 - 95) starring Basil Rathbone, Wendy Hiller, Patricia Collings, Peter Cookson, Edna Best, Margaret Phillips, John Dall, Doris Ballin, Richard W. Harris, Cherry Jones, Donald Moffat, Frances Sternhagen, Jon Tenney, Ralph Richardson, Peggy Ashcroft, James Donald, Beatrice Straight, Roda K. Hilenski, Robert G. Hancock, etc. Originally produced (1947) by Fred F. Finklehoffe and directed by Jed Harris.
45 Held By The Enemy : "The American Play" by William Gillette. Various productions (1887 - 1911) starring William Gillette, Henry Miller, Jr., William H. Leydon, Frank Williams, Maude Horsford, John Fenton, Oscar Eagle, Van Dyke Brooke, Donald Meek, Evert Jansen Wendell, Ruford Franklin, Alfred Hudson, May Davenport, Frank Sheridan, Brigham Royce, etc.
45 Helen Goes To Troy : or "La Belle Helene" by Gottfried Reinhardt and John Meehan Jr. Music by Jacques Offenbach. Lyrics by Herbert Baker. New Musical version by Erich Wolfgang Korngold. Produced by Max Reinhardt and Yolanda Mero-Irion for the New Opera Company at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1944) starring Jarmila Novotna, Ernest Truex, Ralph Dumke, Jesse White (Television's original "Maytag Repairman"), William Horne, etc. Directed by Herbert Graf. Choreographed by Leonide Massine. Songs include: "Come to the Sacrifice," "Where is Love?," "Advice to Husbands," etc.
45 Helen Of Troy, New York : "Another Musical Comedy" by George S. Kaufman (Portrayed by Jason Robards in the 1963 biopic "Act One") and Marc Connelly. Music and lyrics by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby (Portrayed by Fred Astaire and Red Skelton in the 1950 biopic, "Three Little Words"). Produced by Wilmer and Vincent and George Jessel ("America's Toastmaster General") at various theatres (1923-24) starring Queenie Smith, Tom Lewis, Roy Atwell, Helen Ford, etc. Directed by Rufus LeMaire. Choreographed by Bertram Harrison and Bert French. Songs include: "Up On Your Toes," Moonlight Lane," "I Like a Big Town," etc.
45 Helena's Boys : "A Comedy" by Ida Lublenski Ehrlich (Dramatized from a story by Mary Brecht Pulver). Produced at Henry Miller's Theatre (NYC - 19224) starring Mrs. Fiske (Minnie Maddern Fiske), Gay Pendleton, Reginald Sheffield, Irene Purcell, etc. Directed by Harrison Grey Fiske (Husband of Minnie Maddern Fiske).
45 Hello Alexander : Book by Edgar Smith and Emily M. Young. Music by Jean Schwartz. Lyrics by Alfred Bryan. Produced by Lee and J.J. Shubert at various theatres (1920) starring Dan Quinlan, Jack Cagwin, Jean Tyne, Boyle and Brazil, Vivian Holt ("Aunt Jemima"), etc. Directed by Allan K. Foster. Songs include: "I Am Always Falling in Love With the Other Fellow's Girl," "Give Me the South," "Ghost of Old Black Joe," "Swanee Glide," "Darktown Dancing School," etc.
45 Hello, Broadway! : "A Musical Crazy Quilt Patched and Threaded Together with Words and Music" by George M. Cohan (Portrayed by James Cagney on film, Mickey Rooney on television and Joel Grey on stage). Produced by Cohan and Harris ("First Time on Any Stage") at The Astor Theater (NYC - 1915) starring George M. Cohan, William Collier, James Cody, Louise Dresser, Peggy Wood (Star of "I Remember Mama" on television. Co-star of "The Sound of Music" on film) etc.
45 Hello Daddy : "A New Musical Comedy" by Herbert Fields (Son of Lew Fields and brother of Dorothy Fields). Music by Jimmy McHugh. Lyrics by Dorothy Fields. Produced by Lew Fields (Of the comedy team, "Weber and Fields") at the George M. Cohan Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Lew Fields, Billy Taylor, Betty Starbuck, Shirley Vernon, Florence Earle, etc. Directed by Alexander Leftwich. Choreographed by Russell Markert. Entire production under the supervision of John Murray Anderson. Songs include: "Futuristic Rhythm," "Out Where the Blues Begin," "I Want Plenty of You," etc.
45 Hello, Dolly! (2 Folders) : "America's Greatest Musical" by Michael Stewart (Suggested by Thornton Wilder's "The Matchmaker"). Music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Various productions (1964 - 2012) starring Carol Channing, David Burns, Eileen Brennan, Sondra Lee, Jerry Dodge, Charles Nelson Reilly, Mary Jo Catlett, David Hartman ("Good Morning America"), Barbara Sharma ("Laugh -In"), Jo Anne Worley ("Laugh-In"), Eddie Bracken, Lee Roy Reams, Jackie Martin, Ginger Rogers, Will Mackenzie, Bibi Osterwald, Phyllis Diller, Danny Lockin (Co-star of "Hello Dolly" on film), Georgia Engel, Richard Deacon (Co star of television's "The Dick Van Dyke Show"), Ethel Merman, Russell Nype, Jack Goode, Pearl Bailey, Cab Calloway, Chris Caloway (Daughter of Cab Calloway), Morgan Freeman, Mabel King, Winston DeWitt Hemsley, Jack Crowder, John Mineo, Mary Martin, Isabelle Farrell, Rex Robbins, James Beard, Milo Boulton, Florence Lacey, Jay Garner, Margaret Hogan, Diana Canova (Daughter of Judy Canova), Loring Smith, Carleton Carpenter, Anne Russell, Betty Grable, Max Showalter, Leland Palmer, Mimi Hines and Phil Ford (Husband and wife), Horace McMahon, Patte Finley, Sandra Brown Williams, Rick Turnbow, Mindy Linder, Ford Lawson, Gregg Bleam, Keith Brumm, Jeannette Carney Faith, Jeff Cole, Amanda D'Amico, Fred Due, Diego Fuentes, David Leppert, Dani Moreno-Fuentes, Scotty Roberts, Patrick J. Stanley, Billie Thatcher, Jacquelyn Piro Donovan, Gary Beach, Mara Newbery, Cary Tedder, Sarah Peak, Eric Mann, Analisa Leaming, Ellen Patterson, Matt Loehr, etc. Originally produced (1964) by David Merrick and directed and choreographed by Gower Champion. Songs include: "It Takes a Woman," "Put On Your Sunday Clothes," "Dancing," "Before The Parade Passes By," "Elegance," "Hello, Dolly," It Only Takes a Moment," "So Long Dearie," etc.
45 Hello Out There : Book by William Saroyan. Produced at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1942) starring Eddie Dowling, Julie Haydon, John Farrell, etc. Directed by Eddie Dowling. Billed with "Magic" by G.K. Chesterton.
45 Hello, Yourself! : "A Musical Comedy" by Walter De Leon. Music by Richard Myer. Lyrics by Leo Robin. Produced by George Choos at The Casino (NYC -1929) starring Fred Waring (Orchestra and choral director. Inventor of the Waring Blender.), Carl Randall, Virginia Watson, Evelyn Nair, Blaine Cordner, etc. Directed by Clarke LeMaire. Choreographed by Dave Gould. Songs include: "We Might Play Tiddle De Winks," "I'm A Happy Little Hoofer," "True Blue," etc.
45 Hellzapoppin (1938) : "Designed for Laughing" by Olsen and Johnson. Additional dialogue and business by Tom McKnight. Music and lyrics by Sammy Fain and Charles Tobias. Produced by Olsen and Johnson at various theatres (1938-43) starring John "Ole" Olson and Chic Johnson, The Radio Rogues, Hal Sherman, "The Charioteers, Barto and Mann, Eddie Garr (Father of Terri Garr), Billy Potter, Bobby Jarvis, Jackie Gleason, Lew Parker, Jay C. Flippen, Happy Felton, The Three Debs, etc. Directed by Edward Duryea Dowling. Songs include: "Hellz-a-Poppin, "Strolling Thru the Park," "Abe Lincoln," "It's Time to Say Aloha," "Havana For a Night," "We Won't Let It happen Here," "Now Comes the Time," "When You Look in Your Looking Glass," "Latin With the Patent Leather Hair," etc.
45 Hellzapoppin (1967) : "The World's Funniest Musical" based on the format by Olsen and Johnson. Music and lyrics by Marian Grudeff and Raymond Jessel. Produced by Alexander H. Cohen at Expo ' 67 (Montreal, Canada) starring Soupy Sales, Claiborne Cary (Sister of Cloris Leachman), Betty Madigan, Jack Fletcher, Johnny Melfi, Ted Thurston, etc. Directed by Jerry Adler. Choreographed by Buddy Schwab. Songs include: "Hellzapoppin," "Montreal," ""Songwriter," etc.
45 Hellzapoppin (1972) : "The New Broadway-Bound Version of the Classic Olsen and Johnson Smash Comedy Revue" by Abe Burrows (Father of James Burrows). Music by Jule Styne and Hank Beebe. Lyrics by Carolyn Leigh and Bill Heyer. Music for "Bouncing Back" by Cy Coleman. Produced by Alexander H.Cohan at the National Theatre (Washington, DC - 1972) starring Jerry Lewis, Lynn Redgrave, Herb Edelman, Joey Faye ("Mack and Myer for Hire"), Brandon Maggart, Paul Dooley, Bo Williams and Louie, etc. Directed by Jerry Adler. Choreographed by Donald Saddler.
45 Heloise : Book by James Forsyth. Various productions (c.1958) staring Alan Arkin, Mitzi Hoag, Hugh Palmerston, Doug Ray, Walter Reed, etc.
45 Help Stamp Out Marriage! : "A New Comedy" by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall. Produced by The Theatre Guild and Peter Bridge at the Booth Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Roddy Maude-Roxby ("Laugh-In"), Ann Bell, Valerie French, etc. Directed by George Abbott.
45 Help Wanted : "A Play of the Present" by Jack Lait. Various productions (1914-15) starring Charles Richman, Edna Mayo, W. J. Baxter, Willis Claire, James Corrigan, Charles Ruggles, Henry Kolker, Noel Travers, Irene Douglas, etc.
45 Help Wanted-Female : "A Comedy" by Gladys B. Unger. Produced by John Golden at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1926) starring Nydia Westman, Mary Philips, Charles Laite, etc. Directed by Winchell Smith.
45 Henri Quatre : or "Paris in the Olden Times". Produced at various theatres in Great Britain (1820-33). Billed with "The Warlock of the Glen," "Harlequin and Cinderella," "Ways and Means," "Too Late For Dinner," etc.
45 Henrietta, The : "Comedy of the Century" by Bronson Howard. Produced at various theatres (1889 - 1901) starring Stuart Robson, William H. Crane, Charles Kent, Ellie Wilton, Helen Mar, Maclyn Arbuckle, Charles Lane, Estelle Carter, etc.
45 Henry IV - Part 1 : Filed with Belknap Shakespeare Collection - see "Shakespeare - By Title"
45 Henry IV - Part 2 : Filed with Belknap Shakespeare Collection - see "Shakespeare - By Title"
45 Henry V : Filed with Belknap Shakespeare Collection - see "Shakespeare - By Title"
45 Henry VI (Wars of the Roses -Pt. 1) : Filed with Belknap Shakespeare Collection - see "Shakespeare - By Title"
45 Henry VIII : Filed with Belknap Shakespeare Collection - see "Shakespeare - By Title"
45 Henry Dunbar : Book by Tom Taylor. Produced at Brennan's Original Star Theatre (No location or date listed) starring T.J. Quinn, B.H. Wood, A.J. Cole, Joseph Howard, Lillian Jerome, etc.
45 Henry Of Navarre : "A New Romantic Play" by William Devereux. Produced at the New Theatre (London - 1909) starring Malcolm Cherry, Fred Terry, Philip Merivale, Tita Brand, Maurice Tosh, etc.
45 Her Atonement : "Great Military, Local and Emotional Drama" by Anson Pond. Various productions (1883-90) starring Emily Rigl, Virginia Buchanan, Walter Dennis, Annie Irish, Kate Denin Wilson, Richard Bennett, etc.
45 Her Cardboard Lover : Book by Jacques Deval (Adapted by Valerie Wyngate and P.G. Wodehouse). Various productions (1926 - 51) starring Laurette Taylor, Jeanne Eagels (Portrayed by Kim Novak in the 1957 biopic, "Jeanne Eagels"), C. Edwin Brandt, Walter F. Scott, Leslie Howard, Diana Barrymore (Daughter of John Barrymore. Portrayed by Dorothy Malone in the 1958 biopic, "Too Much, Too Soon"), James Coyle, Frank Wilcox, Josephine Fox, Tallulah Bankhead, Ralph Kellard, Harry Ellerbe, Fred Keating, Viola Frayne, Ish-Ti-Opi, Eva Gabor, Douglas Watson, Craig Kelly, etc. Originally produced (1926) by Charles Frohman and A.H. Woods and Directed by George Cukor.
45 Her First Affaire : "A Comedy" by Merrill Rogers. Produced by Gustav Blum at the Bayes Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring Aline MacMahon, Stanley Logan, Ethel Wilson, etc. Directed by Gustav Blum.
45 Her First Murder! : "A New Comedy" by Robert Presnel (From a novel by Torry Chanslor). Produced by Victor Payne-Jennings and Marion Gering at various theatres (1943) starring Zasu Pitts ("America's Most Beloved Comedienne"), St. Clair Bayfield, Frank Wilcox, George Spaulding, John Parrish, etc. Directed by Marion Gering.
45 Her First Roman : "New Musical" by Ervin Drake (Based on Bernard Shaw's "Caesar and Cleopatra"). Produced by Joseph Cates and Henry Fownes, in association with Warner Brothers - 7 Arts, at various theatres (1968) starring Richard Kiley, Leslie Uggams, Claudia McNeil, Barbara Sharma ("Laugh-In"), Bruce Mac Kay, etc. Directed by Michael Benthall. Choreographed by Kevin Carlisle. Songs include: "Many Young Men From Now," "I Don't Know Where I'm Going," "In Vito Veritas," etc.
45 Her Friend The King : "A Comedy" by A.E. Thomas and Harrison Rhodes. Produced at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1922) starring Henry Miller, Blanche Bates, Paul Harvey, Henry Miller, etc.
45 Her Great Match : "A New Play" by Clyde Fitch. Produced by Charles Dillingham at various theatres (1905-06) starring Maxine Elliot, Madge Girdlestone, Herbert Standing, etc. Directed by Clyde Fitch.
45 Her Husband's Wife : "A Comedy" by A.E. Thomas. Various productions (1911-21) starring John Craig, Gertrude Binley, Mary Young, Norma Mitchell, Henry Kolker, Laura Hope Crews (Most famous as "Aunt Pittypat" in the film "Gone With The Wind"), Marie Tempest, M.M. Shoemaker, Josephine Darrow, Julie Bryant, etc. Original 1911 production directed by William Parke.
45 Her Lord And Master : "A Comedy" by Martha Morton. Various productions (1902-18) starring Herbert Kelcey, Effie Shannon, Douglas Fairbanks, Ida Darling, Jack Marvin, Dwight Meade, Elsie Weller, etc.
45 Her Majesty, The Widow : "A Modern Comedy" by John Charles Brownell. Produced by Pauline Frederick at the Cort Theatre (Chicago - 1933-34) starring Pauline Frederick, Thomas Beck, Isabel Withers, etc. Directed by Pauline Frederick.
45 Her Master's Voice : "A New Comedy" by Clare Kummer. Various productions (1933 - 50) starring Roland Young (Most famous as the star of the "Topper "film series.), Laura Hope Crews (Most famous as "Aunt Pittypat" in the film "Gone With The Wind"), Elizabeth Patterson, Margaret Anglin, Rita Johnson, Mary K. Wells, James Engler, etc. Originally produced by Max Gordon and directed by Worthington Miner.
45 Her Only Sin : Produced by The Colonial Stock Company (No location listed - 1905) starring Frank Hathaway, Frank Mackey, Sadie Dailey, etc. Billed with various vaudeville acts ("Mackie and Clark, Musical Artists," "The Scofield in a neat sketch," Isadore Martin, the Clever Soubrette," James Dempsey in New Illustrated Songs" and "R. Conrad Brown, W.S. Shaw Acrobats").
45 Her Own Way : "A New and Original Play" by Clyde Fitch. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham at various theatres (1904-05) starring Maxine Elliott, Fanny Addison Pitt, Eva Vincent, Donald Gallagher, etc. Directed by Clyde Fitch.
45 Her Second Life : "The Powerful Drama" adapted from a novel by Wilkie Collins, entitled "New Magdaline". Produced at the Bastable Theatre (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Eugenie Blair, W. T. Fairbanks, Frank Sheridan, Grace Farrell, etc.
45 Her Sister : "A New Play" by Clyde Fitch and Cosmo Gordon Lennox. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Hudson Theatre (NYC - 1908) starring Ethel Barrymore, Fanny Addison Pitt, Lucile Watson, Arthur Byron, etc. Directed by Clyde Fitch.
45 Her Soldier Boy : "A Modern Musical Comedy" by Victor Leon. Music by Emmerich Kalman and Sigmund Romberg (Portrayed by Jose Ferrer in the 1954 biopic "Deep in My Heart"). American version and lyrics by Rida Johnson Young. Produced by the Messers. Shubert at the Shubert Theatre (Newark, NJ - 1916) starring Evelyn Vaughn, Audrey Maple, Jack Kelly, Ethel Brandon, etc. Directed by Oscar Spirescu. Choreographed by Ed Hutchinson. Songs include: "A Married Man Makes the Best Soldier," "The Kiss Waltz," "The Flag of the World," "Our Native Land," etc.
45 Her Supporting Cast : Book by Harold Sherman. Produced by Philip Gerton at the Biltmore Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Mildred McCoy, Otto Hulett, Dodson L. Mitchell and Jack Hartley. Directed by Russell Medcraft.
45 Her Unborn Child : "A New Play" by Howard McKent Barnes. Produced by Gassolo-Gatts and Clifford at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1917) starring Clarence Bennett, Adele Hughes, Teenie Flaherty, Louise Dunbar, etc.
45 Hercules Summer Spectacular : Live Recreation of the 1997 Walt Disney Studios' film conceived by Barnette Ricci. Music by Alan Menken. Lyrics by David Zippel. Produced by Rick Buche at The New Amsterdam Theatre (NYC - 1997) starring Kerry Aldrich, Lori Holmes, Sean Palmer, Wendy Starr, Alan Stuart, etc. Directed by Barnette Ricci. Choreographed by Tam G. Warner. Songs include: "Go The Distance".
45 Here And There : "A Mammoth Musical Spectacle" by R.H. Burnside. Music by John Philip Sousa (Portrayed by Clifton Webb in the 1952 biopic "Stars and Stripes Forever"), Raymond Hubbell and Irving Berlin. Lyrics by J.L. Golden. Produced at the Boston Opera House (MA - c. 1929) starring De Wolf Hopper (Husband of Hedda Hopper and father of William Hopper), John Lambert, Zola Grey, Betty Kern, Murray Kessler, The Breen Family, Lew Lorimer, The Albertina Rasch Dancers, William Frick (Ice Skater), etc. Songs include: "'Tis the Eagle," "Circus is Coming to Town," "Somewhere Some Girl is Waiting," "At the Grand Opera Ball," etc.
45 Here Come The Clowns : Book by Philip Barry. Various productions (1938 - 62) starring Russell Collins, Madge Evans, Doris Dudley, Eddie Dowling, Jerry Austin, Ted Blair, Gavin MacLeod, Gilbert Green, Patricia Barry, etc. Originally produced (1938) by Eddie Dowling and directed by Robert Milton.
45 Here Comes Santa Claus : "A New Play" by Joel Oliansky. Produced by The Yale University School of Drama at the University Theatre (New Haven - 1962) starring Daniel Travanti ("Hill Street Blues"), Barbara Reid, Keith Fowler, Janet Sarno, etc. Directed by Curtis Canfield.
45 Here Lies Jenny : Book by Roger Rees. Music by Kurt Weill (Husband of Lotte Lenya). Produced at the Post Street Theatre (San Francisco - No date) starring Bebe Neuwirth ("Cheers"). Directed by Roger Rees. Choreographed by Ann Reinking.
45 Here Lies Jeremy Troy : Book by Jack Sharkey. Produced by Pat Paulsen (Co-star of television's "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour" and presidential candidate - 1968 and 1972) and Neil Rosen at the Cherry County Playhouse (Traverse City, Michigan - 1975) starring Tab Hunter, Gerald Castillo, Jean Johnson, etc. Directed by John Hagan.
45 Here Today : "A Comedy of Bad Manners" by George Oppenheimer. Various productions (1940 - 63) starring Ruth Gordon (Wife of Garson Kanin), Ethel Wilson, Alan Hewitt, Eve Arden ("Our Miss Brooks," "Grease," etc.), Viola Roache, Brooks West, Charles Bang, Faye Emerson (Wife of Elliott Roosevelt and Skitch Henderson), Lee Nugent, Vivian Vance ("I Love Lucy," "The Lucy Show," etc.), Pat Colby, Ken (Kenneth) Mars, Phillip Terry, Tallulah Bankhead, Estelle Winwood, Isabell Sanford ("The Jeffersons"), Richard Kendrick, etc. Original 1940 production directed by William Miles.
45 Here We Go Again : "An Intimate Revue' by William Stucky and Douglass Allen, Jr. Music by Perry Lafferty. Lyrics by Burton G. Shevelove. Produced by the Yale Dramatic Association (New Haven - 1939) starring Ira Richards, Jr., Philip F.W. Peck, Jr., Norman S. Paul, etc. Directed by Burton G. Shevelove. Choreographed by Dean Goodelle. Songs include: "Gentlemen, I Can't Stand Swing," "It's All Over Now," "Shout a Hot Hosanna," etc.
45 Here's Howe : "The New Spring Musical Comedy' by Fred Thompson and Paul Gerard Smith. Music by Roger Wolfe Kahn and Joseph Meyer. Lyrics by Irving Caesar. Produced by Alex A. Aarons and Vinton Freedley at various theatres (1928) starring Peggy Chamberlin, Ross Himes, Don Barclay, Ben Bernie, William Frawley, "Fuzzy " Knight, Alan Hale, Eric Blore, etc. Choreographed by Sammy Lee. Songs include: "Beauty in the Movies," "Crazy Rhythm," "I'd Rather Dance Here than Hereafter," "Boston Post Road," etc.
45 Here's Love : "The New Musical" with book, music and lyrics by Meredith Willson (Based on "Miracle on 34th Street," story by Valentine Davies, screenplay by George Seaton). Produced by Stuart Ostrow at various theatres (1963-64) starring Janis Paige, Craig Stevens, Laurence Naismith, Paul Reed, Fred Gwynne, David Doyle, Valerie Lee, Michael Bennett (Creator of "A Chorus Line"), John Payne (Recreating his original film role), Phil Leeds, Lisa Kirk, Bill Hinnant, Spencer Davis, etc. Directed by Stuart Ostrow. Choreographed by Michael Kidd. Songs include: "Pine Cones and Holly Berries," "Look Little Girl," "Love Come Take Me Again," "That Man Over There," etc.
45 Heritage : "A New Play" by Adelaide Chatfield Whitman. Produced by The Copley Players at the Copley Theatre (Boston - 1931) starring George Coulouris, Earle Latimore, Anne Seymour, Richard Whorf, Jessie Busley, Edith Parker, Jack Storey, Mark Kent, etc. Directed by F. Cowles Strickland.
45 Heritage, And Its History, A : Book by Julian Mitchell (From the novel by Ivy Compton-Burnett). Produced by Bob Swash at the Phoenix Theatre (London - 1965) starring Alan Howard, James Cairncross, Dorothy Reynolds, Pamela Lane, Dilys Hamlett, etc. Directed by Frank Hauser.
45 Herod : Book by Steven Phillips. Produced at the Adelphi Theatre (NYC - 1910) starring William Faversham, Morton Selten, Berton Churchill, Frank Thomas, Pickering Brown, etc. Directed by William Faversham.
45 Herod And Mariamne : Book by Clemence Dane (Adapted from the German classic by Friedrich Hebbel). Produced by Katherine Cornell at various theatres (1938) starring Katharine Cornell, Fritz Kortner, Arthur Chatterton, Kent Smith, John Kerr, Florence Reed, Mildred Dunnock, Robert Earl Jones (Father of James Earl Jones), etc. Directed by Guthrie McClintic (Husband of Katharine Cornell). Costumes designed by Valentina.
45 Heroine, The : "A New Comedy" by Frank Tarloff. Various productions (1963) starring Kay Medford, Murray Hamilton, Joe Silver, Virginia Vincent, Michael Quinn, Sid Clute, Lee Meriwether, etc. Original 1963 Broadway production directed by Lawrence Arrick.
45 Herringbone : "A Musical" by Tom Cone. Music by Skip Kennon. Lyrics by Ellen Fitzhugh. Produced by The St. Nicholas Theater Company (Chicago - 1981) starring David Rounds and Skip Kennon. Directed by Ben Levit. Choreographed by Theodore Pappas. Songs include: "Little Mister Tippy Toes," "Sneaky Little Fellow," "God Said," etc.
45 Hey, Look Me Over! : "Musical Revue" by David Baskerville. Produced by The Independent Order of Foresters at the Culver City Veterans' Memorial Auditorium (Los Angeles - 1963) starring the Robin Hood Band, Anne Turner, The Trumpeters, Judy Lawrence, etc. Directed by David Baskerville. Songs include popular favorites and a tribute to George Gershwin. The production is a benefit for the Washington Boulevard School for Handicapped Children (LA).
45 Hey Nonny Nonny! : Revue produced by Forrest C. Haring and J.H. Del Bondio at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1932). Music and lyrics mostly by Max and Nathaniel Lief and Michael H. Cleary. Starring Frank Morgan ("The Wizard of Oz," etc. Brother of Ralph Morgan.), Ann Seymour, Dorothy McNulty, Ernest Sharpe, etc. Directed by Alexander Leftwich. Choreographed by Dave Gould. Songs include: "Television," "Life is Just a Bowl of Eugene O' Neills', "On My Nude Ranch With You," "In Those Old Horsecar Days," etc.
45 Hey You, Light Man! : Book by Oliver Hailey. Various productions (c. 1968) starring Morgan Sterne, Loretta Leversee, Helen Page Camp, Madeleine Sherwood, Alfred Ryder, Robert Walden, etc.
45 Heyday : "A New Comedy" by Donald Richardson. Produced by Howard Lang at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1947) starring Roscoe Karns, Mary Wickes, John Craven, Timothy Kearse, Andrew Duggan, Robert Keith, Jr. (Brian Keith), Iggie Wolfington, etc. Directed by Donald Richardson.
45 Hi-de-Hi : Produced by Jack Hylton at the Palace Theatre (London - 1943) starring Flanagan and Allen, Florence Desmond, Gwen Catley, Eddie Gray, etc. Directed by Jack Hylton. Choreographed by Wendy Toye. Songs include: "The Desert's in My Hair," "Can London Do Without Me?," "Fall In and Follow Me," etc.
45 Hi Ya, Gentlemen : "A New Musical Comedy' by John Monks, Jr., Fred F. Finklehoffe and Sid Silvers. Music by Johnny Green. Lyrics by Harold Adamson. Produced by Alex A. Aarons and Robert G. Ritchie at the Colonial Theatre (Boston - 1940) starring Audrey Christie, Sid Silvers, Ella Logan, Erik Rhodes, Max Baer (Heavyweight Boxing Champ), Jane Kean ("The (Color) Honeymooners"), Ray McDonald, June Hutton, Gene De Paul, Eddie Mayo, etc. Directed by Edward Clarke Lilley. Choreographed by Bobby Connolly. Songs include: "America Marches On," "I'll Take the High Note," "Go ' Way Blues, You Bother Me," etc.
45 Hidden : Book by William Hurlbut. Produced by David Belasco at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring Beth Merrill, Philip Merivale, Mary Morris, etc. Directed by David Belasco.
45 Hidden Hand! : or "Life in Old Virginia" by E.D.N. Southworth. Various productions (c. 1875) starring Julie Coventry, W.E. Guy, John Long, Nina Freith, Hattie Arnold, W.H. Langdon, Minnie Birch, H.R. Brennan, Joseph Howard, Minnie de Lange, Florence Lytelle, etc.
45 Hidden Horizon : Book by Agatha Christie. Produced by the Messrs.Shubert in association with Albert De Courville At the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1946) starring Diana Barrymore (Daughter of John Barrymore. Portrayed by Dorothy Malone in the 1958 biopic, "Too Much, Too Soon"), Monty Banks, Jr., Halliwell Hobbes, David Manners (Co-star of "Dracula," "The Mummy," etc. on film), etc. Directed by Albert De Courville.
45 Hidden River, The : "A Drama" by Ruth and Augustus Goetz (Based on the novel by Storm Jameson). Various productions (1957) starring Robert Preston, Dennis King, Lili Darvas, Peter Brandon, Roger DeKoven, Donna Biswell, Ward Wright, Mary Kate Denny, etc. Originally produced (1957) by Martin Gabel (Husband of Arlene Francis.) and Henry Margolis and directed by Robert Lewis.
45 Hide And Seek : "A New Play" by Stanley Mann and Roger MacDougall. Produced by Fred F. Finklehoffe, Mark Marvin and Gabriel Katzka at various theatres (1957) starring Franchot Tone, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Basil Rathbone, Barry Morse, Isobel Elsom, Walter Brooke, etc. Directed by Reginald Denham.
45 Higgledy-Piggledy : "A Rigmarole of Fun, Fancy and Foolishness in Two Exhibits" by Edgar Smith. Music by Maurice Levi. Lyrics by Edgar Smith. Produced by Joseph M. Weber and Florenz Ziegfeld (Portrayed by William Powell in the 1936 biopic, "The Great Ziegfeld" and by Walter Pidgeon in the 1968 biopic, "Funny Girl") at The Weber Music Hall (NYC - 1904-05) starring Joseph M. Weber (Of the comedy team, "Weber and Fields"), Aubrey Boucicault, Sam Marion, Anna Held (Portrayed by Luise Rainer (Oscar Winner) in the 1936 biopic, "The Great Ziegfeld"). Marie Dressler, Trixie Friganza, etc. Directed by George Marion. Choreographed by Sam Marion.
45 High And Dry : "A Musical Martini in Two Swallows and a Gasp" by Augustun MacHugh and Douglas Leavitt. Music by Manuel Klein. Lyrics by Edward Paulton. Produced by William Moore Patch at Nixon's Apollo Theatre (Atlantic City, NJ - No date) starring Harry Clarke, Dorothy Harrigan, Florence Earle, Ernest Wood, etc. Directed by William J. O' Neil and Julian Alfred. Songs include: "That's When A Girl Needs Her Mother," "Her Jazz Drummer," "Love Me With Your Lips," etc.
45 High-Born Lady, A : "The Original Musical Farce Comedy" by Herbert Hall Winslow. Produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1898) starring Billy S. Clifford, Maud Huth, Harry E. Fisher, Samuel J. Adams, Fannie Henry, Bijou Russell, etc.
45 High Button Shoes : "A New Musical Comedy" by Stephen Longstreet. Music and lyrics by Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn. Various productions (1947 - 59) starring Phil Silvers ("Sergeant Bilko"), Nanette Fabray, Joey Faye, Donald Saddler, Helen Gallagher, Mark Dawson, Nathaniel Frey, Sondra Lee, Janis Paige, Bob Crosby (Brother of Bing Crosby), Peter L. Marshall ("The Hollywood Squares"), Eileen Rodgers, Irving Benson, Joan Roberts, Eddie Foy, Jr. ("7 Little Foys"), Jack Whiting, Audrey Meadows ("The Honeymooners"), Marie Karnilova, Carol Stone, Jack McCauley, Lois Lee, etc. Originally produced (1947) by Monte Proser and Joseph Kipness, directed by George Abbott and choreographed by Jerome Robbins. Songs include: "There's Nothing Like a Model T," "Papa. Won't You Dance With Me," "You're My Girl," "I Still Get Jealous," etc.
46 High Cockalorum : Book by Robert Murray. Music by Joel Chadabe. Produced by the Yale University School of Drama at the University Theatre (New Haven - 1962) starring Robert Klein, Don Cairns, Meg Goin, Peyton Glass, etc. Directed by Frank McMullen.
46 High Gear : "A Comedy" by Larry E. Johnson. Produced at Earl Carroll's Wallack's Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring Shirley Booth (Oscar winner for "Come Back Little Sheba". Television's "Hazel"), Edith Gordon, Olga Krolow, William Shelley, etc. Directed by Roy Walling.
46 High Ground, The : "A Melodrama" by Charlotte Hastings. Produced by Albert H. Rosen at various theatres (1951) starring Margaret Webster, Tom Helmore, Leueen MacGrath, Ruth McDevitt, Marian Seldes (Wife of Garson Kanin), Patricia Hitchcock (Daughter of Alfred Hitchcock), Neil Fitzgerald, etc. Directed by Herman Shumlin.
46 High Jinks : "The Musical Jollity" with book and lyrics by Otto Hauerbach (Harbach). Music by Rudolf Friml. Various productions (1914-16) starring Dorothy Vernon, Billie Taylor, Ada Meade, Bernard Gorcey (Father of Leo Gorcey), William Clifton, Paula Temple, Doe Douglass, etc. Produced by Arthur Hammerstein (Uncle of Oscar hammerstein II). Songs include: "Dr. Grouch is Going Away', "Jim," "I'm Through With Roaming Romeos," etc.
46 High Kickers : or "George Jessel's High Kickers" by George Jessel ("America's Tostmaster General"), Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby (From a suggestion by Sid Silvers). Music and lyrics by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby (Portrayed by Fred Astaire and Red Skelton in the 1950 biopic, "Three Little Words"). Produced by George Jessel at various theatres (1941-42) starring George Jessel, Sophie Tucker, Sid Stone, Betty Bruce, Chaz Chase, etc. Directed by Edward Sobol. Choreographed by Carl Randall. Entire production designed, created and supervised by Nat Karson. Songs include: "Didn't Your Mother Tell You Nothing," "Panic in Panama," "Some of These Days," "Time to Sing," etc.
46 High Life Below Stairs : "A Farce" by James Townley. Produced by the Yale University Dramatic Association at the Hyperion Theatre (New Haven - 1902) starring Erastus Corning, Malcolm Moore, Wells Hastings, etc. Billed with "The Critic" by Richard Brinsley Sheridan.
46 High Road, The (By F. Lonsdale) : " A Comedy" by Frederick Lonsdale. Produced by Charles Dillingham at various theatres (1928-29) starring Edna Best, John Williams, Hilda Spong, Winifred Harris, etc. Directed by Frederick Lonsdale.
46 High Road, The (By E. Sheldon) : "A Pilgrimage" by Edward Sheldon. Produced by Harrison Grey Fiske at the Euclid Avenue Opera House (Cleveland, Ohio - 1913) starring Mrs. Fiske (Minnie Maddern Fiske), Arthur Byron, Fleming Ward, Lewis Howard, Nina Melville, etc. Directed by Harrison Grey Fiske and Minnie Maddern Fiske.
46 High Society : "Broadway's New Cole Porter Musical" by Arthur Kopit (Based on the play, "The Philadelphia Story" by Philip Barry and the motion picture, "High Society"). 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 at the St. James Theatre (NYC - 1998) starring Melissa Errico, Daniel MacDonald, Randy Graff, Stephen Bogardus, John McMartin, Barry Finkel, Glenn Turner, etc. Directed by Christopher Renshaw. Choreographed by Lar Lubovitch. Songs include: "Ridin' High," "Who Wants to Be A Millionaire?," "I Love Paris," "She's Got That Thing," "True Love," "High Society," "Let's Misbehave', "Just One of Those Things," "Well Did You Evah?," "You're Sensational," "It's All Right With Me', etc.
46 High Spirits (By N. Coward) : "An Improbable Musical Comedy" with book, music and lyrics by Hugh Martin and Timothy Gray (based upon Noel Coward's "Blithe Spirit"). Various productions (c. 1964) starring Beatrice Lillie, Tammy Grimes (Mother of Amanda Plummer), Edward Woodward, Louise Troy, Carol Arthur, Beth Howland, Gene Castle, Billie Hayes, Ruth Harrison, Carolyn Jones, Michael Evans, Mary Wickes, Walter Willison, Guy Hovis ("Lawrence Welk Show"), etc. Originally produced (1964) by Lester Osterman, Robert Fletcher and Richard Horner, directed by Noel Coward and choreographed by Danny Daniels. Valley Music Theatre (Woodland Hills, CA) Production presented by Nick Mayo, Randolph Hale and Art Linkletter. Songs include: "Where Is the Man I Married?', "Home Sweet Heaven," "Faster Than Sound," etc.
46 High Spirits (By P. Myers) : "A Revue" by Peter Myers, Alec Graham and David Climie. Music by John Pritchett and Ronald Cass. Produced by Stephen Mitchell at The London Hippodrome (1953) starring Cyril Ritchard ("Captain Hook" in "Peter Pan" starring Mary Martin), Diana Churchill, Ian Carmichael, Patrick Cargil, Thelma Ruby, etc. Directed by William Chappell. Songs include: "Berth of a Nation," "A Smile, A Song and a Lexicon," "Serenade To a New-Fashioned Girl," etc.
46 High Stakes : Book by Willard Mack. Produced by A.H. Woods at the Adelphi Theatre (London - 1925) starring Lowell Sherman, Wilton Lackaye, Fleming Ward, Claudette Colbert, etc. Directed by Lowell Sherman.
46 High Strung Quartet : "An Off-Key Comedy About 3 Men and a Woman Each in Pursuit of the Wrong Person" by Evan Bridenstine. Produced by The Glines at the Courtyard Playhouse (NYC - 1991). Directed by Leslie Irons.
46 High Time : "A New Musical Revue' by Danny and "Doc" Simon (Neil Simon). Music by Phil Charig and Gerald Marks. Lyrics by Ray Golden and Milton Pascal. Produced by Robert E. Perry at the Grist Mill Playhouse (Andover, NJ - 1953) starring Patsy Kelly, Jack Albertson, Gabriel Dell ("Dead End Kids"), Faith Dane, etc. Directed by Dale Wasserman. Choreographed by Danny Daniels. Entire production supervised by Ray Golden. Songs include: "The Pie-Eyed Piper of Heidseck," "A Little Quonset in Neponset', "It Takes a Lot of Do-Re-Mi," etc.
46 High Time Along The Wabash : Book by William Saroyan. Produced by the Purdue Playshop at the Loeb Playhouse Memorial Center at Purdue University (Lafayette, Indiana - 1961) starring Anthony Buckley, James Keating, Mary Buckley, Paul Lane, etc. Directed by William Saroyan.
46 High-Toned Burglar, A : "Very Taking Farce' by James F. Dolan. Produced at the Bastable Theatre (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring James F. Dolan, Emery Lenhar, Knox Wilson, Ollie Evans, Ida Hopper, etc. Billed with "The Peer of Monologists," George Fuller Golden as a "Special Feature".
46 Hig Tor : "A New Play" by Maxwell Anderson. Produced by Guthrie McClintic at various theatres (1936-37) starring Burgess Meredith, Peggy Ashcroft, Hume Cronyn, John Drew Colt, Jackson Halliday, etc. Directed by Guthrie McClintic.
46 Higher And Higher : "New Musical Comedy" by Gladys Hurlburt and Joshua Logan (Based on an idea by Irvin Pincus). 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 Dwight Deere Wiman at various theatres (1940) starring Jack Haley (Most famous as "The Tin Man" in the film, "The Wizard of Oz". Father of Jack Haley), Marta Eggert, Shirley Ross, Leif Erickson, Lee Dixon, Hilda Spong, June Allyson, Al Goodman and His Orchestra, Marie Nash, Billie Worth, etc. Directed by Joshua Logan. Choreographed by Robert Alton. Songs include: "Mornings at Seven," "Blue Monday', "It Never Entered My Mind," "It's Pretty in the City," etc.
46 Higher Than The Floor : Book by Leave and Muffit ("The first and last time this stage of the play is presented anywhere"). Produced in NYC (1912) starring H. Gould Benny, F. Warren Haddams, Ray Leftfoot, etc.
46 Highest Bidder, The : "A Comedy" by Maddison Morton and Robert Reece (Adapted by David Belasco). Produced by Daniel Frohman at various theatres (1895) starring E.H.Sothern, Charles B. Bishop, Rowland Buckstone, Belle Archer, etc.
46 Highest Tree, The : "A New Play" by Dore Schary. Produced by The Theatre Guild and Dore Schary at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1959) starring Kenneth MacKenna, Diana Douglas, Howard St.John, William Prince, Natalie Schafer ("Gilligan's Island"), Richard Anderson, Larry Gates, Robert Redford, etc. Directed by Dore Schary (MGM President 1951 - 56).
46 Highland Fling : "A Kentucky Mountain Folk Round-Up" by Edwin R. Meiss. Music based on Folk Tunes collected by Marshall Bartholomew. Produced by The Yale University School of Fine Arts/The Department of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1940) starring Don A. Haldane, Donald Fisk, Haig Manoogian, Norman Holland, Elinor Cutler, etc. Directed by Frank McMullan.
46 Highland Fling, A : "A Comedy" by Margaret Curtis. Produced by George Abbott at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1944) starring Ralph Forbes, Frances Reid, John Ireland, Karl Swenson, John McQuade, etc. Directed by George Abbott.
46 Highland Legacy, A : Book by Brandon Thomas. Produced at the Royal Court Theatre (London - No date) starring Brandon Thomas, Frank Lacy, Wilfred Draycott, etc. Directed by Brandon Thomas. Billed with "A Commission" by Weedon Grossmith and "A Pantomime Rehearsal" by Cecil Clay.
46 Highland Widow, The : or "The Cateron's Son" produced at Theatre, Crockerbtown (Cardiff, Wales - 1837). Billed with "The Married Rake," "Rosina," "The Idiot Witness" and "No Song, No Supper".
46 Highway Of Life, The : "A Dramatic Version of the Famous Novel, "David Copperfield" (Charles Dickens) by Louis N. Parker. Produced at Wallack's Theatre (NYC - 1914) starring J.V. Bryant, Eva Vincent, Dorothy Parker, Lennox Pawle, Vernon Steele, etc. Directed by Louise N. Parker, Clifford Brooke and Leslie Ryecroft.
46 Highwayman, The (By L. Biro) : "A Comedy" by Lajos Biro (Adapted by Gladys Unger). Produced by Lester Bryant at the Shubert-Jefferson Theatre (St. Louis - 1924) starring Joseph Schildkraut, Richard Earle, Jessie Royce Landis, John Westley, etc. Directed by Joseph Schildkraut and Grant Stewart.
46 Highwayman, The (By H.B. Smith) : "A Comic Opera" by Harry B. Smith. Music by Reginald DeKoven. Produced by The Broadway Theatre Opera Company (NYC - 1897) starring Joseph O' Mara, Hilda Clark, Van Rensselaer Wheeler, William Corliss, etc.
46 Hilary : "A New Comedy" by Gerald Savory. Produced at various theatres (1959) starring Joan Fontaine, Philip Bourneuf, Ronald Long, Francis Compton, Joseph Campanella, Frank Gero, etc. Directed by Jerome Kilty.
46 Hilda Crane : "A New Play" by Samson Raphaelson. Produced by Arthur Schwartz at the Coronet Theatre (NYC - 1950) starring Jessica Tandy, Beulah Bondi, John Alexander (Most famous as "Uncle Teddy" in "Arsenic and Old Lace" on stage and film), Frank Sundstrom, Evelyn Varden, Eileen Heckart, etc. Directed by Hume Cronyn (Husband of Jessica Tandy).
46 Hill Between, The : "A New Play" by Lula Vollmer. Produced by Robert Porterfield at the Little Theatre (NYC - 1938) starring Sara Haden (Most famous as "Aunt Milly" in the "Andy Hardy" film series), Philip Ober (Husband of Vivian Vance), Gilbert Fates, Mildred Dunnock, Eugenie Carson, Dorothy Patten, etc. Directed by Robert Porterfield.
46 Hills Of California, The : Book by Judson Brusie. Produced at the Grand Opera House (LA - 1905) starring Frank Bacon, Wilfred Roger, Joseph Carroll, Gus Tate, Bessie Stewart, Clair Sinclaire, etc.
46 Him, Her And You : Book by Robert Shields. Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami - 1993) starring Robert Shields and Lorene Yarnell. Directed by Robert Shields.
46 Hindle Wakes : "A Story of Lancanshire Life" by Stanley Houghton. Various productions (1912 - 50) starring Alice O' Dea, James C. Taylor, Roland Young (Most famous as the star of the "Topper" series), Louise Holbrook, Daisy England, Evelyn Hope, Ada King, Jane Savile, David Leach, Julia Jones, etc.
46 Hinge And Bracket At The Globe : Produced by Michael Codron at the Globe Theatre (London - 1980) starring Patrick Fyffe and George Logan as "Dr. Evadne Hinge and Dame Hilda Bracket" playing a selection of music to include pieces from "The Mikado" by Gilbert and Sullivan, "Showboat' by Jerome Kern, "Tom Jones" by Edward German and other well known composers.
46 Hip-Hip-Hooray : Book by R.H. Burnside. Music by Raymond Hubbell. Lyrics by John L. Golden. Produced by Charles Dillingham at the Hippodrome Theatre (NYC - No date) starring John Philip Sousa (Portrayed by Clifton Webb in the 1952 biopic, "Stars and Stripes Forever") and His Band, Belle Storey, Joseph Parsons, Anna May Roberts, Arthur Deagon, Beth Smalley, etc. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Songs include: "How D'ye Do, Fifth Avenue?," "My Land, My Flag," "The March of the States," etc.
46 Hip-Hop-A-Hare : Book and lyrics by Beatrice and Lester Gaspar. Music by Beatrice Gaspar. Produced by the Teen-Children's Theater at the Dallas Theater Center (TX - 1963) starring Zoe Conner, Holly Moritz, Lucy Crow, etc. Directed by Ruth Byers. Choreographed by Carveth Osterhaus. Songs include: "Toadstool Ball," "Vegetable March', "Ballet of the Wind," etc.
46 Hippo Dancing : "A Comedy" by Robert Morley. Produced at the Lyric Theatre (London - 1954) starring Robert Morley, Zena Howard, Wilfred Hyde-White, Mona Washbourne, etc. Directed by Peter Ashmore.
46 Hippolytus : Book by Euripides. Various productions, translations and adaptations (1900-60) starring Granville Barker, Elinor Foster, Ben Webster, Ned Rorem, Donald Buka, Selena Royle, Max F. Millikan, Charles Grunwell, Robert Moore, Jim Clark, Bruce Podewell, etc.
46 Hired Girl, A : "Farcical Comedy Success" by Charles E. Blaney. Music by Harry James. Produced at various theatres (1898) starring Thomas J. Ryan. Waldo Whipple, Fred Miller, Happy Fannie Fields, etc. Directed by Harry James.
46 Hired Husband : "A Sterling Comedy" by August L. Stern. Produced at the Bijou Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Paul Everton, Herbert Ashton, Jr., Isidore Marcil, Flavia Arcaro, etc. Directed by Alfred White.
46 His And Hers : "A Romantic Comedy" by Fay and Michael Kanin (Brother and sister -in - law of Garson Kanin). Various productions (1954-55) starring Celeste Holm, Robert Preston, Howard St. John, Elizabeth Patterson, Heywood Hale Broun (CBS sports commentator and reporter), George Voskovec, Gary True, Marjorie Kopp, Sally Kemp, etc. Originally produced (1954) by Albert Selden and Morton Gottlieb and directed by Michael Gordon with costumes for Celeste Holm by Oleg Cassini.
46 His Excellency : Book by Dorothy And Campbell Christie. Produced at the Princess Theatre (London - No date) starring Linda Gray, John Wood, Ian Fleming (Not the novelist and creator of "James Bond"), Derek Sydney, Eric Portman, etc. Directed by Charles Hickman.
46 His Excellency The Governor : "A New and Original Farcical Romance" by R. Marshall. Various productions (1899-1900) starring Joseph Holland, Edward See, Junius Booth (Brother of Edwin and John Wilkes Booth), Ida Vernon, Ethel Barrymore, J.H. Gilmour, Richard Bennett, Guy Standing, E.Y. Backus, May Robson, Rose Musgrove, Sydney Latham, etc.
46 His Father's Boy : "Farcial Play" by Sidney Rosenfeld. Produced at The Euclid Avenue Opera House (Cleveland - 1899) starring Roland Reed, Isadore Rush, Sheridan Tupper, Julian Reed, etc. Directed by E.B. Jack.
46 His Girl Friday : Adapted from THE FRONT PAGE (by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur and the Columbia Pictures film HIS GIRL FRIDAY) by John Guare. Produced by the Shaw Festival (Ontario - 2012) starring Nicole Underhay, Benedict Campbell, Guy Bannerman, Neil Barclay, Kevin Bundy, Kevin Hanchard, Peter Krantz, Kevin McGarry, Jeff Meadows, Ric Reid, Wendy Thatcher, etc. Directed by Jim Mezon. Music by John Gzowski.
46 His, Hers And Theirs : "New Comedy" by Hugh and Margaret Williams. Produced by Murray MacDonald, John Stevens and Alexander H. Cohen at the Apollo Theatre (London - 1969) starring Gladys Cooper, Hugh Williams, Faith Brook, Simon Williams, Jacqueline Maude, Belinda Carroll, etc. Directed by Murray MacDonald.
46 His Honor, Abe Potash : "A Comedy" by Mantague Glass and Jules Eckert Goodman. Produced by A.H. Woods at the Lyric Theatre (NYC - 1920) starring Barney Bernard, George Barnum, Robert Cummings, James Spottswood, Stanley Jessup, William Vaughn, etc. Directed by Willard Mack.
46 His Honor The Mayor : "An Entertainment" by C.J. Campbell and R.M. Skinner. Music by Julian Edwards and Alfred E. Aarons. Produced by Alfred E. Aarons at various theatres (1906) starring Blanche Ring, Clarence Harvey, E.E. Van Rensselaer, Lois Tabor, The Original English Pony Ballet, Harry Kelly, Marion Alexander, etc. Directed by William Raymond Sill. Songs Include: "The Little Girl from Illinois," "The Mayor of Kankakee," "Waltz Me Around Again, Willie," etc.
46 His House In Order : Book by Arthur W. Pinero. Various productions (1906-51) starring George Alexander, Nigel Playfair, Dawson Milward, Herbert Waring, Iris Hawkins, John Drew, Edith Mendoza, Leona Powers, Hope Latham, James Ottaway, Jeremy Spenser, Pamela Sterling, etc.
46 His Last Dollar : "Greatest of All Successes" by David Higgins and Baldwin G. Cooke. Produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1911) starring David Higgins, Charles Fleming, Jockey Fox, Clare Armstrong, etc.
46 His Last Legs : Produced at The Theatre Royal, Dublin (1843). Billed with "The Popular Irish Comedian, Mr. D. Leonard" and the plays - "Weak Points" and "The Happy Man".
46 His Little Hatchet : "Satirical Comedy" by George H. Jessop and William Gill. Produced at The Boston Museum (MA - 1885) starring W. J. Florence, Henry Holland, Hattie Russell, Minnie Radcliffe, etc.
46 His Lordship : "The Society Comedy-Drama Par Excellence!" by Seymour Stratton (No location or date listed). The production stars Thomas Stratton, Lizzie Seymour, Daisy Beverly, W.H. Mackay, Charles H. Fleming, etc.
46 His Majesty Bunker Bean : "A Comedy" by Lee Wilson Dodd. Various productions (1916 -17) starring Frank Wilcox, Minna Gombel, Wilson Day, Ralph Murphy, Taylor Holmes, Florence Shirley, etc.
46 His Majesty, The Queen : "A Satirical Operetta with book and lyrics by Alan M. Max. Music by David A. Barnett, Paul J. Winkopp, Richard G. Marvin, Donald K. Phillips and Alan M. Max. Produced by The Columbia University Players (NYC - 1926) starring George I. Fanning, Edgar A. Bromberg, Benjamin F. Feiner, etc. Directed by Ernest Glendinning. Choreographed by Paul J. Winkopp. Songs include: "The Perfect Nation," "Down With Parents," "Red Hot Cosmic Consciousness," "Sex Appeal," etc.
46 His Neighbor's Wife : "A Comedy" by Elmer Harris. Produced by Daniel Frohman at the Powers Theatre (Chicago - 1912) starring Charles Chery, Edna Goodrich, Reginald Mason, Veda Steele, Edward Boyd, etc.
46 His Nibs, The Baron : Book by Edward Holst starring Edward Moncrief, Robert Perry, Joshua Shadrick, Lee M. Hart, Annie Body, etc. No location or date listed.
46 His Wife's Father : "Comedy" by Martha Morton. Produced at various theatres (1895-96) starring William H. Crane, Orrin Johnson, Percy Brooke, Maud Carlisle, Ida Burrows, Dallas Tyler, Blanche Burton, etc.
46 History Boys, The : "A New Play" by Alan Bennett. Produced by The National Theatre of Great Britain at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 2006) starring Bill Buell, Malcolm Sinclair, Sacha Dhawan, Stephen Campbell Moore, Dominic Cooper, Desmond Barrit, etc. Directed by Nicholas Hytner.
46 History Of The American Film, A : Book by Christopher Durang. Original music by Mel Marvin. Various productions (1977-79) starring Tina Rigali, Sam Fontana, Billy Woomer, Mark Abel, Stanley Anderson, Swoozie Kurtz, Eric Weitz, Jobeth Williams, William Pitts, Max Howard, Patricia Oetken, etc. Songs include" "The Silent Years," "Euphemism," "Pin-Up," "Isn't It Fun to Be in the Movies," etc.
46 Hit The Deck : "A Nautical Musical Comedy" by Herbert Fields (Adapted from the play "Shore Leave" by Hubert Osborne). Music by Vincent Youmans. Lyrics by Leo Robin and Clifford Grey. Various productions (1927 - 60) starring Louise Groody, Charles King, Brian Donlevy, Arnold Brown, John Kenley, Victor Young, Queenie Smith, Trixie Friganza, Charles Purcell, Sydney Howard, Stanley Holloway, Tom Shale, Horace McMahon, Betty Kean (Sister of Jane Kean), Bernice Massi, Philip Prindle, Virginia Capers, Tucker Smith, Phil Ford and Mimi Hines, Gene Nelson, Shelia Brian, Isabella Rye, etc. Originally produced (1927) by Lew Fields (Of the comedy team, "Weber and Fields". Father of Herbert Fields.) and Vincent Youmans, directed by Alexander Leftwich and choreographed by Seymour Felix. Songs include: "Lucky Bird," "Why, Oh Why," "Sometimes I'm Happy," "Hallelujah," "Time on My Hands," "I Know That You Know," "Through the Years," etc.
46 Hit-The Trail Holliday : "American Farce" by George M. Cohan (suggested by George Middletona and Guy Bolton). Produced by Cohan and Harris (Portrayed by James Cagney and Richard Whorf in the 1942 biopic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy") at various theatres (1916) starring Fred Niblo, Grant Stewart, Harold Grau, Al Gilmore, Loreno Atwood, Laura Bennett, etc.
46 Hitch-Hikers, The : Book by Larry Ketron (adapted for the stage from the work of Eudora Welty). Produced by the Body Politic Theatre for the Chicago International Theatre Festival (1986) starring Joseph Sadowski, Jeffrey Steele, Terry Bozeman, Janet A. Carr, Larry Brandenburg, John Roeder, etc. Directed by Pauline Brailsford.
46 Hitchy-Koo : "An Intimate Revue" with book and lyrics by Glen MacDonough and E. Ray Goetz. Music by E. Ray Goetz. Produced by Raymond Hitchcock and E.Ray Goetz at various theatres (1916-18) starring William Rock, Irene Bordoni, Grace La Rue, Leon Errol, Raymond Hitchcock, William Holbrook, Florenz Ames, Ignacio Martinetti, Sylvia Jason, June Walker, Alfred Newman, etc. Directed by Julian Mitchell and Leon Errol. Songs include: "Somewhere on Broadway," "The Ragtime Alphabet," "Isle of Lost Romance," etc.
46 Hitchy-Koo 1918 : "A New Revue" with book and lyrics by Glen McDonough. Music by Raymond Hubbell. Interpolated numbers by Harold Orlob. Additional lyrics by Ned Wayburn. Produced by Raymond Hitchcock at various theatres (1918-19) starring Raymond Hitchcock, Leon Errol, Irene Bordina, George Moore, Ruth Mitchell, Roy Cummings, Ray Dooley, Jack Donahue, etc. Directed by Leon Errol. Songs include; "Hitchy Koo Girl," "Ten Dirty Little Fingers," "The Resurrection Rag," "Goodbye France," "Underneath a Parasol," etc.
46 Hitchy-Koo 1919 : "A Brand New Revue" by George V. Hobart. 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 by Raymond Hitchcock at the Empire Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1919-20) starring Raymond Hitchcock, George F. Moore, Ruth Mitchell, Myrtle Miller, Rita Dane, Viola Kane, Chief Eagle Horse, Princess White Deer, etc. Directed by Julian Alfred. Songs include: "Bring Me Back My Butterfly," "Cozy Corner in the Ritz," "An Old Fashioned Garden', "I've Got Somebody Waiting," etc.
46 HMS Pinafore : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection - See "Gilbert and Sullivan Collection".
46 Hoagy And Noel : "A Two-Act Musical Celebration and Centennial Toast to Hoagy Carmichael and Noel Coward" by Mark Hummel. Produced at the West Bank Café at the Laurie Beechman Theatre (NYC - c. 2000) starring Mark Hummel on the piano.
46 Hobbies : "Musical and Hilarious Fantasy" by B.E. Woolf. Produced at various theatres (1880 - 83) starring N.C. Goodwin, E.H.See, Emie Weathersby, Minnie Clover, Allan Burville, Harry Vaughn, etc.
46 Hobby-Horse, The : "Original Comedy" by Arthur Pinero. Produced at The St. James Theatre (London - 1886) starring Herbert Waring, C.W.Somerset, Fuller Mellish, etc.
46 Hobohemia : "A Farce Comedy" by Sinclair Lewis. Produced at The Greenwich Village Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Helen Westley, Noel Tearle, Grace Morse, Mona Burns, Frank M. Thomas, etc. Directed by Frank Conroy.
46 Hobson's Choice : "A Comedy Of English Provincial Life" by Harold Brighouse. Various productions (1916-78) starring Viola Roach, Noel Tearle, Rhoda Beresford, Halway Herbert, Whitford Kane, Lionel Bevans, Kim Hartman, Isla Blair, Judith Coke, Roger Hume, Joan Plowright (Wife of Laurence Olivier), Michael Redgrave, Frank Finlay, Ellen Tovatt, Louise Troy, Heather MacDonald, William Buell, David Rounds, Domini Blythe, Douglas Wing, Kenneth Dight, etc. Originally produced (1916) by the Messrs. Shubert and directed by B. Iden Payne.
46 Hocus Pocus : Book by Jack Popplewell. Produced by Frances Douglass Cooper at The Call Board Theatre (Hollywood, CA - 1963) starring Wayne Ward, Sheilah Wells, Patricia Glyer, etc. Directed by Douglass Cooper.
46 Hogan's Alley : "The Irish Nonsensicality" produced at various theatres (c.1996-98) starring John F. Leonard, Barney Gilmore, Frank Manning, Minnie Bland, etc. Directed by Eugene Wellington.
46 Hogan's Goat : Book by William Alfred. Various productions (1966-67) starring Robert Hogan, Mala Powers, Stuart Lancaster, Mitchell Ryan, Robert Kidder, Barnard Hughes, Ralph Waite ("The Waltons"), Cliff Gorman, Karen McCrary, etc. Original 1966 production directed by Frederick Rolf.
46 Hoity Toity : "A Gidddy Little Skit on Things Dramatic and Otherwise" with book and lyrics by Edgar Smith. Music by John Stromberg. Various productions (1901-04) starring Joseph M. Weber and Lew M. Fields, De Wolf Hopper (Husband of Hedda Hopper and father of William Hopper), Sam Bernard, 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"), C.W. Kolb and Max M. Dill, Barney Bernard, Winfield Blake, Maude Amber, Lillie Sutherland, etc. Originally produced (1901) by Weber and Fields and directed by Julian Mitchell. Songs include: "King Kazoo of Kakaroo," "When the Minstrels Come To Town," "Dear Old College Days," etc.
46 Hokey Pokey : "A Pot-pourri of Weber and Fields Reminiscences" by Edgar Smith. Music by John Stromberg and A. Baldwin Sloane. Lyrics by Edgar Smith and E. Ray Goetz. Produced by Weber and Fields Jubilee Company at various theatres (1912) starring Joe Weber, Lew Fields, William Collier, 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"), etc. Directed by Sohlke. Songs include: "If It Wasn't For the Irish and the Jews," "Alexander's Bagpipe Band," "The Minstrel Parade," etc.
46 Hokus Pokus : "A Comedy Drama" by Harrison Orkow. Produced by A.H. Woods at the Greenwich Theatre (CT - 1929) starring Harry Clark, Jack Bennett, Russell Hardie, Helen Blair, Oscar Polk, Byron Russell, Mayo Methot (Wife of Humphrey Bogart), etc. Directed by Frank McCoy.
46 Hold Everything! : "A New Musical Comedy" by B.G. DeSylva and John McGowan. Music by DeSylva, Brown and Henderson (Portrayed by Gordon McRae, Dan Dailey and Ernest Borgnine in the 1956 biopic, "The Best Things in Life Are Free"). Produced by Alex. A. Aarons and Vinton Freedley at various theatres (1928 - 29) starring Betty Compton (Portrayed by Vera Miles in the 1957 biopic of NYC Mayor James J. Walker, "Beau James"), Bert Lahr, Ona Munson, Victor Moore, George Murphy, Jack Whiting, etc. Directed by Frank McCormack. Choreographed by Sam Rose. Songs include: "An Outdoor Man for My Indoor Sports," "Don't Hold Everything," "To Know You is To Love You," "You're the Cream in My Coffee," etc.
46 Hold It! : "A New Musical Comedy' by Matt Brooks and Art Arthur. Music by Gerald Marks. Lyrics by Sam Lerner. Produced by Sammy Lambert at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1948) starring Johnny Downs, Jean Darling., Red Buttons, Patricia Wymore (Wife of Errol Flynn), Robert Evans, Onna White, etc. Directed by Robert E. Perry. Choreographed by Michael Kidd. Songs include: "Always You," "Buck in the Bank," "Roll 'Em," "So Nice Having You," etc.
46 Hold On To Your Hats : Book by Guy Bolton, Matt Brooks and Eddie Davis. Music by Burton Lane. Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. Produced by Al Jolson and George Hale at The Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Al Jolson (Portrayed by Larry Parks and Norman Brooks on film), Martha Raye, Jack Whiting, Bert Gordon ("The Mad Russian"), Gil Lamb, Joseph Vitale, Jinx Falkenburg, Joyce Matthews (Twice married to Milton Berle), John Randolph, Jack Smith, etc. Directed by Edgar MacGreger. Choreographed by Catherine Littlefield. Songs include: "Don't Let it Get You Down," "Way Out West Where the East Begins," "Hold On To Your Hats," "The World Is In My Arms," "She Came, She Saw, She Can Canned," etc.
46 Hold Your Horses : "A Musical Runaway" by Russel Crouse and Corey Ford ("Adapted from an original story by the authors in collaboration with Charles Beahan, and with many nonsensical moments by Joe Cook"). Music and lyrics by Russell Bennett, Robert A. Simon and Owen Murphy. Produced by Joe Cook at various theatres (1933) starring Joe Cook, Frances Ford, Tom Patricola, Jimmy Fox, Ona Munson, Dave Chase, George Spelvin, etc. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Choreographed by Robert Alton. Ballet created and staged by Harriet Hoctor. Songs include: "Good Evening., Mr. Man in the Moon," "Opening of Nigger Mike's," "Old Man Subway," "Happy Little Week - end," "The Sweetheart of Sweet Adeline," etc.
46 Hole In The Ground, A : "A Wail for the Woes of the Wayfarer" by Charles H. Hoyt. Produced at various theatres (1891-88) starring William F. Mack, W. Otis Harlan, Julian Mitchell, Rosa France, Daisy Hall, etc.
46 Hole In The Head, A : Book by Arnold Schulman. Various productions (1957 - 59) starring Paul Douglas, David Burns, Kay Medford, Joyce Van Patten (Sister of Dick Van Patten), Tommy White, Lee Grant, Ann Corio ("The Queen of Burlesque"), Allen Jenkins, Originally produced (1957) by The Producer's Theatre and directed by Garson Kanin.
46 Hole In The Wall, The : "New Drama" by Fred Jackson. Produced by Alex. A. Aarons and George B. Seitz at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1920) starring Charles Halton, William Sampson, Martha Hedman, William Harrigan, Doris Moore, Murial Tindal, etc. Directed by Ira Hards.
46 Holiday : "A New Comedy" by Philip Barry. Various productions (1928 - 96) starring Hope Williams, Cameron Clemens, Ben Smith, John Glover, David Dukes, Dorie A. Arnold, Brendan McTigue, Tony Goldwyn, Laura Linney, etc. Originally produced and directed (1928) by Arthur Hopkins.
46 Holiday For Lovers : "A New Romantic Comedy" by Ronald Alexander. Various productions (1957 - 62) starring Don Ameche, Carmen Mathews, Audrey Christie, Rene Paul, Sandra Church, George Mathews, Vivian Eller, James R. Sweeney, etc. Originally produced and directed (1957) by Shepard Traube.
46 Holiday Heart : Book by Cheryl L. West produced by The Manhattan Theatre Club at City Center (NYC - No date). Directed by Tazewell Thompson. Billed with "Night and Her Stars' by Richard Greenberg and "Sylvia" by A.R. Gurney.
46 Holiday In Japan : Various productions (1960) presented by Steve Parker (Husband of Shirley MacLaine) starring Izumi Yukimura, Nagata Kings, James Borges, Victor Toyota, The Nagatta Baseball Kings, The Rocky-Fellers, etc.
46 Holiday Rapping, A : or "A Little Ribbin' Goes A Long Way" produced by Phil Erickson. Music by Nick Hall. Presented by The Wit's End Players at the Alhambra Dinner Theatre (Jacksonville, FL - No date) starring Louis Fox, Ken Clarke, Cricket Clarke, Linda Shea and Frederick Joyce. Directed by Phil Erickson. Songs include: "As The Stomach Churns," "Back in the Better Old Days," "Anti-Establishment Rag," "Floridation," etc.
46 Hollow, The : "A Mystery" by Agatha Christie. Various productions (1958 - 80) starring Lois Kibbee (Daughter of Guy Kibbee), William Hindman, Art Kassul, Greta Markson, Jan Pessano, Sam Stoneburner, Donna Pelc, Robert Prosky, Philip Bosco, etc. Original 1958 production directed by Zelda Fichandler.
46 Hollow Crown, The : Filed with the Belknap "Shakespeare Collection" - See "Shakespeare - Theatrical Tributes".
46 Holly And The Ivy, The : Book by Wynyard Browne. Produced by The Playhouse at the Hamlet Street Theatre (Pittsburgh - 1953) starring William Skelton, Mary Elizabeth Kane, Russell Whitney, etc. Directed by Robert Bardwell.
46 Hollywood Blues, The : "A Musical Story of the Movies" by Louis Negin. Produced in Toronto (1966) starring Tom Kneebone, Rita Howell, Joan Karasevich and Gordon Thompson. Directed by Alan Lund. Songs include: "Singin' in the Rain," "San Francisco," "If I Only Had a Brain," "Yankee Doodle Dandy," "Don't Fence Me In," etc.
46 Hollywood Holiday : "The Season's Gayest Farce Comedy" by Kay Kenney and Douglass Gilmore. Produced at various theatres (1935) starring Bebe Daniels, Ben Lyon (Husband of Bebe Daniels), Skeets Gallagher, Kathryn Givney, King Calder, Si Miller, etc. Directed by Thomas Mitchell.
46 Hollywood Pinafore : or "The Lad Who Loved a Salary" with book and lyrics by George S. Kaufman ("With the deepest apologies to W.S. Gilbert"). Music by Sir Arthur Sulllivan. Produced by Max Gordon in association with Meyer Davis at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1945) starring William Gaxton, Victor Moore, Shirley Booth, Mary Wickes, Gilbert Russell, Diana Corday, Ernest Taylor, etc. Directed by George S. Kaufman (Portrayed by Jason Robards in the 1963 biopic, "Act One").
46 Holy Terror, A : "The Dramatic Comedy" by Winchell Smith and George Abbott. Produced by John Golden (No location listed - 1925) starring George Abbott, George Thompson, Dan Moyles, etc. Directed by Winchell Smith.
46 Holy Terrorist, The : Book by Howard Roman. Produced by The Source Theatre Company (Washington, DC - No date) starring Bart Whiteman, Ian Armstrong, Dan Markley, Brian Desmond, Michael Dains, Christi Engel, Patty Acha, Richard Harrington, Beverly Bowman, etc. Directed by Robert McNamara.
46 Holzman : "A New Play" by Lonnie Carter. Produced by The Yale School of Drama Student Workshop (New Haven - 1968) starring Michael Feingold, Richard Jordan, Maxine Lieberman, etc. Directed by Sandy Manley.
46 Homage To Shakespeare : Filed with the Belknap "Shakespeare Collection" - See "Shakespeare - Theatrical Tributes".
46 Homage To T.S. Eliot : "A Programme of Poetry, Drama and Music" devised by Vera Lindsay. Music by Igor Stravinsky. Music for "Sweeney Agonistes" by John Dankworth. Produced by Vera Lindsay at The Globe Theatre (London - 1965) starring Peter O' Toole, Michael Bouquet, Ian Richardson, Alec McCowen, Paul Scofield, Cleo Laine, Anna Quayle, Roddy Maude-Roxby ("Laugh-In" cast member), Clive Revill, Nicol Williamson, Laurence Olivier, etc, Directed by Peter Wood.
46 Home (By D. Storey) : Book by David Storey. Various productions (1970) starring John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson, Mona Washbourne and Dandy Nichols. Directed by Lindsay Anderson.
46 Home (By S.A. Williams) : Book by Samm-Art Williams. Various productions (1980-85) starring Charles Brown, L. Scott Caldwell, Michele Shay, Gilbert Lewis, Stephanie Alston and Andrea-Michelle Smith. Original 1980 production directed by Douglas Turner Ward.
46 Home Again : "A Comedy" by Robert McLaughlin (Written from the Folk Poems and Stories of the Hoosier Poet, James Whitcomb Riley). Produced by William A. Brady at The Playhouse (NYC - 1918) starring Charles Dow Clark, Scott Cooper, Henry Duffy, Maclyn Arbuckle, Jame Donlan, Helen Pingree, etc. Directed by Jessie Bonstelle.
46 Home And Beauty : "A Comedy" by W. Somerset Maugham. Produced at the Eisenhower Theater at The Kennedy Center (Washington, DC - No date) starring Rosemary Harris, Keith Baxter, Remak Ramsay, Ian Thompson, Jose Ferrer, etc. Directed by Jose Ferrer.
46 Home At Seven : Book by R.C. Sherrif. Various productions (1950-53) starring Ralph Richardson, Cyril Raymond, Marian Spencer, Juanita Meade, John Goeppinger, Ted Padek, etc. Original 1950 London production directed by Murray MacDonald.
46 Home Away From, A : "A New Play" by Glenn Allen Smith. Produced by Jane Reid Petty at the Village South Theatre (NYC - 1969) starring Bruce Davison, Sue Jones and Christopher Wines. Directed by Ian Rider.
46 Home Circuit, The : or "Cockney Gleanings" produced at The Theatre Royal, English Opera House, Strand (London - 1827). Billed with "Mathew's Dream" and "Gleanings Continued".
46 Home Fires : "A Romance of Modern Life" by Owen Davis. Produced by The Frank Wilcox Company at The Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1925) starring Frank Wilcox, Helen Blair, Winifred Anglin, Josephine Fox, Eric Clavering, Ruth Abbott, etc. Directed by Halbert Brown.
46 Home Is The Hero : "A New Play" by Walter Mackin. Various productions (1952 - 54) starring Brian O' Higgins, Eileen Crowe, Harry Brogan, Walter Macken, Peggy Ann Garner Most famous as the star of "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" on film), Glenda Farrell, J. Pat O' Malley, Art Smith, Christopher Plummer, Frances Fuller, etc.
46 Home Is The Hunter : Book by Samuel M. Koontz. Produced by The American Negro Theatre (NYC - 1945) starring Maxwell Glanville, Elwood Smith, Evelio Grillo and Clarice Taylor. Directed by Abram Hill.
46 Home Movies : "A New Musical Romp" with book and lyrics by Rosalyn Drexler. Music by Al Carmines. Produced by Orson Bean (Regular panelist on television's "To Tell The Truth") in association with Judson Poets' Theatre at The Provincetown Playhouse (MA - No date) starring Sudie Bond, George Bartenieff, Al Carmines, Jim Anderson, Barbara Ann Teer, etc. Directed by Lawrence Kornfeld.
46 Home On Leave : "An Original Comedy" by Edward Knoblock. Produced by Vedrenne and Eadie at The Royalty Theatre (London - 1916) starring Dennis Eadie, Julian Royce, Blanche Stanley, Stella Jesse, etc. Directed by Wilfred Eaton.
46 Home Of The Brave : Book by Arthur Laurents. Various productions (1946 - 53) starring Joseph Pevney, Alan Baxter, Russell Hardie, Eduard Franz, Kendall Clark, Henry Barnard, Jeff Forsythe, Joseph Nicosia, etc. Original 1946 production directed by Michael Gordon.
46 Home Show Pieces, The : Book by David Greenspan. Produced by The New York Shakespeare Festival at the Public Theatre (1992) starring Ron Bagden, Tracey Ellis and David Greenspan. Directed by David Greenspan.
46 Home Towners, The : "A Comedy" by George M. Cohan (Portrayed by James Cagney on film, Mickey Rooney on television and Joel Grey on stage.). Various productions (1926-27) starring Peg Entwistle (Most famous for committing suicide by leaping from the "H" in the "Hollywoodland" sign), William Elliott, Robert McWade, Florence Earle, Arthur Howard, Arthur Holman, Virginia Berry, Mabel Griffith, Dorothy Holmes, Frank Wilcox, Eric Clavering, Helen Blair, etc. Original 1926 production directed by John Meehan.
46 Homecoming : Book by Lauren Weedman. Produced by Boulevard Arts Inc.and John Lombardi (President of the University of Florida) at The Hippodrome State Theatre (Gainesville, FL - 2001) starring Lauren Weedman. Directed by Maryann Lombardi.
46 Homecoming, The : Book by Harold Pinter. Various productions (1967 - 71) starring John Harkins, John Church, Denis Holmes, Patricia Roe, Michael Craig, Ian Holm, Vivien Merchant, Terence Rigby, Carolyn Jones, William Roerick, Sam Weisman, Robert Nadder, Bob Parsons, Nicholas Madison, Lloyd Battista, John Harkins, Joseph Campanella, Donna Weldon, Eric Berry, Paul Rogers, John Normington, Janice Rule, Tony Tanner, Frank Wittow, Frank Chew, Flora Levin, Michael Jayston (Most famous for his role in the film "Nicholas and Alexandra"), Lynn Farleigh, James Woods, Josh Mostel (Son of Zero Mostel), Kendall March, Will Kemp, Ray Duffy, Paul R. Barstow, etc. Original 1967 productions directed by Peter Hall.
46 Homeward Bound : Book by Eugen Walter (Based on a theme by Walter Hackett). Produced by Charles Dillingham at the Olympic Theatre (No location listed - 1911) starring Arnold Daly, Marion Ballou, Charlotte Walker, William Harrigan, etc.
46 Honey Girl : "The Racing Musical Comedy" by Edward Clark. Music by Albert Von Tilzer. Lyrics by Neville Fleeson. Produced by Sam H.Harris (Portrayed by Richard Whorf in the 1942 biopic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy") at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1921) starring Lynne Overman, Robert Armstrong ("King Kong"), Peter Lang, Rene Riano, Edna Bates, etc. Directed by Bert French and Sam Forrest. Songs include: "I Love to Fox Trot," "Small Town Girl," "Racing Blues," etc.
46 Honeydew : "The Zimbalist Play with Music" with book and lyrics by Joseph Herbert (Son of Lew Fields). Music by Efrem Zimbalist (Wife of Alma Gluck and father of TV star Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.). Produced by Joe Weber (Of the comedy team, "Weber and Fields") at various theatres (1920-22) starring John Goldsworthy, Anton Cansino, Sam Ash, Hal Forde, Sang Far Lee, etc. Directed by Hassard Short. Songs include: "The June Bug," "The Morals of a Sailor," "Drop Me a Line," "Morning Glories," etc.
47 Honeymoon, The (By A. Bennett) : "A Comedy" by Arnold Bennett. Produced at The Royalty Theatre (London - No date) starring Marie Tempest (By arrangement with Vedrenne and Eadie), Kate Serjeantson, Dion Boucicault, Cecil Rose, etc. Directed by Dion Boucicault.
47 Honeymoon, The (By J.Tobin) : "Comedy" by John Tobin. Produced at various theatres in Great Britain and the United States (1811-85) starring Margaret Mather, Milnes Levick, George A. Dalton, Henry Ludlam, etc.
47 Honeymoon Express, The : "A Spectacular Farce with Music" with book and lyrics by Joseph W. Herbert and Harold Atteridge. Music by Jean Schwartz. Produced by The Winter Garden Company at various theatres (1913) starring Gaby Deslys, Al Jolson (Portrayed by Larry Parks in the 1946 biopic, "The Jolson Story" and "Jolson Sings Again" (1949. Also portrayed by Norman Brooks in the 1956 biopic, "The Best Things in Life Are Free"), Ernest Glendinning, Harry Fox, Harland Dixon, Fanny Brice (Portrayed by Barbara Streisand in the play and film, "Funny Girl"), Ada Lewis, Helen Broderick (Mother of Broderick Crawford), etc. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Songs include: "The Ragtime Express," "Coca-Cola Belle," "Yellow Jacket Girl," "Syncopatia Land," "That Gal of Mine," etc.
47 Honeymoon For Three : or "Lullaby" by Don Appell. Produced at the Alhambra Dinner Theatre (Jacksonville, FL - 1972) starring Anne B. Davis ("The Brady Bunch," etc.), Ray Cantrell, Saverio Caruso and Jennie Ventriss. Directed by George Ballis.
47 Honeymoon Lane : "A Musical Comedy" with book, lyrics and music by Eddie Dowling and James Hanley. Produced by A.L. Erlanger at various theatres (1926-27) starring Eddie Dowling, Al Sexton, Gordon Dooley, Kate Smith ("The Songbird of the South"), Dick Wheaton, Helen Clare, Esther Muir, Directed by Edgar MacGregor. Choreography by Bobby Connolly. Songs include: "Little White House at the End of Honeymoon Lane," "Dreams for Sale," "Little Old New Hampshire," "Jersey Walk," "Half a Moon is Better Than None," etc.
47 Honeys. The : "A Farce Comedy" by Roald Dahl (Author of "Charlie and The Chocolate Factory". Husband of Patricia Neal.). Produced by Cheryl Crawford at various theatres (1955) starring Jessica Tandy, Hume Cronyn, Dorothy Stickney, Mary Finney, Heywood Hale Broun (CBS sports commentator and reporter), Dana Elcar, etc. Directed by Frank Corsaro.
47 Honolulu Lou : "A Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Charles Adelman. Music by Ben M. Jerome. Produced by William Wamsher at The American Theatre (St. Louis - 1917) starring Loretta Eglin, Joseph B. Minero, Madge Carson, Jack Ward, Grace Showalter, etc. Directed by Glen L. Beveridge. Choreography by D. Kelley. Songs include: "The Gay White Way," "I'll Be Your Little War Bride," "Say Hawaii to Me," etc.
47 Honor Bright : Book by Micaela O' Harra. Produced by the Messers. Shubert at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - No date) starring Katharine Alexander, Edwin Mills, Walt Draper, Roman Bohnen (By arrangement with The Group Theatre), John Alexander (Most famous as "Uncle Teddy" in "Arsenic and Old Lace" on stage and film), etc. Directed by Louis M. Simon.
47 Honor Of The Family, The : Book by Emile Fabre (Adapted by Paul M. Potter from the play, "La Rabouilleuse"). Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1918-26) starring Otis Skinner, Julia Shaw, Jessie Royce Landis, Harry Burkhardt, Eugenie Woodward, Albert Berg, etc. Directed by Walter F. Scott and Gustave von Seyfferitz.
47 Hoochinoo 'N Hotcakes : "A Melodrama based on historical facts of the 1889 era in Juneau" by Carol Eastaugh. Music and lyrics by Carol Eastaugh. Produced by the Juneau, Alaska Chamber of Commerce (No date listed ). Directed by Idella Marsh. Songs include: "The Mandolin Man" and "Sin No More".
47 Hoodman Blind : "The Great Wallack's Theatre Success" produced at The People's Theatre (Chicago - No date) starring Frederic DeBelleville, Viola Allen, Kate Massi, Charles Moore, etc. Music by Edward Jones. Featuring "All of the original scenery from Wallack's Theatre, New York."
47 Hook Up : "A Radio Comedy with Music" by Jack Lait and Stephen Gross. Produced at the Cort Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Ernest Truex, Helen Lynd, Edith Taliaferro, Arthur "The Street Singer" Tracy, etc.
47 Hoop Of Gold, A : "The Great Spectacular Melodrama" by Mortimer Murdoch. Produced at various theatres (1884) starring Georgia Tyler, Charles F. Herbert, Walter Lennox, James Thornton, Ada Morton, etc.
47 Hooray For Daisy! : Book by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds. Music by Julian Slade. Produced at the Theatre Royal, Bristol (1959) starring James Cairncross, Leonard Rossiter, Ewan Hopper, Angus Mackay, etc. Directed by Denis Carey.
47 Hooray For What! : "A New Musical Comedy" by E.Y. Harburg in collaboration with Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Music by Harold Arlen. Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. Produced by Messrs. Shubert at various theatres (1937) starring Ed "The Perfect Fool" Wynn, Hannah Williams, William Foran, Roy Roberts, Vivian Vance, June Clyde, Paul Haakon, Jack Whiting, Al Gordon's Dogs, Sue Hastings' Marionettes, Hugh Martin, Kay Thompson, Ralph Blane, etc. Staged and supervised by Vincente Minnelli. Directed by Howard Lindsay. Choreography by Robert Alton. Ballets by Agnes George DeMille. The Singing Ensemble coached by Kay Thompson. Songs include: "God's Country," "Moanin' in the Mornin'," "Viva for Geneva," "Napoleon's A Pastry," "Down With Love," "In the Shade of the New Apple Tree," "Buds Won't Bud," etc.
47 Hope For A Harvest : "A New Comedy" by Sophie Treadwell. Produced by The Theatre Guild at various theatres (1941) staring Fredric March, Florence Eldridge (Wife of Fredric March), Alan Reed, Arthur Franz, Helen Carew, Judy Parrish, etc. Directed by Lester Vail. "Miss Eldridge's costumes designed by Valentina."
47 Hope For The Best : "A Comedy" by William McCleery. Produced by Jean Dalrymple and Marc Connelly at various theatres (1945) starring Franchot Tone, Jane Wyatt, Doro Merande, Joan Wetmore, Mercedes McCambridge, Paul Potter, etc. Directed by Marc Connelly.
47 Hope Is The Thing With Feathers : Book by Richard Harrity. Produced by "The Six O' Clock Theatre" as one of "Three Short Plays" (Also, "Celebration" by Horton Foote and "Afternoon Storm" by E.P. Conkle) at Maxine Elliot's Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring E.G. Marshall, Will Geer, George Mathews, etc. All plays directed by Fred Stewart.
47 Hope's The Thing : "An Evening of Comedy" by Richard Harrity. Three short plays ("Gone Tomorrow," "Home Life of a Buffalo" and "Hope is the Thing With Feathers") produced by the American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA) at The Playhouse (NYC - 1948) starring Ray Dooley (Mrs. Eddie Dowling), Eddie Dowling, Fred Stewart, Peg Mayo, Leona Powers, Vaughn Taylor, E.G.Marshall (Television's "The Defenders"), Will Geer ("The Waltons"), etc. Directed by Eddie Dowling.
47 Horatio : "World Premiere" by Ron Whyte (Based on the real life adventures of Horation Alger, the noted author.). Produced by The Repertory Theatre at the Loretto-Hilton Center (St. Louis - No date) starring Brendan Burke, Lyn Cohen, Robert Browning, Peggy O' Brien, etc. Directed by Charles Haid.
47 Horowitz And Mrs. Washington : Bok by Henry Denker. Various productions (1980-85) starring Sam Levene ("Guys and Dolls," etc.), Esther Rolle (Television's "Good Times"), Christopher Blount, Joe DeSantis, Pieter Scholtz, Denise Clothier, Bradley Wheatley, etc.
47 Horrors : "The New and Charming Musical Extravaganza" by William Gill. Produced at various theatres (c. 1879) starring Willie Edouin, George W. Howard, Alice Atherton, Ida Glover, Rose Wilson, etc.
47 Horse Fever : Book by Eugene Conrad, Zac and Ruby Gabel. Produced by Alex Yokel at the Mansfield Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Millard Mitchell ("Singin' In The Rain," etc. on film), Judy Parrish, Ezra Stone (Radio's "Henry Aldrich," etc.), Lou Lubin, Jack Arnold, etc. Directed by Milton Stiefel.
47 Horseman Pass By : "A Musical Celebration" by Rocco Bufano and John Duffy (From the writings and spirit of W.B. Yeats). Music by John Duffy. Produced by John A. McQuiggan at the Fortune Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Barbara Barrie, George Hearn, Clifton Davis, Terry Kiser ("Weekend at Bernie's"), Ken Kerchival, Maria Tucci, Will Geer, etc. Directed by Rocco Bufano. Songs include: "A Drunken Man's Praise of Sobriety," "A Soldier Takes Pride in Saluting His Captain," "Consolation," etc.
47 Horses In Midstream : "A New Play" by Andrew Rosenthal. Produced by Gilbert Miller and Donald Oenslager at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1953) starring Cedric Hardwicke, Diana Lynn, Lili Darvas, Scott Forbes, etc. Directed by Cedric Hardwicke.
47 Hospitality : Book by Leon Cunningham. Produced by Actor's Equity in NYC (No location listed - 1922) starring Tom Powers, Claude Cooper, Stuart Sage, Louise Closser Hale, etc. Directed by Augustin Duncan.
47 Hostage, The : Book by Brendan Behan. Various productions (1960 - 69) starring Maxwell Shaw, Audrey Morris, Dudley Sutton, Victor Spinetti, Donald Moffat, Richard Sabol, Paddy Croft, James Cahill, Moutrie Patten, Kay Chevalier, Dermot McNamara, Lillian Evans, George Spelvin, Marian Mercer, Yootha Joyce, Howard Goorney, Tom Toner, Ted Pugh, Alan Nunn, Sheila Coonan, Georges Wilson, Judith Magre, Dan McLaughlin, Philip Astor, Sheila MacRae ("The (Color) Honeymooners". Wife of Gordon MacRae.), Paddy Croft, Dermot McNamara, Gloria Maddox, Ken Horning, Joan Poor, etc.
47 Hostile Witness : "The Smash Hit Thriller" by Jack Roffey. Various productions (1964 - 66) starring Michael Denison, Hugh Cross, Duncan Lewis, Ray Milland, Melville Cooper, Anthony Kemble Cooper, etc. London production directed by Anthony Sharp. Broadway production directed by Reginald Denham.
47 Hot-Cha! : "Laid in Mexico" by Lew Brown, Ray Henderson (Brown and Henderson were portrayed by Ernest Borgnine and Dan Dailey in the 1956 biopic, "The Best Things in Life Are Free") and Mark Hellinger (Suggested by the Play, "An Old Spanish Custom" by H.S.Kraft. Music and lyrics by Lew Brown and Ray Henderson. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld at various theatres (1932) starring Bert Lahr, Lupe "The Mexican Spitfire" Velez, Marjorie White, Lynne Overman, June Knight, Veloz and Yolanda (Dance team), Eleanor Powell, Buddy Rogers, Antonio and Renee De Marcos (Dance Team), etc. Directed by Edward Lilley. Choreographed by Bobby Connolly. Songs include: "Jose, Can't You See," "Thy All Need a Little Hot-Cha," "You Make My Life a Bed of Roses," etc.
47 Hot Chocolates : or "Connie's Hot Chocolates" by Harry Ruskin and Eddie Green. Music by Thomas "Fats" Waller and Harry Brooks. Lyrics by Andy Razaf. Produced at the Hudson Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Baby Cox, Edith Wilson, "Jazzlips" Richardson, Jimmie Baskette, Louise Cook, Louis Armstrong, "Fats" Waller, Wooding's Jubilee Singers, LeRoy Smith and His Orchestra, The Sixteen Hot Chocolate Drops, The Eight Bon Bon Buddies, etc. Directed by Leonard Harper. Entire production supervised by Danny Dare. Songs include: "Song of the Cotton Fields," "Ain't Misbehavin'," "Somewhere in Harlem," "Black and Blue," "Redskinland," "My Man is Good for Nothin' But Love," "Pickaninny Land,"
47 Hot Corner, The : "A New Farce-Comedy" by Allen Boretz and Ruby Sully. Produced by Eleanore Saidenberg at the John Golden Theatre (NYC - 1956) starring Sam Levene ("Guys and Dolls," etc.), Vicki Cummings, Don Murray, Ned Glass, Harry Holcombe, Horace Cooper, etc. Directed by Sam Levene.
47 HOT L BALTIMORE, THE : Book by Lanford Wilson. Various productions (1973) starring Judd Hirsch, Trish Hawkins, Conchata Ferrell, Peter Tripp, David Beaird, Joe Bell, George Womack, Jennifer Graham, Thomas E. Wenz, etc. Original 1973 production directed by Marshall W. Mason.
47 Hot Line : Book by Elaine May (Of the comedy team, "Nichols ands May"). Produced as part of an evening of "Three New Plays" (Plus "The Disappearance of the Jews" by David Mamet and "Gorilla" by Shel Silverstein) produced by The Goodman Theatre of the Art Institute of Chicago (1983) starring Peter Falk, Tim Halligan, Elaine May, Del Close and Paul Guilfoyle. Directed by Art Woolff. The other plays star Joe Mantegna, Norman Parker, Ron Silver, etc.
47 Hot Mikado : "An Upbeat, Hip-Swiveling Finger-Snapping Evening" by Hassard Short. Modern adaptations of the music of Gilbert and Sullivan by Charles L. Cooke. Topical lyrics by Davve Greggory and William Tracy. Various productions (1940-98) starring Bill "Bojangles" Robinson (Portrayed by Gregory Hines in the 2001 television biopic, "Bojangles"), Maurice Cooper, James A. Lillard, Maurice Ellis, Freddie Robinson, Alice Harris, etc. Originally produced (1940) by Michael Todd and directed by Hassard Short.
47 Hot Old Time, A : "Musical Farce" annually produced at various theatres (1897-1900) starring Johnny Ray and Emma Ray ("The Blazing Lights of Laughter"), Hugh Converse, Rene Washburn, Harry Dull, etc. The third edition (1900) written and produced by George M. Cohan. Sons include: "Alkali Ike," "On the Yellowstone," "A Hot Old Time," "Bos'n Rag," etc.
47 Hot Rhythm : or "Will Morrissey's Hot Rhythm" by Ballard MacDonald, Will Morrissey and Edward Hurley. Contributed to by Johnny Lee Long and Dewey "Pigmeat" Markham (Co-star of television's "Laugh - In". Most famous for his catchphrase, "Here Come De Judge"). Music and lyrics by Donald Heywood and Porter Grainger. Additional songs by Irving Actman, Jean Herbert, Harry Canter and Will Morrissey. Produced by Max Rudnick at The Times Square Theatre (NYC - 1930 ) starring Dewey "Pigmeat" Markham, Slaps Wallace, Willie Taylor, Roland Smith, Johnny Lee Long, Edith Wilson, etc. Directed by Will Morrissey. Choreographed by Nat Cash. Songs include: "Mama's Got to Get Her Rent," "Up in the Sky," "Tropical Moon," "Hot Rhythm," etc.
47 Hot Shot : "A New Comedy" by Don Appell. Produced at the Alhambra Dinner Theatre (Jacksonville, FL - No date) starring Gene Barry (Television's "Bat Masterson," "Burke's Law," etc.), Joy McConnochie, Betty Claire Barry (Wife of Gene Barry), David Coxwell, Michael Graves, etc. Directed by Don Appell.
47 Hot Spot : "A New Musical Comedy" by Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert. Music by Mary Rodgers (Daughter of Richard Rodgers). Lyrics by Martin Charnin. Produced by Robert Fryer, Lawrence Carr and John Herman at various theatres (1963) starring Judy Holliday, Joseph Campanella, Howard Freeman, Mary Louise Wilson, George Furth, Conrad Bain, Virginia Craig, etc. Directed by Morton Da Costa. Choreography by Onna White. Songs include: "This Little Yankee," "State is Nebraska," "From the Red," "Hey Love," etc.
47 Hot Water : "The Latest Musical, Whimsical and Immensely Humorous Farce Absurdity" by Woolson Morse and Edward Holst. Produced at the New Haven Opera House (CT - 1885) starring Alice Harrison, Frank Girard, George Kyle, Charles S. Dickson, etc.
47 Hotbed : "A Comedy Drama" by Paul Osborn. Produced by Brock Pemberton at the Klaw Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring Josephine Hull, Preston Sturges (Film director), William Ingersoll, etc. Directed by Brock Pemberton and Antoinette Perry.
47 Hotel : Produced by Thurber-Nasher Company (No location or date listed) starring Florence Hamilton.
47 Hotel In Amsterdam, The : "A New Play" by John Osborne. Various productions (1968) starring Kenneth Haigh, Judy Parfitt, Isabel Dean, Joss Ackland, Paul Scofield, Geoffrey Wright, Susan Engel, etc. Directed by Anthony Page.
47 Hotel Mouse, The : A Play With Music" by Guy Bolton (Founded on the comedy by Messrs. Gerbidon and Armont). Music by Armand Vecsey and Ivan Caryll. Lyrics by Clifford Grey. Produced at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - No date) starring Frances White, Taylor Holmes, Al Sexton, Richard Temple, etc. Directed by John Harwood. Choreographed by Max Scheck. Songs include: "Why Do the Girls?," "Oozey Woozey," "Rhyming," etc.
47 Hotel Paradiso : "A Farce" by Georges Feydeau and Maurice Desvallieres (English translation by Peter Glenville). Various productions (1956-80) starring Alec Guiness, Irene Worth, Irene Browne, Douglas Byng, Frank Pettingell, Bert Lahr, Angela Lansbury, John Emery, Carleton Carpenter, Lucille Benson, James Coco, George Tyne, Barry French, Lynne Woolfson, Kathy Seddon, etc. Original London production (1956) directed by Peter Glenville.
47 Hotel Peccadillo : Book by Georges Feydeau and Maurice Desvallieres (Adapted by Morris Panych based on the play, "L'Hotel du Libre-Echange."). Produced at the Festival Theatre for the Shaw Festival, Ontario (2007) starring Jeff Irving, Lorne Kennedy, David Leyshon, Trish Lindstrom, Mike Nadajewski and Goldie Semple. Directed by Morris Panych. Music composed and directed by Ryan deSouza.
47 Hotel Topsy Turvy : "The Brilliantly Successful Parisian Vaudeville Operetta" by Maurice Ordonneau, Arthur Sturgess and Edgar Smith. Music by Victor Roger and Lionel Monckton. Produced at the Newark Theatre (NJ - 1899) starring George L. Tallman, Edwin Foy (Eddie Foy), Henry Norman, Frank Smithson, Frank Doane, etc.
47 Hotel Universe : "A New Play" by Philip Barry. Various productions (1930 - 70) starring Katherine Alexander, Ruth Gordon, Glenn Anders, Franchot Tone, Earle Larimore, Phyllis Povah, Morris Carnovsky, Earl McDonald, Ellen Root, Butler Mandeville, George Baron, Dirk Harvey, Winifred Mann, etc. Originally produced (1930) by The Theatre Guild and directed by Philip Moeller.
47 Hothouse, The : Book by Harold Pinter. Various productions (c.1983) starring Derek Newark, Angela Pleasence (Daughter of Donald Pleasence), James Grant, Robert East, John Mahoney ("Frazier," etc.), Rick Snyder, Larry Russo, etc. British production directed by Harold Pinter. U.S. production directed by Jeff Perry.
47 Hottentot, The : "A New Farce" by Victor Mapes and William Collier. Various productions (1920-29) starring William Collier, Donald Meek, Helen Wolcott, Claude Cooper, Calvin Thomas, Frederic Karr, Lucy Currier, Francis Compton, Alan Mowbray, Richard Whorf, E.E. Clive, Frank Wilcox, Josephine Fox, Helen Blair, Helen Baxter, Lynne Overman, Ralph Murphy, etc.
47 Hour Of Temptation, The : "A New Melodrama" by Lee Morrison. Produced by Philip P. Benedict at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1916) starring John Martin, Eleanor Montell, Lawrence Evart, Ella Morris, etc.
47 House, The : Book by David Halliwell. Produced by The Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Chicago - 1982) starring Joan Allen, Glenne Headly, John Mahoney, Tom Irwin, etc. Directed by John Malkovich.
47 House Afire : "A Comic Opera" by David McDonald, Jr. Music by Joseph Haydn. Lyrics by Peter Paul Bergman. Produced by The Yale University School of Drama and the School of Music (New Haven - 1963) starring Duane Morris, John Guare, John Morley, Robert Walker, etc. Directed by Frank McMullan. Choreographed by Robert Troie.
47 House Beautiful, The : Book by Channing Pollock. Various productions (1931) starring Mary Philips, James Bell, Raymond Walburn, Lionel Stander, Roy Gordon, John C.King, Homer Barton, Alma Brock, etc. Original production directed by Worthington Miner.
47 House By The Lake, The : Book by Hugh Mills. Produced by Peter Daubeny at The Duke of York's Theatre (London - 1956) starring Frank Royde, Jenny Laird, Flora Robson (By permission of the Rank Organization), Annette Kerr, etc. Directed by John Fernald.
47 House Guest : "New Thriller" by Francis Durbridge. Produced at the Savoy Theatre (London - 1981) starring Gerald Harper, Sylvia Syms, Barry Stokes, Richard Gale, Barbara Atkinson, Jane Cussons, Sarah Bullen and Philip Stone. Directed by Val May.
47 House Next Door, The : "A Comedy of To-Day" by J. Hartley Manners (From the German). Various productions (1909 - 15) starring J. E. Dodson, Ruth Chester, Olive Temple, Herbert Standing, Corse Payton, Phyllis Gilmore, Jerome Vits, etc.
47 House Not Meant To Stand, A : Book by Tennessee Williams. Produced by the Goodman Theatre of the Art Institute of Chicago (1982) starring Frank Hamilton, Peg Murray, Scotty Bloch, Brooks Gardner, Jeremy Sisto, Meadow Sisto (Sister of Jeremy Sisto), etc. Directed by Andre Ernotte.
47 House Of A Thousand Candles, The : Book by George Middleton (From the Celebrated Novel by Meredith Nicholson). Various productions (1909 - 12) starring Wilmer Dame, Franklin Ritchie, Elsie Raymond, Willette Kershaw, F.E. James, Walter Robison, Louise Clark, Grace Wick, etc.
47 House Of Atreus, The : Book from "The Oresteia of Aeschylus". Various productions and adaptations (1968) starring Len Cariou, Ron Glass, Charles Keating, Roberta Maxwell, Lauri Peters, Richard Ramos, John Ramsey, Nancy Reardon, Adolph Caesar, Philip Kerr, Michael Moriarty, Edward Binns, Glynn Turman, etc, Directed by Tyrone Guthrie. Billed with "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui" by Bertolt Brecht.
47 House Of Bernarda Alba, The : Book by Federico Garcia Lorca (Translated by James Graham-Lujan and Richard L. O' Connell). Various productions (1950 - 58) starring Katina Paxinou, Ruth Ford, Helen Craig, Betty Morrow, Kim Stanley, Beatrice Manley, Eileen Earle, Marian Coop, Carrie-Nye McGeoy (Wife of Dick Cavett), Barbara Douglas, Judy Keller, etc. Original 1950 production directed by Boris Tumarin.
47 House Of Blue Leaves, The : "A Serious Comedy" by John Guare. Various productions (1971 - 88) starring Harold Gould, William Atherton, Anne Meara (Of the comedy team, "Stiller and Meara". Mother of Ben Stiller), Katherine Helmond, Frank Converse, Ralph Meeker, Peggy Pope, Georgie Engel, John Glover, Margaret Linn, Henry Strozier, Robert Spencer, James Broderick (Father of Matthew Broderick), Rene Enriquez, Liz Torres, Terry Lamb, Terrence Boyd, Irene Dailey (Sister of Dan Dailey), Anita Dangler, Danny Aiello, Stockard Channing, Patricia Clarkson, Swoozie Kurtz, John Mahoney, Ben Stiller, Christine Baranski, Ian Blackman,Brain Evers, etc. Original 1971 production directed by Mel Shapiro.
47 House Of Connelly, The : Book by Paul Green. Produced by the Group Theatre at various theatres (1931 - 32) starring Franchot Tone, Art Smith, Stella Adler, Morris Carnovsky, J. E(dward) Bromberg, Ruth Nelson, Clifford Odets, Sanford Meisner, Harry Bellaver, etc. Directed by Lee Strasburg and Cheryl Crawford.
47 House Of Dombey, The : Book by Florence Teignmouth and Walter Dexter (Adapted from the novel by Charles Dickens). Produced by The Dickens Dramatic Society at various London Theatres (1906) starring Frances Innocent, Walter Dexter, Arthur Ropes, H. Pearl Humphrey, Frank Staff, F. Septimus Barnett, etc. Directed by W. Teignmouth Shore.
47 House Of Fear, The : "A Mystery Farce" by Wall Spence. Produced at The Republic Theatre (NYC - 1029) starring Frank Thomas, Effie Shannon, Lea Penman, Harry Worth, Gordon Westcott, Cecil Spooner, etc. Directed by Elmer H. Brown.
47 House Of Flowers : Book by Truman Capote. Music by Harold Arlen. Lyrics by Truman Capote and Harold Arlen. Produced by Saint Subber at various theatres (1954 - 55) starring Pearl Bailey, Diahann Carroll, Juanita Hall, John Randolph, Geoffrey Holder, Frederick O' Neal, Don Redman, Alvin Ailey, Sabu, Ray Walston, etc. Directed by Peter Brook. Choreographed by George Balanchine. Songs include: "A Sleepin' Bee," "House of Flowers," "Two Ladies in de Shade of de Banana Tree," "I Never has Seen Snow," "Don't Like Goodbyes," etc.
47 House Of Glass, The : "Great Big Sensational Success" by Max Marcin. Various productions (1916 - 18) starring Mary Gildea, Ada Gilman, Sam Meyers, Florence Walcott, Mann Wada, Albert Tavernier, Frank M. Thomas, Jerry Hart, Mary Compton, Frank Wilcox, Max Wiseman, Minna Gombel, Ralph Murphy, Mary Ryan, etc, Originally produced (1916) by Cohan and Harris (Portrayed by James Cagney and Richard Whorf in the 1942 biopic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy" ) and directed by Sam Forrest.
47 House Of Temperley, The : "A Drama of the Ring" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Produced at Her Majesty's Opera House, Winter Gardens (Blackpool, England - 1910) starring Claude King, Frank Emery, Stratton Rodney, Leon M. Lion, etc.
47 House Of Women, The : "A Dramatization" by Louis Bromfield (Of his Novel, "The Green Bay Tree"). Produced by Arthur Hopkins at Maxine Elliott's Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring Walter Abel, Roberta Bellinger, Nance O' Neil, Helen Freeman, etc. Directed by Arthur Hopkins.
47 House On The Cliff : "A Spine-Tingling Comedy" by Erik Martin and Charles Colby. Produced by Peggy Wood, Joseph F. Moon and Roger Stearns at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1950) starring Fay Bainter, Ernest Truex, Harry Bannister, Frank Overton, Peggy Cass, James Dobson, etc. Directed by Leo Mittler.
47 House Opposite, The : Book by Perceval Landon. Produced at the Queen's Theatre (London - No date) staring Herbert Waring, Charles Allan, Eva Moore, Dora Barton, Muriel Beaumont (By courtesy of Mr. Arthur Bourchier), etc. Billed with "For the Soul of the King" by Honore de Balzac.
47 House Remembered. A : "A New Play" by Louis A. Lippa. Produced by A. Beryl Lush at The Actor's Playhouse (NYC - 1957) starring Byrne Piven (Founder of the Piven Theatre Workshop, Evanston, Illinois. Father of Jeremy Piven), Miriam Phillips, Glenn Cannon, Mitchell Jason, etc. Directed by Louis A. Lippa.
47 House Unguarded : Book by Len D. Hollister and Lester Lonergan. Produced by Bernard Steele in New Haven (1928) starring Lester Lonergan, John Marsden, Raymond Bramley, Goo Chong, Soo Yong, Shirley Warde, Jerome Dailey, Frank Knight, etc. Directed by Bernard Steele.
47 Houseboat On The Syx, The : "Celebrated Satire" by Kenneth Webb and John E.Hazzard (Based on the work of John Kendrick Bangs). Music and lyrics by Carlo and Sanders. Produced at The Liberty Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Blanche Ring, Sam Ash, Katharine Porter, William M Danforth, etc. Directed by Oscar Eagle. Choreographed by Ray Perez and Chester Hale. Songs include: "Back in the Days of Long Ago," "Pirate Dance," "Someone Like You," "You've Got to Know How to Make Love," etc.
47 Housekeeper, The : or "The White Rose" produced at The Theatre-Royal, Haymarket (London - 1833). Billed with "Rob Roy Macgregor" and "Nicolas Flam, Attorney at Law".
47 Housemaster, The : "A New Comedy" by Ian Hay. Produced by Milton Shubert in association with Ruth Selwyn at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1937) starring Gavin Muir, Frederick Leister, Lester Lonergan, Jr., Aubrey Mather, Philip Tonge, Peggy Simpson, etc. Directed by Frederick Leister.
47 Houseparty : "A New Play" by Kenneth Philips Britton and Roy Hargrave. Produced at various theatres (1929) starring Roy Hargrave, Donald Dillaway, Charles Dill, John Mercer, Penelope Hubbard, Julia Hay, Billy Quinn, etc. Directed by Harry Wagstaff Gribble.
47 How Beautiful With Shoes : "A New Play" by Wilbur Daniel Steele and Anthony Brown. Produced by Anthony Laudati at The Booth Theatre (NYC - 1935) starring Myron McCormick, Westley (Wesley) Addy (Husband of Celeste Holm), Edward Andrews, Mary Fletcher, Nell Harrison, Harry Bellaver, Marion Willis, Norman Williams, etc. Directed by Anthony Brown.
47 How D'You Do? : "A Revue" with book and lyrics by Arthur MacRae, Douglas Byng, Ord Hamilton, etc. Music by Michael North, Ord Hamilton, Edward Cooper and Douglas Byng. Produced by Andre Charlot at the Comedy Theatre (London - 1933) starring Edward Cooper, Tony Sympson, Arthur Macrae, Douglas Byng, Frances Day, Kay Walsh, Doris Hare, etc. Directed by Andre Charlot. Choreographed by Tony Smythe and Carrie Graham. Songs include: "Modern American Ways," "Cads," "Our Open Air Theatre," "Terribly, Terribly 1933," etc.
47 How He Lied To Her Husband : "A Comedy in One Act" by George Bernard Shaw. Various productions (1914 - 43) starring Peter Glenville, Ursula Jeans, Roger Livesey, Hunter S. Marston, etc. Billed with "The Man of Destiny" by George Bernard Shaw, "The Open Door" by Alfred Sutro and "Pantaloon" by Sir James Barrie.
47 How Hearts Are Broken : "A Play with a Punch and a Purpose" by Edward E. Rose. Produced at The American Theatre (St. Louis - 1916) starring Edmund Roberts, Nat Griswald, Mary Balsar, Irene Downey, etc.
47 How I Wonder : "A New Play" by Donald Ogden Stewart. Produced by Ruth Gordon and Garson Kanin (and Victor Samrock and William Fields) at various theatres (1947) starring Raymond Massey, Everett Sloane, Carol Goodner, Henry Jones, Bethel Leslie, etc. Directed by Garson Kanin (Husband of Ruth Gordon).
47 How Long Till Summer : "A New Drama" by Sarett and Herbert Rudley. Produced by Leon J. Bronesky and Edward M. Gilbert at The Playhouse Theatre (NYC - 1949) starring Josh White, Ida James, Frank Wilson, Josh White, Jr., Fredi Washington, Arthur O' Connell, etc. Directed by Herbert Rudley.
47 How Newton Prepared : Book written, produced and directed by Salem Tutt Whitney and J. Homer Tutt. Music by Salem Tutt Whitney, J. Homer Tutt, Clarence C. Wilson and T.L. Corwell. Produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1917) starring Salem Tutt Whitney, J. Homer Tutt, Billy Young, Sweetie May, Juanita Hicks, Estella Cash, etc.
47 How Now, Dow Jones : "A New Musical Comedy" by Max Shulman (Based on an original idea by Carolyn Leigh). Music by Elmer Bernstein. Lyrics by Carolyn Leigh. Produced by David Merrick ("The Abominable Showman") at various theatres (1967) starring Anthony Roberts, Marlyn Mason, Brenda Vaccaro, Barnard Hughes, Hiram Sherman, Patti Davis, Bob Gorman, Sammy Smith, Tommy Tune, George Coe, Madeline Kahn, etc. Directed by Arthur Penn. Choreographed by Gillian Lynne. Songs include: "Step to the Rear," "The Pleasure is About to Be Mine," "Wall Street Hoedown," "They Don't Make 'em Like That Anymore," etc.
47 How The Other Half Loves : "A Comedy" by Alan Ayckbourn. Various productions (1970-71) starring Robert Morley, Mary Miller, Jan Holden, Phil Silvers, Sandy Dennis, Richard Mulligan, Bernice Massi, etc. London production directed by Robin Midgely. Broadway production directed by Gene Saks.
47 How To Be A Jewish Mother : "A New Comedy with Music" by Seymour Vall (Based on the book by Dan Greenburg). Music by Michael Leonard. Lyrics by Herbert Martin. Produced by Jon-Lee at various theatres (1967) starring Molly Picon and Godfrey Cambridge. Directed by Avery Schreiber (Of the comedy team, "Burns and Schreiber"), Frederick Rolf. Songs include: "Laugh a Little," "The Wedding Song," "Since the Time We Met," etc.
47 How To Get Tough About It : Book by Robert Ardrey. Produced by Guthrie McClintic at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1938) starring Karl Malden, Jose Ferrer, Millard Mitchell, Connie Gilchrist, Myron McCormick, Kent Smith, etc. Directed by Guthrie McClintic.
47 How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying : "Pulitzer Prize Winner" by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert (Based on the book by Shepherd Mead). Music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. Various productions (1961 - 2011) starring Robert Morse, Rudy Vallee, Charles Nelson Reilly, Michele Lee, Sammy Smith, Lanier Davis, Tracy Everett, Virginia Martin, Paul Reed, Ruth Kobart, Donna McKechnie, Dick Kallman (Television's "Hank," etc.), Willard Waterman, Dyan Cannon (Wife of Cary Grant), Maureen Arthur, Hal England, Jeff De Benning, Billy De Wolfe, Len Gochman, Lee Goodman, Ronnie Welsh, Matthew Broderick, Megan Mullally ("Will and Grace"), Luba Mason, Walter Cronkite (Voice of Narrator - 1995), Darryl Hickman, Mike Fleming, Eddie Riviera, Wayne Bryan, Linda Stiegler, Warren Berlinger, Larry Noda, Juliet Wynn, Mary Jo Catlett, Penny Worth, Daniel Radcliffe, Tammy Blanchard, Ellen Harvey, Rose Hemingway, John Larroquette, Christopher J. Hanke, Rob Bartlett, Mary Faber, Michael Park, Anderson Cooper (Voice of the Narrator), etc. Originally produced (1961) by Cy Feuer and Ernest H. Martin, directed by Abe Burrows (Father of James Burrows) and choreographed by Hugh Lambert with musical staging by Bob Fosse. Songs include: "The Company Way," "A Secretary is Not a Toy," "Been a Long Day," "Grand Old Ivy," "I Believe in You," "Brotherhood of Man," etc.
47 How We First Met...Because Dating Is Funny : Improvisational production conceived by Jill Bourque at Theatre 39 (San Francisco - No date).
47 How's The World Treating You? : "A New Comedy" by Roger Milner. Produced by Elaine Perry and Charles Hollerith, Jr. at The Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1966) starring Patricia Routledge (Television's "Keeping Up Appearances"), Peter Bayliss, James Bolam, John Tillinger, etc. Directed by Philip Grout.
47 Howdy King : "A Romantic Comedy" by Mark Swan. Produced by Anne Nichols at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1926) starring David Leonard, Hamilton Philips, Marion Bushee, Hazel Cooper, Minor Watson, Harriet MacGibbon, Frank Otto, etc. Directed by Clifford Brooke.
47 Howdy You Do : "A Pensacola Pipe in Two Puffs" by Sidney P. Levy. Produced by The Phunmakers at The Opera House (Pensacola, FL - 1914) starring Fannie Wagenheim, George Hervey, Bessie Robinson, Mamie Bicker, S.R.M. Kennedy, etc. Songs include: "Somebody Else is Crazy About Me," "Come Around and Make Love to Me". "All Dressed Up and No Place to Go," etc.
47 Howie : "A New Comedy" by Phoebe Ephron. Produced by The Playwrights' Company, James M. Slevin and John Gerstad at The Forty-Sixth Street Theatre (NYC - 1958) starring Leon Ames, Peggy Conklin, Albert Salmi, Patricia Bosworth, Nicholas Pryor, Gene Saks (Husband of Beatrice Arthur), Patricia Smith, John Feidler, etc. Directed by John Gerstad.
47 Hoyden, The : "The Newest Musical Comedy" by Cosmo Hamilton (From the French). Music by John L. Golden and Robert Hood Bowers. Produced by Charles Dillingham at the Knickerbocker Theatre (NYC - 1907) starring Samuel Reed, Elsie Janis, Arthur Stanford, Kathryn Hutchinson, etc. Directed by Ben Teal.
47 Hughie : Book by Eugene O' Neill. Various productions (1958 - 74) starring Jason Robards, Jack Dodson (Most famous as "Howard Sprague" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Mayberry RFD"), Burgess Meredith, John Bay, Nan Martin, Ben Gazzara, Peter Maloney, etc. Various productions directed by Jose Quintero, Fred Sadoff and Martin Freid.
47 Huguenot Captain, The : "The New and Original Drama" by Watts Phillips. Produced at the Royal Princess Theatre (London - 1866) starring Augusta Thompson, George Honey, J.G. George, etc.
47 Human Comedy, The : "A New Musical" by William Dumaresq (From the novel by William Saroyan). Music by Galt MacDermot. Produced by Joseph Papp and The Shubert Organization for The New York Shakespeare Festival at The Royale Theatre (1984) starring Rex Smith, Stephen Geoffreys, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Josh Blake, Gordon Connell, etc. Directed by Wilford Leach. Songs include: "The Fourth Telegram," "Hi Ya Kid," "I'm Home," "Fathers and Mothers (And You and Me)," etc.
47 Human Hearts : "An Idyll of the Arkansaw Hills" by Hal Reid. Various productions (1896 - 1924) starring Hal Reid, Effie Pearl, Mamie Pearl, Bertha Belle Westbrooke, Richard Earle, Trevor Bland, John Brady, etc.
47 Human Nature : "The Crowning Conception of Yankee Comedy" rendered by Richard O' Gorman ("The World's Master Comedian") at Blanchard Opera House (Montpelier, VT - No date).
47 Humanity : Book by Sutton Vane. Produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1898) starring Ross D. O' Neal, Alice Irving, Bessie Bruno, Gus Mortimer, Henry Carter, etc. Directed by William A. Brady.
47 Humbug : "Original Farce Comedy" by Fred Marsden. Produced at various theatres (1885-86) starring Roland Reed ("The Inimitable Comedian"), Augustus Cook, Joseph Gobay, Oliver Jenkins, Madge Carr, Annie Mortimer, etc.
47 Humming Bird, The : "A Musical Comedy" by Fred Williams and George Stout. Produced by The Salsbury Troubadours ("The Great Fun-Makers") in Utica, NY (1887) starring John Webster, Frank B. Blair, Nellie McHenry, Leonora Bradley, etc.
47 Humoresque : "The New Play" by Fannie Hurst. Produced at the Vanderbilt Theatre (NYC - 1923) starring Laurette Taylor, Sam Sidman, Alfred Little, Lutha J. Adler (Luther Adler), Ada Hewitt, etc. Directed by J. Hartley Manners.
47 Humpty Dumpty : Various dramatic and musical productions and adaptations of the children's nursery rhyme (1885 - 1917) starring Frank Moulan, William C. Schrode, Nora Sarony, Lillian Coleman, Alfred F. Miaco, Charles Maurittus, Al Fonda, H.B. Irving, Clive Currie, G.L. Fox, "The Famous Liliputians" ("Midget" theatrical troupe), Alfred Rice, etc.
48 Hunchback, The : "The Very Favorite Play" by Sheridan Knowles. Various productions (1832 - 93) Starring James Bennett, J.H. Oxley, Mary Anderson, Milnes Levick, Emma Maddern, Viola Allen, George Clarke, James Hackett, Hobart Bosworth, Isabel Irving, Arthur Stirling, Herbert Standing, Bella Pateman, etc.
48 Hundred Years Old, A : "El Centenerio" by Serafin and Joaquin Alvarez Quintero (English version by Helen and Harley Granville-Barker). Produced by Gilbert Miller at The Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1929) starring Otis Skinner, Thomas Donnelly, Mary Howard, Octavia Kenmore, Georgia Harvey, etc. Directed by James Whale.
48 Hunger : Book by Peter Mattei. Produced at the Annex Theatre (Seattle, WA - 1993) starring Susanna Burney, Serena Lee, Josh Parks, Chuck Richardson, etc.
48 Hunger And Thirst : "La Soif Et La Faim" by Eugene Ionesco. Produced by The Yale University Dramatic Association at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1967) starring Robert Ward, Mary Starnes, Joseph Fuchs, Thomas Russell, etc. Directed by Leland Starnes.
48 Hungry Jake! : "The Laughable Farce" produced at the Barton Opera House (No location listed - 1876) starring Billy Cameron, Charley Jerome and J.A. Toole. Billed as part of a vaudeville line-up including "The Celebrated Phoites" ("Kickapoo Dances, Elastic Disloques, Frantically Nondescript Revels"), Mullen and Magee ("Irish Specialties, Songs and Dances and Lancashire Clog"), Miss Belle Cushing ("Serio Comic Gems"), etc.
48 Hunky Dory : "A Comedy of Scottish Characters" by MacDonald Watson. Produced at various theatres (1922) starring MacDonald Watson, Angus Adam, Nell Barker, etc. Directed by P. Dodd Ackerman.
48 Hunter Of The Alps, The : "The Musical Entertainment" produced at the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh (1823). Billed with "The Spectre Bridegroom" and "Fortune's Frolic".
48 Hurly Burly : "Another of Those Things in Two Acts" by Harry B. Smith and Edgar Smith. Music by John Stromberg. Produced by Julian Mitchell at Weber and Field's Broadway Music Hall (NYC - 1898) starring (Joseph) Weber and (Lou) Fields, David Warfield, Charles J. Ross, Fay Templeton (Portrayed by Irene Manning in the 1942 biopic "Yankee Doodle Dandy"), Mabel Fenton, etc. Directed by Julian Mitchell.
48 Hurlyburly : "A New Play" by David Rabe. Produced at The Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1984) starring William Hurt, Judith Ivey, Harvey Keitel, Cynthia Nixon ("Sex and the City"), Ron Silver, Jerry Stiller (Of the Comedy team, "Stiller and Meara". Father of Ben Stiller) and Sigourney Weaver. Directed by Mike Nichols (Of the comedy team, "Nichols and May". Husband of Diane Sawyer.).
48 Hurricane : "The Story of a Life in Four Episodes" by Olga Petrova. Produced by The Selwyns at various theatres (1923-25) starring Olga Petrova, Letha Walters, Robert Brister, Ben White, etc. Directed by Clifford Pember.
48 Hurricane Flats : "Solid Innocent Fun" produced by "The One and Only Sinclair and Sumner's Comedy Company" (No location or date listed).
48 Hurt Village : Book by Katori Hall. Produced by SignatureTheater at The Pershing Square Signature Theatre (NYC - 2012) starring Marsha Stephanie Blake, Nicholas Christopher, Corey Hawkins, Charlie Hudson III, Ron Cephas Jones, Joaquina Kalukango, Tonya Pinkins, Saycon Sengbloh, Lloyd Watts, etc. Directed by Patricia McGregor.
48 Husbands For All : "A Farce" by G. E. Jennings. Produced by Vedrenne and Vernon at The Little Theatre (London - No date) starring Edna Best, Doris Lytton, Ada Palmer, Campbell Gullen, Malcolm Cherry (By arrangement with Frank Curzon and Gladys Cooper), etc. Directed E. Dagnall.
48 Husbands Of Leontine, The : "A New Comedy" by Alfred Capus. Produced by Charles Frohman's Comedians (Tenth Season) at The Madison Square Theatre (NYC - No date) starring E.M. Holland, Fritz Williams, Eugene Jepson, Isabel Irving, Ida Vernon, etc. Directed by Joseph Humphreys.
48 Husband's Honor, A : "The Stirring Drama" by Howard Hall. Produced at Morosco's Grand Opera House (San Francisco - 1901) starring Howard Hall ("The Favorite Romantic Actor") and Aggie and Her Lions. "The Sensational Incident, requiring remarkable nerve, will be when Mr. Howard Hall enters the den of Raging Lions and rescues a glove at the risk of his life."
48 Hustler, The : Produced at Jacob's Litt's Standard Theatre (Chicago - 1890) starring John Kernell, Max Arnold, John S. Marr, Lee Harrison, etc.
48 Hustlers : "A New Erotic Comedy" by A.J. Kronengold. Produced by Ken Gaston at The Plays and Players Theatre (NYC - No date) starring David Cargill, Jim Faber, Eve Adams, Warren Parker, Susan Valentino, etc. Directed by Crash Corrigan.
48 Hypatia : "A New Classical Play" by G. Stuart Ogilvie (Founded on Kingsley's Celebrated Novel). Produced at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket (London - No date) starring Fred Terry, Lewis Waller, James Welch, Julia Neilson, etc. "The Theatre Lighted by Electricity".
48 Hypocrite, The : Produced at various theatres in Great Britain (1810-34). Billed with "Masaniello," "The Bee-Hive," "Love. Law and Physic," "The Rossignol," "The Wedding Present," "Hit or Miss," "The Americans," "Ourselves," "Raising the Wind," "Transformation," "The Review," "The Mayor of Garratt," etc.
48 Hypocrites : Book by Lois Weber. Produced at H.H.Frazee's Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1915) starring Courtenay Foote, Herbert Standing, Dixie Carr, Margaret Edwards, etc. Directed by Lois Weber.
48 Hypocrites, The : "The New Play" by Henry Arthur Jones. Various productions (1906 - 11) starring John Glendinning, Richard Bennett, Leslie Faber, Ada Webster, Doris Keane, J.R. Crawford, Helen Tracy, Ralph Kellard, Ernest C. Joy, Henry Hull ("The Werewolf of London" on film), etc.
48 I Am A Camera : "The New York Drama Critic's Play Prize Play" by John Van Druten (Adapted from "The Berlin Stories" of Christopher Isherwood. The play was the inspiration for the musical, "Cabaret".). Various productions (1951-59) starring Julie Harris, Edward Andrews, Olga Fabian, Charles Cooper, William Prince, Giancarlo Sbragia, Monica Vitti, William Windom, Allene Gray, Helen Chitty, etc. Originally produced (1951) by Gertrude Macy in association with Walter Starcke and directed by John Van Druten.
48 I Am A Woman : "Woman's Ancient Search for Identity" starring Viveca Lindfors at the University of Florida in The University Auditorium (Gainesville, FL - No date).
48 I Am Different : Book by Zoe Akins (Adapted from the Hungarian of Lili Hatvany). Produced by Lee Shubert at the Curran Theatre (San Francisco - No date) starring Tallulah Bankhead, Fritzi Scheff, John Emery, Glenn Anders, etc. Directed by Thomas Mitchell.
48 I Am My Own Wife : Book by Doug Wright. Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 2004) starring Jefferson Mays. Directed by Moises Kaufman.
48 I'm Getting My Act Together And Taking It On The Road : A Modern Musical" by Gretchen Cryer and Nancy Ford. Various productions (1978 - 83) starring Steven Keats, Jackee Harry, James Mellon, Betty Aberlin, Bonnie Strickman, Donna McKechnie, Howard Platt, Nancy Ford, Naima Eriksen, Michael Derry, etc. Songs include: "Natural High," "Miss America," "Strong Woman Number," "In A Simple Way I Love You," etc.
48 I'm Not Rappaport : Book by Herb Gardner. Various productions (1982 - 2002) starring Judd Hirsch, Cleavon Little, Cheryl Giannini, Anthony Arkin (Son of Alan Arkin), Ben Vereen, Mimi Lieber, Jack Klaff, John Matshikiza, Vincent Gardenia, Glynn Turman, Chip Mitchell, Kevin Carrigan, Lauren Klein, Michael D. Ryall, Laura Galusha, LeRoy Mitchell, Jr., Harvey Phillips, Barbara Beatty-Scrawder, John Fionte, Timothy Gulan, Leslie Hendricks, Ted Kowal, etc.
48 I'm Still Here Damn It! : Book by Sandra Bernhard. Produced at The Booth Theatre (NYC - 1998) starring Sandra Bernhard and The Band (Mitchell Kaplan, Denise Fraser, Dan Petty, Michael Stanzilis and Soumaya Akaaboune). Artistic consultation by Marty Callner.
48 I Can Get It For You Wholesale : Book by Jerome Weidman (Based on his novel). Music and lyrics by Harold Rome. Various productions (1962) starring Lillian Roth (Portrayed by Susan Hayward in the 1955 biopic, "I'll Cry Tomorrow"), Harold Lang, Jack Kruschen, Ken Le Roy, Marilyn Cooper, Barbra Streisand, Elliott Gould (Husband of Barbra Streisand), Sheree North, Louise Lasser, Larry Kert (West Side Story," etc. Brother of Anita Ellis.), Carol Arthur (Wife of Dom DeLuise), Jay Sadler, Tony Monaco, etc. Originally produced by David Merrick, directed by Arthur Laurents and choreographed by Herbert Ross. Songs include: "Miss Marmelstein," "Ballad of the Garment Trade," "Eat a Little Something," etc.
48 I Can't Hear The Birds Singing : Book by Brenda Faye Collie. Produced by The University of Michigan Department of Theatre and Drama at The Power Center for the Performing Arts (Ann Arbor, Michigan - 1981) starring Earl D. A. Smith, Janice Reid, Roy Harris, etc. Directed by Earl D. A. Smith.
48 I Can't Keep Running In Place : "A New Musical" with book, music and lyrics by Barbara Schottenfeld. Produced at the Westside Arts Theatre (Cheryl Crawford Theatre, NYC - 1981) starring Marcia Rodd, Joy Franz, Helen Gallagher, etc. Directed by Susan Einhorn. Choreographed by Baayork Lee and Dennnis Grimaldi. Songs include: "Penis Envy," "Don't Say Yes If You Want to Say No," "Where Will I Be Next Wednesday Night?," etc.
48 I Do! I Do! : Book and lyrics by Tom Jones (Based on "The Fourposter" by Jan de Hartog). Music by Harvey Schmidt. Various productions (1966 - 96) starring Robert Preston, Mary Martin, Anne Rogers, Ian Carmichael, Karen Ziemba, David Garrison, Carol Lawrence, Gordon MacRae, Jack Jenkins, Sally Jenkins, etc. Originally produced (1966) by David Merrick and directed by Gower Champion. Songs include: "Together Forever," "I Do! I Do!, "My Cup Runneth Over," "When The Kids Get Married," etc.
48 I Got Shoes : "A New Play" by Frank Merlin. Produced by Joe Lavenziano at the Cricket Theatre (NYC - 1963) starring Matt Conley. Directed by Frank Echols.
48 I Gota Get Out : "A Racetrack Comedy" by Joseph Fields (Son of Lew Fields) and Ben Sher. Produced by Herbert H. Harris and Lester Meyer at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1947) starring David Burns, Edith Meiser, Mickey Cochran, Harry K. Smith, Ted Irwin, Ralph Smiley, Peggy Van Fleet, Reed Brown, Jr., etc. Directed by Joseph Fields.
48 I Had A Ball : "A New Musical Comedy" by Jerome Chodorov. Music and lyrics by Jack Lawrence and Stan Freeman. Dance music arranged by Luther Henderson. Produced by Joseph Kipness at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1965) starring Buddy Hackett, Richard Kiley, Karen Morrow, Luba Lisa, Marty Allen, etc. Directed by Lloyd Richards. Choreographed by Onna White. Songs include: "Coney Island, U.S.A.," "Red-Blooded American Boy," "The Affluent Society," "Fickle Finger of Fate," "You Deserve Me," etc.
48 I Hate Hamlet : "A Comedy" by Paul Rudnick. Various productions (1992 - 2007) starring Scott Hylands, Adinah Alexander, Peter Bradbury, Jane White, Diego Fuentes, Randall Moring, Bruce Clyton, etc.
48 I Have A Dream : "An Evening of Theatre and Music Based on the Words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr." adapted by Josh Greenfeld. Produced at the Ambassador Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Billy Dee Williams as "Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr." Conceived and directed by Robert Greenwald. Presented by special arrangement with Mrs. Coretta Scott King and The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change.
48 I Have Been Here Before : Book by J.B. Priestley. Various productions (1938 - 53) starring Eric Portman, Wilfrid Lawson, Lydia Sherwood, Eileen Beldon, Harry Rousby, Ernst Deutsch, Clare Renard, Tom Newton, Anne Gerety, etc. Originally produced (1938) by Gilbert Miller and directed by Lewis Allen.
48 I've Got Sixpence : Book by John Van Druten. Produced by Gertrude Macy and Walter Starcke at various theatres (1952) starring Edmond O' Brien, Viveca Lindfors, Patricia Collinge, Vicki Cummings, etc. Directed by John Van Druten.
48 I've Met You Before : Book by Louis R. Ormont. Produced by The Yale University School of the Fine Arts/ The Department of Drama at The Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1949) starring Sorrell Booke, Leslie Charlow, D.L. Polacheck, Boris Sagal, Donald Gunn, etc. Directed by Frank McMullan.
48 I Killed The Count : Book by Alec Coppel. Produced by Frank Carrington and Agnes Morgan at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1942) starring Rafael Corio, Ethel Morrison, Louis Hector, Bertram Tanswell, Ruth Holden, etc. Directed by Frank Carrington and Agnes Morgan.
48 I Knew Him When : "A New Comedy" by James Ramsey Ullman and Arnold L. Scheuer, Jr. Produced by The Federated Civic Theatre Association at The Greenwich Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Margaret Hamilton (Most famous as "The Wicked Witch of the West" in the film, "The Wizard of Oz"), Cecil Holm, Marguerite Swope, Emily Graham, Bruce MacFarlane, etc. Directed by Gavin Muir.
48 I Knock At The Door : Book by Sean O' Casey (Adapted by Paul Shyre). Various productions (1957 -64) starring Aline MacMahon, Staats Cotsworth, Rae Allen, Jessie Royce Landis, Stephen Elliott, Rober Walker (Son of film stars, Robert Walker and Jennifer Jones), etc.
48 I Know My Love : Book by S.N. Behrman (Adapted from "Aupres de ma Blonde" by Marcel Achard). Produced at various theatres (1949-51) starring Alfred Lunt. Lynn Fontanne, Mary Fickett, Edward Andrews, Esther Mitchell, etc. Directed by Alfred Lunt.
48 Iliad, An : Book by Denis O'Hare and Lisa Peterson (Based on Homer's "The Illiad" translated by Robert Fagles). Produced by the New York Theatre Workshop (NYC - 2012) starring Denis O'Hare and Stephen Spinella. Directed by Lisa Peterson.
48 I Love My Wife : "A New Musical" with book and lyrics by Michael Stewart (From a play by Luis Rego). Music by Cy Coleman. Various productions (1977-78) starring Lenny Baker, Joanna Gleason, Ilen Graff, James Naughton, Brad Blaidell, Leslie Denniston, Jerry Lanning, etc. Original 1977 production directed by Gene Saks and choreographed by Onna White. Songs include: "We're Still Friends," "Sexually Free," "Hey There, Good Times," "I Love My Wife," "Married Couple Seeks Married Couple," etc.
48 I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change : Book and lyrics by Joe DoPietro. Music by Jimmy Roberts. Various productions (2001 - 08) starring Carl Danielson, Maribeth Graham, Tina Stafford, Nick Santa Maria, Heather Gifford, Bruce Clayton, Marcy Rhodes and Patrick Stanley. Directed by Bick Goss. Songs include; "Cantata for a First Date," "Single Man Drought," "The Marriage Tango," "Funerals Are For Dating," etc.
48 I Loved You Wednesday : "A Play in Prologue and Three Acts" by Molly Ricardel and William Du Bois. Produced by Crosby Gaige at the Sam H. Harris Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Henry Fonda, Eddie Sexton, Rose Hobart, Arline (Arlene) Francis, Jane Seymour, Philip Van Zandt, Henry O' Neill, etc. Directed by Worthington Miner.
48 I Married An Angel : "The New Rodgers and Hart Musical" by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart (Portrayed by Tom Drake and Mickey Rooney in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Produced by Dwight Deere Wiman at various theatres (1938-39) starring Dennis King, Vera Zorina (Wife of George Balanchine), Vivienne Segal, Walter Slezak, Audrey Christie, Charles Walters, The Dunham Brothers, Arthur Kent, Karen Van Ryn, Dan Dailey, Jr. (Dan Dailey), Burl I. Ives (Burl Ives), etc. Directed by Joshua Logan. Choreographed by George Balanchine. Songs include: "I Married an Angel," "How To Win Friends and Influence People," "Spring is Here," "I'll Tell the Man in the Street," etc.
48 I Must Be Talking To My Friends : Produced at The Queen's Theatre (London - 1965) starring Micheal Mac Liammoir. Directed by Hilton Edwards.
48 I Must Love Someone : Book by Jack Kirkland and Leyla Georgie. Produced by Jack Kirkland at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1939) starring Nancy Carroll, Iris Adrian, Jean Castro, Florence Sundstrom, etc. Directed by Frank Merlin.
48 I Never Sang For My Father : "New Play" by Robert Anderson. Produced by Gilbert Cates at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1968) starring Hal Holbrook, Alan Webb, Teresa Wright, Lillian Gish, Matt Crowley, etc. Directed by Alan Schneider.
48 I Ought To Be In Pictures : Book by Neil Simon. Various productions (1980) starring Dick Latessa, Valerie Landsburg, Bernice Massi, Bill Macy (co-star of television's "Maude," etc.), Alexa Kenin, Patricia Harty, etc. Original NYC production directed by Herbert Ross.
48 I Remane, Forever, Ivy Rowe : Book adapted by Mark Hunter and Barbara Smith (Based upon "Fair and Tender Ladies" by Lee Smith). Produced by the Ivy Company at the 45th Street Theatre,NYC (c. 1989) starring Barbara Bates Smith. Directed by Mark Hunter. Developed with a grant from the Florida Endowment for the Humanities. Originally presented at Playmakers at the Ritz, Tampa, Florida.
48 I Remember Mama : "Comedy Smash" by John Van Druten (Adapted from Kathryn Forbe's Book, "Mama's Bank Account'). Various productions (1944 - 70) starring Mady Christians, Oscar Homolka, Richard Bishop, Joan Tetzel, Marlon Brando, Ottilie Kruger (Daughter of Otto Kruger), Milton Selzer, Charlotte Greenwood, Jean Ruth, Nancy Meltzer, Stella Grey, Kathy Taylor, Gwendolyn Van Derbur, etc. Originally produced (1944) by Richard Rodgers (Portrayed by Tom Drake in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music") and Oscar Hammerstein 2nd and directed by John Van Druten.
48 I Remember Mama (Musical) : Book by Thomas Meehan (Based on the play by John Van Druten and the stories of Kathryn Forbes). Music by Richard Rodgers (Portrayed by Tom Drake in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Lyrics by Martin Charnin. Additional lyrics by Raymond Jessel. Produced by Alexander H. Cohen and Hildy Parks at The Majestic Theatre (NYC - 1979) starring Liv Ullmann, George Hearn, Elizabeth Hubbard, Dolores Wilson, Betty Ann Grove, Ian Ziering, George S. Irving, Tara Kennedy, etc. Directed by Cy Feuer. Choreographed by Danny Daniels. Songs include: "A Little Bit More," "Mama Always Makes It Better," "Time," etc.
48 I Was Dancing : "A New Play" by Edwin O' Connor. Produced by David Merrick at The Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1964) starring Burgess Meredith, Orson Bean (Regular panelist on television's "To Tell The Truth"), Eli Mintz, David Doyle, Barnard Hughes and Pert Kelton (Television's original "Alice Kramden" in "The Honeymooners"). Directed by Garson Kanin (Husband of Ruth Gordon and Marina Seldes).
48 I Will Come Back : Book by Timothy Gray. New songs by Hugh Martin and Timothy Gray. Produced at the Player's Theatre (NCY - 1998) starring Tommy Femia (Female impersonator as "Judy Garland") and Kristine Zbornik (as "A Friend of Barbra (Streisand)". Directed by Timothy Gray. The hits of Judy Garland included: "I Will Come Back," "Zing Went the Strings of My Heart', "Meet Me in St. Louis," "The Trolley Song," "Get Happy," etc. New songs: "Come On In," "They Don't Write 'Em Like That Anymore," "Optimism," etc.
48 I Won't Dance : "A New Play" by Oliver Hailey. Produced by David Merrick ("The Abominable Showman") at the Helen Hayes Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring David Selby, Gail Strickland and Arlene Golonka (Most famous as "Millie" on television's "Mayberry RFD"). Direction and incidental music by Tom O' Horgan.
48 I'd Rather Be Right : "A Musical Revue" by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart (Portrayed by Jason Robards and George Hamilton in the 1963 biopic, "Act One"). 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 Sam H. Harris (Portrayed by Richard Whorf in the 1942 biopic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy") at various theatres (1937 - 39) starring George M. Cohan (Portrayed by James Cagney on film, Mickey Rooney on television and Joel Grey on stage), Taylor Holmes, Florenz Ames, Mary Jane Walsh, Georgie Tapps, Marie Nash, Joseph Vitale, etc. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Choreographed by Charles Weidman. Modern dances by Ned McGurn. Costumes by Irene Sharaff. Songs include: "Have You Met Miss Jones?," "Spring in Milwaukee," "I'd Rather be Right," "Off the Record," etc.
48 Icebound : "New Play" by Owen Davis. Produced by Sam H. Harris in NYC (No location listed - 1923) starring John Westley, Boots Wooster, Phyllis Povah, Edna May Oliver, Lotta Linthicum, etc. Directed by Sam Forrest.
48 Iceman Cometh, The : "A Drama" by Eugene O' Neill. Various productions (1946 - 99) starring James Barton, Dudley Digges, Ruth Gilbert, Jeanne Cagney (Sister of James Cagney), Frank Tweddell, Earle Larimore, Nicholas Joy, Russell Collins, Carl Benton Reid, Tom Pedi, E.G. Marshall, Bert Freed, Jason Robards, Barnard Hughes, Donald Moffat, James Greene, Paul McCrane, John Pankow, Richard Abbott, George Segal, Alan Oppenheimer, Philip Bosco, Michael Lipton, Richard Dix, Robert Prosky, Joyce Ebert, Carr Garnett, Peter Sargent, Karen Connolly, Kevin Spacey, etc. Originally produced (1946) by The Theatre Guild and directed by Eddie Dowling.
48 Ideal Husband, An : Book by Oscar Wilde. Various productions (1895 - 2000) starring Alfred Bishop, Hilda Moore, Edward O' Neill, Frank Earle, Charlotte Granville, Lewis Waller, Cosmo Stuart, Fanny Brough, Paul Rogers, Joan Cairncross, William Devlin, Robert Eddison, Stanley Bates, Monica Evans, Frank Middlemass, Stanley W. Burke, Beatrice Beckley, Merle Maddern, Herbert Kelcey, Isabel Irving, Bessie Tyree, Alma Tapping, Mary Gray, Martin Shaw, David Yelland, Dulcie Gray, Nanna Ingvarsson, Gilly Conklin, Danielle Davy, Charlotte Akin, Danny Ladmirault, Richard Mancini, Jim Jorgensen, Larry Daniele, etc.
48 Ideals, The : Produced by J.A. Himmelein's Big Comedy Company at the Majestic Theatre (Philadelphia, PA - No date) starring Beatrice Earle and Sam Mylie.
48 Ides Of March, The : Book by Jerome Kilty (Based on the novel by Thornton Wilder). Produced at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket (London - 1963) starring John Gielgud, Irene Worth, Julian Glover, Marie Lohr, Pinkie Johnstone, etc. Directed by John Gielgud and Jerome Kilty.
48 Idiot, The : "A New Play" by Boris Tumarin and Jack Sydow (Based on the novel by Fyodor Dostoyevsky). Music by Bernard Westman. Produced by The Gate Repertory Company at the Gate Theatre (NYC - 1960) starring Archie Smith, John Heldabrand, William Myers, Andrew Cox, Paggy Allenby, etc. Directed by Boris Tumarin.
48 Idiot's Delight : Book by Robert Sherwood. Various productions (1936 - 80) starring Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne, S. Thomas Gomez, Sydney Greenstreet, Ruth Timmons, Richard Whorf, Louis Zorich, Peter Lund, Arlene Golonka, John Morley, Lee Tracy, Ruth Chatterton, Irene Dailey (Sister of Dan Dailey), Robert Kratky, Peter Massey, Denise Koch, Jack Lemmon, Rosemary Harris, Anthony Caruso, Marti Rolph, Sam Jaffe, Leon Askin, Georgie Auld, Robert Prosky, Lois Hathaway, etc. Originally produced (1936) by The Theatre Guild and directed by Bretaigne Windust. Original production conceived and supervised by Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne. Original choreography by Morgan Lewis.
48 Idler, The : "A Comedy Drama" by C. Haddon Chambers. Various productions (c. 1891) starring Herbert Kelcey, Nelson Wheatcroft, Eugene Ormonde, Effie Shannon, Adelaide Stanhope, J.H. Gilmour, William Humphrey, Philip Drew, etc.
48 Idols : Book by Roy Horniman (Adapted from the novel by W.J. Locke). Produced at the Garrick Theatre (London - 1908) starring Evelyn Millard, Augusta Haviland, Herbert Waring, C.W. Somerset, Albert Sims, etc. Directed by Roy Horniman.
48 Idols Of The King : "Hot Summer Musical" by Ronnie Claire Edwards and Allen Crowe. Produced by The San Jose Stage Company at the New California Theatre (San Diego - 2005) starring Scot Bruce (As "Elvis Presley").
48 If A Body : Book by Edward Knoblock and George Rosener. Produced by Pierre de Reeder at the Biltmore Theatre (NYC - 1935) starring Morgan Conway, Greta Granstedt, Anthony Blair, Katherine Locke, Robert O' Neill, Marie Hartman, Honorable Wu, etc. Directed by George Rosener. "Please! Do Not Tell Your Friends How the Play Ends!"
48 If Booth Had Missed : "A Drama of the Reconstruction Period" by Arthur Goodman. Produced by The Morningside Players of Columbia University (NYC - 1931) starring Arthur Goodman, D.E. Plugge, Joseph Marra, George Goetz, etc. Directed by Milton Smith.
48 If I Was Rich : Produced by The Frank Wilcox Company at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1927) starring Frank Wilcox, Al Ochs, Dorothy Holmes, Irene Shirley, Josephine Fox, Donald Dilloway, etc. Directed by Lyle Clement.
48 If I Were King : "A Romantic Play" by Justin Huntley McCarthy. Various productions (1901 - 16) starring George Alexander, Charles Fulton, William Desmond, Frank Gilbert, Blanche Hall, E. H. Sothern, Virginia Hammond, Malcolm Bradley, Philip Loeb (Co-star of "The Goldbergs" on radio and television), Cecil De Mille (Film director), Pedro De Cordoba, Clara Blandick (Most famous as "Aunt Em" in the film, "The Wizard of Oz"), Doris Hardy, Helen Singer, etc.
48 If I Were You : "A New Farce Comedy" by Paul Hervey Fox and Benn W. Levy. Produced by Paul Hervey Fox at The National Theatre (Washington, DC - No date) starring Constance Cummings, Bernard Lee (Most famous as the original "M" in the "James Bond" film series. Grandfather of Jonny Lee Miller.), Percy Waram, Betty Field, Irving Morrow, etc. Directed by Benn W. Levy.
48 If! If! If! : "A New Comedy" by Lawrence Roman. Produced at the National Theatre (Washington, DC - 1079) starring Dick Van Dyke, Elliott Reid, Bibi Besch, Claudette Sutherland, Robert Emhardt, etc. Directed by Melvin Bernhardt.
48 If It Was Easy... : "A New Comedy" by Stewart F. Lane and Ward Morehouse III. Produced at the Douglas Fairbanks Theatre (NYC - 2001) starring John Jellison, Bonnie Comley, Brad Bellamy, Gustave Johnson, Christian Kauffmann, Martin LaPlatney, Willaim Marshall Miller, Vicki Van Tassel, Tom Ligon, etc. Directed by Stewart F. Lane.
48 If Love Were All : "The Noel Coward-Gertrude Lawrence Musical" by Sheridan Morley. Music and lyrics by Noel Coward (Portrayed by Daniel Massey in the 1968 biopic, "Star"). Produced at the Lucille Lortel Theatre (NYC - 1998) starring Twiggy and Harry Groener. Directed by Leigh Lawson (Husband of Twiggy). Choreographed by Niki Harris. Songs include" "Someday I'll Find You," "Mad Dogs and Englishman," "Has Anybody Seen Our Ship?," "Mad About the Boy," "London Pride," "I'll See You Again," etc.
48 If The Shoe Fits : "A Grown-Up Bedtime Story Gaily Set To Music" by June Carroll and Robert Duke. Music by David Raksin. Lyrics by June Carroll. Produced by Leonard Sillman at the Hanna Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio - 1946) starring Florence Desmond, Edward Dew, Ethel Levey, Eddie Lambert, Joe Besser, Charles Weidman, Marilyn Day, Sherle North (Sheree North), etc. Directed by Eugene Bryden. Choreographed by Charles Weidman. Tap Routines by Don Liberto. Songs include: "Am I a Man or a Mouse," "Come and Bring Your Instruments," "What's the Younger Generation Coming To?,"
48 If This Be Treason : Book by Rev. Dr. John Haynes Holmes and Reginald Lawrence. Produced by The Theatre Guild at The Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1935) starring Tom Powers, Edgar Kent, Tom Neal, Hunter Gardner, John Stark, Walter N. Greaza, etc. Directed by Harry Wagstaff Gribble.
48 If You Ever Leave Me... I'm Going With You! : Book by Renee Taylor and Joe Bologna. Produced at The Marines Memorial Theatre (San Francisco - 2003) starring Renee Taylor and Joe Bologna (Husband and wife).
48 If Winter Comes : Book by A.S.M. Hutchinson and B. MacDonald Hastings (An adaptation of A.S.M. Hutchinson's Famous Novel). Produced by Charles Dillingham at the Gaiety Theatre (NYC - 1923) starring Cyril Maude, Henry Morrell, Edgar Kent, etc. Directed by B. MacDonald Hastings.
48 Ile : Book by Eugene O' Neil. Produced at The Greenwich Village Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Everett Glass, Francis McDonald, Joseph Macaulay, John Ahearn, etc. Directed by Frank Conroy. Billed with "The Big Scene" by Arthur Schnitzler and "The Maid of France" by Harold Brighouse.
48 I'll Be Hanged If I Do : "A New Farce" by Edgar Selwyn and William Collier. Produced by Lew Fields at William Collier's Comedy Theatre (NYC - 1910-11) starring William Collier, Paula Marr, Willard R. Feeley Thomas Beauregard, Stanley Murphy, Maud Gilbert, etc.
48 I'll Get My Man : Book by Philip King. Produced by the Bristol Old Vic Company at The Theatre Royal, Bristol (1966) starring Larry Noble, Philip King, David Shaw, Thelma Barlow, etc. Directed by Denis Carey.
48 I'll Say She Is! : "The Musical Comedy Revue" with book and lyrics by Will B. Johnstone. Music by Tom Johnstone. Produced by James P. Beury at various theatres (1923-25) starring The Marx Brothers, Edward Metcalfe, Crissie Melvin, Florence Arledge, The Melvin Sisters, Ruth Urban, Raymond Marlowe, etc. Directed by Eugene Sanger. Choreographed by Vaughn Godfrey. Songs include: "Do It," "Only You," "The Only Only One is You," "Wall Street Blues," etc.
48 If There is I Haven't Found It Yet : Book by Nick Payne. Produced by the Roundabout Theatre Company at the Laura Pels Theatre at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre (NYC - 2012) starring Annie Funke, Michelle Gomez, Jake Gyllenhaal, Brian F. O'Byrne, etc. Directed by Michael Longhursst. Music by Obadiah Eaves.
48 Illusion : Book by Reuben Rosenstein. Produced by The Yale University School of the Fine Arts/The Department of Drama (New Haven - 1928) starring Isaac Benesch, Arnold S. Gillette, Gertrude M. Perelmutter, Jane Markle, etc. Directed by Nancy Ferguson. Billed with three other one-act plays ("Things is That-A-Way" by E.P. Conkle, "Hans Bulow's Last Puppet" by Grace Ruthenberg and "Busybodies" by Mary Grahn).
48 Illusion, The (by T. Kushner) : Adapted from Pierre Corneille's L'ILLUSION COMIQUE by Tony Kushner. Produced by The Signature Theatre Company at The Peter Norton Space (NYC - 2011) starring Peter Bartlett, Sean Dugan, David Marguilies, Amanda Quaid, Lois Smith, Henry Stram, Merritt Wever, Finn Wittrock, etc. Directed by Michael Mayer.
48 Illusion, The (by R. Tallman) : "A Musical Theater of Marvels" with book, music and lyrics by Randolph Tallman, Steven Mackenroth, John Henson and John Logan. Additional music by Jim Abbott. Produced at The Dallas Theater Center (1979) starring Randolph Tallman, Russell Henderson, Cheryl Denson, Deborah Allen, Grady Brandt, etc. Directed by John Henson. Choreographed by Lynne Moon. Illusions by John Henson and Peter Lynch. Songs include: "That's Why We Do The Show," "Dreaming," "The Illusion," etc.
48 L' Illusionniste : "A Comedy" by Sacha Guitry. Produced by A.H. Woods at the Forty-Sixth Street Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring Sacha Guitry, Yvonne Printemps, Renee Marguerite Senac, etc. Directed by Sacha Guitry.
48 Illya Darling : "A New Musical" by Jules Dassin (Based on the film, "Never on Sunday"). Music by Manos Hadjidakis. Lyrics by Joe Darion. Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden at the Mark Hellinger Theatre (NYC - 1967) staring Melina Mercouri (Wife of Jules Dassin), Orson Bean, Nikos Kourkoulos, Rudy Bond, William Duell, Joe E. Marks, Gloria Lambert, etc. Directed by Jules Dassin. Choreographed by Onna White. Songs include: "Take a Little Drink of Ouzo," "I Think She Needs Me," "Birthday Song," "Medea Tango," "The Lesson," "Ya Chara," etc.
48 Image In The Sun : Book by Howard Clewes. Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal, Bristol (1955) starring Rosemary Harris, Mary Savidge, John Phillips, Peter Wylde, etc. Directed by John Moody.
48 Imaginary Invalid, The : Book by Moliere. Various productions, adaptations and translations (1928 - 98) starring Henry Robinson, Caro Christiancy, Jared Wenger, Charles Coburn, Lillian Booth, Reginald Goode, Ivah Wills Coburn (Wife of Charles Coburn), Sloane Shelton, Denholm Elliott, William Hutt, Pat Galloway, Daniel D. Britt, Steven J. Horowitz, Ted Cassidy, Charles Sykes, Alan Baskin, Jay Reilly, Murray Matheson, Lynda Segal, G. Wood, Charles Kimbrough, Penelope Reed, Michael Tucker, etc. Directors include Anthony Perkins.
48 Imagining Heschel : "A Concert Reading" by Colin Greer. Produced by the Culture Project at the Cherry Lane Theatre (NYC - 2010) starring Richard Dreyfuss (as Abraham Joshua Heshel - "...widely recognized as the leading Jewish theologian-warrior for justice of his day and one whose thought and bold action touched people of all faiths.") and Rinde Eckert. Directed by Larry Moss.
49 Imitation Of Imitation Of Life : "A Staged Reading" (of the 1959 Universal film script) adapted by Oscar Shpielt. Produced by The Tweed Fractured Classicks Series at Westbeth Theatre Center (NYC - No date) starring Lypsinka, Jodi Lennon, Stephen Pell, Mark Gentsch, Amy Sedaris, Ken Bullock, etc. Directed by Kevin Malony.
49 Immaculate Misconception, An : "A Tale of Sex, Truth and Reproductive Science" by Carl Djerassi ("The Father of the Birth-Control Pill"). Produced by The Eureka Theatre (San Francisco - No date). Directed by Edward Hastings.
49 Immoralist, The : "A New Play" by Ruth and Augustus Goetz. Various productions (1954-63) starring Louis Jordan, Geraldine Page, Charles Dingle, Paul Huber, Frank Langella, David Metcalf, Hurd Hatfield (Most famous as the star of the film "The Picture of Dorian Gray"), Richard Shepard, etc. Originally produced (1954) by Billy Rose and directed by Daniel Mann.
49 Immortal Hour, The : "A Music Drama" by Rutland Boughton. Produced by The Birmingham Repertory Theatre at The Regent Theatre (London - c.1922) starring W. Johnstone-Douglas, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Arthur Cranmer, Dorothy D' Orsay, etc. Directed by Barry V. Jackson.
49 Immortal Husband, The : "New Comedy" by James Merrill. Produced by The Artists Theatre at Theatre de Lys (NYC - 1955) starring Anne Meacham, William Sheidy, Mary Grace Canfield ("Green Acres"), Scott Merrill, Jean Ellyn, etc. Directed by Herbert Machiz.
49 Importance Of Being Earnest, The : "A Comedy of Manners" by Oscar Wilde. Various productions (1895 - 2012) starring Charles Richman, Fritz Williams, Margaret Anglin, Guy Spaull, Clifton Webb, Estelle Winwood, Michael Fairman, Jeff Chandler, Erika Slezak (Daughter of Walter Slezak), Michael Tucker, Angela Wood, David Keller, Russell Nype, Brenda Forbes, Anne Meacham, Nancy Coleman, Sorrell Booke, Michael Allinson, Melville Cooper, Ann Shoemaker, Carrie Nye (Wife of Dick Cavett), Gordon Leigh, Helen Janus, Stanley Bell, John Buckmaster, Ronald Bazarini, Buddy Wyatt, Willis Ingalls, Ernest Tillotson, Daniel Massey (Son of Raymond Massey), Isabel Jeans, Flora Robson, Geoffrey Edwards, Malcolm Smith, William Sibley, Neil Stacy, June Barrie, James Wren, Michael Crider, Michael Doyle, Mimi Carr, Patricia Conolly, John Glover, James Valentine, Elizabeth Wilson, Mary Louise Wilson, Jack Lenz, Keene Curtis, Ellis Rabb, Richard Easton, Cathleen Nesbitt, Frances Sternhagen, Rosemary Harris, Donald Moffat, James Black, Max Head, Max Wright, Genevieve Earp, Mary Anderson, Joseph James, Ann Heffernan, Lucile Watson, Patricia Collinge, Dudley Digges, Richard Owen, Ruth Carp, Janice Hornbuckle, Roger Miller, Merideth Maddox, Nicole Reding, Patrick McLarnon, Cecil Kitkat, Marguerite Lipscomb, Edwin Arden, Charles Hammond, Paddy Croft, Brendan Burke, David Woods, Jon Haynes, Gerald Ames, A.E. Matthews, Douglas Jeffries, Doris Kendal, George Alexander, John Gielgud, Margaret Rutherford, Lloyd West, Donald Pickering, Pat Keen, Robert Persichini, Mike Shara, Ben Carlson, Brian Bedford, Sara Topham, Andrea Runge, Sarah Dodd, Stephen Quimette, Tim MacDonald, Barbara Fulton, Ronald Roston, Michael McGuire, Ann Whiteside, Gloria Maddox, Richard Averbuch, Gayle Behrman, David Digiannantonio, Tucker Ewing, June Hansen, Mark Jaster, Robin Leary, Tom Schall, Deborah Seidel, Sandy Spencer, Tyne Daly, etc.
49 Importance Of Being Oscar, The : Book by Oscar Wilde (Based on the personal letters of Oscar Wilde). Produced by Sol Hurok (Portrayed by David Wayne in the 1953 biopic, "Tonight We Sing") and Roger Stevens in association with Michael Redgrave and Fred Sadoff at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1961) starring Micheal Mac Liammoir (as "Oscar Wilde"). Directed by Hilton Edwards.
49 Impossible Marriage : Book by Beth Henley. Produced by The Roundabout Theatre Company at The Criterion Center Laura Pels Theatre (NYC - 1998) starring Holly Hunter, Christopher McCann, Lois Smith, Alan Mandell, etc. Directed by Stephen Wadsworth.
49 Impossible Trip To The Moon : Book by Robert Giard. Produced by The Freshman Division of the Yale Dramatic Association at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1957) starring Lester Faiman, William Hegeman, Sami Sramek and Mike Short. Directed by Stephen Hamlin. Billed with three other short plays including "Hang Dog" by Scott Sullivan, "Night Song" by Richard Higgins and "Stranger in These Parts" by Richard Bently. Cast members for other plays include John Badham, Austin Pendleton, Rick Hauser, etc.
49 Impossible Years, The : "A Wow of a Comedy About Dads and Daughters" by Bob Fisher and Arthur Marx (Son of Groucho Marx). Various productions (1965 - 68) starring Alan King, Tom Ewell, Kevin Dobson, Lynn Bilek, Michaele Myers, William Tynan, Bert Convy, Neva Small, Guy Arbury, Eileen Dietz, Alan Reed, Sr. (The original voice of "Fred Flintstone"), Kathleen Freeman, Sid Melton, Sam Levene, Robin Strasser, Scott Glenn, etc. Originally produced (1965) by David Black and Walter A. Hyman and directed by Arthur Storch.
49 Impresario, The : "Opera Comique" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (English version by Henry Edward Krehbiel). Produced by The Society of American Singers of New York at The Greek Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Percy Hemus, Francis Tyler, Gladys Craven, etc. Directed by William Wade Hinshaw.
49 Improbable Trees, The : Book by John Green. Produced by Patricia Lavin and Keith Langdon at The Patrician Playhouse (Hollywood, CA - 1963) starring Ella Baar, Keith Langdon, Yvonne Neilson, Barry Grant, etc. Directed by Patricia Lavin.
49 Improper Duchess, The : "A Modern Comedy" by James B. Fagan. Produced by Maurice Brown at the Globe Theatre (London - 1931) staring Granville Ferrier, Frank Cochrane, Claude Whinney, Yvonne Arnaud, Hartley Power, Frank Cellier, etc. Directed by James B. Fagan.
49 Imprudence : Book by H.V. Esmond. Produced by Charles Frohman at The Empire Theatre (NYC - 1902) starring William Faversham, Richard Bennett, Wallace Erskine, Hilda Spong, Helen Douglas, etc.
49 Impulse : "A New Play" by B.C. Stephenson. Various productions (c. 1885) starring Lester Wallack, Osmond Tearle, John Gilbert, Annie Robe, Linda Dietz, Madge Kendal, W.H. Grimston Kendal, etc.
49 In A Balcony : "A Dramatic Poem" by Robert Browning. Various productions (1900-13) starring Otis Skinner, Eleanor Robson, Sarah Cowell Le Moyne, Cornelia Van A. Chapin, David Pyle, Edward Fales Coward (Dramatic critic for the New York World), etc. Billed with "The Land of Heart's Desire" by W. B. Yeats and "The Shoes That Danced" by Anna Hempstead Branch.
49 In A Garden : "A New Comedy" by Philip Barry. Produced by Arthur Hopkins at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1925) starring Laurette Taylor, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Frank Conroy, Louis Calhern, etc. Directed by Arthur Hopkins.
49 In A Nutshell : "A Farce Comedy" by Lula Vollmer. Produced by Laurence Rivers at The Hanna Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio - 1937) starring Rex O' Malley, Zolya Talma, Ruth Hammond, Walter Greaza, etc. Directed by Miriam Doyle.
49 In Abraham's Bosom : "The Biography of a Negro" by Paul Green (Pulitzer Prize). Produced at the Provincetown Playhouse (MA - c. 1927) starring Stanley Greene, Lloyd Gray, James Dunmore, Frank Wilson, etc. Directed by Jasper Deeter.
49 In Any Language : "A New Comedy" by Edmond Beloin and Henry Garson (From a story by Henry Garson). Various productions (1952 - 62) starring Uta Hagan, Walter Matthau, Nita Naldi, Joe De Santis, Gloria Marlowe, Maurice Gosfield ("Sgt. Bilko"), Eileen Heckart, June Havoc (Portrayed as "Dainty June" in the play and film productions of "Gypsy"), Ina Mae Levy, Bud Levy, Neil Flanagan, etc. Originally produced (1952) by Jule Styne and George Abbott and directed by George Abbott.
49 In Bed We Cry : Book by Ilka Chase (Dramatized from her best-selling novel). Produced by John C. Wilson at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1944) starring Ilka Chase (wife of Louis Calhern, 1926-27), Frederic Tozere, Paul McGrath, etc. Song, "I Believe in You" by Arthur Schwartz and Howard Dietz.
49 In Circles : "A Circular Play" by Gertrude Stein. Music by Al Carmines. Produced by The Judson Poets Theatre at The Cherry Lane Theatre (NYC - c. 1968) starring Theo Barnes, Lee Crespi, Lee Guilliatt, George McGrath, etc. Directed by Lawrence Kornfeld. "This production is for Alice B. Toklas."
49 In Gay New York : "Third Annual Review" by Hugh Morton. Music by Gustave Kerker. Produced at The Casino (NYC - 1896) starring Virginia Earle, Lillian Swain, Rosa Cook, David Warfield, Richard Carle, Newhouse and Waffle ("The Wandering Minstrels"), Rose Melville ("The Little Jay"), Ross Snow ("The Tuneful Tramp"), etc. Directed by George W. Lederer.
49 In Good King Charles's Golden Days : "A True History That Never Happened" by George Bernard Shaw. Produced at The Downtown Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Elaine Eldridge, Diane Shalet, Frenak Schofield, etc. Directed by Day Tuttle.
49 In His Arms : "New Comedy" by Lynn Starling. Produced by Sam H. Harris at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1924) starring Margaret Lawrence, Mary Perry, Cornelia Otis Skinner, Edna May Oliver, Vernon Steele, etc. Directed by Guthrie McClintic.
49 In Jay New York : or "A Trip to Coney Isle" by Frank D. Bryan. Produced at the London Theatre (NYC - 1896) starring J.K. Mullen, Charles F. Hanley, Joe Weeger, Emma Carus, Blanche King, etc. Billed with "Sam T. Jack's New Creole Company".
49 In Love With Love : "A Comedy of Romance" by Vincent Lawrence. Various productions (1923-24) starring Berton Churchill, Lynn Fontanne, Henry Hull ("The Werewolf of London" on film), Ralph Morgan (Brother of Frank Morgan), James Seeley, Frank Wilcox, Dorothy Holmes, Winifred Anglin, etc.
49 In Mizzoura : "A Drama of Character' by Augustus Thomas. Various productions (1893 - 1904) starring Nat C. Goodwin, Emmett Corrigan, Louis Payne, Minnie Dupree, Vaughan Glaser, Earle Ryder, etc.
49 In 1999 : Book by William de Mille. Produced at the Mayfair Theatre (NYC - 1926) starring Hazel Mason, Denton Vane and Olive Valerie. Billed with "The Emperor Jones" by Eugene O' Neill and starring Charles Gilpin.
49 In Old Kentucky : "An Elaborate Production of the Most Successful Drama of Modern Times" by C. T. Dazey. Produced at various theatres (1896 - 98) starring Frank Dayton, Harry Swinton, Robert Bibbs, Jessa Hatcher, Lillian Mortimer, Leonora Bradley, The Woodlawn Wangdoodles ("Celebrated Pickaninny Band"), etc. Directed by Jacob Litt.
49 In One Bed... And Out The Other : "A Boulevard Comedy" by Mawby Green and Ed Feilbert. Various productions (c. 1967) starring Mamie Van Doren (Wife of bandleader Ray Anthony), Barbara Louis, Garnet Smith, Rex Robbins, Jules Munshin, Greta Thyssen, Richard B. Shull, etc.
49 In Praise Of Love : Book by Terence Rattigan. Produced by Arthur Cantor at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1975) starring Rex Harrison, Julie Harris, Martin Gabel (Husband of Arlene Francis), Peter Burnell, etc. Directed by Fred Coe.
49 In Sand : Book by Jack B. Yeats (Son of John Butler Yeats and brother of William Butler Yeats). Produced for The Dublin Theatre Festival at the Oscar Theatre (Ireland - 1975) starring Barry Cassin, Tom Lawlor, Lorna Dooley, Alan Nuzum, etc. Directed by Beryl Fagan.
49 In Sight Of St. Paul's : "A Drama of To-Day's Life in the World's Metropolis" by Sutton Vane. Produced at The American Theatre (London - 1895) starring John T. Sullivan, Kendall Weston, Walter Penniman, Annie Lewis, Ada Dennison, etc.
49 In Someone Else's Sandals : "A New Musical" by Erich Segal and Anne Croswell (Based on an original play, "King Solomon and The Cobbler" by Sammy Gronemann - American adaptation in collaboration with Zvi Kolitz). Music by Ernest Gold. Lyrics by Anne Croswell. Produced by Zvi Kolitz, Solomon Sagall and Abe Margolies at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1968) starring Dick Shawn, Carmen Mathews, Karen Morrow, Paul Reed, Solome Jens, Garrett Morris (Original cast member of "Saturday Night Live"), etc. Directed by Michael Benthall. Choreographed by Donald McKayle. Songs include: "Someone Like Me," "In Love With a Fool," "The Three Riddles," "Something in His Eyes," "Lord, I Am But a Little Child," etc.
49 In A Bar Of A Tokyo Hotel : "New Play" by Tennessee Williams. Produced by Richard Lee Marks and Henry Jaffe at the Eastside Playhouse (NYC - No date) starring Anne Meacham, Donald Madden, Jon Lee, Elsa Raven and Lester Rawlins. Directed by Herbert Machiz.
49 In The Belly Of The Beast : "Letters from Prison" by Jack Henry Abbott. Produced at the Wisdom Bridge Theatre (Chicago - 1983) starring Peter Aylward, Tim Halligan and William L. Peterson (as "Jack Henry Abbott"). Directed by Robert Falls.
49 In The Boom Boom Room : Book by David Rabe. Various productions (1973 - 76) starring Madeline Kahn, Charles Durning, Robert Loggia, Ellen Greene, Christopher Lloyd, Mary Hausch, Michael Doyle, etc. Originally produced (1973) by Joseph Papp for the New York Shakespeare Festival and directed by Robert Hedley.
49 in The Days Of The Turbins : Book by Michael Bulgakov. Produced by The Yale University Dramatic Association at The University Theatre (New Haven - 1934) starring Blanche Yurka, Max Milliken, Arthur Sachs, Stewart Alsop, etc. Directed by Halsted Welles.
49 In The First Place : Book by William Packard. Produced by The Greater New York Chapter of ANTA (American National Theatre and Academy) at Theatre de Lys (1962) starring Nick Smith, Edward Chiaro, Lane Smith, Delos Chiaro, Arnold Soboloff, etc. Directed by Richard Benter.
49 In The Heights : "A New Musical" by Quiara Alegria Hudes. Music and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda. Various productions (2008 - 2009) starring Lin Manuel Miranda, Afra Hines, Tony Chiroldes, Robin de Jesus, Doreen Montalvo, etc. Original 2008 Broadway production directed by Thomas Kail.
49 In The Jungle Of Cities : Book by Bertolt Brecht (Translated by Gerhard Nellhaus). Produced in NYC (No date) starring Benjamin Hayeem, Ethel Manuelian, John A. Coe, etc.
49 In The Matter Of J. Robert Oppenheimer : Book by Heinar Kipphardt (Translation by Ruth Speirs). Various productions (1968 - 69) starring William Prince, Bruce Weitz, Paul Larson, Joseph Wiseman (Most famous as "Dr. No" on flm), Eduard Franz, Jeff Corey, Lawrence Linville, Bert Freed, John Randolph, Karl Swenson, Ron Brogan, John Beal, Philip Bosco, Stephen Elliot, etc.
49 In The Name Of God : "A Drama" by Anne Moore. Produced by The Beechwood Players (No location listed - 1927) starring Mary Sheridan, Peggy Conklin, Max Fisher, Jack Conway, etc. Directed by Knowles Entrikin.
49 In The Next Room : Book by Eleanor Robson and Harriet Ford (Based on the novel by Burton Stevenson). Produced by Winthrop Ames and Guthrie McClintic at The Vanderbilt Theatre (NYC - 1923) starring Morris W. Ankrum, Merle Maddern, Claude King, Wright Kramer, etc.
49 In The Night Watch : "The London and Paris Success" by Michael Morton (Freely adapted from Farrere and Nepoty's "La Veille d' Armes"). Produced by Lee and J.J. Shubert at The Century Theatre (NYC - 1921) starring Cyril Scott, Margaret Dale, Jeanne Eagels (Portrayed by Kim Novak in the 1957 biopic,"Jeanne Eagels"), Edmund Lowe, Max Figman, etc. Directed by Frederick Stanhope.
49 In The Palace Of The King : "A Dramatization" by Lorimar Stoddard (From the novel by Marion Crawford). Produced at The Theatre Republic (NYC - 1901) starring Viola Allen, Edgar L. Davenport, Frank Bixby, Harry Ford, Isabelle Parker, etc. Directed by William Seymour.
49 In The Red : "A Musical-Comedy Revue" by George Black and Aubrey Denney. Produced by The Mobile Theatre Guild at the Mobile C.Y.O. Hall (Alabama - 1955) starring Elaine Boone, Jane Davis, Willie Werneth, John Heald, etc. Directed by George Black and Aubrey Denney. Choreographed by Tommy Pocase. Songs include: "Sincerely," "It's a Big Wide Wonderful World," "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue," "Melody of Love," etc.
49 In The Reign Of King James : Book by Agnes Bangs Morgan. Produced by The Cambridge Latin School Club (In Aid of Scholarship) at Fay House (Radcliffe College, Cambridge, MA - 1902) starring Helen Dearborn, Emily Hunt, Gertrude Cliff, etc.
49 In The Ring : Book by Jean Marc Dalpe (translated by Robert Dickson). Produced at the Stratford Festival at the Tom Patterson Theatre (Ontario, Canada - 1994) starring Ken James, Janet Wright, Ben Bass, etc. Directed by Richard Rose.
49 In The Ruins : Book by Nick Dear. Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Company at the New Vic Theatre, Bristol (1989) starring Patrick Malahide, James Brereton and Ben Wiles. Directed by Paul Unwin in collaboration with Nick Dear.
49 In The Summer House : Book by Jane Bowles. Music by Paul Bowles. Various productions (1954 - 2010) starring Judith Anderson, Mildred Dunnock, Elizabeth Ross, Logan Ramsey, George Spelvin, Jean Stapleton, Rosemary Harris, etc.
49 In The Tradition : "A Comedy" by Virgil Geddes. Produced by The Brookfield Players (Brookfield Center, CT - 1932) starring Virgil Geddes, Mary Kemble, Frank Conlan, Jean Kritzer, Lee Chase, Meyer Levin, etc. Directed by Meyer Levin.
49 In The Trenches : Produced by The Colonial Stock Company (Marlboro, MA - 1905) starring J.J. Kennedy, E.A. Hammond, Rollo Lloyd, Tressa Rollins, etc.
49 In The Wake : Book by Lisa Kron. Produced at The Public Theatre (NYC - 2010) starring Jenny Bacon, Michael Chernus, Miriam F. Glover, Marin Ireland, Deirdre O' Connell, Susan Pourfar, Danielle Skraastad, etc. Directed by Leigh Silverman.
49 In The Wrong Box : "The Favourite Comedy" produced at the Theatre Swansea (England - 1837). Billed with "No!," "The Coopers" and "Paul and Virginia".
49 In Time To Come : "A New Play" by Howard Koch and John Huston (Son of Walter Huston and father of Anjelica Huston, Tony Huston and Danny Huston). Produced by Otto L. Preminger at The Mansfield Theatre (NYC - 1942) starring William Harrigan, Russell Collins, James Gregory, Richard Gaines, Bernard Randall, Rene Roberti, etc, Directed by Otto Preminger.
49 In Times Like These : Book by Jeremy Brock. Produced by The Old Vic Theatre Company, Bristol at the New Vic Theatre (Bristol, England - 1985) starring Tim Woodward, Alan Moore, Greta Scacchi, etc. Directed by Paul Unwin.
49 In White America : Book by Martin B. Duberman. Produced by Judith Rutherford Marechal at The Sheridan Square Playhouse (NYC - 1963) starring Gloria Foster, James Greene, Moses Gunn, Billy Faier, etc. Directed by Harold Stone. Music direction by Oscar Brand.
49 Inacent Black : "A Heaven-Sent Comedy" by A. Marcus Hemphill. Original music and lyrics by McFadden and Whitehead and Moore. Produced at the Biltmore Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Melba Moore, Barbara Montgomery, Reginald Vel Johnson, Rosanna Carter, etc. Directed by Mikell Pinkney.
49 Inadmissible Evidence : Book by John Osborne. Various productions (1964 - 67) starring John Hurt, Nicol Williamson, Cyril Raymond, Peter Sallis, Christine Pickles, Valerie French, Jill Townsend, Madeleine Sherwood, John Harkins, John Quentin, Arthur Lowe, John Harding, etc. Original 1964 production directed by Anthony Page.
49 Incident At Vichy : "New Play" by Arthur Miller. Various productions (1964 -65) starring Jean Pierre Aumont, Joseph Wiseman (Most famous as "Dr. No" on film), Roy R. Scheider (Roy Scheider), Will Lee, Tony Lo Bianco, Michael Strong, Paul Mann, Barry Primus, Ira Lewis, Hal Holbrook, James Greene, David Wayne, Graham Jarvis, Bill Nitz, Mark Studemund, etc. The Los Angeles production was produced by General James A. Doolittle (Portrayed by Spencer Tracy in the film, "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo").
49 Incommunicado : "A New American Play about Ezra Pound" by Tom Dulack. The "World Premiere" produced at the Wilma Theater, Philadelphia (1988) starring David Hurst, Anthony Chisholm, Reginald Flowers, Peter Wray and David Simson. Directed by Blanke Zizka. Music by Adam Wernick. "1988 Grant Winner- Fund for New American Plays."
49 Incomparable Max, The : "A New Play" by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee (Based on Sir Max Beerbohm's Trips Beyond Reality). Produced by Michael Abbott, Rocky H. Aoki and Jerry Hammer at The Royale Theatre (NYC - 1971) starring Richard Kiley, Clive Revill, Constance Carpenter, Michael Egan, Rex Thompson (Child star of "The King and I," The Eddy Duchin Story," etc. on film), Fionnuala Flanagan (Television's "Brotherhood"), Martyn Green ("The World's foremost authority and performer of the works of Gilbert and Sullivan"), etc. Directed by Gerald Freedman.
49 Inconstant, The : Produced at The Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden (London - 1829). Billed with "The Wizard and the Wolf," "Panorama" and "More Blunders Than One".
49 Inconstant George : Book by R. FeFlers and A. De Caillavet (Adapted by Gladys Unger). Various productions (c. 1909) starring John Drew, Martin Sabine, Mary Boland, C. Aubrey Smith, Ernest Thesiger (Most famous as "Dr Pretorius" in the film "The Bride of Frankenstein"), Hilda Moore, etc.
49 Increased Difficulty Of Concentration, The : Book by Vaclav Havel (Ninth and last President of Czechoslovakia 1989-92). Translated from the Czech by Vera Blackwell. Produced by The Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center at the Forum Theatre (NYC - 1969) starring Harold Gould, Jane Hoffman, Jacqueline Brookes, Leora Dana, etc. Directed by Mel Shapiro.
49 Incredible Murder Of Cardinal Tosca, The : Book by Alden Nowlan and Walter Learning. Produced at the Dallas Theater Center (TX - 1981) starring Randy Moore, Russell Henderson, John Figlmiller, John Henson, etc. Directed by Judith Davis.
49 Indecision Of Mr. Kingsbury, The : "A Comedy" by Cosmo Gordon Lennox (From the French of George Berr). Produced by Frederick Harrison at The Theatre Royal, Haymarket (London - 1905) starring Charles Hawtrey, E. Holman Clark, Sydney Valentine, Cecil Rose, Fanny Wise, Nina Boucicault, etc. Directed by Sydney Valentine.
49 Indian Wants The Bronx, The : Book by Israel Horovitz. Various productions (1968-69) starring John Cazale, Al Pacino, Matthew Cowles, Henry Bal, Chris Sarandon and Harvey Keitel. Billed with "It's Called the Sugar Plum" by Israel Horovitz starring John Lefkowitz, Jill Clayburgh, Chris Sarandon and Ellen Tovatt. Productions directed by James Hammerstein and Arvin Brown.
49 Indians : Book by Arthur Kopit. Various productions (1968 - 75) starring Barrie Ingham, Michael Jayston, Jeffery Dench (Brother of Judi Dench), Roger Rees, Phillip Hinton, Stacy Keach, Manu Tupou, Raul Julia, George Mitchell, Ronny Cox, Sam Waterston, Richard Nieves, Kevin Conway, Alan Klem, Jeff Pate, Dwight Schultz, Concetta Tomei, Walter Rhodes, Kathy Brinson, Karen Spradling, Charles Leader, Lee Griswold, etc. Original 1968 London production directed by Jack Gelber. Original 1969 NYC production directed by Gene Frankel.
49 Indigo : "Spectacular Opera" by W. T. Carleton. Music by Johann Strauss. Produced by the W.T. Carleton Opera Company at the Olympic Theatre (St. Louis - 1891) starring Clara Lane, Alice Vincent, Clara Wisdom, Minnie Washburn, W. T. Carleton, etc. Directed by W.T. Carleton.
49 Indiscretions : "Les Parents Terribles" by Jean Cocteau (Translated by Jeremy Sams). Produced at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1995) starring Kathleen Turner, Eileen Atkins, Roger Rees, Jude Law, Cynthia Nixon ("Sex and the City"), etc. Directed by Sam Mathias.
49 Indoor Sport, The : "A New Comedy" by Jack B. Perry. Various productions (1964) starring Darren McGavin, Patrick McVey, Barbara Stuart, Mark Allen, Jody Read, Gloria Rheinhold, Granville Jett, etc. Original Los Angeles production directed by Darren McGavin.
49 Inferior Sex, The : "A Farce Comedy" by Frank Stayton. Produced by Maxine Elliott at various theatres (1910) starring Maxine Elliott, Arthur Byron, Felix Edwardes, etc, Directed by Felix Edwardes.
49 Infernal Machine, The : Book by Jean Cocteau (Adapted by Albert Bermel). Various productions (c. 1959) starring June Havoc (Portrayed as "Dainty June" in the play and films, "Gypsy"), John Kerr, Jacob Ben-Ami, Earle Hyman, Joan McCracken (Wife of Bob Fosse), Gene Saks (Husband of Beatrice Arthur), Peter Brandon, Claude Dauphin, Byrne Piven (Father of Jeremy Piven), George Hitchcock, Alan Brody, Dwight Frye (Son of Dwight Frye - "Renfield" in the original 1931 film, "Dracula"), Susan Darby, etc. Original Phoenix Theatre production (1959) directed by Herbert Berghof.
49 Infinite Shoeblack, The : Book by Norman MacOwen. Produced by Lee Shubert at various theatres (1930) starring Helen Menken (Wife of Humphrey Bogart), Leslie Banks, Essex Dane, etc. Directed by Leslie Banks and Norman MacOwen.
49 Information, Please! : "A Comedy" by Jane Cowl and Jane Murfin. Produced by Selwyn and Company at various theatres (1918) starring Jane Cowl, Helen Salinger, Viola Compton, Blanche Yurka, Henry Stephenson, Cyril Raymond, Cecil Owen, etc. Directed by Bertram Harrison.
49 Ingomar, The Barbarian! : "The Beautiful Play" by Frederick Halm. Various productions, adaptations and translations (1853 - 1904) starring Julia Marlowe, Tyrone Power (Father of the film star), Mary Anderson, Annie Bowen, Mary Marsh, etc.
49 Inherit The Wind : "A New Play" by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Various productions (1955 - 2007) starring Paul Muni, Ed Begley, Tony Randall, Bethel Leslie, Staats Cotsworth, Michael Constantine, James Greene, George C. Scott, Charles Durning, Anthony Heald, Michael Lombard, Paul F. Dano, Erwin Swint, John Johnson, Leon Stevens, Clifford Carpenter, Melvyn Douglas, James Westerfield, John Randolph, Dick O' Neill, Kenneth Baker, Victor Melleney, Dave McClelland, Walter Beilby, Vernon B. Kellett, J. Paul Hemphill, Robert P. Lieb, Steve Johnson, Albert Crone, Bill Donaldson, B.K. Melekian, Sammy Kilman, Sam Baker, Christopher Plummer, Brian Dennehy, Byron Jennings, Bill Buell, Terry Beaver, Beth Fowler, Denis O' Hare, etc. Originally produced (1955) by Herman Shumlin in association with Margo Jones and directed by Herman Shumlin.
49 Inkwell, The : Book by Harold J. Kennedy. Produced by Carl Stohn, Jr. at The Drury Lane Theatre (Chicago - 1962) starring Gloria Swanson, Harold J. Kennedy, John Himes, Geraldine Kay, etc. Directed by Vernon Schwartz.
49 Inner Journey, The : Book by James Hanley. Produced by The Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center at The Forum Theater (NYC - 1069) starring Priscilla Pointer, Michael Dunn, Aline MacMahon, Robert Symonds, etc. Directed by Jules Irving.
49 Inner Voices : Book by Eduardo de Filippo (Translated by N. F. Simpson). Produced at the National Theatre (London - 1983) starring Ralph Richardson, Daniel Thorndike, Avril Elgar, Diane Bull, etc. Directed by Mike Ockrent.
49 Innkeepers, The : "A New Play" by Theodore Apstein. Produced by Gordon W. Pollock in association with Richard Cook and Peter Flournoy at various theatres (1956) starring Geraldine Page, Darren McGavin, Joe Maross, Boris Tumarin, Truman Smith, etc. Directed by Jose Quintero.
49 Innkeeper's Daughter, The : "The Interesting Drama" produced at various theatres (1818 - 51) starring Charles Wharton, H. Seymour, etc. Billed with "Diana and Endymion," "Dumb Belle!," "The Lady of the Manor," etc.
49 Innocent : Book by George Broadhurst (Founded on the Hungarian of Arpad Pasztor). Various productions (c. 1915) starring Pauline Frederick, Harold De Becker, Kevitt Manton, Julian L' Estrange, Harold Salter, Charles Dey, Alice Clements, etc.
49 Innocent Eyes : "The New Winter Garden Revue" by Harold Atteridge. Music by Sigmund Romberg (Portrayed by Jose Ferrer in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart") and Jean Schwartz. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge and Tot Seymour. Produced by Lee and J.J. Shubert at the Winter Garden Theatre (1924) starring Frank Dobson, Grace Bowman, Mistinguett (From the Casino de Paris), Cecil Lean, Cleo Mayfield, Vannessi, Ted Doner, Lew Hearn, etc. Directed by J. J. Shubert. Choreographed by W. Francis Weldon, Jack Mason and Seymour Felix. Songs include: "I Love Her Best of All," "Dear Old Moulin Rouge," "Love is Like a Pinwheel," "Peacock Strut," "Yankee Jazz," "Spoony Croony Tune," etc.
49 Innocent Voyage, The : "A New Play" by Paul Osborn. Produced by The Theatre Guild at The Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1943) starring Oscar Homolka, Herbert Berghof, Clarence Derwent, Dean Stockwell, Guy Stockwell, Dan Lounsbery (Emmy Award-winning producer of "Your Hit Parade" and "The Bell Telephone Hour"), etc. Directed by Paul Osborn.
49 Innocents, The : Book by William Archibald (Based on "The Turn of the Screw" by Henry James). Music composed by Alex North. Various productions (1950 - 92) starring Sylvia Sidney, David Cole, Beatrice Straight, Iris Mann, Andrew Duggan, Isobel Elsom, Polly Williams, Suzanne Kiker, Michael Womack, Prudence Rhorbach, Jean Nicholls, Claire Bloom, Pauline Flanagan, Michael Mackay, Sarah Jessica Parker, etc. Originally produced (1950) by Harald Bromley and George Brandt and directed by Stanley Gould.
49 Inquest : "A Tale of Political Terror" by Donald Freed (Based on "Invitation to an Inquest" by Walter and Miriam Schneir). Produced by Lee Guber and Shelly Gross at The Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1970) starring Anne Jackson (as "Ethel Rosenberg"), George Grizzard (as "Julius Rosenberg"), Mike Bursten (as "Roy Cohn"), James Whitmore (as "Emanuel Bloch"), Mason Adams, Phil Leeds, Abe Vigoda, Allen Garfield (AKA" Allen Goorwitz"), Michael Lipton, Hildy Brooks, etc. Directed by Alan Schneider.
49 Inquest For Freddy Chickan : "A Sci-Fi, Horror, Romance, Mystery, Musical, Comedy Improv" by Fred Curchack. "A One Man Theatrical Ensemble" produced at The Victoria Theatre (San Francisco - No date ) starring Fred Curchack.
49 Inquiry, The : "Two Plays" (Alternating with "The Gambler") by Ugo Betti. Produced by The Old Town Players (Chicago - 1974) starring Rhoda Reighard, Michael Anderson, Jack Callahan, Vincent Dexter, etc. Plays directed by Frank Carioti.
49 Insect Comedy, The : or "The World We Live In" by Josef And Karel Capek (Adapted by Owen Davis). Various productions (1923- 58) Starring Paul Irving, Selene Jackson, Edgar Norton, Carl Anderson, Herbert Lorimer, Alice Aynesworth, George Coulouris, Leonardo Cimino, Jose Ferrer, Rita Gam, Thomas (Tom) Poston, Alexander Scourby, Ray Walston, Michael Doyle, Shirley Dion, etc. Original 1923 Broadway production directed by John Cromwell (Father of James Cromwell). The New York City Theatre Company revival (1948) directed by Jose Ferrer. Originally produced at the National Theatre of Czecho-Slovakia at Prague.
49 Inshavogue : or "Wearing of the Green" by Charles H. Hicks. Various productions of the "Great Irish Drama" (c. 1890) starring H.R. Brennan, Minnie DeLange, Harry Irving, Benjamin Maginley, Henry E. Walton, Lillian Billings, Lizzie Hughes, etc.
49 Inside The Lines : "A New Play" by Earl Derr Biggers. Produced by J. Fred Zimmerman, Jr. and William Harris, Jr. at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1915) starring Lewis S.Stone (Lewis Stone - Most famous as "Judge Hardy" in the "Andy Hardy " film series), Camilla Crume, Isabel Goodwin, William Keighley, Marion Abbott, Edward See, Henry Stephenson, etc. Directed by Felix Edwardes.
49 Inside U.S.A. : "A New Musical Revue" with sketches by Arnold Auerbach, Moss Hart (Portrayed by George Hamilton in the 1963 biopic, "Act One") and Arnold B. Horwitt, Joseph Stein and Will Glickman. Music and lyrics by Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz. Produced by Arthur Schwartz at various theatres (1948-49) starring Beatrice Lillie, Jack Haley, Peter Turgeon, Gloria Gordon, Rod Alexander, Paul D' Ambroise, Jean Sheppard, Valerie Bettis, etc. Directed by Robert H. Gordon. Choreographed by Helen Tamiris. Songs include: "Rhode Island Is Famous For You," "A Song to Forget," "All Over the Map," "We Won't Take It Back," Just Off Broadway," "At the Mardi Gras," etc.
49 Insignifiant Others : "A New Musical" produced at various theatres (San Francisco - 2007 - 08).
49 Inspector Calls, An : Book by J.B. Priestley. Various productions (1946 - 96) starring William Devlin, Norman Claridge, Rosalie Crutchley, Thomas Mitchell, Melville Cooper, Doris Lloyd, Rene Ray, John Buckmaster, John Merivale, John Thorne, Ricky Feather, Fritz Reinhardt, Rosemary Harris, Philip Bosco, Kenneth Cranham, Jane Adams, Sir Cedric Hardwicke, James Valentine, Susan Kellerman, Philip Le Strange, Sam Tsoutsouvas, Conrado Corradi, Carlos Martin, Stacy Keach, Kenneth Cranham, Susan Kellerman, Harry Carnahan, Kaye Kingston, David Andrew MacDonald, Zachary Freed, Jane Fleiss, Barry Foster, Margaret Tyzack, Richard Johnson, Rachel Joyce, Luke De Lacey, Georgina Beer, Jonathan Guy Lewis, etc. Originally produced in London (1946) by the Bristol Old Vic Company and directed by Hugh Hunt. Originally produced in NYC (1947) by Courtney Burr and Lassor H. Grosberg and directed by Cedric Hardwicke.
49 Inspector General, The : "A Comedy" by Nikolai Gogol. Various productions, adaptations and translations (1930 - 98) starring Julian Winter, Edward Hart, Claude Cooper, Eduardo Ciannelli, Dorothy Gish, J. Edward Romberg (Bromberg), Lester Rawlins, Joe Coyle, Mel Pitler, Bob Balaban, Theodore Bikel, Helen Burns, William Duell, Christine Estabrook, Warren Pincus, Arnold Soboloff, Max Wright, Sam Waterston, Harry Resnik, Austin Pendleton, Ron Miller, A. Bartlett Giammatti (7th Commishioner of Baseball. Father of Paul Giamatti), Barbara Cole, Pernell Roberts, Dick O' Neill, Lester Rawlins, Romney Brent, Michel Chekhov, etc. Originally produced (1930) by Jed Harris, translated by John Anderson and directed by Jed Harris.
49 Instant Replay : "A Musical Revue" produced and directed by Rod Warren at "Downstairs at the Upstairs" (NYC - c. 1967) starring Warren Burton, Jeanette Landis, Larry Moss, George Poulos and Lily Tomlin. Sketches, music and lyrics by Rod Warren, Kenny Solms, Gail Parent, Blair Weille, Michael Brown, Steve Nelson, George Poulos, Bill Weeden, Lily Tomlin, etc. Songs include: "The Cry of the Lame Duck," "Mission Impossible," "I Flew To Havana Last Wednesday," etc.
49 Interference : Book by Roland Pertwee and Harold Dearden. Various productions (1927 - 28) starring Gerald du Maurier, Basil Loder, Herbert Marshall, Frank Lawton, Hilda Moore, John Williams, Philip Tonge, Arthur Lewis, A. E. Matthews, Karl Nielsen, Walter Connolly, Eric Blore, Alison Skipworth, etc. Originally produced (1927) by Gilbert Miller and directed by Gerald du Maurier.
49 Interlock : "A Psychological Melodrama" by Ira Levin. Produced by Richard Myers, Julius Fleischmann and Walter N. Trenerry at The ANTA (American National Theatre and Academy) Theatre (NYC - 1958) starring Celest Holm, Maximillian Schell, Rosemary Harris, Georgie Burke and John Marriott. Directed by Philip Burton.
49 Internal Injury : Produced by The Rhode Island Feminist Theatre (Providence - 1984).
49 International Cup : "A Spectacular Melodrama with Music" by R.H. Burnside (Suggested and invented by Arthur Voegtlin, Scenic Artist of the Hippodrome). Music and lyrics by Manuel Klein (Musical Director of The Hippodrome). Produced by The Messrs. Shubert at the New York Hippodrome (1910) starring Bert Wainwright, George Adams, Mabel Dwight, Herbert Mansfield, Albert Froom, Nat Harris, etc. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Songs include: "The Fighting Regiment," "The Sons of Every Nation," "The North and South of Today," etc.
49 International Incident, An : "A New Comedy" by Vincent Sheean. Produced by Guthrie McClintic at various theatres (1940) starring Ethel Barrymore, Kent Smith, Josephine Hull, Cecil Humphreys, Arthur Kennedy, Sidney Stone, etc. Directed by Guthrie McClintic.
49 Intimacy At 8:30 : "A New Revue" by Peter Myers, Alec Grahame and David Climie. Music by John Pritchett and Ronald Cass. Produced at the Criterion Theatre (London - 1954) starring Digby Wolfe, Ron Moody, Joan Sims, Peter Felgate, Geoffrey Hibbert, etc. Directed by Michael Charnley Songs include: "No Sales Ladies," "Lady With The Lamp," "Soft Shoe Shuffle," "Not Cricket," "From Bed to Verse," etc.
49 Intimate Relations : Book by Jean Cocteau (Translated by Charles Frank from "Les Parents Terribles"). Produced by Jack Waller at the Strand Theatre (London - 1951) starring Fay Compton, Robin Lloyd, Ballard Berkeley, etc. Directed by Judith Furse.
49 Intimate Strangers, The : Book by Booth Tarkington. Various productions (1927-45) starring Everett Haley, Leslie Buswell, Cecil Holm, Lester Day, T.C. Upham, Rodney Hale, Esther Mitchell, etc.
49 Into The Light : Book by Jeff Tambornino. Music by Lee Holdridge. Lyrics by John Forster. Produced by Joseph Z. Nederlander, Richard Kughn and Jerrold Perenchio at The Fisher Theatre (Detroit, Michigan - 1986) starring Dean Jones, Susan Bigelow, William Parry, Danny Gerard, Alan Mintz, etc. Directed by Michael Maurer. Choreographed by Mary Jane Houdina. Songs include: "Poltergeists," "The Testing," "The Three of Us," etc.
49 Into The Woods : "A New Musical" by James Lapine. Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Various productions (1987 - 2009) starring Cleo Laine, James Lapine, Ray Gill, Charlotte Rae, Rex Robbins, Chip Zien, Tom Aldredge, Nancy Dussault, Dean Butler, Ben Wright, Joy Franz, Vanessa Williams, John McMartin, Gregg Edelman, Molly Ephraim, Tracy Nicole Chapman, Brett Augustine, Nicholas Bland, Ashley Brown, Kayela Covey, Chelsey Geeting, James Wesley Hunter, Kayla Kopeck, Joshua Korn, Ashley Kreisman, Maiya Martin, Christopher Miller, Vanessa Quinones, Amanda Sanborn, Corrin Schmittling, Matthew Schnabel, Brandon Teems, Inge Uys, Bethany Weiss, Bernadette Peters, Joanna Gleason, Robert Westenberg, Barbara Bryne, Kim Crosby, Ben Wright, etc. Directed by James Lapine. Choreographed by John Carrafa. Songs include: "It Takes Two," "Ever After," "No One is Alone," "Children Will Listen," etc.
50 Into Thin Air : "A Farcical Comedy" by Chester Erskine. Produced at the Cambridge Arts Theatre (England - 1955) starring Jill Melford, Pat Rainey, Sandra Dorne, Lou Jacobi, etc. Directed by Garson Kanin (Husband of Ruth Gordon and Marian Seldes).
50 Intruder, The : "A New Thriller" by Edwin Bronner. Produced by John D. MacArthur at various theatres (1952 - 53) starring Margaret O' Brien, Eddie Dowling, Ann Shoemaker, Richard Fraser, Julie Haydon, etc. Directed by Eddie Dowling (Husband of Ray Dooley).
50 Inventing A New Colour : Book by Paul Godfrey. Produced by the Bristol Old Vic Company at the Royal Court Theatre, Bristol (No date) starring Simon Gregor, Nicholas Hewetson, Sam Kelly, etc. Directed by Phyllida Lloyd.
50 Invention of Love : "A New Play" by Tom Stoppard. Produced by the Lincoln Center Theater at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 2001) starring Daniel Davis, Neal Dodson, Andrew McGinn, Peter McRobbie, Richard Easton, Matthew Floyd Miller, Julian Gamble, Mark Nelson, Guy Paul, Byron Jennings, Robert Sean Leonard, Jeff Weiss, David Turner, Martin Rayner, etc. Directed by Jack O' Brien. Music by Bob James.
50 Investigation, The : Book by Peter Weiss (English version by Jon Swan and Ulu Grosbard). Produced by Alan King and Walter Hyman, Eugene V. Wolsk and Emmanuel Azenberg at The Ambassador Theatre (NYC - 1966) starring Russell Baker, Peter Brandon, Richard Castellano, Graham Jarvis, Paul Larson, John Marley, Tom Pedi, Wallace Rooney, etc. Directed by Ulu Grosbard. "The Investigation is drawn from the court record of the trial of twenty-one persons who participated in the destruction of four million people at the German Concentration camp of Auschwitz during the years 1941 - 45. The trial was held in Frankfurt, German by a German Court. It began January, 1964 and lasted to August, 1965."
50 Invisible Prince, The : or "The Island of Tranquil Delights". Billed with "La Mandarina" and "Blondin on the Tight Rope". No location or date listed.
50 Invisible Rainbow : "More Than Just a Love Story or Sign Language Theatre" by "Sybil M. Odom and Jacquie Gerry. Produced by The Children's Theatre For the Deaf at The Hippodrome Theatre (Gainesville, FL - No date) starring Ben Wronske, Nicky Blum Schumacher, Liz Twitchell, etc. Directed by Sybil M. Odom.
50 Invitation To A March : "A New Comedy" by Arthur Laurents. Various productions (1960-62) starring Celeste Holm, Eileen Heckart, Madeleine Sherwood, Richard Derr, Jane Fonda, James MacArthur (Son of Charles MacArthur and Helen Hayes), Martha Lyons, Doris Mills, Diane Hill, Margaret Murray, Ned Beatty, Marge Champion (Wife and dancing partner of Gower Champion), Ellen Clark, Jay Sheffield, Barbara Babcock, William Goodwin, etc. Originally produced (1960) by The Theatre Guild and directed by Arthur Laurents.
50 Invitation To A Beheading : Book by Vladimir Nabokov (Adapted by Russell McGrath). Produced by Joseph Papp for the New York Shakespeare Festival at the Public Theatre (1969) starring Charles Durning, Robert Ronan, Eloise Harris, Susan Tyrrell, Joseph Bova, John Glennon, Directed by Gerald Freedman.
50 Iolanthe : Filed with Belknap Music Collection - see "Gilbert and Sullivan Collection".
50 Ion. : Book by Sergeant Talfourd. Produced at various theatres throughout Great Britain (1837 - 41). Billed with "The Miller and His Men," "The Duchess De La Valliere," "Zarah The Gipsy," "The Spoiled Child," "His First Champagne" and "As You Like It".
50 Iphigenia At Aulis : Book by Euripides. Various productions, adaptations and translations (1848 - 1982) starring Helen Faucit, Leigh Murray, Jane White, Mitchell Ryan, Jenny Leigh, Erin Martin, Irene Papas, Tom Klunis, Tom Hewitt, etc.
50 Iphigenia In Tauris : Book by Euripides (Translated into English by Gilbert Murray). Produced by Lillah McCarthy and Granville Barker under the auspices of The Yale Dramatic Association at the Yale Bowl (New Haven - 1915) starring Lillah McCarthy, Ian Mac Alren, Claude Rains, Phillip Merivale, Mary Forbes, Alma Kruger, etc. Directed by Granville Barker.
50 Irena's Vow : "A New Play" by Dan Gordon. Produced by the Invictus Theater Company and the Directors Company at the Walter Kerr Theatre, NYC (2009) starring Tovah Feldshuh, Sandi Carroll, Tracee Chimo, Steven Hauck, Scott Klavan, Peter Reznikoff, Thomas Ryan, Gene Silvers, etc. Directed by Michael Parva. Music by Quentin Chiappetta.
50 Irene : "A Musical Comedy" by James Montgomery. Music by Harry Tierney. Lyrics by Joe McCarthy. Various productions (1919 - 75) starring Walter Regan, Hobart Cavanaugh, John B. Litel, Edith Day, Florence Mills, Bobbie Watson, Jon Pertwee, Jessie Evans, Eric Flynn, Jenny Logan, Henry Coote, Flo Irwin, Eve Nansen, Helen Landis, Foster Williams, Patsy Kelly, Jane Powell, Constance Carpenter, David Holliday, Lee Wallace, Jess Richards, Howard Freeman, Dale Winter, Debbie Reynolds, Monte Markham, George S. Irving, Ruth Warrick, Carmen Alvarez, Janie Sell, Rollin Grimes, Jr., Hans Conried, Ron Husman, Ted Pugh, Frank Wilcox, Winifred Anglin, Dorothy Holmes, Helen Blair, Helen Travers, Busby Berkeley, Jessie Evans, Jon Pertwee, Eric Flynn, Julie Anthony, Jane Connell, Jack Fletcher, Pamela Peadon, Peter Lombard, Terry Saunders, Barbara Cook, Jerome Thor, Sid Stone, Paul Lynde, Cathryn Damon, etc. Original 1919 production directed by Edward Royce. The 1973 revival produced by Harry Rigby, Albert W. Selden and Jerome Minskoff, directed by Gower Champion and choreographed by Peter Gennaro with the book by Hugh Wheeler and Joseph Stein (From an adaptation by Harry Rigby). Additional music and lyrics by Charles Gaynor and Otis Clements. Costumes by Irene Sharaff. Songs include: "Irene," "Alice Blue Gown," "The Talk of the Town," etc., and from the revival: "The World Must Be Bigger Than an Avenue," "They Go Wild Simply Wild Over Me," "An Irish Girl," "The Riviera Rage". "You Made Me Love You," etc.
50 Irene Wycherley : Book by Anthony P. Wharton. Produced at the Kingsway Theatre (London - 1907) starring Lena Ashwell, Gertrude Scott, Nannie Bennett, Dorothy Brunt, Henry Vibart, etc. Billed with "The Bishop's Candlesticks" by Norman McKinnel.
50 Iris : "An Original Drama" by A.W. Pinero. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1902-03) starring Virginia Harned, Ethel Winthrop, Louise Drew, William Courtney, Herbert Ross, Harry Lewis, etc.
50 Iris Intervenes : Book by John Hastings Turner. Produced at the Kingsway Theatre (London - 1915) starring (Dame) May Whitty, A. E. George, James Stanners, Murial Pratt, etc.
50 Irish Ambassador, The : "The Comedy" produced at the Theatre Royal, Dublin (1849) for the "Benefit of the Poor in the South and West Of Ireland" by "Command of Their Excellencies Lord Lieutenant and the Countess of Clarendon". Billed with "The Honey Moon".
50 Irish Arab, An : "The Comedy Drama" produced by William A. Brady at Popes's Theatre (St. Louis - 1890) starring Bobby Gaylor ("The Popular Irish Comedian"), Wilson Deal, Frank Thompson, Paul Beech, Annie Locke, Lillie Kline, etc.
50 Irish Aristocracy! : or "At Muldoon's Picnic" by William Carlton. Produced by The Barry and Fay Comedy Company (No location listed - 1882) starring Billy Barry and Hugh Fay ("The Fun Making Monarchs of the World"), Joseph J. Sullivan, Charles Barton, Jennie Fisher, Myra Goodwin, etc. "Wait for the Three-Handed Reel".
50 Irish Attorney : or "Galway Practice in 1770" by W.B. Bernard. Produced at the Theatre Royal, Dublin (1843) starring D. Leonard ("The Popular Irish Comedian"). Billed with " The Two Gregories," "The Irish Tutor," "The Lady of Lyons," "Honest Thieves," etc.
50 Irish Dragoon, The : "A Thrilling, Romantic, Comedy Drama" by Theodore Burt Sayre (Dramatized from Charles Lever's Celebrated Military Novel). Produced by Edward Everett Pidgeon at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1915) starring Andrew Mack ("The Favorite Singing Comedian"), Gavin Harris, Eric Campbell, Walter Grey, Nicholas Joy, Josephine Stevens, etc.
50 Irish Eyes : "A New Comedy with Songs" by Edward E. Rose. Produced by George M. Gatts at various theatres (1922) starring Walter Scanlan, Olive Meehan, Charles W. Dingle, Lida Kane, Clay Cody, etc. Directed by Edward E. Rose. Songs include: "An Irish Song Will Live as Long as Life and Love Shall Last," "The Road to My Love," "My Galway Rose," "Kathleen," "Mavourneen," etc.
50 Irish Manufacture! : or "Bob McGawley's Project" by W. Carleton. Produced at the Theatre Royal, Dublin (1841). Billed with "Studio Di Canova," "Charles the Twelfth," etc.
50 Irish Minstrel, The : "The 3 Act Domestic Irish Drama" by Fred Marsden. Produced at the Grand Opera House (Minneapolis, Minnesota - 1890) starring W. J. Scanlan, Cecil Kingstone, Thaddeus Shine, Millie Sacket, etc. Songs include: "My Nellie's Blue Eyes," "Moonlight at Killarney," "Peek-A- Boo," etc.
50 Irish Pawnbrokers, The : "A Vaudeville Plum Pudding" by Joe W. Spears. Produced by "Joe W. Spear's Comedians" at the Auditorium Music Hall (Baltimore, MD - 1902) starring James Wesley Mac, William Murray Mac, Len Delmore, Lillie Taylor, Lillian Hall, etc. Directed by Len Delmore. Songs include: "Chauncey of the Chappies," "When Mr. Shakespeare Comes to Town," "Weazy," etc.
50 Irish Widow, The : Produced at The Theatre Royal, Dublin (1840). Billed with "Le Bal d' Ouvriers," "Robert Macaire," etc.
50 Irishman In London, The : Produced at The Theatre-Royal, Hay-Market (London - 1816). Billed with "Exit By Mistake" and "The Agreeable Surprise".
50 Irma La Douce : "A Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Alexandre Breffort. Music by Marguerite Monnot. English book and lyrics by Julian More, David Heneker and Monty Norman. Various productions (1958 - 77) starring Elizabeth Seal, Genevieve, Gabriel Dell, Tommy Tune, Igors Gavon, Joe Melia, Roy Evans, Harry Goodier, Stanley Fleet, Johanna Lawrence, Dean Hyland, Taina Elg, Denis Quilley, Joseph Bova, Byron Mitchell, George S. Irving, Fred Gwynne, Elliot Gould, Kip Carlisle, Larry Kert, Priscilla Lopez, David Moffat, Stuart Damon, Clive Revill, Juliet Prowse, Lee Wallace, Keith Michell (By courtesy of the Rank Organization), etc. The original 1958 London production directed by Peter Brook. Originally produced on Broadway (1960) by Davids Merrick, directed by Peter Brook and choreographed by Onna White. Songs include: "Our Language of Love," "The Bridge of Caulaincourt," "There is Only One Paris For That," "Christmas Child," "The Poor People of Paris," etc.
50 Iron Chest, The : Produced at various theatres throughout Great Britain (1821 - 42). Billed with "Raising the Wind," "Mr. Ole Bill". "Review," "The Banditti of Rosenwald," "The Sleeping Draught," "My Neighbour's Wife," "Sylvester Daggerwood," etc.
50 Iron Harp, The : Book by Joseph O' Conor. Produced at the Theatre Royal, Bristol (1957) starring Robert Cartland, Wendy Williams, Raymond Llewellyn, etc. Directed by Frank Dunlop.
50 Iron Mask, The : "The Great Historical Drama" produced at The Providence Opera House (1874) starring D. O' Rielly, W.A. Donaldson, Frank G. Cotter, J. Ince, etc. Billed with "The Ironmaster" and "The People's Lawyer" starring Fred O. Smith, W. P. Sheldon, E.L. Tilton, etc.
50 Iron Master, The : "A Drama" by Georges Ohnet (Translated and arranged from the Author's version by J.V. Prichard). Produced at the Bastable Theatre (Syracuse NY - No date) starring Robert T. Haines, J. Henry Kolker, Charles Dade, Roy Fenton, etc.
50 Iron Men : Book by Francis Gallagher. Produced by Norman Bel Geddes in NYC (1936) starring Frank Jaquet, John F. Hamilton, Marion Stephenson, Richard Taber, Gloria Blondell (Sister of Joan Blondell), Edward V. Bracken (Eddie Bracken), etc. Directed by Norman Bel Geddes.
50 Ironhand : Book by John Arden (Adapted from Goethe's "Goetz von Berlichingen"). Produced at the Theatre Royal, Bristol (1963) starring Frank Middlemass, Roger Jerome, Russell Hunter, etc. Directed by Val May.
50 Ironmaster, The : "Drama" by A.W. Pinero (Adapted from Le Maitre de Forges" by George Ohnet). Produced at various theatres (1890-91) starring Mr. and Mrs. Kendal (W. H. Grimston Kendal and Madge Kendal), Joseph Carne, Seymour Hicks, Herbert Cathcart, etc. Directed by Daniel Frohman.
50 Irregular Verb To Love, The : "A Comedy" by Hugh and Margaret Williams. Various productions (1961 - 65) starring Joan Greenwood, Hugh Williams, Diana Lambert, Derek Nimmo, John Standing, Claudette Colbert, Cyril Ritchard, Roger C. Carmel (Co-star of television's "The Mothers - In - Law"), Cornelia Otis Skinner, Robin Strasser (Television's "Another World," "All My Children," etc.), James Coco, Margot Bennett, etc. Original 1961 London production directed by Jack Minster. Original 1963 Broadway production directed by Cyril Ritchard.
50 L' Irresolu : "Comedy" by Georges Beer. Produced at the Casino Municipal de Cannes (France - 1910) starring Georges Beer, Jeanne Bertiny, Jeanne Cassiny, etc.
50 Is He Dead? : "A New Comedy" by Mark Twain (Adapted by David Ives). Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 2007) staring Norbert Leo Butz, Michael McGrath, Jenn Gambatese, Tom Alan Robbins, Bridget Regan, Jeremy Bobb, David Pittu, Byron Jennings, John McMartin, etc. Directed by Michael Blakemore. Choreographed by Pamela Remier.
50 Is He Jealous? : "Comedietta" produced at various theatres in Great Britain (1847-67) starring G.W. Blake, Eleanor Bufton, Kate Kearney, etc. Billed with "A Widow Hunt" (Starring Henry Irving), Anna Bolena," "Animal Magnetism," etc.
50 Isn't It Romantic? : Book by Wendy Wasserstein. Various productions (1984 - 85) starring Barbara Barrie, Lisa Barnes, Tom Robbins, Jerry Lanning, Kevin Dunn, Fredric Stone, Michael Sullivan, Lisa Goodman, Marilyn Caskey, Scott Wentworth, Dorothea Hammond, Ben Kapen, Halo Wines, Rudolph Willrich, Christopher Hurt, etc. Original 1984 production directed by Gerald Gutierrez.
50 Is Life Worth Living? : "An Exaggeration" by Lennox Robinson. Various productions (1933) starring Christine Hayden, Joyce Chancellor, Joseph Linnane, Rex Mackey, Barbara O' Neil, Whitford Kane, Margaret Wycherly (Most famous for her mother roles in films such as "Sergeant York" and "White Heat"), Byron Russell, etc. Directed by Lennox Robinson,
50 Is The Real You Really You? : "A New Comedy" by John Tobias. Produced by Zev Bufman at the Parker Playhouse (Fort Lauderdale - 1968) starring Richard Schaal, Louise Lasser (Star of television's "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman". Wife of Woody Allen.), William Dwyer and Judy Frank. Directed by Richard Altman.
50 Is There Life After High School? : "A New Musical" by Jeffrey Kindley. Music and lyrics by Craig Carnelia. Produced by Clive Davis, Francois de Menil and Harris Maslansky at The Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1982) starring Harry Groener, Philip Hoffman, Sandy Faison, James Widdoes, etc. Directed by Robert Nigro. Choreographed by Larry Fuller. Songs include: "The Kid Inside," "Nothing Really Happened," "Diary of a Homecoming Queen," "I'm Glad You Didn't Know Me," etc.
50 Is Zat So? : "The Comedy Sensation" by James Gleason and Richard Taber. Various productions (1925-26) starring Richard Taber, Frank Otto, Sammy Green, Lew Silvers, Robert Armstrong ("King Kong," etc.), James Gleason, Tom Brown, Eleanor Parker, Frederic Howard, Harry Tyler, Frank Wilcox, Irene Shirley, etc.
50 Isaac's Wife : Book by F.D. Bone and Teignmouth Shore. Produced at the Royal Court Theatre (London - No Date) starring Henry Stephenson, Basil Mercer, Margaret Yarde, Lucy Wilson, etc. Directed by Charles Rock.
50 Isabel : "A Comedy" by Curt Goetz (adapted by Arthur Richman. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1925) starring Edna May Oliver, Margaret Lawrence, Leslie Howard, etc.
50 Isabella : or "The Fatal Marriage" produced at various theatres throughout Great Britain (1795 - 1848). Starring John Philip Kembel, etc. Billed with "We Fly By Night," "The Prize," "Hit or Miss," "The TWA Chaists," "The Two Gregories," "The Soldier's Daughter," etc.
50 Isabella The Queen : Book by Judith W.B. Williams. Produced by The University of Florida College of Fine Arts, Department of Theatre and Florida Players at the Constans Theatre (Gainesville - 1992) starring Eliana Argamin, Weston Baur, Ian Bentley, Lee Blair, etc. Directed by Judith W.B. Williams.
50 Island, The : Book by Athol Fugard, John Kani and Winston Ntshona. Produced by the Goodman Theatre at the Annenberg Center, Philadelphia (1979) starring Lionel Smith and Meshach Taylor (Co-star of television's "Designing Women."). Directed by Gregory Mosher. "The Island was first produced in Cape Town on July 2, 1973 as a companion piece to SIZWE BANSI IS DEAD."
50 Island Fling : "A New Comedy" by Noel Coward (Portrayed by Daniel Massey in the 1968 biopic, "Star"). Produced at various theatres (1951) starring Claudette Colbert, Gordon Mills, Edith Meiser, Leon Janney, Reginald Mason, etc. Directed by John C. Wilson.
50 Island Of Goats : "A New Play" by Ugo Betti (English version by Henry Reed). Produced by Roger L. Stevens and Hardy Smith at the Fulton Theatre (NYC - 1955) starring Uta Hagan, Laurence Harvey, Ruth Ford, etc. Directed by Peter Glenville.
50 Island Of Lost Shoes : Book by Ray Dobbins. Produced by Performance Space 122 (NYC - No date) starring "Bloolips" (Betty Bourne, Naughty Nickers, Harmony, Lavinai Co-Op, and Bella Bechstein). Directed by Bette Bourne.
50 Island Visit : "A Comedy" by Andrew Rosenthal. Produced at various theatres (1953) starring Cedric Hardwicke, Lili Darvas, Mary Scott, Ludmilla Toretzka, etc. Directed by John Effrat.
50 Isle Of Champagne, The : "The Comic Opera" by Charles Alfred Byrne and Louise Harrison. Music by W.W. Furst. Produced at various theatres (1892 - 93) starring Thomas Q. Seabrooke, Walter Allen, Lee Harrison, Otis Harlan, Eugene O' Rourke, Elvia Crox, Minnie Landes, etc.
50 Isle Of Children : "A New Play" by Robert L. Joseph. Produced by Lester Osterman in association with Shirley Bernstein at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1962) starring Patty Duke, Noel Willman, Norma Crane, Louise Latham, James Aubrey, Bonnie Bedelia, etc. Directed by Jules Dassin.
50 Isle Of Spice : "The Piquant Musical Mixture" with book and lyrics by Allen Lowe and George E. Stoddard. Music by Paul Schindler and Ben Jerome. Various productions (1904 - 12) starring Albert T. Wheeler, Frederick Meehan, Rose Murray, Gus Weinburg, Otto Booker, Helen Irwin, George Fiske, etc. Directed and choreographed by Gus Sohlke. Songs include: "Silly Sailors," "Uncle Sam's Marines," "The Goo-goo Man," etc.
50 Israel : "Newest Drama" by Henri Bernstein. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Criterion Theatre (NYC - 1909) starring Constance Collier, Graham Browne, Edwin Arden, Dudley Digges, etc. Directed by William Seymour.
50 It : Book by Clivette ("The Man in Black"). No location, date or cast listed.
50 It All Depends : "A New Comedy" by Kate McLaurin. Produced by John Cromwell (Father of James Cromwell) and William Brady, Jr. At The Vanderbilt Theatre (NYC - 1925) starring Lee Patrick, Roland Rushton, Charles Trowbridge, etc. Directed by John Cromwell.
50 It Had To Be You : Book by Renee Taylor and Joe Bologna. Various productions (1981 - 2003) starring Renee Taylor, Joseph Bologna (Husband of Renee Taylor), Louis Parnell and Kimberly Richards. Original 1981production directed by Robert Drivas.
50 It Happened In Nordland : "A Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Glen MacDonough. Music by Victor Herbert (Portrayed by Walter Connolly in the 1939 biopic, "The Great Victor Herbert"). Produced by The Lew Fields Theatre Company at the Lew Fields Theatre (1905) starring Lew Fields (Of the comedy team, "Weber and Fields"), Joseph Herbert, Gertrude Whitty, Pauline Frederick, Blanche Ring, etc. Directed by Hamlin, Mitchell and Fields. Songs include: "Absinthe Frappe," "Beatrice Barefacts," "Bandana Land," etc.
50 It's A Bird, It's A Plane, It's Superman : "The New Musical Comedy" by David Newman and Robert Benton (Based upon the comic strip, "Superman"). Music by Charles Strouse. Lyrics by Lee Adams. Various productions (1966 - 2013) starring Jack Cassidy, Linda Lavin, Bob Holiday, The Flying Lings, Alli Mauzey, Adam Monley, David Pittu, Jenny Powers, James Saito, Will Swenson, Edward Watts, Craig Henningsen, Suo Ling, Jason Ng, Scott Webber, etc. Directed by Harold Prince. Choreographed by Ernest Flatt. Originally produced by Harold Prince at The Alvin Theatre (1966) Songs include: "You' ve Got Possibilities," "Revenge," "You've Got What I Need," etc. See, also, "Superman".
50 It's A Boy : "A Comedy-Drama" by William Anthony McGuire. Produced by The Frank Wilcox Company at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse - 1924) starring Frank Wilcox, Helen Travers, Winifred Anglin, Helen Blair, etc. Directed by Halbert Brown.
50 It's A Fabulous Life : "A Take-Off" on the Christmas Classic, "It's A Wonderful Life". Produced at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts (Ft. Lauderdale, FL - c. 2005) starring Daisy Deadpetals and David Leddick. Billed with "When Pigs Fly" by Howard Crabtree.
50 It's A Long Way To Tipperary : "A Play of the Hour" by William Anthony McGuire. Produced by Gus Hill at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1915) starring Effie Darling, Betty Daintry, Lance Burnett, Nick Basil, etc. Directed by Thomas F. Swift.
50 It Is A Strange House : "A New Play" by Dana Burnett. Produced by the Repertory Playhouse Associates at The RPA Summer Theatre (Putney, VT - 1933) starring Robert Warfield, Horton Smith, Hester Sondergaard (Sister of Gale Sondergaard), Elizabeth Timberman, Duncan Whiteside, etc. Directed by Herbert V. Gellendre.
50 It's A Two-Foot-Six-Inches- Above-The-Ground World : Book by Kevin Laffan. Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal, Bristol (1969) starring Stephen Moore, Prunella Scales, Antony Webb, Simon Cadell, etc. Directed by Val May.
50 It's A Wise Child : "A Comedy" by Laurence E. Johnson. Various productions (1929 - 35) starring Sidney Tolar (The second non-Asian actor to portray "Charlie Chan" on film), Porter Hall, Harlan Briggs, Minor Watson, Helen Lowell, Olga Krolow, Ellen Love, Mary Orr, George Petrie, Frank Wilcox, Ruth Easton, Butler Hixon, etc. Originally produced and directed (1929) by David Belasco.
50 It's Never Too Late : Book by Felicity Douglas. Various productions (1954 - 57) starring Josephine Griffin, Jessica Dunning, Celia Johnson, Ian Hunter, Lynn Meyer, Marcia Thomas, Bobby Bayles, etc.
50 It's Only A Play : Book by Terrence McNally. Various productions (1982 - 92) starring Jill Larson, Richard Leighton, Paul Guilfoyle, Michael Sacks, Paul Benedict, Eileen Brennan, Zeljko Ivanek, Dana Ivey, Sean O' Bryan, David (Hyde) Pierce, Charles Nelson Reilly, Doris Roberts, etc. Original 1982 production directed by Paul Benedict (Co-star of television's "The Jeffersons").
50 It Is The Law : "A Melodrama" by Elmer L. Rice (From a story by Hayden Talbot). Produced by Samuel Wallach in NYC (1922) starring Alma Tell, William Ingersoll, Ralph Kellard, Alexander Onslow, etc. Directed by Lester Lonergan.
50 It's Your Move : "A New Musical Comedy" with book, music and lyrics by Jerry Stevens. Produced by Dean Goodman at New York City's Provincetown Playhouse (1946) starring Gloria McGhee, Don Briody, Steve Minton, Paul Benard, George Edwards, Ruth Carroll, Pat Haim, Bob Beecher, etc. Directed by Paul Benard and Don Briody. Choreographed by Alan Banks. Songs include: "Soft in My Footsteps," "You Better Close the Joint," "Don't Throw in the Towel," "In the Heart of Manhattan," "I'll Keep a Lamp in The Window," etc.
50 It Never Rains : "A New Comedy" by Aurania Rouverol. Produced at the Republic Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Jack Bennett, Carl J. Julius, Pauline Drake, Talulah Wesley, Anne Dere, etc. Directed by Paul Martin.
50 It Pays To Advertise : "A Farcical Fact" by Roi Cooper Megrue and Walter Hackett. Various productions (1914 - 17) starring Louise Drew, Grant Mitchell, George Spelvin, Frank Wilcox, Minna Gombel, Ruth Shepley, Shirley Carter, Doris Jordan, Edna Baker, William Holden (Not the Oscar winning film star), Spencer Charters, etc. Originally produced (1914) by Cohan and Harris (Portrayed by James Cagney and Richard Whorf in the 1942 biopic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy") and directed by Sam Forrest.
50 It Takes Two : "A New Comedy" by Virginia Faulkner and Dana Suesse. Produced by George Abbott and Richard Aldrich (Portrayed by Richard Crenna in the 1968 biopic, "Star") at The Biltmore Theatre (NYC - 1947) starring Martha Scott, Hugh Marlowe, Anthony Ross, Vivian Vance, Reta Shaw, John Forsythe, etc. Directed by George Abbott.
50 Italian Girl, The : Book by Iris Murdoch (adapted by James Saunders). Produced by the Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal, Bristol (1967 - 68) starring Richard Pasco, Timothy West, Elizabeth Sellars, Jane Wenham, etc. Directed by Val May.
50 Italian Straw Hat, An : Book by Labiche and Marc-Michel (adapted by Thomas Walton). Various productions (1952 - 68) starring Christopher Burgess, William Squire, Colin Ellis, Larry Blyden (The second regular host of television's "What's My Line?". Husband of Carol Haney.), Harrison Dowd, Russell Gaige, Bonnie MacDuff, Michael Cook, etc.
50 Ivan The Terrible : "A Tragedy" by Count Alexis Tolstoi (Translated by S.R. de Meissner). Produced by Charles Frohman at the Colonial Theatre (Boston - 1904) starring Richard Mansfield, Eleanor Barry, Leslie Kenyon, Frank Maples, Alma Hathaway, etc.
50 Ivanhoe : Various productions and adaptations (1820 - 62) starring Alfred Nelson, Marie Sidney, Ada Coates, etc. Billed with "Harlequin and Cinderella," "The Old Chimes," etc.
50 Ivanhoe, Jr. : "Operatic Burletta" by Fred White. Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (Philadelphia - 1893) starring Helen Courtland, Billy Lyons, Lulu Gould, etc.
50 Ivanov : Book by Anton Chekhov. Various productions, adaptations and translations (1966 - 97) starring John Gielgud, Vivien Leigh, Ronald Radd, John Merivale, Jennifer Hilary, Helen Christie, Paula Laurence, Roland Culver, Esther Benson, Paul Stevens, Edward Asner, Sorrell Booke, James Goldsmith, Donald Moffat, Jacqueline Brookes, Mary Van Fleet, Derek Jacobi, John Cording, Max Wright, Marian Seldes (Wife of Garson Kanin), Hope Davis, Robert Foxworth, Alan Bates, Felicity Kendal, Peter Sallis, Frank Thornton, Nicky Henson, Sheila Steafel, Colin Marsh, Philip Franks, etc. Originally produced (1966) by Alexander Cohen and directed by John Gielgud.
50 Ivanroff : "New Society Melodrama" by T.D. Wright. Produced at the Utica Opera House (NY - 1884) starring Adeline Stanhope, Virginia Buchanan, Bebe Vining, Harry Standish, James M. Hardie, etc.
50 Ivory Door, The : Book by A.A. Milne. Produced at the Charles Hopkins Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring Donald Meek, William Keighley, David Vivian, William Faversham, Florida Friebus (Co-star of television's "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis," "The Bob Newhart Show," etc.), etc. Directed by Charles Hopkins.
50 Ivy Green, The : Book by Mervyn Nelson. Produced by Hall Shelton at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1949) starring Judith Evelyn, Hurd Hatfield (Most famous as the star of the film "The Picture of Dorian Gray"), Carmen Mathews, Ernest Cossart, Neva Patterson, Daniel O' Herlihy, Barnard Hughes, Ruth White, etc. Directed by Roy Hargrave.
50 I'll Be Your Second : "A New Farcetta" produced at the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh (1832). Billed with "La Gazza Ladra" and "Harlequin Sinbad".
50 J.B. : Book by Archibald MacLeish. Various productions (1958 - 88) starring Pat Hingle, Christopher Plummer, Raymond Massey, Nan Martin, James Olson, Judith Lowry (Co-star of television's "Phyllis," etc.), Ivor Francis, John Carradine (Patriarch of the Carradine acting family), Shepperd Strudwick, Frederic Worlock, Olive Dunbar, Brandon Stoddard, Janie Herndon, Harold Gould, David Halper, James Daly (Father of Tyne Daly and Timothy Daly), Ronnie Walken (Christopher Walken), Basil Rathbone, Michael Higgins, Ash Crosby, Frank Birt, Dorsey Smith, Berney Burleson, Barry Miller (Son of Sidney Miller), Eric Henshaw, Boris Aronson, etc. Originally produced (1958) by Alfred de Liagre, Jr. and directed by Elia Kazan.
50 Jack And Jill : "A Musical Comedy" by Frederic Isham and Otto Harbach (From a play by Frederic Isham). Music by Augustus Barratt. Lyrics by John Murray Anderson, Otto Harbach and Augustus Barratt. Produced by John Murray Anderson at various theatres (1923) starring Ann Pennington, Lew Fields (Of the comedy team, "Weber and Fields"), Beth Beri, Jean Holt, Lester O' Keefe, Virginia O' Brien, Clifton Webb, Roger Imhof, etc. Directed by John Harwood and Lew Fields. Choreographed by Larry Ceballos and Leon Barte. Songs include: "No Other Eyes," "The Keys of Heaven," "Married Life Blues," "Toe Tangling Tune," etc.
50 Jack And The Beanstalk : Various productions and adaptations (1896 - 52) starring A.E. Holland, Wilfred Brambell (Most famous as "Paul's Grandfather" in the film, "A Hard Day's Night"), Eleanor Drew, Pamela Alan, Francis Carpenter, Vera Lewis, Donald Meek, Mary Young, Lillian Stewart, Madge Lessing, Walter Allen, Edith Yerrington, Will H. Sloan, Harry Kelly, Archie Gillis, etc.
50 Jack-In-The Box : "A New Musical, Variety-Drama" by George R. Sims and Clement Scott. Produced by Fannie Leslie at the Strand Theatre (London - No date) starring Fannie Leslie, John Beauchamp, Yorke Stephens, Cecil Ward, etc. Directed by Malcolm H. Grahame. Songs include: "Sweet Italy" by W. C. Levey and Clement Scott and "The Showman" by Fannie Leslie.
50 Jack O' Lantern : "A Musical Extravaganza" by Anne Caldwell and R.H. Burnside. Music by Ivan Caryll. Produced by Charles Dillingham at various theatres (1917 - 19) starring Fred Stone (Most famous as the original "Scarecrow"in the 1903 stage production of "The Wizard of Oz"), Douglas Stevenson, Oscar Ragland, Margaret Irving, Anna Hoy, Marietta Hoy, Mary Hoy, etc. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Songs include: "Take a Swing With Me," "I'll Take You Back to Italy" (By Irving Berlin), "Take a Trip to Candyland," etc.
50 Jack Or The Submission : Book by Eugene Ionesco (Translated by Donald M. Allen). Produced by The Actor's Workshop at the Encore Theatre (San Francisco - 1959) starring Priscilla Pointer, Dwight Frye, Susan Darby, Bob Doyle, etc. Directed by Robert Symonds. Billed with "The Chairs" by Eugene Ionesco.
50 Jack Rabbit Flats : Book by Alladine Bell. Produced by The Yale University School of the Fine Arts/ The Department of Drama at The Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1939) starring Lucille McGuire, Everett Gammon, Robert Busch, etc. Directed by Constance Welch.
50 Jack Sheppard! The Housebreaker : The Great Moral Drama" produced at the Music Hall (New Haven - 1862) starring Lucille Western.
50 Jack Straw : "The New Comedy" by W. Somerset Maugham. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1908) starring John Drew, Mary Boland, Edgar L. Davenport, Jefferson Crane, etc.
50 Jack Street : Book by Paul Ainsley, Ed Buck, Hannah Dean, Scott Glenn, Mariette Hartley, etc. (Based on a ballad). Music by Tony Berg, Allan Nichols, Albert Greenberg, Ted Neeley and Melissa Murphy. Produced by The Center Theatre Group Forum Laboratory at The Mark Taper Forum Music Center (Los Angeles - 1976) starring Paul Ainsley, Rod Rimmer, Ted Neeley, Scott Glenn, Joan Hotchkis, Mariette Hartley, Julie Newmar, John Megna ("Dill" in the film, "To Kill a Mockingbird"), Herve Villechaise ("Television's "Fantasy Island"), etc.
50 Jackie : "A New Play" by Gerald Dugan ("Dedicated in loving memory to JACKIE CURTIS -1947-85."). A "One-Man Performance" featuring David Gaines as "Jackie". Produced by Rendezvous Productions in association with FRINGE LOS ANGELES. Directed by Zu Stears. "Jackie Curtis" was "a Warhol person in the 1960's... also a performing artist and highly literate underground playwright..."
50 Jackie : "An American Life" by Gip Hoppe. Produced at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1997) starring Margaret Colin (as "Jackie Kennedy"), Bill Camp, Victor Slezak (As "JFK"), Sam Catlin, etc. Directed by Gip Hoppe.
50 Jackpot : "A New Musical Comedy" by Guy Bolton, Sidney Sheldon and Ben Roberts. Music and lyrics by Howard Dietz and Vernon Duke. Produced by Vinton Freedley at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1943) starring Allan Jones (Father of Jack Jones), Jerry Lester (The host of the first late night television variety show, "Broadway Open House"- 1950), Benny Baker, Nanette Fabray, Mary Wickes, Betty Garrett (Wife of Larry Parks), Wendell Corey, Jacqueline Susann ( Author of the novel, "Valley of the Dolls," etc. Portrayed by Bette Midler in the 2000 biopic, Isn't She Great".), etc. Directed by Roy Hargrave. Choreographed by Lauretta Jefferson. Ballet numbers by Charles Weidman. Songs include: "I Kissed My Girl Goodbye," "Grist for DeMille," "A Girl With a Green Eye," "There's Room For Us All," etc.
50 Jacobowsky And The Colonel : Book by S.N. Behrman (Based on the original play by Franz Werfel). Produced by The Theatre Guild at various theatres (1944 - 45) starring Louis Calhern, Oscar Karlweis, Marianne Stewart, Olga Kruger, Herbert Yost, Coby Ruskin, E.G. Marshall, Annabella (Wife of film star, Tyrone Power), J. Edward Bromberg, Frank Overton, etc. Directed Elia Kazan.
50 Jacques Brel Is Alive And Well And Living In Paris : Book conceived with English lyrics and additional material by Eric Blau and Mort Shuman (Based on the lyrics and commentary of Jacques Brel). Music by Jacques Brel. Various productions (1968 - 2010) starring Elly Stone, Mort Shuman, Shawn Elliot, Alice Whitfield, John C. Attle, Chevi Colton, Joe Masiell, Sally Cooke, Teri Ralston, Denise Le Brun, Ed "Rocky" Rockhold, Barbara Gutterman, Betty Rhodes, Jesse Cline, Barbara Kennedy, Sheila Sugarman, Howard Ross, Rita Gardner, Stan Porter, Denise Le Brun, George Ball, Jewelle Blackman, Brent Carver, Mike Nadajewski, Nathalie Nadon, etc. Original 1968 production directed by Moni Yakim. Original production supervised by Eric Blau. Songs include: "Marathon," "Amsterdam". "Old Folks," "Marieke," Funeral Tango," "Carousel," "If We Only Have Love," etc.
50 Jacquine : or "Paste and Diamonds" by Charles Gaylor. Produced at the People's Theatre (Toledo, Ohio - No date) starring Mattie Vickers, Charles S. Rogers, George W. Pike, etc.
50 Jade God, The : "A Mystery Drama" by William E. Barry (From the novel by Alan Sullivan). Produced by Ben Stein at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Colin Hunter, Katherine Standing, Lyle Stackpole, Leslie King, Leslie Bingham, Ronald Dexter, etc. Directed by Walter Greenough.
50 Jailer's Wench, The : "A Comedy Drama of Restoration England" by Edwin J. Mayer. Produced by Richard Aldrich (Portrayed by Richard Crenna in the 1968 biopic, "Star") at the Cape Playhouse (Dennis, MA - 1948) starring Walter Abel, William Windom, Harrison Dowd, Ruth Ford, etc. Directed by Arthur Sircom.
50 Jake's Women : "A New Play" by Neil Simon. Various productions (1992-94) starring Alan Alda, Helen Shaver, Talia Balsam (Daughter of Martin Balsam and Joyce Van Patten), Kate Burton (Daughter of Richard and Sybil Burton), Tracy Pollan (Wife of Michael J. Fox), Joyce Van Patten (Sister of Dick Van Patten), Brenda Vaccaro, Greg Mullavey, Marilyn Cooper, Kelly Curtis, (Daughter of Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh), etc. Original 1992 production directed by Gene Saks (Husband of Beatrice Arthur).
50 Jalma : "The Grand Romantic Melo-Drama" by Charles Gayler. Produced at the Boston Theatre (1883) starring Charles S. Getz, W.P. Prescott, George Sevey, Napier Lothian, etc. Directed by Eugene Tompkins.
50 Jamaica : "A New Musical" by E.Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy. Music by Harold Arlen. Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. Produced by David Merrick at the Imperial Theatre (NYC - 1957 - 58) starring Lena Horne, Ricardo Mantalban, Josephine Premice, Joe Adams, Ossie Davis, Adelaide Hall, Erik Rhodes, etc. Directed by Robert Lewis. Choreographed by Jack Cole. Songs include: "Incompatibility," "Monkey in the Mango Tree," "Ain't It The Truth," "Cocoanut Sweet," "Savannah," etc.
50 Jane (By S.N. Behrman) : "A New Comedy" by S.N. Behrman (Based upon an original story by W. Somerset Maugham). Various productions (1952 - 63) starring Edna Best, Basil Rathbone, Howard St. John, Irene Browne, Philip Friend, John Loder, Brenda Forbes, Peter Donat (Nephew of Robert Donat), Richard Stapley, Ann Williams, Paul Tremaine, Robert Quarry ("Count Yorga, Vampire" on film), Jerilyn Saylor, Steve Presnell, Marie Presnell, Jimmy Hawkins, Ginger Lee Russell, Albert DeNegri, etc. Originally produced (1952) by The Theatre Guild and directed by Cyril Ritchard ("Peter Pan," etc.).
50 Jane (By H. Nicholls) : "A Farce Comedy" by Harry Nicholls and W. Lestocq. Various productions (1891 - 94) starring Paul Arthur, M.C. Daly, Johnstone Bennett, Amelia Summerville, Jennie Yeamans, Emily Dodd, Elaine Eilson, Frank Lane, etc.
50 Jane Clegg : Book by St. John G. Ervine. Produced by The Theatre Guild at the Garrick Theatre (NYC - 1920) starring Dudley Digges, Margaret Wycherly (Most famous for her mother roles in such films as "Sergeant York" and "White Heat"), Russell Hewitt, Helen Westley, Erskine Sanford, Henry Travers (Most famous as "Clarence the Angel" in hte film "It's A Wonderful Lilfe"), etc. Directed by Emmanuel Reicher.
50 Jane Eyre : Various adaptations (Based on the novel by Charlotte Bronte). Various productions (1982 - 58) starring Katherine Hepburn ("In Person"), Viola Roache, Irving Morrow, Barbara O' Neill (Most famous as "Ellen O' Hara" in the film, "Gone WIth The WInd"), Sylvia Sidney, Luther Adler, Valentine Perkins, Eric Portman, Blanche Yurka, Frank Silvera, George Spelvin, Jan Brooks, Mary MacKenzie, Marianne Easterling, Tom Waring, Charlotte Thompson, etc.
50 Jane Eyre (Musical) : "The Musical" with book and additional lyrics by John Caird. Music and lyrics by Paul Gordon. Produced at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NYC - 2001) starring Marla Schaffel, James Barbour, Nell Balaban, Michael Babin, Mary Stout, etc. Directed by John Caird and Scott Schwartz. Songs include: "Oh, How You Look in the Light," "Things Beyond This Earth," "Sirens," "Forgiveness," "Brave Enough for Love," etc.
50 Jane Shore : or "The Cruel Edict" produced at various theatres throughout Great Britain and the United States (1823 - 79). Billed with "Robinson Crusoe," "Jeannette and Jeannot," "The Pilot," "Rob Roy," "Matrimony," "The Evil Eye," "Harlequin Traveller," etc.
51 Janice Meredith : "A Dramatic Version of the Romantic Revolutionary Story" by Paul Leicester Ford and Edward E. Ross (Based on the story by Paul Leicester Ford). Various productions (1901 -04) starring Mary Mannering, Robert Drouet, Martin J. Cody, Annie Wood, Walter Hale, Kate Lester, Maurice Freeman, Robert Lowe, Thomas H. Ince, Wilson Day, etc.
51 Janie : "A New Comedy" by Josephine Bentham and Herschel Williams. Produced by Brock Pemberton at various theatres (1942 - 44) starring Gertrude Beach, John Marriott, Howard St. John, Grant Mills, Nancy Cushman, Edith Fellows, Gwen Anderson, etc. Directed by Antoinette Perry.
51 January Thaw : "A Home-Spun Comedy" by William Roos (Adapted from the novel by Bellamy Partridge). Various productions (1951 - 70) starring Kathy Mullen, Hal Godett, Dick Alvo, Pat Dietz, Robin Read, Jewal Jaffe, Mark Edwards, Leonard Pike, Jeannine Moore, Betty Huckabee, etc.
51 Janus : "A Romantic Comedy" by Carolyn Green. Various productions (1955 - 70) starring Margaret Sullivan (Married to Henry Fonda, William Wyler, Leland Hayward, etc. Mother of Brooke Hayward), Robert Preston, Claude Dauphin, Robert Emhardt, Mary Finney, Joan Bennett, Donald Cook, Romney Brent, Jerome Cowan, Edith Meiser, Claudette Colbert, Claire Spencer, Robert Schulz, Linda Darnell, Harry Ellerbe, Evelyn Hendrickson, Roger J. Keller, Nancy Anderson, Marvin Katz, etc. Originally produced (1955) by Alfred de Liagre, Jr. and directed by Reginald Denham.
51 Japanese Honeymoon, A : or "Levy in Japan" by W.B. Watson. Produced at the Columbia Music Hall (Boston - No date) starring W.B. Watson, Jeanette Dupre, Madge Darrell, Ida Howell, Mammie Howe, etc. Songs include: "The Chin Chin Girls" "The Gay Paree Girls" "The Storming of Pekin," "Indian Feather," etc.
51 Japanese Nightingale, A : Produced at Daly's Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Orrin Johnson, Eugene Jepson, Fritz Williams, May Buckley, Olive May, etc.
51 Jar The Floor : Book by Cheryl L. West. Produced at the Second Stage Theatre (NYC - 1999) starring Irma P. Hall, Linda Powell, Regina Taylor, Lynne Thigpen and Welker White. Directed by Marion McClinton.
51 Jarnegan : Book by Charles Beahan and Garrett Fort (Based on Jim Tully's novel). Produced at various theatres (1928 - 29) starring Richard Bennett, Hooper L. Atchley, Lucile Ruth Browne, Fred Irving Lewis, etc. Directed by Ira Hards.
51 Jason : "A New Play" by Samson Raphaelson. Various productions (1942) starring Lee J. Cobb, Nicholas Conte (Richard Conte), Helen Beverley, Tom Tully, E. G. Marshall, Marjorie Clarke, Kent Adams, Edna Faulkner, Sam Siegel, George Spelvin, etc. Originally produced by George Abbott and directed by Samson Raphaelson.
51 Jealous Moon, The : "A Play in Prologue, A Dream in Three Parts and an Epilogue" by Theodore Charles and Jane Cowl. Produced by William A. Brady and Dwight Deere Wiman at various theatres (1928 - 29) starring Jane Cowl, Philip Merivale, Guy Standing, Harry Davenport, Robert Lowe, etc. Directed by Priestly Morrison. "The Messers. Brady and Wiman acknowledge their indebtedness to Lionel Atwill for later supervision of the production."
51 Jealous Wife, The : Book by George Colman. Various productions produced throughout Great Britain (1787 - 1949) starring Helen Faucit, Julia Cruise, W. Farren, Rosamund Burne, Nigel Stock, Anthony Millican, etc. Billed with "Hit of Miss," "Popping the Question," Family Jars, "Harlequin Traveller," "The Widow's Vow," "Lock and Key," "The Boarding School," "The Bee Hive," etc.
51 Jealousy : "A New Play" by Eugene Walter (Based on the French of Louis Verneuil). Produced by A.H. Woods at Maxine Elliott's Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring Fay Bainter and John Halliday. Directed by Guthrie McClintic.
51 Jean Seberg : "A New Musical" by Julian Barry. Music by Marvin Hamlisch. Lyrics by Christopher Adler. Produced at the Olivier Theatre (London - 1983) starring Elizabeth Counsell (as "Jean Seberg"), Kelly Hunter, John Savident (as "Otto Preminger"), David Ryall (as "J. Edgar Hoover"), etc. Directed by Peter Hall. Choreographed by Irving Davies. Design and lighting by John Bury and costumes by John David Ridge (Associate Costume Designer). Songs include: "Movie Show," "If I Knew Then," "My Lips Are Sealed," "Dreamers," "Let Me Ride the Wind," etc.
51 Jeanne D' Arc : Book by Percy Mackaye. Incidental music by F.S. Converse. Produced at the Lyric Theatre (NYC - 1907) starring E.H. Sothern, Julia Marlowe, Frances Shannon, etc. Directed by Sam S. and Lee Shubert.
51 Jeb : "A New Play" by Robert Ardrey. Produced by Herman Shumlin at various theatres (1946) starring Ossie Davis, Ruby Dee (Wife of Ossie Davis), Frank M. Thomas, Edward Forbes, Carolyn Stewart, Charles Holland, etc. Directed by Herman Shumlin.
51 Jeeves : Book and lyrics by Alan Ayckbourn (Based on the Jeeves stories by P.G. Wodehouse). Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Produced by Robert Stigwood in association with Michael White, David Land and Guy Bolton at Her Majesty's Theatre (London - 1975) starring David Hemmings, Michael Aldridge, John Turner, Angela Easterling, Gordon Clyde, etc. Directed by Eric Thompson. Choreographed by Christopher Bruce. Songs include: "Banjo Boy," "Code of the Woosters," "Today," "Literary Man," etc.
51 Jeeves Takes Charge : Book by P.G. Wodehouse (Conceived and adapted by Edward Duke). Produced by The Professional Theatre Program at The Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre (Ann Arbor, Michigan - 1985) starring Edward Duke playing all the characters in a one-man show. Directed by Gillian Lynne.
51 Jeffrey : Book by Paul Rudnick. Various productions (1993 - 95) starring John Michael Higgins, Patrick Kerr, Tom Hewitt, Simon Burke, Andrew Clover, Angus Pope, Christopher Villiers, Peter Bartlett, Anthony M. Brown, Demitri Corbin, Jeffrey Hayenga, Anne Lange, Keith Langsdale, Greg Louganis (Olympic gold medal swimming champion), etc. Originally produced by The WPA Theatre and directed by Christopher Ashley.
51 Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell : Book by Keith Waterhouse (Based on the life and writings of Jeffrey Bernard). Produced by Michael Redington at the Apollo Theatre, London (1989) starring James Bolam, Amanda Drewry, Stephen Earle, Annabel Leventon and Royce Mills. Directed by Ned Sherrin.
51 Jekyll And Hyde (By L. Bricusse) : "The Musical" with book and lyrics by Leslie Bricusse (From the novella, "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" by Robert Louis Stevenson). Music by Frank Wildhorn. Various productions (1995 - 2000) starring Robert Cuccioli, Linder Eder, Philip Hoffman, Nita Moore, Christiane Noll, Sebastian Bach, Sheri Cowart, Guy LeMonnier, Annie Berthiaume, Shani Lynn Nielson, Robert Evan, LubaMason, Anastasia Barzee, Joseph Mahowald, Martin Van Treuren, Rebecca Spencer, etc. Songs include: "Lost in the Darkness," "Facade". "Alive". "Once Upon a Dream," etc.
51 Jekyll And Hyde (By D. Crane) : "A Contemporary Musical About Adolescent Drug Use" with book and lyrics by David Crane and Marta Kauffman. Music by Michael Skloff. Produced by Theatreworks at The Florida Theatre (Jacksonville - 1990) starring Igor Milich, Eric Ruffin, Jonathan Greenberg, etc. Directed by Jay Harnick. Choreographed by Helen Butleroff.
51 Jelfs : "A Comedy" by Horace Annesley Vachell ("First Time in America"). Produced by Henry Jewett at The Copley Theatre (Boston - 1921) starring E.E. Clive, Noel Leslie, Charles Warburton, Morris Carnovsky, Nicholas Joy, Viola Roach, Walter Kingsford, May Ediss, etc. Directed by Henry Jewett.
51 Jelly's Last Jam : Book by George C. Wolfe. Music by Jelly Roll Morton. Lyrics by Susan Birkenhead. Various productions (1992 - 95) starring Gregory Hines, Savion Glover, Stanley Wayne Mathis, Tonya Pinkins, Keith David, Ben Vereen, Brian Stokes-Mitchell, Phylicia Rashad, Maurice Hines, Freda Payne, Tracy Nicole Chapman, etc. Original musical adaptation and additional music by Luther Henderson. Originally directed (1992) by George C. Wolfe and choreographed by Hope Clarke with tap choreography by Gregory Hines and Ted L. Levy. Songs include: "The Whole World's Waitin' to Sing Your Song," "Short Piano Roll," "That's How You Jazz," "Good Ole New York," "Creole Boy," etc.
51 Jennie : "A New Musical" by Arnold Shulman (Suggested by "Laurette" by Marguerite Courtney by arrangement with Alan J. Pakula). Music and lyrics by Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz. Produced at various theatres (1963) starring Mary Martin, George Wallace, Ethel Shutta, Robin Bailey, Brian Chapin, Kirby Smith, Dennis O' Keefe, Constance Carpenter, etc. Directed by Vincent J. Donehue. Choreographed by Matt Mattox. Costumes by Irene Sharaff. Songs include: "Waitin' for the Evening Train," "New York Town," "See Seattle," "Before I Kiss The World Goodbye," etc.
51 Jenny : "A Comedy" by Margaret Ayer Barnes and Edward Sheldon. Produced by William A. Brady, Jr. and Dwight Deere Wiman at various theatres (1929) starring Jane Cowl, Guy Standing, Marjorie Wood, Helen Brooks, Robert Lowe, etc. Directed by Jane Cowl, W.E. Watts and Frederick Stanhope.
51 Jenny Kissed Me : Book by Jean Kerr. Various productions (1948 - 50) starring Leo G. Carroll, Mary Anderson, Alan Baxter, Alma Lind, John Johns, Helen Weber, etc. Originally produced (1948) by James Russo, Michael Ellis and Alexander H. Cohen in association with Clarence M. Shapiro and directed by James Russo.
51 Jenny Villiers : "A Ghost Story of the Theatre" by J.B. Priestley. Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal, Bristol (1946) starring Pamela Brown, William Devlin, Faith Brook, Robert Sansom, John Garside, etc. Directed by Hugh Hunt.
51 Jeremiah : Book by Stefan Zweig (Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul). Music by Chemjo Vinaver. Produced by The Theatre Guild at the Guild Theatre (NYC - 1939) starring Arthur Byron, Effie Shannon, Kent Smith, Paul Tripp ("Television's "Mr. I Magination"), Henry Levin, David Rosen, Cameron Mitchell, Byron Russell, Cornell Wilde, etc. Directed by Worthington Miner. Choreographed by Felicia Sorel.
51 Jerome Robbins' Broadway : Produced by The Shubert Organization at the Imperial Theatre (NYC - 1989) with book segments, music and lyrics by James M. Barrie, Irving Berlin, Leonard Bernstein, Jerry Bock, Sammy Cahn, Moose Charlap, Betty Comden, Larry Gelbart, Morton Gould, Adolph Green (Husband of Phyllis Newman), Oscar Hammerstein, II, Sheldon Harnick, Arthur Laurents, Carolyn Leigh, Stephen Longstreet, Hugh Martin, Jerome Robbins, Richard Rodgers (Portrayed by Tom Drake in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"), Burt Shevelove, Stephen Sondheim, Joseph Stein and Jule Styne. The production stars Jason Alexander, Charlotte d'Amboise (Daughter of Jacques d'Amboise), Faith Prince, Scott Wise, Tom Robbins, etc. Entire production directed and choreographed by Jerome Robbins (and co-directed by Grover Dale). Costumes by Irene Sharaff, Tony Walton, Alvin Colt, etc. Songs include: "New York, New York," "Comedy Tonight," "I Still Get Jealous," "I'm Flying," "Mr. Monotony," etc.
51 Jerry : "The Girl an Hour Ahead of Time" by Catherine Chisholm Cushing. Various productions (1914 - 16) starring Billie Burke (Wife of Florenz Ziegfeld. Portrayed by Myrna Loy in the 1936 biopic, "The Great Ziegfeld"), Allan Pollock, Shelley Hull, Olive Oliver, Frank Wilcox, Minna Gombel, Charles Mather, etc. Originally produced (1914) by Charles Frohman.
51 Jerry's Girls : "A Broadway Entertainment" conceived by Jerry Herman and Larry Alford. Music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Produced by Zev Bufman at various theatres (1984 - 86) starring Carol Channing, Leslie Uggams, Andrea McArdle, Dorothy Loudon (Co-star of television's "The Garry Moore Show") and Chita Rivera ("West Side Story," "Bye Bye Birdie," "Kiss of the Spider Woman," etc.). Directed by Larry Alford. Choreographed by Sharon Halley and Wayne Cilento. Songs include: "Put On Your Sunday Clothes', "It Only Takes a Moment," "We Need a Little Christmas," "Tap Your Troubles Away," "Bosom Buddies," "Shalom," "Hello, Dolly!," "Just Go To the Movies," "Time Heals Everything," "Mame," "The Best of Times," etc.
51 Jersey Boys : "The Story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons" by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice. Music by Bob Gaudio. Lyrics by Bob Crewe. Various productions (2008) starring Drew Gehling, Michael Ingersoll, Bryan McElroy, Jarrod Spector, Dominic Bogart, Craig Laurie, Jonathan Weir, Mike Erickson, Erich Bergen, Rick Faugno, Jeremy Kushnier, Jeff Leibow, Ken Krugman, John Salvatore, Erik Bates, etc. Choreographed by Sergio Trujillo. Songs include: "Oh, What a Night," "Silhouettes," "Earth Angel," "Sunday Kind of Love," "My Mother's Eyes," "(Who Wears) Short Shorts," "Sherry," "Big Girls Don't Cry," "Walk Like a Man," "My Eyes Adored You," "Dawn (Go Away)," "Stay," "Let's Hang On," "Can't Take My Eyes off You," "Rag Doll," "Who Loves You," "Grease," etc.
51 Jersey Lily, The : "A New Musical Comique" with book and lyrics by George V. Hobart. Music by Reginald De Koven. Produced by George W. Lederer at the Hyperion Theatre (New Haven - 1903) starring Blanche Ring, etc. Directed by George W. Lederer.
51 Jerusalem : Book by Jez Butterworth. Produced at The Music Box Theatre (NYC - 2011) starring Mark Rylance, Mackenzie Crook, John Gallagher, Jr., Max Baker, Alan David, Aimee-Ffion Edwards, Aiden Eyrick, Geraldine Hughes, Danny Kirrane, Charlotte Mills, Sarah Mayle, Mark Page, Molly Ranson, Harvey Robinson, Barry Sloane, etc. Directed by Ian Rickson.
51 Jesse And The Bandit Queen : Book by David Freeman. Produced by Joseph Papp for the New York Shakespeare Festival at The Public Theatre (No date) starring Pamela Payton-Wright and Kevin O' Connor. Directed by Gordon Stewart.
51 Jesse James : Produced by The Dorothy Lewis Company at the Park Theatre (No location or date listed) starring Dorothy Lewis, Ferd Tidmarsh, Al Hyde, Frank Mackey, etc. Billed with a vaudeville lineup including "Mac and Mac" (Acrobats), "Mackey and Clark" (Comedy musical artists), "Major W.J. Ollo" (Baton and gun manipulator), and Jack Regan ("The Diminutive Comedian with the Irresistible Laugh").
51 Jest, The : Book by Sem Benelli (From the Italian, "La Cena delle Beffe"). Various productions (1919 - 56) starring John Barrymore, Lionel Barrymore, Charles Kennedy, Arthur Rankin, L.R. Wolheim, Brandon Peters, Alphonz Ethier, Leon Ward, John Johns, Gene Ray, etc. Originally produced and directed (1919) by Arthur Hopkins.
51 Jest A Second! : Book by James Sherman. Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami, FL - 1997) starring Marilyn Chris, Lee Wallace, David Csizmadia, Dee Dee Freidman, etc. Directed by Robert Kalfin.
51 Jesters, The : "A New Play" by John Raphael (Translated from the French of Miguel Zamacois). Produced by Charles Frohman at The Empire Theatre (NYC - 1908) starring Maude Adams, Fred Tyler, Edwin Holt, Mathilde Cottrelly, etc.
51 Jesus Christ Superstar : Conceived for the stage by Tom O' Horgan. Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Lyrics by Tim Rice. Various productions (1971 - 95) starring Jeff Fenholt, Yvonne Elliman, Ben Vereen, Anita Morris (Wife of Grover Dale), Samuel E. Wright, Ted Neeley, Carl Anderson, Dennis DeYoung, Syreeta Wright, Richard Kim Milford, Robert Corff, Jim Turner, etc. Originally produced (1971) by Robert Stigwood and directed by Tom O' Horgan. Songs include: "Heaven on Their Minds," "I Don't Know How to Love Him," "Superstar," "Could We Start Again, Please," etc.
51 Jew Of Malta, The : Book by Christopher Marlowe. Produced by The Royal Shakespeare Company at The Aldwych Theatre (London - 1964) starring Clive Revill, Derek Godfrey, Michele Dotrice (Daughter of Roy Dotrice), Ian Richardson, Glenda Jackson, John Harwood, etc. Directed by Clifford Williams.
51 Jewel Merchants, The : "A Play in One-Act" by James Branch Cabell. Produced by The Players of the Playhouse-On-The-Moors (East Gloucester, MA - 1924) starring Madeleine Massey, Leslie Buswell, Ruth Evans, Janet Robinson and Lorenz Mor. Billed with "The Mollusc" by Hubert Henry Davies starring Edward Massey, Dorothy Ross, Thomas Crosby, etc. Directed by Edward Massey.
51 Jewel Robbery : Book by Bertram Bloch (Adapted from the Hungarian of Laszlo Fodor). Produced by Paul Streger at the Broad Street Theatre (Philadelphia - 1932) starring Mary Ellis, Basil Sydney, Robert Vivian, Eugene Powers, Cora Witherspoon, etc.
51 Jewess, The : or "Leah, The Forsaken" by McKee Rankin and M. Ludovici (Adapted from the German play, "Deborah" by Dr. Mosenthal). Produced by W.H. Leahy at various theatres (1914) starring Nance O' Neil, Frank Sheridan, Arthur Lum, Charles Harcourt, Fanny Cannon, Walter Walker, Ben Rich, etc. Directed by McKee Rankin.
51 Jewish Wife, The : Book by Bertolt Brecht - translated by Eric Bentley (Billed with HARRY, NOON AND NIGHT by Ronald Ribman). Produced by the Moving Target Theatre (Washington, DC - c. 1985) starring Hannah Weil, William W. Hollingsworrth, Thomas Stearns, McCarthy Hanger and T. G. Finkbinder. Directed by Michael David Fox.
51 Jezebel : Book by Owen Davis. Produced by Guthrie McClintic at various theatres (1933 - 34) starring Miriam Hopkins, Cora Witherspoon, Lew Payton, Leo Curley, Laura Bowman, Joseph Cotton, Reed Brown, Jr., Owen Davis, Jr., Ida Brown, etc. Directed by Guthrie McClintic (Husband of Katharine Cornell).
51 Jezebel's Husband : Book by Robert Nathan. Produced at The Westport County Playhouse (Westport, CT - 1952) starring Claude Rains, Judith Parrish, Claudia Morgan, Ruth McDevitt, Carmen Mathews, etc. Directed by Sherman Marks.
51 Jig Saw : "A Comedy" by Dawn Powell. Produced by The Theatre Guild at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1934) starring Ernest Truex, Spring Byington (Star of television's "December Bride"), James York, Cora Witherspoon, Helen Westley, Shepperd Strudwick, etc. Directed by Philip Moeller.
51 Jilt, The : "New and Original Sporting Comedy" by Dion Boucicault. Various productions (1886 - 1900) starring Dion Boucicault, Henry Miller, John P. Sutton, William Seymour, Helen Bancroft, J. Henry Kolker, Thomas Lowell, Edward Lewis, Wright Kramer, Guy Bates, Sarah Truax, etc.
51 Jim Dandy : Book by William Saroyan. Produced at the Pasadena Playhouse (State Theatre of California - 1941) starring Louise Allbritton, George Phelps, Nina Conway, Michael Ross, Parke Bossart, etc. Directed by Onslow Stevenson.
51 Jim The Penman : "The Greatest Success of the Famous Old Madison Square Theatre" by Sir Charles Young. Various productions (1886 - 1929) starring Junius Booth (Son of Junius Brutus Booth. Brother of John Wilkes Booth and Edwin Booth), James Ralston, Nina Ralston, W.J. LeMoyne, May Robson, Frederick Robinson, Arthur Dacre, Helen Layton, F.C. Bangs, Percy Winter, Vida Croly, William Faversham, Jacob Ben-Ami, Charles Richman, Agnes Booth, Vernon Steele, George Edgar, George Montserrett, Norman McKinnel, Joseph E. Whiting, etc.
51 Jim's Girl : Book by Earl Carrol and Thomas J. Gray. Produced by The Westchester Players at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1922) starring Harry Jackson, Virginia Duncan, Susan Scott, Lee Tracy, Jerome Kennedy, etc. Directed by Harry Jackson.
51 Jimmie's Women : "A New Comedy" by Myron C. Fagan. Produced by B.F. Witbeck at the Biltmore Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring Minna Gombel, Robert Williams, William Wayne, Sam Parks, Junior Cook, Roy Gordon, etc. Directed by Myron C. Fagan.
51 Jimmy : "A Musical Play of the Life and Good Times of Jimmy Walker" by Melville Shavelson (Based on the novel "Beau James" by Gene Fowler and the screenplay by Jack Rose and Melville Shavelson). Music and lyrics by Bill and Patti Jacob. Produced by Jack L. Warner in association with Don Saxon and Harry Mayer at the Winter Garden Theatre (NYC - 1969) starring Frank Gorshin (As "Mayor Jimmy Walker"), Anita Gillette (As "Betty Compton"), Julie Wilson, Dorothy Claire (As "Texas Guinan"), Stanley Simmonds, Herb Fields, etc. Directed by Joseph Anthony. Choreographed Peter Gennaro. Songs include: "Will You Think of Me Tomorrow?," "The Walker Walk," "They Never Proved a Thing," "Riverside Drive," "Jimmy," "Five Lovely Ladies," etc.
51 Jimmy Shine : "A New Play" by Murray Schisgal. Produced by Claire Nichtern and Zev Bufman at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NYC - 1969) starring Dustin Hoffman, Gale Dixon, Eli Mintz, Rue McClanahan, Cleavon Little, John Pleshette (Cousin of Susanne Pleshette), etc. Directed by Donald Driver.
51 Jingleball : Produced by The Gay Sweatshop at The Round House - Downstairs (London - No date).
51 Jinny The Carrier : Book by Israel Zangwill. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1905) starring Annie Russell, Fuller Mellish, Oswald Yorke, Grant Stewart, Blanche Rice, Sarah McVicker, etc. Directed by Israel Zangwill.
51 Jitney : "A Soulful Slice of Life" by August Wilson. Produced at the Lorraine Hansberry Theatre (San Francisco - No date). Directed by Stanley E. Williams.
51 Jitta's Atonement : "New Play" by George Bernard Shaw (Adapted from a play by Siegfried Trebitsch). Produced Lee Shubert at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1923) starring Phoebe Coyne, John Craig, Bertha Kalich, Walter Butterfield, Beth Elliott, etc. Directed by Lester Lonergan.
51 Joan Of Arc : "Masterpiece of American Literature" by Mark Twain (Portrayed by Fredric March on film and Hal Holbrook on stage.). Produced at various theatres (1928) starring Clara Clemens (Daughter of Samuel Clemens aka Mark Twain), Theodore Hecht, William Franklin, Perry Ivins, Robert Noble, etc. Directed by B. Iden Payne.
51 Joan Of Lorraine : Book by Maxwell Anderson. Various productions (1946 - 47) starring Ingrid Bergman, Sam Wanamaker, Romney Brent, Kenneth Tobey, Roger De Koven, Kevin McCarthy, Brooks West, Joseph Wiseman (Most famous as "Dr. No" on film), Sylvia Sidney (Wife of Bennett Cerf), Leonardo Cimino, Henry Jones, Diana Barrymore (Daughter of John Barrymore. Portrayed by Dorothy Malone in the 1957 biopic, "Too Much Too Soon"), Robert Wilcox, James Kirkwood, Jr., Beatrice Newport, Harvey Hitchcock, etc. Originally produced (1946) by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Kurt Weill and John F. Wharton) and directed by Margo Jones.
51 Joanna : "A Romance of the 14th Century" produced at The Theatre Royal, Covent Garden (London - 1800). Billed with "The Volcano" and "The Temple of Domestic Happiness".
51 Job's Brethren : Book by George Brandt. Produced by The Yale University School of the Fine Arts/The Department of Drama (New Haven - 1930) starring Henry B. Williams, Paul Randall, George Sklar, Billed with 3 other one-plays ("The Worm" by John C. Gibbs, "The Institute" by Lidian Ruth Moore and "The House of Juke" by Valentine Davies). Directed by Forrest Berkley-Boone.
51 Joe Egg : Book by Peter Nichols. Produced by the Roundabout Theatre Compnay at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1985) starring Jim Dale, Stockard Channing, Joanna Gleason, Margaret Hilton, John Tillinger, Tenney Walsh, Larry Pine, etc. Directed by Arvin Brown.
51 Joey : "A New Musical Comedy" with book, music and lyrics by Ron Moody (Most famous as "Fagin" in "Oliver" on stage and film). Produced by The Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal, Bristol (1962) starring Ron Moody, Roy Pannell, Roger Jerome, Jan Waters, etc. Directed by Toby Robertson. Choreographed by Peter Darrell. Songs include: "Punch," "Stick By the People," "A Marriage of Convenience," "Christmas Harlequinade," "Leaning Toward the Ludicrous," etc.
51 Johannes Kr'eisler : "A Fantastic Melo-Drama" by Carl Meinhard and Rudolf Bernauer. Produced by The Selwyns at the Apollo Theatre (NYC - 1923) starring Jacob Ben-Ami, Erskine Sanford, Cecil Owens, Lotus Robb, Allyn Joslyn, etc. Directed by Frank Reicher. Ballet by Fokine.
51 John-A-Dreams : "A New Play" by C. Haddon Chambers. Produced at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket (London - No date) starring Charles Cartwright, Charles Allan, Nutcombe Gould, Herbert Ross, Janette Steer, etc.
51 John And Jen : "A Contemporary Musical about Recapturing the Lost Moments in Our Lives" with book and lyrics by Tom Greenwald. Music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa. Produced by Maryann Lombardi (Daughter of University of Florida President John Lombardi) at the University of Florida Center for the Performing Arts (Gainesville - c.1998) starring Jeff Blameuser and Christine Fenno. Directed by Maryann Lombardi.
51 John Brown : "Story of the Torch Tosser of the Civil War" by Roland Gow. Produced by George Abbott at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1934) starring George Abbott (as "John Brown"), Herbert Yost, Alma Kruger, Harold Gould, etc. Directed by George Abbott.
51 John Brown's Body : "The Exciting New Hit" by Stephen Vincent Benet. Various productions (1953 - 68) starring Tyrone Power, Judith Anderson, Raymond Massey, Anne Baxter, Otis Greever, Tommy McCloud, Gary Perdue, Dorsey Smith, Jimmy Hawkins, Angela Wood, Robert Donley, John Wylie, Donald Wells, Bernard Engel, John Stewart, Edith Meiser, Sylvia Sydney, Jerry Rhodes, James Richardson, Carol Nurenberg, etc. Originally produced (1953) by Paul Gregory and adapted and directed by Charles Laughton.
51 John Bull : or "An Englishman's Fire-Side" by George Coleman The Younger. Various productions and adaptations produced at theatres throughout Great Britain (1803 - 1987) starring D. Leonard ("The Popular Irish Comedian"), Lawrence Thornbury, Steven Mann, Georgina Melville, etc.
51 John Bull's Other Island : "A Comedy" by George Bernard Shaw. Produced by The Dublin Gate Theatre at the Mansfield Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring Meriel Moore, Roy Irving, Lilian Boit, Liam Gannon, etc. Directed by Hilton Edwards. Billed with "Where Stars Walk" and "Portrait of Miriam" by Michael Mac Laimmoir and "The Old Lady Says No" by Denis Johnston.
51 John Ermine Of The Yellowstone : "American Drama" by Louis Evan Shipman (Suggested by "Sketches of Frontier Life" by Frederic Remington). Produced by James K. Hackett at the Globe Theatre (Boston - 1903) starring James K. Hackett, Charles Ahrendt, Albert Perry, Charlotte Walker, etc. Directed by James K. Hackett.
51 John Ferguson : "A Realistic Play" by St. John G. Ervine. Various productions (1919 - 28) starring Dudley Digges, Helen Freeman, Joseph Brennan, Brandon Peters, Augustin Duncan, Helen Westley, Rollo Peters, Seymour Blankfort, Sylvie Barbour, etc. Originally produced and directed (1919) by Walter Wanger (Husband of Joan Bennett).
51 John Gabriel Borkman : "A Fine Exhibition of Symmetry" by Henrik Ibsen. Various productions (c.1930 - 75) starring Eva Le Gallienne, Margaret Webster, William Windom, Victor Jory, Ann Jackson (Wife of Eli Wallach), Ernest Truex, Egaon Brecher, W.H. Vernon, Genevieve Ward, Flora Robson, Margaret Rawlings, Wendy Hiller, Peggy Ashcroft, Frank Grimes, Ralph Richardson, etc.
51 John Glayde's Honour : "A New and Original Play" by Alfred Sutro. Various productions (c.1900) starring James K. Hackett, William Sauter, Frank W. Hunter, Olive Oliver, George Alexander, Matheson Lang, Norman Forbes, Eva Moore, etc.
51 John Jones!!! : "The Laughable Interlude" produced at the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh (1832). Billed with "The Sleeping Draught," "Il Fanatico Per la Musica" and "L'Amour, L'Amour,"
51 John Loves Mary : "A New Comedy" by Norman Krasna. Various productions (1947 - 67) starring William Prince, Nina Foch (Courtesy of Columbia Pictures), Tom Ewell, Ann Mason, Loring Smith, Lyle Bettger, Max Showalter, Harry Bannister, Grant Owens, Jan Sterling (Wife of Paul Douglas), Bonnie Rowlette, Tome Forde, Charles Crum, etc. Originally produced (1947) by Richard Rodgers (Portrayed by Tom Drake in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music") and Oscar Hammerstein 2nd in association with Joshua Logan and directed by Joshua Logan.
51 John Martin's Secret : "A Tale of the African Diamond Mines" by Sutton Vane. Produced by William Calder's Company at the Star Theatre (No location or date listed) starring Harold Cohill, Sheridan Block, Henry Vogel, Emma Field, etc.
51 John Murray Anderson's Almanac : See "Almanac".
51 John Of Paris : "The Musical Farce" produced in London (No date). Billed with a series of scenic presentations depicting the "Exterior of the Royal Palace," "The Cloisters of St. Rosalie" and "The Exterior of the Cathedral of Palermo".
51 John The Baptist : Book by Herman Suderman (English translation by Mary Harned). Produced at the Boston Theatre (MA - 1906) starring E.H. Sothern, Julie Marlowe, Gladys Wilkinson, Pearl Egan, etc. Directed by Sam S. and Lee Shubert.
51 Johnny Belinda : "This Season's Dramatic Hit" by Elmer Harris. Produced by Henry Wagstaff Gribble at various theatres (1940) starring Helen Craig ("Broadway's Newest Star"), Louis Hector, Horace McNally (Stephen McNally), Willard Parker, Beau Tilden, etc. Directed by Harry Wagstaff Gribble.
51 Johnny Get Your Gun : "Farcical Entertainment in Prologue and Three Acts" by Edmund Lawrence Burke (Revised by Dorothy Donnelly with Louis Bennison). Produced by John Cort at the Jefferson Theatre (St. Louis - 1917) starring Haward Fay, Clyde North, Edward Fleming, Lorraine Frost, etc. Note: "All male members of this company have offered their services to their respective governments and are now waiting the call to service."
51 Johnny Johnson : "A Musical Play" with book and lyrics by Paul Green. Music by Kurt Weill (Husband of Lotte Lenya). Various productions (1936 - 75) starring Russell Collins, Bob Lewis, Tony Kraber, Phoebe Brand, Sanford Meisner, Lee J. Cobb, Albert Van Dekker (Albert Dekker), Elia Kazan, Luther Adler, Jules Garfield (John Garfield), Art Smith, Morris Carnovsky, Paul Mann, Ralph Williams, Christopher Klein, James Billings, Nadine Lewis, James Broderick (Father of Matthew Broderick), Gene Saks (Husband of Beatrice Arthur), Logan Ramsey, Virginia McMahon, Joanne Linville, etc. Originally produced (1936) by The Group Theatre at the Forty-Fourth Street Theatre (NYC) and directed by Lee Strasberg. "The Group Theatre, on behalf of the author and composer, acknowledges its indebtedness to Miss Cheryl Crawford for her aid in the Preparation of JOHNNY JOHNSON." 1956 revival directed by Jose Quintero. Songs include: "Over in Europe," "Aggie's Song," "The Laughing Generals," "A Hymn to Peace," etc.
51 Johnny No Trump : Book by Mary Mercier. Produced by Hull House Theaters at the Jane Addams Theater (Chicago - 1969) starring Florence Mashbitz, Russell Harry Case, Ian Hirsch, Larry Goulet, etc. Directed by Bob Sickinger.
51 Johnny On A Spot : "New Comedy" by Charles MacArthur (Husband of Helen Hayes). Various productions (1942 - 90) starring Keenan Wynn (Son of Ed Wynn), Edith Atwater, Will Geer, Dennie Moore, William Foran, Florence Sundstrom, Boyd Gaines, Stephen Lang, Michael Hammond, Roxanne Hart, etc. Originally produced (1942) by The Messrs. Shubert and directed by Charles MacArthur.
51 Johnny 2 x 4 : "A Melodrama" by Rowland Brown. Produced by Rowland Brown at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1942) starring Barry Sullivan, Evelyn Wyckoff, Jack Lambert, Arthur L. Sachs, Isabel Jewell, Harry Bellaver, Lester Lonergan, Jr., etc. Directed by Anthony Brown.
51 Jolly Grass Widows : "Unsurpassed in Quality, Unparalleled in Quantity" with music by Joe E. Howard (Portrayed by Mark Stevens in the 1947 biopic, "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now") and lyrics by Raymond Peck. Produced by Robert Fulton at The Trocadero (Chicago - 1903) starring Guy Rawson, Grace Addison, Nat Fields, Tillie Stork, Joseph E. Howard, etc. Directed by Joseph E. Howard. Billed with "A Programme of Genuine Novelties" entitled "One Night and Gone". Songs include: "The Schuetzenfest," "Coffee," "When the Ballet Girls Come to Reuben Town," "Hearts and Flowers," "Moon Shine Bright," etc.
51 Jolly Old Sports : "The Bright, Sparkling Farce-Comedy" produced by Rice and Barton and The Rose Hill English Folly Company at various theatres (No date) starring Frank Berry, Carrie Weber, Daisy Raymond, Ida Austin, William Swan, etc. Billed with numerous specialties including "The Musical Comedians" (Frank Berry and Jack Hughes), "The Original Irish Comedian" (Joe J. Sullivan), "The Two Swells" (Allie Willard and Daisy Raymond) and "The Naughty Soubrettes".
51 Jolly Surprise, A : "All Mirth and Music" by Arthur Wallack. Produced at various theatres (1891) starring Fanny Rice, Charles H. Bradshaw, Melville Stewart, Andrew W. Mack, Lillian Wade, etc. Directed by Jesse Williams. Songs include; "What is a Home Without a Mother-in-Law?," "Childhood Days," "It Takes a Girl to Do It," etc.
51 Jolly's Progress : "A New Play" by Lonnie Coleman. Produced by The Theatre Guild and Arthur Loew at various theatres (1959) starring Eartha Kitt, Wendell Corey, Anne Revere, Joanne Barry, Ellis Rabb, Drummond Erskine, Vinnette Carroll, etc. Directed by Alex Segal.
51 Jolson : "A Spectacular Musical" by Francis Essex and Rob Bettinson. Produced at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium (CA - 1999) starring Mike Burstyn (As "Al Jolson"), Heather Mazur (As "Ruby Keeler"), Jeff Richards, Kenny Morris, etc. Directed by Bill Castellino. Choreographed by Joey McKneely. Songs include: "Swanee," "Baby Face," "Sonny Boy," "My Mammy," etc.
51 Jonesy : "A New Comedy of Youth" by Anne Morrison and John Peter Toohey. Various productions (1929 - 30) starring Donald Meek, Eloise Keeler, Josephine Hull (Most famous for her roles in "Arsenic and Old Lace " and "Harvey " on stage and film), Spring Byington (Star of television's "December Bride"), Helen Brooks, Frank Thomas, Marian Lewis, etc. Originally produced and directed (1929) by Earle Boothe.
51 Jonica : "A New Musical Comedy" by Dorothy Heyward and Moss Hart (Portrayed by George Hamilton in the 1963 biopic, "Act One"). Music by Joseph Meyer. Lyrics by William Moll. Produced by William B. Friedlander at The Craig Theatre (NYC - 1930) starring The Wallace Sisters, Nell Roy, Joyce Barbour, Larry Beck, Mabel Gore, etc. Directed by William B. Friedlander. Choreographed by Pal' Mere Brandeaux. Songs include: "Tie Your Cares to a Melody," "I Want Someone," "March of the Rice and Old Shoes," "One Step Nearer the Moon," etc.
51 José : Book by Willebaldo Lopez (A Mexican version of "Woyzeck" by George Buchner). Produced by The University of California (Berkeley) Department of Dramatic Art and The Committee for Arts and Lectures at the Zellerbach Playhouse (1975) starring Andrew Goodman, Bob Martin, George Wallace, Jr., Kurt Fuller, etc. Adapted and directed by William I. Oliver.
51 Joseph : "The Great Parisian Laughing Success" by Malcolm Watson (Adapted from the French of Leon Gandillot). Produced by The Ramsey Morris Comedy Company at the Rockford Opera House (Rockford, Illinois - No date) starring John Glendinning, Harry Gwynette, Reub Fax, Edgar Norton, Elsie De Wolfe, etc.
51 Joseph And His Brethren : "A Pageant Play" by Louis N. Parker (Based on the Biblical Narrative). Produced at various theatres (1913 - 15) starring James O' Neill (Father of Eugene O' Neill), George C. Gunther, Leopold Profeit, Brigham Royce, Franklyn (Franklin) Pangborn, Vernon Steele, Celia Storm, etc.
51 Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat : Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Lyrics by Tim Rice. Various productions (1975 - 99) starring Richard Loring, Bruce Millar, Phillip Schofield, Aubrey Woods, Linzi Hateley, Don Goodspeed, Robin Boudreau, Hal Davis, Bill Hutton, Louis Padilla, Ray Benson, Sharon Brown, Tom Carder, Patrick Cassidy (Son of Jack Cassidy and Shirley Jones), Deborah Gibson, The Osmonds Second Generation, Michael Damian, Peter Blake, Gary Bond, Donny Osmond, Janet Metz, etc. Songs include: "Any Dream Will Do," "Close Every Door," "Joseph All the Time," "One More Angel in Heaven," etc.
51 Joseph Entangled : "A New Comedy" by Henry Arthur Jones. Produced at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket (London - No date) starring Cyril Maude, Herbert Waring, Sam Sothern, Charles Calvert, Ellis Jeffreys, etc. Billed with "The Widow Woos" by M.E. Francis.
51 Joshua Beene And God : Book by Clifford M. Sage and Hal Lewis (Based on the novel by Jewel Gibson). Produced by The Kalita Humphreys Theater at the Dallas Theater Center (TX - 1961) starring Burl Ives, Lynn Trammel, Randy Moore, etc. Directed by Paul Baker.
51 Joseph's Sweetheart : "A New Comedy-Drama" by Robert Buchanan (Based on "Joseph Andrews" by Henry Fielding). starring F. Gillmore, William Rignold, Frederick Thorne, Cyril Maude, etc. No location or date listed.
51 Josephine, Empress Of The French : "The Great Historical Drama" by Albert R. Haven. Various productions (c.1895) starring Nell Gwynne, Otis Harlen, William F. Mack, Charles Diehl, Ada Dare, William Harris, Lauren Rees, William Hastings, Ada Venetta, Hortense Rhea, etc.
52 Joshua Simpkins : "Sensational Comedy-Drama" starring Charles Willard, Archie Allen, Charles W. Lane, Fred Dunn, etc. No location or date listed).
52 Joshua Whitcomb : "The Well Known New England Comedy" produced at various theatres (1979 - 84) starring Denman Thompson, Ignacio Martinetti, Julia Wilson, E.R. Burton, Fred Loranger, Hal Warren, Kittie Aryman, etc.
52 Jotham Valley : "A Story That Actually Happened" with book and lyrics by Cecil Broadhurst. Music by Cecil Broadhurst, Frances Hadden and Will Reed. Produced at various theatres (1951) starring Leland Holland, Ilene Godfrey, Marion Clayton, Cecil Broadhurst, Tom Kennedy, etc. Directed by Howard Reynolds. Choreographed by June Day and George Nowell. Songs include: "Sorry is a Magic Little Word," "Wonder Why?," "The Omelet Song," "There's a Certain Kind o' Jingle to My Spurs," etc.
52 Journey, The : Book by Hugh Hill. Music by Richard Cofton. Produced by The Yale University School of Fine Arts/Department of Drama (New Haven - 1954) starring Phil Bruns, Jay Sweeney, Arnold Voketaitis, Carmel Affinito, etc. Produced by Judith Barker.
52 Journey Of Simon McKeever, The : Book by Albert Maltz ("The Hollywood Ten"). Produced by The Actors' Mobile Theatre at The Nathan Strauss Jewish Center (NYC - 1952). No cast listed. Directed by Brett Warren.
52 Journey To Jerusalem : Book by Maxwell Anderson. Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice and Robert E. Sherwood) at the National Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Arlene Francis (Regular panelist on television's "What's My Line?". Wife of Martin Gabel.), Sidney Lumet (Stage and film director), Joseph Wiseman (Most famous as "Dr. No" on film), Karl Malden, Arnold Moss, James Gregory, Arnon Ben-Ami, Joseph V. De Santis, etc. Directed by Elmer Rice.
52 Journey To The Day : Book by Roger O. Hirson. Produced by Gene Persson in association with Fred Coe at the Theatre De Lys (NYC - 1963) starring Shirley Knight, Warren Finnerty, Flora Cambell, Paul Sand, Michael Baseleon, etc. Directed by Milton Katselas.
52 Journeyman : Book by Alfred Hayes and Leon Alexander. Produced by Sam Byrd at the Fulton Theatre (NYC - 1938) starring Eugenia Rawls, Will Geer ("The Waltons"), Helen Carter, Ruth Abbott, Raymond Van Sickle, etc. Directed by Erskine Caldwell and J. Edward Shugrue.
52 Journey's End : Book by R.C. Sherriff. Various productions (1928 - 73) starring Jack Hawkins, Evelyn Roberts, Leon Quartermaine, Derek Williams, Eric Stanley, Walter Plinge, Ian Clayton, Paul Eddington, Reginald Smith, George Zucco, Maurice Evans (By courtesy of Leon M. Lion), Colin Clive (Most famous for his role as "Dr. Frankenstein" in the films, "Frankenstein" and "The Bride of Frankenstein"), Melville Cooper, Richard Caldicot, Henry Stephenson, Robert Noble, James Maxwell, Peter Egan, Christopher Good, Colin Keith-Johnston, Reginald Mason, Glenn Hunter, etc. Originally produced (1928) by Gilbert Miller (By arrangement with Maurice Browne) and directed by James Whale.
52 Joy : "A Musical Come Together" produced at The New Theatre (NYC - c. 1970) starring Oscar Brown, Jr., Jean Pace and Sivuca. Songs (By Oscar Brown, Jr.) include: "Time," "Wimmen's Ways," "A New Generation," "Brown Baby," Mother Africa's Day," "Funky World," etc.
52 Joy Of Living. The : Book by Herman Suderman (Translated by Edith Wharton). Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (c. 1902) starring Howard Gould, Amy Lamborn, Vaughan Glaser, Stanley Pringle, Amy Lamborn, etc. Directed by Mrs. Patrick Campbell (Beatrice Stella Tanner).
52 Joy Ride : "A Gay, New Musical Revue"with music and lyrics by Max Showalter, Jerry Bock, Larry Holofcener, Ray Golden, Paul Webster, Ross Bagdasarian ("David Seville and The Chipmunks"), Bess Lomax, Michael Stewart, Charles Strausse, Sammy Fain, Milton Greene, etc. Produced by Huntington Hartford, Ray Golden, William Eythe and Lon McCallister at the Huntington Hartford Theatre (Hollywood, CA - 1956) starring Conrad Janis, Murial Landers, Louise Glenn, Roy Clark, Joel Grey, Aileen Stanley, Jr., Bernie West, Barbara Nichols, The Tailgate Five, etc. Production supervised by William Eythe and Lon McCallister. Sketches by Allen Jones, Paul Harrison, Berni Gould, Danny and Neil Simon, etc. Directed by Nick Castle, Joseph Sargent, Mac Platt, Danny Simon, Bob Hamilton, etc. Choreographed by Bob Hamilton and Nick Castle. Songs include: "The Story of Alice," "Love is a Simple Emotion," "A Lovely Autumn Day," "Hey, Chicago," "World of Strangers', "Silent Picture Rag," "Charlie on the M.T.A., etc.
52 Joy To The World : Book by Allan Scott. Produced by John Houseman ("The Paper Chase," etc.) and William R. Katzel at various theatres (1948) starring Alfred Drake, Marsha Hunt, Myron McCormick, Morris Carnovsky, Bert Freed, Kurt Kaznar, etc. Directed by Jules Dassin.
52 Joyce Grenfell Requests The Pleasure... : "A Revue" with book and lyrics by Joyce Grenfell. Music by Richard Addinsell. Produced by Lyn Austin and Thomas Noyes at the Bijou Theatre (NYC - 1955) starring Joyce Grenfell, Beryl Kaye, Paddy Stone and Irving Davies. Directed by Laurier Lister. Choreographed by Wendy Toye, John Heawood, Alfred Rodrigues, Beryl Kaye, Paddy Stone and Irving Davies. Songs include: "Three's Company," "The Music's Message," "Edinburgh Rock," "Manana," "Songs My Mother Taught Me," "Three in Time," etc.
52 Joyful Noise, A : "A New Musical" by Edward Padula (Based on "The Insolent Breed" by Borden Deal. Music and lyrics by Oscar Brand and Paul Nassau. Dance music by Lee Holdridge. Produced by Edward Padula and Slade Brown in association with Sid Bernstein at various theatres (1966) starring John Raitt, Swen Swenson, Karen Morrow, Clifford Davis, Susan Watson, James Rado, Donna McKechnie, Leland Palmer, Tom Tune (Tommy Tune), Jack Fletcher, etc. Directed by Dore Schary (Presiedent of MGM, 1951 - 56). Choreographed by Michael Bennett ("A Chorus Line," etc.). Songs include: "Long Time Travelin," "Nashville, USA," "All My Life," "Natural Man," "A Joyful Noise," etc.
52 Joyous Season, The : Book by Philip Barry. Produced by Arthur Hopkins at various theatres (1945 - 46) starring Ethel Barrymore, Mary Welch, Craig Kelly, Hugh Franklin, Frank Conroy, Olive Dunbar, etc. Directed by Arthur Hopkins.
52 Jaun : "A New Play" by James Goldman. Produced by The University of Alabama Department of Speech at The University Theatre (Tuscaloosa - 1960) starring George Moorman, Ward Haarbauer, Vernon Oaks, Hinton Flowers, etc. Directed by Marian Gallaway.
52 Jaurez And Maximilian : "A Dramatic History" by Franz Werfel (Translated by Ruth Langner). Produced by The Theatre Guild at The Guild Theatre (NYC - 1926) starring Philip Loeb (Co-star of "The Goldbergs" on radio and television), Edward G. Robinson, Morris Carnovsky, Alfred Hunt, Edward Van Sloan (Most famous as "Van Helsing" in the original film version of "Dracula"), Albert Bruning, Cheryl Crawford, Earle Larimore, Dudley Digges, Erskine Sanford, Arnold Daly, Sanford Meisner, Stanley DeWolfe, Harold Clurman, Julien Garfield, etc. Directed by Philip Moeller.
52 Jubilee : Book by Moss Hart (Portrayed by George Hamilton in the 1963 biopic, "Act One"). Music and lyrics by Coel 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 (1935 - 98) starring Mary Boland, Melville Cooper, May Boley, June Knight, Charles Walters, Dorothy Fox, Montgomery Clift, Adele Jurgens, Bea Arthur, Tyne Daly, Sandy Duncan, Michael Jeter, Bob Paris, Philip Bosco, Alice Ripley, Joy Franz, The American Ballroom Theatre, etc. Directed by Hassard Short and Monty Woolley (Portrayed himself in the 1945 biopic, "Night and Day"). Choreographed by Albertina Rasch. Costumes by Irene Sharaff and Connie DePinna.The 1998 AIDS Benefit Concert for Gay Men's Health Crisis directed by Herbert Ross (Husband of Lee Radziwill and Nora Kaye). Songs include: "The Kling-Kling Bird on the Divi-Divi Tree," "When Love Comes Your Way," "Gather Ye Autographs While Ye May," "Begin the Beguine," "A Picture of Me Without You," "Swing that Swing," "Just One of Those Things," etc.
52 Judah : "A New and Original Play of Modern English Life" by Henry Arthur Jones. Various productions (c. 1890) starring Marie Burroughs ("America's Most Talented Actress"), John E. Kellerd, Louis Massen, Harry Barfoot, E.S. Willard, Bessie Hatton, Harry Cane, etc.
52 Judas : Book by Walter Ferris and Basil Rathbone. Produced by William A. Brady, Jr. and Dwight Deere Wiman at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Basil Rathbone, Dorothy Cumming, William Courtleigh, Doan Borup, Harold Moffet, etc. Directed by Richard Boleslavsky.
52 Juda Kiss, The : Book by David Hare. Music by George Fenton. Produced by The Almeida Theatre Company at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1998) starring Liam Neeson, Tom Hollander, Peter Capaldi, Richard Clarke, etc. Directed by Richard Eyre.
52 Judge's Husband, The : "A New Three-Act Comedy" by William Hodge. Produced by Lee Shubert at various theatres (1926) starring William Hodge, Minnie Milne, Mattie Keene, Ruth Lyons, Alexander Clark, Jr., etc. Directed by Thomas Coffin Cook and supervised by William Hodge.
52 Judgment Day (By M. Pollon) : "World Premiere" by Michael Pollon. Music by Paul Berl. Produced by The Mannes Music School at the Hunter Playhouse (NYC - 1951) starring Ingrid Hallberg, Lois McCauley, Robert Price, etc. Billed with "Comedy on a Bridge" by V.H. Klicpera and Bohuslav Martinu.
52 Judgment Day (By E. Rice) : "A Melodrama" by Elmer Rice. Various productions (1934 - 38) starring Lee Baker, Raymond Bramley, Frank A. Lovejoy ("I Was a Communist for the FBI," etc. on flm), Horace Casselberry, Noel Leslie, Stanley Anderson, Edward Binns, etc. Originally directed (1934) by Elmer Rice.
52 Judith (by S.B. Alexander) : "A Daughter of Israel" by Sigmund B. Alexander. Produced at the Blanchard Opera House (Montpelier, VT - 1891) starring Hortense Rhea, Burr Caruth, Errol Dunbar, Lauren Rees, Belle Jordan, etc.
52 Judith (by J. Giraudoux) : Book by Jean Giraudoux (Adapted by Christopher Fry). Produced at Her Majesty's Theatre (London - 1962) starring Ruth Meyers, Sean Connery, Barry Foster, Vivien Merchant, Michael Gough, etc. Directed by Harold Clurman.
52 Judy Drops In : "A Love Story That Grew in Greenwich Village" by Mark Swan. Produced by The Frank Wilcox Company at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NYC - 1925) starring Dorothy Holmes, Winifred Anglin, Frank Wilcox, Helen Blair, Josephine Fox, etc. Directed by Halbert Brown.
52 Judy Forgot : "The New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Avery Hopwood. Music by Silvio Hein. Produced by Daniel V. Arthur at various theatres (1910 - 11) starring Marie Cahill, Arthur Stanford, Anna Ford, Maud Meredith, etc. Choreographed by Lewis Morton. Songs include: "The Song of the Honeymoon," "The Judy Two-Step," "The Society Circus," etc.
52 Judy O' Connor : "A New Play" by Andrew Solt and Frank Ross. Produced by Frank Rooss at various theatres (1946) starring Don DeFore (Television's "Hazel," etc.), Anne Sargent, William Prince, Olga Fabian, etc. Directed by John Berry.
52 Juggler Of Notre Dame, The : "An Opera in Three Acts" by Jules Massenet. Produced by the Manhattan Grand Opera Company at the Manhattan Opera House (NYC - 1908) starring Mary Garden, M. Renaud, M. Dufranne, etc. Directed by Oscar Hammerstein.
52 Juif Polonais, Le : "Drama" by Emile Erckmann and Louis-Alexandre Chatrian. Produced at the Royalty Theatre (London - c. 1889) starring M. Coquelin, M. Duquesne, M. Jean Coquelin, etc.
52 Julia, Jake and Uncle Joe : "A New Comedy" by Howard M. Teichmann (Based on "Over at Uncle Joe's " by Oriana Atkinson). Produced at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1961) starring Claudette Colbert, Myles Eason, Lynne Charnay, Grant Gordon, etc. Directed by Richard Whorf.
52 Julie Bonbon : Book by Clara Lipman. Produced by Sam S. and Lee Shubert at various theatres (1906) starring Louis Mann, Clara Lipman, Alice Gale, Mary Cecil, Gaston Bell, Ida Lewis, etc. Directed by Louis Mann.
52 Julio And Romiet : Filed with Shakespeare Collection - See - "Shakespeare - Modern Adaptations"
52 Julius Caesar : Filed with Shakespeare Collection - See - "Shakespeare Collection" by title.
52 Jumbo : Book by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur (Husband of Helen Hayes). Music and lyrics by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart (Portrayed by Tom Drake and Mickey Rooney in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Produced by Billy Rose (Portrayed by James Caan in the 1975 biopic, "Funny LAdy") at the New York Hippodrome (1935) starring Jimmy Durante, Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, Poodles Hanneford, Sybil Elaine, etc. Directed by George Abbott. Production staged by John Murray Anderson. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster. Songs include: "Over and Over Again," "The Circus is On Parade," "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World," "Laugh," "My Romance," "Little Girl Blue," etc.
52 Jump For Joy : "The Negro Revue" with sketches by Sid Kuller, Henry Blankfort, Hal Fimberg and Paul Webster. Music by Duke Ellington. Produced by The American Revue Theatre in association with Joe Pasternak and Bruce Manning at the Mayan Theatre (Los Angeles, CA - 1941) starring Duke Ellington and His Band.
52 Jump Street : Book by The Terminal Island Theatre Workshop and Doris Baizley. Produced by Susan Albert Loewenberg for Artists in Prison, Inc. at the Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles - 1977) starring Rodni Hardison, Maxine Ford, Marque Lynch, etc. Directed by Vickie Rue. Songs include: "Jump Street," "Too Far Gone," "Let God About," etc.
52 Jumpers : Book by Tom Stoppard. Various productions (1971 - 74) starring Brian Bedford, Jill Clayburgh, Remak Ramsay, Walter Flanagan, Larry Breeding, Bobby Lee, Eddie Mekka ("Laverne and Shirley," etc.), Alan Dobie, David Roper, Diana Rigg, Paul Curran, Paul Gregory, etc.
52 Jumping Fool, The : "A New Play" by Shirl Hendryx. Produced at the Fortune Theatre (NYC - 1970) starring Alan Bergmann, Michael Pataki, Elizabeth Shepherd, etc. Directed by Allen Savage. Costumes by John David Ridge.
52 Jumping Jupiter (By R. Carle) : "A Farce" by Carle and Rosenfeld. Music by Karl Hoschna. Produced by H.H. Frazee and George W. Lederer at the Tremont Theatre (Boston - 1911) starring Richard Carle, Jeanne Eagels (Portrayed by Kim Novak in the 1957 biopic, "Jeanne Eagles"), Marie Vernon, Ida Harris, Helen Broderick (Mother of Broderick Crawford), Helen Raymond, Edna Wallace Hopper, etc.
52 Jumping Jupiter (By G.W. George) : "A New Musical" with book and lyrics by George W. George. Music by Stephen F. Kranz, Hal David, Nicholas England and Jerry Graff. Produced by Army Special Services and the Hawaii USO Theatrical Division in Honolulu (1945) starring Vincent Carbone, Robert Hendricks, Alyce Lewis, etc. Directed by Arthur E. Wyman and Sidney Head. Production supervised by Allen Ludden (Teelvision's "Password," etc. Husband of Betty White.).
52 June Madness : "The Modern Play" by Henry Kitchell Webster. Produced by Winthrop Ames at the Hyperion Theatre (NYC - 1912) starring Edward Emery, Helen Tracy, Charles Waldron, etc.
52 June Moon : "A Comedy" by Ring Lardner (Father of Ring Lardner, Jr. and John Lardner) and George S. Kaufman (Portrayed by Jason Robards in the 1963 biopic, "Act One"). Music and lyrics by Ring Lardner. Various productions (1929 - 98) starring Lee Patrick, Jean Dixon, Harry Rosenthal, Philip Loeb (Co-star of "The Goldbergs " on radio and television), Norman Foster, Frank Otto, Ruth Abbott, Edith Van Cleve, Cynthia Nixon ("Sex and the City"), Robert Ari, Jessica Stone, Norman Foster, etc. Originally produced (1929) by Sam H. Harris (Portrayed by Richard Whorf in the 1942 biopic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy") and directed by George S. Kaufman (Portrayed by Jason Robards in the 1963 biopic, "Act One").
52 Jungle Of Cities : Book by Bertolt Brecht (Translated by Anselm Hollo). Produced by Silliman Dramat and The Yale School of Drama (New Haven - No date) starring Richard Singer, Yannis Simonides, Jerry Anello, Paul Bennett, Marty Sussman, etc. Directed by Stefan Rudnicki.
52 Junior Miss : "Broadway's Happiest Comedy Success" by Jerome Chodorov and Joseph Fields (Based on the stories of Sally Benson). Various productions (1941 - 50) starring Lois Wilson, Eddie Nugent, Loring Smith, Conny Janis (Conrad Janis), Philip Ober (Husband of Vivian Vance), Paula Lawrence, Barbara Robbins, Katherine Anderson, Robert Allen, Joyce Van Patten (Sister of Dick Van Patten. Wife of Martin Balsam), Michael Kellin, Cynthia Blake, etc. Original production (1941) directed by Moss Hart (Portrayed by George Hamilton in the 1963 biopic, "Act One". Husband of Kitty Carlisle.).
52 Juno : "A New Musical" by Joseph Stein (Based on "Juno and the Paycock" by Sean O' Casey). Music and lyrics by Marc Blitzstein (Portrayed by Hank Azaria in the 1999 film, "Cradle Will Rock"). Produced by The Playwrights' Company - Oliver Smith and Oliver Rea at various theatres (1959) starring Shirley Booth, Melvyn Douglas, Jack MacGowran, Jean Stapleton, Tommy Rall, Nancy Andrews, Loren Driscoll, Tom Clancy (Of "The Clancy Brothers" singing group), Sada Thompson (Television's "Family," etc.), Arthur Rubin, etc. Directed by Jose Ferrer (Husband of Rosemary Clooney). Choreographed by Agnes de Mille. Costumes by Irene Sharaff. Songs include: "Old Sayin's," "I Wish It So," "You Poor Thing," "One Kind Word," etc.
52 Juno And The Paycock : "A Tragedy" by Sean O' Casey (Portrayed by Rod Taylor in the 1965 film, "Young Cassidy"). Various productions (1928 - 77) starring Sara Allgood, Barry Fitzgerald, Arthur Shields (Brother of Barry Fitzgerald), Michael Clarke, Michael J. Dolan, Siobhan McKenna, Niall Buggy, Thelma Whitely, Peter Whitbread, T.P. McKenna, May Cluskey, P.G. Stephens, Eileen Crowe, Nancy Whickwire, Nina Sittler, Irving Falk, Pauline Flanagan, Tom Bosley ("Fiorello," etc. "Television's "Happy Days"), Bettye Fitzpatrick, Concetta Tomei, Art Smith, Byron Russell, Lorraine Nelson, Cal Yeomans, Ethel Waters, Jauno Hernandez, etc. Originally produced by the Abbey Theatre Company ( Dublin - 1928).
52 Just A Minute : "A Timely Musical Play" by H.C. Greene. Music by Harry Archer. Lyrics by Walter O' Keefe. Produced by Phil Morris an H.C. Greene at the Ambassador Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring Billie Yarbo, Madeline Grey, Gypsy Byrne, Harry Holbrook, Helen Lockhart, Peek-A- Boo Jimmie and His Band, etc. etc, Directed by H.C. Greene. Choreographed by Russell Markert. Songs include: "You'll Kill 'Em!," "Anything Your Heart Desires," "I Got a Cookie Jar but No Cookie," etc.
52 Just A Wife : "An American Play" by Eugene Walter. Produced by David Belasco at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1910) starring Charlotte Walker, Ernest Glendinning, Bobby North, etc. Directed by David Belasco.
52 Just A Woman : "A New Play" by Eugene Walter. Produced by The Messrs. Shubert at the Shubert-Garrick Theatre (NYC - 1917) starring Mabel Brownell, Ernest Anderson, Stuart Fox, Harry Delmar, etc. Directed by J.C. Huffman.
52 Just Assassins, The : Book by Albert Camus. Produced by The Towers Players (No location listed - 1970) starring Stephanie Daniels, Rick Reynolds, Ray Worley, etc. Directed by Bill Sibbald.
52 Just Between Ourselves : Book by Alan Ayckbourn. Produced by The McCarter Theatre Company at the Queen's Theatre (London - 1977) starring Herb Foster, Peggy Cowles, Colin Blakely, Jill Tanner, Michael Gambon, Rosemary Leach, Constance Chapman, Stephanie Turner, etc. Directed by Nagle Jackson and Alan Strachan.
52 Just Claim, A : Book by Sari Szekely. One of a program of four one-act plays (Also "The Princess Condescends" by Geraldine Emerson, "The Life of Reilly" by Walter N. Emerson and "The Unseen" by Alice Gerstenberg). Produced by The Emerson Players (Also known as The Emmerson Players - Delaware, Maryland - No date) starring Walter N. Emerson, Sari Szekely, Florence Mellom, Ruth Frank, Herbert Boree, etc. Directed by Sari Szekely.
52 Just Deserts : Book by Tom Dulack. Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami, FL - 1991) starring Lewis J. Stadlen, Steve Arlen and Lynne Peyser. Directed by Arnold Mittelman.
52 Just Fancy! : "An American Musical Romance" by Joseph Santley and Gertrude Purcell (Founded on a play by A.E. Thomas). Music by Joseph Meyer and Philip Charig. Lyrics by Leo Robin. Produced by Joseph Santley at various theatres (1927) starring Raymond Hitchcock, Ivy Sawyer, Joseph Santley, Peggy O' Neill, Frances Nevins, Eric Blore. George Spelvin, etc. Directed by Joseph Santley. Choreographed by Johnny Ford and Chester Hale. Songs include: "Ain't Love Grand?," "Sunday Beau," "Schottische," "You Came Along," "Two Loving Arms," etc.
52 Just Life : "A Comedy Drama" by John Bowie. Produced by Jacob Oppenheimer at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Marjorie Rambeau ("America's Greatest Actress"), Vivian Tobin, Ethel Wilson, Lea Penman, Franklin Parker, etc.
52 Just Married : "A Laugh Till You Rock in Your Seat Farce Comedy" by Adelaide Matthews and Anna Nichols. Various productions (1921 - 24) staring Vivian Martin, Eleanor Ladd, Robert Harrigan, Jess Dandy, Lynne Overman, Blanche Benton, Donald Brian, Helen Travers, Frank Wilcox, Winifred Anglin, Virginia Boardman, Jack Allen, etc. Originally produced (1921) by Jules Hurtig in conjunction with the Messrs. Shubert and directed by J.C. Huffman and Clifford Stork.
52 Just Out Of College : "Dealing with Modern Conditions" by George Ade. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1905) starring Joseph Wheelock. Jr., Eugene Jepson, George Irving, Tully Marshall, Mabel Amber, Frances Comstock, etc. Directed by William Seymour.
52 Just Suppose : "A Comedy" by A.E. Thomas. Various productions (c. 1920) starring Patricia Collinge, George Pauncefort, Lawrence Eddinger, Leslie Howard, William J. Keighley, Morton Stevens, Nancy Fair, Ralph Murphy, etc.
52 Just To Get Married : "A Comedy" by Cicely Hamilton starring Dora Barton, Maud Cressall, Dorothy Minto, Rupert Lister, etc. Billed with "The Saloon" by Henry James. Produced in London (c. 1912).
52 Just To Remind You : "A New Play" by Owen Davis. Produced by Sam H. Harris (Portrayed by Richard Whorf in the 1942 biopic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy") at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Paul Kelly, Sylvia Field, Peg Entwistle (Most famous for her suicide by leaping from the "H" on the "Hollywoodland" sign), Jerome Cowan, Owen Davis, Jr., Calvin Thomas, etc. Directed by Melville Burke.
52 Justice : "A Prison Play" by John Galsworthy. Various productions (1916 - 24) starring John Barrymore (Portrayed by Errol Flynn on film and Christorpher Plummer on stage), Henry Stephenson, Cecil Butler, Charles Dodsworth, Ashton Tonge, Cathleen Nesbitt, Richard Whorf, E.E. Clive, Alan Mowbray, Charles Hampden, Lester Lonergan, etc. Originally produced (1916) by John D. Williams and directed by B.Iden Payne.
52 Justice McAdoo : "Musical Rumpus in One Romp" by J.G. Gibson. Produced at the Folly Theatre (Paterson, NJ - No date) starring Matt Kennedy, E.J. Morris, Wilbur Held, etc.
52 K2 : "A New Play" by Patrick Meyers. Produced by Mary K. Frank and Cynthia Wood at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NYC - 1983) starring Jeffrey De Munn and Jay Patterson. Directed by Terry Schreiber.
52 Kabale Und Liebe : Produced by Yale University at the Hyperion Theatre (New Haven - 1905). Directed by Heinrich Conried.
52 Kabuki Medea : Conceived, designed and directed by Shozo Sato (Based on "Medea" by Euripides). Kabuki version by William Mark Strieb and Lou Anne Wright (Edited by A. Doyle Moore). Produced at the Wisdom Bridge Theatre (Chicago - 1983) starring John Barricklo, Gregory Franklin, Judith Easton, John Hines, Janis Flax, etc.
52 Kaddish : Produced at the Chelsea Theatre Center (Brooklyn - c. 1972) based on a poem by Allen Ginsberg. Directed by Robert Kalfin starring Jani Brenn, Nina Hansen, Valcour Lavizzo, Michael Vale, Glenn Weitzman, Jerrold Ziman, etc. Video by Arthur Ginsberg and Video Free America.
52 Karen : Book by Hjalmar Bergstrom (Translated from the Danish by Edwin Bjorkman). Produced at the Greenwich Village Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Frank Conroy, Grace Henderson, Helen Robbins, Mary Pyne, Louie Earle, etc. Directed by Frank Conroy.
52 Karl : "New and Original Comedy-Drama" by Charles A. Gardner. Produced at various theatres (1897) starring Patti Rosa, Charles A. Gardner ("The Sweet Singer"), Garland Gaden, Ignatz Conradi, Ida Burrows, Marion May, etc.
52 Karl And Anna : "A Drama" by Leonhard Frank (Translated by Ruth Langner). Produced by The Theatre Guild at the Guild Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Otto Kruger, Frank Conroy, Claude Rains, Herbert J. Biberman, Robert Norton, Alice Brady, Ruth Hammond, Gale Sondergaard, Lionel Stander, etc. Directed by Philip Moeller.
52 Kat And The Kings : Book and lyrics by David Kramer. Music and Arrangements by Taliep Petersen. Produced at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1999) starring Jody J. Abrahams, Loukmaan Adams, Terry Hector, Kim Louis, etc. Directed by David Kramer. Choreographed by Jody J. Abrahams and Loukmaan Adams. Songs include: "If You Shoes Don't Shine," "Happy to Be Nineteen," "Lonely Girl," "The Singing Sensation," etc.
52 Kataki : or "The Enemy" by Shimon Wincelberg. Produced at the Ambassador Theatre (NYC - 1959) starring Sessue Hayakawa and Ben Piazza. Directed by Alan Schneider.
52 Kate Careless : or "The Old English Gentleman" produced at the Theatre Royal, Dublin (1842). Billed with "The Widow's Frolic," "My Fellow Clerk," "The Boarding School," etc.
52 Kate Kip, Buyer : Book by Glen MacDonough. Produced at various theatres (1898 - 99) starring May Irwin (Performed the first onscreen kiss in movie history with John C. Rice in the 1896 film, "The Kiss"), Joseph Sparks, Ignacio Martinetti, Robert Lowe, Sara Osgood, Roland Carter, etc. Directed by May Irwin.
52 Katerina : Book by Leonid Andreyev (Translated by Herman Bernstein). Produced at the Broad Street Theatre (Philadelphia - 1929) starring Alla Nazimova, Walter Beck, Leona Roberts, Alma Kruger, J. Edward Bromberg, etc.
52 Kathleen : "A Romantic Comedy" by Michael Sayers. Produced by Bea Lawrence at the Mansfield Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring Andree Wallace, Henry Jones, Whitfield Connor, etc. Directed by Coby Ruskin.
52 Kathleen Mavourneen : or "Saved By A Dream," a "Beautiful Irish Drama" produced at Brennan's Original Star Theatre (No location or date listed) starring H.R. Brennan, Joseph Howard, W.C. Whitlock, Lillian Jerome, Minnie DeLange, etc.
52 Kathleen-Ni-Houlihan : Book by W.B. Yeats ("From The Abbey Theatre, Dublin). Produced at Wallack's Theatre (NYC - 1913) starring J.A. O' Rourke, U. Wright, Eileen O' Doherty, Sara Allgood, Eithnee Magee, etc. Billed with "The Playboy of the Western World" by J.M. Synge.
52 Kathy And Mo Show: Parallel Lives, The : Book by Mo Gaffney and Kathy Najimy ("Sister Act" on film). Produced at the Westside Arts Theatre (NYC - 1998) starring Mo Gaffney and Kathy Najimy. Directed by Paul Benedict (Co-star of television's "The Jeffersons").
52 Katie Roche : "An exquisite work of art" by Teresa Deevy. Various productions (1937 - 2013) starring Arthur Shields (Brother of Barry Fitzgerald), Ria Mooney, Denis O' Dea, Austin Meldon, Michael J. Dolan, Margaret Daly, Patrick Fitzgerald, Jon Fletcher, David Friedlander, Jamie Jackson, John O' Creagh, Wrenn Schmidt, Fiana Toibin, etc. Originally billed in the United States (1937) with "The Plough and the Stars" by Sean O' Casey, "The Silver Jubilee" by Cormac O' Daly, "The Playboy of the Western World" by J. M. Synge, "The Passing Day" by George Shiels and "Juno and the Paycock" by Sean o' Casey (Portrayed by Rod Taylor in the 1965 film, "Young Cassidy").
52 Katja : "An Operetta" by Frederick Lonsdale. Music by Jean Gilbert. Lyrics by Harry Graham and Clifford Grey. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1927) starring Marion Abel, Jack Sheehan, Teddy Webb, John Adair, Billy Hall, etc. Directed by Lewis Morton. Choreographed by Max Scheck. Songs include: "Love's in the Air," "All the World Loves a Lover," "Oh, Woe is Me," "Leander," etc.
52 Katinka : "The Musical Play" with book and lyrics by Otto Hauerbach (Harbach). Music by Rudolph Friml. Produced by Arthur Hammerstein (Uncle of Oscar Hammerstein II) in 1916 starring Marie Duchette, Albert Sackett, David Reese, T. Roy Barnes, May Thompson, Bernard Gorcey (Father of Leo Gorcey), Ada Meade, etc.
52 Katy Did : "A Domestic Comedy With Foreign Relations" by Willis Maxwell Goodhue. Produced by Edward Whiteside and J.J. Livinson at The Stamford Theatre (CT - 1927) starring Edgar Nelson, Juliette Day, Romney Brent, Stanley De Wolfe, etc. Directed by Oscar Eagle.
52 Katzenjammer Kids : "For Laughing Purposes Only" with book and lyrics by David M. Wolff, Hayward and Hampton Durant (Founded on the famous cartoon characters). Produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1917) starring Al Zimmeramn, Earl B. Miller, Mildred Goodfellow, Carl George, Sydney Platt, etc. Songs include: "The Strutters Ball," "Hawaiian Tunes in Dixie," "Mr. Jazz Himself," "Howye Do, Honolulu," etc.
52 Kean : or "Disorder and Genius" by Jean -Paul Sartre (Based on the play by Alexandre Dumas - translated by Frank Hauser). Various productions (1971 - 90) starring Alan Badel, Peter Yapp, Maggie Jones, Ken Wynne, Pamela Denton, Derek Jacobi, Tom Dunn, Sarah Woodward, etc. Original production (1971) directed by Frank Hauser.
52 Kean (Musical) : "A New Musical Comedy" by Peter Stone (From a comedy by Jean-Paul Sartre based on the play by Alexandre Dumas). Music and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest. Produced at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - 1961) starring Alfred Drake (as "Edmund Kean"), Lee Venora, Oliver Gray, Joan Weldon, Truman Smith, Christopher Hewett (Television's "Mr. Belvedere"), Robert Penn, Patrick Waddington, etc. Directed and choreographed by Jack Cole. Songs include: "Mayfair Affair," "Queue at Drury Lane," "To Look Upon My Love', "Civilized People," etc.
52 Keening, The : Book by Humberto Dorado. Produced by The American Repertory Theatre (Cambridge, MA - 2005) starring Marissa Chibas. Directed by Nicolas Montero.
52 Keep An Eye On Amelie : Book by Georges Feydeau. Produced at the Palace Theatre (London - No date) starring Madeleine Renaud, Jean-Louis Barrault, Andre Brunot, Georges Cusin, etc. Directed by Jean-Louis Barrault.
52 Keep 'Em Laughing : A Revue produced by Clifford C. Fischer (By arrangement with the Messrs. Shubert) at the Forty-Fourth Street Theatre (NYC - 1942) starring William Gaxton, Victor Moore, The Hartmans (Grace and Paul - Paul Hartman is most famous as "Emmett the Fix-It Man" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Mayberry RFD"), Hildegarde, Jack Cole and His Dancers, Zero Mostel, Fred Sanborn, etc.
52 Keep Her Smiling : "A Modern Comedy" by John Hunter Booth (Founded on Edgar Franklin's Stories in the Saturday Evening Post"). Produced by Richard Walton Tully at various theatres (1918-19) starring Sidney Drew, Byron Russell, Daisy Rudd, William Barrows, W.H. Post, etc. Directed by Richard Walton Tully.
52 Keep In A Cool Place : "A New Comedy" by W.P. Templeton. Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal, Bristol (1946) starring Robert Sanson, Anne Wilson, Faith Brook, William Devlin, etc. Directed by William Devlin.
52 Keep It Dark : "Musical Comedy" by George Hoey. Produced at Bunnell's Grand Opera House and Museum (Macon, Ga - No date) starring W.T. Bryant, Julia Wilson, Lizzie Richmand, James Bevins, Ella Hunt, etc.
52 Keep It To Yourself : "A Farce" by Mark Swan (Based on a comedy from the French of Keroul and Barre). Produced by George Broadhurst in New Haven, CT (No date) starring Dallas Welford, Robert Lowe, Albert Brown, Helen Holmes, etc. Directed by Mark Swan and Lillian Trimble Bradley.
52 Keep Cool : "Singing-Dancing-Laughing Revue" with book and lyrics by Paul Gerard Smith. Music by Jack Frost. Produced by Paul Gerard Smith at the Globe Theatre (NYC - 1924) starring Hazel Dawn, Charles King, Johnny Dooley, Ruby Stevens (Barbara Stanwyck), Hal Parker, James Kelso, etc. Directed by Edgar MacGregor. Choreographed by Earl Lindsay. Songs include: "The Broadway Battle Cry," "My Calicoquette," "Dandelion Time," "Shalimar," "The Irish Sheik," "Nellie Kelly," etc.
52 Keep Off The Grass : Musical Revue produced at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Jimmy Durante, Betty Bruce, Jose Limon, Larry Adler (Harmonica virtuoso), Ray Bolger, Jerome Robbins, Virginia O' Brien, Jane Froman (Portrayed by Susan Hayward in the 1952 biopic, "With A Song in My Heart"), Ilka Chase, Jackie Gleason, etc. Directed by Fred De Cordova (Producer of "Bonzo Goes to College" etc. on film and television's "The Jack Benny Program," "My Three Sons," "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson," etc.). Choreographed by George Balanchine.
52 Keep Shufflin' : "The Musical Comedy" by Flourney Miller and Aubrey Lyles. Music by Jimmy Johnson, "Fats" Waller and Clarence Todd. Lyrics by Henry Creamer and Andy Razaf. Produced at Daly's 63rd Street Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring Flourney Miller and Aubrey Lyles, Evelyn Keyes (Most famous for her roles in "Gone With The Wind" and "The Jolson Story" on film. Wife of Charles Vidor, John Huston, Artie Shaw, etc.) Byron Jones, Clarence Robinson, Honey Brown, Billie Yarbo, "Fats" Waller, Jimmy Johnson, Jabbo Smith, etc. Directed by Con Conrad. Choreographed by Clarence Robinson. Songs include: "Choc'late Bar," "How Jazz Was Born," "Everybody's Happy in Jimtown," "Charlie, My Back Door Man," "Pickaninny Tune," etc.
52 Keeper, The : "A Play About Lord Byron" by Karolyn Nelke. Produced by The Philadelphia Drama Guild at the Zellerbach Theatre at The Annenberg Center (1982) starring Stuart Germain, Richard Frank, Dwight Schultz (Television's "The A Team"), I.M.Hobson, etc. Directed by Steven Schachter, Costumes by John David Ridge.
52 Keepers Of The House : Book by Harry Kleiner. Produced by The Yale University School of the Fine Arts/The Department of Drama (New Haven - 1940) starring Lawrence Dobkin, Constance Conrad, Joseph Marra, Norman Holland, etc. Directed by Frank McMullan.
52 Keeping Up Appearances : "A Tragi-Comedy" by Butler Davenport. Produced by The Bramhall Players (NYC) at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1919) starring Butler Davenport, Thais Magrane, Elsa Ziegler, John Wray, etc.
52 Kempy : "A New Comedy" by J.C. Nugent and Elliot Nugent (Son of J.C. Nugent). Various productions (1922 -27) starring Ruth Nugent (Daughter of J.C. Nugent), Lotus Robb, Elliot Nugent, Grant Mitchell, J. C. Nugent, Clara Blandick (Most famous as "Aunt Em" in the film,"The Wizard of Oz"), John M. Sullivan, Spring Byington (Star of television's "December Bride"), etc. Originally produced (1922) by Richard G. Herndon and directed by Augustin Duncan.
52 Kenilworth : or "Amy's Aims and Leicester's Lessons". Various productions and adaptations (1823 - 95) presented in various theatres in the United States and Great Britain. Billed with "Therese," "Life in London," "Dominique," "Timour the Tartar," etc.
52 Kennedy's Children : Book by Robert Patrick. Various productions (1975 - 80) starring Jona Jones, Miriam Margolyes, Richard Oldfield, Annie Ross (Of the jazz vocal group "Lambert, Hendricks and Ross"), Shelley Winters, Farley Granger, Sally Kirkland, Al Freeman, Jr., Ann Wedgeworth, etc. Directors include Clive Donner and Allan Estes.
52 The Kentucky Cycle : "Five Plays" by Robert Schenkkan. Winner of the 1992 Pulitzer Prize, produced at the Tufts Balch Arena Theatre (Medford, MA - 1995). Directed by Downing Cless. No cast listing available.
52 Kentucky Romance, A : "A Play of To-Day" by Joseph Le Brandt. Produced by Messers. Burt and Nicolai at various theatres (1912-13) starring Beulah Poynter, Stanhope Wheatcroft, Jack Boyle, Edwin Dale, Sadie Steelsmith, Edward Horton, etc.
52 Keppler's Fortunes : "Delightful Home Comedy-Drama of New York Life" by C. Wallace Walter. Produced at the Haymarket Theatre (Chicago - No date) starring Gus Williams, Frank Girard, Horace Newman, Lillian Elma, Katie Cronrite, etc.
52 Kerry Gow!, The : "Greatest of All Irish Dramas" by Fred Marsden. Various productions (No date) starring Joseph Murphy, Belle Melville, Ella Baker, Ida Burrows, Annie Adams, Blanche Plunkett, John S. Murphy, Helen Fox, etc.
52 Key, The : One-Act Play by Ramon Sender. Produced by Theatre Ubu at the Old Knickerbocker Music Hall (NYC - 1947) starring Ruth Ford, E.G. Marshall, Mary Welch, George Mathews, etc. Directed by Herbert Berghof.
52 Key Exchange : "A Modern Romance" by Kevin Wade. Various productions (1981 - 86) starring Mark Blum, Priscilla Lopez, Ben Masters, Brooke Adams, Barry Grayson, Kim Ostrenko, Wayne Tetrick, Gregory Jones, Kevin Rainsberger and Jennifer Pritchett. Originally produced (1981) by The W.P. A. Theatre and directed by Barnet Kellman.
52 Key Largo : "New Play" by Maxwell Anderson. Various productions (1939 - 50) starring Paul Muni, Jose Ferrer, James Gregory, Uta Hagen, Tom Ewell, Karl Malden, John Loudon, Arthur Zigouras, etc. Originally produced (1939) by The Playwright's Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Sidney Howard, Elmer Rice and Robert E. Sherwood) and directed by Guthrie McClintic (Husband of Estelle Winwood and Katharine Cornell).
52 Key West : "A New Comedy" by John Glines. Produced at the Courtyard Playhouse (NYC - No date). Directed by Randy Buck.
52 Keys To The Castle : "A Comedy" by Vincent Park. Produced by The Yale University School of Fine Arts/The Department of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - No date) starring Joan Zell, Mary Lou Blattspieler, Forrest Compton, Doris Payne, etc.
52 Kibitzer : "A Comedy" by Jo Swerling and Edward G. Robinson. Produced by Patterson Mc Nutt at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Edward G. Robinson, Hobart Cavanaugh, Al Roberts, George Spelvin, Jr., Eugene Powers, Jacob Katzman, etc. Directed by Patterson Mc Nutt.
52 Kick In : "A Play of New York Life" by Willard Mack. Various productions (1914 - 16) starring Frank Wilcox, Albert Brown, Robert Lowe, Minna Gombel, John Sharkey, John Barrymore, Lou Ripley, etc.
52 Kid, The : Book by Robert Coover. Music by Stanley Walden. Produced at the American Place Theatre (NYC - 1972) starring Beeson Carroll, Alice Beardsley, Jenny O' Hara, Cherry Davis, Neil Portnow, etc. Directed by Jack Gelber.
52 Kid Boots : "A Musical Comedy of Palm Beach and Golf" by William Anthony McGuire and Otto Harbach. Music by Harry Tierney. Lyrics by Joseph McCarthy. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld (Portrayed by William Powell in the 1936 biopic, "The Great Ziegfeld" and in the 1946 film revue, "Ziegfeld Follies," by Walter Pidgeon in the 1968 biopic, "Funny Girl" and by Paul Shenar in the 1978 TV biopic, "Ziegfeld: The Man and His Woman) at various theatres (1924 - 25) starring Eddie Cantor (Portrayed by Keefe Brasselle in the 1953 biopic, "The Eddie Cantor Story"), Mary Eaton, Paul Everton, Harland Dixon, etc. Directed by Edward Royce. Songs include: "Let's Do and Say We Didn't," "Keep Our Eye on the Ball," "Someone Loves You After All," etc.
52 Kid Himself, The : Book by R. B. Smith and J. Wesley Etter. Music by R. B. Smith, Llew Fisher, E.H. Coleman, R.C. Dixon, etc. Lyrics by R. B. Smith and H. Fishburn. Produced by The Thespian Club at Pennsylvania State College (University Park, PA - 1925) starring R. W. Graham, J.E. Kennedy, P.J. Farley, etc. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Songs include: "Carolina," "Just We Two Together," Box-Fightin' Man," "Don't Mind Me, I'm Cuckoo, " "Charleston," "Just Keep on Smiling," etc.
52 Kids, The : Book by Charles Best. Produced in Johnson City, TN (1960) starring Sandra Hendricks, Lee Starkey, Bob Mooty, Ron Charles, etc. Directed by Harold Frank.
52 Kiki : "A Character Study" by Andre Picard (Adapted by David Belasco). Produced by David Belasco at various theatres (1923 - 24) starring Lenore Ulric, Sam B. Hardy, Max Figman, Thomas Mitchell, Harry Burkhardt, Sidney Toler, etc. Directed by Ernest Gros. Choreographed by Walter Brooks.
52 Killer, The : Book by Eugene Ionesco (Translated by Donald Watson). Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal (1961) starring Leonard Rossiter (Television's "The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin"), Jack MacGowran ("The Quiet Man," "The Exorcist," etc.on film), Norman Tyrrell, Terence Davies, etc. Directed by John Hale.
52 Killing No Murder : "The Musical Farce" produced at The Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden (London - 1812). Billed with "Douglas".
52 Killing Of Sister George, The : "A New Comedy" by Frank Marcus. Various productions (1965 - 68) starring Beryl Reid, Eileen Atkins, Lally Bowers, Polly Rowles, Hermione Baddeley (Television's "Maude"), Andree Melly, Ambrosine Phillpotts, Claire Trevor, Natalie Schafer (Television's "Gilligan's Island," etc. Wife of Louis Calhern), etc. original production (1965) directed by Val May.
52 Kind Lady : "A New Play" by Edward Chodorov (Adapted from a story by Hugh Walpole). Various productions (1935 - 56) starring Grace George, Henry Daniell, Kirk Willis, Dorothy Paxton, Sue Hoyt, Henry Gould, Marie Paxton, Melchor Ferrer (Mel Ferrer), Fay Bainter, Mary Best, etc. Original 1935 production directed by H.C. Potter.
52 Kind Sir : "A Comedy" by Norman Krasna. Various productions (1953 - 62) starring Mary Martin, Charles Boyer, Dorothy Stickney, Frank Conroy, Madelon Geisenhof, Hobson Blackmon, Ann Sheridan, Elliott Reid, Catherine O' Leary, Ed Bloom, Jack Jones, etc. Originally produced (1953) and directed by Joshua Logan.
52 Kindergarden, The : "Musical Farce Comedy" by Robert Griffin Morris starring Stanley Macy, Laura Dinsmore, Fred S. Sanford, Fred Mendoza, etc. No location or date listed. Songs include: "As You See Us, So We Are," "The High-Toned Lady From Over the Sea," "My Nellie's Blue Eyes," "Soldier Boy's Canteen," etc.
52 Kindling : "New York-Chicago Success" by Charles Kenyon. Produced by The United Play Company at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1913) starring Sarah Padden, Rogers Barker, Lou Ripley, Rose Watson, Charles Hunt, Ralph E. Nickelow, etc.
53 Kindred : "A New Play" by Paul Vincent Carroll. Produced by Edward Choate and Arthur Shields at Maxine Elliott's Theatre (NYC - 1939) starring Aline MacMahon, Wallace Ford, Barry Fitzgerald (Brother of Arthur Shields), Arthur Shields, Byron Russell, etc. Directed by Robert Edmond Jones.
53 Kindred Souls : "Hilarious Farcical Comedy" by William Manning (Adapted by Louis Harrison). Produced at F.F. Proctor's 58th Street Theatre (NYC - 1903) starring Robert Cummings, Frank P. Currier, Claude Cooper, Eva Vincent, etc. Billed with various vaudeville acts including Pettingill and De Forrest (Comedians), Bennett and Rich ("The German Recruits") and Radie Furman ("Dutch Comedienne").
53 King, The : "A Comedy" by Caillavet de Flers and Arene. Produced by Cohan and Harris (NYC - 1917) starring Leo Ditrichstein, Ben Johnson, Fritz Williams, William H. Powell, Dixie Buford, Marion Cake, Cora Witherspoon, Pauline Smith, etc. Directed by Sam Forrest.
53 King And I, The (2 folders) : "A New Musical Play" with book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd (Based on the novel "Anna and the King of Siam" by Margaret Landon). Music by Richard Rodgers (Portrayed by Tom Drake in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Various productions (1951 - 2011) starring Gertrude Lawrence (Portrayed by Julie Andrews in the 1968 biopic,"Star"), Yul Brynner, Dorothy Sarnoff, Doretta Morrow, Barbara Luna, Marilyn Gennaro, Constance Towers, Jae Woo Lee, Patricia Morison, Terry Saunders, Leonard Graves, Lego Louis, Jill Van Velzer, Murvyn Vye, Eileen Brennan, Manolo Fabregas, Joy Clements, Betsy Palmer (Regular panelist on television's"I've Got a Secret"), William Chapman, Jean Sanders, Olga James, Alan Paul (Original member of "The Manhattan Transfer"), Stanley Cheren, Mary Crawford, Jack Coldiron, Jeane Schuler, Renato Cibelli, Ellen Hanley, Mary Beth Peil, Kathy Lee Brynner, Rebecca West, Annamary Dickey, Tom Avera, Nikki Englert, Jeffrey Bleckner, Tom Collins, Dave Norby, Marcella Burman, Marilyn Gibson, Rise Stevens, Darren McGavin, Patricia Neway, Ricardo Montalban, Florence Henderson, Jean Sanders, Ted Stanhope, Kate Hunter Brown, Valerie Hobson, Herbert Lom, Edward Fernandez, Lucie Bentley, David Aston-Reese, Jane Brockman, Lou Diamond Phillips, Donna Murphy, Constance Carpenter, Ruth Warrick, Jose Duval, Sandy Duncan, Faith Prince, Kevin Gray, Marie Osmaond, Anthony Dexter, Janet Medlin, Erik Rhodes, Jack Davis, Michael Kermoyan, Stanley Grover, Christopher Hewett, Zachary Scott, Jan Clayton, Farley Granger, Barbara Cook, Holly Harris, Celeste Holm, Angela Lansbury, Jason Scott, Paolo Montalban, Carolee Carmello, Virginia McKenna, Bill Painter, Linda Ormond Giammetta, David Truskinoff, Anneliza Wolf, Sally Ann Howes, Joel Pressman, John P. A. Sherman, Amanda Adams, Aquasia Baker, Paula Batchelder, Tattiana Blackman, Keith Brumm, Kristina Burdeshaw, Zack Calder, Faith Jeannette Carney, Faith Casebolt, Nathan Casebolt, Fernando Chon Qui, Sam Dugger, Jackie Emelianchik, Lynda Marie Fagan, Alex Feliciano, Isabel, Gaya, Martha Grangrade, Cornelius "Neal" Greene, Mariah Hamby, Daniel Henderson, Levi Henderson, Savannah Hirst-Ayers, Brandon Jorif, Veda Lakshiminarayanan, J.P. Leemans, Jacob Lenamond, David Leppert, Jonathan Leppert, Jessica Morin, Lane Pindell, Scott Proctor, Rachel Rizzo, Westley Schultz, Alexandra Sexton, Victoria Sexton, Katie Shifflett, Jordan Sossong, Devon Stentiford, John Paul Strother, Alex Thorsberg, Jennifer Zylis, etc. Originally produced (1951) by Rodgers and Hammerstein, directed by John van Druten and choreographed by Jerome Robbins. Original costumes by Irene Sharaff. Songs include: "I Whistle a Happy Tune," "Hello, Young Lovers," "March of the Siamese Children," "Getting to Know You," "We Kiss in a Shadow," "Something Wonderful," "I Have Dreamed," "Shall We Dance," etc.
53 King Arthur And The Knights Of The Round Table : Various productions and adaptations in the United States and Great Britain (1835 - 95) starring S. Murdoch Kendrick, Henry Irving, Ben Webster, Fuller Mellish, Ellen Terry, etc.
53 King Charming : "The Grand Comic Fairy Extravaganza" by J.R. Plauche (Founded on "L'Oiseau Bleu" by Countess D' Aulnoy). Produced at the Broadway Theatre (Philadelphia - 1856). Billed with "Twenty Minutes With a Tiger!" and "The Sea of Ice".
53 King Cole II : "New Pantomimic Extravaganza of Musical Travesty" by Woolson Morse. Produced at the Columbia Theatre (Chicago - 1888) starring Gus Bruno, Marie Sanger, Jean Delmar, Camille Cleveland, etc. Directed by James C. Scanlan.
53 King David : Book and lyrics by Tim Rice. Music by Alan Menken. Produced by Walt Disney Theatrical Productions and Andre Djaoui at the New Amsterdam Theatre (NYC - 1997) starring Marcus Lovett, Alice Ripley, Stephen Bogardus, Michael Goz, Judy Kuhn, etc. Directed by Mike Ockrent.
53 King Dies, The : Book by Eugene Ionesco (Translated by Donald Watson). Music by Conrad Susa. Produced by The APA-Phoenix Repertory Company (Los Angeles - 1967) starring Richard Easton, Louise Latham, Patricia Conolly, Will Geer, etc. Directed by Ellis Rabb.
53 King Dodo : "The New Comedy Opera" by Frank Pixley. Music by Gustave Luders. Produced by Daniel Frohman (By arrangement with Henry W. Savage) at various theatres (1902 - 03) starring Raymond Hitchcock, Arthur Deagon, Frederick Meek, Linda Da Costa, Harry Carter, Harry Turpin, Daniel Collyer, Maud Gray, etc. Directed by Charles H. Jones.
53 King John : Filed with The Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare Collection" by title.
53 King Lear : Filed with The Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare Collection" by title.
53 King Of Friday's Men, The : Book by Michael J. Molloy. Produced by Michael Grace at The Playhouse (NYC - 1951) starring Walter Macken, Ian Martin, Frederic Tozere, Maggie McNamara, Sean McClory, John Drew Devereaux, etc.
53 King Of Hearts : "A New Musical" by Joseph Stein (Based upon an original screenplay by Philippe De Broca, Maurice Bessy and Daniel Boulanger). Music by Peter Link. Lyrics by Jacob Brackman. Produced by Joseph Kipness and Patty Grubman in association with Jerome Minskoff at the Minskoff Theatre (NYC - 1978) starring Donald Scardino, Pamela Blair, Gary Morgan, Bob Gunton, David Thomas, Millicent Martin, etc. Directed and choreographed by Ron Field. Songs include: "A Stain on the Name," "A Brand New Day," "Take a Look at Me Now," "Nothing, Only Love," etc.
53 King Of Hearts, The : or "King of Hearts" by Jean Kerr and Eleanor Brooke. Various productions (1954 - 58) starring Donald Cook, Jackie Cooper, Cloris Leachman, Hilda Haynes, David Lewis, Rex Thompson (Child star in films such as "The King and I" and "The Eddy Duchin Story"), Betsy McVay, Wallace Landford, Cleo Holladay, Eugene Foote, Jay Harder, Miles Poppell, Toni Ott, Buff Cobb (Wife of Mike Wallace), Carl Low, Laurence Hugo, etc. Originally produced (1954) by Elaine Perry and directed by Walter F. Kerr (Husband of Jean Kerr).
53 King Of Nowhere, A : "The Romantic Comedy" by J. and L. duRocher Macpherson. Produced by The Garrick Company (Boston - 1916) starring Sydney Greenstreet, Corliss Giles, Cameron Mathews, Dana Parker, Norman Wolfe, Olive Tell, etc. Directed by Lou-Tellegen and "Miss Bonstelle".
53 King Of Nowhere, The : Book by James Bridie. Produced by The Yale University School of the Fine Arts/The Department of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1942) starring Mary Jane Chiles, Norman Holland, Lawrence Dobkin, Arthur Sachs, etc. Directed by Constance Welch.
53 King of Texas : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare - Modern Adaptations".
53 King Of The Dark Chamber, The : Book by Rabindranath Tagore. Produced by Van Joyce and Harold Leventhal in association with Patricia Newhall at Jan Hus House (NYC - 1961) starring Bhaskar, Surya Kumari, Rahila, Bruce Glover, Noel Schwartz, Brock Peters, Saeed Jaffrey, Dino Laudicina, etc. Directed by Krishna Shah. Choreographed by Leticia Jay and Bhaskar.
53 King Of The Golden River, The : Book by John Ruskin (Dramatized by Margery Evernden). Produced by the Goodman Theatre Children's Theatre (Chicago - 1956) starring Dexter Point, Marc Manges, Felicia Jaye, Ada Wolfe, etc. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor.
53 King Of The Opium Ring : "Great Sensational Melodrama" by Charles E. Blaney and Charles A. Taylor at the Star Theatre (NYC - No date). Featuring "The Human Tower of Chinks," "Peace and Quiet in a Swell Opium Joint," "Twenty Thousand Dollars in Scenery and Wardrobe" and "A Family of Native Chinese".
53 King Of The Whole Damn World! : "A New Musical" by George Panetta. Music and lyrics by Robert Larimer. Produced by Norman Forman at the Jan Hus Playhouse (NYC - No date) starring Alan Howard, Tom Pedi, Francine Beers, David C. Jones, Kenneth McMillan, Robert Shane, etc. Directed by Jack Ragotzy. Choreographed by Zachary Solov. Songs include: "Grasshop Song," "The Riddle of You," "Far Rockaway," "King of the World," etc.
53 King of Thieves : Book by George F. Walker. Songs and music by John Roby. Produced at the Studio Theatre for the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Ontario (2010) starring Sean Cullen, Evan Buliung, Oliver Becker, Cyrus Lane, Jay Brazeau, Nora McLellan, Stephanie Roth, Mary Antonini, Nigel Bennett, Paul Fauteux, etc. Directed by Jennifer Tarver.
53 King Stag, The : Book by Carlo Gozzi (Adapted by Carl Wildman from a French version by Pierre Barbier). Various productions (1947 - 85) starring Peter Collingwood, Donald Bodley, Jean Wilson, Charles Sadler, Richard Grusin, Thomas Derrah, etc.
53 Kingdom Come : Book by Amlin Gray (Based on immigrant journals, historical sources and O.E. Rolvaag's "Giant's in the Earth"). Produced by The Milwaukee Repertory Theatre (WI - 1982) starring James Pickering, Eric Hill, Rose Pickering, Robert Grossman, etc. Directed by Sharon Ott.
53 Kingdom Of God, The : Book by G. Martinez Sierra (Adapted by Helen and H. Granville Barker). Produced by Lee Shubert at various theatres (1928 - 30) starring Ethel Barrymore, Lenore Chippendale, Phyllis Blake, Susan Blake, McKay Morris, William B. Mack, Louis Calhern, etc. Directed by E.M. Blythe. Most plays written by G. Martinez Sierra were actually written by his wife, Maria (a discovery made by Patricia O' Connor, University of Florida graduate, B.A. '53 and M.A. '54).
53 Kingdoms : Book by Edward Sheehan. Produced by Elliot Martin at various theatres (1981) starring Roy Dotrice (Father of Karen Dotrice and father-in-law of Alex Hyde-White), Armand Assante, Maria Tucci, Thomas Barbour, Alex Hyde-White (Son of Wilfred Hyde-White), Val Kilmer, George Spelvin, Warren Manzi, etc. Productions directed by Paul Giovanni and Tony Giordano.
53 Kingfisher, The : "A New Comedy" by William Douglas Home. Produced by Elliot Martin with Hinks Shimberg in association with John Gale at various theatres (1977 - 78) starring Celia Johnson, Ralph Richardson, Frederick Farley, Rex Harrison, Claudette Colbert and George Rose. Directed by Lindsay Anderson.
53 Kings In Nomania : "Comedy" by Percival Wilde. Produced by The Children's Theatre of the Junior Dramatic Workshop (NYC - 1952). No cast information listed.
53 King's Carnival, The : "Burlesque in Two Acts" by Sidney Rosenfeld. Music by A. Baldwin Sloane. Lyrics by George V. Hobart. Produced by the Sire Brothers at various theatres (1901) starring Frank Doane, John Ford, Charles Prince, Laura Burt, Emma Carus, Marie Dressler, Lilly Brink, etc. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Supervised by Sidney Rosenfeld. Songs include: "Ragtime Will Be My Finish," "My Sailor Boy," "Fifth Avenue," etc.
53 King's Coat, The : Book by Fred R. Kleibacker, Jr. Produced by The Yale University School of the Fine Arts/The Department of Drama (New Haven - 1932) starring Evan Heflin (Van Heflin), James Furness, Richard Humphreys, James Furness, Wallace E. Rooney, Dorothy Hackett, etc. Directed by George Pierce Baker.
53 King's Game, The : "A New Satirical Comedy" by George Brackett Seitz. Produced at the Garrick Theatre (No location listed - 1911) starring James K. Hackett, Frank Hatch, Walter Pennington, etc. Directed by William A. Brady.
53 King's Maid, The : "A Drama" by Ferenc Molnar. Produced by The Bass Rocks Theatre (Gloucester, MA - 1941) by arrangement with Oscar Serlin starring Sam Jaffe, Teresa Wright, Marilyn Erskine, Karl Malden, etc. Directed by Oscar Serlin.
53 King's Mare, The : Book by Jean Canolle (Adapted by Anita Loos). Produced by Stanley Gordon and Jerry Wayne at The Garrick Theatre (London - 1966) starring Glynis Johns, Keith Michell, Sydney Tafler, Michael Gwynn, etc. Directed by Peter Coe.
53 Kismet (By R.F. Carroll) : "The Turkish Lyric Comedy" by Richard F. Carroll. Music by Gustave A. Kerker. Produced by The Carroll-Kerker Opera Company at Wallack's Theatre (NYC - 1861) starring Camille D' Arville, William Steiger, William Hatch, Richard F. Carroll, Belle Bucklin, etc. Directed by Richard F. Carroll and Gustave A. Kerker. Featuring "Chorus of odalisques, harem girls, slaves disguised as African Amazons, Moors disguised as Malay pirates, attendants and Janizaries."
53 Kismet (By E. Knoblauch) : "An Arabian Night" by Edward Knoblauch. Various productions (c. 1911) starring Otis Skinner (By arrangement with Charles Frohman), Sydney Mather, Sheridan Block, Macey Harlan, Merle Maddern, Oscar Asche, Lily Brayton, Caleb Porter, Bessie Major, etc.
53 Kismet (By C. Lederer) : "A Musical Arabian Night" by Charles Lederer and Luther Davis (based on the play by Edward Knoblock). Music and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest (Based on themes by Alexander Borodin). Various productions (1953 - 90) starring Alfred Drake, Doretta Morrow, Joan Diener, Henry Calvin (Co-star of television's "Zorro"), Bruce MacKay, Neile Adams (Wife of Steve McQueen), Kirby Smith, William Johnson, Elaine Malbin, Julie Wilson, Anne Jeffreys (Wife of Robert Sterling), Don Beddoe, Irving Krakehl, Lea Minnerly, Norwood Smith, Ethel Martin, Gene Barry, Jacqueline James, Robert Rampton, Mike Morgan, J. P. Decker, Gordon MacRae, Barbara Meister, Hal Linden, Dolores Gray, Dean Dittmann, Lyle Vance, Sally Brooks, David Ward, Estelle Mays, Truman Gaige, Paula Stewart, Juliet Prowse, Steven Kimbrough, Byron Webster, Richard Kiley, etc. Originally produced (1953) by Charles Lederer, directed by Albert Marre and choreographed by Jack Cole. Songs include: "Sands of Time," "Fate," "Not Since Ninevah," "Baubles, Bangles and Beads," "Stranger in Paradise," "And This is My Beloved," etc.
53 Kiss And Tell : "A New Comedy" by F. Hugh Herbert. Various productions (1943 - 53) starring Jessie Royce Landis, Robert Keith (Father of Brian Keith), Frances Bavier (Most famous as "Aunt Bee" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Mayberry RFD"), Joan Caulfield, John Harvey, Richard Widmark, Calvin Thomas, Lila Lee, Walter Gilbert, Larry Semon, Katharine Warren, Clay Clement, Edith Fellows, Dick Moore (Dickie Moore), Jean Stapleton, Patricia Kirkland, Margaret O' Brien, Conrad Bain, Carmelita Pope, Betty Caulfield (Sister of Joan Caulfield), Gene Fuller, Violet Heming, Betty Ann Nyman, Allan Dietlein, Helen Ahlheim, etc. Originally produced (1953) and directed by George Abbott.
53 Kiss Burglar, The : "For the Tired Business Woman" with book and lyrics by Glen McDonough. Music by Raymond Hubbell. Produced in 1918 (No location listed) starring Marie Carroll, Oliver Smith, Louise Mink, Louis Bevan, Bessie Gray, etc. Directed by Paul Dullzell. Choreographed by Murray Queen.
53 Kiss For Cinderella, A : "A Fancy" by James M. Barrie. Various productions (1916 - 54) starring Maude Adams, William Boyd ("Hopalong Cassidy"), Angela Ogden, Helen Ward, Stanhope Wheatcroft, Luise Rainer, Ralph Forbes, Cecil Humphreys, Glen Langan (Most famous as "The Amazing Colossal Man" on film), Constance Binney, Ernest Lawford, John Williams, Ruth Gilbert, John Eames, William Ross, etc. Originally produced in the United States (1916) by Charles Frohman. Produced on Broadway in 1942 by Cheryl Crawford and Richard W. Krakeur and directed by Lee Strasberg with choreography by Catherine Littlefield.
53 Kiss In A Taxi, The : Or "A Kiss in the Taxi" by Clifford Grey (From the French of Maurice Hennequin and Pierre Veber). Various productions (1925 - 26) starring Arthur Byron, Janet Beecher, Frank Sherlock, Lee Patrick, Claudette Colbert, John Williams, Frank Wilcox, Kay Strozzi, etc. Originally produced (1925) by A.H. Woods and directed by Bertram Harrison.
53 Kiss Me Kate : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See - "Shakespeare - Modern Adaptations".
53 Kiss Of Importance, A : "A New Comedy" by Arthur Hornblow, Jr. (Adapted from "Monsieur De St. Obin" by Andre Picard and H.M. Harwood). Produced by Arch Selwyn at the Fulton Theatre (NYC - 1930) starring Basil Rathbone, Ivan Simpson, Mantagu Love, Ann Andrews, Frederick Kerr, etc. Directed by Lionel Atwill.
53 Kiss Of The Spider Woman : "The Musical" by Terrence McNally (based on the novel by Manuel Puig). Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Various productions (1993 - 95) starring Chita Rivera, Brent Carver, Anthony Crivello, Dan O' Grady, Jeff Hyslop, John Norman Thomas, Merle Louise, Howard McGillin, Brian (Stokes) Mitchell, Vanessa Williams, Dorain Harewood, Juan Chioran, Wade Williams, etc. Original 1993 production directed by Harold Prince and choreographed by Vincent Paterson and Rob Marshall. Songs include: "Only in the Movies," "Her Name is Aurora," "Over the Wall," "Dear One," "Morphine Tango', "She's a Woman," etc.
53 Kiss The Boys Goodbye : "A New Comedy" by Clare Boothe. Various productions (1938 - 50) starring Millard Mitchell ("Singin' In The Rain," etc. on film), Helen Claire, John Alexander (Most famous as "Uncle Teddy" in "Arsenic and Old Lace" on stage and film), Philip Ober (Husband of Vivian Vance), Sheldon Leonard (Actor and televison producer), Hugh M