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60 M. Butterfly : "A New Play" by David Henry Hwang. Various productions (1988 - 90) starring John Rubinstein, George N. Martin, Richard Poe, Pamela Payton-Wright, B.D. Wong, David Dukes, John Lithgow, John Getz, Philip Anglim, A. Mapa, Anthony Hopkins, G. G. Goei, M. Wong, Brian C. Smith, Peter Egan, Elizabeth Counsell, Ian Redforsd, John Arnatt, Su-Lin Looi, Catherine McQueen, Darren Chan, Chowee Leow, Tom Wu, etc. Originally produced (1988) by Stuart Ostrow and David Geffen and directed by John Dexter.
60 M.P. For The Borough : or "The Climbing Boy" produced at Theatre Swansea (1837). Billed with "Catching an Heiress" and "Luke Somerton".
60 Ma Rainey' s Black Bottom : Book by August Wilson. Various productions (1985 - 2000) starring Charles S. Dutton, Robert Judd, Bill Cobbs, John Carpenter, Theresa Merritt, etc. Original 1985 production directed by Lloyd Richards.
60 Mabinogi, The : "An Evening of Spectacle, Fun and Entertainment for the Whole Family" produced by the Welsh Arts Council at Cardiff Castle in Cardiff, Wales (1983)
60 Macaroni : "A Musical Farce-Comedy" by George F. Marion. Produced by Ludlow's Players at H.R. Jacob's Opera House (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring George F. Marion, Otis Harlan, Joseph Davis, Lillian Harper, etc. Directed by Charles Clark.
60 Macbeth : Filed with Belknap Shakespeare Collection - see "Shakespeare Collection" - by title.
60 MacBett : Filed with Belknap Shakespeare Collection - see "Shakespeare - Modern Adaptations".
60 MacBird : Filed with Belknap Shakespeare Collection - see "Shakespeare - Modern Adaptations".
60 McFadden's Elopement : "A Production Intended Solely to Make Mankind Merrier" by Frank Dumont. Produced by Thomas H. Davis and William T. Keogh at Niblo's Theatre (NYC - 1895) starring John Kernell, Phil Peters, Dan Waldron, Mort Emerson, Nettie Peters, Tillie Barnum, etc.
60 McFadden's Row Of Flats : "Written For Laughing Purposes Only" by E.W. Townsend. Music by Ivan L. Davis. Produced at Graff and Jacob's Grand Opera House (Utica, NY - 1897) starring Rich K. Mullen, Charles A. Loder, George Leslie, Annie Dunn, Frank Russell, etc. Directed by Gus Hill.
60 Machiavelli : Book by Lemist Esler. Produced by The Yale University School of the Fine Arts/The Department of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1927) starring J. Audrey Clark, George Freedley, Herbert J. Biberman, Henry C. Potter, Andrew N. Lytle, etc. Directed by Hubert Osborne.
60 Machinal : Book by Sophie Treadwell. Various productions (1928 - 94) starring Zita Johann (Wife of John Houseman), Jean Adair, Zenaide Ziegfeld, Clark Gable, John Hanley, Dolores Sutton, Vincent Gardenia, Art Smith, Florence Stanley, Gerald O' Loughlin, Renee Taylor, William Macy, etc. Originally produced (1928) and directed by Arthur Hopkins.
60 Machine-Wreckers, The : Book by Ernst Toller (English version by Ashley Dukes). Produced at The Playhouse of the Henry Street Settlement (NYC - 1937) starring Laurence Moore, Samuel Geichman, Louis Barte, Abe West, etc. Directed by Irwin Swerdlow.
60 Mack And Mabel : "The Musical Romance of Mack Sennett's Funny and Fabulous Hollywood" by Michael Stewart. Music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Various productions (1974 - 2004) starring Robert Preston (as "Mack Sennett"), Bernadette Peters (as "Mabel Normand"), Lisa Kirk, Jerry Dodge, James Mitchell (as "William Desmond Taylor"), Lee Horsley, Janet Metz, Ed Evanko, Bruce Clayton, Heather Gifford, George Sologuren, Michael Atkins, John La Paille, etc. Originally produced (1974) by David Merrick and directed and choreographed by Gower Champion. Songs include: "Movies Were Movies," "I Won't Send Roses," "I Wanna Make the World Laugh," "When Mabel Comes in the Room," "Time Heals Everything," "Tap Your Troubles Away," "I Promise You a Happy Ending," etc.
60 Mackerel Plaza, The : Book by William McCleery (Based on the novel by Peter De Vries). Produced by Laurence Feldman at the Westport Country Playhouse (Westport, CT - 1963) starring Hal Holbrook, Loring Smith, Carol Rossen, etc. Directed by Cyril Ritchard.
60 Mad Bargain, A : "A New and Altogether Original Three-Act Play of Laughter" by John J. McNally. Produced by James T. Powers at the Hollis Street Theatre (Boston - 1892) starring James T. Powers, Frank Howard, J. Herbert Mack, Richard Carle, Rachel Booth, Delia Stacy, etc.
60 Mad Honeymoon, The : Produced by The Norway Players (NY) at various theatres (1929) starring Stuart Goodwin, Rosie Merrill, Don Partridge, Eva Evirs, Winfred Edminster, etc. Directed by Harold Anderson.
60 Mad Show, The : "A New Musical Revue Based on Mad Magazine" by Larry Siegal and Stan Hart (Conceived by Steven Vinaver). Music by Mary Rodgers (Daughter of Richard Rodgers). Lyrics by Marshall Barer, Larry Siegal, Stan Hart and Steven Vinaver. Produced Paul Raffles and Bill Doherty at P.J. 's Theatre (Los Angeles - 1966) starring Paul Sand, Carol Morley, Alan Sues (Laugh-In"), Dick Curtis, Jo Anne Worley ("Laugh-In"), etc. Directed by Steven Vinaver. Songs include: "You Never Can Tell," "Eccch," "Primers," "Misery Is," "Looking for Someone," "Transistors," etc.
60 Madam Ada : "A New Comedy" by Aurand Harris. Produced by Harold Shaw at the Bennington Drama Festival (VT - 1946) starring Helen Janus, Ann Driscoll, Robert Harrigan, Harold Shaw, etc.
60 Madam President : "A Farce" by Jose G. Levy (Adapted from the French of Maurice Hennequin and Pierre Veber). Produced by Charles Dillingham at the Olympic Theatre (St. Louis - 1914) starring Fannie Ward, Alice Kelly, Harry J. Ashford, George Giddons, etc. Directed by George Marion.
60 Madam Ticklem's Seminary : "An Up-To-Date Operatic Musical Comedy" by Frank Dumont. Produced by The Rose Hill English Folly Company at the Standard Theatre (Cincinnati, Ohio - 1909) starring Idylla Vyner, Nina York, Joe Van, Blanche Newcomb, etc.
60 Madam, Will You Walk : "Comedy" by Sidney Howard. Produced at the Phoenix Theatre (NYC - 1953) starring Jessica Tandy, Hume Cronyn (Husband of Jessica Tandy), Norman Lloyd, Edwin Jerome, Leon Janney, John Randolph, Robert Emmett, etc. Directed by Hume Cronyn and Norman Lloyd.
60 Madame : "A Play of Modern Life" by Charles Coghlan. Produced by A.M. Palmer at various theatres (1896) starring Harrington Reynolds, Charles Edwin, Edgar Norton, Amy Busby, Rose Coghlan, etc. Directed by E.W. Presbrey.
60 Madame Aphrodite : Book by Tad Mosel. Music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Produced by Howard Barker, Cynthia Baer and Robert Chambers at the Orpheum Theatre (NYC - 1961) starring Nancy Andrews, Jack Drummond, Cherry Davis, Rod Colbin, etc. Directed by Robert Turoff. Songs include: "Miss Euclid Avenue," "Beat the World," "You I Like," "Beautiful," "Take a Good Look Around," etc.
60 Madame Bovary : Book by Gustave Flaubert. Various productions, adaptations and translations (1937 - 45) starring Rosalinde Fuller, Harold Scott, Constance Cummings, Ernest Cossart, John O' Connor, Hazel Hanna, Ernest Thesiger (Most famous as "Dr. Pretorius" in the film "The Bride of Frankenstein"), Valerie Cossart, Eric Portman, etc.
60 Madame de Sade : "American Premiere" by Yukio Mishima (Translated by Donald Keene). Produced at Theatre de Lys (NYC - 1972) starring Florence Anglin, Ruth Ford, Avra Petrides, Cavada Humphrey, etc. Directed by Herbert Machiz.
60 Madame Don't Care : "Madame Sans Gene" by Victorien Sardou and Emile Moreau (Translated by Charles Henry Meltzer). Produced at various theatres (1895 - 1901) starring Augustus Cook, Harold Russell, Wallace Shaw, Jame K. Hackett, Charles Plunkett, Byron Shaw, Wesley Browning, Lizzie Hudson Collier, Kathryn Kidder, Fanny Bart, etc.
60 Madame Sand : "A Comedy" by Philip Moeller. Produced by Harrison Grey Fiske at various theatres (1917 - 18) starring Mrs. Fiske (Minnie Maddern Fiske). Walter Kingsford, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Alexa Fior, Ben Lewen, Jose Rubin, etc. Directed by Arthur Hopkins.
60 Madame Sherry : "A French Vaudeville" by Otto Hauerbach (Harbach) -Founded on the French of M. Ordonneau (Present version by Karl Hoschna). Music by Hugo Felix. Various productions (1910 - 13) starring Lina Abarbanell, Florence Mackie, Ignacio Martinetti, Billie West, Maude Irving, Ida May, Martha Ross, Emsy Alton, Flo Irwin, Frances Demarest, Jack Gardner, Annabelle Whitford, Daisy Fair, etc. Originally produced (1910) by Messrs. Wood, Frazee and Lederer and directed by George W. Lederer.
60 Madame X : "A Drama" by John Raphael (Adapted from the work of Alexandre Bisson). American version edited by William Henry Wright. Various productions (1910 - 43) starring Dorothy Donnelly, Maurice Drew, Cecil Kern, Lou Tellegen, Aldrich Bowker, May Buckley, Helen Courtney, Adeline Dunlap, Eugenie Blair, Harry Stafford, Vera Atwood, Jane Cowl, McKay Morris, Percy Helton, Jayne Cotter, Audrey Lindley, Frank Wilcox, John Ireland, etc.
60 Madcap, The : "A Comedy With Music" by Gertrude Purcell and Gladys Unger. Music by Maurie Rubens. Lyrics by Clifford Grey. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at various theatres (1927 - 28) starring Mitzi ("The World's Greatest Comedienne"), Sydney Greenstreet, Ethel Morrison, Harry Puck, Arthur Treacher, Marie Dayne, etc. Directed by Duane Nelson. Choreographed by Harry Puck. Songs include: "Buy Your Way," "What Has Made the Movies?," "Honeymooning Blues," "Step to Paris Blues," etc.
60 Madcap Princess, A : "A New Comic Opera" with book and lyrics by Harry B. Smith (Founded upon "When Knighthood Was in Flower" by Charles Major). Music by Ludwig Englander. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Lulu Glaser, William Pruette, Bertram Wallis, Maurice Simms, etc.
60 Made In Bangkok : "A New Play" by Anthony Minghella. Produced by Michael Codron at the Aldwych Theatre (London - 1986) starring Felicity Kendal, Peter McEnery, Benjamin Whitrow, Paul Shelley, David Yip, etc. Directed by Michael Blakemore.
60 Made In Heaven : "Comedy" by Hagar Wilde. Produced by John Golden at Henry Miller's Theatre (NYC - 1947) starring Donald Cook, Sarah Burton, Tony Bickley, Carmen Mathews, Elaine Stritch, etc. Directed by Martin Manulis.
60 Made In Lanus : Book by Nelly Fernandez Tiscornia. Translated by Jack Agueros. Produced for Festival Latino 1990 and the New York Shakespeare Festival at the Harold Prince Theatre (Annenberg Center - University of Pennsylvania), Philadelphia (1990) starring Betiana Blum, Adrian Ghio, Marta Bianchi, Luis Brandoni, Marta Vidal and Luis Abreau. Directed by Luis Brandoni. Originally directed by Jorge Palaz.
60 Madeleine : "New Play" by Jean-Jacques Bernard (Translated by John Leslie Frith). Produced by The Cambridge Arts Theatre Trust and Norman Marshall's Company at Theatre Royal, Bristol (1943) starring Pamela Brown, Mary Hinton, Peter Copley, Greta Wood, Ninka Dolega, etc. Directed by Norman Marshall.
60 Mademoiselle : Book by Jacques Deval (Adapted by Grace George). Produced at various theatres (1932 - 33) starring Grace George, Alice Brady, A. E. Matthews, Peggy Conklin, May Marshall, etc. Directed by Clarence Derwent and Jacques Deval.
60 Mademoiselle Bourrat : Book by Claude Anet. Produced by The Civic Repertory (No location listed - 1929) starring Josephine Hutchinson, Alma Kruger, Robert Ross, Florida Friebus (Most famous for her roles on television's "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis," "The Bob Newhart Show," etc.), Leona Roberts, etc.
60 Mademoiselle Colombe : Book by Jean Anouilh (Adapted by Louis Kronenberger). Various productions (1954 - 58) starring Julie Harris, Edna Best, Eli Wallach, Sam Jaffe, Harry Bannister, Frank Silvera, William Windom, Mikhail Rasumny, Nehemiah Persoff, Lee Phillips, Alan Coates, Sarah Burton, Tom Bosley, etc. Originally produced (1954) by Robert L. Joseph and Jay Julien and Directed by Harold Clurman.
60 Mademoiselle Fifi : Book by Joseph R. Grismer and Leo Detrichstein (Adapted from the French of Mm. Dumanoir and Carre). Produced by the Messrs. Brady and Ziegfeld at various theatres (1899) starring Aubrey Boucicault, Marie Wainwright, Thomas H. Burns, Alice Judson, Josephine Knight, Charles E. Mitchell, Rose Coghlan, Grace George, Mabel Owens, Louise Beaudet, etc. Directed by Joseph R. Grismer.
60 Mademoiselle Modiste : "A Comic Opera" with book and lyrics by Henry Blossom. Music by Victor Herbert (Portrayed by Walter Connolly in the 1939 biopic, "The Great Victor Herbert"). Produced by Charles Dillingham at the Knickerbocker Theatre (NYC - 1906) starring Fritzi Scheff, William Pruette, Walter Percival, Leo Mars, Edna Fassett, Ada Meade, Bertha Holly, etc.
60 Mademoiselle Nitouche : "The Comic Vaudeville" by H. Meilhac and A. Milaud. Music by Herve. Produced at the Utica Opera House (NY - 1885) starring Lotta Crabtree (Portrayed by Mitzi Gaynor in the 1951 biopic, "Golden Girl"), C.H. Bradshaw, Frank Carlyle, Frank W. Parker, Bert Coot, etc.
60 Madge Smith, Attorney : Produced in 1901 (No location listed) starring May Irwin, Joseph M. Sparks, Ignacio Martinetti, Roland Carter, etc. Songs include: "The Turkey and the Turk," "Why Don't the Band Play," "I've Got Troubles of My Own," "I Ain't Going to Work No More," "Laid Him on the Shelf," etc.
60 Madonna Of The Future, The : "A Satire" by Alan Dale. Produced by Oliver Morosco at various theatres (1918) starring Emily Stevens, Frances Underwood, Jerome Patrick, Warburton Gamble, John Wilson, etc. Directed by Oliver Morosco and Franklyn Underwood.
60 Madly In Love : "A New Comedy" by Ruth Goetz (Adapted from a play by Andre Roussin). Produced by Joel W. Schenker and Roger L. Stevens at Frank J. Hale's Playhouse (Palm Beach - 1964) starring Celeste Holm, Jean-Pierre Aumont, MacDonald Carey, Patricia Harty, Martin Huston and Florence Phillips. Directed by George Keathley.
60 Madras House, The : Book by Harley Granville-Barker. Various productions (1921 - 77) starring Whitford Kane, Aline MacMahon, Warburton Gamble, Eugenie Woodward, Eugene Powers, John Roche, Frances Rule, Brenda Blethyn, Joss Ackland, Michael Medwin, Paul Scofield, etc.
60 Madre : Book by Rafael Marti Orbera (Adapted from the Spanish by Alfred Hickman). Produced by The Players Company at the Lenox Hill Theatre (NYC - 1923 - 24) starring Nance O' Neil, Irene Shirley, Helen Jackson, Clinton Owen, Frances Williams, Geronimo Villarino, etc. Directed by Henry Stillman.
60 Madwoman Of Chaillot, The : Book by Jean Giraudoux (Adapted by Maurice Valency). Various productions (1948 - 2008) starring Martita Hunt, John Carradine, Estelle Winwood, Nydia Westman, Jonathan Harris ("Lost in Space"), Harold Grau, Alan Shayne, Lois Sorin, Paul Byron, James Ramsey, Vladimir Sokoloff, Martin Kosleck, Clarence Derwent, Florence Reed, Melville Cooper, Tom Bosley ("Happy Days"), Guy Sorel, Robert Quarry ("Count Yorga, Vampire"), Alan Oppenheimer, Melinda Dillon, Aline MacMahon, Robert Prosky, Stephen Joyce, James Broderick (Father of Matthew Broderick), Jane Alexander, Violet Dunn, Earl Montgomery, Zoe Caldwell, James Ragan, Sue Ann Park, Vincent Baggetta, Eva LeGallienne, John Garfield, Jr., Sylvia Sidney, Leora Dana, Jane Seymour, Enid Wintsch, Catherine Anne Hayes, Frank Copeland, Mary Sue Fridge, Miskit Airth, Marylin Boyle, James Fox, Wade Taylor, Patricia Morton, Lola D' Annunzio, Joan Ostroff, Laura Esteramn, David Seder, Allison Ford, Daniel Lanning, etc. Originally produced (1948) and directed by Alfred de Liagre, Jr.
61 Maelstrom, The : "A New Play" by George W. Oliver. Produced by Henry Miller and W. Herbert Adams at the Windsor Theatre (London - 1926) starring Alison Skipworth, Walter Kingsford, Alf Helton, Basil Rathbone (By courtesy of Charles Frohman, Inc.), Hazel Whitmore, etc.
61 Magda : Book by Hermann Sudermann. Various productions (1895 - c. 1930) starring Helena Modjeska, Mrs. Fiske (Minnie Maddern Fiske), John Craig, Tyrone Power (Father of the Film star), Frank McCormack, Gertrude Norman, Olive Hoff, Edith Wright, Stella Patrick Campbell, Mrs. Patrick Campbell (Beatrice Stella Tanner), Frank Mills, Bertha Kalich, Mischa Auer, Warburton Gamble, Nance O' Neil, McKee Rankin, Fannie Cannon, etc.
61 Magdalena : "A Musical Adventure" by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan and Homer Curran. Music by Heitor Villa-Lobos. Lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest. Produced by Homer Curran at the Ziegfeld Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring Irra Petina, John Raitt, Dorothy Sarnoff, Hugo Haas, etc. Directed by Jules Dassin. Choreographed by Jack Cole. Songs include: "My Bus and I," "The Civilized People," "The Broken Pianolita," "The Forbidden Orchid," "The Singing Tree," "The Emerald," etc.
61 Maggie (By D. Mullally) : "A Comedy" by Don Mullally. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1923) starring Winifred Lenihan, Mary Shaw, Dodson Mitchell, Florence Short, etc. Directed by Lawrence Watson.
61 Maggie (By E. Peple) : "A Comedy" by Edward Peple. Produced by The Knickerbocker Players at the Empire Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1920) starring Minna Gombell, Walter Gilbert, Ralph Murphy, Ernest Cossart, William Goat, Adelaide Hibbard, etc. Directed by W.C. Masson.
61 Maggie (By H. Thomas) : "An Intimate Musical" by Hugh Thomas (Adapted from "What Every Woman Knows" by J.M. Barrie). Music and lyrics by William Roy. Various productions (1953 - 58) starring Betty Paul, Keith Andes, Odette Myrtil, Bramwell Fletcher, Celia Lipton, Irene Bordoni, John Hoyt, James Broderick (Father of Matthew Broderick), Marc Platt, Anita Ellis (Sister of Larry Kert. Worked as the dubbed movie singing voice of Rita Hayworth, Jeanne Crain and Vera - Ellen), Ella Logan, Douglas Fletcher Rodgers, Neil Fitzgerald, etc. Originally produced by Franklin Gilbert and John Fearnley and directed by Michael Gordon. Choreographed by June Graham. Songs include: "The Five Year Plan," "Moderation," "Charm," "Smile For Me," "What Every Woman Knows," etc.
61 Maggie Flynn : "A New Musical" with book, music and lyrics by Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore and George David Weiss in collaboration with Morton Da Costa (Based on an idea by John Flaxman). Produced by John Bowab at the ANTA Theatre (NYC - 1968) starring Shirley Jones, Jack Cassidy, Robert Kaye, Jennifer Darling, Robert Mandan ("Soap"), Irene Cara ("Fame"), etc. Directed by Morton Da Costa. Choreographed by Brian MacDonald. Songs include: "The Thank You Song," "Maggie Flynn," "I Won't Let It Happen Again," "Never Gonna Make Me Fight," "Pitter Patter," "Mr. Clown," etc.
61 Maggie May : "A New Musical" by Alun Owen. Music and lyrics by Lionel Bart. Produced by Bernard Delfont and Tom Arnold at the Adelphi Theatre (London - 1964) starring Georgia Brown, Kenneth Haigh, Andrew Keir, David Wilcox, Barry Humphries, Stephen Taylor, etc. Directed by Ted Kotcheff. Choreographed by Paddy Stone. Songs include: "Casey," "Shine, You Swine," "Stroll On," "The Land of Promises," "The World's a Lovely Place". "It's Yourself," etc.
61 Maggie Pepper : "A Comedy-Drama" by Charles Klein. Various productions (1911 - 15) starring Rose Stahl. Max Reynolds, Frank Hand, Alfred Lunt, George Ernst, Coral Ayres, Stuart Robson, Victor Travers, Laura Simms, Ruth Donnelly, Harry Penn, etc.
61 Maggie, The Magnificent : Book by George Kelly. Produced by Laurence Rivers at various theatres (1929) starring Joan Blondell, James Cagney, Shirley Warde, Frank Rowan, Mary Frey, Doris Dagmar, etc. Directed by George Kelly (Uncle of Grace Kelly).
61 Magic : "The Only Play" by G.K. Chesterton. Various productions (1917 - 42) starring Cathleen Nesbitt, Frank Conroy, Wallace Erskine, Eddie Dowling, Julie Haydon, Jess Barker, etc. Billed with "The Little Man" by John Galsworthy and "Hello Out There" by William Saroyan.
61 Magic And The Loss, The : "A New Play" by Julian Funt. Produced by Alexander H. Cohen and Ralph Alswang at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1954) starring Uta Hagen, Robert Preston, Lee Bowman, Edith Meiser, Danny Dennis, and Charles Taylor. Directed by Michael Gordon.
61 Magic Bride, The : "A New Domestic Romance" produced at the Theatre Royal, Lyceum (London - 1810). Billed with "False Alarms," "The Clandestine Marriage," "Lost and Found," "John Bull," "The Hypocrite," etc.
61 Magic Melody, The : "A Romantic Play with Music" with book and lyrics by Frederic Arnold Kummer. Music by Sigmund Romberg (Portrayed by Jose Ferrer in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart"). Produced by Max R. Wilner and Sigmund Romberg at various theatres (1919 - 20) starring Charles Purcell, Julia Dean, Tom McNaughton, Marion Dixon, etc. Directed by J. Clifford Brooke. Choreographed by Ed Hutchison. Songs include: "I Am the Pasha," "Two's Company, Three's a Crowd', "Queen of the Night," etc.
61 Magic Morning : "A New Play" by Thomas W. Phipps and Russell Medcraft. Produced by Rea John Powers at the Ivy Tower Playhouse (Spring Lake, NJ - 1954) starring Judith Evelyn, John Marriott, Lois Edwards, Mary Bell, etc. Directed by Edgar Kloten.
61 Magic Show, The : "America's Blockbuster Magic Musical Hit" by Bob Randall. Music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. Magic created by Doug Henning. Various productions (1974 - 76) starring Doug Henning, Rex Robbins, Lynne Thigpen (Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?"), Dale Soules, David Ogden Stiers ("MASH"), Cheryl Barnes, Anita Morris (Wife of Grover Dale), Joseph Abaldo, Peter Depaula, Connie Day, Jay Garner, etc. Originally produced (1974) by Edgar Lansbury (Brother of Angela Lansbury), Joseph Beruh and Ivan Reitman and directed and choreographed by Grover Dale. Songs include: "Up to His Old Tricks," "The Goldfarb Variations," "Before Your Very Eyes," etc.
61 Magic Slipper, The : "The Charming Operatic Extravaganza" produced by Bennett and Moulton's Juvenile Opera Company (No location or date listed) starring Annie Liebsch, Mamie Bruce, Ben Lodge, Frank Strout, etc. Songs include: "Naughty Young Prince," "Chimes of Normandy," "Nobody's Darling," etc.
61 Magistrate, The : "An Original Farcical Comedy" by Arthur W. Pinero. Various productions (1885 - 1986) starring Ada Rehan, Tyrone Power (Father of the film star), William Griffith, Herbert Gresham, Hobart Bosworth, Percy Haswell, Charles Fisher, John Drew, Otis Skinner, John Wood, May Irwin, Sydney Fletcher, Violet Cooper, Arthur Cecil, Gilbert Trent, Donald Sinden, Mary Howard, Donald Pleasence, Vaughan Glaser, Louis Albion, Roger Llewellyn, John Phillips, etc.
61 Magnificent Yankee, The : Book by Emmet Lavery. Various productions (1946 - 55)starring Louis Calhern (As "Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes"), Sylvia Field, Dorothy Gish, Fleming Ward, Philip Truex, Ed Neibling, etc. Originally produced (1946) and directed by Arthur Hopkins.
61 Magnolia (No author listed) : Produced at Hooley's Opera House (Chicago - No date) starring James O' Neil (Father of Eugen O' Neill), E.J. Buckley, W.H. Crane, Minnie Doysel, Louise Hawthorne, etc.
61 Magnolia (By B. Tarkington) : "A New American Comedy" by Booth Tarkington. Produced by Alfred E. Aarons at various theatres (1923) starring Leo Carrillo, Helen Flint, J.K. Hutchinson, John Rutherford, Ethel Wilson, Josephine Royle, John Mellon, etc. Directed by Ira Hards.
61 Magnolia Alley : "A New Comedy" by George Batson. Produced by Lester Cutler at the Mansfield Theatre (NYC - 1949) starring Jessie Royce Landis, Jackie Cooper, Bibi Osterwald, Anne Jackson (Wife of Eli Wallach), Julie Harris, Hildy Parks, Frances Bavier ("The Andy Griffith Show"), Brad Dexter ("The Magnificent Seven"), Don Kennedy, etc. Directed by Carl Shain.
61 Magpie Or The Maid, The : "The Popular Melo-Dramatic Entertainment" produced at the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh (1820 - 32). Billed with "Where Shall I Dine?," "Is He Jealous?," "Hallowe'en," "All In The Dark," etc.
61 Mahabharata, The : Trilogy - "The Game of Dice," "Exile in the Forest" and The War" by Jean-Claude Carriere (Adapted by Peter Brook). Produced by The Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), Centre International De Creations Theatrales and The Royal Shakespeare Theatre at the BAM Majestic Theatre (NY - 1987) starring Miriam Goldschmidt, Corinne Jaber, Tam-Sir, Urs Bihler, Richard Fallon, Bruce Myers, Yoshi Oida, etc. Directed by Peter Brook.
61 Maid And The Mummy, The : "A Musical Melange" with book and lyrics by Richard Carle. Music by Robert Hood Bowers. Produced by The Carle Amusement Company Enterprise at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Richard F. Carroll, Edward Garvie, Jess Caine, May Boley, Adele Rowland, etc. Directed by Charles Marks. Songs include: "My Egyptain [sic]Queen," "A Congress of Nations in Ragtime," "I'm So Dizzy," "Peculiar Julia," etc.
61 Maid In America : "A Revusical Production " with book and lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Music by Sigmund Romberg (Portrayed by Jose Ferrer in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart") and Harry Carroll. Produced by The Winter Garden Company at various theatres (1915) starring Jack Coogan, Eddie Cox, Bert Clark, Kathryn Andrews, John Sparks, Minerva Coverdale, etc. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Choreographed by Jack Mason. Songs include: "The Typical Opening Chorus," "The Girlie from the Cabaret," "Sister Suzie's Started Syncopation," "There's a Little Bit of Everything on Broadway," "You Can't Get Away from Tipperary," "When Grandma Was a Girl," etc.
61 Maid In The Ozarks : Book by Claire Parrish. Produced at the Great Northern Theatre (No location listed - c. 1942) starring Valerie Fisher, Paul Mikota, Frank Pacelli, etc. Directed by Dale Wasserman. "Added Intermission Specialty - Walter Cobb's Kentucky Blue Grass Boys").
61 Maid Marian : "A Sequel to Robin Hood" by Harry B. Smith. Music by Reginald De Koven. Produced by The Bostonians (No location listed - 1902) starring Frank Rushworth, Grace Van Studdiford, Henry Clay Barnabee, Adele Rafter, Albert Wilder, Belle Harper, etc. Directed by Klaw and Erlanger.
61 Maid Of Cashmere, The : "The Celebrated Ballet Opera" produced at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London - 1835). Billed with "My Wife! What Wife?," "Secret Service," and "The Celebrated Shawl Dance by Mademoiselle Taglioni".
61 Maid Of Croissey, The : or "Theresa's Vows" produced at the Theatre Royal, Dublin (1842). Billed with "Forty and Fifty," "Bombastes Furioso" and "Frightened to Death".
61 Maid Of Honor, The : Produced By the Boston Ideal Opera Company at the Utica Opera House ( Utica, NY - 1886) starring Tom Karl, Marie Stone, Lizzie Burton, etc.
61 Maid Of Honour, The : or "The Siege of Sienna" produced at various theatres in Great Britain (1832 - 40) starring Tyrone Power (Grandfather of the film star) and others. Billed with "The Picturesque," "Out of Place," "His First Champagne," "Dominique the Deserter and the Gentleman in Black," etc.
61 Maid Of Judah, The : or "The Knights Templars" by M. Rophino Lacey (Based on "Ivanhoe" by Sir Walter Scott). Produced at the Theatre Royal, Liverpool (1832). Billed with "The Waterman".
61 Maid Of The Mill, The : "Comick [sic.] Opera" by Isaac Bickerstaff (Jonathan Swift) produced at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London - 1812). Billed with "The Pannel".
61 Maid To Love : Book and lyrics by Raymond W. Peck. Music by Percy Wenrich. Produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1920) starring Vinton Freedley, Robert Woolsey (Of the comedy team, "Wheeler and Woolsey"), Tom Lewis, Lillian Ring, etc. Directed by Walter Wilson. Choreographed by Robert Marks. Songs include: "The Things I learned in Dear Old Jersey," "Girls All Around Me," "The Rocking Chair Fleet," "Oriental Serenade," etc.
61 Maids, The : Book by Jean Genet. Various productions (c. 1969) starring Bobbie Myers, Sherry Saxe, Kay Daphne, Linda Gulder, Carol Schlanger, Meral Taygun, Frances Reid, Priscilla Pointer, and Neva Fowler. Billed with "The Widow" by Edwin Honig.
61 Maids Of Siam : "A Merry Burlesque with Original Music" by A. M. Zinn. Produced by Phil Sheridan at various theatres (1904 - 05) starring Crissie Sheridan, Ruth Beacher, Fanny Dryden, Fred Barnes, May Irish, Flossie Gaylor, etc. Songs include: "Cigaret [sic.] Song," "Cachuca Dance," "Rag -Time Chinaman," etc.
61 Maids To Order : "A Three Act Musical Comedy" by William F. Carroll and Frank Dumont. Produced at Graff and Jacob's Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1898) starring James and John Russell ("The Famous Russell Brothers"), William Mason, John T. Cody, Joseph Petttingill, Annie Russell, Alice Cook, etc. Directed by Whitaker and Crossley.
61 Maid's Tragedy, The : Book by Beaumont and Fletcher. Produced at the Royalty Theatre (No location or date listed) starring Frank Lascelles, H. Tripp Edgar, King Fordham, Dora Hole, Ada Potter, Gertrude Templeton, Edith Fenton, etc.
61 Mail Coach Adventures : Produced at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden (London - 1815). Billed with "Fontainebleau," ""Her Masquerade," etc.
61 Main Line, The : or "Rawson's 'Y' " by H.C. De Mille and Charles Barnard. Produced at the Globe Theatre (No location or date listed) staring Etta Hawkins, Eloise Willis, Dora Stuart, Harry Allen, Harry Mills, H. C. De Mille, etc.
61 Mains Sales, Les : Book by Jean Paul Sartre. Produced by the Leeds University Union French Society (West Yorkshire, England - No date) starring Ann Clark, Peter Tebbit, Brian Keating, etc. Directed by Marie-Louise Thyss.
61 Maison Avant Tout, La : "Drama" by Pierre Hamp. Produced in Paris (No location or date listed) starring Francis Baissac, Jany Cazeneuve, Suzy Prim, etc.
61 Master Of The Woodbarrow, The : "A Story of Woodbarrow Farm, Devonshire" by Jerome K. Jerome. Produced by Daniel Frohman at various theatres (1890 - 91) starring E.H. Sothern, Rowland Buckstone, Owen Fawcett, Walter Craven, Cyril Scott, Augustus Cook, Tully Marshall, Allen Rollitt, etc.
61 Major Barbara : Book by George Bernard Shaw. Various productions (1915 - 80) starring Charles Laughton, Burgess Meredith, Glynis Johns, Eli Wallach, Cornelia Otis Skinner, Richard Lupino (Cousin of Ida Lupino. Son of Walter Lupino), Frieda Inescort, Maurice Wells, Philip Bosco, Paddy Croft, Jon De Vries, Rachel Gurney, Frank Hamilton, Jamey Sheridan, John Astin ("The Addams Family"), Louise Latham, Evans Evans, Phil Bruns, Carol Thompson, Helen Westley, Gale Sondergaard, Dudley Digges, Annie Russell, Granville Barker, Louis Calvert, Scott Hylands, Blythe Danner, David Birney, Norman Lloyd, Richard Dreyfuss, Grace George, Ernest Lawford, John Cromwell (Father of James Cromwell), Charlotte Granville, G. Guthrie McClintic, Mary Nash, Pearl Somner, Diana Sands, Michael Lipton, Alan Oppenheimer, Jeannette Clift, Janet Amos, Kate Reid, Clarence Derwent, Philip Loeb ("The Goldbergs"), Priscilla Pointer, Monte Markham, Robert Symonds, Edward Winter, Moira Shearer, Peter O' Toole, Maria Tucci, Christopher Gaze, Patricia Falkenhain, Peter Vogt, Stephen Lang, John Milligan, etc.
61 Major Pendennis : "Comedy" by Langdon Mitchell (Adapted from Thackeray's Novel). Produced by John D. Williams at various theatres (1916) starring John Drew, Brandon Tynan, Edith Shayne, Alison Skipworth, Walter Kingsford, Alice Chapin, Mary Worth, etc. Directed by B. Iden Payne.
61 Majority Of One, A : "The Comedy Smash Hit" by Leonard Spigelgass. Various productions (1960 - 62) starring Gertrude Berg ("The Goldbergs"), Cedric Hardwicke, Mae Questel (The cartoon voice of "Betty Boop" and "Olive Oyle"), Maurice Ottinger, Joyce Flynn, Barnard Hughes, Molly Picon ("The First Lady of the Yiddish Theatre"), Martyn Green ("The World's Foremost Authority and Performer of the Works of Gilbert and Sullivan"), John Alexander (Most famous as "Uncle Teddy" in "Arsenic and Old Lace" on stage and film), Maxine Elliott, Virginia Payne, Ina Balin, Michael Tolan, Sidi Adolf, Yankee Chang, etc. Originally produced (1960) by The Theatre Guild and Dore Schary and directed by Dore Schary (President of MGM, 1951- 56).
61 Make A Million : "A New Comedy" by Norman Barasch and Carroll Moore. Various productions (1959 - 61) starring Sam Levene ("Guy and Dolls"), Neva Patterson, Ralph Dunn, Conrad Janis ("Mork and Mindy"), Ty Perry, Ann Wedgeworth, Joy Harmon, Howard Freeman, Nelly Talbot, Phillip Pruneau, Leonard Frey ("The Boys in the Band," "Fiddler on the Roof," etc.), Margaret Janney, etc. Originally produced (1959) by Joel Spector and Sylvia Harris and directed by Jerome Chodorov.
61 Make A Note Of It : "An Intimate Revue" with music and lyrics by June Reizner. Produced at the Pittsburgh Playhouse (1962 - 63) starring Esther Lapiduss, Sherry Lane, William Glennon, Robert Parks, etc. Directed by Frederick Burleigh. Choreographed by Duncan Noble. Songs include: "True About Love," "Rock Bottom," "Natalie Wood," "Simplicity," "Driving Me Crazy at the Drive-In," etc.
61 Make A Wish : "A New Musical Comedy" by Preston Sturges (Based on "the Good Fairy" by Ferenc Molnar). Music and lyrics by Hugh Martin. Produced by Harry Rigby and Jule Styne with Alexander H. Cohen at the Winter Garden Theatre (NYC - 1951) starring Nanette Fabray, Stephen Douglass ("Damn Yankees"), Helen Gallagher ("No, No Nanette"), Phil Leeds, Melville Cooper, Harold Lang ("Pal Joey" - 1952 revival), etc. Directed and choreographed by John C. Wilson. Songs include: "The Time Step," "Who Gives a Sou?," "When Does This Feeling Go Away?," "That Face!". "Over and Over," "Make a Wish," etc.
61 Make Mine A Manhattan : Book by John Murray Anderson. Music by Henry Sullivan. Lyrics by Ira Leff. Produced by Nicky Blair at Nicky Blair's Carnival (NYC - No date) starring Ray Bolger, The Wiere Brothers, Beatrice Kraft, Kaye Ballard, Eileen O' Dare, Yvonne Adair, etc. Directed by John Murray Anderson. Choreographed by Richard Barstow. Songs include: "Carnival Cocktail," "The Pink Lady," "Wine Women and Song," "Dancing Down the Ages," "Make Mine a Manhattan," etc.
61 Make Mine Manhattan : "A New Musical Revue" with sketches and lyrics by Arnold B. Horwitt. Music by Richard Lewine. Produced by Joseph M. Hyman at various theatres (1948 - ) starring Sid Caesar, David Burns, Jack Kilty, Biff McGuire, Tony Charmoli, Joshua Shelley, Eleanor Bagley, Sheila Bond, Max Showalter, George Spelvin, Skip Randall, etc. Directed by Hassard Short and Max Liebman ("Your Show of Shows"). Choreographed by Lee Sherman. Songs include: "Anything Can Happen in New York," "The Good Old Days," "Saturday Night in Central Park," "Ring -A-Levio," "Grand Central Station," etc.
61 Make Way For Lucia : Book by John Van Druten (Based on the Novels by E.F. Benson). Produced by The Theatre Guild at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring Isabel Jeans, Cyril Ritchard, Catherine Willard, Viola Roache, Philip Tonge, Essex Dane, Kurt Kaszner, etc. Directed by John Van Druten.
61 Makers Of Light : Book by Frederick Lansing Day. Produced at The Neighborhood Playhouse of the Henry St. Settlement (NYC - 1922) starring Junius Mathews, Eva Condon, Frederick Lloyd, Augustin Sweeney, etc.
61 Making A Gentleman : Book by Alfred Sutro. Produced at the Garrick Theatre (London- 1909) starring Kenneth Douglas, Edmund Maurice, Bertram Forsyth, Dallas Cairns, Muriel Beaumont, Ethel Irving, etc.
61 Making A Man Of Him : "A New Play" by Geraldine Bonner and Hucheson Boyd. Produced by O.D. Woodward at the Century Theatre (St. Louis - 1913) starring Eva Lang, Virginia Goodwin, Marcia Harris, Inez Lyman, John Ellis, etc. Directed by O.D. Woodward.
61 Makin'-Hey While The Sun Shines : "A New Musical Extravaganza" produced at the Palace Theatre (Walthamstow, London - 1945) starring Syd Makin ("Priority for Laughter"), Jock Thompson, Archie Taylor, Ted Case, Trixie Mason ("The Live Wire of Comedy"), The Gordon Ray Ballet, Hal Stone ("The Debonair One"), etc.
61 Making Of Americans, The : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection - See "Opera and Operetta Programs".
61 Making Waves : "A Swashbuckling Musical Voyage Through the 18th Century, In Which We Meet Some Most Peculiar Sailors Who Are Not All They Seem" by the Public Parts Theatre Company. Music by Helen Porter. Produced at the Bristol Old Vic (England - No date) starring Tim Crouch, Karen Hayes, Maudie Smith and Carrie Wale. Directed by Julia Limer.
61 Makropoulis Secret, The : Book by Karel Capek (A New Adaptation by Tyrone Guthrie). Produced by T. Edward Hambleton and Norris Houghton at the Phoenix Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Eileen Herlie, Conrad Bain, Eric House, William Hutt, Nancy Malone, Taylor Graves, etc. Directed by Tyrone Guthrie. Produced at The Provincetown Playhouse (MA - No date) starring Max Levine, William Whiting, Joab Robin, etc. Directed by Bob Murphy.
61 Malcolm : Book by Edward Albee (Based on the novel by James Purdy). Produced by Richard Barr and Clinton Wilder at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1966) starring Ruth White, Henderson Forsyth, Estelle Parsons, Alice Drummond, Alan Yorke, Wyman Pendleton, etc. Directed by Alan Schneider. Song: "Hot in the Rocker" - Music by William Flanagan and lyrics by Edward Albee.
61 Male Animal, The : Book by James Thurber and Elliott Nugent. Various productions (1940 - 82) starring Elliott Nugent, Amanda Randolph ("Make Room for Daddy," "Amos and Andy," etc.), Don De Fore ("Hazel"), Leon Ames ("Meet Me in St. Louis" on film), Julie Stevens ("The Romance of Helen Trent" on radio), Ruth Matteson, Martha Scott ("Our Town" on film), Robert Preston, Halliwell Hobbes, Ruth McDevitt, Henry Fonda, Helen Carew, Elizabeth Love, Buddy Ebsen, Charles Lang, Dorothy Blackburn, Kay Hubbell, Art Meister, Laura Livingston, Clifford Cothren, Jane Rosinksi, Dion Chesse, June Buisset, George Cary, etc. Originally produced (1940) and directed by Herman Shumlin.
61 Male Intellect: An Oxymoron, The : "A Naughty-Nice Comedy for Adults" by Robert Dubac. Produced at the Marine's Memorial Theatre (San Francisco - No date) starring Robert Dubac.
61 Maloney's Delemma [sic.] : or "Come Down and We'll Make It Pleasant for You" produced by Pat Maloney's Irish Comedy Company at Blanchard's Opera House (Montpelier, VT - 1888) starring Pat Maloney, Will Yeager, Maude Werner, Bosa Hatch, etc.
61 Malvaloca : Book by Jacob S. Fassett, Jr. (Translated from the Spanish of Serafin and Joaquin Alvarez Quintero). Produced by the Equity Players at the 48th Street Theatre (NYC - 1922) starring Jane Cowl (Through the courtesy of Selwyn and Company), Jessie Ralph, Rollo Peters, John Parrish, etc. Directed by Augustin Duncan.
61 Mama's Crazy Horse Rockin' Again : Book by Bess Codling. Produced at the Clark Theatre Center for the Performing Arts (NYC - No date). Directed by Fred Benjamin.
61 Mamba's Daughter : Book by Dorothy and DuBose Heyward (Based on the novel by DuBose Heyward). Produced by Guthrie McClintic at various theatres (1939 - 54) starring Ethel Waters, Fredi Washington (Star of the 1934 film version of "Imitation of Life"), Maude Russell, Willie Bryant, Alberta Hunter ("Remember Ny Name" on film), John Kerr, Canada Lee, Henry Scott, Estelle Hemsley, Jose Ferrer, Anne Brown (Original "Bess" in George Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess"), etc. Originally produced (1939) and directed by Guthrie McClintic (Husband of Katharine Cornell).
61 Mame : "A New Musical" by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee (Based on the novel, "Auntie Mame" by Patrick Dennis and the play by Lawrence and Lee). Music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Various productions (1966 - 95) starring Angela Lansbury, Beatrice Arthur, Jane Connell, Willard Waterman, Randy Kirvy, George Coe, Sab Shimono, Frankie Michaels, Jane Morgan, Anne Francine, Helen Gallagher, Edie Adams (Wife of Ernie Kovacs), Isabelle Farrell, Mark Dawson, Ginger Rogers, Gary Warren, Ann Miller, David Manning, Celeste Holm, Loretta Switt ("MASH"), Wesley Addy (Husband of Celeste Holm), Ruth Gillette, David Huddleston, Vicki Cummings, Priscilla West, Carolyn Caracausa, Stuart Getz, Gretchen Wyler ("Silk Stockings"), Cathryn Damon ("Soap") (Star of "The Great Gildersleeve" on radio from 1950-55), Gordon Connell (Husband of Jane Connell), Cindy Elliott, Richard Cohn, Blythe Branch, John C. Becher, Faye St. Clair, Telsa Hamlin, Greg Mirkus, etc. Originally produced (1966) by Fryer, Carr and Harris, directed by Gene Saks (Husband of Beatrice Arthur) and choreogrphed by Onna White. Songs include: "It's Today," "Open a New Window," "My Best Girl," "We Need a Little Christmas," "Mame," "Bosom Buddies," "If He Walked Into My Life," "That's How Young I Feel," etc.
61 Mamma! : "Farcical Comedy" by Sydney Grundy (Translated from "Les Surprises du Divorce" by arrangement with John Hare). Produced at the Royal Court Theatre (London - 1888) starring John Hare, Arthur Cecil, Eric Lewis, John Wood, Annie Hughes, etc. Billed with "Hermine" by Charles Thomas starring Eric Lewis, Sydney Brough, Florence Wood, etc.
61 Mamma Mia! : "A New Musical Based on the Songs of ABBA" by Catherine Johnson. Music and lyrics by Benny Anderson, Bjorn Ulvaeus and some songs with Stig Anderson. Various productions (1999 - 2007) starring Louise Pitre, David W. Keeley, Tim Maddigan, Judy Kaye, Ken Marks, Suzie Jacobsen Balser, Tia Altinay, Valisia Lekae Little, Travis Robertson, Patrick Gallo, Lauren Mufson, etc. Originally produced (2000) by Judy Craymer, Richard East and Bjorn Ulvaeus, directed by Phyllida Lloyd and choreographed by Anthony Van Last. Songs include: "Dancing Queen," "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do," "Mamma Mia," "S.O.S.," "Take a Chance on Me," "The Winner Takes It All," etc.
61 Mamma's Affair : "The Harvard Prize Play" by Rachel Barton Butler. Produced by Oliver Morosco at the Fulton Theatre (NYC - 1920) starring George Le Guere, Ida St. Leon, Effie Shannon, Robert Edeson, Amelia Bingham, etc. Directed by Priestly Morrison.
61 Mam' selle 'Awkins : Book by Richard Carle. Music by Alfred E. Aarons and Herman Perlet. Produced by Alfred E. Aaron's Musical Comedy Company at the New National Theatre (Washington, DC - 1900) starring Edward S. Abelos, William Burress, Harry Kelly, Olive Wallace, Lillian Stanford, etc. Songs include: "It's a 'andyThing to Have About the 'ouse," "Rob Roy Tam O' Shanter O' Brien," "My Almond - Eyed Boy," "Don't Start No Argerment," etc.
61 Mam' Zelle : "An Original Comedy" produced by various theatrical companies at various theatres (1885 - 1914) starring Kate Foley, Ida Rock, Alice Harrison, Marie Aimee, Leo Coople, Charlene Weidman, Isabel Rae, Forrest Orr, Harrison Ford, Frank Pellegrini, Edith Speare, Alma Tell, Albert Roscoe, Reginald Denny, etc.
61 Mam'Zelle Nitouche : "A Musical Comedy" by Meilhac, Millaud and Herve. New musical numbers by Carl Kiefert and J.H. Yorke. Additional lyrics and scenes by Clifton Bingham and E.W. Bowles. Produced at the Royal Court Theatre (London - No date) starring Robert Pateman, Joseph Tapley, Lawrence Grossmith, Arthur Playfair, Florrie Wilson, etc. Directed by Robert Pateman. Choreographed by Madame Rosa. Billed with "Uncle Thatcher" by Clive Brooke starring Florence Haydon, Violet Lyster, W.F. Hawtrey, etc.
61 Man, The : "A New Play" by Mel Dinelli. Various productions (1950 - 62) starring Dorothy Gish, Peggy Ann Garner ("A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" on film), Richard Boone ("Have Gun, Will Travel"), Robert Emhardt, Don Hammer, Oliver Thorndike, Melinda Markey, Robert Horton ("Wagon Train" on TV), etc. Originally produced (1950) by Kermit Bloomgarden and directed by Martin Ritt.
61 Man About Town, A : "The Pantomime" produced by William Harris, Jr. at the Ritz Theatre (NYC - 1921) starring Deems Taylor, Ernest Hunter, Austin Strong, George Mitchell and Henry Clapp Smith. Billed with "Mary Stuart" by John Drinkwater starring Charles Francis, Russ Whytal, Clare Eames, Charles Waldron, Thurston Hall, etc. Directed by Lester Lonergan.
61 Man And Boy : Book by Terence Rattigan. Various productions (1963 - 2011) starring Charles Boyer, Austin Willis, Jane Downs, William Smithers, Louise Sorel, Geoffrey Keen, Barry Justice, Frank Langella, Adam Driver, Francesca Faridany, Zach Grenier, Brian Hutchison, Virginia Kull, Michael Siberry, etc.
61 Man And His Wife, A (By G. Bolton) : "A New Play" by Guy Bolton. Produced by Paul Elliott and Duncan C. Weldon in association with Michael Benthall at the Ashcroft Theatre (London - 1974) starring Nigel Stock, Barbara Jefford, Monica Grey, Peter Welch, Max Latimer, Peter Frye, John Justin, etc. Directed by Michael Benthall.
61 Man And His Wife, A (By G. Fleming) : Book by George Fleming. Produced by Charles Frohman and the Empire Theatre Company at the Empire Theatre (NYC - No date) starring William Faversham, Guy Standing, E.Y. Backus, Jessie Millward, Lillian Thurgate, etc. Billed with "The Bugle-Call" by Louis Parker and Addison Bright starring Joseph Wheelock, Jr., John R. Sumner, Rose Eytinge, Margaret Anglin, etc. Directed by Joseph Humphreys.
61 Man And Some Women, A : Book by Githa Sowerby. Produced by the Shaw Festival at the Court House Theatre (Niagara -On -The Lake, Ontario - 2012) starring Graeme Somerville, Marla McLean, Sharry Flett, Kate Hennig, Jenny L. Wright, etc. Directed by Allen Cole. Original music by Allen Cole.
61 Man And Superman : "A Comedy and Philosophy" by George Bernard Shaw. Various productions (1905 - 80) starring Maurice Evans, Malcolm Keen, Dorothy Eaton, Morton DaCosta, James Daly (Father of Tyne Daly and Tim Daly), Sorrell Booke ("The Dukes of Hazard"), Rex Robbins, David Metcalf, George Grizzard, Ann Sachs, Philip Bosco, Laurie Kennedy, Louis Lippa, Richard Woods, John Carroll, David Berman, Robert Loraine, Grace Moore (Portrayed by Kathryn Grayson in the 1953 biopic, "So This Is Love"), Frank Middlemass, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Peter O' Toole, David King, John Clements, Arthur Hill, Richard Easton, Rosemary Harris, Keene Curtis, Richard Pasco, Susan Hampshire, Ted Follows, Deborah Cass, Stuart Vaughn, Stephen Joyce, Granville Barker, Edmund Gwenn ("Kris Kringle" in "Miracle on 34th Street"), Lewis Casson, Robert Murch, Guy Standing, Ian Richardson, Carole Shelley, etc.
61 Man And Wife : or "More Secrets Than One!" produced at various theatres in Great Britain and the United States (1810 - 44). Billed with "Grace Huntley!," "Two Strings to Your Bow," "The Bee Hive," "Transformation," "No Song No Supper," "The Review," Souter Johnnie," "Mr. Weeks," "The Coronation," etc.
62 Man Better Man : "A Play With Music and Dance" by Errol Hill. Produced by The Yale University School of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1962) starring Philip Proctor, Janet Sarno, Robert Schumaker, Keith Fowler, Dan Travanti (Star of television's "Hill Street Blues"), Joan Van Ark (Co-star of television's "Knot's Landing"), Joseph Nassif, Walter Reed, etc. Directed by Nikos Psacharopoulos. Choreographed by Geoffrey Waddell.
62 Man Between, The : "The Great American Play" by Rupert Hughes. Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio - 1911) starring Vaughan Glaser, Harrison Stedman, James Hester, Frank Wilson, Kathleen Brown, Temperance Reid, Fay Courteney, etc. Directed by Vaughan Glaser.
62 Man-Eaters, The : Book by Anne Piper. Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal (1959) starring Margaret Courtenay, Prunella Scales, Cynthia Grenville, Helen Lindsay, etc. Directed by John Hale.
62 Man-Eating Tiger, The : "A New Farce" by Ben Hecht and Rose Caylor. Produced by Sam H. Harris at the Walnut Street Theatre (Philadelphia - 1927) starring Carlotta Irwin, Helen Flint, Tom Powers ( Co -star of "The Public Enemy" on film), Hugh Cameron, John Gallaudet, Robert Keith (Father of actor Brien Keith), etc. Directed by Albert Lewis.
62 Man For All Seasons, A : "Best Play of Critics Circle and Antoinette Perry Awards" by Robert Bolt. Various productions (1960 - 71) starring Paul Scofield, Thomas Gomez, George Rose, Albert Dekker ("Dr. Cyclops" on film), William Redfield, Carol Goodner, David J. Stewart, Peter Brandon, Keith Baxter, Sarah Burton, William Roderick, Bruce Gordon ("Frank Nitti" on television's"The Untouchables"), Norman Sorrell, Lee Arnett, West Dobson, Faye Dunaway, William Bogert, Roger C. Carmel (Co -star of television's "The Mothers-In -Law"), Laurence Luckinbill (Husband of Lucie Arnaz. Co-star of original stage production and film "The Boys in the Band"), Harrison Nelson, Richard A. Dysart, Emlyn Williams ("Night Must Fall"), Douglas Watson, Ted Otteson, Don Rausch, Leo McKern ("Ryan's Daughter," "Help," etc.on film. "Rumpole of the Bailey" on TV), Charleton Heston, Michael Egan, Christopher Cary, Don Knight, Ernest Sarracino, Albert L. Smelko, Isa Thomas, Polly Holliday ("Flo" on television's "Alice"), Jack Masters, Robert Harris, Dick O' Neill, Jeff Morrow, Robert Donley, Leonard Rossiter (Star of "The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin" on BBC TV), Frank Shelley, Dan Jesse, Thomas C. Nash, John Ellsworth, Ken Curtis, etc. Originally produced (1960) by H.M. Tennent and directed by Noel Willman.
62 Man From Blankley's, The : "A Comedy" by F. Anstey. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1903 - 06) starring Charles Hawtrey, Fred Thorne, Henry Kemble, Henry Stephenson, Herbert Ross, Fanny Brough, Maude Shelton, Adie Burt, etc. Billed with "Compromising Martha" by Keble Howard.
62 Man From Cook's, The : "The New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Henry Blossom (Adapted from the French of Maurice Ordonneau). Music by Raymond Hubbell. Produced by Klaw and Erlanger at the New Amsterdam Theatre (NYC - 1912) starring Walter Percival, Leslie Kenyon, Marion Murray, Eleanor Pendleton, May Leslie, Daisy Rudd, etc. Directed by Ben Teal. Songs include: "Little Tin Soldier," "We Can't Do Without the Men," "A Little Pot of Tea," "Just As You Are," etc.
62 Man From Home, The : "The Success of the Century" by Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson. Produced at various theatres (1908 - 13) staring William Hodge, Henry Jewett, Hassard Short, Olive Wyndham, Ida Vernon, Harold Russell, Arthur Bell, Walter Marshall, Harry Farnham, etc.
62 Man From Mexico, The : "The Farce" by H.A. Du Suchet. Various productions (1897 - 1911) starring William Collier, Reginald Mason, Paula Marr, Walter Perkins, Lillian Sefton, Violet Rand, Ralph Kellard, Ralph Locke, Lewis Parmenter, Vaughan Glaser, Walter Allen, William Redmond, Laura Hope Crews ("Aunt Pittypat" in "Gone With the Wind"), Frances Starr, Dan Mason, etc.
62 Man From Now, The : "A Musical Fantasy" with book and lyrics by John Kendrick Bangs and Vincent Bryan. Music by Manuel Klein. Produced by Henry W.Savage at the Tremont Theatre ("The Safest Theatre in Boston" - 1906) starring George O' Donnell, Walter Lawrence, Hattie Arnold, Helen Hale, Lucy Tonge, etc. Directed by George Marion. Songs include: "It's Rah! Rah! Rah!" "Up to Date," "My Gasoline Maid," "The Wireless Telephone," "What's the Matter With Our Team," etc.
62 Man From Toronto, The : "A Smart Comedy" by Douglas Murray. Produced at the Selwyn Theatre (NYC - 1926) starring Peg Entwistle (Most famous for committing suicide by leaping from the "H" in the "Hollywoodland" sign), Gavin Muir, George Graham, Curtis Cooksey, Ethel Martin, etc. Directed by lbert Bannister.
62 Man Higher Up, The : "An American Play" by Edith Ellis (Based on the novel by Henry Russell Miller). Produced at the Olympic Theater (Chicago - 1912) starring Edward E. Ellis, George Parker, Albert Perry, Frank S. Bixby, George Spelvin, Kate Jepson, etc. Directed by Robert Milton.
62 Man Holland, The : "A New Play" by Sidney R. Buchman. Produced by Arthur Lubin and Richard Krakeur at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1930) starring Paul Muni, Paul Guilfoyle, Constance McKay, Victor Kilian ("The Fernwood Flasher" on television's "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman"), Billy Fay, etc. Directed by Leo Bulgakov.
62 Man In Possession, The : "A Comedy" by H.M. Harwood. Various productions (1930 - 41) starring Frances Ruttledge, Paul Gill, Isabel Jeans, Leslie Banks, Ralph Forbes, Betty Furness, Ruth Thane McDevitt, Anthony Kemble Cooper, etc. Originally produced (1930) by The Professional Players and directed by H.M. Harwood. Produced in 1941 by Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson ("Hellzapoppin") and directed by James Neilson.
62 Man In The Dog Suit, The : "A Comedy" by Albert Beich and William H. Wright (Based on the novel by Edwin Corle). Various productions (1957 - 71) starring Jessica Tandy, Hume Cronyn, Cathleen Nesbitt, Clinton Sundberg, Carmen Mathews, Carol Murphy, Jack Dunathan, Linda Swartz, Tom Hatten, Richard Darrow, James Odom, Jenna McMahon (Award winning writer - "The Carol Burnett Show," "Soap," etc.), Marjorie Bennett, Jayne Carvel, Hank Stohl, etc. Originally produced (1957) by Charles Mooney and directed by Melvyn Douglas.
62 Man In The Glass Booth, The : Book by Robert Shaw (Co-star of "Jaws," From Russia With Love," "The Battle of the Bulge" etc. on film). Various productions (1967 - 69) starring Donald Pleasence, Lawrence Pressman, Yootha Joyce, Leonardo Cimino, Max Howard, Geraldine Kay, Jack Warden, Ben Kapen, etc. Original 1967 production directed by Harold Pinter.
62 Man In The Iron Mask, The : "The Romantic Tragedy" by Donald Robertson. Produced at the Bastable Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1896) starring Donald Robertson, Brandon Douglas, Everet King, Augustin Duncan, William Morris, etc. Directed by S.H. Solomon.
62 Man In The Moon, The : "The Great Golden Spectacle" by Louis Harrison and Stanislaus Stange. Music by Ludwig Englander and Gustave Kerker. Music of the Ballets by Reginald de Koven. Produced at The New York and Promenade Deluxe (1899) starring John E. Henshaw, Louis Wesley, Sam Bernard, Marie Dressler, Violet Hollis, Ruby Reid, Louie Freear, etc. Directed by George W. Lederer.
62 Man In The Moon, Jr., The : "A Spectacular Fantasy" by Louis Harrison and Stanislaus Stange. Music by Frederic Solomon and Reginald de Koven. Produced at the Chestnut Street Theatre (Philadelphia - No date) starring Julius Steger, Fred Solomon, Sam Bernard, Violet Hollis, Bessie Wynn, Zaza Belasco, etc. Directed by Frederic Solomon. Songs include: "The Spirit of Mischief and Sprites," "The Orchid Ballet," "Up in the Silvery Moon," "He Belongs to Me," etc.
62 Man In The Raincoat, The : Book by Peter Ustinov. Produced by The Sherek Players at the Edinburgh International Festival of Music and Drama (1949) starring Mary Ellis, George Coulouris, Percy Cartwright, Julian Somers and Alan Wheatley. Directed by Peter Ustinov.
62 Man Inside, The : "A Drama of Crime' by Roland Hurnham Molineux. Produced by David Belasco at various theatres (1913) starring A. Byron Beasley, Charles Dalton, Milton Sills, Lawrence Wood, Jerome Kennedy, etc. Directed by David Belasco.
62 Man Of Destiny, The : "Comedy" by George Bernard Shaw. Various productions (1957 - 58) starring Geraldine Kay, George McGlynn, Frank Roach, David Rayborn, Karen Pack, etc. Billed with two other plays by George Bernard Shaw, "Androcles and the Lion" and "The Great Catherine".
62 Man Of Forty, The : "A Modern Play" by Walter Frith. Produced by Daniel Frohman's Company at Daly's Theatre (NYC - 1900) starring John Mason, Edward Morgan, William Courtenay, Grant Stewart, Hilda Spong, Cecelia Loftus, Alison Skipworth, etc.
62 Man Of La Mancha : "A New Musical Play" by Dale Wasserman. Music by Mitch Leigh (Also famous as the composer of the "Nobody Doesn't Like Sara Lee" commercial jingle.). Lyrics by Joe Darion. Various productions (1966 -97) starring Richard Kiley, Irving Jacobson, Bruce MacKay, Robert Rounseville, Joan Diener, Dwight Frye, Ray Middleton (Created the role of "Frank Butler" in "Annie Get Your Gun"), Bob Wright, Joey Faye (Half of the film comedy duo, "Mack and Myer for Hire" with Mickey Deems), Bernice Massi, David Holliday, David Atkinson, Charles West, Keith Andes, Sandy Kenyon, Kirby Smith, Jose Ferrer, George Wallace, John Cullum, Marion Marlowe (One of "The Little Godfreys" on The Arthur Godfrey Show"), David Frank, Richard Morris, Jim Brandt, Keith Michell, Bernard Spear, Harvey Lembeck ("Eric Von Zipper" in the "Beach Party" films), Wilbur Evans, Marilyn Sokol, Alan Crofoot, Laurence Guittard, Earl Wrightson, Lew Wasserman, Joy Franz, John Raitt, Herbert Frith, Tommy Badley, Robert Goulet, Susan Hoffman, Michael Goulet (Son of Robert Goulet), Darryl Ferrer, Gideon Singer, Leo Bloom, Sammy Smith, Hal Holbrook, etc. Originally produced by Albert W. Selden and Hal James, directed by Albert Marre and choreographed by Jack Cole. Songs include: "I, Don Quixote," "Dulcinea," "I'm Only Thinking of Him," "Little Bird, Little Bird," "The Impossible Dream (The Quest)". "A Little Gossip," etc.
62 Man Of The Hour, The : "A Modern Play" by George Broadhurst. Various productions (1907 - 13) starring Holbrook Blinn, George Fawcett, Douglas Fairbanks, John Emerson, Lillian Kemble, Charles Mackay, Harold Russell, Harry Mills, Joseph Sweeney, Forrest Orr, Harrison Ford, etc.
62 Man Of The Moment : "New Play" by Alan Ayckbourn. Produced at the Globe Theatre, London (1990) starring Gareth Hunt, Louisa Rix, Diane Bull, David Cunningham, Daniel Collings, Nigel Planer, Carlan Dewar, Lisa Richards, Shirley-Anne Selby, Tessa Worsley, Paul Stewart, Terence Booth, etc. Directed by Alan Strachan. Music by Paul Todd.
62 Man Of The People, A (By T. Dixon) : "The New American Drama of Lincoln" by Thomas Dixon (Author of "The Clansman" and "The Birth of a Nation"). Produced at the Shubert-Princess Theatre (Chicago - No date) starring Howard Hall as "Abraham Lincoln". Directed by Augustin Duncan.
62 Man Of The People, A (By M. Nobles) : "Great American Melo-Drama" by Milton Nobles. Produced at the Grand Opera House (St. Louis - 1879) starring Milton Nobles, Fanny Lewis Burt, Willie B.Wright, John Smythe, etc.
62 Man Of The Red Mansion, The : "A Tale of the Hundred Days" produced at the Royal Victoria Theatre (London - 1854) starring Henry Frazer, N.T. Hicks, Charles Rice, etc. Billed with "The Slave Hunt," "The Bottle," "The Courier of Lyons," etc.
62 Man Of The World, A : "A New and Original Comedietta" by Augustus Thomas. Produced at the Madison Square Theatre (NYC - 1889 - 90) starring Maurice Barrymore (Patriach of the Barrymore acting family), Walden Ramsey, Henry Woodruff and Nannie Craddock. Directed by Frank A. Howson. Billed with "Aunt Jack" by Ralph R. Lumley and starring Agnes Booth, Eugenie Tabor, E.M. Holland, Louis Masson, Frederic Robinson, etc.
62 Man Of The World, The : "The Celebrated Comedy" produced at the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh (1823). Billed with "The Magpie or the Maid".
62 Man On The Box, The : "An American Comedy" by Grace Livingston Furniss (A dramatization of Harold MacGrath's novel). Various productions (1905 - 14) starring Henry E. Dixey, Sydney Booth, Oliver Doud Byron, John Westley, Edith Bellows, Carlotta Nillson, Ralph Murphy, Reginald Denny, Alma Tell, Albert Roscoe, etc.
62 Man Who Ate The Popomack, The : "A Tragi-Comedy" by W.J. Turner. Produced by The Cherry Lane Players (NYC - 1924)) starring Bert Young, Esther Belford, Thurston Macauley, Sarah Truax, Reginald Travers, Walter Plunkett, etc. Directed by Reginald Travers.
62 Man Who Built The Fence, The : "A Spectacular Satire" with book and lyrics by Barney Gerard. Music by Albert Von Tilzer. Produced by Miner and Gerard at Miner's 8th Avenue Theatre (NYC - 1910) starring Charles J. Burkhardt, Louie Dacre, Kathryn Delmar, Sam Hearn, Fanny Williams, Esther Powers, etc. Songs include: "It's Nice to Be a Dutch Girl's Boy," "Sail Through the Skies," "Congress of Nations," etc.
62 Man Who Came Back, The : "An American Play" by Jules Eckert Goodman (Based on the work of John Fleming Wilson). Various productions (1916 - 26) starring Henry Hull ("The Werewolf of London " on film), Clifford Dempsey, Paul Atherton, Dorothy Bernard, Frank Wilcox, Kay Strozzi, Yoshio Hanti, J. Dwight Rogers, Walsh Baldwin, Mary Nash, Dudley Clements, Nick Long, William Masson, etc. Originally produced by William A. Brady and directed by John Cromwell.
62 Man Who Came To Dinner, The : "A New Comedy" by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Various productions (1939 - 2004) starring Monty Woolley (Portrayed by Monty Woolley in the 1945 biopic of Cole Porter, "Night and Day" and by Allan Corduner in the 2004 biopic, "De-Lovely"), Mary Wickes, Philip Truex, Edith Atwater, Dudley Clements, Rex O' Malley, David Burns, Phil Sheridan, Gale Gordon ("Mr. Mooney" on television's "The Lucy Show"), Frances Reid, Ezra Stone (Radio's "Henry Aldrich"), Betty Linn, Jack Collins, John Bailey, Alexander Woolcott (Portraying "Sheridan Whiteside," a character based on himself), Erik Rhodes, Minnie Dupree, Lyle Bettger, Sidney Stone, Clifton Webb, Barry Sullivan, Dale Bugos, Bennett Stephens, George Lessey, Hubert Harper, Mark Hammer, Elizabeth Ashley, June Barrie, Harold Innocent, Peter Postlethwaite, Peggy Mondo, Charles Crowley, Roscoe Lee Browne, Bruce Weitz (Co- star of television's "Hill Street Blues"), Paul Casella, Norman Ferdinand, Virginia Hammond, George Brengel, etc. Originally produced (1939) by Sam H. Harris and directed by George S. Kaufman.
62 Man Who Changed His Name, The : Book by Edgar Wallace. Produced by Frank Conroy at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Fay Bainter, Frank Conroy, Derek Fairman, etc. Directed by Clifford Brooke.
62 Man Who Forgot, The : "Demanding a Nation Wide Prohibition" by James Hay, Jr. Produced by Margaret Stahl at various theatres (c. 1919).
62 Man Who Had Three Arms, The : Book by Edward Albee. Various productions (1982 - 83) starring Robert Drivas, Patricia Kilgarriff, Wyman Pendleton, William Prince, etc. Directed by Edward Albee.
62 Man Who Married A Dumb Wife, The : "Charming Comedy" by Anatole France. Various productions (1915) starring O.P. Heggie, Walter Geer, Mary Forbes, Isabel Jeans, Edgar Kent, Ernest Cossart, Ruby Blyth, etc. Directed by Granville Barker. Billed with "Adrocles and the Lion" by George Bernard Shaw
62 Man Who Owns Broadway, The : "A Musical Version of 'Popularity' " by George M. Cohan. Various productions (1909 - 13) starring Raymond Hitchcock, Stanley Forde, Flora Zabelle, Lora Lieb, Ralph Kellard, Florence Edney, etc. Originally produced (1909) by Cohan and Harris and directed by George M. Cohan.
62 Man Who Reclaimed His Head, The : Book by Jean Bart. Produced by Arthur Hammerstein (Uncle of Oscar Hammerstein II) and L. Lawrence Weber at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Claude Rains, Carleton Young, Jean Arthur, Julien Garfied (John Garfield), etc. Directed by Herbert J. Biberman.
62 Man Who Stayed At Home, The : Book by J.E. Harold Terry and Lechmere Worrall. Various productions (1915 - 18) starring Isobel Elsom, Dennis Eadie, Stanley Logan, Viola Roach, Leon Gordon, H. Conway Wingfield, Harry Ashford, Mabel Reed, Reginald Sheffield, etc.
62 Man Who Was, The : Book by Kinsey Piele (Based on the work of Rudyard Kipling. No location or date listed. The play stars Gladys Granger, A.S. Homewood, Charles Combe, etc.
62 Man With The Golden Arm, The : Book by Jack Kirkland (Based on the novel by Nelson Algren). Produced by Contemporary Theatre, Inc. at the Cherry Lane Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Robert J. Loggia (Star of television's "T.H.E. Cat"), Vincent Gardenia, Diana Sands, Frederick O' Neal, etc. Directed by Louis MacMillan.
62 Man With A Load Of Mischief, The : "A Comedy" by Ashley Dukes. Various productions (1925) starring Alfred Clark, Fay Compton, Joyce Kenney, Leon Quartermaine, Ruth Chatterton, Robert Loraine, Ralph Forbes, etc.
62 Man With Three Wives, The : "An Operetta" by Franz Lehar (American version by Agnes Bangs Morgan). Lyrics by Harold R. Atteridge. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at various theatres (c. 1913) starring Jack McCay, Robert Ranier, Dorothy Webb, Leslie Kenyon, Cecil Lean, Charlotte Greenwood, Dolly Castles, Arthur Geary, etc. Directed by J.C. Huffmann and William J. Wilson. Songs include: "There's Always a Girl Who is Waiting," "The Temporary Widow," "Tootsie Wootsie," "Man Is Faithful Till He's Caught," etc.
62 Man Without A Country, The : Book by James W. Harkins, Jr. Produced by Cyril Norman at the Academy of Music (Chicago - 1894) starring Frederick Reynolds, T.B. Dunn, Herbert Hanscombe, Henry Stockbridge, etc. Directed by Cyril Norman.
62 Management : "Mgmt" by Jon Arlow. Produced by the Forum Laboratory of the Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles - 1977) starring Russell Johnson ("The Professor" on television's "Gilligan's Island"), Bill Irwin, Barry Brown, etc. Directed by Robert Calhoun.
62 Mandarin, The : "A Play of Another World" by Herman Bernstein. Produced at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1920) starring Brandon Tynan, Cyril Raymond, Edna Milton, Louise Orth, etc. Directed by W.H. Gilmore.
62 Mandrake, The : Book by Niccolo Machiavelli (Translated by Wallace Shawn). Music by Richard Weinstock. Produced by Joseph Papp at The Other Stage/Public Theater (NYC - No date) starring Tom Costello, Larry Pine, Wallace Shawn (Star of the film, "My Dinner with Andre"), Corinne Fischer, James Lally, etc. Directed by Wilford Leach.
62 Maneuvers Of Jane, The : Book by Henry Arthur Jones. Various productions (1899 - 1900) starring Charles Walcot, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Mary Mannering, Alison Skipworth, Cyril Maude, Winifred Emery, etc.
62 Manfred : "The Grand Dramatic Poem" by Lord Byron. Produced at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden (London - 1834). Billed with "The Malediction," "The Jungfrau Mountain," etc.
62 Manhattan : "A New American Comedy" by Leighton Osmun and Henry Hull. Produced by William A. Brady at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1922) starring Norman Trevor, Hubert Druce, Hilda Spong, Leila Bliss, Albert Gran, etc. Directed by John Cromwell.
62 Manhattan Mary : "A New Musical; Comedy - Clean From Beginning to End" with book, lyrics and music 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"), William K. Wells and George White. Produced by George White at various theatres (1927 - 28) starring Ed "The Perfect Fool" Wynn, Ona Munson ("Belle Watling" in "Gone With the Wind"), Lou Holtz, Adele Smith, Harland Dixon, Mae Clarke (Co-star of the film, "The Public Enemy"), The McCarthy Sisters, De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Paul Frawley (Brother of William Frawley), etc. Directed by George White. Songs include: "Nothing But Love," "Memories," "My Blue Bird's Home Again," "Hudson Duster," etc.
62 Manhattan Nocturne : "A New Play" by Roy Walling. Produced by Walter Drey and George W. Brandt at the Forrest Theatre (NYC - 1943) starring Eddie Dowling, Wendell Corey, Lorraine MacMartin, Howard Smith, etc. Directed by Stella Adler.
62 Manhatters, The : "An Intimate Musical Review" with sketches by Alene Erlanger and George S. Oppenheimer. Music by Alfred Nathan. Lyrics by George S. Oppenheimer. Produced at the Selwyn Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring James Norris, Burke Royce, Edward Hale, Doris Vinton, Sally Bates, Raymond Knight, Aida Ward, etc. Directed by Elizabeth B. Grimball and Dave Bennett. Choreographed by Dave Bennett. Songs include: "Up On High," "What We Pick Up," "Love's Old Sweet Song," "Nigger Heaven Blues," "Mammy," etc.
62 Man's A Man, A : Book by Bertolt Brecht (Adapted by Eric Bentley). Various productions (1962 - 68) starring Clifton James, Olympia Dukakis, Ken Kercheval (Co-star of television's "Dallas"), Michael Conrad (Co-star of television's "Hill Street Blues"), David Spielberg, Terry Lomax, Helena Carroll, Charles Durning, Marshall Efron, John Heffernan, Jenny Egan, Michael Granger, David Spielberg, etc. Originally produced (1962) by The New Repertory Theatre Company and directed by John Hancock.
62 Man's Enemy : "The Dramatic Event of the Year" by Charles H. Langdon and Eric Hudson at the Bastable Theatre (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Theodore Babcock, Duncan Preston, Thad Shine, Herman Hirshberg, Blanche Douglass, etc. Directed by Fred Darcy.
62 Man's Estate : Book by Beatrice Blackmar and Bruce Gould. Produced by The Theatre Guild At the Biltmore Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Dudley Digges, Elizabeth Patterson, Earle Larimore, Armina Marshall, etc. Directed by Dudley Digges.
62 Man's Man, A : "A Comedy of Life Under the "L' " by Patrick Kearney. Produced by The Stagers (No location listed - 1925) starring Dwight Frye (Co-star of the films, "Dracula" and "Frankenstein"), Margaret Love, Josephine Hutchinson, Arthur Hughes, Jean Worth, Clarke Billings, etc. Directed by Edward Goodman.
62 Man's Reach : "Award Winning Drama" by Gladys L' Ashley Hoover. Produced by John C. Barner for The Harmonie Associates (Ambridge, PA - 1958). Directed by Stephan J. Graf.
62 Man's Shadow, A : Produced in 1905 (No location listed _ 1905) starring James Fernandez, Lionel Brough, E. M. Robson, Francis Chamier, Constance Collier, etc.
62 Man's World, A : Book by Rachel Crothers. Produced by the Messrs.Shubert at various theatres (1910 -11) starring Mary Mannering, Ruth Holt Boucicault, Helen Ormsbee, Ernest Perrin, Mark Short, etc. Directed by Rachel Crothers.
62 Manor Of NorthStead, The : Book by William Douglas Home. Produced by Peter Saunders at the Duchess Theatre (London - 1954) starring Arthur Hewlett, A.E. Matthews, Charles Heslop, Lorraine Clewes, Jean Lodge, etc. Directed by Wallace Douglas.
62 Many Happy Returns : "A New Comedy" by Clare Kummer. Produced by Harry Bloomfield at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - No date) starring Henry Hull, Mary Astor, Neil Hamilton ("Commissioner Gordon" on television's "Batman"), Jayne Cotter, Ivan Simpson, etc. Directed by Henry Hull and Rex O' Malley.
62 Many Loves : Book by William Carlos Williams. Produced by Living Theatre Productions (NYC - 1959) starring George Miller, Judith Mallina, Murray Paskin, Dorothy Dill, Melvin Clay, Eileen Fulton (Star of television's "As the World Turns"), etc. Directed by Julian Beck.
62 Many Mansions : "A Minister's Love Story" by Jules Eckert Goodman and Eckert Goodman. Produced at various theatres (1937) starring Dan Duryea, Maurice Hunt, Vaughan Glaser, Robert Shayne ("Inspector Henderson" on television's "The Adventures of Superman"), William Price, Alexander Kirkland, George Lessey, etc. Directed by Lee Strasberg.
62 Many Waters : "A New Play" by Monckton Hoffe. Various productions (1928 - 29) starring Ernest Truex, Whitmore Humphreys, Marda Vanne, Aubrey Dexter, Paul Gill, etc.
62 Marathon ' 33 : Book by June Havoc (Portrayed as "Dainty June" in the play and films, "Gypsy"). Produced by The Actor's Studio Theatre at The ANTA (American National Theatre and Academy) Theatre (NYC - 1963) starring Julie Harris, Conrad Janis (Co-star of television's "Mork and Mindy"), Olive Deering, Brooks Morton, Philip Kenneally, Logan Ramsey, Doris Roberts (Co-star of television's "Everybody Loves Raymond"), Gabriel Dell (Original member of "The Dead End Kids"), Tim Everett ("The Music Man," Dark at the Top of the Stairs," etc.), Lane Bradbury, Iggie Wolfington, Lonny Chapman, Lane Allen, Joe Don Baker ("Buford Pusser" in "Walking Tall" film series). Ralph Waite (Co-star of television's "The Waltons"), etc. Directed by June Havoc (Assisted by Tim Everett). Music by Conrad Janis and His Tail Gate 5. Entire production under the supervision of Lee Strasberg.
62 March Hares : "A Fantastic Satire" by Harry Wagstaff Gribble. A revival produced by Charles L. Wagner at the Little Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring Richard Bird, Vivian Tobin, Natalie Schafer ("Mrs. Howell" on television's "Gilligan's Island"), Josephine Hull ("Arsenic and Old Lace," ("Harvey," etc.), Dorothy Stickney ("Life With Father," etc.), etc. Directed by Daniel Frawley.
62 March Of The Falsettos : "A New Marvin Musical" by William Finn. Produced by Andre Bishop for Playwrights Horizons (NYC - 1981) starring Michael Rupert, Alison Fraser, Stephen Bogardus, James Kushner and Chip Zien. Directed by James Lupine. Songs include: "4 Jews in a Room Bitching," "My Father's a Homo," "A Tight-Knit Family," "Father to Son," etc.
62 Marche Nuptiale, La : Book by Henri Bataille (No location or date listed) starring Charles Schauten, Raymond Faure, Andree Mery, Jeannette Travers, Paul Cerny, etc.
62 Marching Song (By J.H. Lawson) : Book by John Howard Lawson ("The Hollywood Ten"). Produced by The Theatre Union at the Bayes Theatre (NYC - 1937) staring Charles Kuhn, Charles Smith, Rex Ingram, Robert Reed, Lester Lonergan, Jr., Frances Bavier ("Aunt Bee" on "The Andy Griffith Show"), Curt Conway, Martin Wolfson, Lester Lonergan III, etc. Directed by Anthony Brown.
62 Marching Song (By J. Whiting) : Book by John Whiting. Various productions (1954 - c. 1970) starring Paul Lee, Mary Savidge, Perlita Neilson, John Kidd, Leonardo Cimono, Max Howard, Rebecca Taylor, Ann Casson, etc.
62 Marco Millions : Book by Eugene O' Neill. Produced by The Theatre Guild at various theatres (1928 - 30) starring Vincent Sherman, Albert Von Dekker (Albert Dekker), Alfred Lunt, Morris Carnovsky, Henry Travers ("Clarence the Angel" in "It's A Wonderful Life"), Ernest Cossart, Sanford Meisner, Dudley Digges, Sydney Greenstreet, Paul Yost, Philip Foster, Claude Rains, etc. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian.
62 Marco Polo Sings A Solo : Book by John Guare. Produced by Joseph Papp for the New York Shakespeare Festival at the Newman/Public Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Madeline Kahn, Joel Grey, Anne Jackson, Chris Sarandon, Sigourney Weaver, etc. Directed by Mel Shapiro.
62 Marcus : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection. See "Shakespeare Collection - Modern Adaptations".
62 Marcus In The High Grass : "A New Play " by Bill Gunn. Produced by Stella Holt, Carl Salmaggi and George White at the Greenwich Mews Theatre (NYC - 1960) starring Burt Brinckerhoff, David Ford, Parker McCormick, Eulalie Noble, Max Gulack, etc. Directed by Brian Shaw.
62 Margaret Schiller : "New Play " by Hall Caine. Produced by Charles Frohman and Klaw and Erlanger at various theatres (1916) starring Elsie Ferguson, Norman Trevor, Leslie Palmer, David Kimball, Warburton Gamble, Paul Doucet, etc.
62 Margin For Error : "A Satirical Melodrama" by Clare Boothe (Luce). Produced by Richard Aldrich (Portrayed by Richard Crenna in the 1968 biopic of Gertrude Lawrence, "Star") and Richard Meyers at various theatres (1940) starring Sheldon Leonard (Famed character actor and legendary television producer - "Make Room for Daddy," "The Andy Griffith Show," "I Spy," etc.), John McKee, Doris Dudley, Alexander Clark, Don Terry, Bert Lytell, Otto L. Preminger (Character actor and film and theatre director and producer), Leif Erickson, etc. Directed by Otto L. Preminger.
62 Margot : Book by Edouard Bourdet. Music by Georges Auric and Francis Puolenc. Produced in Paris (1935) starring Janine Lutz, Henri Peiffert, Charles Aznavour (Songwriter - "Yesterday, When I Was Young," "The Old Fashioned Way," "She," etc.), Claude Mengal, Mona Dol, etc. Directed by Pierre Fresnay.
62 Marie Golovin : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection - See "Opera and Operetta Programs".
62 Mariage De Mlle. Beulemans, Le : "A Comedy" by Frantz Fonson and Fernand Wicheler. Produced by Charles Frohman at The Globe Theatre (London - No date) starring Jules Berry, Gilberte LeGrand, etc.
62 Marianne : "A New Musical Play" by Sylvia Regan and Kenneth White. Music by Abraham Ellstein. Lyrics by Beatrice and Lothar Metzl and Robert B. Sour. Produced by B.P. Schulberg and Marian Gering at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1944) starring Ernest Truex, Jerry Wayne, Virginia MacWaters, Mary Jane Walsh, Jean Darling, Paul Reed, etc. Directed by Marion Gering. Choreographed by Helen Tamaris. Songs include: "We Are Not Alone," "You've Got to Build Up Your Resistance," "Always Goodbye," "The Pom Pom on Your Hat', etc.
62 Marie-Odile : "A New Play" by Edward Knoblauch. Produced by David Belasco at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1915) starring Frances Starr, Marie Wainwright, Alice Martin, Sally Williams, Henry Vogel, Paul Stanley, etc.
62 Mary Broome : Book by Allan Monkhouse. Produced by the Mint Theatre Company (NYC - 2012) starring Rod Brogan, Janie Brookshire, Katie Fabel, Kristin Griffith, Roderick Hill, Julie Jesnick, Patricia Kilgarriff, Graeme Malcolm, Douglas Rees, Erica Swindell, Jill Tanner, etc.
62 Mary Tudor : "Drama" by Victor Hugo (Translated by George Burnham Ives). Music by Maurice Jarre. Various productions (1932 - 58) starring Cleland Davis, S. Wesley McKee, Stanley Wood, George Sklar, Frederick Burleigh, Jean Topart, Marie Casares, Georges Wilson, Philippe Noiret, etc.
62 Marigold : "An Arcadian Comedy" by L. Allen Harker and F.R. Pryor. Produced by Simon Ord at the Kingsway Theatre (London - 1928) starring Jean Douglas-Wilson, Christine Jensen, Alice Calvert, Jean Clyde, etc. Directed by Norman Page.
62 Marino Faliero : "Doge Of Venice" by Lord Byron. Produced at the Theatre Royal, Dublin (1842). Billed with "The Miller and His Men," "The Wife," etc.
62 Maritana : Produced at the Blanchard Opera House (Montpelier, VT - 1886) starring Etta Kileski, Gertrude Edmands, J.C. Bartlett, Myron Clark, Walter Robbins, etc.
63 Mariners : Book by Clemence Dane. Produced by The Actor's Theatre at The Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring Pauline Lord, Beulah Bondi, Mary Kennedy, Madeline Barr, Hugh Sinclair, etc. Directed by Guthrie McClintic.
63 Marinka : "A New Romantic Musical" by George Marion, Jr. and Karl Farkas. Music by Emmerich Kalman. Lyrics by George Marion, Jr. Produced by Jules J. Leventhal and Harry Howard at various theatres (1945) starring Joan Roberts (Courtesy of David O. Selznick), Harry Stockwell, Romo Vincent, Luba Malina, Taylor Holmes, Ruth Webb, Jerry Wayne, John Cassidy, etc. Directed by Hassard Short. Choreographed by Albertina Rasch. Songs include: "One Touch of Vienna," "If I Never Waltz Again," "The Cab Song," "One Last Love Song," "Treat a Woman Like a Drum," "Young Man Danube," "Sigh By Night," etc.
63 Marionettes, The : "The Comedy" by Pierre Wolfe (Translated by Gladys Unger). Produced by Charles Frohman at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1911) starring Alla Nazimova, Frank Gillmore, Arthur Lewis, Edward Fielding, Kate Meek, Grace Carlyle, Eileen Kearney, etc.
63 Marius : Book by Marcel Pagnol (Adapted by Sydney Howard). Produced by Gilbert Miller at the Garrick Theatre (Philadelphia - 1931) starring Otis Skinner, Homer Barton, Donald Blackwell, Henry De Koven, Mary Howard, Ruth Travers, etc.
63 Marjolaine : "The New Musical Play" by Catherine Chisholm Cushing (Adapted from "Pomander Walk" by Louis N. Parker). Music by Hugo Felix. Lyrics by Brain Hooker. Produced by Russell Janney at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1922) starring Peggy Wood (Star of television's "I Remember Mama" and co-star of the film version of "The Sound of Music'), Lennox Pawle, Royal Cutter, Daisy Belmore, Albert G. Andrews, etc. Directed by Russell Janney and W.H. Post. Choreographed by Bert French. Songs include: "Punch and Judy," "Song of a Sailor," "Music Box," "Syringa Tree," etc.
63 Marjorie : "The New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Fred Thompson, Clifford Grey and Harold Atteridge. Music by Sigmund Romberg, Herbert Stothart, Philip Culkin and Stephen Jones. Produced by Rufus R. LeMaire and Richard W. Krakeur in association with Jack Nicholas at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1924) starring Elizabeth Hines, Andrew Tombes, Richard Skeet Gallagher, Roy Royston, Ethel Shutta ("Follies"), Nan Crawford, Portland Hoffa (Wife of Fred Allen), etc. Songs include: "Listening to the Radio," "Popularity," "Super-Sheik," "Forty-Second Street Moon," "When I Show 'Em This," etc.
63 Mark Twain Tonight! : "A Re-creation of America's Greatest Humorist" starring Hal Holbrook. Produced by John Lotas at various theatres (1957 - 74). Also performed by John Chappell (no date).
63 Marked For Life : "Celebrated Sensational Drama" by Frank Dumont. Produced at the Windsor Theatre (Boston - 1887) starring Sid C. France ("The Justly Famous Star"), Harry Fielding, Charles Edwards, Ada West, Harry Lewis, Annie Filson, etc.
63 Marlowe : "A New Rock Musical" with book and lyrics by Leo Rost. Music and Lyrics by Jimmy Horowitz. Produced by Tony Conforti at the Rialto Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Patrick Jude (As "Christopher Marlowe"), Lisa Mordente (Daughter of Chita Rivera and Tony Mordente), Raymond Serra, Steve Hall, Robert Rosen, Lennie Del Duca, Jr. (As "William Shakespeare"), etc. Directed by Don Price. Choreographed by Don Price and Peter Moore. Songs include: "Because I'm a Woman," "The Ends Justify the Means," "Rocking the Boat," "So Do I (Ode To Virginity)', "Live For the Moment," "The Madrigal Blues," etc.
63 Marquis De Priola, The : Book by Henri Lavedan. Produced at the New National Theatre (Washington, DC - 1919) starring Leo Ditrichstein, Brandon Tynan, Orlando Daly, Jane Grey, Lily Cahill, etc.
63 Marquis De Sade's "Philosophy In The Boudoir," The : Book by Eric Kahane (Translated by Alex Szogyi). Produced by Noel Weiss and Leonard Soloway at the Gramercy Arts Theatre (NYC - c. 1969) starring Anna Shaler, Dean Santoro, Vincent Baggetta (Star of television's "The Eddie Capra Mysteries"), Joan Shepard, Gwyda Donhowe, etc. Directed by Tom Gruenewald.
63 Marquise, The : Book by Noel Coward. Produced by Paul Elliot and Duncan C. Weldon at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre (Stratford Upon Avon - 1972) starring Glynis Johns ("A Little Night Music" on stage, "Mary Poppins" on film, etc.), Richard Todd, Barry Sinclair, etc. Directed by Roger Redfarn.
63 Marriage : "An Utterly Incredible Incident" by Nicolai Gogol. Produced by Anmer Hall at the Westminster Theatre (London - 1937 - 38) starring Waldo Wright, Ruth Taylor, Audrey Cameron, Graighall Sherry, etc. Directed by Rolo Gamble.
63 Marriage A La Carte : "A Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by C.M. S. McLellan. Music by Ivan Caryll. Produced at The Casino Theatre (NYC - 1911) starring Ida Barnard, May Misskel, Esther Bissett, Harry Conor, C. Morton Horne, Norman A.Blume, Lionel Walsh, etc. Songs include: "When Zim Zim Go the Cymbals," "What's the Use of Going to Bed," "Such a Bore," "Captain Dinklepop," "Did You Ever," etc.
63 Marriage Bed, The : Book by Ernest Pascal. Produced by Sam H. Harris in association with Felix Young at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Ann Davis, Louise Huntington, Edwin Stanley, Elizabeth Patterson, Allan Dinehart, etc. Directed by Robert Milton.
63 Marriage Dance, The : "An Evening of Farce" by Bertolt Brecht ("The Wedding") and Georges Feydeau ("The Purging"). Produced by the Brooklyn Academy of Music Theater Company (1980) starring Avril Gentles, Christine Estabrook, Norman Snow, Roxanne Hart, Guy Michaels, Bill Moor, Brian Murray, etc. Directed by Andre Ernotte.
63 Marriage Game, The (No author listed) : Produced by The 16th Edward F. Albee Stock Company at B.F. Keith's Theatre (Providence, RI - 1916) starring Minor Watson, Lawrence Evart, Stuart Beebe, Ralph Remley, Ida Stanhope, Berton Churchill, etc. Directed by James H. Doyle.
63 Marriage Game, The (By C. Fitch) : Book by Clyde Fitch (adapted from the French of Emile Augier) at the Broad Street Theatre (Philadelphia - 1901) starring Edwin Arden, Guy Bates Post, J.B. Booth, Sadie Martinot, etc. Directed by Edwin Arden.
63 Marriage-Go-Round, The : "A New Play" by Leslie Stevens. Various productions (1958 - 62) starring Charles Boyer, Claudette Colbert, Julie Newmar, Edmon Ryan, Michael Lombard, Valedia Hill, Gordon Smith, Catherine Harding, Rhonda Fleming, John Baragrey, Lynne Forrester, Charles Braswell, Mary Barker, Paul Geisenhof, Paul Delville, Content Lowell, etc. Originally produced (1958) by Paul Gregory and directed by Joseph Anthony.
63 Marriage Has Been Arranged, A : "A Comedy" by Alfred Sutro. Produced by "Theatricals in Aid of the Permanent Fund of the East End Christian Union" at Brattle Hall (Cambridge, MA - No date) starring Thomas A. Jaggar, Jr. and Annie B. Chapman. Billed with "A Lesson in Love" by Charles Smith Cheltman.
63 Marriage Is For Single People : "A New Comedy" by Stanley Richards. Produced by Ruth Holden at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - c. 1944) starring Ruth Holden, Frances Thaddeus, Islay Benson, Peggy French, John Robb, Bob Kennedy, etc. Directed by Edward Clarke Lilley.
63 Marriage Is For Two : "A Comedy" by Thomas Coley and William Roerick. Produced by The Lakewood Players at the Lakewood Theatre (Skowhegan, ME - 1954) starring Ruth Holden, Frances Waller, Nancy Cushman, Louis Girard, etc. Directed by Henry Richards.
63 Marriage Market, The : "The Musical Comedy Success" by M. Brody and F. Martos (Adapted for the English Stage by Gladys Unger). Music by Victor Jacobi. Lyrics by Arthur Anderson and Adrian Ross. Various productions (1913 - 14) starring Pop Cory, Tom Walls, Robert Michaelis, Maurice Tosh, Winifred Barnes, Elise Craven, Gertie Millar, Donald Brian, Guy Nichols, Winship Fink, Frank Adair, Moya Mannering, etc. Originally produced in London by George Edwardes and directed by Edward Royce. Originally produced on Broadway by Charles Frohman and directed by Edward Royce. Songs include: "Over the Hills in Monterey', "The Mendocino Stroll," "Hand in Hand," "June Is In the Air," "Irish Husband," "The Futurist Twirl," "I'm Not a Silly Little Billy," "Very Little Time for Loving," etc.
63 Marriage-Not, The : "A Comedy" by Joseph Noel. Produced by Cecil B. De Mille at the Powers Theatre (Chicago - 1912) starring Selma Maynard, Robert Drouet, Oza Waldrop, Fritz Williams, Sybilla Pope, Charlotte Carter, Alexander Leftwich, etc.
63 The Marriage of Bette and Boo : Book by Christopher Durang. Produced by the Roundabout Theatre Company at the Laura Pels Theatre (Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre), NYC (2008) starring Terry Beaver, Heather Burns, Victoria Clark, John Glover, Kate Jennings Grant, Julie Hagerty, Adame LeFevre, Zoe Lister-Jones, etc. Directed by Walter Bobbie.
63 Marriage Of Columbine, The : "A Comedy" by Harold Chapin. Produced by The Punch and Judy Theatre Company (NYC - No date) starring Charles Hopkins, John Edward Emery, Louise Closser Hale, Vera Pole, Charles Hampden, Linda Bolton, etc. Directed by Lionel Belmore.
63 Marriage Of Convenience, A : Book by Sydney Grundy (From the French of Dumas). Various productions (1897 - 1918) starring John Drew, Arthur Byron, Graham Henderson, Isabel Irving, Elsie De Wolfe, Henry Miller, Ruth Chatterton, Lowell Sherman, Billie Burke (Wife of Florenz Ziegfeld), Lucile Watson, Frank Kemble Cooper, Lewis Sealy, Cyril Maude, Sydney Valentine, Winifred Emery, Sutton Barnes, etc.
63 Marriage De Figaro, Le : Book by Beaumarchais. Produced by Sol Hurok and "Theatre De France" at New York City Center (1964) starring Madeleine Renaud, Jean-Louis Barrault, Luis Masson, Simone Valere, Denise Benoit, etc. Directed by Jean-Louis Barrault. Choreographed by Jose Torres.
63 Marriage Of Kitty, The : Book by Cosmo Gordon Lennox (From the French of Fred De Gresac and Francis De Croisset). Various productions (1902 - 14) starring Marie Tempest, Leonard Boyne, Gilbert Hare, Ellis Jeffreys (By Kind Permission of Mr. Frank Curzon), Elsie Chester, Ada Ferrar, Herbert Ross, Rose Musgrove, Claude Fleming, Athol Forde, Florence le Clercq, Charlotte Walker, Guy Coombs, Alice Butler, Albert Roscoe, Almma Tell, etc.
63 Marriage Of Mr. Mississippi, The : Book by Friedrich Duerrenmatt (Translated by Michael Bullock). Music by Conrad Susa. Produced at The Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles - 1967) starring Jack Alberson ("The Subject Was Roses," "Top Banana," etc. on stage and film. "Chico and the Man," etc. on television,), Bill Glover, Edward Andrews, Nan Martin, Helen Page Camp, etc. Directed by Malcolm Black.
63 Marriage Of Reason, A : "The New Modern Comedy' by J. Hartley Manners. Produced by Klaw and Erlanger at Wallack's Theatre (NYC - 1907) starring Kyrle Bellew, Fannie Ward, Julia Dean, Margaret Fuller, Frederic De Belleville, Conway Tearle, Lord Delcombe, etc.
63 Marriage Play : Book by Edward Albee. Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami, Fl - 1992) starring Kathleen Butler and Tom Klunis. Directed by Arnold Mittelman.
63 Marriage Proposal : Book by Anton Chekhov. Various productions (1928 - 66) starring Katharine Elkus, Anne Spock, Katherine Ewing, Helen Sanford, Mitchell Gardner, Sidney Levine, etc.
63 Marriage Question, The : "A Play of Springtime and Love Eternal Told in a Modern Way" by Ralph T. Kettering and Lorin Howard. Produced by Edward Rowland and Lorin J. Howard at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1917) starring Frank Francis, Esther Evans, Wanda Ludlow, Rose Lamareaux, etc. Directed by Lorin Howard. Billed with "Katzenjammer Kids".
63 Marriage Spectre, The : Book by Alexandre Dumas ("Specially adapted from the Francillon of M. Dumas with the author's full consent and approval."). Produced at the Rockford Opera House (Illinois - c. 1907) starring Kyrle Bellew, Verner Clarges, Henry Chanfrau, Annie Sutherland, Marion Erle, etc.
63 Married Bachelor, The : "The Petite Comedy" produced at the Theatre Royal, Dublin (1838). Billed with "L' Eliser D' Amore," etc.
63 Married With Money : "The Great Comedy" produced at the Original People's Theatre (Brattleboro, VT - No date) starring Hal Warren, Hattie Henry, Howard Glendale, May Warren, etc. Billed with "The Fellow That Looks Like Me" starring Edward Burton as "Cupid".
63 Married Life! : Produced at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market (London - 1834). Billed with "The Hypocrite," "The Magpie," etc.
63 Married Rake, The : Produced at Theatre Royal, Dublin (1836). Billed with "A Day in Paris" and "Hamlet" (Starring Edmund Kean).
63 Marry At Leisure : "A New Light Comedy" by Frank Vosper. Produced by Norman Loring at Theatre Royal, Haymarket (London - 1931) starring Marie Tempest, Charles Hickman, Alan Napier ("Alfred the Butler" on television's "Batman"), Clare Greet, Lola Duncan, Whimore Humphreys, etc. Directed by W. Graham Browne and Frank Cosper.
63 Marry In Haste : "A New Romantic Farce" by Anna Nichols. Produced at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1919) starring Fiske O' Hara, Robert H. Russell, Patricia Clary, Gertrude Richie, Dean Reed, Laurette Allen, etc. "Mr. O' Hara will sing the following songs during the performance especially written for the play: 'The Kind of Girl I Mean', 'I' m Falling in Love With You Dear', "Peggy McVey', 'There's a Charm of Dear Old Ireland in Your Eyes' ".
63 Marry Me A Little : Book by Craig Lucas and Norman Rene. Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Produced by Diane de Mailly in association with William B. Young at the Actors' Playhouse (NYC - 1980) starring Suzanne Henry and Craig Lucas. Directed by Norman Rene. Choreographed by Don Johanson. Songs include: "Can That Boy Foxtrot!," "All Things Bright and Beautiful," "A Moment With You', "There Won't Be Trumpets," "So Many People," etc.
63 Marrying Mary : "A New Musical Play" by Edwin Milton Royle. Music by Silvio Hein. Lyrics by Benjamin Hapgood Burt. Produced by Daniel V. Arthur at the Illinois Theatre (Chicago - 1907) starring Marie Cahill, Nellie Lynch, Mark Smith, Bessie Graham, Mary Worthington, etc. Songs include: "I Want To Go Back to the Boulevard," "Cousin of Mine," "I Want to Wed a Soldier Boy," "I Love You in My Dum, Dum Dummy Way," etc.
63 Marrying Of Ann Leete, The : Book by Harley Granville Barker. Produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company (London - 1975) starring Paul Rogers, Estelle Kohler, Mia Farrow, John Boswall, Norman Tyrrell, Oliver Cotton, etc. Directed by David Jones.
63 Marseilles : Book by Sidney Howard (Adapted from the work of Marcel Pagnol). Produced by Gilbert Miller at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1930) starring Alexander Kirkland (Through the courtesy of the Theatre Guild), Hubert Druce, Arthur Lysons, Harry De Koven, Dudley Digges, Ted Fetter, Alison Skipworth, Colin Hunter, etc. Directed by Gilbert Miller.
63 Martha By-The-Day : "A Comedy" by Julie M. Lippmann. Produced by The Academic Producing Company at the Euclid Avenue Opera House (Cleveland, Ohio - 1914) starring May Robson, Joseph E. Barker, Mary Mersch, Jane Heron, Violet Howard, etc. Directed by Frank Reicher.
63 Marvelous Wonderettes, The : "50s and 60s Musical Comedy" by Roger Bean produced at the Ocala (FL) Civic Theatre (2011) starring Laura Brahim, Vanessa Quinines, Marcy Butler, Celia Bills, Shane Bass, Jason Bartosic, Stephen Butler and Ray Cooper. Directed by Susu Sparkman. Songs include: "It's My Party," "Lollipop," "It's In His Kiss," "Mister Sandman," "Allegheny Moon," "Stupid Cupid," "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me," "Leader of the Pack," "Son of a Preacher Man," etc.
63 Martyr Of Irish Liberty, The : "An Historical Drama" produced by Members of the Young Men's Catholic Union at the Blanchard Opera House (Montpelier, VT - 1886) starring James F. Mahoney (As "Robert Emmet - The Irish Patriot"), James Spellicy, Nellie T. Lynch, etc.
63 Mary : "Isn't It a Grand Old Name" with book and lyrics by Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel. Music by Lou Hirsch. Various productions (1921 - 27) starring Guy Robertson, Frank Otto, Eva Puck, Virginia O' Brien, Sherman Wade, Frank Wilcox, Irene Shirley, etc. Originally produced (1921) by George M. Cohan and directed by Julian Mitchell and Sam Forrest. Songs include: ""The Love Nest," "Every Time I Meet a Lady', "That May Have Satisfied Grandma," "When a Woman Exits Laughing," "Mary" (by George M. Cohan), etc.
63 Mary Goes First : "A New and Original Comedy" by Henry Arthur Jones. Produced at various theatres (1913 -14) starring Marie Tempest, John Alexander ("Uncle Teddy Roosevelt" in the original play and film, "Arsenic and Old Lace"), Herbert Ross, Norman Loring, Barbara Fenn, Kenyon Musgrave, etc. Directed by W. Graham Browne.
63 Mary Jane's Pa : "A Comedy Drama" by Edith Ellis Barker. Various productions (1909 - 14) starring Henry E. Dixey, Emmet C. King, Frank Bixby, Marie Nordstrom, Maude Earle, Alice Gilmore, Augustan Daly Wilkes, Rodney Ranous, Marie Nelson, Victor Travers, Robert Remington, etc. Originally produced (1909) by Henry W. Savage.
63 Mary, Mary : "A Hilarious Must" by Jean Kerr. Various productions (1961 - 65) starring Barbara Bel Geddes, Barry Nelson (The first actor to portray "James Bond" on a television production of "Casino Royale" - 1954), Michael Wilding ("The Day the Earth Stood Still" on film), Betsy von Furstenberg, John Cromwell (Famed film director - "Since you Went Away" and father of James Cromwell), John Dittman, Lynne Ellen Hollinger, Pat Baskin, Betty Neighbors, Patricia Smith, Jeffrey Lynn, John Lasell, Clinton Sundberg, Heddie Bates, Mindy Carson, Irene Kane, Henry Sutton, Roger Newmman, Clark Hartman, Diana Colson, Julia Meade, Scott McKay, Tom Helmore, Diana Lynn, Tom Poston, Edward Mulhare, William Glennon, Jack Bell, Ann Willis, Randolph Tallman, Biff McGuire, Michael Evans, Teresa Wright, Nancy Olson, Carrie Nye (Wife of Dick Cavett), Murray Hamilton (Co-star of "Jaws" on film), Pippa Scott, etc. Originally produced (1961) by Roger L. Stevens and directed by Joseph Anthony.
63 Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary (No author listed) : Produced at the Hyperion Theatre (New Haven - c. 1905) starring Addison Pitt, Miriam Nesbitt, Ida Vernon, etc.
63 Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary (By S.J. Ervine) : "A Light Comedy" by St. John Ervine. Produced by David Belasco (By arrangement with Harrison Grey Fiske) at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1923) starring Mrs. Fiske (Minnie Maddern Fiske), Winifred Fraser, Nora Swinburne, C. Aubrey Smith, Lennox Pawle, Francis Lister, Orlando Daly, etc.
63 Mary Of Magdala : "A Drama" by Paul Heyse (Management of Harrison Grey Fiske). Produced at the Tremont Theatre (Boston - 1903) starring Mrs. Fiske (Minnie Maddern Fiske), Henry Woodruff, Scott Craven, James Young, Tyrone Power (Father of the film star), Ida Hamilton, Frank McCormack, etc. Directed by Harrison Grey Fiske and Minnie Maddern Fiske (Husband and wife).
63 Mary Of Scotland : "A New Play" by Maxwell Anderson. Produced by the Theatre Guild at various theatres (1933 - 54) starring Helen Hayes, Philip Merivale, Helen Menken (Wife of Humphrey Bogart), Cecil Holm, Moroni Olsen, Leona Powers, George Coulouris, Anthony Kemble-Cooper, Ernest Lawford, Percy Waram, Philip Foster, Ian Keith, Pauline Frederick, Stanley Ridges, Kent Smith, Edith Meiser, Max Latham, Anthony Zappa, etc. Directed by Theresa Helburn. The 1954 revival was produced by Richard Aldrich and directed by John Stix.
63 Mary Rose : Book by J.M. Barrie. Various productions (1921 - 51) starring Ruth Chatterton (Courtesy of Henry Miller), Tom Nesbitt, Winifred Fraser, Ada King, Leo G. Carroll ("North by Northwest," "Father of the Bride," etc on film. "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." on television.), Patricia Collinge, Daniel Reed, James Daly (Father of Tyne Daly and Tim Daly), etc. Originally produced (1921) by Charles Frohman and directed by Iden Payne. The 1951 revival was produced by Cheryl Crawford and Robert Breen and directed by John Stix.
63 Mary Stuart : Book by Friedrich Schiller. Various productions and adaptations (1832 - 2009) starring Helena Modjeska, Joseph Haworth, Anna Proctor, Lester Lonergan, Anna Daly, Stephen Elliott, Nancy Marchand (Co-star of "Marty," "The Sopranos," "Lou Grant" etc. on television), Philip Bosco, Adolph Caesar ("A Soldier's Play" on stage, "A Soldier's Story," The Color Purple," etc. on film), Peter Weil, Eva Le Gallienne, Signe Hasso, Staats Cotsworth, Patrick Waddington, Sydney Walker, Adelaide Ristori, Kate Clifton, Claire Scott, Nelson George, S.K. Coburn, Gwen Watford, Leonard Rossiter (Star of "The Rise and Fall of Reginald Perrin" on BBC television), Norman Tyrrell, Faye Emerson (Wife of Elliott Roosevelt, the son of FDR. Wife of Skitch Henderson), Scott Forbes, Irene Worth, Max Adrian, John Colicos, William Hutt, Ellis Rabb, Tony Carlin, Jacqueline Antaramian, Michael Countryman, Monique Fowler, Adam Greer, John Benjamin Hickey, Maria Tucci, Guy Paul, Brian Murray, etc.etc. Also included, adaptations by John Drinkwater and Claire Scott.
63 Mary The 3rd : "A New Play" by Rachel Crothers. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert in association with Mary Kirkpatrick at various theatres (1923) starring Louise Huff, Ben Lyon, William Hanley, John Kirkpatrick, etc.
63 Mary Tudor : Produced at various theatres (1901) starring Julia Marlowe.
63 Mary Warner : Book by Tom Taylor. Produced by Tom Taylor at the Boston Museum (1874) starring Annie Clarke, Charles Barron, J.H. Ring, L.J. Loring, Addie Hart, etc.
63 Mary's Ankle : "A Farcical Display in Three Views" by May Tully. Various productions (1917 - 24) starring Irene Fenwick, Walter Jones, Bert Lytell, Mae Melville, Zelda Sears, Noel Tearle, James Spottswood, Alma Belwin, Frank Wilcox, Adelaide Hubbard, Ralph Murphy, May Buckley, Thurston Hall, Richard Earle, Peggy De Vere, etc.
63 Mary's Other Husband : "A Farce" by Larry E. Johnson. Various productions (1928 - 30) starring Frank Wilcox, Josephine Fox, Helen Blair, Hal Brown, Dorothy Holmes, Vincent Coleman, Foster Williams, Nancy Sheridan, Mabel Fields, etc.
63 Marya : Book by Isaac Babel (Adapted by Christopher Hampton. Translated by Michael Glenny and Harold Shukman). Produced at the Royal Court Theatre (London - 1967) starring Arthur Lowe, Diane Cilento (Wife of Sean Connery. Wife of Anthony Shaffer.), Ruby Head, Walter Sparrow, etc. Directed by Robert Kidd.
63 Mascarade : "Comedy" by Ludvig Holberg. Produced in Copenhagen, Denmark (1956) starring Poul Reumert, Henning Moritzen, Preben Neergaard, etc.
63 Mascot Of The Mine, The : Book by Joseph H. Slat starring Myra Collins ("That Cute Little Girl"), Frank Halstead, Alma E. Lewis, Edna Wallraven, etc. No date or location listed.
63 Mask And Gown : "The Musical Revue" produced by Leonard Sillman and Michael Ellis at the Huntington Hartford Theatre (Hollywood, CA - 1958) starring T.C. Jones, Rod Strong, Bill Reilly, Shirley Reilly, etc. Directed by Leonard Sillman (Producer of the "New Faces" series of theatrical revues). Choreographed by Jim Russell. Continuity by Ronny Graham and Sidney Carroll. Special Music and lyrics by Ronny Graham (Television's "Mr. Dirt" - Mobil Oil TV commercials of the 1970s), June Carroll, Arthur Siegel and Dorothea Freitag. Songs include: "The Circus is Over," "Make Friends," "Hesitation Waltz," "Setting the Stage," etc.
63 Mask And The Face, The : "A Comedy" by W. Somerset Maugham (Translated from the Italian of Luigi Chiarelli). Produced by the Theatre Guild at the Guild Theatre (NYC - 1933) starring Shirley Booth, Leo G. Carroll, Dorothy Patten, Ernest Cossart, Judith Anderson, Stanley Ridges, Humphrey Bogart, etc. Directed by Philip Moeller.
63 Masked Ball, The : "The Successful Comedy" by Alexandre Bisson and Albert Carre (Adapted by Clyde Fitch). Various productions (1893 - 1905) starring John Drew, Harry Harwood, Harold Russell, Maude Adams, Annie Adams, Lillian Florence, Vaughan Glaser, Ben Johnson, Leslie Bingham, etc. Originally produced (1893) by Charles Frohman.
63 Masked Woman, The : "A Melodrama" by Kate Jordan (Based on the French of Charles Mere). Produced by A.H. Woods at the Eltinge Theatre (NYC - 1923) starring Helen MacKellar, Lowell Sherman, Ethel Jackson, Fred Sutton, Richard Abbott, Alice Fleming, etc. Directed by Bertram Harrison.
63 Masks And Faces : "Comedy" by Tom Taylor and Charles Reade. Various productions (c. 1885) starring Forbes Robertson, Maurice Barrymore, Maud Williamson, Lionel Brough, Charles Fawcett, Kate Vaughan, Sydney Brough, etc.
63 Masque Of Kings, The : Book by Maxwell Anderson. Produced by The Theatre Guild at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1937) starring Henry Hull, Margo (Wife of Eddie Albert), Dudley Digges, Pauline Frederick, Herbert Yost, Glenn Anders, Henry Hull, Jr., Leo G. Carroll, etc. Directed by Philip Moeller.
63 Masquerade : "A New Play" by Sigmund Miller. Produced by Richard W. Krakeur at the John Golden Theatre (NYC - 1959) starring Donald Cook, Glenda Farrell, Cloris Leachman, Mark Richman, Gene Lyons, Jack Cannon and Anne Ives. Directed by Warren Enters.
63 Masquerader, The : Book by John Hunter Booth (Founded upon the Popular Novel by Katherine Cecil Thurston). Various productions (1917 - 25) starring Guy Bates Post, Louis Calvert, Ian Robertson, Florence Malone, Robert Sherwood, Frank Wilcox, George Spelvin, Eric Simon, Winifred Anglin, Helen Blair, Josephine Fox, Dorothy Holmes, Ruth Abbott, etc.
63 Masqueraders, The : "A New and Original Modern Play" by Henry Arthur Jones. Various productions (1894 - 1906)starring Leonard Boyne, Herbert Waring, Ian Robertson, Henry Miller, William Faversham, Robert Weed, Edgar Norton, E.Y. Backus, Viola Allen, Vaughan Glaser, Ben Johnson, Calvin Tibbetts, Laura Nelson Hall, Florence Templeton, etc.
63 Mass Appeal : Book by Bill C. Davis. Various productions (1981 - 84) starring Milo O' Shea, Michael O' Keefe, Orson Bean ("To Tell the Truth" on television), Michael Fontaine, Jess Kozman and Tim Farley. The original 1981 production directed by Geraldine Fitzgerald.
63 Massacre At Paris, The : Book by Christopher Marlowe (With a new prologue by Samuel Hemingway). Produced by The Yale Dramatic Association (New Haven - 1944) starring John K. Battey, Peter Converse, Samuel Wagstaff, Jr., Dean Witter, etc.
63 Master, Master, The : Book by James Schevill. Produced by the San Francisco Actor's Workshop at the Encore Theatre (1963) starring Robert Benson, Erica Rosqui and Paul Gemignan. Directed by Herbert Blau. Billed with "There! You Died" by Marie Irene Fornes starring Robert Benson and Dan Sullivan.
63 Master Builder, The : Book by Henrik Ibsen. Various productions, adaptations and translations (1926 -86) starring William Raymond, Eva Le Gallienne, Sydney Machet, Gene Saks (Actor, director and husband of Beatrice Arthur), Art Smith, Oscar Homolka, Nat Burns, Peggy Pope, Joan Tetzel, Edgar Meyer, Ann Dowd, Mark Robbins, Don Blair, Lionel Hogarth, Earle Larimore, Josephine Wyndham, Grace Fisher, William H. Pascoe, Alla Nazimoff, Barlowe Borland, Alma Kruger, Paul Unwin, Sally Crabb, Richard Kiley, Jane Alexander, Teresa Wright, Thomas Toner, Shepperd Strudwick, Derek Jacobi, Max Adrian, Michael Redgrave, Celia Johnson, Maggie Smith, Lynn Redgrave, etc.
63 Master Class : Book by Terrence McNally. Various productions (1995 - 2011) starring Zoe Caldwell (as "Maria Callas"), Karen Kay Cody, Michael Friel, David Loud, Jay Hunter Morris, Audra McDonald, Faye Dunaway (As "Maria Callas"), Kevin Paul Anderson, Gary Green, Suzan Hanson, Melinda Klump, Tyne Daly (as "Marai Callas"), Sierra Boggess, Clinton Brandhagen, Jeremy Cohen, Alexander Silber, Garrett Sorenson, etc.
63 Master Harold... And The Boys : Book by Athol Fugard. Various productions (1982 - 85) starring Danny Glover, Zakes Mokae, Lonny Price, James Earl Jones, Delroy Lindo, Charles Michael Wright, Lou Ferguson, Peter Callender, Tony Stokes, Johnny Lee Davenport, Bruce Norris, etc. Originally produced (1982) by The Yale Repertory Theatre and directed by Athol Fugard.
63 Master Mind, The : "A New Play" by Daniel C. Carter. Various productions (1913) staring Edmund Breese, Celene Kirk, Frank Allsworth, Sidney Cushing, George Hamilton, Bettie Keith, Ralph Stamford, etc.
63 Master Of The House, The : Book by Edgar James. Produced by the Messrs.Shubert at the Garrick Theatre (St. Louis - 1913) starring Andrew Robson, Grace Reals, Graig Miner, Helen Reimer, Ella Rock, etc.
63 Master Of The Inn, The : "A New Play" by Catherine Chisholm Cushing (Based on the story by Robert Herrick). Produced by Druce and Streett at the Adelphi Theatre (NYC - 1925) starring Robert Loraine, Forrest Zimmer, Helen Woo, Vincent Sardi, Jr., James Crane, Verre Teasdale, etc. Directed by Hubert Druce.
63 Masters, The : Book by Ronald Millar (From the novel by C.P. Snow). Produced by John Clements and Martin Landau at the Savoy Theatre (London - No date) starring John Clements, Peter Copley, David Bird, David Horne, Valerie Taylor, etc. Directed by John Clements.
63 Mata Hari : "A New Musical" by Jerome Coopersmith. Music by Edward Thomas. Lyrics by Martin Charnin. Produced by David Merrick at the National Theatre (Washington, DC - 1967) starring Marisa Mell (As "Mata Hari"), Pernell Roberts ("Bonanza," "Trapper John," etc. on television), Jake Holmes, Dominic Chianese ("The Sopranos"), Blythe Danner (Wife of Bruce Paltrow. Mother of Gwyneth Paltrow), Nadine Lewis, Bill Reilly, Altovese Gore (Wife of Sammy Davis, Jr.), Paul Glaser, etc. Directed by Vincente Minnelli. Choreographed by Jack Cole. Costumes by Irene Sharaff. Songs include: "Is This Fact?," "Everyone Has Something to Hide," "I'm Saving Myself for a Soldier," "Hello, Yank!," "Sextet," "There Will Be Love Again," etc.
63 Matador : Book by Edward Seago, David H. Bell and Mike Leander. Music by Mike Leander. Lyrics by Edward Seago. Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami, FL - 1989) starring Peter Anthony, Jr., Ray Frewen, K.C. Lupp, Seth Swoboda, Tony Lillo, Ronald Keaton, etc. Directed and choreographed by David H. Bell. Songs include: "There's No Way Out," "A Boy From Nowhere," "I'll Dress You in Mourning," "To Be a Matador," etc.
63 Matchmaker, The : "Comedy" by Thornton Wilder ("Hello, Dolly" is the musical version of this play). Various productions (1954 - 62) starring Ruth Gordon, Eileen Herlie, Loring Smith, Arthur Hill (Television's "Owen Marshall - Counselor-At-Law"), Esme Church, Philip Leeds, Robert Morse ("How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying"), Gretchin Hauser, Judge Springer, Patricia Cutts, Leonardo Cimino, Gertrude Berg (Star of "The Goldbergs" on television), Milo Boulton, Frances Sternhagen, Archie Smith, Sydney Walker, Melva Lou Blancett, Karl Janssen, Barbara A. Evers, Philip W. Morron, Sam Levene, Eric Porter, Peter O' Toole, etc. Originally 1954 London production directed by John Moody. Originally produced on Broadway (19550 by The Theatre Guild and David Merrick and directed by Tyrone Guthrie.
63 Mathias Sandorf : "Monster Spectacular Production of Jules Verne and William Busnach's Grand Parisian Success" by Bolossy Kiralfy (Adapted by A.R. Cazuran). Produced at Niblo's Garden (NYC - 1888) starring J.M. Colville, W.S. Harkins, Robert Neil, Frederick De Vere, Cecil Wallace, Annie Dunbar, Constance Wallace, etc.
63 Mathews's Comic Annual : "An Entirely New Entertainment" produced at the Theatre Royal Adelphi (London - 1830). Billed with "The Lone House".
63 Matinee Girl, The : "A New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by McElbert Moore and Bide Dudley. Music by Frank Grey. Produced by Ed Rosenbaum, Jr. at the Forrest Theatre (NYC - 1926) starring Bernie Goe, Juliette Day, Olga Steck, Jack Squire, Rodolf Badeloni, John Park, etc. Directed by Oscar Eagle. Choreographed by S. Lee Rose. Songs include: "At the Matinee," "Mash Notes," "Havanola Roll," "Only One," etc.
63 Matinee Hero, The : "An Original Play" by Leo Ditrichstein and A.E. Thomas. Produced at the Standard Theatre (NYC - 1918) starring Leo Ditrichstein, Catherine Proctor, Brandon Tynan, Vivian Rushmore, etc. Directed by Leo Ditrichstein.
63 Matinee Idol, A : "The Song Comedy Success" by Armand and Barnard (Based on "Le Medicin Malgre Lui" by Moliere). Music by Silvio Hein. Produced by Daniel V. Arthur at the Lyric Theatre (NYC - 1910) starring De Wolf Hopper (Husband of Hedda Hopper and father of William Hopper), Louise Dresser, Joseph Santley, Dorothy Webb, Trixie Moore, George Backus, etc.
63 Mating Dance : "A New Comedy" by Eleanor Harris Howard and Helen McAvity. Produced by Elliot Martin at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1965) starring Van Johnson, J.D. Cannon, Marian Winters, Richard Mulligan, Paul Sorvino, Rick Lenz, etc. Directed by Henry Kaplan.
63 Matrimony PFD. : "Comedy" by Louis Verneuil (Adapted by James Forbes and Grace George). Produced by William A. Brady at various theatres (1936) starring Grace George, A.E. Matthews, Jose Rubin, Rex O' Malley, Victor Morley, Sylvia Field, etc. Directed by Jose Rubin.
63 Matter Of Gravity, A : "A New Comedy" by Enid Bagnold. Produced by Robert Whitehead, Roger L. Stevens and Konrad Matthaei at various theatres (1976 - 77) starring Katharine Hepburn, Charlotte Jones, Paul Harding, Christopher Reeve, Gary Tomlin, Richard Kelton, etc. Directed by Noel Willman.
64 Matter Of Life And Death, A : "New Play" by John Cromwell. Produced by Erni Brown at the East End Theatre (NYC - c. 1963) starring James Karen, Frances Sternhagen and Marlene Warfield. Billed with "Opening Night" by John Cromwell starring Peggy Wood ("I Remember Mama" on television and "The Sound of Music" on film) and Ruth Gates. Both plays directed by Paul E.Davis.
64 Maude Of The Tenderloin : "The Laughable Farcial Success" produced at the Olympic Theatre (No location or date listed) starring Charles Barton, Charles Mack, Annie Dunn, Dot Webster, Mamie May, Lilly May, etc.
64 Mavourneen : "The New Comedy-Drama" by George H. Jessop and Horace Townsend. Various productions (1891 - 94) starring W.J. Scanlan ("The Favorite Irish Comedian"), Frank Burbeck, Thaddeus Shine, George Orth, Helen Tracy, Chauncey Olcott (Portrayed by Dennis Morgan in the 1947 biopic, "My Wild Irish Rose"), Palmer Collins, Blanche Ring, etc. Songs (By W.J. Scanlan) include: "Plain Molly O," "Ring the Bells," "The Little Christmas Tree," "The Auld Countrie," etc.
64 Max And Maxie : Produced in 1991 (Gainesville, FL) starring Meredith Gorfain, Pat Brennan and Keith Cassidy. Directed by Jason McDougald and Mary Ann Lombardi.
64 Maxel : Book, lyrics and music by Max Rubinchik. Produced by Gerald Gordon at the Hollywood Center Theatre (CA - 1976) starring Leland Murray, Jeanne Lucas and Tommy Breslin. Directed by Gerald Gordon. Choreographed by Jim Taylor. Songs include: "Speakeasy Days," "If Papa Only Knew," "Captain Jimmy March," "A Party," "The Pictures on the Wall," etc.
64 May Blossom : "The Great Madison Square Theatre Success" by David Belasco. Various productions (1883 - 85) starring Forrest Robinson, Mabel Malley, Joseph Wheelock, Georgia Cayvan, Nick Long, J.T. Burke, Harry Barfoot, Laura Dainty, De Wolf Hopper, Henry Talbot, Elma Cornell, Viola Rella, H.R. Brennan, Minnie De Lange, etc.
64 May Queen, The : "New Serio-Comic Domestic Burletta" produced at various theatres (c. 1889) starring Harriet Avery, Digby Bell, De Wolf Hopper, Marion Manola, etc.
64 May Wine : "A New Musical Play" by Frank Mandel (Based on a story by Wallace Smith and Eric Von Stroheim). Music by Sigmund Romberg (Portrayed by Jose Ferrer in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart"). Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Produced by Laurence Schwab at the St. James Theatre (NYC - 1935) starring Walter Slezak, Robert Sloane, Walter Woolf King, Nancy McCord, Patricia Calvert, Leo G. Carroll (Co-star of television's "The Man from U.N.C.L.E."), Jack Cole, Vera Van, Alice Dudley, etc. Directed by Jose Ruben. Songs include: "Something in the Air of May," "I Built a Dream," "Something New is in My Heart," "Once Around the Clock," etc.
64 Maya : Book by Simon Gantillon. Various productions(1927 - 1953) starring John Randolph, Helen Craig, Kay Medford ("Funny Girl"), Leo Penn (Father of Sean Penn), Martin Ritt (Theatre and film director - "Hud," Cross Creek," "The Great White Hope," etc), Mark Rydell (Film director - "On Golden Pond," The Rose," etc.), Salem Ludwig, Aline MacMahon, Mary Robson, Jack Daroy, Irma Perrot, etc.
64 Maybe I'm Doing It Wrong : "A Musical Entertainment" by Joan Micklin Silver. Music and lyrics by Randy Newman. Produced by Raphael D. Silver at the Astor Place Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Mark Linn-Baker, Patti Perkins, Larry Riley and Deborah Rush. Directed by Joan Micklin Silver. Choreographed by Eric Elice. Songs include: "Short People," "Simon Smith and the Amazing Dancing Bear," "The Debutante's Ball," "Mr. President (Have Pity on the Working Man)," "Rider in the Rain," etc.
64 Maybe Tuesday : "A New Comedy" by Mel Tolkin and Lucille Kallen. Produced by Ethel Linder Reiner and Jack Lawrence at The Playhouse (NYC - 1958) starring Richard Derr, Patricia Smith, Alice Ghostley, Brett Somers (Wife of Jack Klugman. Panelist on television's "The Match Game"), Zohra Lampert, Barry Newman, Louise Edmonds, etc. Directed by Elliot Silverstein.
64 Mayflowers : "A Play With Music" with book and lyrics by Clifford Grey (Based on a play by Arthur Richman). Music by Edward Kunneke. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at the Forrest Theatre (NYC - 1925) starring Joseph Santley, Ivy Sawyer, Robert Woolsey (Of the comedy team, "Wheeler and Woolsey"), Nancy Carroll, Ivy Sawyer, etc. Directed by William J. Wilson and Joseph Santley. Choreographed by Earl Lindsay.
64 Mayor Of Tokio, The : "A Farcical Opera" by Richard Carle. Music by William Frederick Peters. Produced at various theatres (1905 - 06) starring Richard Carle, Fred Frear, Jess Caine, May Thorp, Sylvain Langlois, Adele Howland, etc. Directed by Richard Carle. Choreographed by Ad Newburger. Songs include: "Tokio," "Pity My Pitiful Plight," "Festival of Mourning," "When the Ocean Breezes Blow," etc.
64 Mayor Of Troy, The : "A Comedy" by "Q" (Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch). Produced by Frederick Harrison at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket (London - 1916) starring Henry Ainley, Ivor Barnard, Leon Quartermaine, May Bolland, Roland Pertwee, Richard Lindsay, etc. Billed with "The Bath Room Door' by G. E. Jennings.
64 Maytime : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection - See "Opera and Operetta Programs".
64 Mazeppa : or "The Wild Horse of Tartary" by Lord Byron. Various productions (No dates) starring Maude Forrester, H.H. Davenport, Dollie Thornton, Emma Ross, Amy Blanchard, Joey Tennyson, Asa Cushman, etc.
64 McFadden's Flats : "The Comedy that Made Millions Laugh" by E.W. Townsend and Glenn McDonough. Produced at the Grand Opera House (Boston - 1910) starring Eddie Dale, Billy Marshall, Jack Northrup, Arthur E. Connelly, etc. Directed by William M. Lytell. Songs include: "When the Band Strikes Up Dixie," "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now," "I Want to Go To the Ballgame," "That's What You Get For Being Irish," "Cubanola Glide," "I'm On My Way to Reno," "In Old Nevada," etc.
64 McKenna's Flirtation : "Comedy" by Edgar Selden. Produced at the Barre Opera House (Barre, VT - 1893) starring Hugh Fay, William Barry, Charles Barrie, Alice Gale, etc. Directed by William M. Dunlevy.
64 McSorley's Twins : "The Merry-Go -Round of Fun" by Wilmer and Vincent. Produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1898) starring Bobby Gaylor, Frank Lalor, Burt Wesner, Frank Rockwell, Kittie Wolfe, etc. Directed by W.B. McCallum.
64 Me And Bessie : Book by Will Holt and Linda Hopkins. Produced at various theatres (1975 - 76) starring Linda Hopkins as "Bessie Smith," Thomas M. Pollard, Gerri Dean, Lester Wilson, etc. Directed by Robert Greenwald. Choreographed by Lester Wilson. Songs include: "New Orleans Hop Scop Blues," "A Good Man is Hard to Find," "Gimme a Pigfoot," Jazzbo Brown," "Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out," etc.
64 Me And Juliet : "A New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. Music by Richard Rodgers. Various productions (1954 - 55) starring Isabel Bigley ("Guys and Dolls," etc), Bill Hayes (His recording of "The Ballad of Davy Crockett" was a # 1 hit in 1955), Joan McCracken (Star of "Oklahoma". Wife of Bob Fosse), Ray Walston ("Damn Yankees" on Broadway, "South Pacific," "The Apartment," "Fast Times at Ridgemont High," etc. on film and "My Favorite Martian" on television), Mark Dawson, George S. Irving, Jo Sullivan (Wife of Frank Loesser), John Reardon (Metropolitan Opera Star), Swen Swenson ("Little Me," No, No Nanette," etc), Neile Adams (Wife of Steve McQueen), etc. Originally produced (1954) by Rodgers and Hammerstein 2nd, directed by George Abbott and choreographed by Robert Alton. Costumes by Irene Sharaff. Songs include: "That's the Way It Happens," "Keep It Gay," "No Other Love," "I'm Your Girl," etc.
64 Me And Molly : "A New Comedy" by Gertrude Berg. Produced by Oliver Smith and Herbert Kenwith in association with David Cummings at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring Gertrude Berg (As "Molly Goldberg"), Philip Loeb, Charles Furman, Eli Mintz, David Opatoshu, George Spelvin, etc. Directed by Ezra Stone (Radio's "Henry Aldrich". Husband of Sara Seegar).
64 Me And My Girl : Book and lyrics by L.Arthur Rose and Douglas Furber. Book revised by Stephen Fry. Music by Noel Gay. Various productions (1986 - 96) starring Jim Dale, Maryann Plunkett, George S. Irving, Jane Connell ("Agnes Gooch" in the Broadway and film productions of "Mame"), Justine Johnston, Bruce Adler (Son of Julius Adler and Henrietta Jacobson - stars of the Yiddish theatre), Michele Ragusa, James Brennan, Judy Blazer, Jay Garner, Sylvia O' Brien, Nick Ullett, Walter Charles, Dee Hoty, etc. Original 1986 production directed by Mike Ockrent and choreographed by Gillian Gregory. Songs include: "Me and My Girl," "The Lambeth Walk," "Once You Lose Your Heart," "Leaning on a Lamppost," etc.
64 Me And Thee : Book by Charles Horine. Produced at the Lakewood Theatre (Skowhegan, Maine - 1970) starring Pat and Eloise O' Brien (Husband and wife), Matt Conley, Brigid O' Brien (Daughter of Pat O' Brien), Elsa Raven, etc. Directed by Ben Janney.
64 Me, Him And I : "A Fantastic Farcical Frivolity and Musical Spectacle" by William Halcomb. Music by Max Hoffman. Lyrics by Vincent Bryan. Produced at the Bastable Theatre (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring George Bickel, Harry Watson, Jr., Ed Lee Wrothe, Gertrude Hoffman, etc. Directed by Jules Hurtig. Choreographed by Gertrude Hoffman. Songs include: "All Aboard," "The Self Made Man," "The Worst Woman on the Stage," "My Bonita Conchita," "Song of Nations," "My Yukon Belle," etc.
64 Me Nobody Knows, The : Book by Herb Schapiro (Based on the book edited by Stephen M. Joseph). Music by Gary William Friedman. Lyrics by Will Holt. Various productions (1970 - 73) starring Irene Cara ("Fame"), Gerri Dean, Jose Fernandez, Douglas Grant, Northern J. Calloway, Kila Kitu, etc. Originally produced (1970) by Jeff Britton, directed by Robert H. Livingston and choreographed by Patricia Birch. Songs include: "Dream Babies," "If I Had a Million Dollars," "I Love What the Girls Have," "Jail-Life Walk," "War Babies," etc.
64 Me, The Sleeper : Book by Jack Balch. Produced by The American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA)/ The Experimental Theatre, Inc.(No date) starring Margaret Draper, Bobby Nick, Tom Reynolds, Isabel Bonner, etc. Directed by Joseph Kramm.
64 Meals On Wheels : Book by Charles Wood. Produced at the Royal Court Theatre (London - 1965) starring Peter Collingwood, Frank Thornton, Lee Montague, Roy Kinnear ("Help," The Three Musketeers," etc. on film), etc. Directed by John Osborne.
64 Meanest Man In The World, The : "The New American Comedy" by Augustin MacHugh (Suggested by Everett Ruskay's Skit of the Same Title). Various productions (1921 - 23) starring George M. Cohan, Ruth Donnelly, Ralph Sipperly, Harry Jeffers, Frank M. Thomas, Arthur Chatterdon, Marjorie Foster, etc. Originally produced (1921) by George M. Cohan and directed by John Meehan.
64 Measure For Measure : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare Collection" - By Title.
64 Mecca : "A Musical Extravaganza of the Orient" by Oscar Asche. Music by Percy E. Fletcher. Produced by F. Ray Comstock and Morris Gest at various theatres (1921 - 22) starring Richard Henry, Albert Froom, Harold Skinner, Hattie Cline, Edward Watson, Ida Mulle, etc. Directed by E. Lyall Swete. Choreographed by Michel Fokine. Songs include: "The Gates of Cairo," "From Bagdad We Come," "Me Welly Poor Old Chinaman," "Hast Thou Been to Mecca?," "Love in My Breast," etc
64 Medal... And The Maid, The : "A Musical Comedy" by Owen Hall. Music by Sidney Jones. Lyrics by Charles H. Taylor. Additional lyrics by George Rollit and Paul Rubens. Produced by Tom B. Davis at the Lyric Theatre (London - 1903).
64 Medal Of Honor Rag : Book by Tom Cole. Produced by Paul B. Berkowsky, Woodie King, Jr. and Lucille Lortel at Theatre de Lys (NYC - No date) starring David Clennon, Howard E. Rollins, Jr. and John Robert Yates. Directed by David Chambers.
64 Meddler, The : "A Comic Comedy" by Augustus Thomas. Produced in 1899 (No location listed) starring Stuart Robson, Theodore Babcock, Harold Russell, Joseph Metler, Maude Granger, Marie Burroughs, etc. Directed by Daniel V. Arthur.
64 Medea : Book by Euripides. Various productions, adaptations and translations (1906 - 93) starring Anne Sturm Rotan Howe, Harold E. Fife, Judith Anderson, Henry Brandon, Hilda Vaughn, Bruce Gordon ("Frank Nitti" on television's "The Untouchables"), Marian Seldes, Dennis King, Florence Reed, E. Zerva, K. Sifaki, A. Xenakis, Zoe Caldwell, Mitchell Ryan, Peter Brandon, John Gielgud, Diana Rigg, Tim Woodward, Irene Papas, Al Freeman, Jr., Ron Faber, Mary Sue Fridge, Preston Jones, Judith Anna Roberts, Lynn Ann Leveridge, Peter Johl, Ernita Lascelles, John Leighton, Marie Immisch, Adelaide Ristori, Gloria Foster, Helen Craig, Aline Mac Mahon, Mary Servoss, etc. Various directors include Guthrie McClintic, John Gielgud, Cyril Simon, Milton Smith, Robert Whitehead, Jonathan Kent, etc.
64 Medicine Show : "A New Living Newspaper Play" by Oscar Saul and H.R. Hays. Music by Hanns Eisler. Produced by Carly Wharton and Martin Gabel (Television's "What's My Line?"- Husband of Arlene Francis) in NYC (No specific location listed - 1940) starring Martin Gabel, Dorothy McGuire ("Gentleman's Agreement," "The Spiral Staircase," "Old Yeller," etc. on film), John Randolph, Philip Bourneuf, Norman Lloyd ("Saboteur," etc. on film. "St. Elsewhere," etc. on television), Coburn Goodwin, etc. Directed by Jules Dassin.
64 Medieval Play : Book by Kenneth Lonergan. Produced by Signature Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center (NYC - 2012) starring Anthony Arkin, Heather Burns, Tate Donovan, Halley Feiffer, Kevin Geer, Josh Hamilton, John Pankow, C. J. Wilson, etc. Directed by Kenneth Lonergan.
64 Medium, The : "A Tragedy" with book and music by Gian-Carlo Menotti. Produced by Chandler Cowles, Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. (Television's "The FBI") and Edith Lutyens at various theatres (1947) starring Marie Powers, Evelyn Keller, Leo Coleman, Ruth McVayne, Frank Rogier, etc. Directed by Gian-Carlo Menotti. Billed with "The Telephone" by Gian -Carlo Menotti.
64 Medium Rare : "A New Musical Revue" produced by Robert Weiner at The happy Medium (Chicago - 1961) starring Bob Dishy, Diane Ladd ("Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore," etc. on film. "Alice" on television. Wife of Bruce Dern. Mother of Laura Dern), Jean Arnold, James Inman, Tom Williams, etc. Music by Charles Strouse, Sheldon Harnick, Cy Coleman, Jerry Bock, Bud McCreery, Jay Thompson, etc. Lyrics by Mike Stewart, Lee Adams, Sheldon Harnick, Carolyn Leigh, Bud McCreery, Jay Thompson, etc. Sketches by Arthur MacRae, Richard Maury, Bud McCreery, Herbert Hartig, Lois Balk, Steven Vinaver, Richard Maury, etc. Songs include: "Man's Inhumanity to Man," "Downtown," "Garbage," "Tempo of the Times," "Street Song," "Summer Is," "Guess Who We Thank," etc.
64 Meet A Body : "A Murder-Mystery Comedy" by Jane Hinton. Produced by H. Clay Blaney at the Forrest Theatre (NYC - 1944) starring Al Shean (Of the comedy team, "Gallagher and Shean"), Whitford Kane, Ruth McDevitt, Forrest Orr, Stephen Morrow, etc. Directed by William Castle (Producer of "Rosemary's Baby" on film. Director of numerous horror films of the 1950s and early 1960s - "The Tingler," "Strait-Jacket," "13 Ghosts," etc. and creator of movie gimmicks including "Emergo," "Percepto," "Illusion-O," etc.)
64 Meet Me In St. Louis : Book by Hugh Wheeler (Based on the Kensington Stories by Sally Benson and the MGM motion picture). Music and Lyrics by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane. Various productions (1960 - 89) starring Peggy King, Virginia Gibson, Mary Wickes, Howard St. John, Jane Powell, Ed Evanko, Dick Latessa ("Hairspray," etc.), Jane Rose ("Co-star of television's "Phyllis"), Rufus Smith, Esther Benson, George Hearn, Milo O' Shea, Charlotte Moore, Betty Garrett (Wife of Larry Parks), etc. The 1989 production directed by Louis Burke and choreographed by Joan Brickhill. Songs include: "Meet Me in St. Louis," "The Boy Next Door," "Skip to My Lou," "Under the Bamboo Tree," "The Trolley Song," "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," etc.
64 Meet Mr. Shakespeare : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare - Theatrical Tributes"
64 Meet My Sister : "A New Musical Comedy" by Berr, Verneuil and Blum (Adapted by Harry Wagstaff Gribble). Music and lyrics by Ralph Benatzky. Various productions (c. 1931) starring Walter Slezak, Bettina Hall, Boyd Davis, George Spelvin, Julius Campo, Olive Olsen, Dorothy Vernon, etc. Originally produced by the Messrs. Shubert, directed by William Mollison and choreographed by John Pierce. Songs include: "Love Has Faded Away," "Always in My Heart," "Radziwill". "The Devil May Care," "My Ideal," etc.
64 Meet The People : "Liveliest, Smartest, Right on the Nosest Musical Revue" with music by Jay Gorney and lyrics by Henry Myers. Produced by The Hollywood Theatre Alliance at the Mansfield Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Jack Gilford ("A Funny Thing Happend on the Way to the Forum," etc. on stage. "Save the Tiger," "The Incident," "Cocoon," etc. on film. "Cracker Jack " commercials on televison), Peggy Ryan (Dancing partner of Donald O' Connor in a series of musicals of the 1940s), Jack Albertson ("Top Banana" on stage. "The Subject Was Roses" on film. "Chico and the Man" on television), Doodles Weaver (Most famous as a member of the Spike Jones Orchestra. Brother of Pat Weaver. Uncle of Sigourney Weaver), Marion Colby, etc. Directed by Mortimer Offner and Danny Dare. Orchestra directed by Archie Bleyer (Founder of Cadence Records in the 1950s). Songs include; "The Stars Remain," "Union Label," "Hurdy Gurdy Verdi," "Let's Steal a Tune from Offenbach," "In Chichicastenango," etc.
64 Meet The Prince : "A Comedy" by A.A. Milne. Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Basil Sydney, Mary Ellis, Eric Blore, Esther Mitchell, Cecile Dixon, etc.
64 Meet The Wife (By J. Faller) : "The Domestic Farcical Comedy" by James Faller and Marjorie Glenn. Produced by Max R. Wilner and Sigmund Romberg (Portrayed by Jose Ferrer in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart") at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1920) starring Will Deming, Beth Merrill, Lillian Kemble, Charles Mackay, etc. Directed by Max Figman.
64 Meet The Wife (By L. Starling) : "A Comedy" by Lynn Starling. Various productions (1924 - 29) starring Constance Collier, Henry Daniell, George Tully, Frederick Leister, Mary Boland, Ernest Lawford, Charles Dalton, Patricia Calvert, Clifton Webb, Humphrey Bogart, Fred Forman, Jean Dixon, etc.
64 Meg And Mog Show : Book, lyrics and music by David Wood (Based on the Meg and Mog Books by Helen Nicoll and Jan Pienlowski). Produced by the Bristol Old Vic at the New Vic (No date) starring Jill Brassington, Patrick Miller, Karl James, Imogen Bain, etc. Directed by Deborah Paige. Choreographed by Mark White.
64 Melo : Book by Henry Bernstein (adapted by Arthur Pollock). Produced by Lee Shubert in association with A. H. Woods at various theatres (1931) starring Sebastion Shaw, Helen Flint, Walter Armitage, Fanny Davenport, John Parrish, Basil Rathbone, Edna Best, Earle Larimore, Ruth Abbott, etc. Directed by Marcel Varnel.
64 Melody Of Youth, The : "A Romantic Irish Comedy" by Brandon Tynan. Produced at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1915) starring Lily Cahill, Brandon Tynan, George Giddens, Leslie Mayo, William Harrigan, etc.
64 Melting Of Molly, The : "A Modern Comedy" by Maria Thompson Daviess (Based upon her novel of the same name). Various productions (1916 - 19) starring Irene Franklin, Helen Tracy, Roy Smithson, Raymond Van Sickle, George S. Trimble, Nellie Fillmore, Wallace Erskine, Earle Brown, etc.
64 Melting Pot, The : "Treating of the Amalgamation of the Races" by Israel Zangwill. Various productions (1909 - 13) starring Walker Whiteside, Sheridan Block, Grant Stewart, Henry Vogel, Nellie Butler, George Soule Spencer, Morris Burr, Louise Randolph, etc.
64 Member Of The Wedding, The : Book by Carson McCullers. Produced by Robert Whitehead, Oliver Rea and Stanley Martineau at various theatres (1950 - 52) starring Ethel Waters, Julie Harris, Brandon De Wilde, James Holden, Betty Lou Holland, Phyllis Walker, etc. Directed by Harold Clurman.
64 Memo : "A Sparkling New Comedy" by Allan Scott. Produced by Shepard Traube and Glenn Rose at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - c. 1963) starring MacDonald Carey (Television's "Days of Our Lives"), Zia Mohyeddin, Fred Clark, Pippa Scott, Alan Alda, Julie Parrish, Nancy Berg, etc. Directed by Shepard Traube.
64 Memo For A Green Thumb : "A New Comedy-Mystery' by Charles Robinson. Produced at the Cape Playhouse (Dennis, MA - 1960) starring Edward Mulhare (Television's "The Ghost and Mr. Muir"), Nan Martin, John Zacherle (Host of the late night television horror film series - "Shock Theatre"), Louise Latham, Doug Lambert, Archie Smith, etc. Directed by Kurt Kasznar.
64 Memorandum, The : Book by Vaclav Havel (The ninth and last President of Czechoslovakia 1989 - 92. First President of the Czech Republic 1993 - 2003). Translated by Vera Blackwell. Produced by Joseph Papp and The New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theatre at the Florence Sutro Anspacher Theater (1968) starring Olympia Dukakis, William Duell, Mari Gorman, Raul Julia, etc. Directed by Joseph Papp.
64 Memphis: The Birth Of Rock 'N Roll : Book by Joe DiPietro and David Bryan (Of the rock band "Jon Bovi"). Produced at the North Shore Music Theatre (Beverly, MA - c. 2000).
64 Men And Women : "A Drama of Our Times" by Henry C. De Mille and David Belasco. Various productions (1890 - 91) starring Frederick DeBellville, William Morris, Orrin Johnson, Cyril Scott, Maude Adams, Odette Taylor, Henry Talbot, Earl Ryder, Vaughan Glaser, etc.
64 Men In White : "A Play About Men In Medicine" by Sydney Kingsley. Various productions (1933 - 79) starring Luther Adler, J. Edward Bromberg, Sanford Meisner, Morris Carnovsky, Walter Coy, Alan Baxter, Art Smith, Ruth Nelson, Russell Collins, Elia Kazan, Clifford Odets, Evan Thomas, Lewis Casson, Jack Minster, George Spelvin, Phoebe Brand, Margaret Barker, Alexander Kirkland, Lee Patrick, Calvin Thomas, Hobart Amory, Jeff Rubin, Susan Kay Monts, etc. Originally produced (1933) by The Group Theatre and Sydney Harmon and James R. Ullman and directed by Lee Strasberg.
64 Men Must Fight : "A New Play" by Reginald Lawrence and S.K. Lauren. Various productions (1932 - 37) starring Edgar Barrier, Alma Kruger, Erin O' Brien-Moore, Kent Smith, Douglass Montgomery, Janet Beecher, Lauralee Skinner, Ralph G. Kennedy, Jr., Margaret Agnew, Amy Douglass, Nadine Miles, etc. Originally produced (1932) by Joseph P. Bickerton, Jr. and directed by Arthur Sircom.
64 Men Of Distinction : "A Comedy" by Richard Condon. Produced by Chandler Cowles and Martin Gabel (Television's "What's My Line?". Husband of Arlene Francis) at various theatres (1953) starring Robert Preston, Martin Ritt (Stage and film director - "Hud," "The Front," Norma Rae," etc.), Orson Bean (Television's "To Tell the Truth"), Jean Carson, David Burns ("The Music Man," etc.), etc. Directed by Martin Gabel.
64 Men Of Manhattan : "Scenes of New York City Gay Life" by John Glines. Produced by The Glines at the Courtyard Playhouse (NYC - 1990) starring David Baird, John Carhart III, Scott Zimmerman, etc. Directed by Charles Catanese.
64 Men Of Pleasure : "A New Comedy' produced at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London - 1832). Billed with "The Brigand," "Win Her and Wear Her," etc.
64 Men To the Sea : Book by Herbert Kubly. Produced by Dave Wolper at various theatres (1944) starring Joyce Mathews (Wife of Milton Berle, Billy Rose, Don Beddoe, etc.), Tom Noonan, Mildred Smith, James Elliott, Bill Hunt, etc. Directed by Eddie Dowling.
64 Men We Marry, The : Book by Elisabeth Cobb and Herschel Williams at various theatres (1947 - 48) starring Shirley Booth, Neil Hamilton ("Commissioner Gordon" on television's "Batman"), Doris Dalton, John Williams ("To Catch a Thief," "Dial M For Murder, etc. on film. "Family Affair" on television), Margaret Hamilton ("The Wicked Witch of the West " in "The Wizard of Oz"), Mart Linden, etc. Directed by Martin Manulis.
64 Men Without Shadows : Book by Jean-Paul Sartre. Various productions (1947 - 63) starring Aubrey Woods, John Byron, Lyn Evans, Mary Morris, Chad Floyd, Toby Tompkins, Frank Hotchkiss, etc. Billed with "The Respectable Prostitute" by Jean -Paul Sartre starring Hugh Griffith, Betty Ann Davies, Orlando Martins, etc.
64 Menopause: The Musical : "The Hilarious Celebration of Women and The Change" produced at the Rose and Alfred Miniaci Performing Arts Center/Nova Southeastern University (Davie, FL - c. 2000). Songs include: "Puff, My God I'm Draggin' ," "Stayin' Awake, Stayin' Awake," etc.
64 Merchant, The (By M. Morton) : "A Play of American Life" by Martha Morton. Produced at the Madison Square Theatre (NYC - 1891) starring Henry Miller, Charles Dickson, Alfred Becks, Frank Drew, Viola Allen, etc.
64 Merchant, the (By A. Wesker) : "A New Play" by Arnold Wesker. Produced at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1977) starring John Clements, Roberta Maxwell, Joseph Leon, Marian Seldes, Julie Garfield (Daughter of John Garfield), Riggs O' Hara, Mark Blum, Angela Wood, etc. Directed by John Dexter.
64 Merchant Of Venice, The : Filed with The Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare Collection" by Title.
64 Merchant Of Yonkers, The : "A New Farce" by Thornton Wilder (The inspiration for the musical, "Hello, Dolly!"). Produced by Herman Shumlin at various theatres (1938 - 39) starring Jane Cowl, Percy Waram, Philip Coolidge, Bartlett Robinson, Tom Ewell, June Walker, etc. Directed by Max Reinhardt.
64 Merchants Of Glory : Book by Marcel Pagnol and Paul Nivoix (Translated by Ralph Roeder). Produced by The Theatre Guild (No location listed - 1026) starring Helen Westley, Betty Linley, Lee Baker, Augustin Duncan, Philip Loeb (Co-star of "The Goldbergs" on radio and television), Jose Rubin, George Nash, etc. Directed by Philip Moeller.
64 Mercy Street : Book by Anne Sexton. Produced by the American Place Theatre at St. Clement's Church (NYC - 1969) starring Marian Seldes, Jerome Raphel, M' el Dowd, William Prince, Virginia Downing, etc. Directed by Charles Maryan.
64 Merely Mary Ann : "Comedy" by Israel Zangwell. Various productions (1904 - 13) starring Eleanor Robson, Frank Mills, Arthur Story, Ada Dwyer, Margaret Fuller, Henry Ainley, Gerald du Maurier, Sam Sothern, Rosa Leo, Walter Shuttleworth, Florence Edney, Edith Lyle, Ogden Crane, Vaughan Glaser, Charles Carver, Belle D' Arcy, Selmer Jackson, etc.
64 Merely Players : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare - Modern Adaptations".
64 Merlin : Book by Richard Levinson and William Link (Based on an original concept by Doug Henning and Barbara De Angelis). Music by Elmer Bernstein. Lyrics by Don Black. Magic illusions created by Doug Henning. Produced at the Mark Hellinger Theatre (NYC - 1983) starring Doug Henning, Chita Rivera, Nathan Lane, Christian Slater, Debby Henning, etc. Directed by Ivan Reitman. Choreographed by Christopher Chadman and Billy Wilson. Songs include; "It's About Magic," "Nobody Will Remember Him," "Put a Little Magic in Your Life," "I Can Make It Happen', "He Who Knows the Way," etc.
64 Mermaid Meat : "The Secret to Immortality and Other Japanese Ghost Stories" produced by Brenda Wong Aoki and Mark Izu at the Eugene and Elinor Friend Center for the Arts (San Francisco - 2005) starring Brenda Wong Aoki, Mark Izu and Janet Koike. Directed by Jael Weisman.
64 Mermaids Singing, The : Book by John Van Druten. Produced by Alfred de Liagre, Jr. at various theatres (1945) starring Walter Abel, Beatrice Pearson, Frieda Inescort, Lois Wilson, Jack Manning, Dina Merrill (Wife of Cliff Robertson), etc. Directed by John Van Drouten.
64 Merrily We Roll Along : "A New Play" by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. Produced by Sam H. Harris at the Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1934) staring Jessie Royce Landis, Walter Abel, Granville Bates, Gilbert Squarey, Mary Philips, Grant Mills, etc. Directed by George S. Kaufman.
64 Merrily We Roll Along (Musical) : "A New Musical Comedy" by George Furth (Based on the original play by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart). Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Various productions (1981 - 94) starring Jim Walton, Ann Morrison, Lonny Price, Jason Alexander, Terry Finn, David Loud, Liz Callaway, Anne Bobby, Paul Harmen, Cass Morgan, etc. Originally produced (1981) by Ruth Mitchell and Howard Haines, directed by Harold Prince and choreographed by Larry Fuller. Songs include; "Old Friends," "The Blob," "Not a Day Goes By," "Merrily We Roll Along," etc.
64 Merry Andrew : "A New Comedy" by Lewis Beach. Produced by Laurence Rivers at Henry Miller's Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Walter Connolly, Effie Shannon, Nedda Harrigan, Grant Mills, Mary Marble, etc. Directed by John Hayden and Lewis Beach.
64 Merry Cobbler, The : Produced at the Rockford Opera House (Rockford, Illinois - No date) starring Eugene Bertram, Robert B. Holland, Florence Madena, etc.
64 Merry Countess, The : "Die Fledermaus" by Gladys Unger. Music by Johann Strauss. Lyrics by Arthur Anderson. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at various theatres (c. 1912) starring The Dolly Sisters (Yancsi and Rozsika - Portrayed by Betty Grable and June Haver in the 1945 biopic, "The Dolly Sisters"), Fritzie Von Busing, Maurice Farkoa, Jose Collins, Claude Fleming, Frank Ross, etc. Directed by Melville Ellis. Songs include: "Serenade," "Letter Song," Czardas," etc.
64 Merry Gentleman, The : Book and lyrics by Dorothy Reynolds and Julian Slade. Music by Julian Slade. Various productions at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre Royal (1953 - 84) starring Dorothy Reynolds, Pat Heywood, Alan Dobie, Pat (Patricia) Routledge (Star of British television's "Keeping Up Appearances"), Roy Skelton, John Warner, James Cairncross, Norman Rossington (Portrayed The Beatles' manager in "A Hard Day's Night"), Joan Plowright (Wife of Laurence Olivier), Roger Bizley, June Barrie, Ian Lindsay, Simon Green, Ian Bolt, etc.
64 Merry - Go - Round : Book by Albert Maltz ("The Hollywood Ten") and George Sklar. Produced by the Yale University School of the Fine Arts/The Department of Drama at the University Theatre (New Haven - 1932) starring Elia Kazan, Sidney A. Redish, Francis Myers, Stanley Wood, Anson Van Alstyn, Beatrice Beach, Arthur Bloch, Frederich Burleigh, Alan Baxter, etc. Directed by Alexander Dean.
64 Merry Gotham : "A Social Fantasy" by Elisabeth Marbury (Adapted and arranged from the French). Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1892) starring Herbert Kelcey, Fritz Williams, Charles Walcot, Augustus Cook, Effie Shannon, Bessie Tyree, Ada Curry, etc.
64 Merry Khan, The : Produced by The Euclid Avenue Garden Opera Company at the Euclid Avenue Garden Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio - 1905) starring Richard Jones, Harry Davies, Harry Duncan, etc. Directed by Max Faetkenheuer. Songs include: "Push the Shovel, Swing the Pick," "The Great Inventor," "The Idaho Bills," "Khiva, Khiva, The Land of Gold," "My Little Mite of a Girl," "If The Stars Are Out Tonight," etc.
64 Merry Maidens At The French Ball, The : Book by James J. Lowry and Sam Rice. Produced by Maurice Jacobs and James J. Lowry at the London Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Nellie Hanly, Josoe Flynn, Dot West, Sam Rice, etc. Directed by James J. Lowry and Sam Rice. Songs include: "A Bunch of Blackberries," "Doing His Duty," "Military Maid," "Oh, The Irish," "Just Because You Made Goo-Goo Eyes," etc.
64 Merry Malones, The : "Newest Song and Dance Show" by George M. Cohan. Produced by George M. Cohan's Comedian's at the Colonial Theatre (Boston - 1927) starring George M. Cohan, Jane Manners, Leo Henning, David London, Alan Edwards, Frank Masters, Frank Otto, Dorothy Whitmore, etc. Directed by Edward Royce. Choreographed by Jack Mason and Sam Forrest. Songs include: "Like A Wandering Minstrel," "Molly Malone," "The Bronx Express," "We've Had a Grand Old Time," "We've Got Him," "God's Good to the Irish," etc.
64 Merry Monarch, The : "A New Operetta" with book and lyrics by J. Cheever Goodwin. Music by Emile Chabrier and Woolson Morse. Produced at various theatres (1890 - 91)starring Francis Wilson, Charles Plunkett, Gilbert Clayton, Marie Jansen, etc. Directed by Richard Barker.
64 Merry Tourist, The : Produced by The La Salle Musical Comedy Company at the Columbus Theatre (No location or date listed) starring Arthur Clamage, Frank Boyd, Jack West, Camille Thele, etc. Directed by Arthur Clamage. Songs include: "Ephraham Jones," "Keep Away From the Fellow Who Owns an Automobile," "Barnyard Rag," etc.
64 Merry Tramps, The : "The Spectacular Farcical Comedy" by John Fowler. Music by Ivan L. Lewis. Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio - 1900) starring The Royal Lilliputians ("The Only Novelty in Sight" - A midget troupe of actors), James D. Doyle, Casper Weis, Leila Cautna, Will Archie, etc. Songs include: "South Carolina Sue', "The Blue and Gray," "Ma Tiger Lilly," "Just Because She Made Them Goo-Goo Eyes," "Give Us Another Lincoln," "How Do They Know That I Am Irish?," etc.
64 Merry Whirl, The : "An Entertainment of Quality" produced by Cliff Gordon and Bobby North at the Gayety Theatre (Hoboken, NJ - 1909) starring James C. Morton, Sherman Wade, Marie Beaugarde, James Doyle, etc. Directed and choreographed by Jack Mason. Music by Leo Edwards. Songs include: "Yankee Doodle Girls," "Lima Beans," "Down Havana Bay', "When The Stars Fell in Love With the Moon," "Strike Up a Bag Pipe Tune," etc.
64 Merry Widow, The : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection - See "Opera and Operetta Programs".
64 Merry Widow Remarried, The : "Die Lustige Wittwe in Zweiter Ehe" by Max Hanisch (English adaptation by Bertha Sheafer and Alonzo Price). Music by Carl Von Wegen. Produced by Max Faetkenheuer at the Euclid Garden Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio - No date ) starring Harry Benham, Robert Pitkin, Lew Dunbar, Olive North, etc. Directed by Alonzo Price.
64 Merry Wives Of Gotham, The : "Fanshastics" by Laurence Eyre. Produced at Henry Miller's Theatre (NYC - 1924) starring Grace George, Laura Hope Crews ("Aunt Pittypat" in "Gone With The Wind"), Eddie Quinn, Berton Churchill, Arthur Sinclair, Mary Ellis, etc. The song, "Heart O' Mine" composed for "Fanshastics" by Victor Herbert.
64 Merry Wives Of Windsor, The : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare Collection" by Title.
64 Merry World, The (By C. Judels) : "The International Revue" by Charles Judels. Music by Maurie Rubens, J. Fred Coots (Composer of "Santa Claus is Coming to Town," "Love Letters in the Sand," etc), Herman Hupfeld and Sammy Timberg. Lyrics by Clifford Grey. Produced by the Messrs.Shubert at the Imperial Theatre (NYC - 1926) starring Bernard Dudley, Thomas Whiteley, Emil Boreo, Dezso Retter, Alexander Gray, Grace Glover, Lola Raine, etc. Directed by Charles Judels. Choreographed by Larry Ceballos. Songs include; "Military Charleston," "Don't Fall in Love," "Golden Gates," "Talahasse" [sic.], "Dancing Jim," "Versailles," etc.
64 Merry World, The (By E. Smith) : "A Dramatic Pousse- Café, Intended to Cheer You Up After Dinner, and Containing a Little of Everything Except Plot" by Edgar Smith and Nicholas Biddle. Produced at various theatres (1895 - 97) starring May Howard, Frank Blair, David Warfield, Hattie Moore, Nanette Nixon, Frank McNish, Fred Solomon, Kitty Lawrence, etc.
64 Mert and Phil : "A New Play" by Anne Burr. Produced for the New York Shakespeare Festival (Lincoln Center) at the Zellerbach Theatre (The Annenberg Center for Communication Arts and Sciences - University of Pennsylvania), Philadelphia (1974) starring Estelle Parsons, Michael Lombard, Marilyn Roberts, Rhoda Gemignani, Norman Ornellas, Beverlee McKinsey and Marie Wallace. Directed by Joseph Papp.
64 Merton Of The Movies : "A Dramatization of Harry Leon Wilson's Story of the Same Name" by George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly. Various productions (1922 - 77) starring Glenn Hunter, Esther Pinch, Florence Nash, Edward M. Favor, Albert Cowles, George Spelvin, Eugene Ordway, George Hill, Philip F. W. Peck, Carter Palmer, June Walker, O.Z. Whitehead, Mary Wickes, Anne Baxter, Buster Keaton, Jane Dulo, Molly Dodd, Sid Clute, Richard Thomas ("The Waltons"), Annette O' Toole, Mickey Deems (Of the comedy team, "Mack and Myer for Hire"), Herb Vigran, Peggy Rea, etc. Original 1922 production directed by Hugh Ford, George C. Tyler and Hugh Ford.
64 Merveilleux Alliage : "Comedy" by Wladimir Kirchon (Adapted by H.R. Lenormand). Produced at the Theatre des Mathurins (Paris - 1935) starring Gabriel Gobin, Louis Salou, Raymond Dagand, etc.
64 Message For Margaret : Book by James Parish. Various productions (c. 1947) starring Flora Robson, Edgar Norfolk, Barbara Couper, Jack Allen, Mady Christians, Miriam Hopkins, Roger Pryor, Peter Cookson and Janice Mars. Directed in London by James Parish. Produced on Broadway (1947) by Stanley Gilkey and Barbara Payne and directed by Elliott Nugent.
64 Message From Mars, A : "A Fantastical Comedy Drama" by Richard Ganthony. Various productions (1899 - 1924) starring Charles Hawtrey, Edgar Payne, Eric Dudley, George Pickett, Adie Burt, Isabel Irving, Frances Belmont, Lilian Morgan, Jessie Bateman, Bella Pateman, Katherine Standing, Alan Mowbray, May Ediss, Charles Hampden, etc.
64 Message From The Grassroots : Book by Robert Riche. Produced by the Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal, Bristol (1967) starring Marshall Jones, Drew Wood, John Malcolm, Siobhan Lyons, etc. Directed by Val May.
64 Message To Michael : "A New Play" by Tim Pinckney. Produced in NYC (No location or date listed ) starring David Beach, Kevin Cristaldi, Rick Hammerly, etc. Directed by Michael Scheman.
64 Messenger Boy, The : "Laughing Success" by James T. Tanner and Alfred Murray. Music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton. Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank. Various productions (1901 - 02) starring James T. Powers, George Honey, May Robson, Rachel Booth, Harry Nicholls, William Wyes, Violet Lloyd, Grace Palotta, Katie Seymour, etc. Directed in London by George Edwardes. Directed in New York by Herbert Gresham. Songs include: "Ask Papa," "Off to Cairo," "Has Anybody Seen Our Cat?," "Sheltered From the Noonday Glare," "To the Paris Exposition," etc.
64 Messenger From Jarvis Section, A : "The Original and Typical American Comedy Abounding in Quaint Humors, Novel Surprises and Peculiar Interests" by E. A. Locke. Produced at the Corinthian Academy of Music (No location listed - 1879) starring B. McAuley, Charles Mason, Lizzie Evans, Jessie Randolph, Minnie Maddern, etc.
64 Messin' Around : "A Modern Musical Novelty" by Lousi Isquith. Music by Jimmy Johnson. Lyrics by Perry Bradford. Produced by Louis Isquith "With An All-Star Cast of Colored Artists" at the Hudson Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Sterling Grant, Paul Floyd, Monette Moore, Arthur Porter, Freda Jackson, James Dyer, Olive Ball, Bamboo McCarver, etc. Directed by Louis Isquith. Choreographed by Eddie Rector. Songs include: "Harlem Town," "Your Love is All I Crave', "Get Away From My Window," "Mississippi Moan," "Tapcopation," "Hopping the Buck," etc.
64 Metamora : or "The Last of the Wampanoags" produced at the Boston Theatre (Boston, MA - No date) starring Edwin Forrest, Louis Aldrich, G. H. Clarke, A.W. Leonard, etc.
64 Metamorphoses, The : "Transformation of Ovid" adapted and translated with lyrics by Arnold Weinstein. Music by True Brothers. Various productions (1971) starring Lewis Arquette (Son of Cliff "Charley Weaver" Arquette and father of Rosanna Arquette, Patricia Arquette, Alexis Arquette, Richmond Arquette, and David Arquette), Regina Baff, Hamid Hamilton Camp, Mary Frann (Co-star of television's "Newhart"), Paula Kelly ("Sweet Charity" on film), Avery Schreiber (Of the comedy team, "Burns and Schreiber"), Susan Anspach, Bernie Casey, George Gaynes, John Rubenstein (Son of Artur Rubenstein), Judi West, Lesley Warren, etc. Directed by Paul Sills.
64 Metamorphoses : Book by Mary Zimmerman (Based on a translation by David Slavitt of Ovid's "Metamorphoses"). Produced at the Circle in the Square (NYC - 2002) starring Anjali Bhimani, Raymond Fox, Kyle Hall, Doug Hara, Felicity Jones, Chris Kipiniak, Louise Lamson, Erik Lochtefeld, Mariann Mayberry, Lisa Tejero, etc. Directed by Mary Zimmerman.
64 Metamorphosis : "A Play from a Story by Kafka" adapted by Steven Berkoff. Produced at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre, NYC (1989) starring Mikhail Baryshnikov, Madeleine Potter, Laura Esterman, Mitch Kreindel, T.J. Meyers and Rene Auberjonois. Directed by Steven Berkoff. Musical directed by Larry Spivack.
64 Metamorphosis : Book by Charles Dizenzo (From the stories of Franz Kafka). Produced at The American Place Theatre (NYC - 1972) starring Christopher Walken, Sy Travers, Oliver Clark, Leonardo Cimino, Catherine Burns, Avril Gentles, etc. Directed by Jacques Cartier.
64 Metempsychosis : or "The Picture Fiend" (Formed on a German Superstition) produced at the Surrey Theatre (London - 1832). Billed with "Old King Cole!" and "Cinderella".
64 Meteor : "A New Play" by S. N. Behrman. Produced by The Theatre Guild at various theatres (1929) starring Lynn Fontanne, Douglass Montgomery, Alfred Lunt, Leonard Loan, Shirley O' Hara, etc. Directed by Philip Moeller.
64 Meteor, The : "The British Premiere of a New Comedy" by Friedrich Durrenmatt (Translated by James Kirkup). Produced by The Royal Shakespeare Company at the Aldwych Theatre (London - 1966) starring Patrick Magee, Clifford Rose, Patience Collier, Mike Pratt, etc. Directed by Clifford Williams.
64 Metro : Book and lyrics (Original) by Agata Miklaszewska and Maryna Miklaszewska. Music by Janusz Stoklosa. English lyrics by Mary Bracken Phillips. English book by Mary Bracken Phillips and Janusz JoseFowicz. Produced by Wiktor Kubiak at the Minskoff Theatre (NYC - 1992) starring Krzysztof Adamski, Monika Ambroziak, Andrew Appolonow, etc. Directed and choreographed by Janusz JozeFowicz. Songs include: "My Fairy Tale," "Labels," "Dreams Don't Die," etc.
64 Metropole : "A New Comedy" by William Walden. Produced by Max Gordon at various theatres (1949) starring Lee Tracy, Arlene Francis (Panelist on television's "What's My Line?" 1950 - 75), Edith Atwater, Henry Jones, Jane Seymour, Jean Carson, Royal Dano, etc. Directed by George S. Kaufman.
64 Mexican Hayride : Book by Herbert and Dorothy Fields (Brother and sister). Music and lyrics by Cole Porter (Portrayed by Cary Grant in the 1946 biopic," Night and Day," by Ron Randell in "Kiss Me Kate" (1953) and by Kevin Kline in the 2004 biopic, "De-Lovely".). Produced by Michael Todd (Stage and film producer and director. Husband of Joan Blondell, Elizabeth Taylor, etc. Father of Michael Todd, Jr.) at the Winter Garden Theatre (NYC - 1944) starring Bobby Clark (Of the comedy team, "Clark and McCullough"), June Havoc (Sister of Gypsy Rose Lee. Portrayed on stage and film as "Dainty June" in "Gypsy"), George Givot, Wilbur Evans, Edith Meiser, etc. Directed by John Kennedy and Hassard Short. Choreographed by Paul Haakon. Songs include: "Sing to Me, Guitar," "The Good-Will Movement," "I Love You," "There Must Be Someone For Me," "What a Crazy Way to Spend a Sunday," etc.
65 Miami Lights : Book and lyrics by Jacques Levy. Music by Stanley Walden. Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami - 1990) starring Rafael Blanco, Mark Morales, Ronald Hunter, Pedro Roman, Jack Dabdoub, etc. Directed by Arnold Mittelman. Choreographed by Margo Sappington. Songs include: "Mister Moon," "I'm a Nice Guy," "I Guess I Let It Get To Me," Miami Lights," etc.
65 Mice And Men : "A New Play" by Madeleine Lucette Ryley. Various productions (1902 - 14) starring Annie Russell, John Mason, John Glendining, Forbes Robertson, Ben Webster, Gertrude Elliott, etc.
65 Michael And Mary : "Latest Play" by A.A. Milne. Various productions (1929 - 31) starring Madge Kennedy, George Spelvin, Clinton Sundberg (Familiar MGM contract player in many classic film musicals of the 1940s), Fay Ball, Terence Neill, Henry Hull ("The Werewolf of London" on film), Edith Barrett, Harry Beresford, etc. Directed by Charles Hopkins.
65 Michael Strogoff : "The New Grand, Realistic, Dramatic Pageant" by Jules Verne. Various productions (1881 - 87) starring William Redmund, John E. Ince, E.Y. Backus, Annie Proctor, Edmund Collier, Hattie Fay, F. C. Bangs, Felix Morris, Cecil Rush, etc.
65 Mickey Kannis Caught My Eye : "A South African Play About Failure and Gentle Wisdom" by Geraldine Aron. Produced by the University of Natal/Department of Speech and Drama (Durban, South Africa - No date) starring Themi Venturas, Celeste Litkie, Mark Faith and Brenda Radloff. Directed by Themi Venturas.
65 Mid-Channel : Book by Arthur W. Pinero. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1910) starring Ethel Barrymore, Charles Dalton, Phoebe Coyne, Louise Rutter, Marianne Thurber, etc. Directed by Gustav Von Seyffertitz.
65 Mid-Summer : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare - Modern Adaptations".
65 Midas : Produced at the Theatre Royal, Dublin (1840). Billed with "Belle's Stratagem," "Love and Mystery', "Giovanni in London," "The Ladies Club," "Master's Rival," "Naval Engagements," etc.
65 Middle Ages, The : "A New Comedy" by A.R. Gurney, Jr. Produced at The Theatre at St. Peter's Church at Citicorp Center (NYC - No date). No cast listed. Directed by David Trainer.
65 Middle of Nowhere In The Middle Of The Night, The : "A Theatrical Fantasy" by Tracy Friedman. Based on Songs by Randy Newman. Produced at the Wisdom Bridge Theatre (Chicago - 1985) starring Roy Hytower, Don Franklin, Ron Orbach, Hollis Resnick and Neil Flynn. Directed and choreographed by Tracy Friedman. Songs include: "I Think It's Going to Rain Today," "Davy the Fat Boy," "Short People," "Old Man," "Rednecks," etc.
65 Middle Of The Night : "A Love Story" by Paddy Chayefsky. Various productions (1956 - 58) starring Edward G. Robinson, Gena Rowlands (Wife of John Cassavetes), June Walker (wife of Geoffrey Kerr. Mother of John Kerr), Anne Jackson (Wife of Eli Wallach), Lee Philips ("Michael Rossi" in the 1957 film, "Peyton Place"), Martin Balsam (Husband of Joyce Van Patten), Betty Walker, Martin Landau, Norman Feld, Charlotte Dominick, Allen Schwartz, Elise Goldman, etc. Originally produced and directed by Joshua Logan.
65 Middle Watch, The : "A Romance of Navy Life" by Ian Hay and Stephen King-Hall. Produced by Arch Selwyn and Charles B. Cochran at the Times Square Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Alfred Wellesley, George Carr, Robert Mawdesley, Dodo Watts, Enid Menhinick, Fred Kerr, etc.
65 Middleman, The : "An Original Play of Modern English Life" by Henry Arthur Jones. Produced at various theatres (1890) starring E.S. Willard, Charles Harbury, Harry Cane, Sidney Booth, Maxine Elliott, Charles Mackay, Ila Irvine, J. Logan, Agnes Palmer, Royce Carleton, Harry Barfoot, Percy Winter, etc.
65 Midgie Purvis : "A Farcical Comedy" by Mary Chase. Produced by Robert Whitehead and Roger L. Stevens in association with Alfred R. Glancy, Jr. at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1961) starring Tallulah Bankhead, Burgess Meredith, William Redfield, Clinton Sundberg, Alice Pearce (Co-star of "Bewitched" on ABC-TV), John Cecil Holm, Russell Hardie, Jane Van Duser, Pia Zadora, etc. Directed by Burgess Meredith. Incidental music composed and arranged by Saul Kaplan.
65 Midnight : "A Melodrama" by Claire and Paul Sifton. Produced by The Theatre Guild at various theatres (NYC - 1931 - 32) starring Josephine Hull, Clifford Odets, Samuel Rosen, Harriet McGibbon, Glenn Anders, Jack LaRue, etc. Directed by Philip Moeller.
65 Midnight Alarm, The : "The Sensational Comedy-Drama" produced at Henry C. Miner's People's Theatre (NYC - No date) starring J.H. Smiley, George B. Berrell, Will F. Phillips, Anna M. Quinn, etc.
65 Midnight Bell, A : Produced at various (1889 - 91) starring R. J. Dillon, Frank Lane, Percy Gaunt, Maude Adams, Annie Adams, Mamie Ryan, William Moore, etc.
65 Midnight Call, A : "The Sensational Drama" produced by Holden's Comedy Company at the Rockford Opera House (Rockford, Illinois - No date) starring Kittie DeLorme, Iona Holker, W.E. Dalton, etc.
65 Midnight Caller, The : Book by Horton Foote. Produced at the Wisdom Bridge Theatre (Chicago - No date) starring Lucy Butler, Peggy Goss, Caitlin Hart, Larry Coven, etc. Directed by Kyle Donnelly.
65 Midnight Frolic, A : or "The Little Rebel" by May Henderson Thurston. Produced at the Comstock Opera House (No location or date listed) starring Lillian Kennedy, Jessie Henderson, Henry W., Fenwick, Frederick Hood, James Kennedy, Davenport Bebus, etc.
65 Midnight Girl, The : "A Musical Comedy" by Paul Herve. Music by Jean Briquet and Adolf Phillip. American version by Adolf Phillip and Edward A. Paulton. Produced by the Messrs.Shubert at various theatres (1914) starring Daisy Rudd, Denman Maley, Margaret Romaine, George MacFarlane, etc. Directed by Edwin T. Emery. Choreographed by Harry Delf. Songs include; "Love and Victory," "Come Back to the Old Cabaret," "Honeymoon Hall," "A Place to Spoon," "Waltz With Me," etc.
65 Midnight Marriage, A : "Romantic Drama" by Osborne. Produced at various theatres (c. 1885) starring William Redmund, Thomas Barry, Charles W. Sutton, Belle Bazzey, Amelia Watts, etc.
65 Midnight Marriage, The : "The Successful Comedy Drama" by Hal Reid. Produced at the Bastable Theatre (Syracuse, NY - No date) staring Harry J. Ingram, Al Coleman, Fred Lewis, Evelyn Warden, etc.
65 Midnight Moon At The Greasy Spoon, A : Book by Miguel Pinero. Produced by the Los Angeles Actor's Theatre (Ralph Waite, Artistic Director) in association with the New York Shakespeare Festival at the Free Theatre (Los Angeles - No date) starring John Marley ("Faces," "The Godfather," "Love Story" on film), Ford Rainey, Ben Frommer, Tina Ling, Hal Williams, Zitto Kazann, etc. Directed by William H. Bushnell.
65 Midnight Paris : "The Musical Travesty" with book, music and lyrics by Dave Marion. Produced at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1909) starring William Butler, Belle Wilton, Charles Wicks, James Lichter, Louis Christy, The Jardin De Paris Girls, etc. Billed with "Circus Day" by Dave Marion and various vaudeville acts.
65 Midnight Sons, The : "A Musical Moving Picture in Seven Films" by Glen McDonough. Music by Raymond Hubbell. Produced by Lew Fields at various theatres (1909 - 10) starring Taylor Holmes, Denman Maley, Lotta Faust, Norma Brown, Vernon Castle (Portrayed by Fred Astaire in the 1939 biopic, "The Story Of Vernon and Irene Castle"), Blanche Ring, Maude Lambert, Gladys Moore, Linden Beckwith, etc. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Songs include: "My Sister Tettrazine," "Cinderella at the Shoe Store," "A Yankee Honeymoon," etc.
65 Midnight Sun, The : "A New Play" by Joseph Hayes. Produced by Howard Erskine, Joseph Hayes and David J. Cogan at various theatres (1959 - 60) starring Janet Gaynor, Steven Hill, Ed Begley, Martin Brooks, Evans Evans, Bertrice Reading, etc. Directed by John Frankenheimer.
65 Mid-Summer Night Fancies : Produced by George W. Lederer at the Crystal Garden (NYC - 1903) starring Pat Rooney, Belle Heath, Emma Carus, Trixie Friganza, etc. Directed by George W. Lederer. Music by Max Hoffman and Ben M. Jerome. Lyrics by Matt C. Woodward, John Gilroy and Max Hoffman.
65 Midsummer Night's Dream, A : Filed with The Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare Collection" by title.
65 Meiga, La : Book by Federico Romero and Guillermo Fernandez Shaw. Music by Jesus Guridi. Produced at the Teatro De La Zarzuela (Madrid - No date) starring Ana Garcia, Mario Ferrer, Amelia Font, Luis Obregon, etc. Directed by Jose Perera.
65 Mighty Dollar, The : "Famous Comedy" by B. E. Woolf. Produced at various theatres (1887 - 88) starring Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Florence, James Dunn, Earle Sterling, James Stanton, Stella Boniface, Belle Pierson, Ida Van Cortland, Albert Tavernier, etc.
65 Mighty Gents, The : "A Powerful and Touching Play" by Richard Wesley. Music by Peter Link. Produced at the Eisenhower Theatre at the Kennedy Center (Washington, DC - No date) starring Dorian Harewood, Howard E. Rollins, Jr., Frank Adu, Morgan Freeman, Brent Jennings, Starletta Du Pois, etc. Directed by Harold Scott.
65 Mighty Man Is He, A : "A New Comedy" by Arthur Kober and George Oppenheimer. Various productions (1955 - 61) starring Claudette Colbert, Joan Wetmore, Bill Daniels (William Daniels), Nancy Kelly, John Cecil Holm, Gene Blakely, Nancy Cushman, Dean L. Childs, Julie Holland, etc. Originally produced (1955) by Walter Fried and directed by Ira Cirker.
65 Mikado, The : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection - See "Gilbert and Sullivan Collection " by title.
65 Mike Angelo : "A New Play of Love and Laughter" by Edward Locke. Produced by Oliver Morosco at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1923) starring Leo Carrillo, Grant Stewart, Wanda Lyon, Robert Strange, Dorothy Mackaye, etc. Directed by Clifford Brooke.
65 Mile-A Minute Kendall : "A Comedy" by Owen Davis. Produced by Oliver Morosco at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - No date) starring Donald Gallaher, Hobart Cavanaugh, Eva Le Gallienne, Alma Belwin, William Sampson, etc. Directed by Robert Milton.
65 Milestones : Book by Arnold Bennett and Edward Knoblauch. Various productions (1912 - 30) starring Sybil Walsh, Malcolm Cherry, Cronin Wilson, Una Venning, Dennis Eadie, Haidee Wright, Lionel Atwill, Stanley Logan, Gladys Cooper, Edwin Milton Royle, Dorothy Stickney, Beulah Bondi, Ernest Cossart, Tom Powers, Warburton Gamble, Selena Royle, Stewart J. C. Alsop, Frances Chase, Dorie Sawyer, Auriol Lee, Leo G. Carroll, Rupert Harvey, etc.
65 Military Girl, The : "Musical Farce" with book, lyrics and music by Cecil Lean. Produced by Ray Comstock and W.K. Ziegfeld at various theatres (1912) starring Cecil Lean, Florence Holbrook, Nita Allen, Earl Stanley, Cleo Mayfield, etc. Directed by Ned Wayburn and Zeke Colvan ("Personal representative of Ned Wayburn"). Songs include: "I'll Make a Man of You Yet," "It's Great to Wear a Uniform," "The Flikering Film-Made Plays," "The Trombone Glide," etc.
65 Milk And Honey : "A New Musical" by Don Appell. Music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Various productions (1962 - 64) starring Molly Picon ("The First Lady of the Yiddish Theatre"), Robert Weede, Mimi Benzell, Tommy Rall, Ronald Holgate, Terry Saunders, Reuben Singer, Johnny Borden, Hermione Gingold, Ceil Bloch, Rose Geller, etc. Originally produced (1962) by Gerard Oestreicher, directed by Albert Marre and choreographed by Donald Saddler. Songs include: "Milk and Honey," "Shalom," "Chin Up, Ladies," "That Was Yesterday," "There's No Reason in the World," etc.
65 Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore, The : "A New Play" by Tennessee Williams. Various productions (1962 - 64) starring Hermione Baddeley. Mildred Dunnock, Paul Roebling, Ann Williams, Maria Tucci, Tallulah Bankhead, Tab Hunter, Ruth Ford, Marian Seldes, Charles Waterman, Claire Luce, Donald Madden, etc. Originally produced (1962) by Roger L. Stevens and directed by Herbert Machiz. Later productions directed by Tony Richardson and Adrian Hall.
65 Milk White Flag, A : "Greatest Farce Comedy" by Charles H. Hoyt. Various productions (1895 - 1909) starring Charles Stanley, Lloyd Wilson, Frank Lawton, Julien Mitchell, John W. Dunne, Langtry Ashton, Jules Kusel, John S. Marble, John L. Kearney, Anna Lloyd, etc.
65 Milky Way, The : "A Comedy" by Lynn Root and Harry Clork. Various productions (1934 - 60) starring William Foran, Brian Donlevy, Gladys George, Emily Lowry, Lynn Root, Hugh O' Connell, Earl F. Simmons, Bernard Piven, Jerome Gershman, Jerry Stiller (Of comedy team of "Stiller and Meara". Father of Ben Stiller.), Joey Faye (Of the comedy team, "Mack and Myer for Hire"), Lila Lee, etc. Originally produced (1934) by Sidney Harmon and James R. Ullman and directed by William W. Schorr.
65 Miller And His Men, The : "The Very Popular Melo-Drama" produced at various theatres throughout Great Britain (c. 1813). Billed with "Midas," "The Sleep Walker," "The Duenna," "Lestocq," etc.
65 Million, The : "A Farce from the French" by M.M. Berr and Guillemand. Various productions (1910 - 13) starring Eugene O' Brien, Taylor Holmes, Nellie Kellar, Charles Trowbridge, Paul Ker, Harry Davenport, Isabel Rea, Forrest Orr, etc.
65 Million Dollar Quartet : Book by Colin Escott and Floyd Mutrux. Original concept and direction by Floyd Mutrux. Inspired by Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins. Produced by Relevant Theatricals, etc. at the Eisenhower Theater at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (Washington, DC - 2013) starring David Elkins, Martin Kaye, Robert Britton Lyons, Billy Woodward, Corey Kaiser, Kelly Lamont, Billy Shaffer and Vince Nappo. Directed by Eric Schaeffer. Musical arrangements and supervision by Chuck Mead. Songs include: "Blue Suede Shoes," "Matchbox," "Folsom Prison Blues," "Fever," "Sixteen Tons," "Peace in the Valley," "Great Balls of Fire," "Hound Dog," "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On," etc.
65 Millionaire's Son And The Shop Girl, The : "The Drama With A Punch" by W.C. Herman. Produced by George Klimt at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1917) starring H. Nelson Dickson, George V. Dill, Max Mohr, Nellie Redd, Lillian Norman, etc.
65 Millionairess, The : "A Jonsonian Comedy" by George Bernard Shaw. Various productions (1952 - 2012) starring Katharine Hepburn, Cyril Ritchard, Campbell Cotts, Peter Dyneley, Robert Helpmann, Patricia Jessel, David Mink, Kevin Bundy, Nicole Underhay, Martin Happer, Robin Evan Willis, Steven Sutcliffe, Mark Uhre, Kevin Hanchard, Michael Ball, Wendy Thatcher, etc., Originally produced (1952) by The Theatre Guild and directed by Michael Benthall.
65 Mima : Book by David Belasco (Adapted from "The Red Mill" of Ferenc Molnar). Produced by Morris Gest by arrangement with David Belasco at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Lenore Ulric, Sidney Blackmer, Philip Bishop, Madeleine King, Ruth Dayton, Dwight Frye (Co-star of "Frankenstein" and "Dracula " on film), Allan Hale, etc. Directed by David Belasco.
65 Mimic World, The : "A New Musical Review" by Edgar Smith. Music by Ben M. Jerome and Seymour Furth. Lyrics by Ed Madden and Addison Burkhardt. Produced by Sam and Lee Shubert and Lew Fields at The Casino (NYC - 1908) starring Charles King, Frank Thomas, Grace Tyson, Nellie King, Walter Lawrence, Joe Kane, Dave Lewis, etc. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Choreographed by Ned Wayburn.
65 "Mind The Paint" Girl, The : "A Comedy" by Arthur Wing Pinero. Music by Jerome Kern (Portrayed by Robert Walker in the 1946 biopic, "Till the Clouds Roll By"). Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1912 - 13) starring Billie Burke (Wife of Florenz Ziegfeld), Shelley Hull, Morton Selten, Anna Rose, etc.
65 Mind With The Dirty Man, The : "One of the Most Excrutiatingly Hilarious Comedies in Years" by Jules Tasca. Produced at various theatres (19730 starring Don Knotts, Pamela Britton, Kathleen Freeman, Al Checco, etc. Directed by Edward Parone.
65 Mineola Twins, The : Book by Paula Vogel. Produced by The Roundabout Theatre Company at the Criterion Center Laura Pels Theatre (NYC - 1999) starring Swoozie Kurtz, Mo Gaffney, Mandy Siegfried, Daniel Sherman and Jimmy Holder. Directed by Joe Mantello.
65 Miner's Daughter, The : or "Trapped in the Shaft" by Melvin Pape. Produced by the Elgin Community Theatre at the Ellis Little Theatre (Elgin, Illinois - No date) starring Eugene Dolinski, Ruth Rumbold, Cecil Lester, etc. Directed by Michael Van Houtdreve.
65 Miniature, The : "A New Play" by Walter Frith. Produced in 1911 (No location listed) starring Arthur Royston, T.N. Weguelin, Lilian Braithwaite and Margaret Chute.
65 Minick : "A Comedy" by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. Produced by Winthrop Ames at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1924) starring Antoinette Perry, Phyllis Povah, Sydney Booth, Ann Winslow, etc. Directed by Winthrop Ames.
65 Minister's Daughter, The : "The Comedy Drama Success" produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Jane Stuart, May Noble, Charles Lloyd, Jack Armstrong, J.J. Farnum, etc.
65 Minister's Sweetheart, A : Book by Robert Wayne. Produced at Havlin's Theatre (Philadelphia - 1911) starring Louis Hariman, Wayne Nunn, May Gerald, etc.
65 Minister's Wife, A : Book by Austin Pendleton. Music by Joshua Schmidt. Lyrics by Jan Levy Tranen. Produced by Andre Bishop and Bernard Gersten at the Lincoln Center Theater at the Mitzi E. Newhouse (NYC - 2011) starring Liz Bates, Kate Fry, Drew Gehling, Marc Kudisch and Bobby Steggert. Conceived and directed by Michael Halberstam.
65 Minnie An' Me : "A Fantastic Comedy With Music" with book and lyrics by Zelda Sears. Music by Harold Levey. Produced by Henry W. Savage in New Haven (1923) starring Mitzi, Emma Conway, Sidney Greenstreet, Jeanette MacDonald, etc. Directed by Ira Hards. Choreographed by Julian Alfred.
65 Minnie And Mr. Williams : "A Comedy of Good and Evil" by Richard Hughes. Produced by John Gassner and David Dietz at various theatres (1948) starring Josephine Hull ("Arsenic and Old Lace" and "Harvey" on stage and film), Eddie Dowling, Elizabeth Ross, Clarence Derwent, Paul Anderson, etc. Directed by Eddie Dowling.
65 Minnie's Boys : "A Rollicking New Musical Comedy Based upon the Lives of the Marx Brothers" by Arthur Marx (Son of Groucho Marx) and Robert Fisher. Music by Larry Grossman. Lyrics by Hal Hackady. Production consultant: Groucho Marx. Produced by Arthur Whitelaw, Max Brown and Byron Goldman at the Imperial Theatre (NYC - 1970) starring Shelley Winters (As "Minnie Marx"), Arney Freeman, Mort Marshall (as "Al Shean"), Julie Kurnitz, Lewis J. Stadlen (As "Groucho"), Alvin Kupperman (As "Zeppo"), Irwin Pearl (As "Chico"), Daniel Fortus (As "Harpo"), Gary Raucher (As "Gummo"), Richard B. Shull, Roland Winters (As "E.F. Albee"), Dennis Cole, etc. Dance Arrangements and incidental music by Marvin Hamlisch. Directed by Lawrence Kornfeld. Choreographed by Patricia Birch. Songs include: "Mama a Rainbow," "Be Happy," "Where Was I When They Passed Out Luck?," "You Remind Me of You," "I'll Say She Is," etc.
65 Minsky's : "The New Musical Comedy" by Bob Martin (Original book by Evan Hunter). Music by Charles Strouse. Lyrics by Susan Birkenhead. Produced by the Center Theatre Group at the Ahmanson Theatre (Los Angeles - 2009) starring Kevin Cahoon, John Cariani, Rachel Dratch (Saturday Night Live, 30 Rock, etc), Christopher Fitzgerald, Beth Leavel, Katherine Leonard, Gerry Vichi, Paul Vogt, George Wendt (Most famous as "Norm" on Television's "Cheers'), Kirsten Bracken, Philip Hoffman, Charlie Sutton, Jennifer Werner, Patrick Wetzel, etc. Directed and choreographed by Casey Nicholaw. Songs include: "Workin' Hot," "Cleopatra," "Keep It Clean," "Bananas," "God Bless the U.S.A.," "Tap Happy," "I Want a Life," "Nothin' Lasts Forever," etc.
65 Miracle, The : Book by Karl Vollmoeller. Music by Engelbert Humperdinck (Revised and extended by Freiedrich Schirmer). Produced by Morris Gest and F. Ray Comstock at various theatres (1924 - 29) starring Lady Diana Manners, Jane Hathaway, Fritz Feld, Nicholas Gray, Charles Peyton, Luis Rainer (Two-time Oscar Winner for "The Great Ziegfeld" and "The Good Earth"), William Gleason, The Princess Matchabelli, Elizabeth Schirmer, etc. Directed by Max Reinhardt.
65 Miracle At Verdun : Book by Hans Chlumberg. Produced by the Theatre Guild at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1930 - 31) starring Robert Middlemass, Hilda Case, Valerie Cossart, Edward Arnold, David Gorcey, Claude Rains, Alexander Ivo, Akim Tamiroff, etc. Directed by Herbert J. Biberman ( One of the blacklisted "Hollywood Ten". Husband of Gale Sondergaard.).
65 Miracle Man, The : "Newest Play" by George M. Cohan (From a story by Frank L. Packard). Produced by Cohan and Harris at various theatres (1914 - 15) starring William H. Thompson, George Nash, Gail Kane, Frank Bacon, Ada Gilman, Percy Helton, etc. Directed by George M. Cohan.
65 Miracle Worker, The : "A New Play" by William Gibson (Based on the life and relationship of Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan). Various productions (1959 - 2009) starring Anne Bancroft, Patty Duke, Torin Thatcher, Michael Constantine, Beah Richards, Candace Culkin (Sister of Bonnie Bedelia. Aunt of Macaulay Culkin, etc.), Joann Rose, Bella Jarrett, Joyce Randall, Donna Zimmerman, Gillian Spencer, Ned Beatty, Patricia Neal, Suzanne Pleshette, Eileen Brennan, C.M. Gampel, Anna Massey (Daughter of Raymond Massey. Sister of Daniel Massey), Laura Hill, Kirsti Cripe, Rita Moreno, Lynn Holly, Barbie Veguilla, Heather Sismay, Katrina Muench, Ryan James, Kristen Strobel, Austin Matthews, Frank Carullo, Erinn Dorsey, Larry Hoffman, Cherelle Beckles, Zion King, Abigail Haworth, Olivia Haworth, Michelle Ott, etc. Originally produced (1959) by Fred Coe and directed by Arthur Penn.
65 Miracolo d' Amore : Book by Martha Clarke. Music by Richard Peaslee. Produced by Joseph Papp and the New York Shakespeare Festival at The Public/The Newman Theatre (NYC - 1988) starring Peter Becker, Amy Spencer, Rob Besserer, Felix Blaska, Nina Watt, Adam Rogers, etc. Directed by Martha Clarke.
65 Mirage, A : "A Dream, A Dance, A Nightmare, A Play, A Painting, A Carnival of Ideas with Performers of All Ages" including visual work by Todd Gilens, Pat Oleszko and Mary Ellen Strom. Produced by the Creative Time And Dance Theater Workshop (Brooklyn, NY - 1994) starring Ann Carlson.
65 Mirage, The : "Great Success" by Edgar Selwyn. Various productions (c. 1922) starring Florence Reed, Mary Mallon, Reginald Goode, Susan Scott, Edward Pawley, etc. Original production directed by Edgar Selwyn.
65 Miranda : Book by Peter Blackmore. Various productions (c. 1956) starring Lorraine Seymour, Morton Kaplan, Willa Fenney, Marian Wood, Ted Wellman, etc. Emerson College (Boston) production directed by Albert Cohn.
65 Miranda And The Magic Sponge : Book by Pieter Scholtz starring Christopher Wells, Mark Faith, Peter Gardner, Alan Adams, etc. Directed by Pieter Scholtz. No location or date listed.
65 Miranda Of The Balcony : "A New Play" by Anne Crawford Flexner (Founded on the novel by A.E.W. Mason). Produced at the Manhattan Theatre (NYC - 1901) starring Mrs. Fiske (Minnie Maddern Fiske), J.E. Dodson, Max Figman, Frank McCormack, Bessie Harris, Mary Maddern, etc. Directed by Mrs. Fiske and Max Figman.
65 Mirandola : Produced at the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh (1821). Billed with "Where Shall I Dine?," "The Warlock of the Glen," "The Magpie or The Maid," etc.
65 Mirandolina : Book by Adrian Mitchell (Adapted from the story by Carlo Goldoni). Produced at the New Vic (Bristol, England - No date) starring Eva Lohman, Simon Chandler, Hubert Rees, etc. Directed by Tal Rubins.
65 Mirror, Mirror : "A New Comedy" by George Oppenheimer (Based on the novel, "The Back Seat" by G. B. Stern). Produced at the Westhampton Playhouse (Westhampton Beach, L.I. - 1951) starring Kay Francis, Joel Ashley, Jeanne Flanigan, Peter Hobbs, etc. Directed by Paul Morrison.
65 Mirror Under The Eagle : "A Theatrical Revue" by Philip C. Lewis. Produced at the Dallas Theater Center (TX - 1962) starring Ken Latimer, Robyn Baker, Randy Moore and Harriet Schoch at the piano. Directed by Don Howell. Directed by Don Powell. Choreographed by Juana de Laban.
65 Misalliance : "Comedy" by George Bernard Shaw. Various productions (1917 - 2012) starring Frederick Lloyd, Philip Leigh, Maclyn Arbuckle, Harold West, Philip Tonge, Charles Hampden, Alan Mowbray, E.E. Clive, Robert Wilson, Garret Boer, Colin Farrell, Kate Nelligan, Ronald Bishop, Chris Wiggins, Martyn Green ("The World's Foremost Authority and Performer of the Works of Gilbert and Sullivan"), Isobel Elsom, Philip Bosco, Patricia Elliott, Anthony Heald, Dina Merrill (Wife of Cliff Robertson), Michael Allinson, Lois Nettleton, Roddy McDowall, Richard Kiley, Bramwell Fletcher, Jerome Kilty, William Redfield, Dorothy Sands, Barry Jones, James Inman, Lyle Dye, Jr., Michael Tucker, David Metcalf, Lynn Redgrave, Irene Worth, William Atherton, Donald Moffat, Austin Pendleton, Peter Hutt, James Rankin, Ruth Warrick, Philip Campanella, Frances Sternhagen, James Greene, Wayne Tippit, Dennis Cooney, Gene Rupert, Priscilla Pointer, Robert Symonds, Philip Bourneuf, Thom Marriott, Catherine McGregor, Krista Colosimo, Wade Bogert - O'Brien, Jeff Meadows, Craig Pike, Tara Rosling, Ben Sanders, etc.
65 Misanthrope, The : Book by Moliere. Various adaptations, translations and productions (1905 - 89) starring Brian Bedford, Richard Easton, Keene Curtis, Christine Pickles, Betty Miller, Carole Shelley, Mary Beth Hurt (Wife of William Hurt), Stanley Tucci, Alec McCowen, Diana Rigg, Gawn Grainger, Ellis Rabb, Jacqueline Brookes, Olive Dunbar, Donald Pickering, Sian Thomas, Richard Mansfield, Edward Hardwicke, Rachel Roberts (Wife of Rex Harrison), Peter O' Toole, Seth Allen, John Bottoms, Helen Gallagher, John McMartin, Joshua Mostel (Son of Zero Mostel), Wendell Bartholf, Terry Rogers, etc.
65 Miser, The : Book by Moliere. Various adaptations, translations and productions (1931 - 90) starring Robert de San Marzano, George H. Fitch, Chris Sarandon (Husband of Susan Sarandon), Richard Bauer, Bramwell Fletcher, Saundra Matthews, Philip Bosco, Carole Shelley, Mia Dillon, David Birney, Lenny Baker, Paul Benjamin, Blythe Danner, Stephen Elliott, Hume Cronyn, Rene Auberjonois, Jessica Tandy, Adolph Caesar, Mariette Hartley, Harold Gould, Fred Chappell, John Dean, Charles Kimbrough, Stuart Kendall, Sydney Walker, Ralph Byers, Hal Johnson, etc.
65 Miser's Daughter, The : Produced by Marsh's Juvenile Comedians at the Fireman's Hall (No location listed - 1858) starring Little Mary Marsh. Billed with "The Wandering Minstrel".
65 Miserables, Les : "A Musical" by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg (Based on the novel by Victor Hugo). Music by Claude-Michel Schonberg. Lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer. Various productions (1987 - 2006) starring Colm Wilkinson, Terrence Mann, Randy Graff, Dave Clemmons, Chuck Wagner, Gary Morris, Gary Barker, Richard Poole, Robert Marien, J. Mark McVey, William Solo, Randal Keith, Joan Almedilla, Trent Blanton, Sierra Boggess, Pierce Peter Brandt, Jennifer Butt, David Alder, Graham Bickley, Zoe Bright, Larry Alexander, Jennifer Lee Andrews, Paul Avedisian, Jeffrey Clonts, Ed Dixon, Dann Fink, John Leone, Liam O'Brien, Wade Williams, David Bryant, Leo Burmester, Randy Graff, Judy Kuhn, etc. Originally produced (1987) by Cameron Mackintosh and directed by Trevor Nunn and John Caird. Songs include: "I Dreamed a Dream," "Look Down," "One Day More," "A Heart Full of Love," "On My Own," "Bring Him Home," etc.
66 Misleading Lady, The : "A New Comedy" by Charles Goddard and Paul Dickey. Various productions (1913 - 16) starring Lewis S. Stone ("Judge Hardy' in the "Andy Hardy" film series), Albert Sackett, Frank Sylvester, George Abbott, Inez Buck, Frank Wilcox, Minna Gombel, Ralph F. Murphy, Paul Dickey, Francine Larrimore, etc. Originally produced (1013) by William Harris, Jr. and directed by Holbrook Blinn.
66 Miss Bob White : "Charming Comedy Opera" by Williard Spenser. Produced at the Auditorium Theatre (Marietta, Ohio - No date) starring Dorothy Hunting, Alice Dovey, Edith Blair, Neil McNeil, Frank Deshon, etc. Directed by Fred G. Nixon-Nirdlinger.
66 Miss Columbia : "A Musical Dramatic Offense" by Fred B. Neilson. Produced in 1891 by The Mask and Wig Club (The all-male performance group of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia) starring Clayton Fotterall McMichael (Founder of "The Mask and Wig Club"), Frederick Brooke Neilson, Thomas Robb, Jr., etc.
66 Miss Dolly Dollars : "A New Musical Comedy" by Victor Herbert and Harry B. Smith. Produced by Charles Dillingham at various theatres (1905 - 06) starring Lulu Glaser, Melville Stewart, Charles Bradshaw, Carter DeHaven (Father of Gloria De Haven), Sidney Harris, Violet Zell, etc.
66 Miss Dudelsack : "A Scotch Story Set to Music" by Grant Stewart and George V. Hobart (From the German of Fritz Gruenbaum and Heinz Reichert). Music by Rudolph Nelson. Produced by Louis F. Werba and Mark A. Luescher at the Olympic Theatre (St. Louis - 1912) starring Lulu Glaser, Thomas Richards, Arthur Hyde, Rosetta Nier, Briggs French, etc. Songs include: "The Cat's Away," "Love is King of Them All," "Pluck Not the Rose," "Just a Little Kiss," etc.
66 Miss Elizabeth's Prisoner : "A Romantic Comedy' by Robert Neilson Stephens and E. Lyall Swete. Produced at the Imperial Theatre (London - 1904) starring Lewis Waller, Norman McKinnel, Arthur Lewis, Lottie Venne, Grace Lane, etc.
66 Miss Esmeralda : "A New and Original Melodramatic Burlesque" by A.C. Torr and Horace Mills. Produced at The Gaiety Theatre (London - No date) starring Florence Dysart, Frank Thornton, George Stone, Fannie Leslie, Letty Lind, etc. Directed by Charles Harris. Billed with "Woodcock's Little Game".
66 Miss Firecracker Contest, The : Book by Beth Henley. Various productions (1983 - 85) starring Glenne Headly, Joan Allen, Tom Irwin, Laurie Metcalf, Moira Harris, Francis Guinan, William Fuller, Carol Cavallo, Barry Grayson, etc. The 1983 Steppenwolf Theatre Company production (Chicago) directed by Gary Sinise.
66 Miss Francis Of Yale : "A Farcical Comedy" by Michael Morton. Produced by Michael Morton at the Bastable Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1897) starring Etienne Girardot, Nick Long, Richard C. Bennett, Gertrude Homan, etc. Directed by Julius Cahn.
66 Miss Gulliver's Travels : "A Romantic Comedy of 1811" by George Ford and Ethel Taylor. Produced by George Ford at the Shubert Plymouth Theatre (Boston - 1930) starring Ignacio Martinetti, Nace Bonville, Sam Davis, Helen Ford, Vernon Rich, Fuller Mellish, Olive May, etc. Directed by Benrimo.
66 Miss Helyett : "An Operatic Comedy' by David Belasco (From the French of Maxime Boucheron). Music by Edmond Audran. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1891 - 92) starring Louise Leslie-Carter, Mark Smith, Edgar Ely, Gilbert Sarony, Kate Davis, Juno Burbank, Nina Lejeune, Lora Bell, etc. Directed by E.D. Price.
66 Miss Hobbs : "A New Comedy" by Jerome K. Jerome. Various productions (1899 - 1911) starring Annie Russell, Charles Richamn, Orrin Johnson, G.H. Gilbert, Langdon Geer, Kenneth M. Murchison, Herbert Waring, Allan Aynesworth, Evelyn Millard, Byron Douglas, Lizzie Hudson Collier, Vaughan Glaser, Fay Courteney, etc.
66 Miss Hook Of Holland : "A Dutch Musical" by Paul A. Rubens and Austen Hurgon. Music and lyrics by Paul A. Rubens. Produced by Frank Curzon at the Prince of Wales Theatre (London - No date) starring G.P. Huntley, Basil S. Foster, Ralph Holland, Eva Kelly, Isabel Jay, etc. Directed by Austen Hurgon.
66 Miss Innocence Abroad : "The New Comedy Farce" by Edward Paulton (Adapted from the French by F.C. Philips and Charles Brookfield). Produced at the Bijou Theatre (NYC - 1894) starring Fanny Rice, George R. Edeson, Charles Coote, Carrie Birkle, etc, Directed by Ben Teal.
66 Miss Isobel : "A New Play" by Michael Plant and Denis Webb. Produced by Leonard Sillman and John Roberts at various theatres (1957) starring Shirley Booth, Robert Duke, Edith King, Peter Lazer, John Randolph, Nancy Marchand, etc. Directed by Cedric Hardwicke.
66 Miss Julie : "A Naturalistic Drama" by August Strindberg. Various productions (1946 - 85) starring Elisabeth Bergner, Raymond Burr, James Daly (Father of Tyne and Timothy Daly), Ruth Ford, Viveca Lindfors, Rondi Reed, Molly Regan, Danton Stone, Norma Jean Wanvig, Betty Field, Melanie Kilburn, Mark Drewry, Kate Lynn-Evans, Lois Smith, Anthony Zerbe, Ruth Baker, Dan Dietrich, Ursula Frye, Arnette Jens, David Swenson, William Whitlock, etc. Billed with "The Stronger" by August Strindberg, "A Marriage Proposal" by Anton Chekov and "I Am a Camera" by John Van Druten.
66 Miss Liberty : "The New Musical Comedy" by Robert E. Sherwood. Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Produced by Irving Berlin, Robert E. Sherwood and Moss Hart at the Imperial Theatre (NYC - 1949) starring Allyn (Ann) McLerie, Eddie Albert, Mary McCarty, Charles Dingle, Philip Bourneuf, Tommy Rall, Marie Karnilova, Robert Penn, Janice Rule, etc. Directed by Moss Hart. Choreographed by Jerome Robbins. Songs include: "Let's Take an Old Fashioned Walk," "Paris Wakes Up and Smiles," "Homework," "Falling Out of Love Can Be Fun," "Just One Way to Say I Love You," "Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor" (Poem by Emma Lazarus), etc.
66 Miss Lonelyhearts : "A New Play" by Howard Teichmann (From the Novel by Nathanael West). Various productions (1957 - 70) starring Pat O' Brien, Fritz Weaver, Pippa Scott, Janet Ward, Ruth Warrick (Co-star of "Citizen Kane," Song of the South," etc. on film. "All My Children" on television), William Hickey, Henderson Forsythe, Fritz Weaver, Anne Meara (Of the comedy team of "Stiller and Meara. Wife of Jerry Stiller. Mother of Ben Stiller), Beverly Carter, Ron McCavour, etc. Originally produced (1957) by Lester Osterman and Alfred R. Glancy, Jr. and directed by Alan Schneider.
66 Miss Lulu Bett : "A Comedy of Manners" by Zona Gale (From her novel). Various productions (1921 - 84) starring Carroll McComas, Jack Bohn, Lois Shore, Ann MacDonald, Josephine Fox, Dolly Lush, Helen Janus, Rodney Hale, Irma Van Arsdale, Willard Johnson, Rose Pickering, James Pickering, Larry Shue, etc.
66 Miss Mabel : "The American Premiere" by R.C. Sherriff. Produced by Richard Aldrich (Portrayed by Richard Crenna in the 1968 biopic, "Star") at the Falmouth Playhouse (MA - c. 1950) starring Lillian Gish, Harry Bannister, Mark Roberts, Wallis Clark, etc. Directed by Richard Aldrich.
66 Miss Margarida's Way : Book by Roberto Athayde. Various productions (1977 - 90) starring Estelle Parsons, Colin Garrey, Barbara Tarbuck, Koji Okamura, etc. Original 1977 production directed by Roberto Athayde.
66 Miss Millions : "A Comedy With Music" with book and lyrics by R. H. Burnside. Music by Raymond Hubbell. Produced by The Ridgewood Woman's Club at the Play House (Ridgewood, NJ - 1926) starring Natalie Stout, George Draney, Judson Ford, Ben Barnes, etc. Directed by Kathryn Burnside (For the R.H. Burnside Producing Company). Songs include: "Hustle and Bustle," "Way Down in Jersey," "Brazil," "Makes No Difference Now," etc.
66 Mis' Nelly Of N' Orleans : "A Comedy of Moonshine, Madness and Make-Believe" by Laurence Eyre. Various productions (1919 - 21) starring Mrs. Fiske (Minnie Maddern Fiske), Dorothy Day, Eva Benton, Gertrude Chase, Zola Talma, Irene Vanbrugh, Helen Spencer, Jack Hobbs, etc. Originally produced (1919) by Cohan and Harris and directed by Harrison Grey Fiske (Husband of Minnie Maddern Fiske).
66 Miss Nobody From Starland : "Latest Musical Entertainment" by Hough and Adams. Music by Joseph E. Howard (Portrayed by Mark Stevens in the 1947 biopic, "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now"). Produced by Mort H. Singer at the Garrick Theatre (No location - 1911) starring Maude Emery, Olive Val, Louis Spaulding, Warren Williams (Most famous as detective "Philo Vance" and attorney "Perry Mason" on film in the 1930s), etc. Directed by Joseph C. Smith. Songs include: "The Jigaboo Man," "I'll Be Your Honey When It's Moonlight," "It Must Be Great to Be a General, But I'd Rather Lead a Band," etc.
66 Miss Pell Is Missing : "The Hilarious Mystery Comedy" by Leonard Gershe. Produced by Stan Seiden and Zev Bufman at the Civic Playhouse (Hollywood, CA - 1963) starring Edward Everett Horton, Myron Natwick, Julie Sommars, Jack Donner, etc. Directed by Bernard Holtzman.
66 Miss Philadelphia : "The Musical Satire" by Edgar Smith, Herman Perlat and Frederick Gagel. Produced at the Star Theatre (NYC - 1897) starring Joe Cawthorn, Elvia Croix Seabrooke, Queenie Vassar, Reginal Collins, etc. Directed by Junius Howe.
66 Miss Private Eye : Book by George Batson. Produced at the Lakewood Theatre (Skowhegan, ME - 1954) starring Zasu Pitts, Judith Elder, Curt Paul, etc. Directed by Charva Chester.
66 Miss Quis : "A New Play" by Ward Morehouse. Produced by Vinton Freedley at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1937) starring Peggy Wood, James Rennie, Jessie Royce Landis, Edwin Cooper, etc. Directed by Bertram Harrison.
66 Miss Saigon : "A Musical" by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg. Music by Claude-Michel Schonberg. Lyrics by Richard Maltby, Jr. and Alain Boublil (Adapted from original French lyrics by Alain Boublil). Various productions (1989 - 2002) starring Graham Bickley, Leo Valdez, Jacqui Scott, Jonathan Pryce, Lea Salonga, Hinton Battle, Liz Callaway, Raul Aranas, Jennifer C. Paz, Misty Cotton, Luoyong Wang, Tyler Ross, Francis Ruivivar, Sean McDermott, Norm Lewis, Herman Sebek, Jason Ma, Kate Baldwin, Steven Eng, Kevin Gray, etc. Original 1989 production directed by Nicholas Hytner. Choreographed by Bab Avian. Songs include: "The Heat is On in Saigon," "The Movie in My Mind," "The Last Night of the World," "I Still Believe," "Sun and Moon," "The American Dream," etc.
66 Miss Simplicity : "The Operatic Comedy" by R.A. Barnet. Music by H.L. Heartz. Produced by Kirke La Shelle at various theatres (1902 - 03) starring Frank Daniels, Frank Turner, Will Danforth, Sinclair Nash, Ambrose Daly, Ledyard Pope, Helen Lord, Loretta Marshall, etc. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Songs include: "Some Do, Some Don't," "The Chestnutty Language of Lovers," "The Sunday School Boy," "When You Were Shy Eighteen," etc.
66 Miss Springtime : "New Musical Comedy" by Guy Bolton. Music by Emmerich Kalman. Lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse and Herbert Reynolds. Various productions (1916 - 23) starring George McFarlane, Jed Prouty, Ada Weeks, Josie Intropodi, William Cohan, Frank Doane, George Fox, Zoe Barnett, etc. Directed by Herbert Gresham. Choreographed by Julian Mitchell. Songs include: "Throw Me a Rose," "The Love Monopoly," "My Castle in the Air," "Some One," etc.
66 Miss Swan Expects : Book by Bella and Samuel Spewack. Produced by William Harris, Jr. at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1939) starring Eduard Franz, William Bendix ("The Life of Riley"), John Beal, Joyce Arling, Esther Mitchell, Peggy Conklin, etc. Directed by Samuel Spewack.
66 Miss Wiggs Of The Cabbage Patch : "A Dramatization" by Alice Caldwell Hegan Rice (From her novel). Various productions at the Wieting Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1912) starring Ralph Kellard, Albert Sackett, Robert Howe, Sidney Mason, Francis Murdoch, Blanche Chapman, Elsa Buerger, Vivia Ogden, Anna Fields, Alma Morrison, Ruth Finley, Eugene Shakespeare, Harry Buchanan, Albert T.Cooke, William Sherlock, Walter Howard, Arthur S. Hull, Frank Ford, etc.
66 Missouri Legend : "A New Comedy" by E.B. Ginty. Produced by Guthrie McClintic in association with Max Gordon at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1938) starring Dean Jagger, Dorothy Gish, Mildred Natwick, Russell Collins, Jose Ferrer, Karl Malden, Dan Duryea, Joseph Sweeney, James Craig, etc. Directed by Guthrie McClintic.
66 Missourians, The : "A Play of Central Missouri Life" by Nain Grute and Wade Mountfortt. Produced by Mrs. H.C. De Mille (Mother of Cecil B. De Mille) at the Bastable Theatre (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Theodore Hamilton, Clement R. Kirby, Cecil B. De Mille, Harry Wilson, Flora Finch, etc. Directed by Cecil De Mille.
66 Mrs. Black Is Back : "New Offering" by George V. Hobart. Produced at various theatres (1905) starring May Irwin (Performed the first on screen kiss in movie history with John C. Rice in the 1896 film, "The Kiss"), Jane Burby, Nick Long, Roland Carter, Charles Lane, etc.
66 Mrs. Bumpstead-Leigh : "The Farcical-Comedy" by Harry James Smith. Produced by Harrison Grey Fiske (Husband of Minnie Maddern Fiske) at various theatres (1911 - 29) starring Mrs. Fiske (Minnie Maddern Fiske), Fuller Mellish, Edmund George, Sidney Toler (The second non-Asian actor - after Warner Oland - to portray "Charlie Chan" on film), Kate Lester, Aldrich Bowker, Grace Griswald, Fay Bainter, etc.
66 Mrs. Cook's Tour : Book by John Floyd and James Kerby Hawkes. Produced by William A. Brady, Jr. and Dwight Deere Wiman at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1929) starring Mary Boland, Isabel Vernon, James Young, Wallace House, Constance McKay, Hubert Druce, Charles Halton, etc. Directed by Dwight Deere Wiman.
66 Mrs. Dally : "Part 1: Mrs. Dally Has a Lover - Part 2: Today is Independence Day" by William Hanley. Produced by Martin Gabel (Semi - regular panelist on the television game show, "What's My Line?". Husband of Arlene Francis) at the John Golden Theatre (NYC - 1965) starring Arlene Francis (Regular panelist on the television game show, "What's My Line?" and wife of Martin Gabel), Ralph Meeker and Robert Forster. Directed by Joseph Anthony.
66 Mrs. Dane's Defense : "An Original Play" by Henry Arthur Jones. Various productions (1900 - 28) starring Charles Wyndham, Alfred Kendrick, Alfred Bishop, Stanley Pringle, Charles Richman, E.Y. Backus, Guy Standing, Margaret Anglin, Margaret Dale, Sandol Milliken, Oswald Yorke, Vaughan Glaser, James Hester, Alison Skipworth, Stanley Logan, etc.
66 Mrs. Dering's Divorce : "A Comedy" by Percy Fendall. Produced at the Park Theatre (Boston - 1903) starring Lillie Langtry, Morris Tanner, Helen Amory, Madge Fabian, Dora Barton, etc.
66 Mrs. Dot : "A Light Comedy" by W. Somerset Maugham. Various productions (c. 1910) starring Marie Tempest, Fred Kerr, Herbert Ross, George Bellamy, Horton Cooper, Billie Burke (Wife of Florenz Ziegfeld), Basil Hallam, Kate Meek, Dudley Digges, Ernest Cossart, etc.
66 Mrs. Gibbon's Boys : "A New Comedy" by Will Glickman and Joseph Stein. Various productions (1949 - 56) starring Lois Bolton, Glenda Farrell, Francis Compton, Tom Lewis, Richard Taber, Edward Andrews, Richard Carlyle, Ray Walston ("Damn Yankees," etc. on stage and film. "South Pacific," "The Apartment," "Fast Times at Ridgemont Times," "The Sting," etc. on film. "My Favorite Martian," etc. on television.), Royal Dano, Mary Kerridge, Cyril Shaps, Eric House, Lee Montague, etc. Originally produced (1949) and directed by George Abbott.
66 Mrs. Gorringe's Necklace : "A New and Original Play" by Hubert Henry Davies. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1903 - 04) starring Charles Wyndham, Alfred Bishop, Leslie Farber, Reginald Walter, Mary Moore, Marie Illington (By the kindness of George Edwardes, Esq.), Vane Featherston, etc.
66 Mrs. Jack : "A Farcical Comedy" by Grace Livingston Furniss. Produced at Hammerstein's Victoria (NYC - 1902) starring Alice Fischer, Thorndyke Boucicault, Alice Leigh, Myrtle Vinson, George Fox, James Carew, etc. Directed by R. A. Roberts.
66 Mrs. Klein : "A New Play" by Nicholas Wright. Various productions (1988 - 96) starring Francesca Annis, Gillian Barge, Zoe Wanamaker, Uta Hagan, Amy Wright and Laila Robins.
66 Mrs. Leffingwell's Boots : "A New Comedy" by Augustus Thomas. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1905) starring Margaret Illington, Dorothy Hammond, John Saville, Ernest Lawford, Fay Davis, John Glendening, Jay Wilson, Vincent Serrano, etc.
66 Mrs. McThing : "A Comic Fantasy" by Mary Chase. Various productions (1952 - ) starring Helen Hayes, Jules Munshin, Enid Markey, Lydia Reed, Iggie Wolfington, Fred Gwynne (Star of "Car 54, Where Are You?" and "The Munsters" on television.), Guy Raymond, Colleen Dewhurst (Wife of George C. Scott), Brandon de Wilde, Irwin Corey ("Professor Irwin Corey"), Ernest Borgnine, Kent Smith, Virginia Schmitt, Elizabeth Odom, Kathleen Claypool, Trudy Meyer, Mary Fletcher, Jack Middleton, Art Kassul, David Ridge, Iris Hopps, Jim Boatman, Virginia Tietje, Beline Devine, Gayla Dishner, Sylvia Keeton, etc. Originally produced (1952) by The American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA) and directed by Joseph Buloff with costumes by Lucinda Ballard.
66 Mrs. Moonlight : Book by Benn W. Levy. Produced by Charles Hopkins at various theatres (1930 -32) starring Edith Barrett, Sir Guy Standing, Haidee Wright, Leo G. Carroll, Vernon Kelso, Katherine Standing, John Ross, etc. Directed by Charles Hopkins.
66 Mrs. Mouse, Are You Within? : "A New Comedy" by Frank Marcus. Produced by the Briston Old Vic Company at various theatres in England (1968) starring Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Angela Down, Peter Whitebread, John Warner and Lee Davis. Directed by Val May.
66 Mrs. Murray's Farm : Book by Roy London. Produced by the Circle Repertory Company (NYC - 1976) starring Michael Ayr, Tanya Berezin, Bruce Gray, Danton Stone, Nancy Killmer, etc. Directed by Neil Flanagan and Marshall W. Mason.
66 Mrs. O' Brien Entertains : Book by Harry Madden. Produced by George Abbott at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC 1939) starring Gene Tierney, James Lane, Kirk Brown, Harry Shannon, Paul Ballantine, Walter Kinsella, etc. Directed by George Abbott.
66 Mrs. Orringe's Necklace : Book by Hubert Henry Davies. Produced by The Craig Players at The Castle Square Theatre (Boston - 1914) starring William P. Carleton, Donald Meek, Walter Walker, Florence Shirley, Mary Young, etc. See, also, "Mrs. Gorringe's Necklace".
66 Mrs. Partridge Presents : "A New Comedy" by Mary Kennedy and Ruth Hawthorne. Produced by Guthrie McClintic at the Belmont Theatre (NYC - 1925) starring Blanche Bates, Augusta Haviland, Sylvia Field, Ruth Gordon, William Worthington, etc. Directed by Guthrie McClintic.
66 Mrs. Patterson : "A New Play with Music" by Charles Sebree and Greer Johnson. Songs and incidental music by James Shelton. Produced by Leonard Sillman at various theatres (1954) starring Eartha Kitt, Enid Markey, Ruth Attaway, Mary Harmon, Avon Long, Estelle Hemsley, etc. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Songs include: "Mrs. Patterson," "Tea in Chicago," "If I Was a Boy," "My Daddy is a Dandy' and "Be Good, Be Good, Be Good".
66 Mrs. Ponderbury's Past : "A Farce" by F. C. Burnand. Produced by A. and S. Gatti (No location or date listed) starring Weedon Grossmith (By arrangement with Mr. Frank Curzon), Charles Troode, Edward Fitzgerald, Ernest Graham, Marie Illington, Maudi Darrell, etc.
66 Mrs. Temple's Telegram : "A Farce" by Frank Wyatt and William Morris. Various productions (1905 - 1913) starring Ralph Kellard, Corbett Morris, Harry Redding, Elizabeth Dunne, William Morris, John Westley, Marion Lorne (Co-star of the "The Garry Moore Show," "Bewitched" on television), Margaret Drew, etc.
66 Mrs. Warren's Profession : Book by George Bernard Shaw. Various productions (1950 - 2010) starring Estelle Winwood, John Loder, Jack Manning, Wendell Holmes, Haskell Collins, Ruth Gordon, Lynn Redgrave, Milo O' Shea, Edward Herrmann, Ron Randell, Philip Bosco, Jessica Turner, Robin Bailey, Joan Plowright (Wife of Laurence Olivier), Mark Payton, Nicholas Selby, Sarah Badel, Edward Hardwicke (Son of Cedric Hardwicke), Bill Fraser, Coral Browne (Wife of Vincent Price), Trevor Martin, Constance Cummings, Henry Moxon, Cherry Jones, Sally Hawkins, Adam Driver, Mark Harelik, Edward Hibbert, Michael Siberry, Peter Bradbury, Cary Donaldson, Stephanie Janssen, Charlotte Maier, etc.
66 Mrs. White : Produced in London (No date, cast or location listed).
66 Mrs. Wiggs Of The Cabbage Patch : "Character Comedy with Heart Interest" by Anne Crawford Flexner (Adapted from Two Famous Stories by Alice Hegan Rice). Various productions (1904 -21) starring Madge Carr Cook, Mabel Taliaferro, Edith Story, Taylor Granville, Helen Lowell, Florence Roberts, Ralph Murphy, Grace Leith, Rose Dean, Blanche Chapman, Katherine Belknap, Eugene Shakespeare, Oscar Eagle, etc. See, also, - "Miss Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch".
66 Mrs. Wilson's Diary : "A Lampoon" by Richard Ingrams and John Wells. Music by Jeremy Taylor. Lyrics by John Wells. Produced by Gerry Raffles and Donald Albery at the Criterion Theatre (London - 1967) starring Myvanwy Jenn, Bill Wallis, Peter Reeves, etc. Directed by Joan Littlewood. Songs include: "Who Are the Bastards Now?," "The Terrible Mrs. Brown," "What Would They Say?," "One Man Band," etc.
66 Mistakes Will Happen : "The Comedy Hit" by Grant Stewart. Produced by Jacob Litt at the National Theatre (Philadelphia - 1900) starring Charles Dickson, A.H. Stuart, Joseph W. Standish, Lansing Rowan, Lottie Hyde, etc. Directed by Jacob Litt.
66 Mister Adam : "A Satirical Comedy" by Jack Kirkland (Based on the novel by Pat Frank). Produced by Jack Kirkland at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1949) starring James Dobson, Elizabeth Fraser (Co-star of "Sgt. Bilko" on television. Wife of dancer Ray McDonald), Frank Albertson, Howard Freeman, Emory Parnell, etc. Directed by Jack Kirkland.
66 Mister and Mrs. Cleopatra : "Farcical-Musical-Spectacular-Terpsichorean-Hallucination" by Frederick Brooke Neilson. Produced by The Mask and Wig Club (All-male performance troupe of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia) at the Broad Street Theatre (Philadelphia - 1892) starring Albert Bartram Kelley, David Lewis, Jr., James W. Wister, etc.
66 Mister And Mrs. North : "A New Comedy' by Owen Davis (From the stories by Frances and Richard Lockridge). Various productions (1941) starring Peggy Conklin, Albert Hackett, Owen Davis, Jr., Joan Marlowe, Philip Ober (Husband of Vivian Vance), Millard Mitchell (Portrayed the studio head, "R.F. Simpson," in the film, "Singin' in the Rain"), Don Haggerty, Frank Wilcox, Stanley Jessup, Lois Hall, Harold J. Stone (Co-star of the television series, "My World and Welcome To It"), George Spelvin, Nancy Carroll, William Talman (Portrayed "District Attorney Hamilton Burger" on the "Perry Mason" television series), Robert Earle, Forrest Orr, Anita Louise, etc.
66 Mister Antonio : "The New Comedy" by Booth Tarkington. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1923) starring Otis Skinner, Robert Harrison, Frances Landy, Joseph Brennan, Agnes Marc, Eleanor Woodruff, etc.
66 Mister Barnes Of New York : "Great Play" by Archibald Clavering Gunter (Adapted from his "World-Read Novel"). Various productions (1888 - 90) starring F.F. MacKay, E.H. Vanderbilt, J.H. Gilmour, Frankie Kemble, Emily Rigl, Annie Haines, Sheridan Block, etc.
66 Mister Barry's Etchings : "A New Comedy" by Walter Bullock and Daniel Archer. Various productions (c. 1950) starring Lee Tracy, Vicki Cummings, Scott McKay, Ruth Hammond, Gene Blakely, Richard Carlyle, Peter Smith, Evelyn Vidal, etc. Originally produced by Brock Pemberton and directed by Brock Pemberton and Margaret Perry.
66 Mister Blue Beard : "The Great Spectacular Entertainment" by J. Hickory Wood and Arthur C. Collins (Adapted for the American Stage by John J. McNally). Music by Frederic Solomon. Lyrics by J. Cheever Goodwin. Produced by Klaw and Erlanger at the Knickerbocker Theatre (NYC - 1903) starring Eddie Foy (Portrayed by Bob Hope in the 1955 biopic, "The Seven Little Foys" and by Eddie Foy, Jr. in the 1942 biopic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy," in the 1945 biopic, "Wilson" and in the 1964 television special, "The Seven Little Foys".), Flora Parker, Norma Kopp, Will Danforth, Rose Earle, Nellie Simmons, etc. Directed by Herbert Gresham, Ned Wayburn and Joseph Brooks. Choreographed by Ernest D' Auban. Songs include: "A Most Unpopular Potentate," "Songbird of Melody Lane," "Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous," "When the Colored Band Comes Marching Down the Street," "Hamlet Was a Melancholy Dane," etc.
66 Mister Bob : "A Comedy" by Rachel E. Baker. Produced by St. Bartholomew's Dramatic Society at the Lyceum Hall (NYC - 1910) starring William J. Price, Louis Vogel, Walter Young, Katherine Munch, etc. Directed by Gertrude Slocum.
66 Mister Bolfry : "A Comedy" by James Bridie. Produced at the Aldwych Theatre (London - 1956) starring Owen Holder, George Cole, Eileen Moore, Alastair Sim, etc. Directed by Alastair Sim.
66 Mister Bonaparte : "An Original Burletta" by F. Lawrence Lee and Emerson G. Taylor. Produced by the Two Junior Societies of Yale College at the Hyperion Theatre (New Haven - 1895) starring F. L. Lee, E.C. Lackland, J.F. Hooker, etc. Directed by Napier Lothian, Jr.
66 Mister Congressman : Book by Leon M. Pearson. Produced by The Stanford Players at the Little Theatre Memorial Hall (Oakland, CA - 1940) starring Virgil Whitaker, H.B. Lee, Bud Cady, Jack Temple, Edith Strickland, etc. Directed by F. Cowles Strickland.
66 Mister Gilhooley : "A New Play" by Frank B. Elser (From Liam O' Flaherty's novel). Produced by Jed Harris at Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1930) starring Helen Hayes, Arthur Sinclair, Peggy Doran, Maire O' Neill, Joseph Shea, etc.
66 Mister Hamlet Of Broadway : "The Musical Whimsicality" by Edgar Smith. Music by Ben M. Jerome. Lyrics by Edward Madden. Produced by Sam S. and Lee Shubert at the Majestic Theatre (Boston - 1909) starring Eddie Foy (Portrayed by Bob Hope in the 1955 biopic, "The Seven Little Foys" and by Eddie Foy, Jr. in the 1942 biopic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy," in the 1945 biopic, "Wilson" and in the 1964 television special, "The Seven Little Foys".), George A. Schiller, Oscar Ragland, Eugene Redding, Maude Raymond, Vera Maxwell, Maybelle Pratt, Joey Wheeze, Barnaby Bustle, Molly Brown, etc. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Songs include: "She Wanted to be a Showgirl," "Molly Brown," "Under the Honeymoon," "The Hornpipe Rag," "When We Made the Gallant Charge of Bunker Hill," etc.
66 Mister Hopkinson : "The Successful English Farce" by R.C. Carton. Produced by the Frank Curzon Company at various theatres (1905 - 06) starring Frederick Kerr, James Welch, Henry Kemble, Henry Stephenson, Annie Hughes, Fred Lewis, Hubert Druce, Olive Temple, Dallas Welford, etc.
66 Mister Jim : "Comedy Drama" by Edward E. Rose. Produced by the Edwin Mordant Company at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Edwin Mordant, George S. Loane, James Connors, Alan Elmore, Grace Atwell, Grace Hull, etc. Directed by Edwin Mordant.
66 Mister Johnson : Book by Norman Rosten (Based on the novel by Joyce Cary). Produced by Cheryl Crawford and Robert Lewis at various theatres (1956) starring Earle Hyman, William Sylvester, Gaby Rodgers, Josephine Premice, Broc Peters (Brock Peters), John Akar, Lawrence Fletcher, (Robert) Earl Jones (Father of James Earl Jones), etc. Directed by Robert Lewis and Pearl Primus.
66 Mister Jubilee Drax : "An Entertainment" by Horace Annesly Vachell and Walter Hackett. Produced by Lee Shubert and John Craig at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1917) starring Walker Whiteside, Mary Young, E.E. Clive, William Morris, Bert Pennington, etc. Directed by John Craig.
66 Mister Lazarus : "A New Comedy" by Harvey O' Higgens and Harriet Ford. Produced by Helen Tyler at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1916) starring Henry E. Dixey, Tom Powers, Eva Le Gallienne, Florine Arnold, etc. Directed by Clinton W. Moffatt.
66 Mister Moneypenny : "Verbal Cartoon" by Channing Pollock. Incidental music by Kay Warburg. Produced by A.L. Jones and Morris Green at various theatres (1928) starring Donald Meek, Evan Heflin, Charles Slattery, Marion Morehouse, Albert Hayes, Margaret Wycherly (Famous for her "Mother" roles in the films "Sergeant York" and "White Heat," etc.), Lee Smith, Evalyn Knapp, etc. Directed by Directed by Richard Boleslavsky.
66 Mister Opp : Book by Douglas Z. Doty (From the novel by Alice Hegan Rice). Produced at the Garrick Theatre (NYC - 1910) starring Tim Murphy ("The Eminent Comedian"), James C. Mack, Frank Ware, Richard V. Sterling, Edith Wylie, etc.
66 Mister Pickwick (By C. Klien) : "A Musical Production" by Charles Klein (Based on the masterpiece by Charles Dickens). Music by Manuel Klien. Lyrics by Grant Stewart. Produced at the Herald Square Theatre (NYC - 1903 - 04) starring De Wolf Hopper (Husband of Hedda Hopper. Father of William Hopper of television's "Perry Mason"), Digby Bell, Henry Norman, Grant Stewart, Louise Gunning, Marguerite Clark, etc. Directed by George F. Marion.
66 Mister Pickwick (By S. Young) : "Comedy" by Stanley Young (Freely drawn from incidents in "The Pickwick Papers" by Charles Dickens). Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Roger L. Stevens and John F. Wharton) at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1952) starring Clive Revill, George Howe, Estelle Winwood, Nigel Green, Anthony Kemble Cooper, Neil Fitzgerald, etc. Directed by John Burrell.
66 Mister Pim Passes By : "A Comedy" by A.A. Milne. Various productions (1923 - 43) starring E.E. Clive, Katherine Standing, Philip Tonge, Charles Hampden, Gwen Richardson, May Ediss, Erskine Sanford, Fredric March, Florence Eldridge (Wife of Fredric March), Dorothy Fletcher, Phyllis Povah, Leonard Mudie, Laura Hope Crews ("Aunt Pittypat" in the film "Gone With The Wind"), Helen Chandler, Gavin Muir, Dudley Digges, Helen Westley, Ann Wynn, Lloyd West, Mark Richards, etc.
66 Mister Preedy And The Countess : "An Original Farce" by R. C. Carton. Produced at the Criterion Theatre (London - 1909) starring Miss Compton, George E. Bellamy, Fred Lewis, Weedon Groosmith, Dora Barton, etc.
66 Mister President : "A New Musical Comedy" by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin (His last Broadway score). Produced by Leland Hayward at various theatres (1962) starring Robert Ryan, Nanette Fabray, Anita Gillette, Jack Haskell, Stanley Grover, David Brooks, etc. Directed by Joshua Logan. Choreographed by Peter Gennaro. Songs include: "The First Lady," "It Gets Lonely in the White House," "They Love Me," "In Our Hide-Away," "Laugh It Up," "Is He the Only Man in the World," "The Washington Twist," "This is a Great Country," etc.
66 Mister Roberts : Book by Thomas Heggen and Joshua Logan (Based on the novel by Thomas Heggen). Various productions (1948 - 60) starring Henry Fonda, David Wayne, Robert Keith (Father of Brian Keith), William Harrigan (Son of the actor/playwright, Edward Harrigan), Harvey Lembeck ("Eric Von Zipper" in the "Beach Party" film series), Ralph Meeker, Karl Lukas, Steven Hill (Original star of the televison series, "Mission: Impossible"), James Sherwood, Jocelyn Brando (Sister of Marlon Brando), Murray Hamilton, Tiger Andrews (Tige Andrews, co-star of the television series, "The Mod Squad"), Robert Keith, Jr. (Brian Keith), Henry Hull ("The Werewolf of London" on film), Alex Nicol, Eli Wallach, Rufus Smith, Wayne Morris, Conrad Bain (Co star of "Maude," "Diff'rent Strokes," etc. on television), Richard Arlen ("Star of "Wings" on film), Dick Van Patten, Raymond Bailey ("Mr. Drysdale" on "The Beverly Hillbillies"), Richard Carlson ("The Creature from the Black Lagoon"), Frank Campanella, Lonny Chapman, Cliff Robertson, David Brubaker, Roy R. Scheider (Roy Scheider), John Cecil Holm, Ray Danton ("The George Raft Story," "The Rise and Fall of Legs Diamond" etc. on film), James Franciscus ("Mr. Novak," etc. on television), Charlton Heston, Fred Clark, Nancy Berg, Orson Bean (Panelist on the television game show, "To Tell the Truth"), Rance Howard (Father of Ron and Clint Howard), Dick Button, John Forsythe, Paul Stewart, Lawrence Blyden (Larry Blyden), Tod Andrews, Leo Gordon ("Frank Nitty" on television's "The Untouchables," Frank Aletter, Don Dubbins, Rusty Lane, Ray Parker, Judson Pratt, Charles Pursell, Henry Silva (Co - star of the original 1960 film,"Ocean's 11"), Harold Frank, Joe Franklin, Jack Klugman, Curtis Cooksey, Lee Van Cleef, Fred Eisley (Anthony Eisley - co-star of television's "Hawaiian Eye"), Fess Parker, Nat Barrell, Donald Cook, Robert Wark, etc. Originally produced (1948) by Leland Hayward and directed by Joshua Logan.
67 Mister Samuel : Book by Edmond Fleg (Adapted by Winthrop Ames from The Comedie-Francaise play, "The Merchant of Paris"). Produced at the Little Theatre (NYC - 1930) starring Edward G. Robinson, Charles Ritchie, Charles H. Doyle, Manart Kippen, Betty Hanna, Henry Mortimer, etc. Directed by Clifford Brooke.
67 Mister Smooth : "The Screaming Farce" by Willie Collier. Various productions (c. 1907) starring Willie Collier, Thomas Garrick, Myrtle May, Helena Collier, etc.
67 Mister Sycamore : "A New Comedy" by Ketti Frings (Based on a story by Robert Ayre). Produced by The Theatre Guild at various theatres (1942) starring Lillian Gish, Stuart Erwin, Claiborne Foster, Leona Powers, Russell Collins, Harry Bellaver (Co-star of television's "Naked City"), Enid Markey, etc. Directed by Lester Vail.
67 Mister Thing : "A Fantasy For Children of All Ages" by Mary Chase. Produced by Robert Porterfield at the Barter Theatre of Virginia (Abingdon - No date) starring Donald Stewart, Betty Carrington Porterfield, Rosemary Murphy, Elinor Wright, Al Hedison (David Hedison - co-star of "The Fly" on film), etc. Directed by Owen Phillips.
67 Mister Wilkinson's Widows : "A Comedy Farce" by William Gillette (Constructed and developed upon the basis of Alexander Bisson's "Feu Toupinel"). Various productions (1891 - 92) starring Joseph Holland, Dion Boucicault, Maud White, Annie Wood, Lillan Leach, Georgie Drew Barrymore (Mother of John, Lionel, and Ethel Barrymore), Frank Norcross, Leo Ditrikson, etc.
67 Mister Wix Of Wickham : "The Latest English Musical Comedy" with book and music by Herbert Darnley. Additional musical numbers by George Everard and Jerome D. Kern (Portrayed by Robert Walker in the 1946 biopic, "Till the Clouds Roll By"). Re-adaptation and many new lyrics by John H. Wagner. Produced by Edward E. Rice at the Bijou Theatre (NYC - 1904) starring Harry Corson Clarke, David Lythgow, Julian Dalton Eltinge, Frank Lalor, Thelma Fair, Alice Maude Poole, etc. Directed by Tom Ricketts. Songs include: "Her First Can-Can," "Angling by a Babbling Brook," "The Dancing Kangaroo," "Cupid's Garden," "Sergeant Wix," etc.
67 Mister Wonderful : "A New Musical Comedy" by Joseph Stein and Will Glickman. Music and lyrics by Jerry Bock, Larry Holofcener and George Weiss. Produced by Jule Styne and George Gilbert in association with Lester Osterman, Jr. at various theatres (1956) starring Sammy Davis, Jr., The Will Mastin Trio (Sammy Davis Jr., Sammy Davis, Sr. and Will Mastin), Jack Carter, Pat Marshall, Chita Rivera, Marilyn Cooper, Lew Parker, Kay Medford, etc. Directed by Jack Donohue. Songs include: "Mr. Wonderful," "Without You," "Too Close for Comfort," etc.
67 Mister Wu : "An Anglo-Chinese Play" by Harry Vernon and Harold Owen. Produced at Maxine Elliott's Theatre (NYC - 1914) starring Walker Whiteside, Antoinette Walker, Charles Dopreau, Arthur E. Sprague, Frank Spelvin, Sydney Stone, Frank Wupperman, etc.
67 Mistress Nell : "A Merry Play" by George C. Hazelton, Jr. Various productions (1900 - 08) starring Henrietta Crosman, Robert Edeson, Sydney Booth, Clara Lima, David Proctor, Addison Pitt, Frank Currier, William Humphrey, Louis F. Mintz, Vaughan Glaser, Frank Camp, Edna Bush, etc.
67 Mistress Of The Inn : or " La Locandiera" by Helen Lohmann (Translated and adapted from the Italian of Carlo Goldoni). Produced by The New York Civic Repertory Theatre at the Broad Street Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Eva Le Gallienne, J. Edward Bromberg, Josephine Hutchinson, Robert F. Ross, etc. Directed by Eva Le Gallienne. Billed with "Hedda Gabler" by Henrik Ibsen and "The Good Hope" by Hermann Heijermans.
67 Mitford Girls, The : "A Musical" by Caryl Brahms and Ned Sherrin. Music by Peter Greenwell. Produced by John Gale and Hinks Shimberg (for The Chichester Festival ) at The Globe (London - 1981) starring Patricia Hodge, Lucy Fenwick, Colette Gleeson, Patricaia Michael, Gay Soper, Julia Sutton, Oz Clarke, etc. Directed by Patrick Garland. Choregraphed by Lindsay Dolan. Songs include: "Imagination," "Why Do People Fall in Love," "The Controversial," "Find Your Partner and Dance," "Why Love?" etc. (in addition to various song standards by various composers and lyricists).
67 Mix Up, A : "The Farce Comedy" by Parker A. Hord. Produced by the Messrs.Shubert at Shubert Theatre (New Haven - No date) starring Marie Dressler, Bert Lytell, Nellie De Grasse, Albert Reed, Sarah McVicker, etc. Directed by Marie Dressler.
67 Mixed Blessings : Book by Luis Santeiro (Based on Moliere's "Tartuffe"). Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami, Florida - 1989) starring Abraham Alvaraz, Maria Canals, Allen Zipper, etc. Directed by Arnold Mittelman.
67 Mixed Emotions : "A New Comedy" by Richard Baer. Produced at the Hollywood Playhouse (Florida - 1995) starring Leonard Edelstein, Harvey Lasky, Bonnie McNair and John O' Connor. Directed by Stan Kessel.
67 Mixed Marriage : Book by St. John G. Ervine (Irvine). Various productions (1913 - 21) starring Arthur Sinclair, Sara Allgood (Of Dublin's Abbey Theatre), J.M. Kerrigan, Augustin Duncan, Margaret Wycherly (Famed for her "Mother" roles in "Sergeant York " and "White Heat" on film), Rollo Peters, etc.
67 Mixed Pickles : "The Whimsical and Satirical Comedy of Modern Social Life" by T.H. Sayre. Various productions (c. 1887) starring J.B. Polk ("The Favorite Metropolitan Comedian"), Julie A. Polk, Fanny Denham Rouse, Sam Rice, Anna Bragg, Harry Keeler, Lulu Beeson, etc.
67 Moby Dick : Various productions and adaptations of the novel by Herman Melville (1955 - 85) starring Orson Welles, Joan Plowright (Wife of Laurence Olivier), Patrick McGoohan (Star of "Secret Agent," "The Prisoner" on television), Gordon Jackson, Rod Steiger, Frances Hyland, Roy Poole, Louis Zorich (Husband of Olympia Dukakis), Lindsay McGee, Ted Levine, William L. Peterson, etc. The 1955 play produced by Martin Gabel (Husband of Arlene Francis. Semi - regular panelist on the television game show, "What's My Line?".) and Henry Margolis.
67 Mocking Bird, The : "A Romantic Comic Opera" by Sydney Rosenfeld. Music by A. Baldwin Sloane. Produced at various theatres (1903) starring Mabelle Gilman, Roland Carter, Sydney Deane, Stella Adams, Madeline Besley, Edgar Atchinson Ely, Kittie Baldwin, Sarah Osgood, etc.
67 Model, The : "A New Burlesque" produced at Sam T. Jack's Theatre (NYC - 1898 - 99) starring Fannie Lewis, Gussie Vivian, May Belle, May Blanchard, Ed Morris, etc. Billed with various vaudeville acts including "The Orvilles" (Aerial act), Kathrin Klare (Balladist), "The Whirl Winds of the Desert" (Marvelous Arab Acrobats), Mlle. Fatima (In a new Oriental Dance), etc.
67 Model Girl, The : "A Comedy With Music" with book and lyrics by Anne Caldwell. Music by Raymond Hubbell. Produced by L.C. Wiswell at the Euclid Avenue Opera House (Cleveland, Ohio - 1915) starring Annette Kellermann (Portrayed by Esther Williams in the 1952 biopic, "Million Dollar Mermaid"), Gertrude Vanderbilt, Otis Harlan, Edith Decker, Marion Chase, etc. Directed by Frank Smithson. Songs include: "How Would You Like to Have Me For a Model?," "In an Oriental Garden," "Sentimental Turk," "With Silver Splendor," etc.
67 Modern Crusoe, a : "A Romantic Comic Play" by Sydney Rosenfeld. Produced at the Euclid Avenue Opera House (Cleveland, Ohio - 1900) starring Roland Reed, Isadore Rush, Wright Kramer, Herbert Fortier, James Devlin, Carolyn Whyte, etc. Directed by William Seymour.
67 Modern Eve, A : "Berlin's Latest Musical Comedy" by George Okonowsly and Alfred Achonfeld. Music by Victor Hollasendser and Jean Gilbert. No location, date or cast listed.)
67 Modern Magdalen, A : "A Play of To-Day" by Haddon Chambers. Various productions (c. 1906) starring Amelia Bingham, Henry E. Dixey, Madge Carr Cook, Wilton Lackaye, Hobart Bosworth, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Joseph Holland, Laura Nelson Hall, Charles Haydon, etc.
67 Modern Marriage : "A Comedy" by Harrison Rhoades. Produced at the Bijou Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio - No date) starring Cyril Scott, Harry Dodd, Loretta Wells, Olive May, Margaret Seddon, etc.
67 Molehills : Book by Muriel Roy Bolton. Produced by Dean Goodman at New York City's Provincetown Playhouse (1946) starring Marjorie Sayers, Fran Malis, Lou Prentis, Mark Wood and Edwin Spangler. Directed by Anne West.
67 Moll Flanders : Book by Claire Luckham (Based on the novel by Daniel Defoe). Produced at the New Vic Theatre (Bristol, England - 1986) starring Carolyn Pickles, Simon Slater, Nigel Bennett, John Telfer, Danny Carby and Jill Brassington. Directed by Sue Pomeroy.
67 Moloch : "A Play About War" by Beulah M. Dix. Produced by Klaw and Erlanger in association with George C. Tyler at the Euclid Avenue Opera House (Cleveland, Ohio - 1915) starring Holbrook Blinn, Lillian Albertson, Cornish Beck, Phillip Tonge, Ruth Benson, etc. Directed by Holbrook Blinn.
67 Mollusc, The : "A Comedy" by Hubert Henry Davies. Various productions (1908 - 10) staring Joseph Coyne, Alexandra Carlisle, Forrest Robinson, Sir Charles Wyndham, Mary Moore, Sam Sothern, Dorothy Thomas, etc.
67 Molly Darling : "A Musical Comedy" produced by The Frank Wilcox Company at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1927) starring Hugh O' Connell, Busby Berkeley, Eric Clavering, Frank Wilcox, Dorothy Holmes, Irene Shirley, Hal Brown, etc. Directed by Busby Berkeley. Songs include: "You Know What to Do Blues," "Mellow Moon," "Don't Tag Along," "Syncopate," "Contrary Miss Mary," etc.
67 Molly Dear : "A New Romantic Play" by Cecil B. de Mille. Produced at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1917) starring Andrew Mack ("America's Foremost Irish Actor"), Thomas B. Loftus, Verne Layton, Peggy Allen, Olga Grey, etc.
67 Molly Sweeney : Book by Brian Friel. Produced by The Roundabout Theatre Company, The Gate Theatre Dublin and Emanuel Azenberg at the Criterion Center Laura Pels Theatre (NYC - 1996) starring Jason Robards, Catherine Byrne and Alfred Molina. Directed by Brian Friel.
67 Mon Double Et Ma Moitie : "A Comedy" by Sacha Guitry. Produced at Daly's Theatre (London - c. 1935) starring Sacha Guitry, Gaston Severin, Jacqueline Delubac and Pauline Carton.
67 Monbars! : "Romantic Drama" by Louis Nathal (Adapted from the French of D' Ennery). Produced at the Grand Opera House (NYC - 1889) Starring Robert Mantell, Mark Price, Kendall Weston, Archie Lindsay, George Wilson, Kate Vandenhoff, etc.
67 Monday After The Miracle : Book by William Gibson. Produced at the Eugene O' Neill Theatre (NYC - 1982) starring Jane Alexander, Karen Allen, William Converse-Roberts, Joseph Warren and Matt McKenzie. Directed by Arthur Penn.
67 Monday's Child : "A Little Ballet on the Old Nursery Rhyme" by Dora Bright. Produced at the Royal Court Theatre (London - 1913) starring Margaret Morris, Ethel Sparke, Dolly Clark, Ivy Miller, Iris Rowe, etc. Directed and choreographed by Margaret Morris. Billed with "Old People Young Again" by Halcott Glover and "Cinderella" by Margaret Morris.
67 Money (By E. Bulwer) : "The Celebrated Comedy" by Edward Bulwer). Various productions (1843 - 1900) starring James E. Murdoch, May Preston, Arthur Bourchier, John Hare, Allan Aynesworth, Albert Sims, etc.
67 Money! (By T. Whedon) : Book and lyrics by Tom Whedon and David Axelrod. Music by Sam Pottle. Produced at the Warner Playhouse (Los Angeles - 1965) starring Christopher Cary, Maureen Bailey, Jack Donner and Hollis Morrison. Directed by Jack Donner. Songs include: "A Man With a Problem," "Commitment," "San Fernando," etc.
67 Money And The Girl : "A New Comedy" by Thomas T. Railey. Produced at the Century Theatre (No location listed - 1910) starring John E. Young, J.S. Kinslow, Sydney Stone, Agnes Blial, Helen Wash, etc. Directed by R.H. Roberts.
67 Money Business : "A Human Comedy" by Oscar M. Carter. Produced at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1926) starring Lew Fields, Pola Carter, Harry Lyons, Arthur J. Wood, etc. Directed by Lawrence Marston.
67 Money Mad : "American Play" by Steele MacKaye. Various productions (c. 1890) staring Annie Morris, Wilford Ives, Wilton Lackaye, Queen Vasser, Mason Mitchell, Stephen Gratten, Minnie Selegman, Mary Bird, etc. Directed by J. M. Hill.
67 Monique : "A New Drama" by Dorothy and Michael Blankfort. Various productions (1957 - 62) starring Patricia Jessel, Denholm Elliott, Percy Waram, Neil Fitzgerald, Guy Sorel, Linda Darnel, Hobson Blackmon, Reva Wise, John Ziegler, Harriet Allen, etc. Originally produced (1957) and directed by Shepard Traube.
67 Monkey : "A Detective Comedy" by Sam Janney. Produced by Robert Sparks at the Mansfield Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Frank Wilcox, George Lessey, Richard Whorf ("Sam Harris" in the 1942 film, "Yankee Doodle Dandy"), Edward McNamara, Dann Malloy, Nedda Harrigan, etc. Directed by Robert Sparks.
67 Monkey Talks, The : Book by Gladys Unger (Adapted from the play of Rene Fauchois). Produced by Arch Selwyn at various theatres (1926 - 27) starring Luther Adler, Wilton Lackaye, Ethel Wilson, Rose Kean, etc. Directed by Frank Reicher.
67 Monks Of Malabar, The : "The Comic Opera" by J. Cheever Goodwin. Music by Ludwig Englander. Produced at the Knickerbocker Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Francis Wilson, Van Rensselaer Wheeler, Sidney Jarvis, Madge Lessing, Clara Palmer, etc.
67 Monna Vanna : "Dramatic Masterpiece" by Maurice Maeterlinck. Various productions (1906) starring John Glendinning, Andrew Robson, Nance O' Neill, Bertha Kalich, Henry Kolker, Frederick Perry, Henry Jewett, etc.
67 Monsieur Beaucaire : "A New Romantic Comedy" by Booth Tarkington and E.G. Sutherland. Various productions (1902 - 1920) starring Lewis Waller, Edward Ferris, Arthur Lewis, Grace Lane, Minnie Griffen, Clara Hubbard, Dorothy Dix, Marion Green, Dennis King, Marjorie Burgess, Howell Hansel, Grace Foote, James K. Hackett, Arthur Hoops, Roy Clements, etc.
67 Monsieur de Saint-Obin : "Comedy" by Andre Picard and H.M. Harwood. Produced in Paris (c. 1926) starring Suzy Prim, Michele Verly, Maguy Panine, Jules Berry, etc.
67 Monsieur Tonson : "The Farce" produced at the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh (1822). Billed with "Brother and Sister" and "The Two Galley-Slaves".
67 Monster, The : "A Play of Thrills, Laughs, Surprises" by Crane Wilbur. Produced by Joseph M. Gaites at various theatres (1923) starring Frank McCormack, Crane Wilbur, Suzanne Caubert, Howard Lang, etc. Directed by Lawrence Marston.
67 Monte Cristo : "The Most Successful Romantic Melodrama Ever Written" by Charles Fetcher (Founded upon the novel by Alexander Dumas). Various productions (1883 - 1906) starring James O' Neill (Father of Eugene O' Neill), Forrest Robinson, Eugenie Blair, Minnie Monk, James O' Neill, Jr., Kate Fletcher, James Hall, Augustus Cook, Edith Miller, Horace Lewis, Carrie Stanley, Beulah Demond, Charles Lamb, Clara Steel, Maurice Freedman, Robert Lowe, Jessie Mae Hall, Frank Dean, etc.
67 Monte Cristo, Jr. : "The Winter Garden's Annual Mid-Winter Extravaganza" with book and lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Music by Sigmund Romberg (Portrayed by Jose Ferrer in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart") and Jean Schwartz. Various productions (1919 - 20) starring Sydney Jarvis, Gladys Buckridge, Sam Ash, Fanny Watson, Jack Manning, Clem Bevins, Audrey Maple, Charles Purcell, Gordon Dooley, William Dooley, Rose Rolanda, The Watson Sisters, James Mack, Ethel Gray, Nellie Farren, Fay Templeton (Portrayed by Irene Manning in the 1942 biopic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy"), Lottie Collins, Lizzie Wilson, Charlie Ross, etc. Songs include: :Just My Type', "Military Glide," "Girl in Every Port," "Nanette and Rin Tin Tin," "Hoopty Doo," "Tom Tom Toddling Blues," etc.
67 Month In The Country, A : "A Comedy" by Ivan S. Turgenev. Various productions (1930 - 2007) starring Charles Kraus, Alla Nazimova, Earle Larimore, Edward Arnold, Henry Travers ("Clarence the Angel" in the film, "It's a Wonderful Life"), Leslie Sands, John Byron, Michael Redgrave, Annie Esmond, William Lawford, June Barrie, Louise Latham, Philip Bosco, Robert Prosky, Luther Adler, Uta Hagen, Alexander Scourby, Martin Wolfson, Al Hedison (David Hedison), Sorrell Booke (Co-star of television's "The Dukes of Hazard"), Anne Meara (Of the comedy team of "Stiller and Meara". Mother of Ben Stiller.), Hazel Dawn, Jr., Rex Williams, Ruth Gordon, Scott McKay, E.G. Marshal, Peggy Cass ("Agnes Gooch" in "Auntie Mame" on stage and film. Panelist on the television game show, "To Tell The Truth".), Jesse White ("The Maytag Repairman"), Fay Compton, Ingrid Bergman, Jeremy Brett, Roy Purcell, Emlyn Williams, Nigel Terry, Michael Gough, Alan Coates, David Schurmann, Sharry Flett, Patricia Hamilton, Fiona Byrne, Moya O' Connell, David Jansen, Blair Williams, Billy Lake, etc. Originally produced (1930) by The Theatre Guild and directed by Rouben Mamoulian.
67 Month Of Sundays, A : "A New Musical" with book and lyrics by B.G. Shevelove (Based on the play, "Excursion" by Victor Wolfson). Music by Albert Selden. Additional lyrics by Ted Fetter. Produced by Carly Wharton at the Forrest Theatre (Philadelphia - 1952) starring Gene Lockhart (Father of June Lockhart), Nancy Walker, Estelle Loring, Richard Kiley, Richard Loo, etc. Directed by B.G. Shevelove. Choreographed by Anna Sokolow. Songs include: "I Feel Fine," "Time For a Quickie," "The Good Old Times," "You Have O Have Love," etc.
67 Montmartre : Book by Benjamin Glazer (Adapted from the French of Pierre Frondale). Produced by The Players Assembly at the Belmont Theatre (NYC - 1922) starring James Meighan, Karl Karmen, Galina Kopernak, Arthur Hohl, Dorrit Kelton, Wells Spaulding, etc. Directed by Clarke Silvernail.
67 Montserrat : Book by Lillian Hellman (Adapted from the French of Emmanuel Robles). Various productions (1949 - 70) starring Emlyn Williams, William Redfield, John Abbott, Julie Harris, Francis Compton, Nehemiah Persoff, Kurt Kaznar, Jay Lanin, Leonardo Cimino, John Leighton, Vic Tayback ("Mel" on television's "Alice"), Claude Jones, etc. Originally produced (1949) by Kermit Bloomgarden and Gilbert Miller and directed by Lillian Hellman.
67 Monty Python Live At The City Center : Produced by Artist Consultants at the City Center 55th Street Theatre (NYC - 1976) starring Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Michael Palin, Carol Cleveland and Neil Innes.
67 Monty Python's Spamalot : "A new musical (lovingly) ripped off from the motion picture MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL) with book and lyrics by Eric Idle. Music by John Dru Prez and Eric Idle. Various productions (2006 - 07) starring John O' Hurley ("Seinfeld"), Jonathan Hadary, Marin Mazzie, Steve Rosen, Christian Borle, Martin Morin, Lewis Cleale, Chris Hoch, Michael McGrath, etc. Original NYC production directed by Mike Nichols. Choreographed by Casey Nicholaw. Songs include: "Fisch Schlapping Song," "King Arthur's Song," "I Am Not Dead Yet," "Come With Me," "All For One," "The Song That Goes Like This," "Find Your Grail," "Run Away," "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life," "Brave Sir Robin," "You Won't Succeed on Broadway," etc.
67 Moonchildren : "A Comic Play" by Michael Weller. Produced by Steven Steinlauf in association with Jay Kingwell at Theatre de Lys (NYC - 1972) starring Wil Albert, Richard Cox, Kenneth McMillan, Michael Sacks, Jame Seymour, etc. Directed by John Pasquin.
67 Moon For The Misbegotten, A : Book by Eugene O' Neill. Various productions (1957 - 84) starring Salome Jens, Mitchell Ryan, Jack Kehoe, Jason Robards, Colleen Dewhurst, Ed Flanders, John O' Leary, Edwin J. McDonough, Kate Nelligan, Ian Bannen, Jerome Kilty, Wendy Hiller, Morgan Sterne, Stefan Gierasch, Franchot Tone, Cyril Cusack, John Greenleaf, Moira Harris, Tom Irwin, Robert Donley, Robert Gaston, Fred Thompson, etc.
67 Moon In The Yellow River, The : Book by Denis Johnston. Various productions (1932 - 61) starring Alma Kruger, Claude Rains ("The Invisible Man," "Casablanca" etc. on film), Henry Hull ("The Werewolf of London," etc. on film), John O' Connor, William Harrigan (Son of actor/playwright Edward Harrigan), Dorothy Storm, Edwin Storm, Robert Latta, Joe Mego, Roy Poole, James Coco, Neil Fitzgerald, James Greene, Jonathan Frid, etc.
67 Moon Is Blue, The : "A Comedy" by F. Hugh Herbert. Various productions (1951 - 60) starring Barbara Bel Geddes, Windsor Lewis, John Emery, Martha Randall, Bill Story, Hiram Sherman, James Young, Marcia Henderson, Donald Cook, Barry Nelson, Maggie McNamara, Ralph Dunn, Zachary Scott, Dean Harens, June Dayton, Marcel Dill, Leon Ames, Robert Keith, Jr. (Brian Keith), Jane Goad, James Perry, Beverly Eddins, Dan Scott, Patricia Englund, Dick Moore (Dickie Moore), Conrad Bain (Co-star of "Maude," "Diff'rent Strokes," etc. on television), Dan Livernois, Darlene Whipple, Ted Wilkenson, Shirley Kaltenborn, Edward Andrews, Dean Harens, Tony Dowling, June Dayton, etc. Originally produced (1951) by Richard Aldrich (Portrayed by Richard Crenna in the 1968 biopic, "Star") and Richard Myers and directed by Otto Preminger (He also directed the film version).
67 Moon Is Down, The : Book by John Steinbeck. Various productions (c. 1942) starring Otto Kruger, Ralph Morgan (Brother of Frank Morgan), Whitford Kane, Leona Powers, Jane Seymour, Russell Collins, Alan Hewitt, William Eythe, Philip Foster, Lyle Bettger, etc. Originally produced by Oscar Serlin and directed by Chester Erskin.
67 Moon Maiden, The : "A Japanese Opera" with book and lyrics by George E. Stoddard. Music by Charles Berton. Produced at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Robert Milliken, Walter Wills, Henrietta Lee, Elsie Burt, Pearl Betts, Mabel Wilber, Belle Chester, etc. Songs include: "Childhood Days," "Japanese Flirtation Dance," "The Moon Maiden," "Marriage," etc.
67 Moon On A Rainbow Shawl : "A New Play" by Errol John. Various productions (1959 - 62) starring James Earl Jones, Cicely Tyson, Michael Barton, Bill Gunn, Robert Earl Jones (Father of James Earl Jones), Olga Koster, Ulrich Peroti, Eddy Hoost, etc. Originally produced in the United States (1962) by Kermit Bloomgarden and Harry Joe Brown, Jr. and directed by George Roy Hill.
67 Moon Over Buffalo : "The New Comedy" by Ken Ludwig. Various productions (1996 - 98) starring Carol Burnett, Philip Bosco, Randy Graff, James Valentine, Jane Connell, Gavin MacLeod, Nancy Marvy, Joe Van Slyke, etc. The original 1996 Broadway production directed by Tom Moore.
67 Moon Over Mulberry Street : "A Comedy Drama" by Nicholas Consentino. Music and lyrics by Raymond B. Egan. Produced by Standish O' Neill in association with Paul De Maria at various theatres (1935 - 36) starring William Edmunds, Valerie Bergere, Olga Druce, Phebe Root, Cornel Wilde, James Metcalf, etc. Directed by William Muir.
67 Moon Shines On Kylenamoe, The : Book by Sean O' Casey. Produced by The Greater New York Chapter of the American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA) at the Theatre de Lys (NYC - 1962) starring Nancy Reardon, Raymond Allen, James Kenny, etc. Directed by John O' Shaughnessy. Billed with "Figuro in the Night" by Sean O' Casey.
67 Moon Vine, The : "A Comedy' by Patricia Coleman. Produced by Jack Kirkland at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1943) starring Will Geer, Richard Tyler, Ruth Anderson, Philip Bourneuf, Haila Stoddard, Arthur Franz, Youl Bryner (Yul Brynner), etc. Directed by John Cromwell (Father of James Cromwell).
67 Moonbirds : "A New Comedy" by Jahn Pauker (Adapted from the work of Marcel Ayme). Produced by Leo Kerz, George Justin and Harry Belafonte at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1959) starring Michael Hordern, Wally Cox )"Mr. Peepers"), Mark Rydell (Film director of "On Golden Pond," "The Rose," etc.), Anne Meacham, Rex Everhart, William Hickey, Arthur Malet, Joseph Buloff, Phyllis Newman (Wife of Adolph Green), Dorothy Sands, etc. Directed by Leo Kerz.
67 Moondreamers, The : Book by Julie Bovasso. Produced by Peter Moreau, Herschel Waxman and Maury Kanbar at the Ellen Stewart Theatre (NYC - 1969) starring Jean David, Leonard Hicks, Zina Jasper, Ted Henning, Herve Villechize ("Tattoo" on television's "Fantasy Island"), Vincenza DiMaggio, Ching Yeh, Ella Sherman, Carl Wilson, etc. Directed by Julie Bovasso.
67 Moonlight (By W. Le Baron) : "A New Musical Comedy' by William Le Baron. Music by Con Conrad. Lyrics by William B. Friedlander. Produced by L. Lawrence Weber at the Shubert-Jefferson Theatre (St. Louis - 1924) starring Louis Simon, Glen Dale, Maxine Brown, Allyn King, Ernest Glendinning, The Lorraine Sisters, etc. Directed by William B. Friedlander. Choreographed by Larry Ceballos. Songs include: "Fair Weather Friends," "If I Were of the Hoi Polloi," "Turn On the Popular Moon," "Honeymoon Blues," etc.
67 Moonlight (By H. Pinter) : Book by Harold Pinter. Produced by the Roundabout Theatre Company at the Criterion Center Laura Pels Theatre (NYC - 1995) starring Jason Robards, Blythe Danner (Mother of Gwyneth Paltrow), Melissa Chalsma, Paul Hecht, Live Schreiber, etc. Directed by Karel Reisz.
67 Moonlight And Honeysuckle : "A New Comedy" by George Searborough. Produced by Henry Miller at the American Theatre (No location or date listed) starring Ruth Chatterton, Flora Sheffield, Corliss Giles, Edward Fielding, Sydney Booth, Charles Trowbridge, Auriol Lee, etc.
67 Moonlight and Magnolias : Book by Ron Hutchinson. Produced at the Ocala (Florida) Civic Theatre (2009) staring Chip Morris, Laura Bradford, Alex Dragg and Jeff Cole. Directed by Chris Jorie.
67 Moonshine And Honeysuckle : "Three Episodes" by Lula Vollmer (Adapted from the radio serial). Produced at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1933) starring Louis Mason, Rebekah Garden, Sarah Haden, Robert Strauss, Ernest E. Pollock, George Spelvin, etc. Directed by Larry Johns.
67 Moony Shapiro Songbook, The : "A New Musical Comedy" by Monty Norman and Julian More. Music by Monty Norman. Lyrics by Julian More. Produced by Stuart Ostrow at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Jeff Goldblum, Judy Kaye, Timothy Jerome, Annie McGreevey, Gary Beach, Philip Hoffman, etc. Directed by Jonathan Lynn. Choreographed by George Faison. Songs include: "Talking Picture Show', "Nazi Party Pooper," "I'm Gonna Take Her Home To Momma," "April in Wisconsin," "Happy Hickory," "Don't Play That Lovesong Anymore," etc.
67 Moor Born : Book by Dan Totheroh. Produced by George Bushar and John Tuerk at The Playhouse (NYC - 1934) starring Helen Gahagan (Three-term Congresswoman from California. Wife of Melvyn Douglas), Frances Starr, Edith Barrett, Glenn Anders, etc. Directed by Melvyn Douglas.
67 Moose Murders : Book by Arthur Bicknell. Produced at the Eugene O' Neill Theatre (NYC - 1983) starring Holland Taylor, June Gable, Nicholas Hormann, Don Potter, Lillie Robertson, etc. Directed by John Roach.
67 Moose River Dam : "A Melodrama" by Frederick J. Ziegler. Produced in NYC ("First Performance on Any Stage" - No date) starring Edward Fales Coward, Robert E. Brady, Pearson Winslow, Ethel Norton, etc. Directed by Theodore E. Steinway.
67 Morals Of Marcus, The : "Comedy" by W.J. Locke. Produced at various theatres (c. 1907) starring C. Aubrey Smith, Ivo Dawson, Forrest Robinson, Alexander King, Jr., Marie Doro, Kate Meek, etc.
67 More Stately Mansions : "American Premiere" by Eugene O' Neill. Various productions (1967 - 76) starring Ingrid Bergman, Arthur Hill ("Television's "Owen Marshall, Counselor-at-Law"), Colleen Dewhurst, Helen Craig, Lawrence Linville (Co-star of television's "MASH"), Fred Stewart, James Caffrey, Britta Smith, Ena May, etc. Original 1967 Broadway production directed by Jose Quintero. "Irish Premiere" (1976) directed by Nora Lever.
67 More Than Queen : "The Magnificent Napoleonic Play" by Emile Bergerat (Adapted from the French by Charles Frederic Nirdlinger and Charles Henry Meltzer). Produced at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - 1899) starring Julia Arthur, William Humphrey, Ernest Howard, Andrew Bode, George Wood, Frank Forrest, Louise Orendorf, etc. Directed by R. A. Roberts.
67 More The Merrier, The : "A New Farce" by Frank Gabrielson and Irvin Pincus. Produced by Otto Preminger and Norman Pincus at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1941) starring Frank Albertson, Grace McDonald (Sister of Ray McDonald), Keenan Wynn (Son of Ed Wynn), Scott Moore, Max Beck, Teddy Hart, Millard Mitchell ("Co-star of the film, "Singin' in the Rain," etc.), Will Geer, Dorrit Kelton, J.C. Nugent, etc. Directed by Otto Preminger.
67 Morning, Noon and Night : Book by Terrence McNally, Israel Horovitz and Leonard Melfi. Music by John Hall. Lyrics by Israel Horovitz. Produced by Circle in the Square on Broadway at Henry Miller's Theatre (NYC - 1968) starring Sorrell Booke (Co-star of television's "The Dukes of Hazard"), John Heffernan, Robert Klein ("They're Playing Our Song," etc.), Charlotte Rae ("Co-star of television's "The Facts of Life"), etc. Directed by Theodore Mann.
67 Morning Star : Book by Sylvia Regan. Produced by George Kondolf at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Molly Picon ("First Lady of the Yiddish Theatre"), Joseph Buloff, Martin Blaine, Harold J. Stone (Co-star of television's "My World and Welcome To It'), Sidney Lumet (Child actor and film director of "12 Angry Men," "Serpico," "The Verdict," "Network," etc), Jeanne Greene, etc. Directed by Charles K. Freeman.
67 Morning Star, The : "A New Play" by Emlyn Williams. Produced by Guthrie McClintic at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 19420 starring Gladys Cooper, Brenda Forbes, Cecil Humphreys, Rhys Williams, Gregory Peck, Wendy Barrie, Nicholas Joy, etc. Directed by Guthrie McClintic.
67 Morning Sun : "A New Play With Music" with book and lyrics by Fred Ebb (Based on a story by Mary Deasy). Music by Paul Klein. Produced by T. Edward Hambleton and Martin Tahse at the Phoenix Theatre (NYC - 1963) starring Patricia Neway, Danny Lockin (Co-star of "Hello, Dolly" on film), Will MacKenzie, David Thomas, Bert Convy ("Cabaret," etc. on stage. Television game show host), etc. Directed by Daniel Petrie. Choreographed by Donald Saddler. Songs include: "New Boy in Town," "Pebble Waltz," "Missouri Mule," "Morning Sun," "I Seen It With My Very Own Eyes," etc.
67 Morning's At Seven : "A Comedy" by Paul Osborn. Various productions (1939 - 81) starring Maureen O' Sullivan (Wife of John Farrow. Mother of Mia Farrow), Kate Reid, Elilzabeth Wilson, Teresa Wright, Gary Merrill (Husband of Bette Davis), Frances Helm, Nancy Culp ("Miss Hathaway" on "The Beverly Hillbillies"), Carmen Mathews, King Donovan (Husband of Imogene Coca), Shepperd Strudwick, Nancy Marchand (Co-star of television's "Lou Grant," "The Sopranos," the original production of "Marty" with Rod Steiger, etc.), Charles Murphy, Frances Forrest, Alvin Becker, Jean Adair ("Aunt Martha" in the film and original stage productions of "Arsenic and Old Lace," etc.), Dorothy Gish, Russell Collins, John Alexander ("Uncle Teddy Roosevelt" in the film and original stage productions of "Arsenic and Old Lace," "Lew Dockstader" in "The Jolson Story," etc.), Enid Markey, Effie Shannon, Herbert Yost, Tom Bosley, Dorrit Kelton, Kate Harrington, Sylvia Sidney (Wife of Bennet Cerf), Dana Andrews, Nancy Coleman, etc. Originally produced (1939) by Dwight Deere Wiman and directed by Joshua Logan.
67 Morris Dance, The : "An Outrageous Farce" by Granville Barker (Based on the novel, "The Wrong Box" by Robert Louis Stevenson and Lloyd Osbourne). Produced by Winthrop Ames at the Little Theatre (NYC - 1917) starring Ferdinand Gottschalk, Richard Bennett, Dora Heritage, Sidney Blackmer, Herbert Yost, Lucien Muratore, Eugene Lowe, etc. Directed by Granville Barker.
67 Moses The Old Clothes Man! : Produced by John Thompson (No location or date listed) starring John Thompson, Harry Buckley, Harry Sheppard, Marie Le Brun, Dotie Nagle, Nellie Hastings, etc. Directed by John Thompson.
67 Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, The : Book by Paul Rudnick. Produced at the Minetta Lane Theatre (NYC - 1999) starring Peg Healey, Alan Tudyk, Jay Goede, Julie Halston, Joanna P. Adler, Shannon Burkett, etc. Directed by Christopher Ashley.
67 Most Happy Fella, The : "A Musical Landmark" with book, music and lyrics by Frank Loesser (Based on Sidney Howard's "They Knew What They Wanted"). Various productions (1957 - 97) starring Robert Weede, Jo Sullivan (Wife of Frank Loesser), Art Lund, Arthur Rubin, Beverly Gaines, Richard Torigi, Lois Van Pelt, Norman Atkins, Karen Morrow, Susan Johnson, John Raitt, James Hurst, Paula Stewart, Bruce MacKay, Bernadette Peters, Johnny Borden, Giorgio Tozzi, Richard Muenz, Shorty Long, Zina Bethune (Star of the television soap opera "The Nurses"), John Reardon (Metropolitan Opera Star), John Dennison, Betty Oakes, Alan Gilbert, Jo Hurt, Richard Wentworth, Carolyn Maye, Robert Dixon, Lawrence Brooks, Bill Bush, Monte Black, Tad Ingram, John Soroka, Gene Hollmann, Art Slate, Sue Ann Langdon ("Alice Kramden" on the early 1960s "The Honeymooners" sketches with Jackie Gleason. Co-star of television's "Arnie"), Rina Falcone, Richard Weede (Son of Robert Weede), etc. Originally produced (1957) by Kermit Bloomgarden and Lynn Loesser (Wife of Frank Loesser), directed by Joseph Anthony and choreographed by Dania Krupska. Songs include: "Somebody Somewhere," "Standing on the Corner," "Joey, Joey, Joey," "Abbondanza," "Don't Cry," "Big 'D' ," "How Beautiful the Days," "Like a Woman Loves a Man," "The Most Happy Fella," etc.
67 Most Immoral Lady, A : "A New Comedy" by Townsend Martin. Produced by William A. Brady, Jr. and Dwight Deere Wiman at various theatres (1928 - 29) starring Alice Brady (Oscar winner as "Best Supporting Actress" in "In Old Chicago" - 1937), Harry Barfoot, Robert Strange, Sydney Booth, Kirk Ames, Helen Brooks, etc. Directed by Dwight Deere Wiman and Townsend Martin.
67 Most Of the Game : "A Light Comedy" by John Van Druten. Produced by Dwight Deere Wiman and Auriol Lee at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1935) starring James Bell, Robert Douglas, Dorothy Hyson, Lionel Hogarth, Joshua Logan, etc. Directed by Auriol Lee.
67 Mostellaria : or "The Haunted House" by Plautus (Translated by Lynn Boal Mitchell). Produced by the Florida Players of the University of Florida at Norman Hall Auditorium (Gainesville - 1966) starring Charles Harper, William Perley, Claude Pinkston, Ira Green, etc. Directed by Donald A. Borchardt.
67 Moth And The Flame, The : "An Original Play" by Clyde Fitch. Various productions (1898 - 1900) starring Herbert Kelcey, Effie Shannon, William J. LeMoyne, Edward See, Mamie Dunn, Byron Douglas, Ernest Joy, Agnes Maynard, etc.
67 Mother : "A Play With Music" by Bertolt Brecht (Translated by Paul Peters). Produced by The Theatre Union at the Civic Repertory Theatre (NYC - 1935) starring Herbert Rudley (Co-star of television's "The Mothers-In -Law," etc.), Martin Wolfson, Hester Sondergaard (Sister of blacklisted actress Gale Sondergaard), Lee J. Cobb, James MacDonald, Lester Lonergan, Jr., Frances Bavier ("Aunt Bee" on "The Andy Griffith Show"), etc. Directed by Victor Wolfson. Music director: Jerome Moross.
67 Mother, The (By B. Brecht) : Book by Bertolt Brecht (Adapted by Maxim Gorky and translated by Lee Baxandall). Music by Hanns Eisler and the Mime Troupe. Produced by The San Francisco Mime Troupe (No date). See, also, "Mother" by Bertolt Brecht.
67 Mother, The (By K. Capek) : "Last Play" by Karel Capek (English version by Paul Selver and Miles Malleson). Produced by Victor Payne-Jennings in association with Kathleen Robinson at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1939) starring Alla Nazimova, Reginald Bach, Tom Palmer, Montgomery Clift, Agnes Young, etc. Directed by Miles Malleson.
67 Mother And Son : Produced in 1883 in Ohio (No specific location listed) starring Francesca Janauschek, Giles Shine, G. D. Chaplin, I. Ogden Stevens, Harry Hawk, Frank Lyman, Ida Jeffreys, Anna Locke, etc.
67 Mother Courage And Her Children : "A Chronicle of the Thirty Years War" by Bertolt Brecht (Adapted by Eric Bentley). Music by Paul Dessau. Various productions (1961 - 85) starring Anne Bancroft, Zohra Lampert, Mike Kellin, Gene Wilder, John Randolph, Eugen Roche, Bruce Glover, Barbara Harris, Freda Jackson, Derek Smith, Robert J. Colonna, Mary Doyle, Anne Francine, Robert Symonds, Priscilla Pointer, Bruce Weitz (Co-star of television's "Hill Street Blues"), Joyce Ebert, M. Emmet Walsh, Daniel Ades, Susan Barnes, Larry Linville (Co-star of television's "MASH"), Gregory Abels, Franz Elkins, Hilde Krahl, Fritz Grieb, Lotte Lenya, Ida Krottendorff, Eva Brumby, Judy London, Richard Morse, Conrad Bromberg (Son of J. Edward Bromberg), Eugenie Leontovich, Eric Berne, Gary Cole, Glenne Headley, Karen MacDonald, Thomas Derrah, Ernst Busch, Regine Lutz, Helene Weigel, Frances Conroy, Kevin Conroy, etc. Various directors include: Adrian Hall, Herbert Blau, Michael Youngfellow, Ron Sossi, Jerome Robbins, Joseph Slowik, Bertolt Brecht, Erich Engel, Alan Schneider, Janos Szasz, Warren Jenkins, Robert Falls, etc.
68 Mother Goose : Various productions and adaptations (1903 - 86) starring Joe Cawthorn, Harry Kelly, Clifton Crawford, Edith Hutchins, Pat Rooney, Viola Gillette, Philip Bond, Andree Evans, Harold Innocent, James Cairncross, etc.
68 Mother Lover, The : Book by Jerome Weidman. Produced by Joseph E. Levine and Avco Embassy Pictures at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1969) starring Eileen Heckart, Larry Blyden (The third and final host of the television game show, "What's My Line?") and Valerie French. Directed by Larry Blyden.
68 Mother Was A Bachelor : Book by Irving W. Phillips (Based on a short story by Myna Lockwood). Produced by Richard Aldrich (Portrayed by Richard Crenna in the 1968 biopic, "Star". Husband of Gertrude Lawrence) at the Cape Playhouse (Dennis, MA - 1955) starring Billie Burke (Portrayed by Myrna Loy in the 1936 biopic, "The Great Ziegfeld". Wife of Florenz Ziegfeld.), James Walworth, John Cecil Holm, Edwin Cooper, Noel Leslie, etc. Directed by Frank Carrington and Agnes Morgan.
68 Mother's Kisses, A : "A New Musical Comedy" by Bruce Jay Friedman. Music and lyrics by Richard Adler. Produced by Lester Osterman at the Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1968) starring Beatrice Arthur (Wife of Gene Saks), Carl Ballantine (Co-star of television's "McHale's Navy". Known as "The Great Ballantine" in a comedy magic act.), Bernadette Peters, Martin Wolfson, Alan North, Bill Callaway, etc. Directed by Gene Saks. Choreographed by Onna White. Songs include: "Look at Those Faces," "A Course in Your Mother," "Where Did the Summer Go?," "We've Got Meg," etc.
68 Mother's Secret : "Great Play" by Victorien Sardon. Produced at the New Park Theatre (Brooklyn, NY - 1878) starring Rachel Macauley, A.H. Hastings, Frank Roberts, George Giddens, Emma Pierce, etc.
68 Moths : "The Powerful Drama" by H. Hamilton (Adapted from the work of Ouida). Produced at the Park Theatre (Boston - 1887) starring May Fortescue, Newton Gotthold, Charles Overton, Hardy Vernon, etc. Directed by Al Hayman.
68 Motor Girl, The : "Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Charles J. Campbell and Ralph M. Skinner. Music by Julian Edwards. Produced by Frank Hennessy at the Lyric Theatre (NYC - 1909) starring Georgia Caine, Elizabeth Brice, Adelaide Sharp, Helen Adair, Frank Shea, Ted Lorraine, etc. Directed by Frank Smithson.
68 Mound Builders, The : "West Coast Premiere" by Lanford Wilson. Produced by Barry Norcross at The Theatre (West Hollywood, CA - 1977) starring Gretchin Corbett, Gary Graham, Ruth Manning, etc. Directed by Kevin Tighe (Co-star of television's "Emergency").
68 Mountain Climber, The : "The Farce" by C. Kraatz and M. Neal. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1906) starring Francis Wilson, Joseph Allen, Sidney Rice, Grant Mitchell, Joseph Brennan, Augustin Duncan, May Robson, George Irving, etc. Directed by Ben Teal.
68 Mountain Man, The : "A Love Story" by Clare Kummer. Various productions (1922 -23) starring Sidney Blackmer, Lucia Moore, Fred Karr, Chester Morris, George Fawcett. Marion Abbott, Ralph M. Remley, Viola Roach, Agnes James, etc. Original 1922 production directed by Clare Kummer and Edward Eisner.
68 Mountain Waif, The : "A Realistic Story of Rough Western Life" by Charles Townsend. Produced in Montpelier, VT (No specific location or date listed) starring W. A. Pattee, F. H. Wedge, L.F. Peck, Blanch Wedge, Laura Jackson, Lena Harrington, etc.
68 Mountaineers, The : "The Musical Play" produced at various theatres throughout Great Britain (1810 - 43). Billed with "Valentine and Orfon," "Dominique the Deserter," "He Lies Like Truth," "The Irishman in London," "John of Paris," "The Midnight Hour," "The Travellers Benighted," etc.
68 Mountebank, The : "An Original Play" by W.J. Locke and Ernest Denny (Based on the novel by W.J. Locke). Produced by Charles Frohman at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1923) starring Norman Trevor, George Riddell, Lillian Kemble Cooper, Gabrielle Ravine, etc. Directed by David Burton.
68 Mourning Becomes Electra : "A Trilogy" by Eugene O' Neill. Various productions (1931 - 75) starring Leona Hogarth, Walter Vonnegut, Augusta Durgeon, Robert Strange, Charles Bokaw, Jack Byrne, Alla Nazimova, Alice Brady (Oscar winning Best Supporting actress for the 1937 film, "in Old Chicago"), Earle Larimore,, Philip Foster, Erskine Sanford, Seth Arnold, Judith Anderson, Florence Reed, Thurston Hall, Crane Wilbur, Walter Abel, Nesbitt Blaisdell, Murray Nash, Rosemary Murphy, Judith Ivey, Luisa Vehil, Eva Donge, Fernando Siro, Florita Raup, Toni Beck, Leslie Snow, Colleen Dewhurst, Pamela Payton-Wright, Donald Davis, Jocelyn Brando (Sister of Marlon Brando), William Hickey, John Ridge, etc. Originally produced (1931) by The Theatre Guild and directed by Philip Moeller.
68 Mousetrap, The : "A Murder Mystery" by Agatha Christie. Various productions (1952 - 2005) starring Jean Harvey, John Paul, Aubrey Dexter, Richard Attenborough, George Taylor, Virginia Payne, Joan Welles, LaVonna Sheridan, Charlotte Jones, Esther Benson, Yvonne Clifford, Alan Coates, Clyde Cook, John Irving, Angela Thornton, Barry Newman, Edith Finn, Sidney Lewis, Lawrence Brady, Mary Law, William Abney, Bronia Stefan, Carl Werner, Diane Hart, John Justin, Barbara Clarkson, Gene Alton, Elizabeth Herbert, Dick Deason, Martin Miller, Derek Bond, Dermot Walsh, Gordon Whiting, David McCallum ("The Man from U.N.C.L.E."), Carole Shelley (Co-star of "The Odd Couple" on stage and film), Kurt Kaszner, Joshua Angel, Colleen Toppins, Susan Brashear, Ruth Kobart, Judy Stone, Richard Comes, Robyn Baker, Ron Wilcox, E. Bette Pardee, Chris Jackson, Lois Akemann, Anne Godley, Neville Barber, Christopher Dunham, Hugh Moxey, Gabor Vernon, Victor Maddern, Christopher Leaver, Richard Warner, Pamela Buchner, etc. Originally produced in London (1952) by Peter Saunders and directed by Peter Cotes.
68 Move Over, Mrs. Markham : Book by Ray Cooney and John Chapman. Various productions (1970 - 90) starring Moira Lister, Tony Britton, Lana Morris, Terence Alexander, Cicely Courtneidge, Trevor Bannister, Steve Arlen, George Holmes, Anne Rogers, Edward Mulhare (Co-star of television's "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir"), Kay Walbye, etc. Originally produced In London (c. 1970) by Peter Saunders and Ray Cooney and directed by Ray Cooney.
68 Movin' Out : "New Musical" conceived by Twyla Tharp. Music and lyrics by Billy Joel. Various productions (2002 - 2008) starring Keith Roberts, Elizabeth Parkinson, John Selya, Ashley Tuttle, Scott Wise, Benjamin G. Bowman, Michael Cavanaugh, etc. Original 2002 NYC production directed and choreographed by Twyla Tharp. Songs include: "It's Still Rock and Roll to Me," "Movin' Out," "Uptown Girl," "We Didn't Start the Fire," "She's Got a Way," "The Stranger," "Angry Young Man," "Innocent Man," "Goodnight Saigon," "Only the Good Die Young," etc.
68 Much Ado About A Merchant Of Venice : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare - Theatrical Tributes".
68 Much Ado About Nothing : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare Collection" by title.
68 Mugg's Landing : "Greatest Laughing Success of the Age" produced by various companies at various theatres (c. 1884) starring Frances Bishop, Alfred McDowell, Arthur Buckley, Maud Leigh, Hattie Anderson ("The American Song Bird and Queen of Sobrettes"), Ella Herbert, etc.
68 Mulatto : "A New Drama" by Langston Hughes and Martin Jones. Produced by Martin Jones at various theatres (1935 - 36) starring James Kirkwood, Mercedes Gilbert, Nat Burns, Glen Boles, Rose McClendon, Morris McKenney, Stuart Beebe, Connie Gilchrist, John Boyd, etc. Directed by Milton Jones.
68 Mulberry Bush, The : Book by Angus Wilson. Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - 1955) starring Eric Porter, Derek Godfrey, Mary Hinton, Edward Hardwicke (Son of Sir Cedric Hardwicke), John Humphrey, Alan Dobie, etc. Directed by Patrick Robertson.
68 Muldoon's Picnic : "Original Comedy" by Hyde and Behman. Produced by Hyde and Behman's Comedy Company (No location or date listed) starring John Gilbert, Edward Werner, Maud Werner, Lottie Lynn, etc. Billed with a variety of vaudeville acts including The Lynn Sisters, John Gilbert ("In his Grotesque and Burlesque Readings"), Little Rosebud ("The Favorite Child Artist"), etc.
68 Muldoon's Troubles : "The Laughable Comedy" by Pat Muldoon. Produced at the Academy of Music (No city listed - 1888) starring George B. Leslie, George Davenport, Charles Rench, Bessie Langdon, etc. Billed with a variety of vaudeville acts including Major Gorman ("In his Lightning Musket Drill"), Charles French ("In his Wonderful Acrobatic Songs and Dances and his Great Trained Giraffe Whoa Jarjoa"), The Davenport Brothers ("In Their Refined Dutch Musical Sketch"), etc.
68 Mulligan Guard Surprise : "Volume Fifth of the Mulligan Guard Series" by Edward Harrigan. Produced in 1883 (No location listed) starring Edward Harrigan, Tony Hart, William Gray, John Queer, Annie Yeamans, Annie Mack, Mary Bird, etc. Billed with a variety of vaudeville acts including Jennie Morgan ("The Charming Lyrical Songstress"), Goss and Fox ("In their laughable sketch, Colored Barbers"), etc.
68 Mummy And The Humming Bird, The : "A New and Original Play" by Isaac Henderson. Various productions (1901 - 03) starring Charles Wyndham, Robert Taber, Frank Atherley, Mary Moore, John Drew, Guy Standing, Lionel Barrymore, Margaret Dale, Reginald Carrington, etc.
68 Mundy Scheme, The : "New Comedy" by Brian Friel. Produced by Helen Bonfils and Morton Gottlieb at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1969) starring Jack Cassidy (Husband of Shirley Jones. Father of David, Shaun, Ryan and Patrick Cassidy), Patrick Bedford, Dorothy Stickney, Neil Fitzgerald, Leo Leyden, Horace McMahon (Brother of Aline McMahon), etc. Directed by Donal Donnelly.
68 Murder Among Friends : Book by Bob Barry. Produced at the Biltmore Theatre (NYC - 1975) starring Janet Leigh, Jack Cassidy (Husband of Shirley Jones. Father of David, Shaun, Ryan and Patrick Cassidy), Richard Woods, Jane Hoffman, etc. Directed by Val May.
68 Murder At The Mound : or "The Skeleton Witness" produced in 1882 (No location listed) starring William H. Raymond, J.D. Nutt, Henry Launt, Hiram Robinson, etc.
68 Murder At The Vicarage : Book by Agatha Christie (Adapted by Moie Charles). Produced at various theatres in London (1976 - 77) starring Avril Angers (As "Miss Marple"), Derek Bond, Barbara Toy, Monty James, Beryl Cooke, Mervyn Pascoe, Muriel Pavlow (as "Miss Marple"), Richard Thorp, Bill Treacher, Josephine Gordon, Gail Lidstone, Richard Austin, etc. Directed by Donald Bodley.
68 Murder Has Been Arranged, A : Book by Emlyn Williams. Produced by The Chatham Dramatic Guild at the Monomoy Theatre (Chatham, MA - 1951) starring Edith Strube, Bonnie Hart, Chester I. Hackett, Emily Sylvan, etc. Directed by Richard C. Swan.
68 Murder In Disguise : "A Gay Comedy Mystery" by John Glines. Produced at the Courtyard Playhouse (NYC - 1992). No cast listed.
68 Murder In The Cathedral : "A Poetic Drama" by T.S. Eliot. Various productions (1935 - 85) starring Donald Hunter, Fergus With, Gladys Miller, Alice Henderson, Gertrude Keene, E.R. Lamp, Day Tuttle, Boris Sokoloff, Max Flowers, Stella Booth, Harold Scott, Denis Carey, Russell Napier, Mabel Paige, Helen Morrow, Roger DeKoven, Iona Bright, Minnie Stanley, Gerald Langford, Roy Mercer, Stephan Graf, David Langworthy, Peggy Carter, Stephen Guerny, Craig Horner, Eleanor Drew, Norman Rossington (Portrayed the manager of the Beatles in the 1964 film, "A Hard Day's Night"), Alan Dobie, Eric Porter, John Warner, Mary Actor, Diane Burti, Edgar Stevens, William Preston, Russ Mahrt, Jay Cogan, Robert Washburn, etc.
68 Murder In The Old Red Barn : Produced by Harry Bannister and John Krimsky in association with Lucius Beebe at the American Music Hall (NYC - No date) starring Richard Rauber, Stapleton Kent, Marianne Cowan, Gertrude Keith, George Spelvin, etc. Music and lyrics of original songs by Jean-Treville Latouche and Richard Lewine.
68 Murder Is Announced, A : Book by Agatha Christie (Adapted by Leslie Darbon). Various productions (1977 - 79) starring Jean Stapleton, June Prud'homme, Channing Walker, Pamela Putch (Daughter of Jean Stapleton), Howard Morton, Dinah Sheridan, Dulcie Gray, Eleanor Summerfield, James Grout, Patricia Brake, Christopher Scoular, Mia Nadisi, etc.
68 Murder Without Crime : Book by J. Lee Thompson. Various productions (c. 1943) starring Henry Daniell, Viola Keats, Frances Tannehill, Bretaigne Windust, Paula Houston, Richard Purdy, Wilson Brooks and Neva Patterson. Originally directed by Bretaigne Windust.
68 Murderer Among US, A : "A Comedy" by Yves Jamiaque (Adapted by George White). Produced by Jeff Britton at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1964) starring Tom Bosley, Pierre Olaf, Loring Smith, George S. Irving, Dana Elcar, Lauri Peters, etc. Directed by Sam Wanmamaker.
68 Murderous Angels : Book by Conor Cruise O' Brien. Produced by The Phoenix Theatre at the Playhouse Theatre (NYC - 1971) starring Jean-Pierre Aumont, Lou Gossett, Richard Easton, Richard Venture, Barbara Colby (Co-star of television's "Phyllis"), Herbert Jefferson, Jr., Neil Fitzgerald, etc. Directed by Gordon Davidson.
68 Murray Anderson's Almanac : "A Revusical Comedy of Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow" by John Murray Anderson, Rube Goldberg, Noel Coward, Ronald Jeans, Harry Ruskin, John McGowan, Peter Arno and Wynn. Music by Milton Ager and Henry Sullivan. Lyrics by Jack Yellen. Produced by The Almanack Theatrical Corporation at Erlanger's Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Wally Coyle, Henrietta, Fred Keating, Rita Glynde, Jimmie Savo, Hermes Pan, Trixie Friganza, Roy Atwell, Stella Power, Red Nichols and His 5 Pennies, etc. Directed by John Murray Anderson and Harry Ruskin. Choreographed by William Holbrook. Songs include: "The Polka Dot," "Whoops," "In the Village By the Sea," "Mother," "I May Be Wrong," "Same Old Moon," "Educate Your Feet," "Getting Into the Talkies," "Tiller, Foster, Hoffman, Hale and Albertina Rasch," "Jazz in a Kitchenette," etc.
68 Murray Hill : "A Farce" by Leslie Howard. Produced at the Copley Theatre (Boston - 1927) starring Leslie Howard, David Clyde, May Ediss, Gaby Fay, Genevieve Tobin, etc. Directed by E.E. Clive.
68 Musette : "Comedy Drama" by Marsden. Produced at the Olympic Theatre (St. Louis - 1890) starring Lotta Crabtree (Portrayed by Mitzi Gaynor in the 1951 biopic, "Golden Girl"), Walter Allen, Lionel Bland, Mabella Baker, Adelaide Colton, etc.
68 Museum : "World Premier" by Tina Howe. Produced by the Los Angeles Actors' Theatre (Ralph Waite, Artistic Director) at the L.A. Actors' Theatre (No date) starring Ralph Waite, Philip Baker Hall, Sheila Ochs, David Stafford, Barry Brown, etc. Directed by Dana Elcar and Richard Jordon.
68 Music At Midnight : "A New Play" by Peter Howard and Alan Thornhill. Produced at various theatres (1963) starring Nora Swinburne, Walter Fitzgerald, Hilary Wontner, Douglas Wells, George Cormack, Carol Marsh, etc. Directed by Howard Reynolds.
68 Music Box Revue : Various annual productions with words and music by Irving Berlin, etc. Produced by Sam H. Harris at various theatres (1921 - 26) starring Helen Clare, Miriam Hopkins, Joseph Santley, Paul Frawley (Brother of William Frawley), Ivy Sawyer, The Three Brox Sisters, Margaret Irving, William Gaxton, Charlotte Greenwood, (Bobby) Clark and (Paul) McCullough, Grace LaRue, Dorothy Ruggles, Phil Baker, Grace Moore (Portrayed by Kathryn Grayson in the 1953 biopic, "So This is Love"), Robert Benchley, Elmer Brown, Florence Moore, Mary O' Brien, Hal Sherman, Oscar Shaw, Fannie Brice (Portrayed by Barbra Streisand on stage and in the 1968 biopic, "Funny Girl"), Florence O' Denishawn, The Wainwright Sisters, Jennie Lind, etc. Directed by Hassard Short, John Murray Anderson, etc. Choreographed by Bert French, Madam Serova, Woody Grey, Sammy Lee, Carl Randall, William Seabury and Alexander Oumansky. Songs include: "Dancing the Seasons Away," "Say It With Music," "Everybody Step," "Three Cheers for the Red, White and Blue," Learn to Do the Strut', 'Little Butterfly," "Crinoline Days," "The Lady in Red," "Moving Picture Baby," "What'll I Do," etc.
68 Music In My Heart : "A Romantic Musical Play with Melodies of Tchaikovsky" by Patsy Ruth Miller. Lyrics by Forman Brown. Music adapted by Franz Steininger. Produced by Henry Duffy at the Adelphi Theatre (NYC - 1947) starring Vivienne Segal, Jan Murray (Stand-up comedian and host of the television game show, "Treasure Hunt"), Robert Carroll, Della Lind, Charles Fredericks, etc. Directed by Hassard Short. Choreographed by Ruth Page. Songs include: "Flower Waltz," "Love is a Game for Soldiers," "Stolen Kisses," "Am I Enchanted," etc.
68 Music In The Air : "A Musical Adventure" with book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, 2nd. Music by Jerome Kern (Portrayed by Robert Walker in the 1946 biopic, "Till the Clouds Roll By"). Various productions (1933 - 63) starring Al Shean (Of the comedy team, "Gallagher and Shean"), Walter Slezak, Nicholas Joy, Dennis King, Jane Pickens (Of the singing trio, "The Pickins Sisters"), Charles Winninger, Conrad Nagel, Minor Watson, Terry Saunders, Blanche Thebom, George Spelvin, etc. Originally produced (1933) by A.C. Blumenthal and directed by Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein, 2nd. Song include: "I've Told Every Little Star," "The Song is You," "We Belong Together," "I'm Coming Home," etc.
68 Music Is... : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare - Modern Adaptations".
68 Music Makes Me : "The New Tradition" by David Staller. A concert produced by The Town Hall Foundation as a "multi-disciplinary examination of 100 years of revolution in the social, political, artistic and technological arenas" at The Town Hall (NYC - 1994) starring Harriet Fay and Her Society Band, Betsy Friday, Hildegarde ("The Last Time I Saw Paris"), etc. Directed by David Staller. This concert celebrates the music of "The Fourth Decade" (1930 - 39).
68 Music Man, The : Book, music and lyrics by Meredith Willson. Various productions (1957 - 2011) starring Robert Preston, Barbara Cook, David Burns, Pert Kelton (The original "Alice Kramden" on televison's "The Honeymooners"), "The Buffalo Bills, Paul Reed, Eddie Hodges, Danny Carroll, Iggie Wolfington, Peter Leeds, Eddie Albert, Mort Marshall, Arlyne Frank, Forrest Tucker (Star of television's "F Troop"), Joan Weldon, Benny Carter, Cliff Hall, The Frisco 4, Harry Hickox, John Raitt, The Revelers, Gig Young, The Foothill Four, Bert Parks (Long-running televison host of the "Miss America Pageant"), Robert Sean Leonard, Rebecca Luker, Jay Stuart, Vince Lipani, Craig Bierko, Max Casella (Co-star of television's "Doogie Howser," "The Sopranos," etc.), Paul Benedict (Co-star of television's "The Jeffersons"), Tom Howard, Karen Armel, The Remnants, Ted Scott, Mort Marshall, James Carver, Gwen Kulesa, Paul Ford (Co-star of television's "Sgt. Bilko," etc.), Kelly Fitzpatrick, Martha J. Brown, Dora Merande, Nick Koenigstein, Pat Denson, Jim Baiocchi, Nancy Armstrong, Michael P. Watkins, Natali de Assis, Fred Steinke, Saundra Chaon, Elizabeth Pickett, Diego Fuentes, Patrick J. Stanley, Katie Land, John LaPaille, Melody Murphy, David Leppert, Jonathan Philip Leppert, R.J. Lemire, Brandon Teems, Tyler Schank, Karen Wink, Christopher Alexey Diaz, Jeff Cole, Ken Hilton, Lane Pindell, Jordan Sossong, James Carson, Christine Cottam, Micheal Gennerelli, Eric Rothell, Lisa Carson, Marilee Aufdenkamp, etc. Originally produced (1957) by Kermit Bloomgarden, directed by Morton Da Costa and choreographed by Onna White. Songs include: "Trouble," "Goodnight My Someone," "Seventy Six Trombones," "Marian the Librarian," "My White Knight," "Wells Fargo Wagon," "Gary Indiana," "Till There Was You," etc.
68 Music Master, The : "A Comedy Drama" by Charles Klein. Various productions (1905 - 26) starring David Warfield, Taylor Holmes, Oscar Eagle, Tony Bevan, Antoinette Perry, Ruth Gates, Charles Abbott, Minnie Dupree, Jane Cowl, Blanche Ring, Lew Fields (Of the comedy team, "Weber and Fields"), Ralph Kellard, Frank Wilcox, Grace Fox, Kay Strozzi, etc. Originally produced (1905) and directed by David Belasco.
68 Musical Chairs : Book by Ronald MacKenzie. Produced by Howard Wyndham and Bronson Albery at the Criterion Theatre (London - 1932) starring John Gielgud, Carol Goodner, Margaret Webster, Jack Livesey, Finley Currie, etc. Directed by Komisarjevsky.
68 Musical Chairs And Other Games : "A Musical Collage of Broadway Musicals from 1866 thru 1973" produced by Frank Carioti and The Old Town Players (Chicago - 1973) starring Michael Anderson, Stacy Grant, Felicity LaFortune, Gary King, Renata Alleluijka, etc. Directed by Frank Carioti. Choreographed by Danny Frohman.
68 Musical Comedy Murders Of 1940, The : Book by John Bishop. Music by Ted Simons. Produced at the Hollywood Playhouse (FL - 1996) starring Abby Frank, Sergio Campa, David Moss, Don Walters, etc. Directed by Jim Fargo.
68 Musical Jubilee, A : Book by Max Wilk, Marilyn Clark and Charles Burr. Various productions by The Theatre Guild (1975 - 76) starring John Raitt, Patrice Munsel, Tammy Grimes, Dick Shawn, Cyril Ritchard, Larry Kert, Lillian Gish, Howard Keel, Eartha Kitt, Milo O' Shea, etc. Originally directed by Morton Da Costa. Choreographed by Robert Tucker. Songs include: "It's a Long Way to Tipperary," "Skip to My Lou," "I'm in Love with Vienna," "Why Was I Born?," "Old Man River," "Dancing in the Dark," "Love Me or Leave Me," "At the Moving Picture Ball," "Lady Be Good," "Liza," etc.
68 Musketeers, The (By S. Grundy) : "A Play in Ten Tableaus Founded Upon Alexander Dumas' Novel" by Sydney Grundy. Produced by Liebler and Company at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - 1899) starring James O' Neill (Father of Eugene O' Neill), Wilton Lackaye, Blanche Bates, etc. Directed by Frank J. Keenan.
68 Musketeers The (By L. Varney) : "Charming Work" by Louis Varney. Various productions (1882 - 85) starring W.H. MacDonald, Herndon Morsell, George Frothington, Tom Karl, Marie Stone, Hattie Brown, Florence Reed, H.D. Hopkins, Jr., James T. Sabin, Edith Adams, Belle Mead, etc.
68 Mutt And Jeff : "The Musical Comedy Sensation" by Frank Tannehill and Bud Fisher (Based on Bud Fisher's Famous Cartoons). Music by Howard Webster. Lyrics by E.S.S. Hutchinson. Produced by Gus Hill at various theatres (1911 - 13) starring Ross Snow, Shorty De Witt, Bert Ford, Norma Bell, May Morning, Marty Healy, Winn Shaw, Jim Mack, Minerva Adams, Richard D. Freeman, George Edwards, George W. Barbier, Viola Hopkins, Roger Gray, Shorty DeWitt, Louis Kelso, Arthur Alton, Dave Miller, Anita Arliss, etc.
68 Mutt And Jeff In Mexico : Book by Joe LeBrant ("Based on Bud Fisher's original creation - the Most Remarkable Laughing Success of the Age"). Music by L.L. Vosburgh, Leo Edwards and Frank H. Grey. Lyrics by Willis Cobb. Produced by Gus Hill at various theatres (1914) starring Earl Redding, Jerry Sullivan, Chick Buggie, Flora "Bon Fanti" Russell, May Shirk, etc. Directed by Frank Tannehill, Jr. Songs include: "If I Had a Girl Like You," "All Aboard for Dixie," "Moonbeams," "Croony Melodies," "Spanish Moon," "A Face in the Flag I Love," etc.
68 Mutt And Jeff In Panama : "A New Series of Mirth and Song, Further Exploiting the Ludicrous Adventures of Those Two Quaint Characters Made World Famous by Bud Fisher" produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1913) starring Ben Grinnell, Martie Healey, H.E. Roach, Frank Ims, Sam Irving, Zadora Zay, etc. Music by Leo Edwards. Lyrics by D.B. Cobb. Songs include: "When I Am Mrs. Me," "Pearls of Panama," "Tweenie Weenie," "Isle of Man," "The Vampire," etc.
68 Mutt And Jeff's Wedding : "A Musical Comedy in Which Laughter and Girls Form the Main Ingredients" by Frank Dumont (Founded upon Bud Fisher's Famous Cartoon Characters"). Music by W.C. Henderson. Produced by Gus Hill at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1916) starring Earl Redding, Jerry Sullivan, Fred Roberts, Rose Kessner, Katie Rooney, etc. Directed by Frank Tannehill. Choreographed by Ed Hutchinson. Songs include: "Be Joyful Today," "We Are Nuts," "I Love a Piano," "Ideal Girl," etc.
68 My Aunt Bridget : "Refined Musical Farce Comedy" by Scott Marble. Produced at H.R. Jacob's Theatre (NYC - 1894) starring George W. Monroe, Raymond Hitchcock, Eddie Magee, David Swift, Mamie Ryan, Nellie Bland, etc.
68 My Aunt From Utah : "The Uproarious Farce Comedy Success" produced by Gus Hill and Sam Williams at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1916) starring Kate Elinore ("America's Funniest Character Comedienne"), Lawrence Peterson, Josephine Sabel, Whitlock Davis, Waldo Whipple, etc.
68 My Beginning : Book by Reverend Brendan Larnen, O.P. Produced by The Blackfriar's Guild at the Blackfriar's Theatre (NYC - 1962) starring Neil A. Duddy, John Fisher, Robert Milton, Jackie Thomas, Vicki Blankenship, etc. Directed by Elton Ellsworth.
68 My Best Girl : "One of the Funniest Farce Comedies Ever Produced" written by Jay Hunt. Produced by Jay Hunt (No location or date listed) starring Jay Hunt, Lillian De' Alve ("The Peerless Singing and Dancing Soubrette"), Louise A. Bethune, Rose Stark, Charles Paxton, etc.
68 My Big Land : or "Sailor's Silence" by Alexander Galich. Produced by Joseph Papp for the New York Shakespeare Festival at the Public Theater/Susan Stein Shiva Theater (NYC - 1989) starring Filip Yankovsky, Vladimir Mashkov, Yuri Yekimov, etc. Directed by Oleg P. Tabakov.
68 My Boy : "A Play of Today" by Berte Thomas. Produced by A.H. Wood at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1918) starring Effie Shannon and David Powell. Directed by W.H. Gilmore.
68 My Boy Friend : "A New Musical Play" by Jack Lait (Founded on Jack Lait's Character Cartoon, "Gus the Bus"). Music by Con Conrad. Lyrics by Harold Christy and Jack Lait. Produced at the Court Square Theatre (Springfield, MA - No date) starring El Brendel, Flo Bert, Ray Raymond, Gaby Leslie, William Philbrick, Hazel Beamer, etc. Directed by Frank Smithson. Choreographed by Max Scheck.
68 My Children! My Africa! : Book by Athol Fugard. Music by Bobby McFerrin. Produced by SignatureTheatre at The Pershing Square Signature Theatre (NYC - 2012) starring Allie Gallerani, James A. Williams and Stephen Tyrone Williams. Directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson.
68 My Colleen : "The Charming Irish Drama" produced at Brunelle's Third Avenue Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Tony Farrell, Jennie Leland, etc.
68 My Darlin' Aida : "A Musical Play Based on Verdi's 'Aida' " by Charles Friedman. Music by Giuseppe Verdi. Produced by Robert L. Joseph at the Winter Garden Theatre (NYC - 1952) starring Dorothy Sarnoff, Elaine Malbin, William Olvis, Howard Jarratt, Alonzo Bosan, Bette Dubro, Eileen Shauler, etc. Directed by Charles Friedman. Supervised and lighted by Hassard Short. Choreographed by Hanya Holm. Chorus directed by Robert Shaw. Songs include: "My Darlin' Aida," "Love is Trouble," "Me and Lee," "March on for Tennessee," "Homecoming," "When You Grow Up," "I Don't Want You," "Why Aint We Free," etc.
68 My Daughter-In-Law : "A Comedy" by Fabrice Carre and Paul Bilhaud. Produced by Charles Frohman's London Comedians at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1900) starring Herbert Standing, Seymour Hicks, Henry Kemble, Ferdinand Gottschalk (By courtesy of Daniel Frohman), Fannie Brough, Ellaline Terriss, etc.
68 My Daughter, Your Son : "A New Comedy" by Phoebe and Henry Ephron. Produced by David Hocker and Chandler Warren at various theatres (1969 - 70) starring Vivian Vance, Dody Goodman, Robert Alda (Original star of "Guys and Dolls," etc. Father of Alan Alda.), Lee Lawson, George S. Irving, Karen Grassle (Co-star of television's "Little House on the Prairie," etc.), Bill McCutcheon, Don Scardino, etc. Originally directed by Larry Arrick.
68 My Dear Children : "A New Farce" by Catherine Turney and Jerry Horwin. Various productions (1939 - 43) starring John Barrymore, George Reynolds, Tala Birell, Roland Hogue, Lois Hall, Philip Reed, Doris Dudley, Lionel Atwill, etc. Originally produced (1939) by Richard Aldrich (Portrayed by Richard Crenna in the 1968 biopic, "Star") and Richard Myers and directed by Otto L. Preminger.
68 My Dear Public : "A Revusical Story" by Irving Caesar and Charles Gottesfeld. Music and lyrics by Irving Caesar, Sam Lerner and Gerald Marks. Produced by Irving Caesar at various theatres (1942 - 43) starring Willie Howard, Mitzi Green, (Joe) Smith and (Charles) Dale (Neil Simon's inspiration for the comedy team in the play and film, "The Sunshine Boys"), Tamara, Cora Witherspoon, Stanley Jessup, Karl Malden, The Revuers (Betty Condon (Betty Comden), Adolph Green, Judith Tuvim (Judy Holiday), etc.), Hugh Martin, David Burns, Nanette Fabray, Ethel Shutta, Jese White ("The Maytag Repairman"), Al Kelly, Georgia Tapps, Marc Platt, etc. Directed by Joseph Pevney and Edgar MacGregor. Choreographed by Carl Randall, Felicia Sorel and Henry Le Tang. Costumes by Lucinda Ballard. Songs include: "Buy a Song," "Feet on the Sidewalk," "Color Line," "May All Your Children Have Rhythm," "Pipes of Pan-Americana," "Barones Bazooka," etc.
68 My Fair Lady (4 Folders) : Folders 1 and 2. Book and lyrics by Alan J. Lerner (Adapted from George Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion" and the motion picture, "Pygmalion" by Gabriel Pascal). Music by Frederick Loewe. Various productions (1956 - 2009) starring Rex Harrison, Julie Andrews, Stanley Holloway, Robert Coote, Zena Dare, Myles Eason, Marni Nixon (The dubbed singing voice of Deborah Kerr in the film, "The King and I," Natalie Wood in the film, "West Side Story," and "Audrey Hepburn in the film, "My Fair Lady".), Russell Nype, Dorothy Sands, Reginald Gardiner, Michael Rennie, Gaylea Byrne, Reid Shelton (The original "Daddy Warbucks" in "Annie"), Ronald Drake, Caroline Dixon, Richard Chamberlain, Michael Allinson, Dorothy Coulter, Dean Dittmann, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Margot Moser, Cathleen Nesbitt, George Gaynes, Anne Rogers, Alec Clunes, James Hayter, Cheryl Kennedy, Milo O' Shea, Michael Evans, Diane Todd, Edward Mulhare (Star of television's "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir"), Pamela Charles, Melville Cooper, Sally Ann Howes, Brian Aherne, Tony Britton, Caroline Villiers, Peter Baylis, Anna Neagle, Barton Mumaw, Paul Schoeffler, Steven Bogard, Ronald Radd, Ray Milland, Rurik Haralldsson, Peter Meersman, Carol Hook, Lowell King, Lauren Kling, Tom Henry, Ian Richardson, George Rose, Bramwell Fletcher, Fritz Weaver, Inga Swenson, Erik Rhodes James Beard, Craig Timberlake, Dran Seitz, etc. Originally produced (1956) by Herman Levin, directed by Moss Hart and choreographed by Hanya Holm. Costumes by Cecil Beaton. Songs include: "Why Can't the English?," "Wouldn't It Be Loverly". "With a Little Bit of Luck," "The Rain in Spain," "On the Street Where You Live," "Show Me," "I Could Have Danced All Night," "Show Me," "Get Me to the Church on Time," "Without You," "I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face," etc.
69 My Fair Lady (Continued) : Folders 3 and 4. See Box 68 - Folders 1 and 2 for contents of all folders.
69 My Fat Friend : "A New Comedy" by Charles Laurence. Various productions (1972 - 76) starring Kenneth Williams, Jennie Linden, John Harding, Bernard Holley, Lynn Redgrave, George Rose, John Lithgow, James Ray Weeks, Vicki Lawrence (Co- star of "The Carol Burnett Show"), Bob Moak, etc. Originally produced in London (1972) by Michael Codron and directed by Eric Thompson. Originally produced on Broadway (1974) by James Nederlander and directed by Robert Moore.
69 My Favorite Year : Book by Joseph Dougherty (Based on the motion picture, "My Favorite Year" with the story by Dennis Palumbo and screenplay by Norman Steinberg and Dennis Palumbo.) Music by Stephen Flaherty. Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens. Produced at the Ocala Civic Theatre (FL - 2006) starring Todd Colbert, Bruce Clayton, Kendra May, Eric McGraw, Jeff Cole, Bill Duell, etc. Directed and choreographed by Creg Thompson. Songs include: "Larger Than Life". "The Gospel According to King," "Welcome to Brooklyn," "If the World Were Like the Movies," "Exits," "Professional Showbizness Comedy," "My Favorite Year," etc.
69 My Friend From India : "A Farcical Comedy" by H.A. Du Souchet. Various productions (1896 - 1920) starring Frederic Bond, Walter E. Perkins, Charles Arthur, John Finn, Kenyon Bishop, May Vokes, Henry V. Donnelly, William Redmund, Herbert O' Connor, Wilie Collier, Cyril Scott, Lilla Vane, Marie Reynolds, Edith Lyle, James Hudson, etc.
69 My Geraldine : "A Romantic Love Story" by Bartley Campbell. Various productions (No date) starring Louise Muldener, Emily Baker, Emma Skerritt, Lizzie Jeremy, Charles Webster, etc.
69 My Girl : "A Smart New Musical Farce" with book and lyrics by Harlan Thompson. Music by Harry Archer. Produced by Lyle D. Andrews at the Court Square Theatre (Springfield, MA - 1924) starring Jane Taylor, Gertrude Clemens, Russell Mack, Helen Bolton, Manuel Alexander, etc. Directed by Walter Brooks. Songs include: "A Little Place of Your Own," "Rainbow of Jazz," "They Say," "There Was a Time," "You Women!," etc.
69 My Golden Girl : "A Comedy With Music" with book and lyrics by Frederic Arnold Kummer. Music by Victor Herbert (Portrayed by Walter Connelly in the 1939 biopic, "The Great Victor Herbert"). Produced by Harry Wardell at the Wieting Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1920) starring Robert O' Connor, Dorothy Tierney, Victor Morley, Raymond Barret, Ned A. Sparks (Ned Sparks), Edward See, Edna May Ollive (Edna May Oliver), etc. Directed by J. Clifford Brooke. Choreographed by Julian Alfred. Songs include: "The Jazzy-Jaz," "A Little Nest for Two," "My Golden Girl," "A Song Without Many Words," "Ragtime Terpisichore," "What Shall We Do If the Moon Goes Out," etc.
69 My Grandfather's Will : Produced at the Theatre Royal, Dublin (1839). Billed with "A Day in Paris," "Family Jars," "Seventy and Seventeen," Peculiar Position," etc.
69 My Heart's In The Highlands : Book by William Saroyan. Various productions (1939 - 62) starring Philip Loeb (Co-star of radio and television's "The Goldbergs"), Sidney Lumet (Film director of "12 Angry Men," "Serpico," "Network," etc), Art Smith, Hester Sondergaard (Sister of Gale Sondergaard), Nicholas Conte (Richard Conte), Peter Leeds, Harry Bratsburg, Jackie Ayers, Studs Terkel (1985 Pulitzer Prize wining author of "The Good War"), Jimmy Kahn, Dan Bly, Paul Stevens, Richard Case, "Butch" Cavell, Milton Selzer, Joseph Keating, etc. Originally produced (1939) by The Group Theatre and directed by Robert Lewis.
69 My Home Town Girl : Book and lyrics by Frank M. Stammers. Music by Louis A. Hirsch. Produced by Perry J. Kelly at various theatres (1915 - 16) starring John Hyams, Leila McIntyre, Charles Horne, Maud Beatty, Doris Vernon, Ruby Earl, Arthur Bowes, Mabel Bishop, etc. Directed by Frank M. Stammers. Songs include: "When I Found You," "There Are Thousands of Girlies," "Love Me in the Morning Early," "Ode to Victrola," "I'll Take You To Your Home Town," etc.
69 My Innocent Boy : "Comedy" by George R. Sims. Produced at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1899) starring Otis Harlen, Joseph Allen, Frank Doane, Bert Young, Ada Deaves, etc.
69 My Lady Clara : "Comedy" by T.W. Robertson. Produced at Selwyn's Theatre (Boston - No date) starring Thomas Barry, C.H. Vandenhoff, Frederic Robinson, Stuart Robson, Kittie Blanchard, etc.
69 My Lady Dainty : "A New Play" by Madeline Lucette Ryley. Produced in 1900 (No location listed) starring Herbert Kelcey, Effie Shannon, Verner Clarges, William Boag, Willie Fink, Isabel Waldron, etc.
69 My Lady Friends : "A Farcical Comedy" produced by The Frank Wilcox Company at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1927) starring Dorothy Bicknell, Dorothy Holmes, Hal Brown, Frank Wilcox, Catherine Sahannon, etc. Directed by Warren Wade.
69 My Lady Molly : "The Musical Comedy" produced by Charles Frohman at Daly's Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Vesta Tilley, Sidney Deane, Luke Martin, Alice Judson, Oriska Worden, Belle Robinson, Arthur Rice, etc.
69 My Lady Peggy Goes To Town : Book by Frances Aymar Mathews. Produced at Daly's Theatre (NYC - 1903) starring Cecil Spooner, Edward Locke, Walter Hale, Mortimer Weldon, Edward C. Rooney, Marion Miller, etc.
69 My Lady's Dress : Book by Edward Knoblauch. Produced by Joseph Brooks at The Playhouse (NYC - 1914) starring Leon Quartermaine, Mary Boland, Eric Snowdon, Ina Rorke, Fuller Mellish, Helen Fox, etc. Directed by Frank Vernon.
69 My Lady's Lord : "A Whimsical Romance" by H.V. Esmond. Produced by Charles Frohman's Empire Theatre Company at the Broad Street Theatre (NYC - 1899) starring William Faversham, Joseph Wheelock, Jr., Guy Standing, Sidney Herbert, E.Y. Backus, etc. Directed by Joseph Humphreys.
69 M' Liss : "The Thrilling, Romantic Drama Depicting Scenes in the Wild West" by Bret Harte. Various productions (1880 - 1900) starring Ralph Delmore, Frank Dayton, James Cooper, H.B. Barnum, Ida Rock, Nellie McHenry, Annie Pixley, Joseph Brennan, Mary Shaw, William Seymour, John E. McDonough, Lillian Reeder, Edith Julian, Frederick Julian, etc.
69 My Lord In Livery : "A Farce in One Act" by S. Theyre Smith. Produced on Long Island, New York (No specific location or date listed) starring Rolfe Floyd, Peter B. Olney, Jr., Edward Mills, Nathalie Slocum, etc. Billed with "A Reverie" Tableaux "posed by Mr. Richard C. Greenleaf, Jr.
69 My Love To Your Wife : "World Premiere" by Brian J. McFadden. Music and lyrics by John Franceschina. Conceived by Neal Kenyon. Produced at the Asolo State Theatre at the Ringling Museum (Sarasota, FL - 1977) starring Joseph Reed, William Leach, Howard A. Branch, Jr., Arthur Hanket, Molly DePree, etc. Directed by Neil Kenyon and Jim Hoskins.
69 M' Man! : Book by Jean Germain. Produced at Theatre du Grand Guignol (Paris - 1902) starring Mlle. Merian, Jane Fontaine and M. Ratineau.
69 My Maryland : "A Musical Romance" with book and lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly (Portrayed by Merle Oberon in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart".). Music by Sigmund Romberg (Portrayed by Jose Ferrer in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart".). Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at various theatres (1928) starring Berta Donn, Warren Hull, Marion Ballou, James Ellis, Nathaniel Wagner, Wallace Mattice, etc. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Choreographed by Jack Mason. Songs include: "Mr. Cupid," "Your Land and My Land," "The Mocking Bird," "The Same Silver Moon," "Strawberry Moon," etc.
69 My Milliner's Bill : "The Immensely Successful Duologue" by G. W. Godfrey. Music by Walter Austin. Lyrics by F.C. Burnand. Produced in London (No specific location or date listed ) starring Arthur Cecil and Mrs. John Wood.
69 My Mother, My Father And Me : "A Comedy" by Lillian Hellman (Based on the book, "How Much?" by Burt Blechman). Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden at various theatres (1963) starring Ruth Gordon, Walter Matthau, Lili Darvas, Barbara Mostel, Tom Pedi, Henry Gibson (Co-star of television's "Laugh-In"), Avril Gentles, Mark Lenard, etc. Directed by Gower Champion.
69 My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish And I'm In Therapy : "One Part Lasagna, One Part Kreplach and Two Parts Prozac" by Steve Solomon. Produced at the Marines Memorial Theatre (San Francisco - 2007) starring Steve Solomon in a one-man show.
69 My Mother's Rosary : "A New Play" by Edward E. Rose. Produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1916) starring L.E. Walter, Terese Loraine, Maxine Alton, Charles Hart, Nancy Chapin, etc.
69 My Name Is Aquilon : Book by Philip Barry (Adapted from "L' Empereur de Chine" by Jean Pierre Aumont). Produced by The Theatre Guild at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1949) starring Jean Pierre Aumont, Lilli Palmer (Wife of Rex Harrison), Arlene Francis (Regular panelist on the television game show, "What's My Line?". Wife of Martin Gabel), Phyllis Kirk ("Nora Charles" on television's "The Thin Man"), Doe Avedon, etc. Directed by Robert B. Sinclair.
69 My Name Is Asher Lev : "A New Play" by Aaron Posner (Adapted from the novel by Chaim Potok). Produced at the Westside Theatre (Upstairs - NYC - 2012) starring Ari Brand, Mark Nelson and Jenny Bacon. Directed by Gordon Edelstein.
69 My Official Wife : Book by Archibald Clavering Gunter (From the popular novel). Produced by Frank W. Sanger's Company at the Hyperion Theatre (New Haven - 1893) starring William F. Owen, R. Paton Gibbs, Albert Roberts, Alsop Burton, Effie Germon, Viola Deacon, Alice Pixley, Minnie Seligman Cutting, etc.
69 My Old Dutch : "The World's Love Story" by Arthur Shirley and Albert Chevalier. Music by H. Sullivan Brooke. Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (London - c. 1920) starring Albert Chevalier, Charles Fawcett, Wilton Cole, Elsie Seaton, Daisy Meynard, Alice Bowes, etc. Directed by H.K. Browne and Frederick Melville.
69 My One And Only : "The New Gershwin Musical" by Peter Stone and Timothy S. Mayer. Music by George Gershwin. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Produced at various theatres (1983 - 86) starring Twiggy, Tommy Tune, Charles "Honi" Coles, Bruce McGill, Denny Dillon, Paul Richards, Roscoe Lee Browne, Lucie Arnaz (Daughter of Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball), Glenn Turner, Tiger Haynes, etc. Directed and choreographed by Thommie Walsh and Tommy Tune. Songs include: "He Loves and She Loves," "I Can't Be Bothered Now," "'S Wonderful," "Strike Up the Band," "Nice Work if You Can Get It," "My One and Only," "Funny Face," "Kickin' the Clouds Away," "How Long Has This Been Going On?', etc.
69 My Partner : "New Great American Play" by Bartley Campbell. Various productions (1879 - 99) starring Louis Aldrich, C.T. Parsloe, Frank Mordaunt, May Ulmer, Charles T. Parsloe, William Redmund, Henry V. Donnelly, Hannah May Ingham, etc.
69 My Princess : "A Modern Operetta" with book and lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly (Portrayed by Merle Oberon in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart"). Music by Sigmund Romberg (Portrayed by Jose Ferrer in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart"). This production is based on a play by Edward A. Sheldon and Dorothy Donnnelly. Produced by Alfred E. Aarons at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (Boston - No date) starring Leo Stark, Beulah Bondi, Donald Meek, Robert Woolsey (Of the comedy team, "Wheeler and Woolsey"), Vernon Kelso, Frank Parker (Co -star of the Arthur Godfrey radio and television shows), Granville Bates, etc. Directed by Sam Forrest. Choreographed by Dave Bennett. Songs include: "Nobody Rings the Telephone," "My Mimosa,","Kiss the Bride," "I Wonder Why," etc.
69 My Romance : "A New Musical Play" with book and lyrics by Rowland Leigh (adapted from Edward Sheldon's play, "Romance"). Music by Sigmund Romberg (Portrayed by Jose Ferrer in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart") and Denes Agay. Additional music by Philip Redowski. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at various theatres (1948) starring Anne Jeffreys (Wife of Robert Sterling), Charles Fredericks, Robert Eckles, Melville Ruick, Hazel Dawn, Jr., Hildegarde Halliday, Barbara Patton, Rex Evans, etc. Choreographed by Myra Kinch. Songs include: "Fancy Free," "Souvenirs," "Romance," "The Vision," "Written in Your Hand," "Bella Donna," etc.
69 My Sister Eileen : "A New Play" by Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov (Based on the stories by Ruth McKenney). Various productions (1941 - 58) starring Shirley Booth, Joseph Buloff, Peggy Knudsen, Max Showalter, Sheila Trent, Herbert Rissman, Betty Furness, Georgette Leslie, Russell Hardie, King Donovan (Husband of Imogene Coca), King Calder, Frank Wilcox, Patsy Kelly, Kay Westfall, Morris Carnovsky, Jo Ann Sayers, Roy Roberts, Philip Loeb (Co - star of radio and television's "The Goldbergs"), Audrey Christie, Jack Arnold, Audrey Totter, Effie Afton, Marcy Wescott, Dorothy Littlejohn, Barbara Touliatos, Donna Alexander, Martha Bundy, Doris Medd, Charles Lee, etc. Originally produced (1941) by Max Gordon and directed by George S. Kaufman. Dance sequence staged by Paul Seymour.
69 My Son : "A Play About the Portuguese and New Englanders of Cape Cod" by Martha Stanley. Produced by Gustav Blum at the Bayes Theatre (NYC - 19250 starring Irving Rapper, Ruth Dodge, Sarah Truax, Margaret Shackelford, Claude Cooper, Eve Kohl, etc. Directed by Gustav Blum.
69 My Son Ben : "A Lovely Romance of the Granite Hills" by David Lowry. Produced at the Lafayette Square Opera House (No location listed - 1899) starring John Jack, Augustus Halbach, Everett King, Pickering Brown, Wilson Deal, C.B. Craig, etc.
69 My Sweet Charlie : Book by David Westheimer (Adapted from his novel). Produced by Bob Banner at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1966) starring Louis Gossett, Bonnie Bedelia, John Randolph, Sarah Cunningham, David Tabor, etc. Directed by Howard Da Silva.
69 My Sweetheart : "Successful Musical Comedy Drama" by Clay M. Greene (Adapted from the work of William Gill). Produced at the Grand Opera House (Chicago - 1885) starring Minnie Palmer, R. E. Graham, Charles Arnold, Augustus Cook, Mattie Earle, Mary Davenport, etc.
69 My Thing Of Love : Book by Alexandra Gersten. Produced by Barry and Fran Weissler at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1995) starring Laurie Metcalf, Tom Irwin, Jane Fleiss, Mark Blum, etc. Directed by Michael Maggio.
69 My Third Eye : "An Expedition" created by The O' Neill Center's The National Theatre of the Deaf at the Goodman Theatre (NYC - No date) directed by Remy Charlip, Joe Chaikin, Bernard Bragg, J Ranelli and Joe Layton.
69 My Three Angels : Book by Sam and Bella Spewack (Based on "La Cuisine des Anges" by Albert Husson). Various productions (1953 - 74) starring Walter Slezak, Jerome Cowan, Carmen Mathews, Henry Daniell, Joan Chandler, Darren McGavin, Eric Fleming (Co-star of television's "Rawhide"), Robert Carroll, Royal Beal, Paul Lipson, Carl Betz (Co - star of television's "The Donna Reed Show," etc.), Byron Foulger, Peter Donat (Nephew of Robert Donat), John Carradine, Henry Oliver, Lou Schilling, Lisa Martin, Bob Stacy, Dennis King, James Broderick (Father of Matthew Broderick), Noel Leslie, Karl Janssen, Mary Nichols, Harry Wintsch, Winifred Daniell, Louis Gerard, Nancy Cushman, Peter Shama, Marjorie Ranahan, John E. Hezlitt, Earl F. Gibson, etc. Originally produced (1953) by Saint-Subber, Rita Allen and Archie Thomson and directed by Jose Ferrer with costumes by Lucinda Ballard.
69 My Wife : "A Comedy" by Michael Morton (Adapted from the French of Messrs. Gavault and Charnay). Various productions (1908 - 10) starring John Drew, F. Gottschalk, Axel Brunn, Billie Burke (Wife of Florenz Ziegfeld), Dorothy Tennant, Hope Latham, May Galyer, William P. Carleton, Donald Meek, Bert Young, etc. Originally produced (1908) by Charles Frohman and directed by William Seymour.
69 My Wife's Dentist : "The Petite Farce" produced at the Star Theatre (NYC - 1892) starring E.S. Willard ("The Eminent English Actor"), Royce Carleton, Harry Barfoot, Maxine Ellioit, etc. Billed with "A Fool's Paradise"
69 My Wife's Husband : "A Veritable Whirlwind of Musical Comedy" by Bert Baker. Music by Edward Moorbach, George A. Clark and Russ E. Smith. Produced at various theatres (1914 - 15) starring Bert Baker, The Bon Ton Girls, Charles Raymond, Midgie Miller, Babe La Tour, Micky Feeley, etc. Directed by John G. Jermon and Bert Baker. Choreographed by Victor Hyde and Virgil Bennett. Songs include: "Girl in Maryland," "Plant All Your Roses Without Any Thorns," "Girlie Leads a College Football Team," "Down on the Bowery', "Little Bunch of Shamrocks," etc.
69 My Wife's Mother : "A Comedy" produced at Theatre Royal, Haymarket (London - 1833). Billed with "Belles Have at Ye All," "Love Laughs at Locksmiths," etc.
69 Myles Aroon : "An Original Irish Comedy Drama" by George H. Jessop and Horace Townsend. Produced at various theatres (c. 1889) starring W. J. Scanlon ("Representative Irish Comedian"), Charles Mason, Thaddeus Shine, Albert Morrell, Stella Maris, Gertie Boswell, etc. Songs include: "Moonlight in Killarney," "My Maggie," "Peek-A-Boo," etc.
69 Mysteries And What's So Funny? : Book by David Gordon (Inspired by the life of Marcel Duchamp). Music by Philip Glass. Produced at the Spoleto Festival U.S.A. (Charleston, SC - 1991) starring Alice Playten, Valda Setterfield, Ralph Williams, Lola Pashalinski, etc. Directed by David Gordon
69 Mysterious Mr. Bugle, The : "A New Farce" by Madeleine Lucette Ryley. Produced by Daniel Frohman at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1897) starring Annie Russell, Joseph Holland, Grace Fisher, Guy Standing, Edgar Norton, Charles Peckham, etc. Directed by Madeleine Lucette Ryley.
69 Mystery Loves Company : "87th Annual Deduction" by Mark Mancini and Stephen De Baun. Music by Roy Straigis. Lyrics by Stephen De Baun. Produced by The Mask and Wig Club of the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia - 1975) starring Dave Aptaker, Arnold Weitzman, Mitch Schoch, Gary Finlan, etc. Directed by Sherlock Montgomery. Choreographed by Robert Wilson and Bruce Montgomery. Songs include: "Ten Little Clues to You," "I Wanna Be Fat," "Some of My Best Friends are Freaks," "The Butler Didn't Do It," "It's Hot in Gstaad," etc.
69 Mystery Of Audley Court, The : "An Entirely New Play" by John Brougham (Founded on Miss Braddon's Popular Novel of "Lady Audley's Secret"). Produced at the New Chestnut Street Theatre (Philadelphia - 1863) starring D. P. Bowers, L.P. Barrett, Charles Wheatleigh, T. Hind, etc.
69 Mystery Of Edwin Drood, The : or "Drood" with book, music and lyrics by Rupert Holmes ("The Pina Colada Song"). Based on the unfinished work of Charles Dickens. Various productions (1985 - 2012) starring George Rose, Howard McGillin, Betty Buckley (Co-star of television's "Eight is Enough"), Cleo Laine, Stephen Glavin, Judy Kuhn, Karen Morrow (Co-star of television's "The Jim Nabors Hour," etc.), Terry Lester, Holly Hughes, Terry Newberry, Rigtje Passchier, George Spelvin, Jason Gillman, Jim Norton, Nick Corley, Will Chase, Stephanie Block, Janine Divita, Jesse Mueller, Gregg Edelman, Andy Karl, Chita Rivera, Robert Creighton, Peter Benson, Nick Corley, etc. Originally produced (1985) by Joseph Papp, directed by Wilford Leach and choreographed by Graciela Daniele. Songs include: "There You Are," "Moonfall," "A British Subject," "I Wouldn't Say No," "No Good Can Come From Bad," "The Garden Path to Hell," etc.
69 Mystery Of Irma Vep, The : "A Penny Dreadful" by Charles Ludlam. Various productions (1988 - 98) starring Bette P. L'Tarter, Brick Hartney, Caryn Brithe, Peter Bartlett, Bart Relette, Ari Ben Crych, Everett Quinton and Stephen DeRosa.
69 Mystic Minute, The : "A Condensed Distortion of 'The Witching Hour' " by Glen MacDonough starring Maclyn Arbuckle, Denman Maley, John E. Kellard, Dustin Farnum, etc. No date or location listed.
69 Nabobs, The : "Latest Comedy Success" starring Blanche Henshaw, May Ten Broeck, Press Eldridge, George H. Carr, Capitola Forrest, Minnie Blande, etc. Produced at the Grand Opera House (Boston - No date). Songs include: "Tally Ho," "From the Shah," "Listen to the Patter," "To Meet the Nabobs," etc.
69 Nadjy : "Comic Opera" by Alfred Murray. Music by Francois Chassaigne. Produced by Rudolph Aronson's Comic Opera Company at the Casino (NYC - 1888) starring Pauline Hall, Francis Wilson, Charles Plunkett, Madge York, Jennie Weathersby, etc.
69 Naiad Queen, The : "Fairy Opera" produced at various theatres (1856 - 74) starring Anna Cruise, Adeline Lonsdale, Owen Fawcett, Effie Germon, J.D. Grace, G. W. Marsh, Mary Marsh, Effie Lane, etc.
69 Naked Boys Singing! : "A New Musical Review" by Stephen Bates, Marie Cain, Perry Hart, Shelly Markham, Jim Morgan, David Pevsner, Rayme Sciaroni, Mark Savage, Ben Schaechter, Robert Schrock, Trance Thompson, Bruce Vilanch and Mark Winkler. Produced at The Actor's Playhouse (NYC - 1999) starring Glenn Seven Allen, Jonathan Brody, Tim Burke, Ralph Cole, Jr., Tom Gualtieri, Patrik Herwood, Daniel C. Levine, Sean McNally, Trevor Richardson, Dennis Stowe and Trance Thompson. Conceived and directed by Robert Schrock. Choreographed by Jeffry Denman. Songs include: "Gratuitous Nudity." "The Naked Maid," "Bliss," "Window to Window," "Robert Mitchum," "Perky Little Porn Star," "Nothin' But the Radio On," "Muscle Addiction," "The Entertainer," "Window to the Soul," "Naked Boys Singing!" etc.
69 Naked Genius, The : "A New Comedy" by Gypsy Rose Lee (Portrayed in the play and film, "Gypsy"). Produced by Michael Todd at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1943) starring Joan Blondell (Wife of Michael Todd), Pauline Myers, Millard Mitchell (Co-star of "Singin' in the Rain," etc. on film), Byron Russell, Georgia Sothern, Rex O' Malley, etc. Directed by George S. Kaufman.
69 Naked To Mine Enemies : "World Premiere" by Charles W. Ferguson (Based on his book by the same name). Produced at the Kalita Humphreys Theater of the Dallas Theater Center (TX - 1961) starring David Pursley, Buddy Smith, Preston Jones, Wilda Snow, Ken Latimer, etc. Directed by Warren Hammack in association with Paul Baker.
69 Naked Truth, The : "A New Farcical Comedy' by George Paston and W.B. Maxwell. Various productions (c. 1910) starring Charles Hawtrey, Arthur Playfair, Holman Clark, Ernest Thesiger ("Dr. Pretorious" in the film, "The Bride of Frankenstein"), Clare Greet, Henry E. Dixey, Herbert Standing, Ruth Shepley, Isabel West, Lillian Dix, etc.
69 Names In Bronze : Book by Edward Reveaux. Produced by the Yale University School of the Fine Arts/The Department of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1934) starring Richard Humphreys, Margaret Hazlewood, Richard Kollmar (Famed theatre actor, producer and director. Husband of newspaper columnist, Dorothy Killgallen.), James Furness, Henry Boettcher, etc. Directed by Constance Welch and Charles Monroe.
69 Nan : Book by John Masefield. Produced at the Royal Court Theatre (London - 1913) starring Hilda Sims, Isabel Beresford, Lewis Casson, Lionel Briggs, etc. Directed by Lewis Casson.
69 Nan, The Good-For-Nothing : "Comic Drama" by J.B. Buckstone. Produced at various theatres (1886 - 90) starring Rosina Vokes, Brandon Thomas, Weedon Grossmith, Fred W. Sidney, Leighton Baker, Walter Thomas, etc.
69 Nance Oldfield : "A Comedietta" by Charles Reade. Produced at the Hyperion Theatre (New Haven - 1900) starring Henry Irving, Ellen Terry, Brenda Gibson, etc. Billed with "The Bells" by Erckmann-Chatrian (Adapted by Leopold Lewis from "The Polish Jew").
69 Nancy And Company : "A New Farcical Piece" by Augustin Daly (Adapted and Augmented from the German of Julius Rosen). Various productions (1886 - 90) starring James Lewis, John Drew, Otis Skinner, John Wood, May Irwin (Performed the first motion picture screen kiss, with John Rice, in the 1896 film, "The Kiss"), Ada Rehan, Frank Carlyle, Harry Hotto, Lily Vinton, Carrie Turner, Adele Waters, Carrie Jamison, etc.
69 Nancy Brown : "A New Musical Comedy" by George H. Broadhurst and Frederick Rankin. Music by Silvio S. Heim. Various productions (1903 - 04) starring Marie Cahill, Edwin Stevens, Harry Luckstone, George Beban, Henry Vogel, Anna Buckley, Roy Atwell, Clara Palmer, Mary Barble, Ben Lodge, Frank Craven (Famous as the "Stage Manager" in "Our Town" on stage and film), etc.
69 Nancy Lee : Book by Eugene Walter and H. Crownin Wilson. Produced by The Estate of Henry B. Harris at the Hudson Theatre (NYC - 1918) starring Charlotte Walker, Ralph Kellard, Lewis Stone ("Judge Hardy" in the "Andy Hardy" film series), Marie Pettes, Blanche Moulton, David Adler, etc.
69 Nancy's Private Affair : "The Smartest Comedy of the Season" by Myron C. Fagan. Various productions (1930) starring Minna Gombell, Beatrice Terry, Stanly (Stanley) Ridges, Mary Wall, Gavin Muir, Lester Vail, Grace Denning, Warren Parker, Eric Clavering, etc. Originally produced (1930) and directed by Myron C. Fagan.
69 Napoleon : Book by B. Harrison Orkow. Produced by James W. Elliott at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring Lionel Atwill (As "Napoleon"), Marie Paxton, Herbert Standing, Selena Royle, Lionel Bevans, Robert Bentley, etc. Directed by Robert Milton and Frank Merlin.
69 Napoleon Buonaparte : Produced at the Theatre Royal, Dublin (1836 - 37). Billed with "The Waterman," "La Sonnambula," "The Married Rake," etc.
69 Narrow Road To The Deep North : Book by Edward Bond. Produced by The Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center at the Vivian Beaumont Theater (NYC - 1972) starring Robert Symonds, Seth Allen, James Tolkan, Cleavon Little (Co-star of the film, "Blazing Saddles"), Philip Bosco, Richard Kline, etc. Directed by Dan Sullivan.
69 Nash At Nine : "A Wordsical" with verses and lyrics by Ogden Nash. Music by Milton Rosenstock. Produced at the Helen Hayes Theatre (NYC - 1973) starring E.G. Marshall, Steve Elmore, Bill Gerber, Virginia Vestoff and Richie Schechtman. Conceived and directed by Martin Charnin.
69 Nasty Rumors And Final Remarks : Book by Susan Miller. Produced by The St. Nicholas Theater Company (Chicago - 1981) starring Mike Genovese, Kit Flanagan, Terry Bozeman, Virginia Morris, Lissa Bell, Peter Wittrock And Jayne Alexander. Directed by Elinor Renfield.
69 Nathan Hale : "An Original Four-Act Play" by Clyde Fitch. Produced at various theatres (1899) starring N.C. Goodwin, Maxine Elliott, William Ingersoll, Richard Sterling, Frank Mayne, Charles Budd, Estelle Mortimer, Hattie Russell, etc. Directed by George J. Appleton.
69 Nathan The Wise : Book by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing. Various adaptations and productions (1899 - 1954) starring Fritz Hitzigrath, Lucie Werner, Ada Merito, Sonnenthal, Herbert Berghof, Olive Deering, Bettina Cerf, Alfred Ryder, Clarence Derwent, Rand Elliot, Hiram Sherman, Joseph Gistirak, George Ebiling, etc.
69 National Anthem, The : Book by J. Hartley Manners. Produced by J. Hartley Manners at Henry Miller's Theatre (NYC - 1922) starring Laurette Taylor, Lillian Kemble Cooper, Greta Kemble Cooper (Sister of Lillian Kemble Cooper), Ralph Morgan (Brother of Frank Morgan), Paul Porcasi, etc. Directed by J. Hartley Manners.
69 National Health : or "Nurse Norton's Affair" by Peter Nichols. Various productions (1972 - 77) staring Ronald Bishop, Mike Nussbaum, Frank Galati, William Munchow, James O' Reilly, Ian MacKenzie, Moira Redmond, Gary Bond, June Barrie, Leonardo Cimino, Robert Prosky, Paula Desmond, Christine Estabrook, etc. Originally produced (1972) and directed by William Pullinsi.
69 Native Son : Book by Paul Green and Richard Wright (From the novel of the same name by Richard Wright). Various productions (1941 - 78) starring Canada Lee, Bram Nossen, Frances Bavier ("Aunt Bee" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show"), John Ireland, Helen Martin, Rena Mitchell, C.M. Bootsie Davis, Evelyn Ellis, Patricia Palmer, John Berry, John Randolph, Ray Collins, Everett Sloane, Erskine Sanford, Paul Stewart, Anne Burr, Philip Bourneuf, Meshach Taylor, Eric McGill, Mike Genovese, Paul Butler, Mike Nussbaum, Melva Williams, etc. Originally produced (1941) by Orson Welles and John Houseman (Star of "The Paper Chase" on film and television, etc.) in association with Bern Bernard and the Mercury Theatre Company and directed by Orson Welles.
69 Natural Affection : Book by William Inge. Produced by Oliver Smith in association with Manuel Seff at The Booth Theatre (NYC - 1963) starring Kim Stanley, Harry Guardino, Tom Bosley (Star of "Fiorello" on stage. Co-star of "Happy Days," etc. on television), Monica May, Bonnie Bartlett (Wife of William Daniels), Robert Baines, etc. Directed by Tony Richardson (Husband of Vanessa Redgrave. Father of Natasha Richardson and Joely Richardson.).
69 Natural Look, The : "A Comedy" by Lee Thuna. Produced by Helen Harvey at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Brenda Vaccaro, Gene Hackman, Jerry Orbach, Ethel Griffies, Doris Roberts (Co-star of television' s "Everybody Loves Raymond"), Dolph Sweet (Co-star of television's "Gimme A Break"), Zohra Lampert (Most famous as the wife of Warren Beatty in the final scene of the film, "Splendor in the Grass"), etc. Directed by Martin Fried.
69 Natural Gas : "Constructed for Laughing Purposes Only" by H. Grattan Donnelly. Produced at various theatres (1888 - 90) starring Henry V. Donnelly, Edward Girard, Mark Sullivan, Hubert Sackett, Jennie Satterlee, Rachel Booth, Mayme Kelso, Lillian Barr, John D. Gilbert, Amy Ames, May Yohe, etc. Directed by John H. Russell.
69 Nature's Way : "A New Comedy" by Herman Wouk (Author of "The Caine Mutiny," "The Winds of War," "War and Remembrance," etc.). Various productions (1957 - 60) starring Orson Bean (Regular panelist on the television game show, "To Tell The Truth"), Betsy von Furstenberg, Audrey Christie, Scott McKay, Godfrey M. Cambridge (Famed stand-up comedian), Beatrice Arthur (Star of Television's "Maude," The Golden Girls," etc. Wife of Gene Saks), Joe Silver, Sorrell Booke (Co-star of television's "The Dukes of Hazzard"), Barry Newman (Star of television's "Petrocelli"), Gerald Richards, Jane Groves, William Houser, etc. Originally produced (1957) and directed by Alfred de Liagre, Jr.
70 Naughty Anthony : "New Farcical Comedy" by David Belasco. Produced by David Belasco at the Herald Square Theatre (NYC - 1900) starring Frank Worthing, William J. LeMoyne, William Elton, Claude Gillingwater, Fanny Young, Maude Harrison, Blanche Bates, etc. Directed by David Belasco.
70 Naughty Cinderella : "A Romantic Song-Farce" by Avery Hopwood (Far from the French of Rene Peter and Henri Falk). Various productions (1925 - 27) starring Irene Bordini, Henry Kendall, Orlando Daly, Nat Pendleton, Alfred Ilma, Frank Wilcox, Dorothy Holmes, Irene Shirley, etc. Songs include: "Do I Love You?," "That Means Nothing to Me," "Mia Luna," etc.
70 Naughty Marietta : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection - See "Opera and Operetta Programs".
70 Naughty-Naught : "A Musical Drama of Life at Yale" by John Van Antwerp. Music by Richard Lewine. Lyrics by Ted Fetter. Produced by John and Jerrold Krimsky at the American Music Hall (NYC - 1900) starring Alexander Clark, Percy Helton, Bartlett Robinson, Leslie Litomy, Isham Keith, Kermit Love, etc. Choreographed by Morgan Lewis. Songs include: "Goodbye, Girls; Hello Yale," "Love Makes the World Go Round," "Zim Zam Zee," "Pull the Boat for Eli," "Coney By the Sea," etc.
70 Naughty Nifties : "An Oldtime Burlesque" produced by Frederick Burleigh at The Playhouse (Pittsburgh, PA - 1964) starring Bert Carr, Gene Ray, Bernie Engle, Vic Mangan, Josie Tutsie, etc. Directed by Bert Carr and Bill Glennon. Choreographed by Duncan Noble. Songs include: "Humoresque," "Hard Hearted Hannah," "South of the Border," etc.
70 Naughty Riquette : "New Musical Play" with book and lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Music by Oscar Strauss. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at various theatres (1925 - 27) starring Mitzi (Hajos), Stanley Lupino (Father of Ida Lupino), Walter Armin, Joseph Spree, Audrey Maple, Mary Marlowe, Directed by J.J. Shubert and Fred G. Latham. Choreographed by Seymour Felix. Songs include: "Somehow I'd Rather Be Good," "Plant Roses in Memory's Garden," "In Armenia," "What Great Men Cannot Do," "Alcazar," etc.
70 Naughty Wife, The : "A New Farce" by Fred Jackson. Produced by Selwyn and Company at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1918) starring Blanche Yurka, William Bittner, Charles Mather, Charles Cherry, Francis Byrne, Etehl Intropodi, Beverly West and J. Harry Irvine. Directed by Edgar Selwyn.
70 Navigators, The : "A Spectacular Musical Comedy" by Frank Weisberg. Produced at Miner's Eighth Avenue Theatre (NYC - 1909) starring Abe Reynolds, Dave Ferguson, George Perry, Dave Yoder, Lee White, Minnie Young, Beth Weidman, etc. Billed with "Miss New York, Jr".
70 Nearly A Hero : "The Farce with Music" by H.B. Smith. Produced by Sam S. and Lee Shubert at The Casino (NYC - 1908) starring Sam Bernard, Sam Edwards, Edgar Norton, Ada Lewis, Elizabeth Brice, Rose Winter, Jeannette Horton, etc. Directed by George Marion and J.C. Huffman. Choreographed by William Rock. Songs include: "After Office Hours," "Sahara Girl," "I'm So Particular," "The Queen of Belle Parie," etc.
70 Nearly Married : "A Farce" by Edgar Selwyn. Various productions (1913 - 17) starring Bruce McRae, Harry Loraine, Delmar E. Clark, John Westley, Jane Grey, Virginia Pearson, Mabel Acker, Harrison Ford, Albert Sackett, Beulah Watson, Lillian Keller, Stuart Fox, Ralph Murphy, Fred Pellegrini, Theodore Friebus, Alfred Lunt, Robert Capron, Theda Taylor, Minna Gombel, etc. Originally produced (1913) by Cohan and Harris and directed by Edgar Selwyn.
70 Ned And Jack : "A New Play" by Sheldon Rosen. Produced by Ken Marsolais and Martin Markinson at The Little Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Peter Michael Goetz, John Vickery, Barbara Sohmers and Sean Griffin. Directed by Colleen Dewhurst (wife of George C. Scott).
70 Ned McCobb's Daughter : Book by Sidney Howard. Produced by The Theatre Guild Acting Company at various theatres (1926 - 27) starring Alfred Lunt, Clare Eames, Philip Loeb (Co-star of the radio and television program, "The Goldbergs"), Morris Carnovsky, Dudley Digges, Earle Larimore, Edward G. Robinson, etc. Directed by Phillip Moeller.
70 Ned Wayburn's Gambols : "Revue" with sketches by Morrie Ryskind, Lew Hearn, Roger Gray, etc. Music by Walter G. Samuels, Arthur Schwartz and Lew Kesler. Lyrics by Morrie Ryskind and Clifford Grey. Produced by Ned Wayburn at the Garrick Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring Charles Irwin, Jack Randall, Grace Bowman, Helen Koster, William Holbrook, The Promenaders, Libby Holman, Ann Pritchard, Fuzzy Knight, etc. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Songs include: "Mothers O' Men," "Indian Prayer," "What is the Good?," "In the Days Gone By," "The Sun Will Shine," "I Bring My Boys Along," "Sweet Old Fashioned Waltz," etc.
70 Needful : "Comedy" by H.T. Craven. Produced at Selwyn's Theatre (Boston - No date) starring Frederic Robinson, W.J. LeMoyne, C.H. Vandenhoff, Stuart Robson, Eva Brent, etc.
70 Needle And Pins : "Holiday Comedy" by Augustin Daly (From the German of Rosen). Produced Augustin Daly's Company at the New Haven Opera House (1882) starring James Lewis, Charles Fisher, Clement Bainbridge, John Drew, George Vandenhoff, Ada Rehan, Carrie Hapgood, etc.
70 Neighbors: An East River Anthology : "The Pro-Life Rock Musical" by "A More Perfect Union". Music by "A More Perfect Union". Lyrics by Carl Esser. Produced by Lewis Futterman and Leon Mirell at the MacLoren Playhouse (West Hollywood, CA - c. 1970) starring Carl Esser, Iram Jean Routen, Jeannine McCullough, Jimmy Brown, Peter Phillips, Skip Crumby and Steve Beckmeier. Songs include: "Open Eye," "Plant a Seed," "I Brought My Harp," "Please Don't Tell Me," etc.
70 Nekrassov : Book by Jean-Paul Sartre (Translated by Sylvia and George Leeson). Produced by the English Stage Company at the Royal Court Theatre (London - 1957) starring Roddy McMillan, Anna Steele, George Benson, Ronald Barker, Anthony Creighton, John Wood, etc. Directed by Michael Hallifax.
70 Nell Gwynne : Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (Rochester, NY - 1901) starring William H. Pascoe, Tully Marshall, John Fenton, Helen Mar Wilcox, etc.
70 Nellie, The Beautiful Cloak Model : "A Triumph of Virtue Over Sin" by Owen Davis. Produced at the Lyric Theatre (Philadelphia - 1931) starring Edward Potter, Warner Hall, Alfred Rowe, Frances Torchiana, Helen Craig, etc. Directed by Jasper Deeter.
70 Neptune's Daughter : "A Romantic Operatic Extravaganza" with book and lyrics by Manuel Klein and Edward P. Temple (Original scenario by H.L. Bowdoin) starring J. Parker Coombs, Rose La Harte, John G. Sparks, Harry Dale, Albertine Glennon, Margaret Townsend, W.H. Clarke, etc. Music by Manuel Klein. Water effects invented by H.L. Bowdoin. Directed by Edward P. Temple.
70 Nerd, The : Book by Larry Shue. Produced at the Alhambra Dinner Theatre (Jacksonville, FL - 1995) starring Lee Blair, Jack Bennet, Jay Doppke, Henry Brewster. Tony Triano, etc. Directed by Tod Booth.
70 Nerves : "A New Farcical Comedy" by J. Comyns Carr (From The French of "Les Femmes Nerveuses). Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - c. 1890) starring Herbert Kelcey, Charles Walcot, W.J. LeMoyne, Fritz Williams, Effie Shannon, May Robson, Louise Brooks, etc. Directed by Fred Williams.
70 Nervous Set, The : "A New Musical" by Jay Landesman and Theodore J. Flicker (Based on the novel by Jay Landesman). Music by Tommy Wolf. Lyrics by Fran Landesman. Produced by Robert Lantz at Henry Miller's Theatre (NYC - 1959) starring Richard Hayes (Husband of Peggy Ann Garner), Tani Seitz, Larry Hagman (Co-star of television's "I Dream of Jeanne," "Dallas," etc. Son of Helen Hayes.), Gerald Hiken, Barry Primus, etc. Directed by Theodore J. Flicker. Songs include: "Man, We're Beat," "Stars Have Blown My Way," "How Do You Like Your Love?," "Night People," "The Ballad of the Sad Young Men," "Laugh, I Thought I'd Die," etc.
70 Nervous Wreck, The : "A Farcical Adventure in the Far West" by Owen Davis (Founded on a story by E. J. Rath). Various productions (1924 -25) starring Otto Kruger, Jefferson Hall, Albert Hackett, Kathleen Comegys, Betty Garde, Edward Arnold, Josephine Fox, Winifred Anglin, Frank Wilcox, Harry Hyde, Taylor Holmes, Vivian Tobin, Paul Harvey, etc. Originally produced (1924) by Sam H. Harris and directed by Addison Pitt.
70 Nest, The : Book by Paul Geraldy. Produced by William A. Brady at the Forty-Eighth Street Theatre (NYC - 1922) starring Lucile Watson, Christine Norman, Bruce Elmore, Ruth Gilmore, Helen Cromwell, etc. Directed by Edward Eisner.
70 Nest Egg, The : "An American Play with an American Theme" by Anne Caldwell. Produced by L.C. Wiswell. at various theatres (1910 - 11) starring Zelda Sears, Blanche Hall, Julian Barton, Evelyn Varden, Charles Lane, Walter Young, etc. Directed by James R. Gary.
70 Never Again : or "The Tricks of Seraphin" by Maurice Desvalliers and Antony Mars. Various productions (1897 - 1900) starring E.M. Holland, Fritz Williams, Ferdinand Gottschalk, James Kearney, May Robson, Jessie MacKaye, Ita Kamp, Elsie De Wolfe, Charles D. Waldron, etc.
70 Never Born : "Original Play Dealing With Birth Control" by Harry Segall (Based on a play by Robert Sherman). Produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1917) starring Lady Laura Hudson, Ada Lawrence, Frank G. Long, Edward Wolcott, John Justice and Francis Owens.
70 Never Live Over A Pretzel Factory : "A New Comedy" by Jerry Devine. Produced by Paul Vroom, Buff Cobb (Wife of Mike Wallace) and Albert Marre ("The Hollywood Ten") at various theatres (1964) starring Dennis O' Keefe, Nancy Franklin, Lawrence Pressman, Martin Sheen, Lanna Saunders, Paul Huber, Marc Marno, Sidney Armus, Alan North (Co -star of television's "Police Squad"), etc. Directed by Albert Marre.
70 Never No More : Book by James Knox Millen. Produced by Robert Sparks at the Hudson Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Rose McClendon, Viola Dean, Rudolph Toombs, Dorothy Paul, Lew Payton, etc. Directed by Robert Sparks.
70 Never Say Die : "A New Play" by W.H. Post and William Collier. Various productions (1912 - 14) starring William Collier, John Adam, Charles Dow Clark, Paula Marr, Grant Stewart, Nicholas Judels, Charlotte Lambert, Walter Cluxton, etc. Originally produced (1912) by Lew Fields (Of the comedy team, "Weber and Fields") and directed by W.H. Post and William Collier.
70 Never Say Never : "A New Comedy" by Carl Leo. Produced by Albert H. Rosen and Lester Meyer at various theatres (1951) starring Anne Jackson (Wife of Eli Wallach), Hugh Reilly (Co- star of television's "Lassie" 1958 -64), Don Briggs, Nita Talbot, Royal Beal, etc. Directed by Robert B. Sinclair.
70 Never Too Late : "Broadway's Biggest Comedy Hit" by Sumner Arthur Long. Various productions (1962 - 77) starring Paul Ford, Maureen O' Sullivan, Orson Bean (Regular panelist on the television game show, "To Tell The Truth," etc.), John Alexander ("Uncle Teddy" on stage and in the film version of "Arsenic and Old Lace"), House Jameson, Dennis O' Keefe, Martha Scott, Will Hutchins (Star of television's "Sugarfoot"), Bill Stensgaard, Kathy Dantzler, William Bendix, Nancy Carroll, Janis Young, Royal Beal, Nanette Fabray, John Payne, Julia Duffy (Co-star television's "Newhart"), Lyle Talbot, Penny Singleton (Star of the "Blondie" film series), Jay Harder, Nancy Smith Carmody, Edward Andrews, Betty Field, Barbara Gaines, Roland Winters (The third non-Asian actor to portray "Charlie Chan" on film), Nancy Coleman, Jim Kirkwood, Bill McCutcheon, etc. Originally produced (1962) by Eliot Martin and Daniel Hollywood and directed by George Abbott. "Never Too Late" cha-cha by Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick. Incidental music by John Kander.
70 Nevis Mountain Dew : Book by Steve Carter. Produced by The Negro Ensemble Company at the Arena Stage (Washington, DC - 1979) starring Frances Foster, Ethel Ayler, Arthur French, Graham Brown, Charles Brown, etc. Directed by Horacena J. Taylor.
70 New Brooms : "A Comedy of the American Home" by Frank Craven (Most famous as the "Stage Manager" in the original stage and film productions of "Our Town"). Various productions (1925 - 1927) starring Frank Craven, Helen Weathersby, Doris Kelly, John Diggs, Thomas A. Magrane, John M. Sullivan, Lucia Laska, Spring Byington (Star of television's "December Bride," etc.), William Carey, Kay Strozzi, etc.
70 New City Directory : "Constructed for Laughing Purposes Only" by Paul M. Potter. Produced by Russell's Comedians at the Grand Opera House (Cleveland, Ohio - 1892 - 93) starring Dan Daly, Luke Schoolcraft, Willima Cameron, Tyrone Power (Father of the film star), Kate Uart, Nellie Parker, etc. Directed by Louis Harrison. Music by W.S. Mullaly and Alexander Haig.
70 New Code, The : "A New Comedy" by F. E. Dome. Produced at Powers' Theatre (Chicago - 1911) starring Tim Murphy, Frank Halbach, Richard Sterling, George Wellington, Sydney Riggs, etc.
70 New East Lynne, The : "The Unrivalled Success" produced at various theatres (c. 1882) starring Katherine Rogers, C. Russell Blake, Sheridan Tupper, Ada Wright, Hubert Jones, etc.
70 New Eight Bells : "Enormously Successful Spectacular" by John F. Byrne. Produced at various theatres (1897 - 1901) starring John F. Byrne, James Byrne, R. Byrne, Helene Byrne, James Tighe, Loomis Milo, Harry Vane, Henry Kammerer, William Dale, Charles F. McCarthy, Bert Walton, etc.
70 New Faces (1934) : "An Intimate Musical Revue" conceived by Leonard Sillman (Brother of singer/actress June (Sillman) Carroll). Sketches and lyrics by Viola Brothers Shore, Nancy Hamilton and June Sillman. Music by Warburton Guilbert, Donald Honrath, Martha Caples, James Shelton and Morgan Lewis. Produced by Charles Dillingham at the Fulton Theatre (NYC - 1934) starring James Shelton, Imogene Coca (Co-star of television's "Your Show of Shows," etc.), Charles Walter, Marvin Lawler, Nancy Hamilton, Alan Handley, Dorothy Fox, Leonard Sillman, Mildred Todd, Hildegarde Halliday, etc. Directed by Leonard Sillman. Production under the supervision of Elsie Janis. Songs include: "Wedding Song," "Frustration,","My Last Affair," "Service With a Smile," "Cause You Won't Play House," "He Loves Me," etc.
70 New Faces Of 1936 : Sketches by Mindret Lord and Everett Marcy. Lyrics by June (Sillman) Carroll (Sister of Leonard Sillman) and Edward Gilbert. Music by Alexander Fogarty and Irving Graham. Produced by Martin Jones at the Vanderbilt Theatre (NYC - 1936) starring Mildred Todd, Imogene Coca (Co-star of television's "Your Show of Shows," etc.), Marion Pierce, Jack and June Blair, Van Johnson, Dorothy Chilton, Ralph Blane, etc. Directed and supervised by Leonard Sillman. Songs include: "New Faces," "Slap My Face," "My Love is Young," "You'd Better Go Now," "It Must Be Religion," "Lottie of the Literati," "Your Face is So Familiar," "Give Me a Song I Can Whistle," etc.
70 New Faces Of 1937 : "Third New Edition" by Everett Marcy, Leonard Sillman, Mort Lewis, Rags Ragland, etc. Music by Baldwin Bergerson, Irving Graham, James Shelton, Morgan Lewis, Nevill Fleeson, etc. Lyrics by June (Sillman) Carroll (Sister of Leonard Sillman), Ted Fetter, Irving Graham and James Shelton. Produced by Raymond Moore at The Cape Playhouse (Dennis, MA - 1937) starring Rags Ragland, Michael Loring, James Shelton, June (Sillman) Carroll, Van Johnson, etc. Directed by Leonard Sillman. Songs include" "Croupier," "It's You I Want," "Derby Man," "Rinka Tinka," "Train Time," "Your the Hit of the Season," etc.
70 New Faces Of 1952 : "A New Musical Revue" with sketches by Ronny Graham (Television's "Mr. Dirt" on commercials for Mobil Oil), Peter Devries and Melvin Brooks. Music and lyrics by Ronny Graham, June (Sillman) Carroll (Sister of Leonard Sillman), Arthur Siegal, Sheldon Harnick and Michael Brown. Produced by Leonard Sillman at various theatres (1952) starring Ronny Graham, June Carroll, Robert Clary (Co - star of television's "Hogan's Heroes"), Alice Ghostly, Eartha Kitt, Carol Lawrence (Co - star of the original stage production of "West Side Story". Wife of Robert Goulet.), Paul Lynde, Jimmy Russell, etc. Directed by John Beal (Star of "The Little Minister" on stage and film). Choreographed by Richard Barstow. Entire production devised and staged by John Murray Anderson. Songs include: "Lucky Pierre," "Guess Who I Saw Today" ( Hit recordings for Nancy Wilson and Eydie Gorme, etc.), "Love is a Simple Thing," "Boston Beguine," "Lizzie Bordan," "Monotonous," "Im in Love With Miss Logan," "Don't Fall Asleep," "Penny Candy," etc.
70 New Faces Of '56 : "A New Musical Revue" with sketches by Paul Lynde, Richard Maury, Danny Simon, Neil Simon, and Louis Botto. Music and lyrics by June (Sillman) Carroll (Sister of Leonard Sillman), Arthur Siegal, Marshall Barer, Dean Fuller, Murray Grand, Matt Dubey, Harold Karr, Irving Graham, Ronny Graham, Paul Nassau, John Rox and Michael Brown. Produced by Leonard Sillman and John Roberts in association with Yvette Shumer at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1956) starring Franca Baldwin, Suzanne Bernard, Jane Connell ("Agnes Gooch" in "Mame" on stage and film.), Billie Hayes ("Witchie-Poo" on television's "H.R. Pufnstuff". "Mammy Yokum" in the film version of "Li'l Abner"), Tiger Haynes, Bill McCutcheon, Virginia Martin (Co-star of "Little Me" on Broadway, etc.), John Reardon (Star of the Metropolitan Opera"), Jimmy Sisco, Maggie Smith (Oscar winning actress), Inga Swenson, etc. Directed by Paul Lynde. Choreographed by David Tihmar. Songs include: "What Does That Dream Mean?," "Tell Her," "A Doll's House," "Hurry," "Isn't She Lovely," "Don't Wait 'Til It's Too Late to See Paris," "Scratch My Back," "She's Got Everything," etc.
70 New Faces Of 1962 : "A New Musical Revue" by Ronny Graham, Paul Lynde, Jean Shepherd, Richard Maury, Joey Carter and R.G. Brown. Music and lyrics by June (Sillman) Carroll (Sister of Leonard Sillman), Arthur Siegal, David Rogers, Mark Bucci, Jack Holmes and Ronny Graham. Produced by Carroll and Harris Masterson at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1962) starring Tom Arthur, Charles Barlow, R.G. Brown, Joey Carter, Jim Corbett, Marie Nieves, Sylvia, Marian Mercer (Co-star of television's "The Dean Martin Show," etc.), Patti Karr, Jaun Carlos Copes, etc. Directed by Leonard Sillman and Richard Maury. Choreographed by James Moore. Songs include: "Pi in the Sky," "In the Morning," "I Want You to Be the First to Know," "It Takes a Heap," "Freedomland," etc.
70 New Fantasma, The : "Grand Spectacular Production" produced in 1887 - 88 (No specific location listed) starring William Hanlon, Laura Burt, Rose Forte, Helen Morgan, Clara De Vere, Bertha Clinton, etc.
70 New Girl In Town : "A New Musical" by George Abbott (Based on the play "Anna Christie" by Eugene O' Neill). Music and lyrics by Bob Merrill. Produced by Frederick Brisson (Husband of Rosalind Russell), Robert E. Griffith and Harold S. Prince at various theatres (1957 - 58) starring Gwen Verdon, Thelma Ritter, George Wallace, Cameron Prud' Homme, Mark Dawson, Lulu Bates, Claiborne Cary (Sister of Cloris Leachman), Evelyn Ward, etc. Directed by George Abbott. Choreographed by Bob Fosse (Husband of Gwen Verdon, Joan McCracken, etc.). Songs include: "Flings," "It's Good to Be Alive," "There Ain't No Flies on Me". "Sunshine Girl," "Look at 'Er," etc.
70 New Gossoon, The : "A Comedy" by George Shiels. Produced by the Abbey Theatre Players (Dublin) at various theatres in the United States (1932 - 33) starring Maureen Delaney, Denis O' Dea, Michael J. Dolan, May Craig, Arthur Shields (Brother of Barry Fitzgerald), etc. Billed with "Juno and the Paycock" starring Barry Fitzgerald, Eileen Crowe, Kate Curling, etc., "The Shadow of the Glen," "The Playboy of the Western World," "Things That Are Caesar's," "The Far of Hills," "Autumn Fire," etc.
70 New Henrietta, The : "Famous Comedy" by Winchell Smith and Victor Mapes (Founded on the work of Bronson Howard). Produced by Joseph Brooks at various theatres (1913 - 16) starring William H. Crane, Douglas Fairbanks, Amelia Bingham, Patricia Collinge, Malcolm Bradley, etc. Directed by Joseph Brooks.
70 New Jane Eyre, The : Produced with "The Most Realistic Fire Scene Ever Produced on the American Stage" at the Opera House (No location listed - 1883) starring Charlotte Thompson ("America's Greatest Actress"), Helen Garth, Charles Drake, Harry Jordan, Clara Throop, etc.
70 New Karl, The : Book by Con T. Murphy. Produced in the Opera House (Utica, NY - 1887) starring Charles A. Gardner ("The Greatest Singing Actor in America"), Robert McNair, James E. Nelson, Marion May, Pettie Dunn, etc.
70 New Kid, The : "Musical Play" by David C. Hughes. Produced by The East Side House at The Settlement Auditorium (NYC - 1953) starring Eddie Laurain, Eileen Dunne, Jimmy Noonan, etc. Billed with "Lucky Day" by Charles F. Lowe starring Jean McMahon, Pat Hart, Carl Kruse, etc. Both plays directed by Alvin D. Ross and choreographed by Boris Runanin. Songs include" Morning Song," "Brand New Day," "I Always Say". etc.
70 New Lady Bantock, The : "A Comedy" by Jerome K. Jerome. Produced in Reality Hall (Newport, RI - 1909) starring Fannie Ward, John W., Dean, Charles Cartwright, Margaret Fuller. Directed by Joseph Brooks.
70 New Lamps For Old : "An Entirely, Original Eccentric Comedy" by Jerome K. Jerome. Produced at Daly's Theatre (NYC - 1890) starring John Drew, Burr McIntosh, James Lewis, Ada Rehan, G.H. Gilbert, etc.
70 New Life, A : "New Play" by Elmer Rice. Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood and John F. Wharton) at various theatres (1943) starring Betty Field, John Ireland (Husband of Joanne Dru. Half brother of Tommy Noonan) Ann Driscoll, Merle Maddern, Arthur Griffin, George Lambert, Sanford McCauley, Alice Thompson, Colleen Ward, etc. Directed by Elmer Rice.
70 New Magdalen : "Famous Story" by Wilkie Collins. Various productions (c. 1879) starring Ada Cavendish, Augusta Foster, John Sutton, Lillian Cleves, Richard Foote, James Comley, Byron Douglas, Lottie Adams, etc.
70 New Men, The : Book by Ronald Millar (From the novel by C.P. Snow). Produced by Henry Sherek at the Strand Theatre (London - 1962) starring Paul Danman, Jennifer Wright, Charles Kay, Ernest Clark, Richard Pasco, Robert Walker, Margo Cunningham, etc. Directed by Harold French.
70 New Men And Old Acres : "A Comedy" by Tom Tylor and Augustus W. Dubury. Various productions (1869 - 1904) starring Charles Kelly, Ersser Jones, Gaston Murray, Kate Aubrey, John A. Stevenson, Edgar Munson, Everett S. Hartwell, etc.
70 New Moon : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection - See Opera and Operetta Programs".
70 New Morality, The : "A Comedy" by Harold Chapin. Produced in 1921 (No location listed) starring Grace George, Warburton Gamble, Ernest Lawford, Lilian Kemble Cooper, Lawrence Grossmith, etc.
70 New Pins And Needles : "America's Hit Musical Revue" by Joseph Schrank. Music and lyrics by Harold J. Rome. Produced by Labor Stage, Inc. and the I.L. G.W.U.(International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union) Players at various theatres (1940 - 41) starring Gene Barry (Star of television's "Bat Masterson".), Danny Mann, Elise Bregman, Al Eban, Sol Israel, Al Levy, Harry Clark, Dorothy Harrison, etc. Directed by Robert H. Gordon. Songs include: "The Pluto Boys," "I've Got the Nerve to Be in Love," "Mene, Mene, Tekel," "The Red Mikado," "Back to Work," "Oh, Give Me the Good Old Days," "History Eight to the Bar," "Bertha, The Sewing Machine Girl (or "It's Better with a Union Man"), "We Sing America," etc.
70 New Secretary, The : "A New Comedy" by Francis De Croisset (adapted by Cosmo Gordon Lennox). Produced by Charles Frohman at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1913) starring Charles Cherry, Frank Kemble-Cooper, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Claude Gillingwater, Marie Doro, etc.
70 New Superba, The : "A Unique Mechanical and Pantomimic Spectacle" by the Hanlon Brothers. Produced at the Grand Opera House (NYC - No date) starring Frances Hartley, Charlotte Deane, Vera Markille, Albert Saunders, Mollie Hoffman, etc. Directed by the Hanlon Brothers.
70 New Way To Pay Old Debts, A : Book by Phillip Massinger. Various productions (1831 - 52) starring Gustaves V. Brooke, etc. Billed with "The Evil Eye," "The Irish Tutor," etc.
70 New Word, The : "A Comedy in One Act" by J.M. Barrie. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (No date) starring Norman Trevor, Winifred Fraser, Gareth Hughes, Betty Daintry, etc. Billed with "Barbara's Wedding" and The Old Lady Shows Her Medals" by J. M. Barrie.
70 New York Day By Day : "The Sensational Comedy Drama" by W.J. Thompson (Revised by Charles P. Rice). Produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Mamie Lincoln Pixley, Grace Welby, Joan Cravan, H.E. Hambro, Henry Finkle, etc.
70 New York Exchange : "A Play of Today" by Peter Glenny. Produced by Ivan L.Wright at the 49th Street Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring Roy Gordon, Mabel Montgomery, Sydney Shields, Doris Underwood, Alison Skipworth, Agnes Klem, etc. Directed by Clarke Silvernail.
70 New York Idea, The : "A Farcical Comedy" by Langdon Mitchell. Various productions (1906 -77) starring Mrs. Fiske (Minnie Maddern Fiske), Charles Harbury, Dudley Clinton, Blanche Weaver, Dudley Digges, George Arliss, Rene Auberjonois, Ralph Clanton, Stephen Collins, Blythe Danner (Mother of Gwyneth Paltrow), Denholm Elliott, Margaret Hamilton (Most famous as "The Wicked Witch of the West' in the film, "The Wizard of Oz"), Rosemary Harris, etc. Original 1906 production directed by Harrison Grey Fiske (Husband of Minnie Maddern Fiske).
70 New Yorkers, The (By G. McDonough) : Book by Glen McDonough. Music by Ludwig Englander. Lyrics by George V. Hobart. Produced by The George W. Lederer Company at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Dan Daly, Frank Tannehill, Jr., Edwin Wilson, Rose Beaumont, Idalene Cotton, Tessie Mooney, Daisy Lucas, etc. Directed by George W. Lederer. Songs include: "Russia, The Fatherland," "Strolling in Society," "Kodak Girl," "Take Me Back to Herald Square," "Honolulu Lulu," "There's a Lobster Left for Me," "Oh, Fudge," etc.
70 New Yorkers, The (By H. Fields) : "A Sociological Musical Satire" by Herbert Fields (Based on a story by E. Ray Goetz and Peter Arno). Music and lyrics by Cole Porter (Portrayed by Cary Grant in the 1946 biopic,"Night and Day," by Kevin Kline in the 2004 biopic, "De-Lovely" and by Ron Randell in the 1953 film,"Kiss Me Kate".). Various productions (1930 - 94) starring Richard Carle, Ann Pennington, Marie Cahill, Charles King (Star of the Oscar winning 1929 Film "The Broadway Melody"), Jimmie (Jimmy) Durante, Lou Clayton, Eddie Jackson ("Durante, Clayton and Jackson"), Tammany Young, Oscar Ragland, Iris Adrian, Marjorie Arnold, Hilda Knight, Paul Huber, Jill O' Hara, Matthew Shepard, Jack Savage, Lannyl Stephens, Christopher Harrod, etc. Originally produced (1930) by E. Ray Goetz, directed by Monty Woolley (Portrayed himself in the 1946 biopic of Cole Porter, "Night and Day"), Fred Waring (Of "Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians". Inventor of the Waring Blender.) and E. Ray Goetz and choreographed by George Hale. Songs include: "Love For Sale," "Sing Sing for Sing Sing," "Take Me Back to Manhattan," etc. Songs with words and music by Jimmy Durante: "The Hot Patata," "Sheikin Fool," Data," etc.
70 Newbern! : or "The Old Flag" produced at the Blanchard Opera House (Montpelier, VT - 1885 - 86) starring Edwin A. Lewis, Charles C. Putnam, Annabelle Lewis, Lulu Eaton, Willard Holden, William Berry, Mattie Holden, etc.
70 Newest Devil's Auction : or "The Golden Branch" by Charles H. Yale. Produced at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1896) starring Mildred Holden, George D. Melville, Anna Moore, Mamie Conway, W.H. Bartholomew, Lucia Cuerbo, etc. Directed by Charles H. Yale.
70 Newlyweds And Their Baby, The : "Founded on the (New York Herald) Cartoons" by George McManus (adapted by Aaron Hoffman and Paul West). Music and lyrics by Seymour Brown, Nat A. Ayer and John W. Bratton. Produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1910 - 14) starring Leo Hayes, Harold West, Fred Evans, Beattie Evans, Nell Wood, etc. Songs include: "King of Babyland," "Roll On Missouri," "That Chop-Stick Rag," "Every Baby is a Sweet Bouquet," "Minstrels on Parade," "Girls Who Want to Go on the Stage," etc.
70 News, The : Book by Paul Schierhorn, David Rotenberg and R. Vincent Park. Music and lyrics by Paul Schierhorn. Produced by Zev Bufman, Kathleen Lindsey, Nicholas Neubauer, R. Vincent Park and Martin and Janice Barandes at the Helen Hayes Theatre (NYC - 1985) starring Jeff Conaway (Co-star of television's "Taxi," etc. Co-star of "Grease " on film.), Anthony Crivello, Lisa Michaelis, Patrick Jude, Billy Ward, etc. Directed by David Rotenberg. Choreographed by Wesley Fata. Songs include: "I Am the News," "Front Page Expose," "Hot Flashes," "Shooting Stars," "Mirror, Mirror," "What's the Angle?," etc.
70 Next Door : "The New Acrobatic Farce Frolic" produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1898) starring Archie Royer, William C. Wilde, Irvin Royer, John Lancaster, Rose Royer, etc.
70 Next Fall : Book by Geoffrey Nauffts. Produced by Elton John and others at the Helen Hayes Theatre (NYC - 2010) starring Patrick Breen, Maddie Corman, Sean Dugan, Patrick Heusinger, Connie Ray, Cotter Smith, etc. Directed by Sheryl Kaller.
70 Next Half Hour, The : Book by Mary Chase. Produced by Max Gordon at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1945) starring Fay Bainter, Conrad Janis (Co-star of television's "Mork and Mindy"), Jack Ruth, Francis Compton, Art Smith, Jean Adair ("Aunt Martha" in "Arsenic and Old Lace" on stage and film.), etc. Directed by George S. Kaufman.
70 Next Of Kin, The : Book by Charles Klein. Produced by Henry B. Harris at Powers' Theatre (Chicago - 1909) starring Grant Mitchell, Minna Adelman, Harry Davenport ("Dr. Meade" in the film, "Gone With The Wind"), Frank Sheridan, Alice Wilson, etc.
70 Next Time I'll Sing To You : Book by James Saunders. Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden and Philip Barry, Jr. at the Phoenix Theatre (NYC - 1963) starring Jered Barclay, James Earl Jones, William Needles, Estelle Parsons and Harris Yulin. Directed by Peter Coe.
70 Next to Normal : "The Pulitzer Prize-Winning Rock Musical" by Brian Yorkey. Music by Tom Kitt. Lyrics by Brian Yorkey. Produced at the Booth Theater (NYC - 2009) starring d'Arcy James, J. Robert Spencer, Louis Hobson, Mary Mossberg, Michael Berry, Tim Young, Meghann Fahy, etc. Directed by Michael Greif. Songs include: "Just Another Day," "Perfect for You," "I Miss the Mountains," "Superboy and the Invisible Girl," "I'm Alive," "Didn't I See the Movie," "A Light in the Dark," "Wish I Were Here," "Song of Forgetting," "It's Gonna Be Good," "Make Up Your Mind," "Catch Me I'm Falling," etc.
70 Nic-Nax Of 1926 : Book and lyrics by Paul W. Porter, Matt Kennedy and Roger Gray. Music by Gitz Rice and Werner Janssen. Produced at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1926) starring Ralph Riggs, Dorothy E. Brown, Betty Lomax, Wanda Wood, Dorothy Manners, Maxine and Gertrude Demmler, Tom Cowan, Irene Olsen, Nat Nazarro, Jr., etc. Directed by Paul W. Porter and George Mooser. Choreographed by Jack Connors. Songs include: ""Flowers," "Cheyenne Nights," "Burmah Moon," "Almost," "Syncopassion," "The Sun Kissed the Rose Goodbye," etc.
70 Nice Goin' ! : "A New Musical Comedy" by Laurence Schwab (From a play by Kenyon Nicholson and Charles Robinson). Music and lyrics by Ralph Rainger and Leo Robin. Produced by Laurence Schwab at various theatres (1939) starring Mary Martin, Bert Wheeler (Of the comedy team of "Wheeler and Woolsey"), Lee Dixon, Pert Kelton (The Original "Alice Kramden" on television's "The Honeymooners" starring Jackie Gleason), Jack Cole, Tom Ewell, Ralph Sanford, Carol Bruce (Co-star of television's "WKRP in Cincinnati"), Vicki Cummings, Jack Smith, etc. Directed by Arthur Sircom. Choreographed by Al White, Jr. Songs include: "The Navy Has Landed," "I Shoulda Stood in Bed," "Panamama," "Calaboose," etc.
70 Nice People : "A Comedy of Modern Society" by Rachel Crothers. Produced by The Temple Theatre Players (Syracuse, NY - 1927) starring William Carey, Spring Byington (Star of television's "December Bride," etc.), Kay Strozzi, Alexander Lockwood, Sumner Gard, etc. Directed by Thomas A. Magrane.
70 Nice Women : Book by William A. Grew. Produced by L. Lawrence Weber at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Robert Warwick, Sylvia Sidney, Helen Joy, Hope Drown, George Barbier, Verree Teasdale, etc. Directed by William B. Friedlander.
70 Nick Of The Woods : "The Great Melodrama" by Dr. Bird. Various productions (No date) starring Joseph Proctor, Annie E. Proctor, Frank Allen, George W. Coots, Harry Irving, H.R. Brennan, Minnie De Lange, etc.
70 Nigger, The : Book by Guy Bates Post. Various productions (1909 - 10) starring William Cullington, Maud Durand, Florence Rockwell, Guy Bates Post, Henry Hull (Star of "The Werewolf of London" on film), Jack Barnes, Samuel Johnson, Reginald Barlow, Ben Johnson, Annie Russell, Pedro De Cordoba, Oswald Yorke, etc. Directed by George Foster Platt.
70 Night And Day : "A New Play" by Tom Stoppard. Various productions (1978 - 96) starring Maggie Smith, Patrick Mower, William Marlowe, Edward De Souza, Marc Vann, Robert Hines III, Si Osborne, John Cording, Ronny Cush, Gwen Taylor, Peter Evans (Folder also contains a Memorial program for Peter Evans who died in 1989), etc. Dwight Schultz (Co -star of television's "The 'A' Team," etc.), Clarence Williams III (Co star of television's "The Mod Squad," etc.), Susan Hampshire, Peter Machin, Kenneth Farrington, Olu Jacobs, Stephen Lawrence, etc. Originally produced in London (1978) by Michael Codron and directed by Peter Wood.
70 Night At An Inn, A : Book by Lord Dunsany. Produced by The Neighborhood Playhouse Company at the Playhouse of the Henry Settlement (NYC - 1921) starring Whitford Kane, Jack Liss, Dan Walker, Anton Grubman, Ian MacLaren, etc.
70 Night At The Circus, A : "The Unique Circo-Comedy" by H. Grattan Donnelly. Produced at the various theatres (1896) starring Fanny Bloodgood, Paula Edwardes, Kittio Miley, Jennie Leary, J.H. Bradbury, etc.
70 Night Boat, The : "A New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Anne Caldwell. Music by Jerome Kern (Portrayed by Robert Walker in the 1946 biopic, "Till The Clouds Roll By".). Produced by Charles Dilllingham at various theatres (1920 - 21) starring Marie Reagan, Paul Lester, Ada Lewis, Lillian Kemble Cooper, Betty Hale, Louise Groody, Jean Fleming, Carl Judd, etc. Directed by Fred G. Latham. Choreographed by Ned Wayburn. Songs include: "Some Fine Day," "Who's Baby Are You?," "Catskills, Hello," "Don't You Want to Take Me?," etc.
70 Night Cap, The : "A Mystery Comedy" by Max Marcin and Guy Bolton. Produced by the Frank Wilcox Company at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1927) starring Hugh O' Connell, Robert Koch, Eric Clavering, Hal Brown, Irene Shirley, Frank Wilcox, Warren Wade, etc. Directed by Warren Wade.
70 Night Circus, The : "A New Play" by Michael V. Gazzo (As an actor, he was Oscar nominated as Best Supporting Actor playing "Frank Pentangeli" in "The Godfather Part 2"). Produced by Jay Julien at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1958) starring Ben Gazzara, Janice Rule, Shepperd Strudwick, Arthur Storch, Al Lewis ("Grandpa" on television's "The Munsters"), Arlene Golonka (Co-star of television's "Mayberry RFD"), etc. Directed by Frank Corsaro.
70 Night Fever : "A New Play" by Sebastion Stuart. Produced at the Vandam Theatre (NYC - No date). Directed by Ike Schambelan. No cast information listed.
70 Night For A Day, A : "A Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Robert B. Smith. Music by Raymond Hubbell. Produced by Max Faetkenheuer at The Euclid Garden Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio - No Date) starring Ethel Intropodi, Lew Dunbar, Olive North, Josie Intropodi, Alonzo Price, etc. Directed by Alonzo Price. Songs include: "Marceline's Meat Sauce," "What Fools We Mortals Be," "The Little Girl in Blue," "Hang Out the Front Door Key," etc.
70 Night Hawk : "A Tense Human Comedy" by Roland Oliver. Produced at The Frolic - Atop of the New Amsterdam Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring Carroll McComas, Pam Browning, Frank Thomas, Martin Burton, etc. Directed by Arthur Hurley.
70 Night Hostess : "A Dramatic Comedy" by Philip Dunning. Produced by John Golden at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring Porter Hall, Elsie Hyde, Richard Terry, John L. Kearney, Jeff Gaines, Graham Velsey, Walter Glass, Ruth Lyons, Charles Laite, etc. Directed by Winchell Smith.
70 Night In New York, A : "The Enchanting Effervescent Lyrical Drama Novelty" by H. Grattan Donnelly. Produced at The Lyceum (Cleveland, Ohio - 1897) starring John Webster, Tony Williams, John T. Hayes, Viola Raynore, Rosa Crouch, Nellis McHenry ("Everyone's Favorite Comedienne"), etc.
70 Night In Old Heidelberg, A : Produced by The Aubert Musical Comedy Company at the Aubert Garden (No location listed - 1914) starring Mart Moran, Inez Rodriguez, Elmer McDonald, Odey Foley, Flo Allen, etc. Songs include: "This is the Life," "Down Home Rag," "Stein Song," "Get Out and Get Under," "Cotton Moon," "I Love the Whole United States," etc.
70 Night In Paris, A : "The Casino De Paris Revue" by Harold Atteridge. Music by J. Fred Coots (Famous as the composer of "Santa Claus is Coming to Town") and Maurie Rubens. Lyrics by Clifford Grey and McElbert Moore. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at various theatres (1925 - 27) starring Jack ("Vass You Dere, Sharlie?") Pearl, Ray Bolger, Jack Osterman, Barnett Parker, Emily Wooley, Harry O' Neal, Gertrude Hoffmann, etc. Directed by Charles Judels, J.C. Huffman, Alexander Leftwich, J.J. Shubert, etc. Choreographed by George Dobbs. Songs include: "Newport Glide," "Charleston Mad," "Nobody But You," "Louisiana," "Temptation," "Bob-Haired Baby," "Daddy Long Legs," "They Satisfy," etc.
70 Night In Spain, A : "A Colorful and International Revue" by Harold Atteridge. Music by Jean Schwartz. Lyrics by Al Bryan. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at various theatres (1927 - 28) starring Ted Healy (Original employer and straight man of "The Three Stooges"), Aileen Stanley, Cortez and Peggy, Shemp Howard ("The Three Stooges"), Larry Fine ("The Three Stooges"), Helba Huara, Fodi Brown, Walter Johnson, Rose Snow, Betty Healy, Helen Kane (Portrayed by Debbie Reynolds in the 1950 biopic, "Three Little Words"), Gertrude Hoffmann, La Meri, Phil Baker, Marion Harris, Sid Silvers, Bobby Pinkus, etc. Directed by Charles Judels, Gertrude Hoffmann, etc. Choreographed by Ralph Reader, Gertrude Hoffmann, etc. Songs include: "Argentine," "International Vamp," "De Dum Dum," "The Sky Girl," "My Rose of Spain," "Hot, Hot Honey', "The Curfew Walk," "Bambazoola," "Fanning the Blues Away," etc.
70 Night In The House : Book by Rodney Ackland (Adapted from Hugh Walpole's novel, "The Old Ladies"). Produced by Helen Arthur at The Booth Theatre (NYC - 1935) starring Mildred Natwick, Josephine Hull (Co - star of "Arsenic and Old Lace" and "Harvey" on stage and film), Nance O' Neil, Ellen Hall, etc. Directed by Donald Blackwell.
70 Night In Venice, A (By Shuberts) : "The New Musical Extravaganza" produced by The Messrs. Shubert at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Ted Healy (Original employer and straight man of "The Three Stooges"), Ann Seymour, Beth and Betty Dodge, Arthur and Morton Havel, Stanley Rogers, Fodi Brown, Fred Sanborn, Shemp Howard ("The Three Stooges"), Moe Howard ("The Three Stooges"), Larry Fine ("The Three Stooges"), etc. Music by Lee David and Maurice Rubans. Lyrics by J. Keirn Brennan and M. Jaffe. Directed by Lew Morton and Thomas A. Hart. Choreographed by Busby Berkeley and Chester Hale. Songs include: "Sliding Down a Silver Cloud," "The Lure of the Night With the Ile De France on the Horizon," "One Night of Love," "Lido Shores," "Tondelayo," "The Stork Don't Come Around Anymore," etc.
70 Night In Venice, A (By M. Todd) : "Musical Extravaganza" by Mike Todd. Produced by Mike Todd at the Jones Beach Theatre (Long Island, NY - No date) starring Rosita Royce and Her Doves, etc.
70 Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me, The : "A New Play" by David Drake. Produced by Sean Strub in association with Tom Viola at the Perry Street Theatre (NYC - c. 1990) starring David Drake. Directed by Chuck Brown.
70 Night Life : "A New Drama" by Sydney Kingsley. Produced at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NYC - 1962) starring Neville Brand ("Al Capone" on television's "The Untouchables".), Carol Lawrence (Co -star of the original Broadway production, "West Side Story". Wife of Robert Goulet.), Walter Abel, Carmen Mathews, Salome Jens, Jack Kelly (Co-star of television's "Maverick"), Alan Bergmann, Bobby Short (Resident cabaret singer/pianist at the Cafe Carlisle in NYC), Leonardo Cimino, Robert Weil, Raymond St. Jacques, Jessica Walter (Co -star of "Arrested Development" on television. Co star of "Play Misty for Me," "The Group," etc. on film.), James Greene, Paula Wayne, Barry Newman (Star of television's "Petrocelli"), etc. Directed by Sidney Kingsley.
70 Night Like This, A : "A New Farce" by Ben Travers. Produced by Tom Walls and Reginald Highley at the Aldwych Theatre (London - 1930) starring John R. Turnbull, Margot Grahame, Enid Maby, Gordon James, Mary Brough, etc. Directed by Tom Walls.
70 Night Mother : "A New Play" by Marsha Norman. Various productions (1983 - 85) starring Kathy Bates, Anne Pitoniak, Margo Martindale and Carmen Mathews. Original 1983 production directed by Tom Moore.
70 Night Music : "A Comedy" by Clifford Odets. Various productions (1940 - 51) starring Tom Tully, Elia Kazan, Morris Carnovsky, Jane Wyatt, Sanford Meisner, Harry Bratsburg, Ruth Nelson, Phil Brown, Phil Loeb (Co -star of "The Goldbergs" on radio and television.), Art Smith, Florence Odets, Nick Conte (Richard Conte), Mark Allen, Rod Steiger, Paul Lambert, Michael V. Gazzo ("The Godfather Part 2," etc.), Leonard Barry, etc. Originally produced (19400 by The Group Theatre and directed by Harold Clurman.
70 Night Must Fall : Book by Emlyn Williams. Various productions (1935 - 99) starring Emlyn Williams, (Dame) May Whitty, Angela Baddeley, Ben Webster, Eric Stanley Ray Elmendorf, Winifred Daniell, Nellcy Pratte, Wally Hoss, Florence Reed, George Hale, Rita Barnes, Sandra Pope, Barnett Shaw, James Muetterties, Lois Akemann, Marcus Barron, Basil Radford, Nolan Harrigan, Robert Horton, Don Cairns, Dan Travanti (Co -star of television's "Hill Street Blues"), Ted B. Barrington, Matthew Broderick, Judy Parfitt, J. Smith-Cameron, Michael Countryman, Seana Kofoed, Patricia Kilgarriff, Peter McRobbie, Jennifer Wiltsie, Anita Dashiell,Paddy Croft, Kevin Shinick, etc. Originally produced (1935) by J.P. Mitchelhill and directed by Miles Malleson.
70 Night Of Barrie, A : Alternating productions ("The Old Lady Shows Her Medals" and "Alice Sit-By -The-Fire") by Sir James Barrie. Produced by William A. Brady at various theatres (1932) starring Laurette Taylor, Alice May Tuck, Lawrence Fletcher, Charles Dalton, Peg Entwistle (Most famous for committing suicide by leaping from the "H" in the "Hollywoodland" sign), Robert Harrigan, Nan Sheldon, etc. Directed by Stanley Logan.
70 Night Of January 16 : "A Melodrama" by Ayn Rand. Various productions (1935 - 39) starring Robert Shayne, Doris Nolan, Walter Pidgeon, Doris Underwood, J. Arthur Young, Helen Ward, Hal Conklin, Marjorie Jarecki, Paul McGrath, John Litel, Nicholas Joy, etc.
70 Night Of Love : "A The New Musical Play" with book and lyrics by Rowland Leigh (From an original play by Lili Hatvany). Music by Robert Stolz. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1940) starring Helen Gleason, Marjorie Gainsworth, John Lodge, Marguerite Namara, George Spelvin, Noel Cravat(h), Harrison Dowd, etc. Directed by Barrie O' Daniels. Songs include: "The One Man I Need," "Tonight or Never', "Serenade for You," "Without You," "Loosen Up," etc.
70 Night Of The Auk : "A New Play" by Arch Oboler. Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden at The Playhouse (NYC - 1956) starring Claude Rains, Wendell Corey, Christopher Plummer, Martin Brooks and Dick York (Co -star of television's "Bewitched".). Directed by Sidney Lumet.
70 Night Of The Fourth, The : "A Comedy in Three Explosions" by George Ade. Produced by The Wells-Dunne-Harlan Musical Comedy Company at the Columbia Theatre (Brooklyn - 1903) starring Robert Harty, Otis Harlan, Dan Marble, Frank Johnson, Ben Dickerson, Agnes Scott, Fannie Frankel, etc. Directed by John W. Dunne.
70 "Night Of The Iguana, The : "A New Play" by Tennessee Williams. Various productions (1961 - 2001) starring Bette Davis, Margaret Leighton, Patrick O' Neal, Alan Webb, Christopher Jones, James Farentino, Bruce Glover, Shelley Winters, Patricia Roe, Jonathan Lippe, Mala Powers, Carl Betz (Co -star of television's "The Donna Reed Show," etc.), Richard Chamberlain, Dorothy McGuire, Raymond Massey, Eleanor Parker, Allyn Ann McLerie, Dan Hogan, Toni Darnay, Cherry Jones, William Peterson, Marsha Mason, Bill Virchis, Lee Burton, Ruth Roman, Alan Mixon, Art Kassul, Barbara Rush, Leslie Cass, Mike Tucker, John Ramsey, Frances Barber, Alex Mollo, Nick Mollo, Alfred Molina,Howard Ward, Imogen Bain, Alison Fiske, Colin Stinton, Thomas Riccio, Scott Gilmore, Melody Moore, Joe De Luca, Robin Deck, Kelly McGillis, Dale Kittel, Larry Irvin,Mark Richman, Vicki Cummings, Irene Dailey (Sister of dancer, Dan Dailey), Lucy Landau, Edwin Wolfe, Robin Strasser, Dick Caruso, Jeanne Moreau, Michael Moriarty,Eileen Brennan, Roy Dotrice, Penelope Allen, Marita Geraghty, Sam J. Coppola, etc. Originally produced (1961) by Charles Bowden and directed by Frank Corsaro.
70 Night Of The Party, The : "A New and Original Farcical Comedy" by Weedon Grossmith. Produced at the Avenue Theatre (London - No date) starring Wilfred Draycott, Oscar Adye, Weedon Grossmith, Hubert Druce, Sydney Paxton, Ida Morris, etc.
71 Night Of The Tribades, The : Book by Per Olov Enquist (Translated by Ross Shideler). Produced by Burry Fredrik, Irwin Meyer and Stephen R. Friedman in association with William Donnell at the Helen Hayes Theatre (NYC - 1977) starring Max Von Sydow, Bibi Andersson, Eileen Atkins, Werner Klemperer (Co- star of television's "Hogan's Heroes") and Bill moor. Directed by Michael Kahn.
71 Night Off, A : "Crowning Success" by Augustin Daly (From the German of the Schontan Brothers). Various productions (1886 - 1930) starring Harry Hotto, Clarence Harvey, Hardie Vernon, Ernest Bartram, Jennie Bright, Harrison Ford, Stuart Fox, Albert Sackett, May Ediss, Richard Whorf, Ralph Roberts, E.E. Clive, Rosalind Russell, Francis Compton, etc.
71 Night Out, A (By G. Feydeau) : "A Farcical Comedy" by Georges Feydeau and Maurice Desvallieres (Adapted from "L' Hotel Du Libre-Echange"). Produced at the Vaudeville Theatre (London - No date) starring George Giddens, Charles Sugden, William Wyes, etc. Directed by Seymour Hicks. Billed with "Papa's Wife" by Seymour Hicks and F.C. Phillips.
71 Night Out, A (By M. Robson)) : "The Funniest of All Plays" by May Robson and C.T. Dazey. Produced by L. S. Sire at the Empire Theatre (Salem, MA - 1912) starring May Robson, Paul Decker, Frank Harrington, Ruth Quinn, Joseph Mann, etc. Billed with "The Town Marshall" by O. E. Wee.
71 Night Session, A : "A Farce" by George Feydeau. Produced by Charles Frohman and David Belasco at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1897) starring George Holland, Cuyler Hastings, Logan Paul, Gertrude Tidball, etc. Billed with "The First Born" by Francis Powers.
71 Night Thoreau Spent In Jail, The : Book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Various productions (c. 1970 - 71) starring Christopher Walken, Ann Casson, Max Howard, Rebecca Taylor, Douglas Campbell, Art Beer, Jr., Lee Smith, Diane Burak, etc.
71 Night Watch : Book by Lucille Fletcher. Produced by George W. George and Barnard S. Straus at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1972) starring Joan Hackett, Len Cariou, Elaine Kerr, Barbara Cason, Keene Curtis, Rudy Bond, etc. Directed by Fred Coe.
71 Night's Frolic, A : Produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1897) starring Agnes Herndon ("The Queen of Laugh Makers"), Minna Gunnetta, Nettie Sterling, Frank J. Frayne, Charles F. Newsom, etc.
71 Nightclub Cantata : Book and music by Elizabeth Swados. Lyrics by Brian Patton, Sylvia Plath, Carson McCullers, etc. Produced by Charles Hollerith, Jr. and Roosita Sarnoff at the Arena Stage (Washington, DC - 1977) staring Jossie De Guzman, Karen Evans, Robert Fisher, David Schechter, etc. Directed by Elizabeth Swados. Songs include: "Things I Didn't Know I Loved," "The Ballad of the Sad Cafe," "Waking This Morning," "In Dreams Begin Responsibilities," etc.
71 Nightingale, The (By G. Bolton) : Book by Guy Bolton. Music by Armand Vecsey. Lyrics by P.G. Wodehouse. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at various theatres (1926) starring Peggy Wood (Co-star of "The Sound of Music" on film), Stanley Lupino (Father of Ida Lupino), Robert Hobbs, Violet Carlson, Nicholas Joy, etc. Directed by Lewis Morton. Choreographed by Mr. Hemmer. Songs include: "Two Little Ships," "May Moon," "Days of Long Ago," "Rabbits Make Wonderful Fathers," "Last Rose of Summer," etc.
71 Nightingale, The (By J.F. Thompson) : Book by Julian F. Thompson (Adapted from the Fable of Hans Christian Anderson). Produced by The Amateur Comedy Club (NYC - No date) starring Theodore E. Steinway, Harold W. Gould, Paul Hyde Bonner, Helen Jenkins, etc.
71 Nightie Night : "A Farce" by Martha M. Stanley and Adelaide Matthews. Produced by The Knickerbocker Players at the Empire Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1921) starring Monroe O' Donnell, Edith Speare, Harold Salter, Florence Roberts, Raymond Bramley, etc. Directed by Ralph Murphy.
71 Nightmare, A : "A Well Seasoned and Delicately Spiced Concoction of Contagious Gaiety" by Ed Markey and Harry Stewart. Produced at the Olympic Theatre (NYC - 1900) starring Ed Markey, Harry Stewart, Guy Rawlston, Marion Baisley, Belle Anderson, etc. Billed with "Ed F. Rush's Victoria Burlesquers".
71 Nightmare Abbey : "A Dramatisation" by Anthony Sharp. Produced by The London Mask Theatre at the Westminster Theatre (London - 1952) starring Donald Eccles, Geoffrey Dunn, Frank Duncan, Gerald Cross, Lockwood West, Valerie Hanson, etc. Directed by John Fernald.
71 Nightstick : "A Melodrama" by John Wray, The Nugents and Elaine Sterne Carrington. Produced by Crosby Gaige at the Selwyn Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring Judith Lowry (Co-star of television's "Phyllis," etc.), Lee Patrick, Thomas Mitchell, Raymond Hackett, Kathryn Givney, Victor Kilian (Co-star of television's "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman," etc.), Harry R. Irving, etc. Directed by Crosby Gaige.
71 Nightwalk : Produced by the Open Theatre of The University of California at Campbell Hall (Santa Barbara - 1973). No cast list available.
71 Nina : "The Paris Comedy Hit" by Andre Roussin. Various productions (1951 - 62) starring Gloria Swanson, David Niven, Alan Webb, William Le Massena, Edward Everett Horton, Marta Linden, Christopher Plummer, Eugene Stuckman, Gordon Mill, Jack Hartley, Moya Fenwick, Myron Natwick, Shirley Booth, Douglas Watson, etc. Originally produced (1951) by John C. Wilson and directed by Gregory Ratoff.
71 Nina Rosa : "A Musical Play" by Otto Harbach. Music by Sigmund Romberg (Portrayed by Jose Ferrer in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart".). Lyrics by Irving Caesar. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at the Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Guy Robertson, Armida (By arrangement with Gus Edwards, who was portrayed by Bing Crosby in the 1939 fictionalized biopic, "The Star Maker".), Margaret Carlisle, Don Barclay, Yo-Hay-Tong, etc. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Songs include: "Pay Day," "The Secret of My Life," "Pizzaro Was a Very Narrow Man," "A Gaucho Love Song," etc.
71 Nine : "The Musical" by Arthur Kopit (Adapted from the Italian of Mario Fratti and the film, "81/2" by Federico Fellini). Music and lyrics by Maury Yeston. Various productions (1982 -2003) starring Raul Julia, Karen Akers, Shelly Burch, Taina Elg, Liliane Montevecchi, Anita Morris (Wife of Grover Dale), Laura Kenyon, Scott Grimes, Antonio Banderas, Mary Stuart Masterson, Jane Krakowski, Chita Rivera, etc. Originally produced by Michel Stuart, Harvey J. Karis, Roger S. Berlind, James M. Nederlander, Francine LeFrak and Kenneth D. Greenblatt at the Forty-Sixth Street Theatre (NYC). Originally directed by Tommy Tune. Originally choreographed by Thommie Walsh. Songs include: "Guido's Song," "My Husband Makes Movies," "A Call From the Vatican," "The Bells of St. Sebastion," "I Can't Make This Movie," etc.
71 Nine Pine Street : Book by John Colton and Carlton Miles (Based on a play by William Miles and Donald Blackwell). Produced by Margaret Hewes at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1933) starring Lillian Gish, Helen Claire, Janet Young, Raymond Hackett, Catherine Proctor, Clinton Sundberg (A familiar supporting player in many of the classic MGM musicals of the 1940s and 1950s), etc. Directed by A. H. Van Buren.
71 Nine Till Six : Book by Aimee and Philip Stuart. Various productions in London and on Broadway (1930) starring Gwendolyn Hammond, Millie Wolf, Sunday Wilshin, Auriol Lee, Norah Balfour, etc. Directed by Auriol Lee. Produced in London by Charles B. Cochran and on Broadway by Lee Shubert.
71 9 to 5 : "The Musical" by Patricia Resnick (Based on the 20th Century-Fox Picture - Originally produced on Broadway by Robert Greeenblat). Music and lyrics by Dolly Parton. Produced by Bill Hanney and Arianna Knapp at the North Shore Music Theatre (Beverly, Massachusetts - 2012) starring Dee Hotty, Holly Davis, Shayla Osborn, George Dvorsky, Kathy St. George, Amy Bodnar, Patrick Boyd, Jeremiah Ginn, etc Directed and choreographed by Richard Stafford.
71 Nineteen-Fifteen : or "1915". "A Musical Extravaganza" with book, music and lyrics by Theodore Friebus. Produced by The John Craig Stock Company at the Castle Square Theatre (Boston - 1909) starring George Brackett, J.P. Kellar, Wilfred Young, Sadie Tarrane, Theodore Friebus, Donald Meek, Mabel Foster, Mary Young, etc. Directed by Theodore Friebus and William Parke. Songs include: "Fiddler and the Friar," "Most Politely," "Daddy Dear', "Now the Night Bird Sinks to Rest," "The Boston Girl," "Back to My Boyhood Days," etc.
71 1959 Pink Thunderbird : Book by James McLure. Produced by the McCarter Theatre Company at the McCarter Theatre (Princeton, NJ - 1980) starring John Mansfield, Bruce Somerville, Stephen Stout, Ellen Tobie, Margo Martindale and Leslie Geraci. Directed by Nagle Jackson.
71 1940's Radio Hour, The : "A New Musical" by Walton Jones. Various productions (1979 - 92) starring Josef Sommer, Jeff Keller, Dee Dee Bridgewater, John Doolittle, Arny Freeman, David Coffee, Terry Dobson, Steve Ross, Larry Taylor, Kendall Pierson, Jim Kasserman, Larry Mott, Spencer H. Davis, Allan Katz, Fenton Katz, John Goss, Betsy Montague, Kent Erckson, etc. Originally produced (1979) by Joseph P. Harris, Ira Bernstein and Roger Berlind, directed by Walton Jones and choreographed by Thommie Walsh.
71 19th Hole, The : "The Domestic Comedy" by Frank Craven (Most famous as "The Stage Manager" in "Our Town" on stage and film). Produced by A.L. Erlanger at various theatres (1927 - 28) starring Frank Craven, Homer Barton, Marion Abbott, Howard Sidney, etc. Directed by Sam Forrest.
71 Ninety And Nine, The : Book by Ramsay Morris (Suggested by Ira D. Sankey's Hymn of the same name). Produced by Frank McKee at the Academy of Music (NYC - 1902) starring Edwin Arden, George F. Nash, Thomas H. Ince, Aubrey Beattie, Louis Egan, Robert Vernon, Helen Lackaye, etc. Directed by R. A. Roberts.
71 Ninety-Day Mistress, The : "The Comedy" by J.J. Coyle. Various productions (1967 - 71) starring Dyan Cannon (Wife of Cary Grant), Martin Milner (Co-star of television's "Adam-12"), Ruth Ford, Walter Abel, Tony Lo Bianco, Nicolas Coster, Lara Parker, Paul Jott, Laurie Franks, June Wilkinson, Rocky Suda, etc.
71 Ninety Days : "A New American Spectacular Drama" by William Gillette. Produced at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - 1893) starring Byron Douglas, Robert Vernon, Maggie Harold Davidge, Ed Chapman, Agnes Miller, etc.
71 Ninth Guest, The : "A Mystery Melodrama" by Owen Davis (Founded on a story by Gwen Bristow and Bruce Manning). Produced by A.H. Woods at the Eltinge Theatre (NYC - 1930) starring Harlan Tucker, Berton Churchill, Frank Shannon, Allan Dinehart, Brenda Dahlen, Robert Vivian, etc. Directed by Owen Davis.
71 Niobe! : "All Laughter" by Harry and Edward Paulton. Various productions (1891 - 1906) starring William F. Owen, Charles Coote, Beatrice Lieb, Carrie Turner, Vaughan Glaser, Duncan Harris, William J. Deming, W. T. Melville, Graham Henderson, Frank Russell, Lillian Lee, Alice Pixley, May Pemberton, Eleanor Carey, etc.
71 No Bed For Bacon : Book by Caryl Brahms and Ned Sherrin (From the novel by Caryl Brahms and S.J. Simon.). Music by Malcolm Williamson. Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - 1959) starring Pat Keen, Marion Grimaldi, Michael Bates, Robert Lang, Donald Pickering, Norman Tyrrell, etc. Directed by Frank Dunlop. Songs include: "Ride With the Queen," "Pick Up Your Quill, Will," "The Potato Song," "Ladies of London', "Bells of Midnight," etc.
71 No Child : "New England Premiere" by Nilaja Sun. Produced by The American Repertory Theatre (Cambridge, MA - 2007) starring Nilaja Sun. Directed by Hal Brooks.
71 No Exit : "A New Play" by Jean-Paul Sartre (Adapted from the French by Paul Bowles). Various productions (1944 - 85) starring Annabella (Wife of film star, Tyrone Power), Claude Dauphin, Ruth Ford, Henry Proach, Gordon Sterne, Olivia, Gary Bellis, Robert Callaghan, Michel Vitold, Michele Alfa, Tania Balachova, etc. Originally produced in the United States (1946) by Herman Levin and Oliver Smioth and directed by John Huston.
71 No Good Friday : Book by Athol Fugard. Produced by The School of Dramatic Art at the University of Witwatersrand at the WITS Theatre (Johannesburg, South Africa - 1988) starring Linda Ndebele, Meshack Xaba, Mickey Dube, etc. Directed by Ian Steadman.
71 No Man's Land : Book by Harold Pinter. Various productions (1975 - 81) starring John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson, Terence Rigby, Francis Guinan, John Mahoney (Co-star of television's "Frasier"), Tom Irwin, Jeff Perry and Michael Feast. The 1975 British production directed by Peter Hall. The 1981 Steppenwolf Theatre Company production directed by John Malkovich.
71 No Hard Feelings : "A New Comedy" by Sam Bobrick and Ron Clark. Produced by Orin Lehman, Joseph Kipness and Lawrence Kasha at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1973) starring Eddie Albert, Nanette Fabray, Conrad Janis (Co-star of television's "Mork and Mindy"), Stockard Channing, Beverly Dixon, A. Larry Haines, etc. Directed by Abe Burrows.
71 No More Frontier : "An American Chronicle" by Talbot Jennings. Various productions (1929 - 30) starring Barbara W. Pearson, Mary K. Sand, G. Whitfield Cook, Gibbs Penrose, Dorothy Bordon, Ruth Gillmore, Cameron King, William Castle, Charles Walters, John Beal, etc.
71 No More Ladies : "A Comedy" by A.E. Thomas. Produced by Lee Shubert at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1934) starring Melvyn Douglas, Ruth Weston, Lucile Watson, Boyd Davis, Rex O' Malley, Bradley Cass, John Bramall, etc. Directed by Harry Wagstaff Gribble.
71 No Mother To Guide Her : Book by Lillian Mortimer. Produced by The Broadway Amusement Company at Havlin's Theatre (Philadelphia - 1911) starring Edward E. Wolcott, Elmer Fritz, John Hardy, Marian Swayne, etc. Billed with "Richards and Pringle's Famous Georgia Minstrels".
71 No, No, A Million Times No : "A Bucolic Melodrama" by Eskel Crawford and Bud Tomkins. Produced at the Gainesville Little Theatre (FL - 1967) starring Tom Godey, Eleanor Broome, Ann Huffmann, Chad Reed, George Spelvin, etc. Directed by Eleanor Roberts.
71 No, No Nanette : "A Musical Comedy" by Frank Mandel and Otto Harbach. Music by Vincent Youmans. Lyrics by Otto Harbach and Irving Caesar. Various productions (1924 - 97) starring Cecil Lean, Donald Brian, Cleo Mayfield, Ona Munson ("Belle Watling" in the film, "Gone With the Wind"), Charles Winninger, Dorothy Hackney, Louise Groody, Virginia O' Brien, Julia Sanderson, Blanche Ring, Kathryn Sheldon, Grayce Thorson, Frank Lyon, Edna Preston, Ruby Keeler (Portrayed by Evelyn Keyes as the fictionalized "Julie Benson" in the 1946 biopic, "The Jolson Story". Wife of Al Jolson.), Bobby Van, Helen Gallagher, Benny Baker, Patsy Kelly, Kaye Ballard, Eddie Bracken, Lee Roy Reams, Jack Gilford, Susan Watson, Don Ameche, Evelyn Keyes, Ann B. Davis, Swen Swenson, Lainie Nelson, Darlene Anders, Jeannine Moore, Betty Bruce, Bibi Osterwald, Virginia Mayo, Dennis Day (Co-star of "The Jack Benny Program" on radio and television), Judy Canova, Betty Kean (Sister of Jane Kean), Nancy Spiegel, Violet Schneider, Marga Lopez, Sergio Corona, etc. Originally produced (1924) by H.H. Frazee, directed by Edward Royce and choreographed by Sammy Lee. The 1971 revival ("The New 1925 Musical") produced by Busby Berkeley, directed by Burt Shevelove and choreographed by Donald Saddler. Songs include: "Too Many Rings Around Rosie," "I Want to Be Happy," "No, No Nanette," "Peach on the Beach," "Tea for Two," "Telephone Girlie," "Where-Has-My-Hubby Gone Blues," "Take A Little One Step," "I've Confessed to the Breeze," "You Can Dance With Any Girl," "The Deep Blue Sea," "Pay Day Pauline," etc.
71 No Place To Be Somebody : "A Rock - 'Em - Sock - 'Em Black-Black Comedy Bursting With Life and Laughter and Anger" by Charles Gordone (1970 Pulitzer Prize). Various productions (1969 - 74) starring Chuck Daniel, Wally Taylor, Henry Baker, Marge Eliot, Ron O' Neal ( Star of "Super Fly" on film, etc.), Ronnie Thompson, Jim Ponds, Evelyn Shaw, Count Stovall, Lee Richardson, Nick Smith, Malcolm Hurd, John Henry Lewis, Betty Walker, etc. Originally produced (1969) by Joseph Papp and The New York Shakespeare Festival at the Public Theatre and directed by Ted Cornell.
71 No Questions Asked : Book by Anne Morrison Chapin. Produced by John Golden at the Masque Theatre (NYC - 1934) starring Ross Alexander (Co-star of "A Midsummer Night's Dream," etc. on film), Spring Byington (Star of television's "December Bride," etc.), Brian Donlevy (Star of "The Great McGinty," "An American Romance," etc. on film.), Dorothy Vernon, Charles Lawrence, Emma Bunting, etc. Directed by John Golden.
71 No Sex, Please - We're British : Book by Anthony Marriott and Alistair Foot. Various productions (1973 - 2009) starring Maureen O' Sullivan, Tony Tanner, Stephen Collins, J.J. Lewis, Ronald Drake, Jill Tanner, Liza Goddard, Richard Caldicot, Derek Royle, Peter Graves (Star of "Mission Impossible," "Fury," etc. on television. Brother of James Arness.), Helen Christie, Dennis Ramsden, Howard "Styx" Christ, Bruce Clayton, Jessie Lynn Coan, Alan J. Hickey, Ryan James, Allison H. Metcalf, Ken Noble, Christine A. Perry, Peter Prevete, Inge Uys, etc. Originally produced (1973) by Tom Mallow and directed by Christopher Hewett (Star of television's "Mr. Belvedere". Co-star of "The Producers" (1967) on film.).
71 No Sign Of The Dove : Book by Peter Ustinov. Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - 1954) starring Mary Savidge, Raymond Westfall, Paul Lee, Phyllida Law, Ronald Hines, etc. Directed by John Moody.
71 No Strings : "A New Musical" by Samuel Taylor. Music and lyrics by Richard Rodgers. Various productions (1962 - 63) starring Richard Kiley, Diahann Carroll, Bernice Massi, Alvin Epstein, Polly Rowles, Howard Keel, Barbara McNair, Juki Arkin, etc. Originally produced (1962) by Richard Rodgers in association with Samuel Taylor and directed and choreographed by Joe Layton. Songs include: "The Sweetest Sounds," "How Sad," "The Man Who Has Everything," "Love Makes the World Go," "Maine," "No Strings," etc.
71 No Time For Comedy : Book by S.N. Behrman. Various productions (1939 - 55) starring Katharine Cornell, Francis Lederer (Co-star of "The Bridge of San Luis Rey," "Confessions of a Nazi Spy," etc. on film.), Margalo Gillmore, John Williams (Co-star of "Dial M. For Murder," Midnight Lace," etc. on film. Co-star of television's "Family Affair," etc.) Sarah Churchill (Daughter of Winston Churchill.), Robert Carroll, Butterfly McQueen ("Prissy" in the film, "Gone With The Wind," etc.), Mark Miller (Co-star of television's "Please Don't Eat the Daisies," etc), Juliette Langdon, Mady Christians (Star of "I Remember Mama," on stage. Co -star of "All My Sons," etc.on film.), Philip Tonge, Laurence Olivier, etc. Originally produced (1939) by Katharine Cornell and The Playwright's Company and directed by Guthrie McClintic (Husband of Katharine Cornell).
71 No Time For Sergeants : "The Smash Comedy Stage Hit" by Ira Levin (Adapted from the novel by Mac Hyman). Various productions (1955 - 62) starring Andy Griffith, Myron McCormick, Roddy McDowall, Howard Freeman, Royal Beal, Robert Webber, Don Knotts, Bill Hinnant, Van Williams (Star of "Surfside Six," The Green Hornet," etc. on television.), Earle Hyman, Rex Everhart, Tucker Ashworth, Charles Hohman, William Mullaney, Charles Munro, James Hoden, King Calder, Buck Henry (Wrote the Screenplay of "The Graduate," etc. on film. Regular guest host on the early years of television's "Saturday Night Live".), Len Bullock, Terrence Evans, Jay Doyle, George Spelvin, Eric Fleming (Star of television's "Rawhide"), Will Geer ("Grandpa" on television's "The Waltons," etc.), Ossie Davis (Husband of Ruby Dee), etc. Originally produced (1955) by Maurice Evans in association with Emmett Rogers and directed by Morton Da Costa.
71 No Trees In The Street : Book by Ted Willis. Produced by the British Theatre Group in association with The Arts Council of Great Britain at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - 1948) starring Beryl Ede, Russell Waters, Arthur Lane, etc. Directed by Basil Dean.
71 No Way To Treat A Lady : "A Musical" with book, music and lyrics by Douglas J. Cohen (Based on the novel by William Goldman). Various productions (1997 - 98) starring Adam Grupper, Alix Korey, Marguerite MacIntyre, Paul Schoeffler, Maureen Silliman, Cardell Stahl, Lenny Wolpe and Ruth Williamson. Originally produced by The York Theatre Company, directed by Scott Schwartz and choreographed by Daniel Stewart. Songs include "I Need a Life," "I've Been a Bad Boy," "So Far So Good," "Front Page News," "What Shall I Sing," etc.
71 Noah : "The Great Stage Success" by Andre Obey.(Adapted by Arthur Wilmurt). Various productions (1935 - 60) starring Pierre Fresnay, Margaret Arrow, Harry Bellaver (Co -star of television's "The Naked City"), Norman Lloyd, Royal Beal, Richard Fleming, John Gielgud, Marjorie Fielding, Marius Goring, Jessica Tandy, Harry Andrews, Alec Guinness, Burgess Meredith, Edith Atwater, Paul Yost, Michael Egan, Henry Calvert, Sandy Kenyon, Jerry Silberman, Leo Feany, etc. Originally produced (1935) and directed by Jerome Mayer.
71 Noah's Flood : "The Chester Miracle Play" by Benjamin Britten. Various productions (1961 - 64) starring Francis Barnard, Norman Riggins, Marie Powers, Nancy Thomas, Owen Brannigan, Edward Baird, Phyllis Bush Thomas, etc.
71 Noble Lord, The : "An Original Farcical Comedy" by Robert Marshall. Produced at the Criterion Theatre (London - c. 1900) starring Arthur Bourchier, Weedon Grossmith, George Giddens, Annie Hughes, May Pardoe, etc. Billed with "A Charitable Bequest" by W. Newnham Davis.
71 Nobody Home : "The Season's Smartest Musical Success" by Guy Bolton and Paul Rubens. Music by Jerome Kern (Portrayed by Robert Walker in the 1946 biopic, "Till the Clouds Roll By".). Produced by The Marbury-Comstock Company at various theatres (1915 - 16) starring Tom Graves, Quentin Tod, Charles Judels, Nigel Barrie, Lawrence Grossmith, St. John Bayfield, etc. Directed by Quentin Tod. Choreographed by Quentin Tod and Helen Clarke. Songs include: "Why Take a Sandwich to a Banquet," "In Arcady," "The Magic Melody," "Back to San Francisco Town," etc.
71 Nobody Loves An Albatross : "A New Comedy" by Ronald Alexander. Various productions (1964 - 65) starring Robert Preston, Carol Rossen, Marian Winters, Phil Leeds, Frank Campanella, Richard Mulligan, Leon Janney, Constance Ford, Frank Aletter (Co-star of television's "The Cara Williams Show," etc.), Kathleen Freeman ("Phoebe Dinsmore" in the film, "Singin' in the Rain," etc.), Lee Meriwether (Miss America 1955. Co-star of television's "Batman" ("Catwoman"), "Barnaby Jones," etc.), Marge Redmond (Co-star of television's "The Flying Nun," etc. "Sarah Tucker" in the Cool Whip commercials of the 1970s.), Jame B. Sikking (Co-star of television's "Hill Street Blues," etc.), etc. Originally produced (1964) by Philip Rose and Elliot Martin and directed by Gene Saks (Husband of Beatrice Arthur).
71 Nobody's Child : "The Romantic Drama" produced at Capital Hall (No location listed - 1888) starring Mary B. Henderson, Stella Willis, Theodore Hudgins, William Plante, etc. Billed with songs by "Little Annie Bird'.
71 Nobody's Claim : "The New American Melo-Drama" by E.A. Locke. Produced at The Academy of Music (Chicago - 1883) starring Joseph J. Dowling, Richard French, John Dyllyn, Otis Shattuck, Sadie Hasson, etc.
71 Nobody's Darling : "Latest Success" by Sullivan, Harris and Woods. Produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Arthur DeVoy, Dudley Fansworth, Thomas Garrick, Robert Sanford, Lea Remonde, etc.
71 Nobody's Daughter (By C. Fulton) : or "The Ballad Singer of Wapping" by Chandos Fulton and Fred G. Maeder (Founded upon Miss Braddon's popular novel of "Diavola"). Produced at the Boston Museum (Boston, MA - No date) starring L. R. Shewell, H.B. Hudson, C.L. Farwell, Louisa Meyers, Fanny Skerritt, etc.
71 Nobody's Daughter (By G. Paston) : Book by George Paston. Produced at the New Theatre (No location listed - 1911) starring Helen Reimer, E.M. Holland, Frank Gillmore, Olive Wyndham, Mary Doyle, etc. Directed by Robert Milton.
71 Nobody's Widow : "A Farcical Romance" by Avery Hopwood. Produced by David Belasco at various theatres (1911 - 12) starring Blanche Bates, Adelaide Prince, Edith Campbell, Minor S. Watson (Minor Watson), Arthur Hyman, Henry Schuman-Heink, etc. Directed by David Belasco.
71 Noises Off : "A New Comedy" by Michael Frayn. Various productions (1983 - 2002) starring Dorothy Loudon ("Miss Hannigan" in the original Broadway production of "Annie," etc. Co-star of television's "The Garry Moore Show," etc.), Brian Murray, Paxton Whitehead, Victor Garber, Linda Thorson, Amy Wright, Deborah Rush, Douglas Seale, Patti Lupone, Peter Gallagher, Katie Finneran, T. R. Knight, Faith Prince, Phyllida Law, Benjamin Whitrow, John Quayle, John Schaefer, Geoff Urbaniak, Sue Rossman, Sandee Hudson, Christopher Benjamin, Susie Blake, Peter Egan, Selina Griffiths, Jeff Rawle, Lynn Redgrave, Natalie Walter, etc.
71 Nominee, The : "A Farce" by Leander Richardson (From the French). Produced by the Shubert Stock Company at the Bastable Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1899) starring Walter S. Craven, Robert Brunton, C. J. Johnson, P. Sousa, etc.
71 Non- Stop Revue : "Fourth Edition" by D. P. Chaudhuri. Music and lyrics by Cyril Manning, George Edge, Dorian Summers, Gordon Courtney, C.P. Whitley, Margaret Morris and Joan Grantham. Produced by D.P. Chaudhuri at the Irving Theatre (London - 1957) starring Sally Malone, Jill Gascoine, Trevor Griffiths, Toni Rees, Erica Ragless, etc. Directed by D.P. Chaudhuri. Choreographed by Barry Grantham. Songs include: "On Call," "Let Yourselves Go," "Born to Blush Unseen," "Just to Tease," "Ottomania," "United Notions," "Jungle Tit Bits," etc.
71 Nona : "A Romantic Farce" by Gladys Unger. Produced by Peggy Fears at the Avon Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Lenore Ulric, Millard F. Mitchell (Millard Mitchell - Most famous as "R. F. Simpson" in the film, "Singin' in the Rain," etc.), Hans Hansen, Patricia Calvert, Dudley Hawley, Arthur Margetson, etc. Directed by Burk Symon.
71 Noose, The : Book by Willard Mack (From a story by H.H. Van Loan). Produced by Henry B. Harris at the Hudson Theatre (NYC - 1926) starring Lester Lonergan, Ralph Locke, Rex Cherryman, Mae Clarke (Co star of "The Public Enemy," etc. on film), Barbara Stanwyck, George Nash, George Barnum, Hans Robert, etc. Directed by Willard Mack.
71 Nordeck : "Popular and Romantic Drama" by Frank Mayo and David Wilson. Produced at the Utica Opera House (Utica, NY - 1886) starring Frank Mayo (Most famous for his stage portrayals of "Davy Crockett" and Mark Twain's "Pudd'nhead Wilson"), J.H. Taylor, Alice Lorimer, Kathryn Kidder, Edwin Frank, Alice J. Fisher, etc.
71 Normal Heart, The : Book by Larry Kramer. Various productions (1986 - 2011) starring Donald Berman, Stephen Rowe, Jack Kenny, Malcolm Groome, Neil Zevnik, Ellen Barkin, Patrick Breen, Mark Harelik, John Benjamin Hickey, Luke MacFarlane, Joe Montello, Lee Pace, Jim Parsons, Richard Topol, Wayne Alan Wilcox, etc.
71 Norman Conquests, The : "The Event of the Season" by Alan Ayckbourn. Various productions (1974 - 75) starring Tom Courtenay, Michael Gambon, Penelope Keith, Felicity Kendal, Mark Kingston, Bridget Turner, Ronald Pickup, Julian Holloway, Ivor Danvers, Richard Benjamin, Paula Prentiss (Wife of Richard Benjamin), Ken Howard, Estelle Parsons, Barry Nelson, Carole Shelley, etc. All productions directed by Eric Thompson.
71 Norman, Is That You? : "A Hilarious Comedy" by Ron Clark and Sam Bobrick. Various productions (c. 1970 - 80) starring James Wheaton, Richard Henry Holmes, Douglas Brown, Eugene Lee, Kevin Brooks Winkler, Harvey Korman ("The Carol Burnett Show," etc. ), Robert Browning, Don Sparks, Gwen Humble, Evelyn Page, etc.
71 North Light : "A Romantic Drama" by Joe King. Incidental music by Charles Keaton. Produced by Joe King at Reynold's Auditorium (Winston-Salem, NC - 1953) starring Hurd Hatfield (Most famous for "The Picture of Dorian Gray" etc. on film), Melinda Markey, Clarence Derwent, etc. Directed by Edgar Kloten.
71 Northern Lights : "The Picturesque American Drama" by James W. Harkens, Jr. and Edwin Barbour. Various productions (1896 - 1904) starring William Courtleigh, Clarence Handyside, George A. Wright, Harry Mills, Grace Atwell, Justin Paige, Earl Ryder, Vaughan Glaser, Roy Atwell, Frank Beal, etc.
71 Not As Sleepwalkers : "A Special Staged Event With Music" by the women in the New Moves Workshop at the Woman's Building (Los Angeles - No date). Produced by "Artists in Prison, Inc.". Directed by Jeremy Blahnik.
71 Not For Children : "A New Comedy" by Elmer Rice. Various productions (1936 - 51) starring Richard Wheeler, Kirk Willis, Sylvia Paige, Raymond Tyson, Clarence Kavanaugh, Betty Field, Elliott Nugent, J. Edward Bromberg, Ann Thomas, etc.
71 Not Herbert! : "A Comedy of the Night" by Howard Irving Young. Produced by "The Playshop" (Dedicated to the American Playwright) at the Klaw Theatre (NYC - 1926) starring Neil Pratt, Raymond Bramley, Isabel Leighton, Clara Palmer, William Corbett, Helene Michell, etc. Directed by Edwin Maxwell.
71 Not In Our Stars : Book by George H. Corey. Produced by The Experimental Theatre at the Biltmore Theatre (NYC - 1941) starring Frances Reid, Ruth Thane McDevitt (Ruth McDevitt), Walter Burke, Loring Smith, Harold Vermilyea, James Furness, John Ireland, Robert Lindsey, etc.
71 Not In The Book : Book by Arthur Watkyn. Various productions (1958 - 62) starring Avice Landon, Peter French, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Sydney Tafler, etc. Directed by Nigel Patrick.
71 Not Now Darling : "A Romp" by Ray Cooney and John Chapman. Various productions (1969 - 80) starring Robert Lydiard, Alynne Amkraut, Regis Bowman, Derek Farr, Joe Baker (Co-star of television's "The Kopycats"), Bridget McConnell, Tom Gill, Norman Wisdom, M' El Dowd, Rex Garner, Leslie Phillips, Diana Coupland, Rona Anderson, Ray Cooney, etc.
71 Not So Bad AS We Seem : "A Comedy" by Bulwer Lytton. Produced in London (No date) starring Ralph Anderson, Neville Lytton, Ivor Novello, J.E. Harold Terry, A.A. Milne (Creator of "Winie the Pooh," etc.), Gerald Duckworth, Rebecca West, etc. Directed by Nigel Playfair.
71 Not So Long Ago : "A Romantic Comedy of the Early (18)70's" by Arthur Richman. Various productions (1920 - 21) starring John Gray, Margaret Mosier, Eva Le Gallienne, Thomas Mitchell, Sidney Blackmer, John Bassett, etc. All productions produced by Lee and J.J. Shubert and directed by Edward Eisner.
71 Nothing But Love : "The Smart Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Frank Stammers. Music by Harold Orlob. Produced by Maddock and Hart at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1919) starring Easton Yonge, Marion Sunshine, Ruby Norton, Andrew Tombes, Clarence Nordstrom, Mignon Reed, Gracie La Rue, etc. Directed by Frank Stammers. Choreographed by David Bennett.
71 Nothing But The Truth : "A New Farcical Comedy" by Jame Montgomery (From the novel of Frederick Isham). Produced by H.H. Frazee at various theatres (1916) starring William Collier, Rapley Holmes, Morgan Coman, Ned A. Sparks (Ned Sparks), Arnold Lucy, Mary Harper, Margaret Brainard, etc.
71 Nothing Exists : "The Struggle of an Artist" produced by Theater for the New City (NYC - NO date) starring Copernicus (Joseph Smalkowski).
71 Nothing On : Book by Robin Housemonger. Produced at the Grand Theatre (Weston-Super-Mare, England - 1994) starring Dotty Otley, Garry LeJeune, Brooke Ashton, etc. Directed Lloyd Dallas.
71 Notorious Mrs. Ebbsmith, The : Book by A.W. Pinero. Produced at various theatres (1902 - 07) starring Mrs. Patrick Campbell (Beatrice Stella Tanner), George Arliss, Ben Webster, Florence Wells, Arthur Bromley Davenport, Lucie Milner, etc.
71 Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep : "A New Play" by Elaine Ryan (From the novel by Ludwig Bemelmans). Produced by Nancy Stern and George Nichols, 3rd at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1950) starring Fredric March, Florence Eldridge (Wife of Fredric March), Milton Parsons, Henry Lascoe, Charles Chaplin, Jr., Richard Abbott, Norman Barrs, Rene Paul, Roy Poole, etc. Directed by Hume Cronyn.
71 Now Is The Time For All Good Men : "A Musical" with book and lyrics by Gretchen Cryer. Music by Nancy Ford. Various productions (c. 1970) starring John Bennett Perry (Father of Matthew Perry), Donna Curtis, Sally Niven, Art Wallace, Avril Gentles, Bill Abrams, etc. Songs include; "Tea in the Rain," "Halloween Hayride," "See Everything New," "It Was Good Enough for Grandpa," "On My Own," etc.
71 Now Listen : "A Musical Comedy" by Adrian S. Perrin. Music by Louis Cheney. Produced by The Masqueraders of the University of Florida (Gainesville - 1924) starring Philip Conroy, Pete Harris, Sid Wilson, Keith Bittle, Jimmy Brumby, Lem Woods, etc, Directed by Adrian S. Perrin. Songs include: "Polo," "I Want You," "A Regular Girl," "I Never Knew," etc.
71 Now You've Done It : "A Comedy" by Mary Coyle Chase. Produced by Brock Pemberton at Henry Miller's Theatre (NYC - 1937) starring Richard Carlson (Star of "The Creature from the Black Lagoon," etc. on film. Star of television's "I Led Three Lives," etc.), George Lessey, Barbara Robbins, Evelyn Varden, Jane Bancroft, etc. Directed by Antoinette Perry.
72 Nude With Violin : "A New Comedy" by Noel Coward. Various productions (1957 - 58) starring Noel Coward, Morris Carnovsky, Joyce Carey, Luba Mallina, Angela Thornton, Iola Lynn, John Ainsworth, Mona Washbourne, Michael Wilding, David Horne, Ann Castle, etc. Originally produced (1957) by H.M. Tennent and directed by John Gielgud and Noel Coward.
72 Nuit Creole : Produced at Fete Paree et Masquee (Paris - 1925) to benefit the Russian refuges in Paris.
72 Number, The : "A New Melodrama" by Arthur Carter. Produced by Paul Vroom and Irving Cooper at various theatres (1951) starring Dane Clark, Eleanor Lynn, Murvyn Vye, Jennie Goldstein, Luis Van Rooten, Louise Larabee, Peggy Nelson, Martha Scott, etc. Directed by George Abbott.
72 Number Our Days : "World Premiere" by Suzanne Grossmann (Based on the book by Barbara Myerhoff). Produced at the Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles - 1982) starring John Randolph, Michael Fox, Hale Porter, Frances Bay, Gordon Haight, etc. Directed by John Hirsch.
72 Number 7 : "A Joyous Melodrama" by J. Jefferson Farjeon. Produced by Earl Carroll at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1926) starring William Gregory, J.W. Austin, Eden Gray, Austin Fairman, Reginald Barlow, etc. Directed by Earl Carroll and Henry Stillman.
72 Number 355 : "The Powerful Play" by Anna Goldmark Gross. Produced by Ernest Shuter and Charles H. Bauer at the Shubert-Garrick Theatre (NYC - 1917) starring Joseph Rawley, Joseph Monahan, Helen Holmes, Robert Thorne, William F. Canfield, John Saunders, etc. Directed by Howard Hall.
72 Nunkie : "A New Play" by John E. Hazzard. Incidental music by Charles Previn. Produced by Alfred E. Aarons at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1919) starring Richard Farrell. Myrtle Tannehill, Joseph Striker, Mattie Ferguson, etc. Directed by Herbert Gresham (Stage director for Klaw and Erlanger).
72 Nunsense : "A Musical Comedy" with book, music and lyrics by Dan Goggin. Various productions (1986 - 98) starring Helen Baldassare, Kaye Ballard, Michaela Hughes, Marcia Lewis, Jay P. Morgan (Recording star and regular panelist on television's "The Gong Show," etc.), Christine Anderson, Marilyn Farina, Susan Gordon-Clark, Marilyn Farina, Semina De Laurentis, Pitty Jennings, Cathi Heidel, Helga Gregory, Jackie Gill, Chistine Vannacore, Marsha Miller, Candy Coburn, Julie Harris, Mary Jo Catlett, Nancy Johnston, Julie James, Barbara Larsen, etc. Originally produced (1986) by Joseph Hoesl, Bill Crowder and The Nunsense Theatrical Company and directed by Dan Goggin. Choreographed by Felton Smith. Songs include: "Growing Up Catholic," "Playing Second Fiddle," "I Could've Gone to Nashville," "Holier Than Thou," etc.
72 Nunsense 2 : "All-New Sequel" with book, music and lyrics by Dan Goggin. Various productions (1994 - 2012) starring Christine Anderson, Kimberly Galberaith, Sarah Knapp, Katty Robinson, Donna M. Ryan, Celia Bills, Amanda Harding, Megan Hilt, Rebekah Leppert, Sarah Rzepecki, etc. Songs include: "The School Band," "The Stoning of Mary Magdelene," "The Biggest Still Ain't The Best," "I've Got Pizazz," "The Padre Polka," "What Would Elvis Do?," "There's Only On Way to end Your Prayers, "The Prima Ballerina," "A Hat and Cane Song,"etc.
72 Nunsense 3 : "The Jamboree" with book, music and lyrics by Dan Goggin. Produced at the Victoria Theatre (Dayton, Ohio - 1998) starring Georgia Engel (Co- star of television's "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," etc.). Directed by Dan Goggin.
72 Nurse Marjorie : "The New Comedy" by Israel Zangwell. Produced at the Liberty Theatre (NYC - 1906) starring Eleanor Robson, H.B. Warner (Portrayed "Jesus Christ" in the original 1927silent film, "King of Kings". Most famous as "Mr. Gower" in the film, "It's a Wonderful Life".), Reuben Fax, Leslie Kenyon, Hassard Short, Ada Dwyer, etc. Directed by Charles Cartwright.
72 Nut Farm, The : "A Comedy" by John C. Brownell. Produced by the Syracuse Players at the Empire Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1930) starring Mable Fields, Thomas McQuillan, Eric Clavering, Hal Brown, etc. Directed by W. Olathe Miller.
72 Nuts : Book by Tom Topor. Produced by Stevie Phillips in association with Universal Pictures at the Biltmore Theatre (NYC - 1980) starring Anne Twomey, Gregory Abels, Dave Florek, Linda Howes, Richard Zobel, Hansford Rowe, etc. Directed by Stephen Zuckerman.
72 Nymph Errant : "A Play with Music" by Romney Brent (From the novel by James Laver). Music and lyrics by Cole Porter (Portrayed by Cary Grant in the 1946 biopic," Night and Day," by Ron Randell in "Kiss Me Kate" (1953) and by Kevin Kline in the 2004 biopic, "De-Lovely".). Produced by Charles B. Cochran at the Adelphi Theatre (London - 1933) starring Gertrude Lawrence (Portrayed by Julie Andrews in the 1968 biopic, "Star".), Betty Hare, Ralph Roberts, Iris Ashley, Moya Nugent, Austin Taylor, May Agate, David Burns, Walter Crisham, etc. Directed by Romney Brent. Choreographed by Agnes de Mille. Songs include: "Experiment," "It's Bad for Me," "Georgia Sand". "The Physician," "Plumbing". etc.
72 O : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection. See "Shakespeare Collection - Modern Adaptations".
72 O Evening Star! : Book by Zoe Akins. Produced by Harry Moses at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1936) starring Jobyna Howland, Foster J. Williams, Frank Fenton, Grace Fox, Josie Intropidi, Eddie Albert, Ezra Stone (Star of radio's "Henry Aldrich" series, etc.), etc. Directed by Leontine Sagen.
72 O Mistress Mine : "A Comedy" by Terrence Rattigan. Various productions (1946 - 48) starring Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne (Wife of Alfred Lunt), Esther Mitchell, Dick Van Patten (Star of television's "Eight is Enough," etc), Ann Lee, Gertrude Lawrence (Portrayed by Julie Andrews in the 1968 biopic, "Star".), John Loder, John Kerr, Murial Williams, Helen Carew, etc. Originally produced (1946) by The Theatre Guild and John C. Wilson and directed by Alfred Lunt.
72 O Oysters!!! : "A New Revue" with book and lyrics by Eric Blau. Additional material by Bill Heyer. Music by Doris Schwerin. Additional music by Jacques Brel, Harold Beebe, John Kander and Danny Meehan. Produced by Art D' Lugoff and Eric Blau at the Village Gate (NYC - 1961) starring Bill Heyer, Zale Kessler, Danny Meehan, Louise Troy, Jon Voight and Elly Stone. Directed by William Francisco. Choreographed by Don Marsh. Songs include: "I'm Afraid," "Keep Off the Grass," "Do Not Go Away," "Carousels and Cotton Candy," etc.
72 O! Schwiegermama! : Book by F. Herrman. Produced at the Amberg Theater (Germany - 1889).
72 Oak And Ivy : Book by Kathleen McGhee-Anderson. Produced by The Human Race Theatre Company (Dayton, Ohio - 1994) starring Wesley Hill, Alicia Hunter Lewis, Christina Lewis, Gary Barker, Paul James Bowen, etc. Directed by Shirley Basfield Dunlap.
72 Oba Koso : "The Yoruba Musical" by Duro Ladipo. Produced by Duro Ladipo's National Theatre (Direct from Nigeria) at various theatres (1975) starring Olayemi Aina, Aremu Omioye, Alake Makinde, etc. Directed by Duro Ladipo.
72 O' Brien Girl, The : "Mary's Big Musical Sister" by Otto Harbach. Music by Lou Hirsch. Lyrics by Frank Mandel. Produced by George M. Cohan's Comedians (George M. Cohan was portrayed by James Cagney in the 1942 biopic,"Yankee Doodle Dandy" and the 1955 biopic, "The Seven Little Foys" and by Mickey Rooney in the 1957 television special, "Mr. Broadway".) at various theatres (1921 - 22) starring Ada Mae Weeks, Georgia Caine, Fritzi Scheff, James Marlowe, Kay Carleton, Oscar Figman, Finita De Soria, Andrew Tombes, etc. Directed by Julian Mitchell and John Meehan under the supervision of George M. Cohan. Songs include: "Curiosity," "I'll Treat You Just Like a Sister," "Partners," "I Wonder How I Ever Passed You By," etc.
72 Obsession : Book by Louis Verneuil (Adapted by Jane Hinton). Produced by Homer Curran in association with Russell Lewis and Howard Young at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1946) starring Basil Rathbone (Most famous as "Sherlock Holmes" in the classic film series.) and Eugenie Leontovich (Star of "I Remember Mama," etc. on stage. "All My Sons," etc. on film.). Directed by Reginald Denham. Gowns by Adrian.
72 Octoroon, The : or "Life in Louisiana" by Dion Boucicault. Produced at the Phoenix Theatre (NYC - 1961) starring Juliet Randall, Gerry Jedd, Vinnette Carroll, Franklin Cover, Alan Weeks, etc. Directed by Stuart Vaughan.
72 Octoroons : "The Only One" by John W. Isham. Produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1896) starring Tommy Carter, Florence Ellsworth, Willie Ford, etc. Directed by John W. Isham. "The Following specialties will be introduced between the races": "Hot Tamale Alley," "My Gal is a High Born Lady," "The Hottest Nigger in Town," "A Trip to Coney Island," etc.
72 Odd Couple, The : "Comedy Hit" by Neil Simon. Various productions (1965 - 80) starring Art Carney, Walter Matthau, Nathaniel Frey, Paul Dooley, Carole Shelley, Monica Evans, Sidney Armus, John Fiedler, George Gobel, Phil Foster (Co -star of television's LaVerne and Shirley," etc.), Dan Dailey, Richard Benjamin, Roger L. Simon, Bob Smedley, Frank Vrooman, Bill Stevens, Lyle Talbot (Co-star of television's "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet," etc.), Harvey Stone, Elliott Reid, Pat Paulsen (Presidential candidate 1968 - 72 and co-star of "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour," etc.), Mark Shapiro, Peter Boyle, Alan North (Co - star of television's "Police Squad," etc.), Mark Dawson, Carlton Laverty, Bill Story, Howard Crossley, Robert C. Wilson, John Parker, Jerry Fitzpatrick, Eddie Bracken, Mike Kellin, Ralph Williams, Pat Hingle, Hal March (Host of television's The $64,000 Question, etc.), Jackie Coogan, Jame R. Sweeney, Robert Saxen, Sherman Hemsley, Andre Pavon, Robert Moran, Charlie Jobes, Luje Pauley, Richard Bell, Norman Leger, Don Jason, Rita Barnes, Pamela Abinet, etc. Originally produced (1965) by Saint Subber and directed by Mike Nichols.
72 Odd Man In : Book by Claude Magnier. Produced by The Guild Players at Trader Glick's Dinner Theatre (Jacksonville, Fl - No date) starring Margaret Oehlbeck, Robert Bryant and Tom Russell. Directed by Robert Bryant.
72 Odd Trick! : Produced at the Academy of Music (Chicago - 1873) starring John K. Mortimer, J.F. Dean, J.B. Everham, Frank Hartwell, Lotta Frawley, etc.
72 Odds and Ends Of 1917 : "Chummy Musical Revue" by Bide Dudley and Jack Norworth (Portrayed by Dennis Morgan in the 1944 biopic, "Shine On Harvest Moon"). Music and lyrics by Bide Dudley, Jack Norworth and James Byrnes. Interpolated songs by Weston and Lee. Produced at the Bijou Theatre (NYC - 1917) starring Jack Norworth, Lillian Lorraine, Harry Watson, Jr., etc.
72 Ode To Liberty : "A Comedy" by Sidney Howard (Adapted from "Liberte Provisoire" by Michel Duran). Various productions (1934 - 35) starring Ina Claire, Walter Slezak, Roy Gordon, Paul McGrath, Nicholas Joy, Jess Barker (Husband of Susan Hayward), Ilka Chase, etc. Directed by Sidney Howard. Originally produced (1934) by Gilbert Miller.
72 O' Dowd's Neighbors : "The Operatic Musical Farce Comedy" produced at the Blanchard Opera House (Montpelier, VT - No date) starring Roger Dolan, Tony P. Riggs, James Thornton, Belle Dolan, Marie Cahill, Mark Murphy, etc.
72 Odysseus And The Women : "A Comedy for the Reading Theater" by Didier Graeffe. Produced by the University of Florida Department of Humanities at the Medical Sciences Building Auditorium (Gainesville - 1965) starring Margaret Beistle and Michael Doyle.
72 Odyssey : "A New Musical Comedy" by Erich Segal (Author of "Love Story," etc.). Music by Mitch Leigh (Also famous as the composer of the "Nobody Doesn't Like Sara Lee" commercial jingle.). Produced by The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts at the Ahmanson Theatre (Los Angeles - 1975) starring Yul Brynner, Joan Diener, Russ Thacker, Greg Bell, etc. Directed by Albert Marre (Husband of Joan Diener.), Choreographed by Billy Wilson. Songs include: "Wherever You Are," "Show Me the Sun', "How Could I Dare," "I Was Wrong," etc.
72 Oedipus At Colonus : Book by Sophocles (Translated by Paul Roche). Produced by Theatre 13 (No location or date listed) starring John Chase, Judith Alperin, Judy French, Valerie Sorelle, etc. Directed by Kenneth Smith.
72 Oedipus At The Crossroads : Book by Jeremy Kingston. Produced by The Kings Head Theatre Club in association with Richard Jackson (London - No date) starring Nicky Henson, Raymond Westwell, John Bott, etc. Directed by Robert Gillespie.
72 Oedipus Rex : Book by Sophocles. Various adaptations, translations and productions (1912 - 2011) starring Sir John Martin-Harvey, Fred Grove, Miriam Lewes, Richard Allen, Samuel E. Wright, Blanche Yurka, Frederic Tozere, Eugene O' Neill, Jr., Henry Irvine, Art Smith, Bernard Miles, Frank Barrie, Norman Henry, Vernon Oaks, Joy Shelton, Douglas Campbell, Eric House, William Hutt, Edmund Gilbert, Lee Henry, James (B.) Sikking (Co- star of television's "Hill Street Bluse," etc.), Barry Kroeger, Florida Friebus (Co - star of television's "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis," etc.), Laurence Olivier, Harry Andrews, Ralph Richardson, Joyce Redman, Margaret Leighton, Martin Harvey, Louis Calvert, Len Cariou, Ellin Gorky, John Campion, Michael Potts, etc.
72 Oedipus Seneca : Book by Lucius Anthony Seneca (Adapted by Ted Hughes from a translation by David Anthony Turner). Various productions (c. 1977) starring Colin Blakely, Helen Bourne, Neil Fitzpatrick, John Geilgud, Jeremy Rowe, Irene Worth, Stephen Borst, Ron Guttman, John Holmes, etc.
72 Oedipus Tyrannus : Book by Sophocles. Music by Katina Paxinou. Produced by Guthrie McClintic and The National Theatre of Greece at the Mark Hellinger Theatre (NYC - 1952) starring Alexis Minotis, Katinal Paxinou, Basil Kanakis, etc. Directed by Alexis Minotis. Choreographed by Agapi Evangelidou.
72 Oeuf, Le : "L'Oeuf" by Felicien Marceau. Produced at Theatre De L' Atelier (Paris - 1956 - 57) starring Jacques Duby, Marcel d' Orval, Brigitte Barbier, Albert Remy, etc. Directed by D' Andre Barsacq.
72 Of All Things : Sketches by Seymour Bloom, David Crantz and Ernest Motyl. Music and lyrics by Ken Welch. Additional numbers by George Youngling, George Bauer, Edward Redding and Seymour Bloom. Produced at The Playhouse (NYC - 1949) starring Mel Davidson, Gloria Abdou, Lu Berry, Nina Korda, George Eisenhower, etc. Directed by Frederick Burleigh. Choreographed by Frank Wagner. Songs include: "A Wonderful Time," "Travellin' Man," "The Poppy Girl," "Looking for the Girl," "Spring Came Early," "The End of a Love Affair," etc.
72 Of Kings And Queens : "An Evening With British Monarchs, 1152 - 1603" by Edith Owen. Produced at the University of Witwatersrand Performing Arts Centre (Johannesburg, South Africa - 1982). Directed by Edith Owen.
72 Of Mice And Men : Book by John Steinbeck. Various productions (1937 - 96) starring Broderick Crawford, Wallace Ford (Co-star of "The informer," etc. on film), Claire Luce, Thomas Findlay, Will Geer ("Grandpa" on television's "The Waltons"), Lewis Arlt, Mike Genovese, Jackie Parker, Edward Andrews, Guy Robertson, Lester Damon, Gary Sinise, John Malkovich, John Mahoney, Joan Allen, Tom Irwin, James Pickering, Daniel Mooney, Richard Ramos, Peter Michael Goetz, Robert Patrik Thompson, James Borda, Robert Ellis, Laurence Payne, Norman Tyrrell, John Neville, Charles Gerace, George Hansen, etc. Originally produced (1937) by Sam H. Harris and directed by George S. Kaufman. A musical dramatization (c. 1990) was produced by The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and the Houston Grand Opera Association with book, music and lyrics by Calisle Floyd and directed by Frank Corsaro.
72 Of Sugar And Spice : "An Intimate Musical Revue" by G. Wood. Produced in NYC (No date) starring Alice Ghostley, William Putch (Husband of Jean Stapleton), Maxine Lee, Archie Lang, Alice Sobel, Norval Tormsen, etc. Directed by G. Wood. Choreographed by Maxine Lee and Alice Sobel. Songs include: "My Lover in Liverpool," "Sweater With a Letter," "Lace Lingerie," "Sugar Coated Cookies," "I've Done It," etc.
72 Of Thee I Sing : "A New Musical Comedy" by George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind. Music by George Gershwin (Portrayed by Robert Alda in the 1945 biopic, "Rhapsody in Blue"). Lyrics by Ira Gershwin (Portrayed by Herbert Rudley in the 1945 biopic, "Rhapsody in Blue"). Various productions (1931 - 2004) starring William Gaxton, Lois Moran, Victor Moore, Dudley Clements, George Murphy, Florenz Ames, Grace Brinkley, Jack Carson, Paul Hartman ("Emmett the Fix-It Man" on "The Andy Griffith Show " and "Mayberry RFD," etc.), Jack Whiting, Lenore Lonergan, Betty Oakes, Howard Freeman, J. Pat O' Malley, Loring Smith, Jim Rupp, Kent Marler, Dan LeVan, Fred Berman, Hal Blankenship, Ron Bohmer, Nick Corley, Wally Dunn, Adam Grupper, Richard Poe, etc. Original production (1931) produced by Sam H. Harris, directed by George S. Kaufman and choreographed by Georgie Hale. The 1952 revival produced by Chandler Cowles and Ben Segal, directed by George S. Kaufman and choreographed by Jack Donohue (With costumes by Irene Sharaff.). Songs include: "Wintergreen for President," "The Dimple on My Knee," "Never Was There a Girl So Fair," "Love is Sweeping the Country," "Of Thee I Sing," "Who Cares?," etc.
72 Off Chance, The : "The New Comedy" by R.C. Carton. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1918 - 19) starring Ethel Barrymore, Cyril Keightley, Albert Gran, Eva Le Gallienne, Louise Worthington, William Boyd ("Hopalong Cassidy"), Albert Gran, etc.
72 Off The Top : "A New Musical Revue" produced at The Playhouse (NYC - 1957) starring Geri Anesin, Betty Bailey, Eddie Lane, William Glennon, etc. Music and lyrics by Charles Strouse and Lee Adams. Directed by Frederick Burleigh. Choreographed by Bob Haddad. Songs include: "I'm in Love With a Stagehand," "Follow Me," "These Things I Know Are True," "Devil's Child," "Once Upon a Time," "Freudian Calypso," etc.
72 Office Boy, The : "A Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Harry B. Smith (From the French of Maurice or Donneau and Paul Gavault). Music by Ludwig Englander. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham at the Olympic Theatre (NYC - 1904) starring Frank Daniels, Alfred Hickman, Sydney Toler (The second non-Asian actor to portray "Charlie Chan" on film), Gilbert Clayton, Marion Harte, etc. Songs include: "Bohemia," "The Proper Way to Kiss," "Plain Mamie O' Hooley," "I'm On the Water Wagon Now," "If I Were the Bride of a Soldier," etc.
72 Officer 666 : "A Melodramatic Farce" by Augustin MacHugh. Various productions (1912 - 14) starring George Nash, Edward Abeles, Percy Ames, Elsie Glynn, Francis McGinn, Wallace Eddinger, Vivian Martin, Alvah D. Simms, Reginald Denny, Ralph Murphy, Albert Roscoe, Ralph Newman, Carson Davenport, Helen Greene, John Arthur, Joseph Allen, etc. Originally produced in 1912 by Cohan and Harris.
72 Ogre, The : "A New Play" by Henry Arthur Jones. Produced in London (No specific location or date listed) starring George Alexander, A.E. Matthews, Sydney Valentine, Gladys Cooper, etc.
72 Oh, Art! Oh, Memory! : "A Tribute to Laurie Colwin" by Kathryn Gallagher and Tina Thuerwachter. Produced by the City Lit Theatre Company at the Chicago Cultural Center (No date) starring Michele Adams, Gavin Witt, Joan Marshall, Seth Jacobs, etc. Directed by Kathryn Gallagher and Tina Thuerwachter.
72 Oh, Boy! : "Musical Comedy Success" with book and lyrics by Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse. Music by Jerome Kern (Portrayed by Robert Walker in the 1946 biopic, "Till The Clouds Roll By"). Produced by The Comstock-Elliott Company at various theatres (1917 - 18) starring Henry Dornton, Josephine Harriman, Louise Cook, Joseph Santley, Trixie Bush, Harry Quealy, Lillian Baker, Eileen Wilson, Bessie Sessions, Carl Lyle, Lynne Overman, Edna May Oliver, Ernest Gluck, James E. Rome, Lora Sonderson, etc. Directed by Robert Milton and Edward Royce. Songs include: "Let's Make a Night of It," "A Package of Seeds," "An Old Fashioned Wife," "Till the Clouds Roll By," "A Pal Like You," "Nesting Time," etc.
72 Oh, Brother! : "A New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Donald Driver. Music by Michael Valenti. Produced by Zev Bufman and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (Washington, DC - 1981) starring Bruce Adler, David-James Carroll, Harry Groener, Judy Kaye, Larry Marshall, Mary (Elizabeth) Mastrantonio, Richard B. Shull, Alan Weeks, etc. Directed by Donald Driver. Choreographed by Ahmed Hussien.
72 Oh! Calcutta! : The World's Longest Running Erotic Stage Musical" by Kenneth Tynan with contributions from Samuel Beckett, Jules Feiffer, Jean-Luc Godard, John Lennon, Sam Shepard, Tennessee Williams, Peter Schickele, etc. Music and lyrics by The Open Window. Various productions (1969 - 89) starring Alan Rachins, Nancy Tribush, Martin Speere, Robert Benton, Julie Ridge, William Thomas, Ann Neville, Michael V. Doane, Simon McQueen, Raina Barrett, Mark Dempsey, Bill Macy (Co-star of television's "Maude," etc.), Leon Russom, Brenda Arnau, Anthony Booth, etc. Originally produced (1969) by Hillard Elkins, Michael White and Gordon Crowe, directed by Jacques Levy and choreographed by Margo Sappington. Songs include: "Taking Off the Robe," "Suite for Five Letters," "You and I," "Delicious Indignities," etc.
72 Oh Captain! : "The New Musical Comedy" by Al Morgan and Jose Ferrer (Based on an original screen play by Alec Coppel). Music and lyrics by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans. Various productions (1958 - 59) starring Tony Randall, Abbe Lane (Wife of bandleader Xavier Cugat), Edward Platt ("The Chief" on television's "Get Smart," etc.), Alexandra Danilova, Stanley Carlson, Susan Johnson, Bruce Mackay, Murray Matheson, Wilbur Evans, Lola Fisher, Denise Darcel, Martyn Green ("The World's foremost authority and performer of the works of Gilbert and Sullivan"), Doretta Morrow, Alice Nunn, etc. Originally produced (1958) by Howard Merrill, directed by Jose Ferrer and choreographed by James Starbuck. Songs include: "Life Does a Man a Favor," "Femininity," "It's Never Quite the Same," "The Morning Music of Montmartre," "All the Time," "You're So Right for Me," etc.
72 Oh Coward! : Book by Roderick Cook. Music and lyrics by Noel Coward. Various productions (1973-2000) starring Barbara Cason, Roderick Cook, Jamie Ross, Lou George, Bonni Jones and Paris Peet. Songs include: "Poor Little Rich Girl," "Zigeuner," "The Stately Homes of England," "London Pride," "Saturday Night at the Rose and Crown," "Has Anybody Seen Our Ship?', "Mad Dogs and Englishman," "Gertie," "Mad About the Boy," "Someday I'll Find You," "I'll See You Again," etc.
72 Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mamma's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feelin' So Sad : Book by Arthur Kopit. Music by Robert Prince. Various productions (1963 - 64) starring Hermione Gingold, Alix Elias, Sam Waterston, Sandor Szabo, Helen Wayne Rauh, Paul Bernath, Rene Paul, Wilmarose Ragsdale, Don Byrd, Dave Munro, Elizabeth Wilson, Ian Wilder, Nanette Madgett, James Good, Jo Van Fleet, Austin Pendleton, Barbara Harris, Barry Primus, etc. Originally produced (1963) by the Phoenix Theatre and directed by Jerome Robbins.
72 Oh, I Say! : "A Musical Comedy" by Keroul and Barre (Author of the Original French Play). Adapted by Sydney Blow and Douglas Hoare. Music by Jerome D. Kern (Portrayed by Robert Walker in the 1946 biopic, "Till the Clouds Roll By"). Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at the Hyperion Theatre (NYC - c. 1914) starring Taylor Holmes, Nellie King, Tyler Brooks, Ray Dodge, etc. Directed by J.C. Huffmann. Choreographed by Julian Alfred. Songs include: "The Old Clarinet," "Alone At Last," "A Wife of Your Own," "I Know and She Knows," "Well, This is Jolly," etc.
72 Oh, Kay! : "The New Musical Comedy" by Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse. Music by George Gershwin (Portrayed by Robert Alda in the 1945 biopic, "Rhapsody in Blue"). Lyrics by Ira Gershwin (Portrayed by Herbert Rudley in the 1945 biopic, "Rhapsody in Blue"). Various productions (1926 - 90) starring Gertrude Lawrence (Portrayed by Julie Andrews in the 1968 biopic, "Star"), Oscar Shaw, Victor Moore, Betty Compton (Portrayed by Vera Miles in the 1957 biopic, "Beau James"), Harland Dixon, Constance Carpenter, Angela Teek, Brian (Stokes) Mitchell, Kevin Ramsey, Gregg Burge, Jack Weston, Gene Castle, Eddie Lawrence ("The Old Philosopher"), Reno Roop, Phillip Price, Larry Whiteley, etc. Originally produced (1926) by Alex A. Aarons and Vinton Freedley, directed by John Harwood and choreographed by Sammy Lee. Songs include: "The Woman's Touch," "Dear Little Girl," "Clap Yo' Hands," "Do-Do-Do," "Fidgety Feet," "Someone to Watch Over Me," etc.
72 Oh, Lady! Lady! : "The Fifth New York Princess Theatre Musical Production " with book and lyrics by Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse. Music by Jerome Kern (Portrayed by Robert Walker in the 1946 biopic, "Till the Clouds Roll By"). Produced by F. Ray Comstock and William Elliott at various theatres (1918 - 19) starring Constance Binney, Vivienne Segal, Margaret Dale, Edward Abeles, May Elsie, Ella Danaher, Doris Arden, etc. Directed by Robert Milton and Edward Royce. Songs include: "Our Little Nest', "Waiting Around the Corner," "Greenwich Village," "A Picture I Want to See," etc.
72 Oh Look! : "A Musical Comedy" by James Montgomery (Suggested by "Ready Money" by James Montgomery). Music by Harry Carroll. Lyrics by Joseph McCarthy. Produced by Harry Carroll and William Sheer at various theatres (1918) starring Harry Fox, George Sidney, Albert Sackett, Genevieve Tobin, etc. Choreographed by David Bennett. Songs include: "When I Marry," "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows," "Tipical, Topical Tunes," "It's a Long Way to Tiffany's," etc.
72 Oh! Mama : "A Palais Royal Farce Comedy" by Wilton Lackaye and Harry Wagstaff Gribble (Adapted from the French of Louis Verneuil). Produced by William A. Brady at various theatres (1925) starring Alice Brady (1937 Oscar winning supporting actress for "In Old Chicago"), John Cromwell (Film director and actor. Father of James Cromwell.), Ralph Locke, Shirley Gale, Edwin Nicander, etc. Directed by John Cromwell.
72 Oh, Men! Oh, Women! : "A Comedy" by Edward Chodorov. Various productions (1954 - 58) starring Franchot Tone, Betsy von Furstenberg, Anne Jackson (Wife of Eli Wallach), Larry Blyden (Second host of the television game show, "What's My Line?," etc.), Henry Sharp, Gig Young, Tony Randall, Lloyd Bridges, Esther Higgens, Jerry Bloomer, Dana Elcar, Patrick O' Neal, Mabel K. Laird, John F. Dickson, Ralph Bellamy, Joan Gray, Peggy Cass, Tom Duggan, Ken Mars (Kenneth Mars), Bettie Endrizzi, Walter Massey, Sally Kemp, etc. Originally produced (1954) by Cheryl Crawford and directed by Edward Chodorov.
72 Oh, Mr. Meadowbrook! : "A New Comedy" by Ronald Telfer and Pauline Jamerson. Produced by John Yorke at the John Golden Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring Ernest Truex, Vicki Cummings, Harry Ellerbe, etc. Directed by Harry Ellerbe.
72 Oh My Godmother! : "A Fabulous Fairy Tale" with words and music by Ron Lytle. Produced at the Zeum Theater, San Francisco (2008).
72 Oh! My Papa! : "A Comedy to Music" by Juerg Amstein and Erick Charell (Adapted from the work of Emil Sautter). English adaptation by Elizabeth Montagu. Music by Paul Burkhard. Produced by the Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - 1957) starring Wendy Hutchinson, Mary Hinton, Phyllida Law, Peter O' Toole, Wendy Williams, Rachel Roberts (Wife of Rex Harrison), etc. Directed by Warren Jenkins.
72 Oh! Oh! Delphine : "A Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by C.M.S. McLellan (Founded on the French Farce, "Villa Primrose" by George Berr and Marcel Guillemaud). Music by Ivan Caryll. Produced by Klaw and Erlanger at various theatres (1912 - 13) starring Frank Doane, Lila Benton, Scott Welsh, Dolly Alwin, May Day, Bart Delaney, Marion Chase, Polly Bowman, etc. Directed by Herbert Gresham. Choreographed by Julian Mitchell. Songs include: "Please Turn Your Backs," "Allahalla Goo-Goo," "The Maxim Girl," "Everything's At Home Except Your Wife," etc.
72 Oh, Pioneers : "A New Play" by Douglas Taylor. Produced by the American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA) at Theatre de Lys (NYC - 1969) starring Barbara Baxley, Keith Charles, Sarah Cunningham and Frank Borgman. Directed by Douglas Taylor.
72 Oh, Please! : "A Farce Revue" with book and lyrics by Anne Caldwell and Otto Harbach (Founded on a story by Maurice Hennequin and Pierre Veber). Music by Vincent Youmans. Produced by Charles Dillingham at various theatres (1926 - 27) starring Beatrice Lillie, Charles Winninger, Charles Purcell, Helen Broderick (Mother of Broderick Crawford), Bobby Watson, etc. Directed by Hassard Short. Choreographed by David Bennett. Songs include: "Homely, But Clean," "I Know That You Know," "Nicodemus," "The Girls of the Old Brigade," etc.
72 Oh Promise Me : "A Farce" by Howard Lindsay and Bertrand Robinson. Produced by Sam H. Harris at various theatres (1931) starring Donald Meek, Lee Tracy, Chester Clute, Mary Philips, Eleanor Hicks, etc. Directed by Howard Lindsay and Bertrand Robinson.
72 Oh! Susannah! : "A Farce-Comedy" by Mark Ambient, A. Attwood and R. Vann. Produced by Charles Frohman at Hoyt's Theatre (NYC - 1899) starring Fritz Williams, Robert Cotton, Frank Doane, Marion Lester, Maude Harrison, Blanche Burton, etc. Billed with "Dangerfield, ' 95" by Mildred Dowling and starring Annie Russell and Frank Mills.
72 Oh What A Lovely War! : "Musical Entertainment" by Joan Littlewood (Composed with her fellow artists in Theatre Workshop, London). Research by Gerry Raffles and Charles Chilton. Various productions (1963 - 80) starring Victor Spinetti, Barbara Windsor, Reid Shelton ("Daddy Warbucks" in the original stage production of "Annie"), Linda Loftis, David Spielberg, Lee Wallace, Bruce Weitz (Co-star of television's "Hill Street Blues," etc ), Stacy Keach, Terry Lomax, Ramona Austin, Carrie Snodgress (Star of the film, "Diary of a Mad Housewife," etc.), Nikki Newell, Daniel Day-Lewis, June Barrie, Clive Wood, Lola Fisher, Mitzi Hoag, Christopher Cary, Colin Campbell, Jane Alexander, Ronny Cox, Dana Elcar, Robert Foxworth, Robert Prosky, etc. Originally produced in London (1963) by A Theatre Workshop Group, directed by Joan Littlewood and choreographed by Bob Stevenson. Originally produced on Broadway (1964) by David Merrick and Gerry Raffles, directed by Joan Littlewood and choreographed by Bob Stevenson. Songs include: "Row, Row, Row," "Belgium Put the Kibosh on the Kaiser," "Pack Up Your Troubles," "Roses of Picardy," "When This Lousy War is Over," "Keep the Home Fires Burning," etc.
72 Oh! What A Night : "New Comedy" by George Hoey. Produced at the Utica Opera House (NY - 1886) starring Gus Williams, C.F. Tingay, Archie Boyd, C.E. Collins, Topsey Venn, Josie Loane, Anita Harris, etc. Directed by John H. Robb.
73 Oil City Symphony : Book by Mike Craver, Mark Hardwick, Debra Monk and Mary Murfitt. Produced by Richard and Deirdre Gartee at the Hippodrome Theatre (Gainesville, FL - c. 1980) starring Mike Craver, Philip Cress, Mary Ehlinger and Mary Murfitt. Directed by Mary Murfitt. Songs include: "Ohio Afternoon," "Beaver Ball," "Getting Acquainted," "My Old Kentucky Rock and Roll Home," etc.
73 Oklahoma (3 Folders) : "A Musical Play Based on "Green Grow the Lilacs" by Lynn Riggs. Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2d. Music by Richard Rodgers. Various productions (1943 - 2013) starring Alfred Drake, Betty Garde, Joseph Buloff, Joan Roberts, Lee Dixon, Howard da Silva, Celeste Holm, Marc Platt, Joan McCracken (Wife of Bob Fosse), Betty Jane Watson, Katharine Sergava, Bambi Linn, Bob Kennedy, Ralph Riggs, Erick Hawkins, Harry Stockwell, Evelyn Wyckoff, Murvyn Vye, Florenz Ames, Wilton Clary, Guy Rennie, Shelley Winters, David Burns, Jack Kilty, Betty Lynn ("Thelma Lou" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show," etc.), Harold Keel (Howard Keel), Florence Henderson, Barbara Cook, William Johnson, Elise Rhodes, Hal LeRoy, Pamela Britton, Gretchen Wyler, Dorothy Collins (Co-star of television's "Your Hit Parade," etc. Wife of composer and orchestra leader, Raymond Scott.), Helne Gallagher, Joey Faye (Of the movie comedy team, "Mack and Myer for Hire," etc. ), Patricia Northrop, Robert Early, John Raitt, Mary Marlo, Victor Young, Harry Stockwell, Bruce Yarnell (San Francisco Opera), Lee Roy Reams, Ted Beniades, Margaret Hamilton ("The Wicked Witch of the West" in "The Wizard of Oz" on film, etc.), John Reardon (Metropolitan Opera), William Glennon, George S. Irving, Jack Cassidy (Husband of Shirley Jones. Father of David, Patrick, Ryan and Shaun Cassidy), Shirley Jones, Robert Snyman, Antonella van Rooyen, Delport Poolman, Petro Jonck, Robert Austin, Patricia Marand, Janet Blair, Isabel Bigley (Original co-star of "Guys and Dolls" on Broadway," etc.), Jimmy Alexander, Mary Hatcher, Bobby Van, Jules Munshin, Reta Shaw, Don Beddoe, Bobby Burgess (Co-star of televison's "The Mickey Mouse Club," "The Lawrence Welk Show," etc.), Paul Gleason, Jim Gotch, Mary V. Dickerson, Christine Andreas, William Mallory, Bruce Adler (Son of Henrietta Jacobson and Julius Adler.), Paige O' Hara (The voice of "Belle" in the 1991 Oscar winning film, "Beauty and the Beast," etc.), Fred Gockel, Jodi Williams, Claire Pasch, Robert Kaye, April Shawan, Phil Leeds, Arlen Golonka ("Millie" on television's "Mayberry RFD," etc.), Ray Hyson, Preshy Marker, Christine Ebersole, Harry Groener, Mary Wickes, Laurence Guittard, Christine Andreas, James Alexander, Jennifer Allen, Georgia Creighton, Richard White, Gene Nelson, Harvey Lembeck ("Eric Von Zipper" in the "Beach Party" film series, etc.), Peter Palmer (Star of "Li'l Abner" on Broadway and film, etc.), Barry Newman (Star of television's "Petrocelli," etc.), Grover Dale (Husband of Anita Morris), Gabriel Dell (Member of "The Dead End Kids" on Broadway and film, etc. A regular cast member on televison's "Steve Allen Show," etc.), Patrick Wilson, Andrea Martin (Co-star of television's "SCTV," etc.), John Worley, John Davidson, Susan Watson, Karen Morrow (Co- star of television's "The Jim Nabors Hour," etc.), Ruth Kobart, Sammy Smith, etc. Originally produced (1943) by The Theatre Guild, directed by Rouben Mamoulian and choreographed by Agnes de Mille. Songs include: "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin' ," "The Surrey with the Fringe on Top," "Kansa City," "I Cain't Say No," "Many a New Day," "People Will Say We're in Love," "Pore Jud," "Out of My Dreams," "The Farmer and the Cowman," "All er Nothin," "Oklahoma," etc. Programs representing the musical under its original 1943 title, "Away We Go!" are also included.
73 Old Acquaintance : "The New Comedy Hit" by John Van Druten. Produced by Dwight Deere Wiman at various theatres (1940 - 41) starring Jane Cowl, Peggy Wood ("Star of television's "I Remember Mama". Co-star of "The Sound of Music " on film.), Kent Smith, Adele Longmire, Edna West, Hunter Gardner, Barry Jones, etc. Directed by Richard Whorf (Co-star of "Yankee Doodle Dandy" etc. on film.).
73 Old Bailey : "A New Play" by T.C. Worsley. Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Company at Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - 1953) starring John Warner, Alan Dobie, Richard Johnson, Patrick McGoohan (Star of television's "Secret Agent" (or "Danger Man") and "The Prisoner," etc.), Norman Rossington (Co-star of "A Hard Day's Night," etc.on film.), John Milligan, etc. Directed by Peter Potter.
73 Old Beat-Up Woman, An : Book by Sari Scott. Produced by Margo Jones and Manning Gurian at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven, CT - 1950) starring Jack Warden, Carol Stone and Donald Curtis. Directed by Margo Jones.
73 Old Boys, The : Book by William Trevor. Produced by The Mermaid Theatre Trust at the Mermaid Theatre (London - 1971) starring Michael Redgrave, Peter Bennett, Norman Claridge, Margaret Courtenay, etc. Directed by Alan Strachan.
73 Old Country, The (By A. Bennett) : "A New Play" by Alan Bennett. Produced by Michael Codron at the Queen's Theatre (London - 1977) starring Alec Guinness, Faith Brook, John Phillips, Rachel Kempson, Anthony Quayle, etc. Directed by Clifford Williams.
73 Old Country, The (By D.C. Calthrop) : "A New Romance" by Dion Clayton Calthrop. Produced by William Faversham at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1916) starring William Faversham, Jane Houston, Cecelia Radcliffe, Edwin Cushman, Maud Milton, etc. Directed by William Faversham.
73 Old Cronies : "A Comedietta" by Theyre Smith. Produced at the Saint James Theatre (London - No date). Billed with "A Scrap of Paper" by Sardou.
73 Old Dutch : "A Musical Farce" by Edgar Smith. Music by Victor Herbert (Portrayed by Walter Connolly in the 1939 biopic, "The Great Victor Herbert"). Lyrics by George V. Hobart. Produced by Sam S. and Lee Shubert and Lew Fields (Of the comedy team, "Weber and Fields") at various theatres (c. 1909) starring Lew Fields, Alice Dovey, Ada Lewis, Charles Judels, John Bunny, Vernon Castle (Portrayed by Fred Astaire in the 1939 biopic, "The Story Of Vernon and Irene Castle"), Helen Hayes, Hannah Hess, etc. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Songs include: "I Want a Man to Love Me," "Honor the Brave," "My Gypsy Sweetheart," "Pretending," etc.
73 Old English : Book by John Galsworthy. Produced by Winthrop Ames at various theatres (1924 - 27) starring George Arliss, Langford Hayes, Horace Cooper, Henrietta Goodwin, Frederick Earle, Deering Wells, Norman Cannon, Guy Cunningham, Dora Lennox, etc. Directed by E. Lyall Swete.
73 Old Foolishness, The : Book by Paul Vincent Carroll. Produced by John Golden at the Windsor Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Roy Roberts, Earle Mitchell, Sean Dillon, Margery Maude, Grace Francis Findlay, Laurence O' Neil, etc. Directed by Rachel Crothers.
73 Old Grad, The : Produced by The Concord Players (MA - 1952) starring Frank Coolidge, Mark Gibson and Harvey Wheeler. Directed by Charles MacPherson. Billed with "Two Crooks and a Lady" starring Alice Keyes, Eben C. Corey, Ruth Pratt, etc.
73 Old Guard, The : "The New Opera Comique" by H. B. Farnie. Music by R. Planquette. Produced by H.B. Farnie at The Avenue Theatre (London - No date) starring Arthur Roberts, Malcolm H. Grahame, Joseph Tapley, Alec Marsh, Clara Grahame, etc. Directed by H.B. Farnie.
73 Old Heads And Young Hearts : "The First of a Series of Old Comedies to be given Annually" by Dion Boucicault. Produced by the Lyceum Theatre Company at the Broad Street Theatre (NYC - 1891) starring Herbert Kelcey, Eugene Ormonde, Charles Walcott, Fritz Williams, Charles W. King, Effie Shannon, etc. Directed by Daniel Frohman.
73 Old Heidelberg : Book by Wilhelm Meyer-Foerster. Various productions (1903 - 1910) starring Stewart Baird, Edwin Cushman, Albert Easdale, Ben Johnson, John Sutherland, Louis Calvert, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Frank Gillmore, Helen Reimer, Pedro De Cordoba, Albert Bruning, John Craig, Donald Meek, Frank Bronson, Val Rein, Mary Young, Vaughan Glaser, Lewis Stone ("Judge Hardy" in the "Andy Hardy" series, etc.), James Hester, Ed Anglim, Richard Mansfield, Leslie Kenyon, etc.
73 Old Honesty : "The Popular Domestic Drama" by John Madison Morton. Various productions (1852 - 69) starring W. Warren, R.F. McClannin, C.L. Farwell, G. Holland, etc. Billed with "Everybody's Friend" by J. Stirling Coyne, "I've Eaten My Friend" "My Lady Clara" and "Kim -Ka!".
73 Old Homestead, The : "This New England Drama" by Denman Thompson and George W. Ryer. Various productions (1886 - 1924) starring Peggy De Vere, Frederick Harrington, Will O' Dell, James O. Barrows, Charles Danforth, Al Shea, Minnie Barrie, Frank Knapp, Denman Thompson, Edward L. Snader, Gus Kammerlee, Archie Boyd, James F. Dean, Henrietta Irving, J. Lincoln Gibson, Donald Morrison, Laird Bell, Will M. Cressy, Annie Thompson, Celia Baker, Minna Gombel, Ralph Murphy, Frank Wilcox, etc.
73 Old Jed Prouty Of Bucksport, Maine : "A Four-Act Narrative of New England Village Life" by William Gill and Richard Golden. Produced at various theatres (c.1889) starring Richard Golden, Thomas Wardell, Harry Rich, Tom Taylor, Sallie Maddern, Joseph Conyers, Dora Wiley, Marion Strathmore, Katherine Kittleman, etc. Directed by Charles MacGeachy.
73 Old Joe And Young Joe : "An Entirely and Extraordinary Drama of Life" produced in London (No location or date listed). Billed with "Brother Bob," "The Sailor of France," etc.
73 Old Lady Says "No!," The : "A Romantic Play" by Denis Johnston. Produced at various locations in Great Britain and the United States (c. 1935) starring Michael Mac Liammoir, Meriel Moore, Liam Gannon, Reginald Jarman, Landon Sorrell, Seamus Healy, etc. Directed by Hilton Edwards.
73 Old Lady Shows Her Medals, The : "A Salute" by Sir James M. Barrie. Various productions (1917 - 32) starring Laurette Taylor, Alice May Tuck, Leslie Austin, Beryl Mercer, Edward Broadley, Ad Barton, etc. Billed with other works by James M. Barrie including: "The New Word" starring Phillip Tonge, "Barbara's Wedding" starring Wallace Erskine, Percy Waram, and "Alice Sit By the Fire" starring Laurette Taylor, Nan Sheldon, Peg Entwisle (Entwistle), etc.
73 Old Lady 31 : "The Sunshine Comedy" by Rachel Crothers (Suggested by Louise Forsslund's novel). Various productions (1918 - 19) starring Emma Dunn, John Stokes, Maud Sinclair, Kate Jepson, Effie Ellsler, Scott Cooper, etc. Directed by Rachel Crothers.
73 Old Maid, The : "Pulitzer Prize Play" by Zoe Akins (Based on Edith Wharton's Novel). Various productions (1935 - 36) starring Judith Anderson, Helen Menken (Wife of Humphrey Bogart), Jackie Grimes, George Nash, Margaret Dale, Marjorie Lord (Co-star of television's "Make Room for Daddy," etc. Mother of Anne Archer.), Mabel Taliaferro, Lee Patrick, Barbara Lawrence, Tom Neal, John Cromwell (Film director and actor. Father of James Cromwell.), etc. Originally produced (1935) by Harry Moses and directed by Guthrie McClintic.
73 Old Maid And The Thief, The : Book, music and lyrics by Gian-Carlo Menotti. Produced by the New York City Opera at the New York City Center (1952) starring Adelaide Bishop, Mary Kreste, Ellen Faull, Andrew Gainey, Thomas Tipton, etc. Directed by Gina-Carlo Menotti.
73 Old Man Minick : Book by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. Produced by Winstrop (Winthrop) Ames at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1924) starring Frederic Burt, Antoinette Perry, Phyllis Povah, Sydney Booth, Ralph Bunker, Emma Wise, etc. Directed by Winthrop Ames.
73 Old Man Murphy : "A New Farce Comedy" by Patrick Kearney and Harry Wagstaff Gribble. Produced by Robert V. Newman at various theatres (1931) starring Arthur Sinclair, Maire O' Neill, Peggy Conklin, Henry O' Neill, Roy Roberts, etc. Directed by Harry Wagstaff Gribble.
73 Old Man Of The Mountains, The : Book by Norman Nicholson. Produced by the Union Theological Seminary/The Program in Religious Drama at the Francis Brown Social Hall (NYC - 1958) starring George Paris, Ralph Moore, Mary Wing, Leander Swann, Constance Ball, etc. Directed by E. Martin Browne.
73 Old New York: False Dawn : Book by Donald T. Sanders (Adapted from the work of Edith Wharton). Music by Henry Threadgill. Produced by the New York Art Theatre Institute at the Old Merchant's House, NYC (1993).Directed by Donald T. Sanders.
73 Old Oak Chest, The : or "The Smugglers's Sons and The Robbers's Daughter" produced at The Strand Theatre (London - 1817). Billed with "The Summer Evening," "The Enchanted Island," etc.
73 Old Peabody Pew, The : "A Church Play" by Kate Douglas Wiggin. Produced by The Dorcas Society of Hollis and Buxton, Maine at The Meeting House (Buxton Lower Corner, ME - 1929) starring Sara J. Morton, Emma Knox, Lester G. Sands, etc.
73 Old Si Stebbins : "Great Rural Melodrama" by Wallace and Gillmore. Produced at The Third Avenue Theatre (NYC - 1900) starring Dan Darleigh, James Cole, Bert Lesser, Horace Knox, Hazel Darleigh, etc.
73 Old Soak, The : "A Timely Comedy" by Don Marquis. Various productions (1923 - 28) starring Harry Beresford, Minnie Dupree, Grant Mills, Henrietta Tillman, William Boyd ("Hopalong Cassidy"), Frederick Harrington, Marie Gilmer, Richard Earle, Frank Wilcox, Josephine Fox, Dorothy Holmes, Helen Blair, Winifrid Anglin, Dorothy Bicknell, Roger Pryor, Roy Elkins, Tom Wise, etc. Originally produced and directed by Arthur Hopkins in 1923.
73 Old Sweetheart Of Mine, An : Book by James Whitcomb Riley (Adapted by Robert McLaughlin). Produced at the Shubert-Garrick Theatre (NYC - 1916) starring Eugene Keith, George Fox, Richard Barbee, Marion Coakley, Orrin Johnson, Cecelia Clay, Margaret Vaughn, etc. Directed by Ralph E. Cummings.
73 Old Times : "A New Play" by Harold Pinter. Various productions (1971 - 82) starring Colin Blakely, Vivien Merchant, Dorothy Tutin, Robert Shaw, Rosemary Harris, Mary Ure (Wife of John Osborne and Robert Shaw), Gerry Becker, Deanna Dunagan, Leslie Geraci, Irene Worth, Beatrice Straight, Raul Julia, Donald Madden, Tudi Wiggins, Sharon Laughlin, etc. Originally produced (1971) by the Royal Shakespeare Company and directed by Peter Hall.
73 Old Town, The : Book by George Ade. Music by Gustav Luders. Produced by Charles Dillingham at various theatres (1910) starring David Montgomery (Most famous as the original "Tin Man" in the 1903 stage production of "The Wizard of Oz"), Fred A. Stone (Most famous as the original "Scarecrow" in the 1903 stage production of "The Wizard of Oz"), Charles Dox, Allene Crater, Charles Dodge, John Hendricks, etc.
73 Old World : Book by Alexi Arbuzov (Translated by Ariadne Arbuzov). Produced in association with the Dublin Theatre Festival at the Eblana Theatre (Dublin - No date) starring Patrick Bedford and Blanaid Irvine. Directed by Chloe Gibson.
73 Oldest Living Graduate, The : Book by Preston Jones. Produced by The Company of Angels (Los Angeles - No date) starring Lindsay V. Jones, Mary Ball, Fred Stuthman, John Henry Cox, etc. Directed by Jeffrey Hayden.
73 Oldsmobile's Merry Oh-h-h! Show : "Oldsmobile's 1956 Announcement Show" with idea, book, lyrics and music by D.P. Brother and Company. A trade show produced at various theatres (1956) starring Chita Rivera, Patricia Wilkes, Charles Cooper, Frank Gorshin, Kip Carlisle, Richard Fleming, Joe Flynn, etc. Directed by Max Hodge. Choreographed by John Lesko. Songs include: "On Stage, Everybody," "Tops in Transmissions," "Advancing on Lansing," "Arizona!," "Power Steering," "The Car is the Star," etc.
73 Ole Olson : "The Greatest Comedy Novelty" produced at the H.R. Jacobs Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio - 1892) starring Ben Hendricks, Frank E. Baker, Belle Frances, Lottie Williams, etc. "The First and only comedy ever written with a Swedish Dialect part as the Central Figure."
73 Oleanna : Book by David Mamet. Various productions (1993 - 2009) starring Anderson Matthews, Christine Rouner, Bill Pullman and Julie Stiles. Directors include Doug Hughes and Luke Yankee.
73 Oliver : "New Musical Comedy Hit" with book, music and lyrics by Lionel Bart. Various productions (1963 - 80) starring Clive Revill, Georgia Brown, Danny Sewell, David Jones (As "Davy Jones," co-star of television's "The Monkees," etc.), Paul O' Keefe, Barry Pearl, Jules Munshin, Joan Eastman, James Beard, Ron Moody, Roy Hudd, Joan Turner, John Bluthal, George Layton, Helen Shapiro, Geoffrey Toone, Judy Bruce, Robin Ramsay, Maura K. Wedge, David Cleveland, Robert Moran, Rita Barnes, Karen Morrow (Co-star of Television's "The Jim Nabors Hour," etc.), Jon Cypher, Ben Wrigley, Colin Duffy, David Cleveland, Luke Pauly. Peter Platten, Robert Moran, Charlie Jobes, etc. Originally produced (1963) by David Merrick and Donald Albery and directed by Peter Coe. Songs include: "Food, Glorius Food," "Oliver," "Boy For Sale," "Where is Love?," "Consider Yourself," "You've Got to Pick a Pocket or Two," "It's a Fine Life," "I'd Do Anything," "Be Back Soon," "Oom-Pah-Pah," "As Long As He Needs Me," "Who Will Buy?," "Reviewing the Situation," etc.
73 Oliver Goldsmith : "A Costume Comedy" by Augustus Thomas. Produced at the Fifth Avenue Theatre (NYC - 1900) starring Stuart Robson, Beaumont Smith, Walter Clews, Florence Rockwell, Walter Hale, Ogden Stevens, etc.
73 Oliver Oliver : "A Comedy" by Paul Osborn. Produced by Dwight Deere Wiman at The Playhouse (NYC - 1934) starring Helen Brooks, Thomas Chalmers, Jolyn Fabing, Ann Andrews, Hugh Rennie, etc. Directed by Auriol Lee.
73 Oliver Twist : "Beautiful Story" by Charles Dickens. Various adaptations and productions (1904 - 2007) starring Marie Doro, Constance Collier, Lyn Harding, Nat C. Goodwin, Ada Gifford, Constance Collier, Vernon Steele, Tom Hampton, Agnes Hampton, Wilton Lackaye, Lucille Western, Nigel Betts, Jane Annesley, Donald Meek, Elita Proctor Otis, Remo Airaldi, Carson Elrod, etc.
73 Olivette : Produced by the Boston Ideals in New Hampshire (1881) starring W.H. MacDonald, Tom Karl, G. Kammerlee, Marie Stone, Lizzie Burton, etc.
73 Olivia : Book by W.G. Wills (Founded on an episode in "The Vicar of Wakefield"). Produced by The London Lyceum Theatre Company at various theatres (1888 - 94) starring Henry Irving, Ellen Terry, William Terriss, Martin Harvey, etc.
73 Olympia : "New Comedy" by Ferenc Molnar (English text by Sydney Howard). Produced by Gilbert Miller at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring Cora Witherspoon, Grant Stewart, Laura Hope Crews ("Aunt Pittypat" in the 1939 film, "Gone With the Wind"), Fay Compton, Ian Hunter, etc. Directed by Gilbert Miller.
73 Omar, The Tentmaker : "A Persian Play Based on the Life, Times and Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam" by Richard Walton Tully. Produced by Tully and Buckland at various theatres (1915 - 16) starring Guy Bates Post, Gerald Pring, George Foster, Augustus Post, Edith Holt, Louise Grassler, H.G. Carlton, etc.
73 Omerta : Book by G. Polvere. Produced by Antonio Ferrara at the National Theatre (Boston - 1922) starring Giovanni Grasso, Carolina Bragaglia, N. Viscuso, etc.
73 On A Clear Day You Can See Forever : "A New Musical" with book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner. Music by Burton Lane. Various productions (1966 - 69) starring Barbara Harris, John Cullum, Titos Vandis, William Daniels, Clifford David, Kirby Hoke, Joan Nelson, James Beal, Tammy Grimes (Star of "The Unsinkable Molly Brown," etc. on Broadway), Brian Avery, John Rubenstein, Walter Willison, Howard Keel, Barbara Lang, Francine Beers, Cy Young, Louis Jourdan, Rae Allen, Neil Fitzgerald, Bill Riley, Shirley Jones, Bill Hayes (Had the most popular hit recording of "The Ballad of Davy Crockett" in 1955), John Ericson (Co-star of television's "Honey West," etc.), Linda Michele, etc. Originally produced (1966) by Alan Jay Lerner, directed by Robert Lewis and choreographed by Herbert Ross. Songs include: "Hurry! It's Lovely Up Here," "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever," "Melinda," "What Did I Have That I Don't Have," "Come Back to Me," etc.
73 On A Foggy Day : Book by John Kerr. Produced by Peter Saunders at St. Martin's Theatre (London - 1969) starring Siobhan McKenna, Margaret Lockwood, Kenneth Connor and Saeed Jaffrey. Directed by Charles Hickman.
74 On And Off : "A New Farce" by Alexandre Bisson. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1898 - 99) starring E.M. Holland, Fritz Williams, Samuel Reed, Byron Douglas, Amelia Bingham, May Buckley, etc. Directed by Joseph Humphreys.
74 On Approval : "The Delightful Comedy" by Frederick Lonsdale. Various productions (1926 - 77) starring Violet Kemble Cooper, Kathlene MacDonell, Wallace Eddinger, Hugh Wakefield, Judith Evelyn, Hurd Hatfield (Star of the 1945 film, "The Picture of Dorian Gray," etc.), Brenda Forbes, Henry Daniell, Jennie Linden, Edward Hardwicke (Son of Sir Cedric Hardwicke), Edward Woodward (Star of television's "The Equalizer"), Kenneth More, Patricia Routledge, Moray Watson, Carolyn Seymour, etc. Originally produced (1926) by Charles Dillingham and directed by Athole Stewart.
74 On Borrowed Time : Book by Paul Osborn (Adapted from the novel of the same name by Lawrence Edward Watkin). Various productions (1938 - 91) starring Dudley Digges, Dorothy Stickney, Frank Conroy, Peter Holden, Jean Adair ("Aunt Martha" in "Arsenic and Old Lace" on stage and film, etc.), Victor Moore, Leo G. Carroll, Beulah Bondi, Russell Hicks, David John Stollery, Richard Bennett, Nick Dennis, Frances Bovier (Frances Bavier - "Aunt Bee" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show," etc.), Dickie Van Patten (Dick Van Patten of television's "Eight is Enough," etc.), Richard Sterling, Gary Rovin, Marion Ettie, Ruby Jennings, Leo Maroules, George C. Scott, Taylor Holmes, Brandon Peters, etc. Originally produced (1938) by Dwight Deere Wiman and directed by Joshua Logan.
74 On Golden Pond : "A New American Comedy" by Ernest Thompson. Various productions (1979 - 2007) starring Frances Sternhagen, Tom Aldredge, Barbara Andres, Stan Lachow, Ben Slack, Mark Bendo, Ronn Carroll, Edward Stevlingson, Bette Oliver, Bradford Wallace, Cynthia Wells, Paul Whobrey, Susan Moring, Ken Noble, Melody Murphy, Elliot Williams, Herb Williams, etc. Originally produced (1979) by Arthur Cantor and Greer Garson and directed by Craig Anderson.
74 On Parole : "An Original Comedy" by Louis Evan Shipman. Produced by The Empire Players at the Empire Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1915) starring Harrison Ford, Albert Sackett, Harry Gsell, Stewart Fox, etc. Directed by Edwin H. Curtis.
74 On Probation : "The Comic Play" by Brander Matthews and George H. Jessop. Produced at the Star Theatre (NYC - 1893) starring William H. Crane, Adolph Jackson, Lewis Baker, George Backus, Hattie Russell, etc. Directed by Joseph Brooks.
74 On Stage : "A Comedy" by B.M. Kaye. Produced by Laurence Rivers at various theatres (1935) starring Osgood Perkins (Father of Anthony Perkins), Donald MacDonald, Harry Gresham, Selena Royle, Alan Marshall, etc. Directed by Robert Ross.
74 On the Head of a Pin : "A Smart and Shocking Political Thriller" by Frank Winters "I've got a story. And just so we're clear, this is front page above the fold"). Produced by Strangeman and Company at the 59E59 Theatres (NYC - 2013) starring Marcus Callender, Devin Dunne Cannon, Emily Fleischer, Will Gallacher, Sofia Lauwers, Jennifer Loring, James Ortiz, Jason Ralph and Jen Tullock. Directed by Frank Winters.
74 On The Hiring Line : "A Comedy" by Harvey O' Higgins and Harriet Ford. Produced the Knickerbocker Players at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1920) starring Minna Gombell, Mark Kent, Ralph Murphy, Willard Foster, Adelaide Hibbard, etc. Directed by W.C. Masson.
74 On The Make : "A Comedy" by Roger Gray. Produced at the Forty-Eighth Street Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Ruth Fallows, Alice Cavanaugh, Billy Barrows, Jerome Daley, Arthur J. Wood, Harry Short, Emmett Shackleford, etc. Directed by Homer B. Mason.
74 On The Mississippi : "A Play Taking it's Origin from the Reconstruction Era" produced by Davis and Keogh at H.R. Jacob's Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1896) featuring "Nine Scenes of Surpassing Splendor". See also - "Minstrelsy" Collection.
74 On The Open Road : "A Buddy Comedy" by Steve Tesich. Produced by the New York Shakespeare Festival at The Joseph Papp Public Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Anthony LaPaglia and Byron Jennings. Directed by Robert Falls.
74 On The Quiet : "A Farce Comedy" by Augustus Thomas. Various productions (1901 - 14) starring William Collier, Helena Collier, Cranley Douglas, John Saville, Brigham Royce, Ida Conquest, Reginald Denny, Helen Dahl, Richard Gordon, Ralph R. Murphy, Alma Tell, etc. Originally produced (1901) by Charles Frohman and directed by W.G. Smyth and Frank L. Perley.
74 On The Razzle : Book by Tom Stoppard (Adapted from Johann Nestroy). Various productions (1981 - 85) starring Tricia Heaton (Patricia Heaton - Co-star of television's "Everybody Loves Raymond," etc.), John Moore, David Cameron, Timothy R. Monsion, Ray Brooks, Felicity Kendal, Barry McGinn, Mary Chilton, Paul Gregory, John Challis, Allyson Rees, Joan Hickson, etc.
74 On The Rocks : Book by George Bernard Shaw. Stephen Murray, Gillian Raine, Godfrey Jackman, Bernard Miles, Norman Pitt, David Butler, etc. Directed by Bernard Miles.
74 On The Spot : "A New Play" by Edgar Wallace. Produced by Lee and J.J. Shubert, Edgar Wallace and Lee Ephraim at various theatres (1931) starring Crane Wilbur, Ann May Wong, Glenda Farrell, George Spelvin, Stanley Wood, John Adair, Suezo Tokoro, John M. Cline, etc. Directed by Lee Ephraim and Carol Reed.
74 On The Stage : "Great Comedy Success" by E.E. Kidder. Produced at the Grand Opera House (Chicago - 1887) staring Frank Cushman, Will H. Mayo, Belle La Verde, etc. Directed by Will P. Webster.
74 On The Stairs : "A Dramatic Mystery" by William J. Hurlbut. Produced by Carl A. Barrett at the Shubert - Jefferson Theatre (St. Louis - 1924) starring Carrie Le Moyne, Harry G. Keenan, Ann Sherman, John Driscoll, John Hanney, Charles Kenyon, etc. Directed by Harold de Becker (Formerly of the New York Theatre Guild).
74 On The Town : Book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green (Based on an idea by Jerome Robbins). Additional lyrics by Leonard Bernstein. Music by Leonard Bernstein. Various productions (1945 - 91) starring Nancy Walker, Betty Comden, Adolph Green, John Battles, Robert Chisholm, Allyn Ann McClerie, Ruth Webb, Joshua Shelley, Sono Osato, Donald Madden, Marvin Krauss, Joe Angarola, Chuck Meltzer, Kim Roberts, Cris Alexander, Lila King, Portia Nelson, Robert Calder, Nita Naldi, Mary McCarty, Paul Gilbert (Father of Melissa Gilbert), Ray Harrison, Helen Gallagher, Harold Lang, Gabriel Dell ("The Dead End Kids" on stage and film, etc.), Phyllis Newman (wife of Adolph Green), Bernadette Peters, Donna McKecknie, Jess Richards, Remak Ramsay, Marilyn Cooper, Nora Cole, Ivy Fox, Annie Golden, Mary Testa, Glenn Turner, Kevin Winkler, Paul Binotto, Joe Mahar, Chaz Rascol, Linda Graves, Patsy Kelly, Nelle Fisher, Bobo Lewis, ("It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World," etc. on film. The Jerry Lewis Show," etc. on televison), etc. Originally produced (1945) by Oliver Smith and Paul Feigay, directed by George Abbott and choreographed by Jerome Robbins. Songs include: "New York, New York," "I Feel Like I'm Not Out of Bed Yet," "Lonely Town," "Come Up to My Place," "Lucky To Be Me," "Subway to Coney Island," "Some Other Town," "Coney Island," etc.
74 On The Twentieth Century : "A New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green (Based on plays by Ben Hecht, Charles MacArthur (Husband of Helen Hayes. Father of James MacArthur.) and Bruce Millholland. Music by Cy Coleman. Various productions (1978 - 87) starring Imogene Coca (Star of television's "Your Show of Shows," etc. Co-star of "National Lampoon's Vacation," etc. on film.), John Cullum, Judy Kaye, George Coe, Kevin Kline, Dean Dittman, Rufus Smith, Christine Ebersole, Frank Gorshin ("The Riddler" on television's "Batman," etc.), King Donovan (Husband of Imogene Coca), David Green, Keith Curran, etc. The original 1978 production directed by Harold Prince and choreographed by Larry Fuller. Songs include: "Stranded Again," "Veronique," "Our Private World," "On the Twentieth Century," "She's a Nut," "The Legacy," etc.
74 On the Verge : "A New American Comedy" by Eric Overmyer. Produced at the Wilma Theater, Philadelphia (1989) starring Penny Allen, Sarah Fleming, Suzanna Hay and James Judy. Directed by Jiri Zizka.
74 On Trial : "A Dramatic Composition" by Elmer L. Reizenstein. Various productions (1914 - 17) starring Pauline Lord, Harry Cowley, Constance Wolfe, Mary Ryan, Frederick Perry, Hans Robert, Neil Moran, Alberta Costello, Constance Wolf, Mary Ryan, John Adams, Lee Baker, Clyde North, Frank Wilcox, Minna Gombel, DeWitt Newing, etc.
74 On Whitman Avenue : "A New Play" by Maxine Wood. Produced by Canada Lee and Mark Marvin at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1946) starring Will Geer ("Grandpa" on television's "The Waltons," etc.), Ernastine Barrier, Perry Wilson, Hilda Vaughn, Canada Lee, Augustus Smith, Directed by Margo Jones.
74 On With The Dance : "A New Drama of Modern American Life" by Michael Morton. Produced by A.H. Woods at the National Theatre (Washington, DC - No date) starring John Mason, Eileen Huban, William Morris, Julia Dean, Corinne Barker, etc. Directed by A.H. Woods.
74 On With The Show : "The New Musical" by Frank O' Neill. Music by Frederico Valerio. Lyrics by Elizabeth Miele. Produced by Elizabeth Miele at the Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1954) starring Irra Petina, Robert Wright, Paul Valentine, Winston Ross, Donn Driver, Grace Olson, etc. Directed by Charles W. Christenberry, Jr. and Byrle Cass. Choreographed by Gene Bayliss. Songs include: "The Gypsy's Curse," "We Are Stranded," "Men Are a Pain in the Neck," "Mr. Right," "The Wide Open Spaces," "That New Look Feeling," "Just a Wonderful Time," etc.
74 On Your Toes : "The Musical Comedy" by Richard Rodgers, Lorennz Hart and George Abbott. Music by Richard Rodgers (Portrayed by Tom Drake in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Lyrics by Lorenz Hart (Portrayed by Mickey Rooney in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Various productions (1936 - 83) starring Ray Bolger, Luella Gear, Tamara Geva, Doris Carson, Monty Woolley (Portrayed by Monty Woolley in the 1945 biopic of Cole Porter, "Night and Day" and by Allan Corduner in the 2004 biopic, "De-Lovely"), Vera Zorina, Bobby Van, Elaine Stritch, Nicolas Orloff, Nathaniel Frey, Timmy Everett, Betty Jane Smith, Galina Panova, George S. Irving, Betty Ann Grove, Lara Teeter, Kitty Carlisle, Natalia Makarova, Dina Merrill, etc. Originally produced (1936) by Dwight Deere Wiman, directed by Worthington Miner and choreographed by George Balanchine. Costumes by Irene Sharaff. Songs include: "Two A Day for Keith," "The Three B's," "There's a Small Hotel," "Glad to Be Unhappy," "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue," etc.
74 Once A Catholic : "A Comedy" by Mary O' Malley. Produced at various theatres in London (1977 - 78) starring Jan Wilson, John Hart Dyke, Mary Kenton, Kate Lock, Ellen McIntosh, Eileen Kennally, Liz Smith, John Rogan, Sarah Benfield, Jane Carr, Kim Clifford, Allan Corduner, Michael Mellinger, June Page, Carol Summers, Liz Smith, Angela Vale, Patricia Heneghan, Clare Richards, Frank Shelley, James Ellis, Kevin Elyot, etc. Directed by Leslie Lawton and Mike Ockrent.
74 Once In A Lifetime : "A New Comedy" by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Various productions (1930 - 81) starring Jean Dixon, Oscar Polk, Spring Byington (Star of television's "December Bride," etc), George S. Kaufman, Granville Bates, Hugh O' Connell, George S. Irving, John Lithgow, Deborah May, Treat Williams, Max Wright, Rosemary Murphy, Julia Duffy (Co-star of television's "Newhart," etc.), Michael Jeter, Jayne Meadows Allen (Wife of Steve Allen), Lee Meredith, Dennis Dugan (Star of television's "Richie Brockelman, Private Eye," etc.), Marcia Rodd, Harold Gould, Dody Goodman, Arnold Soboloff, Jeffrey Bryan King, Kathleen Klein, etc. Originally produced (1930) by Sam H. Harris and directed by George S. Kaufman.
74 Once Is Enough : Book by Frederick Lonsdale. Produced by Gilbert Miller (1938) starring Ina Claire, John Williams, Lewis Dayton, Archibald Batty, Viola Keats, etc. Directed by Gilbert Miller.
74 Once More With Feeling : "A Comedy" by Harry Kurnitz. Various productions (1958 - 75) starring Joseph Cotton, Arlene Francis (A regular panelist on the television game show, "What's My Line?," etc.), Walter Matthau, Leon Belasco, Rex Williams, Richard B. Collier, Richard Galuppi, Jay Doyle, Bert Parks (Longtime host of the "Miss America" pageant, etc.), Diana Douglas, Lee Wallace, Ted Pugh, Harry Ellerbe, Lyle Waggoner (Announcer on television's "The Carol Burnett Show," etc), Nancy Leonard, Mark Shapiro, Barbara Britton, Martyn Green ("The world's foremost authority and performer of the works of Gilbert and Sullivan"), Paul Lynde, Bill Story, Betsy Palmer (Longtime panelist on the television game show, "I've Got A Secret," etc.), Kurt Kaszner, Stephen Elliott, Robert Hock, James Kenny, Julia Meade, Scott McKay, Ezra Stone (Star of radio's "Henry Aldrich," etc. ), William Macy (Co-star of television's "Maude," etc), Fernand Lamas (Husband of Esther Williams), Marjorie Lord (Co- star of television's "Make Room for Daddy". Mother of Anne Archer.), George Tobias, Sam Hearn, John Adams, William Hindman, Fannie Flagg, George Gitto, etc. Originally produced (1958) by Martin Gabel (Husband of Arlene Francis) and Henry Margolis and directed by George Axelrod.
74 Once On This Island : "A New Musical" with book and lyrics by Lynn Ahrens. Music by Stephen Flaherty (Based upon the novel "My Love, My Love" by Rosa Guy). Produced at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1990) starring Jerry Dixon, Andrea Frierson, Gerry McIntyre, Nikki Rene, Milton Craig Nealy, Eric Riley, etc. Directed and choreographed by Graciela Daniele. Songs include: "We Dance," "One Small Girl," "Waiting for Life," "Forever Yours," "Pray," "Why We Tell the Story," etc.
74 Once There Was A Russian : "Comedy" by Sam Spewack. Produced at the Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1961) starring Walter Matthau, Francoise Rosay, Albert Salmi, Julie Newmar, Sig Ruman, Roger C. Carmel (Co -star of television's "The Mothers-In -Law," etc.), etc. Directed by Gene Frankel. Costumes and scenery by Tony Walton (Husband of Julie Andrews).
74 Once Upon A Mattress : "A New Musical" by Jay Thompson, Marshall Barer and Dean Fuller. Music by Mary Rodgers (Daughter of Richard Rodgers). Lyrics by Marshall Barer. Various productions (1959 - 96) starring Carol Burnett, Joe Bova, Will Lee, Jerry Newby, Jack Gilford, Dan Resin, Imogene Coca, Edward Everett Horton, King Donovan (Husband of Imogene Coca), Joe Young, Bill Yule, Ann Mitchell, Sarah Jessica Parker, Jane Krakowski, Heath Lamberts, Lewis Cleale, David Jarratt, David Varnay, Walt Hunter, Enid Bootzin, Mark Hammer, David Starkey, Phillis Lear, Dody Goodman, Buster Keaton (Portrayed by Donald O' Connor in the 1957 biopic, "The Buster Keaton Story"), Harold Lang, Mrs. Buster Keaton (Eleanor Norris), Larry Tinsley, Teri Baker, etc. Original 1959 production directed by George Abbott and choreographed by Joe Layton.
74 Once Upon A Song : Book by Anthony Newley and Arnold Mittelman. Music by Anthony Newley. Lyrics by Anthony Newley, Leslie Bricusse, Herbert Kretzmer, Ian Fraser and Stanley Ralph Ross. Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami - 1991) starring Anthony Newley, Bertilla Baker, Tracy Venner and Sean Dooley. Directed by Arnold Mittelman. Songs include: "Teach the Children," "Lunch With a Friend," "Where Would You Be Without Me?," "The Good Old Bad Old Days," "Ain't It Funny," "What Did You Do in the Great War Daddy?," etc.
74 Once Upon A Tailor : "A New Play" by Baruch Lumet (Adapted by Henry Sherman). Produced by The Playwrights' Company and George Boroff at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1955) starring Oscar Karlweis, Anita Cooper, Milton Selzer, Jimmy Oster, etc. Directed by Joseph Anthony.
74 Once Upon A Time : Book by Lawrence J. Dugan. Produced by the Yale University School of the Fine Arts/ The Department of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1939) starring Robert Busch, Oliver Flanders, James Biondo, Miriam Stern, etc. Directed by Frank McMullan.
74 Ondine : "A Romance" by Jean Giraudoux (Adapted by Maurice Valency). Various productions (1954 - 61)starring Audrey Hepburn, Mel Ferrer (Husband of Audrey Hepburn), John Alexander ("Uncle Teddy" in the stage and film versions of "Arsenic and Old Lace"), Alan Hewitt, Marian Seldes, Edith King, Robert Middleton, Anne Meacham, Lloyd Gough, Peter Brandon, Ann Williams, Robert Quarry (Star of "Count Yorga, Vampire," etc. on film), Penni Weeks, Bob Foxworth (Robert Foxworth), Angela Wood, Derek Godfrey, Leslie Caron, Richard Johnson (By arrangement with MGM), Eric Porter, Diana Rigg, Roy Dotrice, Ian Holm, Kevin O' Connor, Stefeni Perez-Guerra, Edward Hardwicke (Son of Sir Cedric Hardwicke), Viola Lyel, Alan Dobie, Moira Shearer, Peter O' Toole, etc. Originally produced (1954) by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, Robert Anderson, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Roger L. Stevens and John F. Wharton) and directed by Alfred Lunt with costumes by Richard Whorf and music by Virgil Thomson.
74 One : Produced by David Belasco in Hartford, CT (No date or location listed) starring Frances Starr.
74 One Bright Day : "A New Play" by Sigmund Miller. Produced by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1952) starring Howard Lindsay, Glenn Anders, Walter Matthau, Raymond Bramley, Addison Richards, etc. Directed by Michael Gordon.
74 One By One : Book by Dore Schary (Head of MGM from 1951 - 56). Produced by Dore Schary and Walter A. Hyman at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1964) starring Donald Madden, Donald Woods, Richard McMurray, Jack Heller, Margot Stevenson and Michaele Nyers, Directed by Dore Schary.
74 One Day : "The Greatest Love Story Ever Written" by Cecil Spooner. Produced at various theatres (1912 - 14) starring Robert Brister, Herbert Jones, True S. James, James Montgomery, Jenny Rand, Victor Sutherland, Fay Cusick, etc.
74 One Eye Closed : "A Farce" by Justin Sturm. Produced by Haila Stoddard at the Bijou Theatre (NYC - 1954) starring Tom Helmore, Constance Ford, John Baragrey, Parker McCormick, Iggie Wolfington, John Fiedler, etc. Directed by Romney Brent.
74 One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest : "A New Play" by Dale Wasserman (Based on the novel by Ken Kesey). Various productions (1963 - 73) starring Kirk Douglas, Joan Tetzel, Ed Ames (Recording and nightclub star. Co-star of television's "Daniel Boone". Member of the "Ames Brothers" singing group of the 1950s.), Malcolm Atterbury, Gene Wilder, Arlene Golonka ("Millie" on television's "Mayberry RFD," etc.), Rex Robbins, Arnold Soboloff, William Daniels, Gerald S. O' Loughlin, Lane Smith, Janet Ward, William Burns, Arthur Berwick, June Travis, Jack Wallace, Danny Goldring, Warren Oates, Priscilla Morrill, Robert Doyle, William Smith, Bob Piccard, Joe Freydoz, etc. Originally produced (1963) by David Merrick and Edward Lewis in association with Seven Arts and Eric Productions and directed by Alex Segal.
74 One For The Money : Book by John Murray Anderson with sketches and lyrics by Nancy Hamilton. Music by Morgan Lewis. Produced by Gertrude Macy and Stanley Gilkey at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1939) starring Grace McDonald (Brother of Ray McDonald), Alfred Drake, Gene Kelly, Philip Bourneuf, Keenan Wynn, Brenda Forbes, Frances Comstock, etc. Directed by John Murray Anderson and Edward Clarke Lilley. Choreographed by Robert Alton. Songs include: " I Only Know," "Rhapsody," "Teeter Totter Tessie," "A Little Bit Delighted With the Weather," "The Yoo Hoo Blues," etc.
74 One Good Year : "A New Play" by Stephen Gross and Lin S. Root. Produced by Al Rosen at various theatres (1935) starring Genevieve Belasco, Hilda Spong, Joseph Vitale, Edward Woods, Gertrude Flynn, Doro Merande, Richard S. Bishop, etc. Directed by George Rosener.
74 One Hour : "The Burletta" produced at Madame Vestris' Royal Olympic Theatre (London - 1837). Billed with "A Peculiar Position," "A Gentleman in Difficulties," "The Rape of the Lock," etc.
74 110 In The Shade : "A New Musical Play" by N. Richard Nash (Based on "The Rainmaker" by N. Richard Nash). Music by Harvey Schmidt. Lyrics by Tom Jones. Produced by David Merrick at various theatres (1963 - 64) starring Robert Horton (Star of television's "Wagon Train," etc.), Inga Swenson, Stephen Douglas, Will Geer ("Grandpa" on television's "The Waltons"), Scooter Teague (Anthony Teague), Lesley Warren (Lesley Ann Warren), Jerry Dodge, Jeannie Carson, Biff McGuire, Suzanne Crumpler, John Carter, Ray Danton, Joan Fagan, etc. Directed by Joseph Anthony. Choreographed by Agnes De Mille. Songs include: "Poker Polka," "The Rain Song," "Everything Beautiful Happens at Night," "Simple Little Things," "Little Red Hat," "Wonderful Music," etc.
74 One Hundred And Two (102) : or "The Veteran and His Progeny" produced at the Theatre Royal, Adelphi (England - 1838). Billed with "The Christening," "The Irishman in London," etc.
74 100 Pound Note, The : "A Farce" produced at the Theatre Royal (Norwich, England - 1828). Billed with "The Floating Beacon," etc.
74 100 Years of Hollywood : "An evening of classic songs sung by the finest singers on Broadway" by Neil Berg. Produced at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts at the University of Florida (Gainesville, FL - 2011) featuring 'favorite songs from classic films and movie musicals including BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S, THE WIZARD OF OZ, ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW, DREAMGIRLS and many more."
74 One Kiss : "A New Comedy with Music" by Clare Kummer (From the French by Y. Mirande and A. Willemetz). Music by Maurice Yvain. Produced by Charles Dillingham at various theatres (1923) starring Jane Carroll, Alden Gay, Ada Lewis, Oscar Shaw, Irma Irving, etc. Directed by Fred G. Latham. Choreographed by Julian Alfred. Songs include: "Don't Ever Be a Poor Relation," "A Little Love," "London Town," "In My Day," "Your Lips," etc.
74 One Man Band : Book by James Lecesne. Music by Marc Elliot and Larry Hochman. Lyrics by Marc Elliot. Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami - 1990) starring James Lecesne, Stephanie Gaumer, Sara-Page Hall and Mandy Munnell. Songs include: "Hey Lady!," "Atlantic City," Moonlight," "The Perfect Life," etc.
74 One Man Show : "A New Play" by Ruth Goodman and Augustus Goetz. Produced by Jed Harris at various theatres (1945) starring Constance Cummings, Frank Conroy, James Rennie, John Archer (Father of Anne Archer), etc. Directed by Jed Harris.
74 One-Man Star Wars Trilogy : "Three Movies. One Man. And a Galaxy Far, Far Away" by Charles Ross. Various productions (unknown date - 2013). Originally produced at the Post Street Theatre (San Francisco - no date) starring Charles Ross.
74 One Man's Woman : "A Sensational Drama" by Michael Kallesser. Produced by the Frank Wilcox Company at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1928) starring Joseph Norris, William Carey, Clarissa Reed, Dorothy Holmes, Helene Ambrose, etc. Directed by Jack Hays.
74 One More River : Book by Beverley Cross. Produced by Mary K. Frank at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1960) starring Lloyd Nolan, Alfred Ryder, Harry Gaurdino, Al Lewis ("Grandpa" on television's "The Munsters," etc.), David Winters, Robert Drivas, etc. Directed by Windsor Lewis.
74 One Night In Rome : Book by J. Hartley Manners. Produced in 1920 (No location listed) starring Laurette Taylor, Philip Merivale, Barry Baxter, Helen Blair, Olin Field, Greta Kemble Cooper, etc. Directed by J. Hartley Manners.
74 One Of Our Girls : "A Comedy Drama" by Bronson Howard. Various productions (1885 - 1904) starring Louis James, E.H. Sothern, F.F. MacKay, Fritz Williams, Ida Vernon, Helen Dauvray, Vaughan Glaser, Louis Albion, James Hester, etc.
74 One Of The Bravest : "Drama" by Charles McCarthy. Produced in Montpelier, VT (No specific location or date listed) starring Charles McCarthy, William Cronin, Grace Howard, Lida Darrell, Austin Hart, Hop Wah, etc.
74 One Of The Family : "The Uproarious Comedy" by Kenneth Webb. Various productions (1926) starring Raymond Van Sickle, Beulah Bondi (Co-star of "It's a Wonderful Life," etc. on film), Leila Frost, Grant Mitchell, Kay Johnson, Frank Wilcox, Kay Strozzi, Halbert Brown, etc.
74 One Of The Finest : "Great New York Success" produced at the People's Theatre (1882) starring Gus Williams, Isabel Waldron, Henry Kramer, Marie Dudley, Minnie C. Lenox, Rachel Booth, etc. Directed by John Rickaby.
74 One Shall Be : Book by Luther Martin Kennett. Produced by the Yale University School of the Fine Arts/The Department of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1935) starring Dorland Dryer, Henry Darbee, Arthur L. Sachs, Virginia Keller, Boris Sokoloff, Ruth Lane, etc. Directed by Alexander Dean and Constance Welch.
74 One Shoe Off : "A New Comedy" by Mark Reed. Produced by George Abbott at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1946) starring Edward Clarke Lilley, Carree Clarke, Margaret Hayes, Robert Sully, Darren Dublin, Roy Walling, June Dayton, etc. Directed by George Abbott. Costumes by Lucinda Ballard.
74 One Summer's Day : "A New Comedy" by H.V. Esmond. Produced by Charles Frohman at Wallack's Theatre (NYC - 1898) starring John Drew, Arthur W. Byron, Isabel Irving, May Buckley, Kate Meek, Elsie De Wolfe (Of the Empire Theatre Company), Delos King, etc.
74 One Sunday Afternoon : Book by James Hagan. Produced by Leo Peters and Leslie J. Spiller at the Forty-Eighth Street Theatre (NYC - 1933) starring Lloyd Nolan, Percy Helton, Mary Holsman, Francesca Bruning, Rita Collins, Fred Steinway, Karl Swenson, etc. Directed by Leo Bulgakov.
74 One Third Of A Nation : "A Living Newspaper About Housing" by Arthur Arent (Based on research compiled by the editorial staff of the Living Newspaper). Produced by the Federal Theatre at the Adelphi Theatre (NYC - 1938) starring Charles Dill, Sidney Riggs, Wayne Nunn, Larry Fox, Roy LeMay, May Ritchie, Jennie Wren, etc. Directed by Lem Ward.
74 1000 Airplanes On The Roof : "A Science Fiction Music-Drama" realized by Philip Glass, David Henry Hwang and Jerome Sirlin. Produced by the American Music Theatre Festival (Philadelphia - 1988) starring The Philip Glass Ensemble, Jodi Long and Patrick O' Connell. Directed by Philip Glass.
74 One Touch Of Venus : Book by S.J. Perelman and Ogden Nash (Based on "The Tinted Venus" by F.J. Anstey). Music by Kurt Weill. Lyrics by Ogden Nash. Various productions (1944 - 96) starring Mary Martin, John Boles, Ben Cutler, Paula Lawrence, Helen Raymond, Allyn Ann McLerie, Lawrence Brooks, William Sully, Russell Nype, Ruth Gillette, Jerry Ross, Kenny Baker (Co-star of "The Jack Benny Program" on radio), Teddy Hart, Bert Freed, Harold J. Stone (Co-star of television's "My World and Welcome To It," etc), Jack Mann, Pearl Lang, Sono Osato, Helen Anne Barcay, Nick Corley, Irma Rogers, Diana Brownstone, Jeff Siebert, Marilyn Cooper, David Alan Grier, Andy Taylor, Carol Woods, John Halmi, Melinda Klump, Jane Krakowski, Keith Thomas, etc. Originally produced by Cheryl Crawford, directed by Elia Kazan and choreographed by Agnes de Mille. Songs include; "West Wind," "Way Out West in Jersey," "Foolish Heart," "Speak Low," "Wooden Wedding', "New Art is True Art," etc.
74 One, Two, Three! : "New Comedy" by Ferenc Molnar (English text by Sidney Howard). Produced by Gilbert Miller at Hemry Miller's Theatre (NYC - 1930) starring Arthur Byron, John Williams (Co-star of television's "Family Affair". Co-star of "Dial M for Murder," Midnight Lace," etc. on film), Colin Hunter, George H. Trader, Audray Dale, etc. Directed by James Whale. Billed with "The Violet" by Ference Molnar (English text by Arthur Richman) starring Ruth Gordon, A.P. Kaye, Aldeah Wise, etc.
74 One Way Pendulum : "An Evening of High Drung and Slarrit" by N.F. Simpson. Various British productions (1959 - 60) starring Roddy Maude-Roxby (Co-star of television's "Laugh In," etc), Gwen Nelson, George Benson, Robin Philips, Margaret Jones, Leonard Rossiter (Star of television's "The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin. Co-star of "Oliver," "2001: A Space Odyssy," etc on film), Hilary Tindall, Tony Tanner, etc.
74 One Way Street : "A Mystery Drama" by Beulah Poynter. Produced by George Leffler at various theatres (1928 - 29) starring Bert Wilcox, Ross Hertz, John R. Hamilton, Alfred Swenson, Sherling, Jean Clarendon, Fred Strong, William Jordan, etc. Directed by Hamilton McFadden.
75 One Wife : "The New Sensational Society Play" produced at the Varieties Theatre (No location listed - 1872) starring Charlotte Thompson, Frederic Robinson, J.V. Melton, Harry Pearson, Harry Hurlock, Jane Rignold, May Roberts, etc. Directed by Loraine Rogers. Billed with "The Sea of Ice" by Joseph Piggott.
75 One Woman's Life : "A New Play" by William Jossey. Produced at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1913) starring Albert Phillips, Edward Collins, Leila Shaw, George Tripp, Eva Banes, Bertha Welby, Maud Ayres, Fort Leslie, etc.
75 Onion Cellar, The : "World Premiere" by Amanda Palmer, Jonathan Marc Sherman, Marcus Stern and Christine Jones. Produced by the American Repertory Theatre (Cambridge, MA - 2006) starring The Dresden Dolls, Remo Airaldi, Thomas Derrah, Jeremy Geidt, Karen MacDonald, etc. Directed by Marcus Stern.
75 Only A Country Girl : "The Rustic Comedy" produced by Holden's Comedy Company at the Rockford Opera House (Rockford, IL - No date) starring Harry M. Holden, H.M. Hooper, Ulysses Davis, Kitty De Lorme, Iona Holden, W.E. Dalton, etc.
75 Only A Farmer's Daughter : "Greatest American Play" by Elliott Barnes. Various productions (No date) starring Blanche Curtisse, Louise Mitchell, Emma Randall, Agnes Purcell, Harry Day, Lillian Billings, Louise Demmon, Emma Frank, Mamie Gilroy, etc.
75 Only A King : "The Elaborate Extravagant Burlesque on King Do Do" with book and lyrics by W. Ballouf. Music by Joe Hollander. Produced by Fred Irwin's Majestics at the Murray Hill Theatre (NYC - 1907) starring Gus Fay, George Lambert, Etta Williams, Flo Barnes, Anna Meek, Kitty Morgan, Thomas Ross, etc. Songs include: "Jollity," "I'm Looking for a Kingie," "Love Dance of the Orient," etc.
75 Only An Orphan Girl : "A Soul-Stirring Drama of Human Trials and Tribulations" by Henning Nelms. Produced by The Performing Players of the Parkway Playhouse (Burnsville, NC - 1959) starring E. Anderson, L. Rubin, J. Friedlander, etc. Directed by Lester L. Moore.
75 Only Game In Town, The : "A New Play" by Frank D. Gilroy. Produced by Edgar Lansbury (Brother of Angela Lansbury) at various theatres (1968) starring Richard Mulligan, Carolan Daniels and Albert Paulsen. Directed by Daniel Petrie.
75 Only Girl, The : "The Season's Sensational Musical Comedy Success" by Henry Blossom (Adapted from Frank Mandel's Comedy, "Our Wives"). Music by Victor Herbert (Portrayed by Walter Connolly in the 1939 biopic, "The Great Victor Herbert"). Produced by Joe Weber (Of the comedy team, "Weber and Fields") at various theatres (1915 - 16) starring Thurston Hall, Jed Prouty, Ernest Torrence, Marion Mosby, Richard Bartlett, Emmanuel A. Turner, Frank Coombs, Wilda Bennett, etc. Directed by Fred G. Latham. Songs include: "The More I See of Others, Dear, The Better I Love You," "Here's to the Land We Love, Boys," "Connubial Bliss," "When Your Ankle Wears the Ball and Chain," etc.
75 Only In America : "A New Play" by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee (Based on the best seller by Harry Golden). Various productions (1959 - 60) starring Nehemiah Persoff, Enid Markey, Ludwig Donath ("Co-star of "The Jolson Story," "Jolson Sings Again," "Torn Curtain," etc. on film), Shannon Bolin, Wayne Tippit, Shepperd Strudwick, Vincent Gardenia, Alan Alda, Herschel Bernardi, Larry McCardel, Kim Hamilton, etc. Originally produced (1959) and directed by Herman Shumlin.
75 Only Son, The : "A New Play" by Winchell Smith. Various productions (1912 - 14) starring Thomas W. Ross, Frank Hollins, Henry Weaver, George Spelvin, Lester Palmer, Reginald Denny, William H. Sams, Richard Gordon, Edith Speare, Alma Tell, etc.
75 Only The Truth Is Funny : One man show written by and starring Rick Reynolds. Produced at various theatres (1991).
75 Only Thing Worse You Could Have Told Me..., The : One man show written by and starring Dan Butler (Co-star of television's "Frasier," etc.). Produced by Scott Allyn at the Actor's Playhouse (NYC - 1995). Directed by Randy Brenner.
75 Only Way, The : "Romantic Play" by Freeman Wills (A Dramatic Version of Charles Dickens' Famous Novel, "A Tale of Two Cities"). Various productions (1899 - 1902) starring Henry Miller, Edward J. Morgan (By permission of Daniel Frohman), Daniel H. Harkins, Byron Douglas, George Irving, Anson Rood, Margaret Anglin, Martin Harvey, Fuller Mellish, etc.
75 Onward Victoria : "A Staged Concert" with book and lyrics by Charlotte Anker and Irene Rosenberg. Music by Keith Herrmann. Produced by The MINT Theater Company (NYC - No date) starring Joy Franz, Deborah Tranelli, Michael Dantuono, A.J. Vincent, etc. Directed by Mark-Leonard Simmons. Songs include: "A City With Ships," "In New York, The Only Sin is Being Timid," "Taste of Forever," "Victoria's Banner," "A Woman Like Beth," "Drown the Dreamer," etc.
75 Oolah, The : "That Merry Comic Opera" produced at various theatres (1889 - 90) starring Francis Wilson, Hubert Wilke, Charles Plunkett, Ida Eissing, Marie Jansen, Laura Moore, etc. Directed by Richard Barker.
75 Open Gate, The : "An Idyllic Play" by C. Haddon Chambers. Produced by Private Theatricals for the Benefit of the Lawrence Athletic Club at the Berkeley Lyceum (No location listed - 1894) starring Arthur Duncan Moir, Lucas F. Sage, etc. Billed with "In Honour Bound" by Sidney Grundy.
75 Open House : "A New Comedy" by Harry Young. Produced by Rex Carlton at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1947) starring Mary Boland, John Harvey, Don Gibson, Joyce Mathews (Wife of Milton Berle, Billy Rose, Don Beddoe, etc.,), Ann Dere Dave Tyrrell, Curtis Cooksey, etc. Directed by Coby Ruskin.
75 Open Season (By O.G. Brockett) : Book by O.G. Brockett. Produced by Stetson University at the Stover Theatre (DeLand, FL - 1954) starring Richard Rigsby, Robert Plato, Max Bird, Tom Locke, Ted Cassidy ("Lurch" on television's "The Addams Family," etc.), etc. Directed by Lenyth Brockett.
75 Open Season (By J. Callomon) : "An Intimate Review" mostly by Jane Callomon, June Reizner, Bernard Baskin and William Glennon. Produced by Frederick Burleigh at The Playhouse (Pittsburgh, PA - No date) starring Jayne Carvel, Carmen Bonacci, Jay Doyle, Judy Knaiz, Josie Tutsie, etc. Directed by Robert Bardwell. Choreographed by Robert Haddad. Songs include: "Stopping the Show," "Murder of an Anatomy," "Cha-Cha Charlie," "Fugue For Independent Thinkers," "Around the World in $80,000," "I Stopped Smoking," etc.
75 Operation Sidewinder : Book by Sam Shepard. Produced by The Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center at the Vivian Beaumont Theater (NYC - 1970) starring Robert Phalen, Scott Hylands, Cathy Burns, Paul Benjamin, Philip Bosco, etc. Directed by Michael A. Schultz.
75 Opportunity : "A New American Play" by Owen Davis. Produced by William A. Brady at the Forty-Eighth Street Theatre (NYC - 1920) starring James Crane, Lily Cahill, Nita Naldi, Eveta Knudsen, Ada Howell, Cliff Worman, etc.
75 Orchid, The : "The English Musical Entertainment" by James T. Tanner and Joseph W. Herbert. Music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton. Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank. Various productions (1903 - 07) starring Eddie Foy (Portrayed by Bob Hope in the 1955 biopic, "The Seven Little Foys," by Eddie Foy, Jr in the 1942 biopic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy," in the 1944 biopic, "Wilson" and the 1964 television special "The Seven Little Foys" on "The Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre".), Trixie Friganza, Amelia Stone, Maude Fulton, Barrington Foote, Mabel Weeks, Gertie Miller, Connie Ediss, Edmund Payne, Evelyn Scott, Clara Clifton, John Doran, George Lauri, etc. Songs include: "A Perfect Lady," "Far Peru," "He Goes to Church on Sunday," "I Must Propose to You," etc.
75 Orchids And Panthers : Book by Alfonso Vallejo. Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami, FL - 1987) starring Dion Anderson, Judith Delgado, Olive Negron, John Shepard and Jeff Ware. Directed by Arnold Mittelman.
75 Order Please : "A Comedy With Murder" by Edward Childs Carpenter (From a play by Walter Hackett). Produced by George Bushar and John Tuerk at the Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1934) starring Vivienne Osborne, Robert Toms, Peggy Marlowe, A. Fothringham Lysons, Olive Briscoe, Robert Shayne ("Inspector Henderson" on television's "The Adventures of Superman," etc.), Percy Moore, William Hopper (Son of De Wolf Hopper and Hedda Hopper. Co-star of televisions "Perry Mason"), James Bell, etc. Directed by Edward Charles Carpenter.
75 Oresteia, The : Book by Aeschylus. Various translations, adaptations and productions (c. 1955 - 1980) starring Nancy Meinzer, Anne Tyler, Mabel Kate Whiteside, Judith Anderson, Jack Fletcher, Donald Davis, Jacqueline Brookes, Ruby Dee (Wife of Ossie Davis), etc.
75 Orient Express, The : "A Farcical Comedy" by F.C. Burnand (Adapted from a German piece by Oscar Blumenthal and Gustav Kadelburg). Produced at Daly's Theatre (NYC - 1895) starring James Lewis, Frank Worthing, Sidney Herbert, Ada Rehan, etc. Billed with "A Tragedy Rehearsed" by Richard Brinsley Sheridan starring Hobart Bosworth, Tyrone Power (Father of the film star), Ada Rehan, etc.
75 Oriental America : or "In The Isle of San Domingo" by John W. Isham. Produced at various theatres (1896 - 97) starring Mattie Wilkes, R. Byron Shelton, Belle Davis, Jube Johnson, Tom Brown, Ada Guy, Jess Shipp, etc.
75 Orientals, The : Book by Stephen Grecco. Produced by The Yale School of Drama (New Haven - 1969) starring David Spielberg, Michael Lombard, Meral Taygun and Chin Fin. Directed by Ali Taygun.
75 Orlando Furioso : "Theater in the Surround" by Eduardo Sanguineti (Adapted from a poem by Ludovico Ariosto). Produced by Dick Feldman and Joseph Wishy in association with Doyle Dane Bernbach in NYC (No specific location listed - c. 1970) starring Adriana Asti, Liu Bosiso, Marina Coffa, etc. Directed by Luca Ronconi.
75 Ormer Locklear : Book by Marc Norman. Music by Tony Greco. Lyrics by Marc Norman. Produced by Center Theatre Group Forum Laboratory at the Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles - 1978) starring Laura Owens, Jeff Altman (Star of television's "Pink Lady and Jeff," etc), Susan Krebs and Darrell Larson. Directed by Marc Norman. Choreographed by Sandra Duffy.
75 Ornifle : "Comedy" by Jean Anouilh. Produced at Detkongelige Theatre (Copenhagen, Denmark - 1956-57) starring Henrik Bentzon, Astrid Villaume, Frits Helmuth, etc.
75 Oroonoko : "A Tragedy" by Thomas Southerne. Various productions (1817 - 1932) starring Edmund Kean, Ralph Richardson, Walter Fitzgerald, Walter Hudd, Richard Maxwell, etc.
75 Orphan, The : Book by David Rabe. Produced by Joseph Papp for the New York Shakespeare Festival at the Public Theatre (NYC - 1973) starring Cliff DeYoung, John Harkins, Rae Allen, Jeanne Hepple, Richard Lynch, Tom Aldredge, etc. Directed by Jeff Bleckner.
75 Orphan's Home Cycle, The : "Part One: The Story of a Childhood Charts a Changing America" by Horton Foote. Produced by the Signature Theatre Company at the Peter Norton Space, NYC (2009) starring Devon Abner, Mike Boland, Pat Bowie, Leon Addison Brown, James Demarse, Hallie Foote (Daughter of Horton Foote), Justin Fuller, Jasmine Ami Harrison, Bill Heck, Henry Hodges, Georgi James, Virginia Kull, Bryce Pinkham, Charles Turner, Dylan Riley Snyder,etc. Directed by Michael Wilson. Music by John Gromada. Choreographed by Peter Pucci.
75 Orphans : Book by Lyle Kessler. Music by Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays. Various productions (1985 - 87) starring Kevin Anderson, Terry Kinney, John Mahoney (Co-star of television's "Frasier," etc.), Albert Finney, Jeff Fahey, David R. Wright, Tom Rhatigan, Ira Howard, etc. Originally produced (1985) by The Steppenwolf Theatre (Chicago) and directed by Gary Sinise. Songs include; "Phase Dance," "Bright Size Life," "Are You Going With Me?," "Au Lait," "Oasis," etc.
75 Orpheus And Euridice : "Opera in Two Acts" by Raniero di Calzabigi. Music by Christoph Willibald Gluck. Produced by the Florida State Opera Guild (Tallahassee - No date) starring Joy Davidson, Ethel Donaldson and Patty Sue McCarty. Directed by Elena Nikolaidi.
75 Orpheus Descending : "A New Play" by Tennessee Williams. Various productions (1957 - 89) starring Maureen Stapleton, Cliff Robertson, Lois Smith, Jane Rose (Co-star of television's "Phyllis," etc.), Robert Webber, R. G. Armstrong, Janice Mars, Graham Jarvis (Co-star of television's "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman," etc.), Dinae Ladd (Mother of Laura Dern. Cousin of Tennessee Williams.), Ann Hamilton, Vanessa Redgrave, Kevin Anderson, etc. Originally produced (1957) by Robert Whitehead and The Producers Theatre and directed by Harold Clurman with costumes by Lucinda Ballard. See, also, "Something Wild in the Country".
75 Orpheus X : "World Premiere" with book and music by Rinde Eckert. Produced by the American Repertory Theatre (Cambridge, MA - 2006) starring Rinde Eckert, Suzan Hanson, John Kelly, etc. Directed by Robert Woodruff.
75 Orson's Shadow : Book by Austin Pendleton. Produced at the Barrow Street Theatre (NYC - 2005) starring John Ahlin, Ken Marks, Susan Bennett, Patrick Edgar, Scott Parkinson and Lee Roy Rogers. Directed by David Cromer.
75 Oscar Wilde : "The Wittiest Play in Town" by Leslie and Sewell Stokes. Various productions (1939 - 70) starring Robert Morley, John Buckmaster, Edward Trevor, Wyman Kane, John Carol, Colin Hunter, Frederick Graham, Thayer David, Neil Fitzgerald, Robert Casper, Ken Boyer, etc. Originally produced (1938) and directed by Norman Marshall.
75 Othello : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection. See "Shakespeare Collection" by title.
75 Other Desert Cities : "A Play " by Jon Robin Baitz. Produced by Andre Bishop, Bernard Gersten and Bob Boyett at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 2012) starring Stacy Keach, Judith Light, Elizabeth Marvel, Lauren Klein, Matthew Risch, etc. Directed by Joe Mantello.
75 Other Girl, The : "The New Comedy" by Augustus Thomas. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1904 - 06) starring Lionel Barrymore, Frank Burbeck, Ralph Delmore, Frank Worthing, Drina De Wolfe, Elsie De Wolfe (Famed interior designer), Richard Bennett, Joseph Whiting, Lou Middleton, etc.
75 Other One, The : "A Farce" by Mrs. Gardner Crane. Produced by The Academy Players at the Academy of Music (NYC - 1914) starring Godfrey Matthews, Priscilla Knowles, Grace Morrissey and Archie Curtis. Directed by Charles D. Pitt. Billed with the motion picture, "The Odyssey of the North" (Jack London's Tale of the Klondike) starring Hobart Bosworth.
75 Other People's Money : "The Ultimate Seduction" by Jerry Sterner. Various productions (1989 - 91) starring Ronnie Farer, Mitchell McGuire, James Pritchett, Howard Samuelson, Peg Small, Arch Johnson, Steven Keats, Priscilla Lopez, James Murtaugh, Lenka Peterson, etc.
75 Other Places : "Three New Plays" by Harold Pinter produced at The Cottesloe Theatre (London - 1982) starring Nigel Havers, Anna Massey (Daughter of Raymond Massey) and Paul Rogers in "Family Voices," Paul Rogers and Martin Jarvis in "Victoria Station" and Judi Dench, Paul Rogers and Anna Massey in "A Kind of Alaska". Directed by Peter Hall.
75 Other Wife, The : "A Drama" by Carl Mason. Produced by Vaughan Glaser at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1916) starring Frederick Lewis, Edward Ewald, George Beebe, Ruth Warner, Bessie MacAllister, etc.
75 Other Wise Man, The : Book by Bess Davis Schreiner (Adapted from a story by Henry Van Dyke). Produced at the Luther Place Memorial Church (Washington, DC - 1936) starring Denis E. Connell, Clifton P. Clark, Frank Koonce, Elliott Button, Yerby Pannill, Katherine Riggs, etc.
75 Other Woman, The : "New Play" by Frederic Arnold Kummer. Produced at the Olympic Theatre (NYC - 1911) starring Blanche Walsh, George W. Howard, Nellie Butler, Isabel Mendoza, Anna Cleveland and Zora Lawrence. Directed by Priestly Morrison.
75 Others, The : "A New Play" by Richard Lortz. Original music by Peggy Coolidge. Produced by Jerry Schlossberg, Jerry Hammer and Adela Holzer at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1972) starring Julie Harris and Richard Kiley. Directed by Gilbert Cates.
75 Otherwise Engaged : Book by Simon Gray. Various productions (1975 - 78) starring Tom Courtenay, Nicolas Coster, John Horton, Michael Lombard, Michael Gambon, Rosemary Martin, Bruce Bould, Philip Kerr, James Greene, Marion Lines, Alan Bates, Ian Charleson, Nigel Hawthorne, Julian Glover, Mary Miller, etc. Originally produced (1975) by Michael Codron and directed by Harold Pinter.
75 Our American Cousin : "A Four Act Comedy" by Tom Taylor. Produced at various theatres (1875 - 1915) starring E.H. Sothern, Adolph Lestina, Frank Reicher, John Taylor, Helena Head, etc. Directed by Lee Shubert. This is the play Abraham Lincoln attended at Ford's Theatre the night he was assassinated (April 14, 1865).
75 Our Bachelors : "Extremely Funny and Indisputably Successful Comedy" by Joseph Bradford. Various productions (c. 1880) starring Frederick Julian, Gerald Griffin, Sam T. Shaw, Edith Julian, Stuart Robson, William H. Crane, John Marble, William Morris, Agnes Proctor, Nannie Egberts, etc.
75 Our Bess : "The Mirth Provoking Comedy" produced in Utica, NY (1887) starring Hilda Thomas, William Wyll, Nellie Inman, Pearl Inman, Al Reeves, etc.
75 Our Best Society : "Popular Comedy" by Irving Brown. Produced at Thompson's Hall (No location listed - c. 1888) starring Fannie Heightman, Fannie Ray, William Fields, Adolph Asher, George Lowe, etc.
75 Our Betters : "The New Comedy" by W. Somerset Maugham. Various productions (1917 - 40) starring Diantha Pattison, Robert Brinton, Fritz Williams, Rose Coghlan, Cecil Fletcher, Arthur Chesney, Ina Claire, Constance Collier, Madge Evans, Hugh Sinclair, Lilian Kemble Cooper, Natalie Schafer (Co-star of television's "Gilligan's Island," etc), Thomas Coley, A.J. Herbert, etc. Originally produced (1917) by John D. Williams and directed by J. Clifford Brooke.
75 Our Boys : "Brilliant Comedy" by Henry J. Byron. Various productions (1876 - 92) starring George Holland, Charles Stanley, McKee Rankin, Lillie Glover, Lizzie Harrold, Harry Bave, Alfred Hudson, Robert Edeson, James Burrows, Fanny Addison, M.N. Buck, C.A. Bostwick, H.R. Brennan, Joseph Howard, Lillian Jerome, Carrie Wood, Minnie DeLange, Kate Robertson, E.L. Corcoran, etc.
75 Our Candidate : Produced at the Park Opera House (Erie, PA - 1880) starring Harry G. Raymond, Ackland Von Boyle, Alfred McDowell, I.N. Drew, Jennie Fisher, etc.
75 Our Children : "A New Play" produced by Oliver Morosco at the Sam.S. Shubert Memorial Theatre (St. Louis - 1915) starring Henry Kolker, Charles Ruggles, Gus Weinberg, Ida St. Leon, Cecil Owen, Olive Tell, etc.
75 Our Class : Book by Tadeusz Slobodzianek (adapted by Ryan Craig). Original Score by Sophie Solomon. Produced by the Tufts University Department of Drama and Dance at the Balch Arena Theatre (Medford, Massachusetts - 2012). Directed by Barbara Wallace Grossman.
75 Our Country First : "An American Play" produced by Edward F. Rush and Lyle D. Andrews at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1916) starring John Marble, Amelia Meyers, Robita Bellinger, Robert Armstrong (Star of "King King" "Son of Kong," Mighty Joe Young" etc. on film), Goeffrey Stein, Brandon Peters, Helen Fulton, etc.
75 Our Country's Good : Book by Timberlake Wertenbaker (Based on the novel, "The Playmaker" by Thomas Keneally). Produced by The Hartford Stage Company at the Nederlander Theatre (NYC - 1991) starring Amelia Campbell, Tracey Ellis, Peter Frechette, Cherry Jones, Adame LeFevre, etc. Directed by Mark Lamos.
75 Our Father's Failing : "World Premiere" by Israel Horovitz. Produced at the Goodman Theatre of the Art Institute of Chicago (1976) starring Dominic Chianese (Co-star of television's "The Sopranos," etc), Joseph Leon, Lawrence Pressman and Lanna Saunders. Directed by John Dillon.
75 Our Female American Cousin : "Brilliantly Successful Comedy" by Charles Gayler. Produced at Welch's National Theatre (Philadelphia, PA - No date) starring Julia Daly, Eliza Place, Wayne Olwine, Tom Owens, Nellie West, G.C. Charles, etc. Billed with "A Kiss in the Dark" (Comic Sketch) and "The Irish Lion".
75 Our Flat : "The Great London and New York Success" produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1897) starring Philip H. Ryley, John C. Leach, Edward J. Groh, Louis Foy, John "Chinee" Leach, Anita Verno, etc. Directed by Thomas W. Ryley and Thomas G. Leach.
75 Our Goblins : or "Fun on the Rhine" by William Gill. Produced by W.C. Mitchell's Pleasure Party in New Haven, CT (1882) starring Charles Burke, Tillie McHenry, W.F. Rochester, S.P. Norman, Frank M. Willis, etc.
75 Our Governor : or "His Little Hatchet" produced in 1883 (No location listed) starring W.J. Florence, Belle Pierson, Stella Boniface, Eleanor Lane, Henry Pierson, etc.
75 Our Hearts Were Young And Gay : Book by Jean Kerr (Adapted from the book by Cornelia Otis Skinner and Emily Kimbrough). Produced by the Deering High School Dramatic Club (Portland, ME - 1956) starring Robert Grant, Meg Thompson, June Frye, Philip Clark, Karen Kibler, Bruce Brown, etc. Directed by William T. Burgess, Jr.
75 Our Irish Visitors : "New and Original Absurdity" by Thomas E. Murray and Mark Murphy. Produced at various theatres (1885 - 88) starring Thomas E. Murray, Mark Murphy, Charles W. Young, Charles A. Loder, James Reilly, Ada Boos, May Templeton, Richard Morosco, Nellie Page, etc.
75 Our Jennie : "A Beautiful Three-Act Comedy Replete with Original Songs, Banjo Solos, Witticisms, Dancing, etc." produced at Jacobs and Proctor's Opera House (Utica, NY - 1888) starring Jennie Yeamans ("America's Only Original Soubrette"), John T. Burke, Oliver Jenkins, Emily Stowe, etc. Songs include: "Mother's Good-Night Kiss," "Dancing in the Sand," "Hannah," "Nodded Yes," etc.
75 Our Joan : "Thrilling Domestic Drama" by Merivale and Dale. Produced at various theatres (1885) starring Rose Coghlan, Frazer Coulter, Luke Martin, George Deyo, Emma Hagger, George Robinson, etc.
75 Our Lan' : Book by Theodore Ward. Produced by Eddie Dowling and Louis J. Singer at the Royal Theatre (NYC - 1947) starring Murial Smith, William Veasey, Julie Haydon, Valerie Black, Augustus Smith, Sr., Service Bell, etc. Directed by Eddie Dowling.
75 Our Little Wife : "A Farce" by Avery Hopwood. Produced by The Frank Wilcox Company at Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1928) starring Frank Wilcox, Josephine Fox, Helen Mayon, William Carey, Clay Cody, Helen Blair, Hal Brown, etc. Directed by Albert Mack.
75 Our Miss Gibbs : "A Musical Play" by "Cryptos" (Constructed by James T. Tanner). Music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton. Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank. Various productions (1909 - 12) starring George Grossmith, O.B. Clarence, Arthur Hatherton, Edward Fraser, George Gregory, Julia James, Maisie Gay, Mabel Russell, Alice Hatton, Crissy Bell, Ernest Lambart, Bert Leslie, Edward Leech, Daisy Bellmore, etc. Songs include: "Bertie the Bounder," "Not That Sort of Person," "Will You Sing This Glee With Me," "March of the Foreign Commissioners," "Yorkshire," "Moonstruck," etc.
75 Our Miss McChesney : "A New American Comedy" by George V. Hobart and Edna Ferber (A Dramatization of Edna Ferber's McChesney Stories). Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1916 - 22) starring Rose Stahl, George Harcourt, May Wood, Beth Harwood, Frank Wilson, Ida Davis, Albert Goldberg, Ethel Barrymore, John Wise, William Boyd ("Hopalong Cassidy"), Gordon Fox, etc.
75 Our Secretary : "The Laughing, Screaming, Roaring Success" produced by The Original People's Theatre Company in Brattleboro, VT (No date) starring Hal Warren, Hattie Henry, Fred Loranger, H.L. Churchill, etc. "The Performance to conclude with one of Ed Burton's Laughable Black Face Farces".
75 Our Society : "A Comedy" by Clinton Stuart and J.C. Ver Planck. Produced at the Utica Opera House (Utica, NY - No date) starring Annie Russell, May Robson, E.M. Holland, Herbert Kelcey, Walden Ramsay, Maud Harrison, etc.
75 Our Stage And Stars : Produced by The Institute of Arts and Sciences at the Columbia University McMillin Academic Theater (NYC - 1934) starring Dorothy Sands and Everett Tutchings at the piano.
75 Our Strategists : or "The Prince of Liars" by H.T. Sayre. Produced at the Third Avenue Theatre (NYC - 1899) starring H. Percy Meldon, Cameron Clemens, Mortimer Weldon, H.P. Keene, Sadie Probst, etc. Directed by H. Percy Meldon.
75 Our Town : "Pulitzer Prize Play" by Thornton Wilder. Various productions (1939 - 2010) starring Frank Craven, Evelyn Varden, John Craven (Son of Frank Craven), Dorothy McGuire, Helen Carew, Butch Padgett, Doug Braxton, Beth Furlong, Frances Conroy, Shane Culkin (Brother of Macauley Culkin, etc), Spalding Gray, W.H. Macy, Roberta Maxwell, Penelope Ann Miller, Eric Stoltz, Henry Fonda, Elizabeth Hartman, Ed Begley, Mildred Natwick, John Beal (Star of "The Little Minister," etc. on film), John Randolph, John Fiedler, Margaret Hamilton (Most famous as the "Wicked Witch of the West" in the 1939 film, "The Wizard of Oz"), Durward McDonald, Richard Loder, Judith Light, Marilyn Erskine (Co-star of "The Eddie Cantor Story," etc. on film), Martha Scott, Philip Coolidge, Richard Dysart, Jack Dodson ("Howard Sprague" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show"), Anne Sheldon, Kevin Anderson, John Mahoney (Co-star of television's "Frasier"), Bob McGranahan, Mr.and Mrs. Pat O' Brien, Dana Elcar, Marc Connelly, Curtis Cooksey, Montgomery Clift, Parker Fennelly (Famous as "Titus Moody" on Fred Allen's "Allen' s Alley" radio segment), Mary Martin, Eillen Heckart, Thornton Wilder, Melchor (Mel) Ferrer, Jim Backus, Irene Tedrow, Michael Murphy, Lym Karath (Co-star of "The Sound of Music," etc. on film), Fred Gwynne, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Richard Backus, Kate Mulgrew, Lee Richardson, John Glover, Richard Dix, Powers Boothe, Tom Everett, Drexel Riley, Gayle Haden, Olive Dunbar, Walter Prichard Eaton, Joe Karioth, William H. Gleason, etc. Originally produced (1939) and directed by Jed Harris.
75 Our Wife : "A Comedy" by Lillian Day and Lyon Mearson. Produced by the Messrs. Brotherton and Halle at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1933) starring Rose Hobart, Humphrey Bogart, June Walker, Miriam Battista, Raymond O' Brien, etc. Directed by Edward C. Lilley.
75 Our Wives : "A Farce Comedy" by Helen Krafft and Frank Mandel. Various productions (1887 - 1927) starring Marguerite St. John, G.M. Wood, John G. Brett, Ruth Rose, Henry Kolker, Mark Smith, Vera Finlay, Richard Gordon, Reginald Denny, Horace Porter, Alma Tell, Kay Strozzi, Spring Byington (Star of television's "December Bride"), etc.
75 Ours : "Comedy" by T.W. Robertson. Various productions (1881 - 91) starring Lester Wallack, M.J. Pendleton, Julian Magnus, Delos King, Marion Booth, Robert S. Minturn, F. E. Camp, etc.
75 Ourselves : "A New Comedy" produced at Theatre Royal, Lyceum (London - 1811). Billed with "The Bee-Hive".
75 Out Cry : "The American Premiere of a New Play" by Tennessee Williams. Various productions (1973) starring Michael York, Cara Duff-MacCormick, Eileen Herlie and Donald Madden. Originally produced (1973) by David Merrick and directed by Peter Glenville.
75 Out From The Inner Apartments : "Original Playlet" by Soo Yong. Produced by the University of Florida Lyceum Council at the University Auditorium (Gainesville - No date) starring Soo Yong.
75 Out Of Bounds (By J. Slade) : Book, music and lyrics by Julian Slade (Based on "The Schoolmistress" by A.W. Pinero). Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Trust at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre Royal (England - No date) starring Guy Siner, Derek Crewe, Anna Quayle, John Warner, June Barrie, Roger Davidson, etc. Directed by Val May. Choreographed by Bob Stevenson. Songs include: "The Mystery," "Love Came Very Gradually," "Out of Bounds," "Fog Trot," "Turkey Time," "Song to a Broken Bust," etc.
75 Out Of Bounds (By A. Watkyn) : "A New Comedy" by Arthur Watkyn. Produced by Henry Sherek at Wyndham's Theatre (London - 1962) starring Michael Redgrave, Brandon Brady, Michael Balfour, Michael Bates, Pauline Jameson, etc. Directed by Harold French.
75 Out Of The Frying Pan : "A Comedy" by Francis Swann. Various productions (1941 - 50) starring Alfred Drake, Mabel Paige, Barbara Bel Geddes, George Mathews, Henry Antrim, Leon Janney, Forrest Orr, Robert Earle, Hale Norcross, Mike Dewell, Judy Ives, Sue Beach, etc. Originally produced (1941) by William Deering and Alexander Kirkland and directed by Alexander Kirkland.
75 Out Of The Picture : Book by Louis MacNeice. Music by William B. Goldberg. Produced by The Interplayers (No location or date listed) starring Jack Creley, Cranston Diehl, John Denny, Anna Berger, etc. Directed by Irving Stiber. Choreographed by Ellen R. Albertini. Program includes an article about The Interplayers by Arthur Miller.
75 Out Of The Question : "A New Comedy" by Ira Wallach. Produced by John Roberts and Doris Cole Abrahams at St. Martin's Theatre (London - 1968) starring Gladys Cooper, Michael Denison, Dulcie Gray, Helen Cherry, David Knight, etc. Directed by Nigel Patrick.
75 Out Of This World : "New Musical" by Dwight Taylor and Reginald Lawrence. Music and lyrics by Cole Porter (Portrayed by Cary Grant in the 1945 biopic, "Night and Day" and by Kevin Kline in the 2004 biopic, "De-Lovely"). Various productions (1950 - 95) starring Charlotte Greenwood, William Eythe, Priscilla Gillette, William Redfield, David Burns, Peggy Rea, Andrea Martin Co-star of television's SCTV," etc.), Gregg Edelman, Peter Scolari (Co -star of television's "Bosom Buddies," Newhart," etc.), Chris Monteleone, etc. Originally produced (1950) by Saint Subber and Lemuel Ayers, directed by Agnes de Mille and choreographed by Hanya Holm. Songs include: "Use Your Imagination," "They Couldn't Compare to You," "Cherry Pies Ought to Be You," "I Am Loved," etc.
75 Out There : "A Dramatic Composition" by J. Hartley Manners. Produced by The American Red Cross War Fund Committee at various theatres (1917 - 18) starring Laurette Taylor, Helen Ware, Beryl Mercer, H.B Warner (Portrayed "Jesus Christ" in the 1927 silent film, "King of Kings". Most famous as "Mr. Gower" in the 1946 film, "It's a Wonderful Life".), George Arliss, Chauncey Alcott (Portrayed by Dennis Morgan in the 1947 biopic, "My Wild Irish Rose"), James K. Hackett, George M. Cohan (Portrayed by James Cagney in the 1942 biopic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy" and the 1955 biopic, "The Seven Little Foys," by Mickey Rooney in the 1957 television special, "Mr. Broadway" and the 1964 television production of "The Seven Little Foys" and by Joel Grey on Broadway in "George M" and in the 1970 television special of the same name), Lynn Fontanne, Frank Kemble Cooper, etc. Directed by J. Hartley Manners.
75 Out West Of Eighth : "A New Comedy" by Kenyon Nicholson. Produced by Courtney Burr and Malcolm Pearson at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1951) starring Dennis Weaver (Star of television's "McCloud," "Gentle Ben," "Gunsmoke," etc), Robert Keith, Jr. (Brien Keith), Barbara Baxley, Irene Cowan, Jim Moreno, Richard Carlyle, Al Henderson, Edna Preston, etc.
75 Outcast : Book by Hubert Henry Davies. Various productions (1915 - 26) starring Elsie Ferguson, David Powell, Lelsie Palmer, Frank Wilcos, Kay Strozzi, Grace Fox, etc. Originally produced (1915) by Charles Frohman and Klaw and Erlanger.
75 Outcast, The : or "Henry Dunbar" produced at the Boston Museum (MA - 1866) starring Kate Denin, Annie Clarke, L. R. Shewell, etc.
75 Outrageous Fortune : Book by Rose Franken. Produced by William Brown Meloney at the Forty-Eighth Street Theatre (NYC - 1943) starring Elsie Ferguson, Maria Ouspenskaya, Margalo Gillmore, Margaret Hamilton (Most famous as "The Wicked Witch of the West" in the 1939 film, "The Wizard of Oz"), Margaret Williams, etc. Directed by Rose Franken.
75 Outsider, The : Book by Dorothy Brandon. Produced by William Harris, Jr. at various theatres (1924) starring Lionel Atwill, Whitford Kane, John Blair, Ann Davis, Octavia Kenmore, Katharine Cornell, Vernon Kelso, etc. Directed by Robert Milton.
75 Outward Bound : Book by Sutton Vane. Various productions (1924 - 39) starring Laurette Taylor, Florence Reed, Diana Barrymore (Daughter of John Barrymore. Portrayed by Dorothy Malone in the 1958 biopic, "Too Much, Too Soon"), James Milne, Philip Davis, Lewis Milne, Alice Roberts, J.M. Kerrrigan, Margalo Gillmore, Leslie Howard, Alfred Lunt, Charlotte Granville, Beryl Mercer, Dudley Digges, Harry Parker, Nikki Smith, Frederick W. Loeser, Francis M. Spencer, George H. Fitch, Kent Smith, Helen Chandler, Bramwell Fletcher, Vincent Price, etc. Originally produced (1924) by William H. Harris, Jr and directed by Robert Milton.
75 Outwitted At Last : "New Comick Opera" produced at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London - 1817). Billed with "The Falls of Clyde," "Lilliput," "The Man in the Moon," etc.
75 Over Here : Book by Will Holt. Music and lyrics by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman. Produced by Kenneth Waissman and Maxine Fox at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1974) starring Patti and Maxine Andrews (The Andrews Sisters), Samuel Wright, Douglass Watson, John Travolta, Marilu Henner, John Mineo, Ann Reinking, Treat Williams, Janie Sell, April Shawhan, etc. Directed by Tom Moore. Choreographed by Patricia Birch. Songs include: "The Beat Begins," "My Dream for Tomorrow," "Charlie's Place," "Hey Yvette/The Grass Grows Green," "Wartime Wedding," "Where Did the Good Times Go," "Dream Drummin'/Soft Music". "The Big Beat," The Good -Time Girl," "No Goodbyes," etc.
75 Over The Fence : "A Musical Farce Comedy" by Owen Davis. Music by Ivan L. Davis. Produced at The Bastable Theatre (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Hugh Mack, George Welch, Ralph Bicknell, Julian Rose, Rena Bicknel, Bessie Montgomery, Gussie Hart, etc. Songs include: "The Building of the Fence," "The Bowery Spoilers," "My Alabama Sue," "What the Cats Tell Us," etc.
75 Over The Garden Wall : "Screaming Comedy" produced at various theatres (No date) starring Mr. and Mrs. George S. Knight, John Rice, Charles Shackford, Rosita Worrell, etc.
75 Over The Moon : "A New Revue" with Music and lyrics by Vivian Ellis and additional numbers by Harold Rome, etc. Produced by Tom Arnold at the Piccadilly Theatre (London - 1953) starring Cicely Courtneidge, Aud Johnson, Dorothy Black, Dennis Wood, Peter Felgate, Thorley Walters, Margaret Mitchell, Eunice Gayson, etc. Directed by Jack Hulbert. Choreographed by Jack Hulbert, Irving Davies and Eunice Crowther. Songs include: "The Money Song," "Cry Baby," "Small Time," "On the Beat," "The Empire Depends on You," "Two Strings to Her Bow," "Over the Moon," "Gilbert (and Sullivan)," etc.
75 Over the River : "A Musical Farce" by George V. Hobart and H.A. DuSouchet. Music by John L. Golden. Produced by Charles Dillingham and Florenz Ziegfeld (Portrayed, most notably, by William Powell in the 1936 biopic, "The Great Ziegfeld" and the 1946 film revue "Ziegfeld Follies," by Paul Henreid in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart," by Walter Pidgeon in the 1968 biopic, "Funny Girl" and by Paul Shenar in the 1978 television biopic, "Ziegfeld: the Man and His Women") at the Globe Theatre (NYC - 1912) starring Eddie Foy (Portrayed by Bob Hope in the 1955 biopic, "The Seven Little Foys" and by Eddie Foy, Jr. in the 1942 biopic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy," in the 1945 biopic, "Wilson" and in the 1964 television special, "The Seven Little Foys".), Frank M. Rainger, Maud Lambert, Peggy Wood (Star of television's "I Remember Mama". Co-star of "The Sound of Music" on film), Harry Hermsen, etc.
75 Over The River And Through The Woods : Book by Joe DiPietro. Produced by Jonathan Pollard, Bernie Kukoff, Tony Converse and James Hammerstein at the John Houseman Theatre (NYC - 1999) starring Kaye Ballard (Co-star of television's "The Mothers - In - Law," etc), Marie Lillo, Heather Raffo, Allen Swift, etc. Directed by Joel Bishoff.
75 Over Twenty-One : "A New Comedy" by Ruth Gordon. Various productions (1944 - 61) starring Ruth Gordon, Loring Smith, Eddie Hodge, Philip Loeb (Co -star of "The Goldbergs" on radio and television), Kay Aldridge (Most famous as the star of the 1942 Saturday morning movie serial "The Perils of Nyoka"), Harvey Stephens, Tom Seidel, Jack Durant (Of the comedy team, "Mitchell and Durant"). Clinton Sundberg (MGM contract player familiar in many of the great MGM musicals of the 1940s and 1950s), Millard Mitchell (Co-star of the "Singin' in the Rain," etc. on film), Vivian Vance, Richard Dix, Kip Good, etc. Originally produced (1944) by Max Gordon and directed by George S. Kaufman.
75 Overland Route : "The Comedy Drama" by Tom Taylor. Produced at Wallack's Theatre (NYC - 1875) starring Matt Morgan, H.J. Mantague, John Gilbert, E.M. Holland, Ada Dyas, Effie Germon, Kate Bartlett, etc.
75 Overnight : "An Original Comedy" by Philip H. Bartholomae. Various productions (1911 - 13) starring Grace Griswold, Saidie Harris, Ann Crewe, Ernest Truex, Margaret Lawrence, Norma Winslow, Florence Earl, Ann Bert, John Dillon, etc. Songs include: "My Heart is Thine" and "The Eyes That I Idolize".
75 Overruled : Book by George Bernard Shaw. Produced by the Shaw Festival at the Court House Theatre (Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario - 1980) starring Susan Cox, Hayward Morse, Maurice Godin, etc. Directed by Paul Reynolds.
75 Overtons, The : "New Comedy" by Vincent Lawrence. Produced by Paul Czinner at various theatres (1945) starring Arlene Francis (Regular panelist on the television game show, "What's My Line?"), Glenda Farrell, Jack Whiting, Walter N. Greaza, Judith Evelyn, June Knight, Charles Lang, etc. Directed by Elisabeth Bergner.
75 Overture : Book by William Bolitho/ Produced by Bela Blau at various theatres (1930) starring William Foran, Lois Arnold, Pacie Ripple, Colin Clive (Star of "Frankenstein," "The Bride of Frankenstein," etc on film), Pat O' Brien, Maurice Cass, Ward Vernon, etc. Directed by Marc Connelly.
75 Owl And The Pussycat, The (By S. Bortner) : "The New American Comedy" by Stanley Bortner. Produced by The New York Repertory Group at the Cherry Lane Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring Beatrice Arthur, Florence Stanley, David F. Perkins, Jimmy McElwain, Christine McKeown, etc. Directed by Robert T. Eley.
75 Owl And The Pussycat, The (By B. Manhoff) : "The Broadway Comedy Hit" by Bill Manhoff. Various productions (1965 - 70) starring Diana Sands, Alan Alda, Eartha Kitt, Russell Nype, Eddie Bracken, Jane Singer, Pat Suzuki, Robert Reed, etc. Originally produced (1965) by Philip Rose, Pat Fowler and Seven Arts Productions and directed by Arthur Storch.
75 P.S. I Love You : Book by Lawrence Roman (Adapted from "Un Amour Qui Ne Finit Pas" by Andre Roussin). Produced by Morton Gottlieb and Helen Bonfils at various theatres (1964) starring Geraldine Page, Lee Patterson, Gilles Pelletier, Dominique Minot, etc. Directed by Henry Kaplan.
75 P.S. 193 : Book by David Rayfiel. Produced by The Theatre Group University Extension of UCLA at the Humanities Building Auditorium (1964) starring Doug Lambert, Dabney Coleman, James Whitmore, Cloris Leachman, etc. Directed by Sydney Pollack.
75 Pa : "New Home Comedy" by Cal Wallace. Produced at the Academy of Music (Oswego, NY - 1887) starring Sol Smith Russell, Fred Percy March, Frank Lawton, Mattie Ferguson, Emma Hagger, etc.
75 Pacific 1860 : "A Musical Romance" by Noel Coward. Produced at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London - c. 1946) starring Mary Martin, Sylvia Cecil, Maidie Andres, Celia Lamb, Graham Payn, Grant Tyler, Ronald Evans, etc. Directed by Noel Coward. Songs include: "Family Grace," "If I Were a Man," "Invitation to the Waltz," "I Never Knew," "Bright Was the Day," "My Horse Has Cast a Shoe," "This is a Changing World," etc. Orchestra under the direction of Mantovani.
75 Pacific Mail, The : "New Comic Play" by Paul M. Potter (Freely adapted from Tom Taylor's play, "The Overland Route"). Produced at the Star Theatre (NYC - 1894) starring William H. Crane, Orrin Johnson, Boyd Putnam, Anne O' Neill, Ida Burrows, Hal Clarendon, etc. Directed by Joseph Brooks.
75 Pacific Overtures : Book by John Weidman. Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Various productions (1976 - 84) starring Mako, Soon-Teck Oh, Yuki Shimoda, Sab Shimono, Isao Sato, Ernest Abuba, Tony Marino, Thomas Ikeda, Chuck Brown, Tom Matsusaka, Kevin Gray, Tim Ewing, John Caleb, Ronald Yamamoto, John Bantay, Allan Tung, etc. Originally produced (1976) by Harold Prince in association with Ruth Mitchell and directed by Harold Prince. Songs include: "The Advantage of Floating in the Middle of the Sea," "Four Black Dragons," "Chrysanthemum Tea," "Please Hello," etc.
76 Pack Of Lies : "A New Play" by Hugh Whitemore. Various productions (1983-85) starring Judi Dench, Michael Williams, Richard Vernon, Barbara Leigh Hunt, Penny Ryder, Rosemary Harris, Dana Ivey, George N. Martin, Patrick McGoohan, Colin Fox, Tracy Pollan (Wife of Michael J. Fox), etc. Directed by Clifford Williams.
76 Padlocks Of 1927 : "A Summer Carnival" with sketches by Paul Gerard Smith and Ballard MacDonald. Music by Lee David, Jesse Greer and Henry Tobias. Lyrics by Billy Rose (Portrayed by James Caan in the 1975 biopic, "Funny Lady"). Produced by C.W. Morganstern and Anton F. Scibilia at the Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring Texas Guinan (Portrayed by Betty Hutton in the 1945 biopic, "Incendiary Blonde"), Dave Mallen, The Phelps Twins, Helen Shipman, Walter Burke, Jay C. Flippen, Lillian Roth (Portrayed by Susan Hayward in the 1955 biopic, "I'll Cry Tomorrow"). Virginia Smith, Raymond Marlow, etc. Directed by W.J. Wilson. Choreographed by John Boyle. Songs include: "Texas," "Personality," "Summertime," "The Tap Tap," "That Stupid Melody', "Tom Tom," "Hoppin' The Buck," etc.
76 Paddy : Book by Lillian Barrett. Produced by H.H. Frazee at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Mrs. Fiske (Minnie Maddern Fiske), Henry Herbert, Roy Gordon, Joseph Macauley, Rodolfo Baldoline, etc. Directed by Harrison Grey Fiske (Husband of Minnie Maddern Fiske).
76 Paddy The Next Best Thing : Book by Gayer Mackay and Robert Ord (Adapted from the Popular novel by Gertrude Page). Produced by Robert Courtneidge's Company at Sandeman's Port Theatre (London - No date) starring J.H. Barnes, Clive Currie, Una O' Connor, Winifred Evans, Peggy O' Neil, etc.
76 Padre, The : Book by Stanley Logan (From "Mon Cure Chez Les Riches" by Andre de Lorde and Pierre Chaine). Produced at the Ritz Theatre (NYC - 1926) starring Leo Carrillo, Albert Froom, Richard Temple, Stanley Logan, Vivian Tobin, May Anderson, etc. Directed by William A. Brady.
76 Pagan Lady : "A New Play" by William DuBois. Produced by Morris Green and Lewis E. Gensler at the Forty-Eighth Street Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Lenore Ulric, Leo Donnelly, Richard Terry, Franchot Tone, Russell Hardie, etc. Directed by John D. Williams.
76 Paganini : "An Operette" by Paul Knepler and Bela Jenbach (Adapted by A.P. Herbert and Reginald Arkell). Music by Franz Lehar. Lyrics by A.P. Herbert. Various productions (1915 - 30) starring George Arliss, Dudley Digges, Margery Maude, Edgar Kent, Richard Tauber, Evelyn Laye, etc. Originally produced (1915) by Klaw and Erlanger and George C. Tyler and directed by Frederick Stanhope.
76 Page Miss Glory : "A Comedy" by Joseph Schrank and Philip Dunning. Produced by Laurence Schwab and Philip Dunning at the Mansfield Theatre (NYC - 1935) starring James Stewart, Jane Seymour, Dorothy Hall, Royal Beal, Peggy Shannon, Bruce MacFarlane, Harold Grau, Betty Field, Joe Vitale, Harry Bellaver, Charles D. Brown, etc. Directed by George Abbott.
76 Pageant : Book and lyrics by Bill Russell and Frank Kelly. Music by Albert Evans. Produced by Jonathan Scharer at The Blue Angel (NYC - 1991) starring J.T. Cromwell, David Drake, Russell Garrett, Joe Joyce, Dick Scanlon, etc. Directed and choreographed by Robert Longbottom.
76 Paid In Full : "A Play of Contemporaneous American Life" by Eugene Walter. Produced by Wagenhals and Kemper at the Astor Theatre (NYC - 1908) starring Tully Marshall, Lillian Albertson, Ben Johnson, Frank Sheridan, Hattie Russell, Guy Bates Post, William Riley Hatch, etc.
76 Paint Your Wagon : "A New Musical" with book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner. Music by Frederick Loewe. Various productions (1951 - 2003) starring James Barton, Olga San Juan (Wife of Edmund O' Brien), Tony Bavaar, James Mitchell (Co-star of television's "All My Children"), Rufus Smith, Kay Medford, John Randolph, Chun-Tao Cheng, Delbert Anderson, Eddie Dowling, Marijane Maricle, Robert Penn, John Carradine, Mary Ellen, Christine Mathews, Harry Weber, Joe Masiell, Paul Ukena, Daniel Gsovski, James Rhea, Arlene Demarco, Tom Tully, Buddy Ebsen, Molly Bee, Paul White, Garrett Lewis, Buck Young, Barbara Perry, Burl Ives, Andrew Duggan, etc. Originally produced (1951) by Cheryl Crawford and directed and choreographed by Daniel Mann. Songs include: "I'm On My Way," "I Talk to the Trees," "They Call the Wind Maria," "I Still See Elisa," "How Can I Wait?," "There's a Coach Comin' In," "Another Autumn," "Wand'rin Star," etc.
76 Painter Of Italy, The : "The New Tagic Drama" produced at the Theatre Royale, Dublin (1840). Billed with "The King's Gardener," "Vol Au Vent," "The Warden of Galway," "Family Jars," "Joan of Arc," etc.
76 Painting Churches : Book by Tina Howe. Various productions (1983 - 85) starring George N. Martin, Elizabeth McGovern, Marian Seldes, Mary Ann Thebus, Edgar Meyer and Isabella Hofmann. Originally produced (1983) by The Second Stage (NYC) and directed by Carole Rothman.
76 Pair O' Fools : "A Merry Scintillating, Singing and Dancing, Musical Comedy with Laughs You Will Remember and Tunes You Will Whistle" by John Emerson and Anita Loos. Music and lyrics by Byron Gay. Produced by Kolb and Dill at the Studebaker Theatre (Chicago - 1926) starring (C. William) Kolb and (Max M.) Dill, Harold Nelson, Doris Duncan, Fay Tempest, May Cloy, etc. Directed by Kolb and Dill. Choreographed by George Cunningham. Songs include: "I'm Gald I'm Home," "Tell Me Little Star," "Wild Oats," "Isn't Love Wonderful," "Dreamland Faces," "Dance the Hours Away," etc.
76 Pair Of Petticoats : "A Comedy" by Cyril Harcourt. Produced by Lee and J.J. Shubert in association with A.H. Woods at the 44th Street Roof Theatre (NYC - 1918) starring George Giddens, Leonard Mudie, Roy Gordon, Cyril Harcourt, Byron Russell, Henry Travers (Most famous as "Clarence the Angel" in the 1946 film, "It's a Wonderful Life"), Laura Hope Crews (Most famous as "Aunt Pittypat" in the 1939 film, "Gone With the Wind"), etc. Directed by Cyril Harcourt.
76 Pair Of Pinks, A : "Another Edition of That Funny Affair" produced by E.D. Stair at various theatres (1905) starring (Hap) Ward and (Harry) Vokes, Charles Howard, David DeWolf, Lou Miller, Eddie Judge, Blanche West, Lucy Daly, etc. Music by Emil Bierman and Robert A. Adams. Lyrics by James O' Dea. Songs include: "Just for a Day," Josephine," "For Our Country, Our U.S.A.," "Sweetest Girl in Dixie," "A Jail Flirtation," etc.
76 Pair Of Silk Stockings, A : "A Comedy" by Cyril Harcourt. Various productions (1914 - 23) starring Sybil Carlisle, Mary Glynne, Cyril Harcourt, George Odell, Byron Russell, Alison Skipworth, Sam Sothern, Wallace Erskine, George Graham, Louie Emery, etc. Originally produced (1914) by Winthrop Ames.
76 Pair Of Sixes, A : "The Funniest Farce Ever Written" by Edward Peple. Various productions (1915 - 20) starring Orlando Daly, Richard Earle, Eleanor Fairbanks, Bernice Buck, Minna Gombel, Harry Stubbs, Marion Ballou, Sam B. Hardy, Frank McIntyre, Fritz Williams, Dudley Hickey, Frank Wilcox, Adelaide Hibbard, Roscoe Patch, Frank Shannon, etc. Originally produced (1915) by H.H. Frazee and directed by Edward McGregor.
76 Pair Of Spectacles, A : "A Comedy" by Sydney Grundy. Various productions (1890 - 1917) starring Jahn Hare, Charles Groves, Ivo Dawson, A.E. Matthews, May Harvey, J.H. Stoddart, E.M. Holland, Maud Harrison, Julia Nelson, Fred Terry, W. Roosevelt Thompson, Jack B. Bennet, etc.
76 Pajama Game, The : "The Smash Musical Hit" by George Abbott and Richard Bissell (Based on Richard Bissell's novel, "71/2 Cents"). Music and lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross. Various productions (1954 - 2009) starring John Raitt, Janis Paige, Eddie Foy, Jr., Carol Haney (Wife of Larry Blyden), Reta Shaw, Stanley Prager, Marilyn Gennaro, Shirley MacLaine, Virginia Martin, Fran Warren, Larry Douglas, Buster West, Helen Gallagher, Julie Wilson, Ruth Gillette, Mary Stanton, Mindy Carson, Stephen Douglas, Peter Gennaro, Paul Hartman (Of the "The Hartmans" dancing team. Most famous as "Emmet the Fix-It Man" on "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Mayberry RFD"), Jane Kean (Co-star of "The Color Honeymooners" series of the 1960s), Pat Stanley, Jack Goode, Jack Haskell, Dick O' Neill, David Canary (Co -star of television's "Bonanza," "All My Children," etc. Great-great nephew of "Calamity Jane" - Martha Jane Canary.), George Pelvin, Buster West, Betty O' Neil, Debra Paget, Joan Barlet, Jim Sands, Bill Bowen, Gail Martin (Daughter of Dean Martin), Bill Hayes, Elaine Dunn, Jack Drummond, Frankie Laine, Norwood Smith, Jet MacDonald, Barbara McNair, Cab Calloway, Hal Linden, Chris Calloway (Daughter of Cab Calloway), Tiger Haynes, Mary Jo Catlett, Liza Minnelli, Stanley Grover, Bernie West, Sid Raymond, Dennis Cole, Jerry Wayne, Jen Nelson, Sammy Smith, Judy Kaye, Jess Richards, Richard Muenz, Nadeen Greene-Witlen, Richard A. Rivete, Bruce Clayton, Becca Ashley, Aurora Regina Amesbury, Steven Shane Bass, Gregg Bleam, Keith Brumm, Kristina Burdeshaw, Marcy Rhodes Butler, Alverano Campbell, Jeff Cole, Patti Cole, John Corneilson, Maureen Dogen, Denise Glickler, Sheri Hancock, Ken Hilton, Andrew Hurst, Craig C. James, David Leppert, Rebekah Leppert, Allison H. Metcalf, Ken Noble, Danielle Posner, Darrell G. Riley, Kelly A. Roberts, Scotty Roberts, John P. A. Sherman, Trenton Venezia, Aubrey Wise, Kim Wise,etc. Originally produced (1954) by Frederick Brisson (Husband of Rosalind Russell), Robert E. Griffith and Harold S. Prince, directed by George Abbott and Jerome Robbins and choreographed by Bob Fosse (Courtesy of MGM). Songs include: "I'm Not At All in Love," "I'll Never Be Jealous Again," "Hey There," "Once A Year Day," "I Love You More," "Steam Heat," "Hernando's Hideaway," "I Never Dreamed," etc.
76 Pajama Lady, The : "The Gay and Sophisticated Music, Girl and Laugh Show" by Harry B. Smith and George W. Lederer. Music by Philip Charig and Richard Myers. Lyrics by Robert B. Smith and John Mercer. Produced by George W. Lederer at the Erlanger Theatre Beautiful (NYC - No date) starring Lester Allen, Barbara Newberry, John Barker, Dick Keene, Bobbie Perkins, etc. Directed by George W. Lederer. Choreographed by Albertina Rasch. Songs include: "One, Two, Three," Let's Suppose," "My Better Half," Three Guesses," etc.
76 Pajama Tops : Book by Mawby Green and Ed Feilbert (Based on the French farce, "Moumou" by Jean De Le Traz). Produced at the Blackstone Theatre (Chicago - 1964) starring June Wilkinson, Richard Vath, William Browder, etc. Directed by Richard Vath.
76 Pal Joey : "A New Musical Comedy" by John O' Hara. Music by Richard Rodgers with lyrics by Lorenz Hart (Rodgers and Hart were portrayed by Tom Drake and Mickey Rooney in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Various productions (1940 - 95) starring Gene Kelly, June Havoc, Stanley Donan, Vivienne Segal, Van Johnson, Jack Durant (Of the comedy team, "Mitchell and Durant"), Albert Ruiz, Robert J. Mulligan, Harold Lang, Helen Gallagher, Lionel Stander, Betty O' Neil, Elaine Dunn, Nancy Walker, Elaine Stritch, Carol Bruce, Bob Fosse, Eillen Heckart, Janie Sell, Joan Copeland, Christopher Chadman, Dixie Carter, Joe Sirola, Marilu Henner, Helena Bliss, Richard Tone, Russell Boulter, Viveca Lindfors, Kay Medford, Yvonne DeCarlo, Frankie Avalon, Barbara Nichols, Lew Parker, Barbara Perry, Goldie Hawn, Andy Williams, Julie Wilson, Ray Hollingsworth, Irene Manning, Anthony S. Teague, Marti Rolph, Nancy Marchand, Joel Friend, Jean Darling, Madeleine Sherwood, Timmy Everett, Dorothy Lamour, Swen Swenson, Patti Lupone, Peter Gallagher, Bebe Neuwirth, Eleanor Parker, Edward Villella, Tommy Morton, Shirl Conway, Jessie Elliott, Sian Phillips, Denis Lawson, Ben Gerard, Jacqueline James, Joe Hill, David Burns, etc. Originally produced (1940) and directed by George Abbott and choreographed by Robert Alton. Songs include: "I Could Write a Book," "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered," "Zip," "Plant You Now, Dig You Later', "Love is My Friend," etc.
76 Palace of Truth, The : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection - See the "Gilbert and Sullivan Collection" under play title.
76 Palm Tree In A Rose Garden, A : "A New Play" by Meade Roberts. Produced at the Falmouth Playhouse (MA - 1955) starring Dorothy Stickney, Alice Ghostley, Herbert Evers, Barbara Baxley, Ron Harper, George Voskovec, etc. Directed by Jose Quintero.
76 Pals First : "A New Comey" by Lee Wilson Dodd (From Francis Perry Elliott's Novel of the Same Name). Produced by J. Fred Zimmerman, Jr. at various theatres (1917) starring William Courtenay, Thomas A. Wise, Marion Kerby, Albert Sackett, Auriol Lee, etc. Directed by Ira Hards.
76 Palmy Days : "A New Play" by Augustus Thomas. Produced by Arthur Hopkins in 1919 (No location listed) starring Wilton Lackaye, John Robb, Mina Saville, Emmet Shackleford, George Spaulding, Genevieve Tobin, etc. Directed by Augustus Thomas.
76 Panama Hattie : Book by Herbert Fields and B.G.De Sylva (Portrayed by Gordon MacRae in the 1956 biopic, "The Best Things in Life are Free"). Music and lyrics by Cole Porter (Portrayed by Cary Grant in the 1945 biopic, "Night and Day" and by Kevin Kline in the 2004 biopic, "De-Lovely"). Various productions (1940 - 76) starring Ethel Merman, Arthur Treacher, Betty Hutton, James Dunn, Virginia Field, Joan Carroll, Rags Ragland, Pat Harrington, Al Downing, Charles King, Jane (June) Allyson, Betsy Blair (Wife of Gene Kelly), Lucille Bremer, Vera Ellen, Dick Bernie, Lew Parker, Mary McCarty, Danny Scholl, Ralph Farnsworth, Lisa Kirk, Jack Albertson, Ann Miller, Terence Monk, Bernice Parks, Michael Cox, etc. Originally produced (1940) by B.G. de Sylva, directed by Edgar MacGregor and choreographed by Robert Alton. Songs include: "I' ve Still Got My Health," "Let's Be Buddies," "I Detest a Fiesta," "Make It Another Old Fashioned, Please," "Who Would Have Dreamed," "God Bless the Women," etc.
76 Panel, The : Produced at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London - 1825). Billed with "The Wager," "De La Perouse," etc.
76 Panjandrum : "An Original Olla -Podrida" produced at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - 1893) starring De Wolf Hopper (Most famous for his stage recitation of "Casey at the Bat". Husband of Hedda Hopper.), Edmund Stanley, John A. Parks, Will Jones, Anna O' Keefe, Della Fox, etc. Directed by H.A. Cripps.
76 Pantagleize : "A Farce to Make You Sad" by Michel de Ghelderode. Various translations and productions (1965 - 68) starring Rex Robbins, Kim Jorgensen, Joseph Endes, Keene Curtis, Richard Easton, Jennifer Harmon, Donald Moffat, Ellis Rabb, Louis Robert Plante, Michael Posnick, etc.
76 Pantaloon : "A Plea for an Ancient Family" by J.M. Barrie. Produced in NYC (No date) starring Lionel Barrymore, John Barrymore, John P. Kennedy, Leona Powers and Beatrice Agnew. Directed by William Seymour.
76 Panthea : Book by Monckton Hoffe. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1914) starring Olga Petrova, George Nash, Milton Sills, Frank Hatch, Olive Temple, Dixie O' Nill, etc.
76 Panto : Book by Derek Walcott. Produced at the Goodman Theatre of the Art Institute of Chicago (1982) starring Brian Murray and Roscoe Lee Browne. Directed by Gregory Mosher.
76 Paola : or "The First of the Vendetta" by Harry Paulton and Mostyn Tedde. Music by Edward Jakabowski. Produced by the J.C. Duff Comic Opera Company at the Grand Opera House (Chicago - 1891) starring Richard Carroll, Mark Smith, Ole Loecken, Gussie Coogan, Minnie DeRue, Helen Bertram, etc.
76 Paolo And Francesca : "A Tragedy" by Stephen Phillips. Various productions (1902 - 29) starring Jand Cowl, Philip Merivale, Coburn Goodwin, George Graves, Guy Standing, George Alexander, Henry Ainley, Arthur Machen, Ada Ferrar, H.B. Irving, Dorothea Baird, Charles Dodsworth, etc.
76 Papa Is All : "A New Comedy" by Patterson Greene. Various productions (1942 - 43) starring Jesse Royce Landis, Carl Benton Reid, Celeste Holm, Otto Hulett, Dorothy Sands, Royal Beal, Robert Keith, Audra Lindley (Wife of James Whitmore), Marion Christopher, Billy Raley, Helen Ambrose, Faye Clark, etc.
76 Papa Lebonnard : "Comedy" by Jean Aicard. Produced at the Lyric Theatre (NYC - 1907) starring Ermete Novelli ("The Famous Italian Actor"), L. Rossi, A. Betrone, etc. Directed by Sam S. and Lee Shubert.
76 Papa Juan : or "El Centenario" ("A Hundred Years Old") by Serafin and Joaquin Alvarez Quintero. English version by Helen and Harley Granville-Barker. Produced by Gilbert Miller at various theatres (1929 - 30) starring Otis Skinner, Thomas Donnelly, Veronica Rey, Mary Howard, etc. Directed by Jame Whale.
76 Papa's Wife : "A Comedy With Music" by Harry B. Smith (Founded upon two French vaudevilles by Hennequin and Millaud). Music by Reginald DeKoven. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld at various theatres (1899 - 1901) starring Anna Held (Portrayed by Luise Rainer in the 1936 biopic, "The Great Ziegfeld"), Max Figman, George Marion, Adella Barker, Bessie Wynne, May West, Max Rosen, Frances Wilson, etc. Directed by Florenz Ziegfeld.
76 Papp : Book by Kenneth Cameron. Produced at the American Place Theatre (NYC - 1969) starring Albert Paulsen, Arnold Soboloff, Barbara Hayes, Rudy Bond, etc. Directed by Martin Fried.
76 Paquita : "A Romantic and Emotional Drama" by Bartley Campbell. Produced at Bartley Campbell's 14th Street Theatre (NYC - 1918) starring Ida Vernon, Kate Forsythe, Mary Mills, Annie Morton, Jerome Stevens, etc.
76 Parade (By J. Herman) : "A Musical Revue" with sketches by Ronnie Stephenson and Skip Redwine. Music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Various productions (1960 - 61) starring Dody Goodman, Fia Karin, Charles Nelson Reilly, Lester James, Richard Tone, Carole Cook, Lee Goodman, Michele Lee and Don Chastain. Originally produced (1960) by Lawrence N. Kasha and directed and choreographed by Richard Tone. Songs include: "Show Tune," "Bless This House," "Your Hand in Mine," "The Two-A-Day," "The Last Rockette," "We Put the Music," "Parade," etc.
76 Parade (By P. Peters) : "A Satirical Revue" with sketches by Paul Peters, George Sklar, Frank Gabrielson and David Lesan. Music by Jerome Moross. Lyrics by Paul Peters, George Sklar and Kyle Crichton. Produced by The Theatre Guild at various theatres (1935) starring Jimmy Savo, Ralph Riggs, Evelyn Dall, Eve Arden, Lois Lang, Earl Oxford, Leon Janney, Earl Oxford, David Lawrence, Jean Travers, Ezra Stone (Most famous as the star of radio's Henry Aldrich" Series), Ida Bildner, etc. Directed by Philip Loeb (Co-star of "The Goldbergs" on radio and television) and choreographed by Robert Alton. Songs include: "On Parade," "I'm Telling You Louie," "I'm All Washed Up On Love," "Smart Set," "Life Could Be So Beautiful," "Boys in Blue," "The Tabloid Reds," "Bon Voyage," etc.
76 Parade (By E. Ryan) : Book by Elaine Ryan. Produced by The Yale University School of the Fine Arts/The Department of Drama at the University Theatre (New Haven - 1929) starring Jacquelyn Green, Ronald Bel Stiffler, John M. Knapp, etc. Directed by Alexander Dean.
76 Parade (By A. Uhry) : "A True Story. A Love Story. A Musical." by Alfred Uhry (Co-conceived by Harold Prince). Music and Lyrics by Jason Robert Brown. Various productions (1998 - 2000) starring J.B. Adams, Rufus Bonds, Jr., Brent Carver, Don Chastain, Tad Ingram, Randy Redd, Anne Allgood, Diana Brownstone, etc. Directed by Harold Prince and choreographed by Patricia Birch. Songs include; "The Old Red Hills of Home," "The Dream of Atlanta," "The Picture Show," "Watson's Lullaby," "Twenty Miles from Marietta," "Letter to the Governor," "This is Not Over Yet', "All the Wasted Time," etc. This is the story of the Leo Frank "Trial of the Century".
76 Paradise Lost : Book by Clifford Odets. Produced by The Group Theatre at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1936) starring Morris Carnovsky, Stella Adler, Sanford Meisner, Luther Adler, Elia Kazan, Jules Garfield (John Garfield), Ruth Nelson, Russell Collins, Art Smith, etc. Directed by Harold Clurman.
76 Paradise Question, The : "A New Comedy" by Walter hart and Richard Maibaum. Produced by Elaine Perry at various theatres (1953) starring Leon Ames, Barbara Robbins, Ann Lee, Patricia Barry, Frank Dudley, Russ Dearborn, etc. Directed by Walter Hart.
76 Paradykes Lost : "Lust! Betrayal! Murder! Phony Accents! By Lisa Kron and the Cast. Produced at the WOW Café, NYC (No date) starring Susan Young, Babs Davy, Peggy Healey, Lisa Kron, Betsy Crenshaw, Imogen Pipp, etc. Directed by Lisa Kron.
76 Pardon My English : "The New Musical Comedy" by Herbert Fields. Music by George Gershwin and lyrics by Ira Gershwin (The Gershwins were portrayed by Robert Alda and Herbert Rudley in the 1945 biopic, "Rhapsody in Blue"). Produced by Alex A. Aarons and Vinton Freedley at the Colonial Theatre (Boston - 1933) starring Jack Buchanan ("The British Fred Astaire"), Tony Blair, Jack Davis, Robert Spencer, Carl Randall, Lyda Roberti, Jack Pearl (Radio's "Baron Munchausen" created the catch phrase "Vas You Dere, Sharlie?"), Raymond Hitchcock, etc. Directed by Vinton Freedley. Choreographed by George Hale. Songs include: "Three Quarter Time," "Isn't It a Pity," "Fatherland, Mother of the Band," "He's Not Himself," "You Go Where I Go," etc.
76 Pardon Our French : Sketches by Olsen and Johnson. Music by Victor Young. Lyrics by Edward Heyman. Produced by Olsen and Johnson at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - 1950) starring Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson, Denise Darcel, Marty May, Bill Shirley, George Zoritch, Fay DeWitt, Leo Anthony, Ed Andrews, Phil Terry, etc. Choreographed by Ernst and Marie Matray. Songs include: "Pardon Our French," "There's No Man Like a Snowman," "The Flower Song," "Dolly From the Follies Bergere," etc.
76 Paris (By M. Brown) : "A Musicomedy" by Martin Brown. Music and lyrics by Cole Porter (Portrayed by Cary Grant in the 1945 biopic, "Night and Day" and by Kevin Kline in the 2004 biopic, "De-Lovely") and E. Ray Goetz. Produced by Gilbert Miller in association with E. Ray Goetz at various theatres (1928) starring Irene Bordini, Florence Edney, Reed Hamilton, Galen Bogue, etc. Directed by William H. Gilmore. Songs include: "Let's Misbehave," "Paris," "Babes in the Wood," etc.
76 Paris (By M. Connelly) : or "The Apple of Discord" with music by M. Connelly. Produced at Wood's Museum (NYC - 1870) starring Lydia Thompson, Theresa Wood, Ada Harland, Harry Stewart, Harry Beckett, etc.
76 Paris Bound : "A Comedy" by Philip Barry. Produced by Arthur Hopkins at various theatres (1927 - 28) starring Madge Kennedy, Donn Cook, Martha Mayo, Jane Seymour, Herbert Yost, etc. Directed by Arthur Hopkins.
76 Paris By Night : "Successful Musical Melange" by Harry B. Marshall. Music by Robert W. Edwards and Alfred Soloman. Produced by Weber and Rush at the Bastable Theatre (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Bert Leslie, Margaret Messenger, Madge Lawrence, Isabelle Plunkett, Edward Agard, etc. Directed by Sol Fields. Songs include: "In Gay Paree," "That Horrid Mosquito," "King Soloman Knew A Thing or Two," "In Sweet Loveland," "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star," "Wine's My Only Pleasure," etc.
76 Paris Doll, The : "A Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Music by Reginald de Koven. Produced at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1897) starring Vernona Jarbeau, Richie Ling, Charles Wayne, Frank Turner, Charles Bradshaw, Lotie Prince, Polly Moran, etc. Directed by Max Freeman.
76 Paris Is Out : "A New Comedy" by Richard Seff. Various productions (1970 - 71) starring Molly Picon ("The First Lady of the Yiddish Theatre"), Sam Levene, Terry Kiser, Dorothy Sands, Zina Jasper, Pat O' Brien, Eloise O' Brien (Wife of Pat O' Brien), Brigid O' Brien (Daughter of Pat O' Brien), Edith Wilson, etc. Originally produced (1970) by David Black in association with Donald J. Trump and directed by Paul Aaron.
76 Paris ' 90 : "New Solo Production" by Cornelia Otis Skinner. Music and lyrics by Kay Swift. Produced by The Lakewood Players (Skowhegan, ME - 1954) starring Cornelia Otis Skinner with piano accompanists: Norman Secon and Arthur Kobitz. Songs include: "Chatterbox," "Lady on a Tandem Bicycle," "Moonlight on Notre Dame," "Lend Me a Bob Till Monday," "The House Where I was Born," etc.
76 Parisienne : "A Gay Comedy" by Ashley Dukes (Adapted from the French Comedy of Morals). Produced by Richard Aldrich (Portrayed by Richard Crenna in the 1968 biopic, "Star") and The Festival Theatre (Sam Wanamaker and Terese Hayden) in association with Harriet Ames at various theatres (1950) starring Faye Emerson (Wife of Elliott Roosevelt, Skitch Henderson, etc), Francis Lederer, Romney Brent, Helmut Dantine and Elizabeth Hollins. Directed by Sam Wanamaker.
76 Parisian Model, The : "A Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Music by Max Hoffmann. Produced by Frank McKee at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - 1907) starring Ann Held (Portrayed by Luise Rainer in the 1936 biopic, "The Great Ziegfeld), Grace Leigh, Edouard Durand, Ashley Miller, Clara Nelson, Mabella Baker, John Abbott, Bertha Mack, etc. Directed by Florenz Ziegfeld. Choreographed by Julian Mitchell. Songs include: "Trying on Dresses," "I'm the Man," "A Gown for Each Hour of the Day," "A Lesson in Kissing," "Won't You Be My Teddy Bear," "Ma Cherie," "San Francisco Bay," etc.
76 Parisian Widows, The : "Up To the Minute" produced by Weber and Rush at the Gayety Theatre (Hoboken, NJ - 1909) starring Ben Pierce, Harry Bentley, Sam Bennett, George Niblo, Bell Bell, May Wynne, etc. Directed by Edward F. Rush. Songs include: "Heinz is Pickled Again," "Cubanola Glide," "One Sweet Girl," etc.
76 Park : "A Musical" with book and lyrics by Paul Cherry. Music by Lance Mulcahy. Produced by Edward Padula (A Division of Eddie Bracken Ventures, Inc.) at the John Golden Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Joan Hackett, Julie Wilson, David Brooks and Don Scardino. Directed by John Stix. Choreographed by Lee Theodore. Songs include: "All the Little Things in the World Are Waiting," "Bein' a Kid," "A Park is for People," "Tomorrow Will Be the Same," "I'd Marry You Again," etc.
76 Park Avenue : "A New Musical Comedy" by Nunnally Johnson and George S. Kaufman. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin (Portrayed by Herbert Rudley in the 1945 biopic, "Rhapsody in Blue"). Produced by Max Gordon at various theatres (1946) starring Leonora Corbett, Arthur Margetson, Ray McDonald, Raymond Walburn, Martha Stewart, Mary Wickes, David Wayne, Byron Russell, Dorothy Bird, Jed Prouty, etc. Directed by George S. Kaufman, Choreographed by Helen Tamiris. Production supervised by Arnold Saint Subber. Songs include; "Tomorrow Is The Time," "The Dew Was on the Rose," "Sweet Nevada," "Hope For the Best," "Land of Opportunitee," "Goodbye to All That," etc.
76 Parlor, Bedroom and Bath : "A New Tale of a Wayside Inn" by C.W. Bell and Mark Swan. Various productions (1918 - 21) starring Florence Moore, Dorothy Mortimer, Grace Fielding, John Arthur, Nick Judels, James Spottswood, Tommy Meade, Etta Bryan, Pearl Ford, Raymond Bramley, Lotus Robb, Ted Gibson, Ralph Murphy, George D. Cukor, etc. Originally produced (1918) by A.H. Woods and directed by Bertram Harrison.
76 Parlor Match, A : "Evergreen Success" by Charles H. Hoyt. Various productions (1885 - 1900) starring (Charles E.) Evans and (William) Hoey ("The Funny Firm"), James T. Galloway, Joseph A. Weber, Lillian Elma, Minnie French, Ada Jewell, Eva Randolph, Hugh Mack, Daniel Hart, Frank Ellis, C. M. Lester, E.L. Williams, Jennie Yeamans, Clara Thropp, etc.
76 Parlor Story : "A Comedy" by William McCleery. Various productions (1947 - 54) starring Walter Abel, Edith Atwater, Frank Wilcox, Dennis King, Jr., Royal Beal, Richard Noyes, Paul Huber, J.Talbot Holland, Margaret Stewart, Natalie Richman, etc. Originally produced (1947) by Paul Streger and directed by Bretaigne Windust.
76 Parnell : "A Rattling Good Love Story" by Elsie Schauffler. Various productions (1935 - 36) starring George Curzon, Margaret Rawlings, Effie Shannon, Dennis King, Edith Barrett, Joseph Holland, etc. Originally produced (1935) by Robinson Smith and Frederick W. Ayer and directed by Guthrie McClintic.
76 Parsifal : "A Journey to the Holy Grail" by William Lynch Roberts. Produced at the Olympic Theatre (St. Louis - 1912) starring Louis Leon Hall, Sarah Bellmont, etc.
76 Parsley Life, The : "The World Premiere" by Al Asermely. Produced by John LeVan at the Horseshoe Theatre (Hollywood, CA - 1963) starring Laura Mason, Allen Joseph, Carol Byron, Mike Pataki, etc. Directed by John LeVan.
76 Parson's Bride, The : "A Drama of Tears and Laughter" produced by Captain Andy Hawk's Cotton Blossom Troupe at the Cotton Blossom Floating Palace Theatre (No date or location listed) starring Julie LaVerne, Steven Baker, etc.
76 Parted : "The New Comedy Drama" by Clifton W. Tayleure. Produced at the Park Opera House (Chicago - 1879) starring Henrietta Chanfrau, R. Fulton Russell, May Maurice, Nellie Maurice, etc.
76 Partial Payment : One-Act Play by Simon M. Hugo. Produced by The Branford Community Players (CT - 1933) starring Betty Joan Sykes, Viola M. Neely, J. Wesson Phelps, etc. Directed by Frederick D. Thurston. Billed with "Vindication" by Leonard S. Hines and Frank King, "The Grill" by George Woodruff Johnson and "Poor Old Jim " by William C. DeMille.
76 Partners Again : "A Comedy of the Automobile Industry" by Montague Glass and Jules Eckert Goodman. Various productions (1922 - 24) starring Barney Bernard, Alexander Carr, Lee Kohlmar, James Spottswood, Hugh O' Connell, Frank Wilcox, Busby Berkley (Berkeley), Helen Travers, Winifred Anglin, etc. Originally produced (1922) by The Selwyns in association with A.H. Woods and directed by Bertram Harrison.
76 Party : "A New Comedy" by David Dillon. Produced at the Douglas Fairbanks Theater (NYC - 1996) starring Jay Corcoran, Craig Dawson, Tom Humphreys, Jason Mauro, Tony Meindl, David Pevsner and Achilles Tsakiridis. Directed by David Dillon.
76 Party, A : Book by Ivor Novello. Produced by William A. Brady in association with Samuel Nirdlinger at The Playhouse (NYC - 1933) starring Mrs. Patrick Campbell (Beatrice Stella Tanner), Wilfred Jessop, Margaret Anderson, Brenda Forbes, etc. Directed by Anthony John.
76 Party, The : Book by Jane Arden. Produced at the New Theatre (London - 1958) starring Ann Lynn, Joyce Redman, John Welsh, Renee Houston, Albert Finney and Charles Laughton. Directed by Charles Laughton.
76 Party Of One : "A Musical Comedy Revue For Anyone Who Is, Or Has Ever Been Single" with Music. lyrics and sketches by Morris Borrow. Produced at the New Conservatory Theater (San Francisco - c. 1995) starring Michael Schoenig, Patty Wolfe, Carrie Henck and Stewart Lyle. Directed by Ronnie Klein.
76 Party's Over, The : "An American Comedy" by Daniel Kusell. Produced at the Vanderbilt Theatre (NYC - 1933) starring Hilda Plowright, Peggy Conklin, Ross Alexander, Katharine Alexander, Howard Miller, etc. Directed by Howard Lindsay.
77 Parvenu, The : "A New and Original Comedy" by Charles Godfrey. Various productions (c. 1892) starring H. Kemble, John Clayton, G. W. Anson, Sophie Larkin, Lottie Venne, etc.
77 Passage To E.M. Forster, A : Book by William Roerick and Thomas Coley (Adapted from the writings of E.M. Forster). Produced by the American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA) at Theatre de Lys (NYC - 1970) starring Peggy Wood, Teresa Wright, William Roerick, Thomas C