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86 Sabine Women, The : "A Bit of Roman History" by Leonid Andreyeff (Translated from the Russian by Clarence L. Meader and Fred Newton Scott). Produced by The Schenectady Civic Players (NY - 1930) starring William McKay, John Helwig, William Kunkleman, Frank Starr, Bertha Wolcott, etc. Directed by Mrs. Charles M. Ripley. Billed with "Man Proposes" by Olive Northrup Snyder.
86 Sabrina Fair : "A Romantic Comedy" by Samuel Taylor. Various productions (1953 - 67) starring Margaret Sullavan (Wife of Henry Fonda, William Wyler, Leland Heyward, etc.), Joseph Cotton, Cathleen Nesbitt, John Cromwell (Father of James Cromwell), Russell Collins, Luella Gear, Scott McKay, Jane Seymour, Claire Spencer, Ruth Reynolds, Norma Hall, Allison Price, June Lockhart (Daughter of Gene Lockhart. Co-star of television's "Lassie," Petticoat Junction," "Lost in Space," etc.), Frances Starr, Paul McGrath, Truman Smith, Gaby Rodgers, Lauren Gilbert, Leora Dana, Tod Andrews, Natalee Hall, Ruth McDermott, Anne Juergens, Eleanor Berney, Kathryn Crosby (Wife of Bing Crosby), John Lupton, Nancy Cushman, John D. Irving, Jeanne Hubbard, Mary Jane Bernardy, Linda Ryan, Kinau Wilder, etc. Originally produced (1953) by The Playwrights' Company and directed by H.C. Potter.
86 Sacrament Of Judas, The : Book by Louis Tiercelin. Produced at the Princess Theatre (NYC - 1903) starring Kyrle Bellew, Frank A. Connor, Frank McCormack and Clara Blandick (Most famous as "Aunt Em" in the film, "The Wizard of Oz"). Billed with "Raffles, The Amateur Cracksman" by E.W. Hornung and Eugene Presbrey. Both plays directed by Eugene Presbrey.
86 Sacred Flame, The : "A New Play" by W. Somerset Maugham. Various productions (1928 - 37) starring Robert Harris, Stanley Logan, Mary Jerrold, Casha Pringle, Richard Charlton, Martha Bacon, Lorraine Wing, etc. Originally produced (1928) by Messmore Kendall and Gilbert Miller and directed by Gilbert Miller.
86 Sacrifiee, La : Book by M.H. Devore. Produced in Paris (No location or date listed) starring Georges Saulieu, Paul Cerny, Yvonne Garrick, Jenny Diska, Mado Ditza, etc.
86 Sad Shepherd, The : or "A Tale of Robin Hood" by Ben Jonson. Produced by the Wellesley College Department of English (Cambridge, MA - 1903) starring Stanley Drewitt, Ben Greet, Percy Waram, Emily Taylor, etc. Directed by Ben Greet.
86 Sadie Thompson : "A Musical Play" by Howard Dietz and Rouben Mamoulian (Based on the short story and play, "Rain" by W. Somerset Maugham, John Colton and Clemence Randolph). Music by Vernon Duke. Lyrics by Howard Dietz. Produced by A.P. Waxman at the Alvin Theatre (NY C- 1944) starring June Havoc (Portrayed as "Dainty June" in the stage and film versions of "Gypsy"), Lansing Hatfield, Zolya Talma, John Adair, James Newill, John Cassidy, etc. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. Choreographed by Edward Caton. Songs include: "Barrel of Beads," "If You Can't Get the Love You Want," "The Love I Long For," "Garden in the Sky," "Siren of the Tropics," "Life's A Funny Present," "Born All Over Again," "When You Live on An Island," etc.
86 Safety First : "The Twelve Cylinder Musical Comedy" by Al. H. Powellton. Produced by The Woodhall Amusement Company at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1917) starring Billy Wyse ("The Magnetic Little Comedian"), Billy House ("The Sixty Laugh - Power Propeller"), Grace Manlove, Carl Andrews, The Wentz Brothers, etc. Directed by Rita Lawrence. Songs include: "Alexander's Back From Dixie," "Sometimes," "Key Ring of Life," "The Girl He Loves Best," "Chimpanzee Isle," etc.
86 Safety Match, A : "A New Play" by Ian Hay (Adapted from his popular novel). Produced in London (No location or date listed) starring Herbert Marshall, Oswald Roberts, Franklyn Bellamy, Norman Page, Kyrle Bellew, Cecil Fowler, etc. Directed by Norman Page.
86 Sag Harbor : "An Old Story" by James A. Herne. Various productions (1900 - 02) starring Frank Monroe, Forrest Robinson, James A. Herne, John D. Garrick, Sol Smith, Julie A. Herne, Byron Douglas, Charles B. Waldron, Angela Dolores, Marie Boland, etc.
86 Sail Away : "New Musical Comedy" with book, music and lyrics by Noel Coward (Portrayed by Daniel Massey in the 1968 biopic, "Star"). Produced by Harold Fielding and Charles Russell at various theatres in London and the United States (1960 - 61) starring Elaine Stritch, David Holliday, Grover Dale (Husband of Anita Morris), Sheila Roberts, Dorothy Reynolds, Alice Pearce (Most famous as "Gladys Kravitz" on television's "Bewitched"), Patricia Harty (Wife of Michael Callan. Co-star of television's "Occasional Wife".), Betty Jane Watson, Margalo Gillmore, Jean Fenn, etc. Directed by Noel Coward. Choreographed by Joe Layton. Songs include: "Come to Me," "Sail Away," "Where Shall I Find Him," "Beatnick Love Affair," "You're A Long, Long Way From America," "Don't Turn Away From Love," "Later Than Spring," "When You Want Me," etc.
86 Sailor Beware! : "Variations on a Familiar Theme in Eight Scenes" by Kenyon Nicholson and Charles Robinson. Various productions (1933 - 55) starring Horace MacMahon, George Heller, Edward Craven, Paul Huber, Don Rowan, Bruce MacFarlane, Audrey Christie, Hal Hamilton, Gary True, Sally Kemp, etc. Originally produced (1933) by Courtney Burr and directed by Kenyon Nicholson and Arthur Sircom.
86 Sailor's Delight : "A New Comedy" by Peter Blackmore. Produced by Huntington Hartford and Richard Skinner in association with Richard Aldrich (Portrayed by Richard Crenna in the 1968 biopic, "Star") and Richard Myers with Julius Fleischmann at various theatres (1953 - 54) starring Eva Gabor, Tom Helmore, Natalie Schafer (Television's "Gilligan's Island"), Chester Stratton, Paul McGrath, Ruth Matteson, Lulu Mae Hubbard, etc. Directed by Harry Ellerbe and Arthur Sircom. Song: "I Wouldn't Know" by Richard Myers and Jack Lawrence. Harp music by Van Williams.
86 Sailors Of Cattaro : Book by Friedrich Wolf (Translated by Keene Wallis and adapted by Michael Blankfort). Various productions (1935 - 36) starring Robert Reed, Ernest Gann, Howard Da Silva ("1776," etc.), George Tobias (Most famous as "Abner Kravitz" on television's "Bewitched"), Martin Wolfson, Tom Powers, Abner Biberman, Paul Stein, Joe Bouren, George Edwards, Wayne Bobst, Gordon Hicks, etc. Originally produced (1935) by The Theatre Union and directed by Irving Gordon.
87 Saint Elmo : "Dramatization" by Willard Holcomb (Based on the novel by Augusta Evans Wilson). Various productions (c. 1931) starring Martin L. Alsop, Will H. Nicholson, Bruce Delmar, Ralph Monroe, Mabel Reed, Clarence Pittman, Julius Smith, Thelma Rough, etc.
87 Saint Helena : Book by R.C. Sherriff and Jeanne De Casalis. Produced by Max Gordon at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1936) starring Maurice Evans, Lewis Dayton, Paul Porter, Reginald Mason, Barry Sullivan, Edward Fielding, Kay Strozzi, Whitford Kane, Percy Waram, Harry Bellaver, Joseph De Santis, etc. Directed by Robert B. Sinclair.
87 Saint Joan : "A Chronicle Play" by George Bernard Shaw. Various productions (1925 - 77) starring Katharine Cornell (Wife of Guthrie McClintic), Arthur Byron, Maurice Evans, Charles Waldron, Eduardo Ciannelli, George Coulouris, Kent Smith, John Cromwell (Father of James Cromwell), Hugh Manning, Pamela Alan, Donald Pleasance, Ann Casson, Eric Porter, John Rae, Gawn Granger, John Warner, Patrick Stewart, Pat Galloway, J. Winston Carroll, Hal Millen, Janice Schwenson, Uta Hagen, Siobhan McKenna, Erskine Sanford, Julia Arthur, Henry Travers (Most famous as "Clarence the Angel" in the film, "It's A Wonderful Lilfe"), Lynn Redgrave, Roy Cooper, Lee Grant, Bruce Glover, Roy R. Scheider (Roy Scheider), Earle Hyman, Ian Keith, Dick Moore, Peter Falk, John Cullum, Alexander Scourby, James Daly (Television's "Medical Center". Father of Tyne Daly and Tim Daly.), Van Williams, Barbara Jefford, Brian Aherne, Tyrone Power, Jr. (The film star), Lee Richardson, Tom Clancy (Of the singing group, "The Clancy Brothers"), Dennis Patrick, Philip Bosco, Tom Aldredge, Robert Lupone, Stephen Lang, Joseph Bova, Ernest Cossart, Winifred Lenihan, Frank Tweed, Albert Bruning, Morris Carnovsky, Mary Doyle, Rick Mitz, Sarah Miles, Richard Thomas, James Naughton, John Schuck (Co-star of television' "McMIllan and Wife"), Keene Curtis, James Tripp, Diana Sands, Roger De Koven, Earle Hyman, Clara Clemens, Mercedes De Acosta, Alice Spivak, Linda Lavin (Television's "Alice"), Mary Elizabeth Jongbloed, Orin Wood, John Heald, Julia Arthur, Donald Ewer, Domini Blythe, William Buell, Joseph Costa, Tony van Bridge, Tara Rosling, Norman Browning, Andrew Bunker, Ben Carlson, Ric Reid, Blair Williams, etc.
87 Saint Joan Of The Stockyards : Book by Bertolt Brecht. Various translations, adaptations and productions (1963 - 71) starring Siobhan McKenna, Lionel Stander, Denis Shaw, Derek Fluke, Dervis Ward, Carol Dooley, Alan Becker, Harry Henderson, Richard Ramos, Willy Switkes, Laura Esterman, Joseph Costa, Kermit Brown, etc.
87 Saint Lazare's Pharmacy : "A New Play" by Miklos Laszlo (Adapted by Eddie Dowling). Produced by Eddie Dowling and Louis J. Singer at the Studebaker Theatre (Chicago - 1945) starring Miriam Hopkins, "Fridolin," Herbert Berghof, Jean Pierre Masson, Huguette Oligny, etc. Directed by Eddie Dowling.
87 Saint Louis Woman : "A New Musical Comedy About the Gaudy Nineties" by Arna Bontemps and Countee Cullen. Music by Harold Arlen. Lyrics by Johnny Mercer. Various productions (1946 - 98) starring Pearl Bailey, The Nicholas Brothers, Rex Ingram, Ruby Hill, Jaunita Hall, Elwood Smith, June Hawkins, Victor Trent Cook, Chuck Cooper, Vanessa L. Williams, Charles S. Dutton, etc. Originally produced (1946) by Edward Gross, directed by Rouben Mamoulian and choreographed by Charles Walters. Songs include: "Come Rain or Come Shine," "Sleep Peaceful," "A Woman's Perogative," "Least That's My Opinion," etc.
87 Saint Marc : or "The Soldier of Fortune" produced at Woods Theatre (Cincinnati, Ohio - 1867) starring E.L. Davenport, Kate Fletcher, Mary Shaw, L.P. Roys, etc.
87 Saint Mark's Gospel : "Solo Performance" produced by Arthur Cantor and Greer Garson at the Playhouse Theatre (NYC - 1978 - 81) starring Alec McCowen.
87 Saint Matthew Passion, The : or "The Passion of Our Lord According to Saint Matthew" with book and lyrics by Picander, Music by Johann Sebastion Bach. Produced by The Music Drama Guild of Saint Michael and All Angels Church (Dallas, TX - 1979) starring Karl Dent, Edward Baird, Keith Gates, etc. Directed by Suzanne Thomas. Choreographed by Jerry Bywaters Cochran.
87 Saint of Bleecker Street, The : "A Music Drama" with book, music and lyrics by Gian-Carlo Menotti. Various productions (1955 - 65) starring David Poleri, Virginia Copeland, Richard Cassilly, Leon Lishner, Gloria Lane, Reid Shelton ("Daddy Warbucks" in the original stage production of "Annie"), John Reardon (Metropolitan Opera), Catherine Akos, Murial Greenspan, Mary Jennings, Joan Sena, etc.
87 Saint Patrick's Eve : or "The Order of the Day" by Tyrone Power (Great-great grandfather of the film star). Produced at the Theatre Royal, Dublin (1836 - 38) starring Tyrone Power. Billed with "The Evil Eye," "The Irish Tutor," "Rory O' More," etc.
87 Saint Ronan's Well : or "The House of Mowbray" by Sir Walter Scott. Produced at the Theatre Royal, Liverpool (1832). Billed with "The Merchant of Venice," "Gilderoy, The Bonnie Boy," etc.
87 Saint Vitus' Dance : Book by John Regis (Adapted from "The Idiot" by Fyodor Dostoyevsky). Produced by Judie Samuels and the Shooting Star Theatre Company at the Play Ground (NYC - No date) starring Chris Cappiello, Eleonora Kihlberg, Neale Harper, Paul Luskin, etc. Directed by John Regis. Choreographed by Suki John.
87 Saints And Sinners : "A Play of Modern English Life" by Henry Arthur Jones. Produced at the Utica Opera House (NY - No date) starring J.H. Stoddart, Herbert Kelcey, E.M. Holland, Marie Greenwald, etc.
87 Saint's Parade : Book by G. Whitfield Cook. Produced by Yale University Department of Drama at the University Theatre (New Haven - 1930) starring Kermit Murdock, Forrest Berkley-Boone, Curtis Owens, Miriam Lewis, Ruth Harsha, etc. Directed by Alexander Dean.
87 Saki : "An Entertainment" by Emlyn Williams (From the stories of Saki). Produced by John de Lannoy (For Planned Theatre Ltd) at the Apollo Theatre (London - 1977) starring Emlyn Williams (As "Saki"). Directed by Peter Woodthorpe.
87 Salad Days : Book and lyrics by Dorothy Reynolds and Julian Slade. Music by Julian Slade. Various productions (1954 - 84) starring Alan Dobie, Eleanor Drew, John Warner, Dorothy Reynolds, Norman Rossington (Most famous as the co-star of the film, "A Hard Day's Night"), Eric Porter, Derek Holmes, James Cairncross, Myles Rudge, Lisa Bowerman, Bryan Kennedy, Ian Crowe, Bill Kerr, Christina Matthews, Adam Bareham, Osmund Bullock, Richard Easton, Helen Burns, Powys Thomas, etc. Originally produced (1954) By the Bristol Old Vic Company, directed by Denis Carey and choreographed by Elizabeth West. Songs include; "Oh, Look at Me," "We Said We Wouldn't Look Back," "Sand in My Eyes," "The Time of My Life," "We Don't Understand Our Children," etc.
87 Sally : "The New Musical Comedy" by Guy Bolton. Music by Jerome Kern (Portrayed by Robert Walker in the 1946 biopic, "Till the Clouds Roll By"). Lyrics by P.G. Wodehouse and Clifford Grey. Various productions (1921 - 48) starring Marilyn Miller (Portrayed by Judy Garland in the 1946 biopic, "Till the Clouds Roll By" and by June Haver in the 1949 biopic, "Look for the Silver Lining".), Leon Errol, Walter Catlett, Irving Fisher, Stanley Ridges, Eddie Childs, Shamus Locke, Jean Telfer, Willie Howard, Bambi Lynn, Jack Goode, Bibi Osterwald, Henry Calvin (Most famous as "Sergeant Garcia" on television's "Zorro"), etc. Originally produced by Florenz Ziegfeld, directed by Edward Royce and Joseph Urban."Butterfly Ballet" music by Victor Herbert (Portrayed by Walter Connolly in the 1939 biopic, "The Great Victor Herbert"). Songs include: "On With the Dance," "You Can't Keep a Good Girl Down', "Look for the Silver Lining," "Sally," "Little Church Around the Corner," "The Wild Rose," "Dear Little Girl', "Tulip Time in Sing Sing," etc.
87 Sally In Our Alley : "The Broadway Theatre Extravaganza Success" with book and lyrics by George V. Hobart. Music by Ludwig Englander. Produced by George W. Lederer at various theatres (1902 - 04) starring Dan McAvoy, Libbie Arnold Blondell, Joe Kane, Marie Cahill, Julius Steger, Frank Bernard, Fred J. Titus, Ruddy Struck, etc. Billed with assorted vaudeville acts featuring: "Joe, Myra and 'Buster' Keaton - Eccentric Comedians" ("Don't Overlook "Buster" - He's It!").
87 Sally, Irene And Mary : "A Musical Comedy" by Eddie Dowling and Cyrus Wood. Music by J. Fred Coots (Most famous as the composer of "Santa Claus is Coming to Town"). Lyrics by Raymond Klages. Produced by the Messrs Shubert at various theatres (1923 - 24) starring Eddie Dowling, Josie Intropidi, Joseph Clark, Burford Hampden, Granville Bates, Lottie Burke, Vivien Spencer, etc. Directed by Frank Smithson. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster. Songs include: "Jimmy," "Time Will Tell," "Stage Door Johnnies," "Until the Clouds Roll By," "Do You Remember?," "I Wonder Why," etc.
87 Sally Marr... And Her Escorts : "A New Play" by Joan Rivers, Erin Sanders and Lonny Price (Suggested by the life of Sally Marr - Mother of Lenny Bruce). Produced by Martin Richards, Robert Cole, Ron Kastner, Sam Crothers, Dennis Grimaldi and Kenneth Greenblatt at the Helen Hayes Theatre (NYC - 1994) starring Joan Rivers, Jonathan Brody, Ken Nagy and Valerie Wright. Directed by Lonny Price.
87 Salome : Book by Oscar Wilde. Various productions (1905 - 60) starring Herbert Alexander, Gwendolen Bishop, Charles Gee, Louise Salom, Alla Nazimova, Rose Dione, Earl Schenck, Luis Dumar, Mary Simms Oliphant, Mary Bason, Robert Holmes, Robert Aland, Josie Hays, etc.
87 Salomy Jane : "The New Romantic Play" by Paul Armstrong (Based upon incidents in Bret Harte's idyl of the same name). Various productions (1907 - 13) starring Eleanor Robson, H. B. Warner (Most famous as "Jesus Christ" in the silent film version of "The King of Kings" and as "Mr. Gower" in the film, "It's a Wonderful Life"), John Sainpolis, Earl Browne, Ada Dwyer, Ruth Abbot Wells, Holbrook Blinn, Ralph J. Ravencroft, Frank A. Dixon, Gertrude Mudge, etc.
87 Salonika : Book by Louis Page. Produced at the Bristol Theatre Royal (England - 1986). Directed by Debbie Sherwell.
87 Salt Of The Earth : "A New Comedy" by Mary Drayton (Based on the novel "The Peaceable Kingdom" by Ardyth Kennelly). Produced by George Nichols 3rd at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1952) starring Teresa Wright, Kent Smith, Judith Parrish, Jean Adair (Most famous for her role in "Arsenic and Old Lace" on stage and film), Peg Hillias, Byron Russell, Don Shelton, etc. Directed by Alfred Drake.
87 Salvation (By S. Howard) : Book by Sidney Howard and Charles MacArthur (Husband of Helen Hayes). Produced by Arthur Hopkins at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring Pauline Lord, Helen Ware, Osgood Perkins (Father of Anthony Perkins), George MacFarlane, Marjorie Main (Most famous as "Ma Kettle" in the "Ma and Pa Kettle" film series), Mary Hubbard, etc. Directed by Arthur Hopkins.
87 Salvation (By P. Link) : "The New Rock Musical" with book, music and lyrics by Peter Link and C.C. Courtney. Produced by David Black and Capitol Records at the Las Palmas Theatre (Hollywood, CA - 1970) starring Art Posey, Marcia Strassman (Co-star of television's "Welcome Back, Kotter"), Jean Beck, Kay Cole, Felton Perry, Honey Session and Dennis Olivieri. Directed by Paul Aaron. Choreographed by Kathryn Posin. Songs include: "In Between," "Honest Confession is Good," "Ballin' ," "Let the Moment Slip By," "There Ain't No Flies on Jesus," "Footloose Youth and Fancy-Free," "Let's Get Lost in Now," "Tomorrow is the First Day of the Rest of My Life," etc.
87 Salvation Nell : "A Divine Comedy of the Slums" by Edward Sheldon. Produced by Harrison Grey Fiske at various theatres (1909) starring Mrs. Fiske (Minnie Maddern Fiske - Wife of Harrison Grey Fiske), Holbrook Blinn, Henry Wenman, Eugene Reed, John Dillon, Edwin Brewster, Antrim Short, Mary Maddern, etc. Directed by Harrison Grey Fiske and Minnie Maddern Fiske
87 Salzburg Everyman, The : "The First Production in its Cycle of Spiritual And Religious Works" by Hugo von Hofmannsthal (Translated by John Reich). Produced by The Goodman Theatre of the Art Institute of Chicago (1957) starring Peter La Farge, Allan H. Frank, Donald Buka, Andre Worth, Ilka Diehl, etc. Directed by John Reich. Choreographed by Frances Allis.
87 Salzburg Great Theatre Of The World, The : "A Metrical Translation" by Lisel Nueller and John Reich (Based on the work of Hugo von Hofmannsthal). Music by Robert Lombartdo. Produced by The Goodman Theatre of The Art Institute of Chicago (1968) starring Edgar Daniels, Dina Halpern, Maurice Copeland, Dennis Dugan, Maurice Copeland, Dewey Chapman, etc. Directed by John Reich. Choreographed by Thomas Jaremba.
87 Same Old Moon : Book by Geraldine Aron (As part of a "Focus on South African Playwrights"). Produced by Durban Arts at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre (KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa - 1985) starring Ann Wakefield, Ingride Mollison, Bella Mariani, etc. Directed by Pieter Scholtz.
87 Same Time, Next Year : "A New Comedy" by Bernard Slade. Various productions (1975 - 89) starring Ellen Burstyn, Charles Grodin, Betsy Palmer (Regular panelist on television's "I've Got a Secret"), Monte Markham (Star of television' s "The Second Hundred Years," "The New Perry Mason," etc.), Natalie Ross, Peter De Maio, Barbara Rush, Tom Troupe (Husband of Carole Cook), Joyce Van Patten (Co-star of television's "The Danny Kaye Show". Sister of Dick Van Patten.), Conrad Janis (Co-star of television's "Mork and Mindy"), Elke Sommer, David Hess, etc. Originally produced (1975) by Morton Gottlieb, Dasha Epstein and Edward L. Schuman and directed by Gene Saks (Husband of Beatrice Arthur)
87 Sam'l Of Posen : "The Great Comedy" by George H. Jessop. Various productions (1880 - 94) starring M.B. Curtis, George C. Boniface, Orrin Johnson, Fanny Denham Rouse, Charles Loveday, Emily Snow, Sam Morris, Russell Bassett, Hubert Sackett, James Mack, etc.
87 Samson : "The Modern Drama" by Henri Bernstein. Various productions (c. 1900 - 09) starring Walter Kennedy, John Germon, William Flash, Viola Armstrong, James K. Hackett, Arthur Hoops, William Gillette, Arthur Byron, Pauline Frederick, Salvini, George Fawcett, etc.
87 Samson Agonistes : Book by John Milton. Produced by The Phoenix Theatre Group (As part of the Ludlow Festival Company) at the Edinburgh Academy (Scotland - 1956) starring John Westbrook, Mary Wimbush and George Hagan, etc. Directed by Eric Salmon.
87 Samson And Delilah (No playwright listed) : Produced by The Catholic Theatre Guild of Mobile at the Convent of Mercy Auditorium (Alabama - 1952) starring Joan Betancourt, Guy Zoghby, Orin Wood, Punny Straub, Guy Inkel, etc. Directed by Pete Barrios II.
87 Samson And Delilah (By A. Daly) : "An Eccentric Comedy" by Augustin Daly (Adapted from the French of A. Bisson). Produced at Daly's Theatre (NYC - 1889) starring George Clarke, James Lewis, John Drew, Eugene Ormand, Herbert Bosworth, Ada Rehan, G.H. Gilbert, etc.
87 San Sanson : "The Great Swedish Comedy" produced by Holden's Comedy Company at the Rockford Opera House (Rockford, Illinois - No date) starring H.M. Cooper, C.B. Gillingwater, Harry M. Holden, Iona Holden, etc.
87 San Toy : "The Original Musical Play" by Edward Morton. Music by Sydney Jones. Additional musical numbers by Lionel Monckton. Lyrics by Harry Greenbank and Adrian Ross. Various productions (1900 - 02) starring Wilfred Clarke, John L. Webber, Harry Girard, Florence Newcombe, Isobel Hall, Nora Lambert, Melville Stewart, Samuel Collins, Damon Lyon, Huntley Wright, Akerman May, Fred H. Graham, Arthur Crane, etc.
87 Sandhog : "A Ballad in Three Acts" by Earl Robinson and Waldo Salt (Based on the short story, "St.Columba and the River" by Theodore Dreiser). Produced by Howard Da Silva and Arnold Perl at the Phoenix Theatre (NYC - 1954) starring David Brooks, Jack Cassidy, Alice Ghostley, Betty Oakes, etc. Directed by Howard Da Silva. Choreographed by Sophie Maslow. Songs include: "Come Down," "Some Said They Were Crazy," "Johnny's Cursing Song," "Good Old Days," "28 Men," "Fugue on a Hot Afternoon in a Small Flat," "Johnny O," "Sandhog Song," etc.
87 Santiago : "A Tango Through Terror" by Manuel Pereiras Garcia. "World Premiere" produced at the Wilma Theater, Philadelphia (1989 - 90) starring Joe Aufiery, Patricia Mauceri, Erica McFarquhar, Carla Negra, Dan Olmstead and Bernadette Pregorac. Directed by Robert Fuhrmann.Music by Paul Aston. Choreographed by Ranse Howell.
87 Sap, The : "A Domestic Comedy" by William A. Grew. Produced by George H. Nicolai and J.M. Welch at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - No date) starring Raymond Hitchcock, Miriam Sears, Norval Keedwell, Doris Eaton, George Spelvin, etc. Directed by Arthur Hurley.
87 Sap From Syracuse, The : "A Comedy" by Jack O' Donnell and John Wray. Produced by the Syracuse Players at the Empire Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1930) starring Hugh O' Connell, Frank Thomas, W. Olathe Miller, Grace Denning, Skelton Knaggs, Mabel Fields, Hal Brown, etc. Directed by W. Olathe Miller.
87 Sappho : Book by Clyde Fitch (Based upon the play by Daudet and Belot). Various productions (1900 - 12) starring Olga Nethersole, Hamilton Revelle, Harry Dodd, Hubert Carter, Ina Goldsmith, G. Harrison Hunter, George Wharnock, Edgar Becman, Paul Cerny, Jenny Diska, Arline Alcine, Charles F. Dey, Arthur Lewis, Grace Hamilton, etc.
87 Sapphire Ring, The : "A Portrait of a Woman" by Laszlo Lakatos (Adapted by Isabel Leighton). Produced by George Choos at the Selwyn Theatre (NYC - 1925) starring Elizabeth Holman, Helen Gahagan (Future U.S. Congresswomen. Wife of Melvyn Douglas.), Frank Conroy, Kenneth MacKenna, Marcel Rousseau, Milano Tilden, etc. Directed by Lester Lonergan.
87 Saratoga : Book by Morton DaCosta (Based on the novel "Saratoga Trunk" by Edna Ferber). Music by Harold Arlen. Lyrics by Johnny Mercer. Produced by Robert Fryer at the Winter Garden Theatre (NYC - 1959) starring Howard Keel, Carol Lawrence ("West Side Story," etc. Wife of Robert Goulet.), Odette Myrtil, Carol Brice, Tun Tun, Edith King, Virginia Capers, Warde Donovan (Husband of Phyllis Diller), Lanier Davis, etc. Directed by Morton DaCosta. Choreographed by Ralph Beaumont. Settings and costumes by Cecil Beaton. Songs include: "I'll Be Respectable," "Petticoat High," "Game of Poker," "Saratoga," "The Gossip Song," "The Men Who Run the Country', "The Man in My Life," etc.
87 Sarava : Book and lyrics by N. Richard Nash (Based on "Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands" by Jorge Amado). Music by Mitch Leigh. Produced by Eugene V. Wolsk at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - 1979) starring Tovah Feldshuh, P.J. Benjamin, Michael Ingram, Betty "Hello, Ceil" Walker, Randy Graff, David Kottke, Wynonna Smith, etc. Directed and choreographed by Rick Atwell. Songs include: "Sarava," "Hosanna," "Nothing's Missing," "I'm Looking For a Man," "A Simple Man," "You Do," "Vadinho is Gone," "Play the Queen," etc.
87 Sardanapalus, King Of Assyria : "Celebrated Tragedy" by Lord Byron. Produced at the Theatre, Crockherbtown, Cardiff (Wales - 1837). Billed with "My Neighbour's Wife," "The Wizard of the Glen," etc.
87 Sari : "An Operetta" by Julius Wilhelm and Fritz Grunbaums (English book and lyrics by C.C.S. Cushing and E.P. Heath). Music by Emmerich Kalman. Various productions (1914 - 30) starring J.K. Murray, Mizzi (Mitzi) Hajos, Bert Gilbert, Van Rensselaer Wheeler, Eva Ball, Lillian Hazel, Roland Bottomly, Arthur Treacher, Allen Raymond, Billie Busch, Harry Crapo, etc. Originally produced (1914) by Henry W. Savage and directed by George Marion. The 1930 revival produced by Eugene Endrey, directed by Mitzi Hajos and choreographed by Albertina Rasch. Songs include: "Time, Oh Time," "Marry Me," "Love has Wings," "Follow Me," "Love's Own Sweet Song," etc.
87 "Satan" Sanderson : Book by Hallie Erminie Rives (Based on the book by Kirk Alexander). Produced by Stair and Nicolai at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1911) starring Norman Hackett, Frank McDonald, Harry Reed, Florence Rittenhouse, Welba Lestina, Lillian Westner, etc. Directed by Jessie Bonstelle.
87 Satan's Wedding Night : "A Mythical Spectacular, Allegorical Burlesque" starring Rose Sydell, May Foster, Daisy Russell, Joseph Mitchell, W.S. Campbell, etc. No location or date listed.
87 Satires Of 1920 : "A Musical Revue with a Plot" by Jean Havez. Music and lyrics by Fanchon and Marco. Produced by Fanchon and Marco at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1921) starring Fanchon and Marco, Arthur West, John Sheehan, Lucille Harmon, Eva Clark, etc. Directed by Fanchon Wolff Simon and Marco Wolff (Brother and sister producing and performing team). Songs include: "Breaking into the Movies," "The Bragging Song," "The Love a Gypsy Knows," "A Pretty Dance is Like a Violin," etc.
87 Saturday Night, A : "A Comedy" by Owen Davis. Produced by William A. Brady at The Playhouse (NYC - 1933) starring Peggy Wood (Star of television's "I Remember Mama". Co-star of "The Sound of Music" on film.), Hugh O' Connell, Addison Pitt, Richard Jack, June Webster, Robert Courtleigh, etc. Directed by Melville Burke.
87 Saturday Night Fever : "A Musical That Lights Up The Stage" (Based on the film) produced at the Orpheum Theatre (San Francisco - 2001). Songs include: "Night Fever," "Boogie Shoes," "How Deep is Your Love', "You Should Be Dancin' ," etc.
87 Saturday Night Kid, The : "A New Play" by Jack Dunphy. Produced by The Playwrights' Company at the Westport Country Playhouse (CT - 1957) starring Shelley Winters, Alex Nicol and Joseph Wiseman (Most famous as "Dr. No" on film). Directed by George Keathley.
87 Saturday Sunday Monday : Book by Eduardo De Filippo (Adapted by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall). Various productions (1974) starring Joan Plowright (Wife of Laurence Olivier), Frank Finlay, Richard Vernon, David Firth, Eli Wallach, Sada Thompson (Television's "Family"), Walter Abel, Ron Holgate (Husband of Dorothy Collins), Jan Miner (Most famous as "Madge the Manicurist" on the Palmolive television commercials of the 1960s and 1970s), Gary Sandy (Television's "WKRP in Cincinnati"), Michael Vale, etc. Originally produced in London by The National Theatre and directed by Franco Zeffirelli. Produced on Broadway by Barry M. Brown, Fritz Holt and S. Spencer Davids and directed by Franco Zeffirelli.
87 Saturday To Monday (By F. Fenn) : "An Irresponsible Comedy" by Frederick Fenn and Richard Pryce. Produced at the St. James's Theatre (London - 1904) starring George Alexander, Lillian Braithwaite, Elinor Aickin, Alice Beet, Nella Powys, etc.
87 Saturday To Monday (By W.J. Hurlbut) : "A New Comedy" by W.J. Hurlbut. Produced by Winthrop Ames at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Ruth Maycliffe, Courtenay Foote, Cecil Yapp, Henry Travers (Most famous as "Clarence the Angel" in the film. "It's A Wonderful Life"), Albert Reed, Marion Ballou, Constance Binney, etc.
87 Saturday's Children : "A Comedy" by Maxwell Anderson. Various productions (1927 - 35) starring Ruth Hammond, Richard Barbee, Lucia Moore, Ruth Gordon, Roger Pryor, Beulah Bondi, Helen Blair, Frank Wilcox, Hal Brown, Dorothy Holmes, James Thompson, Ada Fisher, Thelma Dale, Marion Martin, etc. Originally produced (1928) by The Actors' Theatre and directed by Guthrie McClintic.
87 Sauce For The Poet : "A Mediaeval Comedy" by Constance Wilcox. Produced by the New Haven Community Players at the New Haven Lawn Club (CT - No date) starring Hardwicke Dean, Marion Laughlin, Ethel Andrews Murphy, etc. Billed with Skeletons" and "A Penny for Pierrot" by Constance Wilcox and "Creatures of Impulse" by W.S. Gilbert.
87 Savages : Book by Christopher Hampton. Various productions (1980 - 81) starring Paul Scofield, Rona Anderson, Tom Conti, Michael Pennington, Tom Irwin, Rondi Reed, Glenne Headly, John Mahoney, Paul Draper, Laurie Metcalf, etc. The original London production (1980) directed by Robert Kidd. The Chicago Steppenwolf Theatre production (1981) directed by John Malkovich.
87 Save Me A Place At Forest Lawn : "Two New Plays" (Plus "The Last Minstrel") by Lorees Yerby. Produced by Arthur Lehman Loeb and Denis Deegan at the Pocket Theatre (NYC - 1963) starring Margaret Hamilton (Most famous as "The Wicked Witch of the West" in the film, "The Wizard of Oz"), Ruth McDevitt, Sada Thompson, Melvin Stewart, Ernest Austin, etc. Both plays directed by Denis Deegan.
87 Save Me The Waltz : "A Comedy" by Katharine Dayton. Produced by Max Gordon in association with Sam H. Harris at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1938) starring Jane Wyatt, Molly Pearson, Leo G. Carroll (Courtesy of the Theatre Guild), Mady Christians ("I Remember Mama," etc. Co-star of "All My Sons' on film.). Laura Hope Crews (Most famous as "Aunt Pittypat" in the film, "Gone With The Wind"), George Macready, Brenda Forbes, Haydon Rorke (Co-star of television's "I Dream of Jeannie"), etc. Directed by Robert B. Sinclair.
87 Saved : Book by Edward Bond. Produced at the Chelsea Theater Center of Brooklyn (1971) starring Kevin Conway, Richard Cox, Ronald Ewer, Lynn Ann Leveridge, James Woods, etc. Directed by Alan Schneider.
87 Saved From The Sea : "The Reigning London Success" by Arthur Shirley and Ben Landeck. Produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - No date).
87 Saving Grace, The : "A Comedy" by C. Haddon Chambers. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1918 - 19) starring Cyril Maude, Laura Hope Crews (Most famous as "Aunt Pittypat" in the film, "Gone With The Wind"), Cathleen Nesbitt, Charlotte Granville, Annie Hughes, William Devereux, Stanley Harrison, etc.
87 Savva : Book by Leonid Andreyev (Translated from the Russian by Thomas Seltzer). Produced by The Beechwood Players (Scarborough, NY - 1922) starring Annie Hooper, Lucy Clarkson, George Smith, Will Hutchins, Edward Kendrick, etc. Directed by Henry Stillman (First production of "Savva" in English).
87 Say, Darling : "A Comedy About a Musical" by Richard Bissell, Abe Burrows (Father of James Burrows) and Marian Bissell (Based on the best-selling novel by Richard Bissell). Music and lyrics by Betty Comden, Adolph Green (Husband of Phyllis Newman) and Jule Styne. Various productions (1958 - 96) starring David Wayne ("Finian's Rainbow," etc.), Vivian Blaine ("Guys and Dolls," etc.), Johnny Desmond (Vocalist with the Glenn Miller Army-Air Force Band, etc), Jerome Cowan, Constance Ford, Horace McMahon, Robert Morse ("How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," etc.), Jack Naughton, Elliott Gould, Virginia Martin ("Little Me," etc.), Steve Condos (Of the tap dance team, "The Condos Brothers" wiht Nick Condos), Wally Cox (Television's "Mr. Peepers"), Danny Costello, Betty McGuire, Eddie Bracken, Jerry Dodge, Becky Woodward, T.J. Smith, Carol Bruce (Co-star of television's "WKRP in Cinncinnatti"), John McMartin ("Sweet Charity," etc.), Bob Carroll, Orson Bean (Regular panelist on television's "To Tell The Truth"), Mindy Carson, Betsy von Furstenberg, David Atkinson, Paula Wayne, Lisa Kirk, Dick ("Please Don't Squeeze the Charmin") Wilson (Most famous as "Mr. Whipple" on the Charmin television commercials of the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s), Jack Haskell, Mary Jo Catlett, Whitfield Connor, Fayne Blackburn, Anthony "Scooter" Teague ("West Side Story," etc.), Eddie Albert, Lucy McMichael, Jami Simon, Bill Tatum, Jane Kean (Most famous as "Trixie Norton" on television's "The Color Honeymooners" of the 1960s), John Battles, etc. Originally produced (1958) by Jule Styne and Lester Osterman, directed by Abe Burrows and choreographed by Matt Mattox. Songs include: "The Husking Bee," "It's the Second Time You Meet That Matters," "The Carnival Song," "Try to Love Me," etc.
87 Say When : "A Musical Comedy" by Jack McGowan. Music by Ray Henderson (Portrayed by Dan Dailey in the 1956 biopic, "The Best Things in Life Are Free"). Lyrics by Ted Koehler. Produced by Jack McGowan and Ray Henderson at the Imperial Theatre (NYC - 1934) starring Bob Hope, Harry Richman (Most famous for his performance and recording of the song, "Puttin' On the Ritz"), Taylor Holmes, Cora Witherspoon, Helen Buck, J. Elliott Leonard, etc. Choreographed by Russell Markert. Songs include: "When Love Comes Swinging Along," "Declaration Day," "Say When," "Let's Take Advantage of Now," "It Must Have Been the Night," etc.
87 Scaffold for Marionettes, A : "A Myth" by C. Lester Franklin. "World Premiere" produced by the Theatre of the Living Arts, Philadelphia (1968) starring Ed Bernard, Henri Bowser, David Congdon, Tom Dorff, Micki Grant, Dylan Green, Betty Liveright, Ronald Roston, etc. Directed by Art Wolff and Mark Epstein.
87 Scandal : "A Comedy Drama" by Cosmo Hamilton. Various productions (1919 - 21) starring Charles Cherry, Francine Larrimore, Mabel Hicks, Harry Ashford, Herbert Ranson, Derby Holmes, Helen Adair, Walter Abell (Abel), Ralph Murphy, Nancy Fair, etc.
87 Scapegoat, The : "An Imaginative, Stinging and Pertinent Play" by John F. Matthews (Based on "The Trial" by Franz Kafka). Produced at the Riverside Church Playhouse (NYC - 1961) starring Edwin F. Beschler, Charles Hudson, Anne Draper, etc. Directed by Barry Alan Richmond.
87 Scapino! : Book by Frank Dunlop and Jim Dale (Adapted from "Les Fourberies de Scapin" by Moliere). Music by Jim Dale. Produced at various theatres (1974 - 75) staring Jim Dale, Alan Coates, Gavin Reed, Tammy Ustinov (Daughter of Peter Ustinov), Ian Trigger, Ian Taylor, Hugh Hastings, Jenny Austen, Arnold Soboloff, etc. Directed by Frank Dunlop.
87 Scarecrow, The (By P. MacKaye) : "A Tragedy of the Ludicrous" by Percy MacKaye. Various productions (1953 - 80) starring Patricia Neal, Eli Wallach, Anne Jackson (Wife of Eli Wallach), Bradford Dillman, Milton Selzer, Douglas Watson, Albert Salmi, Sybil Baker, William Atherton, Barbara Baxley, Leonard Frey, Rex Robbins, Carol Dye, Dick Cavett, Scott Cannell, etc. Originally produced (1953) by Terese Hayden in association with Liska March and directed by Frank Corsaro.
87 Scarecrow, The (By H. B. Smith) : "The Musical Farce Comedy" by Harry B. Smith and Robert B. Peattie. Original music by Reginald DeKoven. Produced at the Haymarket Theatre (Chicago - 1888) starring Alberta Damon, Lew Hawkins, Richard F. Carroll, Bertha Foy, etc. Directed by W.A. McConnell.
87 Scarlet Fox, The : "Latest Play of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police" by James W. Elliott. Produced by James W. Elliott at the Theatre Masque (NYC - 1928) starring Willard Mack, Victor Esker, Sam Lee, Joseph Sweeney, etc. Directed by James W. Elliott.
87 Scarlet Letter, The : Book by Joseph Hatton (Based on the novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne). Produced at the Globe Theatre (Boston - 1892) starring Richard Mansfield, A.G.Andrew, etc. Directed by Joseph Hatton.
87 Scarlet Pimpernel, The : "The Romantic Comedy" by Barones Orczy and Montague Barstow. Various productions (c. 1910) starring Jerrold Robertshaw, Fred Terry, Leon M. Lion, R.E. Pickering, Frank Dunn, Goodwin Nock, Wigney Percyval, Philip Merivale, Julia Neilson, etc.
87 Scarlet Pimpernel, The (Musical) : "The New Musical Adventure" with book and lyrics by Nan Knighton (Based on the novel by Baroness Orczy). Music by Frank Wildhorn. Produced by Pierre Cossette, Paul Haber, Hallmark Entertainment, Ted Forstmann and Kathleen Raitt at the Minskoff Theatre (NYC - 1997) starring Christine Andreas, Terrence Mann, Douglas Sills, Bill Bowers, David Cromwell, Melissa Hart, Ed Dixon, Philip Hoffman, etc. Directed by Peter Hunt. Choreographed by Adam Pelty. Songs include: "Believe," "Into the Fire," "When I Look at You," "The Creation of Man," "Where's The Girl?," "You Are My Home," etc.
87 Scarlet Sister Mary : Book by Daniel Reed (From the novel by Julia Peterkin). Produced by Lee Shubert at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1930) starring Ethel Barrymore, Estelle Winwood, Walter Gilbert, Georgie Drew Mendum, Marjorie Main (Most famous as "Ma Kettle" in the "Ma and Pa Kettle" film series), Marcel Dill, Ethel Barrymore Colt (Daughter of Ethel Barrymore), Wilbur Cox, etc. Directed by E.M. Blyth.
87 Scarlet Woman, The : "A Scintillating New Comedy" by Zelda Sears (From a story by Reita Lambert). Produced by I.C. Wiswell at various theatres (1928) starring Pauline Frederick ("America's Favorite actress"), Zelda Sears, Hope Drown, Henry Hall, Paul Nicholson, Norman Peck, etc. Directed by A. Leslie Pearce.
87 Scenes And Revelations : "A New American Play" by Elan Garonzik. Produced at the Circle in the Square (NYC - 1981) starring Christine Lahti, Mary-Joan Negro, Nicholas Sanders, Norman Snow, Joseph Warren, Valerie Mahaffey, etc. Directed by Sheldon Epps.
87 Scenes From American Life : Book by A.R. Gurney, Jr. Various productions (1972 - 75) starring Chet Carlin, Susan Merson, Anthony Mockus, Cal Bedford, Mimi Carr, Dwight Schultz (Television's "The A Team"), Concetta Tomei, etc.
87 Scenes From Shakespearean Comedy : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare - Theatrical Tributes"
87 Scent Of Flowers, A : Book by James Saunders. Various productions (1965 - 69) starring Rowena Cooper, Geoffrey Todd, Keith Bowles, Michael Jayston, Patrick Stewart, Katharine Haughton (Co- star of the film "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?" - Niece of Katharine Hepburn.), Sydney Walker, James Noble, John Glover, etc. Original 1965 London production directed by Denis Carey. Original Broadway production (1969) directed by Brian Murray.
87 Schemers : "A Comedy Drama" by William Irving Sirovich. Produced by Oliver Morosco at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1924) starring Selma Morosco (Wife of Oliver Morosco), Montagu Love, Wilfred Noy, Ruby Blackburn, Richard La Salle, etc. Directed by Oliver Morosco.
87 School : "A Comedy" by T.W. Robertson. Various productions (1891 - 1928) starring H.B. Irving, H.H. Vincent, Gilbert Hare, Fanny Robertson, Morris Underhill, Harold Stokes, Langdon Geer, Edith Barrett, Ruth Butler, Arthur Sircom, William Faversham, Jr., etc.
87 School Belles : "A New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly (Portrayed by Merle Oberon in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart"). Music by Nat D. Ayer. Produced by Lee and J.J. Shubert at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1924) starring Lynne Overman, June Walker, Marie Saxon, Fay Wallace, Donald McDonald, Betty Compton (Wife of NYC Mayor Jimmy Walker. Portrayed by Vera Miles in the 1957 biopic, "Beau James".), Alma Hookey, etc. Directed by Alexander Leftwich and Bertram Harrison. Choreographed by Fred A. Leslie. Songs include: "Two of a Kind," "Do It With Charm," "Debutante's Blues," "Meet the Faculty," "Do As the Teacher Tells You," "In the Movies," "That Belongs to the One I Love," etc.
87 School Days : "The One Real Novelty" by Herman Timberg. Produced by Stair and Havlin at various theatres (1911) starring Bobbie Wagner, Edna Evans, Elmyra Evans, Jack Perlman, Grace Childers, Alma Hill, Flora Taylor, Joe Smith, etc. Songs include: "They Always Pick on Me," "I Want to Be A Cowboy When I Get to be a Man," "There Ain't No Man in the Moon," "It Takes a Cop to Cop the Girls," "The Calender of Love," "Yiddish-A-Feet', "When Schooldays Comes to Town," etc.
87 School For Brides : "A New Farce Comedy" by Frank Gill, Jr. and George Carleton Brown. Produced by Howard Lang at various theatres (1944) starring Darby Moore, John Sheehan, Yolande Donlan, Mary Best, Joan Webster, Roscoe Karns, Lucia Carroll, etc. Directed by Ralph Murphy.
87 School For Friends, The : "The Comedy" produced at Theatre Royal, Lyceum (London - 1811). Billed with "The Bee Hive".
87 School For Husbands, The : "An Adaption in Rhyme" by Arthur Guiterman and Lawrence Langner (Based on Moliere's comedy). Music by Edmond W. Rickett. Lyrics by Arthur Guiterman. Various productions (1933 -42) starring Osgood Perkins (Father of Anthony Perkins), June Walker, Doris Humphrey, Charles Weidman, George Macready, Robert Stone, Robert Seymour, etc. Originally produced (1933) by The Theatre Guild and directed by Lawrence Langner.
87 School For Prejudice, The : "The Celebrated Comedy" produced at the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh (Scotland - 1821). Billed with "The Wedding Day".
87 School For Scandal, The : "The Comedy" by Richard Brinsley Sheridan. Various productions (1810 - 2005) starring Ethel Barrymore, Ernest Rowan, Albert Froom, Arthur Treacher, John Drew Colt (Son of Ethel Barrymore), Marcel Dill, Olive Oliver, Ralph Richardson, John Gielgud, Laurence Naismith, Richard Easton, Geraldine McEwan, Pinkie Johnstone, Donald Pickering, Martin Friend, John Neville, Daniel Massey (Son of Raymond Massey), Anna Massey (Daughter of Raymond Massey), Ron East, Blair Brown, Jane Casson, James Donald, Cyril Maude, H. Kemble, Constance Collier, Annie Russell, Oswald Yorke, Charles Nisbit, Fred Valentine, Gigi Farragut, Leon Janney, Richard Poston, Patricia Neal, Leo Penn (Father of Sean Penn), Orson Bean (Regular panelist on television's "To Tell The Truth"), Olivia Cole ("Roots," etc.), Keene Curtis, James Greene, Rosemary Harris, Helen Hayes, Donald Moffat, David Ogden Stiers (Television's "MASH"), Patti Lupone, Gerald Shaw, Sheila Burrell, Henry Waters, Paul Curran, Donald Sinden, Beryl Reid, Dulcie Gray, Christopher Godwin, Robin Marshall, Don (Donald) Sutherland, John Drew, Albert Bruning, Walter Hampden, Violet Kemble-Cooper, John Craig, Grant Mitchell, John Westley, Lionel Clark, Dorothy Donnelly (Portrayed by Merle Oberon in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart"), Laura Hope Crews (Most famous as "Aunt Pittypat" in the film, "Gone With the Wind"), Henry Neville, Basil Gill, Charles Quartermaine, Marie Lohr, Pedro De Cordoba, Cecily Hobbs, Kenny Ireland, Frederic de Belleville, Otis Skinner, Walter Hale, Ada Rehan, Fanny Davenport, Ernest Lawford, Nancy Marchand (Co-star of "Marty," "Lou Grant," "The Sopranos," etc. on television), George Grizzard, Will Geer (Most famous as "Grandpa" on television's "The Waltons"), Ellen Geer (Daughter of Will Geer), David Hooks, Derwent Watson, William Farren, Ellis Rabb, Anne Francine, Monica Evans, Frank Middlemass, Stuart Burge, Donald Pleasance, May Russell, Julia Marlowe Taber, William Boag, Ian Hunter, Phillip Tonge, Thais Lawton, Albert Bruning, James Fernandez, Kate Vaughan, Megan Dodds, Anthony M. Brown, Matthew Edwards, Kate Forbes, Leslie Geraci, Allen Gilmore, Philip Goodwin, Jennifer Harmon, Tom Hewitt, Simon Jones, Derek Meader, Tony Randall, Ron Randall, Ted Sorel, etc.
88 School For Wives, The : or "L' Ecole Des Femmes" by Moliere. Various translations, adaptations and productions (1937 - 91) starring Brian Bedford, Joan Van Ark, Paul Ballantyne, David Dukes, James Greene, Peggy Pope, Eric Porter, John Warner, Michael Meacham, Alan Dobie, Jean Richard, Rene Besson, Monique Melinand, Zack Scott, Melvin Pope, Colm Feore, Albert Millaire, Anne Wright, Davis Hall, Anthony Fusco, Robert Dorfman, Michael Flanagan, Trent Knepper, etc.
88 School Girl : "A New Play" by A.W. Pezet and Carman Barnes. Produced by Henry B. Forbes at Brandt's Windsor Theatre (NYC - 1930) starring Joanna Roos, Michael Barr, Virginia Stone, Dot Matthews, etc. Directed by A.W. Pezet.
88 School Girl, The (By W. Gill) : "A Comedy Opera" by William Gill. Produced at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1895) starring Minnie Palmer ("The Favorite Comedienne of America and England"), Charles Lamb, William E. Wilson, Jenny Dickerson, etc.
88 School Girl, The (By P.M. Potter) : "The Musical Play" by Paul M. Potter and Henry Hamilton. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1904 - 05) starring Edna May, Mildred Baker, Lakme Darcier, Madge Greet, George Grossmith, Lulu Valli, Violet Cameron, Jane May, Jerome Hayes,
88 School Of Love : "That Roaring Farce" produced at Miner's Bowery Theatre (NYC - 1904) starring Larry Smith, William McEvoy, Mamie Champion, Maggie Round, etc.
88 School Of Reform, The : "The Comedy" produced at various theatres throughout Great Britain (1832 - 43). Billed with "Simpson and Co.," "The Manager in Distress," "Harlequin," etc.
88 Schoolmistress, The : "The Farce" by Arthur Pinero. Various productions (1886 - 1970) starring Arthur Cecil, John Clayton, Fred Cape, John Wood, Dion Boucicault, Edmund Gwenn (Most famous for his Oscar-winning role as "Kris Kringle" in the film, "Miracle on 34th Street"), Ronald Squire, Crissy Bell, Nigel Patrick, Charles Heslop, Megs Jenkins, etc.
88 Schweyk In The Second World War : Book by Bertholt Brecht. Various translations and productions (1963 - 77) starring Dudley Jones, Roger Jerome, Peter Blythe, Bernard Miles, Miles Anderson, Peter Birch, Joan Moon, June Ritchie, etc.
88 Scotland, PA : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare - Modern Adaptations".
88 Scotland Yard : Book by Denison Clift. Produced by A.H. Woods at Nixon's Apollo Theatre (Atlantic City, NJ - 1929) starring Paul Cavanah (Cavanaugh), Henry Mowbray, Dorothy Lyons, Bramwell Fletcher (Most famous for his co-starring role in the film, "The Mummy" starring Boris Karloff), Hilda Case, Byron Russell, etc. Directed by Priestly Morrison.
88 Scottsboro Boys, The : "Wildly Entertaining Musical" by David Thompson. Music and lyrics by John Kander and Fred Ebb. Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 2010) starring Joshua Henry, Colman Domingo, Forrest McClendon, Sharon Washington, Josh Breckenridge, Derrick Cobey, E. Clayton Cornelious, Rodney Hicks, Kendrick Jones, Jeremy Gumbs, James T. Lane, JC Montgomery, Clinton Roane, Julius Thomas III, Robin S. Walker, Christian Dante White, John Cullum, etc. Directed and choreographed by Susan Stroman. Songs include: "Minstrel March," "Commencing in Chattanooga," "Alabama Ladies," "Electric Chair," "That's Not the Way We Do Things," "Chain Gang," "You Can't Do Me," "The Scottsboro Boys," etc.
88 Scrambled Feet : Book by John Driver and Jeffrey Haddow. Produced by John Adams Vaccaro and Jimmy Wisner in association with Ciro A. Gamboni at The Village Gate (NYC - 1979) starring Evalyn Baron, John Driver, Jeffrey Haddow, Roger Neil, Faith Prince, Steve Liebman, Hermione,etc. Directed by John Driver. Songs include: "Composer Tango," "Party Doll," "Love in the Wings," "Stanislaw," "Have You Ever Been On Stage?," etc.
88 Scrambled Wives : "A Comedy" by Adelaide Matthews and Martha M. Stanley. Produced by The Knickerbocker Players at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1921) starring Dana Desboro, Kathleen Wallace, Edith Speare, Raymond Bramley, Ralph Murphy, etc. Directed by Ralph Murphy.
88 Scrap Of Paper, A : "A Comedy-Drama" by Palgrove Simpson. Produced at the Brooklyn Park Theatre (Brooklyn, NY - 1879) starring Lester Wallack ("The Supreme Favorite"), Ed Lamb, Rosa Rand, Stella Boniface, Kate Bartlett, etc. Billed with "My Awful Dad" by Charles Mathews, "Rip Van Winkle" by and starring Joseph Jefferson, etc.
88 Scrape Of The Pen, A : "A Scottish Comedy" by Graham Moffat. Produced at the Grand Opera House (NYC - 1912) starring Jean Evans, Millicent Evans, Helen Baird, Fawcett Lomax, Carl Lyle, etc. Directed by Graham Moffat.
88 Scrooge : Book, music and lyrics by Leslie Bricusse. Produced at the Mill Mountain Theatre (Roanoke, VA - 1986) starring Russell Leander, Joe Quam, Davidson Thomson, Rachel Sailer, Amy Starr, etc. Directed by Tom Width. Choreographed by Kathryn Seng. Songs include: "Thank You Very Much," "The Twelve Days of Christmas," "I Hate People," "Father Christmas," "The Milk of Human Kindness," "I'll Begin Again," Christmas Cheer," etc.
88 Scuba Duba : "Tense Comedy" by Bruce Jay Friedman. Produced by Ivor David Balding in association with Alvin Ferleger and Gordon Crowe at the New Theatre (NYC - 1967) starring Judd Hirsch, Brenda Smiley, Conrad Bain (Television's "Maude," Diff'rent Strokes," etc.), Jennifer Warren, Ken Olfson, etc. Directed by Jacques Levy.
88 Sea, The : Book by Edward Bond. Various productions (1973 - 74) starring Simon Rouse, Alan Webb, Ian Holm, Coral Browne (Wife of Vincent Price), Simon Cord, Martyn Green ("The World's foremost authority and performer of the works of Gilbert and Sullivan"), Lenny Baker, Brenda Forbes, Judith Ivey, Bruce Kornbluth, etc.
88 Sea Of Ice, The : "The Grand, Romantic and Spectacular Drama" by Frederic Robinson. Produced at the Varieties Theatre (No location listed - 1873) starring Charlotte Thompson, Frederic Robinson, Harry Pearson, etc.
88 Seagull, The : "A Comedy" by Anton Tchechov. Various productions (1929 - 2006) starring Ian M. Wolfe, Dorothy Yockel, Walter Abel, Ruth Nelson, David Glover, Dudley Jones, Ian White, Denise Pelletier, Neil Dainard, William Hutt, Jack Roberts, Ruth Ford, Nick Frost, John Telfer, June Barrie, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Phil Bruns, Sara Lee Harris, Diana Wynyard, Jill Bennett, Hugh Williams, Edith Evans, Peggy Ashcroft, Martita Hunt, John Gielgud, Alec Guinness, Eva Le Gallienne, Denholm Elliott, Farley Granger, Anne Meacham, Montgomery Clift, Sam Jaffe (Most famous for his title role in the film, "Gunga Din"), Will Geer (Most famous as "Grandpa" on television's "The Waltons"), June Walker, Maureen Stapleton, Kevin McCarthy, John Fiedler, George Voskovec, Judith Evelyn, Betty Field, Jacob Ben-Ami, Shepperd Strudwick, Barbara O' Neil (Most famous as "Ellen O' Hara" in the film, "Gone With The Wind"), Ludwig Donath (Most famous as "Cantor Yoelson" in the films, "The Jolson Story" and "Jolson Sings Again"), Gerald Hiken, Tom Bosley, Jim Brick, Marc Flanagan, Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne, Richard Whorf, Sydney Greenstreet, Uta Hagen, Herbert Shapiro, Josephine Hutchinson, J. Edward Bromberg, Jeraldine Dvorak, Alan Shayne, Jack Albertson ("The Subject Was Roses" on stage and film. Television's "Chico and the Man"), Nancy Marchand (Co-star of television's "Marty," "Lou Grant," "The Sopranos," etc). Joanna Roos, Lucia French, Barry Frank, Tyne Daly, Lydia Sherwood, Yvonne Mitchell, Basil Brady, Morena Baccarin, John Goodman, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Henry Gummer, Marcia Gay Harden, Kevin Kline, Debra Monk, Natalie Portman, Stephen Spinella, Meryl Streep, Christopher Walken, etc.
88 Seagulls Over Sorrento : "A New Comedy" by Hugh Hastings. Produced by Charles Bowden and Philip Langner in association with Peter Cookson at the John Golden Theatre (NYC - 1952) starring J. Pat O' Malley, John Randolph, Leslie Nielson, Rod Steiger, Mark Rydell (Future motion picture director), Bill Daniels (William Daniels), Guy Spaull, etc. Directed by Hugh Hastings and Charles Bowden.
88 Search Me : "A New Comedy" by Augustin MacHugh. Produced at the New Broadway Theatre (Long Branch, NJ - 1916) starring George Gaston, A.P. Kaye, Rollo Lloyd, Howard Estabrook, Matagu Love, Gordon Burby, etc.
88 Searcher, The : Book by Velona Pilcher. Produced by The Yale University School of the Fine Arts/ The Department of Drama art the University Theatre (New Haven - 1930) starring Sam Pearce, Curtis Owens, Anne Azgapetian, etc. Directed by George Pierce Baker.
88 Searching For The Sun : Book by Dan Totheroh. Produced by Albert Ingalls, Jr. at the Fifty-Eighth Street Theatre (NYC - 1936) starring Whitford Kane, Leona Roberts, Jazzbo Williams, Richard Hunter, etc. Directed by Julius Evans and Joan Hathaway.
88 Searching Wind, The : Book by Lillian Hellman (Portrayed by Jane Fonda n the 1977 film, "Julia"). Produced by Herman Shumlin at various theatres (1944 - 45) starring Cornelia Otis Skinner, Dennis King, Dudley Digges, Barbara O' Neil (Most famous as "Ellen O' Hara" in the film, "Gone With The Wind"), Arnold Korff, Montgomery Clift, etc. Directed by Herman Shumlin.
88 Seascape : Book by Edward Albee. Produced by Richard Barr, Charles Woodward and Clinton Wilder at various theatres (1975) starring Deborah Kerr, Barry Nelson (The first actor to portray "James Bond"), Frank Langella and Maureen Anderman. Directed by Edwar Albee.
88 Season Changes, The : "A New Play" by Arthur Richman. Produced by Robert Milton at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1935) starring Nicholas Joy, Eliot Cabot, James Spottswood, Doris Dudley, Phyllis Joyce, etc. Directed by Robert Milton.
88 Season Of Choice : Book by Nathaniel Banks. Produced by Bowden, Barr and Bullock at the Barbizon-Plaza Theatre (NYC - 1959) starring Betsy von Furstenberg, Douglas Watson, Ethel Smith (Organist most famous for her recording of "Tico Tico"), Collin Wilcox, Keir Dullea, Leo Lucker, etc. Directed by Charles Bowden.
88 Seasons In The Sun : "A Comedy" by Wolcott Gibbs. Produced by Courtney Burr and Malcolm Pearson at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1950) starring Richard Whorf, Nancy Kelly, Anthony Ross, Paul Lawrence, King Calder, Eddie Mayehoff (Television's "Doc Corkle"), Jack Weston, Joan Diener ("Man of La Mancha," etc.),
88 Season's Greetings : Book by Alan Ayckbourn. Produced at the Hippodrome State Theatre (Gainesville, FL - 1986) starring Rusty Salling, Rena Carney, Marilyn Wall-Asse, Michael Beistle, etc. Directed by Greg Hausch.
88 Second City : "A Satirical Musical Revue" produced by Stan Seiden, Bernard Sahlins, Howard Alk and Paul Sills at various theatres (1961 - 69) starring Howard Alk, Andrew Duncan, Barbara Harris, Paul Sand, David Arkin, Peter Boyle, Paul Mooney, Valerie Harper, Mina Kolb, Richard Schaal (Husband of Valerie Harper), David Steinberg, etc. Various productions directed by Paul Sills, David Steinberg, and Avery Schreiber (Of the comedy team, "Burns and Schreiber).
88 Second Fiddle : "A New Comedy" by Mary Drayton (Adapted from "The Peaceable Kingdom" by Ardyth Kennelly). Produced by Rowena A. Stevens and Richard Aldrich (Portrayed by Richard Crenna in the 1968 biopic, "Star") at various theatres (1953) starring Betty Field, Herbert Rudley, Paula Laurence, Van Williams (Television's "Surfside 6," "The Green Hornet," etc.), Jean Stapleton, etc. Various productions directed by Elmer Rice and John O' Shaughnessy.
88 Second In Command, The : "A Comedy" by Robert Marshall. Various productions (1900 - 04) starring Allan Aynesworth, Cyril Maude, Sybil Carlisle, John Drew, Guy Standing, Oswald Yorke, Lionel Barrymore, Percy Smith, H. Hassard Short, Ida Vernon, Ernest Glendinning, etc.
88 Second Helping : Book by David Carey. Produced by Monte Proser and Walter Batchelor at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1940) starring Billy Redfield, Evelyn Varden, Kent Adams, Marjorie Lord (Co-star of television's "Make Room For Daddy". Wife of John Archer. Mother of Anne Archer.), Ben Smith, etc. Directed by Nat Burns.
88 Second Little Show, The : Produced by William A. Brady, Jr. and Dwight Deere Wiman at various theatres (1930) starring Ned Wever, Joe Lewis, Gloria Grafton, Al Trahan, Tashamira, Jay C. Flippen, etc. Directed by Monty Woolley. Choreographed by Dwight Deere Wiman and Dave Gould. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Lyrics by Howard Dietz. Songs include: "New New York," "Sleepless Nights," "Foolish Face," "Tired of Love," "My Intuition," Sing Something Simple," etc.
88 Second Man, The : "A Comedy" by S.N. Behrman. Various productions (1920 - 51) starring Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne, Earle Larimore, Noel Coward, Franchot Tone, Margaret Lindsay, Cloris Leachman, etc.
88 Second Mrs. Tanqueray, The : Book by Arthur Wing Pinero. Various productions (1893 - 50) starring George Alexander, Mrs. Patrick Campbell (Beatrice Stella Tanner), Maude Millett, Ben Webster, Cyril Maude, Amy Roselle, Leonard Outram, Harry Dodd, Olga Nethersole, George Arliss, Gerald Du Maurier, Caleb Porter, Katharine Stewart, Ethel Barrymore, Henry Daniell, Nigel Playfair, C. Aubrey Smith, Rose Dupre, Eleanor Deegan, Allan Carles, Tallulah Bankhead, Colin Keith-Johnston, Ralph Kellard, Eugenia Rawls, Jess Barker (Husband of Susan Hayward), Jane Wenham, Godfrey Kenton, Leslie Banks, Eileen Herlie, etc.
88 Second Shepherd's Play, The : Produced by The Yale University Dramatic Association at the Hyperion Theater (New Haven - 1900) starring J.R. Freeman, A. Tulin, W.D. Howe, etc. Directed by Frank Lea Short. Billed with "The Pardoner's Tale".
88 Second String, A : Book by Lucienne Hill (Adapted from a novel by Colette). Produced by Leonard Sillman and Carroll and Harris Masterson at the Eugene O' Neill Theatre (NYC - 1960) starring Shirley Booth, Jean Pierre Aumont, Nina Foch, Cathleen Nesbitt, Ben Piazza and Carrie Nye (Wife of Dick Cavett). Directed by Raymond Gerome.
88 Second Threshold : Book by Philip Barry (With revisions by Robert E. Sherwood). Various productions (1951 - 53) starring Clive Brook, Margaret Phillips, Hugh Reilly (Most famous as the co-star of television's "Lassie" with Jon Provost and June Lockhart), Betsy von Furstenberg, John Loder, Sallie Brophy, Arnold Whitman, Goodale Wales, etc. Originally produced (1951) and directed by Alfred de Liagre, Jr.
88 Secret Affairs Of Mildred Wild, The : "A New Comedy" by Paul Zindel. Various productions (1972 - 76) starring Maureen Stapleton, Elizabeth Wilson, Florence Stanley, Neil Flanagan, Pat Corley, Doris Roberts, Lee Wallace, etc. Originally produced (1972) by James B. McKenzie and Spofford J. Beadle and directed by Jeff Bleckner.
88 Secret And Confidential : "A New Play" by Victor Widnell. Produced at the Comedy Theatre (London - 1902) starring C. Aubrey Smith, Percy Brough, Gertrude Kingston, Ada Ferrar, Horton Cooper, Frederick Kerr, Charles Groves, Arthur Minton, etc. Directed by Brandon Thomas.
88 Secret Enemy, The : "The Romantic Play" produced in 1898 (No location listed) starring Eva Mountford, Elmer Grandin, A.D. Richardson, Ada Morton, etc.
88 Secret garden, The : Book and lyrics by Marsha Norman (Based on the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett). Music by Lucy Simon. Various productions (1991 - 93) starring John Cameron Mitchell, Tom Toner, Drew Taylor, Betsy Friday, Rebecca Luker, John Babcock, Daisy Eagan, James Barbour, Roger Bart, Roxann Parker, etc. The original 1991 production directed by Susan H. Schulman and choreographed by Michael Lichtefeld. Songs include: "There's A Girl," "The House Upon the Hill," "Winter's On the Wing," "Final Storm," "The Girl I Mean To Be," "Come To My Garden," "Race You to the Top of the Morning," "A Bit of Earth," etc.
88 Secret Honor : "The Last Testament of Richard M. Nixon" by Donald Freed and Arnold M. Stone. Produced by Robert Altman and the Los Angeles Actors' Theatre (CA - 1984) starring Philip Baker Hall (Most famous as "Bookman, The Library Cop" on television's "Seinfeld"). Directed by Robert Harders.
88 Secret Life Of Walter Mitty, The : "A New Musical Based on the Classic James Thurber Story" by Joe Manchester. Music by Leon Carr. Lyrics by Earl Shuman. Produced by Gerald Gordon and Julian D. Luykx at the Las Palmas Theatre (Los Angeles, CA - 1967) starring Ruth Warrick ("Citizen Kane," "Song of the South," etc. on film. "All My Children," etc. on television.), Marc London, Ann Johnson, Joe Trela, Marlene Silvers, etc. Directed by Gerald Gordon. Choreographed by Stephen Simmons. Songs include: "The Secret Life," "The Walter Mitty March," "Drip, Drop Tapocketa," "Fan the Flame," "Now That I'm Forty," "Aggie," "The Lonely Ones," etc.
88 Secret Room, The : "A New Play" by Robert Turney. Produced by Joseph M. Hyman and Bernard Hart at various theatres (1945) starring Frances Dee (Wife of Joel McCrea), Eleonora Mendelssohn, Reed Brown, Jr., Grace Coppin, Juanita Hall, Jane Earle, etc. Directed by Moss Hart (Portrayed by George Hamilton in the 1963 biopic, "Act One")
88 Secret Service : "A Romance of the Confederacy" by William Gillette. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1896 - 1914) starring William Gillette, Joseph Brennan, Ida Waterman, Amy Busby, Odette Taylor, Blanche Walsh, Marion Abbott, Irving Cummings, etc.
88 Secretary Bird, The : Book by William Douglas Home. Various productions (1968 - 70) starring Jeremy Hawk, Muriel Pavlow, Michael Fleming, Sandra Duncan, Betty Woolfe, Edward Mulhare ("My Fair Lady," etc. on stage. "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir" on television.), Inga Swenson, John Gabriel, etc.
88 Secrets : Book by Rudolph Besier and May Edgington. Produced by Sam H. Harris at the Fulton Theatre (NYC - 1923) starring Margaret Lawrence, Barbara Allen, Horace Cooper, Edmund Gurney, Orlando Daly, Tom Nesbitt, Allen Jenkins, Beatrice Kay (In the 1940s, starred in her own nightclub revue entitled "The Naughty Nineties"), etc. Directed by Sam Forrest.
88 Secrets Of The Bell Mansion, The : "Dinner Mystery" (Based upon the most famous unsolved murders in San Francisco - c. 1892) produced by Linda Graham at the Historic Queen Ann Hotel (San Francisco - 1994 - 95).
88 Secrets Worth Knowing : "The Comedy" produced at The Theatre-Royal, Norwich (England - 1827). Billed with "Mr. Tibbs," "Animal Magnetism," etc.
88 See America First : "A Comic Opera" by T. Lawrence Riggs and Cole Porter (Portrayed by Cary Grant in the 1945 biopic, "Night and Day," by Ron Randell in the 1953 film "Kiss Me Kate" and by Kevin Kline in the 2004 biopic, "De-Lovely".). Produced at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1916) starring Clifton Webb, Leo Gordon, Felix Adler, Henry Red Eagle, Roma June, Jeanne Cartier, etc. Choreographed by Edward Hutchinson and Theodore Kosloff. Songs include: "To Follow Every Fancy," "Something's Got to be Done," "See America First," "Lima," "I've A Shooting Box in Scotland," etc.
88 See How They Run : "A Comedy-Farce" by Phillip King. Various productions (1951 - 67) starring Odette Fenard, Enid Trevor, Derek Royle, Thom Conroy, Shirley Mattson, Joseph Allen, Jr., Shannon Stewart, Shari Hall, Arnie Weiss, John Moran, Al Hedison (David Hedison), Alma Loftness, Leonard Frey, Eileen Tavia, Susan Farrell, Glenn Kline, etc.
88 See My Lawyer : "A New Comedy" by Richard Maibaum (Most famous for adapting most of the Ian Fleming "James Bond" novels into screenplays) and Harry Clork. Produced by George Abbott at various theatres (1939 - 40) starring Milton Berle, Mary Rolfe, Gary Merrill (Husband of Bette Davis), Teddy Hart, Norman Tokar, Eddie Nugent, etc. Directed by Ezra Stone (Most famous as "Henry Aldrich " on radio).
88 See Naples And Die : "An Extravagant Comedy" by Elmer Rice. Various productions (1929 - 51) starring Roger Pryor, Claudette Colbert (By arrangement with A.H. Woods), Pedro De Cordoba, Helen Shea, Horace Cooper, Betty Field, Howard Stone, Robert Webber, Lucille Benson, Donald Curtis, etc. Originally produced (1929) by Lewis E. Gensler and directed by Elmer Rice.
88 See-Saw : "The New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Earl Derr Biggers. Music by Louis A. Hirsch. Produced by Henry W. Savage in New Haven (No specific location or date listed) starring Guy Robertson, Frank Bertram, Elizabeth Hines, George Barbier, Dorothea Mackaye, Frank Carter, etc. Directed by John McKee. Choreographed by Julian Alfred. Songs include: "This Is The Life," "A World Full of Girls," "Happiest Moments," "When Two Hearts Discover," "When You Dance," etc.
88 See The Jaguar : "A New Play" by N. Richard Nash. Various productions (1952 - 60) starring Arthur Kennedy, Constance Ford, Margaret Barker, Cameron Prud' Homme, George Tyne, Florence Sundstrom, James Dean, Art Hopper, Chris Boner, etc. Originally produced (1952) by Lemuel Ayers in association with Helen Jacobson and directed by Michael Gordon.
88 See You Later : "A New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse. Music by Jean Schwartz and William F. Peters. Produced by A.H. Woods at Poli's Theatre (NYC - 1918) starring Charles Ruggles (Courtesy of Oliver Morosco), Charlotte Granville, Jed Prouty, Irma Irving, Anna Stone, James E.Sullivan, etc. Directed by Robert Milton. Choreographed by Julian Alfred.
88 Seed And The Thorn, The : Book by Albert Brenner. Produced by The Yale University School of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1960) starring Judith Frank, Judith Ebert, Charles Kimbrough, Kennith Costigan, etc. Directed by Frank McMullan.
88 Seeing Things : "A Farce" by Margaret Mayo and Aubrey Kennedy. Produced by Selden I. Rainforth in 1920 (No location listed) starring John Westley, Edgar Nelson, Dorothy Mackaye, Harry Lillford, etc.
88 Seen But Not Heard : "A New Play" by Marie Baumer and Martin Berkeley. Produced by D.A. Doran at the Forty-Eighth Street Theatre (NYC - 1936) starring John Winthrop, Frankie Thomas, Anne Baxter, Paul McGrath, Boyd Davis, etc. Directed by Arthur Sircom.
88 Seeds In The Wind : Book by Arthur Goodman. Produced by Eunice Healey and Harald Bromley at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring Sidney Lumet (Future theatre and film director), Lee Graham, Eeta Linden, Stanley Martin, Michael Citro, Jerry Stone, Donald Rose, Tonio Selwart, Abby Bonime, etc. Directed by Paul Tripp (Television's "Mr. I Magination").
88 Seesaw : Book by Michael Bennett (Based on the play, "Two for the Seesaw" by William Gibson). Music by Cy Coleman. Lyrics by Dorothy Fields. Produced by Joseph Kipness, Lawrence Kasha, James Nederlander and George M. Steinbrenner III at various theatres (1973 - 74) starring Michele Lee, John Gavin, Ken Howard, Lucie Arnaz, Tommy Tune, Wayne Cilento, Judy Gibson, Anita Morris (Wife of Grover Dale), Gale Gordon, Originally directed by Michael Bennett. Choreographed by Michael Bennett and Grover Dale. Songs include; "My City', "Nobody Does It Like Me," "Spanglish," "He's Good For Me," "Poor Everybody Else," "It's Not Where You Start', "Seesaw," etc.
88 Seidman And Son : "The New Comedy" by Elick Moll (Based on His Novel). Produced by the Theatre Guild, Joel Schenker and Michael Kanin at various theatres (1962 - 63) starring Sam Levene ("Guys and Dolls," etc.), Elizabeth Fleming, Chet London, Abe Vigoda. Janet Ward, Lynne Roberts, Barbara Mostel, Morris Strassberg, Nancy Wickwire, Stewart Moss, Vincent Gardenia, Diana Muldaur, Morgan Sterne, etc. Directed by Carmen Capalbo and Sam Levene.
88 Seige Of Alkmaar, The : "Latest Dramatic Success" by Burt Collins starring Peter Von der Maey, Kees Haas, Julian Romero, etc. No location or date listed.
88 Self And Lady : A New Farce by Pierre Decourcelle. Produced by Charles Frohman's Comedians at the Broad Street Theatre (NYC - 1900) starring E.M. Holland, Fritz Williams, Arnold Daly, Isabel Irving, May Robson, etc. Directed by Joseph Humphreys.
88 Self Help : Book by Norm Foster (Originally produced at Theatre Aquarius in Hamilton, ON, in 2002). Produced by the Ocal (Florida) Civic Theatre (2012) starring Tony Abbondolo, Steve Gordon, Megan Hilt, Gordon Holmes, Danuta Jacob and Joy Newkirk. Directed by Chip Morris.
88 Sellout, The : Book by Albert G. Miller. Produced by Theatre Craftsmen at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1933) starring Minnie Dupree, Charles Harrison, Frank Dae, Harry Bellaver, Ruth Thomas, Jane Seymour, etc. Directed by Ashley Miller.
88 Selma : "Joyous New Musical Depicting the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr." produced by Tommy Butler at the Music Hall (Detroit - 1977).
88 Semi -Detached (By P. Joudry) : "A New Play" by Patricia Joudry. Produced by Philip Rose at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1960) starring Ed Begley, Frank Silvera, Jean Muir, Vivian Nathan, Dana Elcar, etc. Directed by Charles S. Dubin.
88 Semi -Detached (By D. Turner) : "A New Comedy" by David Turner. Produced by The Coventry Belgrade Theatre Company (In association with the Arts Council of Great Britain) at the Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1963) starring Leonard Rossiter (Star of television's "The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin"), Bryan Stanyon, Donald Gee, Leon Sinden, Gillian Raine, etc. Directed by Anthony (Tony) Richardson.
88 Seminar : Book by Theresa Rebeck. Produced at the Golden Theatre (NYC - 2012) starring Alan Rickman, Lily Rabe, Hamish Linklater, Jerry O' Connell, Hettienne Park, Rocco Sisto, Christina Pumariega, Matthew Greer. Directed by Sam Gold.
88 Seminary Girl, The : "A Farce With Music" by Melville B. Raymond and Edward Clark. Produced by Melville B. Raymond at various theatres (1905) starring F.C. Hamilton, Harry Ladell, Annie Harris, Harry Forsman, James W. Howard, Francis Berg, Ruth Peebles, Edward Clark, Louise Erwin, Dolly Gray, etc. Directed by James Gorman and M.B. Raymond. Songs include; "In Vacation Time," "The Haughty Butterfly," "Sweetheart Sue," "Make Hay While the Sun Shines," etc.
88 Senator, The : "The American Comedy, Illustrating Social, Diplomatic and Political Life in Washington" by David D. Lloyd and Sydney Rosenfeld. Various productions (1890 - 1905) starring William H. Crane, George F. Devere, Henry Bergman, Hattie Russell, Jane Stuart, Georgie Drew Barrymore, Vaughan Glaser, James Hester, Ben Johnson, Katharine Florence, etc.
88 Senator Keeps House, The : "A Comedy" by Martha Morton. Produced by Joseph Brooks at the Century Theatre (St. Louis - 1912) starring William H. Crane, Harry Harwood, Charles Reigel, Mabel Bert, Marion Kerby, etc. Directed by Lawrence Marston.
88 Senator's Daughter, The : "Powerful Comedy Drama" by J.H. Shepard. Produced in 1898 (No location listed) starring Annie Clarke Hanson ("The Boston Beauty"), F.W. Poe, J.H. Shepard, Alma E. Lewis, Lydia Haydon, etc.
88 Send Me No Flowers : "A Comedy" by Norman Barasch and Carroll Moore. Various productions (1961 - 72) starring David Wayne, Nancy Olson, Peter Turgeon, Heywood Hale Broun (CBS sports commentator and reporter), Judy Carrol, Carolyn Olsen, Phylis Coats, John Newton, Marvin Kaplan, Van Johnson, Rachel Stevens, Judith Jett, Pat Cronin, Alan Sues (Television's "Laugh In"), Harvey Korman, Lyle Waggoner, Leonard Drum, Bob Moak, Vicki Lawrence, Gillian Spencer, Art Kassul, Pat Kinloch, Gene P. Moore, etc. Originally produced on Broadway by Courtney Burr and directed by James Dyas.
88 Sentenced To Death : "Great English Success" by Pettit and Conquest. Produced by Arthur Rehan's Company at the Blanchard Opera House (Montpelier, VT - 1885) starring Harry Hotto, R. Fulton Russell, Clarence Harvey, Henry Miller, Maud Miller, etc.
88 Sentimentalist, The : "A New Play" by H.V. Esmond. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Duke of York's Theatre (London - 1901) starring Lewis Waller, Miriam Clements, Geraldine Olliffe, John Byron, Jessie Moore, etc. Directed by Arthur Coe and H.V. Esmond.
88 Sentinel, The : "A New Musical Burletta" produced at the Theatre Royal, Dublin (1837). Billed with "To Late for Dinner," "The Barrack Room," "The Eleventh Day," etc.
88 Separate Rooms : Book by Joseph Carole and Alan Dinehart in collaboration with Alex Gottlieb and Edmund Joseph. Various productions (1940 - 48) starring Alan Dinehart, Glenda Farrell, Lyle Talbot, Michael Whalen, Mitchell Harris, Ellen Morgan, William Foran, Jeraldine Dvorak, Alexander Lockwood, David Tyrrell, etc. Originally produced (1940) by Bobby Crawford and directed by Alen Dinehart. The 1941 production produced by Nate Beers in association with Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson.
88 Separate Tables : "Two Plays" ("Table By the Window" and "Table Number Seven") by Terence Rattigan. Various productions (1954 - 77) starring Eric Portman (By permission of the J. Arthur Rank Organization), Margaret Leighton (By permission of British Lion Film Corporation Ltd.), Basil Henson, Aubrey Mather, Jane Eccles, Phoebe Bradley-Williams, Kenneth Thornett, John Mills, Jill Bennett, Rose Hill, Margaret Courtenay, Raymond Huntley, Ambrosine Phillpotts, Zena Walker, Paul Gregory, Evelyn Bennett, Edda Gould, Dixie Frew, Geraldine Page, Ann Shoemaker, Helen Carson, Mary Hardwick, Basil Rathbone, Kathleen Grobe, Phyllis Dilgren, Craig Hartley, Ramona Allison, Ann Cox, etc. Originally produced in London (1954) by Stephen Mitchell and directed by Peter Glenville.
88 Separated : "Great Emotional Drama" by Bartley Campbell. Produced at the Roscoe Opera House (Lowville, NY - 1884) starring Pauline Markham, Randolph Murray, etc.
88 September Morn : "The Big Fun Festival with Tunes and Tangoes" with book and lyrics by Arthur Gillespie. Music by Aubrey Stauffer. Produced by Rowland and Clifford at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1914) starring William Cameron, Kathryn Bowen, Clarence Nordstrom, Louis Kelso, Arline Bowling, Nancy Lee, etc. Directed by Frank Tannehill, Jr. Choreographed by Virgil Bennett. Songs include: "When a Little Boy Loves a Little Girl," "In Berlin," "Everybody's Tango Crazy," "I Lost My Girl on Broadway," "A Spare Rib From the Butcher Shop of Life," etc.
88 Seraglio Of The Effendi, The : "An Oriental Skit" produced at Sam T. Jack's Theatre (NYC - 1898) starring Carrie Thomas, Sadie Wooster, Lotta Lewis, Maud King, George R. Beban, Lew Spencer, Willis Clark, etc. Billed with various vaudeville presentations including: "Charles Lawler ("Descriptive Vocalist"), "The Great Marinellas ("The Silver Rings"), Halliday and Ward ("The American Comedians"), etc.
88 Seremonda : Book by William Lindsey. Produced by Julia Arthur at various theatres (c. 1917) starring Julia Arthur, Robert Claverie, Brigham Royce, Edmund Fitzpatrick, etc.
88 Serena Blandish : or "The Difficulty of Getting Married" by S.N. Behrman (Based on the novel by "A Lady of Quality"). Various productions (c. 1929) starring Ruth Gordon, Clarence Derwent, Tyrrell Davis, Constance Collier, A. E. Matthews, Henry Daniell, Marion Grey, Wallace Erskine, Julie Haydon, Leona Powers, Tonio Selwart, Oscar Stirling, Barry Sullivan, Helen Ward, etc. Originally produced by Jed Harris.
88 Serenade, The : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection - See "Opera and Operetta Programs".
88 Serf, The : "A Tragic Drama" produced at the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh (Scotland - 1831). Billed with "Dominique," "The White Phantom," etc.
88 Sergeant Brue : "A Musical Farce" with book and lyrics by Owen Hall. Music by Liza Lehman. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham at the Knickerbocker Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Frank Daniels, Alfred Hickman, Sallie Fisher, Walter Percival, Blanche Ring, Leslie Mayo, etc. Songs include: "Line of Duty," "Skating," "My Irish Molly O," "Saturday After Two," "Old Man Shay," "Dearie," etc.
88 Sergeant Kitty : "An Original Comic Opera" with book and lyrics by R.H. Burnside. Music by R. Baldwin Sloane. Produced by George R. White in Syracuse, NY (No date) starring Fred Knights, Wheeler Earl, Sylvain Langlois, William F. Butler, etc. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Songs include: "True Love Lives in Our Dreams," "The One I Love the Best Gave That To Me," "Strange Things Happen Every Day," "A Soldier's Life," "We Are A Gallant Regiment," etc.
88 Sergeant Musgrave's Dance : Book by John Arden. Produced by the San Francisco Actor's Workshop (No date) starring Robert Doyle, Robert Phalen, Bunny Witt, Tom Luce, etc. Directed by Herbert Blau.
88 Serio-Comic Governess, The : Book by Israel Zangwill. Produced by Daniel Frohman at various theatres (1904) starring Cecilia Loftus, W.J. Butler, Earl Ryder, Herbert Standing, Emmett Shackleford, Rose Hubbard, Julia Dean, etc. Directed by Israel Zangwill.
88 Serious Charge : Book by Philip King. Produced by H.J. Barlow by arrangement with Jack Buchanan and John Forbes-Sempill at the Garrick Theatre (London - 1955) starring Victoria Hopper, Patrick McGoohan, Olga Lindo, John Jarvis, Anthony Wager, etc. Directed by Martin Landau.
88 Serious Family, The : "Celebrated Comedy" by Rowland Buckstone. Various productions (c. 1858) starring Mary Marsh, Kate Hunter, G. Reynolds, Sep Smith, etc. Billed with "Dumb Belle!," "Toodles," etc.
88 Sermon, A : Book by David Mamet. Produced at the Hartley House (NYC - No date) starring Daryl Edwards. Directed by Laurence Conroy. Billed with "Throckmorton, TX 76083" by Barry Corbin.
88 Serpent's Tooth, A : Book by Arthur Richman. Produced by John Golden at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1922) starring Marie Tempest, Josephine Williams, Leslie Howard, Howard Freeman, John Clements, Robert Lowe, etc. Directed by Robert Milton.
88 Servant In The House, The : "The Famous Symbolic Play" by Charles Rann Kennedy. Various productions (1908 - 20) starring Arthur Lewis, Edmund Rann Kennedy, Tyrone Power (Father of the film star), Walter Hampden, Sara Haden (Most famous as "Aunt Millie" in the "Andy Hardy " film series), Ernest Rowan, Frank Mills, Mabel Moore, Jessie Glendinning, George S. Irving, Charles Dalton, Arthur Buchanan, Richard Ogden, etc.
88 Servant Of Two Masters, The : "Arlecchino, Servitore di due Padroni" by Carlo Goldoni. Various productions (1936 - 2013) starring Marcello Moretti, Relda Ridoni, Jay Doyle, Joan Darling, Lee Wallace, Anthony "Scooter" Teague, Cicely Tyson, David Margulies, Brendon Burke, Barry Signorelli, Ken Wayne, Clive Francis, Michele Dotrice, Tommy Steele, Louis S. Auchincloss, Lee Shiver, Kristen McDermott, Russell Smith, Phil Bruns, Asia Minor, Mary Doyle, Robert J. Colonna, Joseph Urick, Michelle Bellaver, Joel Oramas, Kevin Roost, Amanda Young, Robert Cope, Tom Foley, Anastasia Placido, Sean Cancellieri, Melissa Williams, Amos Johnson, Thaddeus Walker, etc.
88 Service : Book by Henri Lavedan (Translated by William C. Taylor). Produced by Harrison Grey Fiske by arrangement with Klaw and Erlanger and George C.Tyler at the George M. Cohan Theatre (NYC - 1918) starring Mrs. Fiske (Minnie Maddern Fiske - Wife of Harrison Grey Fiske), Lee Baker, Roger Lytton, Rikel Kent, etc. Billed with "A Night at An Inn" by Lord Sunsany. Both Plays directed by Harrison Grey Fiske.
88 Set My People Free : Book by Dorothy Heyward. Produced by The Theatre Guild at the Hudson Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring Juano Hernandez, Mildred Smith, Frank Wilson, Canada Lee, Tyler Carpenter, William Warfield, Merritt Smith, Earl Jones (Robert Earl Jones - Father of James Earl Jones), William Marshall (Most famous as "Blacula" on film), etc. Directed by Martin Ritt.
88 Set To Music : "A New Revue" by Noel Coward (Portrayed by Daniel Massey in the 1968 biopic, "Star"). Produced by John C. Wilson at The Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1939) starring Beatrice Lillie, Eva Ortega, Rosemary Lomax, Anna Jackson, Sarah Burton, Hugh French, Richard Haydn, etc. Directed by Noel Coward. Songs include: "Mad About the Boy," "Children of the Ritz". "Never Again," "The Stately Homes of England," "The Party's Over Now," etc.
88 Settled Out Of Court : "A Light and Refreshing Entertainment" by William Gillette (Based upon the Parisian success, "Pont Biquet" by Alexander Bisson). Produced by Charles Frohman at the Columbia Theatre (Boston - 1892) starring Joseph Holland, William Faversham, Georgie Drew Barrymore, Evelyn Campbell, Agnes Miller, Ada Curry, etc.
88 Seven : Book by Frank J. Collins. Produced by Jimmie Cooper at the Republic Theatre (NYC - 1930) starring Robert Strange, Millard F. Mitchell (Most famous as the co-star of the film, "Singin' In the Rain"), Preston Foster, George Lessey, etc. Directed by Lionel Atwill.
88 Seven Ages : "Kaleidoscopic Representation" by William Gill and Henry E. Dixey. Music by Edward E. Rice. Produced at various theatres (1890) starring Henry E. Dixey, Lottie Nicol, Ida Rock, Ida Bell, George W. Howard, Emma Mulle, etc. Directed by Henry E. Dixey.
88 Seven Brides For Seven Brothers : Book by Lawrence Kasha and David Landay (Based on the MGM film and "The Sobbin' Women" by Stephen Vincent Benet). Music by Gene de Paul. Lyrics by Johnny Mercer. New songs by Al Kasha and Joel Hirschhorn. Produced at the Paper Mill Playhouse (Milburn, NJ - 2007) starring Randy Bobish, Michelle Dawson, Luke Longacre, Eric Sciotto, Nathan Hershberger, Dan Sharkey, Tina Stafford, etc. Directed by Scott Schwartz. Choreographed by Patti Colombo. Songs include: "Bless Your Beautiful Hide," "Wonderful, Wonderful Day," "Goin' Courtin' ," "Sobbin' Women," "We've Gotta Make It Through Winter," "Lonesome Polecat," "Spring, Spring, Spring," "Love Never Goes Away," etc.
88 Seven Chances : "A New Comedy" by Roi Cooper Megrew. Produced by David Belasco at various theatres (1917) starring Frank Craven (Most famous as the "Stage Manager" in "Our Town" on stage and film), John Butler, Frank Morgan (Most famous as "The Wizard of Oz" on film. Brother of Ralph Morgan.), Marion Abbott, Otto Kruger, etc. Directed by David Belasco and Ernest Gros.
88 Seven Days : "Being a Combination of Curious Circumstances" by Mary Roberts Rinehart and Avery Hopwood. Various productions (1909 - 15) starring Jay Wilson, F. C. Butler, Florence Reed, Ruth Latham, Lucille LaVerne, Willard Louis, Fred Cousins, Ida Waterman, John Craig, Donald Meek, Al Roberts, Mabel Montgomery, Mary Young, Allan Pollock, Hope Latham, Lucille LaVerne, Albert Brown, Ralph Kellard, Albert Sackett, etc.
88 Seven Days' Leave : "A Military-Naval Melodrama of To-day" by Walter Howard. Various productions (1918 - 19) starring Harry St.Clair Young, Julia Cobb, Ann Boffington, Bryce Kennedy, Edna Marr, Miriam Collins, Florence Elddridge, Victory Bateman, Warren Hill, J. Irving White, Percy Ames, Evelyn Varden, etc.
89 Seven Descents of Myrtle, The : "A New Play" by Tennessee Williams. Produced by David Merrick ("The Abominable Showman") at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1968) starring Harry Guardino, Estelle Parsons and Brian Bedford. Directed by Jose Quintero.
89 Seven Keys To Baldpate : "The Mystery Farce" by George M. Cohan (Portrayed on film by James Cagney, on television by Mickey Rooney and on stage by Joel Grey). Various productions (1913 - 35) starring George M. Cohan, Irene Rich, Ernest Glendinning, Zita Johann (Wife of John Houseman), Fred l. Quimby, Dorothy Grey, Edmund Elton, Franklin George, Hal Castle, George Ernst, Beatrice Loring, Alfred Lunt, Al Roberts, Edgar Halstead, Jessie Graham, Wallace Eddinger, Margaret Green, Lorena Atwood, Wallace Eddinger, James T. Powers, Otis Skinner, Josephine Hull, James T. Powers, Ruth Weston, Percy Moore, Walter Hampden, Cyril Scott, Ethel Intropidi, etc. The play is based on a story by Earl Derr Biggers.
89 Seven Lively Arts : Sketches by Moss Hart (Portrayed by George Hamilton in the 1963 biopic, "Act One"). Music and lyrics by Cole Porter (Portrayed by Cary Grant in the 1945 biopic, "Night and Day," by Ron Randell in the 1953 film "Kiss Me Kate" and by Kevin Kline in the 2004 biopic, "De-Lovely".). Produced by Billy Rose (Portrayed by James Caan in the 1975 biopic, "Funny Lady") at the Ziegfeld Theatre (NYC - 1944) starring Beatrice Lillie, Bert Lahr, Benny Goodman (Portrayed by Steve Allen in the 1955 biopic, "The Benny Goodman Story"), Teddy Wilson, Red Norvo, Jere McMahon, Alicia Markova, Anon Dolin, Doc Rockwell, Nan Wynn, Dolores Gray, Mary Roche, etc. Directed by Hassard Short and Philip Loeb (Most famous as the co-star of "The Goldbergs" on radio and television). Choreographed by Jack Donohue and Anton Dolin. Choral group trained by Robert Shaw. Songs include: "Is It the Girl?," "Only Another Boy And Girl," "When I Was a Littel Cuckoo," "Frahngee-Pahnee," "Dancin' To a Jungle Drum," "The Band Started Swinging a Song," "Every Time We Say Goodbye," etc.
89 Seven Ravens Seven : or "7 Ravens 7" produced at Roberts' Opera House (Hartford, CT - 1884) starring Percy Hunting, Minette Thompson, Gus Frankel, G.D. Hutton, Maud Baker, Carrie Wallace, Florence Thropp, etc.
89 Seven Sisters, The : "A Domestic Farce" by Edith Ellis (Adapted from the Hungarian of Ferencz Herczeg and translated by Ferike Boros.). Produced by Daniel Frohman at various theatres (1911) starring Charles Cherry, Laurette Taylor ("The Glass Menagerie," etc.), Alice John, Carlotta Doty, Irene Smith, Gaston Bell, Wallis (Wallace) Ford, etc.
89 Seven-Twenty-Eight (7.20.8) : "Great New York Success" by Augustin Daly. Various productions (1883 - 1900) starring John Drew, James Lewis, William Gilbert, G.H. Gilbert, Maud Miller, Harry Hotto, Ralph Stuart, William Redmund, Dorothy Donnelly (Portrayed by Merle Oberon in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart"), Ada Rehan, Kitty Cheatham, etc.
89 Seven Strange Plays : Plays by Crane Johnson (1954) including: "The Hourglass," "The Bronze Statue," "Stillbirth," "The Reward," "The Visitor," "Shock" and "Freak Show".
89 Seven Year Itch, The : "The Broadway Comedy Hit" by George Axelrod. Various productions (1953 - 75) starring Tom Ewell, Vanessa Brown, Neva Patterson, George Keane, Robert Emhardt, Jack McCarrell, Shirl Jones, Pat Young, Marta Wimple, Art Kassul, Eddie Bracken, Louise King, Howard Freeman, MacDonald Carey, Donna Michelle, Gena Rowlands, George Durney, Art Carney, Lee Remick, Brett Somers (Wife of Jack Klugman), Elliott Nugent, Sally Forrest, Anne Kimbell, Glenn Brooks, Lorraine Ell, Arte Johnson (Television's "Laugh-In"), Gavin MacLeod, Aileen Bay, Patti Macleod (Wife of Gavin MacLeod), etc. Originally produced (1953) by Courtney Burr and Elliott Nugent and directed by Elliott Nugent.
89 Seventeen : "A Play of Youth and Love and Summertime" by Booth Tarkington. Produced by Stuart Walker at various theatres (1917 - 19) starring Lew Medbury, Lillian Ross, Judith Lowry (Co-star of television's "Phyllis"), Neil Martin, Ruth Gordon, Ben Lyon, Eugene Stockdale, John Orr, Paul Kelly, Morgan Farley, Aldrich Bowker, Wallace Ford, Emma Wilcox, etc. Directed by Stuart Walker.
89 Seventeen (Musical by S. Benson) : "A New Musical Comedy" by Sally Benson (Based on the work of Booth Tarkington). Music by Walter Kent. Lyrics by Kim Gannon. Produced by Milton Berle, Sammy Lambert and Bernie Foyer at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1951 - ) starring King Calder, Kenneth Nelson, Ann Crowley, Frank Albertson, Doris Dalton, Dick Kallman (Television's "Hank"), etc. Directed by Richard Whorf. Choreographed by Dania Krupska. Songs include: "This Was Just Another Day," "Summertime is Summertime," "Reciprocity," "Headache to Heartache," "The Hoosier Way," "If We Could Only Stop the old Town Clock," etc.
89 Seventeen (Musical by F. Anthony) : "A New Musical Mobile Production" by Father Anthony of the Catholic Theatre Guild of Mobile (Based on the work of Booth Tarkington). Produced by The Catholic Theatre Guild of Mobile at the C.Y.O. Hall (Mobile, Alabama - 1953) starring John Scott, Kitty Greer, Polly Crowe, Jackie Guy, Orin Wood, etc. Directed by Peter Barrios II, Bob Lencione and Joanne Sherrill. Choreographed by Joanne Sherrill and Jackie Guy. Songs include: "Silly Bill," "Once in Love With Lola," "Sunshine Smile," "Blue Dream," "After You've Gone," "Ragtime Cowboy," etc.
89 1776 (Seventeen Seventy-Six) : "A New Musical Comedy" by Peter Stone (Based on a conception of Sherman Edwards). Music and lyrics by Sherman Edwards. Various productions (1969 - 98) starring William Daniels, Paul Hecht, Clifford David, Roy Poole, Ronald Holgate (Husband of Dorothy Collins), Emory Bass, Ken Howard, Betty Buckley ("Cats," etc.), William Duell, Bruce MacKay, Howard Da Silva, Peter Lombard, Gregg Edelman, Pat Hingle, Brent Spiner, Ric Stoneback, Frank Lombardi, Andy Hopkins, Kevin Meaney, Edward Lardaro, John Cunningham, George Hearn, Gary Beach, Jay Garner, Jack Fletcher, David Ford, John Cullum, Richard Poe, Patrick Bedford, Roy Lonergan, Bernard Lloyd, Lewis Fiander, Ronald Radd, Paul Tripp (Television's "Mr. I Magination"), etc. Originally produced (1969) by Stuart Ostrow, directed by Peter Hunt and choreographed by Onna White. Songs include: "Sit Down, John," "The Lees of Old Virginia," "He Plays the Violin," "Cool, Cool Considerate Men," "Momma Look Sharp," "Molasses to Rum," "Yours, Yours, Yours," "Is Anybody There?," etc.
89 Seventh Heaven (By A. Strong) : Book by Austin Strong. Various productions (1919 - 26) starring Pauline Moore, Philip Earle, Charles Gothold, Grace Menken, Joseph J. Hyland, Frank Wilcox, Eric Clavering, Kay Strozzi, George Spelvin, Paul Porter, Beatrice Noyes, Frank Morgan (Most famous as "The Wizard of Oz" on film. Brother of Ralph Morgan.), Marion Kerby, Henry O' Neill, John W. Ransome, Gale Gordon, Anne Forrest, Douglas MacPherson, Ruth Mero, Fuller Mellish, Jr., Charles Farrell, Percy Helton, etc. Originally produced (1919) and directed by John Golden.
89 Seventh Heaven (By V. Wolfson) : "The New Musical Comedy" by Victor Wolfson and Stella Unger (Based upon the play by Austin Strong). Music by Victor Young. Lyrics by Stella Unger. Produced by Gant Gaither and William Bacher at various theatres (1955) starring Gloria De Haven, Ricardo Montalban, Paul Hartman (Of the dance team "Paul and Grace Hartman". Most famous as "Emmet the Fix-It Man" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Mayberry RFD"), Robert Clary ("Television's "Hogan's Heroes"), Fifi D' Orsay ("Follies," etc.), Chita Rivera, Joseph Flynn, Betty Jane Seagle, Kurt Kasznar, Beatrice Arthur, etc. Directed by John C. Wilson. Choreographed by Peter Gennaro (Choreographer for television's "The Ed Sullivan Show"). Songs include: "Where is That Someone For Me?," "Man With a Dream," "Remarkable Fellow," "A Miss You Kiss," "If It's A Dream," "Love Sneaks Up on You," etc.
89 70, Girls, 70 : Book by Fred Ebb and Norman L. Martin (Based upon the play entitled "Breath of Spring" by Peter Coke - Adapted by Joe Masteroff). Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Produced by Arthur Whitelaw in association with Seth Harrison at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1971) starring Mildred Natwick, Hans Conried, Lillian Roth (Portrayed by Susan Hayward in the 1955 biopic, "I'll Cry Tomorrow"), Gil lamb, Lillian Hayman, Lucie Lancaster, Joey Faye ("Mack and Myer For Hire" on film), Henrietta Jacobson, Ruth Gillette, etc. Directed by Paul Aaron. Choreographed by Onna White. Songs include: "Old Folks," "Broadway My Street," "Coffee in a Cardboard Cup," "Boom Ditty Boom," "Believe," "The Elephant Song," etc.
89 Severed Head, A : "A New Comedy" by Iris Murdoch and J.B. Priestley. Various productions (1963 - 64) starring Joan Fontaine, Robin Bailey, Elliott Reid, Lee Grant, Jessica Walter (Co-star of "Play Misty for Me," etc on film. Co-star of "Arrested Development," etc. on television.), Angela Wood, Heather Chasen, Sheila Burrell, Paul Eddington, Frances White, Robert Hardy, Bernard Horsfall, Peter Reeves, Monica Evans, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Christine Pickles, etc. Originally produced in London (1963) by Donald Albery and directed by Val May. Originally produced on Broadway (1964) by David Merrick and Donald Albery and directed by Val May.
89 Sex : "A Comedy Drama" by Jane Mast. Produced by C. William Morganstern at various theatres (1926) starring Mae West ("Most Talked-Of Star in the World"), Barry O' Neill, Pacie Ripple, Ann Reader, Warren Sterling, Ida Mantell, etc. Directed by Edward Elsner.
89 Sex And Consciousness : "A Season of Lunch-Hour Plays" ("Cock Artist" by Rainer Werner Fassbinder and "The Rialto Prom" by Angela Wye). Produced by the Almost Free Theatre at the Ambiance Theatre (London - No date) starring Ann Mitchell. Plays directed by Roland Rees and Sue Todd.
89 Sex Fable, The : "A Comedy" by Edouard Bourdet (Translated by Jane Hinton). Produced by Gilbert Miller at Henry Miller's Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Mrs. Patrick Cambell (Beatrice Stella Tanner), Ronald Squire, Mary Chippendale, Helen Haye, Margaret Dale, Constance Trevor, Lora Baxter, etc. Directed by Gilbert Miller.
89 Sex Please, We're Sixty : "An offbeat production" by Michael Parker and Susan Parker. Produced at the Ocala (Florida) Civic Theatre (2013) starring Gail Baumann, Jeff Cole, John LaPaille, Kim Wise and Bonnie Ignicio. Directed by Susu Sparkman.
89 Sexual Perversity In Chicago : "Two Plays" (Including "A Sermon") by David Mamet. Produced by Stuart Oken and Jason Brett at the Apollo Theater Center (Chicago - 1979) starring Jim Belushi, Scott Jaeck, Bernadette Birkett, Linda Kimbrough and Cosmo White ("The Sermon"). Directed by Sheldon Patinkin.
89 Sganarelle : "An Evening of Moliere Farces" ("The Flying Doctor," "The Forced Marriage," "Sganarelle" and "A Dumb Show") translated by Albert Bermel. Produced by the American Repertory Theatre at the Goodman Theatre of The Art Institute of Chicago (1982) starring Tony Shalhoub (Television's "Monk"), John Bottoms, Richard Grusin, Marianne Owen, Harry Murphy, Stephen Rowe, Cynthia Darlow, etc. Directed by Andrei Serban.
89 Sh! The Octopus : "A Sneaky-Snaky-Slimy Mystery" by Ralph Murphy and Donald Gallaher. Produced by Donald Gallaher and J.M. Welch at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1928) starring Harry Kelly, Clifford Dempsey, Beatice Allen, Gavin Gordon, Ignacio Martinetti, Francis Verdi, Adele Windsor, etc.
89 Shades Of Harlem : "A Tribute to the Harlem Renaissance" by Jeree Palmer Wade. Produced by Tony Conforti and Jerry Saperstein and the National Black Touring Circuit (No location or date listed) starring Ty Stephens, Branice McKenzie and Jeree Palmer Wade. Directed by Adam Wade. Choreographed by Ty Stephens.
89 Shadow, The : Book by Dario Niccodemi and Michael Morton. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1915) starring Ethel Barrymore, Bruce McRae, Ernest Lawford, Olive Murray, etc.
89 Shadow And Substance : "A New Play" by Paul Vincent Carroll. Various productions (1938 - 46) starring Cedric Hardwicke, Sara Allgood, Julie Haydon, Lloyd Gough, Valerie Cossart, Len Doyle, Almira Sessions, Harold Moulton, Jane Parker, Philip Truex, Hal Conklin, Edith Loew, Gene Brennan, Andrew Dennis, Don Erskine, Nancy Wickwire, etc. Originally produced (1938) by Eddie Dowling and directed by Peter Godfrey.
89 Shadow Box, The : "1977 Pulitzer Prize Play" by Michael Cristofer. Various productions (1977 - 79) starring Joyce Ebert, David Rasche, Clifton James, Josef Sommer, Patricia Elliott, Stephen Keep, Simon Oakland, Laurence Luckinbill ("The Boys in the Band," etc. Husband of Lucie Arnaz.), Mandy Patinkin, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Marge Redmond (Most famous as "Sarah Tucker" on the Cool Whip commercials of the 1970s), David Huffman, Brad Rearden, Bradford Wallace, Isa Thomas, Max Howard, Bette Oliver, Marlo Thomas, Mercedes Ruehl, etc. Originally produced (1978) by Lester Osterman, Ken Marsolais, Allan Francis and Leonard Soloway and directed by Gordon Davidson.
89 Shadow Of A Gunman, The : "A Tragedy" by Sean O' Casey (Portrayed by Rod Taylor in the 1965 biopic, "Young Cassidy"). Various productions (1929 -99) starring Whitford Kane, Art Smith, Katherine Krug, George Storm, Don Ament, Shane Shelton, Jim Mooney, Robert O' Flaherty, Sy Travers, Dara Gavin, Declan Mooney, Sean Power, Arthur Malet, Gerald O' Loughlin, Bruce Dern, William Smithers, James Greene, Susan Strasberg, Dana Elcar, Lester Rawlins, Barry Fitzgerald, Arthur Shields (Brother of Barry Fitzgerald), Kate Curling, John Heffernan, Jack MacGowran, Barry Keegan, Elizabeth Begley, Stephen Rea, etc. Billed with "A Pound on Demand," "The Island of Saints," "The Valiant," etc.
89 Shadow Of Heroes : Book by Robert Ardrey. Various productions (1961 - 80) starring Salome Jens, Muni Seroff, Abe Vigoda, Louis Zorich (Husband of Olympia Dukakis), George Gaynes, Peter Boyle, John Reeger, Tim Halligan, George Womack, Robert Frankel, David Puski, etc.
89 Shadow Of My Enemy, A : Book by Sol Stein. Produced by Nick Mayo at the ANTA Theatre (American National Theatre and Academy, NYC - 1957) starring Ed Begley, Gene Raymond (Husband of Jeannette MacDonald), William Harrigan, Leon Janney, Mason Adams (Most famous as the voice of the "Smucker's" television and radio commercials), John McGobern, Alma Hubbard, etc. Directed by Daniel Petrie.
89 Shadow Of The Glen, The : Book by J.M. Synge. Produced by the Abbey Theatre Irish Players at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1932) starring F.J. McCormick, Eileen Crowe, Barry Fitzgerald and Arthur Shields (Brother of Barry Fitzgerald). Billed with "The New Gossoon" by George Shields, "Juno and the Paycock" by Sean O' Casey (Portrayed by Rod Taylor in the 1965 biopic, "Young Cassidy"), "The Playboy of the Western World" by J.M. Synge and "Things That Are Caesar's" by Paul Vincent Carroll.
89 Shadowlands : Book by William Nicholson. Produced at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, NYC (1991) starring Nigel Hawthorne, Jane Alexander, Michael Allinson, Paul Sparer, Robin Chadwick, Mary Layne, Edmund C. Davys, etc. Directed by Elijah Moshinsky.
89 Shadows (No Author Listed) : Produced by the Theatre of Arts and Letters (No location listed - 1893) starring Joseph Wheelock, Adele Belgarde, Harwood Eldridge, Paul Arthur, Mary Shaw, etc. Directed by Eugene Wiley Presbrey.
89 Shadows (By S. Carter) : "A World Premiere" by Steve Carter. Produced at the Victory Gardens Theater (Chicago - 1982) starring Rodrick Wimberly, Letitia Toole, Shirley Spiegler Jacobs and Butch Williams. Directed by Chuck Smith.
89 Shadows (By H. Van Buren Maganigle) : "A Japanese Pantomime" by H. Van Buren Magonigle. Produced by The Festival Committee of the MacDowell Club of New York City (No date).
89 Shadows In The Court : "A New Play" by Barnes Connable. Produced by the Actor's Workshop and the Yale Drama Drama School at the Y.W.C.A. Theatre (New Haven - No date). Directed by Ian W. Cadenhead.
89 Shadows Of A Great City : "An Original, Sensational, Domestic Drama" by L. R. Shewell. Various productions (1884 - 92) starring B.R. Graham, O.H. Barr, George R. Edeson, Julia Stewart, William S. Harkine, Edwin B. Tilton, Helen Rand, E.B. Tilton, Will A. Paul, Edward See, Albert Ackerly, Nanette Parker, etc.
89 Shadows Of The Evening : Book by Noel Coward (Portrayed by Daniel Massey in the 1968 biopic, "Star"). Produced by H.M. Tennent at the Queen's Theatre (London - 1966) starring Noel Coward, Lili Palmer (Wife of Rex Harrison), Irene Worth and Sean Barrett. Directed by Vivian Matalon. Billed with "Come Into The Garden, Maud" by Noel Coward.
89 Shady Lady : "A New Musical Comedy" by Estelle Morando. Music and lyrics by Sam H. Stept, Bud Green, Jesse Greer and Stanley Adams. Produced by Harry Meyer at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1933) starring Helen Raymond, Lester Allen, Charles Purcell, Audrey Christie, Marjorie Ford, Marion Martin. etc. Directed by Theodore J. Hammerstein. Choreographed by Jack Donohue. Songs include: "You're Not The One," "Live, Laugh and Love," "Isn't It Swell to Dream," "Swingy Little Thingy," "Your Type is Coming Back," "Get Hot Foot," "Hiya Sucker," etc.
89 Shakespeare - A Mantled Pool Beyond : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare - Theatrical Tributes"
89 Shakespeare Al Fresco : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare - Theatrical Tributes"
89 Shakespeare Gala 400 : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare - Theatrical Tributes"
89 Shakespeare And His Contemporaries : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare - Theatrical Tributes"
89 Shakespeare Fair, A : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare - Theatrical Tributes"
89 Shakespeare For My Father : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare - Theatrical Tributes"
89 Shakespeare's Cabaret : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare - Theatrical Tributes"
89 Shakespearean Scenes With Eric Mayne : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare - Theatrical Tributes"
89 Shakespearean Carnival, A : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare - Theatrical Tributes"
89 Shakuntala : Book by Kalidasa. Produced at the Studio Theatre (Washington, DC - 1982) starring Nancy Johnson, Stewart Carerra, Ron Canada, Ketia Semia, Robert Daley, Gail Sawyer, Rob Stors, etc. Directed by Joy Zinoman.
89 Shameen Dhu : "A New Play" by Rida Johnson Young. Produced at the Olympic Theatre (St. Louis - 1913) starring Chauncey Olcott (Portrayed by Dennis Morgan in the 1947 biopic, "My Wild Irish Rose"), Constance Molineaux, Beth Franklyn, Robert Watt, Maurice Drew, John Sheehan, etc. Directed by Henry Miller.
89 Shandy Maguire : or "The Bould Boy of the Mountains" produced in Montpelier, VT (No date) starring James W. Spellicy, Charles H. Roakes, Owne W. Roakes, Mary R. Corbett, Nellie M. Whalen, etc. Billed with a lecture by Prof. T.C. O' Sullivan on "Irish Born American Citizens and Their Sons".
89 Shanghai Gesture, The : "A Drama" by John Colton. Produced by A.H. Woods at various theatres (1926 - 31) starring Florence Reed, Mary Fowler, Conrad Cantzen, Langdon Bruce, Cyril Keightley, Mary Duncan, Lysle Talbot, Ruby Dena, Robert Perry, Louis Tanno, Frank Wilcox, Arthur Miller, Jack Doty, etc. Originally directed by Guthrie McClintic.
89 Shanghai Moon : "A New Play" by Charles Busch. Produced by Mark Christian Subias and Theatre For New York City (1999) starring Charles Busch, Sekiya Billman, Becky London, James Saito, Marcy McGuigan, etc. Directed by Carl Andress.
89 Shangri-La : "A New Musical Play" with book and lyrics by Jerome Lawrence, Robert E. Lee and James Hilton (Based on the novel, "Lost Horizon" by James Hilton). Music by Harry Warren ("The Forgotten Man of American Music"). Produced by Robert Fryer and Lawrence Carr at various theatres (1956) starring Lew Ayres, Martyn Green ("The World's foremost authority and performer of the works of Gilbert and Sullivan"), Harold Lang ("Pal Joey," Kiss Me Kate," etc.), Jack Cassidy, Alice Ghostly, Carol Lawrence ("West Side Story," etc. Wife of Robert Goulet.), Susan Cabot, Dennis King, Shirley Yamagouchi, etc. Directed by Marshall Jamison and Albert Marre ("The Hollywood Ten"). Choreographed by Donald Saddler. Costumes by Irene Sharaff. Songs include: "In the Hollow of His hand," "The Man I Never Met," "Shangri-La," "Men Are Only Boys Grown Tall," "Moderation," "The World Outside," "What Every Girl Should Know," "Om Mani Padme Hum," etc.
89 Shannons Of Broadway, The : "A Comedy" by James Gleason. Various productions (1927 - 29) starring James Gleason, Lucille Webster Gleason (Wife of James Gleason), Percy Moore, Phil Sheridan, Frank Hearn, George Spelvin, Guy Nichols, Helen Baxter, Weldon Heyburn, Eve Casanova, etc. Originally produced (1927) by Crosby Gaige and Earle Boothe and directed by Paul Dickey.
89 Shanty Queen, The : "The Comedy Drama" by Edmund Mortimer starring Frankie Kemble ("The Beautiful, Fascinating Singing Commedienne"), John W. Rennie, Frank Kilday, Louis Haywood, Dan Williams, etc. Directed by Edward Clayburgh. No location or date listed.
89 Sharon's Grave. : Book by John B. Keane. Produced by The Irish Players at the Maidman Playhouse (NYC - 1961) starring Helena Carroll, Dermot McNamara, Brenden Burke, Blanche Collins, Byron Russell, etc. Directed by Sonia Moore.
89 Sharps And Flats : "A Speculative Satire" by Clay M. Green and Slason Thompson. Produced at Carll's Opera House (New Haven - 1881) starring Stuart Robson, William H. Crane, A.S. Lipman, F.E. Ambrose, Grace Thorne, Annie Wakeman, Agnes Proctor, etc.
89 Shaughraun, The : "An Original Irish Drama" by Dion Boucicault. Various productions (c. 1887 - 88) starring Edward Burton, Hattie Henry, Fred Loranger, Hal Warren, Dion Boucicault, Atkins Lawrence, Fritz Williams, J.E. Whiting, Fred Hight, Nellie Noxin, Nina Boucicault, Leland T. Powers, John Craig, Edmund Breese, Eva Taylor, Felicity Montagu, Gillian Barge, Shaun Scott, Stephen Moore, Stephen Rea, Mark Addy, Paul Boyle, etc.
89 Shaun Rhue : "The Companion Play to Kerry Cow" by Fred Marsden starring Joseph Murphy, Adele Waters, Belle Melville, George S. James, John Murphy, Logan Paul, Belle Dickson, etc.
89 Shavings : "A Cape Cod Comedy" by Pauline Phelps and Marion Short (Based on the novel by Joseph C. Lincoln). Produced by Henry W. Savage at various theatres (1920 - 21) starring Harry Beresford, James Bradbury, Charles Dow Clark, Saxon Kling, Lillian Roth (Portrayed by Susan Hayward in the 1955 biopic, "I'll Cry Tomorrow"), Ben Lodge, etc. Directed by John McKee.
89 Shayna Maidel, A : "A New American Play" by Barbara Lebow. Produced at the Westside Arts Theatre (NYC - 1988) starring Tandy Cronyn (Daughter of Jessica Tandy and Hume Cronyn), Stephen Pearlman, Ava Haddad, Amy Ryan, etc. Directed by Mary B. Robinson.
89 She : "This Strange and Glorious Creature" by William Gillette. Various productions (c. 1889) starring Carrie Stanley, Charles Redmond, Charles Hayne, Beulah DeMond, Jennie Reeves, Charles Bowser, John J. Lloyd, Ada Murray, Wallace Moir, Frank Risdon, M.B. Snyder, Rose Snyder, etc.
89 She Always Said, Pablo : Book by Frank Galati. Music by Virgil Thomson and Igor Stravinsky. Lyrics by Gertrude Stein. Images by Pablo Picasso. Various productions (1986 - 1990) starring Susan Nussbaum (As "Gertrude Stein"), Larry Russo (as "Pablo Picasso"), Carmen Pelton, Marji Bank, Paula Scrofano, Janis Knox, etc. Directed by Frank Galati. Choreographed by Peter Amster.
89 She Couldn't Marry Three : "The Highly Successful Comedy-Drama" by John J. Kennedy. Produced at various theatres (No date) starring Lillian Kennedy (Sister of John J. Kennedy), E.P. Sullivan, George W. Barbier (George Barbier), Ted Irving, etc.
89 She Didn't Say Yes : "A New Comedy" by Lonnie Coleman. Produced by Rowena Stevens in association with Harold Prince and Howard Erskine at the Pocono Playhouse (Mountainhome, PA - 1963) starring Joan Caulfield, Peggy Cass ("Auntie Mame" on stage and film. Regular panelist on the television game show, "To Tell The Truth".), Joan Hackett, William Redfield, Pearl Singer, etc. Directed by Harold Prince.
89 She Got What She Wanted : "A New Farcical Comedy" by George Rosener. Produced by George E. Wintz at Wallack's Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Alan Brooks, William Pike, Aubrey Beattie, Franklyn Ardell and Galina Kopernak. Directed by Edward Elsner.
89 She Had To Know : "A New Comedy" by Paul Geraldy and Robert Spitzler (Translated by Grace George). Produced at various theatres (1925) starring Grace George, Bruce McRae, Charlotte Ives, Anita Damrosch, etc. Directed by John Cromwell (Father of James Cromwell).
89 She Lived Next To The Firehouse : "A Farce" by William A. Grew and Harry Delf. Produced by L. Lawrence Weber at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Victor Moore ("Of Thee I Sing," etc.), Clifford Jones, Roger Gray, Henry Jones, William Frawley, William Gargan, etc. Directed by William B. Friedlander.
89 She Loves Me : "A New Musical Comedy" by Joe Masteroff (Based on the play by Miklos Laszlo). Music by Jerry Bock. Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. Various productions (1963 - 2004) starring Barbara Cook, Daniel Massey (Son of Raymond Massey), Barbara Baxley, Jack Cassidy, Nathaniel Frey, Ralph Williams, Ludwig Donath (Most famous as "Cantor Yoelson" in the films, "The Jolson Story" and "Jolson Sings Again"), Susan Watson, Gary Beach, Beth Howland (Co-star of television's "Alice"), Steeve Arlen, Sandy Kenyon, Boyd Gaines, Diane Fratantoni, Brad Kane, Louis Zorich (Husband of Olympia Dukakis), Jonathan Freeman, Judy Kuhn, Nick Corley, Dan Stone, Allan Pinsker, Robert Parks, Ronald Knight, Charles Bondi, Earl Montgomery, James Rado ("Hair," etc.), Jane Alexander, Joseph Raposa (Original composer of music for television's "Sesame Street"), John Gordon -Sinclair, Ruthie Henshall, Barry James, George S. Irving, Nancy Anderson, Sally Mayes, Dorothy Collins ("Follies," etc. Co-star of television's "Your Hit Parade".), James Darren, Bill Hayes, Barbara Ruick, Andrea Martin, Richard Ryder, Walter Bobbie, Mary Barber, Mimi Sherman, Alan Schack, Clay James, Don Kehr, etc. Originally produced (1963) by Harold Prince in association with Lawrence N. Kasha and Philip C. McKenna, directed by Harold Prince and choreographed by Carol Haney ("The Pajama Game," etc. Wife of Larry Blyden.) Songs include: "No More Candy," "I Don't Know His Name," "Dear Friend," "Days Gone By," "Ice Cream," "She Loves Me," "Twelve Days to Christmas," etc.
89 She Loves Me Not : "A Comedy" by Howard Lindsay (Adapted from the novel by Edward Hope). Various productions (1934 - 49) starring Harry Bellaver, Burgess Meredith, Philip Ober (Husband of Vivian Vance), Polly Walters, Florence Rice, John Beal, Gaye Jordan, Bill Bazerman, Vincent Joyce, Originally produced (1934) by Dwight Deere Wiman and Tom Weatherly and directed by Howard Lindsay.
89 She Passed Through Lorraine : Book by Lionel Hale. Produced by The Barnstormers (Tamworth, NH - 1934) starring Miriam Elliott, Martha Stockton, Curtis Canfield, Philip Bourneuf, Felice Leeds, etc. Directed by Edward P. Goodnow.
89 She Stoops To Compromise : Book by J. Wong-Quincey. Produced by the Yale University School of the Fine Arts/The Department of Drama at the University Theatre (New Haven - 1929) starring Herschel Williams, Douglas McClean, Sarah Vernon Hodges, Joseph Curtin, etc. Directed by Alexander Dean.
89 She Stoops To Conquer : or "The Mistakes of A Night" by Oliver Goldsmith. Various productions (1820 - 1985) starring Fay Bainter, Mrs. Leslie Carter, George Tawde, Patricia Collinge, John Gilbert, Annie Clarke, Sadie Henley, Charles Barron, J.W. Shannon, Stuart Robinson, Olive May, Lawrence D' Orsay, Celeste Holm, Brian Aherne, Ezra Stone (Most famous as "Henry Aldrich" on radio), Burl Ives, Evelyn Varden, Staats Cotsworth, Carmen Mathews, Jack Fletcher, Royal Dano, Annie Russell, Oswald Yorke, Carole Shelley, Ian MacDonald, Dana Winters, Frank Burt, Norman Tyrrell, Leonard Rossiter (Star of television's "The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin"), Peter Bowles, Jeanne Barrien, Edith Hilton, Tom Courtenay, Juliet Mills (Daughter of John Mills), Nigel Terry, Rosalind Knight, Pauline Lord, Farley Granger, Arthur Berwick, Fred Ainsworth, Sandra Gray, Donald Smith, Philip Drew, Lindsay Morison, Cyril Maude, F.H. Tyler, Paul Arthur, Christopher Holder, Virginia Payne, Donald Madden, John Heffernan, Marriott Wilson, Angela Castle, James Cairncross, Norman Rossington (Most famous for his co-starring role in the film, "A Hard Day's Night"), Clarence Handyside, Walter Hale, Henry Bergman, Clarence Montaine, Kyrle Bellew, Sidney Drew, Eleanor Robson, Jane Connell, Nancy Reardon, Whitford Kane, Mary Agnes Doyle, Art Smith, George Holland, Mimi Carr, Gerald Forbes, Michael Bryant, Kelly Hunter, Gordon Kane, etc.
89 She Walked In Her Sleep : "A Comedy" by Mark Swan. Various productions (1919 - 20) starring Arthur Aylsworth, Eva Williams, Joseph Crehan, Ruth Hammond, Clara Mackin, Minna Gombell, Adelaide Hibbard, Ralph Murphy, etc. Originally produced (1919) by A.S. Stern and directed by Edward Elsner.
89 She Would And She Would Not : "The Comedy" produced at various theatres throughout Great Britain (1812 - 33). Billed with "The Evil Eye," "My Wife's Mother," "Rosina," "Valentine and Orson," "De La Perouse," "No Song For Supper," etc.
89 Shear Madness : "A Comedy Whodunit" by Paul Portner. Various productions (1988 - 2010) starring Allison Giglio, Curtis Pettijohn, Larry Wyatt, Marji Bank, Matt Callahan, Tom McCarthy, Diana Sowle, Jonathan Hammond, Matt Sawyer, Kate Kiley, Robin Baxter, Scott Morgan, etc.
89 Sheep On The Runway : "New Comedy" by Art Buchwald. Produced by Roger L. Stevens, Robert Whitehead and Robert W. Dowling at the Helen Hayes Theatre (NYC - 1970) starring Martin Gabel (Husband of Arlene Francis), John McGiver, Richard Castellano, Elizabeth Wilson, Barnard Hughes, Neil Flanagan, Remak Ramsay, Will MacKenzie, etc. Directed by Gene Saks.
89 Sheepman, The : "A Romantic Story of the Old West" by Charlotte B. Chorpenning. Produced by Boothe, Gleason and Truex at various theatres (1925) starring James Seeley, Thomas Findlay, Emmett Shackleford, Max Waizman, Dodson Mitchell, etc. Directed by James Gleason.
89 Sheik Of Avenue B, The : "The New Musical Revue-sical" by Isaiah Sheffer. Produced by Mazel Musicals at the Town Hall Theater (NYC - 1992). Directed and choreographed by Dan Siretta.
89 Shelf, The : "A Comedy Drama" by Dorrance Davis. Produced by William B. Friedlander at the Lyric Theatre (Philadelphia - 1926) starring Frances Starr, Arthur Byron, Jessie Ralph, Thelma Ritter, Lee Patrick, Donald Meek, etc. Directed by William B. Friedlander.
90 Shelter : "A Musical" with book and lyrics by Gretchen Cryer. Music by Nancy Ford. Produced by Richard Fields and Peter Flood at the John Golden Theatre (NYC - 1973) starring Marcia Rodd, Terry Kiser ("Weekend at Bernie's ," etc.), Susan Browning, Joanna Merlin, etc. Directed by Austin Pendleton. Choreographed by Sammy Bayes. Settings, costumes and projections by Tony Walton. Songs include: "Changing," "Welcome To a New World," "Woman on the Run," "I Bring Him Seashells," "Too Many Women in My Life," "He's a Fool," "Sleep, My Baby, Sleep," etc.
90 Shenandoah (By J.L. Barnett) : Book by James Lee Barrett, Peter Udell and Philip Rose (Based on the original screenplay by James Lee Barrett). Various productions (1977 - 79) starring John Cullum, Gordon Halliday, Christopher Blount, Steve Grober, Donna Theodore, Joel Higgins, Chip Ford, Penelope Milford, Joseph Shapiro, Maureen Silliman, Tony Holmes, Brent Ritter, Bob Hibbard, Steve Terrell, John Raitt, Deborah Combs, Howard Keel, Ed Ames (Of the singing group, "The Ames Brothers". Co-star of television's "Daniel Boone"), Barbara Worthington, J.J. Jepson, John Miranda, etc. Originally produced by Philip Rose and Gloria and Louis K. Sher, directed by Philip Rose and choreographed by Robert Tucker. Songs include: "Raise The Flag of Dixie," "I've Heard It all Before," "Next to Lovin' (I Like Fightin')," "Meditation," "Violets and Silverbells," "Freedom," "The Only Home I Know," "Pass the Cross to Me," etc.
90 Shenandoah (By B. Howard) : "A Military Comedy-Drama" by Bronson Howard. Various production (1890 - 1910) starring C. Norman Hammond, Theodore Friebus, Guy Combs, William Brady, Pearl Willard, Frank Burbeck, Henry Miller, Harder Kirkland, Frank Dayton, Basil Booth, Alfred Moore, Otis Turner, Edith Wright, George C. Staley, Edwin Holt, Freda Depew, A. M. Miller, Maurice Barrymore (Patriarch of the acting family), Lew Wallack, Oscar Eagle, Anna Robinson, C.H. Riegel, Joseph Brennan, etc.
90 Shepard King, The : "A New Romantic Drama" by Arnold Reeves and Wright Lorimer. Produced by William Brady at various theatres (c. 1905) starring Wright Lorimer, Charles Kent, Edward Mackay, May Buckley, etc. Directed by Wright Lorimer.
90 Shepherd Of The Hills, The : "A Dramatization" by Harold Bell Wright and Elsbery Reynolds (From the novel by Harold Bell Wright). Various productions (1915 - 16) starring Maud Norton Curtis, Edwin Sprague, John Thorn, Lew Silvers, Joseph Kelvin, Claude Payton, John T. Dwyer, etc.
90 Shepherd's Chameleon, The : Book by Eugene Ionesco (Translated by Donald Watson). Produced by the American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA) at Theatre de Lys (NYC - 1960) starring Sudie Bond, Philip Bruns, Frank Groseclose, Gene Gross, etc. Directed by David Brooks.
90 Shepherds On The Shelf : "An Original Three-Act Farce" by John P. O' Donnell. Produced by the Blackfriars' Guild at the Blackfriars' Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Mike Sawyer, Jack Walsh, Edward Ansara, Robert Milton, Art Merrill, etc. Directed by Michael Kray.
90 Sheridan : or "The Maid of Bath" by Paul M. Potter (Founded on incidents in the life of the author). Various productions (1893 - 98) starring E.H. Sothern, Charles Harbury, Morton Selten, Grace Kimball, Fanny Addison-Pitt, Tully Marshall, J.H. Gilmour, Maude Odell, etc.
90 Sherlock Holmes : "Remarkable Play of Lights and Shadows" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Various adaptations and productions (1900 - 75) starring William Gillette, Wallis Clark, Herbert Wilson, Betty Hanna, John Milturn, Mary Hall, Bernard McOwen, Dan J. Sullivan, Wilson Day, Byron Russell, Montague Shaw, Peg Entwistle (Most famous for her suicide jump from the "Hollywoodland" sign), Edward Fielding, John Neville, Clive Revill, Richard Lupino, Tony Tanner, Richard Woods, Alan Sues (Television's "Laugh In"), Christina Pickles, Ron Randell, Bruce McRae, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, John Wood, Philip Locke, Basil Rathbone, Thomas Gomez, Jarmila Novotna, Terence Kilburn, Mary Orr, John Dodsworth, Cuyler Hastings, F. Lumsden Hare, Edmund Gwenn (Most famous for his Oscar -winning role of "Kris Kringle" in the film, "Miracle on 34th Street"), Minnie Terry, Hilda Spong, Fritzi Scheff, Robertt Warwick, Herbert Percy, Edgar Selwyn, Erroll Dunbar, etc.
90 Sherlock Holmes And The Case of the Purloined Patience : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection. See - "The Gilbert and Sullivan Collection" by title.
90 Sherlock Holmes And The Curse Of The Sign Of Four : or "The Mark of the Timber Toe" by Dennis Rosa (Based on the novel by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle). Produced by Paul Baker at the Dallas Theater Center (TX - 1976) starring Randy Moore, John Figlmiller, Ryland Merkey, Norma Moore, etc. Directed by Ken Latimer.
90 Sherry! : "A New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics (Based on "The Man Who Came to Dinner" by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart) by James Lipton ("Inside the Actors Studio"). Music by Laurence Rosenthal. Produced by Lee Guber, Frank Ford and Shelly Gross at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1967) starring Clive Revill, Dolores Gray, Elizabeth Allen, Jon Cypher, Byron Webster, Merritt Smith, Eddie "The Old Philosopher" Lawrence, Altovise Gore (Wife of Sammy Davis, Jr.), Haydon Smith, Ted Sprague, etc. Directed by Joe Layton. Songs include: "Turn On Your Radio," "Why Does the Whole Damn World Adore Me," "With This Ring," "Putty in Your Hands," "The Fred Astaire Affair," "How Can You Kiss Those Good Times Goodbye," etc.
90 She's A Good Fellow : "A New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Anne Caldwell. Music by Jerome Kern (Portrayed by Robert Walker in the 1945 biopic, "Till The Clouds Roll By"). Produced by Charles Dillingham at the American Theatre (NYC - 1919) starring Joseph Santley, Olin Howland, Ivy Sawyer, Ann Orr, Vivian Duncan and Rozetta Duncan (The Duncan Sisters"), Pauline Hall, Arline Chase, etc. Directed by Fred G. Latham and Edward Royce. Songs include: "Some Party," "The Navy Foxtrot Man," "The First Rose of Summer," "Jubilo," "I Want My Little Gob," "I've Been Waiting for You All the Time," etc.
90 She's Done It Again! : "A New Farce" by Michael Pertwee (With acknowledgements to Guy Bolton and Vernon Sylvaine). Produced by Brian Rix at the Garrick Theatre (London - 1969) starring Brian Rix, Leo Franklyn, Anthony Sharp, Simon Merrick, Derek Royle, etc. Directed by Wallace Douglas.
90 She's My Baby : "A New Musical Farce Comedy" by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby (Portrayed by Fred Astaire and Red Skelton in the 1950 biopic, "Three Little Words"). Music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Lorenz Hart (Portrayed by Tom Drake and Mickey Rooney in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Produced by Charles Dillingham at the Globe Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring Beatrice Lillie, Pearl Eaton, Nick Long, Jr., Joan Clement, William Frawley, Clifton Webb, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Jack Whiting, Irene Dunne, Frank Doane, etc. Directed Edward Royce. Songs include: "This Goes Up," "You're What I Need," "Try Again Tomorrow," "Here She Comes," "Smart People," etc.
90 Shield Head : "The New Play from Iceland" by Jonas Arnason. Produced by the Midland Community Theatre (Midland, TX - 1977) starring Charles Dixon, Randy Hicks, Jim Salners, Rhonda Hicks, etc. Directed by Art Cole.
90 Shinbone Alley : "A New Musical" by Joe Darion and Mel Brooks (Based on the "archy and mehitabel" stories by Don Marquis). Music by George Kleinsinger. Lyrics by Joe Darion. Produced by Peter Lawrence at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - 1957) starring Eartha Kitt, Eddie Bracken, Ross Martin (Co -star of television's "The Wild, Wild West"), Erik Rhodes, Jacques D' Amboise, George S. Irving, Lillina Hayman (Co-star of television's "The Leslie Uggams Show"), Cathryn Damon, Bruce MacKay, etc. Choreographed by Rod Alexander. Songs include: "What Do We Care?," "Queer Little Insect," "True Romance," "Come to Mee-ow," "Suicide Song," "A Woman Wouldn't Be a Woman," "Way Down Blues," "Toujours Gai," etc.
90 Shining Hour, The : "A New Play" by Keith Winter. Various productions (1934 - 55) starring Cyril Raymond, Derek Williams, Gladys Cooper, Raymond Massey, Leona Roberts, Ruth Hammond, Whitner (Whit) Bissell, Humphrey Bogart, Edith Barrett, Dorothy Vickery, Pinkie Burton, June Martel, Ellen Love, Mary Hone, Margalo Gillmore, Rollo Peters, Conrad Nagel, Katherine Lowry, Adrianne Allen, etc. Originally produced in London (1934) by Gladys Cooper and Raymond Massey and directed by Raymond Massey. Originally produced on Broadway (1934) by Max Gordon and directed by Raymond Massey.
90 Ship Ahoy! : "Farcical Nautical Play" with book and lyrics by H. Grattan Donnelly. Music by Fred Miller, Jr. Produced at the Park Theatre (Boston - 1891) starring Edward M. Favor, Edward Webb, Eddy Readway, Paul Lewis, Dora Webb, Addie Cora Reed, Jessie Giles, etc. Directed by Frank Blair.
90 Shirley Kaye : "A Comedy of To-Day" by Hulbert Footner. Produced by Klaw and Erlanger at various theatres (1916 - 17) starring Elsie Ferguson, Lee Baker, William Holden (Not the film star), Kitty Brown, George Backus, etc. Directed by Edgar MacGregor.,
90 Shirley Valentine : Book by Willy Russell. Various productions (1989 - 91) starring Pauline Collins, Ellen Burstyn, Loretta Switt, etc. Originally produced by The Really Useful Theatre Company and Bob Swash and directed by Simon Callow.
90 Shiro : Book lyrics and direction by Yutaka Higashi. Music by Takashi Yoshimatsu. Produced by The Tokyo Kid Brothers at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (Washington, DC - 1982) starring Kyohei Shibata, Kazutaka Kojo, Naoko Tsubota, etc. Choreographed by Tamae Sha.
90 Shlemiel the First : Book by Robert Brustein (Based on the play by Isaac Bashevis Singer). Lyrics by Arnold Weinstein. Music by Hankus Netsky. Produced at the New York University - Jack H. Skirball Center for the Performing Arts (NYC - 2011) starring Amy Warren, Michael Iannucci, Kristine Zbornik, Darryl Winslow, Jesse Means, David Skeist, Bob Ader, Jeff Brooks, etc. Directed and choreographed by David Gordon. Songs include: "Wake-Up Song," "We're Taking Chelm," "Yenta's Blintzes," "Beadle With a Dreydl," "My One and Only Shlemiel," "Meshuguh," "The Screen Song," "Matters of the Heart," etc.
90 Shockheaded Peter : Book and by Julian Bleach, Anthony Cairns, Julian Crouch, Graeme Gilmour, Tamzin Griffin, Jo Pocock, Phelim McDermott, Michael Morris and the Tiger Lillies (Martin Jacques, Adrian Huge and Adrian Stout). Music by Martin Jacques. Lyrics adapted from Heinrich Hoffmann by Martin Jacques. Performed by The Tiger Lillies. Directed by Julian Crouch and Phelim McDermott. Produced by Cultural Industry at the Little Shubert Theatre (NYC - 2005) starring Julian Bleach, Anthony Cairns, Luther Creek, Tamzin Griffin, Ewan Hunter, Paul Kandel, Rebekah Wild, Fred Berman, Ritt Henn, Kevin Townley and Josie Whittlesey. Songs include: "The Struwwelpeter Overture," "Augustus and the Soup," "The Story of Cruel Frederick," "Snip Snip," "Bully Boys," "Fidgety Phil," "Flying Robert, " "Shockheaded Peter," etc.
90 Shoemaker's Holiday, The : Book by Thomas Dekker. Various productions (1937 - 81) starring George Coulouris, Joseph Cotton, Vincent Price, Whitford Kane, Norman Lloyd, Elliott Reid, Edith Barrett, Ruth Ford, Perry King, Joe Fuchs, Portia Patterson, Edward Binns, Adolph Caesar, Len Carious, Michael Moriarty, Richard Ramos, Gale Sondergaard, Glynn Turman, Lee Richardson, Norman Rossington, Alan Dobie, Eric Porter, Daniel Thorndike, Richard Coe, Andrew Cruickshank, Nicholas Selby, Norman Rutherford, Alfred Lynch, John Normington, John Salthouse, Peggy Marshall, Marc Brenner, etc. Originally produced (1937) by The Mercury Theatre and directed by Orson Welles.
90 Shoemaker's Prodigious Wife, The : "A Violent Farce" by Federico Garcia Lorca. Produced by the Studio 7 Provincetown Playhouse at the Light Opera Theatre (NYC - 1949) starring William Myers, Brenda Ericson, Marilyn Widman, Lilyan Blum, Lynn Rogers, Richard Tashman, etc. Directed by John Stix.
90 Shoestring '57 : ort "Ben Bagley's Shoestring ' 57" with sketches by Arthur MacRae, Tom Jones, Herb Hartig, Lee Adams, etc. Music by Moose Charlip, Philip Springer, Charles Strouse, David Baker, etc. Lyrics by Paul Rosner, Mike Stewart, Carolyn Leigh, Harvey Schmidt, G. Wood and Norman Gimbel. Produced by Ben Bagley in association with Edwin H. Morris at the Barbizon Plaza Theatre (NYC - 1957) starring Dody Goodman, Paul Mazursky, Dorothy Greener,, Fay De Witt, Ken Harvey, Mary Ellen Terry, etc. Directed by Paul Lammers. Choreographed by Danny Daniels. Songs include: "What's a Show," "Queen of Spain," "The Wild Blue," "Love is a Feeling," "The Rochelle Hudson Tango," "Creepytime Down South," "Don't Say You Like Tchaikowsky," "Lament on Fifth Avenue," etc.
90 Shoestring Revue : Book (Sketches) by Mike Stewart, Sheldon Harnick and Richard F. Maury. Music by Arthur Siegel, Charles Strouse and Ken Welch. Lyrics by Bud McCreery, Mike Stewart and Ronny Graham (Television's "Mr. Dirt"). Produced by Ben Bagley in association with Mr. and Mrs. Judson S. Todd at the President Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Dorothy Greener, Arte Johnson (Television's "Laugh In"), Beatrice Arthur (Television's "Maude"), Peter Conlow, Maxwell Grant, Dody Goodman, Joan Bowman, etc. Directed by Christopher Hewett (Television's "Mr. Belvedere"). Choreographed by Dania Krupska. Songs include: "Man's Inhumanity," "Hamlet, Prince of Skaters," "Someone is Sending Me Flowers," Medea in Disneyland," "The Sea is All Around Us," "Fresh and Young," etc.
90 Shogun : "The Musical" with book and lyrics by John Driver. Music by Paul Chihara. Produced by James Clavell, Joseph Harris and Hauki Kadakawa at various theatres (1990) starring June Angela, Philip Casnoff, Francis Ruivivar, Eric Chan, Jason Me, Jenny Woo, John Herrera, Peter Karrie, etc. Directed and choreographed by Michael Smuin. Songs include: "Karma," "This is Samurai," "Shogun," "Impossible Eyes," "Born to Be Together," "Fireflies," "Pillowing," "One Candle," etc.
90 Sho-Gun, The : "A Korean Comic Opera" by George Ade. Music by Gustav Luders. Produced by Henry W. Savage at various theatres (1905) starring John E. Henshaw, E.P. Parsons, Lyman Wheeler, Whitlock Davis, Cora Spicer, etc. Directed by George W. Marion. Songs include: "Little Mo Zoo May," "Life All Free From Care," "Flutter Little Bird," "The Irrepressible Yank," "Wistaria, etc.
90 Sholem Aleicham, Perez! : "Peace Be Unto You, Perez" by Sholom Aleicham and Yitzchak Leib Perez (Selections from "The Inheritors" by Sholem Aleichem and "The Cabalists" and The Little Boy's Secret" by Yitzchak L. Perez). Produced at the Hollywood Center Theatre (CA - No date) starring Zachary Berger and Beaumont Bruestle. Directed by John Angelo.
90 Shoot The Works : "A New Revue" by Nunally Johnson, Heywood Broun, Peter Arno, E.B. White, Sig Herzig, Milton Lazarus, Jack Hazzard and Edward J. MacNamara. Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin, Michael H. Cleary, Max and Nathaniel Lief, Philip Charig, Jay Gorney and E.Y. Harburg, Dorothy Fields and Jimmy McHugh, Ira Gershwin (Portrrayed by Herbert Rudley in the 1945 biopic, "Rhapsody in Blue"), Vernon Duke, Alexander Williams and Herbert Goode, Ann Ronell, Joseph Meyer, Leo Robin, Robert Stolz, Walter Reisch and A. Robinson. Produced by Heywood Broun (Father Heywood Hale Broun) in association with Milton Raison at the George M. Cohan Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Heywood Broun, Johnny Boyle, George Murphy (Future U.S.Senator from California), Imogene Coca ("Your Show of Shows"), Al Gold, Julie Johnson, Lee Brody, Percy Helton, Al Bloom, Bobby Gillette, Jerry Downs, etc. Directed by Ted Hammerstein. Choreographed by Johnny Boyle. Songs include: "How's Your Uncle," "Doorstep Baby," "Let's Get Out in the Open Air," "Pie in the Sky," "Muchacha," "Hot Moonlight," "The First Lady of the Land," "My Heart's a Banjo," etc.
90 Shootin' Star : "The Musical Story of Billy the Kid" by Walter Hart, Lewis Jacobs and Halsted Welles. Music by Sol Kaplan. Lyrics by Bob Russell. Produced by Max Liebman (Television's "Your Show of Shows") and Joseph Kipness at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1946) starring David Brooks (As "Billy the Kid") Howard da Silva, Bernice Parks, Susan Reed, Art Smith, Margaret Irving, Edward Andrews, Doretta Morrow, Rex King, etc. Directed by Halsted Welles. Choreographed by Lester Horton. Songs include: "Saga of Billy the Kid," "Footloose," "Mighty Big Dream," "He'll Make Some Girl a Wonderful Husband," "Music to a Dancing Bird," "Chin-Che," etc.
90 Shooting The Chutes : "Newest Farce" by George H. Emerick. Produced at the Metropolis Theatre (NYC - 1900) starring Charles A. Murray and Olie Mack ("The Famous Irish Comedians"), Leo Hardem, Pete Curley, Kittie Beck, Maryland Tyson, Jessie Sharp, Nellie Verna, etc.
90 Shop At Sly Corner, The : Book by Edward Percy. Produced by Gant Gaither at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1949) starring Boris Karloff, Una O' Connor, Ethel Griffies, Reginald Mason, Emmett Rogers, etc. Directed by Margaret Perry.
90 Shop Girl, The : "A Musical Farce" by H.J.Dam. Music by Ivan Caryll. Additional numbers by Adrian Ross and Lionel Monckton. Produced by the George Edwardes' Burlesque Company from the Gaiety Theatre, London at the Hollis Street Theatre (Boston - 1896) starring W.H. Rawlins, Harry Grattan, George Honey, Violet Lloyd, Annie Albu, Connie Ediss, etc.
90 Shopping! : "The Musical" ("A New Revue") by Morris Bobrow. Produced at the Shelton Theatre (San Francisco - No date).
90 Shore Acres : "Beautiful Play of American Home Life" by Nathaniel Berry. Produced at various theatres (1893 - 98) starring James H. Herne, Alden Bass, Tommy Ince, Robert Fischer, James Duffy, Grace Gayler Clark, Helen Goold, Belle Theodore, James Burrows, Lillian Gentle, etc. Directed by Henry C. Miner.
90 Shore Leave : "A Sea-Goin' Comedy" by Hubert Osborne. Produced by David Belasco at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1922) starring Frances Starr, James Rennie, Reginald Barlow, Stanley Jessup, Jose Torres, Nick Long, Marjorie Booth, etc.
90 Short Cuts To Shakespeare And Elsewhere : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare - Theatrical Tributes"
90 Short Eyes : Book by Miguel Pinero. Various productions (1974) starring Hollis Barnes, Eduardo Figueroa, Tito Goya, Ben Jefferson, J.J. Johnson, Rick Reid, Felipe Torres, etc. Directed by Marvin Felix Camillo. Originally produced by Joseph Papp and the New York Shakespeare Festival.
90 Short Happy Life, A : See - Ernest Hemingway's "A Short Happy Life"
90 Shot In The Dark, A : "A New Comedy" by Harry Kurnitz (Adapted from the play by Marcel Achard). Various productions (1961 - 74) starring Julie Harris, William Shatner, Gene Saks (Husband of Beatrice Arthur), Walter Matthau, Hugh Franklin, Deana Martin (Daughter of Dean Martin), Charles Dixon, John Chain, Jesse Villegas, Ray Harrington, Gayle Stamos, Fritz Weaver, Louise Troy, Donald Cook, Richard W. Lewis, Helen Merrill, Elizabeth Seal, Zack Matalon, Rene Paul, etc. Originally produced (1961) by Leland Hayward (Husband of Margaret Sullavan, Pamela Harriman, etc.) and directed by Harold Clurman (Husband of Stella Adler).
90 Show Boat (2 Folders) : "An All-American Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Music by Jerome Kern (Portrayed by Robert Walker in the 1945 biopic, "Till the Clouds Roll By"). Various productions (1928 - 2001) starring Charles Winninger, Edna May Oliver, Eva Puck, Sammy White, Helen Morgan (Portrayed by Polly Bergan on television and Ann Blyth on film), Howard Marsh, Aunt Jemima (Tess Gardell), Jack Wynn, Norma Terris, Helen Chandler, Ruth Kobart, Bonnie Heller, Arthur Maxwell, Jet McDonald, Sam Kressen, Pearl Primus, Milton Trexler, Sally Rowland, Arthur Godfrey, Mary Wickes, Ed Pierson, Theresa Merritt, Pat O' Brien, Eddie Foy, Jr. ("The Seven Little Foys"), Eileen Christy, John Tyers, Robert Mosley, Virginia Capers, Benny Baker, Scott Moore, Helen Raymond, Andy Devine, Nolan Van Way, Judith McCauley, Richard Wentworth, Dean Jones, Cloris Leachman, Gay Willis, Anita Gillette, Hal Le Roy, Paul Hartman (Most famous as "Emmett the Fix-It Man" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Mayberry RFD"), William Smith, Joe E. Brown, Julie Wilson, Ruta Lee, Jo Sullivan (Wife of Frank Loesser,), Jane Kean (Television's The (Color) Honeymooners"), Robert Rounseville, Carol Brice, Danny Scholl, Lee Remick, Carol Bruce, Brock Peters, Cleo Laine, Andre Jobin, Kenneth Nelson, Derek Royle, Elaine Stritch, Mark Daly, Pat Taylor, Tom Bosley, Karen Morrow (Co-star of television's "The Jim Nabors Hour"), Kirby Ward, Don Ameche, Dick Walsh, Jack Albertson, Evelyn Wyckoff, John McMartin, Rebecca Luker, Mark Jacoby, Lonette McKee, Donald O' Connor, Ron Raines, Paul Keith, Paige O' Hara, Avril Gentles, Leonard Hayward, Teresa Celli, Lawrence Brooks, Colin Clive, Alberta Hunter, Viola Compton, Cedric Hardwick, Paul Robeson, Richard Wentworth, Will B. Able, Lulu Bates, Dixie Lee, Rob Richardson, Lisa Kassay, Barbara Cook, Constance Towers, Stephen Douglas, David Wayne, William Warfield, Margaret Hamilton (Most famous as "The Wicked Witch of the West" in the film, "The Wizard of Oz"), Eddie Phillips, Allyn Ann McLerie, Garrett Morris (Original member of "The Not Ready for Prime-Time Players" on "Saturday Night Live"), Norwood Smith, Robert Fleming, Helen Dowdy, Buddy Ebsen, Max Showalter, Michel Bell, Dennis King, Emma Veary, Tom Kealiinohomoku, Floyd Nowell, Bette Midler, Tom Kartak, Dolores George, Ezra Stone (Most famous as "Henry Aldrich" on radio), Alan Gilbert, Sara Seegar, David Canary, George Spellman, Marion Marlowe ("The Arthur Godfrey Show"), Harry Goz, Juanita Hall, etc. Originally produced (1928) by Florenz Ziegfeld, directed by Joseph Urban and Zeke Colvan and choreographed by Sammy Lee. Songs include: "Cotton Blossom," "Make Believe," Old Man River," "Can't Help Lovin' That Man," "Life Upon the Wicked Stage," "You Are Love," "Why Do I Love You?," "Bill," "I Might Fall Back on You," etc.
90 Show Business : Book, music and lyrics by Charles Gaynor. Produced by Charles Lowe (Husband of Carol Channing) at various theatres (1961) starring Carol Channing, Wally Griffin, etc. Choreographed by Tom Hansen. See, also, "Show Girl" (Same show).
90 Show Girl (By C. Gaynor) : "A New Revue" with sketches, music and lyrics by Charles Gaynor. Additional sketches by Ernest Chambers. Produced by Oliver Smith, James A. Doolittle ("Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo") and Charles Lowe (Husband of Carol Channing) at various theatres (1960 - 61) starring Carol Channing, Jules Munshin, Les Quat' Jeudis, etc. Directed by Charles Gaynor and Oliver Smith. Choreographed by Richard D' Arcy. Songs include: "The Girl in the Show," "Calypso Pete," "The Girl Who Lived in Montparnasse," "In Our Teeny Little Weeny Nest for Two," "The Yahoo Step," "The Story of Marie," etc. See, also, ""Show Business" (Same show).
90 Show Girl (By W. A. McGuire) : Book by William Anthony McGuire (Based on the novel by J.P. McEvoy). 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") and Gus Kahn (Portrayed by Danny Thomas in the 1951 biopic, "I'll See You in My Dreams"). Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld (Portrayed by William Powell in the 1936 biopic, "The Great Ziegfeld") at the Colonial Theatre (Boston - 1929) starring Jimmy Durante, Ruby Keeler (Portrayed by Evelyn Keyes - as "Julie Benson" - in the 1946 biopic, "The Jolson Story"), Harriet Hoctor, Calvin Thomas, Lou Clayton, Eddie Jackson, Frank McHugh, Eddie Foy, Jr. ("The Seven Little Foys"), etc. Directed by Joseph Urban. Choreographed by Bobby Connolly and Albertina Rasch. Songs include: "My Sunday Fella," "How Could I Forget," "Can Broadway Do Without Me". "Feeling Sentimental," "Jimmie, The Well-Dressed Man," "Harlem Serenade," "Home Blues," "American in Paris - Blues Ballet," "Broadway My Street," "I Ups to Him," "Follow the Minstrel Band," Liza," etc.
90 Show Girl, The : or "The Cap of Fortune" by R. A. Barnet. Music by H.L. Heartz and E.W. Corliss. Lyrics by D.K. Stevens. Produced by Edward E. Rice at various theatres (c. 1902) starring John Ford, Herman Noble, Ray Montgomery, Margaret Knight, Viola Clayton, Ada St. Clair, Dolly Shilton, Sid H. Forrester, Bert Wainwright, Frank Lalor, Earl Carter, Bessie De Voie, etc. Songs include: "Oh, Shrine of Psyche," "We Are Trying to Support Our Only Mother," "The Family Ghost," "Where Jasmine Flowers Are Twining," "Lovers' Lane," "In Gay Japan," etc.
90 Show Is On, The : "Vincente Minnelli's New Musical" with sketches by David Freedman and Moss Hart (Portrayed by George Hamilton in the 1963 biopic, "Act One"). Music and lyrics by Vernon Duke, Ted Fetter, Carmichael and Adams, Dietz and Schwartz, George and Ira Gershwin, Harburg and Arlen, Herman Hupfeld, Irwin and Zeno and Rodgers and Hart. Produced by the Messrs.Shubert at the Winter Garden (NYC - 1936) starring Beatrice Lillie, Bert Lahr, Reginald Gardiner, Mitzi Mayfair, Paul Haakon, Gracie Barrie, Charles Walters, Vera Allen, Jack McCauley, etc. Directed by Vincente Minnelli and Edward Clarke Lilley. Choreographed by Robert Alton and Harry Losee. Songs include: "The Show is On," "Now," "Rhythm," "What Has He Got?," "Song of the Woodman," "Casanova," "Long As You've Got Your Health," "By Strauss". "Little Old lady," etc.
90 Show Of Wonders, The : "The Winter Garden's Most Stupendous Spectacular Extravaganza" with book and lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Music by Sigmund Romberg (Portrayed by Jose Ferrer in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart"), Otto Motzan and Herman Timberg. Produced at various theatres (1918) starring Marilynn Miller (Portrayed by Judy Garland in the 1945 biopic, "Till the Clouds Roll By" and by June Haver in the 1949 biopic, "Look for the Silver Lining"), Daisie Irving, George Baldwin, Eugene and Willie Howard ("The Howard Brothers"), Ernest Hare (Best known as one of the "Happiness Boys," with Billy Jones, on radio), Jimmie Fox, Flora Lea, Harry Wilcox, Lou Clayton, George Gloomy, etc. Directed by J.J. Shubert. Choreographed by Allen K. Foster. Songs include: "Back To Nature," "Wedding Bells," "When Pavlova Starts Buck and Winging," "Yiddisha Butterfly," "Hickey Do," "Pajama Girlie," "Love is a Bubble". "Girl of the Square," "The Ghost of the Ukalele," etc.
90 Show-Off, The : "A Transcript of Life" by George Kelly (Uncle of Grace Kelly). Various productions (1924 - 92) starring Helen Lowell, Regina Wallace, Lee Tracy, Pat Carroll (Co-star of television's "Make Room for Daddy"), Boyd Gaines, Laura Esterman, Sophie Hayden, Richard Woods, Tim DeKay, Jane Hoffman, Michael Tezla, Carolyn Kirsch, Alexander Clark, Alan Fudge, Jame Greene, Helen Hayes, Jan Miner (Most famous as "Madge the Manicurist" in the Palmolive Detergent television commercials), Peter Vogt, Joe E. Brown, Ann Dere, Donald Symington, Kay Strozzi, Grace Fox, Frank Wilcox, Raymond Walburn, Jean Adair (Most famous for her role in "Arsenic and Old Lace" on stage and film), Frances McHugh (Frank McHugh), Carmen Mathews, Jane Seymour, Will Geer, Clara Blandick (Most famous as "Aunt Em" in the film, "The Wizard of Oz"), Jean Stapleton, John Putch (Son of William H. Putch and Jean Stapleton), Juliette Crosby, Ellen Tovatt, Betty Leighton, Heather MacDonald, William Newman, Joseph Costa, David Leary, Douglas Wing,etc. Originally produced (1924) by Stewart and French and directed by George Kelly.
90 Show Shop, The : "Something About the Stage" by James Forbes. Produced by Selwyn and Company at the Hudson Theatre (NYC - 1915) starring Douglas Fairbanks, Edna Aug, George Sidney, Ned A. Sparks (Ned Sparks), Olive May, Patricia Collinge, Sam Coit, etc.
90 Show Time : "A Variety Show" produced by Fred F. Finklehoffe at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1942) starring George Jessel, Jack Haley, Ella Logan, The Berry Brothers, Bob Williams, Olsen and Shirley, The DeMarcos, Lucille Norman, Con Colleano, etc.
91 Shrew - The Musical : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection - See "Shakespeare - Modern Adaptations"
91 Shrike, The : "The Pulitzer Prize Play for 1952" by Joseph Kramm. Various productions (1952 -60) starring Jose Ferrer, Judith Evelyn, Philip Huston, Kendall Clark, Donald Foster, Constance Cummings, Sam Wanamaker, Donald Pleshette, Barbara Byrd, Byron Small, Ray Daniels, Seth Folsom, Paxton Moore, Patricia Bertucci, Will Lee, Van Heflin, Si (Simon) Oakland, etc. Originally produced (1952) and directed by Jose Ferrer.
91 Shuffle Along : "A Musical Melange" by Flourney Miller and Paul Gerard Smith. Music by Eubie Blake. Lyrics by Noble Sissle. Various productions (1921 - 52) starring Eubie Blake, Lottie Gee, Edith Spencer, Noble Sissle, Josephine Baker, Flourney Miller, Delores Martin, Avon Long, Thelma Carpenter, etc. Originally directed by Walter Brooks and choreographed by Lawrence Deas. The 1952 edition produced by Irving Gaumont in association with Grace Rosenfield, directed by Paul Gerard Smith and choreographed by Henry Le Tang. Songs included: "Simply Full of Jazz," "Love Will Find a Way', "Bandana Days," "Honeysuckle Time," "I'm Just Wild About Harry," "Sing Me To Sleep, Dear Mammy," "If You Haven't Been Vamped By a Brown Skin, You Haven't Been Vamped," "African Dip," "Oriental Blues," etc.
91 Shut Your Eyes : "A New Comedy" by John Chapman and Anthony Marriott. Produced by John Gale at the Apollo Theatre (London - 1977) starring Donald Sinden, Peter Bland, Willoughby Goddard, Jan Holden, Patsy Rowlands and Frank Thornton. Directed by Patrick Garland. Billed with "Think of England" by John Chapman and Anthony Marriott.
91 Si Perkins : "Great Domestic Play" by Frank Jones. Produced at various theatres (No date) starring Frank Jones, Alice Montague, William Blaisdell, Kate Mallon, Clara Tilton, etc.
91 Si Plunkard : "The Greatest Yankee Comedy-Drama" produced at various theatres (c. 1888) starring J.C. Lewis ("The President of All Yankee Comedians"), Samuel C. Young, Rose Barnard, Dollie Lewis, Harry H. Foster, "The Greatest Country Band Parade and Best Orchestra on the Road," etc. "Don't Fail to See Si's Threshing Machine in Full Operation!".
91 Siberia : "A Romantic Play" by Bartley Campbell. Various productions (1885 - 87) starring Atkins Lawrence, Lawrence Eddinger, Hardie Vernon, Vining Wood, Forrest Robinson, Elsie Gerome, etc.
91 Sick-A-Bed : "The New Farcical Comedy" by Ethel Watts Mumford. Produced by Klaw and Erlanger at the New National Theatre (Washington, DC - 1918) starring Mary Newcombe, Alfred Helton, David Burton, Mary Boland, George Parsons (Specially engaged), etc. Directed by Edgar MacGregor.
91 Side By Side By Sondheim : "An Exciting Musical Entertainment" with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and music by Leonard Bernstein, Mary Rodgers (Daughter of Richard Rodgers), Richard Rodgers and Jules Styne. Various productions (1976 - 87) starring Millicent Martin, Julie McKenzie, David Kernan, Ned Sherrin, Nancy Dussault, Larry Kert, Georgia Brown, Hermione Gingold, Burr Tillstrom (With puppets, "Kukla and Ollie"), Carol Swarbrick, David Chaney, Bonnie Schon, Cyril Ritchard, Eric Flynn, Jill Martin, Sally Smith, Barry Justice, Hali Burton, Linda Hart, Leslie Jon, J.R. McCloskey, John O' Hurley, David Carroll, Rita Gardner, Helen Schneider, Salome Martinez, Derrik Lewis, Jacki McCarty, David Gaines, Randee F. Godofsky, Mark Huffman, John Martin, Valerie A. Jahn, Celeste A. Siblesz, Kevin Bogan, Maggie Fitzgibbon, Gay Soper, David Firth, Robin Ray, etc. Originally produced (1976) by H.M. Tennent, Cameron MacKintosh and directed by Ned Sherrin. Songs include; "Comedy Tonight," "Another Hundred People," "Broadway Baby," "Send in the Clowns," "Losing My Mind," "I'm Still Here," "Side by Side by Side," etc.
91 Side Show : Book and lyrics by Bill Russell. Music by Henry Krieger. Produced by Emanuel Azenberg, Joseph Nederlander, Herschel Waxman, Janice McKenna and Scott Nederlander at the Richard Rodgers Theatre (NYC - 1997) starring Alice Ripley, Emily Skinner, Jeff McCarthy, Norm Lewis, Barry Finkel, etc. Directed and choreographed by Robert Longbottom. Songs include; "Come Look at the Freaks," "Like Everybody Else," "Feelings You've Got To Hide," "Overnight Sensation," "You Should Be Loved," "Tunnel of Love," "I Will Never Leave You," etc.
91 Side Show, The : "Latest Comedy Success" by James B. Mackie. Produced at Niblo's Theatre (NYC - 1894) starring James B. Mackie, Louise Sanford, George H. Turner, Tony Kennedy, Waldo Whipple, Kittie Gilmore, etc.
91 Side Tracked : "The Big Realistic Comedy" produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1896) starring E.H. O' Connor, James Wall, Osborne Searll, Frank Pool, Daisy Chaplin, Amy Paige, etc.
91 Sidewalks Of New York, The : Book by Scott Marble. Produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, Ny - 1896) starring Albert Blair, Barry Johnstone, Archie Allen, Kearney P. Speedy., John Daugherty, etc.
91 Siegfried (By J. Giraudoux) : Book by Jean Giraudoux (Translated by Philip Carr). Produced by Eva Le Gallienne and the Civic Repertory Theatre at the 14th Street Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Eva Le Gallienne, Jacob Ben-Ami, Arnold Moss, Walter Beck, Herbert Shapiro, Burgess Meredith, J. Edward Bromberg, Howard da Silva, etc. Directed by Eva Le Gallienne. Scenery and costumes by Aline Bernstein and Irene Sharaff.
91 Sign In Sidney Brustein's Window, The : Book by Lorraine Hansberry (Adapted by Robert Nemiroff and Charlotte Zaltzburg). Various productions (1964 - 72) starring Rita Moreno, Gabriel Dell (A member of the original "Dead End Kids" on stage and film), John Alderman, Dolph Sweet (Television's "Gimme A Break"), Frank Schofield, Alice Ghostley, Hal Linden, Zohra Lampert, William Atherton, Kelly Wood, Mason Adams, Ann Wedgeworth, John Cazale, the voice of Joan Baez, etc. Originally produced (1964) by Burt C. D' Lugoff, Robert Nemiroff and J.I. Jahre and directed by Peter Kass.
91 Sign Of Affection, A : "The New Romantic Comedy" by Carolyn Green. Produced by Gayle Stine at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1965) starring John Payne, Nan Martin and Lesley Ann Warren. Directed by Ron Winston.
91 Sign Of The Cross, The : "A Drama" by Wilson Barrett. Various productions (c. 1896) starring Wilson Barrett, Franklyn McLeay, Charles Hudson, Coronna Riccardo, Laura Johnson, Bessie Elma, Charles Dalton, G.R. Peach, Hubert Druce, Marion Grey, Basil Gill, Irene Rooke, etc.
91 Sign Of The Four, The : "A Dramatization" by Charles P. Rice (Adapted from the work of Arthur Conan Doyle). Produced at the Bijou Theatre (Boston - 1906) starring Colin Craig. Directed by Alfred Smith.
91 Sign Of The Lizard : Book by Louis Lippa. Produced by The People's Light and Theatre Company, Malvern, Pennsylvania (1994) starring Robin Atkin Downes, Benjamin Brown, Debora Cahn, Alda Cortese, Leonard Haas, David Ingram, George Miller, Mets J. Suber, Tom Teti, etc. Directed by Ken Marini. Music by John Lilley. Choreographed by Julia Lopez.
91 Sign Of The Rose, The : Book by George Beban (Founded upon his one-act play). Produced by Klaw and Erlanger at the Olympic Theatre (St. Louis - 1911) starring George Beban, Lillian Hathway, Marie Pavey, Philip Perry, Henry Powers, Ittie Ash, etc. Directed by T. Hayes Hunter.
91 Sign On The Door, The : "New Play" Channing Pollock. Various productions (1921 - 28) starring Marjorie Rambeau, Harold Salter, Jules Ferrar, Charles Mather, Lee Baker, George Roberts, Roy Walling, Gladys Cooper, Leslie Faber, Mary Newcombe, Franklyn Fox, Don Beddoe, James McHugh, etc.
91 Signor Chicago : "A New Play" by Edward Chodorov (Based on a Granville-Barker version of a play by the Quinteros'). Produced by Joseph M. Hyman at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1949) starring Edith King, Joe E. Marks, Enid Pulver, Alfred Ryder, Richard Bengali, Guy Kibbee, etc. Directed by John Burrell.
91 Signs Along The Cynic Route : Book (Sketches) by Will Holt and Dolly Jonah. Music and lyrics by Will Holt. Produced at the Actors Playhouse (NYC - No date ) starring Will Holt, Dolly Jonah and Robert Barend. Directed by Walt Witcover. Songs include: "Second Glances," "Modern Housing," "The Rise and Fall of the City of Movieville," "Four More Shopping Days," "The Blonde's Song," "Tin Can Incantation," etc.
91 Signs Of The Times : "A New Comedy'" by Jeremy Kingston. Produced by John Gale and Allan Davis at the Vaudeville Theatre (London - 1973) starring Kenneth More, Dennis Ramsden, Sandra Duncan, Liza Goddard, Joan Sterndale Bennett and Norman Beaton. Directed by Allan Davis.
91 Silence : "The Outstanding Melodramatic Success of the Decade" by Max Marcin. Various productions (1924 - 26) starring H.B. Warner (Most famous as "Jesus Christ" in the silent film classic, "The King of Kings" and as "Mr. Gower" in the film, "It's a Wonderful Life"), Jack Bennett, Noel Connors, John Stokes, Clare Weldon, Elsie Cabot, Granville Bates, Grant Mills, John Lyons, Raymond Hatton, Frank Lyon, Lester Paul, Eric Clavering, Frank Wilcox, Kay Strozzi, etc. Originally produced (1925) by Crosby Gaige and directed by Max Marcin.
91 Silent Fantasies : Produced by The Hudson Street Studio at The Open Eye (NYC - 1978) starring Vivian Belmont ("A Mime from France") and Mark Stolzenberg ("A Clown from Brooklyn").
91 Silent House, The : "A Melodrama" by John G. Brandon and George Pickett. Produced by Lee Shubert at various theatres (1928) starring Helen Chandler, Howard Lang, Charles McNaughton, Luis Alberni, Stanley Harrison, Allen Atwell, Arthur Treacher, Vernon Kelso, Preston Foster, Harry Sothern, etc. Directed by Carl Hunt.
91 Silent Night, Lonely Night : "A New Play" by Robert Anderson. Various productions (1959 - 60) starring Henry Fonda, Barbara Bel Geddes, Lois Nettleton, Bill Berger, Eda Heinemann, Peter De Vise, Doris Hackney, Arden Camphire, William Ross, Gretchen Evans, Don Anderson and Jack La Pietra. Originally produced (1959) by the Playwrights' Company and directed by Peter Glenville.
91 Silent Partner, The : "Strikingly Original in Plot and Situation" by Herbert Hall Winslow. Produced at Heuck's Opera House (No location or date listed ) starring J.B. Polk ("The Representative American Eccentric Comedian"). "The Famous Edison Phonograph is used on the stage and is an important factor in the development of the plot."
91 Silent Vengeance, A : "The New and Original Drama" by Harry Grattan. Produced at the Theatre Metropole (London - c. 1901) starring Arthur Cottenham, Charles Terry, Charles Levey, Roy Cushing, Henry Wood, Eva Dare, Honor Moore, etc. Directed by Herbert Kinsley.
91 Silent Voice, The : Book by Jules Eckert Goodman (Founded on a story by Gouverneur Morris). Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1914) starring Otis Skinner (Portrayed by Charles Ruggles in the film, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay"), Eugenie Woodward, Owen Meech, Florence Fisher, Harry Sothern, etc.
91 Silent Witness, The : "A New Play" by Jack De Leon and Jack Celestin. Various productions (c. 1931) starring Lionel Atwill, Anthony Kemble Cooper, Kay Strozzi, Herbert Standing, Fortunio Bonanova, Daniel Roe, Margery Binner, Robert Harris, etc. Various productions directed by Reginald Bach and Harry Wagstaff Gribble.
91 Silent Woman, The : Book by Ben Jonson. Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - 1959) starring J. Cairncross, P. Bowles, Leonard Rossiter (Star of television's "The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin"), C. Grenville, etc. Directed by J. Hale.
91 Silk Stockings : "The New Musical Comedy" by George S. Kaufman, Leueen MacGrath and Abe Burrows (Suggested by "Ninotchka" by Melchior Lengyel). Music and lyrics by Cole Porter (Portrayed by Cary Grant in the 1945 biopic, "Night and Day," by Ron Randell in the 1953 film "Kiss Me Kate" and by Kevin Kline in the 2004 biopic, "De-Lovely".). Various productions (1956 - 58) starring Hildegarde Neff, Don Ameche, Gretchen Wyler, George Tobias, Leon Belasco, David Opatoshu, Philip Sterling, Julie Newmar (The original "Catwoman" on television's "Batman," etc.), Paul Best, Dolores Gray, Norwood Smith, Jacquline James, Leon Janney, Harry Goz, Lawrence Brooks, Earl Wrightson, Sheila Bond, Jan Sherwood, Rae Allen, Jerry Wayne, Virginia Martin, Susan Watson, Richard Gingrich, etc. Originally produced (1956) by Feuer And Martin, directed by Cy Feuer and choreographed by Eugene Loring. Songs include: "Too Bad," "Paris Loves Lovers," "Stereophonic Sound," "All of You," "Josephine," "Siberia," "The Red Blues," etc.
91 Silver Box, The : "An Original Play" by John Galsworthy. Various productions (c. 1928) starring James Hearn, Cecil Rose, A.E. Matthews, Trevor Lowe, Edmund Gwenn (Most famous as "Kris Kringle" in the film "Miracle on 34th Street"), Mary Hamilton, Halliwell Hobbes, Isobel Elsom, Charles Hampden, Frank Darch, Percy Foster, etc.
91 Silver Cord, The : "A Comedy" by Sidney Howard. Various productions (1926 - 48) starring Margalo Gillmore, Elliot Cabot, Earle Larimore, Laura Hope Crews (Most famous as "Aunt Pittypat" in the film, "Gone With The Wind"), Barbara Bruce, Helen Chandler, Gavin Muir, Peggy Menefee, Jona Clarke, Hortense Alden, George Gaul, Fredric March, Florence Eldridge (Wife of Fredric March), Jene Jones, Carleton Brower, etc. Originally produced (1926) by the Theatre Guild and directed by John Cromwell (Father of James Cromwell).
91 Silver Demon, The : "The New Pantomimic Burlesque Extravaganza" produced by James Barnes at Wood's Museum (NYC - 1872) starring Liza Weber, Pauline Markham, Theresa Wood, Harry Stewart, Aggie Wood, etc.
91 Silver King, The : "The Greatest of All Modern Plays" by Henry Arthur Jones and Henry Herman. Various productions (c. 1904) starring T.J. Quinn, Minnie De Lange, Katie Deane, Alma Deane, Florence Lytelle, Maurice Freeman, Robert Lowe, Hugh Gibson, Wilson Day, Lizzie Montgomery, Carl Harwin, Frances R. Harwin, Jerry Hunt, Ethel Greybrooke, Lilly Adams, Robert Irving, Rose Adams, Hallett Thompson, Claude Brooke, etc.
91 Silver Lining, The : "The New Comedy" produced at the Adelphi Theatre (Boston - No date) starring James F. Cathcart, George Parkes, A.D. Billings, Alice Dunning, Lillie Hall, etc. Billed with "Kenilworth".
91 Silver Shell, The : Produced by Daniel Frohman at the Star Theatre (NYC - 1893) starring Mr. and Mrs. Kendal (William Hunter and Madge Kendal), Oscar Adye, Cecil M. York, James East, Howard Sturge, Annie Irish, Florence Bennett, etc. Directed by Daniel Frohman.
91 Silver Shield, The : "Three Act Comedy" by Sidney Grundy. Produced at the Madison Square Theatre (NYC - 1891) starring Rosina Vokes, Felix Morris, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Grant Stewart, etc.
91 Silver Slipper, The : "The Latest London Musical Success" by Owen Hall (adapted by Clay M. Greene). Music by Leslie Stuart. Lyrics by W.H. Risque. Produced by John C. Fisher at various theatres (1902 - 03) starring Sam Bernard, Snitz Edwards, Cyril Scott, Josie Sadler, Mackenzie Gordon, Helen Royton, Eleanor Kent, Thomas J. Keogh, Ben Lodge, etc. Directed by Cyril Scott.
91 Silver Spoon, The : "The Famous Museum Specialty" by J.S. Jones. Produced at the Boston Museum (1868) starring W. Warren, F. McClannin, Harry B. Hudson, J.A. Smith, Walter Kelly, Blanche Vining, etc. Billed with "Always Intended!"
91 Silver Star, The : Book by Harry B. Smith. Produced by Klaw and Erlanger at various theatres (1909 - 10) starring Adeline Genee, George Bickel, Harry Watson II, Barney Bernard, O.C. Mack, F. Stanton Heck, etc. Directed by Herbert Gresham. Chorus by Julian Mitchell.
91 Silver Tassie, The : "A Tragi-Comedy" by Sean O' Casey (Portrayed by Rod Taylor in the 1966 film, "Young Cassidy"). Various productions (1929 - 2011) starring Sean Dillon, Emma Conrow, Kitty Collins, David Keating, John Ferris, Schuyler MacGuffin, Henri Beckman, Gene Dow, Nancy Stiber, Anne Meara (Of the comedy team, "Stiller and Meara". Wife of Jerry Stiller. Mother of Ben Stiller.), Jack Palance, David Waller, Patience Collier, Helen Mirren, Patrick Stewart, Ben Kingsley, Richard Moore, Eamon Morrissey, John Olohan, Clare Dunne, Marion O' Dwyer, Ruth Hegarty, Liam Carney, etc.
91 Silver Wedding, The : "A New Play of German-American Life" by Edward Locke. Produced by H.H. Frazee at the Sam S. Shubert Memorial Theatre (St. Louis - 1913) starring Thomas A. Wise, Richard Malchien, John McCowan, Robert Ames, Alice Gale, Edna Aug, Rose Bender, etc. Directed by Edward Locke.
91 Silver Whistle, The : Book by Robert E. McEnroe. Various productions (1948 - 73) starring Jose Ferrer, Eleanor Wilson, Robert Carroll, Edward Platt ("The Chief" on television's "Get Smart"), Burgess Meredith, Ruth McDevitt, Richard Taber, Jack Fletcher, Stanley Schneider, Cecil Wilson, Marion Hall, Flora Reeder, Patty McCormick, Forrest Tucker, Art Kassul, Vernon Schwartz, Sidney Bowhill, Florence Rowlands, Jo Laing, Kirk Brown, Isabel Price, Grant Sullivan, Carl Betz ("The Donna Reed Show," "Judd for the Defense," etc. on television), Caddell Burroughs, Earl F. Simmons, Jeanne Dixon, Dorothy Eaton, James Daly (Television's "Medical Center"), Harry Jennings, Arthur Smith, Henry Becker, Jerry Stiller (Of the comedy team, "Stiller and Meara". Husband of Anne Meara. Father of Ben Stiller.), etc. Originally produced (1948) by The Theatre Guild and directed by Paul Crabtree.
91 Simon And Laura : "A Comedy" by Alan Melville. Produced by H.M. Tennent at the Apollo Theatre (London - 1955) starring Roland Culver, Coral Browne (Wife of Vincent Price), Ernest Thesiger (Most famous as "Dr. Pretorius" in the film, "The Bride of Frankenstein"), Ronald Radd, Ian Carmichael, Dora Bryan, etc. Directed by Murray MacDonald.
91 Simon Big Ears : Produced by The San Francisco State College Children's Theatre at the Little Theatre (1959) starring Dahl Delu, Charles Giannotti, Grant Olson, Bob Schiff, Michael Skinner, Doyle Newberry, etc. Directed by Jean DeSales Bertram. Choreographed by Doyle Newberry.
91 Simon Called Peter : Book by Jules Eckert Goodman and Edward Knoblock (Founded on the famous novel of the same name by Robert Keable). Produced by William A. Brady at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1924) starring Henry Mather, Andree Rondel, Charles Wharburton, Robert Harrigan. Wilfred Jessop, Joseph Merryman, etc.
91 Simple Life, A : "An Original Play" by Robert Ingham. Produced by the Yale School of Drama at the University Theatre (New Haven - 1964) starring George R. DiCenzo, Jr., Robert E. Ingham, Jon Jory, Hal Johnson, Arthur Pellman, etc. Directed by F. Curtis Canfield.
91 Simple Simon : "A Musical Entertainment" by Ed Wynn and Guy Bolton. Music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Lorenz Hart (Portrayed by Tom Drake and Mickey Rooney in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld (Portrayed by William Powell in the 1936 biopic, "The Great Ziegfeld" and in the 1946 film revue, "Ziegfeld Follies," by Walter Pidgeon in the 1968 biopic, "Funny Girl" and by Paul Shenar in the 1978 TV biopic, "Ziegfeld: The Man and His Woman) at various theatres (1930 - 31) starring "Ed "The Perfect Fool" Wynn, Harriet Hoctor, Hazel Forbes, Marion Dodge, Paul Stanton, Alfred P. James, Ruth Etting (Portrayed by Doris Day in the 1955 biopic, "Love Me Or Leave Me"), Wini Shaw, etc. Directed by Zeke Colvan. Choreographed by Seymour Felix. Songs include: "Coney Island', "Don't Tell Your Folks," "Send For Me," "10 Cents a Dance," "On With the Dance," "Love Me Or Leave Me," etc.
91 Simpleton Of The Unexpected Isles, The : Book by George Bernard Shaw. Various productions (1935 - 53) starring Alla Nazimova, Romney Brent, Rex O' Malley, Viola Roache, Lawrence Grossmith, Leon Janney, Dan Durning, Betty Compton, Ross Vaughn, Mary Gordon, etc.
91 Simply Heavenly : "A Folk Comedy With Music" with book and lyrics by Langston Hughes. Music by David Martin. Produced by Stella Holt, Joshua Shelley, Vincent Cerow and Abel Enklewitz at various theatres (c. 1957) starring Melvin Stuart, Alma Hubbard, Stanley Greene, Claudia McNeil, Dagmar Craig, Allegro Kane, etc. Directed by Joshua Shelley. Songs include: "Love is Simply Heavenly," "Broken String Blues," " Look for the Morning Star," "The Men in My Life," etc.
91 Sin Of Pat Muldoon, The : "A New Play" by John McLiam. Produced by Richard Adler and Roger L. Stevens at various theatres (1957) starring James Barton ("Paint Your Wagon," etc.), Elaine Stritch, James Olson, Patricia Bosworth, John Heldabrand, Clifton James, etc. Directed by Jack Garfein.
91 Sinbad (By J. Fowler) : "The Spectacular Musical Extravaganza" by John Fowler. Music by William Rostetter. Produced by Hurtig and Seamon at the Bastable Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1905) starring "The Only and Original Lilliputians," Mary Baker, Louis Merkel, Annie Nelson, Martha Weis, etc. Directed by Michael Heckert. Choreographed by H. Fletcher Rivers. Songs include: "Hunting Song," "Twenty-Seven Bells by the Waterbury Watch," "Teasing," "Back, Back to Baltimore," "Follow the Merry Crowd," "The Heroes That Wear the Blue," etc.
91 Sinbad (By H.B. Smith) : or "The Maid of Balsora" by Harry B. Smith. Produced by the American Extravaganza Company and The Castle Square Opera Company at various theatres (1891 -92) starring Louise Eissing, Herbert Gresham, Ida Mulle, Topsy Venn, Zoe Bell, Marion Berg, Joseph F. Sheehan, Oscar Girard, Ruth White, etc.
91 Sing A Song Of Sixpence : "A Christmas Pantomime" by The Madrid Players (Spain - 1982) starring Dick Burr, Jim McClure, Anders Ahlberg, Hugh Pike, etc. Directed and choreographed by Pam Tear. Songs include: "Fiesta Time," "I'll Never Let You Go," "Let the Grass Grow," "I Like Peace," "I Remember It Well," "Anything You Can Do," etc.
91 Sing High, Sing Low : "A New Comedy" by Murdock Pemberton and David Boehm. Produced by Walter Towne at the Sam H. Harris Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Don Beddoe, Frank Andrews, Ben Lackland, Herbert Goode, Con MacSunday, Ifor Thomas, Ralph Locke, Lorna Elliott, Vernon Howard, etc. Directed by Clarence Derwent.
91 Sing Me No Lullaby : "A New Play" by Robert Ardrey. Produced by T. Edward Hambleton and Norris Houghton at the Phoenix Theatre (NYC - 1954) starring Larry Gates, Richard Kiley, Jessie Royce Landis, John Marley ("Faces," "Love Story," "The Godfather," etc. on film), Beatrice Straight (Oscar winner for the film, "Network"), Jack Warden, Marian Winters, Michael Lipton, John Fiedler, etc. Directed by Paul Stewart.
91 Sing Out, Sweet Land! : "A Salute to American Folk and Popular Music" by Walter Kerr. Various productions (1945 - 76) starring Burl Ives, Alma Kaye, Bibi Osterwald, Philip Coolidge, Robert Penn, James Westerfield, Jerry Ross, Ray Jacquemot, Ted Tiller, Irene Hawthorne, Alfred Drake, Lars Bodnieks, Jill Shakoor, Bob Oliver, etc. Originally produced (1945) by The Theatre Guild, directed by Leon Leonidoff and choreographed by Doris Humphrey and Charles Weidman. Costumes by Lucinda Ballard. Songs include: "As I Was Going Along," "Way Down the Ohio," "Foggy Foggy Dew," "Oh Susannah," "Camptown Races," "Polly Wolly Doodle," "Blue Tail Fly," "Rock Candy Mountain," "At Sundown," "The Charleston," etc.
91 Sing Out The News : "A New Revue" by Charles Friedman. Music and lyrics by Harold J. Rome. Produced by Max Gordon in association with George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart (Portrayed by Jason Robards and George Hamilton in the 1963 biopic, "Act One") at The Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1938) starring Hiram Sherman, Philip Loeb (Co-star of "The Goldbergs" on radio and television), Will Geer (Most famous as "Grandpa" on television's "The Waltons"), Joey Faye ("Mack and Myer for Hire" on film), Michael Loring, Ben Ross, Jimmy Lydon (Most famous as "Henry Aldrich" in the film series), Hazel Scott (Pianist and nightclub entertainer. Wife of Congressman Adam Clayton Powell of New York.), Rex Ingram, Mary Jane Walsh, Ginger Manners, etc. Directed by Charles Friedman. Choreographed by Ned McGurn and Dave Gould. Songs include: "Up Fiorello". "I Married a Republican," "Congressional Minstrels," "A Liberal Education," "My Heart is Unemployed," "We' ve Got The Song', etc.
91 Singapore : Book by Robert Keith (Father of Brian Keith. Husband of Peg Entwistle). Produced by John Henry Mears at the Forty-Eighth Street Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Frank De Silva, J.W. Austin, Richard Wang, Lionel Ince, Donald Woods, Brandon Peters, etc. Directed by Lee Elmore. Choreographed by Ruth St. Denis.
91 Singer : Book by Peter Flannery. Produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Barbican Theatre, London (1989 -90) starring Joe Melia, Malcolm Storry, Russell Dixon, Mark Williams, Alan Cumming, Adrian Hilton, Alan Cooke, Lucy Ellis, Cassie Stuart, Jane Maud, etc. Directed by Terry Hands.
91 Singing Girl, The : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection. See - "Opera and Opera Programs" by title.
91 Singin' In The Rain : "America's Broadway Sensation" by Betty Comden and Adolph Green (Based on the MGM Motion Picture). Music by Nacio Herb Brown. Lyrics by Arthur Freed. Additional songs by Betty Comden, Adolph Green, Roger Edens, Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh, George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, Johnny Mercer, Richard Whiting, and Cole Porter. Various productions (1983 - 2005) starring Tommy Steele, Roy Castle, Sarah Payne, Danielle Carson, Don Correia, Mary D' arcy, Peter Slutsker, Barbara Moroz, Chris Carwithen, Joseph Oyala, Julianne Graper, Rick Conant, Casey Nicholaw, Celeste Furman, etc. Originally produced in London (1983) by Harold Fielding in association with Maurice and Lois F. Rosenfield, directed by Tommy Steele and choreographed by Peter Gennaro. Originally produced on Broadway (1985) by Maurice Rosenfield, Lois F. Rosenfield and Cindy Pritzker and directed and choreographe by Twyla Tharp. Original choreography by Gene Kelly and Stanley Donen. Songs include: "Fit as a Fiddle," "Temptation," "I Can't Give You Anything But Love," "Be a Clown," "You Are My Lucky Star," "Moses Supposes," "Good Morning," "Singin' in the Rain," "Would You?," "Rag Doll," "Broadway Rhythm," etc.
91 Singing Minute, The : Book by Maude Humphrey. Produced by the Yale University School of the Fine Arts /The Department of Drama (New Haven - 1927) starring Mary Grahn, Homer Abegglen, Sarah Hodges, Elaine Ryan, Cameron King, etc. Directed by Alexander Dean.
91 Singin' The Blues : "A Negro Melodrama" by John McGowan. Music and lyrics by Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields. Produced by Alex. A. Aarons and Vinton Freedley at the Liberty Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Ashley Cooper, Mantan Moreland, Frank Wilson, John Sims, Jack Carter, Millard Mitchell (Most famous as "R.F. Simpson" in the film, "Singin' In The Rain"), Percy Wade, Fredi Washington, Eubie Blake and His Orchestra, Jordon and Jordon (Lindy Hoppers), The Four Flash Devils, Bruce Johnson's Washboard Serenaders, etc. Directed by Bertram Harrison. Choreographed by Sammy Lee.
91 Single Man, A : "The Comedy" by Hubert Henry Davies. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1911) starring John Drew, Ivan Simpson, Thomas Kelly, Clara Bracy, Mary Boland, Louise Drew, etc.
91 Single Man At A Party : "A New Play" by Richard Kayne. Produced by Frank B. Haderer in association with Scotti D' Arcy at the Theatre Marquee (Chicago - 1959) staring Ruth Warrick ("Citizen Kane," "Song of the South," etc. on film. "All My Children," etc. on television.), Ron McNeil, Jo Hurt, Jane Chambers, etc. Directed by Peter Flournoy.
91 Single Spies : "A Double Bill" by Alan Bennett featuring "An Englishman Abroad" ("Based on an incident in the life of actress Coral Browne") and "A Question of Attribution" ("An inquiry in which the circumstances are imaginary, but the pictures are real"). Produced at the Queens Theatre, London (1988 - 89) starring Simon Callow, Prunella Scales, Graham de Banzie, Alan Bennett, Edward Halsted, David Terence, Patrick Bailey and Sean Chapman. Directed by Alan Bennett and Simon Callow. Music by Dominic Muldowney.
91 Singular Dorothy Parker, The : "A Living Portrait" by Jane Connell (As "Dorothy Parker"). Produced at various theatres (No date).
91 Sinner : "A Play Concerning the Education of Cynthia Pemberton in Three Lessons" by Thompson Buchanan. Produced by Richard Herndon (By arrangement with Herbert Adams) at the Klaw Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring Allan Dinehart, Merle Maddern, Vera Allen, Ray (Raymond) Walburn, Claiborne Foster, etc. Directed by Allan Dinehart.
91 Sinners : "A Drama" by Owen Davis. Various productions (c. 1915) starring Hayward Ginn, John C. King, Jean Adair (Most famous for her role in "Arsenic and Old Lace" on stage and film), Florence Nash, James Hester, Maude Gilbert, Norman Trevor, John Stokes, John Cromwell (Father of James Cromwell), Emma Dunn, Edna Preston, Maurice Jenkins, etc.
91 Siren, The : "The Musical Play" by Leo Stein and A.M. Willner (English version by Harry B. Smith). Music by Leo Fall. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1911) starring Donald Brian, Frank Moulan, Gilbert Childs, Will West, Moya Mannering, Florence Mack, Victor Le Roy, etc. Directed by Thomas Reynolds. Songs include: "Follow Me Round," "Ancestors Bold," "I Want to Sing in Opera," "She is the One Girl," etc.
91 Sirocco : Book by Noel Coward (Portrayed by Daniel Massey in the 1968 biopic, "Star"). Produced by Basil Dean (By arrangement with Lee Ephraim and Jack Buchanan) at Daly's Theatre (London - 19270 starring Ivor Novello (Composer of "Keep the Home Fires Burning". Portrayed by Jeremy Northam in the fictional film, Gosford Park"), Frances Doble, Aubrey Mather, Ada King, George Coulouris, etc. Directed by Basil Dean.
91 Sis : "Comedy-Drama" by Edward E. Kidder. Produced at various theatres (c. 1885) starring Myra Goodwin ("The Talented Little Actress"), J.W. Grath, Edward Travers, Frank Kilday, Libby Noxon, Margaret Hatch, Emma Howard, etc.
91 Sis Hopkins : "Picturesque Pastural Play" by Rose Melville. Produced at various theatres (1911 - 17) starring Rose Melville, Olive West, Eric Jewett, Philip Carle, Frank Chapman, Dan Marble, Frank P. Haven, Arthur Stein, Josephine Haines, Fay Lewis, etc.
91 Sister : "A New Play" by Glenn Allen Smith. Music by Raymond Allen. Produced by the Dallas Theater Center at the Kalita Humphreys Theater (Dallas, TX - 1962 - 63) starring Mary Sue Fridge, Mike Dendy, Mona Styles Pursley, Ron Wilcox, Penelope Hull, Preston Jones, Kit Carson, etc. Directed by Ivan Rider.
91 Sister Beatrice : Book by Maurice Maeterlinck. Musical accompaniment by Max Marshalck. Produced at various theatres (1910 - 11) starring Edith Wynne Matthison, Pedro De Cordoba, Stewart Baird, Russell Reid, John Sutherland, Olive Oliver, Olive Wyndham, Ben Johnson, etc. Folder includes a program announcing a "Special Matinee in Honor of Miss Ellen Terry" at the New Theatre (NYC - 1911).
91 Sister Margaret : "World Premiere" by James Baldwin. Produced by Frank Silvera and "The Amen Corner" Company at various theatres (Los Angeles - No date) starring Bea Richards, Bill Crain, Tina Jackson, Isabel Sanford (Television's "The Jeffersons"), Whitman Mayo ("Grady" on television's "Sanford and Son"), Art Evans, etc. Directed by Frank Silvera.
91 Sister Mary : "A Farce" by Glen McDonough. Produced at the Bijou Theatre (NYC - No date) starring May Irwin (Performed the first onscreen kiss in movie history with John C. Rice in the 1896 film "The Kiss"), Herbert Gresham, Louise Rial, Roland Carter, Ola Humphrey, Melville Ellis, Queenie Vasser, etc. Songs include: "Not the Proper Way to Treat a Lady," "My Bed is Like a Little Boat," "Louisiana Lize," "The Midnight Serenade," etc.
91 Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You : Book by Christopher Durang. Various productions (1981 - 88) starring Jeff Brooks, Polly Draper, Elizabeth Franz, Christopher Durang, Jeff Hayenga, Cloris Leachman, Amanda Carlin, Patrick Garner, Jesse Matthew Bernstein, Siobhan Berry, Joshua Reid Gordon, Richard Holmes, Tom McDermott, Michelle Ricca,etc. Billed with "The Actor's Nightmare" by Christopher Durang. Productions directed by Jerry Zaks and Stephen Stahl.
91 Sister Oakes : Book by Nellise Child. Produced by the American National Theatre and Academy (NYC - No date) starring Edith Atuka-Reid, Pauline Myers, Earle Hyman, Anne Ives, Richard Abbott, Natalie Core, Gordon Peters, etc. Directed by Edward Ludlam.
91 Sisters Rosensweig, The : "A New Play" by Wendy Wasserstein. Various productions (1993 - 95) starring Jane Alexander, Madeline Kahn, Robert Klein, Christine Estabrook, John Vickery, Rex Robbins, Julie Dretzin, Patrick Fitzgerald, Mark Chambers, Tamerin Corn, Dan Jesse, Sara Morsey, Rusty Salling, Annie Gwathmey, Stephanie Dunnam, Linda Thorson, Greg Mullavey (Co -star of television's "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman," etc.), Nancy Dussault (Television's "Too Close For Comfort," etc.), Ian Stuart, Michael Learned (Co-star of television's "The Waltons"), Deborah Rush, Tony Roberts, Amy Ryan, Tom Hewitt, Jennifer Harmon, Rex Robbins, Brian F. O' Byrne (Co-star of television's "Brotherhood"),etc. Originally produced (1993) by Andre Bishop, Bernard Gersten and the Lincoln Center Theater and directed by Daniel Sullivan.
91 Sistuhs, The : "A Two -Act Play" by Saundra Sharp. Music and lyrics by Saundra Sharp. Various productions (No date) starring Jewel McCrimon, Joyce Dalton, Audrey Cobb, Brenda Butler, Maurice Coggins, Brandyn Artise, T.K. Carter, Karole Selmon, Little Anthony Gourdine, etc.
91 Sitcom : Book by Julian Barry. Produced by The St. Nicholas Theater Company (Chicago - No date) starring James Barry, Deanna Deignan, Allan Edge, Larry Weiss, Nesbitt Blaisdell, Tom Ledke, etc. Directed by Julian Barry.
91 Sitting Duck, The : Book by Alexandre Rivemale (Translated by Lucienne Hill). Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - 1962) starring Derek Smith, Paul Eddington, David Glover, Milton Johns, Rhoda Lewis, etc. Directed by Val May.
91 Sitting Pretty : Musical Comedy Production" with book and lyrics by Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse. Music by Jerome Kern (Portrayed by Robert Walker in the 1945 biopic, "Till the Clouds Roll By"). Produced by F. Ray Comstock and Morris Gest at various theatres (1924 - 25) starring The Dolly Sisters (Jennie and Rosie - Portrayed by Betty Grable and June Haver in the 1945 biopic, "The Dolly Sisters"), Frank McIntyre, Paul Frawley, Fred Santley, Vincent Lopez, George Spelvin, Gertrude Bryan, Rudolph Cameron, Dwight Frye (Most famous for his co-starring roles in "Dracula" and "Frankenstein" on film), Queenie Smith, etc. Directed by Fred G. Latham and Julian Alfred. Songs include: "Is This Not a Lovely Spot?," "Bongo on the Congo," "Shufflin' Sam," "The Polka Dot," "Shadow of the Moon," "Days Gone By," etc.
91 Sive : Book by John B. Keane. Produced by the New Irish Players at the Town Hall Theatre (Killarney, Ireland - 1964) starring Maureen O' Dea, Patricia Turner, Carole Walker, Barry O' Hanlon, Jim Mooney, etc. Directed by Jim Mooney.
91 Six Characters In Search Of An Author : "A Comedy In the Making" by Luigi Pirandello. Various translations, adaptations and productions (1923 - 85) starring Ralph Richardson, Eric Dodson, Peter Jesson, John Wylie, Angela Wood, Bob (Robert) Foxworth, Robert Quarry ("Count Yorga, Vampire" on film), Paul Pettit, Nini Agee, Jean Cover, John Bottoms, David Spielberg, Whitfield Connor, Kurt Kasznar, Natalie Schafer (Television's "Gilligan's Island"), Jack Dodson (Most famous as "Howard Sprague" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Mayberry RFD), David Margulies, Richard Dysart, Charles Shults, Sharon Mattox, Grant Williams ("The Incredible Shrinking Man" on film), Beverly Sills, Ruth Kobart, Jeff Druce, Austin Pendleton, Walter Connolly, Eugene Powers, Doris Rankin, Paul Guilfoyle, Margaret Wycherly (Most famous for her roles in "Sergeant York" and "White Heaat" on film), Florence Eldridge (Wife of Fredric March), Dwight Frye (Most famous for his co-starring roles in "Dracula" and "Frankenstein" on film), Ernest Cossart, Robin Strasser, Joan Darling, Laurence Luckinbill, Olympia Dukakis, Louis Zorich (Husband of Olympia Dukakis), Stephen Gray, Donald Watt, Beatrice Arthur, Dudley Foster, Gordon Bell, Edward Hardwicke (Son of Cedric Hardwicke), Barbara Lynne, William Countryman, Vivienne Shub, Gloria Maddox, Ronald Roston, Brian Mitchell, Benjamin Slack, Brendan Hanlon, etc.
91 Six Cylinder Love : "A Comedy" by William Anthony McGuire. Various productions (1922 - 24) starring Ernest Truex, Donald Meek, Helen Spring, Mary Halliday, Nicholas Joy, June Walker, Berton Churchill, Lavinia Shannon, Burk Clarke, Irene Purcell, Wallace Ford, Minna Gombell, Helen Travers, Dorothy Holmes, Helen Blair, Frank Wilcox, Hedda Hopper, etc. Originally produced by Sam H. Harris (By arrangement with Lewis and Gordon ) and directed by Sam Forrest.
91 Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks : "The Touching Comedy" by Richard Alfieri. Produced by the Ocala (Florida) Civic Theatre (2009) starring Susan Moring and J. Charles Bartosic. Directed by Christine Perry.
91 Six Degrees Of Separation : Book by John Guare. Produced at the Lincoln Center Theater at the Vivian Beaumont (NYC - 1990 - 92) starring Courtney B. Vance, John Cunningham, Kelly Bishop, David Burke, Ray Cochran, James DuMont, Brian Evers, Laura Linney, Peter Maloney, Marlo Thomas, John Cunningham, Ntare Mwine, Holly Barron, Ian Blackman, David Burke, Mari Nelson, Anthony Rapp, Stephen Pearlman, etc. Directed by Jerry Zaks.
91 Six Of One (By F. Essex) : "New Musical Show" by Frances Essex. Produced by Peter Bridge at the Adelphi Theatre (London - 1963) starring Dora Bryan, Richard Wattis, Dennis Lotis, Amanda Barrie, John Hewer, Sheila O' Neill, etc. Directed by William Chappell. Choreographed by Irving Davies. Songs include: "Whistling Type Weather," "Along My Way," "I've Not Come Here to Be Insulted," "We Shall Have Music," "Not a Cloud in the Sky," "Cherish Your First Affair," "Something About a Show Tune," "Nautical Strip," "The Nicest Thing," etc.
91 Six Of One (By M. Pertwee) : "A Comedy" by Michael Pertwee. Produced by Ian Albery and John Gale at the Criterion Theatre (London - 1977) starring Leslie Phillips, Angela Scoular, Linda Hayden, Christina Greatrex, Brain Carroll, David Stoll, etc. Directed by Robin Midgley.
91 6 Rms Riv Vu : Book by Bob Randall. Various productions (1972 - 77) starring Jerry Orbach, Jane Alexander, Ron Harper, Jennifer Warren, Francine Beers, Matthew Sacks, Linda Kurosky, Polly Davis, Natalie Burns, Dick Gjonola, Joe Bell, Pam Putch (Daughter of William H. Putch and Jean Stapleton), Wil Love, Donna Fletcher, etc. Originally produced (1972) by Alexander H. Cohen and Bernard Delfont and directed by Edwin Sherin.
91 Six Weeks In Rome : "The Great Play" produced by The Annie Mitchell Company (No location or date listed) starring Annie Mitchell, Harry Knight, Emilie Tilton, Fay Robinson, etc.
91 Six Who Pass While The Lentils Boil : Book by Stuart Walker. Produced by The Junior Members of the Little Theatre Guild of New Haven (1925) starring George Hulse, Vivian Luffey, Florence Terrell, Ruth Mason Cannon, etc. Directed by Mary McAndrew.
91 Six Wives Of Henry VIII, The : Produced by Guild Hall (No location listed - 1931) starring Cornelia Otis Skinner (Portrayed by Gail Russell in the 1944 film, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay"). Music by Bill Young's Orchestra.
91 Six Women With Brain Death : "Or Expiring Minds Want To Know" by Cheryl Benge, Christy Brandt, Rosanna E. Coppedge, Valerie Fagan, Ross Freese, Mark Houston, Sandee Johnson and Peggy Pharr Wilson. Music and lyrics by Mark Houston. Originally developed and produced by Creative Productions (and first performed at Unicorn Theatre, Kansas City, Missouri). Produced at the Ocala (Florida) Civic Theatre (2013) starring Cookie Burke, Marcy Butler, Joan Elizabeth, Amanda J. Harding, Megan Hilt, Jessica Morin and Emily Stanger. Directed and choreographed by Myles Thoroughgood. Songs include: "All My Hospitals," "Divas at Motown," "Rambi," "We've Arrived," "Barbie and Ken," "Divas at Nashville," "God is an Alien," "Toll Road," etc.
91 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue : "A Musical About the Problems of Housekeeping" with book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner. Music by Leonard Bernstein. Produced by Roger L. Stevens and Robert Whitehead at the Mark Hellinger Theatre (NYC - 1976) starring Ken Howard, Patricia Routledge (Star of television's "Keeping Up Appearances"), Gilbert Price, Emily Yancy, Ralph Farnsworth, Reid Shelton, Howard Ross, etc. Directed and choreographed by Gilbert Moses and George Faison. Songs include: "On Ten Square Miles by the Potomac River," "Take Care of This House," "I Love My Wife," "The Little White Lie," "The Robber Baron Minstrel Parade," "The Mark of a Man," "The Red White and Blues," etc.
91 Sixth Finger In A Five Finger Glove : Book by Scott Michel. Produced by Gertrude Caplin and Thelma Fingar at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1956) starring Jimmie Komack, Bill Zuckert, Gladys Holland, Frank Campanella, Paul Huber, Conrad Bain, Salome Jens, etc. Directed by John Holden.
91 Sixty Thousand Nights : "The Story of the Theatre Royal, 1766 - 1966) by Val May and George Rowell. Music by Jullian Slade. Lyrics by Julian Slade and George Rowell. Various productions (1966 - 82) by the Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England) starring Richard Pasco, Frank Middlemass, Dudley Jones, Gawn Grainger, Frank Barrie, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Julia Moody, Tracy Harper, Amanda Smith, etc. Originally directed (1966) by Val May and choreographed by Bob Stevenson. Songs include: "Dear Theatre of Mine," "Foolish Fluttering Thing," "The Old Man of the Old," "Thanks to Mr. M'Cready," "We Said We Couldn't Look Back," etc.
92 Sizwe Bansi Is Dead : Book by Athol Fugard, John Kani and Winston Ntshona. Various productions (1973 - 82) Starring John Kani, Winston Ntshona, John Cothran, Jr., Stephen McKinley Henderson, Mel Johnson, Jr., Joe Fields, etc. Originally produced (1973) by Michael White and the Royal Court Theatre (London) and directed by Athol Fugard. Billed with "The Island" by Athol Fugard, John Kani and Winston Ntshona.
92 Skeleton Lover, The : "The Drama Founded on a Black Letter Tract entitled "The Condign Punishment of a Transylvanian Necromance" produced by the English Opera Company at Theatre Royal, Adelphi Strand (London - 1830). Billed with "Gretna Green," "The Middle Temple," etc.
92 Skidding : "A Comedy" by Aurania Rouverol. Various productions (1928 - 30) starring Louise Carter, Charles Eaton, Clara Blandick (Most famous as "Aunt Em" in the film, "The Wizard of Oz"), Carleton Macy, Walter Abel, Joan Madison, Helen Blair, Richard Bender, June Justice, May Green, Mabel Fields, George Simpson, Hal Brown, Helen Baxter, Marion Lewis, etc. Originally produced (1928) by Hyman Adler and Marion Gering and directed by Marion Gering.
92 Skin Game, The : "A Tragi-Comedy" by John Galsworthy. Various productions (1920 - 21) starring Marsh Allen, Edwin Morse, Tracy Barrow, Herbert Lomas, Ernest Cossart, Ashton Tonge, Gina Grayson, Tracy Barrow, Athole Stewart, Meggie Albanesi, Edmund Gwenn (Most famous as "Kris Kringle" in the film "Miracle on 34th Street"), Malcolm Keen, Mary Byron, Joan MacLean, etc.
92 Skin Of Our Teeth, The : "A New Comedy" by Thornton Wilder. Various productions (1942 - 98) starring Tallulah Bankhead, Fredric March, Florence Eldridge (Wife of Fredric March), Florence Reed, E. G. Marshall, Dickie (Dick ) Van Patten, Montgomery Clift, Earl Sydnor, Elizabeth Scott, Ralph Kellard, Viola Dean, Stanley Prager, Helen Hayes, Mary Martin, George Abbott, Don Murray, Frank Silvera, Heller Halliday (Daughter of Mary Martin), Frances Sternhagen, Morton Da Costa, Miriam Hopkins, Conrad Nagel, Viola Frayne, Frances Heflin, John Cazale, Olivia Cole, Joyce Ebert, John Glover, Salome Jens, Sydney Walker, Gladys George, Edward Binns, Eugenie Leontovich, Beverly Younger, Letitia Bekier, Carrie Snodgress, Linda Carter, Ron Hennessy, George Applegate, Paula Armbruster, Bill Dissler, Ken Raskoff, Barbara Lehmann, David Lane, Janice Baur, Jennie Stringfellow, Rick Hauser, Toni Smith, Bartlett Giamatti (Former Commissioner of Baseball. Father of Paul Giamatti.), Elizabeth Winship, Bill Hinnant, Austin Pendleton, Richard (Dick Cavett), Donna Sheinberg, Tony Gentile, Larry Heller, Millicent Martin, Ian Ramsey, Simon Ward, Clive Revill, Alec Guinness, John Clements, Laurence Olivier, Peter Ustinov, Erika Slezak (Daughter of Walter Slezak), Marc Alaimo, Michael Tucker, Elizabeth Ashley, Martha Scott, Denny Dillon (Television's "Saturday Night Live"), Barry Livingston (Most famous as "Ernie" on television's "My Three Sons"), Steve Railsback (Most famous as "Charles Manson" in the television docudrama "Helter Skelter"), Alfred Drake ("Oklahoma," etc.), John Humphrey, Derek Godfrey, Alan Dobie, Moira Shearer, Edward Hardwicke (Son of Cedric Hardwicke), Peter O' Toole, Frances Conroy, Herb Foster, John Goodman, Kristen Johnston, John Ortiz, etc. Originally produced (1943) by Michael Myerberg and directed by Elia Kazan.
92 Skipped By The Light Of The Moon : "The Play Which Has Made All America Laugh" by Louis Harrison and John Gourlay. Various productions (c. 1886 - 87) starring Louis Harrison, John Gourlay, W.H. Collins, Joseph Conyers, Davenport Bebus, Dora Stuart, Tony Farrell, Gustave Frankle, Effie Alton, etc.
92 Skipper Next To God : Book by Jan De Hartog. Produced by Blevins Davis, The American National Theatre And Academy (ANTA) and The Experimental Theatre at various theatres (1948) starring Joseph Anthony, Si (Simon) Oakland, John Garfield, Jabez Gray, Richard Coogan, etc. Directed by Lee Strasberg.
92 Skull, The : Book by Bernard J. McOwen and Harry E. Humphrey. Produced by the Murphy-Brown Players at the Wieting Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1929) starring Helen Baxter, Donn Cook, Ralph Murphy, Ethel Wilson, Frank Wilcox, etc. Directed by Ralph Murphy.
92 Sky Farm : "A Comedy" by Edward E. Kidder. Produced at the Boston Theatre (MA - 1908) starring William Hasson, Isabel O' Madigan, James Devine, Frank Losee, Beverly West, etc.
92 Sky High : "A New Musical Production" by Harold Atteridge. Music by Robert Stolz and Alfred Goodman. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at various theatres (1925) starring Willie Howard, Walter Johnson, Roland Hogue, Dorothy Hathaway, Bert Shadow, James Liddy, Dorothy McNulty, Ruth Welch, etc. Directed by Fred G. Latham and Alexander Leftwich. Choreographed by Seymour Felix. Songs include: "The Best Songs of All," "Oxford Days," "Once in a While," "There's Life in the Old Dog Yet," "Somewhere in Lover's Land," "New Moon," "Let it Rain," "Trim Them All But the One You Love," "The Barbering Wop of Seville," etc.
92 Skylark : "A Smart New Comedy" by Samson Raphaelson. Various productions (1939 - 61) starring Gertrude Lawrence (Portrayed by Julie Andrews in the 1968 biopic, "Star"), Donald Cook, Glenn Anders, Lee Patrick, John Emery, Vivian Vance, Constance Bennett, Richard Kendrick, Jack Fletcher, Irene Dailey (Sister of Dan Dailey), Graham Hill, Francis Lane, Joseph Sutton, Jane Russell, Richard Dix, Patti Gilbert, John Himes, Vernon Schwartz, etc. Originally produced (1939) by John Golden and directed by Samson Raphaelson.
92 Skyrocket, The : "A New Play" by Mark Reed. Produced by Gilbert Miller at various theatres (1929) starring Humphrey Bogart, Mary Phillips, J.C. Nugent, Clara Blandick (Most famous as "Aunt Em" in the film "The Wizard of Oz"), Howard Freeman, Ian Wolfe, etc. Directed by Guthrie McClintic (Husband of Katharine Cornell).
92 Skyscraper : "The New Musical Comedy" by Peter Stone (Based on "Dream Girl"" by Elmer Rice). Music by James Van Heusen. Lyrics by Sammy Cahn. Produced by Feuer and Martin at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (NYC - 1965) starring Julie Harris, Peter L. Marshall (The original host of "The Hollywood Squares"), Charles Nelson Reilly ("Hello, Dolly!," etc.), Dick O' Neill, Rex Everhart, Paul Sorvino, Renata Powers, etc. Directed by Cy Feuer. Choreographed by Michael Kidd. Songs include: "Everybody Has A Right To Be Wrong," "Occasional Flight of Fancy," "More Than One Way," "Haute Couture," "Don't Worry," "I'll Only Miss Her When I Think Of Her," etc.
92 Slab Boys : Book by John Byrne. Produced by Laura Shapiro Kramer and Roberta Weissman at the Playhouse Theatre (NYC - 1983) starring Kevin Bacon, Brian Benben, Merwin Goldsmith, Jackie Earle Haley, Val Kilmer, Sean Penn, Beverly May and Madeleine Potter, etc. Directed by Robert Allan Ackerman.
92 Slam! : "A One Act" by Jane Willis. Directed by Minke Nangle. No location, date or cast listed.
92 Slapstick Tragedy : Book by Tennessee Williams. Produced by Charles Bowden and Lester Persky in association with Sidney Lanier at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1966) starring Margaret Leighton, Kate Reid, Zoe Caldwell, Ralph Waite (Co-star of television's "The Waltons"), Tom Aldredge, James Olson, etc. Directed by Alan Schneider.
92 Slave, The (No Author) : "The Musical Drama" produced at various theatres throughout Great Britain. Billed with "Der Freischutz," "Peter The Great," "Thomas and Sally," "A Short Reign and a Merry One," "No Song, No Supper," "Rob Roy," "The Barber of Seville," etc.
92 Slave, The (By L. Jones) : "A Fable" by Le Roi Jones. Produced by Leo Garen and Stan Swerdlow in association with Gene Persson and Rita Fredericks at St. Marks Playhouse (NYC - No date) starring Nan Martin, Al Freeman, Jr. and Jerome Raphel. Billed with "The Toilet" by Le Roi Jones starring James Sprull, Gary Bolling, D' Urville Martin, Norman Bush, etc. Both plays directed by Leo Garen.
92 Slave Ship : Book by Le Roi Jones. Produced by Woodie King at the Chelsea Theater Center (NYC - 1969) starring Frank Adu, Preston Bradley, Lee Chamberlin, Jackie Early, Garrett Morris (Original member of the "Not Ready for Prime -Time Players" on television's "Saturday Night Live"), Tim Pelt, Marilyn Thomas, etc. Directed by Gilbert Moses.
92 Slavemaker, The : "Based on an actual occurrence which is a matter of police record" produced at Nixon's Apollo Theatre (Atlantic City, NJ - No date) starring Mary Ryan, Frank Raymond, Frank M. Thomas, Felix Krembs, Helen Tilden, etc.
92 Slaves Of The Mine : "The Spirited Comedy Drama" by Daniel L. Hart and C.E. Callahan. Produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring I.P Wallace, Toney Murphy, Louis Fitzroy, Kittie Webb, etc.
92 Slavs : "Thinking About the Longstanding Problems of Virtue and Happiness" by Tony Kushner. Produced by Tony Kushner, David Binder, James Calleri, and David O' Connell at the Walter Kerr Theatre (NYC - 1994) starring Sandra Bernhard, Olympia Dukakis, Sherry Glaser, Madeline Kahn, Laurie Metcalf, Tracey Ullman, etc. Directed by Michael Mayer and Tony Kushner.
92 Sleep : Book by Jack Gleber. Produced by Wynn Handman at the American Place Theatre (NYC - 1972) starring David Spielberg, Don Fellows, Conrad Fowkes, Norman Bush, etc. Directed by Jacques Levy.
92 Sleep, My Pretty One : Book by Charlie and Oliver Garrett. Produced by Richard W. Krakeur at various theatres (1944) starring Pauline Lord, Julie Stevens, Harry Ellerbe, Don Gibson, etc. Directed by Roy Hargrave.
92 Sleep Of Prisoners, A : Book by Christopher Fry. Various productions (1953 - 59) starring Art Hopper, Ed Vines, James Blackwell, William Hames, Leonard White, Donald Harron, Stanley Baker, Chuck Marino, John Heald, Jared Miller, Robert Brown, Paul Gacconnier, etc.
92 Sleeping Beauty : Book by V.C. Clinton - Baddeley. Music by Julian Leigh. Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - 1956) starring Lally Bowers, Michael Meacham, Phyllida Law, Peter O' Toole, Alan Dobie, Rachel Roberts (Wife of Rex Harrison), Alex Scott, etc. Directed by Warren Jenkins. Songs include: "Day of Sunshine," "The Forest is Dame," "The Women of Old England," "I Lost My Heart in the Wild Wood," "I Know a Lovely Castle," etc.
92 Sleeping Beauty And The Beast, The : Book by J. Hickory Wood and Arthur Collins (Adapted by John J. McNally and J. Arthur Goodwin). Music by Frederick Solomon. Lyrics by J. Cheever Goodwin. Various productions (1900 - 03) starring Dan Leno, Herbert Campbell, Fred Emney, Madge Lessin, Violet Grazia, Harry Bulger, Joe Cawthorn, John Hyams, Lilian Rice, Ella Snyder, etc.
92 Sleeping Clergyman, A : Book by James Bridie. Various productions (c. 1934) starring Frank Moore, Godfrey Baxter, Robert Donat ("Goodbye, Mr. Chips," etc.), Ernest Thesiger (Most famous as "Dr. Pretorious" in the film, "The Bride of Frankenstein"), Sophie Stewart, Walter Roy, Glenn Anders, Frank Kingdon, Helen Westley, Ruth Gordon, etc.
92 Sleeping Partners : "The Farce Comedy of the Boulevards" by Seymour Hicks (Adapted from the French play, "Faisons Un Reve" by Sacha Guitry). Produced by John D. Williams at the Shubert Princess Theatre (Chicago - 1919) starring Irene Bordini, Wallace Eddinger, Arthur Lewis, etc. Directed by George Marion.
92 Sleeping Prince, The : "An Occasional Fairy Tale" by Terence Rattigan. Various productions (1953 - 56) starring Laurence Olivier, Vivien Leigh (Wife of Laurence Olivier), Martita Hunt, Terence Owen, Paul Hardwick, Elaine Inescort, Michael Redgrave, Barbara Bel Geddes, Cathleen Nesbett, Rex O' Malley, Johnny Stewart, Nydia Westman, Sorrell Booke, Frances Lederer, Shirley MaClaine, Hermione Gingold, David Lewis, Richard Peel, etc. Various productions directed by Laurence Olivier, Richard Haydn and Michael Redgrave.
92 Sleepy Hollow : "A Musical Play" with book and lyrics by Russell Maloney and Miriam Battista (Based on Washington Irving's "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"). Music by George Lessner. Produced by Lorraine Lester at various theatres (1948) starring Gil Lamb, Betty Jane Watson, Hayes Gordon, Mary McCarty, Ruth McDevitt, John Russell, Jo Sullivan (Wife of Frank Loesser), Morley Evans, etc. Directed by John O' Shaughnessy. Choreographed by Anna Sokolow. Songs include: "Time Stands Still," "I Still Have Plenty to Learn," "There's History to Be Made," "The Things That Lovers Say," "Ichabod," "The Gray Goose," etc.
92 Sleepy King, The : Book by George V. Hobart. Music by G.E. Conterno. Produced by The Walter Jones Comic Opera Company at the Century Theatre (No location listed - 1903) starring Walter Jones, James Stevens, Frank Farrington, Jessie Oliver, Helen Irwin, Laura Witt, Lillian Bond, etc. Directed by Walter Jones.
92 Sleight of Hand : Book by John Pielmeier. Produced at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1987) starring Harry Groener, Jeffrey De Munn, Priscilla Shanks and Stephen Rowe. Directed by Walton Jones. Title song recorded by Carly Simon.
92 Sleuth : "The 1971 Tony Award Play" by Anthony Shaffer. Various productions (1970 - 85) starring Marius Goring, John Fraser, Anthony Quayle, Keith Baxter, Patrick MacNee, Brian Murray, Paul Rogers, Jordan Christopher, Michael Allinson, Curt Dawson, Philip Farrar, Harold K. Newman, Roger Purnell,etc. Originally produced in London (1970) by Michael White and directed by Clifford Williams. Originally produced on Broadway (1970) by Helen Bonfils, Morton Gottlieb and Michael White and directed by Clifford Williams.
92 Slight Case Of Murder, A : "Comedy" by Damon Runyon and Howard Lindsay. Produced by Howard Lindsay at the Forty-Eighth Street Theatre (19350 starring Jose Ferrer, Joseph Sweeney, John Griggs, Percy Moore, Sydney Booth, Phyllis Welch, Richard Taber, etc. Directed by Damon Runyon and Howard Lindsay.
92 Slightly Married (By A. Leslie) : "A Farce" by Aleen Leslie. Produced by Melville Burke at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1943) starring Leon Ames, Scotty Beckett ("Our Gang," "The Jolson Story," etc. on film), Mona Barrie, Jimmie Smith, Patty Pope, Leona Maricle, etc. Directed by Melville Burke.
92 Slightly Married (By G. Palmerton) : Book by Guy Palmerton. Produced by Gene P. Otto, Jr. at the Gretna Playhouse (Mount Gretna, PA - 1963) starring Hal Godett, Fred Theobald, Carol Kasbee, Ronald Knight, Mark Ibsen, Ken Kothe, etc. Directed by Charles F. Coghlan.
92 Slim Princess, The : "A Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Henry Blossom. Music by Leslie Stuart. Produced by Charles Dillingham at the Globe Theatre (NYC - 1911) starring Joseph Cawthorne, Ralph Nairn, Charles King, Sam Burbank, Elsie Janis, Carl Haydn, Neil Walton, etc.
92 Slip of the Tongue, A : Book by Dusty Hughes. Produced by the Steppenwolf Theatre Company at the Shaftsbury Theatre, London (1992) starring John Malkovich, Kara Zediker, Lizzy McInnerny, Ingeborga Dapkunaite, Clotilde Courau, etc. Directed by Simon Stokes.
92 Slow Dance On The Killing Ground : Book by William Hanley. Various productions (1965 - 75) starring George Rose, Clarence Williams III ("Television's "The Mod Squad"), Carolan Daniels, Nathan Davis, Michael Lowe, Constance Mathieu, Paxton Jones, Grover Coulson and Elaine McEntire. Originally produced (1965) by Hume Cronyn and directed by Joseph Anthony.
92 Sly Fox : Book by Larry Gelbart (Based on "Volpone" by Ben Jonson). Produced by Sir Lew Grade, Martin Starger and the Shubert Organization at various theatres (1976 - 78) starring George C. Scott, Jack Gilford, Trish Van Devere (Wife of George C. Scott), Gretchen Wyler, John Heffernan, Jeffrey Tambor, Hector Elizondo, Bob Dishy, John Ramsey, Robert Preston, James Gallery, George Spelvin, Jackie Gleason, etc. Directed by Arthur Penn.
92 Small Craft Warnings : "A New Play" by Tennessee Williams. Produced by Robert Currie, Mario De Maria and William Orton at various theatres (1972) starring Peg Murray, Helena Carroll, Cherry Davis, Gene Fanning, William Hickey, Davis Huffman, Alan Mixon, Brad Sullivan, etc. Directed by Richard Altman.
92 Small Family Business, A : "Premiere of a New Play" by Alan Ayckbourn.Produced by the National Theatre, London (1987) starring Ron Pember, Elizabeth Bell, Russell Dixon, Michael Gambon, Polly Adams, John Arthur, Barbara Hicks, Simon Cadell, Michael Simkins, etc. Directed by Alan Ayckbourn. Music by Paul Todd.
92 Small Hotel : "A Comedy" by Rex Frost. Produced at the Hillbarn Theatre (Belmont CA - 1965).
92 Small Hours, The : Book by George S. Kaufman and Leueen MacGrath. Produced by Max Gordon at the National Theatre (NYC - 1951) starring Dorothy Stickney (Wife of Howard Lindsay), Paul MacGrath, Donald Keyes, Leona Maricle, Ruth Hammond, Heywood Hale Broun (CBS sports commentator and reporter), Vera Fuller Mellish, etc. Directed by George S. Kaufman.
92 Small Miracle : "A Melodrama" by Norman Krasna. Various productions (1934 - 37) starring Joseph Spurin-Calleia (Joseph Calleia), Joseph King, Myron McCormick, Helen Gardner, Allan Hale, Robert Middlemass, Lucille Strudwick, Eva Condon, Ralph Holmes, Laura Adair, Richard Bender, etc. Originally produced (1934) by Courtney Burr and directed by George Abbott.
92 Small War On Murray Hill : "Comedy" by Robert E. Sherwood. Various productions (1956 - 59) starring Jan Sterling, Leo Genn, Daniel Massey (Son of Raymond Massey), Patricia Bosworth, Francis Compton, Nicholas Joy, Susan Oliver, Richard H. Potter, Robert Irwin, Alice Cooper, etc. Originally produced (19560 by The Playwrights' Company and directed by Garson Kanin.
92 Small Wonder : "A New Musical Revue" with sketches by Charles Spalding, Max Wilk, Louis Laun and George Axelrod. Music by Baldwin Bergersen and Albert Selden. Lyrics by Phyllis McGinley and Billings Brown. Produced by George Nichols 3rd at various theatres (1948) starring Tom Ewell, Alice Pearce, Mary McCarty, Tommy Rall, Joan Diener, Jack Cassidy, Marilyn Day, Joan Mann, Evelyn Taylor, etc. Directed by Burt Shevelove. Choreographed by Gower Champion. Songs include: "Flaming Youth," "I Like a Man Around the House," "Ballad for Billionaires," "Show Off," "Young Man's Blues," "The Commuters' Song," "Things," "When I Fall in Love," etc.
92 Smart Spot Varieties : Book by Henny Youngman ("Comedian of the Kate Smith Radio Hour"). Produced by Cheryl Crawford at the Maplewood Theatre (East Orange, NJ - 1940) starring The Hartmans (Grace and Paul - Paul Hartman is most famous as "Emmett the Fix-It Man" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Mayberry RFD"), Shelia Barrett, Bill Maton, Caspar Reardon ("Wizard of the Harp"), Loring Smith, C. Albert Smith, Ethel Morrison, etc.
92 Smile At Me : "A Musical Laugh Tour" with sketches and lyrics by Edward J. Lambert. Music by Gerald Dolin and Edward J. Lambert. Produced by Harold K. Berg at the Fulton Theatre (NYC - 1935) starring Gerald Dolin and his "Smile at Me" Orchestra, Hal Thompson, Dorothy Morrison, Eddie Bruce, Frank Kimball, Irene Peri, Avis Andrews, Ruth Edell, etc. Directed by Frank Merlin. Choreographed by Paul Florenz. Songs include: "Fiesta in Madrid," "Smile at Me," "Tired of the South', "Dancing Moe," "Goona Goona," "I'm Dreaming While We're Dancing," "Doin' the Truck," "You're a Magician," "Calcutta," "Caribbeana," etc.
92 Smile Of The World, The : "A New Play" by Garson Kanin. Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood and Kurt Weill) at various theatres (1948 - 49) starring Ruth Gordon (Wife of Garson Kanin), Otto Kruger, Ruby Dee (Wife of Ossie Davis), Warren Stevens, Ossie Davis, Boris Marshalov, Elizabeth Dewing, etc. Directed by Grason Kanin.
92 Smiles : "A New Musical Comedy" by William Anthony McGuire. Music by Vincent Youmans. Lyrics by Clifford Grey and Harold Adamson. Additional lyrics by Ring Lardner. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld (Portrayed by William Powell in the 1936 biopic, "The Great Ziegfeld" and in the 1946 film revue, "Ziegfeld Follies," by Walter Pidgeon in the 1968 biopic, "Funny Girl" and by Paul Shenar in the 1978 TV biopic, "Ziegfeld: The Man and His Woman) at various theatres (1930) starring Marilyn Miller (Portrayed by Judy Garland in the 1946 biopic, "Till the Clouds Roll By" and by June Haver in the 1949 biopic, "Look for the Silver Lining".), The Astaires (Fred and Adele), Tom Howard, Eddie Foy, Jr. ("The Seven Little Foys"), Paul Gregory, Larry Adler (Harmonica virtuoso), Ruth Patterson, Virginia Bruce, etc. Directed by Ned Wayburn, William Anthony McGuire and Joseph Urban. Songs include: "The Bowery," "You're Driving Me Crazy," "Time on My Hands," "Down Where the East River Flows," "I'm Glad I Waited," "Clever These Chinese," etc.
92 Smiling Faces : "A New Musical Comedy" by Harry Clarke. Music by Harry Revel. Lyrics by Mack Gordon. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at various theatres (1931 - 32) starring Fred Stone (The original "Scarecrow" in the 1902 stage production of "The Wizard of Oz"), Dorothy Stone (Daughter of Fred Stone), Roy Royston, Doris Patston, Hope Emerson, The Merriel Abbott Dancers, The Albertine Rasch Dancers, Paula Stone (Daughter of Fred Stone), Lotti Loder, Billy Taylor, etc. Directed by Zeke Colvan and R.H. Burnside. Choreographed by Jack Donohue, Albertina Rasch and Merriel Abbott. Songs include: "Sport is Sport," "I've Fallen Out of Love," "Shakin' The Shakespeare," "There Will Be a Girl," "In Havana," "Little Stucco in the Sticks," "Think of My Reputation," etc.
92 Smilin' Through : "A Fantastic Comedy" by Allan Langdon Martin. Various productions (1920 - 29) starring Jane Cowl, Lalive Brownell, Elaine Inescort, Charles Hampden, David Torrence, Douglas Cosgrove, Mary Hill, Robert Perry, Edith Speare, Florence Eldridge (Wife of Fredric March), Raymond Bramley, Mark Kent, Margaret Hawkins, Kay Strozzi, Frank Wilcox, Grace Fox, etc. Originally produced (1920) by The Selwyns and directed by Priestly Morrison. Also billed as "Smilin' Thru"
92 Smith : "A New Comedy" by W. Somerset Maugham. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1910 - 11) starring John Drew, Morton Selten, Hassard Short, Lewis Casson, Isabel Irving, Sybil Thorndike, Mary Boland, Hassard Short, Lewis Casson, etc. Directed by William Seymour.
92 Smokey Joe's Café : "The Songs of Leiber and Stoller" conceived by Otis Sallid, Stephen Helper and Jack Viertel. Music and lyrics by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. Various productions (1995 - 2004) starring Victor Trent Cook, Ken Ard, Adrian Bailey, Brenda Braxton, Michael Park, Jared Bradshaw, Felicia Finley, Arthur W. Marks, Gordon Michaels, Kim Cea, Eugene Fleming, Reva Rice, etc. Songs include: "Kansas City," "Poison Ivy," "On Broadway," "That is Rock and Roll," "Yakity Yak," "Charlie Brown," "Loving You," "Treat Me Nice," "Hound Dog," "Love Potion # 9," "Jailhouse Rock," "Stand By Me," "Spanish Harlem," etc.
92 Smooth As Silk : "Latest Story of Crookology" by Willard Mack. Produced by H.H. Frazee at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1921) starring Taylor Holmes, Jane Marbury, Shirley Warde, John G. Sparks, Ben Roberts, Royal C. Stout, etc. Directed by Willard Mack.
92 SNAFU : "A New Comedy" by Louis Solomon and Harold Buchman. Produced by George Abbott at various theatres (1944 - 45) starring Russell Hardie, Bethel Leslie, Eugenia Delarova, John Souther, Enid Markey, Ernest Rowan, Dort Clark, Billy Redfield (William Redfield), etc. Directed by George Abbott.
92 Snakebit : "A Tightly Coiled Drama" by David Marshall Grant. Produced at the Century Theatre (NYC - No date) starring David Alan Basche, Jodie Markell, Geoffrey Nauffts, Michael Weston, etc. Directed by Jace Alexander.
92 Snare, The : "An Old English Drama" by John Woodford. Produced by Arthur McHugh at the Woodford Theatre (NYC - No Date) starring Dolly Lymken, Tommy Wall, Tyler Wilkins, Barbara Morgan, Arthur Sweet, Evelynda Hendon, etc. Directed by Richard Quaile.
92 Snark Was A Boojum, The : "A Comedy" by Owen Davis (Based on the novel of the same name by Richard Shattuck). Produced by Alex Yokel in association with Jay Faggen at various theatres (1943) starring Frank Lovejoy, Dickie Van Patten (Dick Van Patten of television's "Eight is Enough"), Joan Banks, Fleming Ward, Ann Dere, Frank Wilcox, Francis Compton, etc. Directed by Alexander Kirkland.
92 Sneeze, The : Book by Michael Frayn (Adapted from plays and stories by Anton Chekhov). Produced at the Aldwych Theatre, London (1989) staring Rowan Atkinson, Timothy West, Cheryl Campbell, Anthony Sunston, Olga Lowe, Tricia Morrish, etc. Directed by Ronald Eyre. Music by Jeremy Sams.
92 Snobs : "A Satirical Farce" by George Bronson-Howard. Produced by Henry B. Harris at the Hudson Theatre (NYC - 1911) starring Frank McIntyre, Regan Hughston, Orlando Daly, Olaf Vide, Helen Bond, Walter Craven, William Calvert, etc. Directed by Frank Reicher.
92 Snow Man, The : "A Fantastic Musical Play" by Stanislaus Stange and Reginald de Koven. Produced at the Hyperion Theatre (New Haven - 1907) starring Albert Paar, Charles Dungan, Phyllis Partington, Leona Watson, Ida Hawley, Henry Vogel, Willie Edouin, etc. Directed by Sam S. and Lee Shubert.
92 Snow Orchid : Book by Joe Pintauro. Produced by the Circle Repertory Company (NYC - 1981) starring Peter Boyle, Robert Lupone, Olympia Dukakis and Ben Siegler. Directed by Tony Giordano.
92 Snow Queen, The : or "The Snow Queen and the Goblin" by Martha Bennett King (Based on "The Snow Queen" by Hans Christian Anderson). Various productions (1954 - 57) starring Peggy Wright, Kaethe Madigan, Judy McNutt, Ralph Kerns, Rilla Bergman, Nancy Moss, Sharna Finder, Robert Ward, etc.
92 Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs : "The Fairy-Tale Play" by Jessie Braham White (Based on the story by the Brothers Grimm). Various productions (1900 - 60) starring Leslie Wales, Madeleine Shaner, Steve Clark, Robert Quinn, Rick Martin, etc.
92 So Long Letty : "The Successful Musical Farce" by Oliver Morosco and Elmer Harris. Music and lyrics by Earl Carroll. Produced by Oliver Morosco at various theatres (1916 - 17) starring Charlotte Greenwood, May Boley, Sydney Grant, Walter Catlett, Ben Linn, Tyler Brooke, etc. Directed by Oliver Morosco. Choreographed by Julian Alfred. Songs include: "All The Comforts of Home," "Aloha," "Maryland," "When I Fell in Love With You," "When They Start to Yodel Ragtime Songs in Tennessee," "Play Me a Ukulele," "When You Hear Jackson Moan on His Saxaphone," etc.
92 So Long On Lonely Street : "A Southern Gothic Comedy/Drama" by Sandra Deer. Produced at the Hippodrome State Theatre (Gainesville, FL - 1988) starring Kevin Rainsberger, Lizan Mitchell, Nell Page Sexton, John Ammerman, Mariah Von Hausch and Rusty Salling. Directed by Gregory Von Hausch.
92 So Long, 174th Street : Book by Joseph Stein. Music and lyrics by Stan Daniels (Based on Joseph Stein's Comedy, "Enter Laughing" from the novel by Carl Reiner). Produced by Frederick Brisson (Husband of Rosalind Russell) at the Harkness Theatre (NYC - 1976) starring Robert Morse, George S. Irving, Mitchell Jason, Sydney Blake, Lee Goodman, Barbara Lang, Gene Varrone, Rita Rudner, etc. Directed by Burt Shevelove. Choreographed by Alan Johnson. Songs include: "It's Like," "Undressing Girls With My Eyes," "Bolero on Rye," "You Touched Her," "Being With You," "David Kolowitz, The Actor," etc.
92 So This Is London! : "A New English American Comedy" by Arthur Goodrich. Various productions (1922 - 24) starring Donald Gallagher, Marie Carroll, Lily Cahill, Lawrance D' Orsay, Marion Grey, Robert Vivian, Owen Davis, Jr., Peg Entwistle (Most famous for her suicide leap from the "Hollywoodland" sign), Charles Coburn, Mrs.Coburn (Ivah Willis Coburn), Wallis Clark, Adrian Morgan, Dorothy Holmes, Dorothy Bicknell, Winifred Anglin, Frank Wilcox, Helen Travers, Helen Blair, Eric Dressler, Minna Phillips, etc. Originally produced (1922) by George M. Cohan (Portrayed by James Cagney on film, Mickey Rooney on television and Joel Grey on stage) and directed by John Meehan.
92 So What About Love? : "A New Comedy" by Leonard Webb. Produced by Michael White at the Criterion Theatre (London - 1969) starring Sheila Hancock, John Thaw, Ann Bell and Peter Blythe. Directed by Herbert Wise.
92 Soap Bubble, A : "The Immensely Successful Comedy" by Montgomery Phister. Produced at Jacobs and Proctor's Opera House (Utica, NY - 1888) starring T. J. Farron ("The Eminent Character Comedian and Vocalist"), Ed J. Connelly, A.T. Swartz, E.H. Mack, Dolly Foster, Florence Germain, etc.
92 Social Highwayman, A : Book by Mary T. Stone (From the story by Elizabeth Phipps Train in Lippincott's Magazine). Various productions (c. 1895 - 1905) starring Joseph Holland, E.M. Holland, Hugo Toland, William Norris, Olive Oliver, Lawrence Eddington, Frank E. Camp. Priestly Morrison, Mary Horne, Ida Adair, George Wender, etc.
92 Social Maids : "A Merry-Go -Round of the Happy Turns Known as 'The Boys From Home' " produced by Hurtig and Seamon at the Empire Theatre (Hoboken, NJ - 1911) starring George Stone, Frank Hayes, Wilbur Dobbs, Max Abbott, Ambrose O' Brien, Jennie Austin, etc. Songs include: "I'd Rather Paint Than Go to War," "Take Me Back to Old Chicago," "Beautiful Isle of Love," " Good Night Mr. Moon," "I Love a Cowboy," etc.
92 Social Register, The : "A New Play" by Anita Loos and John Emerson. Produced by Erlanger Productions at various theatres (1931 -32) starring Lenore Ulric, Sidney Blackmer, Betty Garde, Elizabeth Taylor (Not the film star), Helen Tucker, Lee Russell, Oswald Yorke, William Boag, etc. Directed by Edgar MacGregor.
92 Social Session, A : "The Sparkling Musical Comedy Success" produced by D.J. Sprague at The Blanchard Opera House (Montpelier, VT - 1892) starring William S. Gill, Harry B. Roche, Frank Emerson, Charles McKay, Nick Eddison, Kate Sprague, Anna Whiting, etc.
92 Social Whirl, The : "A Musical Comedy" by Charles Doty and Joseph Herbert. Music by Gustav Kerker. Lyrics by Joseph Herbert. Produced by Sam S. and Lee Shubert at the Casino (NYC - 1906) starring Ada Lewis, Joseph Coyne, Elizabeth Brice, Adele Ritchie, Mabel Fenton, Blanche Deyo, etc. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Songs include: "Bill Simmons," "I've Got to Dance Till The Band Gits Through," etc.
92 Society Circus, A : Book by Sidney Rosenfeld. Music by Manuel Klein. Lyrics by Sidney Rosenfeld and Manuel Klein. Produced by Frederic Thompson at the New York Hippodrome (NYC - 1905 - 06) starring Power's Elephants, Gaudschmidt's Acrobatic Clowns, Vinella Performing Stallions, The Borsinis ("Rolling Globe Artists"), The Flying Dunbars (Aerialists"), The Four Webbs (Acrobats), Wulff's Leaping Hounds, Ralph Johnstone ("Bicyclist Extraordinary"), etc. Directed by Edwin P. Temple. Songs include: "Morning in the Gypsy Camp," Arrival of the Gypsies," "Tainted Gold," etc.
92 Society Fad, A : "The Eccentric Farce" by John G. Wilson. Produced by Russell's Comedians at the Bijou Theatre (NYC - No date) starring William Cameron, John Jennings, Dan Daly, Luke Schoolcraft, Tyrone Power (Father of the film star), Margaret Fitzpatrick, Nellie Parker, Kate Uart, etc.
92 Society Girl : "A New Play" by John Larkin, Jr. (From a story by Charles Beahan). Produced by William Brandt at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Edna West, Claire Luce, Donald Blackwell, John Taylor, Briamn Donlevy, Russell Hardie, Helen Shipman, etc. Directed by Stanley Logan.
92 Sodom And Gomorrah : Book by Jean Giraudoux (Translated by Herman Briffault). Produced by the Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - 1957) starring Peter O' Toole, Wendy Hutchinson, Peter Heffrey, Donald Pickering, John Woodvine, Sheila Allen, Raymond Llewellyn, Terry Harding, etc. Directed by John Moody.
92 Soiree De Varietes : Produced by The Braconne (Army) Service Club (Braconne, France - 1958) starring the French Army Choir, the Braconne Jazz Combo, Marschalkowski the Magician, etc. Directed by Roland Naftule.
92 Soldier From The Wars Returning : Book by David Campton. Produced by The School of Dramatic Art at The Box (University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa - 1980) starring Nicola Rebola, Barbara Johnson and Paul Denham. Directed by Ian Steadman.
92 Soldier of Fortune, The : "The Favorite Comedy" produced at the Varieties Theatre (No location or date listed) starring Mark Smith, etc. Billed with "La Sultana," "Mischief Making," etc.
92 Soldiers : "Drama" by Rolf Hochhuth (Translated by Robert D. MacDonald). Various productions (1968 - 69) starring John Colicos, George Coulouris, Joanna Dunham, Raymond Huntley, William Russell, John Carlisle, Russell Hunter, Basil Langton, Tony Church, Eric House, Joseph Shaw, Ronald Bishop, George Boyd, Leonardo Cimino, Fionnuala Flanagan, Max Howard, Donald Woods, etc. Originally produced in London (1968) by Michael White, Norman Granz and Kenneth Tynan and directed by Clifford Williams. Originally produced on Broadway (1968) by Herman Shumlin, Zev Bufman and Raphael Silver by arrangement with Kenneth Tynan and directed by Ralph Koltai.
92 Soldiers Of Fortune : Book by Richard Harding Davis. Produced at the Savoy Theater (NYC - 1902) starring Robert Edeson, Gabriel Ravenelle, Charles Ongley, Edward Dresser, Ira A. Hards, Charles Abbott, Guy Bates Post, Dorothy Donnelly (Portrayed by Merle Oberon in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart"), Byron Ongley, etc. Directed by Augustus Thomasa.
92 Soldier's Daughter, The : "The Comedy" produced at various theatres throughout Great Britain (1810 - 32). Billed with "The Bee-Hive," "Honest Thieves," "Billy Taylor," etc.
92 Soldier's Play, A : Book by Charles Fuller. Various productions (1981 - 84) starring Charles Brown, Adolph Caesar, Peter Friedman, David Alan Grier, Samuel L. Jackson, Brent Jennings, James Pickens, Jr., Denzel Washington, Graham Brown, O.L. Duke, Cedric Turner, Robert Gosett, Mike Hodge, etc. Originally produced (1981) by The Negro Ensemble Company and directed by Douglas Turner Ward.
92 Soldier's Wife : "Tender Play" by Rose Franken. Produced by William Brown Meloney at the John Golden Theatre (NYC - 1944) starring Martha Scott, Myron McCormick, Glenn Anders, Frieda Inescort and Lili Darvas. Directed by Rose Franken.
92 Solid Gold Cadillac, The : "A Comedy" by Howard Teichmann and George S. Kaufman. Various productions (1953 - 2009) starring Josephine Hull (Most famous for her roles in "Arsenic and Old Lace" and "Harvey" on stage and film), Loring Smith, Wendell K. Phillips, Reynold Evans, Henry Jones, Vera Fuller Mellish, Carl Judd, Ruth McDevitt, Harry Williams, Courtland Collier, Harvey Layton, John E. Nagy, Alma Lind, Myron Selwyn, BIllie Burke (Most famous as "Glinda, The Good Witch" in the film, "The Wizard of Oz". Wife of Florenz Ziegfeld. Portrayed by Myrna Loy in the 1936 biopic, "The Great Ziegfeld"), Milo Boulton, Iggie Wolfington, Sam Powell, Larry Kiick, Ruth Meyer, Harold Frank, Guy Adams, Gary Tipton, Patricia Hardy, Walter Windsor, Lanier Watt, Neil Hamilton (Most famous as "Commissioner Gordon" on television's "Batman"), Ben Avery, Leo Graves, Henry Pente, Pete Slate, Manny Lax, Shirl Jones, James Anthony, the voice of Fred Allen, Nancy Robinette, Michael Goodwin, Laura Dunlop, Russell Jonas, Daniel Kenner, etc. Originally produced (1953) by Max Gordon and directed by George S. Kaufman.
92 Solidarity Forever : Book by Roy S. Waldou. Produced by the Yale University School of Drama (New Haven - 1956) starring Norman Cohen, Frank Nash, Liz Winship, Francine Parker, Marion Cox, etc. Directed by John Frid as A Drama 140 Production in the Experimental Theatre.
92 Solitaire : "A New Play" by John Van Druten (Based on the novel by Edwin Corle). Produced by Dwight Deere Wiman at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1942) starring Pat Hitchcock (Daughter of Alfred Hitchcock), Sally Bates, Victor Kilian (Most famous as "The Fernwood Flasher" on television's "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman"), Tony Albert, Ben Smith, etc. Directed by Dudley Digges.
92 Solitaire/Double Solitaire : Book by Robert Anderson. Produced by Gilbert Cates, Roy N. Nevans and Albert J. Schiff at various theatres (1971) starring John Cromwell (Film director and father of James Cromwell), Joyce Ebert, Will Fenno, Ruth Nelson, Richard Ventrure, etc. Directed by Arvin Brown.
93 Solitary Confinement : Book by Rupert Holmes (Composer and performer of "Escape - The Pina Colada Song"). Produced by Gladys Nederlander, James M. and Charlene Nederlander and Roger L. Stevens in association with Normand Kurtz at the Nederlander Theatre (NYC - 1992) starring Stacy Keach, Samuel Tate, Art Calvin, Carl Huffman, Jane Rollins, etc. Directed by Kenneth Frankel and Marshall W. Mason.
93 Solo Song For Doc, A : "A Ruthless Comedy of Dignity Under Oppression" by James Alan McPherson. Produced by the Court Studio at the University of Chicago at the Reynolds Club Theatre (Chicago - No date) starring Ernest Perry, Jr., Chuck Smith and Vince Viverito. Directed by Arnold Aprill.
93 Solomon's Child : Book by Tom Dulack. Produced by Francois de Menil and Harris Maslansky at the Little Theatre (NYC - 1982) starring Anthony Zerbe, John McMartin, Joanna Merlin, Tom Nardini, Evan Handler, Ellis Williams, etc. Directed by John Tillinger.
93 Some Baby : "The Fun Carnival" by Zellah Covington and Jules Simonson (Revised by Percival Knight). Produced by S.J. Maurice at the Shubert Theatre (No location - 1916) starring Geraldine Malone, Georgie Harvey, Marise Naughton, John Gardner, Harry Sloan, John Keefe, etc. Directed by Percival Knight.
93 Some Enchanted Evening : "The Songs of Rodgers and Hammerstein" produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Coconut Grove, FL - 1987) starring Ernestine Jackson, Marcia King, Liz Larsen, Russ Thacker and Martin Vidnovic. Directed by Jeffrey Moss. Songs include: "Surrey With the Fringe On Top," "I Enjoy Being a Girl," "I Have Dreamed," "Som Enchanted Evening," "The Sound of Music," "If I Loved You," "A Fellow Needs a Girl," "Mr. Snow," "Shall We Dance," "Bali Hai," "This Nearly Was Mine," "Younger Than Springtime," "Happy Talk," "Oklahoma," "Some Enchanted Evening," etc.
93 Some Men Need Help : Book by John Ford Noonan. Produced by Frank Gero, Mark Gero and Chris Gero at the 47th Street Theatre (NYC - 1982) starring Philip Bosco and Treat Williams. Directed by John Ferraro.
93 Somebody Else : "The Charming Musical Farce" produced at the Boston Museum (MA - 1872) starring F. Hardenbergh, Hart Conway, J.A. Smith, Fred Williams and Fannie Skerritt. Billed with "Mrs. Walthrop's Boarders".
93 Somebody's Lion : "The 33rd Annual Production of The Mask and Wig Club" of the University of Pennsylvania (All-male performance group) at the Metropolitan Opera House (NYC - No date) starring F.H. Ledyard, J.H. Hoff, C.E. Cane, Rex D. Wray, etc. Directed by Charles S. Morgan, Jr. Music and lyrics by Charles Gilpin.
93 Somebody's Sweetheart : "The Musical Play" with book and lyrics by Alonzo Price. Music by Antonio Bafunno. Produced by Arthur Hammerstein at various theatres (1918 - 19) starring Albert Sackett, Walter Scanlon, Eve Fallon, Arthur Klein, Frank Gill, Mabel Taylor, Royal Cutter, etc. Directed by Alonzo Price. Songs include: "Spain," "Girl of My Heart," "Somebody's Sweetheart," "On Wings of Doubt," "The Old Fashioned Way," "Then I'll Marry You," etc.
93 Someone Waiting : "A New Play" by Emlyn Williams. Various productions (1956 -70) staring Leo G. Carroll (Co-star of television's "The Man From U.N.C.L.E."), Jessie Royce Landis, Howard St. John, Robert Hardy, Bill Petry, Ellen Black, Ron Speegle, Jean Rumfalo, Kay Early, Olivia Bramforth, William Keene, Virginia Grant, etc. Originally produced (1956) by Eddie Rich and directed by Allen Davis.
93 Someone's Comin' Hungry : "A New Play" by McCrea Imbrie and Neil Selden. Produced by Preston Fischer and Bruce W. Paltrow (Father of Gwyneth Paltrow) at the Pocket Theatre (NYC - 1969) starring Cleavon Little ("Blazing Saddles," etc. on film), Jane Hoffman, W. Benson Terry, Jonelle Allen and Blythe Danner (Wife of Bruce W. Paltrow. Mother of Gwyneth Paltrow.). Directed by Burt Brinckerhoff.
93 Somersaults? : "A New Romantic Comedy" by Aleksei Arbuzov (Translated by Ariadne Nicolaeff). Produced by The Kennedy Center and James M. Nederlander in association with Cheryl Crawford at the Eisenhower Theatre at the Kennedy Center (Washington, DC - No date) starring Mary Martin and Anthony Quayle. Directed by Edwin Sherin.
93 Something About A Soldier : "A New Play" by Ernest Kinoy (Based on the novel by Mark Harris). Produced by The Theatre Guild and Dore Schary by arrangement with Herbert Brodkin at the Ambassador Theatre (NYC - 1962) starring Sal Mineo, Kevin McCarthy, Ralph Meeker, David Doyle (Television's "Charlie's Angels"), Robert Donley, Ken Kercheval (Television's "Dallas"), Sid Raymond, Anthony Roberts (Tony Roberts), Alan Mixon, Gretchen Walther, etc. Directed by Dore Schary (President of MGM Studios, 1951 -56).
93 Something Different : or "Carl Reiner's Something Different" by Carl Reiner. Produced at various theatres (1967) starring Bob Dishy, Gabriel Dell (Most famous as a member of the "Dead End Kids" on stage and film), Linda Lavin (Television's Alice"), Helena Carroll, Victoria Zussin, Claudia McNeil ("A Raisin in the Sun" on stage and film), Maureen Arthur, etc. Directed by Carl Reiner.
93 Something For The Boys : Book by Herbert and Dorothy Fields (Brother and Sister. Children of Lew Fields). Music and lyrics by Cole Porter (Portrayed by Cary Grant in the 1945 biopic, "Night and Day," by Ron Randell in the 1953 film "Kiss Me Kate" and by Kevin Kline in the 2004 biopic, "De-Lovely".). Produced by Michael Todd (Husband of Elizabeth Taylor, Joan Blondell, etc) at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1943) starring Ethel Merman, Betty Bruce, Jed Prouty, Allen Jenkins, Betty Garrett (Wife of Larry Parks), Mavis Mims, etc. Directed by Hassard Short and Herbert Fields. Choreographed by Jack Cole. Songs include: "See That You're Born in Texas," "Something For the Boys," "Hey, Good Lookin' ," "The Leader of a Big Time Band," "I'm in Love With a Soldier Boy," "There's a Happy Land in the Sky," "He's a Right Guy," "Could It Be You?," etc.
93 Something In The Air : "A New Musical Comedy" by Arthur Macrae, Archie Menzies and Jack Hulbert. Music by Manning Sherwin. Lyrics by Harold Purcell and Max Kester. Produced by Tom Arnold and Lee Ephraim in association with Emile Littler at the Palace Theatre (London - 1944) starring Jack Hulbert, Cicely Courtneidge, Jean Gillie, Ronald Shiner, Truman Taylor, etc. Directed by Jack Hulbert. Songs include: "Ladies' Day," "The Air Force Didn't Want Me," "Nineteen Thirty-Nine," "Boopsie," "You've Done Something to Me," "You Happen Once in a Lifetime," etc.
93 Something More! : "A New Musical Comedy" by Nate Monaster. Music by Sammy Fain. Lyrics by Marilyn and Alan Bergman (Husband and wife). Produced by Lester Osterman at the Eugene O' Neill Theatre (NYC - 1964) starring Arthur Hill (Television's "Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law"), Barbara Cook ("The Music Man," "She Loves Me," etc), Ronny Graham (Television's "Mr. Dirt"), Joan Copeland, Peg Murray, Jo Jo Smith, Paula Kelly (Co-star of "Sweet Charity" on stage and film), Neva Small, Hal Linden (Television's "Barney Miller"), Taylor Reed, etc. Directed by Jule Styne. Choreographed by Bob Herget. Songs include: "Something More," "Don't Make a Move," "I've Got Nothin' to Do," "I Feel Like New Year's Eve," "Life is Too Short," etc.
93 Something Wild In The Country : or "Orpheus Descending" by Tennessee Williams. Produced by The Producers Theatre at the Shubert Theatre (Washington, DC - 1957) starring Maureen Stapleton, Robert Loggia (Television's "T.H.E. Cat"), Lois Smith, Joanna Ross, Jane Rose (Co -star of television's "Phyllis"), Robert Webber, etc. Directed by Harold Clurman.
93 Something's Afoot : Book, music and lyrics by James McDonald, David Vos and Robert Gerlach. Additional music by Ed Linderman. Various productions (1976 - 83) starring Tessie O' Shea, Gary Beach, Marc Jordan, Neva Small, Liz Sheridan (Co-star of television's Seinfeld"), Sel Vitella, Olivia Breeze, James Cairncross, Pip Hinton, Margaret Courtenay, Simon Green, Christina Clark, Anthony Reich, Constance Geis, Dudley Stevens, Peter Bayliss, etc. Originally produced in the United States by Emanuel Azenberg, Dasha Epstein and John Mason Kirby and directed and choreographed by Tony Tanner. Songs include: "A Marvelous Weekend," "Carry On," "The Man With the Ginger Moustache," "You Fell Out of the Sky," "Dinghy," "New Day," etc.
93 Sometime : "The Musical Romance" with book and lyrics by Rida Johnson Young. Music by Rudolph Friml. Produced by Arthur Hammerstein (Uncle of Oscar Hammerstein II) at various theatres (1918 - 20) starring Frank Tinney, Jean White, Mary McDonald, Ruby Nevins, Charles De Haven, Herbert Corthell, Mae West, Fred Nice, etc. Directed by Oscar Eagle. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster.
93 Somewhere Else : "A Musical Fantasy" with book and lyrics by Avery Hopwood. Music by Gustav Luders. Produced by Henry W. Savage at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - 1913) starring Cecil Cunningham, Will Philbrick, Ellen Leska, Franklyn Farnum, Marion Whitney, Florida Bellaire, etc. Directed by Frank Smithson. Choreographed by David Marion. Songs include: "How Do You Do," "As Birds Greet Morning Skies," "Love at First Sight," "The Boy Scouts," "Dingle Dangle," etc.
93 Son, The : Book by William Saroyan. Produced at the Circle Theatre (NYC - 1950) starring Ardelle Odone, Chris Mailo, Bert Remsen, Pauline Myers, Maxwell Glanville, etc. Directed by Norman Hall.
93 Son - Daughter, The : "A Play of New China" by George Scarborough and David Belasco. Produced by David Belasco at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Lenore Ulric, Marion Abbott, Jane Ferrell, Edmond Lowe, Albert Bruning, John Willard, Olive West, etc.
93 Son Et Lumiere : Book by Robert Gittings. Produced at St. Paul's Cathedral (London - 1968) starring John Neville, Ralph Richardson, Alec Guinness, The Cathedral Choir, etc. Directed by Christopher Ede.
93 Son Of Rest, A : "The Musical Comedy" by George Weston. Music by Max S. Witt. Produced at various theatres (1904) starring Nat M. Wills, Will Archie, George E. Murphy, Georgia Irving, Sylvia Starr, Ida Wesner, etc. Directed and choreographed by Sam Marion. Songs include; "Demure and Shy," "Roaming in the Gloaming," "Had She Only Let Me Dream and Hour More," etc.
93 Son Of Spread Eagle : "A Topical Revue" by Herb Sufrin. Produced at The Washington Theater Club (NYC- 1967) starring Earl Doud, Phil Stern, Ralph Strait, Howard Girven, Joan Porter, John Hillerman (Co-star of television's "Magnum PI"), Colin Hamilton, etc. Directed by Davey Marlin-Jones. Choreographed by Yoshiko. Songs include: "Romney Romp" (Based on 1968 Presidential candidate George Romney - Father of Mitt Romney), "In the Public Interest," "Who Cares?," "The Ronald Reagan School of the Air," "I'm Fond ' A My Honda," "Jolly Ex-President Johnson," etc.
93 Song And Dance : Book by Richard Maltby, Jr. Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Lyrics by Don Black. Produced by Cameron MacKintosh at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1985) starring Bernadette Peters, Christopher d' Amoise (Son of Jacques d' Amboise), Gregg Burge, Charlotte d' Amboise (Daughter of Jacques d' Amboise), Gregory Mitchell, Scott Wise, etc. Directed by Richard Maltby, Jr. Choreographed by Peter Martins. Songs include: "Take That look Off Your Face," "So Much To Do In New York," "English Girls," "Capped Teeth and Caesar Salad," "I Love New York," "Let Me Finish," etc.
93 Song And Dance Man, The : "New American Dramatic Comedy" by George M. Cohan (Portrayed by James Cagney on film, Mickey Rooney on television and Joel Grey on stage). Various productions (1923 - 28) starring George M. Cohan, William Walcott, Louis Calhern, Robert Cummings (Not the film and television star), Mayo Methot (Wife of Humphrey Bogart), Al Bushee, Lynne Overman, James Dunn (Oscar winning actor for his role in "a Tree Grows in Brooklyn"), Frank Wilcox, Clay Cody, Josephine Fox, Dorothy Holmes, etc.
93 Song For A Broken Horn : Book by Hugh M. Hill. Music by Quincy Porter. Produced by the Yale University Division of the Arts/The Department of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1952) starring Vinnette Justine Carroll, Hugh M. Hill, Phim Hall and Lee I. Clark. Directed by Bert Smith.
93 Song Of Bernadette, The : "The Stage Version" by Jean and Walter Kerr (Based on the Novel by Franz Werfel). Various productions (1946 - 58) starring Elizabeth Ross, Jean Mann, Whit Vernon, Bruce Hall, Michael Vallon, Francis Compton, Richard Karlan, Ouida Muller, Virginia Brennan, Roy Norman, etc. Originally produced (1946) by Victor Payne-Jennings and Frank McCoy and directed by Walter Kerr.
93 Song of Norway : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection - See "Opera and Operetta Programs" by title.
93 Song Of Songs, The : "An American Play" by Edward Sheldon (Based upon the novel by Hermann Sudermann). Produced by A.H. Woods at various theatres (1915 - 26) starring Maude Allan, Helena Rapport, Mary Forrest, Ethel Thompson, Irene Fenwick, John Coss, Cyril Keightley, Lewis Dix, Dorothy Donnelly (Portrayed by Merle Oberon in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart"), Ernest Glendinning, etc. Directed by Byron Ongley.
93 Song Of The Flame : "A Romantic Opera" with book and lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II. Music by Herbert Stothart and George Gershwin (Portrayed by Robert Alda in the 1945 biopic, "Rhapsody in Blue"). Various productions (1926 - 39) starring Greek Evans, Tessa Kosta, Dorothy Mackaye, Hugh Cameron, Bernard Gorcey (Father of Leo Gorcey), Ula Sharon, Guy Robertson, Edmund Fitzpatrick, Desiree Ellinger, Shep Camp, Robert Chisholm, Nancy McCord, Doris Patston, Joseph Vitale, Norma Gallo,,etc.
93 Song Of the Lusitanian Bogey : Book by Peter Weiss (Translated by Lee Baxendall). Produced by The Negro Ensemble Company at the Loretto-Hilton Center for the Performing Arts (St. Louis - 1969) starring Rosalind Cash, David Downing, Arthur French, Onike Lee, Anita Wilson, Esther Rolle (Television's "Good Times"), etc. Directed by Michael A. Schultz. Choreographed by Louis Johnson.
93 Song Of The Sword, The : "A New and Original Romantic Drama" by Leo Ditrichstein. Produced by Daniel Frohman at various theatres (1899 - 1900) starring E.H. Sothern, Virginia Harned, Rowland Buckstone, Norman Paar, Frank Beamish, Edward Fowler, Edward Lester, etc. Directed by Edward E. Rose.
93 Songbird, The : "A Comedy With Music" by Frederic and Fanny Hatton. Produced by H.H. Frazee at the Empire Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1921) starring Marguerita Sylva, Arthur Barry, Florence Eldridge (Wife of Fredric March), Silvio Casali, John Craig, Grant Stewart, Brandon Peters, Elliott Nugent, etc. Directed by Robert Milton.
93 Sonny : "Melody Play" by George V. Hobart. Music by Raymond Hubbell. Lyrics by George V. Hobart. Produced by The Selwyns at the Cort Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Carl Randall, Berta Donne, Emma Dunn, Ernest Glendinning, Estelle Howard, Nate Goodwin, James Kilpatrick, Violet Gray, Dorothy Clark, etc. Directed by George V. Hobart. Choreographed by Carl Randall. Songs include: "I'm In Love, Dear," "Dream," Sonny," "My Chum" and "Peaches".
93 Sons O' Fun : "New Crazy Musical" by Hal Block and Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson. Music and lyrics by Jack Yellen and Sam E. Fain. Produced by The Messrs.Shubert at the Winter Garden Theatre (NYC - 1941) starring Ole Johnson and Chic Johnson, Carmen Miranda, Ella Logan ("Finian's Rainbow," etc.), Frank Libuse, Rosario and Antonio, Joe Besser ("The Three Stooges"), The Blackburn Twins, etc. Directed by Edward Duryea Dowling. Choreographed by Robert Alton. Songs include: "The Joke's On Us," "Happy in Love," "Thank You, South America," "Thank You, North America," "It's A Mighty Fine Country We Have Here," "Manuelo," "Let's Say Goodnight With a Dance," etc.
93 Sons O' Guns : Book by Fred Thompson and Jack Donohue (Portrayed by Ray Bolger in the 1949 biopic, "Look for the Silver Lining"). Music and lyrics by Arthur Swanstrom, Benny Davis and J.Fred Coots (Most famous as the composer of "Santa Claus is Coming to Town"). Produced by Bobby Connolly and Arthur Swanstrom at the Imperial Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Jack Donohue, Shirley Valentine, Lily Damita (By arrangement with Samuel Goldwyn), William Frawley (Television's "I Love Lucy"), Milton Watson, Gwendolyn Milne, Marion Chambers, Frances Markey, Philip Tonge, etc. Directed by Bobby Connelly. Choreographed by Albertina Rasch and Harry Holbrook. Songs include: "The Younger Set," "May I Say I Love You," "The Can-Canola," "Let's Merge," "Sentimental Melody," "The Victory Parade," "There's A Rainbow On The Way," etc.
93 Sons Of Erin, The : or "Modern Sentiment" produced at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London - 1812). Billed with "The Prize," etc.
93 Sons Of The Cape! : or "Life's Lee Shore" by J.S. Jones. Produced at the Boston Museum (MA - 1866) starring George Helster, Julius Eichberg, W. Marden, etc.
93 Sons Of The Prophet : "A New Play" by Stephen Karam. Produced by the Roundabout Theater Company at the Laura Pels Theatre/Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre (NYC - 2011) starring Santino Fontana, Joanna Gleason, Chris Perfetti, Yusef Bulos, Dee Nelson, Charles Socarides, Lizbeth MacKay and Jonathan Louis Dent. Directed by Peter DuBois.
93 Soon : "A Rock Opera" by Martin Duberman (Based on an original story by Joseph Martinez Kookoolis and Scott Fagan). Music by Joseph M. Kookoolis and Scott Fagan. Lyrics by Scott Fagan. Produced by Bruce W. Stark and Sagittarius Productions at The Ritz Theatre (NYC - 1971) starring Peter Allen (Husband of Liza Minnelli), Barry Bostwick, Angus Cairns, Nell Carter (Television's "Gimme A Break"), Larry Spinelli, Marta Heflin (Niece of Van Heflin), Marion Ramsey, Richard Gere, etc. Directed by Martin Duberman and Gerald Freedman. Choreographed by Fred Benjamin. Songs include: "Let the World Begin Again," "In Your Hands," "Roll Out the Morning," "Henry Is Where It's At," "To Touch the Sky," "Doing the High," etc.
93 Sophia : "The New Play" by Robert Buchanan. (Based on the novel "Tom Jones" by Henry Fielding). Various productions (1886 - 87) starring Kyrle Bellew, Harry Edwards, Charles Groves, James Shannon, Annie Robe, Evelyn Granville, Alfred Hudson, William Seymour, Edgar L. Davenport, Annie Clarke, Charles Warner, Fred Thorne, Fuller Mellish, Lottie Venne, Rose Leclercq, etc.
93 Sophie (By P. Pruneau) : "A New Musical" by Philip Pruneau (Based on the life of Sophie Tucker). Music and lyrics by Steve Allen. Produced by Len Bedsow and Hal Grossman in association with Michael Pollock and Max Fialkov at the Winter Garden Theatre (NYC - 1963) starring Libi Staiger (As "Sophie Tucker"), Art Lund, Rosetta LeNoire, Berta Gersten, Eddie Roll, Patsi King, Ted Thurston, Davis Thomas, Phil Leeds (As "William Morris"), John Drew, etc. Directed by Jack Sydow. Choreographed by Donald Saddler. Songs include: "Red Hot Mama," "Sunshine Face," "I'll Show Them All," "Queen of the Burlesque Wheel," "When You Carry Your Own Suitcase," "Hold On to Your Hats," "Don't Look Back," "When I'm In Love," I've Got Them Standing In Line," etc.
93 Sophie (By G. Ross)) : or "Sophie Halenczik, American" by George Ross and Rose C. Feld (Based on the stories by Rose C. Feld). Produced by Meyer Davis and George Ross at The Playhouse (NYC - 1944) starring Katina Paxinou, Will Geer (Most famous as "Grandpa" on television's "The Waltons"), Richard Deane, Donald Buka, John Harmon, etc. Directed by Michael Gordon.
93 Sophisticated Ladies : or "Duke Ellington's Sophisticated Ladies" by Donald McKayle (Based on the music of Duke Ellington). Various productions (1981 - 2010) starring Gregory Hines, Maurice Hines (Brother of Gregory Hines), Judith Jamison, Phyllis Hyman, P.J. Benjamin, Gary Chapman, Mercedes Ellington (Daughter of Mercer Ellington), Donna Drake, Hinton Battle, Gregg Burge, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Ira Hawkins, Cassie Abate, Sam J. Cahn, Janine Divita, Marva Hicks, Sabra Lewis, Tany Mansker, John Manzari, Leo Manzari, Mary Milbern, Karla Mosley, Kristyn Pope, etc. Originally produced (1981) by Roger S. Berlind, Manheim Fox, Sondra Gilman, Burton L. Litwin, and Louise Westergaard in association with Belwin Mills, directed by Michael Smuin and choreographed by Henry Le Tang, Donald McKayle and Michael Smuin. Music under the supervision of Mercer Ellington (Son of Duke Ellington). Songs include: "It Don't Mean a Thing," "Take the 'A' Train," "Solitude," "I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart," "Caravan," "In A Sentimental Mood," "Mood Indigo," "Sophisticated Lady," etc.
93 Sophisticrats, The : "A Farce Comedy" by Kenneth Phillips Britton. Produced by Shepard Traube at the Bijou Theatre (NYC - 1933) starring Ben Lackland, Marjori Jarecki, Carl Benton Reid, Forrest Orr, Helen Brooks, Lewis Martin, etc. Directed by Shepard Traube.
93 Sorcerer, The (No Author Listed) : or "The Brothers of Catania" produced at the Surrey Theatre (London - 1831). Billed with "Cinderella," etc.
93 Sorcerer, The (Gilbert and Sullivan) : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection. See - "Gilbert and Sullivan Collection" by title.
93 Sorciere, La : "Drama" by Victorien Sardou. Produced in Paris (1906) starring Sarah Bernhardt ("World's Greatest Actress"), Lou Tellegen, etc. Directed by William F. Connor.
93 Sore Throats : Book by Howard Brenton. Produced by the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis (1983) starring Joan MacIntosh and Denise Stephenson. Directed by Jan Eliasberg.
93 Sorrow Beyond Dreams, A : "A Memoir" by Peter Handke (Translated by Ralph Manheim). Produced by The St, Nicholas Theater Company (Chicago - 1981) starring John Malkovich. Directed by Robert Falls.
93 Sorrows Of Frederick, The : "A New Play" by Romulus Linney. Produced by Albert Marre at the Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles - 1967) starring Fritz Weaver, Albert Dekker ("Dr. Cyclops," etc. on film), Nancy Marchand ("Marty," Lou Grant," "The Sopranos," etc. on television), George Coulouris, Bruce Glover, Ivor Francis, etc. Directed by Albert Marre ("The Hollywood Ten").
93 Soudan, The : "The Grand Romantic Play" by Henry Pettitt and Augustus Harris. Produced at the Boston Theatre (MA - 1890 - 91) starring Henry Nevill, S.E. Springer, Frank Losee, Nestor Lennon, Eleanor Moretti, Belle Rose, etc. Directed by Lawrence McCarty.
93 Soul Kiss, The : "Musical Entertainment" with book and lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Music by Maurice Levi. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr. (Portrayed by William Powell in the 1936 biopic, "The Great Ziegfeld" and in the 1946 film revue, "Ziegfeld Follies," by Walter Pidgeon in the 1968 biopic, "Funny Girl" and by Paul Shenar in the 1978 TV biopic, "Ziegfeld: The Man and His Woman) at the New York Theatre (NYC - 1908) starring Adeline Genee, Eva Francis, Daisy Rudd,Cecil Lean, Marian Hartman, Grace Rankin, May Harris, Homer Potter, etc. Songs include: "When The Swallows Return in the Spring," "Meet Me At the Tabarin," "My Affinity," "My Diablo Beau," "The Soul Kiss," "Happy Day March," etc.
93 Soul Revealed, A : "The Big 4 Act Comedy-Drama" by Nelson J. Buckwheet starring Frank Mackey, N.J. Buckwheet, O.M. Paul, Kitty Ray, Nell Singer, etc. No location or date listed.
93 Sound Fields - Are We Hear : Book by Megan Terry, Sora Kimberlain and Jo Ann Schmidman. Produced at the Magic Theatre (Omah, NE - No date) starring Hollie McClay and Jon Lindley.
93 Sound Of Hunting, A : "A New Play" by Harry Brown. Produced by Irving L. Jacobs at various theatres (1945) starring Sam Levene ("Guys and Dolls," etc.), Frank Lovejoy, Carl Frank George Tyne, Bruce Evans, Stacy Harris, Burton Lancaster (Burt Lancaster), etc. Directed by Anthony Brown.
93 Sound Of Murder, The : Book by William Fairchild. Produced by The Very Little Theatre (Eugene Oregon - 1991) starring Scott Mulhern, Tami Dingle, Mark William Garner, George Spelvin, Laurie Ehlhardt, etc. Directed by Dennis Dolan.
93 Sound Of Music, The (2 Folders) : Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse (Based on "The Trapp Family Singers" by Maria Augusta Trapp). Music by Richard Rodgers (Portrayed by Tom Drake in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Lyrrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. Variious productions (1959 - 2004) starring Mary Martin, Theodore Bikel, Patricia Neway, Kurt Kaszner, Marion Marlowe ("The Arthur Godfrey Show"), John Randolph, Lauri Peters, Nan McFarland, Jim Ballard, Lindsay K. Northern, Chris Bock, Shirley Jones, Patrick Cassidy (Son of Jack Cassidy and Shirley Jones), Sarah Jessica Parker, Toby Parker, Barbara Meister, John Myhers, Beatrice Krebs, Jack Collins, Paige O' Hara (The voice of "Belle" in the film Beauty and the Beast"), Ian Stuart, Barbara Cook ("The Music Man," "She Loves Me," etc.), Blanche Thebom, Lee Wallace, Priscilla West, Cynthia Leigh Pierson, Jack Helseth, Brenda Radloff, Pieter Scholtz, Martha Wright, John Baragrey, Sally Soldo, Mel Dacus, Marilyn Landers, Kenneth Smith, Florence Henderson, Jane Rose (Co-star of television's "Phyllis"), Chistopher Norris (Co-star of television's "Trapper John, MD"), Ed Dixon, Robert Cuccioli, Meg Bussert, Joy Franz, John Van Dreelen, Rebecca Luker, Michael Siberry, Kirby Smiht, Jeannie Carson, Nancy Dussault (Co-star of television's "Too Close For Comfort"), Ann Blyth, Sandy Duncan, Dany Lockin (Co-starof "Hello, Dolly! on stage and film), Webb Tilton, Sally Ann Howes, Jerry Lester (Television's first late night host - "Broadway Open House" - forerunner of "The Tonight Show"), Nancy Radcliffe, Bernadette Peters, Toni Carlson, George L. Northrup, Bob Wright, Patricia Morison, Werner Klemperer (Television's "Hogan's Heroes"), Ruth Gillette, Bill Katt (William Katt - star of television's "The Greatest American Hero". Son of Barbara Hale and Bill Williams), Constance Towers (Wife of Jahn Gavin), Reid Klein, M' El Dowd, Nadine Lewis, etc. Originally produced (1959) by Leland Hayward, Richard Halliday (Husband of Mary Martin), Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, directed by Vincent J. Donohue and choreographed by Joe Layton. Songs include: "The Sound of Music," "Maria," "My Favorite Things," Do Re Mi," "You Are Sixteen," "The Lonely Goatherd," "So Long, Farewell," "Climb Every Mountain," "An Ordinary Couple," etc.
93 Sour Grapes : "A Comedy" by Vincent Lawrence. Produced by William Harris, Jr. at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1926) starring Alice Brady (Best Supporting Oscar winner for the film, "In Old Chicago"), John Halliday, Frank Conroy, James Kearney and Flora Sheffield.
93 South : Book by Julien Green. Produced at the Arts Theatre Club (London - 1961) starring Clare Austin, Denholm Elliott (By courtesy of British Lion Film Corporation), Joan Young, Rita Stevens, Buddy Yip, etc. Directed by Peter Hall.
93 South Before The War : Book by Harry Martell. Produced at the Grand Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1897) starring Frank A. Howard, Billy Williams, Josie Earle, Katie Carter, Will Reid, etc. Billed with a selection of vaudeville acts: Mme. Louise Sylvester ("The Black Nightengale"), Symonds and Rastus ("The Original Hop Tomales"), Katei Carter ("The Dancing Wonder"), etc.
94 South Pacific (O. Hammerstein, 2nd - 3 Folders) : "A New Musical Play" by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd and Joshua Logan (Adapted from "Tales of the South Pacific" by James A. Michener). Music by Richard Rogers (Portrayed by Tom Drake in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. Various productions (1949 - 2008) starring Mary Martin, Ezio Pinza, Myron McCormick, Juanita Hall, Martin Wolfson, Harvey Stevens, William Tabbert, Betta St. John, Barbara Luna, Archie Savage, Henry Slate, Biff McGuire, Richard Loo, Alex Nicol, Jerome Hines, Nancy Dussault (Co-star of television's "Too Close for Comfort"), Jerry Lester (Television's first late night host - "Broadway Open House"), James Woods, Martha Wright, George Britton, Gene Saks (Husband of Beatrice Arthur), Jack Weston, Shirley Jones, Florence Henderson, Giorgio Tozzi, Lyle Talbot, David Doyle (Co-star of television's "Charlie's Angels"), Robert Ito, Bobbi Baird, Elizabeth Allen, Cliff Norton, Reid Shelton ("Daddy Warbucks" in the original production of "Annie"), Ray Middleton ("Annie Get Your Gun," etc.), Janet Blair, Richard Eastham, Ray Walston, Robert Emmett Keane, Alan Baxter, Connie Russell, Irene Bordini, Betsy Palmer (A regular panelist on television's "I've Got a Secret"), Alan North (Co-star of television's "Police Squad"), Murvyn Vye, Tom Pedi, Roger Rico, Martha Right, Gene Hollmann, Betty Jane Watson, Iva Withers, Allen Gerrard, Benny Baker, Allyn Ann McLerie ("Where's Charlie?," "Miss Liberty," etc.), William Chapman, Wesley Addy (Husband of Celeste Holm), Stanley Grover, Penny Fuller, Dort Clark, Kathleen Nolan (Co-star of television's "The Real McCoys"), Barney Martin (Co-star of television's "Seinfeld"), Mary La Roche, Gene Hollmann, John Clegg, Cecilia Allen, Leesa Troy, Kirby Hoke, Daniel Ferro, Cynthia Bennefield, Eileen Nielson, Jim Gotch, Sylvia Syms, Richard Collett, Carol Lawrence ("West Side Story," "Saratoga," etc. Wife of Robert Goulet.), Sandra Deel, John D. Baldwin, Jan Ford, Rosemary O' Reilly, James Norbert, Howard Keel, Marni Nixon (The dubbed singing voice on film for Deborah Kerr in "The King and I," Natalie Wood in "West Side Story" and Audrey Hepburn in "My Fair Lady".), Dick O' Neill, Joe Spinelli, Winnifred Smith King, Frances B. Van Houten, Bruce Kirby (Father of Bruno Kirby), Gabriel Dell (An Original member of the "Dead End Kids" on stage and film), Anita Morris ("Nine," etc. Wife of Grover Dale.), Diane Willis, Jack Houts, Mindy Carson, Harvey Lembeck (Most famous as "Eric Von Zipper" in the "Beach Party" film series), Dick Button (U.S. skating champion), Wilbur Evans, Joan KiIbrig, Jeanne Bal, Webb Tilton, Vicki Carr, Adair McGowen, David Burns ("The Music Man," "Hello, Dolly," etc.), Kelli O'Hara, Paulo Szot, Matthew Morrison (Star of televison's "Glee"), Sean Cullen, Victor Hawks, Luka Kain, Li Jun Li, Skipp Sudduth, Jeremy Davis, Emily Morales, etc. Originally produced (1949) by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein, 2nd in association with Leland Hayward and Joshua Logan, directed and choreographed by Joshua Logan. Songs include: "A Cockeyed Optimist," "Some Enchanted Evening," "There is Nothing Like a Dame," "Bali Ha'i," "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair," "Younger Than Springtime," "Happy Talk," "You've Got to Be Taught," "This Nearly Was Mine," etc.
94 South Pacific (By H. Rigsby) : Book by Howard Rigsby and Dorothy Heyward. Produced by David Lowe at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1943) starring Canada Lee, Wendell K. Phillips, Wini Johnson, Ruby Dee (Wife of Ossie Davis), Dan Johnson, etc. Directed by Lee Strasberg.
94 South Sea Bubble : "A New Light Comedy" by Noel Coward (Portrayed by Daniel Massey in the 1968 biopic, "Star"). Produced by H.M. Tennent in association with Laurence Olivier at the Lyric Theatre (London - 1956) starring Vivien Leigh (Wife of Laurence Olivier), Ronald Lewis (By courtesy of the Rank Organization), Ian Hunter, Alan Webb, Joyce Carey, Arthur MacRae, Elizabeth Sellars, etc. Directed by William Chappell.
94 Southern Cross, The : "Grand Scenic Melodrama" by Frank R. Parker. Produced by Forde and Parker (No location and date listed) starring Henry Napier, Charles Theadore, Dyke Brooke, Mark Hanley, Agnes R. Lane, Marion Percy, Harris Eldon, Frederic Hardy, etc. Directed by Henry Napier.
94 Southern Exposure : "A Comedy" by Owen Crump. Produced by The Tulsa Little Theatre (Oklahoma - 1957) starring Laurine Hunter, Mary Ann Cooper, Bettie Boyd Hunt, Linda Wallis, Arthur Massin, James Walker, Vi Preston, etc. Directed by S. Walker James.
94 Southwest Corner, The : "A New Play" by John Cecil Holm (Based on the novel by Mildred Walker). Various productions (1950 - 55) starring Cameron Mitchell, Betty Greene Little, Pat Crowley (Star of television's "Please Don't Eat the Daisies"), Dorothy Elder, Victor Sutherland, Eva LeGallienne, Enid Markey, Parker Fennelly (Most famous as "Tidus Moody" on Fred Allen's "Allen's Alley"), etc. Originally produced (1950) by Margo Jones, Tad Adoue and Manning Gurian and directed by Margo Jones.
94 Souvenir : "A New Play with Music" by Stephen Temperley. Produced by Ted Snowdon and The New York Theatre Company at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 2005) starring Judy Kaye, Donald Corren, Meg Bussert and Bob Stillman. Directed by Vivian Matalon.
94 Sowing The Wind : Book by Sydney Grundy. Various productions (1894 - 95) starring Henry Miller, W.H. Crompton, William Faversham, Cyril Scott, E.Y. Backus, Viola Allen, May Robson, Agnes Miller, J.H. Gilmour, Frank Mills, Guy Standing, Carrie Keeler, Emily Dodd, etc.
94 Space Is So Startling : Book and lyrics by Peter and Anthony Howard. Music by Herbert Allen, Richard Hadden and Cecil Broadhurst. Produced at the Biltmore Theatre (NYC - 1963) starring Leland Holland, Ilene Godfrey, Cecil Broadhurst, John Sayre and Richard Wailes (U.S. Olympic Champion Oarsmen), Tom Kennedy, etc. Directed by Martin Fluetsch. Songs include: "Mr. Nod's Song," "Sleep On, Dream On," "The Ideal Spot," "Why Worry," "Scotland The Brave," "An Astronaut is Just Like Us," "God is in Our Cities," "We're Scaling the Flanks of Mount Communism," etc.
94 Spamalot : See "Monty Python's Spamalot".
94 Span Of Life, The : "Great Drama" by Sutton Vane. Produced by William Calder at the National Theatre (Philadelphia - 1893) starring Joseph E. Pearce, Edward Rochelle, Willie Scott, Luke Wilson, James Wilson, Ethel Haines, Dolly Harmer, William Calder, etc. Directed by H.S. Taylor.
94 Spanish Love : "A Drama" by Avery Hopwood and Mary Roberts Rinehart (Adapted from the work of Jose Feliu y Codina, Carlos de Battle and Antonin Lavergne. Music by H. Maurice Jacquet (From the popular airs of the Province of Murcia). Produced by Wagenhals and Kemper at Maxine Elliott's Theatre (NYC- 1920) starring Paul Huber, Frank Peters, George Backus, Kenyon Bishop, Henry Stephenson, James Rennie, Jasper Mangione, etc.
94 Spanish Lovers, The : "The New Operatic Drama" produced at the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh (1832). Billed with "Billy Taylor," "John Jones," "Douglas," etc.
94 Spanish Prisoner, The : Book by David Mamet. Produced by The New Theatre Company at the Briar Street Theatre (Chicago - 1985) starring Peter Riegert and Sheila Welch. Billed with "The Shawl" by David Mamet starring Mike Nussbaum, Lindsay Crouse and Gary Cole. Both plays directed by Gregory Mosher.
94 Spanish Tragedy, The : Book by Thomas Kyd. Produced by The Philolexian Society at the Brinckerhoff Theatre (Brooklyn, NY - c.1916) starring Kimball C. Atwood, Jr., C. Hooper Trask, Perry Ivans, Henry T. Kilburn, etc.
94 Spartacus, The Gladiator : "A Grand Production " by Robert M. Bird. Produced by Joseph H. Mack at various theatres (c. 1888) starring Robert Downing, Charles Turner, Clay Clements, Walter Osmond, Mattie Earle, Frank Ambrose, etc. Directed by Beverly Turner.
94 Speaking Of Murder : "A New Thriller' by Audrey and William Roos. Various productions (1956 - 58) starring Brenda deBanzie, Estelle Winwood, Lorne Greene (Television's "Bonanza"), Neva Patterson, Robert Mandan (Television's "Soap"), Michael Smith, Philip Rutledge, Eleanor Smith, etc. Originally produced (1956) by Courtney Burr and Burgess Meredith and directed by Delbert Mann.
94 Special Occasions : Book by Bernard Slade. Produced by Morton Gottlieb, Ben Rosenberg and Warren Crane at the Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1982) starring Suzanne Pleshette and Richard Mulligan. Directed by Gene Saks (Husband of Beatrice Arthur).
94 "Speckled Bird, The : "An Adventure of Sherlock Holmes" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Globe Theatre (London - No date) starring H.A. Saintsbury (As "Sherlock Holmes"), H. Lawrence Leyton, Herbert Waring, Christine Silver (By kind permission of Mr. Herbert Trench), Alice Beet, Wilton Ross, etc.
94 Speed The Plough : "The Favorite Comedy" by Thomas Morton. Produced at various theatres throughout Great Britain (1800 - 34). Billed with "Raymond and Agnes," "The Evil Eye," "Sardanapalus," "The White Plume," "St. David's Day," "The Hermione," "Robinson Crusoe," etc.
94 Speed The Plow : Book by David Mamet. Produced by the Lincoln Center Theater at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1988) starring Joe Montegna, Ron Silver and Madonna. Directed by Gregory Mosher.
94 Spell #7 : Book by Ntozake Shange. Produced by The University Players at the University of Michigan at the Power Center for the Performing Arts (Ann Arbor, MI - No date) starring Mikell Pinkney, Michael Shane, Barbara Banks, etc. Directed by Mikell Pinkney.
94 Spellbound : "A Strong Drama" by Frank Vosper. Produced at the Hollis Street Theatre (Boston - No date) starring Pauline Lord, Donn Cook, Edward Broadley, Elizabeth Patterson, Charlotte Granville, Cecile Dixon, O.P. Heggie, etc.
94 Spelling Bee : See "The Twenty-Fifth Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee"
94 Spendthrift, The : "A Sparkling Comedy Drama" by Porter Emerson Browne. Various productions (1914 - 15) starring Vincent J. Dennis, Elsie Gresham, Babbie Gale, Frank H. LaRue, Edmund Elton, Eddie McHugh, Marie Reels, Dorothy Grey, Norman Wendell, etc.
94 Sphynx, The : "New Play" by Jane Coombs. Produced at DeBar's Grand Opera House (St. Louis - 1874) starring Jane Coombs, George Metkiff, H.A. Ellis, Cecilia Crisp, Constance Jordan, etc.
94 Spic-O Rama : Book by John Leguizamo. Produced by The Westside Theatre, Marshall B. Purdy and Michael S. Bregman at the Westside Theatre/Upstairs (NYC - 1992) starring John Leguizamo. Directed by Peter Askin.
94 Spice Of 1922 : "A Musical Revue" by Jack Lait. Music and lyrics by Jack Stanley and James Hanley, J Fred Coots and McElbert Moore, Ed Moran and Seymour Furth, etc. Produced by Arman Kaliz at the Shubert-Jefferson Theatre (No location listed - 1922) starring Arman Kaliz, Sam Hearn, George L. Bobbe, Wilbert Dunn, Eddie Nelson, Virginia Napier, Beatrice Squire, Sybil Stuart, Midgie Miller, Gattison Jones, El Brendel, Flo Burt, Eddie Fox, etc. Directed by Allan K. Foster. Songs include; "Society," "My Lady Silhouette," "I'm In Love With You," "Llamala," "My Little Red Book," "Two Little Wooden Shoes," "A Little Side Street in Paree," "A Girl From the Golden West', "An Old Fashioned Cake Walk," etc.
94 Spider, The : "The Most Novel Play in Years" by Fulton Oursler and Lowell Brentano. Incidental music by Ray Perkins. Various productions (1927 - 30) starring John Halliday, William E. Morris, Donald Mackenzie, Eleanor Griffith, Priscilla Knowles, Arthur Stuart Hull, Robert Emmett Keane, Frank Thomas, Hal Brown, Foster Williams, Mable Fields, etc. Originally produced (1927) by Albert Lewis and Sam H. Harris and directed by Albert Lewis.
94 Spider And Fly : "New and Grand Spectacular Pantomime Burlesque" by M.B. Leavitt. Various productions (1892 - 93) starring Georgie Putnam, Bertie Crawford, Hilda La Porte, Rose La Porte, Harry Starr, Levina Arnold, Laura Russell, Florence Chase, Anna Suits, Marie Laurens, Effie Chamberlain, May Gerson, Marie Edith Rice, Belle Black, Helen Kirwin, etc.
94 Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark : Book by Julie Taymer and Glen Berger. Music and lyrics by Bono and the Edge. Produced at the Foxwoods Theatre (NYC - 2010) starring Reeve Carney, Jennifer Damiano, Natalie Mendoza, Patrick Page, Michael Mulheren, Ken Marks, Jeb Brown, T.V. Carpio, Luther Creek, etc. Directed by Julie Taymor. Choreographed by Daniel Ezralow. Songs include: "Splash Page," "Behold and Wonder," "Bullying the Numbers," "Bouncing Off the Walls," "Pull the Trigger," "I'll Take Manhattan," "Turn Off the Dark," "Walk Away," "Sinistereo," "The Boy Falls from the Sky," "Love Me or Kill Me," etc.
94 Spider's Web : Book by Agatha Christie. Various productions (1958 - 98) starring Jan Sterling, Francis Compton, Guy Spaull, Jan Leighton, Ross Bickell, John Tyson, Elizabeth Heflin, Lee Pace, etc. Originally produced (1958) by Carl Stohn, Jr. and directed by Sidney Walters.
94 Spider's Web, The : "The Powerful Romantic Society Drama" by Paul M. Potter and Harry L. Hamlin. Produced at the Grand Opera House (Chicago - 18890 starring W.H. Thompson, Charles Kent, Otis Skinner, Minnie Seligman, Effie Shannon, Maud Abbott, etc. Directed by Julian Mitchell.
94 Spiral Bird, The : Book by Leonard Webb. Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal, Bristol (England - 1965) starring Frank Barrie, Brian Murray, Rowena Cooper, Anne Jameson, Ewan Proctor, etc. Directed by Val May.
94 Spiro Who? : "A Comedy" by William Meyers. Music and lyrics by Phil Ochs. Produced by Robert L. Steele at Tambellini's Gate Theatre (NYC - c. 1970) starring Henry Calvert, Oliver Clark, Mary Hamill, Peter Collins, etc. Directed by Bernard Barrow (Co - star of television's "Secret Storm," etc.). Spite Corner
94 Spite Corner : "A Comedy" by Frank Craven (Most famous as the "Stage Manager" in "Our Town" on stage and film). Produced by John Golden (No location listed - 1922) starring Eva Condon, Marie L. Day, Percy Pollock, James Seeley, Madge Kennedy, Jason Robards (Father of the stage and film star), Sam Coit, etc. Directed by Frank Craven.
94 Spitfire, The : "The New Melo-Dramatic Comedy" by Edward Peple. Various productions (1910) starring Charles Cherry, E.J. Ratcliffe, Daniel Collyer, Dudley Digges, Rosa Rand, John Craig, George Hassell, Donald Meek, Walter Walker, etc. Originally produced by Daniel Frohman and directed by Edgar J. MacGregor.
94 Splintered Wood, The : Book by William Stancil. Produced by The Milwaukee Repertory Theater at the Todd Wehr Theatre (Milwaukee, WI - 1983) starring Peter Silbert, James Pickering, Rose Pickering, Mary Fogarty, Kathleen Chalfant, etc. Directed by Sharon Ott.
94 Spofford : "A New Comedy' by Herman Shumlin (Based on the novel, "Reuben, Reuben" by Peter DeVries). Various productions (1968 - 70) starring Melvyn Douglas (Husband of Helen Gahagan), Barbara Britton, Audra Lindley (Television's "Three's Company," etc. Wife of James Whitmore.), Tresa Hughes, Alan North (Co-star of television's "Police Squad"), Pert Kelton (The original "Alice Kramden" on television's "The Honeymooners"), Hans Conried ("Uncle Tonoose" on television's "Make Room for Daddy," etc.), Mary Cooper, etc. Originally produced (1968) by Zev Bufman in association with James Riley and directed by Herman Shumlin.
94 Spoiled : "A Play About a Marriage" by Simon Gray. Produced by Marvin Liebman and David Fasken at eh Royal Shakespeare Theatre (London - 1971) starring Jeremy Kemp, Anna Massey (Daughter of Raymond Massey), Simon Ward, Peter Denyer, Pamela Pitchford, etc. Directed by Stephen Hollis.
94 Spoil'd Child, The : "The Laughable Comedy" produced at Theatre Swansea (England - 1837). Billed with "The Omnibus," "Mons. Tonson," etc.
94 Spoils Of War : "A New Play" by Michael Weller. Produced by Ed and David Mirvish in association with The Second Stage Theatre at The Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1988) starring Kate Nelligan, Jeffrey De Munn, Christopher Collet, Alice Playten, Kevin O' Rourke, etc. Directed by Austin Pendleton.
94 Spokesong : or "The Common Wheel" by Stewart Parker. Various productions (c. 1979) starring John Lithgow, John Horton, Josef Sommer, Maria Tucci, Niall Buggy, Annabel Leventon, Robert Bridges. Various productions directed by Kenneth Frankel and Robert Gillespie.
94 Sponono : "A New Play" by Alan Paton and Krishna Shah. Traditional chants arranged by Gideon Nxumalo. Produced by Mary K. Frank at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1964) starring Michael Goodliffe, Cocky Tlhotlhalemaje, Ruth Nkonyeni, Obed Dira, Sidney Motha, Victor Shange, etc. Directed by Krishna Shah.
94 Spook House : "A Mystery Play" by Joe Byron Totten. Produced by the Vanderbilt Play Company at the Tremont Theatre (Boston - c. 1930) starring Leo Donnelly, Guy Hitner, Dorothy Blackburn, Thelma Marsh, John A. Lorenz, etc. Directed by Joe Byron Totten.
94 Spookhouse : Book by Harvey Fierstein. Produced at Palyhouse 91, NYC (1982) starring Anne Meara (Of the comedy team of "Stiller and Meara.' Mother of Ben Stiller.), Michael Saks, Mark Gordon, Dawn Kreizer and Ron Meier. Directed by Eric Concklin.
94 Spoon River Anthology : Book by Edgar Lee Masters. Various productions (1934 - 71) starring Daniel Reed, John Cazale, Joyce Ebert, Chris Sarandon (Husband of Susan Sarandon), Richard Venture, Ruth Penhollow, Erik Walz, Olive Bray, Iris Green, Carl Weiss, Thomas O' Neil, Barbara Gilbert, Carl Esser, Linda Seff, James Wellman, Joan Tomkins, Forrest Compton (Co-star of television's "The Edge of Night," "Gomer Pyle USMC," etc.), Betty Garrett (Wife of Larry Parks), Robert Elston, Joyce Van Patten (Co-star of television's "The Danny Kaye Show," etc. Wife of Martin Balsam. Sister of Dick Van Patten.), Charles Aidman, Gary Bayer, Linda Carlson, Judith Light, Penelope Reed, etc.
94 Sporting Days : "A Spectacular Melodrama" by R.H. Burnside. Music by Manuel Klein. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert and Anderson at the New York Hippodrome (NYC - 1908) starring J. Parker Coombs, Jeanne Hoppe, Marie Tyler, George Holland, Sam Baker, Violet Williams, etc. Billed with a "Circus Program," "The Land of Birds" (A Ballet in Two Tableaux), "The Battle in the Skies," etc. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Songs include: "Good Old Cambria," "When the Circus Comes to Town," "A Toast to the King of War," "Dear Motherland," etc.
94 Sporting Duchess, The : "The Phenomenally Successful Drama" by Sir Augustus Harris, Cecil Raleigh and Henry Hamilton. Various productions (1895 - 1904) starring E.J. Ratcliffe, Roy Richardson, Alfred Fisher, William Harcourt, Harry Gibbs, H. Percy Meldon, Walter Stuart, James A. Nunn, Dal Glish, Meta Arnold, Maurice Freeman, Wilson Day, Thomas H. Ince, Jessie Mae Hall, etc.
94 Sporting Life : "A Melodrama" by Cecil Raleigh and Seymour Hicks. Various productions (1898 - 99) starring Jacob Litt, Beresford Webb, Frazer Coulter, Fred Strong, John Ince, Watson Tombey, Mabel Norton, Elita Proctor Otis, Robert Hilliard, Joseph Kilgour, Nagle Barry, etc.
94 Sportsman, The : "A Farcical Comedy" by William Lestocq (Adapted from the Franch of George Feydeau). Various productions (c. 1893) starring Charles H. Hawtrey, W.R. Shirley, Ernest Percy, Annie Goward, Lottie Venne, Eva Williams, Joseph Holland, Charles Abbe, Georgie Drew Barrymore, Stella Teuton, etc.
94 Spot On The Sun, The : Book by John Hastings Turner. Produced by Alban B. Limpus at the Ambassadors Theatre (London - 1927) starring Agnes Imlay, W. Graham Browne, Frank Cellier, Marie Tempest, Eileen Peel, Fabia Drake, etc. Directed by W. Graham Browne.
94 Spread Eagle : "The Drama" by George S. Brooks and Walter B. Lister. Produced by Jed Harris at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring Osgood Perkins (Father of Anthony Perkins), Virginia Farmer, Lester Nielson, Brenda Bond, Felix Krembs, Donald Meek, Aline McMahon (Sister of Horace McMahon), Jose Rivas, etc. Directed by George Abbott.
94 Spreading The News : "A Comedy in One Act" by Lady Gregory (Isabella Augusta Persse). Produced by the Abbey Theatre Irish Players at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - c. 1932) starring Barry Fitzgerald, Arthur Shields (Brother of Barry Fitzgerald), Ria Mooney, Denis O' Dea, Michael J. Dolan, May Craig, etc. Billed with "The Playboy of the Western World" by J.M. Synge, "The New Gossoon" by George Shiels, "Things That Are Caesar's" by Paul Vincent Carroll, "The Far Off Hills" by Lennox Robinson, "Riders to the Sea" by J.M. Synge, "The Workhouse Ward" by Lady Gregory, etc.
94 Spring Again : "The 1942 Theatre Club Prize Winner" by Isabel Leighton and Bertram Bloch. Produced by Guthrie McClintic (Husband of Katharine Cornell) at various theatres (1941 - 42) starring Grace George, C. Aubry Smith, Ann Andrews, Robert Keith (Father of Brian Keith), John Craven (Son of Frank Craven), Joseph Buloff, Kirk Douglas, William Talman (Most famous as "Hamilton Burger" on television's "Perry Mason), Betty Breckenridge, etc. Directed by Guthrie McClintic.
94 Spring And Port Wine : Book by Bill Naughton. Produced by Allan Davis and Michael Medwin in association with The Mermaid Theatre Trust at the Apollo Theatre (London - 1966) starring Alfred Marks, Ruth Dunning, Jennifer Wilson, Ray Mort, Gretchen Franklin, etc. Directed by Allan Davis.
94 Spring Awakening : "A New Musical" with book and lyrics by Steven Slater (Based on the play by Frank Wedekind). Music by Duncan Sheik. Various productions (2007 - 11) starring Skylar Sater, Gerard Canico, Lilli Cooper, Jennifer Damiano, Rob Devaney, Christine Estabrook, John Gallagher, Jr., Gideon Glick, Robert Hager, Jonathan B. Wright, Elizabeth Judd, Sarah Kleeman, Aliya Bowles, Courtney Markowitz, Rachel Geisler, Emily Mest, Mark Poppleton, George E. Salazar, Devon Stone, Daniel Plimpton, Jim Hogan, Coby Getzug, Christopher Wood, Taylor Trensch, Steffi D, Christy Altomare, Jake Epstein, etc. Original 2007 production directed by Michael Mayer. Choreographed by Bill T. Jones. Songs include: "Mama Who Bore Me," "All That Known," "The Bitch of Living," "My Junk," "Touch Me," "The Word of Your Body," "The Dark I Know Well," "I Believe," "The Guilty Ones," "Don't Do Sadness," "Blue Wind," "Totally Fucked," "The Song of Purple Summer," etc.
94 Spring Awakening : Book by Frank Wedekind. Various adaptations and productions (1977 - 81) starring Kathryn Dowling, Laura Hicks, Boyd Gaines, Michael Butler, Bob Lovitz, Anne Kerry, Denise Woods, etc. Originally produced (1977) by Joseph Papp and the Juilliard Theater Center and directed by Liviu Ciulei.
94 Spring Chicken, A : "Funny Farce" by Edgar Selden. Music and lyrics by Edgar Selden. Produced at various theatres (1898) starring "Sam " Collins, N.B. Leary, Fred Lucier, Madeline Marshall, Myra C. Brooks, etc. Directed by Edgar Selden. Songs include: "A Spring Chicken," "A Bottle and a Bird," "A Girl You Couldn't Refuse," etc.
94 Spring Chicken, The : "Success of Two London Seasons" by George Edwardes (Adapted from "Coquin de Printemps" by George Grossmith, Jr.). Music by Ivan Caryull and Lionel Monckton. Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank. Produced by Richard Carle at various theatres (1906 - 07) starring Richard Carle, Victor Morley, Bessie McCoy, Amy Dale, Richard Ridgely, Emma Janvier, etc. Directed by Richard Carle. Songs include: "I've Come Along to Paris," "Baby and Nursie," "In Seville," "A Lemon in the Garden of Love," "Waiting for a Certain Girl," etc.
94 Spring Cleaning : "A New Comedy" by Frederick Lonsdale. Various productions (1923 - 25) starring A. E. Mathews, Blythe Daly, Gordon Ash, Arthur Byron, Estelle Winwood, John Tyler, Winifred Anglin, Dorothy Holmes, Josephine Fox, Ruth Abbott, Frank Wilcox, Helen Blair, etc. Originally produced (1923) by the Selwyns and directed by Edgar Selwyn.
94 Spring Dance : Book by Philip Barry (adapted from an original play by Eleanor Golden and Eloise Barrangon). Produced by Raymond Moore at the Cape Playhouse (Dennis, Massachusetts - 1936) starring Philip Ober (Husband of Vivian Vance), Jose Ferrer (Husband of Rosemary Clooney), Imogene Coca ("Co-star of television's "Your Show of Shows," etc.), Mary Wickes, Marie Bruce, Louise Platt, Peggy O' Donnell, Richard Kendrick, etc. Directed by Jed Harris.
94 Spring Freshet : Book by Owen Davis. Produced by Lee Shubert at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1934) starring Esther Dale, Francesca Bruning, Elizabeth Patterson, Owen Davis, Jr., Richard Whorf, Leona Hogarth, Thurston Hall, etc. Directed by Owen Davis.
94 Spring In Autumn (By G. Martinez Sierra) : "A Comedy" by Gregorio Martinez Sierra (Adapted by Nena Belmonte from the Spanish). Produced by Arthur J. Beckhard at Henry Miller's Theatre (NYC - 1933) starring Richard Hale, Mildred Natwick, Kent Smith, Blanche Yurka, George Spelvin, Esther Dale, James Stewart, Paul Dane, etc. Directed by Bretaigne Windust.
94 Spring In Autumn (By D. Wulff) : Book by Derrick Wulff (Based on the European Success by W. Walzer). Music by Will Ortmann. Lyrics by Gus Kahn (Portrayed by Danny Thomas in the 1951 biopic, "I'll See You in My Dreams") and Ray B. Egan. Produced by Carl Reed at the Forrest Theatre (Philadelphia - 1925) starring Orville Harrold, Patti Harrold, May Vokes, Frances Halliday, Robert Halliday, Harry Holbrook, etc. Directed by Oscar Eagle. Choreographed by Busby Berkley (Berkeley). Songs include: "I Want to be a Bad Little Boy, So Bad," "Spring in Autumn," "This is My Dance," "Home of My Heart," "Holka Polka," etc.
94 Spring In Brazil : "A Superb New Musical" by Philip Rapp. Music and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert in association with Monte Proser at various theatres (1945) starring Milton Berle, Rose Marie (As a child in vaudeville, she was billed as "Baby Rose Marie". Co-star of television's "The Dick Van Dyke Show," etc.), Bernice Parks, Joseph MacAulay, Jack McCauley, Marion Colby, Mary Healy (Wife and performing partner of Peter Lind Hayes), Rapps and Tapps, etc. Directed by John Murray Anderson and Philip Rapp. Choreographed by Al White, Jr. and Esther Junger. Songs include: "Fernando," "Riot in Rio," "Samba at Daybreak," "The Bean of the Coffee Tree," "Carnival in Rio," etc.
94 Spring Is Here : "The New Musical Comedy" by Owen Davis. Music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Lorenz Hart (Portrayed by Tom Drake and Mickey Rooney in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Produced by Alex A. Aarons and Vinton Freedley at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1929) starring Maidel Turner, Thelma White, Charles Ruggles, Lillian Taiz, John Hundley, Joyce Barbour, Lewis (Lew) Parker, Inez Courtney, etc. Directed by Alexander Leftwich. Choreographed by Bobby Connolly. Songs include; "Spring is Here," "(With a) Song in My Heart," "Red Hot Trumpet," "Why Can't I?," etc.
94 Spring Maid, The : "An Operetta" with book and lyrics by Harry B. and Robert B. Smith (From the German by Julius Wilhelm and A.M. Willner). Music by Heinrich Reinhardt. Various productions (1911 - 15) starring Christie MacDonald, William Buress, Elgie Bowen, Lillian Dix, Edward Metcalf, Mizzi (Mitzi) Hajos, Charles McNaughton, Tillie Salinger, Marion Dale, Rex Carter, Georgie Campbell, Lillian Ludlow, Stanley Ridges, Dixie Blair, etc. Originally produced (1911) by Louis F. Werba and Mark A. Luescher, directed by George Marion and choreographed by Max Bendix. Songs include: "The Cure," "The Loving Cup," "Two Little Love Bees," "If You Want to Win the Girl," etc.
94 Spring Meeting : "A Comedy" by M.J. Farrell and John Perry. Produced by Gladys and Philip Merivale in association with Lee Ephraim, George Jessel ("The Jazz Singer," etc) and Raymond Moore at various theatres (1939) starring Gladys Cooper, Philip Merivale (Husband of Gladys Cooper), Rachel Adams, Anne Baxter, Mary Wickes, Don Terry, Arthur Shields (Brother of Barry Fitzgerald), Robert Flemyng, Denis Carey, etc. Directed by John Gielgud, Arthur Sircom and Lee Ephraim.
94 Spring O' The Year : Book by W.H. Robertson. Produced by the Yale University School of the Fine Arts/ The Department of Drama at the University Theatre (New Haven - 1929) starring Alan Wallace, Andrina McIntyre, Douglas McLean, Phyllis Marschall and Cameron King. Directed by Alexander Dean.
94 Spring Song : "A New Play" by Bella and Samuel Spewack. Produced by Max Gordon at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1934) starring Francine Larrimore, Angela Jacobs, Sylvia Manners, Garson Kanin (Husband of Ruth Gordon and Marian Seldes), Anne Loeb, Morris Strassberg, Sam Levene ("Guys and Dolls," etc.), Alma Ross, etc. Directed by Eddie Sobol.
94 Spring Thaw : "A New Comedy" by Clare Kummer. Produced by Max Gordon at the National Theatre (Washington, DC - 1937) starring Roland Young (Most famous as the star of the "Topper " film series), Lea Penman, Jane Gordon, Esther Mitchell, etc. Directed by Eddie Sobol.
94 Springtime : "A Play of Louisiana in 1815" by Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson. Produced by Frederic Thompson at various theatres (1909 -10) starring Mabel Taliaferro, Helen Lindroth, Joseph Brennan, Edwin Holland, Earle Browne, William B. Mack, William Harrigan, etc. Directed by Frederic Thompson.
94 Springtime Folly : "A New Farce Comedy" by Joseph Schulman and William H. Lieberson with an assist by Martin R. Lieberson. Produced by United Producers at various theatres (1950- 51) starring Jack Whiting, Mabel Taliaferro, Gilbert Mack, Betty Walker (Stand-up comedienne of the 1960s. Famous for her catch phrase "Hello, Ceil!"), Philip Abbott (Co-star of television's "The FBI"), Irene Dailey (Sister of Dan Dailey), Ray Newcomer, etc. Directed by Leon Michel. Song: "Throw the Body Away" by Irving and Paul Gordon and Philip Rigano.
94 Springtime For Henry : "A Farce" by Benn W. Levy. Various productions (1932 - 63) starring Leslie Banks, Helen Chandler (Co-star of the classic film version of "Dracula" with Bela Lugosi), Nigel Bruce (Most famous as "Dr. Watson" in the "Sherlock Holmes" film series), Frieda Inescort, Edith Atwater, Henry Hull ("The Werewolf of London" on film), Eric Blore, Helen Claire, Edward Everett Horton, Marjorie Lord (Co-star of television's "Make Room for Daddy". Wife of John Archer. Mother of Anne Archer.), Gordon Richards, Elda Garbe, Helen Brown, Elaine Ellis, Eve March, Hugh Wakefield, Peggy Leroy, Mari Lynn Wahrman, Bernard Jaffe, etc. Originally produced (1932) by Kenneth MacGowan and Joseph Verner Reed in association with Arthur Sircom and directed by Arthur Sircom.
94 Spunk : "Three Tales" by Zora Neale Hurston (Adapted by George C. Wolfe). Produced by Joseph Papp and The New York Shakespeare Festival at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre (Berkeley, CA - 1991) and the Royal Court Theatre, London (1991) starring Bruce Beatty, Stephen Burks, Ann Duquesnay, Kevin Jackson, etc. Directed by George C. Wolfe.
94 Spy, The : Book by Peter Le Marchant (Based on "La Flambee" by Henry Kistemaecker). Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (c. 1912) starring Cyril Keightley, Edgar Norton, Julian L' Estrange, Isidore Marcil, Robert Brott, Jane May, Vera Finlay, etc.
94 Squab Farm, The : "A New Comedy" by Frederick and Fanny Hatton. Produced by Lee and J.J. Shubert at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - No date) starring Lowell Sherman, William L. Gibson, Harry Davenport, Bert Angeles, Raymond Bloomer, Vivian Rushmore, G. Oliver Smith, etc. Directed by Frederick Kaufman.
94 Squabbles : Book by Marshall Karp. Produced at the Ocala (Florida) Civic Theatre (2012) starring Howard "Styx" Christ, Ray Diaz, Janie DiDio, Bill Duell, Joan Singer and Laura Zavadsky. Directed by Christine Perry.
94 Squall, The : "A Drama of Gypsy Life" by Jean Bart. Various productions (1926 - 28) starring Blanche Yurka, Nedda Harrigan, Ida Mulle, Sylvia Sydney, Henry O' Neill, Lee Baker, Sally Bates, Josephine Fox, Frank Wilcox, Dorothy Holmes, etc. Originally produced by A.L. Jones and Morris Green and directed by Lionel Atwill.
94 Square Crooks : Produced by The Frank Wilcox Company at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1927) starring Frank Wilcox, Pauline MacLean, Dorothy Holmes, Josephine Fox, Eric Clavering, etc. Directed by Lyle C. Clement.
94 Square In The Eye : "New Play" by Jack Gelber. Produced by The Establishment Theatre Company (Directors: Ivor David Balding, Peter Cook and Joseph E. Levine) at Theatre De Lys (NYC - No date) starring Philip Bruns, Carol Rossen, Conrad Bain (Television's "Diff'rent Strokes"), Alfred Dennis, Alan Howard, Gene Rupert, etc. Directed by Ben Shaktman.
94 Square Man, A : "The New American Play" by Edward J. Swartz. Produced in Chicago (No location listed - 1888) starring Benjamin Maginley, Maurice Heppard, Sidney R. Ellis, Joseph Logan, Libbie Noxon, Olga Brandon, Helen Windsor, etc.
94 Square Needle, The : "A New Comedy" by Samuel W. Taylor. Produced by T.J. McGowan in association with T.F. Holland at Las Palmas Theatre (Hollywood, Ca - 1951) starring Donald Woods, Marjorie Lord (Co-star of television's "Make Room for Daddy". Wife of John Archer. Mother of Anne Archer.), Alan Hale, Jr. (Television's "Gilligan's Island," etc.), James Flavin, Frank Cady (Most famous as "Sam Drucker" on television's "Petticoat Junction" and "Green Acres".), Kirby Smith, Leon Charles, etc. Directed by Thomas Browne Henry.
94 Square Root Of Wonderful, The : "A Love Story" by Carson McCullers. Produced by Saint Subber and Figaro, Inc. at the National Theatre (NYC - 1957) starring Anne Baxter, Jean Dixon, Philip Abbott (Co-star of television's "The FBI"), William Smithers, Kevin Coughlin, etc. Directed by George Keathley.
94 Squaring the Circle : "A Farce Comedy" by Valentine Katayev (Translated and adapted by Charles Malamuth and Eugene Lyons). Various productions (1935 - 57) starring Albert Van Dekker (Albert Dekker), David Morris, Fraye Gilbert, Eric Dressler, Mildred Todd, Norman Rose, Robert Duke, Karl Gay, Ralph Howenstein, Henry Jewett, Dottie Kidder, Nancy Jewett, Glenn Hunter, William Vaughan, Buddy Hibben, Paul Dane, Bernard Cooper, etc. Originally produced (1935) by Tri-Art and directed by Dmitri Ostrov.
94 Squatter Sovereignty : "A New Comic Play" by Edward Harrigan. Various productions (1882) starring Edward Harrigan, Tony Hart, John Wild, John Queen, Annie Yeamens, Lizzie Finn, Sam E. Ryan, John H. Ryan, James Tierney, Ida Ward, Sara Kerward, etc.
94 Squaw Man, The : "The Virile American Play" by Edwin Milton Royal. Various productions (1905 - 21) starring Dustin Farnum, Charles Guthrie, Rose Morison, Joseph Crehan, Frank Farley, Edna Marshall, Henry Troth, George Dill, Al Smith, Ralph Kellard, Baker Moore, William Faversham, Hugo Toland, William Haines, Edward H. Robins, Julia Blanc, George W. Barbier, Edna Koontz, Cecil Ward, Alvin Martin, Earl Raymore, Jean Allan, etc.
94 Squaw Man's Girl Of The Golden West, The : "A Good - Natured Swat at the Popular Craze for Atmospheric Melodrama" with book and lyrics by Edgar Smith. Music by Maurice Levi starring Ernest Lambart, Edward J. Connelly, Joe Weber, Sam Marion, John Foy, Marie Dressler, etc. Directed by Al. M. Holbrook. Songs include: "Hurrah for the Beautiful Golden West," "The Girls of Forty-Nine," "Poor Little Red Pappoose," etc.
94 Squire Kate : "A Pastoral Drama" by Robert Buchanan (Based on "La Fermiere" by Armand d' Artois and Henri Pagat). Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1892) starring Georgia Cayvan, Effie Shannon, Charles Walcot, Herbert Kelcey, Augustus Cook, etc. Directed by Fred Williams.
94 Squirrels : Book by David Mamet. Produced by The St. Nicholas Theater Company at the Hull House Uptown Center (Chicago - No date) starring Linda Kimbrough, William H. Macy and Steven Schachter. Directed by David Mamet.
95 Stage Door : "A New Play" by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. Various productions (1936 - 43) starring Margaret Sullavan, Janet Fox, Beatrice Blinn, Mary Wickes, Lee Patrick, Onslow Stevens, Judith Russell, Tom Ewell, Ralph Locke, Julie Haydon, Laurel Anders, Hazel Kempf, Joan Bennett, Gilbert Fates, etc. Directed by George S. Kaufman.
95 Stage Struck : Book by Simon Gray. Various productions (1984 - 87) starring John Mahoney (Co-star of television's "Frazier"), Rondi Reed, Rick Snyder, Alan Wilder, Peter Haig, Nina Baeza, Frank Logan and Dennis Jones. Originally produced (1984) by the Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Chicago) and directed by Tom Irwin.
95 Staircase : Book by Charles Dyer. Various productions (1968 - 72) starring Eli Wallach, Milo O' Shea, Harry J. Stein Kenneth Haigh, John Harkins and Robert Rohden. Originally produced (1968) by Bill Freedman and Charles Kasher and directed by Barry Morse (Most famous as "Lt. Gerard" on television's "The Fugitive").
95 Stain Of Guilt, The : Produced at Havlin's Theatre (No location listed - 1903) starring James A. Heenan, Oscar Dane, J.C. Turner, Ferd Maxwell, Mamie Conway, etc. Directed by John H. Havlin and William Garen.
95 Stalag 17 : "A Comedy Melodrama" by Donald Bevan and Edmund Trzcinski. Various productions (1951 - 61) starring John Ericson, Robert Strauss, Harvey Lembeck (Most famous as "Eric Von Zipper" in the "Beach Party" film series), Laurence Hugo, Frank Maxwell, Frank Campanella, Allan Melvin (Co-star of television's "Sgt. Bilko," "The Brady Bunch," "All in the Family," The Andy Griffith Show," etc.), Jess Cain (Legendary Boston radio broadcaster), Eric Fleming (Star of television's "Rawhide"), Garry Davis, Richard Poston, Mike Kellin, Hal Hamilton, Manny Lax, Tom Drake, Richard Neilson, George Tyne, Peter Falk, John Sinclair, Ken Cassel, Bob Wood, Bill Story, Lothar Rewalt, George Tobias, Kevin McCarthy, Harold J. Stone, Jason Robards, Jr., Robert Shawley, Conrad Bain (Co-star of television's "Diff'rent Strokes"), John Barrymore, Jr. (Father of Drew Barrymore), Robert Antram, Edward Platt (Most famous as "The Chief" on television's "Get Smart"), Curt Lowens, etc. Originally produced (1951) and directed by Jose Ferrer.
95 Stampede, The : Book by Cecil B. De Mille. Produced by A.G. Delamater at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1912) starring Lillian Buckingham, Caro Smith, Leona Leigh, Doris Olison, John Murray, Jacob Kingsberry, etc.
95 Standing On My Knees : Book by John Olive. Produced by Robert Falls and Jeffrey Ortmann at the Wisdom Bridge Theatre (Chicago - 1981) starring Kit Flanagan, Robert Neches, Susan Dafoe and Jodean Culbert. Directed by Robert Falls.
95 Star And Garter : Produced by Michael Todd at The Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1942 - 43) starring Bobby Clark (Of the comedy team, "Clark and McCullough"), Gypsy Rose Lee (Her early life dramatized in "Gypsy" on stage and film), Professor Lamberti, Pat Harrington, Georgia Sothern, Joe Lyons, etc. Directed by Hassard Short. Choreographed by Al White, Jr. Songs include: "Star and Garter Girls," "Clap Yo Hands," "The Bunny," "The Girl on the Police Gazette," "I Don't Get It," "Brazilian Nuts," "I Can't Strip to Brahms," "Robert the Roue," "Blues in the Night," etc. Music and lyrics by Al Stillman, Dorival Caymmi, Doris Tauber, Sis Willner, Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlin, Frank McCue, Al Dubin, Lester Lee, Jerry Seelen, Harold J. Rome, Irving Berlin, etc. Costumes by Irene Sharaff.
95 Star Gazer, The (by C. Hamilton) : "A Comedy With Music" by Cosmo Hamilton. Music by Franz Lehar. Lyrics by Matthew C. Woodward. Produced by The Messrs. Shubert at the Majestic Theatre (Boston - 1917) starring John T. Murray, Beth Lydy, John Harwood, John Charles Thomas, Edna Temple, etc. Directed by J.J. Shubert.
95 Star Gazer, The (by F.W. Lee) : Book by Franklin W. Lee. Produced at the Murray Hill Theatre (NYC - 1897) starring Joe Ott ("The Only One"), Wallace Black, Harry Earle, Jerome Douglas, Mattie Lockette, etc. Directed by Joseph P. Harris.
95 Star In The Night, The : Produced at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1917) starring Sarah Bernhart, Jeanne Mea, etc. Billed with scenes from "The Merchant of Venice" and musical performances.
95 Star Spangled : "A Comedy" by Robert Ardrey. Produced by Arthur Hopkins at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1936) starring George Tobias (Most famous as "Abner Kravitz" on television's "Bewitched'), Millard Mitchell (Most famous as "R.F. Simpson" in the film "Singin' In the Rain"), Garson Kanin (Husband of Ruth Gordon and Marian Seldes), Edward Craven, Ivan Triesault, Natasha Boleslavsky, etc. Directed by Arthur Hopkins.
95 Star Spangled Banner, The : "The Stirring Patriotic Drama" produced at various theatres (No date) starring Annie Clarke Hanson ("The Boston Beauty"), J.H. Shepard, F.W. Poe, Lydia Hayden, Harry Vickers, etc. Billed with a selection of vaudeville performances including Josie Mitchell Vickers ("The Little Sunbeam").
95 Star Spangled Girl, The : "New Comedy" by Neil Simon. Various productions (1966 - 82) starring Anthony Perkins, Connie Stevens, Richard Benjamin, Sheilah Wells, Remak Ramsay, John Granger, Joseph Bell, Joan Nelson, Larry Alford, Harold Lang, Jeanne Duncan, Mark Roberts, Gary Copeland and Melanie Hamilton. Originally produced (1966) by Saint-Subber and directed by George Axelrod.
95 Star Spangled Musical Revue, The : Book by Michael Beistle and Gregory Von Hausch. Produced at the Hippodrome State Theatre (Gainesville FL - 1986) starring Michael Beistle, Debbie Laumond, Malcolm Gets, Lance Harmeling, James Randolph, Kathy Tyrell and Mariah Von Hausch. Directed by Gregory Von Hausch.
95 Star Spangled Widow : "A Tender Comedy" by B. Harrison Orkow. Produced by Philip A. Waxman and Joseph Kipness at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1945) starring Edward Nugent, Frances Reid, Dennie Moore, Lewis Charles, Jessie Busley, Irene Dailey (Sister of Dan Dailey), Leon Charles, etc. Directed by William Castle.
95 Star-Wagon, The : Book by Maxwell Anderson. Produced by Guthrie McClintic at various theatres (1937) starring Burgess Meredith, Lillian Gish, Russell Collins, Ray Parker, Howard Freeman, Kent Smith, Mildred Natwick, Whitner (Whit) Bissell, etc. Directed by Guthrie McClintic (Husband of Katharine Cornell).
95 Starcross Story, The : "A New Play" by Diana Morgan. Various productions (1953 - 54) starring Eva LeGallienne, Faye Emerson (Wife of Elliot Roosevelt, Skitch Henderson, etc.), Ona Munson (Most famous as "Belle Watling" in the film, "Gone With The Wind"), Scott Forbes, Una O' Connor, Glenn Anders, Mary Astor, Anthony Ross, Christopher Plummer, Marta Linden, etc. Originally produced (1953) by Richard Aldrich (Portrayed by Richard Crenna in the 1968 biopic, "Star") and directed by Luther Kennett.
95 Stardust : "A Lavish Parade of Melodies" produced at the Marines Memorial Theatre (San Francisco - 1992) featuring the music of Hoagy Carmichael, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman and Glenn Miller with the lyrics of Mitchell Parish. Directed by Henry LeTang.
95 Starlight (No author listed) : "A Dainty Bit of Theatrical Bric-A-Brac" produced in 1888 (No location listed) starring Vernona Jarbeau, Will S. Rising, George Boniface, Jr., Harry Standish, Richard Gorman, etc.
95 Starlight (By G. Unger) : "A Comedy" by Gladys Unger (Based on Abel Hermant's Dialogues). Produced by Frank Egan at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1925) starring Doris Keane, Stanley Jessup, Florence Short, Philip Wood, etc. Directed by Edith Ellis.
95 Starlight Express : Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Lyrics by Richard Stilgoe. Produced by Martin Starger and Lord Grade at various theatres (1984 - 88) starring Carole Amphlett, Attlee Baptiste, Eleanor Bertram, Jay Byrd, Jane Krakowski (Co-star of television's "30 Rock"), Andrea McArdle (Original star of "Annie"), Sean McDermott, Danny Strayhorn, etc. Originally produced (1984) by The Really Useful Theatre Company, directed by Trevor Nunn and choreographed by Arlene Phillips. Songs include: "Rolling Stock," "Engine of Love," "Pumping Iron," "Freight," "Make Up My Heart," "I Am the Starlight," "One Rock and Roll Too Many," etc.
95 Starmites : Book by Stuart Ross and Barry Keating. Music and lyrics by Barry Keating. Produced by Criterion Center Stage Right (Hinks Shimberg, Mary Keil and Steven Warnick) at the Criterion Center (NYC - 1989) starring Gabriel Barre, Liz Larson, Bennett Cale, Gwen Stewart, Freida Williams, Vincent Trent Cook, etc. Directed by Larry Carpenter. Choreographed by Michele Assaf. Songs include: "Superhero Girl," "Afraid of the Dark," "The Dance of Spousal Arousal," "Milady," "The Cruelty Stomp," "Immolation," etc.
95 Stars In Your Eyes (By J.P. McEvoy) : "A New Musical Comedy" by J.P. McEvoy. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Lyrics by Dorothy Fields (Daughter of Lew Fields). Produced by Dwight Deere Wiman at various theatres (1939) starring Ethel Merman, Jimmy Durante, Tamara Toumanova, Richard Carlson, Dan Dailey, Jr. (Dan Dailey), Nora Kaye, Clinton Sundberg, Walter Cassell, Mildred Natwick, Mary Wickes, Dwight Godwin, Al Goodman and his Orchestra, etc Directed by Joshua Logan. Choreographed by Carl Randall. Songs include: "One Brief Moment," "This Is It," "Self-Made Man," "Okay for Sound," "A Lady Needs a Change," "As of Today," "It's all Yours," etc.
95 Stars In Your Eyes (By W. S. Wheeling) : "A New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by William Stuart Wheeling. Music by William Stuart Wheeling and Russell Ames. Produced by Guy Palmerton at various theatres (1951) starring Nat Burns, Jay Rogers, Edith Fisk, Jean Sincere, Charles Bang, Kendall Ware, Michael Dreyfus, Priscilla Dodge, Lorna Landis, Shirley Sable, etc. Directed by Frank Lyon. Choreographed by Guy Palmerton. Songs include: "The Play's the Thing," "Kaye," "My Love Won't Let Me Be Bored," "Here is Life," "Heart of Gold," etc.
95 Stars Set, The : Book by Wilson Ware. Produced by The Yale University School of the Fine Arts/ The Department of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1936) starring Max Flowers, William Corrigan, William Ellis, Marion Rooney, Edwin Snapp, Virginia Keler, John Straub, etc. Directed by Constance Welch.
95 Starting Here, Starting Now : "Dynamite Cabaret Revue" by Richard Maltby, Jr. and David Shire. Produced by the Arena Stage at the Old Vat Room (Washington, DC - No date). Directed by Zelda Fichandler.
95 State Fair : "The New Musical" by Tom Briggs and Louis Mattioli (Based on the screenplay by Oscar Hammerstein II and the novel by Phil Stong). Music by Richard Rodgers (Portrayed by Tom Drake in the 1948 biopic, "Words and Music"). Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Produced by David Merrick and Theatre Guild at the Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1996) starring John Davidson (Co - star of television's "The Hollywood Squares"), Kathryn Crosby (Wife of Bing Crosby), Andrea McArdle (Star of the original stage production of "Annie"), Donna McKechnie ("A Chorus Line," etc.), Scott Wise, Ben Wright, Charles Goff, etc. Directed by James Hammerstein (Son of Oscar Hammerstein II) and Randy Skinner. Choreographed by Randy Skinner. Songs include" "It Might As Well Be Spring," "Our State Fair," "That's For Me," "Isn't It Kinda Fun," "It's a Grand Night for Singing," "All I Owe Ioway," "The Man I Used To Be," "Boys and Girls Like You and Me," "The Next Time it Happens," etc.
95 State Of The Union : "The Smash Comedy Hit" by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Various productions (1945 - 47) starring Ralph Bellamy, Kay Francis, Myron McCormick, Minor Watson, Margalo Gillmore, William Beal, Judith Evelyn, Neil Hamilton (Most famous as "Commissioner Gordon" on television's "Batman"), James Rennie, Forrest Orr, Edward Everett Hale, Ruth Hussey, Kay Johnson, Erin O' Brien-Moore, Larry Gates, Mike Kellin, Conrad Nagel, Irene Hervey (Wife of Allan Jones, Mother of Jack Jones.), Henry O'Neill, etc. Originally produced (1945) by Leland Hayward and directed by Bretaigne Windust.
95 Statues : Book by Janet L. Neipris. Produced at the Goodman Theatre (Chicago - 1976) starring Mike Genovese and Judith Ivey. Billed with "The Bridge at Belharbour" by Janet L. Neipris. Both plays directed by Gregory Mosher.
95 Status Quo Vadis : Book by Donald Driver. Produced at the Ivanhoe Theatre (Chicago - No date) starring David Wilson, Gail Strickland, Rebecca Taylor, Max Howard, Steven Rupp, etc. Directed by Donald Driver.
95 Stauf : Book by Rhoda Levine and Larry Loebell. Music and lyrics by Michael Sahl and Eric Sazman. Produced by The American Music Theater Festival and The Philadelphia Theatre Company at the Plays and Players Theatre (Philadelphia - 1987) starring John O' Hurley (Most famous as "J. Peterman" on television's "Seinfeld"), Thomas Young, Patricia Holley, Mary Martello, etc. Directed by Rhoda Levine. Songs include: "The Song of Ideals," "I Can't Breath Anymore," "Old Woman Blues," "Down on the Farm," "The Morning After Song," "The Return of the Gods," "On the Phone," "Ballad of Henry Stauf," etc.
95 Steadfast Tin Soldier, The : "A Fantasy for Children" by Dorothy Holloway. Produced by The Theatre School at Theatre Center (Midland, TX - 1964) starring Lew Huffman, Diana Ashmore, Carolyn Keyser, Cathy Leary, Barbara Olsen, etc. Directed by Rick Schiller.
95 Steam Bath : Book by Bruce Jay Friedman. Various productions (c. 1975) starring Robert Wheeler, William Hageman, Steve Nibbe, Gay Lawrence, Larry Winson, Dave David, Eileen Fried, Charles Barnett, Sandy Scott, etc.
95 Steaming : Book by Nell Dunn. Produced at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (1982 - 83) starring Pauline Flanagan, Judith Ivey, Lisa Jane Persky, Polly Rowles, Linda Thorson and Margaret Whitton. Directed by Roger Smith.
95 Steel (By H. Igo) : Book by Harold Igo. Produced by The Yale University School of the Fine Arts/The Department of Drama at the University Theatre (New Haven - 1930) starring Volney Hampton, Alan Baxter, Henning Nelms, Ernest Gann, Arthur Bloch, Albert Maltz ("The Hollywood Ten"), Directed by George Pierce Baker.
95 Steel (By J. Wexley) : Book by John Wexley. Various productions (c. 1937) starring Julius Levine, Sol Babchin, Harry Kadison, Hyman Kaplan, Aaron Dick, Julius Frankel, Phillips Tyler, Robert Rossen, Mitzi Gould, etc. Originally produced by Labor Stage Incorporated (With International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union - I.L.G. W. U. -Players) and directed by Robert Rossen (Film director - ""All the King's Men," "The Hustler," etc.) and Mark Schweid.
95 Steel Magnolias : Book by Robert Harling. Various productions (1989 - 2011) starring Susan Mansur, Betty Moore, Anne Pitoniak, Rosemary Prinz, Stacy Ray, Constance Shulman, Anita Gillette, Margo Martindale, Marilyn Cooper, Patti MacLeod (Wife of Gavin MacLeod), Tandy Cronyn (Daughter of Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy), Georgia Engel ("Co-star of television's "The Mary Tyler Moore Show"), Bobo Lewis (Co-star of "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World," etc. on film), Marcia Lewis, Celia Bills, Carrie Dupere, Gina Jarrett, Joan Elizabeth, Melody Murphy, Laurie Lee Reeder, etc.
95 Steel Pier : Book by David Thompson. Music and lyrics by John Kander and Fred Ebb. Conceived by Scott Ellis, Susan Strohman and David Thompson. Produced by Roger Berlind at the Richard Rodgers Theatre (NYC - 1997) starring Gregory Harrison (Co - star of television's "Trapper John MD"), Karen Ziemba, Daniel McDonald, Debra Monk, Kristin Chenoweth, Timothy Warmen, etc. Directed by Scott Ellis. Choreographed by Susan Strohman. Songs include: "Willing to Ride," "Everybody Dance," "A Powerful Thing," "Leave the World Behind," "Somebody Older," "Steel Pier," etc.
95 Stella Dallas : Book by Gertrude Purcell and Harry Wagstaff Gribble (From the novel by Olive Higgens Prouty). Produced by the Selwyns in New Haven (No specific location listed - No date) starring Mrs. Leslie Carter (Caroline Louise Dudley - "The American Sarah Bernhardt"), Edward G. Robinson, Kay Harrison, Albert Marsh, Philip Earle, Clara Moores, Ruth Darby, Beatrice Moreland, Almeda Fowler, Guy Milham, etc. Directed by Priestly Morrison.
95 Step Lively : "That Rollicking Musical Comedy" by Franklyn Mayer. Music by Jerome Cahn. Produced by The Woodhall Amusement Company at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1917) starring Hal Johnson, William Turner, Claude Amsden, Johnny Gilmore, etc. Directed by Johnny Gilmore. Songs include: "Dixie, "The U.S.A.," "San Do Mingo," "I'm From Chicago," "When Was There Ever a Night Like This?," "A Rose for You," etc.
95 Step On A Crack : "A New Drama" by Bernard Evslin. Produced by Roger L. Stevens and Herbert Swope, Jr. at the Fisher Theatre (Detroit Michigan - 1962) starring Nancy Kelly, Gary Merrill, Margaret Hayes, Maggie McNamara, Joey Heatherton, William Hickey, Donald Madden, etc. Directed by Herbert Swope, Jr.
95 Step This Way : "A New Musical Production" by Edgar Smith. Music by E. Ray Goetz and Bert Grant. Lyrics by E. Ray Goetz. Produced at the Astor Theatre (NYC - 1916) starring Lew Fields (Of the comedy team, "Weber and Fields"), Fannie Hasbrouck, Louise Clark, Martha Erlich, Trixie Smith, Barnett Parker, Lew Brice, Doraldina (Hawaiian dancer), etc. Directed by Frank McCormick. Choreographed by Jack Mason. Songs include: "Keep Up the Pace," "Step This Way," "Romany," "The Heart of the Golden West," "I've Got a Sweet Tooth," "By the Sad Luana Shore," "All for Your," etc.
95 Stephen D. : Book by Hugh Leonard (Adapted from "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man" by James Joyce). Produced at the East 74th Street Theatre (NYC - No date). Cast information not listed.
95 Stepping Out : Book by Richard Harris. Produced at the John Golden Theatre (NYC - 1987) starring Carole Shelly, Carol Woods, Don Amendolia, Victoria Boothby, Cherry Jones, Pamela Sousa, etc. Directed by Tommy Tune. Choreographed by Tommy Tune, Marge Champion and Bruce Lumpkin.
95 Stepping Sisters : "A Farce Comedy" by Howard Warren. Music and lyrics by Hector Carlton and Ivor Peterson. Various productions (c. 1930) starring Blanche Ring ("Singing Her Old Favorites"), Helen Raymond, Grace Huff, Theresa Maxwell Conover, Alice Davenport, etc. Directed by Albert Bannister. Songs include: "Your Loving Arms," "The Shadows Are Falling," etc.
95 Stepping Stones, The : "A Fantastic Musical Play" by Anne Caldwell and R.H. Burnside. Music by Jerome Kern (Portrayed by Robert Walker in the 1946 biopic, "Till the Clouds Roll By"). Lyrics by Anne Caldwell. Produced by Charles Dillingham at various theatres (1923) starring Fred Stone ( Of the comedy team, "Montgomery and Stone". Most famous as the first actor to portray "The Scarecrow" in the 1902 stage production of "The Wizard of Oz".), Dorothy Stone (Daughter of Fred Stone), Oscar Ragland, Jack Whiting, Allene Stone (Wife of Fred Stone), Ruth White, Hazel Glen, etc. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Songs include: "Little Angel Cake," "Because You Love the Singer," "When I Went to School," "Wonderful Dad," "Once in a Blue Moon," "Our Lovely Rose," etc.
95 Steps : Book by Jerzy Kosinski (Adapted by Rocco Landesman). Produced by the Yale School of Drama at the Yale Repertory Theatre (New Haven - 1971) starring Mary Moss Appleton, William Chalcraft, Deborah Mayo, Stephen Mendillo, etc. Directed by Richard Gilman.
95 Steve : "A Charming Romance of Love Thrills" by Robert L. Dempster. Produced by George M. Gatts at various theatres (1923) starring Eugene O' Brien, Viva Ogden, Homer Barton, Helen Weir, Humphrey Bogart, Barry Curran, Frank Herbert, etc. Directed by Laura Hope Crews (Most famous as "Aunt Pittypat" in the film, "Gone With The Wind").
95 Steve Biko: The Inquest : Book by Saira Essa and Charles Pillai (In Memory of Those Who Died in Detention). Produced by The Upstairs Theatre Company at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg (No date) starring Kerneels Coertzen, Peter Holden, Adrian Galley, Rufus Swart, etc. Directed by Saira Essa.
95 Stevedore : Book by Paul Peters and George Sklar. Produced the Theatre Union at the Civic Repertory Theatre (NYC - 1934) starring Rex Ingram, Dodson Mitchell, Georgette Harvey, Millicent Green, Jack Hartley, Jack Carter, etc. Directed by Michael Blankfort.
95 Sticks And Bones : "A Dazzling New Play" by David Rabe. Produced by Joseph Papp for the New York Shakespeare Festival (NYC - 1972) starring Rue McClanahan (Co-star of television's "Maude," "The Golden Girls," etc.), Tom Aldredge, Alan Cauldwell, Drew Snyder, Hector Elias, Asa Gim, etc. Directed by Jeff Bleckner.
95 Still Alarm, The : "Great Success" by Joseph Arthur. Produced by the Messrs.Towers and Potter at the Bastable Theatre (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Harry Lacy, Lynn Pratt, Frank C. Bangs, John Birch, John Kinney, Belle Gold, Emma Brennan Ince, etc. Directed by Harry Lacy.
95 Stillsong : "The World Premiere" by Sallie Laurie. Produced at the Dallas Theater Center (TX - 1976) starring Judith Davis, Ted Bowlin, William George, Robyn Flatt, etc. Directed by Paul Baker.
95 Still Waters : "Comedy" by Augustus Thomas. Produced by Augustus Thomas in Hartford, CT (No specific location listed - No date) starring Donald Dillaway, Nyan Brownell, Henrietta Adams, Miriam Doyle, Thurston Hall, Robert Cummings, etc. Directed by Augustus Thomas.
95 Still Waters Run Deep : "The Celebrated Comedy" by Tom Taylor. Produced at the Criterion Theatre (London - No date) starring Charles Wyndham, Herbert Standing, Mary Moore, Bernard Beere, etc.
95 Stitch In Time, A : "A New Comedy Drama" by Oliver D. Bailey and Lottie E. Meaney. Produced by Oliver D.Bailey at the Wieting Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1918) starring Ben Hendricks, Perce Benton, Malcolm Fassett, Inez Ragan, Evelyn Carter Carrington, etc.
95 Stolen Fruit : "A Drama" by Dario Niccodemi (adapted by Gladys Unger). Various productions (1925 - 30) starring Ann Harding, Virginia Farmer, Harry Beresford, Rollo Peters, Helen Strickland, Vera Dunn, Nancy Sheridan, Grace Denning, Frank Thomas, Mabel Fields, etc. Originally produced (1925) by Henry W. Savage in association with A.H. Woods and directed by Rollo Lloyd.
95 Stomp : "The International Sensation "created by Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas. Various productions (1995 - 97) starring Steven Dean Davis, Ivan Delaforce, Dan Finnerty, etc.
95 Stomp Out Loud : "The New Sound on the Las Vegas Strip" produced at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino (2007).
95 Stones... A Visual Meditation : Produced at the Washington Hall Performance Gallery (Seattle, WA - No date) starring Maureen Jones, Paul Loper, Ed Groff, Jesse Jaramillo, etc. Directed by Michael Micheletti. Choreographed by Pam Schick. Music by Stuart Dempster and Michael Micheletti.
95 Stones in His Pockets : Book by Marie Jones. Produced at the Golden Theatre (NYC - 2001) starring Sean Campion, Conleth Hill, Stevie Ray Dallimore and Declan Mooney. Directed by Ian McElhinney.
95 Stop Flirting : "A Musical Farce" by Fred Jackson. Music by William Daly and Paul Lannin. Additional numbers by George Gershwin (Portrayed by Robert Alda in the 1945 biopic, "Rhapsody in Blue"). Produced by Alfred Butt with Alex A. Aarons at the Queen's Theatre (London - No date) starring Jack Melford, Marjorie Gordon, Mimi Crawford, Fred Astaire, Adele Astaire (Sister and dancing partner of Fred Astaire), etc. Directed by Felix Edwardes. Choreographed by Gus Sohlke. Songs include: "Stairway to Paradise," "The Best of Everything," "All to Myself," "Every Day', "It's Great to Be In Love," etc.
95 Stop It, Whoever You Are : Book by Henry Livings. Produced by Michael Codron at The Arts Theatre Club (London - 1961) starring Edmond Bennett, Wilfred Brambell (Most famous as "Paul's Grandfather" in the film, "A Hard Day's Night". Star of television's "Steptoe and Son" - the original British version of "Sanford and Son"), Roger Kemp, Arthur Lowe, Ronald Lacey, Rosamund Greenwood, etc. Directed by Vida Hope. Billed with "Three" by John Mortomer, N.F. Simpson and Harold Pinter starring Emlyn Williams, Wendy Craig, Richard Briers, etc.
95 Stop! Look! Listen! : "A Musical Comedy" by Harry B. Smith. Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Produced by Charles Dillingham at the Forrest Theatre (NYC - 1915) starring Gaby Deslys, Walter Wills, Olgo Olonova, Flo Hart, James Doyle, Harland Dixon, Harry Fox, Joseph Santley, Marion Davies, Florence Tempest, etc. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Songs include: "Blow Your Horn," "Hunting for a Star," "The Girl on the Magazine," "I Love a Piano," "A Pair of Ordinary Coons," "On the Beach at Waiki-Ki," "Very Good, Eddie," "Tommy Tipperary," etc.
95 Stop-Over : "A New Play" by Matt Taylor and Sam Taylor. Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1938) starring Arthur Byron, Sidney Blackmer, Muriel Kirkland, Calvin Thomas, Billy Redfield, Staats Cotsworth, etc. Directed by Worthington Miner.
95 Stop Press : Sketches by Moss Hart (Portrayed by George Hamilton in the 1963 biopic, "Act One") and Greatrex Newman. Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Additional music and lyrics by Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz, Noel Gay, Johnny Green and Greatrex Newman. Produced by Clifford Whitley at the Adelphi Theatre (London - 1935) starring Maurice Chevalier, Dorothy Dickson, Edwin Styles, The Le Roy Prinz Hollywood Girls, etc. Directed by Hassard Short. Choreographed by Margaret Sande and Florence Chumbecos. Songs include: "Confession," "How's Chances?," "Lonely Heart," "You and the Night and the Music," "Our Wedding Day," etc.
95 Stop The World - I Want To Get Off : "A New-Style Musical" with book, music and lyrics by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley. Various productions (1962 - 74) starring Anthony Newley (Husband of Joan Collins), Anna Quayle, Jennifer Baker and Susan Baker (Twin sisters), Kenneth Nelson, Joan Eastman, Paul Prece, Judy Townsend, Arte Johnson (Co-star of television's "Laugh In"), Suellen Estey, Diana Drew, Joel Grey, Kay Cole, Jill Choder, Julie Newmar (The original "Catwoman" on television's "Batman"), Lelsey Stewart, etc. Originally produced (1962) by David Merrick in association with Bernard Delfont, directed by Anthony Newley and choreographed by John Broome and Virginia Mason. Songs include: "Typically English," "Gonna Build a Mountain," "Once in a Lifetime," "What Kind of Fool Am I?," etc.
95 Stop Thief : "A Farce" by Carlyle Moore. Various productions (1913 - 16) starring Vivian Martin, Ruth Chester, Frank Bacon, Percy Ames, Robert Cummings (Not the film and television star), William H. Boyd ("Hopalong Cassidy"), Richard Bennett, Thomas Findlay, Albert Dunn, Edna Hibbard, Lelia Frost, Dickie Delaro, Nan Francis, Coralinn Waide, Adelaide Hibbard, Minna Gombel, Ralph F. Murphy, Frank Wilcox, etc.
95 Storefront Church : Book by John Patrick Shanley. Produced by the Atlantic Theater Company at the Linda Gross Theater (NYC - 2012) starring Bob Dishy, Giancarlo Esposito, Zach Grenier, Ron Cephas Jones, Jordan Lage, Tony Pinkins, etc. Directed by John Patrick Shanley.
95 Stories About The Old Days : Book by Bill Harris. Produced by The National Black Touring Circuit, Inc. at various theatres (No date). Directed by Latanya Richardson.
95 Stork, The : "A Comedy" by Laszlo Fodor (Adapted by Ben Hecht). Produced by Laurence Schwab and Frank Mandel at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1925) starring Fernand Gottschalk, Sam Coit, Thomas McLarnie, Barbara Bennett, Katherine Alexander, Lee Beggs, Carlotta Irwin, etc. Directed by Frederick Stanhope.
95 Stork Is Dead, The : "A Farce Comedy" by Hans Kottow (Adapted by Frederic and Fanny Hatton). Produced by A.H. Woods at the Forty-Eighth Street Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Ross Alexander, Nana Bryant, Ethel Norris, Frank Woodruff, Fred Stewart, etc.
95 Storm, The : "A Melodrama" by Langdon McCormick. Produced by George Broadhurst at various theatres (1919 - 22) starring Edward Arnold, Robert Rendel, Helen MacKellar, Ben Taggart, Harry Bond, etc. Directed by Lillian Trimble Bradley.
95 Storm, The : Book by Alexander Ostrovsky (translated by Stephen Lowe). Produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Barbican Center, London (1987) starring Simon Russell Beale, Nathaniel Parker, Sean O'Callaghan, Alfred Burke, Ruby Head, Susie Fairfax, Michael Jenner, etc. Directed by Nick Hamm. Music by Jonathan Rutherford.
95 Storm Beaten : "The Union Square Theatre Success" by Robert Buchanan. Produced by the Messrs. Jacobs and Proctor at the Union Square Theatre (NYC - No date) starring James J. Tighe, Mills Hall, Josie Batchelder, James Wilkins, Annie Williams, etc.
95 Storm Operation : "A New Play" by Maxwell Anderson. Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood and John F. Wharton) at various theatres (1943 - 44) starring Myron McCormick, Gertrude Musgrove, Bramwell Fletcher (Most famous as the co-star of the film "The Mummy" with Boris Karloff), Millard Mitchell (Most famous as "R.F. Simpson" in the film "Singin' in the Rain"), Cy Howard, Joseph De Santis, etc. Directed by Michael Gordon.
95 Storm Over Patsy : "A Comedy" by Bruno Frank (Adapted by James Bridie). Produced by The Theatre Guild at the Guild Theatre (NYC - 1937) starring Sara Allgood, Roger Livesey, Claudia Morgan, Ian McLean, Leo G. Carroll (Co-star of television's "The Man From U.N.C.L.E., etc.), Herbert Standing, etc. Directed by Phillip Moeller.
95 Storm Song : Book by Sidney R. Buchman. Produced by Robert V. Newman at the Broad Street Theatre (Philadelphia - 1930) starring Francine Larrimore, Henry O' Neil, Charles Starrett, Frank Shannon, Barton MacLane, Albert Vees, etc. Directed by Marion Gering.
95 Story For A Sunday Evening, A : Book by Paul Crabtree. Produced by Milo Thomas at The Playhouse (NYC - 1950) starring Cloris Leachman, Nana Martin, Henry Jones, Thomas J. King and Paul Crabtree. Directed by Paul Crabtree.
95 Story For Strangers, A : "A Parable" by Marc Connelly. Produced by Dwight Deere Wiman at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring Joseph Sweeney, Joann Dolan, Paul Huber, Joan Gray, James Dobson, George Cotton, etc. Directed by Marc Connelly.
95 Story Of My Life, The : "A New Musical" by Brian Hill. Music and lyrics by Neil Bartram. Produced at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 2009) starring Will Chase, Malcolm Gets, Bradley Dean and Jim Stanek. Directed by Richard Maltby, Jr. Songs include: "Write What You Know," "Mrs. Remington," "The Greatest Gift," "1876," "Normal," "Saying Goodbye," "I Like It Here," "Angels in the Snow," etc.
95 Story Of The Rosary, The : Book by Walter Howard. Produced by the Lew Wood Stock Company at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - No Date) starring Clifford Alexander, Edward Lamar, James Ardmore, Rita Knight, Edith Spencer, etc. Directed by J. Francis Kirk.
95 Story Of Waterloo, A : Book by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Produced at the Royal Lyceum Theatre (London - 1895) starring Henry Irving, Fuller Mellish, Ben Webster and Annie Hughes. Billed with "Bygones" by A.W. Pinero and "Don Quixote" by W. G. Wills.
95 Stovepipe Hat : "A Legend With Music" with book and lyrics by Walter F. Hannan, Edward Heyman and Harold Spina. Music by Harold Spina. Produced by Carl E. Ring at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1944) starring Jonathan Harris ("Dr. Smith" on television's "Lost in Space"), Morton DaCosta, Joan Chandler, Liam Dunn, Bob Kennedy, Ann Warren, The Eva Jessye Choir, Richard E. Gordon Choir, etc. Directed by Robert Ross. Choreographed by Helen Tamiris. Costumes by Lucinda Ballard.
95 Stover At Yale : Book by Owen Johnson (Adapted by Richard Heller). Music by Sam Pottle. Lyrics by Richard Heller. Produced by the Yale Dramatic Association (New Haven - 1954) starring Aubrey Goodman, M.R. Brooke, John Mueller, Percy Douglas, Peter Fine, etc. Directed by Leo S. Lavandero. Choreographed by Jay Sweeney. Songs include: "I Remember," "You Were a Dream' "When the Yale Men Come a' Callin," "Liberal Education," "We Stand Right Behind You," "These Are the Men," etc.
95 Strada, La : Book by Charles K. Peck, Jr. (Based on the Federico Fellini film). Music and lyrics by Lionel Bart. Produced by Charles K. Peck, Jr. at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Bernadette Peters, Larry Kert ("West Side Story," etc.), Stephen Pearlman, Robert Carle, Jack Fletcher, Lisa Belleran, Harry Endicott, Peggy Cooper, etc. Directed by Alan Schneider. Choreographed by Alvin Ailey. Songs include: "What's Going On Inside?," "Belonging," "You're Musical," "The Great Zampano," "Everything Needs Something," "The End of the Road," etc.
95 Straight and Narrow : "A New Comedy" by Jimmie Chinn. Produced at Wyndham's Theatre, London (1992) starring Nichols Lyndhurst, Carmel McSharry, Melanie Kilburn, Anna Keaveney, Peter Jonfield, John Hartley and Neil Daglish. Directed by Allan Davis.
95 Straight Thru The Door : "A Smart Mystery Comedy" by William Hodge. Produced at various theatres (1928) starring William Hodge, Jack C. Connelly, Abbott Adams, Carol March, Edward Cooper, etc. Directed by William Hodge.
95 Straight Tip, A : "The Brilliant Farcical Satire" by John J. McNally at various theatres (1890 - 94) starring James T. Powers, John Sparks, Peter F. Daly, Delia Stacy, Lillia Linden, Bert Coote, Flora Irwin, Frank A. Howard, Julie Kingsley, etc.
95 Strange Adventures Of Miss Brown, The : "A Farce" by Robert Buchanan and Charles Marlowe. Various productions (1904 - 12) starring Evert Jansen Wendell, Edward Shippen, Mabel Hinton, Nathalie Slocum, Ernest Joy, Lester Lonergan, Amy Lee, etc.
95 Strange Bedfellows : "A New Comedy" by Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements. Produced by Philip A. Waxman at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring Joan Tetzel, John Archer (Wife of Marjorie Lord. Father of Anne Archer.), Carl Benton Reid, Robin Craven, Marion Weeks, etc. Directed by Benno Schneider.
95 Strange Fruit : Book by Lillian Smith (With the assistance of Esther Smith). Produced by Jose Ferrer at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1945) starring Ralph Meeker, Murray Hamilton (Most famous as the "Mayor" in the film, "Jaws"), Eugenia Rawls, Francis Letton, Vera Allan, Juano Hernandez, (Robert) Earl Jones (Father of James Earl Jones), Esther Smith, Robert Daggett, George B. Oliver, etc. Directed by Jose Ferrer.
95 Strange Interlude : Book by Eugene O' Neill (Son of James O' Neill). Various productions (1928 - 85) starring Tom Powers, Judith Anderson, Richard Barbee, Glenn Anders, Eva Condon, Helen Westley, Charles Walters, Lynn Fontanne, Earl Larimore, Glenda Jackson, Brian Cox, Ralph Morgan (Brother of Frank Morgan), Betty Field, Pat Hingle, Geoffrey Horne, Geraldine Page, William Prince, Franchot Tone, Rip Torn (Husband of Geraldine Page), Collin Wilcox, Richard Thomas ("John Boy" on television's "The Waltons"), Jane Fonda, Ben Gazzara, Erskine Sanford, Basil Sydney, etc. Originally produced (1928) by The Theatre Guild and directed by Phillip Moeller.
95 Strange Marriage Of Fritz, The : or "Love of an Irish Girl" produced at various theatres (No date) starring J.K. Emmet, T.F. McCabe, Thad Shine, Emma Field, Jessie Burbank, etc.
95 Strange Woman, The : "A Comedy" by William Hurlbut. Produced by Klaw and Erlanger at various theatres (1913 - 14) starring Elsie Ferguson, Sarah McVicker, Annie Buckley, Hugh Dillman, Felix Morris, etc. Directed by William Hurlbut.
95 Stranger, The (by C. Dazey) : "A Comedy-Drama" by Charles Dazey. Produced by L.S. Sire at various theatres (1911) starring Wilton Lackaye, Harriet Brent, Rose Curry, Muriel Starr, etc. Directed by Wilton Lackaye.
95 Stranger, The (By A.von Katzebue) : or "The Misanthrope" by August von Katzebue. Produced at various theatres throughout Great Britain (1810 - 43) starring James R. Anderson, Charles Kemble, Gardiner Benwell, Julia Cruise, etc. Billed with "The Spoiled Child," "Bamboozling," "The Crown Prince," "In The Wrong Box," "The White Phantom," "The Bee Hive," "Ella Rosenberg," "The Lying Valet," "The Picturesque," "Killing No Murder," etc.
95 Stranger, The (by L. Reade) : "A New Play" by Leslie Reade. Produced by Shepard Traube at The Playhouse (NYC - 1945) starring Eugene Sigaloff, Alfred Hesse, Kim Spalding, Perry Wilson, Eduard Franz, etc. Directed by Shepard Traube.
95 Stranger In New York, A : "The Success of Two Continents" produced at various theatres (c. 1897) starring Harry Coner, Lloyd Wilson, Arthur Pacie, Nelie Butler, Sallie Randall, Sadie Martinot, Grace Tabor, Harry Rawlins, Anna Boyd, Paul F. Nicholson, Jr., Sydney Grant, etc.
95 Stranger Than Fiction : "An Adventure" by E.H. Sothern. Produced by Lee Shubert and John Craig at various theatres (1917) starring John Craig, Fred Eric, H. Cooper Cliffe, Edgar Norton, Mary Young, Robert Capron, etc. Directed by E.H. Sothern.
95 Strangers : "A New Play" by Sherman Yellen. Produced by Mike Merrick and Bill Wilson in association with Peter Owens at the John Golden Theatre (NYC - 1979) starring Bruce Dern, Lois Nettleton, William Newman, Ellen Parker, etc. Directed by Arvin Brown.
95 Strangers, The (By J. Hall) : Book by John Hall. Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - 1957) starring Sheila Allen, John Woodvine, Barry Wilsher, Wendy Williams, etc. Directed by John Moody.
95 Strangers, The (By A. Rosenthal) : "A New Play" by Andrew Rosenthal. Produced by The Westport Country Playhouse Arts Council at the Westport Country Playhouse (CT - 1963) starring Cornelia Otis Skinner, Jane Wyatt, Constance Cummings, Peggy Conklin, Penny Fuller, Laurence Hugo, Margaret Hamilton (Most famous as "The Wicked Witch of the West" in the film "The Wizard of Oz"), Willard Swire, etc. Directed by Carmen Capalbo.
95 Stranglers Of Paris, The : "Wonderful Story" by Adolphe Belot. Various productions (1884 - 92) starring Frank Base, Edward Ames, Nagle Barry, Maud Miller, Emma Percival, Gerald Eyre, James Wallis, Oliver Wren, Selena Fetter, etc.
95 Strategists, The : Produced by Bell's Comedians at H.R. Jacobs' Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1893).
95 Straw Hat Revue : "One Thing... After Another" with sketches and lyrics by Elizabeth Berryhill. Music by Gordon Connell. Produced by The Strawhatters (San Francisco - c. 1948) starring Elizabeth Berryhill, Gordon Connell, David Fulmer, Jane Bennett Connell (Jane Connell), Nan Tillson, Robert Cowell, etc. Directed by Elizabeth Berryhill. Songs include: "Whatever Became of Vaudeville?," "Ad Song," "Pinole," etc.
95 Straw Hat Revue, The : Sketches by Max Liebman. Music and lyrics by Sylvia Fine (Wife of Danny Kaye) and James Shelton. Produced by The Straw hat Company at the ambassador Theatre (NYC - 1939) starring Alfred Drake, Danny Kaye, Imogene Coca, Dorothy Bird, James Shelton, Jerome Robbins, Robert Burton, etc. Directed by Max Liebman. Choreographed by Jerome Andrews. Songs include: "Crashing Thru," "Trampling on Life," "Child Star," "Anatole of Paris," etc.
95 Streamers : "A New Play" by David Rabe. Various productions (1976 - 77) starring Terry Alexander, Philip Bosco, Joseph Bova, Howard E. Rollins, Jr., Peter Weller ("Robocop"), Dorian Harewood, Dolph Sweet, Mark Metcalf, Louis Tyrrell, Michael Seldes, Malcolm Meeks, W(illiam). H. Macy, Donald Corren, Richard Cox, Meshach Taylor, J.J. Johnston, etc. Originally produced (1976) by Joseph Papp for the New York Shakespeare Festival and directed by Mike Nichols.
95 Street Corner Symphony : Book by Marion J. Caffey. Produced by Kenneth Waissman and Bryan Bantry in association with Sharleen Cooper Cohen at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NYC - 1997) starring Carol Denis, Victor Trent Cook, Stacy Francis, Eugene Fleming, C.E. Smith, etc. Directed by Marion J. Caffey. Songs include: "Dancing in the Street," "The Way You Do the Things You Do," "Try a Little Tenderness," "Unchained Melody'. "American Pie," "Love Train," "The Tracks of My Tears," "Midnight Train to Georgia," "Proud Mary," etc.
95 Street Of Dreams : "A Selection of songs from Cole Porter to Randy Newman" performed by James Naughton. Produced by Mike Nichols at the Promenade Theatre (NYC - c. 2000).
96 Street Scene : Book by Elmer Rice. Various productions (1929 - 31) starring Beulah Bondi, Hilda Bruce, John M. Qualen, Mary Emerson, Jean Sidney, Leo Bulgakov, Luther Adler, Sadie Banks, Ida Moore, Gordon Hicks, Sidney Selwyn, Arline (Arlene) Francis, Pearl White, etc. Originally produced (1929) by William A. Brady and directed by Elemer Rice.
96 Street Scene (Musical) : "A Dramatic Musical by Elmer Rice. Music by Kurt Weill. Lyrics by Langston Hughes. Various productions (1947 - 90) starring Anne Jeffreys (Wife of Robert Sterling), Norman Cordon, Brian Sullivan, Hope Emerson, Sydney Rayner, Sheila Bond, Danny Daniels, Robert Rierson, Michele McBride, Josepha Gayer, Robert Ferrier, Charles Karel, David Frye, Marian Martin, Neil Patterson, Catherine Zeta Jones, George S. Irving, Ruth Kobart, William Chapman, Albert S. Bennett, Mimi Sherman, Nancy Cameron, Jane Ives, Casper Roos, Dawn Spare, Robert Weed, etc. Originally produced (1947) by Dwight Deere Wiman and The Playwrights' Company, directed by Charles Friedman and choreographed by Anna Sokolow with costumes by Lucinda Ballard. Songs include: "Get a Load of That," "When a Woman Has a Baby," "Somehow I Never Could Believe," "Wrapped in a Ribbon and Tied in a Bow," "Wouldn't You Like to Be on Broadway?," "Remember That I Care," "We'll Go Away Together," "Ain't It Awful the Heat?," etc.
96 Street Singer, The : "A Musical Comedy of Americans Abroad" by Cyrus Wood and Edgar Smith. Music by Nicholas Kempner. Lyrics by Graham John. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at the Shubert Theatre (Boston - No date) starring Queenie Smith (Co-star of television's "The Funny Side"), Harry K. Morton, Archie Leach (Cary Grant), Nick Long, Jr., Frank Lalor, George Hassell, Jimmy Lyman, etc. Directed by Marcel Varnel. Songs include: "You Never Can Tell," "When Everything is Honkey-Dorey," "I May Be Wrong," "Jumping Jimminy," etc.
96 Streetcar Named Desire, A : Book by Tennessee Williams. Various productions (1947 - 2005) starring Marlon Brando, Jessica Tandy, Kim Hunter, Karl Malden, Helena Bossis, Yves Vincent, Robert Moor, Uta Hagen, Anthony Quinn, Vivian Blaine, John Ericson, Paul Church, Mary Thorpe, Tallulah Bankhead, Gerald O' Laughlin, Frances Heflin (Sister of Van Heflin), Rudy Bond, Jim Tolkan, Mary Russell Ragsdale, Michael Fairman, Rhoda B. Carrol, Lindsay Crouse, Edward J. Moore, Peggy Rea, John Malkovich, Alan Ruck, Robert Kurcz, Laura Innes, Philip Bosco, Patricia Conolly, Priscilla Pointer, Rosemary Harris, James Farentino, Russell Hardie, Judith Evelyn, Claire Bloom (Wife of Rod Steiger), Martin Shaw, Joss Ackland, Morag Hood, Julie Harris, Robert Forster, Allen Garfield, Cliff Gorman, Diana Barrymore (Daughter of John Barrymore. Portrayed by Dorothy Malone in the 1958 biopic, "Too Much, Too Soon"), George Keathley, John Munson, Virginia Maddocks, Marcell Dill, Louise Platt, Phillip Kenneally, Jack Gonzalez, Madalene Shreve, Jo Graham, Joe Shaw, David Harum, Greta Lambert, Eleanor David, Claire Hackett, Elizabeth Marvel, Saidah Arrika Ekulona, Jenny Bacon, Bruce McKenzie, Natasha Richardson, John C. Reilly, Amy Ryan, Chris Bauer, Starla Benford, John Carter, Frank Pando, Barbara Sims, Will Toale, Jill Covington, Connie Geis, Jeff Holbrook, Duane Hutson, Jr., Carolyn Kern, Moire MacDonald, Rebecca Meersman, etc. Originally produced (1947) by Irene M. Selznick and directed by Elia Kazan with costumes by Lucinda Ballard.
96 Streets Are Guarded, The : "New Play" by Laurence Stallings. Produced by John C. Wilson at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1944) starring Jeanne Cagney (Sister of James Cagney), Len Doyle, Gordon Nelson, Morton L. Stevens, Phil Brown, George Matthews, Jack Manning, David Lewis, etc. Directed by John Haggott.
96 Streets Of New York, The : "Famous Comedy Melodrama" by Dion Boucicault. Various productions (1873 - 65) starring H.R. Brennan, Harry Irving, Minnie DeLange, E.R. Burton, Hal Warren, Mamie Lewis, T.J. Quinn, Joseph Howard, Lillian Jerome, Alma Deane, Susan Denin, Nellie Boyd, Lulu Jordan, Harry Jordan, Romney Brent, Rollo Peters, Frank Conlan, Dorothy Gish, Jane-Ellen ball, Dan Graham, Henry Thomas, Florence Lacey, Peter Joray, Freeman Hamond, George C. Boniface, Emma Butler, etc.
96 Streets Of New York, The (Musical) : "A New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Barry Alan Grael (Based on the play by Dion Boucicault). Music by Richard B. Chodosh. Produced by Gene Dingenary and Jane Galliland at the Maidman Playhouse (NYC - 1964) starring Ralston Hall, Gail Johnston, Barbara Williams, David Cryer, Barry Alan Grael, etc. Directed by Joseph Hardy. Choreographed by Neal Kenyon. Songs include: "Tourist Madrigal," "If I May," "Where Can the Rich and Poor Be Friends," "Laugh After Laugh', "Close Your Eyes," etc.
96 Streets Of Paris, The : "New Musical Revue" with sketches by Tom McKnight, Charles Sherman and S.Jay Kaufman. Music by Jimmy McHugh. Lyrics by Al Dubin. Additional numbers by Harold J. Rome. Produced by The Messrs.Shubert in association with Olsen and Johnson at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1939) starring Bobby Clark (Of the comedy team, "Clark and McCullough"), Luella Gear, Abbott and Costello, Carmen Miranda, Gower (Champion) and Jeane, "Think -A -Drink" Hoffman, Gloria Gilbert, The Hylton Sisters, Jean Sablon, etc. Directed by Edward Duryea Dowling. Choreographed by Robert Alton. Costumes by Irene Sharaff. Songs include: "The Streets of Paris," "Thanks for the Francs," "Danger in the Dark," "Three Little Maids," "Doin' the Chamberlain," "South American Way," "History is Made at Night', "Reading, Writing and a Little Bit of Rhythm," etc.
96 Strength Of The Weak, The : Book by Alice M. Smith and Charlotte Thompson. Produced by John Cort at the Davidson Theatre (Milwaukee - 1907) starring Florence Roberts, Adelaide Manola, Ruth Allen, Fanny Cannon, Ida Asher, Tyrone Power (Father of the film star), Frank Woodson, etc. Directed by Lucius Henderson.
96 Strictly Business : Produced at Bidwell's Academy of Music (New Orleans - 1882) starring C. B. Bishop, Alfred H. Hasting, Miron Leffingwell, Rose Osborne, May Mangus, Alfy Perry, etc.
96 Strictly Dishonorable : "A Comedy" by Preston Sturges. Various productions (1929 - 65) starring Edward Hartford, Cesar Romero, Elizabeth Love, Rudolph Badaloni, John Altieri, Muriel Kirkland, Carl Anthony, John Robb, Guido Alexander, Ralph Locke, Lee Baker, Fiobelle Fairbanks, Dick Van Patten (Television's "Eight is Enough"), Walter Flanagan, Harold J. Kennedy, John Gordon, Sumner Gard, etc. Originally produced (1929) by Brock Pemberton and directed by Brock Pemberton and Antoinette Perry.
96 Strictly Personal : "An Anthology of English Prose and Verse" presented by Bernard Miles and Josephine Wilson at the Theatre at Rosehill (London - No date).
96 Strider : "A Play With Music" by Mark Rozovsky (Adapted from a story by Leo Tolstoy). English stage version by Robert Kalfin and Steve Brown (Based on a translation by Tamara Bering Sunguroff). Music originally composed by M. Rozovsky and S. Vetkin. Original Russian lyrics by Uri Riashentsev. New music by Norman L. Berman. New English lyrics by Steve Brown. Various productions (1979 - 80) starring Gerald Hiken, Gordon Gould, Roger DeKoven, Ronnie Newman, Skip Lawing, Joel Kenyon, Neil Flanagan, Richard Loder, Wyn Warren, etc. Originally produced (1979) by The Chelsea Theater Center (NYC) and directed by Robert Kalfin and Lynne Gannaway.
96 Strife : Book by John Galsworthy. Various productions (1909 - 67) starring Louis Calvert, Fred Gottschalk, Cecil Yapp, Albert Bruning, Lee Baker, Pedro De Cordoba, Derek Smith, Martin Friend, Roger Croucher, etc.
96 Strike A Match : Book by Robert Smith. Produced by Richard Aldrich (Portrayed by Richard Crenna in the 1968 biopic, "Star") at the Cape Playhouse (Dennis, MA - 1953) starring June Havoc (Portrayed as "Dainty June" in "Gypsy" on stage and film), David White, Kirk Alyn (Most famous as "Superman" in the film serial of the 1940s. Husband of Virginia O' Brien), Richard Carlyle, Joseph Warren, etc. Directed by June Havoc.
96 Strike Me Pink : "New Musical Revue" with sketches by Jack McGowan and additional dialogue by Mack Gordon. Music and lyrics by Lew Brown and Ray Henderson (Portrayed by Ernest Borgnine and Dan Dailey in the 1956 biopic, "The Best Things in Life Are Free"). Produced by Lew Brown and Ray Henderson at various theatres (1933) starring Lupe Velez ("The Mexican Spitfire"), Jimmy ("Schnozzle") Durante, Hope Williams, Hal Le Roy (Most famous as "Harold Teen" on film), Eddie Garr (Father of Teri Garr), Roy Atwell, Johnny Downs, George Dewey Washington, Al Goodman and His Orchestra, etc. Directed by Jack McGowan. Choreographed by Seymour Felix. Songs include: "An Old Hollywood Custom," "It's Great to Be Alive," "A Bit of Temperament," "Home to Harlem," "Buy American!," "Let's Call It a Day," "Memories," "I Hate to Think That You'll Grow Old, Baby," "Hollywood, Park Avenue and Broadway," etc.
96 Strike Up The Band : Book by Morrie Ryskind (Based on a libretto by George S. Kaufman). Music by George Gershwin with lyrics by Ira Gershwin (Portrayed by Robert Alda and Herbert Rudley in the 1945 biopic, "Rhapsody in Blue"). Various productions (1929 - 2002) starring Bobby Clark and Paul McCullough, Dudley Clements, Blanche Ring, Doris Carson, Ethel Kenyon, Red Nichols and His Orchestra ("Red Nichols" portrayed by Danny Kaye in the 1959 biopic, The Five Pennies"), Lynn Redgrave, Philip Bosco, Kristin Chenoweth, Judy Kuhn, Avery Schreiber (Of the comedy team, "Burns and Schreiber'), Faye Dewitt, Kirby Ward, Donald Most ("Ralph Malph" on television's "Happy Days"), Beverly Ward, etc. Originally produced (1929) by Edgar Selwyn, directed by Alexander Leftwich and choreographed by George Hale. Songs include: "I Mean to Say," "Soon," "Typical Self-Made American," "Strike Up the Band," "Mademoiselle from New Rochelle," "There Was Never Such a Charming War," etc. Additional Gershwin songs added to revivals: "The Man I Love," "Yankee Doodle Rhythm," "I've Got a Crush on You," etc.
96 Strings, My Lord, Are False, The : Book by Paul Vincent Carroll. Produced by Edward Choate in association with Alexander Kirkland and John Sheppard, Jr. at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1942) starring Walter Hampden, Ruth Vivian, Constance Dowling, Philip Boureuf, Ruth Gordon, Art Smith, Tom Tully, Frances Bavier (Most famous as "Aunt Bee" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Mayberry RFD"), Hale Norcross, Gordon Nelson, Sherman MacGregor, etc. Directed by Elia Kazan.
96 Strip For Action : "A New Show" by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Produced by Oscar Serlin, Russel Crouse and Howard Lindsay at the National Theatre (NYC - 1942) starring Keenan Wynn (Son of Ed Wynn), Eleanor Lynn, Joey Faye ("Mack and Myer for Hire" on film), Jean Carter, Murray Leonard, Jack Albertson (Oscar winner for "The Subject Was Roses". Star of television's "Chico and the Man".), Bert Freed, Wendell Corey, Coby Ruskin, etc. Directed by Bretaigne Sovey.
96 Strip For Action (Musical) : "A New Musical Comedy" by Paul Streger and Eli Basse (Based on a comedy by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse). Music by Jimmy McHugh. Lyrics by Harold Adamson. Produced by Howard Hoyt and Igor Cassini (Syndicated gossip columnist known as "Cholly Knickerbocker". Brother of Oleg Cassini.) in association with William G. Costin, Jr. at various theatres (1956) starring Yvonne Adair, Jack Whiting, Jerome Courtland, Joey Faye ("Mack and Myer for Hire" on film), Lou Browne, Hal Linden (Television's "Barney Miller.), Dana Elcar, Danny Dayton, Sue Anne Langdon (Television's "Jackie Gleason's American Scene Magazine," "Arnie," etc.), Jessica James, etc. Directed by Don Hershey. Choreographed by James Starbuck. Songs include: "Chaps from Annapolis," "Dame Crazy," "Too Young to Go Steady," "I Just Found Out About Love," "Rock and Roll Bump," "I Just Want to be a Song and Dance Man," "Good Old Days of Burlesque," "Gotta Have a Man, Sometime," "Love Me As Though There Were No Tomorrow," etc.
96 Striplings, The : Book by Nina Warner Hooke. Produced by James H. Lawrie at the New Arts Theatre Club (London - 1963) starring Karin Fernald, Michael Crawford ("The Phantom of the Opera," etc.), Tony Calvin and Jane Bolton. Directed by John Knight.
96 Strippers : "A New Comedy" by Peter Terson. Produced by Duncan C. Weldon with Paul Gregg and Lionel Becker at the Phoenix Theatre (London - 1985) starring Pamela Blackwood, Judi Lamb, Lyn Douglas, Gavin Muir, Joan Linder, Denise Bryson, etc. Directed by John Blackmore.
96 Strollers, The : "Musical Drollery" by Harry B. Smith (Adapted from the German of L. Krenn and C. Lindau). Music by Ludwig Englander. Various productions (1901 - 02) starring Francis Wilson, Edwin Foy (Portrayed by Bob Hope and Eddie Foy, Jr. on film), James Darling, Irene Bentley, Ruby Reid, Maud Thomas, John Henshaw, Al Morris, Joseph Ratliff, George C. Boniface, Jr., John D. Gilbert, Alice Davenport, Marguerita Sylva, etc.
96 Strong Are Lonely, The : Book by Fritz Hochwalder (Adapted by Eva Le Gallienne). Produced by Walter P. Chrysler, Jr. at various theatres (1953) starring Victor Francen, Dennis King, Philip Bourneuf, Nils Asther, Wesley Addy (Husband of Celeste Holm), Paul Ballantine, Earl Montgomery, etc. Directed by Margaret Webster.
96 Strong Breed, The : Book by Wole Soyinka."Two African Plays" (Including "The Trials of Brother Jero" by Wole Soyinka) produced by Ferris-Belgrave Productions in association with Afolabi Ajayi and Diana Sands at the Greenwich Mews Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Afolabi Ajaji, Mary Alice, Lauren Jones, Robertearl Jones (Robert Earl Jones - Father of James Earl Jones), Roger Robinson, Dennis Tate, Aston Young, Vernon Washington, etc. Directed by Cynthia Belgrave.
96 Stronger, The : Book by August Strindberg (Free adaptation by George Tabori). Produced by T. Edward Hambleton and Norris Houghton at the Phoenix Theatre (NYC - 1955 - 56) starring Ruth Ford, Jamie Smith and Vivica Lindfors. Billed with "Miss Julie" by August Strindberg starring James Daly (Co-star of television's "Medical Center". Father of Tyne Daly and Tim Daly.).
96 Strongheart : "An American Comedy-Drama" by William C. De Mille (Older brother of Cecil B. De Mille). Produced at various theatres (c. 1906) starring Robert Edeson, Harrison Ford, Richard Stirling, Sydney Ainesworth, Louise Drew, Mary Boland, Ira Hards, etc. Directed by William Harris and Taylor Holmes.
96 Struck Gas : "The Catchy Farce Comedy" produced at The People's Theatre (Chicago - 1891) starring Lillian Harper, E.H. Sullivan, William Hugh Mack, Lois Ripley, Maud Harris, Myrtle Arlington, etc.
96 Struck Oil : "The Successful American Play" by Samuel W. Smith. Produced at the Music Hall (New Haven, 1879) starring J.C. Williamson, Maggie Moore, Harry Sinclair, Raymond Holmes, Walter Westmore, Charles Clarke, etc.
96 Stubborn Cinderella, A : "A New Musical Play" by William M. Hough and Frank R. 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 Broadway Theatre (NYC - 1909) starring Charles Prince, Dorothy Brenner, Robert Harrington, John Wheeler, John Barrymore (Portrayed by Errol Flynn in the 1957 biopic, "Too Much, Too Soon"), Clarence Lutz, Helen Salinger, etc.
96 Stubbornness Of Geraldine, The : "A New and Original Play" by Clyde Fitch. Produced at various theatres (1902) starring Mary Mannering, Amy Ricard, Anita Rothe, Rosa Cooke, Arthur Byron, H.Hassard Short, etc.
96 Stud, The : Produced at the Olympic Circus (Bridge Place, Shrewsbury, England - 1829). Billed with "The Spirit of Emulation," "The Single Horse," etc.
96 Student Gypsy, The : or "The Prince of Liederkranz" with book, music and lyrics by Rick Besoyan. Produced by Sandy Farber at the Fifty-Fourth Street Theatre (NYC - 1963) starring Eileen Brennan, Dom De Luise, Shannon Bolin, Don Stewart, Dick Hoh, Allen Swift, etc. Directed by Rick Besoyan. Choreographed by Ray Harrison. Songs include: "Romance," "It's a Wonderful Day to Do Nothing," "The Grenadiers' Marching Song," "Kiss Me," "Seventh Heaven Waltz," "Gypsy of Love," "My Love is Yours," etc.
96 Student King, The : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection. See - "Opera and Operetta Programs" by title.
96 Student Prince, The : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection. See - "Opera and Operetta Programs" by title.
96 Students On A Lark : "The Gorgeous Comedy Musical Extravaganza" produced by Turner's English Girls Big Burlesque Company at various theatres (No date) starring Letta Meredith, Madeline Foucher, Carrie Watson, Lida Clark, May Calder, Charles Hanley, etc. Billed with a selection of vaudeville acts including "The Knights of Killarney" (Grand March Descriptive), Nina Bertolini ("Songs and Medley of Dances"), Hanley and Jarvis (Black Face Comedians), etc. and "Arrival of the English Girls " ("The Modern Burlesque").
96 Subject To Fits : "A Response to Dostoyevsky's "The Idiot' " by Robert Montgomery. Produced by the Experimental Theatre at the Long Wharf Theatre (San Francisco - 1970) starring Sarah Albertson, Thomas Buccello, Dori Levine, Patrick Lynch, Les Roberts, etc. Directed by Thomas B. Haas.
96 Subject Was Roses, The : "A New Play" by Frank D. Gilroy. Various productions (1964 - 66) starring Jack Albertson, Irene Dailey (Sister of Dan Dailey), Martin Sheen, Maureen O' Sullivan, Chester Morris, Walter McGinn, Martha Scott, Tony Geary ("Luke Spencer" on television's "General Hospital"), Bella Jarrett, Jim Lantz, Ronetta Wallman and John McCann. Originally produced (1964) by Edgar Lansbury (Brother of Angela Lansbury) and directed by Ulu Grosbard.
96 Substance Of Fire, The : Book by Jon Robin Baitz. Substance Of Fire, The : Book by Jon Robin Baitz. Various productions (1992 - 93) starring Mark Margolis, Mark Gaylord, Nancy McDoniel, Kelly Wolf, Patrick Breen, Ron Rifkin, Jon Tenney, Gena Rowlands, etc. Directed by Tony Giordano and Daniel Sullivan.
96 Substitute, The : "The Successful Comedy Drama" produced at Myers Grand Opera House (Janesville, WI - 1894) starring Ezra Kendal, Jenie Dunn, Leo Hardman, William McDonald, etc. Directed by Will O. Wheeler.
96 Substitute For Murder : "A Comedy" by William Jourdan Rapp and Leonardo Bercovici. Produced by William Harris, Jr. at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1935) starring Jessie Royce Landis, Francis Lister, Ruth Gates, Myron McCormick, Tucker McGuire and Robert Sloane. Directed by William Harris, Jr.
96 Subway Express : "A Novel Play" by Eva Kay Flint and Martha Madison. Various productions (1929 - 31) starring Bernard Schwartz, Anthony Pawley, Virginia Stone, Dorothy Peterson, Barton McLane, Virginia Otis, Charlotte Weinstein, Louis Jospey, Lew Eckels, Nancy Kelly, etc. Directed by Chester Erskine and Ralph Simone.
96 Subways Are For Sleeping : "The New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Music by Jule Styne. Produced by David Merrick at the St. James Theatre (NYC - 1961 - 62) starring Sydney Chaplin ("Funny Girl," "Bells Are Ringing," etc. Son of Charles Chaplin), Carol Lawrence ("West Side Story," "Saratoga," etc. Wife of Robert Goulet.), Orson Bean (Regular panelist on television's "To Tell the Truth"), Phyllis Newman (Regular panelist on television's "What's My Line?". Wife of Adolph Green.), Gene Varrone, Gordon Connell (Husband of Jane Connell), Michael Bennett ("A Chorus Line," etc.), Joe Hill, etc. Directed and choreographed by Michael Kidd with Marc Breaux. Songs include: "Girls Like Me," "Who Knows What Might Have Been," "Be A Santa," "Comes Once in a Lifetime," "What is This Feeling in the Air?," "I'm Just Taking My Time," etc.
96 Success : Book by A.A. Milne. Music by Norman O' Neill. Produced at the Theatre Royal Haymarket (London - 1923) starring Charles Cherry, Grace Lane, John Williams, Mildred Barnes, Halliwell Hobbes, Reginald Owen, Eric Stanley, etc. Directed by Norman McKinnel.
96 Success Story : Book by John Howard Lawson ("The Hollywood Ten"). Produced by the Group Theatre at Maxine Elliott's Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Stella Adler, Ruth Nelson, Morris Carnovsky, Luther Adler (Brother of Stella Adler), Art Smith, Russell Collins, etc. Directed by Lee Strasberg.
96 Successful Calamity, A : "New Play" by Clare Kummer. Various productions (1917 - 21) starring William Gillette, Louise Rutter, Ruth Findlay, Richard Sterling, Claus Bogel, Charles Lane, Estelle Winwood, Roland Young (Most famous as the star of the "Topper" film series), Richard Barbee, R.C. Bates, W.R. Brewster, W.T. Lusk, etc. Originally produced (1917) and directed by Arthur Hopkins.
96 Successor, The : Book by Reinhard Raffalt (Adapted by Steven Vas). Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - 1964) starring Michael Jayston (Most famous as "Tzar Nicholas II" in the film, "Nicholas and Alexander"), Russell Hunter, Charles Pemberton, Richard Wardsworth, Frank Middlemass, Stanley Bates, etc. Directed by Val May.
96 Such A Little Queen : "A Comedy" by Channing Pollock. Produced by Henry B. Harris at the Hackett Theatre (NYC - 1909) starring Elsie Ferguson, Jesse Ralph, George W. Barnum, Francis Byrne, Frank Gillmore, Marion Little, etc.
96 Such Is Life : "A New Play of Yesterday and Today" by Peter Glenny and Marie Armstrong Hecht. Various productions (1917 - 27) starring Roland Tiemann, Bernard Delaney, John Blair, Ernest Rowan, Francis Travers, Lionell (Lionel) Atwill, Cathleen Nesbitt, Cecil Yapp, Lou Alter, Kathleen Robinson, Ralph Sprague, Sydney Shields, etc.
96 Such Things Only Happen In Books : Book by Thornton Wilder. Produced by the Yale Dramatic Association at Vasser College (Poughkeepsie, NY - 1932) starring Schuyker Watts, Linda Leeds, George Fitch and Edward Mills. Billed with "Love and How to Cure It," "Long Christmas Dinner" and The Happy Journey to Trenton and Camden" (All written by Thornton Wilder). Directed by Alexander Dean and Catherine Codman. "This Program Can Be Read in the Dark".
96 Sudden And Accidental Re-Education Of Horse Johnson, The : "A New Play" by Douglas Taylor. Produced by Gene Persson, Orin Lehman, Jay Harnick and Cora Gay Carr at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1968) starring Jack Klugman, Kathleen Maguire, Fred Kareman, Jill Clayburgh, William Bogart and Mitchell Ryan. Directed by George Morrison.
96 Sudden Spring, A : "A New Play With Music" by Halsted Welles (Adapted by Elihu Winer). Music by Irving Actman. Lyrics by Ruth Hughes Aarons. Produced by Sidney Gordon by special arrangement with Alfred de Liagre, Jr. at the Falmouth Playhouse (MA - 1956) starring Celeste Holm, Frank Overton, Ernest Graves, Phyllis Newman, Mickey Calin (Michael Callan), Reginald Beane, etc. Directed by Henry T. Weinstein.
96 Suddenly, Last Summer : Book by Tennessee Williams. Produced by the Ivanhoe Theatre Corporation at the Ivanhoe Theatre (Chicago - 1973) starring Sylvia Sydney, Katherine Houghton (Niece of Katharine Hepburn), Joel Stedman, Marie Brady, etc. Directed by George Keathley.
96 Suds : Book by Arthur C. Clarke. Produced by the Dixwell Players at the Dixwell Community House (New Haven - 1929) starring Louise Jackson, Harold Taylor, Alice Thompson, Charles Smithwick and Winfield Taylor. Directed by Bradford Crocker. One of "Three One-Act Plays of Negro Life" including "Rackey" by Ernest Howard Culbertson and "The Man Who Died at Twelve O' Clock" by Paul Green." The present interest in the life of colored folk, as evidenced by the large dramatic, musical and literary output based on material from that source, makes it especially appropriate that the Dixwell Players should present again a bill of Negro plays."
96 Suds In Your Eye : "A Comedy" by Jack Kirkland (Based on a novel by Mary Lasswell). Produced by Brown and Del Bondio at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1944) starring Jane Darwell, Brenda Forbes, Kasia Orzazewski, John Adair, Ruth Gilbert, Wanda Sponder, Kenneth Tobey, etc. Directed by Jack Kirkland.
96 Sue : Book by Bret Harte and T. Edgar Pemberton. Produced by The Pike Theatre Company at The Pike Opera House (Cincinnati, Ohio - 1902) starring Byron Douglas, John B. Maher, Neil Florence, Wesley Browning, Angela McCaul, Angela Dolores, etc. Directed by William Seymour.
96 Suffering Suffragettes : Book by The Bowman Brothers and Althea Luce. Music by Ted Snyder. Lyrics by Bert Kalmer (Portrayed by Fred Astaire in the 1950 biopic, "Three Little Words"). Produced by The Bowman Brothers Amusement Company at the Murray Hill Theatre (NYC - 1911) starring Joe Emerson, Bob Van Ostin, James M. Bowman, Rose Stevens, Helen Newhouse, Harry Tanner, etc. Directed by William T. Bowman. Choreographed by Raymond Midgeley.
96 Sugar : "A New Musical Comedy" by Peter Stone (Based on the screenplay, "Some Like It Hot" by Billy Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond. Based on a story by Robert Thoeren.). Music by Jule Styne. Lyrics by Bob Merrill. Produced by David Merrick and Neil Petree at various theatres (1972 - 74) starring Robert Morse, Tony Roberts, Cyril Ritchard, Elaine Joyce (Wife of Bobby Van), Steve Condos (Of the "Condos Brothers" dance team), Sheila Smith, Alan Kass, Leland Palmer, Virginia Martin ("Little Me," etc.), Joe Ross, Johnny Desmond (Most famous as the male vocalist with the Glenn Miller Army Air Force Orchestra), Gene Cooper, etc. Directed and choreographed by Gower Champion ("Bye Bye Birdie', "Hello, Dolly!," "42nd Street," etc.). Songs include: "Windy City Marmalade," "The Beauty That Drives Men Mad," "November Song," "Sugar," "It's Always Love," "When You Meet a Man in Chicago," etc.
96 Sugar Babies : "The Burlesque Musical" by Ralph G. Allen and Harry Rigby. Sketches by Ralph G. Allen (Based on traditional material). Music by Jimmy McHugh. Lyrics by Dorothy Fields, Harold Adamson and Al Dubin. Additional music and lyrics by Arthur Malvin. Produced by Terry Allen Kramer and Harry Rigby in association with Columbia Pictures at various theatres (1979 - 88) starring Mickey Rooney, Ann Miller, Sid Stone ("The Pitchman"), Jack Fletcher, Peter Leeds, Ann Jillian, Michael Allen Davis (Comedy juggler), Maxie Furman, Chaz Chase, Jane Summerhays, Rhondsa Burchmore, Chris Emmett, Peter Reeves, etc. Directed and choreographed by Ernest Flatt. Songs include: "A Good Old Burlesque Show," "Let Me Be Your Sugar Baby," "I Feel a Song Comin' On," "Immigration Rose," "Don't Blame Me," "Mr. Banjo Man," "Exactly Like You," "I Just Want To Be a Song and Dance Man," "You Can't Blame Your Uncle Sammy," etc.
96 Suicide, The : "A Comedy" by Nikolai Erdman. Various translations, adaptations and productions (1980 - 82) starring Derek Jacobi, Madeleine Thornton-Sherwood, John Heffernan, Angela Pietropinto, Laura Esterman, Richard Bauer, Leslie Cass, Halo Wines, Robert Prosky, Seth Allen, Mary Cobb, Richard Jenkins, Margo Skinner, Derek Meader, etc. Originally produced by The Aurora Stage Wing and directed by Jonas Jurasas.
96 Suite America: A Celebration : "A New Musical Entertainment for the Entire Family" by Liam Sullivan. Music and lyrics by Gary Young and Edward Cardinali. Produced by Stanford Richard Gamburg at The American Theatre (Los Angeles - 1976) starring Tim Bowman, Adrian Davis, Foster Johnson, Michael Norris, Greg Rosatti, Marilyn Tokuda, etc. Directed by George Boyd. Choreographed by Robert Talmage. Songs include: "Tea Power," "Jefferson Campaign Song," "Winds of Santa Ana," "Southern Comfort," "Ku Klux Klods," "Paper Scratch Blues," "Ah, Do You Remember?," etc.
96 Suite 16 : "A New Musical Comedy" by Parker A. Hord (Adapted by Edward A. Paulton). Music by Silvio Hein. Lyrics by Edward A. Paulton. Produced by F.C. Whitney at the Empire Theatre (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Rose Boylan, Arthur Boylan, Alexander Clark, Ada Sinclair, Peter Swift, Flo Ross, etc. Directed by Edgar I. Schooley. Songs include: "Wiggle Waggle," "I'd Like to Plant a Smile," "The First Step," "All the Way from Pennsylvania," "Something' s Always Taking the Joy Out of Life," "I'm Fond of All the Girlies," etc.
96 Sultan Of Sula, The : "Musical Satire" by George Ade. Music by Alfree G. Wathall. Produced by Henry W. Savage at Wallack's Theatre (NYC - 1903 - 04) starring Frank Moulan, George H. Shields, Templer Saxe, John J. Fogarty, Blanche Chapman, Nellie Adams, Fred Frear, Effie Hasty, etc. Directed by Henry W. Savage. Choreographed by Joseph C. Smith. Songs include: "The Queer Little Ostrich," "Palm Branches Waving," "Engaged in a Sort of Way," "If I But Knew," "Till the Volunteers Return," "The Old Jay Bird," "Always Late," "Foolish Wedding Bells," "Candidates' March," etc.
96 Sultan's Wives, The : "The Merry Burlesque" with book and lyrics by John Grieves. Produced at the Lyceum Theatre (Boston - 1902) starring Billy Arlington, Louis Miller, Clara Cole, Dawn Le Roy, Joe Bowers, Ada Homer, Alice Irwin, May West, etc. Directed by John Grieves. Songs include: "Hattie Gavotte," "When I Think of You," "Stay in Your Own Back Yard," "I'm Tired," etc. Billed with a selection of vaudeville acts including "Mlle. Beatrice" (Marvelous Contortionist"), Eddie Giguere ("The Noted Singer and Warbler") and The Golden Gate Quartette (In their Plantation Act).
96 Summer (By E. Bond) : "A European Play" by Edward Bond. Produced at The Cottesloe Theatre (London - 1982) starring David Yelland, Anna Massey (Daughter of Raymond Massey), Eleanor David, David Ryall, Tiggi Trethowan, etc. Directed by Edward Bond.
96 Summer (By H. Leonard) : Book by Hugh Leonard. Produced at various theatres (1974 - 75) starring Stephen Joyce, Lois Smith, Sydney Walker, Davis Hall, Robert Gerringer, Harriet Hall, etc. Directed by James D. Waring.
96 Summer And Smoke : Book by Tennessee Williams. Original music by Paul Bowles. Various productions (1948 - 77) starring Margaret Phillips, Tod Andrews, Hildy Parks, Anne Jackson (Wife of Eli Wallach), Earl Montgomery, Ray Walston, Sid Cassel, Katharine Balfour, Jack Warden, Connie Hill, Dick Gossett, Alberta Hall, Bill Rochester, Jim Petty, Sara Lou Cooper, Wyman Pendleton, Debra Mooney, Ruth Landis, Tom Aulino, Robert Orth, Joan Tompkins, Morton Lowry, Geraldine Page, Lee Richardson, Raymond Van Sickle, Robyn Flatt, John Figlmiller, Ray Howard, Eleanor Evans, Peyton Glass, Joan Zell, Betty Miller, James Ray, Frank Calhoun, Martha Harris, Harold Lang, Dolores Sutton, Howard Witt, Barbara West, Verne Melton, Edith Pugh, Joanna Byrne, Scott Hardin, James Loring, etc. Originally produced (1948) and directed by Margo Jones. See, also, "The Eccentricities of a Nightengale".
96 Summer Of The Seventeenth Doll : "A New Play" by Ray Lawler. Various productions (1957 - 77) starring June Jago, Ethel Gabriel, Madge Ryan, Richard Pratt, Valerie Gearon, Sheila Allen, David King, Peter Jeffrey, Leon Janney, Rae Allen, Dana Elcar, Barbara Lester, James Whitmore, Art Lund, Jed Allen, etc. Originally produced by Laurence Olivier in association with The Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust and directed by John Sumner.
96 Summer At Nohant : Book by Jaroslav Iwaszkiewicz (Translated from the Polish by Celina Wieniewska). Produced by The Company of Four in association with the Arts Council of Great Britain at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - 1946) starring Lawrence Hanray, Jean Short, Lally Bowers, Donald Eccles, etc. Directed by Basil Ashmore.
96 Summer Widowers, The : "A Musical Panorama in Seven Views" with book and lyrics by Glen MacDonough. Music by A. Baldwin Sloane. Produced by Lew Fields (Of the comedy team, "Weber and Fields") at various theatres (1910) starring Lew Fields, Vernon Castle (Portrayed by Fred Astaire in the 1939 biopic, "The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle"), Ada Lewis, Daisy Dumont, Helen Hayes, Fritz Williams, Irene Franklin, Walter Percival, etc. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Songs include: "I Never Know How to Behave When I'm With Girls, Girls, Girls," "We'll Go To the Minstrel Show," "The Calcium Moon," "Those Were the Happy Days," "Until We Meet Again," etc.
96 Summerfolk : Book by Lee Devin (Adapted from scenes by Maxim Gorky - Translated by Margaret Wettlin). Produced by the People's Light and Theatre Company, Malvern, Pennsylvania (1986) starring Peter Johnson, Shaw Purnell, Leigh Curran, John C. Talbot, Alda Cortese, Tom Teti, Louis Lippa, Mark Lowe, Jack Manion, Tim Perez, etc. Directed by Abigail Adams.
96 Summertree : "Sensitive, Thought-Provoking Anti-War Drama" by Ron Cowen. Produced by the Experimental Theatre at the Humanities Building at the University of West Florida (Pensacola - c. 1971) starring Doug Woodruff, Paul Bedell, Cherie Shuck, Harold Lang, etc. Directed by Tice L. Miller.
96 Summersault : "The Premiere" by Irene Gawne. Produced at the Cape Playhouse (Dennis, MA - 1951) starring Katharine Alexander, Butterfly McQueen (Most famous as "Prissy' in the film, "Gone With The Wind"), Royal Beal, Joan Shepard, Amy Douglass, Robert Webber, etc. Directed by Arthur Sircom.
96 Sumurun : "A Wordless Play With Music" by Friedrich Freksa. Music by Victor Hollaender. Produced by Winthrop Ames at various theatres (c. 1912) starring Paul Conradi, Hans Felix, Fritz Feher, Emil Lind, Gretchin Ritter, etc. Directed by Max Reinhardt.
97 Sun And I, The : "A Comedy" by Barrie Stavis. Various productions (c.1949) starring Joseph Silver, John Randolph, Jack Manning, Richard Kiley, Earl Hammond, Ben Irving, Salem Ludwig, etc. Originally produced by the New Stages Acting Company and directed by Boris Tumarin.
97 Sun Never Sets, The : "A Melodrama" by Edgar Wallace (Based on the famous West African Stories - Adapted by Pat Wallace and Guy Bolton). Music by Cole Porter (Portrayed by Cary Grant in the 1945 biopic, "Night and Day," by Ron Randell in the 1953 film "Kiss Me Kate" and by Kevin Kline in the 2004 biopic, "De-Lovely".) and Kenneth Leslie-Smith. Produced at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London - No date) starring Todd Duncan ("Porgy and Bess," etc.), Mako Hlubi, Charles Farrell, Leslie Banks, Stewart Granger (Husband of Jean Simmons), Edna Best, etc. Directed by Basil Dean. Choreographed by Lydia Sokolova and Bertha Slosberg. Songs include: "Drums," "River God," "My Love is Like a River," etc.
97 Sun Sets In The East, The : "A World Premiere" by Myron C. Fagan. Produced by the Milwaukee Theatre Society (WI - No date) starring Raymond Hackett, Barbara Robbins, Blanche Sweet, Warren Mills, Nancy Evans, Jeanne Dixon, William Tubbs, etc. Directed by Myron C. Fagan.
97 Sun Up : Book by Lula Vollmer. Produced by the Players Company at F. Ray Comstock's Princess Theatre (NYC - 1924) starring Lucille Laverne, Owen Meech, Eugene (Gene) Lockhart (Father of June Lockhart), Paul Hunt, Burnside Babcock, Glenn Burdette, etc. Directed by Henry Stillman and Benjamin Kauser.
97 Sunday : Book by Thomas Raceward. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Hudson Theatre (NYC - 1904) starring Ethel Barrymore, Bruce McRae, Herbert Percy, Charles Harbury, Joseph Brennan, Edgar Selwyn, Anita Rothe, etc.
97 Sunday Breakfast : "A New Play" by Emery Rubio and Miriam Balf. Produced by The American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA) at the Coronet Theatre (NYC - 1952) starring Anthony Ross, Cloris Leachman, Douglas Watson, Jim Nolan, etc. Directed by Stella Adler.
97 Sunday Dinner : Book by Joyce Carol Oates. Produced by The American Place Theatre (NYC - 1970) starring Jacqueline Brookes, Lois Smith, Brooks Morton, Jerome Dempsey, etc. Directed by Curt Dempster.
97 Sunday In New York : "A New Comedy" by Norman Krasna. Various productions (1961 - 78) starring Pat Stanley, Robert Redford, Conrad Janis (Co-star of television's "Mork and Mindy"), Ron Nicholas, Pat Harrington, Jr. (Co-star of television's "The Tonight Show with Steve Allen," "One Day at a Time," etc.), Sondra Lee, Hugh O' Brian, David Hull, Chris Hamilton, Ronald Knight, George Spach, Constance Parker, Charles Walsh, Janet Pennybacker, David Brooks, Molly Faulk, Dick Kerekes, Kelly Butler, Marlo Thomas, Ron Harper, Bobo Lewis (Co-star of "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World," etc. on film), John Aniston (Father of Jennifer Aniston), Robert Ball, etc. Originally produced (1961) by David Merrick and directed by Garson Kanin.
97 Sunday In The Park With George : "A Musical" by James Lapine. Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Various productions (1984 - 2009) starring Mandy Patinkin, Bernadette Peters, Dana Ivey, Charles Kimbrough, Brent Spiner, Mary D' Arcy, Steven Sutcliffe, Julie Martell, Robert Westenberg, etc. Originally produced by The Shubert Organization and Emanuel Azenberg by arrangement with Playwrights Horizons, directed by James Lapine and choreographed by Randolyn Zinn. Songs include: "No Life," "Color and Light," "Gossip," "The Day Off," "Beautiful," "Sunday," "Putting It Together," "Children and Art," etc.
97 Sunday Man, The : "A New Comedy" by Louis S. Bardoly (Adapted from the Hungarian "A Nadrag" by Ferenc Dunai). Produced by Cornelius Productions at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - c.1964) starring Vivienne Martin, David Brooks, Dean Dittmann, Jen Nelson, Stephen Strimpell, etc. Directed by Alexander Dore.
97 Sundown Beach : "A New Play" by Bessie Breuer. Produced by The Actors Studio and Louis J. Singer at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring Nehemiah Persoff, Martin Balsam, Steven Hill, Treva Frazee, Jennifer Howard, Joan Copeland ("Two by Two," etc.), Edward Binns, Warren Stevens, Phyllis Thaxter (Wife of James T. Aubrey. Mother of Skye Aubrey.), Julie Harris, Cloris Leachman, John Sylvester, Alex Nicol, etc. Directed by Elia Kazan.
97 Sunken Bell, The : "The New Fairy Play" by Gerhart Hauptmann (Translated by Charles Henry Meltzer). Music by Aime Lachaume. Produced by Daniel Frohman at the Knickerbocker Theatre (NYC - 1900) starring E.H. Sothern, Virginia Harned, Rebecca Warren, Clara Cubitt, Edith Taliaferro, Owen Fawcett, Rowland Buckstone, etc.
97 Sunlight And Shadow : Book by R.C. Carton. Produced at the Madison Square Theatre (NYC - 1891) starring Maurice Barrymore (Patriarch of the acting family), Frederic Robinson, Edward Bell, E.M. Holland, Maud Harrison, etc.
97 Sunny : Book and lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II. Music by Jerome Kern (Portrayed by Robert Walker in the 1946 biopic, "Till The Cloud Roll By"). Various productions (1925 - 47) starring Marilyn Miller (Portrayed by Judy Garland in the 1946 biopic, "Till the Clouds Roll By" and by June Haver in the 1949 biopic, "Look for the Silver Lining".), Helene Gardner, Paul Frawley, Joseph Cawthorn, Clifton Webb, Esther Howard, Borrah Minevitch (Harmonica virtuoso), Jack Donohue (Portrayed by Ray Bolger in the 1949 biopic, "Look for the Silver Lining"), Pert Kelton (Most famous as the original "Alice Kramden" on television's "The Honeymooners"), Jeanne Fonda, Fred Schneider, Bud Sweeney, Evelyn Wyckoff, Frederic Person, James Bird, Jay Martin, Jetti Preminger, Ronnie Cunningham, etc. Originally produced (1925) by Charles Dillingham, directed by Hassard Short and choreographed by Julian Mitchell and Dave Bennett. Songs include: "Sunny," "Who?," "Do You Love Me?," "When We Get Our Divorce," "Strolling or What Have You," etc.
97 Sunny Days : "A New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Clifford Grey and William Gary Duncan (From the French of Hennequin and Veber). Music by Jean Schwartz. Additional numbers by Eleanor Dunsmuir. Produced by Hassard Short at various theatres (1928 - 29) starring Frank McIntyre, Lynne Overman, Jeanette MacDonald, Billy V. Van, Carl Randall, Rosalie Claire, Audrey Maple, Maurice Holland, etc. Directed by Hassard Short. Choreographed by Ralph Reader. Songs include: "A Belle, a Beau and a Boutonniere," "One Sunny Day," "Really and Truly," "Hang Your Hat on the Moon," "So Do I," etc.
97 Sunny Morning, A : Book by Serafin and Joaquin Alvarez Quintero (Translated by L. U. Floyd). Produced by Eva Le Gallienne at various theatres (1935) starring Eva Le Gallienne, Marion O' Neil, Walter Beck, Kendall Clark, Richard Waring, Leona Roberts, Florida Friebus (Co-star of television's "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis," "The Bob Newhart Show," etc.), Hugh Buckler, etc. Directed by Eva Le Gallienne.
97 Sunny River : "A New Musical" with book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Music by Sigmund Romberg (Portrayed by Jose Ferrer in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart"). Produced by Max Gordon at the St. James Theatre (NYC - 1941) starring Oscar Polk, Dudley Clements, Tom Ewell, Helen Claire, Joan Roberts, Peggy Alexander, Howard Freeman, Carol Renee, Ainsworth Arnold, Ivy Scott, etc. Directed by Oscar Hammerstein II. Choreographed by Carl Randall. Costumes by Irene Sharaff. Songs include: "Symphonic Pantomime," "My Girl and I," "Call It a Dream," "Bundling," "Along the Winding Road," "The Butterflies and the Bees," "Bo-Legged Sal," "My Girl and I," "Time is Standing Still," etc.
97 Sunny Sardinia : "A Musical Slice of Sardinian Life" by produced by the Auspices of the General Offices of the Athletic Association of The New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1929) starring Lewis Grannis, Madeline Apuzo, Jerry Shea, Ray Sheehan, Dorothy Keating, Arthur Rappa, Steward Weir, etc. Directed by Perrin G. Somers, Jr. Choreographed by Dorothy Young and Max Coden. Songs include: "Maid of Italy," "Wishing," "Love and Art', "We Like the Girls," "Radio Man," "I Found the Girl," etc.
97 Sunrise At Campobello : Book by Dore Schary (President of MGM Studios 1951 - 56). Various productions (1958 - 64) starring Ralph Bellamy (As "Franklin D. Roosevelt"), Mary Fickett (As "Eleanor Roosevelt"), Henry Jones, Anne Seymour, Alan Bunce (as "Alfred E. Smith"), James Earl Jones, Jay Harder, George Durney, Fay Beckett, Russell Collins, Virginia Kaye, June Reid, Howard Bailey, St. John Terrell, Shirl Conway, Les Damon, Frances Castner, Robert Fox, etc. Originally produced (1958) by The Theatre Guild and Dore Schary and directed by Vincent J. Donohue.
97 Sunset (By I. Babel) : Book by Isaac Babel (Translated from the Russian by Mirra Ginsburg and Raymond Rosenthal). Produced by the Chelsea Theater Center of Brooklyn (NY - c. 1973) starring Frank Anderson, Fabian Arnell, Blanche Dee, Ben Slack, Paul Slimak, Louis Zorich (Husband of Olympia Dukakis), Arn Weiner, etc. Directed by Robert Kalfin.
97 Sunset (By J.K. Jerome) : "A Comedietta" by Jerome K. Jerome. Produced by Rosina Vokes and Her London Comedy Company at Daly's Theatre (NYC - 1893) starring Ferdinand Gottschalk, Ernest A. Elton, Walter Granville, Blanche Burton and Ffolliott Paget. Billed with "Wig and Gown" by Fred W. Sidney and "A Pantomime Rehearsal" by Cecil Clay.
97 Sunset Boulevard : Book and lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton (Based on the Billy Wilder Film). Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Various productions (1993 -99) starring Glenn Close, Alan Campbell, Alice Ripley, George Hearn, Alan Oppenheimer, Betty Buckley ("Cats," etc. on stage. "Eight is Enough," etc. on television.), Harry Ditson, Peter Gale, Jane Ashby, John Barrowman, Linda Balgood, Ron Bohmer, Ed Dixon, Lauren Kennedy, Elaine Paige, Petula Clark, Lewis Chile, etc. Originally produced (1994) by The Really Useful Company, directed by Trevor Nunn and choreographed by Bob Avian. Songs include: "With One Look," "The Greatest Star of All," "Every Movie's a Circus," "This Time Next Year," "The Perfect Year," "As If We Never Said Goodbye," "Girl Meets Boy," "New Ways to Dream," "Surrender," etc.
97 Sunset Crowd, The : Book by John Kneubuhl. Produced by the Yale University School of the Fine Arts/The Department of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1942) starring Don Muller, William Sheidy, Jean Ramsey, Lawrence Dobkin, Gordon Forbes, etc. Directed by Friedrich Jessner.
97 Sunset Touch, The : "Premiere" by Jonathan Raban. Produced by the Bristol Old Vic Trust at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - 1977) starring Angus Mackay, Marty Cruickshank, David Buck and Sheila Ballantine. Directed by Eric Thompson.
97 Sunshine : Book and lyrics by William Cary Duncan. Music by Alexander Johnstone. Produced by Alexander Johnstone at the Shubert-Jefferson Theatre (St. Louis - 1919) starring Milton Dawson, Jeanne Mann, David Quixano, Richard Carle, etc. Directed by Edward Eisner. Choreographed by Robert Marks. Songs include: "Something Nice in Lingerie," "The Idol of the Ring," "Winking Wireless," "Treat 'Em Rough," "The Land of Make Believe," "The Hispaniola Crawl," etc.
97 Sunshine Boys, The : "New Comedy" by Neil Simon. Various productions (1972 - 97) starring Jack Albertson ("The Subject Was Roses" on stage and film), Sam Levene ("Guys and Dolls," etc.), Lee Meredith, Minnie Gentry, Joe Young, Jack Gilford, Lou Jacobi, Ned Glass, Michael Durrell, Jack Klugman, Tony Randall, Matthew Arkin (Son of Alan Arkin), Gale Gordon (Co-star of television's "The Lucy Show," Here's Lucy," etc), Irwin Charone, Donald O' Connor, Mickey Rooney, Lewis J. Stadlen, etc. Originally produced (1972) by Emanuel Azenberg and Eugene V. Wolsk and directed by Alan Arkin.
97 Sunshine Girl, The : "The Musical Play" by Paul A. Rubens and Cecil Raleigh. Music by Paul A. Rubens. Lyrics by Paul A. Rubens and Arthur Wimperis. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1912 - 14) starring Julia Sanderson, Joseph Cawthorn, Vernon Castle (Portrayed by Fred Astaire in the 1939 biopic, "The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle"), E.E. Clive, Edwin Stone, Flossie Hope, Alan Mudie, Harry Law, Lew Leroy, etc. Directed by J.A.E. Malone. Songs include: "Get a Move On," "Josephine," "You and I," "Good-Bye to Flirtation," "You Can't Play Every Instrument in the Band," "Honeymoon Lane," etc.
97 Superman : Book by David Newman and Robert Benton (Based upon the comic strip, "Superman"). Produced by the Starlight Theatre Association of Kansas City (Missouri - 1967) starring Bob Holiday, Charles Nelson Reilly ("Hello, Dolly!," etc.), Karen Morrow (Co-star of television's "The Jim Nabors Hour," etc.), Bill Hayes (Recorded the most popular version of "The Ballad of Davy Crockett"), Richard Dow, Paul Hough, Ron Sukiennik, etc. Directed by Richard France. Choreographed by Harding Dorn. Songs include: "We Need Him," "You've Got Possibilities," "Revenge," "So Long, Big Guy," "The Strongest Man in the World," etc. See, also, "It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Superman".
97 Superstar Awards Show, The : Book by Al Anthony. Produced at the Drury Lane Theatre (London - 1981) starring Sharon Michaels, Danny Gans (Impressionist and singer. Las Vegas "Entertainer of the Year" throughout the 1990s), Paula Lane, Spence Laker, etc. Directed by Al Anthony.
97 Supporting Cast, The : "A New Comedy" by George Furth. Produced by Terry Allen Kramer, James M. Nederlander and Twentieth Century Fox at the Biltmore Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Sandy Dennis, Hope Lange (Wife of Don Murray), Jack Gilford, Betty Garrett (Wife of Larry Parks) and Joyce Van Patten (Wife of Martin Balsam. Sister of Dick Van Patten.). Directed by Gene Saks (Husband of Beatrice Arthur).
97 Suppressed Desires : "A Comedy" by George Cram Cook and Susan Glaspell. Various productions (c. 1922) starring Elizabeth Brown, Kenneth Thomson, Florence Burnsmore and Cecil Clovelly. Directed by George Cram Cook.
97 Sure Fire : "A Comedy" by Ralph Murphy. Produced by the Frank Wilcox Company at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1927) starring Frank Wilcox, Irene Shirley, Sumner Gard, Warren Wade, Josephine Fox, Dorothy Holmes, Hal Brown, Eric Claverling, etc. Directed by Warren Wade.
97 Surf : or "Summer Scenes at Long Beach" by Olive Logan. Produced at the Fifth Avenue Theatre (NYC - 1870) starring G.F. De Vere, F. H. Evans, James Lewis, Alice Cushman, Fanny Davenport, Lily Vining, etc. Directed by James Roberts.
97 Surmise : Book by Frank Vosper. Produced at various theatres (No date) starring Pauline Lord, Elizabeth Patterson, Charles Francis, Cecile Dixon, Donn Cook, Charlotte Granville, etc. Directed by George C. Tyler and O.P. Heggie.
97 Surprises Of Divorce, The : or "The Lottery of Love" by Alexander Bisson and Anthony Mars (Adapted by Augustin Daly). Various adaptations and productions (1888 - 95) starring Jean Coquelin, Jenny Rose, Henry Dixey, James Lewis, Herbert Gresham, Ida Molesworth, etc.
97 Surprises Of Love, The : "A Comedy" by Paul Bilhaud and Michael Carre. Produced by Charles Frohman at the Chestnut Street Theatre (Philadelphia - 1900) starring H. Reeves Smith, Wallace Erskine, Clayton White, Eric Hope, Elsie De Wolfe, Ellen Gail, etc.
97 Surrender : "A Domestic Comedy of the War" by Augustus Thomas. Produced by Charles Frohman's Boston Stock Company at various theatres (1893) starring Louis Aldrich, Herbert Ayling, W.J. Cummings, Clement Bainbridge, Rose Eytinge, Maude Banks, etc.
97 Surrender Of Calais, The : "Historical Drama" by George Colman. Produced at the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh (Scotland - 1832). Billed with "A Roland for an Oliver," "The Irishman in London," etc.
97 Surrogates : Book by Glenn Hopkins. Produced by the Venice Mootney Company at the Venice United Methodist Church (Venice CA - No date) starring Ron Holstrom, Robert Morris, Adele Field, Monique Benarrosh, etc. Directed by James M. Nielson. Billed with "A Situation As Real" by Royston David Thomas.
97 Survival : "A South African Play With Music" written and performed by Fana David Kekana, Selaelo Dan Maredi, Themba Ntinga and Seth Sibanda at the Astor Place Theatre (NYC - 1977). Directed by Mshengu and Dean Irby. Music by Selaelo Dan Maredi.
97 Survivor, The : Book by Susan Nanus (Based on the book by Jack Eisner). Music by Gary William Friedman. Produced by Graig Anderson at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring David Marshall Grant, Joseph Adams, Mark Bendo, Loren Brown, Lonny Price, Zeljko Ivanek, Ann Lange, Lilia Skala, etc. Directed by Craig Anderson.
97 Survivors, The : Book by Peter Viertel and Irwin Shaw. Various productions (c. 1948) starring Louis Calhern, Hume Cronyn, Richard Basehart, Anthony Ross, E.G. Marshall, Marc Lawrence, Jane Seymour, Russell Collins, Neil Fitzgerald, Kevin McCarthy, Ray Walston, Albert Dekker (Most famous as "Dr. Cyclops" on film), Jeff Corey, Leo Penn, Ellen Corby ("Grandma Walton" on television's "The Waltons"), Russell Johnson ("The Professor" on television's ""Gilligan's Island"), James Anderson, etc. Originally produced by Bernard Hart and Martin Gabel (Husband of Arlene Francis) and directed by Martin Gabel.
97 Susan And God : Book by Rachel Crothers. Various productions (1937 - 60) starring Gertrude Lawrence (Portrayed by Julie Andrews in the 1968 biopic, "Star"), Paul McGrath, Natalie Schafer (Most famous as "Mrs.Lovey Howell" on television's "Gilligan's Island". Wife of Louis Calhern.), Fred Leslie, Nancy Coleman, Frank Fenton, Edith Atwater, Vera Allen, Nancy Kelly, Joan Fontaine, Philip Huston, Gil Tilbury, Lily Lodge, Martha Skeen, Frank Lyon, Evelyn Wyckoff, Frances Starr, John Williams, etc. Originally produced (1937) by John Golden and directed by Rachel Crothers.
97 Susanna, Don't You Cry : "A Musical Romance Based on the Melodies of Stephen Foster" by Sarah Newmyer and Clarence Loomis. Produced by The American Lyric Theatre in association with The League of Composers at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1939) starring Bettina Hall, Michael Bartlett, The Hall Johnson Choir, Hope Manning, George Lessey, Merle Maddern, John Kirk, Richard Hale, etc. Directed by Jose Ruben. Songs include: "The Voice of Bygone Days," "Beautiful Dreamer," "Sweet Emerald Isle," "Gentle Annie," "Angeline," "Susanna, Don't You Cry," "Ring de Banjo," "My Old Kentucky Home," "Camptown Races," "Jeannie With the Light Brown Hair," etc.
97 Susannah : "World Premiere" with book, music and lyrics by Carlisle Floyd. Produced by The Service League of Tallahassee at Westcott Auditorium at Florida State University (Tallahassee - 1955) starring Phyllis Curtin, Mack Harrell, Walter James, Harrison Fisher, Ken Nelson, The State Symphony of Florida, etc. Directed by Lynn E. Orr.
97 Suspect : Book by Edward Percy and Reginald Denham. Produced by Douglas MacLean and Arthur J. Beckhard at The Playhouse (NYC - 1940) starring Pauline Lord, Barton Hepburn, Grayce Hampton, Wallis Clark, Mary Servoss, etc. Directed by Arthur J. Beckhard.
97 Suspicion : "A Comedy" by Alexander I. Ruthe. Produced by Augustus Thorne at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1929) starring Fuller Mellish, Leslie Austen, Ruth Hammond, etc. Directed by Augustus Thorne.
97 Suspicious Husband, The : "The Comedy" produced at the Theatre Royal, Lyceum (London - 1811). Billed with "Blue Devils," "The Review," etc.
97 Suzanna And The Elders : "A Comedy" by Lawrence Langner and Armina Marshall. Produced by Jack Kirkland at various theatres (1940) starring Bettina Cerf, Melba Deane, Haila Stoddard, Lloyd Bridges, Philip Coolidge, Morris Carnovsky, Royal Beal, Howard Freeman, Hale Norcross, Tom Ewell, etc. Directed by Worthington Miner.
97 Swan, The : "A Comedy" by Ferenc Molnar (Translated by Melville Baker). Various productions (1923 - 54) staring Eva Le Gallienne, Basil Rathbone, Tupper Jones, Halliwell Hobbes, Philip Merivale, Alison Skipworth, Hilda Spong, Gloria Vanderbilt, Peter Donat (Nephew of Robert Donat), Michael Printz, Richard Hawkins, Ruth Coffin, Bruce Gelser, etc. Originally produced (1923) by Charles Frohman and directed by David Burton.
97 Swan Song : "A New Play" by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur. Produced by John Clein at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1946) starring Scott McKay, Felicia Montealegre, Ivan Simpson, Mary Servoss, Theo Goetz, John Conway, Leni Stengel, etc. Directed by Joseph Pevney.
97 Sweeney Todd, The Barber of Fleet Street : or "The String of Pearls" by George Dibdin Pitt. Produced by Wendell Phillips Dodge at the Frazee Theatre (NYC - 1924) starring Walter Edwin, Percy Baverstock, Frank Hubert, Charles Penman, Jeannie Begg, etc. Directed by Wendell Phillips Dodge.
97 Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (Musical) : "A Musical Thriller" by Hugh Wheeler (Based on a version of "Sweeney Todd" by Christopher Bond). Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Various productions (1979 - 2004) starring Angela Lansbury, Len Cariou, George Hearn, Bob Gunton, Beth Fowler, Victor Garber, Ken Jennings, Neil McCaul, Paddy Glynn, Marilyn Cutts, Dorothy Loudon (The original "Miss Hannigan" in "Annie". Co-star of television's "The Garry Moore Show".), Stephen Powell, Buffy Baggott, David Ward, etc. Originally produced (1979) by Richard Barr, Charles Woodward, Robert Fryer, Mary Lea Johnson and Martin Richards in association with Dean and Judy Manos, directed by Harold Prince and choreographed by Larry Fuller. Songs include: "The Ballad of Sweeney Todd," "No Place Like London," "The Worst Pies in London," "Poor Thing," "Pirelli's Magic Elixir," "Kiss Me," "Johanna," "Not While I'm Around," "Parlor Songs," etc.
97 Sweet Adeline : "A Musical Romance of the Gay Nineties" with book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Music by Jerome Kern (Portrayed by Robert Walker in the 1946 biopic, "Till the Clouds Roll By"). Various productions (1929 - 97) starring Violet Carlson, Helen Morgan (Portrayed by Ann Blyth on film and Polly Bergan on television), Robert Emmett Keane, Grace Atwell, Beatrice Kay (Famed historian and performer of music of "The Gay 90s"), Nancy Marchand (Co-star of television's "Marty," "Lou Grant," The Sopranos," etc.), Dorothy Loudon ("Annie," Ballroom," etc. on stage. "The Garry Moore Show," etc.on television.), Stephen Bogardus, Gary Beach, Tony Randall, Robert Osborne, etc. Originally produced (1929) by Arthur Hammerstein (Uncle of Oscar Hammerstein II), directed by Reginald Hammerstein (Brother of Oscar Hammerstein II) and choreographed by Danny Dare. Songs include: "Play Us a Polka Dot," "Here Am I," "Out of The Blue," "Oriental Moon," "Why Was I Born," "Winter in Central Park," "Don't Ever Leave Me," "Twas Not So Long Ago," etc.
97 Sweet Aloes : Book by Jay Mallory. Produced by Lee Ephraim at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1936) starring Rex Harrison, Nicholas Joy, John Litel, Evelyn Laye, Myra Hampton, Elliot Mason, Marjorie Martyn, Ruth Vivian, etc. Directed by Tyrone Guthrie.
97 Sweet And Hot : "The Songs of Harold Arlen" by Julianne Boyd. Music by Harold Arlen. Lyrics by Harold Arlen, Truman Capote, Ira Gershwin, E.Y. Harburg, Ted Koehler, Johnny Mercer, Leo Robin, Billy Rose and Jack Yellin. Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami, Fl - 1994) starring Terry Burrell, Monica Pege, Allen Hidalgo, Brian Quinn, Jacquey Maltby and Lance Roberts. Directed by Julienne Boyd. Choreographed by Hope Clark. Songs include: "I've Got the World on a String," "Stormy Weather," "Blues in the Night," "One for My Baby," "Get Happy," "It's Only a Paper Moon," "The Man That Got Away," "A Sleepin' Bee," "Over the Rainbow," etc.
97 Sweet And Low : Sketches by David Freedman. Music and lyrics by Billy Rose, Harry Archer, Edward Eliscu, Charlotte Kent, Mort Dixon, William Irwin, Ira Gershwin, Harry Warren, Allen Boretz, Ned Lehak, Malcolm McComb, Vivian Ellis, Ballard McDonald, Louis Alter, Joseph Meyer, etc. Produced by Billy Rose (Portrayed by James Caan in the 1975 biopic, "Funny Lady") at Chanin's Forty-Sixth Street Theatre (NYC - 1930) starring James Barton ("Paint Your Wagon," etc.), Fannie Brice (Portrayed by Barbra Streisand on stage and film and by Alice Faye in a fictional filmed account of her life, "Rose of Washington Square". Wife of Billy Rose.), George Jessel ("The Toastmaster General of the United States"), Borrah Minevitch (Harmonica virtuoso), Hal Thompson, Roger Pryor, etc. Choreographed by Danny Dare and Busby Berkeley. Songs include: "Outside Looking In," "Mr. Jessel," "Cheerful Little Earful," "Dancing With Tears in My Eyes," "Ten Minutes in Bed," "When Pansy Was a Flower," "Would You Like to Take a Walk?," "For I'm in Love Again," "I Knew Him Before He Was Spanish," etc.
97 Sweet And Twenty : "A New Comedy" by Basil Hood. Produced by A.and S. Gatti and Charles Frohman at the Vaudeville Theatre (London - 1901) starring J.D. Beveridge, Holbrook Blinn, Seymour Hicks, Mary Rorke, Vane Featherston, etc. Billed with "Scrooge" adapted from the work of Charles Dickens by J.C. Buckstone starring Seymour Hicks as "Ebenezer Scrooge"
97 Sweet Bells Jangled : Book by Reginald Lawrence. Produced by Seldon Bennett and Shepard Traube at the Forrest Theatre (Philadelphia - 1934) starring Jane Cowl, Minor Watson, Florance Edney, Harold Webster, Clyde Franklin, etc. Directed by William W. Schorr and Shepard Traube.
97 Sweet Bird Of Youth : "A New Play" by Tennessee Williams. Various productions (1959 - 98) starring Paul Newman, Sidney Blackmer, Geraldine Page, Logan Ramsey, Rip Torn (Husband of Geraldine Page), Diana Hyland (Original co-star of television's "Eight is Enough"), Madeleine Sherwood (Co-star of television's "The Flying Nun"), Ron Harper (Television's "Garrison's Gorillas"), John Napier, Bruce Dern, Joe Rodgers, Antonia Balinsky, Elizabeth Ashley, Michael Hayden, Lauren Bacall, Frances Cuka, Simon Rouse, Ann Ramsey, Irene Worth, Christopher Walken, Pat Corley, Cathryn Damon, Eugenia Rawls, Robert Knepper, Giles Tomlin, Colin Stinton, Ricahrd Pasco, Alison Fiske, Emma Amos, Sally Giles, etc. Originally produced (1959) by Cheryl Crawford and directed by Elia Kazan.
97 Sweet Bye And Bye : "A New Musical Comedy" by S.J. Perelman and Al Hirschfeld. Music by Vernon Duke. Lyrics by Ogden Nash. Produced by Nat Karson at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1946) starring Gene Sheldon (Banjo virtuoso and co-star of television's "Zorro"), Dolores Gray, Walter O' Keefe, Robert Strauss ("Animal" in "Stalag 17 on stage and film), Percy Helton, Nevada Smith, etc. Directed by Curt Conway and Nat Karson. Choreographed by Fred Kelly (Brother of Gene Kelly). Songs include; "Texas, Brooklyn and Love," "Old Fashioned Tune," "Let's Be Young," "My Broker Told Me So," "Just Like a Man," etc.
97 Sweet Charity : "The Musical Comedy" by Neil Simon (Based upon an original screenplay by Federico Fellini, Tullio Pinelli and Ennio Flaiano). Music by Cy Coleman. Lyrics by Dorothy Fields (Daughter of Lew Fields). Various productions (1966 - 98) starring Gwen Verdon ("Damn Yankees," "Redhead," etc. Wife of Bob Fosse.), John McMartin, Arnold Soboloff, Ruth Buzzi (Television's "Laugh In"), Helen Gallagher, Juliet Prowse, Peter Lombard, Paula Kelly, Suzanne Charny, Ben Vereen, Paul Glover, Chita Rivera ("West Side Story," "Bye Bye Birdie," etc.), Lee Goodman, Thelma Oliver, The Buckinghams, Patti Karr, Luba Lisa ("I Had a Ball," etc.), Carol Lawrence ("West Side Story," etc. Wife of Robert Goulet.), Ted Pritchard, Rudy Tronto, Debbie Allen, Michael Rupert, Bebe Neuwirth, Whoopi Goldberg, Donna McKechnie, Carol Arthur (Wife of Dom DeLuise), Ed Koch (Mayor of New York City), David Dinkins (Mayor of New York City), Charles Nelson Reilly, Marla Maples, Robert Goulet, Jim Dale, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Hinton Battle, Marissa Tomei, Betty Buckley, Gretchen Wyler, Dick Patterson, etc. Originally produced (1966) by Fryer, Carr and Harris and directed and choreographed by Bob Fosse. Songs include: "Big Spender," "Rich Man's Frug," "If My Friends Could See Me Now," "Too Many Tomorrows," "There's Gotta Be Something Better Than This," "Rhythm of Life," "Baby Dream Your Dream," "Where Am I Going," "I'm a Brass Band," "I Love to Cry at Weddings," etc.
97 Sweet Eros : Book by Terrence McNally. Produced by Michael Ellis in association with Samuel Bronstein at the Gramercy Arts Theatre (NYC - c. 1969) starring Robert Drivas and Sally Kirkland. Billed with "Witness" by Terrence McNally starring Joe Ponazecki, Allen Garfield, Sally Kirkland and Richard Marr. Both plays directed by Larry Arrick.
97 Sweet Kitty Bellairs : "The New Play" by David Belasco (Based upon "The Bath Comedy" by Egerton Castle). Produced by David Belasco by arrangement with Maurice Campbell at Belasco's Theatre (NYC - 1904) starring Henrietta Crosman, John F. Kellard, Edwin Stevens, Addison Pitt, Jane Cowl, Clyde Fogel, etc. Directed by David Belasco.
97 Sweet Lady : "A New Musical Comedy" by Mann Page and Jack McGowan. Music by Delos Owen. Lyrics by Bud Green. Produced by Thomas Ball at the Woods Theatre (Chicago - 1927) starring Jane Taylor, George A. Schiller, John Kane, Mary Adams, Gus Shy, Marie Nordstrom, Richard Powell, etc. Directed by William Caryl. Choreographed by Busby Herkeley (Berkeley). Songs include: "I Just Want You," "I Don't Want to Go Home," "The Party's On Me," "On a Side Street," "Will You Promise?," "Sweet Lady," "Hot Rhythm," etc.
97 Sweet Lavender : "The Original Domestic Drama" by A.W. Pinero. Various productions (1889 - 1915) starring Brandon Thomas, Bernard Gould, Edward Terry, Maude Millett, George Howard, Olive Wilton, Beatrice Terry, Henry Gsell, Walter Gilbert, Albert Sackett, Stuart Fox, Lillian Keller, Herbert Kelcey, Henry Miller, Edmund Maurice, March Allen, Nina Boucicault, Carlotta Addisoh, Henry M. Pitt, Viola Allen, Fanny Addison, etc.
97 Sweet Little Devil : "The Gayest of Musical Comedies" by Frank Mandel and Laurence Schwab. Music by George Gershwin (Portrayed by Robert Alda in the 1945 biopic, "Rhapsody in Blue"). Lyrics by B.G. DeSylva (Portrayed by Gordon MacRae in the 1956 biopic, "The Best Things in Life Are Free"). Produced by Laurence Schwab at various theatres (1924 - 25) starring Constance Binney, Olivette, Edna Dare, Ruth Warren, Irving Beebe, James Curren, etc. Directed by Edgar McGregor. Choreographed by Sammy Lee and Michael Fokine. Songs include: "Some One Who Believes in You," "The Jijibo," "Lucky," "Supposing," "Hooray for the U.S.A.," etc.
97 Sweet Love Remember'd : "A New Play" by Ruth Goetz. Produced by Martin Gabel (Husband of Arlene Francis. Semi-regular panelist on the television game show, "What's My Line?".) and Henry Margolis at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1960) starring Margaret Sullavan (Wife of Henry Fonda, Leland Hayward, William Wyler, etc.), Kent Smith, Joseph Wiseman (Most famous as "Dr. No" on film), Norma Crane (Co-star of "Fiddler on the Roof" on film), Rae Allen, Daniel Ades and Sylvia Gassel. Directed by Harold Clurman.
97 Sweet Nell Of Old Drury : "The Favourite Costume Comedy Drama" by Paul Kester. Various productions (1900 - 23) starring Fred Terry, Louis Calvert, Sydney Brough, Fred Volpe, Constance Collier, Harcourt Beatty, Harry Hill, James Lindsay, Leopold Stack, Nellie Stewart, Laurette Taylor, Lynn Fontanne, Alfred Lunt, Howard Lindsay, James Bell, etc.
97 Sweet Potato : "A Musical Revue" by Noel Coward (From a conception by Roderick Cook). Music and lyrics by Noel Coward. Produced by Robert L. Steele at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1968) starring George Grizzard, Carole Shelley, Arthur Mitchell, Mary Louise Wilson, Tom Kneebone, Bonnie Schon, Ian Tucker, Robert Lupone and Stephen Reinhardt. Directed and choreographed by Lee Theodore. Songs include: "Dance, Little Lady," "Mad Dogs and Englishmen," "Why Does Love Get in the Way?," "Mad About the Boy," "I Like America," etc.
97 Sweet Sue : "A New Play" by A.R. Gurney, Jr. Produced by Arthur Whitelaw, Dick Button (Olympic skating champion and televison commentator) and Byron Goldman at The Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1986) starring Mary Tyler Moore, Lynn Redgrave, Barry Tubb and John K. Linton. Directed by John Tillinger.
97 Sweetest Girl In Dixie, The : "The Prettiest of Southern Comedy Dramas" produced at the Imperial Theatre (St. Louis - 1918) starring Lloyd T. Gould, Sam C. Major, Kathryn Dale, Ted Ward, etc. Directed by Al C. Wilson. Billed with "The Busby Brothers Greater Minstrels".
97 Sweetest Girl In Paris, The : "A Fable-Play with Music" by Addison Burkhardt with verses by Collin Davis. Music by Joseph E. Howard (Portrayed by Mark Stevens in the 1947 biopic, "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now"). Produced by Harry Askin at the LaSalle Opera House (Chicago - 1911) starring Clarence Bellair, Mace Bonville, Alice Sullivan, Dorothy Brenner, Trixie Friganza, Roland Cummings, etc. Directed by Gus Sohlke. Songs include: "Paris Today," "I Love 'Em All from A to Z," "Ain't it a Shame to be Fat," "Don't Forget the Number," etc.
97 Sweetheart Shop, The : "A Musical Play" with book and lyrics by Anne Caldwell. Music by Hugo Felix. Produced by Edgar J. MacGregor and William Moore Patch at various theatres (1921) starring Mary Harper, George Wharton, Una Fleming, Zella Russell, Roy Gordon, Esther Howard, Marion Saki, etc. Directed by Edgar J. MacGregor. Choreographed by Julian Alfred. Songs include: "Oh, Mister Postman," "I Want to be a Blooming, Blushing Bride," "Didn't You?," "The Glow of the Cigarette," "She's Artistic," "Life is a Carousel," etc.
97 Sweethearts : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection - See "Opera and Operetta Programs" by title.
98 Swell Miss Fitzwell, The : "A New and Original Comedy" by H.A. Du Souchet. Produced by May Irwin and Her Company at the Bijou Theatre (NYC - 1898) starring May Irwin (Performed the first onscreen kiss in movie history with John C. Rice in the 1896 film "The Kiss"), William Buress, Ignacio Martinetti, Ed Mack, Roland Carter, etc. Directed by E. Rosenbaum.
98 Swim In The Sea, A : "A New Play" by Jess Gregg. Produced by the Rollins Players at the Annie Russell Theatre (Rollins College, Winter Park, FL - 1958) starring Peggy Wood (Star of the television's "I Remember Mama". Co-star of the film, "The Sound of Music".), Inga Swenson, Carol Stone, George Peppard, Lucy Prentis, etc. Directed by Elliot Silverstein.
98 Swimming To Cambodia : "Parts I and 2" by Spalding Gray. Produced by the Goodman Theatre and the Chicago Theatre Group at the Briar Street Theatre (Chicago - 1985) starring Spalding Gray. Directed by Gregory Mosher.
98 Swineherd And The Princess, The : "A Fantasy" by Alfred England, Sydney Cubitt and Otto David. Music by Carl St. Amory. Produced by J.H. Brewer at the Royal Court Theatre (London - 1914).
98 Swing : "A Musical Romance" by Conn Fleming. Music by Robert Waldman. Lyrics by Alfred Uhry. Various productions (c. 2000 - 2005).
98 Swing Mikado, The : "A 1939 Version of the Gilbert and Sullivan Operetta" by Harry Minturn. Produced by The Chicago Federal Theatre at New Yorker Theatre (NYC - 1939) starring Maurice Cooper, Lewis White, Herman Greene, William Franklin, Frankie Fambro, Mabel Walker, Mabel Carter, etc. Directed by Harry Minturn. Choreographed by Sammy Dyer and Hazel Davis. Songs include: "A Wandering Minstrel," "Our Great Mikado," "Behold the Lord High Executioner," "Moon Song," "Flowers that Bloom in the Spring," "Titwillow," etc.
98 Swing Your Lady : "A New Comedy" by Kenyon Nicholson and Charles Robinson. Produced by Milton Shubert at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1936) starring John Alexander (Most famous as "Uncle Teddy" in "Arsenic and Old Lace" on stage and film), Hope Emerson, Henry Norell, Matt McHugh, Ruth Chorpenning, Billie Redfield, Eddie Hodge, Al Ochs, Joe Laurie, Jr., etc. Directed by Bertram Harrison.
98 Swingtime Canteen : "The Star-Spangled Musical Hit" by Linda Thorsen Bond, William Repicci and Charles Busch. Produced by William Repicci and Michael Minchiello in association with Patricia Greenwald, Ken Jillson and Robert Massimi at The Blue Angel Supper Club (NYC - 1995) starring Charles Busch, Debra Barsha, Marcy McGuigan, Kelli Maguire and Jackie Sanders. Directed by Kenneth Elliott. Choreographed by Barry McNabb. Songs include: "Beer Barrel Polka," "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy," "Bugle Call Rag," "His Rocking Horse Ran Away," "I'll Be Seeing You," "Rhumboogie," "Rum and Coca-Cola," "Swinging on a Star," "Tico-Tico," "You'll Never Know," etc.
98 Sword And Samurai : "A New Comedy" by Aldyth Morris (Freely adapted from George Bernard Shaw's "Arms and the Man"). Produced by The Honolulu Community Theatre (Hawaii - 1966) starring Grace Kinoshita Westfall, Sumiko Yanagisako, Elissa Dulce, Dick Williams, Yankee Chang, etc. Directed by L. Newell Tarrant.
98 Sword Of The King, The : "Comedy" by Ronald MacDonald. Produced by Maurice Campbell at Wallack's Theatre (NYC - 1902) starring Henrietta Crosman, Sheridan Block, Frederick C. Bertrand, Aubrey Bouocicault, Ida Vernon, Addison Pitt, Edwin Fowler, etc. Directed by Eugene W. Presbrey and Henrietta Crosman.
98 Sybil : "The Musical Comedy" by Harry Graham and H.B. Smith (Adapted from the original by Max Brody and Frank Martos). Music by Victor Jacobi. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1916 - 17) starring Donald Brian, Joseph Cawthorn, Wilda Bennett, Queenie Vasser, Jackson Hines, George E. Mack, etc. Directed by Fred G. Latham. Songs include; "At a Grand Hotel," "Good Advice," "Lift Your Eyes to Mine," "Love May Be a Mystery," "I Like the Boys," "When Cupid Calls," etc.
98 Sylla, The Dictator : "The New Successful Tragedy" by John Banim. Produced at the Theatre Royal, Dublin (1837). Billed with "Turning the Tables," "Turn Out," "The Humors of An Election," "I'll Be Your Second," etc.
98 Sylvia (By A. R. Gurney) : "A Romantic Comedy" by A.R. Gurney. Produced by the Manhattan Theatre Club at the John Houseman Theatre (NYC - 1996) starring Jan Hooks (Co-star of television's "Saturday Night Live," "Designing Women," etc.), John Cunningham, Mary Beth Peil and Derek Smith. Directed by John Tillinger.
98 Sylvia (By M.E. Inch) : "Operetta" by Maud Elizabeth Inch. Music by W. Rhys-Herbert. Produced by The Miss Spence School Society at The Plaza (NYC - 1914) starring Louise Freeman, Louise Trevor, Carami Carroll, Dorothy Flagg, etc. Directed by J.M. Edgar Hart.
98 Szechuan Dynasty : Book by Lee Scheier. Music and lyrics by Annie Roboff. Produced at the Ensemble Studio Theatre (NYC - No date) starring John C. Becher, Sudie Bond, Rick Lieberman, Annie Roboff, etc. Directed by Joseph E. Gilford. Songs include: "Soft Touches," "Friend of Mine," "All Alone," "Little Things," etc.
98 Ta Bouche! : "Comedie Musicale" by Yves Mirande. Music by Maurice Yvain. Lyrics by Albertt Willemetz. Produced in Paris (No location or date listed) starring Lucien Baroux, Suzanne Delmas, Line Marjac, etc.
98 Tab For Stardom : Book by Jeff Berkson, Denise DeClue and John Karraker (Developed from "Flash in the Pan"). Sketches and songs by The Grimm Brothers. Produced at the Victory Gardens Theater (Chicago - 1984) starring Bill Applebaum, Richard Dunne, Skip Griparis and Lisa Zane. Directed by Dennis Zacek. Songs include: "Wheatena," "Shut 'Em Down," "Forces of Destruction," "Good Old Fashioned War," "English Class Blues," "Lavatory Rock," etc.
98 Tabasco : Book and lyrics by R. A. Barnet. Music by George W. Chadwick. Produced at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - 1894) starring Thomas Q. Seabrooke, Walter Allen, Joseph E. Sheehan, Otis Harlan, Hugh Mack, Elvia Crox, etc.
98 Table Of The Two Horseman, The : Book by Arthur Trewen. Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Trust at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - 1983) starring Simon Cutter, Tom Chadbon, Ian Lindsay, Miranda Richardson, etc. Directed by John David.
98 Table Settings : Book by James Lapine. Various productions (c. 1980) starring Fredric Stone, Bernard Beck, Kim Geller, Mark Blum, Frances Chaney, Brent Spiner, Marta Kober, etc. Directed by James Lapine.
98 Taffetas, The : "A Musical Journey Through the Fabulous Fifties" produced at the Cherry Lane Theatre (NYC - No date).
98 Taffy : "A New Play" by Anna Marie Barlow. Produced by George Hamlin and Malcolm Wells in association with John Caldwell and Don LaSusa at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - No date) starring Kim Stanley, Edward Andrews, Louis Gossett, Ronald Nicholas and Michael Tolan. Directed by Alfred Ryder.
98 Tailor-Maid Man, A : "A Comedy" by Harry James Smith (Based on "The Well-Fitting Dress-Coat" by Gabriel Dregley). Various productions (1918 - 29) starring Grant Mitchell, Penelope Hubbard, Walter Davis, Foster Williams, Mary Vance, Rowland Buckstone, Mona Kingsley, Harold Vermilye, William Shelley Sullivan, etc. Originally produced (1918) by Cohan and Harris (Portrayed by James Cagney and Richard Whorf in the 1942 biopic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy") and directed by Sam Forrest.
98 Take A Chance : "A Musical Comedy" by B.G. (De)Sylva (Portrayed by Gordon MacRae in the 1956 biopic," The Best Things in Life Are Free") and Laurence Schwab. Additional dialogue by Sid Silvers. Music by Herb Brown Nacio (Nacio Herb Brown) and Richard Whiting (Father of Margaret Whiting). Additional songs by Vincent Youmans. Produced by Olson and Johnson, Laurence Schwab and B.G. De Sylva at various theatres (1932 - 33) starring Ole Olson and Chic Johnson, Vera Marshe, Douglas Wood, Betty Allen, Oscar Ragland, Al Downing, Jack Haley, Sid Silvers, June Knight, Ethel Merman, Jack Whiting, Mitzi Mayfair, John Grant, etc. Directed by Edgar MacGregor. Choreographed by Bobby Connolly. Songs include: "The Life of the Party," "I Got Religion," "She's Nuts About Me," "Rise and Shine," "Eadie Was a Lady," "Should I Be Sweet," etc.
98 Take A Giant Step : Book by Louis Peterson. Various productions (1953 - 57) starring Frederick O' Neal, Louis Gossett, Jane White, Estelle Hemsley, Fred Vogel, Estelle Evans, Warren Berlinger, Beah Richards, Godfrey Cambridge, Hilda Haynes, etc. Originally produced (1953) by Lyn Austin and Thomas Noyes and directed by John Stix.
98 Take Her She's Mine : "The Broadway Comedy Hit" by Phoebe and Henry Ephron. Various productions (1961 - 64) starring Art Carney, Phyllis Thaxter, Elizabeth Ashley, Louise Sorel, Richard Jordan, Heywood Hale Broun (CBS sports commentator and reporter), Joanna Pettet, Audra Lindley, June Harding, Tom Ewell, Jack Ryan, Philip Bolton, Lynn George, Sterling Yates, Doris Hackney, Walter Moulder, etc. Originally produced (1961) by Harold S. Prince ands directed by George Abbott.
98 Take It From Me : "A Tuneful Tale of Youth and Love" with book and lyrics by Will B.Johnstone. Music by Will R. Anderson. Various productions (1919 - 22) starring Fred Hillebrand, Charles Welsh Homer, Helen Raftery, Jack McGowan, Alice Hills, John E. Hennings, Richard Mack, Arline Gardiner, Violet Rio, Robert Capron, Beach Cooke, Vera Dudley, etc. Originally produced (1919) by William Moore Patch and directed and choreographed by Fred A. Bishop and Joseph M. Gaites. Songs include: "Take It From Me," "Tip Toe," "The Tanglefoot Trot," "The Call of the Cozy Little Home," "I Like to Linger in the Lingerie," "A Penny For Your Thoughts," "Camouflage," etc.
98 Take Me Along : "A Musical Comedy" by Joseph Stein and Robert Russell (Based on the play, "Ah, Wilderness" by Eugene O' Neill). Music and lyrics by Bob Merrill. Various productions (1959 - 64) starring Jackie Gleason, Walter Pidgeon, Eileen Herlie (Most famous as "Gertrude" in "Hamlet" on stage and film), Robert Morse, Una Merkel, Luke Halpin (Co-star of television's "Flipper"), Susan Luckey ("Carousel," "The Music Man," etc. on film), Valerie Harper ("Television's "Rhoda"), Arlene Golonka (Most famous as "Millie" on television's "Mayberry RFD"), Dick O' Neill, June Carroll (Composer and co-star of "New Faces of 1952), Robert Smith, Liza Minnelli, Bruce Kirby (Father of Bruno Kirby), William Bendix (Television's "The Life of Riley"), Sidney Blackmer, Doris Dalton, Art Holt, Peg Denker, etc. Originally produced (1959) by David Merrick, directed by Peter Glenville and choreographed by Onna White. Songs include: "The Parade," "I Would Die," "I Get Embarrassed," "Take Me Along," "That's How It Starts," "Oh, Please," "Staying Young," "But Yours," etc.
98 Take Me Out : "Winner of the 2003 Tony Award for Best Play" by Richard Greenberg. Various productions (2003 - 07) starring Daniel Sunjata, Denis O'Hare, Neal Huff, Frederick Weller, Kevin Carroll, David Eigenberg, Gene Gabriel, Robert m. Jimenez, Joe Lisi, Kohl, Sudduth, James Yaegashi, etc. Directed by Ed Decker and Joe Mantello.
98 Take My Advice (By W. Collier) : "A New Entertainment" by William Collier and James Montgomery. Produced by Lew Fields (Of the comedy team, "Weber and Fields") at various theatres (1911 - 12) starring William Collier, Wells Knibloe, Charles Dow Clark, Paula Marr, Dorothy Unger, etc. Directed by William Collier.
98 Take My Advice (By E. Lester) : "An American Comedy" by Elliott Lester. Produced by The Frank Wilcox Company at Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1928) starring Frank Wilcox, Janet Regal, Hal Brown, Josephine Fox, Helen Blair, Albert Mack, etc. Directed by Albert Mack.
98 Take The Air : "New Musical Comedy of Aviation" with book and lyrics by Gene Buck and Anne Caldwell. Music (or "Airs") by Dave Stamper. Produced by Gene Buck at various theatres (1927 - 28) starring Will Mahoney, Chick York and Rose King, Gene Buck's Aviation Orchestra, Al Ochs, Kitty O' Connor, George Spelvin, Trini, etc. Directed by Gene Buck and Alexander Leftwich. Choreographed by Ralph Reader. Songs include: "All Aboard for Times Square," "Silver Wings," "The Wild and Woolly West," "Carmen Has Nothing on Me," "Take the Air," "Japanese Moon', "Ham and Eggs," etc.
98 Taken From Life (By S. Colville) : "A World's Success" by Samuel Colville. Produced at various theatres (c. 1886) starring Phosa McAllister, Edwin Francis, J.H.Bunny, Louis Knobb, Clara Rutherford, etc. "Introducing the great race horse Comet with all original scenery as produced at Wallack's Theatre, New York".
98 Taken From Life (By A. L. Zimmerman) : Book by Armand L. Zimmerman. Produced by the Yale University School of the Fine Arts/ The Department of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1934) starring Hope Norman, George Culver, Arthur L. Sachs, Helen Ward, Alfred Etcheverry, Dorothy McLaughlin, etc. Directed by Alexander Dean.
98 Taking Chances : "A Farce" by Paul Frank and Siegfried Geyer (Translated by Benrimo and Morgan). Produced by the Messrs.Shubert at the 39th Street Theatre (NYC - 1915) starring Lou-Tellegen, John Hamilton, Lionel Bevans, Winifred Harris, Viola Roach, Elwyn Eaton, Phil M. Sheridan, Walter Plinge, etc.
98 Taking Steps : Book by Alan Ayckbourn. Produced at the Circle in the Square Theatre, NYC (1991) starring Christopher Benjamin, Jonathan Hogan, Pippa Pearthree, Jane Summerhays, Bill Buell and Spike McClure. Directed by Alan Stachan.
98 Talbot's Box : "A New Play" by Thomas Kilroy. Produced at the Peacock Theatre (Dublin - 1977) starring John Molloy, Stephen Brennan, Clive Geraghty, Ingrid Craigie and Eileen Colgan. Directed by Patrick Mason.
98 Tale Of A Coat, The : "A Comedy Drama" by Dion Boucicault. Produced at Daly's Theatre (NYC - 1890) starring Sol Smith Russell, Jemmy Watt, John E. Kellard, Frank Lawton, Walter Hale, George S. Stevens, Alfie Hudson, etc. Directed by Dion Bouciciault and Ben Teal.
98 Tale Of The Allergist's Wife, The : Book by Charles Busch. Various Productions (2001 - 2004) starring Meg Foster, Ariel Shafir, Sondra James, Lenny Wolpe, Robin Strasser (Television's "All My Children," "One Life to Live," etc.), Darin DePaul, Linda Lavin, Tony Roberts, Michele Lee, Shirl Bernheim, Anil Kumar, etc. Directed by Carl Andress and Lynne Meadow.
98 Tale Of Two Cities, A : Book by Charles Dickens. Various adaptations and productions (1982 - 95) starring Aaron Bass, Sarah Holden, James Riordan, Mark Faith, Bradley Mart, Alan Adams, Brenda Radloff, Katherine Ross, Mark Chambers, etc.
98 Tale Told, A : Book by Lanford Wilson. Produced by The Circle Repertory Company (NYC - 1981) starring David Ferry, Trish Hawkins, Michael Higgins, Timothy Shelton, Fritz Weaver, Patricia Wettig, etc. Directed by Marshall W. Mason.
98 Talent ' 58 : Sketches and scenes by Diana Shalet, William Woodson, Clifford Odets, Sidney Kingsley, Dorothy Parker, Meyer Levin, N. Richard Nash, William C. Fridley, etc. Music and lyrics by Peter Howard, Luther Henderson, Evelyn Love Cooper, Jerry Herman, Jim Eiler, David Amram, Bob Atwood, Jack Vaughan, Shelley Dobbins, Hayward Morris, Stone Widney, Bernie Wayne, Duke Ellington, Horace Silver, Irving Fields, Miguelito Garcia, Robert Kessler, Martin Charnin, Dorothy Parker, Doris Julian, Sol Barkowitz, Ray Schiller, Shelley Mowell, etc. Produced by the Broadway Show League at the Majestic Theatre (NYC - 1958) starring Hiram Sherman, Juanita Hall, Steffi Henderson, Charles Nelson Reilly, Estelle Parsons, Lorna Greene, Leonard Stone, Sylvia Miles, Lenny Dale, Doe Lang, Billy Wilson, Alvin Ailey, Martin Charnin, Donald Moffat, Davy Jones, Marilyn Cooper, Richard Poston, Richard Sheldon, Alice Nunn, etc. Directed by John Ira Moore, Jerry Herman, Jim Eiler, Edwin Sherin, Kermit Kegley, William Hellinger, Rudy Tronto, Michael Egan, John Cassavetes, Martin Charnin, Sanford Meisner, Luther Henderson, Doris Julian, John Ira Moore, etc. Choreographed by Janet Picard LeMon, Lenny Dale, Alvin Ailey, Nelle Fisher, Walter Nicks, Vitorio, Matt Mattox, George Church, etc. Songs include: "Jolly Theatrical Season," "Play Ball," "There's Always a Chance," "From Pix to TV to Stage," "Hey, Cheri," "Harlem Waltz," "Beautiful Hands," "Jazz in Mambo," "November in Kenya," "I Love Paducah," etc.
98 Talent ' 59 : Sketches and scenes by Jane Barry, Henry Cutler, Alan Kass, Don Briody, Horton Foote, Eugene Ionesco, Howard Richardson, William Berney, Sidney Kingsley, John Gerber, Eugene O' Neill, John Van Druten, Walter Hart Mathews, Don Allell, William Faulkner, Patience Cleveland, Richard Kneeland, William Saroyan, Ferenc Molnar, Lillian Hellman, F. Hugh Herbert, N. Richard Nash, Norman Corwin, Joseph Kramm, Paul Osborn, George Axelrod, Maxwell Anderson, etc. Music and lyrics by Alan Friedman, Dennis Marks, Jim Wise, Dick Bimonti, Nicholas Schachter, Robert Bernstein, Marge Greene, Dickson Hughes, Paul Kelin, Fred Ebb, Cy Young, Warren B. Myers, Harold Beebe, Murray Grand, Timothy Gray, Bob Atwood, Jack Vaughan, Michael Stewart, Ron Clark, Dean Fuller, etc. Produced by the Broadway Show League at various theatres (1959) starring Jane Barry, Ted Chapman, Kenneth Mars, Betty Rhodes, George Smith Lindsay, Reva Rose, Cy Young, Elaine Swann, Betty Wilson, Van Williams, Alvin Ailey, Kevin Kelly, Lee Meriwether, Roscoe (Lee) Browne, Clarence Williams, Isabell Sanford, Cecily (Cicely) Tyson, James Earl Jones, Graham Jarvis, Richard Nieves, etc. Directed by David Barrett, Bob Haddad, Robert Bernstein, Harold Beebe, Jack Vaughan, Tao Strong, Gabe Mone, Harding Dorn, Chester Morss, Alan Kass, Dennis Marks, Mark Richman, Nola Chilton, Hank Elliott, Vinette Carroll, Michael Higgins, Phillip Pruneau, Ira Zuckerman, Earle Hyman, Frank Melfo, Samuel Rosen, etc. Choreographed by Bob Haddad, Nelle Fisher, Alvin Ailey, Harding Dorn, Kiko do Brazil, etc. Songs include: "A Name of Our Own," "Broadway at 39th Street," "Flumps," "Go West Young Rubicam," "Kismet Quick," "Red Hot Mama," "Wacky Rhythm," "You Pleasure Me', etc.
98 Talent ' 60 : Sketches and scenes by T.S. Eliot, Tennessee Williams, Paddy Chayefsky, Morton B. Wishengrad, James Thurber, William Hanley, Sean O' Casey, McKinlay Cantor, Paul Lally, Irwin Shaw, Jean Genet, Walter Harlin, etc. Music and lyrics by Dickson Hughes, Rod Warren, Forrest Wood, Monty Kelly, Cal Tjader, Michael Cohen, Treva Silverman, Hugh Martin, Don Peterson, Jerry Herman, Ken Welch, Victor Ziskin, etc. Produced by the Broadway Show League at the Majestic Theatre (NYC - 1960) starring George Furth, Forrest Wood, Jane Judge, Edmund Balin, Renee Taylor (Wife of Joseph Bologna), Paul Dooley, Charles Welch, Joan Porter, Joan Rivers, Arnold Soboloff, Joe Campanella, Estelle Parsons, Steve Pearlman, Lenny Dale, Gimi Beni, Bruce Peter Yarnell, Arthur Rubin, etc. Directed by Phil Burns, Nola Chilton, William Hickey, Bill Penn, Arlen Golonka (Most famous as "Millie" on television's "Mayberry RFD"), Gene Lasko, Chester Morss, Art Kassul, etc. Choreographed by Joel Schnee, Edmund Balin, Yvonne Othon, Elna Laun, George Jack, Jeff Duncan, Neil Kenyon, Gordon Peavy, Jack Beaber, etc. Songs include: "Mambo for Four With Fans," "Song of the Monkey," "Intellectual Rag," "National Geographic," "Storyville," "Vocal Girl Makes Good," etc.
98 Talent ' 61 : Sketches and scenes by William Shakespeare, Robert Joseph, Tad Mosel, Irwin Stahl, Jack Beaber, Dodie Smith, Noel Coward, Albert Camus, Sidney Davis, Paddy Chayevsky, Ogden Nash, William Saroyan, etc. Music and lyrics by Dickson Hughes, John Kestner, Ken and Mitzi Welch, David Hollister, Camino Ravosa, Harold Beebe, Jerry Herman, Jack Prenner, Don Peterson, Ronald Axe, etc. Produced by the Broadway Show League at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1961) starring Joseph Masiell, Sheila Smith, Dena Dietrich, Betty Rhodes, Joan Rivers, Bob Fitch, Otto Pirchner, George Lindsay ("Most famous as "Goober" on television's "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Mayberry RFD"), Paul Glover, Tracy Everitt (Co-star of "The Judy Garland CBS Christmas Show" - 1963), Tania Everett (Sister of Tracy Everitt. Different spelling of surname.), Alice Nunn, Barbara Cole, Anthony Zerbe, Olympia Dukakis, etc. Directed by Bob Livingston, Marvin Schofer, Norman Kline, Jack Eddleman, Logan Ramsey, Gene Lasko, Chester Morss, etc. Choreographed by Elna Laun, Jack Beaber, Sandra Devlin, Bob Fitch, Larry Stevens, Tracy Everitt, etc. Songs include: "Don't Want to Smile That Smile," "Winning the West," "I'm Not Ready for Spring," "Whistlin' Dixie Polka," "Naughty 42nd Street," "Doodle Bug," "Song and Dance Man," "Everybody Wants to Lead a Band," etc.
98 Talent For Murder, A : "A New Suspense-Comedy" by Jerome Chodorov and Norman Panama. Produced by Edwin S. Lowe at the Biltmore Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Claudette Colbert, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Barton Heyman, Nancy Addison Altman, etc. Directed by Paul Aaron.
98 Tales From Hollywood : "A New Play" by Christopher Hampton. Produced by The National Theatre of Great Britain (London - 1983) starring Michael Gambon, Franc Morgan, Guy Rolfe, Philip Locke, Billie Whitelaw, etc. Directed by Peter Gill.
98 Tales From The Vienna Woods : Book by Odon von Horvath (Translated by Christopher Hampton). Various productions (1977 - 78) starring Susan Williamson, Stephen Rea, Oliver Cotton, Nicholas Selby, Kate Nelligan, Paul Rogers, Brenda Blethyn, Daniel Thorndike, Richard Bauer, Halo Wines, Robert Prosky, Richard Frank, James Beard, etc. Originally produced (1977) by The National Theatre of Great Britain and directed by Maximilian Schell.
98 Tales Of Tinseltown : Book and lyrics by Michael Colby. Music by Paul Katz. Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami, FL - 1991) starring Marcia Lewis, Michael Tucci, Ellen Harvey, Keith Devaney, Melinda Gilb, Karyn Quackenbush, Peter Ermides and John Scherer. Directed and choreographed by Tony Stevens. Songs include: "The Public Wants to Know," "The Musical Showdown," "The New Immortal," "Born to Be Bad," "Stars in My Eyes," "For My Career," etc.
98 Talk About Girls : "A New Musical Comedy" by William Carey Duncan and Daniel Kusell (Based on a play by John Hunter Booth). Music by Harold Orlob and Stephen Jones. Lyrics by Irving Caesar. Produced by Harry H. Oshrin and Sam H. Grisman at the Waldorf Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring Frances Upton, William Cook, William Frawley (Television's "I Love Lucy"), Jane Taylor, Floyd Marion, Florence Earle, Russell Mack, etc. Directed by Daniel Kusell. Choreographed by Sammy Lee. Songs include: "In Central Park," "Come to Lower Falls," "Maybe I Will," "Heel and Toe," "Sex Appeal," "Nineteen-Twenty-Seven," etc.
98 Talk Of New York, The : "Musical Play" by George M. Cohan (Portrayed by James Cagney on film, Mickey Rooney on television and Joel Grey on stage). Produced by Cohan and Harris at various theatres (1907 - 09) starring Victor Moore, Jack Gardner, Lorena Atwood, Nella Bergen, Rosie Green, Gertie Vanderbilt, etc. Directed and choreographed by George M. Cohan. Songs include: "Follow Your Uncle Dudley," "Mr. Burns of New Rochelle," "Burning Up the Boulevard," "Busy Little Broadway," "Under Any Old Flag at All," etc.
98 Talk Of The Devil : Book by Mary O' Malley. Produced by the Bristol Old Vic Trust at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - c. 1986) starring Pauline Yates, John Ronane, Theresa Boden, Janette Foggo, etc. Directed by Paul Unwin.
98 Talk Of The Town, The : "The New Laughter Revue" with sketches by Frank Muir and Denis Norden. Music and lyrics by Ross Parker and Phil Park. Produced by George and Alfred Black and Jack Hylton at the Adelphi Theatre (London - 1954) starring Jill Day, Jimmy Edwards, Tony Hancock, Reg O' List, Iris Scott, etc. Directed by Alec Shanks and Joan Davis. Choreographed by Joan Davis. Songs include: "Curtain Up!," "Romance in Lace," "Paris By Night," "The Feline of the Species," "The Gay Nineties," etc.
98 Talk Radio : Book by Eric Bogosian. Produced by The Hippodrome State Theatre (Gainesville, FL - 1989) starring Michael Beistle, Lauren Caldwell, Amanda Fry, Nell Page Sexton, John F. Lennon, Rusty Salling, Kevin Rainsberger, Dan Jesse, Gregory Ray Jones, etc. Directed by Sidney Homan.
98 Talker, The : "A Play of Today" by Marion Fairfax. Produced by Tully Marshall at the Garrick Theatre (St. Louis - 1912) starring Tully Marshall, Eva MacDonald, Mary Mallon, Wilson Day, Preston Crewe, Leonard Perry, etc. Directed by Marion Fairfax.
98 Talking Heads : Book by Alan Bennett. Produced at the Minetta Lane Theatre (NYC - 2003) starring Kathleen Chalfant, Daniel Davis, Christine Ebersole, Valerie Mahaffey, Lynn Redgrave and Brenda Wehle. Directed by Michael Engler.
98 Talking To You : Book by William Saroyan. Produced by The Saroyan Theatre at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1942) starring Lois Bannerman, Peter Beauvais, Canada Lee, Jules Leni, Lewis Charles, etc. Billed with "Across the Board On Tomorrow Morning" by William Saroyan starring Irving Morrow, Jane Jeffreys, Carol Marcus (Wife of William Saroyan and Walter Matthau), Larry Bolton, William Prince, etc.
98 Talking With Angels : "A True Story That Transcends Faiths" by Shelley Mitchell. Produced by The California Institute of Integral Studies at the Project Artaud Theatre (San Francisco - c. 2000) starring Shelley Mitchell. Directed by Robin Fontaine.
98 Tall Story : "A New Comedy" by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse (Suggested by the novel, "The Homecoming Game" by Howard Nemerov). Various productions (1959 - 60) starring Hans Conreid, Marian Winters, Robert Elston, Robert Wright, Mason Adams ("The Voice of Smuckers" on radio and television commercials), Nina Wilcox, Marc Connelly, Wayne Tippit, Sally Jessup, Joyce Bulifant, Ralph Stantley, John Astin (Star of television's "The Addams Family"), Robert Redford, Brooks Morton, Francine Sharon, Roy R. Scheider (Roy Scheider), Bettie Endrizzi, etc. Originally produced (1959) by Emmett Rogers and Robert Weiner and directed by Herman Shumlin.
98 Talley And Son : Book by Lanford Wilson. Produced by the Circle Repertory Theatre Company (NYC - 1985) starring Farley Granger, Edward Seamon, Trish Hawkins, etc. Directed by Marshall W. Mason.
98 Talley Method, The : "New Play" by S.N. Behrman. Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice and Robert E. Sherwood) at various theatres (1941) starring Ina Claire, Philip Merivale, Dean Harens, Lida Kane, Ernst Deutsch, etc. Directed by Herman Shumlin.
98 Talley's Folly : Book by Lanford Wilson. Various productions (1979 - 82) starring Judd Hirsch, Trish Hawkins, Jordan Charney, Debra Mooney, Matthew Reed, Deborah McLain, Jeff David and Linda Stephens. Originally produced (1979) by Nancy Cooperstein, Porter Van Zandt and Marc Howard and directed by Marshall W. Mason.
98 Tallulah's Party : "A New Musical" by Bob Griffiths, Latifah Taormina and J.D. Maria. Music by Arthur Siegel. Lyrics by Mae Richard. Produced by Richard Shepard at the Martin R. Kaufman Theatre (NYC - 1997) starring Tovah Feldshuh, Robert Cary, Bobby Clark and Alan Gilbert. Directed by Latifah Taormina. Choreographed by Jerome Vivona.
98 Tambourines To Glory : "A Gospel Singing Play" by Langston Hughes (Adapted from his novel). Music by Jobe Huntley. Lyrics by Langston Hughes. Various productions (1963 - 77) starring Hazel Scott (Nightclub singer and pianist. Wife of Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.), Nipsy Russell, Georgia Burke, Clara Ward, Olga James, Theresa Merritt, Eva Jessye, Robert Guillaume, Micki Grant, David Alan Grier, Marsha L. Perry, etc. Originally produced (1963) by The Theatre Guild and Joel Schenker and directed by Herbert Machiz. Songs include: "Upon This Rock," "Lord Above," "Scat Cat," "Hand Me Down My Walking Cane," "New York Blues," "Moon Outside My Window," "I'm Gonna Testify," etc.
98 Tamburlaine The Great : Book by Christopher Marlowe (Adapted by Tyrone Guthrie and Donald Wolfit). Various productions (1919 - 2007) starring Anthony Quayle, Coral Browne (Wife of Vincent Price), Eric House, William Shatner, Peter Wylde, Lloyd Bochner, Robert Eddison, Philip Locke, Brian Cox, Albert Finney, Gawn Grainger (Husband of Zoe Wanamaker), Daniel Thorndike, Brenda Blethyn, Michael Gough, Avery Brooks (Star of television's "A Man Called Hawk," etc.), Terence Archer, David Sabin, A. C. Frost, Jr. A.M. Hurd, L.M. Loeb, etc.
98 Taming Of Helen, The : "A Modern Comedy" by Richard Harding Davis. Produced in 1903 (No location listed) starring Henry Miller, Percy Lyndal, John Flood, Arthur Sheppard, Lionel Hogarth, Drina De Wolfe, Phillip Carroll, Marion Cavendish, Grace Elliston, etc.
98 Taming Of The Shrew, The : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection See "Shakespeare Collection" by title.
98 Tamu -Tamu : "The World Premiere" with book, music and lyrics by Gian Carlo Menotti. Produced "By Special Permission of the IXth International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences" at the Studebaker Theatre (NYC - 1973) starring Robert J. Manzari, Sylvia Davis, Sung Sook Lee, Sung Kil Kim, Douglas Perry, Damon Ho, Glenn Asato, etc. Directed by Gian Carlo Menotti.
98 Tangerine : "A Musical Comedy Satire" by Guy Bolton (Adapted from a play by Philip Bartholomae and Lawrence Langner). Music by Carlo-Sanders. Lyrics by Howard Johnson. Various productions (1922 - 24) starring Julia Sanderson, Harry Puck, Hobart Cavanaugh, Gloria Dawn, George Spelvin, John Kane, Halbert Brown, Frank Wilcox, Winifred Anglin, Dorothy Holmes, Helen Blair, Selma Bailes, Jack Burns, Loretta Sheridan, Billy Nunn, etc. Originally produced (1922) by Carle Carlton, directed by George Marion and choreographed by Bert French. Songs include: "It's Great to Be Married," "Love is a Business," "Isle of Tangerine," "Man is the Lord of It All," "South Sea Island Blues," "There's a Sunbeam for Every Drop of Rain," etc.
98 Tangled Lives : "Society Drama" by John W. Keller. Produced at Hooley's Theater (Chicago - 1887) starring Robert B. Mantell ("The Romantic Emotional Actor"), Nelson Wheatcroft, Archie Lindsay, Eleanor Carey, Effie M. Shannon, etc. Directed by Augustus Pitou.
98 Tango : "A New Comedy" by Slawomir Mrozek. Various translations, adaptations and productions (1966 - 69) starring Patience Collier, Mike Pratt, Robert Eddison, Dudley Sutton, Louis Beachboard, Rodney Breen, Dolph Printz, David Margulies, Lilyan Wilder, Muriel Kirkland, Arthur Ed Forman, etc. Originally produced (1966) by the Royal Shakespeare Company and directed by Trevor Nunn.
98 Tango For Turtles, A : Book by Dan Potter. Produced by the Yale School of Drama (New Haven - 1964) starring Frederick John Haut, Robert Jennings, James Harris, Jody Locker, Don Knight, etc. Directed by Asaas Kelada.
98 Tango Pasion : Book by Mel Howard. Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami, FL - 1992) starring Jose Libertella, Luis Stazo, Eduardo Walczak, Jorge Orlando, Daniel Bouchet, etc. Directed by Jose Libertella and Luis Stazo. Choreographed by Hector Zaraspe.
98 Tantalizing Tommy : "A New Comedy" by Paul Gavault and Michael Morton. Produced at The Playhouse (London - No date) starring Cyril Maude, Kenneth Douglas, Fred Lewis, Sybil Ruskin, Marie Lohr, etc. Billed with "The Toymaker of Nuremburg" by Austin Strong.
98 Tantalus, The : Book by Ian Cullen and Catherine Arley. Produced at the Harold Clurman Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Ron Randell, Kelly Wood, David Knapp, Richard Lupino (Cousin of Ida Lupino), George Vogel and Tim Fahey. Directed by Stephen Joyce.
98 Tante : "A New Comedy" by C. Haddon Chambers (Based on the novel by Anne Douglas Sedgwick). Produced by Charles Frohman at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1913 - 14) starring Ethel Barrymore, Charles Cherry, E., Henry Edwards ("First Appearance in America"), Eileen Van Biene ("First Appearance in America"), Frank McCoy, etc. Directed by C. Haddon Chambers.
98 Tanyard Street : Book by Louis D' Alton. Produced by Jack Kirkland at the Little Theatre (NYC - 1941) starring Barry Fitzgerald, Zamah Cunningham, Aideen O' Connor, Margo (Wife of Eddie Albert), Lloyd Gough, Art Smith, Hale Norcross, and Arthur Shields (Brother of Barry Fitzgerald). Directed by Arthur Shields.
98 Tap Dance Kid, The : Book by Charles Blackwell (Based on the novel, "Nobody's Family is Going to Change" by Louise Fitzhugh). Music by Henry Krieger. Lyrics by Robert Lorick. Various productions (1984 - 86) starring Hinton Battle, Hattie Winston, Samuel E. Wright, Alfonso Ribeiro (Co-star of television's "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air"), Jackie Lowe, Alan Weeks, Gail Nelson, Eugene Fleming, Monica Pege, Chuck Cooper, Dule Hill (Co-star of television's "The West Wing"), Harold Nicholas (Of "The Nicholas Brothers" dance team), Martine Allard, etc. Originally produced (1984) by Stanley White, Evelyn Barron, Harvey J. Klaris and Michel Stuart, directed by Vivian Matalon and choreographed by Danny Daniels. Songs include: "Another Day," "Dancing is Everything," "Man in the Moon," "My Luck is Changing," "Tap Tap," "Class Act," etc.
98 Tap Dogs : Book by Nigel Triffett. Music by Andrew Wilkie. Various productions (1997) starring Dein Perry, Darren Disney, Christopher Horsey, Drew Kaluski, Nathan Sheens, Todd Anderson, Tim Varney, etc. Directed by Nigel Triffitt.
98 Tapestry In Gray : Book by Martin Flavin. Produced by B.P. Schulberg at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1936) starring Elissa Landi, Melvyn Douglas, Minor Watson, Arnold Korff, Jack Lescoulie (Radio and television announcer), Joseph Olney, Richard Van Patten (Dick Van Patten), Norma Downey, etc. Directed by Marion Gering.
98 Taps : Book by Franz Adam Beyerlein. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1925) starring Lionel Barrymore, Irene Fenwick, McKay Morris, Thurlow Bergen, Herbert Standing, Sydney Smith, etc. Directed by Lawrence Marston.
98 Tapu : or "A Tale of a Maori Pah" by Arthur Adams and J.C. Williamson. Music by Alfred Hill. Produced by the Royal Comic Opera Company at Her Majesty's Theatre (London - No date) starring Florence Young, Maud Chetwynd, Evelyn Scott, Sara Hyman, Reginald Roberts, George Lauri, etc.
98 Tarnish : Book by Gilbert Emery. Produced by John Cromwell (Father of James Cromwell) at various theatres (1924) starring Edith Shayne, Lou Ripley, Grace Cornell, Edith Taliaferro, Fredric March, Dorothy Chase, Charles Laite, Marion Benda, etc. Directed by John Cromwell.
98 Tarot : Book by "The Rubber Duck" Produced by The Chelsea Theater Center Of Brooklyn (NY - No date) starring Cassia Besson, Sandra Peobody, Fred Rivera, John Kuhner, Goria Maddox, Yolande Bavan, etc. Directed by "The Rubber Duck" and Robert Kalfin. Music by Tom Constanten.
98 Tarrytown Widow, The : "Big Comedy Success" produced by D.W. Truss and Company in NY (No location or date listed) starring Joseph Hart ("The Jolly Comedian").
98 Tartuffe : Book by Moliere (Jean-Baptiste Poquelin). Various translations, adaptations and productions (1951 - 2003) starring Bonnie Bedelia, John Berger, Roscoe Lee Browne, Kathleen Freeman, George Gaynes, Louis Gossett, Larry Kert ("West Side Story," etc.), Allyn Ann McLerie ("Where's Charley?," etc.), Joe Pena, David Spielberg, Paul Winfield, James Rado ("Hair," etc.), Anne Chodoff, Goddard Winterbottom, Audrey Noble, Peter Copley, Neil Cunningham, James Cairncross, Hal Holbrook ("Mark Twain Tonight," etc.), Sada Thompson (Television's "Family," etc.), Joyce Ebert, Salome Jens, Laurence Luckinbill ("The Boys in the Band," etc. Husband of Lucie Arnaz.), Paul Shenar, Larry Gates, John Philip Law, Graham Jarvis, Roy R. Scheider (Roy Scheider), Tony Lo Bianco, John Wood, Tammy Grimes ("The Unsinkable Molly Brown," etc. Wife of Christopher Plummer.), Mildred Dunnock, Patricia Elliott, Victor Garber, Swoozie Kurtz, Dylan Baker, Dana Ivey, Mary Testa, Ann Weldon, Michael Learned ("Co-star of television's "The Waltons"), Peter Donat (Nephew of Robert Donat), Jerry Kilty, Sam Jaffe (Most famous as "Gunga Din" on film), Earl Montgomery, Rene Auberjonois, Hugh Alexander, Lee Wallace, Mimi Bowen, Bill Hinnant, Graham Pollock, Joan Pape, David Ackroyd, Joan Plowright (Wife of Laurence Olivier), Robert Stephens, John Gielgud, Jeremy Brett, Derek Jacobi, William Hutt, Kenneth Pogue, Brian Bedford, Henry Goodman, J. Smith-Cameron, Joe Delafield, Philip Goodwin, Bryce Dallas Howard (Daughter of Ron Howard), Anthony Newfield, Erik Steele, etc.
98 Taste Of Honey, A : "A Remarkable New Play" by Shelagh Delaney. Various productions (1959 - 81) starring Hermione Baddeley (Co-star of television's "Maude," etc.), Frances Cuka, Bobby Dean Hooks, Frederick Combs, Roy Shuman, Joan Plowright (Wife of Laurence Olivier), Angela Lansbury, Nigel Davenport, Billy Dee Williams (Co- star of "Lady Sings the Blues," etc. on film), Andrew Ray, Diane Roter, June Levant (Wife of Oscar Levant), Lonny Stevens, Ted Roter, Valerie French, Amanda Plummer (Daughter of Chritopher Plummer and Tammy Grimes), John Carroll, Frances Cuka, Avis Bunnage, Clifton Jones, Leonard Rossiter (Star of television's "The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin"), Murray Melvin. etc. Originally produced in London (1959) by Donald Albery, Oscar Lewenstein and Wolf Mankowitz and directed by Joan Littlewood. Originally produced on Broadway (1961) by David Merrick and directed by Tony Richardson and George Devine.
98 Tattle Tales : "A Sophisticated Musical Review" with sketches by Frank Fay and Richie Craig, Jr. Music by Ralph Ranger, Howard Jackson, George Waggner, Bernie Grossman and Dave Silverstein. Lyrics by Leo Robbin, Edward Eliscu, George Waggner, Bernie Grossman and Dave Silverstein. Produced at the Fos-Wilma Theatre (Philadelphia - 1933) starring Frank Fay ("Harvey," etc.), Barbara Stanwyck (Wife of Frank Fay), Betty Doree, William Hargrave, James Mack, The Orange Grove Four, Al Snyder, The Theodores, etc. Directed by Frank Fay. Choreographed by Danny Dare and Leroy Prinz. Songs include: "Percy with Perseverance," "Hasta Manana," "I'll Take an Option on You," "The Nervous Waltz," Sing American Tunes," "Hang Up Your Hat on Broadway," etc.
98 Tattooed Countess, The : Book, music and lyrics by Coleman Van Vechten (Based on his novel). Produced by Dick Randall in association with Robert D. Feldstein at the Barbizon Plaza Theatre (NYC - c. 1955) starring Irene Manning (Most famous as "Fay Templeton" in the film, "Yankee Doodle Dandy"), John Stewart, Virginia Payne, Janet Foz, Coe Norton, etc. Directed by Robert K. Adams. Choreographed by Alex Palermo. Songs include: "Home Town Girl," "The Brushing Song," "How She Glows," "Gossip," "Waterworks Madrigal," "High Up," "A Woman's Much Beter Off Alone," "Je M' En Fiche," etc.
98 Tattooed Man, The : "A Comic Opera" by Harry B. Smith and A.N.C. Fowler. Music by Victor Herbert (Portrayed by Walter Connolly in the 1939 biopic, "The Great Victor Herbert"), Frank Daniels, Harry Clarke, Charles Drew, Harold Russell, May Vokes, Lottie Vernon, Gene Cole, etc. Directed by Julian Mitchell.
98 Tavern, The : "The American Satire" by Cora Dick Gantt. Rewritten by George M. Cohan (Portrayed by James Cagney on film, Mickey Rooney on television and Joel Grey on stage). Various productions (1920 - 67) starring George M. Cohan, Joseph Allen, Mary Phillips, Jack Leslie, Arnold Daly, Wanda Carlyle, Dodson Mitchell, Elsie Rizer, Morgan Wallace, Clyde North, Lowell Sherman, Norman Hackett, Eugenie Blair, Robert Middlemass, Bruce Weitz, John Ramsey, William Lithgow, Max Gulack, Larry Bryggman, Jack Karie, Julia Connors, Helen Calderone, Tucker Ashworth, Mal Throne (Malachi Throne - Most famous as "False Face" on television's "Batman"), George Grizzard, Earl Montgomery, Christine Pickles, Rosemary Harris, Keene Curtis, Arnold Daly, etc. Originally produced (1920) by George M. Cohan and directed by John Meehan.
98 Taxi : Book by A.C.D. Riley. One of three one-act plays including LETTERS by Florence Ryerson and THE MAN IN THE STALLS by Alfred Sutro. Produced by the Louisiana Players Guild, Baton Rouge (1958) starring Beverly Langlois, Lewis Rosenthal, Jerry Auerbach, Marie Landreneau, Jo Ann Hamilton, Toni Norman,etc. Directed by Lewis Rosenthal, Toni Norman and Betty Jane Dowd.
98 Taxi Girls In Mexico : Book by Shep Camp. Produced by Joe Hurtig at the Empire Theatre (Hoboken, NJ - No date) starring Primrose Semon, George Hickman, Marty Semon, Buck Freeman, Blanch Davenport, Frank Taylor, Harry Marsh, etc. Songs include: "Life is Not All Roses," "Jungle Palm," "Oh! That Navajo Rag," "Mary, I Love You," etc. Billed with "Premier Vaudeville" including The Farrel-Taylor Trio in "The Minstrel Man," Sig and Edythe Franz ("The Diamond Tire Team"), etc.
98 Tchin-Tchin : Book by Sidney Michaels (Based on the play by Francois Billetdoux). Various productions (1962 - 69) starring Anthony Quinn, Margaret Leighton, Charles Grodin, Sandy Baron (Stand-up comic. Most famous as "Jack Klompus" on television's "Seinfeld"), Jean Barker, Dane Clark, Teresa Wright, Roger Dressler, Martha Scott, John Vivyan, Richard Benjamin (Husband of Paula Prentiss), Jessica Tandy (Wife of Hume Cronyn), Mike Kellin, Edith Wilson, etc. Originally produced (1962) by David Merrick and Warner Leroy and directed by Peter Glenville.
98 Te Ata, The Dawn : "A Chickasaw Indian from Oklahoma" interpreting "the fine spirit of the North American Indian in her artistry of old legends, song and dance". Produced at various theatres (No date).
98 Tea And Sympathy : Book by Robert Anderson. Various productions (1953 - 56) starring Deborah Kerr, John Kerr (No relation to Deborah Kerr), Leif Erickson, Florida Friebus (Co-star of television's "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis," "The Bob Newhart Show," etc.), Alan Sues (Television's "Laugh In"), Dick York (Co-star of television's "Bewitched"), John McGovern, Yale Wexler, Richard Midgley, Don Dubbins, Alan Baxter, Tom Ellis, Joan Fontaine, Anthony Perkins, Mary Fickett, John Shay, Donald Madden, Ingrid Bergman, Simone Paris, etc. Originally produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, Robert Anderson, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Roger L. Stevens and John F. Wharton) and directed by Elia Kazan.
98 Tea At Five : Book by Matthew Lombardo. Produced at the Marine's Memorial Theatre (San Francisco - c. 2004) starring Kate Mulgrew (As "Katharine Hepburn"). Directed by John Tillinger.
98 Tea For Three : "An Angle on the Triangle" by Roi Cooper Megrue. Various productions (1918 - 35) starring Arthur Byron, Margaret Lawrence, Spring Byington (Star of television's "December Bride"), Fay Compton (By arrangement with J.E. Vedrenne), Stanley Logan, A.E. Matthews, Edna Hibbard, Peggy Bates, John Dawson, Joe Bates Smith, Jane Dixon, Walter Davis, Boyd Clarke, Thurston Hall, May Buckley, Frederick Perry, Harry Ingram, Ralph Simone, etc. Originally produced (1918) by Selwyn and Company and directed by Roi Cooper Megrue.
98 Tea Party : "One Act Play" by Harold Pinter. Various productions (c. 1960 -80) starring David Ford, Valerie French, June Emery, David Dario, Aviva Crane, Ronald Bishop, Douglas Campbell, Rebecca Taylor, etc. Billed with "The Basement" by Harold Pinter starring Max Howard, David Whitaker, James Ray, etc.
98 Teach Me How To Cry : "A New Play" by Patricia Joudry. Various productions (1955 - 60) starring Deirdre Owens, Richard Morse, Nan McFarland, Nancy Marchand (Co-star of television's "Marty," "Lou Grant," "The Sopranos," etc.), Florence McGee, Beryl Taylor, Mary Muir, etc. Originally produced (1955) by LPS Productions and directed by Robert Hartung.
98 Teahouse Of The August Moon, The : "The Comedy Smash" by John Patrick (Adapted from the novel by Vern Sneider). Various productiosn (1953 - 61) starring John Beal ("The Little Minister," etc.), Terence Kilburn, Paul Ford, Jonathan Harris (Most famous as "Dr. Smith" on television's "Lost in Space"), Mariko Niki, Haim Winant, Richard Loo, Larry Parks (Most famous as the star of "The Jolson Story" and "Jolson Sings Again" on film. Husband of Betty Garrett.), Thomas Coley, John Alexander (Most famous as "Uncle Teddy" in "Arsenic and Old Lace" on stage and film), David Wayne, John Forsythe, Larry Gates, Joe Mazzola, Bill Wenzel, Eli Wallach, Gene Blakely, Dorothy Chernuck, Omar K. Lerman, Burgess Meredith, Scott McKay, Barbara Luna, Barnard Hughes (Co - Star of television's "Doc," etc. ), Peter Hobbs, Myron McCormick, Sydney Walker, Howard St. John, Bill Minshall, Stan Hagan, Hal Juren, John Smuck, Eddie Bracken, Hugh Reilly (Co-star of television's "Lassie" with June Lockhart), Ronald Bunte, Arthur Benner, Rosita Diaz, Gig Young, William Sylvester, Dickie Henderson, etc. William H. Snow, Edwin C. Parsons, etc. Originally produced (1953) by Maurice Evans in association with George Schaefer and directed by Robert Lewis.
99 Teaspoon Every Four Hours, A : "A New Comedy" by Jackie Mason and Mike Mortman. Produced by Bernard M. Weber at the ANTA (American National Theatre and Academy) Theatre (NYC - 1969) starring Jackie Mason, Bernie West, Marilyn Cooper, Billie Allen, Lee Meredith, Barry Pearl, Lee Wallace, etc. Directed by Jeremy Stevens.
99 Teddy and Alice : Book by Jerome Alden. Music by John Philip Sousa. Lyrics by Hal Hackady. Adaptions and original music by Richard Kapp. Artistic Consultant: Alan Jay Lerner. Produced at the Minskoff Theatre (NYC - 1987) starring Len Cariou, Ron Raines, Beth Fowler, Nancy Hume, Michael McCarty, Raymond Thorne, Gordon Stanley, Nancy Opel, etc. Directed by John Driver. Choreographed by Donald Saddler and D.J. Giagni. Songs include: "The Thunderer," "She's Got to Go," "The Fourth of July," "Charge," "Leg-O-Mutton," "Her Father's Daughter," "Wave the Flag," "Nothing to Lose," "Perfect for Each Other," "This House," etc.
99 Teeth 'N Smiles : Book by David Hare. Music by Nick Bicat. Lyrics by Tony Bicat. Various productions (1977 - 80) starring Peter Phillips, James Dean (Not the film star), Pamela Brook, Larry Dilg, Gale Garnett (Recorded the hit song, "We'll Sing in the Sunshine"), Thom Bishop, Peter Wittrock, Joan Allen, Brad Hall ("Co-star of television's Saturday Night Live"), Colin Lane, Jeff Perry, etc. Originally produced (1977) by the Folger Theatre Group (Washington, DC) and directed by Jonathan Alper and Louis W. Scheeder.
99 Tekeli : or "The Seige of Mongatz" produced at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket (London - 1826). Billed with "The Beggar's Opera," "No Song, No Supper," etc.
99 Telegraph Hill : Bok by Herbert Blau. Produced by The San Francisco Actor's Workshop (1963) starring Monte Markham (Star of television's "The Second Hundred Years," The New Perry Mason," etc.), Marian Hailey, Robert Haswell, Robert Karnes, etc. Directed by Jules Irving.
99 Telemachus Clay : "A Collage for Voices" by Lewis John Carlino. Produced at the Writers Stage Theatre (NYC - No Date) starring Bonnie Bartlett (Co-star of television's "St. Elsewhere". Wife of William Daniels.), Jordan Charney, George Coe, Lew Horn, John Tracy, Scottie McGregor, etc. Directed by Cyril Simon.
99 Telephone, The : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection. See - "Opera and Operetta Programs" by title.
99 Telephone Girl, The : "A Musical Comedy" by Hugh Morton (Adapted from the Franch of Antony Mars and Maurice Desvallieres). Music by Gustave Kerker. Produced by George W. Lederer and George B. McLellan at The Casino (NYC - 1898) starring Louis Mann, Clara Lipman, Charles Dickson, Henry Bergman, Rosa Cooke, Bessie Wynn, etc. Directed by George W. Lederer.
99 Tell It Like It Is : "A Folk Musical About God" produced on the Plaza of the Americas at the University of Florida (Gainesville, FL - 1970).
99 Tell Me More : "A Spring Musical Comedy" by Fred Thompson and William K. Wells. Music by George Gershwin (Portrayed by Robert Alda in the 1945 biopic, "Rhapsody in Blue"). Lyric by B.G. De Sylva (Portrayed by Gordon MacRae in the 1956 biopic,"The Best Things in Life Are Free") and Ira Gershwin (Portrayed by Herbert Rudley in the 1945 biopic, "Rhapsody in Blue"). Produced by Al Aarons at the Gaiety Theatre (NYC - 1925) starring Eddie Dowling, Jr., Emma Haig, Dolly Harkins, Lou Holtz, Esther Howard, Portland Hoffa (Wife of Fred Allen), Ruth Raymonde, Phyllis Cleveland, etc. Directed by John Harwood. Choreographed by Sammy Lee. Songs include: "Tell Me More," "When the Debbies Go By," "Three Times a Day," "Why Do I Love You," "Kickin' The Clouds Away," "Love is In The Air," "Ukulele Lorelei," etc.
99 Tell -Tales : "A Musical Bull's Eye in Two Shots" by Charles S. Morgan, Jr. Music and lyrics by Charles Gilpin. Produced by The Mask and Wig Club (The all-male performance group of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia) at various theatres (1922) starring B.B.Brause, C.E. Cane, J.M. Coward, II, R.D. Wray, etc. Directed by Charles S. Morgan, Jr. Songs include: "The Wonderland of the Swiss," "I Love to Yodle," "Palmistry," "The Tell-Tale Glide," "A Toyshop Flirtation," etc.
99 Temper The Wind : Book by Edward Mabley and Leonard Mins. Produced by Barnard Straus and Roland Haas at The Playhouse (NYC - 1947) starring Blanche Yurka, Charlotte London, Vilma Kurer, George Mathews, Herbert Berghof, Paul Tripp (Television's "Mr. I Magination"), Albert Patterson, etc. Directed by Reginald Denham.
99 Temperamental Journey, The : "Comedy" by Andre Rivoire and Yves Mirande (Adapted by Leo Ditrichstein). Produced by David Belasco at the Republic Theatre (NYC - 1913) starring Leo Ditrichstein, Henry Bergman, Frank Connor, Richie Ling, Dorothy Ellis, Annette Tyler, Isabel Irving, Cora Witherspoon, etc. Directed by David Belasco.
99 Temperance Town, A : "Latest Success" by Charles Hoyt. Various productions (1894 - 99) starring Richard J. Dillon, L.R. Stockwell, Lee Harrison, George Ober, Frank Sheridan, Edward Wade, Tony Cummings, Fanny Addison Pitt, etc.
99 Tempest, The : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection. See "Shakespeare Collection" by title.
99 Tempest And Sunshine : Book by Lem B. Parker (Adapted from the novel by Mary J. Holmes). Produced at the La Salle Theatre (No location listed - 1913) starring Mabel Barring, Madge Thurston, Helen Farrell, Richard Reynolds, Lewis Parker, etc.
99 Temporal Powers : Book by Teresa Deevy. Produced by the Mint Theater Company (NYC - 2012) starring Rosie Benton, Aidan Redmond, Eli James, Wrenn Schmidt, Tiana Toibin, Con Horgan, Bairbre Dowling, Paul Carlin and Robertson Carricart. Directed by Jonathan Bank.
99 Temporary Island, A : Book Halsted Welles. Produced by Cheryl Crawford and T. Edward Hambleton for The Experimental Theatre (Under the sponsorship of the American National Theatre and Academy) at Maxine Elliott's Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring Rita Gam, Nancy Franklin, Philip Bourneuf, Jane Hoffman, Leon Askin, Ver Zorina, Walter Palance (Jack Palance), Ernest Truex, Carl Judd, Gene Galvin, etc. Directed by Halsted Welles.
99 Temptation : Book by Vaclav Havel (The tenth and last President of Czechoslovakia and the first President of the Czech Republic) - Translated by Marie Winn. Produced at the Wilma Theatre, Philadelphia (1989) starring Gary Allen, Michael Butler, Kelly Curtis, Tom McGowan, Sarah Mellici, Priscilla Shanks, Ian Trigger, etc. Directed by Jiri Zizka.
99 Ten By Tennessee : "A Two Evening Retrospective of Tennessee Williams' Short Plays" produced by The Acting Company at the Lucille Lortel Theatre (NYC - 1986) starring Lisa Banes, Laura Hicks, Richard Howard, Anderson Matthews, Pamela Nyberg, etc. Plays include" "This Property is Condemned," "The Unsatisfactory Supper," "Portrait of A Madonna," "The Long Goodbye," "I Can't Imagine Tomorrow," etc. Directed by Michael Kahn.
99 Ten Little Indians : "Hilarious Chiller Thriller" by Agatha Christie. Various productions (1944 - 2007) starring Roland Bottomley, Ethel Strickland, Philip Tonge, Hunter Gardner, Neil Fitzgerald, Michael Whalen, J. Pat O' Malley, Nicholas Joy, Estelle Winwood, Halliwell Hobbes, Anthony Kemble Cooper, Roger De Koven, Monroe Arnold, Jerry Stiller (Of the comedy team, "Stiller and Meara". Wife of Ann Meara. Father of Ben Stiller.), Helen Slayton, Bernard Piven (Father of Jeremy Piven), Forrest Orr, Don Gibson, etc. Originally produced (1944) by the Messrs. Shubert and Albert de Courville and directed by Albert de Courville.
99 Ten Minute Alibi : Book by Anthony Armstrong. Various productions (1933 - 92) starring Joseph Surin-Calleia, John Williams, Donald Randolph, Stiano Braggiotti, Bramwell Fletcher (Most famous as the co-star of the film "The Mummy" starring Boris Karloff), Oswald Yorke, Leslie Barrie, Harold Webster, George Coulouris, Mary Howard, Guy Bannerman, Andrew Gillies, Robert Benson, etc. Originally produced (1933) by Crosby Gaige and Lee Shubert and directed by Herman Shumlin.
99 Ten Nights In A Barroom : "The Famous Temperance Play" by William W. Pratt. Various adaptations and productions (1903 - 50) starring Arling Alcine, R.J. Ravencroft, J.E. Lewis, Charles Clark, Ida Kiefer, Adele Drew, Joe Alter, Roland Twombly, Lewis Denison, Nina Tempest, Lois Ross, Harry E. Lowell, Kirk Brown, Carl Betz (Co - star of television's "The Donna Reed Show". Star of television's "Judd for the Defense".), Eileen Ryan, Ann Francis, Pat Carroll (Co - star of television's "Make Room for Daddy," etc.), Alfred Bryan, Lawrence Leary, Alfred Rowe, Warner Hall, John Beal ("The Little Minister" on stage and film), William Prince, Edward Potter, Ed Swain, Jay Schwartz, Elaine Swann, Maurice Freeman, Wilson Day, Thomas H. Ince, Mabel Montgomery, Sam Pearce, Natalie Gordon, H. R. Brennan, Joseph Howard, Lillian Jerome, James McHugh, Bert Melvill, Elmer Fritz, Kitty Aryman, Earl Browne, etc.
99 Ten Percent Revue : Book, music and lyrics by Tom Wilson Weinberg. Produced by Laura Green at the Actors' Playhouse (NYC - 1988) starring Lisa Bernstein, Rainie Cole, James Humphrey, Helena Shaw, Robert Tate, etc. Directed by Scott Green. Choreographed by Tee Scatuorchio. Songs include: "Flaunting It', "Gay Name Game," "Safe Sex Slut," "Hompo Haven Fight Song," "Turkey Baster Baby," "Before Stonewall," etc.
99 1066 And All That : "A Comic History With Music" with book and lyrics by Reginald Arkell (Based on the "Memorable History of the Same Name" by W.C. Sellar and R.J. Yeatman). Music by Alfred Reynolds. Various productions (1935 - 47) starring Naunton Wayne, Laidman Wright, Joan Butterfield, Clarice Hardwicke, Warren Jenkins, George S. Swope, Burch Williams, Edwin G. Burrows, Bill Adams, John Bennett, Jack Sherman, Cecil Richards, Mickie Cross, etc.
99 Ten Times Table : "New Comedy" by Alan Ayckbourn. Produced by Michael Codron at the Globe Theatre (London - 1978) starring Paul Eddington, Julie McKenzie, Benjamin Whitrow, Christopher Godwin, Diane Bull, etc. Directed by Alan Ayckbourn.
99 Tender Land, The : Filed with the Belknap Music Collection. See - "Opera and Operetta Programs" by title.
99 Tender Trap, The : "A New Comedy' by Max Shulman and Robert Paul Smith. Various productions (1954 - 70) starring Robert Preston, Kim Hunter, Ronny Graham (Television's "Mr. Dirt"), Julia Meade, Jack Manning, Joey Faye ("Mack and Myer for Hire"), Christian Flanders, Walter Massey, Sally Kemp, Bruce Ralston, Grace Carpenter, Bernard McInerney, Joanne Spitler, Jan Cox, Maureen Feder, Dale Benson, Beverly Dixon, Bob Vrooman, June Slocomb, Mary Jo Hartwell, Jim Tolkan, Anita Woods, Vaughn Meader (JFK impersonator. Famous for the best-selling comedy album, "The First Family"), Gerald Metcalfe, Jessica Walter (Co- star of the film, "Play Misty for Me," etc. Co-star of televisions; "Arrested Development," etc.), Howard Reeves, Peggy Jones, Dick Deason, William Shatner, William Mooney, Louisa Moritz, Wayne Tippit, Wanda Huchinson, Joe Knight, Dorothy Grisson, etc. Originally produced (1954) by Clinton Wilder and directed by Michael Gordon.
99 Tenderfoot, The : "A Musical Play" with book and lyrics by Richard Carle. Music by H.L. Heartz. Produced at various theatres (c. 1903) starring Richard Carle, Edmund Stanley, Charles Wayne, Henry Norman, Agnes Paul, Walter Wills, Wayne Nunn, William Kerr, Olive Worth, etc. Directed by Gustav Buell and Harold B. Franklin. Songs include: "Washing Song," "Marriage is a Lottery," "Gay Lothario," "I'm a Peaceable Party," "A Soldier of Fortune," "Fascinating Venus," "The Tortured Thomas Cat," etc. Directed by Gustav Buell and Harold B. Franklin.
99 Tenderloin : "A New Musical" by George Abbott and Jerome Weidman. Music by Jerry Bock. Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. Produced by Robert E. Griffith and Harold S. Prince at various theatres (1960 - 61) starring Maurice Evans, Ron Husmann, Wynne Miller, Eileen Rodgers, Rex Everhart, Raymond Bramley, Lanier Davis, Eddie Phillips, Bob Fitch, etc. Directed by George Abbott. Choreographed by Joe Layton. Costumes and sets by Cecil Beaton. Songs include: "Bless This Land," "Little Old New York," "Artificial Flowers," "The Picture of Happiness," "Dear Friend," "Good Clean Fun," "The Tenderloin Celebration," "Tommy, Tommy," "Reform," etc.
99 Tennesssee Williams' Garden District : Two -One Act Plays ("Something Unspoken" and Suddenly Last Summer") by Tennessee Williams. Produced at the Circle in the Square (NYC - 1995) starring Elizabeth Ashley, Myra Carter, Pamela Payton-Wright, Jordan Baker, Peggy Cosgrove, Mitchell Lichtenstein, Leslie Lyles, Celia Weston and Victor Slezak. Directed by Thodore Mann and Harold Scott. Choreographed by B.H. Barry. Music by Kevin Farrell.
99 Tennessee's Pardner : "A Comedy Drama" by Scott Marble. Produced by The Majestic Theatre Stock Company at the Majestic Theatre (NYC - 1907) starring George Fisher, Lucius Fairchild, Edward Wade, Clara Reynolds Smith, etc. Directed by Frederic Sullivan.
99 Tenth Avenue ("Hell's Kitchen") : "A Melodrama of New York's Underworld" by John McGowen and Lloyd Griscom. Produced at various theatres (c. 1927) starring Frank McHugh, Gregory Ratoff, John A. Butler, Edna Hibbard, Frank Morgan (Most famous as "The Wizard of Oz" on film), William Boyd ("Hopalong Cassidy"), Harry C. Bannister, Guy Peters, etc. Directed by Rollo Lloyd.
99 Tenth Man, The (By P. Chayefsky) : "Comedy Hit" by Paddy Chayefsky. Various productions (1960 - 89) starring Jacob Ben-Ami, Michael Lipton, David Vardi, Truman Gaige, Martin Wolfson, Gene Gross, Alan Manson, Rudolf Weiss, Gene Saks (Stage and film director and husband of Beatrice Arthur), Jack Gilford, John Kerr, Muni Seroff, Boris Tumarin, Lou Jacobi, Louis Guss, Joe Jacobs, Sam Nudell, Carl Strano, Sidney Armus, Phoebe Cates (Wife of Kevin Kline), Bob Dishy, Peter Friedman (Co-star of television's "Brooklyn Bridge"), Michael Mantell, Joseph Wiseman (Most famous as "Dr. No" on film), Ron Rifkin (Co-star of television's "Brothers and Sisters"), Jack Weston, Zachary Berger, Larry Gelman, Richard Dreyfus, etc. Originally produced (1960) by Saint Subber and Arthur Cantor and directed by Tyrone Guthrie.
99 Tenth Man, The (By W.Somerset Maugham) : Book by W. Somerset Maugham. Various productions (c. 1921) starring Edward Emery, Charlotte Granville, Helen Freeman, Montague Love, Sylvia Field, Edmund Maurice, A. Holmes-Gore, Godfrey Tearle, Dallas Cairns, Frances Dillon, etc.
99 Tenth Of An Inch Makes A Difference, A : "A Prologue and Two On-Act Plays" by Rolf Forsberg. Produced by Kent Lane and Richard Bacharach in NYC - (No specific location listed - No date) starring Alvin Ing, Don Lochner, Monica Lane, Mara Kim, Saeed Jaffrey, etc. Directed by Rolf Forsberg.
99 Tenting Tonight : Book by Frank Gould. Produced by Saul Fischbein at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1947) starring Dean Harens, Jean Muir, Jackie Kelk, Henry Lascoe, etc. Directed by Hudson Faussett.
99 Terra Nova : Book by Ted Tally. Various productions (1984 - 92) starring David Darlow, Richard Lavin, Joe Van Slyke, Larry Brandenburg, Joseph Bears, Christopher Dove, Shannon Parnell, Weston Baur, etc.
99 Terrible Jim Fitch : Book by James Leo Hurlihy. Produced at the Gene Dynarski Theatre (Los Angeles - No date) starring George Peppard and Susan Berlin. Billed with "Laughs, Etc." by James Leo Hurlihy starring Helen Shaver and "Are You Lookin' " by Murray Mednick starring Ed Harris, Helen Shaver, etc.
99 Terrible King (Louis XI), The : "A Drama" by Casimer Delavinge (Adapted from "Quentin Durward" by Sir Walter Scott). Produced by Butler Davenport at the Davenport Free Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Butler Davenport, Rodney Borden, Arthur Feld, Jack Paris, Anita Winters, etc.
99 Terrible Swift Sword, The : Book by Arthur Steuer. Produced by Roger L. Stevens at the Phoenix Theatre (NYC - 1955-56) starring Conrad Janis (Co-star of television's "Mork and Mindy"), Bob Heller, John Fiedler, John Harkins, Arch Johnson, Richard Shepard and Fred Beir. Directed by Fred Sadoff.
99 Tesoro D' Isacco : Drama" by A. Palermi. Produced by Antonio Ferrara at the National Theatre (Boston - 1922) starring Giovanni Grasso, P. Sapuppa, Carolina Bragaglia, etc.
99 Tess Of The D' Urbervilles : Book by Thomas Hardy. Various adaptations and productions (1897 - 1946) starring Jane Henderson, Gerald Welch, Wendy Hiller, Joseph James, Mrs. Fiske (Minnie Maddern Fiske), Frank Gillmore, Neil Grey, Hugh Cameron, Forrest Robinson, James Morley, Wilfred North, Edith Wright, Vaughan Glaser, Louis Albion, James Hester, Ida Lester, Alfred Hickman, John Craig, Tyrone Power (Father of the film star),
99 Tess Of The Storm Country : Book by Grace Miller White (Adapted by Rupert Hughes). Produced by Gazzolo, Klimt and Ricksen at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1915) starring Frank Manley, Marcus Hoefs, Richardson Cotton, Earle Ross, Isabel Randolph, Lulu Arnold, etc.
99 Test, The : "A Premiere Performance" by A. Thorner Goodman. Produced by The Vest Pocket Players at the Santa Fe Community College Auditorium (Gainesville FL - No date) starring Leonard Kapica, Pete Colley Nik Hagler, etc. Directed by Richard Lake.
99 Test Case, A : "An Entirely New Eccentric Comedy" by Augustin Daly (Adapted from the German of Oscar Blumenthal and Gustav Kadelburg). Produced at Daly's Theatre (NYC - 1893) starring James Lewis, Isabel Irving, Arthur Bourchier, Ada Rehan, Herbert Gresham, William Gilbert, etc.
99 Texas, Li' l Darlin' : "A New Musical Comedy" by John Whedon and Sam Moore. Music by Robert Emmett Dolan. Lyrics by Johnny Mercer. Produced at various theatres (1949 - 50) starring Kenny Delmar (Most famous as "Senator Claghorn" on Fred Allen's "Allen's Alley"), Danny Scholl, Jared Reed, Mary Hatcher, Loring Smith, Edward Platt (Most famous "The Chief" on television's "Get Smart"), Ned Wertimer, Robert Evans, Jack Purcell, etc. Directed by Paul Crabtree. Choreographed by Paul Crabtree. Songs include: "They Talk a Different Language," "A Month of Sundays," "The Big Movie Show in the Sky," "Love Me, Love My Dog," "Take A Crank Letter," "Ride 'Em Cowboy," "It's Great to Be Alive," etc.
99 Texas Nightingale, The : "New Comedy" by Zoe Akins. Various productions (1922 - 40) starring Jobyna Howland, Cyril Keightley, Perce Benton, Percy Helton, Beth Varden, Zoe Akins, Russell Arms (Co-star of television's "Your Hit Parade"), Louise Allbritton, etc. Originally produced (1922) by Charles Frohman and directed by David Burton.
99 Texas Ranger, A : "A Western Drama" by J. Mauldin Feigl. Produced at the 14th Street Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Sydney Ayres, Alexander Kearney, Hattie Foley, Bessie Davis, Effie Gillette, etc. Directed by J. Mauldin Feigl and Sydney Ayres.
99 Texas Steer, A : or "Money Makes the Mare Go" by Charles Hoyt. Various productions (1891 - 1909) starring Tim Murphy, Charles Stanley, Raymond Finlay, Olney Griffin, Flora Walsh, John L. Kearney, Tony Hart, Dan Marble, Anna Lloyd, etc.
99 Texas Trilogy, A : "Three Full Length Plays in Repertory" by Preston Jones. "The Last Meeting of the Knights of the White Magnolia" starring Fred Gwynne, Henderson Forsythe, Patrick Hines, Thomas Toner, Walter Flanagan, Josh Mostel (Son of Zero Mostel), etc., "Lu Ann Hampton Laverty Oberlander" starring Diane Ladd, Avril Gentles, Graham Beckel, Baxter Harris, etc. and "The Oldest Living Graduate" starring Fred Gwynn, Lee Richardson, Henderson Forsythe, Paul O' Keefe, etc. Produced by Robert Whitehead and Roger L. Stevens at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1976). Directed by Alan Schneider.
99 Texts For Nothing : "A Prose Work" by Samuel Beckett. Produced at the American Conservatory Theatre (San Francisco - 2001) starring Bill Irwin. Directed by Bill Irwin.
99 Thais : "A Drama" by Paul Wilstach (Founded on the romance of Anatole France on which Jules Massenet based his celebrated opera of "Thais"). Produced by Joseph M. Gaites at the Powers Theatre (Chicago - 1911) starring Constance Collier, Tyrone Power (Father of the film star), Harold Meade, Antonio Moreno, Ada Gifford, Hayden Stevenson, etc. Directed by Lawrence Marston.
99 Thank - U : or "Thank You" by Winchell Smith and Tom Cushing. Various productions (1923 - 25) starring Helen Judson, Elisha Cook, Jr., Harry Davenport, Conway Sawyer, Edith King, Allen Peel, George Spelvin, Josephine Fox, Ruth Abbott, Frank Wilcox, Helen Blair, Winifred Anglin etc. Originally produced (1923) by John Golden and directed by Winchell Smith.
99 Thank You, Svoboda : Book by H.S. Kraft (Adapted from "You Can't Do That to Svoboda" by John Pen). Produced by Milton Baron at the Mansfield Theatre (NYC - 1944) starring Sam Jaffe (Most famous as "Gunga Din" on film. Co-star of television's "Ben Casey".), Arnold Korff, Francis Compton, John McGovern, Donald Keyes, Whitford Kane, Michael Strong, etc. Directed by H.S. Kraft and Moe Hack.
99 Thank Your Stars : "An Intimate Revue" with sketches, music and lyrics by Charles Gaynor. Produced at the Pittsburgh Playhouse (1940) starring Ben Sufrin, John Walter, John Brooke, Shirley Brown, Eddie McCann, Harold Turney, Irene Cowan, Edward Blaine, Fred Kelly (Brother of Gene Kelly), Jean Coyne (Wife of Gene Kelly), Dorothy Reisberg, etc. Directed by Frederick Burleigh. Choreographed by Fred Kelly. Songs include: "It's Great to Be At Home," "A Dream Is In My Arms," "Once Is Not Enough," "Once Is Quite Enough," "Young Man in Manhattan," "Hit Parade in Heaven," "No More Swing," etc.
99 Thanks For My Wife : "A New Play" by Joseph Carole and Alan Dinehart. Produced by Bobby Crawford and William Friedlander at the Selwyn Theatre (Chicago - 1940) starring Alan Dinehart, Glenda Farrell, Lyle Talbot, Austin Fairman, Jack Smart, etc. Directed by William Friedlander.
99 Thark : Book by Ben Travers. Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - 1968) starring Donald Pelmear, Marcia Warren, Angela Down, John Warner, Norman Henry, Peggy Ann Wood, Neil Cunningham, etc. Directed by John David.
99 That Championship Season : "A New Play" by Jason Miller (Most famous as "Father Damien" in the film, "The Exorcist". Father of Jason Patric. Son-in-law of Jackie Gleason.). Various productions (1972 - 74) Starring Charles Durning, Stephen Joyce, Paul Sorvino, Michael McGuire, Richard A. Dysart, Walter McGinn, Pat Hingle, M.Emmet Walsh, Richard McKenzie, Forrest Tucker, George Dzundza, etc. Originally produced (1972) by Joseph Papp for the New York Shakespeare Festival and directed by A.J. Antoon.
99 That Ferguson Family : "A Comedy" by Howard Chenery. Produced by the Syracuse Players at the Empire Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1930) starring Frances Brandt, Frank Thomas, Nancy Sheridan, Mabel Fields, Foster Williams, Grace Denning, Skelton Knaggs, etc. Directed by W.Olathe Miller.
99 That Girl O' Mine : "A Musical Fantasy of Love and Luna" with book and lyrics by David Stevens. Music by I.A. Bennet. Produced by the Brattleboro Woman's Club at the Auditorium (Brattleboro, VT - No date) starring F.C. Adams, Eloise Sanders, Jean J. Vanderveer, Ethel Osgood, Morgan Sherman, Clarence Merrill, Lulu Brower, etc. Directed by James Gilbert. Choreographed by Amelia Burnham. Songs include: "Here You Have the True Gentility," "The Chinese Mandarin," "Just Because," "Love and Youth," "I Should Worry," etc.
99 That Lady : "A New Play" by Kate O' Brien. Produced by Katharine Cornell at various theatres (1949 - 50) starring Katharine Cornell, Douglas Watson, Henry Danniell, Torin Thatcher, Esther Minciotti (Co-star of "Marty" on television and film), Joseph Wiseman (Most famous as "Dr.No" on film), Henry Stephenson, Richard Sterling, Marian Seldes, etc. Directed by Guthrie McClintic (Husband of Katharine Cornell).
99 That Other Woman : "The Great American Domestic Drama" by Lem B. Parker. Produced by S. Vance at the American Theatre (St. Louis - 1917) starring Helena Claire Benedict, Harry B. Scott, Fred Ford, Fred Matney, Annie Jordan, etc.
99 That Rib Of Adam : Book by F.G. Manley. Music by Henry W. Closson. Produced by The Show Shop at the Cherry Lane Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Jack Landes, Ruth Norris, Daniel Stowell, John Irwin, Marion Light, Sybil Wylie, etc. Directed by Ruth Putnam Mason.
99 That Summer - That Fall : "A New Play" by Frank D. Gilroy. Produced by Edgar Lansbury (Brother of Angela Lansbury) at the Civic Theatre (NYC - 1967) starring Jon Voight, Richard Castellano ("The Godfather," etc. on film), Tyne Daly (Co-star of television's "Cagney and Lacey," "Judging Amy," etc. Wife of Georg Stanford Brown. Daughter of James Daly.), Irene Papas, etc. Directed by Ulu Grosbard.
99 That Thing At The Cherry Lane : Book by Jeff Steve Harris. Additional material by Lesley Davison, Michael McWhinney, Jerry Powell and Ira Wallach. Produced by Richard Barr and Theater 1965 at the Cherry Lane Theater (NY C- 1965) starring Jo Anne Worley (Television's "Laugh In"), Conard Fowkes, Ben Kukoff, Evelyn Russell, Morgan Paull, Hugh Hurd, etc. Directed by Bill Penn. Songs include: "Lady Bird," "Scotch on the Rocks," "Minnesota," "Jersey," "The New York Coloring Book," "The Long Song," etc.
99 That Was No Lady : Book by T.C. Jones. Produced by Equity Productions at the Ivar Theatre (Hollywood, CA - 1965) starring ("The Incomparable") T.C. Jones (Female impersonator), Thomas Rehill and Armin Hoffman. Songs include: "By Myself" by H. Dietz and A. Schwartz, "Just One of Those Things" by Cole Porter, "Peyton Place" by Ronnie Graham (Television's "Mr. Dirt"), "Porgy" by J. McHugh, etc.
99 That's A Laff : "An American Comedy" by Pamela Edmunds (From an original play by Don Mullally). Produced at the Civic Playhouse (Chicago - 1944) starring Shirley Deane (By kind permission of 20th Century Fox), Jane Elliott, Hitous Gray, Tom Post, Lester Podewell, etc.
99 That's Gratitude : "A Comedy" by Frank Craven (Most famous as "The Stage Manager" in "Our Town" on stage and film). Various productions (1930 - 32) starring Frank Craven, George W. Barbier, Ross Alexander, Maida Reade, Thelma Marsh, Taylor Holmes, J.C. Nugent, Arthur Mack, Warren Ashe, William Webb Robertson, Sumner Gard, Hal Thompson, Edna Preston, etc. Originally produced (1930) by John Golden and directed by Frank Craven.
99 That's The Game, Jack : "World Premiere" by Douglas Taylor. Produced by the Milwaukee Repertory Theater (WI - 1969) starring Hazel Bryant, Michael Fairman, Carl Thoma, etc. Directed by Wayne Grice.
99 That's The Woman : "A New Play" by Bayard Veiller. Produced by Charles Dillingham at the Fulton Theatre (NYC - 1930) starring Gavin Muir, Oswald Yorke, Effie Shannon, Henry Osgood, Lucile Watson, etc.
99 Theatre : "A Comedy" by Guy Bolton (Adapted from the novel by Somerset Maugham). Various productions (1941 - 52) starring Cornelia Otis Skinner (Portrayed by Gail Russell in the film, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay"), Arthur Margetson, Leon Shaw, Francis Compton, George Spelvin, Kay Francis, Howard Bailey, Dennis Allen, Betty Carter, John Salling, Helen Strickland, Ted Swanson, etc. Originally produced (1941) and directed by John Golden.
99 Theatre '49 : "2nd Edition" by Nick Mayo. Music by Philip Springer. Lyrics by Richard Adler. Produced by General Artists Corporation at various theatres (No date) starring Toby Deane, John Silvers, Stuart Nedd, Tommy Vise, Joan Stanley, Jack Cassidy, Ann Summers, Mindy Carson, Donald Curtis, etc. Directed by Nick Mayo. Songs include: "Bagdad Daddy," "Chips Off the Moon," "The Love Nest," "What Have You Done For Me Lately?," "Moon Child," etc.
99 Theatre Of Cruelty : "A Public session of work-in-progress: improvisation, exploration, and a re-examination of accepted theatre forms" produced by the Royal Shakespeare Experimental Group at the LAMDA Theatre (London - 1964) starring Glenda Jackson, Mary Allen, Jonathan Burn, Richard Dare, Leon Lissek, etc. Directed by Peter Brook and Charles Marowitz.
99 Theatre Of Peretz, The : "A New Dramatic Presentation" by Isaac Loeb Peretz (Adapted by Isaiah Sheffer). Produced by The YAL Company at the Gate Theatre (NYC - c. 1963) starring Nancy Franklin and Isaiah Sheffer. Directed by Isaiah Sheffer.
99 Theatre Of The Absurd : Various plays produced by Richard Barr and Clinton Wilder for Theater 1962 at the Cherry Lane Theatre (NYC - 1962). Plays include: "The Zoo Story" by Edward Albee starring Ben Piazza and Arthur Anderson, "The Killer" by Eugene Ionesco starring Brandon Maggart, Roberts Blossom, Jane Hoffman, etc., "Gallows Humor" by Jack Richardson starring Vincent Gardenia, Alice Drummond and Arthur Anderson, "Endgame" by Samuel Beckett starring Sudie Bond, John C. Bechner, etc. Various productions directed by Alan Schneider, Richard Barr, George L. Sherman, etc.
99 Thelma : "An Original Dramatization" by Marie Corelli. Produced by Walter S. Baldwin, at the Prospect Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio - 1904) starring Maurice Freeman, Thomas H. Ince, Robert Lowe, Wilson Day, Lucia Moore, etc. Directed by G.F. Socola.
99 Theodora : "Great Play" by Victorien Sardou. Various productions (c. 1887) starring Lillian Olcott, Walter Standish, Frank Monroe, Philippe Garnier, Jeanne Malvau, Sarah Bernhardt, J.K. Gilmour, Arthur Chesley, etc.
99 There And Back : "A New Farcical Comedy" by George Arliss (Star of "Disraeli" on stage and film). Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at The Princess Theatre (NYC - 1903) starring Charles E. Evans, Charles H. Hopper, Nestor Lennon, Augustus Cook, Maud White, Lucille York, etc. Directed by George Arliss.
99 There Goes The Bride : "Comedy" by George Oppenheimer. Produced by Harold J. Kennedy and Herbert Kenwith in association with Robert K. Adams at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1948) starring Ilka Chase (Wife of Louis Calhern), Robert Alda ("Guys and Dolls," etc.), Harold J. Kennedy, Philip Coolidge, etc. Directed by Philip Coolidge.
99 There Is A Play Tonight : Book by Ferenc Molnar (Adapted by John Bettenbender at the Theatre Marquee (NYC - 1961) starring Joyce Bulifant (Wife of James MacArthur, William Asher, etc.), Laurence Luckinbill ("The Boys in the Band," etc. Husband of Lucie Arnaz.), Bob Dishy, Polly Childs, Ellen Lowe, etc. Directed by John Bettenbender.
99 There Is No Death : "A New and Original Play" by Suzanne Silvercruys Farnam. Produced at The Little Theatre (New Haven - 1933) starring Suzanne Silvercruys Farnam, Dorothy Crawford, Marjorie Hutt, Frances Chase, Sam Chappell, etc. Directed by Jack Crawford. Billed with "Puss In Boots" by Jane Eggleston and a marionette show.
99 There Shall Be No Night : Book by Robert E. Sherwood. Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice and Robert E. Sherwood) and The Theatre Guild at various theatres (1940 - 41) starring Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne, Richard Whorf, Sydney Greenstreet, Brooks West, Montgomery Clift, Elizabeth Fraser (Co-star of television's "Sgt. Bilko," etc. Wife of Ray McDonald), Thomas Gomez, Phyllis Thaxter, Robert Downing, Ralph Nelson, etc. Directed by Alfred Lunt. Settings by Richard Whorf.
99 There Was A Little Girl : "Premiere Performance" by Daniel Taradash (Adapted from the novel by Christopher Davis). Music by Lehman Engel. Produced by Robert Fryer and Lawrence Carr at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1960) starring Jane Fonda, Whitfield Connor, Ruth Matteson, Dean Jones, Joey Heatherton (Daughter of bandleader Ray Heatherton), Peter Helm, Sean Garrison, Gary Lockwood ("Co-star of "2001: A Space Odyssey," etc. on film. Husband of Stefanie Powers.), Mark Slade, Phillip Pruneau, etc. Directed by Joshua Logan.
99 There You Are : "A Musical Play" by Carl Bartfeld. Music by William Heagney. Lyrics by William Heagney and Tom Connell. Produced by Hyman Adler at the George M.Cohan Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Ilse Marvenga, Hyman Adler, Roy Cropper, Louis Salvo, etc. Directed by Horace Sinclair. Choreographed by Vaughn Godfrey. Songs include: "Lover's Holiday," "They All Love Me," "Aces Up," "The Sound of the Drum," "The Love Potion," "Carolita," "Legend of the Mission Bells," etc.
99 There'll Come A Day : "A Farce Comedy" by Ruth and Nathan Hale. Music and lyrics by Dan Williams and Michael Lynch. Produced by Nathan Hale and Allan Dietlein at the Glendale Centre Theatre (Glendale, CA - 1964) starring Olga Glye, Nathan Hale, Drew Vigen, Dan Williams, Betty Huckabee, Ruth Hale, etc. Directed by Ruth Hale. Choreographed by Ropy Helland. Songs include: "Wait a Minute Baby," "Show Business," "Julie," Giant Step," "I'm Nobody's Fool But Mine," etc.
99 There's A Girl In My Soup : "A New Comedy" by Terence Frisby. Various productions (1966 - 69) starring Gig Young, Barbara Ferris, Rita Gam, Jon Pertwee, Gawn Grainger, Don Ameche, Betsy Von Furstenberg, Elliott Reid, Taina Elg, John Granger, Guy Arbury, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Betty Conner, Van Johnson, Pauline Dukes, Gerald Flood, Joanna Rigby, Donald Sinden, Clive Francis, etc. Originally produced in London (1966) by Michael Codron and directed by Robert Chetwyn. Originally produced on Broadway (1967) by Saint-Subber and Michael Codron and directed by Robert Chetwyn.
99 There's Always A Murder : Book by Ken Parker. Produced by Anthony DeSantis and Phil Tyrrell at the Drury Lane Summer Theatre (Chicago - 1954) Starring Kent Taylor, Lois Collier, Paul Crabtree, Alice Dineen, etc. Directed by Paul Crabtree.
99 There's Always Juliet : "A Comedy" by John Van Druten. Various productions (1932 - 39) starring Edna Best, Herbert Marshall, Violet Heming, Daisy Atherton, Frank Roberts, Cyril Raymond, George Jamin, Jacques Gauiter, etc. Originally produced (1932) by Gilbert Miller and directed by Auriol Lee.
99 There's Many A Slip : "A Comedy" by Robert Marshall (From the French of Scribe and Legouve) starring Winifred Emery, Cyril Maude, Marsh Allen, Daisy Thimm and H.B. Irving. No location or date listed.
99 There's One In Every Marriage : Book by Suzanne Grossman and Paxton Whitehead (Adapted from a play by Georges Feydeau). Various productions (c. 1975) starring Max Gulack, Bradford Wallace, William Leach, Pat Hurley, Martha Henry, Peter Donat (Nephew of Robert Donat), Lewis Gordon, Tom Alway, etc.
99 There's Wisdom In Women : "A Comedy" by Joseph O. Kesselring. Produced by D.A. Doran at various theatres (1935) starring Glenn Anders, Ruth Weston, Walter Pidgeon, Frances Maddux, Alfredo Hesse, Betty Lawford (Daughter of Ernest Lawford. Cousin of Petrer Lawford.), etc. Directed by Harry Wagstaff Gribble.
99 Therese : Book by Thomas Job (Based on the novel, "Therese Raquin" by Emile Zola). Produced by Victor Payne-Jennings and Bernard Klawans at various theatres (1945) starring Eva LeGallienne, Victor Jory (Most famous as "Jonas Wilkerson" in the film, "Gone With The Wind"), Dame May Whitty, Averell Harris, etc. Directed by Margaret Webster.
99 Thermidor : "A Drama" by Victorien Sardou. Music by W.W. Furst. Produced by Charles Frohman at Proctor's Theatre (NYC - 1891) starring Frederic Bond, Harry Allen, Ernest Hastings, James Young, Jr., Charles Daniel, Royal Roche, Joseph Strong, etc. Directed by Joseph M. Humphreys.
99 These Charming People : "A Comedy" by Michael Arlen. Produced by Charles Dillingham and A.H. Woods at various theatres (1925 - 26) starring Cyril Maude, Robert Vivian, May Collins, Alma Tell, Reginald Owen, Edna Best, etc. Directed by Winchell Smith.
99 These Days : Book by Katharine Clugston. Produced by Arthur Hopkins at various theatres (1928) starring Mary Hall, Mildred McCoy, Katharine Hepburn, Bruce Evans, Elaine Koch, May Buckley, Ada Potter, Ruth Wilcox, etc. Directed by Arthur Hopkins.
99 They : Book by Arnold Weinstein. Billed with THE CRITIC by Richard Brinsley Sheridan. Produced by the Southwark Company at the Theatre of the Living Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1966) starring Tom Brannum, Flora Elkins and Ed Crowley. Directed by George Sherman. Directed by Arthur Hopkins.
99 They Came By Night : Book by Barre Lyndon. Produced by Alec L. Rea and H.M. Tennent at the Globe Theatre (London - 1937) starring Owen Nares, Wilfred Caithness, Ursula Jeans, Sara Seegar, David Burns, Carl Jaffe, etc. Directed by Claud Gurney.
99 They Knew What They Wanted : "A Comedy" by Sidney Howard. Various productions (1925 - 52) starring Glenn Anders, Charles Kennedy, Richard Bennett, Pauline Lord, June Havoc (Portrayed as "Dainty June" in "Gypsy' on stage and film), Edward Andrews, Truman Smith, Vito Scotti, J. Edward Bromberg, Lee Grant, Milton Selzer, Taylor Holmes, Mary Fickett, April Havoc (April Kent. Daughter of June Havoc.), June Walker, Douglass Montgomery, Paul Muni, Carol Stone, John Craven (Son of Frank Craven), Kim Hunter, Robert Emmett, Art Smith, etc. Originally produced (1925) by The Theatre Guild and directed by Philip Moeller.
99 They Never Grow Up : "A New Comedy" by Humphrey Pearson. Produced by Walter Greenough and The New York Theatre Assembly at the Theatre Masque (NYC- 1930) starring Otto Kruger, Claude Cooper, Mary Fowler, Kathryn March, Anne Sutherland, etc. Directed by Walter Greenough.
99 They Shall Not Die : Book by John Wexley. Produced by The Theatre Guilid at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1934) starring Tom Ewell, Ruth Gordon, Hale Norcross, William Lynn, Ralph Sanford, Helen Westley, Dean Jagger, Cecil Scott, Erskine Sanford, Claude Rains, Thurston Hall, etc. Directed by Philip Moeller.
99 They Walk Alone : "A New Thrilling Melodrama" by Max Catto. Produced by Ben A. Boyar at various theatres (1941) starring Elsa Lanchester (Most famous as "The Bride of Frankenstein" on film. Wife of Charles Laughton.), Carol Goodner, A.P. Kaye, Martin Manulis, Olive Deering, etc. Directed by Berthold Viertel.
99 They're Playing Our Song : Book by Neil Simon. Music by Marvin Hamlisch. Lyrics by Carole Bayer Sager. Various productions (1979 - 96) starring Robert Klein, Lucie Arnaz, Wayne Mattson, Philip Cusack, Andy Roth, Lorna Luft (Daughter of Judy Garland and Sid Luft.), Richard Ryder, Tom Conti, Gemma Craven, Laurence Luckinbill (Husband of Lucie Arnaz), Judy Gibson, Max Stone, Patti Gardner, Bruce Yoskin, Tony Roberts, Anita Gillette, etc. Originally produced (1979) by Emanuel Azenberg, directed by Robert Moore and choreographed by Patricia Birch. Songs include; "Fallin' ," "If He Really Knew Me," "Just For Tonight," "When You're In My Arms', "I Still Believe in Love," "They're Playing Our Song', etc.
99 Thief, The : "A Play For Women To Talk About" by Henri Bernstein (Adapted by C. Hoddon Chambers). Various productions (1907 - 27) starring Kyrle Bellew, Herbert Percy, Leonard Ide, Hollister Pratt (By arrangement with Daniel Frohman), Alice Brady (Oscar winner for "In Old Chicago"), Lionel Atwill, Orlando Daly, Anthony Kemble Cooper, etc. Originally produced (1907) by Charles Frohman and directed by William Seymour.
100 Thierna-Na-Oge : or "The Prince of the Lakes" produced at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London - 1829). Billed with "Masaniello".
100 Thieves' Carnival : "A Comedie-Ballet" by Jean Anouilh. Various translations, adaptations and productions (1953 - 67) starring James Cairncross, Peter Bryant, Norman Rossington (Most famous as "Norm" in the film "A Hard Day's Night"), Julian Slade, Robert Cartland, Tom Ligon, Geoffrey Waddell, Austin Pendleton, Frances Sternhagen, Tom Bosley, Martin Allen, Dave Karr, Philip Kerr, Lee Richardson, T. Cornelius Nash, Rusty Stalling, Bruce Cornwell, Ted Cassidy (Most famous as "Lurch" on television's "The Addams Family"), Max Byrd, Robert Harker, Mark Dara, etc. Originally produced (1953) by the Bristol Old Vic Company (England ) and directed by Denis Carey.
100 Thin Ice : "A Comedy Drama" by Percival Knight. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - No date) starring Felix Krembs, H. Dudley Hawley, C. Henry Gordon, Percival Knight, Olive Wyndham, etc.
100 Things That Are Caesar's : "A Tragedy" by Paul Vincent Carroll. Produced ("First Time in America") at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1932) starring Michael J. Dolan, Maureen Delany, Barry Fitzgerald, Ria Mooney, Denis O' Dea, Kate Curling, etc.
100 Things That Count, The : "An Original Play" by Laurence Eyere (Eyre). Produced by William A. Brady at various theatres (1915) starring Wallace Erskine, Rena Howard, Ella Baker, Nick Long, Florine Arnold, Edna W. Hopper, Alice Brady (Oscar winner for "In Old Chicago"), Hilda Englund, Margaret Seddon, Florence Mack, etc.
100 Third Best Sport : "A New Comedy" by Eleanor and Leo Bayer. Various productions (1958 - 62) starring Celeste Holm, Andrew Duggan, William Prince, Irene Cowan, Jane Hoffman, Parker McCormick, Yvonne De Carlo, Walter Moulder, Joel Thomas, Neal Thompson, Dorothy Rose, Wally Hoss, etc. Originally produced at The Cape Playhouse (Dennis, MA - 1958) and directed by Michael Howard. Originally produced on Broadway (1958) by The Theatre Guild and directed by Michael Howard.
100 Third Degree, The : "The Dramatic Sensation" by Charles Klein. Produced by Henry B. Harris at various theatres (1909 - 12) starring Edmund Breese, John Flood, Ralph Delmore, George Barnum, Walter Craven, Gertrude Taylor, John Craig, Leslie Palmer, Donald Meek, Mary Young, etc.
100 Third Ear, The : Produced by Murray Roman at the Premise Theatre (NYC - c. 1960) starring Mark Gordon, Reni Santoni (Most famous as "Poppy" on television's "Seinfeld"), Louise Lasser (Star of television's "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman". Wife of Woody Allen.), Renee Taylor (Wife and writing partner of Joseph Bologna - "Lovers and Other Strangers," etc.), etc. Directed by Elaine May (Of the comedy team, "Nichols and May").
100 Third Floor West : Book by Mary Anne Pryor. Produced by The Yale University Division of Fine Arts/The Department of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1952) starring Mary W. Bartlett, Judith Barker, Cindy Stevens, Patricia Harris, Richard Shank, Neal Wilder, etc. Directed by Leo Lavendero.
100 Third Little Show, The : Sketches by Edward Eliscu, S.J. Perelman, Noel Coward, Harry Wall, Peter Spencer, Marc Connelly,, etc. Music and lyrics by Max and Nathaniel Leif, Michael H. Cleary, Harold Adamson, Burton Lane, Noel Coward, Earl Crooker, Henry Sullivan, Edward Eliscu, Ned Lehak, Grace Henry, Morris Hamilton, Herman Hupfeld, Dave Oppenheim, Ted Fetter, William M. Lewis, Jr., Carl Randall, Will Irwin, etc. Produced by Dwight Deeere Wiman in association with Tom Weatherly at The Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Beatrice Lilly, Ernest Truex, Walter O'Keefe, Edward Arnold, Constance Carpenter, Sandra Gale, etc. Directed by Alexander Leftwich. Choreographed by Dave Gould and Boots McKenna. Songs include: "I'll Putcha Pitcha in the Paper," "Say The Word," "Mad Dogs and Englishmen," "Falling in Love," "You Forgot Your Gloves," "When Yuba Plays the Tuba," "Sevilla," "Catchelor the Bachelor," "Africa Shrieks," etc.
100 Third Party, The : "A New Farcical Comedy" by Jocelyn Brandon and Frederick Arthur (American version by Mark Swan). Produced by F. Ray Comstock at various theatres (1914 - 15) starring Taylor Holmes, Walter Jones, Alfred Hesse, Ray Dodge, Marjorie Wood, Peggy Moore, etc. Directed by J.C. Huffman.
100 Third Person : Book by Andrew Rosenthal. Produced by David Clive at the President Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Louise Albritton, Murray Matheson, Joseph Warren, Renee Gadd, Bradford Dillman and Karin Wolfe. Directed by Bill Butler.
100 Thirteen Daughters : "A New Musical" with book, music and lyrics by Eaton Magoon, Jr. Additional book material by Leon Tokatyan. Produced by Jack H. Silverman at the 54th Street Theatre (NYC - 1961) starring Don Ameche, Monica Boyar, Sylvia Syms, Stanley Grover, John Battles, Ed Kenney, Isabelle Farrell, George Lipton, etc. Directed by Billy Matthews. Choreographed by Rod Alexander and Nona Beamer. Songs include: "Kuli Kuli," "Let-A-Go Your Heart," "Alphabet Song," "13 Daughters," "You Set My Heart To Music', "My Pleasure," "My Hawaii," "House on the Hill," etc.
100 13 Rue De L'Amour : or "Monsieur Chasse" by George Feydeau (Adapted and translated by Mawby Green and Ed Feilbert). Produced by Theodore Mann and Paul Libin at the Circle In The Square Theatre (NYC - 1978) starring Louis Jordan, Patricia Elliott, Bernard Fox, Hermione Baddeley, Laurie Main, Richard Pilcher, Ian Trigger, etc. Directed by Basil Langton.
100 13th Of March, The : "Selections From The First Reader" (In a Garden" and "Three Sisters Who Are Not Sisters") by Gertrude Stein. Produced by Julie Bovasso and Cletus L. Gundy at the Tempo Playhouse (NYC - No date) starring Herbert King, Stanley Pitts, Nancy Ponder, Anne Edwards and Marcia Pavia. Directed by Strowan Robertson. Billed with "The Maids" by Jean Genet starring Julie Bovasso, Joyce Henry and Fran Malis.
100 13th Chair, The : "A Drama" by Bayard Veiller. Various productions (1917 - 37) starring Margaret Wycherly (Most famous for her "Mother" roles in "Sergeant York" and "White Heat" on film), William David, Martha Mayo, Eileen Van Biene, Noel Leslie, Harrison Hunter, Vernon Kelso, Booth Howard, Sidney A. Blackmer, Helen Williams, Francis Morrow, Lois Hall, Mrs. Patrick Campbell (Beatrice Stella Tanner), George Coulouris, Arthur Sachs, etc. Originally produced (1917) by William Harris, Jr. and directed by Ira Hards.
100 33 Variations : Book by Moises Kaufman. Produced at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre, NYC (2009) starring Jane Fonda, Samantha Mathis, Colin Hanks (Son of Tom Hanks), Zach Grenier, Susan Kellerman, Erik Steele, Scott Barrow, Caitlin O'Connell, Michael Winther, etc. Directed by Moises sKaufman. Music by Ludwig van Beethoven.
100 39 East : "A Three Act Comedy" by Rachel Crothers. Produced by Lee and J.J. Shubert at various theatres (1919 - 20) starring Gertrude Clemens, John Kirkpatrick, Alison Skipworth, Henry Hull (Most famous as "The Werewolf of London" on film), Constance Binney, Jesse Graham, etc. Directed by Rachel Crothers.
100 39 Steps, The : Book by Patrick Barlow (Adapted on an original concept by Simon Corble and Nobby Dimon - Based on the book by John Buchan). Produced by the Roundabout Theatre Company at the American Airlines Theatre (NYC - 2008) starring Arnie Burton, Charles Edwards, Jennifer Ferrin, Cliff Saunders, Claire Brownell, Cameron Folmar, Mark Shanahan, etc. Directed by Maria Aitken. Choreographed by Toby Sedgwick.
100 This Fine Pretty World : Book by Peter MacKaye. Produced by The Art Institute of Chicago at the Kenneth Sawyer Goodman Memorial Theatre (Chicago - No date) starring Ralph Browne, John C. Becher, Clarissa Pope, Stan Cable, etc. Directed by David B. Itkin.
100 This Happy Breed : Book by Noel Coward (Portrayed by Daniel Massey in the 1968 biopic, "Star"). Produced by the Bristol Old Vic Trust Limited at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - 1984) starring Audrey Noble, Ann Penfold, Colin Farrell, Richard Kay, etc. Directed by Philip Grout.
100 This Is New York : "A Comedy" by Robert E. Sherwood. Produced by Arthur Hopkins at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Lois Moran, Bruno Wick, Allen Atwell, Audray Dale, Ruth Hammond, Raymond Bramley, etc. Directed by Arthur Hopkins.
100 This Is The Army : "A New Soldier Show For the Benefit of Army Emergency Relief" with music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Produced by "Uncle Sam" at various theatres (1942 - ) starring Gary Merrill, Ross Elliott, Henry Jones, James Burrell, William Collier, Dick Bernie, Pinkie Mitchell, Philip Truex (Son of Ernest Truex), Ezra Stone (Most famous as "Henry Aldrich" on radio), Burl Ives, Robert Moore, Anthony Ross, Richard Reeves, Julie Oshins, Hayden Rorke, Robert Shanley, Irving Berlin, Fredric Kelly (Brother of Gene Kelly), etc. Directed by Ezra Stone. Choreographed by Robert Sidney and Nelson Barclift. Songs include: "This Is The Army," "I'm Getting Tired So I Can Sleep," "I Left My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen," "The Army's Made a Man Out of Me," "Mandy," "What the Well-Dressed Man in Harlem Will Wear," "American Eagles," "Head in the Clouds," "Oh, How I Hate To Get In The Army," "This Time," etc.
100 This Little Hand : "A New Melodrama" by Wilfrid H. Pettitt. Produced by A.H. Woods at the National Theatre (Washington, DC - No date) starring Maxine Stuart, Ruth K. Hill, Barbara Bel Geddes, Marilyn Erskine, Irene Dailey (Sister of Dan Dailey), Kayo Copeland, etc. Directed by Reginald Denham.
100 This One Man : "A New Play" by Sidney R. Buchman. Produced by Arthur Lubin and Richard W. Krakeur at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1930) starring Paul Muni, Paul Guilfoyle, Constance McKay, George Spear, Victor Kilian (Most famous as "The Fernwood Flasher" on television's "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman"), Dean Raymond, etc. Directed by Leo Bulgakov.
100 This Rock : "A New Comedy" by Walter Livingston Faust. Produced by Eddie Dowling at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1943) starring Billie Burke (Most famous as "Glinda the Good Witch" in the film "The Wizard of Oz". Wife of Florenz Ziegfeld. Portrayed by Myrna Loy in the 1936 biopic, "The Great Ziegfeld"), Nicholas Joy, Zachary Scott, Jane Sterling (Jan Sterling), Walter Kelly, Joyce Van Patten (Co-star of television's "The Danny Kaye Show," etc. Sister of Dick Van Patten.), Gene Lyons, etc. Directed by Eddie Dowling.
100 This Side Of Jordan : Book by Theodore St. John. Produced by the Federated Civic Theatre Association at The Greenwich Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Harold Kennedy, Ernest Pollock, Helen Brooks, Victor Kilian (Most famous as "The Fernwood Flasher" on television's "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman"), Theodore St. John, etc. Directed by Allen de Lano.
100 This Side Of Paradise : Book by F.Scott Fitzgerald (Adapted by Sydney Sloane). Produced by Jesse Osuna and Alice Scudder at the Sheridan Square Playhouse (NYC - No date) starring Paul Roebling, Jane Lowry, Donald Hotton, Sydney Sloane, Carol Risser, etc. Directed by Herbert Berghof.
100 This Thing Called Love : "A Comedy" by Edwin Burke. Produced by Patterson McNutt at various theatres (1928 - 29) starring Violet Heming, Minor Watson, Juliette Day, Anne Lynch, Enid Romay, Malcolm Duncan, etc. Directed by Howard Lindsay.
100 This Time Tomorrow : Book by Jan de Hartog. Produced by Theresa Helburn, Lawrence Langner and The Theatre Guild at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1947) starring John Archer (Husband of Marjorie Lord. Father of Anne Archer.), Tyler Carpenter, Ruth Ford and Sam Jaffe ("Gunga Din," etc. on film. Co-star of television's "Ben Casey".). Directed by Paul Crabtree.
100 This Too Shall Pass : "A New Play" by Don Appell. Produced by Richard Krakeur and David Shay at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1946) starring Ralph Morgan (Brother of Frank Morgan), Sam Wanamaker, Kathryn Givney, Jan Sterling and Walter Starkey. Directed by Don Appell.
100 This Was A Man : "A New Comedy" by Noel Coward (Portrayed by Daniel Massey in the 1968 biopic, "Star"). Produced by Basil Dean at the Klaw Theatre (NYC - 1926) starring Francine Larrimore, A.E. Matthews, Leonard Loan, Auriol Lee, Nigel Bruce (Most famous as "Dr. Watson" in the "Sherlock Holmes" film series), Horace Pollock, etc. Directed by Basil Dean.
100 This Was A Woman : "A New Play" by Joan Morgan. Produced by T.C. Upham in association with Allan Robbins at The Cape Theatre (Cape May, NJ - 1945) starring Elissa Landi, Gordon Nelson, Esther Mitchell, etc. Directed by Robert K. Goodhue.
100 This Way To The Tomb! : Book by Ronald Duncan. Music by Benjamin Britten. Produced by The Mercury Theatre at the Studio De Champs-Elysees (Paris - 1946) starring Robert Speaight, Alan Aldridge, Vivian Daniels, John Frost, etc. Directed by E. Martin-Browne.
100 This Winter's Hobby : "A New Play' by Jack Finney. Produced by Hillard Elkins at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1966) starring E.G. Marshall, Nan Martin, Martha Bundy, Norman Bly, William Hickey, etc. Directed by Donald McWhinnie.
100 This Woman Business : Book by Benn W. Levy. Various productions (1926 - 28) starring George Thorpe, Henry Kendall, Edward Rigby, Genevieve Tobin, John Heath Goldsworthy, W. Hobson, C. B. Ives, etc. Originally produced (1926) by Louis Sunshine and directed by Edward Rigby.
100 This Wooden "O" : Book by Edith Meiser. Produced by Robert Porterfield at the Barter Theatre (Abingdon, VA - No date) starring Jerry Hardin, Ned Beatty, Graham Jarvis, Colgate Salsbury, Jerry Ragni ("Hair," etc.), Rusti Moon, etc. Directed by Rocco Bufano. Billed with "Brer Rabbit" by Pat Hale.
100 This Year Of Grace : "Revue" with book, music and lyrics by Noel Coward (Portrayed by Daniel Massey in the 1968 biopic, "Star"). Produced by Arch Selwyn and Charles B. Cochran at various theatres (1928 - 29) starring Beatrice Lillie, Noel Coward, Sybil Davidson, Wyn Clare, Tom Devine, Florence Desmond, Fred Groves, Nora Olive, Lance Lister, Melville Cooper, Snowball, etc. Directed by Frank Collins and Charles B. Cochran. Choreographed by Max Rivers and Tilly Losch. Songs include: "Waiting in a Queue," "Mary Make Believe," "Try To Learn to Love," "Lilac Time," "Ignorance is Bliss," "A Room With a View," etc.
100 Thoroughbred : "A New Play" by Doty Hobart. Various productions (1932 - 33) starring Florence Reed, Thurston Hall, Hilda Spong, Hugh Buckler, Osgood Perkins (Father of Anthony Perkins), Elizabeth Risdon, June Walker, Jane Wyatt, Cecil Holm, etc. Originally produced (1932) by Lawrence Langner and directed by Theresa Helburn.
100 Thoroughly Modern Millie : Book by Richard Morris and Dick Scanlan. New Music by Jeanine Tesori. New Lyrics by Dick Scanlan. Music for the original film by James Van Heusen, Sammy Cahn and Jay Thompson. Original story and screenplay by Richard Morris for Universal Pictures Film. Various productions (2003 - 07) starring Leslie Uggams, Harriet Harris, Marc Kudisch, Christian Borle, Darren Lee, Julie Connors, David Eggers, Tripp Hanson, Sutton Foster, Dani Moreno-Fuentes, Derek Galarza, Diego Fuentes, Gregg Bleam, David Leppert, Jessica Mongerio, Allison H. Metcalf, Melody Murphy, Keith Brumm, Christopher Diaz, Jeff Cole, Patrick J. Stanley, etc. Originally produced for Broadway by Michael Leavitt, Fox Theatricals, Hall Luftig, Stewart F. Lane, James L. Nederlander, Independant Presenters Network, L.Mages/M. Glick Berinstein/Manocherian/Dramatic Forces, John York Noble and Whoopi Goldberg. Songs include: "Thoroughly Modern Millie," "Not For the Life of Me," "The Speed Test," "Only in New York," "Jimmy," "I'm Falling in Love With Someone," "What Do I Need With Love," "Forget About the Boy," "Muquin," etc.
100 Thor's Day : "A Dark, Erotic Drama of Denied Desires" by Edward Crosby Wells. Produced by The Glines at the Trilogy Theatre (NYC - 1997) starring Adam Mervis and John Rengsdorff. Directed by Steve Thornburg.
100 Those Endearing Young Charms : "A New Play" by Edward Chodorov. Produced by Max Gordon at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1943) starring Blanche Sweet, Virginia Gilmore, Dean Harens and Zachary Scott. Directed by Edward Chodorov.
100 Those Naughty Nineties : Book by E. Savage Graham and Ronald Simpson. Produced by Howard Wyndham and Bronson Albery at the Criterion Theatre (London - 1931) starring Pamela Willins, Joan Maude, Nigel Playfair, Maurice Evans, Mona Harrison, Marie Brett Davies, etc. Directed by Nigel Playfair.
100 Those Suburbans : "A Family Comedy For Young People" by Cecil Clifton. Produced at the Royal Court Theatre (London - 1913) starring Sebastian Smith, Irene Moncrieff, Dulcie Greatwich, J. Napper, Mignon Clifford, Agnes Hill, etc. Directed by W.G. Fay.
100 Those Who Walk In Darkness : "A Drama" by Owen Davis (From the novel by Perley Poore Sheehan). Produced by Lee and J.J. Shubert at the Shubert-Garrick Theatre (St. Louis - No date) starring Jerry Rice, Winthrop Chamberlain, Arthur Shaw, Mary Shaw, Maude Leone, William Harrigan, Irene Fenwick, etc.
100 Thousand Clowns, A : "The Smash Hit Romantic Comedy" by Herb Gardner. Various productions (1963 - ) starring Jason Robards, Jr., Sandy Dennis, Barry Gordon (Most famous for his 1955 hit recording of "Nuttin' For Christmas"), A. Larry Haines, Thomas Carlin, Dane Clark, Margaret O' Brien, Marc London, Gene Saks (Husband of Beatrice Arthur), Angelo Rutherford, John Peak, Betty Ferguson, Phil Mathews, Carnell Kirkeeng, James McLaughlin, William Arrigon, Kenny McManus, Robert Caine, William Daniels, Judd Hirsch, Marin Hinkle, David Margulies, Dan Cooley, Serena Pratt, Sterling Yates, Lew Palter, James Whitmore, etc. Originally produced (1963) by Fred Coe and Arthur Cantor at the Eugene O' Neill Theatre and directed by Fred Coe.
100 Thousand Summers, A : "A New Play" by Merrill Rogers. Produced by Arch Selwyn by arrangement with Shepard Traube at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1932) starring Jane Cowl, Franchot Tone, Osgood Perkins (Father of Anthony Perkins), Florence Ednay, Josephine Hull (Most famous for her roles in "Arsenic and Old Lace" and "Harvey" on stage and film), Thomas Findlay, etc. Directed by Shepard Traube.
100 Thousand Years Ago, A : "A Romance of the Orient" by Percy MacKaye. Music by William Furst. Produced at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1914) starring Rita Jolivet, Frederick Warde, Jerome Patrick, Edmund Roth, Sheldon Lewis, etc. Directed by J.C. Huffman.
100 Thracian Horses, The : "A New Comedy" by Maurice J. Valency. Produced by The Company of Four in association with the Arts Council of Great Britain at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - 1946) starring Eileen Herlie, John Justin, Donald Bain, Martin Lane, Rupert Davies, etc. Directed by Murray MacDonald and Sebastian Shaw.
100 Three : "A Modern Comedy of Roman Life" by Gilbert Cannan (Translated from the Italian of Roberto Bracco by D. St. Cyr) starring Gertrude Kingston, Ben Webster, Scott Craven, Joan Temple, etc. Billed with "The Arbour of Refuge" by Gilbert Cannan. Both plays directed by Gertrude Kingston. Produced in 1913 (No location listed).
100 Three After Three : Book by Guy Bolton. Music by Hoagy Carmichael. Lyrics by Johnny Mercer. Musical adaptation by Guy Bolton, Parke Levy and Alan Lipscott. Produced by Ruth Selwyn in association with The Messrs. Shubert at various theatres (1939 - 40) starring Simone Simon, Mitzi Green, Jack Whiting, Mary Brian, Frances Williams, Art Jarrett, Dudley and Bostock, Stepin Fetchit, Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane, etc. Directed by Edward Clark Lilley and Fred De Cordova (Producer of television's "The Jack Benny Program," "My Three Sons," "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson," etc.). Choreographed by Boots McKenna. Costumes by Lucinda Ballard. Songs include: "Darn Clever, These Chinee," "Newsy Bluesies," "Everything Happens to Me," "Way Back in 1939, A.D.," "Wait Till You See Me in the Morning," "Boom - I'm Off the Wagon," "The Rhumba Jumps," etc.
100 Three And One : "A Comedy" by Lewis Galantiere and John Houseman (Adapted from the French of Denys Amiel). Produced at Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1934) starring Jacqueline Logan, King Calder, Sherling Oliver, Ruth Gates, Don Darcy, etc. Directed by Theodore Viehman.
100 Three Bears, The : Various adaptations and productions (1935 - 55) starring Elizabeth Kelsey, Peggy Fahy, Russell Davis, Constance Dow, Geraldine Suomi, Gail Stuart, Christopher Adams, etc. Billed with "The Story of Cogia Hassan" by Theodora DuBois.
100 Three Cheers : Book by Anne Caldwell and R.H. Burnside. Music by Raymond Hubbell and B.G. DeSylva, 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"). Lyrics by Anne Caldwell. Produced by Charles Dillingham at various theatres (1928 - 29) starring Dorothy Stone (Daughter of Fred Stone), Will Rogers ("Pinch Hitting for Fred Stone"), Andrew Tombes, Oscar Ragland, Patsy Kelly, Florence Rice, etc. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Choreographed by Dave Bennett and Mary Reed. Songs include: "The Americans Are Here," "Lady Luck," "The Tiller Sunshine Girls," "It's An Old Spanish Custom," "Pompanola," "Putting on the Ritz," "Let's All Sing the Lard Song," etc.
100 Three-Cornered Moon : Book by Gertrude Tonkonogy. Produced by Richard Aldrich (Portrayed by Richard Crenna in the 1968 biopic, "Star") and Alfred De Liagre, Jr. at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1033) starring Ruth Gordon, Cecilia Loftus, John Eldredge, Elisha Cook, Jr., Richard Whorf, Brian Donlevy, etc. Directed by Alfred De Liagre, Jr.
100 Three Faces East : "A Play of the Secret Service" by Anthony Paul Kelly. Produced by George M. Cohan and Sam Harris (Portrayed by James Cagney and Richard Whorf in the 1942 biopic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy") at various theatres (1918 - 20) starring Violet Heming, Courtney White, Otto Neimeyer, Marion Grey, Herbert Evans, Frank Sheridan, Grace Ade, etc. Directed by Sam Forrest.
100 Three Fast Men : or "The Three Female Robinson Crusoes!" produced at the Providence Theatre (RI - No date) starring Mary Boniface, H.F. Stone, Nellie Sprague, etc. Billed with "Myers' Female Minstrels" and "Senor Di Trani's Celebrated String Band".
100 Three For Diana : "A New Comedy" by Chester Bailey Fernald (From the Italian Comedy "Il Terzo Marito" by Sabatino Lopez"). Produced by John D. Williams at the Bijou Theatre (NYC - 1919) starring Martha Hedman, Blanche Chapman, Anne Faystone, John Halliday, Gardner James, etc.
100 Three For Tonight : "A Diversion in Song and Dance" by Robert Wells. Music by Walter Schumann. Lyrics by Robert Wells. Produced by Paul Gregory at The Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1955) starring Marge and Gower Champion, Harry Belefonte, Hiram Sherman and Betty Benson. Directed and choreographed by Gower Champion. Songs include: "All You Need is a Song," "When the Saints Go Marching In," "It Couldn't Be a Better Day," "In That Great Gettin Up Mornin' ," "Matilda," Scarlet Ribbons," etc.
100 Three From Brooklyn : Book by Sal Richards. Music and lyrics by Sandi Merle and Steve Michaels. Produced by Michael Frazier, Larry Spellman and Don Ravella at the Helen Hayes Theatre (NYC - 1992) starring Sal Richards, Roslyn Kind (Sister of Barbra Streisand), Alto and Mantia, Adrianne Tolsch, The BQE Dancers, Raymond Serra, etc. Directed by Sal Richards.
100 Three Guardsman, The : "A Romantic Drama" by Alexander Dumas (Adapted by Charles Rice). Various productions (1893 -95) starring Alexander Salvini, John A. Lane, Owen Eaton, Ben Johnson, Lucius Henderson, Antonio Massini, Maud Dixon, Minnie Sherman, Edwin Nicander, Percy Johnson, Herbert O' Connor, Jessie Lansing, Paul Cazeneuve, Walter Craven, William Redmund, Maida Craigen, etc.
100 Three Guys Naked From The Waist Down : "A New Musical" with book and lyrics by Jerry Colker. Music by Michael Rupert. Produced by James B. Freydberg, Stephen Wells, Max Weitzenhoffer in association with Richard Maltby, Jr. at the Minetta Lane Theatre (NYC - 1983) starring Scott Bakula, Jerry Colker and John Kassir. Directed by Andrew Cadiff. Choreographed by Don Bondi. Songs include: "Promise of Greatness," "Don't Wanna Be No Superstar," "The History of Stand-Up Comedy," "Dreams of Heaven," "The American Dream," "Screaming Clocks," etc.
100 365 Days : Book by Ronald J. Glasser. Various productions (c. 1971).
100 Three's A Crowd : "A Revue" by Howard Dietz, Donald Blackwell, Fred Allen, Groucho Marx, Arthur Sheekman, Hazel Flynn, Lawrence Schwab, etc. Music and lyrics by Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz, Philip Charig, Burton Lane, Vernon Duke, Edward Heyman, Robert Sour, Frenak Eyton, John W. Green, Charles W. Schwab, Henry Myers, etc. Produced by Max Gordon at various theatres (1931 - ) starring Clifton Webb, Fred Allen, Libby Holman, Fred MacMurray, Albertina Rasch, Tamara Geva, Portland Hoffa (Wife of Fred Allen), Helen Ault, etc. Directed by Hassard Short. Choreographed by Albertina Rasch. Songs include: "Something to Remember You By," "Body and Soul," "The Moment I Saw You," "Forget All Your Books," etc.
100 Three Is A Family : "A Farce Comedy" by Phoebe and Henry Ephron. Produced by John Golden at various theatres (1943 - 44) starring Otto Hulett, Margaret Irving, Dulcie Cooper, Richard Camp, George Spelvin, Charles Burrows, Robert Burton, Ethel Owen, Ruth Weston, John Kane, etc. Directed by Henry Ephron.
100 Three Little Girls : Book by Herman Feiner and Bruno Hardt-Warden (Adapted by Marie Armstrong Hecht and Gertrude Purcell). Music by Walter Kollo. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Produced by the Messrs.Shubert at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1930) starring Raymond Walburn, John Goldsworthy, Harry Puck, Charles Brown, Edward Lester, Natalie Hall, Bettina Hall, etc. Directed by J.J. Shubert. Songs include: "Love's Happy Dream," "Whistle While You Work, Boys," "I'll Tell You," "Lesson in Letter Writing," "Love Comes Once in a Lifetime," etc.
100 Three Little Lambs : "The Musical Comedy" by R.A. Barnet. Music by E.W. Corliss. Produced at the Fifth Avenue Theatre (NYC - 1899) starring William E. Philp, Raymond Hitchcock, Edmund Lawrence, Percy Smith, Adele Ritchie, Ida Hawley, etc.
100 Three Little Maids : "A New Musical Play" with book, lyrics and music by Paul Rubens. Additional numbers by Howard Talbot and Percy Greenbank. Produced by George Edwardes and Charles Frohman at various theatres in London and on Broadway (1902 - 03) starring Edna May, Hilda Moody, Betty Belknap, Sybil Grey, Maggie May, Delia Mason, Vera Vallis, Maurice Farkoa, etc.
100 Three Live Ghosts (By F.S. Isham) : Book by Frederic S. Isham (From the novel by The Bobbs Merril Co.). Produced by Max Marcin at the Nora Bayes Theatre (NYC - 1920) starring Beryl Mercer, Beatrice Miller, Emmett Shackleford, Arthur Metcalf, Cyril Chadwick, Flora Sheffield, etc. Directed by Max Marcin. See "Three Live Ghosts" by Max Marcin.
100 Three Live Ghosts (By M. Marcin) : Book by Max Marcin and Guy Bolton. Produced by the Empire Players at the Empire Theatre (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Mabel Colcord, Alice Hanley, Morton Stevens, Harold Salter, etc. Directed by Ralph Murphy. See "Three Live Ghosts" by Frederic S. Isham.
100 Three Men On A Horse : "A New Comedy" by John Cecil Holm and George Abbott. Various productions (1935 - 2000) starring Hume Cronyn, Elaine Temple, Frederick Haufman, Bradford Hatton, Frank Otto, Byron Shores, Fleming Ward, Horace MacMahon, Shirely Booth, Ross Hertz, Ezra Stone (Most famous as "Henry Aldrich" on radio), Roy Poole, George Grizzard, Pernell Roberts (Television's "Bonanza," "Trapper John MD," etc.), Angela Paton, Robert Prosky, Alan Oppenheimer, Philip Bosco, Margaret Stewart, Buff Elias, Elaine Swann, Evelyn Keller, Bill Hess, Sam Levene ("Guys and Dolls," etc.), Jack Gilford, Dorothy Loudon ("Annie," Ballroom," etc.), Hal Linden, Rosemary Prinz, Butterfly McQueen, Leon Janney, Paul Ford, Garson Kanin (Husband of Ruth Gordon and Marian Seldes), June Stroup, David Sipes, Marjorie Lytell, Hugh Rennie, Martin Gabel (Semi-regular panelist on television's "What's My Line?". Husband of Arlene Francis.), Harry Davenport, Dortha Duckworth, Mary Loane, Walter F. Scott, Geoffrey Hutchings, Toyah Willcox, etc. Originally produced (1935) by Alex Yokel and directed by George Abbott.
100 Three Moscowteers, The : or "The Flying Karamazov Brothers in The Three Moscowteers" by Dmitri Karamazov. Music by Douglas Wieselman. Produced by the Goodman Theatre of the Art Institute of Chicago (1984) starring Steven Bernstein, Bud Chase, Robert Dorfman, Laurel Cronin, etc. Directed by Robert Woodruff. Choreographed by Missy Whitchurch. Songs include: "There Are No Artists (Just Folks That Work)," "Central Committee Rag," "May Day Melody,"
100 Three Musketeers, The : Book by Alexandre Dumas. Various adaptations and productions (1899 - 1989) starring Dennis King, Detmar Poppen, Douglas R. Dumbrille, Reginald Owen, Clarence Derwent, Harriet Hoctor, Jack Livesey, Webster Booth, Guy Raymond, Andrew Gainey, Charles Norman Reilly, William Johnson, Colee Worth, Wesley Stevens, James Hunt, Bill Wallis, Trevor Cooper, Jason Connery (Son of Sean Connery and Diane Cilento), E.H. Sothern, Norman Parr, Owen Fawcett, Henry Miller, James O' Neill (Father of Eugene O' Neill), Jefferson Lloyd, Harry Glazier, Matthew McGinnis, Gayer MacKay, Frederick Lloyd, Dorothy Dix, etc. Steve Huke, R. Scott Taylor, etc.
100 Three Of Us, The : "The Madison Square Success" by Rachel Crothers. Various productions (1906 - 07) starring Carlotta Nillson, Henry Kolker, Jane Peyton, Eva Vincent, Frederick Truesdell, John Westley, Jessie May Hall, Augusta West, etc.
100 Three Of A Kind : "Original Farcical Comedy" by E.E. Kidder. Produced by Salsbury's Troubadours at the Acauley Theatre (Louisville, Kentucky - 1885) starring Nate Salsbury, John Webster, Nellie McHenry, Fred Bowman, etc.
100 Three On A Runway : Book by Donna de Matteo. Produced by Angelo Del Rossi at The Cape Playhouse (Dennis, MA - 1976) starring Jerry Stiller (of the comedy team, "Stiller and Meara". Husband of Anne Meara. Father of Ben Stiller.), Vivian Blaine ("Guys and Dolls," etc.), Marcia Jean Kurtz and Marlene Paulette. Directed by Jeremiah Morris.
100 Three Romeos, The : "An American Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by R.H. Burnside. Music by Raymond Hubbell. Produced by Fellner and Dreyfus at the Globe Theatre (NYC - 1911) starring Peggy Wood (Star of television's "I Remember Mama," etc. Co-star of "The Sound of Music" on film.), Shirley Kellogg, William Danforth, William Harrigan, Fred Lennox, etc. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Songs include: "Education," "Humpty and Dumpty," "Off to the Matinee," "Along Broadway," etc.
100 Three Sheets To The Wind, The : "A Musical Comedy" by Gordon Wholey. Music and Lyrics by William Backer. Produced by The F Society in New York City (1950) starring Peggy Engel, John Bissell, Gordon Wholey, Herbert Kaplan, Moses Smith, etc. Directed by Louis Ormont. Choreographed by Mike Zeidner, Beecher Hogan, Ellie Fronmaier, etc. Songs include; "It's Hell When the Woman Wears the Pants," "Isn't It Great to Be a Rat," "Only a Song," "Everybody's In Town," "When Willie Did the Frisco," "There's No Human So Human as Truman," etc.
100 Three Showers : Book by William Cary Duncan. Music and lyrics by Creamer and Layton. Produced by Mr. and Mrs. Coburn (Charles Coburn and Ivah Wills Coburn) at the Empire Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1920) starring Walter Wilson, Vera Ross, Edna Morn, Lark Taylor, Ralph Derst, Carl Rose, etc. Songs include: "Open Your Heart," "It Must Be Love," "Baby Lamb," "Pussyfoot," "Always the Fault of Men," "He Raised Everybody's Rent But Katie's," etc.
100 Three Sisters, The : Book by Anton Chekhov. Various translations, adaptations and productions (1923 - 2009) starring Katharine Cornell, Judith Anderson, Jane Sterling (Jan Sterling), Alexander Knox (Most famous for his portrayal of "Woodrow Wilson" in the 1944 biopic, "Wilson"), Edmund Gwenn, Dennis King, Joseph Wiseman (Most famous as "Dr. No" on film), Tom Powers, Ruth Gordon, Loya McReynolds, Glenn Pruett, Max Hurst, Hilary Hardiman, Mel Martin, Anna Lindig, Stacy Keach, Lee Wallace, David Spielberg, Mike Tucker, Bruce Weitz, Philip Loeb (Most famous as the co-star of "the Goldbergs" on radio and television), Leonardo Cimino, Morris Carnovsky, Robert Spencer, Julia Duffy, Kathy E. Devecka, Sally E. Chaney, Andrei Sergeievitch Prozoroff, Natalia Ivanovna, Robyn Baker, Cinda Siler, Richard Waring, Stephen Kish, Richard Jordan, Stacy Keach, Ron Leibman, Michael Lombard, Barry Morse, Romulus Linney (Father of Laura Linney), Kim Stanley, Geraldine Page, Shirley Knight, Luther Adler, Robert Loggia, James Olson, Kevin McCarthy, Gerald Hiken, Barbara Baxley, Nikolai Alexeyev, Mikhail Bolduman, Sada Thompson, Tom Bosley, Peter Breck (Co-star of television's "The Big Valley," etc.), Dick O' Neill, Helen Wynn, Anne Revere, Shepperd Strudwick, Michael Learned ("Co-star of television's "The Waltons"), Kitty Winn, Jay Doyle, Ruth Kobart, Paul Shenar, Judy Mueller, Erika Slezak (Daughter of Walter Slezak), Marc Alaimo, Joan Allen, Kevin Anderson, Paul Moriarty, Jill Brassington, Janet Suzman, Nigel Davenport, Peter Baylis, Marie Geist, Nancy Zala, William Smith, Nancy Haskell, Derek Jacobi, Jeanne Watts, Ellen Burstyn, Stephen Collins, Tovah Feldshuh, Rosemary Harris, Rex Robbins, Anthony Hopkins, Joan Plowright, Hywel Bennett, Susan Penhaligon, Sara Kestelman, Francesca Annis, David Allister, Ron Cook, Bill French, Irene Poole, Lucy Peacock, Dalai Badr, Kelli Fox, Peter Hutt, Joyce Campion, Robert King, Brigit Wilson, Sean Arbuckle, Noah Reid, Sean Baek, Trent Pardy, Kevin Kline, Patti Lupone, Norman Snow, David Schramm, David Ogden Stiers, Gerald Shaw, etc.
100 Three Stories High : "A New Play" by Winifred Wolfe. Produced by Robert E. Perry at the Grist Mill Playhouse (Andover, NJ - 1953) starring Sally Forrest, Hugh Reilly (Co - star of television's "Lassie" with June Lockhart and Jon Provost), Daniel Nagrin, Buff Shur, Frank McHugh, etc. Directed by Robert Keith.
100 Three Tall Women : "Pulitzer Prize for Drama" by Edward Albee. Various productions (1994 - 96) starring Maggie Smith, Frances De La Tour, Anastasia Hille, Laurie Kennedy, Lois Markle, Christina Rouner, Jordan Baker, Myra Carter, Joan Van Ark, Michael Rhodes, etc. Originally produced (1994) in London by Robert Fox, Elizabeth I. McCann, Jeffrey Ash, and Daryl Roth and directed by Anthony Page.
100 Three Times The Hour : "A New Melodrama" by Valentine Davies. Produced by Brock Pemberton at the Avon Theatre (NYC - 1931) starring Harold Heaton, Linda Carlon, Allan Ramsey, Byron Russell, Sam Levene ("Guys and Dolls," etc.), Francesca Braggiotti, etc. Directed by Antoinette Perry and Brock Pemberton.
100 Three To Make Ready : Sketches and lyrics by Nancy Hamilton. Music by Morgan Lewis. Produced by Stanley Gilkey and Barbara Payne at various theatres (NYC - 1946) starring Ray Bolger, Bibi Osterwald, Iris Linde, Gordon MacRae, Harold Lang, Garry Davis, Carleton Carpenter, Jack Purcell, Brenda Forbes, etc. Directed by John Murray Anderson and Margaret Webster. Choreographed by Robert Sidney. Songs include: "It's a Nice Night for It," "Tell Me the Story," "The Old Soft Shoe," "Hot December," etc. See, also, "Three to One".
100 Three To One : Sketches and lyrics by Nancy Hamilton. Music by Morgan Lewis. Produced by Frederick Burleigh at The Playhouse (NYC - 1953) starring Shirley Jones, Libby Lounsbury, William Putch (Husband of Jean Stapleton), Mabel Pryor, Ricki Wertz, Al Friedman, Mel Davidson, etc. Directed by Frederick Burleigh. Choreographed by Frank Wagner. Songs include: "At the Drop of a Hat," "The Christmas Tree Bauble," "A House With a Little Red Barn," "Barnaby Beach," "The Old Soft Shoe," "Calypso Joe," etc. See, also, "Three To Make Ready".
100 Three Twins : Book by Charles Dickson (Adapted from Mrs. R. Racheo's Farce, "Incog"). Music by Karl Hoschna. Lyrics by O.A. Hauerbach (Otto Harbach). Produced by Joseph M. Gaites at various theatres (1908 - 10) starring Jack Henderson, Clifton Crawford, Doris Goodwin, Hugh Fay, Eva Fallon, Joseph Allen, Bessie McCoy, etc. Directed by Gus Sohlke. Songs include: "The Fifth Avenue Brigade," "Boo-Hee-Tee-Hee," "Good Night, Sweetheart," "Cuddle Up a Little Closer, Lovey Mine," "The Hypnotic Kiss," "Yama Yama Man," etc.
100 Three Waltzes : "A Musical Play" by Clare Kummer and Rowland Leigh. Music by Johann Strauss, Johann Strauss, Jr. and Oscar Straus. Produced by the Messrs. Shubert at the Majestic Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Kitty Carlisle (Wife of Moss Hart), Michael Bartlett, Gladys Baxter, Glenn Anders, Ann Andrews, Ruth Hammond, George Baxter, etc. Directed by Hassard Short. Choreographed by Chester Hale.
100 Three Wise Fools : "The Best Laugh in Town" by Austin Strong. Various productions (1919 - 36) starring William Gillette, James Kirkwood, Charles Coburn, Brandon Tynan, Elizabeth Love, Sydney Booth, Tom Wise, Burke Clarke, Millard Vincent, Frank Wilcox, Winifred Anglin, Josephine Fox, Eric Clavering, Ruth Abbott, Claude Gillingwater, Harry Davenport, William Ingersol, Helen Menken, George Spelvin, etc. Originally produced (1919) by Winchell Smith and John L. Golden.
100 Three Wishes For Jamie : "A New Musical Play" by Charles O' Neal and Abe Burrows ("Guys and Dolls," etc. Father of James Burrows.). Music and lyrics by Ralph Blane. Produced by Albert Lewis and Arthur Lewis at various theatres (1951 - 52) starring Anne Jeffreys, John Raitt, Bert Wheeler (Of the comedy team, "Wheeler and Woolsey"), Robert Halliday, Jeff Morrow, Ralph Morgan (Brother of Frank Morgan), Charlotte Rae, Royal Dano, Billy Chapin, Marion Bell, Cecil Kellaway, Minor Watson, etc. Directed by Abe Burrows. Choreographed by Eugene Loring and Ted Cappy. Songs include: "The Wake," "My Heart's Darlin' ," "Goin' On a Hayride," "It Must Be Spring," "The Army Mule," "It's a Wishing World," etc.
100 Threepenny Opera, The : Book and lyrics by Bertolt Brecht (Adapted by Marc Blitzstein). Music by Kurt Weill. Various productions (1933 - 91) starring George S. Irving, Lilia Skala, Kurt Kazsznar, Hakan Serner, Jan Bloomberg, Tim Jecko, Joe Shaver, Edwin Frederickson, Kenneth French, Joseph Daly, George Emch, Logan Ramsey, Pat Carroll (Co-star of television's "Make Room For Daddy"), Paul Winfield, Lesley Warren, Bert Freed, Anne Ramsey (Wife of Logan Ramsey), Michael Fawkes, Pip Hinton, Frank Barrie, Hermione Baddeley, Ronald Radd, Annie Ross (Of the vocal trio, "Lambert, Hendricks and Ross"), Joe Melia, Barbara Windsor, James Randolph II, James Wren, Sid Cherry, Ann Casson, Dale Benson, Leonardo Cimino, Max Howard, Scott Merrill, Jane Connell ("Mame," etc.), Edward Asner, Jerry Orbach, William Duell, John Ridge, Philip Bosco, Elizabeth Wilson, Ellen Greene, Armand Assante, Elaine Kerr, Pat Stevens, John Culligan, Luther Bonsal, Anthony Zerbe, Stephen Elliott, Blair Brown, Raul Julia, Tom Keo, Walt Williams, Herbert Rudley, Burgess Meredith, Harry Bellaver, Rex Evans, Scott Merrill, Brad Evans, Ana Cooper, Robert Rounseville, Robert Penn, Martin Wolfson, Jo Sullivan, Beatrice Arthur, Lotte Lenya (Wife of Kurt Weill), John Astin, Paul Dooley, Tim Jecko, Joe Shaver, Alan Klem, Tige Andrews, Estelle Parsons, Greg Cantwell, Beverly Evans, Harlan Foss, Eric Allen Hanson, Marsha Hunter, Carolyn Marlow, Sting, Maureen McGovern, Alvin Epstein, Georgia Brown, Larry Marshall, Josh Mostel (Son of Zero Mostel), K.T. Sullivan, etc.
101 Thrie Estaites, The : "A Special Adaptation" by Robert Kemp (Adapted from the work of Sir David Lindsay of the Mount). Music by Cedric Thorpe Davie. Produced by The Glasgow Citizen's Theatre for the Edinburgh Festival Society at Assembly Hall (Edinburgh, Scotland - No date) starring C.R.M. Brookes, Fulton Mackay, James Stuart, Lennox Milne, Bruce Morgan, Robert Erskine, etc. Directed by Tyrone Guthrie and Moultrie R. Kelsall.
101 Thrilby : "The Burlesque of the Hour" produced by The Garrick Burlesque Company at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - 1895) starring Amelia Stone ("The Youngest Prima Donna in America").
101 Throng O' Scarlet : "A New Play" by Vivian Connell. Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - 1947) starring Philippa Sparrow, William Devlin, Kenneth Connor, Norman Claridge, Heath Joyce, etc. Directed by Hugh Hunt.
101 Thrown Upon The World : Book by Rufus Scott starring Rufus Scott, J.E. Gilbert, Edgar Forrest, Robert Weld, Stella Pickett, Jacobar Prom, etc. No location or date listed.
101 Thru The Windows : "A Three Act Drama" by Robert Kasper. Produced by The Uptown Players of the People's Church of Chicago at Channing Hall (Chicago - No date) starring Milton Klein, Matthew Riley, Ruth Costello, Karin Santy, Newman DuMont, etc. Directed by James H. Griffin.
101 Thumbelina : Book, music and lyrics by Jerry Blatt. Produced at the Long Wharf Theatre (New Haven - No date) starring Nan Withers, Frank Wicks, Ron Abbott, Sean Kernan, etc. Directed by Arvin Brown. Choreographed by Frank Wicks.
101 Thumbs Up! : "The New Revue" with sketched by H.I. Phillips and Alan Baxter. Music by James Hanley and Henry Sullivan. Lyrics by Ballard MacDonald and Earle Crooker. Produced by Eddie Dowling and John Murray Anderson at the St. James Theatre (NYC - 1935) starring Clark and McCullough, Hal Le Roy (Most famous as "Harold Teen" on film), Eddie Garr (Father of Terri Garr), Ray Dooley (Wife of Eddie Dowling), The Pickins Sisters, Paul Draper, Jack Cole, Al Sexton, Eddie Dowling, etc. Directed by Edward C. Lilley and John Murray Anderson. Choreographed by Robert Alton. Songs include: "Jogging Along Through the Park," "Zing, Went the Strings of My Heart," "Lily Belle May June," "Flamenco," "Eileen Avourneen," "What Do You Think My Heart Is Made Of?," "My Arab Complex," "Soldier of Love," "Continental Honeymoon," "Merrily We Waltz Along," "Autumn in New York," etc.
101 Thunder In The Air : "A New Drama" by Robins Millar (Adapted by Alexander Dean). Various productions (c. 1935) starring Jeannette Sherwin, Leonard Willey, John Bramall, Cecelia Loftus, Edith Harcourt, Selina Royle (Selena Royle), Freddie Stange, Laura Harding, Aline MacMahon, Pedro de Cordoba, etc.
101 Thunder On The Left : Book by Jean Ferguson Black (From the novel by Christopher Morley). Produced by Henry Forbes at Maxine Elliott's Theatre (NYC - 1933) starring Frank M. Thomas, Jr., Jeanne Dante, Edna Hagan, Gene Low, James Bell, Charita Bauer, Otto Hulett, etc. Directed by Anton Bundsmann.
101 Thunder Rock : Book by Robert Ardrey. Produced by The Group Theatre at the Mansfield Theatre (NYC - 1939) starring Myron McCormick, Harry Bratsburg, Luther Adler, Morris Carnovsky, Art Smith, Lee J. Cobb, Frances Farmer (Portrayed by Jessica Lange in the 1982 biopic, "Frances" and by Susan Blakely in the 1983 television biopic, "Will There Really Be A Morning?"), Ruth Nelson, Phil Brown, etc. Directed by Elia Kazan.
101 Thunderbird And The Killer-Whale, The : or "Tzinquaw - A Musical Dramatization of the Cowichan Indian Legend" with original Indian songs and dances by The Cowichan Indians (Translated by Frank Morrison). Produced by Cecil R. West in Vancouver, British Columbia (1953). Directed by Cecil R. West.
101 Thurber : "A Delightful Look into James Thurber's Enchanted World" selected and played by William Windom. Produced at various theatres (1974 - 91).
101 Thurber Carnival, A : Book by James Thurber. Music by Don Elliott. Various productions (1960 - 71) starring Paul Ford (Co-star of television's "Sgt. Bilko," etc.), Peggy Cass ("Auntie Mame," etc.), Eddie Mayehoff (Television's Doc Corkle," etc.), John McGiver, Tom Ewell, Alice Ghostley, Robert Klein, John Robb, Vala Clifton, Anthony Zerbe, Walter Rhodes, Imogene Coca, Arthur Treacher, King Donovan (Husband of Imogene Coca), Randi Bishop, Ned Ricks, Clement Fowler, William Pardue, Michael Masso, Thomas Roberts, Peter Ivanov, Glenn Markos, etc. Originally produced (1960) by Michael Davis, Helen Bonfils and Haila Stoddard and directed by Burgess Meredith.
101 Thurgood : "A Play" by George Stevens, Jr. Various productions (2008 - 10) -originally produced at the Booth Theatre, NYC (2008) starring Laurence Fishburne (A one-man show as "Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall"). Directed by Leonard Foglia.
101 Thy Neighbor's Wife : "A Comedietta" by Elmer Harris. Produced by Daniel Frohman at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1911) starring Arthur Byron, Pamela Gaythorne, Frederick Tiden and Alice John.
101 Thy People : "A 'Drama 140' Workshop Production" by Joel Oliansky. Music by Albert Tepper. Produced by The Yale School of Drama (New Haven - 1960) starring Ella Smith, Janet Sarno, Donald Cairns, Robert Schumacher, etc. Directed by Jacques Cartier.
101 Thy Son Is Right : Book by Lee Chin-Yang. Produced by The Yale University School of the Fine Arts/The Department of Drama at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1944) starring Allen Seed, Betty Shakespeare, Gaynelle Nixon, David Piel, Victor Anderson, etc. Directed by Edward Reveaux.
101 Tiao Ch' An : or "The Beautiful Bait" produced by The Foo Hsing Theatre (Presented under the auspices of The Republic of China) starring Chen Fu Wen, Chang Fu-Chien, Tsao Fu-Yung, etc. Directed by Tsao Chun-ling.
101 Tick-Tack-Toe : "The Latest and Brightest Musical Outburst!" with book, music and lyrics by Herman Timberg. Produced by Herman Timberg at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Flo Lewis, Jay Gould, Hattie Darling, George Mayo, Pearl Eaton, Herman Timberg, etc. Directed by Allan K. Foster.
101 Ticket-Of Leave Man, The : "The Beautiful Moral Drama" by Tom Taylor. Various productions (No date) starring H.R. Brennan, T.J. Cooney, E.H.Kelly, Minnie DeLAnge, Adele Roberts, Annie Ashley, Joseph Howard, Lillian Jerome, Florence Lytelle, E.L. Davenport, Charles Walcot, Allan T. Squire, Ruth Branigan, Ida Van Cortlan, Alice Hunt, John W. Blaisdell, John Dillon, Russell Soggs, Kate Meek, etc.
101 Tickets, Please! : "A New Intimate Revue" with sketches by Harry Hermann, Edmund Rice, Jack Roche and Ted Luce. Music and lyrics by Lyn Duddy, Joan Edwards, Mel Tolkin, Lucille Kallen and Clay Warnick. Produced by Arthur Klein at various theatres (1950) starring The Hartmans (Grace and Paul. Paul Hartman is most famous as "Emmett the Fix-It Man" on "The Andy Griffith Show" and Mayberry RFD".), Jack Albertson (Oscar winner for "The Subject Was Roses". Co-star of television's "Chico and the Man".), Dorothy Jarnac, Gabe Dell (Original member of "The Dead End Kids" on stage and film) Patricia Bright, Tommy Wonder, Roger Price, etc. Directed by Mervyn Nelson. Choreographed by Joan Mann. Songs include: "You Can't Take It With You," "Remember Dad on Mother's Day," "Television's Tough On Love," "Darn It, Baby. That's Love," "Restless," "Washington Square," "Spring Has Come," etc.
101 Tickle Me : "A Musigirl Comedy" with book and lyrics by Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein II and Frank Mandel. Music by Herbert Stothart. Produced by Arthur Hammerstein (Uncle of Oscar Hammerstein II) at various theatres (1920 - 22) starring Frank Tinney, Allan Kearns, Vic Casmore, Ted Wing, Frances Grant, Tex Cooper, etc. Directed by William Collier. Choreographed by Bert French. Songs include: "Safe in the Arms of Bill Hart," "You're the Type," "A Perfect Lover," "Play a Little Hindoo," "Temptation," "Broadway Swell and Bowery Bum," etc.
101 Tickles By Tucholsky : "A Cabaret Musical" by Moni Yakim. Original material by Kurt Tucholsky (Translated and adapted by Louis Golden and Harold Poor). Produced by Norman Stephens in association with Max Weitzenhoffer at Theatre Four (NYC - No date) starring Helen Gallagher ("No, No Nanette," etc.), Joe Masiell ("Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris," etc.), Jana Robbins, Joseph Neal, Jerry Jarrett, etc. Directed by Moni Yakim. Songs include: "The Song of Indifference," "Christmas Shopping," "The Compromise Soft Shoe," "Follow Schmidt," "Over the Trenches," etc.
101 Tidbits Of 1946 : "An Intimate Musical Entertainment" with sketches by Sam Locke. Produced by Arthur Klein in association with Henry Schumer for The Youth Theatre at The Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1946) starring Joey Faye (Of "Mack and Myer For Hire," etc. on film), Muriel Gaines, Lee Trent, Marais and Miranda (Dance team), Robert Marshall, Joshua Shelley, The Debonairs (Tap dance team), Jack Diamond, etc. Directed by Sam Locke. Songs include: "Harmonica Days," "Hi, Havana!," I'm The Belle of the Ballet," "On the Way to Sloppy Joe's," "The Lass With the Delicate Air," etc.
101 Tide And Time : "A Tale of the Thames" by Henry Leslie. Produced at the New Surrey Theatre (London - 1867) starring William Callcott, Albert Callcott, J. Hinkley, etc.
101 Tidings Brought To Mary, The : "A Mediaeval Mystery" by Paul Claudel (Translated by Louise Morgan Sill). Various productions (1922 - 61) starring Helen Westley, Percy Waram, Harry Ashford, Mary Fowler, Fay Thomas, Marion Killinger, Beth Bittick, Vernon Oaks, Marty O' Brien, Helen Johnston, etc.
101 Ties : "Les Tenailles" by Paul Hervieu (Translated by George Peabody Eustis and Paul Kester). Produced at the Carnegie Lyceum (NYC - 1899) starring John Blair, Frederick G. Lewis, Alice Harrington, Florence Kahn, etc. Directed by Robert O. Jenkins.
101 Ties That Bind, The : Book by Regina Taylor. A presentation of two plays ("Watermelon Rinds" and "Inside The Belly of the Beast") produced by The Goodman Theatre (Chicago - 1993 - 94) starring Shanesia Davis, Philip Edward VanLear, Ora Jones, Ernest Perry, Jr., Darryl Alan Reed, etc. Directed by Shirley Jo Finney. Choreographed by Darlene Blackburn.
101 Tiger, The : Book by Murray Schisgal. Various productions (1963 - 66) starring Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson (Wife of Eli Wallach). Billed with "The Typists" by Murray Schisgal. Various productions directed by Arthur Storch and Charles Maryan.
101 Tiger And The Horse, The : "A New Play" by Robert Bolt. Produced by H.M. Tennent and Frith Banbury at the Queen's Theatre (London - 1960) starring Michael Redgrave, Catherine Lacey, Vanessa Redgrave, Alan Dobie, etc. Directed by Frith Banbury.
101 Tiger At The Gates, The : Book by Jean Giraudoux (Translated by Christopher Fry from the play, "La Guerre de Troie N' Aura pas Lieu"). Various productions (1953 - 59) starring Michael Redgrave, Barbara Jefford, Leo Ciceri, Diane Cilento (Wife of Sean Connery), Norman Rossington (Most famous as "Norm" in the film, "A Hard Day's Night"), Walter Fitzgerald, Morris Carnovsky, Nehemiah Persoff, Milton Selzer, Hurd Hatfield (Most famous as the star of the film, "The Picture of Dorian Gray"), Frances Reid, Robert Redford, Louise Fletcher, Michael Hall, Gail Kulie, Irene Todd, Natalee Hall, Bernie Bates, Roger N. Titus, etc. Originally produced in London (1953) by Stephen Mitchell and Robert L. Joseph and directed by Harold Clurman. Originally produced on Broadway (1955) by The Playwrights' Company in association with Herny M. Margolis and directed by Harold Clurman.
101 Tiger Cats : "A Tragi-Comedy" by Karen Bramson (Adapted from the French of "Les Felines" by Michael Orme). Produced by David Belasco at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1924) starring Robert Loraine, Katharine Cornell, Reginald Mason, Ben Johnson, William Boag, etc. Directed by David Belasco.
101 Tiger Rag, The : "A Musical Chronicle" by Seyril Schcchen. Music by Kenneth Gaburo. Produce by Lorin Ellington Price at the Cherry Lane Theatre (NYC - 1961) starring Patricia Roe, Logan Ramsey, Carlton Colyer, Brennan Moore, Nancy Andrews, etc. Directed by Ella Gerber. Choreography by Peter Conlow. Songs include: "Cheerio, Old Boys," "Flirtation Waltz," "Travelling Song," "Tiger Rag Blues," "Slewfoot Shuffle," "Apache," "My Father Was a Peculiar Man," etc.
101 Tiger Rose : "A Melodrama of the Great Northwest" by Willard Mack. Various productions (1917 - 21) starring Lenore Ulric, William Courtleigh, Calvin Thomas, Fuller Mellish, Frank Byron, Charles Riegel, Frank Bryan, Helen Lewis, Thomas Findlay, Pedro De Cordoba, Edward Mack, Ralph Murphy, Walter Abell (Abel), Nancy Fair, etc. Originally produced (1917) and directed by David Belasco.
101 Tiger! Tiger! : Book by Edward Knoblock. Produced by David Belasco at various theatres (1919) starring Frances Starr, Lionel Atwill, Frederick Lloyd, Wallace Erskine, Whitford Kane, Dorothy Cumming, etc. Directed by David Belasco.
101 Tiger Tiger Burning Bright : Book by Peter S. Feibleman. Various productions (1962 - 70) starring Claudia McNeil, Alvin Ailey, Diana Sands, Cicely Tyson, Roscoe Lee Browne, Al Freeman, Jr., Bobby Dean Hooks (Robert Hooks), Marye Scharf, Marvin Grays, Zabra Vivens, etc. Originally produced (1962) by Oliver Smith and Roger L. Stevens and directed by Joshua Logan.
101 Tight Britches : "A New Play" by John Taintor Foote and Hubert Hayes. Produced by Laurence Rivers at the Avon Theatre (NYC - 1934) starring Ethel Wilson, Frank Camp, Shepperd Strudwick, Robert Harrison, Joanna Roos, Virginia Milne, Arthur Hughes, etc. Directed by Miriam Doyle.
101 Tight Rope! : Produced at the New Varieties Theatre (No location - 1852) starring Charles Winther, Leon Javelli, C. Howard, etc. Billed with "Alarming Sacrifice," "Les Modistes," etc.
101 Tik-Tok Man Of Oz, The : "The Fairyland Extravaganza" with book and lyrics by L. Frank Baum. Music by Louis F. Gottschalk. Produced by Oliver Morosco at Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1913) starring Lenora Novasio, Fred Woodward, Gladys Munson, Jean Campbell, Hazel Purdy, Dolly Castles, Bert Proctor, Lew Haynes, etc. Directed by Frank M. Stammers. Songs include: "The Shaggy Man," "A Storm At Sea," "Ask the Flowers to Tell You," "The Army of Oogaboo," "My Wonderful Dream Girl," "I Think An Awful Lot of You," etc.
101 Til The Fat Lady Sings : Book by Julie Boxx Boyle. Produced at The Gainesville (FL) Community Playhouse (1988) starring Chris Wiley, Laura M. Wilson, Tony Julian, Stu Horowitz, Cindy Godfrey and Lee Anne Hagan. Directed by Tom Bunch.
101 Till The Day I Die : Book by Clifford Odets. Produced by The Group Theatre at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1935) starring Elia Kazan, Margaret Barker, Eunice Stoddard, Lee J. Cobb, Bob Lewis, Harry Stone, Abner Biberman, Lee Martin, etc. Billed with "Waiting For Lefty" by Clifford Odets starring Russell Collins, Ruth Nelson, Walter Coy, Elia Kazan, Abner Biberman, Clifford Odets, George Heller, etc. Both plays directed by Cheryl Crawford.
101 Tillie : or "Tillie, A Menonite Maid" by Helen Martin and Frank Howe, Jr. Various productions (1919 - 61) starring Jennie Dickerson, Mildred Booth, Patricia Collinge, Elliott Nugent, Lillian Kauffman, Margot Welch, Leonard Frey, Wesley Owen, Margaret Steele, etc.
101 Tillies Nightmare : "A Hurricane of Mirth and Melody" with book and lyrics by Edgar Smith. Music by Baldwin Sloane. Produced at the La Salle Theatre (St. Louis - 1912) starring Lucille Ward, Lottie Uart, Nellie De Grasse, Bernard Lyons, Harry Wilcox, Thomas Manning, John Porter, etc. Directed by Bernard Lyons. Songs include: "Heaven Will Protect the Working Girl," "Broadway at Night," "The Shopping Glide," "Under the Ragtime Flag," "Life is What We Make It," etc.
101 Tilly Of Bloomsbury : "A Comedy" by Ian Hay (Adapted from his novel, "Happy-Go -Lucky"). Produced by A.H. Woods by arrangement with Grossmith and Laurillard at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1920) starring George Giddens, Yetla Nicoll, Lawrence Grant, Eva Le Gallienne, Blythe Daly, Cecil Cameron, etc. Directed by E.H. Brooke.
101 Tim Sullivan Chowder : "The Screaming Comedy" by James F. Leonard. Produced by the Fads and Follies Burlesquers at the Olympic Theatre (NYC - 1900) starring James F. Leonard, Frank Fogerty, Otis Shattuck, Ira Kessne, Dixie Starbuck, etc. Directed by James F. Leonard.
101 Timbuktu! : "The Big New Musical Hit Based on 'Kismet' " by Luther Davis. Music and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest. Produced by Luther Davis and Zev Bufman at various theatres (c. 1977) starring Eartha Kitt, Melba Moore, Gilbert Price, Ira Hawkins, Vanessa Shaw, Bruce A. Hubbard, Gregg Baker, etc. Directed, choreographed and costumed by Geoffrey Holder. Songs include: "Rhymes Have I," "Fate," "Baubles, Bangles and Beads," "Stranger in Paradise," "Night of My Nights," "And This is My Beloved," etc.
101 Time And The Conways : Book by J.B. Priestley. Various productions (1938 - 78) starring Dame Sybil Thorndike, Jessica Tandy, Christopher Guest, Joan Henley, Ann Way, David Chivers, Betsi Charles, June Barrie, Richard Morant, Roger Davenport, etc. Originally produced (1938) by Crosby Gaige in association with Jean V. Grombach and George Greening and directed by Irene Hentschel.
101 Time For Elizabeth : "A New Comedy" by Norman Krasna and Groucho Marx. Various productions (1948 - 59) starring Otto Kruger, Katherine Alexander, Russell Hicks, Eleanor Lawson, Harlan Briggs, Groucho Marx, Robert Allen, etc. Originally produced (1948) by Russell Lewis and Howard Young and directed by Norman Krasna.
101 Time For Love, A : Book by Gwen Holly Simpson starring John Buonomo, Joan Heinz, Joan Kelly, Dorothy Gorley, etc. Directed by Gwen Holly Simpson. No location or date listed.
101 Time For Singing, A : Book and lyrics by Gerald Freedman and John Morris (Based on the novel, "How Green My Valley" by Richard Llewellyn). Music by John Morris. Produced by Alexander H. Cohen at various theatres (1966) starring Ivor Emmanuel, Tessie O' Shea, Shani Wallis, Elizabeth Hubbard, Gene Rupert, George Hearn, Philip Proctor, Mimi Wallace, Laurence Naismith, etc. Directed by Gerald Freedman. Choreographed by Donald McKayle. Songs include: "Come You Men," "How Green Was My Valley," "What a Good Day is Saturday," "When He Looks at Me," "Far From Home," "Three Ships," "Let Me Love You," "Gone in Sorrow," etc.
101 Time Limit! : "A New Play" by Henry Denker and Ralph Berkey. Various productions (1956 - 60) starring Arthur Kennedy, Richard Kiley, Allyn McLerie ("Where's Charley?," "Miss Liberty," etc.), Frank Aletter (Co-star of television's "The Cara Williams Show". Husband of Lee Meriwether.), Arthur Storch, Patricia Benoit, Hobson Blackmon, Walter Gomel, Oscar Rawls, J. Vernon Patrick, Jr., Al Ellis, Jean Wamp, etc. Originally produced (1956) by The Theatre Guild and directed by Windsor Lewis.
101 Time Of The Barracudas, The : "A New Comedy" by Peter Barnes. Music by Miles Davis and Gil Evans. Produced by Frederick Brisson (Husband of Rosalind Russell), Roger L. Stevens and Donald Albery at the Huntington Hartford Theatre (Hollywood, CA - 1963) starring Laurence Harvey, Elaine Stritch, Rex O' Malley, Eugene Roche (Television's "Professional Dishwasher"), Robert Van Hooton, etc. Directed by Fred Hebert.
101 Time Of The Cuckoo, The : "A Comedy" by Arthur Laurents. Various productions (1952 - 76) starring Shirley Booth, Geraldine Brooks, Jane Rose (Co-star of television's "Phyllis"), Dino DiLuca, Lydia St. Clair, Estelle Ritchie, Mildred Ice, Vic Karn, Donald Murphy, Bill Stavers, Shelley Summers, Regina Ress, Jean Stapleton, Cesare Danova, Patty McCormack ("The Bad Seed"), Ernest Thompson, Charlotte Rae, Jack Manning, Tamara Toumanova, etc. Originally produced (1952) by Robert Whitehead and Walter Fried and directed by Harold Clurman.
101 Time Of Storm : Book by Sheldon Stark. Produced by The Village Presbyterian Church at the Greenwich Mews Theatre (NYC - No date) starring Miriam Craig, Carlos Gorbea, Joy Saunders, Mike Kellin, Betty Bendyk, Sandra Kazan, etc. Directed by Michael Howard.
101 Time Of Vengeance : Book by Ugo Betti. Produced at the York Playhouse (NYC - No date). No cast listed.
101 Time Of Your Life, The : "The Critics' Circle - Pulitzer Prize Play" by William Saroyan. Various productions (1939 - 84) starring Eddie Dowling, Ross Bagdasarian (Most famous as "David Seville" of "The Chipmunks" fame. Composer of the hit song,"Come On a My House".), John Farrell, Edward Andrews, Henry Jones, Fred Kelly (Brother of Gene Kelly), William Bendix, Tom Tully, Arthur Hunnicutt, Ann Brody, Julie Haydon, Martin Ritt, Celeste Holme (Celeste Holm), Len Doyle, Ed Flanders, Hilda Lapidus, Burt Miller, Steve Aronson, Jerry Grasse, Nicholas Martin, William L. Peterson, Dennis Farina, Kevin Dunn, John Pankow, Ted Levine, Jack Graham, Mark Fabus, Franchot Tone, Harold Lang, Myron McCormick, John Carradine, Paula Lawrence, Lonny Chapman, Biff McGuire, John Randolph, Mike Kellin, Gloria Vanderbilt, Doris Roberts, Clifton James, Gene Kelly, Susan Strasberg (Daughter of Lee Strasberg), Ann Sheridan, Rita Gam, Scott McKay, Arnold Moss, Dan Dailey, Larry Blyden, Hildy Parks, Sidney Miller, Gene Crum, Patti Lupone, Kevin Kline, James Broderick (Father of Matthew Broderick), Philip Bosco, Lenny Baker, Scott Jacoby, Jack Fletcher, Susan Tyrell, Leonard Frey, Priscilla Pointer, Robert Symonds, Jerome Dempsey, Merwin Goldsmith, Sonny Streater, Dan Dietrich, David Swenson, Sharon Gans, Ronald Roston, Philip Baker Hall (Most famous as "Bookman, the Library Cop" on "Seinfeld"), Lois Smith, Sam Schacht, etc. Originally produced (1939) by The Theatre Guild in association with Eddie Dowling, directed by Eddie Dowling and William Saroyan and choreographed by Gene Kelly.
101 Time Out For Ginger : "A Comedy" by Ronald Alexander. Various productions (1952 - 56) starring Melvyn Douglas, Polly Rowles, Conrad Janis, Philip Loeb (Co-star of "The Goldbergs" on radio and television), Lois Smith, Nancy Malone, Carolina Rawls, Eve Sales, Oscar Rawls, Polly Breen, Joan Barry, Hugh Perry, Steve McQueen, Barry Truex, Edith Atwater, etc. Originally produced (1952) by Shepard Traube and Gordon Pollock in association with Don Hershey and directed by Shepard Traube.
101 Time Present : "A New Play" by John Osborne. Produced by The English Stage Company at the Royal Court Theatre (London - 1968) starring Valerie Taylor, Sarah Taunton, Katharine Blake, Jill Bennett, Tom Adams, Geoffrey Frederick, Kika Markham and Harry Landis. Directed by Anthony Page.
101 Time Remembered : "A Romantic Comedy" by Jean Anouilh (Translated by Patricia Moyes). Music by Vernon Duke. Various productions (1954 - 70) starring Helen Hayes, Richard Burton, Susan Strasberg (Daughter of Lee Strasberg), Glenn Anders, Sig Arno, Stanley Grover, Lee Roi Operti, Mary Ure (Wife of Robert Shaw and John Osborne), Margaret Rutherford (Most famous as "Miss Marple" in the film series), Paul Scofield, Geoffrey Dunn, Norman Bird, Cathleen Nesbitt, Brock Scully, Robert Holmes, Edie Kramer, Rusty Salling, Charles Stephenson, Jim Teague, Bernard Storch, etc. Originally produced in London (1954) by Tennent Productions and directed by William Chappell. Originally produced on Broadway (1957) by The Playwrights' Company and directed by Albert Marre ("The Man of La Mancha," etc. Husband of Joan Diener.).
101 Time Stands Still : Book by Donald Marguilies. Produced at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 2010) starring Laura Linney, Brian d' Arcy James, Eric Bogoasian, Christina Ricci, Heidi Armbruster and Tony Carlin. Directed by Daniel Sullivan. Music by Peter Golub.
101 Time, The Place And The Girl, The : "The American Whirlwind of Music, Story and Fun" with book and lyrics by Will M.Hough and Frank R. 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 various theatres (c. 1908) starring Florence Holbrook, Cecil Lean, Charles Hart, Gertrude Lenox, Zeke Colvin, William Herman West, May Bouton, C.G. Scribner, etc. Directed by Ned Wayburn and Arthur Sanders. Songs include: "Blow the Smoke Away," "I Don't Like Your Family," "The Waning Honeymoon," "Dixie I Love You," "Uncle Sam's Best Girl," "Don't You Tell," etc.
101 Times Have Changed : Book by Louis Bromfield (Adapted from the French of Edouard Bourdet). Produced by Feodor Rolbein at the National Theatre (NYC - 1935) starring Cecelia Loftus, Henry Vincent, Eric Wollencott, Owen Davis, Jr., etc. Directed by Auriol Lee
101 Timon Of Athens : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection. See - "Shakespeare Collection" by title.
101 Tin Pan Alley : "A New Play" by Hugh Stanislaus Stange. Produced at the Republic Theatre (NYC - 1928) starring Claudette Colbert (By arrangement with A.H. Woods), Ben Welden, John Wray, Arline Lloyd, Dorothy Farnum, Samuel Levine (Sam Levine), John Abrams, etc. Directed by Lester Lonergan.
101 Tin Soldier, A : "The Latest Satirical Musical" by Charles H. Hoyt. Produced at various theatres (c. 1886) starring Leonard Grover, Jr., Harry Mills, Marion Elmore, Rachel Booth, James T. Powers, Paul Arthur, W. Gilmore, Fannie Batchelder, etc.
101 Tinker, The : Book by Laurence Dobie and Robert Sloman. Produced by The Bristol Old Vic Company at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - 1960) starring Mark Heath, Richard Gale, Edward Judd, Norman Tyrrell, Michael Higgins, etc. Directed by John Hale.
101 Tinker's Wedding, The : "Three Plays" (Including "In the Shadow of the Glen" and "Riders to the Sea") by John Millington Synge. Produced by The Irish Players at Theatre East (NYC - 1957) starring Malachy McCourt, Lon Clark, Anne Ives and Michael Conaree. All plays directed by Patricia Newhall.
101 Tintypes : "A New Musical" by Mary Kyte, Mel Marvin and Gary Pearle. Various productions (1982 - 83) starring Patrice Munsel, Janet Powell, Robin Taylor, Randy Brenner, Michael McCarty, Nedra Dixon, Ross Lehman, etc. Songs include: "Ragtime Nightingale," "I Don't Care," "Electricity," "Pastime Rag," "American Beauty," "Then I'd Be Satisfied With Life," "The Yankee Doodle Boy," etc.
101 Tiny Alice : Book by Edward Albee. Various productions (1965 - 76) starring John Gielgud, Irene Worth, William Hutt, John Heffernan, Eric Berry, Robert Symonds, Dwight Schultz (Television's "The "A" Team," etc.), John Gardiner, Ray Reinhardt, Paul Shenar, Anthony "Scooter" Teague ("West Side Story," etc.), Scott Hylands, Ruth Kobart, Signe Hasso, George Furth, etc. Originally produced (1965) by Richard Barr and Clinton Wilder and directed by Alan Schneider.
101 Tip-Toes : "Newest Musical Comedy" by Guy Bolton and Fred Thompson. Music by George Gershwin with lyrics by Ira Gershwin (Portrayed by Robert Alda and Herbert Rudley in the 1945 biopic, "Rhapsody in Blue"). Various productions (1925 - 98) starring Jeannette MacDonald, Amy Revere, Queenie Smith (Co - star of television's "The Funny Side"), Victor Arden, Phil Ohman, Harry Watson, Jr., Andrew Tombes, Sylvia Metcalf, Rollo Metcalf (Husband of Sylvia Metcalf), Emily Loesser (Daughter of Frank Loesser), Andy Taylor, etc. Originally produced (1925) by Alex A. Aarons and Vinton Freedley, directed by John Harwood and choreographed by Sammy Lee and Earl Lindsay. Songs include: "Waiting for the Train," "Looking For a Boy," "That Certain Feeling," "Sweet and Low Down," etc.
101 Tip-Top : "A New Musical Extravaganza" with book and lyrics by Anne Caldwell and R.H. Burnside. Music by Ivan Caryll. Produced by Charles Dillingham at various theatres (1921 - 22) starring Fred Stone (Most famous as the original "Scarecrow" in the 1902 stage production of "The Wizard of Oz"), Oscar Ragland, Gus Minton, The Duncan Sisters (Vivian and Rosetta), Violet Zell, etc. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Songs include: "Little Fairy in the Home," "Girl Who Keeps Me Guessing," "The Wireless Heart," "Life is Like a Punch and Judy Show," etc.
101 Tips : "A New Comedy" by Winchell Smith and Tom Cushing. Produced by John Golden at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1921) starring Helen Judson, Albert Hyde, Harry Davenport, Blythe Daly, Herbert Saunders, George Spelvin, etc. Directed by Winchell Smith.
101 Tis Pity She's A Whore : Book by John Ford. Various productions (1943 - 90) starring Gordon Peters, Christopher Drake, Walter Gorney, Janet Reed, Hugh Reilly (Co- star of television's "Lassie" with June Lockhart and Jon Provost), Christine Baranski, Michael Levin, Paul Mann, Richard Jordan, David Ackroyd, Don Cheadle, Joan Cusack, Harvey Warren, A. Everett Austin, Jr., Willard Phillips, etc.
101 Tishoo : "A New Play" by Brian Thompson. Produced by Michael Codron by arrangement with Ian B. Albery at Wyndham's Theatre (London - 1979) starring Alec McCowen, Penelope Wilton, Tony Selby, Geoffrey Palmer, etc. Directed by Ronald Eyre.
101 Titanic : "The Musical" by Peter Stone. Music and lyrics by Maury Yeston. Various productions (1997 - 2002) starring Andy Taylor, Bertilla Baker, Sean McCourt, William Youmans, Matthew Bennett, Jonathan Brody, David Garrison, John Cunningham, Brian d' Arcy James, Adam Alexi-Malle, Melinda Bass, Shawn Cox, Michele Hakala, Steve Zimmerman, etc. Originally produced (1997) by Richard S. Pechter, directed by Richard Jones and choreographed by Lynne Taylor-Corbett. Songs include: "In Every Age," "There She Is," "What a Remarkable Age This Is!," "The Night Was Alive," "Doing the Latest Rag," "No Moon," "I Must Get On That Ship," "The Proposal," "Lady Maid," etc.
101 Title And Deed : Book by Will Eno. Produced by SignatureTheatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center (NYC - 2012) starring Conor Lovett. Directed by Judy Hegarty Lovett.
101 Titus Andronicus : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection. See - "Shakespeare Collection" by title.
101 To Be : Filed with the Belknap Shakespeare Collection. See - "Shakespeare - Modern Adaptations"
101 To Be Continued (By C. George) : "A Gay Comedy" by Charles George. Produced by Morris Green and James J. Fero at the National Theatre (NYC - 1937) starring Luella Gear, Tookie Hunter, Richard Jack, Ruth Chorpenning, Sherling Oliver, etc. Directed by Melville Burke.
101 To Be Continued (By W. Merchant) : "A Comedy" by William Merchant. Produced by Guthrie McClintic at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1952) starring Dorothy Stickney, Jean Dixon, Luella Gear, Neil Hamilton (Most famous as "Commissioner Gordon" on television's "Batman"), Grace Kelly, etc. Directed by Guthrie McClintic.
101 To Be Young Gifted And Black : "A Portrait of Lorraine Hansberry" by Robert Nemiroff (Adapted from the works of Lorraine Hansberry). Various productions (1970 - 74) starring Judy Jean Berns, Justitia Davis, Tina Sattin, Reuben G. Greene, Myron Natwick, Amanda Ambrose, Jackie Taylor, etc
101 To Bury A Cousin : "A New Play" by Gus Weill. Produced by Shelly Beychok and Tom Nolan at the Cherry Lane Theatre (NYC - 1980) starring Harry Goz ("Fiddler on the Roof," etc.), Annie Abbott, Lauren Craig, Virginia Daly, Robert Bloodworth, etc. Directed by Philip Osterman.
101 To Damascus : Book by August Strindberg Various translations, adaptations and productions (1958 - 61) starring George W. Jones, Dolores Dorn-Heft, Guy Sothern, Maria Gambarelli, Richard Kronold, Gordon Post, Daryl Polenz, etc.
101 To Die At Dawn : "A Sensational Melodrama of Old Kentucky" produced by the Roadside Theatre at The Pioneer Barn Theatre (Washington, DC - 1935) starring Harold Stepler, Ralph Fowler, Kenn Romney, Harry Westcott, Frances Brunt, etc. Directed by Anton Hardt.
101 To Dorothy, A Son : "A Comedy" by Roger MacDougal (In collaboration with Otis Bigelow). Produced by Herman Shumlin at the John Golden Theatre (NYC - 1951) starring Ronald Howard, Hildy Parks, Stella Andrew, Martin Rudy, Neil Fitzgerald, etc. Directed by Herman Shumlin.
101 To Gillian On Her 37th Birthday : Book by Michael Brady. Produced by The Ensemble Studio Theatre at the Circle in the Square (NYC - 1984) starring Frances Conroy, Sarah Jessica Parker, Noelle Parker, David Rasche, etc. Directed by Pamela Berlin.
101 To Grandmother's House We Go : Book by Joanna M. Glass. Produced by Doris Cole Abrahams and Burry Fredrik in association with Leon Becker at the Biltmore Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Eva Le Gallienne, Kim Hunter, Shepperd Strudwick, Ruth Nelson, David Snell, etc. Directed by Clifford Williams.
101 To Hell With Orpheus : "Comic Opera" with book and lyrics by Edward Eager (Adapted by Ring Lardner). Music by Jacques Offenbach (Adapted by Sylvan Levin). Produced at St. John Terrell's Music Circus (Lambertville, NJ - No date) starring Jo Sullivan (Wife of Frank Loesser), Morley Meredith, Peggy O' Hara, Lulu Bates, etc. Directed by Robert C. Jarvis. Choreographed by Rex Cooper. Songs include: "Vacation," "You Can't Do That in Idlewild," "To Be or Not To Be," "The Story of My Life," "Brunswick, Maine," "The Hades Galop," etc.
101 To Kill A Cat : Book by Roland Pertwee and Harold Dearden. Produced by Alexander Ivo in 1943 (No location listed) starring Julie Mars, John Clarke, June Brehm, John Roland Hogue, etc. Directed by Alexander Ivo.
101 To Live In Peace : Book by G. Forzano (Adapted by Victor Rietti). Produced by International Theatre at the Theatre Royal (London - 1957) starring Victor Rietti, John Downing, Aidan Turner, Bee Duffell, Noel French, etc. Directed by Victor Rietti.
101 To Marry Or Not To Marry : "The Comedy" produced at the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh (Scotland - 1823). Billed with "Simpson And Company," etc.
101 To My Husband : "A New Domestic Comedy" by William H. Fulham. Produced by Joe Byron Totten in 1936 (No location listed ) starring Lenore Ulric, King Calder, Donald McClelland, Madeline Grey, etc. Directed by Joe Byron Totten.
101 To Paris And Back For Five Pounds : Produced at the Varieties Theatre (No location listed - 1853) starring Anne Brunton, Helen Mathews, Patrick Ramsay, Marian Ramsay, Mark Smith, etc. Billed with "The Poor Soldier," "Napoleon," etc.
101 To Quito And Back : Book by Ben Hecht. Produced by The Theatre Guild at the Guild Theatre (NYC - 1937) starring Sylvia Sydney, Leslie Banks, Francis Compton, Joseph Buloff, Eugenia Rawls, Evelyn Varden, Henry Levin, Harry Bellaver, etc. Directed by Philip Moeller.
101 To See Ourselves : "A Comedy" by E.M. Delafield. Produced by J.H. Del Bondio and Joshua Logan at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1935) starring Patricia Collinge, Reginald Mason, Earle Larimore, etc. Directed by Joshua Logan.
101 To See Such Fun : Produced by Louis Benjamin and Leslie Grade at the London Palladium (London - 1971) starring Tommy Cooper, Clive Dunn, Anita Harris, The Stupids, Russ Conway, etc. Directed by Albert J. Knight. Choreographed by Tommy Shaw.
101 To See The Elephant : "A Tale of 1876" by Elizabeth Clark. Music by Cris Williamson. Produced by The Forum Center Theatre Group Laboratory at the Mark Taper Forum Music Center (Los Angeles - 1976) starring E. Marcy Dicterow, Carol-Lynn Fillet, Belita Moreno, Terri Carson, Shirley Slater, etc. Directed by Liebe Gray. Choreographed by Susie Heldfond.
101 To Tell You The Truth : "A New Comedy" by Eva Wolas. Music by George Karlin. Produced by New Stages at the New Stages Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring Anthony Randall (Tony Randall), Raymond Edward Johnson, Jean Gillespie, Judy Somerside, etc. Directed by Ezra Stone (Most famous as "Henry Aldrich" on radio).
101 To The Water Tower : Book by the "Second City" Company. Music by Tom O' Horgan. Produced by Bernard Sahlins, Howard Alk and Paul Sills at Second City at Square East (NYC - c. 1963) starring Paul Dooley, Erin Martin, Paul Sand, Andrew Duncan, etc. Directed by Paul Sills.
102 Toad Of Toad Hill : "A New Christmas Production" by A. A. Milne (Adapted from Kenneth Grahame's book, "The Wind in the Willows"). Music by H. Fraser-Simson. Produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre (London - 1972) starring Tony Church, Jeffrey Dench (Brother of Judy Dench), Michael Williams and Peter Woodthorpe. Directed by Euan Smith.
102 Toast Of The Town, The : Book by Clyde Fitch. Produced at various theatres (1905 - 06) starring Viola Allen, Isabel Irving, Fanny Addison Pitt, Hassard Short, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Leopold Lane, etc. Directed by Clyde Fitch.
102 Toast To Broadway, A : Produced by The City of New York and Mayor Abraham D. Beame as "A Celebration of the ' 74 -' 75 Theater Season" at Shubert Alley and 45th Street (NYC - 1974).
102 Tobacco Road : "The Modern American Stage Classic" by Jack Kirkland (Based on the novel by Erskine Caldwell). Various productions (1934 - 50) starring Henry Hull (Most famous as "The Werewolf of London" on film), Pauline Drake, Leon Ames, Fiske O' Hara, John Arledge, Mary Servoss, Donald Barry, Dick Lee, Taylor Holmes, Florence Gerald, Harry Townes, Robert Rose, Nan Crawford, Sam Byrd, Margaret Wycherly (Most famous for her "Mother" roles in "Sergeant York" and White Heat" on film), Dean Jagger, Lamar King, James Barton ("Paint Your Wagon," etc), John Barton, Joe Silver, Jimmy Wright, Estelle Hemsley, John Tate, Powell Lindsay, Will Geer (Most famous as "Grandpa" on television's "The Waltons"), Eddie Garr (Father of Terri Garr), Cynthia Arden, etc. Originally produced (1934) and directed by Anthony Brown.
102 Tobias And The Angel : "A Comedy" by James Bridie. Various productions (c. 1948) starring Henry Manning, Paul Rogers, Elizabeth Sellars, Honor Shepherd, Christopher Page, Harold Young, Hazel Jones, Alexander Ivo, etc.
102 Toby's Bow : "A New Comedy" by John Taintor Foote. Produced by John D. Williams at the Comedy Theatre (NYC - 1919) starring Norman Trevor, Eric Snowdon, Kenneth Miner, Merle Maddern, George Marion, etc. Directed by Norman Trevor.
102 Today : "A Vital and Vivid Drama of New York Life" by George Broadhurst and Abraham Schomer. Produced by The Manuscript Producing Company at the Sam S. Shubert Memorial Theatre (St. Louis - 1914) starring Harry McFayden, Clare Lindsay, Bertha Mann, Alice Gale, Arthur Byron, etc. Directed by Edward Eisner.
102 Today The Bullfinch : Book by Jack White. Produced by the Abbey Theatre (Dublin - 1971) starring Bob Carlile, Michael Duffy, Harry Brogan, Desmond Cave, Michele Lohan, etc. Directed by Louis Lentin.
102 Tom Brown's Schooldays : "The New Musical" with book and lyrics by Joan Maitland and Jack Maitland (Freely based on the Thomas Hughes classic). Music by Chris Andrews. Produced by Gordon Mills and Harold Davison in association with Joe Vegoda at the Cambridge Theatre (London - 1972) starring Roy Dotrice, Judith Bruce, Leon Greene, Lindsay Danvers, Richard Willis, Adam Walton, etc. Directed by Peter Coe. Choreographed by Leo Khariban. Songs include: "Petticoat Government," "In the Swim," "The Ballad of the Great White Horse," "Young Tom," "A Boy's Point of View," etc.
102 Tom Jones : "A New Musical Comedy" by Austin Pendleton. Music by Robert Archer. Lyrics by Joseph Mathewson and Peter Bergman. Produced by The Yale Dramatic Association at the Yale University Theatre (New Haven - 1960) starring Philip G. Proctor, Winthrop Brainerd, Joanna Glass, Ed Shapiro, Bill Stott, Sally Ordway, etc. Directed by William Francisco. Choreographed by Geoffrey Waddell. Songs include: "Bubble Bubble," "Charity," "Bright Moon Above," "The Homecoming Cantata," "The Trunk Packing Song," Seagrim Clan and Infamy," etc.
102 Tom Moore : "The New Historical Irish Play" by Theodore Burt Sayre. Produced at various theatres (1901) starring Andrew Mack ("The Singing Comedian"), George F. Nash, Giles Shine, John Napier, Loretta Ruge, John E. Ince, Jr., Eddie Heron, Maggie Fielding, etc. Directed by Joseph Humphreys.
102 Tom Paine : Book by Paul Foster. Various productions by William Dorr (c.1969) starring Michael Higgens, Ellen Travolta (Sister of John Travolta), John Anderson, Dennis Dugan, Dewey Chapman, John Bakos, Peter Craig, Sally Kirkland, Kevin O' Connor, etc. Various productions directed by Patrick Henry and Tom O' Horgan.
102 Tom Pinch : "A Dramatization of Certain Incidents in 'Martin Chuzzlewitt' " by Charles Dickens. Various productions (1903 - 05) starring E.S. Willard, Ivan F. Simpson, Alice Lonnon, Ruth Barry, May Flowers, Nelly Angell, Gwenn Granger, Mabel Roebuck, etc.
102 Tom Sawyer (By G. Packer) : Book by Gale Packer (Adapted from the book by Mark Twain). Produced by Grace Price and the Pittsburgh Children's Theatre (PA - 1954) starring Sam Jones, Peggy Wright, Patricia Murphy, Henry Gillis, etc. Directed by Grace Price.
102 Tom Sawyer (By E. Reveaux) : Book by Edward Reveaux, Peter Gurney and Richard H. Berger. Music and lyrics by Frank Luther. Produced by John Kennedy and The Municipal Theatre Association of St. Louis (1960) starring Timmy Everett, Susan Heinkel, Danny Meehan, Diane Deering, etc. Directed by Leonard Patrick. Choreographed by Anthony Nelle and Dan M. Eckley. Songs include: "The Big Missouri," "There's A New Girl in Town," "My Love Has Gone Away," "Pirates We Will Be," "He Wasn't a Bad Boy," "The Time Has Come To Say Goodbye," "We'll All Shout Together in the Morning," etc.
102 Tom Thumb : Various adaptations and productions (1806 - 1941) starring Ernest Thesiger (Most famous as "Dr. Pretorious" in the film, "The Bride of Frankenstein"), Bobby Kerrigan, Ralph Truman, Vernon Kelso, Barrie Livesey, Elsie Price, etc. Billed with "The Heir at Law," "A Tale of Mystery," "The Galopade," etc.
102 Tommy (By H. Lindsay) : "An American Comedy" by Howard Lindsay and Bertrand Robinson. Produced by Howard Lindsay and Bertrand Robinson at various theatres (1927 - 33) starring Florence Walcott, Peg Entwistle (Most famous for her suicide leap from the "Hollywoodland" sign), Alan Bunce, Sidney Toler (Most famous as the first non-Asian actor to portray "Charlie Chan" on film), Ben Johnson, Lloyd Neal, Lee Patrick, Mary Morris, Elmer Cornell, Owen Davis, Jr., Harlan Briggs, etc. Original 1927 production directed by George C. Tyler.
102 Tommy (By P. Townshend) : or "The Who's Tommy" by Pete Townshend and Des McAnuff. Music and lyrics by Pete Townshend. Additional music and lyrics by John Entwistle and Keith Moon. Various productions (1971 - 93) starring Richard Beaty, Erica Jayne, John Stanzel, James Bates, Judith Karstens, Tracy Nicole Chapman, Paul Dobie, Jody Gelb, Todd Hunter, Ari Vernon, Michael Cerveris, Roger Bart, Christy Tarr, Jason Workman, Michael Arnold, Anthony Barrile, Bill Buell, Paul Kandel, Buddy Smith, Ari Vernon, Timothy Warmen, etc. Songs include: "Amazing Journey," "See Me, Feel Me," "Eyesight to the Blind," "Acid Queen," "Pinball Wizard," "Tommy, Can You Hear Me," "Sensation," etc.
102 Tommy Rot : Book by Robert Hughes. Music and lyrics by Safford Waters. Produced at Mrs. Osborn's Playhouse (NYC - 1902) starring Charles Butler, Fletcher Norton, Henry Hyde, Blanche Ring, Laura Stone, Rosa Earle, Yale Brenner, etc. Directed by Mrs. Osborn, Joseph Herbert and Lewis Hopper.
102 Tomorrow And Tomorrow : "A New Play" by Philip Barry. Produced by Gilbert Miller at various theatres (1931 - 32) starring Herbert Marshall (Husband of Edna Best, etc.), Zita Johann (Wife of John Houseman), William Williams, Glenn Anders, John Eldredge, Drew Price, etc. Directed by Gilbert Miller.
102 Tomorrow The World : "A Play That Cannot Be Forgotten" by James Gow and Arnaud d' Usseau. Produced by Theron Bamberger at various theatres (1943) starring Ralph Bellamy, Shirley Booth, Joyce Van Patten (Sister of Dick Van Patten), Dorothy Sands, Skippy Homeier, Richard Taber, Richard Tyler, Elissa Landi, Paul McGrath, Harlan Stone, etc. Directed by Elliot Nugent.
102 Tomorrow Will Be Friday : "A Comedy" by Phillip Leaver. Produced at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket (London - 1932) starring Marie Tempest, Celia Johnson, Athole Stewart, Graham Browne, Patrick Waddington, Leon Quartermaine and Frederick Moyes. Directed by W. Graham Browne.
102 Tomorrow's Child : "A Comedy of Family Life in 1965" by John Coates. Produced by The Company of Four in association with the Arts Council of Great Britain at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, England - 1946) starring Joyce Linden, Wallas Eaton, Sheila Sim (By permission of Michael Powell), Nigel Patrick, Hedley Briggs, Richard Wordsworth, etc. Directed by Norman Marshall.
102 Tomorrow's Tangle : Produced by Our Own Stock Company at the Bliven Opera House (Westerly, RI - 1914) starring Joseph Gillow, Percy Kilbride (Most famous as "Pa Kettle" in the "Ma and Pa Kettle" film series), George Fox, Ardra Ainslee, Marion Taggart, etc. Billed with "A Wife Wanted". No playwrights listed.
102 Toni : "A Farcical Musical Comedy" by Douglas Furber and Harry Graham. Music by Hugo Hirsch. Lyrics by Douglas Furber. Additional music and lyrics by Stephen Jones and Harry Graham. Produced at the Shaftsbury Theatre (London - 1924) starring Jack Buchanan (Portrayed by Garrett Lewis in the 1968 biopic, "Star"), Bobby Blythe, Douglas Furber, Charles Stone, June, etc. Directed Herbert Bryan. Choreographed by Jack Buchanan. Songs include: "Advertise," "Take a Step," "Business is Business," "Sing Hey Ninny Nonny," "Blotto," etc.
102 Tonight At Eight-Thirty : "Three Plays" ("We Were Dancing," "Fumed Oak" and "Shadow Play" plus "Ways and Means," "Still Life," Family Album," "Hands Across the Sea," "The Astonished Heart" and "Red Peppers". The plays were produced in rotation.) by Noel Coward (Portrayed by Daniel Massey in the 1968 biopic, "Star"). Various productions (1936 - 81) starring Gertrude Lawrence, Noel Coward, Moya Nugent, Alan Webb, Joyce Carey, Betty Hare, John Standing, Estelle Kohler, Tim Brown, Zulema Dene, Lois Wilson, Sherling Oliver, Arthur Sachs, Edna Preston, Frank Schofield, Graham Payn, Philip Tonge, Valerie Cossarat, Polly Rowles Snyder, Estelle Winwood, Helen Chandler, Jessie Royce Landis, Eduard Franz, Bramwell Fletcher, Ruth Ford, Derek Fairman, Daniel Storm, etc. Originally produced (1936) by John C. Wilson and directed by Noel Coward.
102 Tonight At 12 : "Comedy-Drama" by Owen Davis. Produced by Herman Shumlin at the Windsor Theatre (London - 1928) starring Patricia Barclay, Anne Shoemaker, Spring Byington (Star of television's "December Bride"), Owen Davis, Jr., Moffat Johnson, etc. Directed by Melville Burke.
102 Tonight In Samarkand : Book by Jacques Deval and Lorenzo Semple, Jr. Produced by Bruce Becker and Robert Ellis Miller at various theatres (1955) starring Louis Jourdan, Jan Farrand, Theodore Bikel, Alexander Scourby, Halliwell Hobbes, Rosemary Prinz, Pernell Roberts (Television's "Bonanza," "Trapper John MD," etc.), Sheppard Kerman, Felicia Montalegre, etc. Directed by Herman Shumlin.
102 Tonight Or Never : "A New Play" by Lili Hatvany (Translated by Frederic and Fanny Hatton). Produced by David Belasco at various theatres (1930 - 31) starring Helen Gahagan (Future Congresswoman. Wife of Melvyn Douglas), Ferdinand Gottschalk, Warburton Gamble, Melvyn Douglas, Edmund Loewe, etc. Directed by David Belasco.
102 Tonight We Dance : "A New Comedy" by Marcella Burke and Gladys Unger. Produced by The Messrs.Shubert at various theatres (1939) starring Ruth Chatterton, Lila Lee, Robert Wallstein, Roy Johnson, etc. Directed by Auriol Lee.
102 Tonight We Improvise : Book by Luigi Pirandello (Translated by Paul Glickler). Produced by the Princeton Players (Princeton, NJ - 1962) starring George Nestor, Don Marlatt, Barbara Yam, Geoffrey Berne, Warren Rue, Helen Claire, etc. Directed by Paul Glickler.
102 Tonight's The Night : "A Musical Comedy" by Fred Thompson. Music by Paul A. Rubens. Produced by The Messrs. Shubert at the Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1914 - 15) starring James Blakeley, Lauri De Frece, Laurie Desmond, George Grossmith, Iris Hoey, Madge Saunders, Fay Compton, Douglas Scott-Montagu, Cyril Chadwick, Dorothy Maynard, Mabel Long, etc. Directed by Edwin T. Emery. Songs include: "When the Boys Came Home to Tea," "Play Me That Tune," I'd Like to Bring My Mother," etc.
102 Tons of Money : "A VINTAGE Farce" by Will Evans and Valentine. Produced by the National Theatre, London (1992) starring Simon Cadell, Polly Adams, Michael Gambon, Diane Bull, etc. Directed by Alan Ayckbourn.
102 Tony!Tony!Tony! : "An Evening of music from Tony Award winning shows 1951-2009" conceived by Terry Thomas and Gregory Ruffer, Produced by the Variations Show Choir at Central Florida Community College, Ocala (2010) starring Jason Abis, Brett Augustine, Ashley Brown, Chelsey Greeting, Anthony Gilardi, James Wesley Hunter, Kayla Kopeck, Joshua Korn, Ashley Kreisman, Katelyn McClain, Vanessa Quinones, Corrin Schmittling, Heather Simsay, Brandon Teems and Inge Uys. Directed by Terry Thomas. Music directed by Gregory Ruffer. Choreographed by Terry Thomas, Peter Stark and Gregory Ruffer. Songs include: "Some Enchanted Evening," "Send in the Clowns," "On My Own," "What I Did For Love," "Memory," "It Takes Two," "A Brand New Day," "Cell Block Tango," "You're Just in Love," "Rhytthm of Life," "I'm Alive," etc.
102 Tony N' Tina's Wedding : Book by the Artificial Intelligence Company.Various productions (NYC and San Francisco - c. 2005-2010) starring Sharon Angela, Rick Pasqualone, Celeste Russi, Ken Garito, etc.
102 Too Late The Phalarope : Book by Robert Yale Libott (From the novel by Alan Paton). Produced Mary K. Frank at various theatres (1956) starring Barry Sullivan, Finlay Currie, Alan Napier (Most famous as "Alfred the Butler" on television's "Batman"), Paul Mann, Geoffrey Horne, Byron Russell, Kurt Cerf, etc. Directed by John Stix.
102 Too Many Boys : Book by William McD. Stucky. Music by Jack G. Eisenberg. Produced by The Yale Dramatic Association (New Haven - 1940) starring Charles P. Aberg, James P. Furniss, John R. Finch, Robert C. Lewin, etc. Directed by Burton G. Shevelove. Choreographed by Dean Godel