- (1926 - 1932) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
- (1926) Stage Play: Black Boy. Comedy/drama. Written by Jim Tully and Frank Mitchell Dazey. Directed by David Burton. Comedy Theatre: 6 Oct 1926- Nov 1926 (closing date unknown/37 performances). Cast: Robert Collyer (as "Squint"), James Ford (as "Eddie"), Edward Gargan (as "Whitey") [Broadway debut], Charles Henderson (as "Mauler"), Fuller Mellish Jr. (as "Shrimp"), Edward Redding (as "(as "Square Deal"), Paul Robeson (as "Black Boy"), G.O. Taylor (as "Chauffeur"), Henry Troy (as "Langhorne Dubree"), Percy Verwayen [credited as Percy Verwayne] (as "Yellow"), Edith Warren (as "Irene"), Major J. Andrew White (as "Radio Announcer"). Produced by Horace Liveright.
- (1927) Stage Play: Polly of Hollywood. Musical comedy.
- (1932) Stage Play: Face the Music. Musical comedy revue. Book by Moss Hart. Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Music by Irving Berlin. Musical Director: Frank Tours. Music orchestrated by Frank Tours, Robert Russell Bennett and Maurice De Packh. Scenic Design by Albert R. Johnson. Costume Design by Kiviette and Weld. Choreographed by Albertina Rasch. Staged by Hassard Short. Directed by George S. Kaufman. New Amsterdam Theatre: 17 Feb 1932- 9 Jul 1932 (165 performances). Cast: Thomas Arace, Ward Arnold (as "Postman"), Jack Barnes, Virginia Bethel, Mary Boland (as "Mrs. Meshbesher"), Mary Brooks, Dave Burns, Charles Burrows, Katherine Carrington, Dorothy Claire, Charles Coleman, Aida Conkey, Leslie Cornell, Ed Crosswell, Guy Daly, Maxine Darrell, Peggy Dell, Martin Dennis, Nancy Dolan, Bert Doughty, Elsie Duffy, Clyde Fillmore, George Ford, Edward Gargan (as "Mr. O'Rourke") [final Broadway credit], Jack Good, Frances Halliday, Rita Horgan, Elizabeth Houston, Valerie Huff, Jay Hunter, Vernon Jayson, Alice Kellerman, Irene Kelly, Mary Kennedy, Phil King, Dorothy Lamb, Jeanette Lea, Betty Lee, Margaret Lee, Clark Leston, Bob Long, Helen Lyons, Joseph Macauley (as "Rodney St. Clair, Prosecuting Attorney"), Ruth Martin, Vida McLain, Howard Morgan, J. Harold Murray (as "Pat Mason, Jr."), Fred Nay, Dorissa Nelova, Evelyn Nielson, Chester O'Brien, Emmett O'Brien, Mortimer O'Brien, Hugh O'Connell (as "Martin van Buren Meshbesher"), Pat O'Keefe, Oscar Polk (as "Rivington"), Wilma Roeloff, Etna Ross, Jack Ross, Jimmy Ryan, Jean Sargent, Peter Sargent, Martin Shepard, Stuart Steppler, Helen Thompson, Andrew Tombes (as "Hal Reisman"), Kathleen VanNoy, Mary Grace Van Noy, Dorothy Waller, Teddy West, Jack Wolfe, Dan Wyler. Produced by Sam Harris.