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  • (1902 - 1938) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1902) Stage Play: Julius Caesar. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Costume/Scenic Design by Alma Tadema. Herald Square Theatre: 1 Dec 1902- Jan 1903 (closing date unknown/50 performances). Cast: Carl Ahrendt, Albert G. Andrews, A.E. Anson, B.L. Clark, Clarence Cochran, Hamilton Coleman, J.E. Delmar, W.H. Denny, Edward Fitzgerald, Arthur Forrest (as "Marc Antony"), Arthur Greenaway (as "Julius Caesar"), Dorothy Hammond, Mona Harrison, Joseph Haworth (as "Cassius"), S.M. Hendricks, Maude Hoffman, Edward Holland, Leslie Kenyon, Henri Laurent, Octave Lozon, Richard Mansfield (as "Marcus Brutus"), Frank Mason, Grant Mitchell [Broadway debut], W.T. Simpson, Frazer Smith, William J. Sorelle, Phillip Stokes, M.E. Tilden, Ernest C. Warde, Henry Wenman, F. West, Clarence White. Produced by Richard Mansfield.
  • (1903) Stage Play: Glad of It. Drama. Written by Clyde Fitch. Savoy Theatre: 28 Dec 1903- Jan 1904 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Edward Abeles, Gypsey Alcott, E.H. Barlab, John Barrymore [Broadway Debut], Alice Brittain, Frank Brownlee, Thomas Burns, Karlene Carman, Edward Collins, Clifford E. Constable, Rosa Cook, J.R. Cooley, Adelaide Hendricks, Rose Hubbard, Millie James, Emma Janvier, Gerald Kelly, Josephine Mack, Rosa Marston, Thomas Meighan, Georgie Mendum, Prince Miller, Grant Mitchell, William Palmer, Florida Pier, Fanny Addison Pitt, Phyllis Rankin, Anita Rothe, Leonora Ruiz, Zelda Sears, Hassard Short (as "Reginald Norton"), Olive Spencer, Robert Warwick, Lucile Watson (as "Clarita Baxter"), Charles Wentz, Claire Winston, Jim Wyke. Produced by Charles Frohman. Note: Historically significant as John Barrymore's Broadway debut.
  • (1903) Stage Play: Cousin Billy. Comedy/Farce. Written by Clyde Fitch. Based on "Le Voyage de Monsieur Perrichon" by Eugène Labiche and Edouard Martin. Directed by Clyde Fitch. Criterion Theatre: 2 Jan 1905- Mar 1905 (closing date unknown/76 performances). Cast: Edward Abeles, Beatrice Agnew, Edith Barker, Freeman Barnes, Marion Brooks, Alexander Brunn, Rosa Cook, Charles J. Greene, Jean Hubbell, Angela Keir, Ora Lee, William Lewers, Grant Mitchell, Sydney Rice, May Robson, Arthur Row, Zelda Sears, Francis Wilson. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1906) Stage Play: The Mountain Climber. Comedy/farce. Adapted from the German farce by C. Kraatz. Written by M. Neal. Directed by Ben Teal. Criterion Theatre: 5 Mar 1906- Apr 1906 (closing date unknown/55 performances). Cast: Joseph Allen, Harrison Armstrong, Edith Barker, Joseph Brennan, Walter Dickenson, Augustin Duncan, Elsa Garrett, Charles J. Greene, Angela Keir, William Lewers, Herbert Marion, Grant Mitchell, Ellen Mortimer, Sidney Rice, May Robson, George S. Spencer, Francis Wilson. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1906) Stage Play: The House of Mirth. Drama. Written by Edith Wharton and Clyde Fitch. Scenic Design by Frank Platzer. Directed by Clyde Fitch. Savoy Theatre: 22 Oct 1906- Nov 1906 (closing date unknown/14 performances). Cast: Alan Allen, Albert Bruning, Alexander Brunn, Charles Bryant, Fay Davis, Frank De Kum, Florence Earle, Lumsden Hare, Duncan Harris, Mrs. Hartley, Charles W. Lane, Jane Laurel, Grant Mitchell, Hubert Neville, Olive Oliver, Alice Putnam, Isabel Richards, Katherine Stewart, Emily Wakeman. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1907) Stage Play: The Toymaker of Nuremberg. Written by Austin Strong. Scenic Design by Ernest M. Gros. Garrick Theatre: 25 Nov 1907- Dec 1907 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Carl Ahrendt, Harrison Armstrong, Consuelo Bailey, Leo Bechtel, William Bechtel, Rosa Cooke, Mathilde Cottrelly, W.J. Ferguson, Raymond Hackett [Broadway debut], Grant Mitchell, Edward Morrissey, Archibald Rosamund, Frank Sheridan, Leo Herbert White, Frank Wunderlee. Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • (1908) Stage Play: The Call of the North. Written by George Broadhurst. Directed by Robert Edeson. Hudson Theatre: 24 Aug 1908- Sep 1908 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Francis Byrne, Robert Peyton Carter, M.W. Chambers, Burke Clarke, Helen Dahl, Laurence Eddinger [credited as Lawrence Eddinger], Robert Edeson, James B. Garfield, Macy Harlam, DeWitt Jennings, Thomas McGrath, Grant Mitchell, Olive Oliver, Beatrice Prentice, David Torrence, Marjorie Wood. Produced by Henry B. Harris. Note: Filmed by Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Company as The Call of the North (1914).
  • (1908) Stage Play: Myself -- Bettina.
  • (1908) Stage Play: The Chaperon. Written by Marion Fairfax. Directed by Felix Edwardes. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 30 Dec 1908- Feb 1909 (closing date unknown/62 performances). Cast: J.R. Crauford, Maxine Elliott, Ada Gilman, Mahlon Hamilton, William Harrigan, Rene Kelley, Julian L'Estrange, Albert Mayer, Grant Mitchell, Theodore M. Morris, Georgia O'Ramey, Suzanne Perry, Louise Rial, Thomas Thorne, Oza Waldrop, Alice Wilson.
  • (1909) Stage Play: An American Widow. Written by Kellett Chambers. Hudson Theatre: 6 Sep 1909- Oct 1909 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Joseph Adelman, Harriet Davis, Maggie Fielding, Grace Filkins, John Flood, Harris L. Forbes, Margaret Grey, Grant Mitchell, Frederick Perry, T. Tamamoto, Thomas Thorne, Eleanor Washington. Produced by Henry B. Harris.
  • (1909) Stage Play: The Next of Kin. Written by Charles Klein. Hudson Theatre: 27 Dec 1909- Jan 1910 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Joseph Adelman, Minna Adelman, Harry Davenport, Wallace Eddinger, Maggie Fielding, Maurice Franklin, Agnes Marc, Grant Mitchell, Edwin W. Morrison, Frederick Perry, Hedwiga Reicher, Anita Rothe, Frank Sheridan, Fred W. Strong, Alice Wilson, George A. Wright. Produced by Henry B. Harris.
  • (1910) Stage Play: Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford. Musical comedy/farce. Written and directed (and music) by George M. Cohan. Gaiety Theatre (moved to George M. Cohan's Theatre on 13 Feb 1911- close): 19 Sep 1910- unknown (424 performances). Cast: Ida Lee Caston, Spencer Charters (as "Tom Donahue, A Pinkerton Detective"), Edward Ellis, Daniel Gold, Grace Goodall, Hale Hamilton (as "J. Rufus Wallingford, a Get-Rich Quick Man"), Fletcher Harvey (as "E.B. Lott, of the Midland Valley Lines"), George K. Henery, Horace James, J.C. Marlowe, Frederick Maynard, Grant Mitchell (as "Edward Lamb"), Scamp Montgomery, Russell Pincus, Purnell Pratt, Frances Ring, Frederick Seaton, Daniel Sullivan, Marie Taylor, Fay Wallace. Produced by Cohan and Harris (Sam Harris).
  • (1912) Stage Play: Years of Discretion. Comedy. Written by Frederic Hatton and Fanny Hatton. Directed by David Belasco. Belasco Theatre: 25 Dec 1912- Jun 1912 (closing date unknown/190 performances). Cast: Lyn Harding (as "Christopher Dallas"), Effie Shannon (as "Mrs. Farrell Howard"), Mabel Bunyea (as "Anna Merkel") [Broadway debut], Grace Edmondston (as "Bessie Newton"), E.M. Holland (as "Metz"), Herbert Kelcey (as "John Strong"), Bruce McRae (as "Michael Doyle"), Robert McWade (as "Amos Thomas"), Grant Mitchell (as "Farrell Howard Jr."), Ethel Pettit (as "Lily Newton"), Alice Putnam (as "Mrs. Margaret Brinton"). Produced by David Belasco.
  • (1914) Stage Play: It Pays to Advertise.
  • (1921) Stage Play: The Champion. Comedy/farce. Written by A.E. Thomas and Thomas Louden. Directed by Sam Forrest. Longacre Theatre: 3 Jan 1921- Jun 1921 (closing date unknown/121 performances). Cast: Robert Lee Allen (as "Mr. Mooney"), Ann Andrews (as "Lady Elizabeth Galton"), Robert Ayrton (as "Marquis of Harroween"), Lucy Beaumont (as "Jane Burroughs"), Gordon Burby (as "Lord Brockington"), Horace Cooper (as "Earl of Chuffleigh"), Arthur Elliott (as "John Burroughs"), Rosalinde Fuller [credited as Rosalind Fuller] (as "Mary Burroughs"), Gerald Hamer (as "David Burroughs"), Harold Howard (as "Mr. Coykendall"), A.P. Kaye (as "Mayor of Knotley"), Grant Mitchell (as "William Burroughs"), Desiree Stempel (as "Antoinette"), Henry Warwick (as "Baron Halloway"), Frank Westerton (as "George Burroughs"), Tom Williams (as "Frank Smith"), Robert Williamson (as "Simmons"). Produced by 'Sam H. Harris (IV)'.
  • (1921) Stage Play: The Hero. Drama.
  • (1922) Stage Play: Kempy. Comedy. Written by J.C. Nugent and Elliott Nugent. Directed by Augustin Duncan. Belmont Theatre: 15 May 1922- Jun 1922 (closing date unknown/38 performances). Cast: Robert Lee Allen, Helen Carew (as "Jane Wade") [Broadway debut], Jessie Crommette, Grant Mitchell (as "Duke Merrill"), Elliott Nugent, Lotus Robb (as "Katherine Bence"). Produced by Richard G. Herndon. Note: Filmed by MGM as Wise Girls (1929).
  • (1923) Stage Play: The School for Scandal. Comedy (revival). Written by Richard B. Sheridan. Lyceum Theatre: 4 Jun 1923- Jun 1923 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Albert G. Andrews (as "Moses"), Ethel Barrymore, Albert Bruning, John Craig, Henry F. Dixey, John Drew, Etienne Girardot (as "Mr. Crabtree"), Walter Hampden, Violet Kemble Cooper, 'Ernest Lawford, Robert Mantell, Carroll McComas (as "Maria"), Grant Mitchell, McKay Morris, Charles Richman, Charlotte Walker, Reinald Warrenrath, Francis Wilson, Thomas A. Wise. Produced by the Players Company Inc.
  • (1923) Stage Play: The Whole Town's Talking. Comedy.
  • (1924) Stage Play: The Habitual Husband. Comedy.
  • (1925) Stage Play: Spooks. Farce.
  • (1925) Stage Play: One of the Family. Comedy. Written by Kenneth Webb. 49th Street Theatre: 21 Dec 1925- Jul 1926 (closing date unknown/238 performances). Cast: Georgia Backus (as "Lucy Adams") [final Broadway role], Beulah Bondi (as "Maggie"), Louise Closser Hale (as "Miss Priscilla Adams"), Edward Donnelly (as "Martin Burke"), Leila Frost (as "Penelope Adams"), Kay Johnson (as "Joyce Smith"), Grant Mitchell (as "Henry Adams"), Mary Phillips (as "Irene Adams"), Raymond Van Sickle (as "George Adams"), Fleming Ward (as "Frank Owens"). Produced by John Tuerk.
  • (1927) Stage Play: Baby Cyclone. Farce.
  • (1929) Stage Play: All the King's Men. Comedy/drama. Written by Fulton Oursler. Directed by Priestly Morrison. Fulton Theatre: 4 Feb 1929- 4 Mar 1929 (32 performances). Cast: Hugh Huntley (as "Gilbert Saylor"), Mrs. Jacques Martin (as "Mrs. Rhodes"), Mayo Methot (as "Florence Wendell"), Grant Mitchell (as "Walter Fairchild"), Bobby Mullin (as "Junior Fairchild"). Produced by Lew Cantor.
  • (1929) Stage Play: A Tailor-Made Man. Comedy (revival).
  • (1936) Stage Play: Battle Hymn. Drama. Written by Michael Blankfort and Michael Gold. Directed by Vincent Sherman. Experimental Theatre: 22 May 1936- 25 Jul 1936 (72 performances). Cast: Katherine Arden, Mony Ash, Donald Barrie (as "Rev. Romney/Ensemble in Prologues and Epilogue"), Harry Bonnick, William Burbridge, Grover Burgess (as "John Brown"), Horace Casselberry, Margery Christian, Michael Cisney, Hattie Cline, Rose Cooper, James J. Coyle, Ora Day, Agnes Delano, Ruth Forst, Agnes Gildea, Georgia Graham, R. Henry Handon, Anthony Heathe, Lee Hillery, Philip Hilton, Richard Huett, Leslie Hunt, Lada Ladova, Lucia Lull, Gita Lurie, Alan MacAteer, Lida MacMillan, Manny Manisoff, Ruth Marcusson, Grant Mitchell, Mary Morrison, David Palmer, Curtis Parker, Lewis Paul, Ann Peters, Brandt Peters, Joseph Pevney (as "Oliver Brown") [Broadway debut], Robin Radin, Cortell Ramey, Hilda Reis, Amelia Romano, Herbert Rudley, Edward Segal, Arthur W. Shackett, Alfreda Sill, Arthur Spencer, Arthur Spenser, Gerald Stone, Laura Strassman, Charles P. Thompson, William Triest, Sidney Vereker, Helen Wainright, George Ward, Jeffrey Warnick, Florence Warren, Ringgold Watts, Peter White, George Whittington, Aldeah Wise, Philip Woodward, George Yessner. Produced by The Federal Project of the Works Progress Administration (WPA).
  • (1937) Stage Play: Tide Rising. Drama.
  • (1938) Stage Play: Ringside Seat. Melodrama. Written by Leonard Ide. Scenic Design by Lawrence L. Goldwasser. Directed by Rufus Phillips. Guild Theatre: 22 Nov 1938- Nov 1938 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: Richard Abert (as "A Young Man"), John Adair (as "Hingham"), Harry Antrim (as "Fitzgerald"), William Balfour (as "Another Deputy"), Sanford Bickart (as "Berg"), Frederic Clark (as "Phillipson"), G. Pat Collins (as "Siever") [final Broadway role], Jean Croix (as "Harold's Mother"), Haldor deBecker (as "Harold"), Roc Galvann (as "A Socialite"), Jacquelyn Green (as "Mother Jones"), Leo Herbert (as "Sam Hodge"), Casper Kuhn (as "Laundryman"), Louise Larabee (as "Mrs. Burton"), Pass Le Noir (as "A Deputy"), Dave Mallen (as "Dodd"), Grant Mitchell (as "Orrin Sturgis"), Russell Morrison (as "Hazelton"), Roy Roberts (as "Mother Jones") [final Broadway role], Mary Rolfe (as "Mary Sturgis"), Frank Rothe (as "Haskell"), Irene Scott (as "Hattie"), Lucia Seger (as "Mrs. Sturgis"), Marion Sittler (as "Jenny"), Garney Wilson (as "Feeny"), Harry Young (as "Tuttle"). Produced by Rufus Phillips.
  • (1946) He acted in George S. Kaufman's play, "The Late George Apley," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Taylor Holmes in the cast.

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