Other Works

  • Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • The Lady in Red (1919). Musical comedy. Music by Robert Winterberg. Book by Anne Caldwell. Lyrics by Anne Caldwell. Adapted from the German of Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald. Musical Director: J. Albert Brown. Featuring songs by Walter Donaldson and George Gershwin. Featuring songs with lyrics by Irving Caesar and Lou Paley. Directed by Frank Smithson. Lyric Theatre: 12 May 1919- 21 Jun 1919 (48 performances). Cast: Franklyn Ardell, Bertee Beaumont, Audrey Burton, Robert Casey, Louis Christy, Helen Coles, Irene Corlett, Walter Croft, Francesca Devens, Dora Duby, George Elsing, The Glorias, Dorothy Godfrey, Alice Gordon, Jean Hamilton, Lucie Inge, John Kenyon, Donald MacDonald, Ruth MacTammany, Edmund Makalif, Vonda Marine, Dana Mayo, Gladys Miller, Ruth Mitchell, Neil Moore, Tom Richards, Donald Roberts, Adele Rowland, May Sheldon, Selwa Sheldon, Lillian Stewart, Marcella Swanson, Harry Turpin, William Warren, Harry Williams. Produced by John P. Slocum.
  • The Circus Princess (1927). Musical/operetta. Music by Emmerich Kálmán. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Book by Harry B. Smith. Based on the Viennese original by Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald. Musical Director: Alfred Goodman. Costume Design by Ernest Schrapps. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster. Directed by J.C. Huffman and Marcel Varneli. Winter Garden Theatre: 25 Apr 1927- 8 Oct 1927 (192 performances). Cast: Bill Arnold (as "Ensemble"), Arthur Barry (as "Prince Palinsky"), George Bickel (as "Pelican"), Michael Brent (as "Ensemble"), William Browne (as "Ensemble"), Russell Bryant (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Chamber (as "Ensemble"), Karin Colon (as "Ensemble"), Thomas Coppe (as "Ensemble"), Billy Culloo (as "Porter/Ensemble"), Fred Derrick (as "An Old Clown"), Ted Doner (as "Toni Schlumberger"), Edward Donohue (as "Ensemble"), Tom Donohue (as "Ensemble"), Herbert Eaddy (as "Ensemble"), Gloria Foy (as "Mabel Gibson"), Rose Gordon (as "Ensemble"), Edouard Grobe (as "Footman"), Jessica Hagenah (as "Ensemble"), Poodles Hanneford (as "First Cossack/Bus Boy"), Stanley Harrison (as "Baron Sakuskine"), George Hassell (as "Grand Duke Sergius"), Virginia Hassell (as "Barmaid/Ensemble"), John Henry (as "Archbishop"), Frank Horn (as "Lieutenant Petrovitch/Ensemble"), Paul Jones (as "Ensemble"), Starr West Jones (as "Nicholas/Grand Duke's Adjutant/Ensemble"), Florence Kowalewska (as "Ensemble"), Oscar Lowande (as "A Clown"), Margaret Luerssen (as "Ensemble"), Herbert Lyle (as "Paul/An Officer/Ensemble"), Donald McGill (as "Ensemble"), Wilma Miller (as "Ensemble"), Marie Minor (as "Ensemble"), Gerald Moore (as "Ensemble"), Raymond Moore (as "Ensemble"), Florence Morrison (as "Frau Schlumberger"), James C. Morton (as "Pinelli/Second Cossack/First Waiter"), Phyllis Newkirk (as "Ensemble"), Robert Emmett O'Connor (as "Stanislavsky"), Katherine O'Neale (as "Ensemble"), Mary Patterson (as "Ensemble"), Guy Robertson (as "Prince Alexis Orloff/Mr. X"), Edmund Ruffner (as "Commissionaire/Majordomo"), Alfred Russ (as "Ensemble"), Katherine Scheerer (as "Ensemble"), Bob Schutte (as "Ensemble"), Harry Shackelford (as "Constantine/Ensemble"), Stella Shields (as "Ensemble"), Desiree Tabor (as "Princess Fedora Palinska"), Joseph Toner (as "Ivan Panin"), Sam True (as "Ensemble"), Roy Vitalis (as "Loris/Ensemble"), Eleanor Witmar (as "Ensemble"), Max Wolfe (as "Ensemble"), John Zimmerman (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (June 2, 1925 - August 1925) Oscar Straus, Alfred Gruenwald and his musical, "Cleopatra," was performed at the Daly's Theatre in London, England with Evelyn Laye, Alex Fraser, Jay Laurier, Neta Underwood, John E. Coyle, Ninon Zaria, Shayle Gardner, Carl Brisson, and Tilly Brisson in the cast.
  • The Laughing Husband (1914). Musical comedy. Book and lyrics by Arthur Wimperis. Music by Edmund Eysler. Based on the German "Der lachende ebemann" by Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald. Featuring songs by Pedro de Zulueta. Musical Director: Gustave Salzer. Directed by Edward Royce. Knickerbocker Theatre: 2 Feb 1914- 14 Mar 1914 (48 performances). Cast: Gertrude Andea (as "Chorus"), Roy Atwell (as "Lutz Nachtigall"), Marie Barbara (as "Chorus"), Nigel Barry (as "Hans Zimt"), Betty Callish (as "Hella Bruckner"), Dorothy Chesmond (as "Marie"), Jeanne Crane (as "Chorus"), Jessie Crane (as "Chorus"), Frances Demarest (as "Etelka"), Leonard Feiner (as "Baldrian"), Venita Fitzhugh (as "Dolly"), George Fredericks (as "Chorus"), Marie George (as "Chorus"), William Gibney (as "Chorus"), Josephine Harriman (as "Dancer"), Beatrice Hoover (as "Chorus"), Constance Hunt (as "Chorus"), Josie Intropodi (as "Lucinda"), Frank Kenny (as "Chorus"), Regina Knott (as "Chorus"), Margaret Langdon (as "Chorus"), O.L. Love (as "Chorus"), Jack Mehl (as "Chorus"), Bert B. Melville (as "Wiedehopf"), Margurete Milford (as "Chorus"), Florence Moll (as "Chorus"), George Mortimer (as "Chorus"), Kenneth Munro (as "Chorus"), John Daly Murphy (as "Herr von Basewitz"), Yetla Nicoll (as "Chorus"), William Norris (as "Mr. Rosenrot"), Genevieve O'Hara (as "Dancer"), Irene Palmer (as "Juliette"), Beatrice Percell (as "Chorus"), Paul Pollock (as "Chorus"), Courtice Pounds (as "Ottokar Bruckner"), Quentin Todd (as "Dancer"), Eve Turner (as "Chorus"), Fred Walton (as "Andreas Pipelhuber"), Gustav Werner (as "Count Selztal"), Dorothy West (as "Chorus"), Evelyn Wildner (as "Chorus"), Gertrude Wilson (as "Chorus"). Produced by Charles Frohman.
  • Countess Maritza (1926). Musical/operetta. Music by Emmerich Kálmán. Book by Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald. Lyrics by Julius Brammer and Alfred Grunwald. Lyrics adapted by Harry B. Smith. Directed by J.J. Shubert. Shubert Theatre: 18 Sep 1926- 25 Jun 1927 (321 performances). Cast: Hugh Chilvers (as "Tscheko"), Yvonne D'Arle (as "Countess Maritza"), Florence Edney (as "Princess Bozena Klopensheim"), Arthur Geary (as "Lazlo"), Vivian Hart (as "Lisa"), George Hassell (as "Prince Populescu"), Louis E. Miller (as "Bela Torek"), Harry K. Morton (as "Zingo"), Odette Myrtil (as "Manja"), Marjorie Peterson (as "Freda"), Carl Randall (as "Baron Koloman Szupan"), Arthur Rogers (as "Nepomuk"), Frank Sinnott (as "Servant"), C.H. Tolman (as "First Officer"), Nathaniel Wagner (as "Stefan"), Walter Woolf King (as "Count Tassilo Endrody"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1922) Stage Play: The Rose of Stamboul. Musical/operetta. Music by Leo Fall and Sigmund Romberg. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Book by Harold Atteridge. Based on the Viennese operetta by Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald. Musical Direction by Alfred Goodman. Additional music by Jean Schwartz. Additional lyrics by William Jerome and Alex Gerber. Costume Design by Charles Le Maire. Choreographed by Allan K. Foster. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Century Theatre: 7 Mar 1922- 10 Jun 1922 (111 performances). Cast: Dorothy Addison (as "Ensemble"), Violet Anderson (as "Ensemble"), Irma Ansell (as "Ensemble"), Irving Arnold (as "Ensemble"), James Barton (as "Bob, the Valet"), Ottilia Barton (as "Saada"), Sibylla Bowhan (as "Maada"), William Brandt (as "Ensemble"), Betty Brown (as "Ensemble"), Olive Brown (as "Ensemble"), Alice Burns (as "Ensemble"), Bunny Castle (as "Ensemble"), Marion Courtney (as "Ensemble"), Alice Curry (as "Ensemble"), Jeanne Danjou (as "Ensemble"), Leonora Darcy (as "Ensemble"), Margot Dawson (as "Ensemble"), Ann Delafield (as "Ensemble"), Mlle. Desha (as "Desha"), Katherine Duffy (as "Ensemble"), Mary Dunne (as "Ensemble"), Sol Feldman (as "Ensemble"), Rae Fields (as "Ensemble"), Hazel Frisbie (as "Ensemble"), Jenee Gibson (as "Ensemble"), Marion Green (as "Achmed Bey"), Alice Harris (as "Ensemble"), Lon Hascall (as "Abdul, Guard of the Harlem"), Peggy Hoffman (as "Ensemble"), Rapley Holmes (as "Rodney Smith, Howard's Father"), Harry Howell (as "Ensemble"), Corinne Jackson (as "Ensemble"), Thelma Johns (as "Ensemble"), Kitty Kane (as "Ensemble"), Margaret Kearns (as "Ensemble"), Monica Keefe (as "Ensemble"), Mary Kissell (as "Ensemble"), Fraun Koski (as "Ensemble"), Tessa Kosta (as "Kondja Gul"), Elmira Lane (as "Bul-Bul"), Naro Lockford (as "Hassan"), Zita Lockford (as "Haidee"), John V. Lowe (as "Neidjal"), Kay MacCausland (as "Ensemble"), Alice Mack (as "Ensemble"), Margaret Mackay (as "Ensemble"), Katherine Manion (as "Ensemble"), Trude Marr (as "Ensemble"), Oscar Martin (as "Ensemble"), R.B. Marwick (as "Ensemble"), Belle Mazelle (as "Fatima"), Myrtle McCloud (as "Ensemble"), Jack McGowan (as "Howard Rodney Smith"), Dolores Mendez (as "Ensemble"), Helen Nelidova (as "Helen"), Alla Nova (as "Ensemble"), Helen O'Brien (as "Ensemble"), John O'Hanlon (as "Ensemble"), Clifton Randall (as "Ensemble"), Elizabeth Reynolds (as "Desiree, Kondja's Companion"), Edna Richmond (as "Ensemble"), Maude Satterfield (as "Guzela"), Jack Scott (as "Jack"), Madeline Soisson (as "Ensemble"), Felicia Sorel (as "Felicia"), Renee Theorine (as "Ensemble"), Jean Thomas (as "Ensemble"), Lillian Wagner (as "Durlane"), Sally Wagner (as "Ensemble"), Henry Warwick (as "Kemel Pasha"), Elizabeth Wash (as "Ensemble"), Marjorie Wayne (as "Emire"), Peggy White (as "Ensemble"), Emma Wilcox (as "Baada"), Mabel Withee (as "Midili, Kondja's Dearest Friend"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.
  • (1943) Alfred Grunwald and his operetta, "Countess Maritza," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Helen Gleason and Donald Gage in the cast. Frank Carrington and Agnes Morgan were directors.
  • (1947) Alfred Grunwald and his musical, "Countess Maritza," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Helen Gleason, Donald Gage, and Clarence Nordstrom in the cast. Frank Carrington and Agnes Morgan were directors.

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