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Other Works

  • Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • The Passing Show of 1916 (1916). Musical revue.
  • Over the Top (1917). Musical revue.
  • Ziegfeld Follies of 1920 (1920).
  • The Greenwich Village Follies (1924). Musical revue. Music by Cole Porter; Lyrics by Cole Porter, Irving Caesar and John Murray Anderson. Featuring songs by Isham Jones. Choreographed by Jack Manning. Directed by John Murray Anderson. Shubert Theatre: 16 Sep 1924- 3 Jan 1925 (127 performances). Cast: Roshanara, Robert Alton, Bobbe Arnst, Don Barclay, America Chedister, George Christie, James Clemons, Maisie Clifton, Ethel Davies, Billie De Rex, Jennie Dolly, Rozsika Dolly, Georgie Hale, Vincent Lopez, Ludmilla, Charles Mack, George Moran, James Naulty, Dorothy Neville, George Rasely, John Sheehan, Julia Silvers. Produced by The Bohemians, Inc., A.L. Jones and Morris Green.
  • The Greenwich Village Follies (1925). Musical revue.
  • No Foolin' (1926). Musical revue.
  • Earl Carroll's Vanities (1926). Musical revue.
  • Rainbow (1928). Musical romance.
  • Once in a Lifetime (1930). Comedy. Written by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Music Box Theatre: 24 Sep 1920- Sep 1931 (unknown closing date/406 performances). Cast: Frances E. Brandt (as "Mrs. Walker"), Jane Buchanan (as "A Voice Pupil"), Spring Byington (as "Helen Hobart"), George Casselberry (as "One of Three Scenario Writers"), Payson Crane (as "Bellboy"), Louis Cruger (as "Weisskopf"), Janet Currie (as "Phyllis Fontaine"), Jean Dixon (as "May Daniels"), Walter Dreher (as "Rudolph Kammerling"), Marie Ferguson (as "Miss Fontaine's Maid"), Stanley Fitzpatrick (as "Page"), Eugenie Frontai (as "Florabel Leigh"), Harold Grau (as "Mr. Flick"), Charles Halton (as "Herman Glogauer"), Virginia Hawkins (as "Miss Chasen"), John O. Hewitt (as "Electrician"), George S. Kaufman (as "Lawrence Vail"), Marc Loebell (as "Ernest"), Edward Loud (as "Miss Leigh's Chauffer/Leading Man"), Charles Mack (as "Miss Fontaine's Chauffer") [final Broadway role], Georgia MacKinnon (as "Script Girl"), Burton Mallory (as "One of Three Scenario Writers"), Leona Maricle (as "Miss Leighton"), William McFadden (as "Meterstein"), Edwin Mills (as "Page"), Grant Mills (as "Jerry Hyland"), Irving Morrow (as "Bishop"), Hugh O'Connell (as "George Lewis"), Sally Phipps (as "Susan Walker"), Oscar Polk (as "Porter"), Kempton Race (as "One of Three Scenario Writers"), Robert Ryder (as "George's Secretary"), Otis Schaefer (as "Coat Check Girl"), Dorothy Talbot (as "Miss Leigh's Maid"), Frances Thress (as "Bridesmaid"), Clara Waring (as "Cigarette Girl"), Jack Williams (as "Electrician"). Produced by Sam H. Harris. Note: Mr. Berlin had no direct involvement with this production aside from theatre ownership (with Sam Harris).

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