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Originally produced (1928) and directed by Arthur Hopkins. Music by Sigmund Romberg (Portrayed by Jose Ferrer in the 1954 biopic, "Deep in My Heart") and Harry Carroll. Originally produced (1959) by Joel Spector and Sylvia Harris and directed by Jerome Chodorov. Maloney's Delemma [sic.] : or "Come Down and We'll Make It Pleasant for You" produced by Pat Maloney's Irish Comedy Company at Blanchard's Opera House (Montpelier, VT - 1888) starring Pat Maloney, Will Yeager, Maude Werner, Bosa Hatch, etc. Produced by the Equity Players at the 48th Street Theatre (NYC - 1922) starring Jane Cowl (Through the courtesy of Selwyn and Company), Jessie Ralph, Rollo Peters, John Parrish, etc. Mamba's Daughter : Book by Dorothy and Du Bose Heyward (Based on the novel by Du Bose Heyward). Originally produced (1930) by The Professional Players and directed by H. Man In The Dog Suit, The : "A Comedy" by Albert Beich and William H. Various productions (1957 - 71) starring Jessica Tandy, Hume Cronyn, Cathleen Nesbitt, Clinton Sundberg, Carmen Mathews, Carol Murphy, Jack Dunathan, Linda Swartz, Tom Hatten, Richard Darrow, James Odom, Jenna Mc Mahon (Award winning writer - "The Carol Burnett Show," "Soap," etc.), Marjorie Bennett, Jayne Carvel, Hank Stohl, etc. Produced by the Forum Laboratory of the Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles - 1977) starring Russell Johnson ("The Professor" on television's "Gilligan's Island"), Bill Irwin, Barry Brown, etc. Mandarin, The : "A Play of Another World" by Herman Bernstein. Various productions (1899 - 1900) starring Charles Walcot, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Mary Mannering, Alison Skipworth, Cyril Maude, Winifred Emery, etc. Brandt at the Forrest Theatre (NYC - 1943) starring Eddie Dowling, Wendell Corey, Lorraine Mac Martin, Howard Smith, etc. Manhatters, The : "An Intimate Musical Review" with sketches by Alene Erlanger and George S. Langdon and Eric Hudson at the Bastable Theatre (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Theodore Babcock, Duncan Preston, Thad Shine, Herman Hirshberg, Blanche Douglass, etc. Man's Estate : Book by Beatrice Blackmar and Bruce Gould. Shubert at various theatres (1910 -11) starring Mary Mannering, Ruth Holt Boucicault, Helen Ormsbee, Ernest Perrin, Mark Short, etc. Manor Of North Stead, The : Book by William Douglas Home. Various productions (1897 - 1918) starring John Drew, Arthur Byron, Graham Henderson, Isabel Irving, Elsie De Wolfe, Henry Miller, Ruth Chatterton, Lowell Sherman, Billie Burke (Wife of Florenz Ziegfeld), Lucile Watson, Frank Kemble Cooper, Lewis Sealy, Cyril Maude, Sydney Valentine, Winifred Emery, Sutton Barnes, etc. Produced by Sol Hurok and "Theatre De France" at New York City Center (1964) starring Madeleine Renaud, Jean-Louis Barrault, Luis Masson, Simone Valere, Denise Benoit, etc. Various productions (1902 - 14) starring Marie Tempest, Leonard Boyne, Gilbert Hare, Ellis Jeffreys (By Kind Permission of Mr. on television,), Bill Glover, Edward Andrews, Nan Martin, Helen Page Camp, etc. Marriage Of Reason, A : "The New Modern Comedy' by J. Produced by Klaw and Erlanger at Wallack's Theatre (NYC - 1907) starring Kyrle Bellew, Fannie Ward, Julia Dean, Margaret Fuller, Frederic De Belleville, Conway Tearle, Lord Delcombe, etc. Produced at the Rockford Opera House (Illinois - c. Mc Sorley's Twins : "The Merry-Go -Round of Fun" by Wilmer and Vincent. Produced at various theatres (1975 - 76) starring Linda Hopkins as "Bessie Smith," Thomas M. Wife of Bob Fosse), Ray Walston ("Damn Yankees" on Broadway, "South Pacific," "The Apartment," "Fast Times at Ridgemont High," etc. Original 1986 production directed by Mike Ockrent and choreographed by Gillian Gregory. Produced at the Bastable Theatre (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring George Bickel, Harry Watson, Jr., Ed Lee Wrothe, Gertrude Hoffman, etc. Me Nobody Knows, The : Book by Herb Schapiro (Based on the book edited by Stephen M.
Maggie Flynn : "A New Musical" with book, music and lyrics by Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore and George David Weiss in collaboration with Morton Da Costa (Based on an idea by John Flaxman). Songs include: "The Thank You Song," "Maggie Flynn," "I Won't Let It Happen Again," "Never Gonna Make Me Fight," "Pitter Patter," "Mr. Songs include: "Naughty Young Prince," "Chimes of Normandy," "Nobody's Darling," etc. Produced by The Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), Centre International De Creations Theatrales and The Royal Shakespeare Theatre at the BAM Majestic Theatre (NY - 1987) starring Miriam Goldschmidt, Corinne Jaber, Tam-Sir, Urs Bihler, Richard Fallon, Bruce Myers, Yoshi Oida, etc. Maid And The Mummy, The : "A Musical Melange" with book and lyrics by Richard Carle. Produced by The Carle Amusement Company Enterprise at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Richard F. Produced by The Bostonians (No location listed - 1902) starring Frank Rushworth, Grace Van Studdiford, Henry Clay Barnabee, Adele Rafter, Albert Wilder, Belle Harper, etc. Maid Of Cashmere, The : "The Celebrated Ballet Opera" produced at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London - 1835). Maid Of Honour, The : or "The Siege of Sienna" produced at various theatres in Great Britain (1832 - 40) starring Tyrone Power (Grandfather of the film star) and others. Tripp Edgar, King Fordham, Dora Hole, Ada Potter, Gertrude Templeton, Edith Fenton, etc. Originally produced (1960) by The Theatre Guild and Dore Schary and directed by Dore Schary (President of MGM, 1951- 56). Make Mine A Manhattan : Book by John Murray Anderson. Various productions (1940 - 82) starring Elliott Nugent, Amanda Randolph ("Make Room for Daddy," "Amos and Andy," etc.), Don De Fore ("Hazel"), Leon Ames ("Meet Me in St. Produced at the Selwyn Theatre (NYC - 1927) starring James Norris, Burke Royce, Edward Hale, Doris Vinton, Sally Bates, Raymond Knight, Aida Ward, etc. Various productions (1962 - 68) starring Clifton James, Olympia Dukakis, Ken Kercheval (Co-star of television's "Dallas"), Michael Conrad (Co-star of television's "Hill Street Blues"), David Spielberg, Terry Lomax, Helena Carroll, Charles Durning, Marshall Efron, John Heffernan, Jenny Egan, Michael Granger, David Spielberg, etc. Songs include: "We Are Not Alone," "You've Got to Build Up Your Resistance," "Always Goodbye," "The Pom Pom on Your Hat', etc. Produced by David Belasco at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1915) starring Frances Starr, Marie Wainwright, Alice Martin, Sally Williams, Henry Vogel, Paul Stanley, etc. Produced by the Mint Theatre Company (NYC - 2012) starring Rod Brogan, Janie Brookshire, Katie Fabel, Kristin Griffith, Roderick Hill, Julie Jesnick, Patricia Kilgarriff, Graeme Malcolm, Douglas Rees, Erica Swindell, Jill Tanner, etc. Marjolaine : "The New Musical Play" by Catherine Chisholm Cushing (Adapted from "Pomander Walk" by Louis N. France ("The Justly Famous Star"), Harry Fielding, Charles Edwards, Ada West, Harry Lewis, Annie Filson, etc. Marquis De Sade's "Philosophy In The Boudoir," The : Book by Eric Kahane (Translated by Alex Szogyi). Weldon at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre (Stratford Upon Avon - 1972) starring Glynis Johns ("A Little Night Music" on stage, "Mary Poppins" on film, etc.), Richard Todd, Barry Sinclair, etc. Marriage : "An Utterly Incredible Incident" by Nicolai Gogol. Songs include: "Over the Hills in Monterey', "The Mendocino Stroll," "Hand in Hand," "June Is In the Air," "Irish Husband," "The Futurist Twirl," "I'm Not a Silly Little Billy," "Very Little Time for Loving," etc. The Marriage of Bette and Boo : Book by Christopher Durang. Produced at the Royal Court Theatre (London - 1965) starring Peter Collingwood, Frank Thornton, Lee Montague, Roy Kinnear ("Help," The Three Musketeers," etc. Produced by Laurence Feldman at the Westport Country Playhouse (Westport, CT - 1963) starring Hal Holbrook, Loring Smith, Carol Rossen, etc. Mad Bargain, A : "A New and Altogether Original Three-Act Play of Laughter" by John J. Mad Honeymoon, The : Produced by The Norway Players (NY) at various theatres (1929) starring Stuart Goodwin, Rosie Merrill, Don Partridge, Eva Evirs, Winfred Edminster, etc. Mad Show, The : "A New Musical Revue Based on Mad Magazine" by Larry Siegal and Stan Hart (Conceived by Steven Vinaver). Madame de Sade : "American Premiere" by Yukio Mishima (Translated by Donald Keene). Madame X : "A Drama" by John Raphael (Adapted from the work of Alexandre Bisson). Various productions (1910 - 43) starring Dorothy Donnelly, Maurice Drew, Cecil Kern, Lou Tellegen, Aldrich Bowker, May Buckley, Helen Courtney, Adeline Dunlap, Eugenie Blair, Harry Stafford, Vera Atwood, Jane Cowl, Mc Kay Morris, Percy Helton, Jayne Cotter, Audrey Lindley, Frank Wilcox, John Ireland, etc. Madcap Princess, A : "A New Comic Opera" with book and lyrics by Harry B. Dillingham at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse, NY - No date) starring Lulu Glaser, William Pruette, Bertram Wallis, Maurice Simms, etc. Produced at various theatres (1932 - 33) starring Grace George, Alice Brady, A. Mademoiselle Nitouche : "The Comic Vaudeville" by H. Various productions (1948 - 2008) starring Martita Hunt, John Carradine, Estelle Winwood, Nydia Westman, Jonathan Harris ("Lost in Space"), Harold Grau, Alan Shayne, Lois Sorin, Paul Byron, James Ramsey, Vladimir Sokoloff, Martin Kosleck, Clarence Derwent, Florence Reed, Melville Cooper, Tom Bosley ("Happy Days"), Guy Sorel, Robert Quarry ("Count Yorga, Vampire"), Alan Oppenheimer, Melinda Dillon, Aline Mac Mahon, Robert Prosky, Stephen Joyce, James Broderick (Father of Matthew Broderick), Jane Alexander, Violet Dunn, Earl Montgomery, Zoe Caldwell, James Ragan, Sue Ann Park, Vincent Baggetta, Eva Le Gallienne, John Garfield, Jr., Sylvia Sidney, Leora Dana, Jane Seymour, Enid Wintsch, Catherine Anne Hayes, Frank Copeland, Mary Sue Fridge, Miskit Airth, Marylin Boyle, James Fox, Wade Taylor, Patricia Morton, Lola D' Annunzio, Joan Ostroff, Laura Esteramn, David Seder, Allison Ford, Daniel Lanning, etc. Billed with "Hermine" by Charles Thomas starring Eric Lewis, Sydney Brough, Florence Wood, etc. : "A New Musical Based on the Songs of ABBA" by Catherine Johnson. Billed with "The Bugle-Call" by Louis Parker and Addison Bright starring Joseph Wheelock, Jr., John R. Stewart, Peter Brandon, Keith Baxter, Sarah Burton, William Roderick, Bruce Gordon ("Frank Nitti" on television's"The Untouchables"), Norman Sorrell, Lee Arnett, West Dobson, Faye Dunaway, William Bogert, Roger C. Produced by Charles Frohman at various theatres (1903 - 06) starring Charles Hawtrey, Fred Thorne, Henry Kemble, Henry Stephenson, Herbert Ross, Fanny Brough, Maude Shelton, Adie Burt, etc. Man From Cook's, The : "The New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Henry Blossom (Adapted from the French of Maurice Ordonneau). Produced by Klaw and Erlanger at the New Amsterdam Theatre (NYC - 1912) starring Walter Percival, Leslie Kenyon, Marion Murray, Eleanor Pendleton, May Leslie, Daisy Rudd, etc. Songs include: "Little Tin Soldier," "We Can't Do Without the Men," "A Little Pot of Tea," "Just As You Are," etc. Various productions (1897 - 1911) starring William Collier, Reginald Mason, Paula Marr, Walter Perkins, Lillian Sefton, Violet Rand, Ralph Kellard, Ralph Locke, Lewis Parmenter, Vaughan Glaser, Walter Allen, William Redmond, Laura Hope Crews ("Aunt Pittypat" in "Gone With the Wind"), Frances Starr, Dan Mason, etc. Savage at the Tremont Theatre ("The Safest Theatre in Boston" - 1906) starring George O' Donnell, Walter Lawrence, Hattie Arnold, Helen Hale, Lucy Tonge, etc. Produced at the Olympic Theater (Chicago - 1912) starring Edward E. Billed with two other plays by George Bernard Shaw, "Androcles and the Lion" and "The Great Catherine". Man On The Box, The : "An American Comedy" by Grace Livingston Furniss (A dramatization of Harold Mac Grath's novel). Dixey, Sydney Booth, Oliver Doud Byron, John Westley, Edith Bellows, Carlotta Nillson, Ralph Murphy, Reginald Denny, Alma Tell, Albert Roscoe, etc. Produced by The Cherry Lane Players (NYC - 1924)) starring Bert Young, Esther Belford, Thurston Macauley, Sarah Truax, Reginald Travers, Walter Plunkett, etc. Man Who Built The Fence, The : "A Spectacular Satire" with book and lyrics by Barney Gerard. Produced by Miner and Gerard at Miner's 8th Avenue Theatre (NYC - 1910) starring Charles J. Produced by Andre Bishop for Playwrights Horizons (NYC - 1981) starring Michael Rupert, Alison Fraser, Stephen Bogardus, James Kushner and Chip Zien. Songs include: "4 Jews in a Room Bitching," "My Father's a Homo," "A Tight-Knit Family," "Father to Son," etc. Produced by The Theatre Union at the Bayes Theatre (NYC - 1937) staring Charles Kuhn, Charles Smith, Rex Ingram, Robert Reed, Lester Lonergan, Jr., Frances Bavier ("Aunt Bee" on "The Andy Griffith Show"), Curt Conway, Martin Wolfson, Lester Lonergan III, etc. Russell, Patricia Clary, Gertrude Richie, Dean Reed, Laurette Allen, etc. O' Hara will sing the following songs during the performance especially written for the play: 'The Kind of Girl I Mean', 'I' m Falling in Love With You Dear', "Peggy Mc Vey', 'There's a Charm of Dear Old Ireland in Your Eyes' ". ," "All Things Bright and Beautiful," "A Moment With You', "There Won't Be Trumpets," "So Many People," etc. Songs include: "I Want To Go Back to the Boulevard," "Cousin of Mine," "I Want to Wed a Soldier Boy," "I Love You in My Dum, Dum Dummy Way," etc. Mary Of Magdala : "A Drama" by Paul Heyse (Management of Harrison Grey Fiske). Panelist on television's "The Match Game"), Zohra Lampert, Barry Newman, Louise Edmonds, etc. Mayflowers : "A Play With Music" with book and lyrics by Clifford Grey (Based on a play by Arthur Richman). Produced at Graff and Jacob's Grand Opera House (Utica, NY - 1897) starring Rich K. Loder, George Leslie, Annie Dunn, Frank Russell, etc. Mackerel Plaza, The : Book by William Mc Cleery (Based on the novel by Peter De Vries). Powers at the Hollis Street Theatre (Boston - 1892) starring James T. Herbert Mack, Richard Carle, Rachel Booth, Delia Stacy, etc. Pretorius" in the film "The Bride of Frankenstein"), Valerie Cossart, Eric Portman, etc. Shubert at various theatres (1927 - 28) starring Mitzi ("The World's Greatest Comedienne"), Sydney Greenstreet, Ethel Morrison, Harry Puck, Arthur Treacher, Marie Dayne, etc. ," "Honeymooning Blues," "Step to Paris Blues," etc. Produced for Festival Latino 1990 and the New York Shakespeare Festival at the Harold Prince Theatre (Annenberg Center - University of Pennsylvania), Philadelphia (1990) starring Betiana Blum, Adrian Ghio, Marta Bianchi, Luis Brandoni, Marta Vidal and Luis Abreau. Produced by The Cambridge Arts Theatre Trust and Norman Marshall's Company at Theatre Royal, Bristol (1943) starring Pamela Brown, Mary Hinton, Peter Copley, Greta Wood, Ninka Dolega, etc. Mademoiselle : Book by Jacques Deval (Adapted by Grace George). Various productions (1954 - 58) starring Julie Harris, Edna Best, Eli Wallach, Sam Jaffe, Harry Bannister, Frank Silvera, William Windom, Mikhail Rasumny, Nehemiah Persoff, Lee Phillips, Alan Coates, Sarah Burton, Tom Bosley, etc. Joseph and Jay Julien and Directed by Harold Clurman. Grismer and Leo Detrichstein (Adapted from the French of Mm. Produced by Charles Dillingham at the Knickerbocker Theatre (NYC - 1906) starring Fritzi Scheff, William Pruette, Walter Percival, Leo Mars, Edna Fassett, Ada Meade, Bertha Holly, etc. Produced by The Players Company at the Lenox Hill Theatre (NYC - 1923 - 24) starring Nance O' Neil, Irene Shirley, Helen Jackson, Clinton Owen, Frances Williams, Geronimo Villarino, etc. Madwoman Of Chaillot, The : Book by Jean Giraudoux (Adapted by Maurice Valency). Herbert Adams at the Windsor Theatre (London - 1926) starring Alison Skipworth, Walter Kingsford, Alf Helton, Basil Rathbone (By courtesy of Charles Frohman, Inc.), Hazel Whitmore, etc. Magdalena : "A Musical Adventure" by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan and Homer Curran. Produced at the Royal Court Theatre (London - 1888) starring John Hare, Arthur Cecil, Eric Lewis, John Wood, Annie Hughes, etc. Cyclops" on film), William Redfield, Carol Goodner, David J. Produced at the Selwyn Theatre (NYC - 1926) starring Peg Entwistle (Most famous for committing suicide by leaping from the "H" in the "Hollywoodland" sign), Gavin Muir, George Graham, Curtis Cooksey, Ethel Martin, etc. Man Higher Up, The : "An American Play" by Edith Ellis (Based on the novel by Henry Russell Miller). Produced at the Bastable Theatre (Syracuse, NY - 1896) starring Donald Robertson, Brandon Douglas, Everet King, Augustin Duncan, William Morris, etc. Various productions (1957 - 58) starring Geraldine Kay, George Mc Glynn, Frank Roach, David Rayborn, Karen Pack, etc. Howell" on television's "Gilligan's Island"), Josephine Hull ("Arsenic and Old Lace," ("Harvey," etc.), Dorothy Stickney ("Life With Father," etc.), etc. March Of The Falsettos : "A New Marvin Musical" by William Finn. Lawson) : Book by John Howard Lawson ("The Hollywood Ten"). Preminger (Character actor and film and theatre director and producer), Leif Erickson, etc. Produced by Norman Loring at Theatre Royal, Haymarket (London - 1931) starring Marie Tempest, Charles Hickman, Alan Napier ("Alfred the Butler" on television's "Batman"), Clare Greet, Lola Duncan, Whimore Humphreys, etc. Produced at the Stamford Theatre (CT - 1919) starring Fiske O' Hara, Robert H. Arthur at the Illinois Theatre (Chicago - 1907) starring Marie Cahill, Nellie Lynch, Mark Smith, Bessie Graham, Mary Worthington, etc. Aubrey Smith, Lennox Pawle, Francis Lister, Orlando Daly, etc. Produced by Ethel Linder Reiner and Jack Lawrence at The Playhouse (NYC - 1958) starring Richard Derr, Patricia Smith, Alice Ghostley, Brett Somers (Wife of Jack Klugman. Shubert at the Forrest Theatre (NYC - 1925) starring Joseph Santley, Ivy Sawyer, Robert Woolsey (Of the comedy team, "Wheeler and Woolsey"), Nancy Carroll, Ivy Sawyer, etc. Mamma's Affair : "The Harvard Prize Play" by Rachel Barton Butler. Songs include: "It's a 'andy Thing to Have About the 'ouse," "Rob Roy Tam O' Shanter O' Brien," "My Almond - Eyed Boy," "Don't Start No Argerment," etc. Additional lyrics and scenes by Clifton Bingham and E. Billed with "Mary Stuart" by John Drinkwater starring Charles Francis, Russ Whytal, Clare Eames, Charles Waldron, Thurston Hall, etc. Various productions (1907 - 13) starring Holbrook Blinn, George Fawcett, Douglas Fairbanks, John Emerson, Lillian Kemble, Charles Mackay, Harold Russell, Harry Mills, Joseph Sweeney, Forrest Orr, Harrison Ford, etc. Produced at the Globe Theatre, London (1990) starring Gareth Hunt, Louisa Rix, Diane Bull, David Cunningham, Daniel Collings, Nigel Planer, Carlan Dewar, Lisa Richards, Shirley-Anne Selby, Tessa Worsley, Paul Stewart, Terence Booth, etc. Lawrence Weber at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1932) starring Claude Rains, Carleton Young, Jean Arthur, Julien Garfied (John Garfield), etc. Produced at various theatres (1913 -14) starring Marie Tempest, John Alexander ("Uncle Teddy Roosevelt" in the original play and film, "Arsenic and Old Lace"), Herbert Ross, Norman Loring, Barbara Fenn, Kenyon Musgrave, etc. Wife of Skitch Henderson), Scott Forbes, Irene Worth, Max Adrian, John Colicos, William Hutt, Ellis Rabb, Tony Carlin, Jacqueline Antaramian, Michael Countryman, Monique Fowler, Adam Greer, John Benjamin Hickey, Maria Tucci, Guy Paul, Brian Murray, Shubert in association with Mary Kirkpatrick at various theatres (1923) starring Louise Huff, Ben Lyon, William Hanley, John Kirkpatrick, etc. Various productions (1954 - 62) starring Ruth Gordon, Eileen Herlie, Loring Smith, Arthur Hill (Television's "Owen Marshall - Counselor-At-Law"), Esme Church, Philip Leeds, Robert Morse ("How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying"), Gretchin Hauser, Judge Springer, Patricia Cutts, Leonardo Cimino, Gertrude Berg (Star of "The Goldbergs" on television), Milo Boulton, Frances Sternhagen, Archie Smith, Sydney Walker, Melva Lou Blancett, Karl Janssen, Barbara A. Morron, Sam Levene, Eric Porter, Peter O' Toole, etc. Harkins, Robert Neil, Frederick De Vere, Cecil Wallace, Annie Dunbar, Constance Wallace, etc. at the Forrest Theatre (NYC - 1926) starring Bernie Goe, Juliette Day, Olga Steck, Jack Squire, Rodolf Badeloni, John Park, etc. 1963) starring James Karen, Frances Sternhagen and Marlene Warfield. Maude Of The Tenderloin : "The Laughable Farcial Success" produced at the Olympic Theatre (No location or date listed) starring Charles Barton, Charles Mack, Annie Dunn, Dot Webster, Mamie May, Lilly May, etc.
Various productions (1988 - 90) starring John Rubinstein, George N. Songs include: "Dancing Queen," "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do," "Mamma Mia," "S. S.," "Take a Chance on Me," "The Winner Takes It All," etc. Abelos, William Burress, Harry Kelly, Olive Wallace, Lillian Stanford, etc. Produced at the Royal Court Theatre (London - No date) starring Robert Pateman, Joseph Tapley, Lawrence Grossmith, Arthur Playfair, Florrie Wilson, etc. at the Ritz Theatre (NYC - 1921) starring Deems Taylor, Ernest Hunter, Austin Strong, George Mitchell and Henry Clapp Smith. Various productions (1963 - 2011) starring Charles Boyer, Austin Willis, Jane Downs, William Smithers, Louise Sorel, Geoffrey Keen, Barry Justice, Frank Langella, Adam Driver, Francesca Faridany, Zach Grenier, Brian Hutchison, Virginia Kull, Michael Siberry, etc. Smelko, Isa Thomas, Polly Holliday ("Flo" on television's "Alice"), Jack Masters, Robert Harris, Dick O' Neill, Jeff Morrow, Robert Donley, Leonard Rossiter (Star of "The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin" on BBC TV), Frank Shelley, Dan Jesse, Thomas C. Songs include: "I, Don Quixote," "Dulcinea," "I'm Only Thinking of Him," "Little Bird, Little Bird," "The Impossible Dream (The Quest)". Man Of The Hour, The : "A Modern Play" by George Broadhurst. Produced at the Shubert-Princess Theatre (Chicago - No date) starring Howard Hall as "Abraham Lincoln". Produced at the Madison Square Theatre (NYC - 1889 - 90) starring Maurice Barrymore (Patriach of the Barrymore acting family), Walden Ramsey, Henry Woodruff and Nannie Craddock. Dwight Rogers, Walsh Baldwin, Mary Nash, Dudley Clements, Nick Long, William Masson, etc. Mooney" on television's "The Lucy Show"), Frances Reid, Ezra Stone (Radio's "Henry Aldrich"), Betty Linn, Jack Collins, John Bailey, Alexander Woolcott (Portraying "Sheridan Whiteside," a character based on himself), Erik Rhodes, Minnie Dupree, Lyle Bettger, Sidney Stone, Clifton Webb, Barry Sullivan, Dale Bugos, Bennett Stephens, George Lessey, Hubert Harper, Mark Hammer, Elizabeth Ashley, June Barrie, Harold Innocent, Peter Postlethwaite, Peggy Mondo, Charles Crowley, Roscoe Lee Browne, Bruce Weitz (Co- star of television's "Hill Street Blues"), Paul Casella, Norman Ferdinand, Virginia Hammond, George Brengel, etc. Produced by Arthur Hammerstein (Uncle of Oscar Hammerstein II) and L. Songs include: ""The Love Nest," "Every Time I Meet a Lady', "That May Have Satisfied Grandma," "When a Woman Exits Laughing," "Mary" (by George M. Mary Goes First : "A New and Original Comedy" by Henry Arthur Jones. Mary Jane's Pa : "A Comedy Drama" by Edith Ellis Barker. Produced by the Theatre Guild at various theatres (1933 - 54) starring Helen Hayes, Philip Merivale, Helen Menken (Wife of Humphrey Bogart), Cecil Holm, Moroni Olsen, Leona Powers, George Coulouris, Anthony Kemble-Cooper, Ernest Lawford, Percy Waram, Philip Foster, Ian Keith, Pauline Frederick, Stanley Ridges, Kent Smith, Edith Meiser, Max Latham, Anthony Zappa, etc. The 1954 revival was produced by Richard Aldrich and directed by John Stix. on film), Peter Weil, Eva Le Gallienne, Signe Hasso, Staats Cotsworth, Patrick Waddington, Sydney Walker, Adelaide Ristori, Kate Clifton, Claire Scott, Nelson George, S. Coburn, Gwen Watford, Leonard Rossiter (Star of "The Rise and Fall of Reginald Perrin" on BBC television), Norman Tyrrell, Faye Emerson (Wife of Elliott Roosevelt, the son of FDR. Produced by Arnold Mittelman at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami, FL - 1989) starring Peter Anthony, Jr., Ray Frewen, K. Lupp, Seth Swoboda, Tony Lillo, Ronald Keaton, etc. Matchmaker, The : "Comedy" by Thornton Wilder ("Hello, Dolly" is the musical version of this play). Matinee Hero, The : "An Original Play" by Leo Ditrichstein and A. Produced by Elliot Martin at the Shubert Theatre (New Haven - 1965) starring Van Johnson, J. Cannon, Marian Winters, Richard Mulligan, Paul Sorvino, Rick Lenz, etc. Produced by Erni Brown at the East End Theatre (NYC - c. Originally produced (1988) by Stuart Ostrow and David Geffen and directed by John Dexter. Various productions (1985 - 2000) starring Charles S. Marion, Otis Harlan, Joseph Davis, Lillian Harper, etc. Mc Fadden's Elopement : "A Production Intended Solely to Make Mankind Merrier" by Frank Dumont. Mc Fadden's Row Of Flats : "Written For Laughing Purposes Only" by E. Lyrics by Marshall Barer, Larry Siegal, Stan Hart and Steven Vinaver. Produced by Charles Dillingham at the Olympic Theatre (St. Madam Ticklem's Seminary : "An Up-To-Date Operatic Musical Comedy" by Frank Dumont. Palmer at various theatres (1896) starring Harrington Reynolds, Charles Edwin, Edgar Norton, Amy Busby, Rose Coghlan, etc. Produced at various theatres (1895 - 1901) starring Augustus Cook, Harold Russell, Wallace Shaw, Jame K. Various productions (1910 - 13) starring Lina Abarbanell, Florence Mackie, Ignacio Martinetti, Billie West, Maude Irving, Ida May, Martha Ross, Emsy Alton, Flo Irwin, Frances Demarest, Jack Gardner, Annabelle Whitford, Daisy Fair, etc. Produced by Michael Codron at the Aldwych Theatre (London - 1986) starring Felicity Kendal, Peter Mc Enery, Benjamin Whitrow, Paul Shelley, David Yip, etc. Various productions (1999 - 2007) starring Louise Pitre, David W. Various productions (1950 - 62) starring Dorothy Gish, Peggy Ann Garner ("A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" on film), Richard Boone ("Have Gun, Will Travel"), Robert Emhardt, Don Hammer, Oliver Thorndike, Melinda Markey, Robert Horton ("Wagon Train" on TV), etc. Co-star of original stage production and film "The Boys in the Band"), Harrison Nelson, Richard A. Produced at various theatres (1908 - 13) staring William Hodge, Henry Jewett, Hassard Short, Olive Wyndham, Ida Vernon, Harold Russell, Arthur Bell, Walter Marshall, Harry Farnham, etc. Produced by Daniel Frohman's Company at Daly's Theatre (NYC - 1900) starring John Mason, Edward Morgan, William Courtenay, Grant Stewart, Hilda Spong, Cecelia Loftus, Alison Skipworth, etc. Songs include: "It's Nice to Be a Dutch Girl's Boy," "Sail Through the Skies," "Congress of Nations," etc. Various productions (1915 - 18) starring Isobel Elsom, Dennis Eadie, Stanley Logan, Viola Roach, Leon Gordon, H. Cat"), Vincent Gardenia, Diana Sands, Frederick O' Neal, etc. Man With A Load Of Mischief, The : "A Comedy" by Ashley Dukes. Young at the Actors' Playhouse (NYC - 1980) starring Suzanne Henry and Craig Lucas. Produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company (London - 1975) starring Paul Rogers, Estelle Kohler, Mia Farrow, John Boswall, Norman Tyrrell, Oliver Cotton, etc. Marseilles : Book by Sidney Howard (Adapted from the work of Marcel Pagnol). Barker, Mary Mersch, Jane Heron, Violet Howard, etc. Marvelous Wonderettes, The : "50s and 60s Musical Comedy" by Roger Bean produced at the Ocala (FL) Civic Theatre (2011) starring Laura Brahim, Vanessa Quinines, Marcy Butler, Celia Bills, Shane Bass, Jason Bartosic, Stephen Butler and Ray Cooper. Songs include: "It's My Party," "Lollipop," "It's In His Kiss," "Mister Sandman," "Allegheny Moon," "Stupid Cupid," "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me," "Leader of the Pack," "Son of a Preacher Man," etc. Various productions (1961 - 65) starring Barbara Bel Geddes, Barry Nelson (The first actor to portray "James Bond" on a television production of "Casino Royale" - 1954), Michael Wilding ("The Day the Earth Stood Still" on film), Betsy von Furstenberg, John Cromwell (Famed film director - "Since you Went Away" and father of James Cromwell), John Dittman, Lynne Ellen Hollinger, Pat Baskin, Betty Neighbors, Patricia Smith, Jeffrey Lynn, John Lasell, Clinton Sundberg, Heddie Bates, Mindy Carson, Irene Kane, Henry Sutton, Roger Newmman, Clark Hartman, Diana Colson, Julia Meade, Scott Mc Kay, Tom Helmore, Diana Lynn, Tom Poston, Edward Mulhare, William Glennon, Jack Bell, Ann Willis, Randolph Tallman, Biff Mc Guire, Michael Evans, Teresa Wright, Nancy Olson, Carrie Nye (Wife of Dick Cavett), Murray Hamilton (Co-star of "Jaws" on film), Pippa Scott, etc. Fiske (Minnie Maddern Fiske), Henry Woodruff, Scott Craven, James Young, Tyrone Power (Father of the film star), Ida Hamilton, Frank Mc Cormack, etc. Originally produced (1921) by Charles Frohman and directed by Iden Payne. Scanlan) include: "Plain Molly O," "Ring the Bells," "The Little Christmas Tree," "The Auld Countrie," etc. Produced by Gerald Gordon at the Hollywood Center Theatre (CA - 1976) starring Leland Murray, Jeanne Lucas and Tommy Breslin. May Blossom : "The Great Madison Square Theatre Success" by David Belasco. May Wine : "A New Musical Play" by Frank Mandel (Based on a story by Wallace Smith and Eric Von Stroheim). James Theatre (NYC - 1935) starring Walter Slezak, Robert Sloane, Walter Woolf King, Nancy Mc Cord, Patricia Calvert, Leo G.