American Theatre Companies, 1888-1930

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Tosca, Merely Mary Ann, Niobe, Cameo Kirby, The Melting Pot, Camille, Lovers' Lane, Audrey, Jim, the Penman, Mrs. Dane's Defense, The Dawn of a Tomorrow, Charley's Aunt, Oliver Twist, The Lottery Man, Three of Us, The Crisis, Diplomacy, The Middleman, My Friend from India, Leah the Forsaken, Twelfth Night, Mam'zelle, Uncle Tom's Cabin, The Lost Paradise, Faust, Bachelors and Benedicts, Carmen, The Brixton Burglary, In the Palace of the King.

Summer 1912 (The Davis Stock Company at the Grand Theatre): The Spendthrift, Green Stockings, Mistress Nell, What Happened to Jones?, Captain Swift, Bobby Burnit, Billy, Dora Thorne, Facing the Music, Her Great Match, The Second Mrs. Tanqueray.

1912-13 (The Davis Players at the Duquesne Theatre): Charity Ball, Arizona, The Notorious Mrs. Ebbsmith, When Knighthood Was in Flower, Hello Bill, The Love Route, Under Two Flags, The Amazons, The Greatest Thing in the World, Under the Law, The Strange Adventures of Miss Brown, Pretty Peggy, The Seven Sisters, The Other Girl, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, The Wolf, East Lynne, Little Lord Faunsleroy, Frou Frou, Seven Days, Are You a Mason?, All of a Sudden Peggy, An American Widow, The Adventures of Lady Ursula, Leah Kleschna, Mary Jane's Pa, The Passing of the Third Floor Back, The Wife, Article 47, Much Ado About Nothing, The Chorus Lady, The Man from Home, The Commuters, The Deep Purple, The Return of Eve, Pomander Walk, A Trip to Chinatown, Alias Jimmy Valentine, Butterfly on the Wheel.

Summer 1913 (The Davis Players at the Grand Theatre): The Awakening of Helene Richie, The Third Degree, Everyman, Graustark, A Midnight Bell, The Girl of the Golden West, A Woman's Way, The Warrens of Virginia, The Woman, The Man on the Box, The Virginian.

1913-14 (The Davis Players at the Duquesne Theatre): The World and His Wife, Sweet Kitty Bellairs, Forty-Five Minutes from Broadway, The Master of the House, Our Wives, Brought Home, Bunty Pulls the Strings, The Time, the Place and the Girl, Zaza, The Only Son, The Man of the Hour, Gloomy Fanny, The Witching Hour, The Three Twins, Paid in Full, St. Elmo, A Country Mouse, A Stubborn Cinderella, The Dawn of a Tomorrow, The Girl in Question, The Yellow Jacket, The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary, The Mastermind, The Lion and the Mouse, Checkers, The Aviator, The Man from Mexico, The Eternal City, Trilby, Oliver Twist, Madame Sherry, Such a Little Queen, Elevating a Husband, The Stranger, Secret Service, A Scrap of Paper.

Summer 1914 (The Davis Players at the Grand Theatre): As Ye Sow, Pierre of the Plains, The Attack, Are You a Mason?, Men, The Lottery Man, Mrs. Dane's Defense.

1914-15 (The Davis Players at the Schenley Theatre): Bella Donna, Magda, The Lily, Cousin Kate, Her Own Money, The New York Idea, Mrs. Dot, The College Hero, The Ghost Breaker, Tess of the Storm Country, He Fell in Love with His Wife, The Gingerbread Man.

From February 15, 1915 as The Famous Davis Players at the New Davis Theatre: Baby Mine, The Argyle Case, Stop Thief, Maggie Pepper, Broadway Jones, The Yankee Consul, Disraeli, The Misleading Lady, The Third Party, Kindling, Within the Law, Ready Money, A Celebrated Case.


Published Sources:

The Gazette Times, Pittsburgh, 1896- 1915.

Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette, 1896- 1915.

Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, 1896- 1915.


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