American Theatre Companies, 1888-1930

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character actress ( 1918); Edythe Lawrence, ingenue ( 1920); Laura Lee, ingenue ( 1921- 22); Ralph Lee ( 1918-21); Albert McGovern, leading man ( 1919, 22); Richard Mack, comedian ( 1921-22); Mira McKinney, leading lady ( 1922). Alex McLaughlin; Rupert Macleod; Robert Manning; John Meehan, leading man ( 1919); Marie Miller, leading lady ( 1922); Lillian Mischell; J. Burke Morgan, leading man ( 1919); William Morse, heavy ( 1918-20); Marguerite Motie; Mary Nelson; J. Randall O'Neill ( 1920); Cleora Orden; Sam Orton; Melba Palmer, character actress ( 1922); Thomas Pawley; Lea Penman, second lead ( 1919); Charles D. Pitt; Ralph Potter; Eugene Powers, character actor ( 1919); Edward Roberts; Margaret Robinson, character actress ( 1921); Lora Rogers, character actress ( 1919-20); Marjorie Ryne; Walter R. Siegfried ( 1919); Ruth E. Stone; E. Forrest Taylor, leading man ( 1921); Barry Townsley, leading man ( 1920); Sarah Truax, visiting star ( 1921); Ethel Tucker, character actress ( 1919); Clinton Tustin, juvenile ( 1919-22); Emmett Vogan, light lead ( 1919-20, 1922); Kahrl Vose; Stanley Wagner, juvenile ( 1919); Charles Waltman; Virginia Watkins; Richard Weight ( 1918); George Wellington, leading man ( 1920); Hazel Whitmore, leading lady ( 1918-20, 1921-22); Jack Whittemore; Glenmar Witt.

REPERTORY (incomplete)

1918-19: Cheating Cheaters, Hit-the-Trail Holiday, Charley's Aunt, The Master Mind, Mam'zelle, Outcast, A Woman's Way, Upstairs and Down, Sis Hopkins, The Cinderella Man, The Thirteenth Chair, Nothing but the Truth, Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, Nearly Married, Within the Law, The House of Glass, Where the Trail Divides, The Show Shop, In Old Kentucky, Jerry.

1919-20: Here Comes the Bride, De Luxe Annie, Fair and Warmer, Ready Money, A Texas Steer, Happiness, Her Own Money, Baby Mine, Pollyanna, The Traveling Salesman, The Unkissed Bride, Come Out of the Kitchen, The Talker, Polly with a Past, She Walked in Her Sleep, A Stitch in Time, Peg o' My Heart, Jim's Girl, Some Baby, Her Husband's Wife.

1920-21: Mary's Ankle, Parlor, Bedroom and Bath, At 9:45, Please Get Married, Captain Kidd, Jr., Kick In, Wedding Bells, Tell It to Jane, The Common Law, Madame X.

1921-22: Smilin' Through, The Girl in the Limousine, Turn to the Right, Widow by Proxy, A Tailor Made Man, Divorcons, Merely Mary Ann, Moonlight and Honeysuckle, A Woman's Way, Adam and Eva, Our Wives, Blind Youth, Cappy Ricks, The Eternal Magdalene, Nothing but the Truth, Over the Hill.


Published Sources:

Billboard, 1920-22.

Spokane Spokesman-Review, 1918-22.

Laurilyn J. Harris



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