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The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21).
Vol. 17. Later National Literature, Part II.


XVIII. The Drama, 1860–1918.

Bibliography.


The following bibliography covers the most important dramatists of the period between 1860–1918. As far as possible, dates of the opening performances of plays are given, the city being New York unless otherwise stated. A *before the title of a play is indication that it is published.

BIBLIOGRAPHIES, COLLECTIONS, AND SOURCES FOR THE LATER HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN THEATRE

Atkinson, Dr. F. W. American Plays. A Private Catalogue. Brooklyn.
Becks Collection of Prompt Books in the New York Public Library. Bulletin, February, 1906.
Brinley American Library Catalogue.
Brown, T. Allston. History of the New York Stage, from the first performance in 1732 to 1901. 3 vols. 1903.
Crawford, Mary C. The Romance of the American Theatre. Boston, 1913.
Dickinson, Thomas H. Chief Contemporary Dramatists. Boston, 1915.
Dramatic Index. 1909, seq. Boston. (Under Drama, Theatre, Pageantry, Community, Moving Pictures, Little Theatres, etc.)
Harris, C. Fiske. Index to American Poetry and Plays in the Collection of. Providence. 1874; rev. ed., 1886.
Haskell, D. C. A List of American Dramas in the New York Public Library. 1916. See Bulletin, October, 1915.
Hutton, Laurence. Plays and Players. 1875.
Ireland, Joseph N. Records of the New York Stage from 1750–1860. 2 vols. 1866.
Moses, Montrose J. The American Dramatist. Boston, 1911. Famous Actor-Families in America. 1906. Representative Plays by American Dramatists. 3 vols. 1765–1917. 1917-.
Pence, James Harry. The Magazine and the Drama. 1896. (Dunlap Society.)
Phelps, H. P. A Record of the Albany Stage. 1880.
Quinn, A. H. Representative American Plays. 1917.
Roden, Robert F. Later American Plays. 1900. (Dunlap Society.)
Tompkins, Eugene, and Kilby, Quincy. History of the Boston Theatre. Boston.
Willard, G. O. History of the Providence Stage. 1762–1891.

BOOKS ON THE AMERICAN DRAMA, OR RELATING TO THE AMERICAN DRAMA

Adams, W. Davenport. Dictionary of the Drama. Philadelphia. 1904. (A-G.)
Andrews, Charlton. The Drama of To-day. Philadelphia, 1913.
Baker, George P. Dramatic Technique. Boston, 1919.
Burton, Richard. The New American Drama. 1913.
Cheney, Sheldon. The New Movement in the Theatre. 1914. The Art Theatre: A Discussion of its Ideals, its Organization and its Promise as a Corrective for Present Evils in the Commercial Theatre. 1917. The Out-of-Door Theatre 1918.
Cannon, Fanny. Writing and Selling a Play. 1915.
Calvert, Louis. Problems of the Actor. 1918.
Chandler, Frank W. Aspects of Modern Drama. 1914.
Clapp, John B., and Edgett, E. F. Plays of the Present. Dunlap Society Publications, 1902.
Clark, Barrett H. The British and American Drama of To-day. 1915. European Theories of the Drama: An Anthology of Dramatic Theory and Criticism. Cincinnati, 1918.
Dickinson, Thomas H. The Case of American Drama. Boston, 1915. Chief Contemporary Dramatists. Boston, 1915. The Insurgent Theatre. 1917.
Eaton, Walter P. The American Stage of To-day. Boston, 1908. At the New Theatre and Others. Boston, 1910. Plays and Players. Leaves from a Critic's Scrapbook. Cincinnati, 1916.
Grau, Robert. The Business Man in the Amusement World. 1910.
Hamilton, Clayton. Problems of the Playwright. 1917. Studies in Stagecraft. 1914. The Theory of the Theatre. 1910.
Hapgood, Norman. The Stage in America: 1897–1900. 1901.
Henderson, Archibald. The Changing Drama. 1914.
Hornblow, Arthur. History of the American Theatre. Philadelphia, 1919. 2 vols.
Hutton, Laurence. Curiosities of the American Stage. 1891. Plays and Plavers Boston, 1875.
Krows, Arthur E. Play Production in America. 1916.
Mackay, Constance D'Arcy. The Little Theatre in the United States. 1917.
MacKaye, Percy. The Civic Theatre. 1912. The Playhouse and the Play. 1900.
Matthews, Brander. A Book about the Theatre. 1916.
Moderwell, Hiram K. The Theatre of To-day. 1914.
Moses, Montrose J. The American Dramatist. Boston, 1917.
Nathan, George Jean. Another Book on the Theatre. 1915.
Phelps, William Lyon. The Twentieth Century Theatre. 1918.
Pierce, John Alexander. The Masterpieces of Modern Drama. 2 vols. Vol. 1. English and American. 1915.
Pollock, Channing. The Footlights Fore and Aft. Boston, 1911.
Rolland, Romain. The People's Theatre. 1918.
Ruhl, Arthur. Second Nights. 1914.
Shipman, Louis Evans. The True Adventures of a Play. 1914.
Winter, William. The Wallet of Time. 2 vols. 1913. Other Days, Being Chronicles and Memories of the Stage. 1908. Shadows of the Stage. 1892–95. 3 vols.

BIOGRAPHICAL

Anderson, Mary. A Few Memories. 1896.
Belasco, David. Story of My Life. (A serial in Hearst's Magazine, beginning March, 1914. See William Winter.) The Theatre Through Its Stage Door. 1919.
Creahan, John. Life of Laura Keene: Actress, Manager, and Scholar. 1897.
Daly, Joseph Francis. The Life of Augustin Daly. 1917. (See Augustin Daly under Dramatists.)
Dithmar, E. A. John Drew. 1900.
Drew, Mrs. John. Autobiographical Sketch. 1899.
Eytinge, Rose. Memories. 1905.
Frohman, Daniel (and Isaac F. Marcosson). Charles Frohman: Manager and Man. With an Appreciation by James M. Barrie. 1916.
Frohman, Daniel. Memories of a Manager. Reminiscences of the Old Lyceum and of Some Players of the Last Quarter Century. 1911.
Gilbert, Mrs. Memoirs. (In the Dunlap Society Publications, No. 11. is contained the Life of John Gilbert.)
Grossman, Edwina Booth. Edwin Booth: Recollections by his Daughter. 1894.
Howard, Bronson. In Memoriam. 1842–1908. 1910.
Jefferson, Eugénie Paul. Intimate Recollections of Joseph Jefferson. 1909.
——Joseph. Autobiography. 1889, 1890. (See Francis Wilson.)
Keese, W. L. Life of W. E. Burton. Dunlap Society Publications, No. 14. (See also his A Group of Comedians. Dunlap Society, n. s., 15, 1901.)
Kellogg, Clara Louise. Memoirs of an American Prima Donna. 1913.
McKay, F. E., and Wingate, C. E. L. Famous Actors of To-day. 2 vols. 1896.
Matthews, Brander. These Many Years. Recollections of a New Yorker. 1917.
——Brander, and Hutton, Laurence. Actors and Actresses in Great Britain and the United States, from the Days of David Garrick to the Present Time. 1750–1886. 1886. 5 vols.
Modjeska, Helena. Memories and Impressions. An Autobiography. 1910.
Morrell, T. H. Life of George Holland. (Privately printed, 1871.)
Morris, Clara. The Life of a Star. 1906.
Moses, Montrose J. Famous Actor-Families in America. 1906.
Pemberton, T. Edgar. Memoir of E. A. Sothern. (Re-issued by his son. as Lord Dundreary.)
Rinau, Dora. Diary of a Daly Débutante. Being Passages from the Journal of a Member of Augustin Daly's Famous Company of Players. 1910.
Sothern, Edward H. The Melancholy Tale of "Me": My Remembrances. 1916.
Stebbins, Emma. Charlotte Cushman: Her Letters and Memories of Her Life. Boston, 1878.
Wallack, Lester. Memories of Fifty Years. Introduction by Laurence Hutton. 1889.
Williams, John D. Charles Frohman.
Wilson, Francis. Joseph Jefferson. Reminiscences of a Fellow Player. 1906.
Wilstach, Paul. Richard Mansfield, the Man and the Actor. 1908. (See William Winter.)
Winter, William. John Brougham. 1881. Ada Rehan. 1891. Life and Art of Edwin Booth. 1893. Life and Art of Richard Mansfield. 2 vols. 1910. The Wallet of Time. 2 vols. 1913. Tyrone Power. 1913. Life of David Belasco. 2 vols. 1918.
Woollcott, Alexander. Mrs. Fiske: Her Views on Actors, Acting, and the Problems of Production. 1917. (See Frank C. Griffith's Mrs. Fiske. Washington, 1912.)

THE LITTLE THEATRE MOVEMENT

Aldis, Mary. *Plays for Small Stages. 1915.
Baker, George Pierce. *(Harvard Workshop Plays.) Vol. I, Plays of the 47 Workshop. Vol. II, Plays of the Harvard Dramatic Club. 1918.
*Portmanteau Plays. Stuart Walker. With Introduction by Edward Hale Bierstadt. Cincinnati. 1917. More Portmanteau Plays. 1919.
*Provincetown Plays. 1st series. 1916: Bound East for Cardiff. Eugene G. O'Neill; The Game. Louise Bryant; King Arthur's Socks. Floyd Dell. 2d series. 1916: Freedom. John Reed; Enemies. Neith Boyce and Hutchins Hapgood; Suppressed Desires. G. C. Cook and Susan Glaspell. 3d series. 1917: The Two Sons. Neith Boyce; Lima Beans. Alfred Kreymborg; Before Breakfast. Eugene G. O'Neill.
*Washington Square Plays. 1916. Drama League Series of Plays: The Clod. Lewis Beach. Bandbox Theatre, 10 Jan., 1916. (Harvard, March, 1914); Overtones. Alice Gerstenberg. Bandbox Theatre, 8 Nov., 1915; Eugenically Speaking. Edward Goodman. Bandbox Theatre, 19 Feb., 1915. (Comedy Theatre, 30 Aug., 1916); Helena's Husband. Philip Moeller. Bandbox Theatre, 4 Oct., 1915. (Comedy Theatre, 5 June, 1916.)
*Wisconsin Plays. Original One-Act Plays from the Repertory of the Wisconsin Dramatic Society. 1914. The Neighbors. Zona Gale; In the Hospital. T. H. Dickinson; Glory of the Morning. W. E. Leonard. See, also, Series II, Wisconsin Plays.

ONE-ACT PLAYS

Dix, Bulah Marie. *Across the Border. 1915. Moloch. 1916.
Dreiser, Theodore. *Plays of the Natural and the Supernatural. 1916.
Mayorga, Margaret Gardner. Representative One-Act Plays by American Authors. Boston, 1919. (25 plays.)
Middleton, George. *Criminals. 1915. *Embers. (With other plays.) 1911. *Nowadays. (Three acts.) 1914. *Possession. (With other plays.) 1915. *The Road Together. (Four acts.) 1916. *Tradition. (With other plays.) 1913.
Wilde, Percival. *Confessional. (With other plays.) 1916. *Dawn. (With other plays.) 1915. *The Unseen Host. (With other war plays.) Boston, 1917.

INDIVIDUAL DRAMATISTS AND THEIR PLAYS

Ade, George. The Sultan of Sulu. Wallack's Theatre, 29 Dec., 1902. The County Chairman. Wallack's, 24 Nov., 1903. The College Widow. Garden Theatre, 20 Sept., 1904. The Sho-Gun. Wallack's, 10 Oct., 1904. Father and the Boys. Empire Theatre, 2 March, 1908. *Marse Covington. Mrs. Peckham's Carouse. Garrick Theatre, 6 Oct., 1908. The Fair Co-Ed. Knickerbocker Theatre, 1 Feb., 1909.
Howells, W. D. The Work of George Ade. North American Review, 176:739–43.
Belasco, David. May Blossom. Madison Square Theatre, 12 Apr., 1884. Valerie (From Sardou's "Fernande.") Wallack's Theatre, 15 Feb., 1886 (Lester Wallack, Kyrle Bellew). Baron Rudolph (With Bronson Howard). Fourteenth Street Theatre, 24 Oct., 1887. The Wife (With Henry C. DeMille). Lyceum Theatre, 1 Nov., 1887 (Herbert Kelcey, Henry Miller, and William Faversham, etc.). Lord Chumley (With Henry C. DeMille). Lyceum, 21 Aug., 1888 (E. H. Sothern, Margaret Anglin, and Maude Adams). The Charity Ball (With Henry C. De Mille). Lyceum, 19 Nov., 1889. Men and Women (With Henry C. De Mille). Proctor's 23d Street Theatre, 21 Oct., 1890 (Orrin Johnson, Emmet Corrigan, Maude Adams, etc.). Miss Helyett (From the French). Star Theatre, 3 Nov., 1891 (Mrs. Leslie Carter, etc.). The Girl I Left Behind Me (With Franklyn Fyles). Empire Theatre, 25 Jan., 1893 (W. H. Thompson, Orrin Johnson, Cyril Scott, Master Wallie Eddinger, Edna Wallace, Katherine Florence, etc.). The Younger Son (From the German). Empire, 24 Oct., 1893 (Henry Miller, William Faversham, W. H. Thompson, Viola Allen, May Robson, Edna Wallace, etc.). The Heart of Maryland. Herald Square Theatre, 22 Oct., 1895 (Mrs. Leslie Carter, Maurice Barry-more, etc.). Zaza (From the French of Pierre Berton and Charles Simon). Garrick Theatre, 8 Jan., 1899 (Mrs. Leslie Carter). Naughty Anthony. Herald Square, 8 Jan., 1900 (Frank Worthing, W. J. Le Moyne, Blanche Bates). Madame Butterfly (From John Luther Long's Japanese story). Herald Square, 5 Mar., 1900 (Blanche Bates, Frank Worthing, etc.). Du Barry. Criterion Theatre, 25 Dec., 1901 (Hamilton Revelle, Mrs. Leslie Carter, etc.). The Darling of the Gods. Belasco (now The Republic), 3 Dec., 1902 (Blanche Bates, George Arliss). Sweet Kitty Bellairs. Belasco (now The Republic), 8 Dec., 1903 (Henrietta Crossman). Adrea (With John Luther Long). Belasco Theatre (now The Republic), 11 Jan., 1905 (Mrs. Leslie Carter). The Girl of the Golden West. Belasco (now The Republic), 14 Nov., 1905 (Blanche Bates). The Rose of the Rancho (With Richard Walton Tully). Belasco (now The Republic), 27 Nov., 1906 (Frances Starr). A Grand Army Man (With Pauline Phelps and Marion Short). Stuyvesant Theatre (now The Belasco), 16 Oct., 1907 (David Warfield). The Lily (From the French of Pierre Wolff and Gaston Leroux). Stuyvesant (now The Belasco), 23 Dec., 1909 (Nance O'Neil). *The Return of Peter Grimm. Belasco, 2 Jan., 1911 (David Warfield). [See M. J. Moses, Representative Plays by American Dramatists, Vol. III.] The Secret (From the French of Henry Bernstein). Belasco, 23 Dec., 1913 (Frances Starr). Van Der Decken. Playhouse, Wilmington, Del., 12 Dec., 1915 (David Warfield).
Boucicault, Dion. Articles on The Drama: The Decline of the Drama. North American Review, Sept., 1877. The Art of Dramatic Composition. North American Review, Jan.-Feb., 1878. London Audiences. Theatre (English), July-Dec., 1884. Coquelin—Irving. North American Review, Aug., 1887. My Pupils. (Madison Square Theatre School.) North American Review, Oct., 1888. Shakespeare's Influence on the Drama. North American Review, Dec., 1888. Début of a Dramatist (Autobiographical). North American Review, Apr., 1889. Early Days of a Dramatist (Autobiographical). North American Review, May, 1889. Leaves from a Dramatist's Diary (Autobiographical). North American Review, Aug., 1889. Theatres, Halls, and Audiences. North American Review, Oct., 1889. The Future of the American Drama. Arena, Nov., 1890.
Boucicault is said to have adapted and written some four hundred plays, but few of them are on American themes or were first produced in America. The most important in these respects are: The Poor of New York, 1857; *The Octoroon; or, Life in Louisiana, performed at The Winter Garden, New York, 5 Dec., 1859; *Rip Van Winkle; or, The Sleep of Twenty Years (adapted from other dramatic versions), Adelphi Theatre, London, 4 Sept., 1865. See Walsh, Townsend, The Career of Dion Boucicault. The Dunlap Society. 1915.
Campbell, Bartley (1843–88). The Virginian. 1876. Fate. Glasgow, Gaiety Theatre, Feb., 1876. The Galley Slave. Hull, Nov., 1880. Paquita. Fourteenth Street Theatre, 21 Aug., 1885. The White Slave. (1884.) My Partner. Union Square Theatre, 16 Sept., 1879. Clio. London, 14 Aug., 1885 (New York, Niblo's Garden, 17 Aug., 1885). Siberia, 1888. Risks (For J. T. Raymond), 1888. Wrote also: Peril, Big Bonanza, Matrimony.
Carleton, Henry Guy (1856–1910). *Memnon. 1881. Never produced. Privately printed, 1884. Victor Durand. Wallack's Theatre, 18 Dec., 1884. The Pembertons. 1889. The Lion's Mouth (1890). Star Theatre, 11 Sept., 1892. Ye Earlie Trouble (1891). Proctor's Twenty-Third Street Theatre, 10 Sept., 1892. (Rewritten as When George Was King.) The Princess of Erie (1892.) A Gilded Fool. Miner's Fifth Avenue Theatre, 7 Nov., 1892 (N. C. Goodwin). *The Butterflies. Palmer's Theatre, 5 Feb., 1894 (John Drew). That Imprudent Young Couple. Empire Theatre, 23 Sept., 1895 (John Drew and Maude Adams). [As Jack's Honeymoon, 1898.] Ambition. Miner's Fifth Avenue Theatre, 22 Oct., 1895. Colinette (1898.) Knickerbocker Theatre, 3 Apr., 1899 (Julia Marlowe).
Cohan, George M. The Governor's Son. Savoy Theatre, 25 Feb., 1901. Running for Office. Fourteenth Street Theatre, 27 Apr., 1903. Little Johnny Jones. 7 Nov., 1904. [As the Honeymooners. Aërial Theatre, 3 June, 1907.] George Washington, Jr. 12 Feb., 1906. Popularity. Rochester, N. Y., 3 Sept., 1906. Fifty Miles from Boston. Springfield, Mass., March, 1907. Garrick Theatre, New York, 3 Feb., 1908. The Talk of New York. Buffalo, N. Y., Sept., 1907. The Yankee Prince. Knickerbocker Theatre, 20 April, 1908. The American Idea. New York Theatre, 6 Oct., 1908. The Man Who Owns Broadway. 11 Oct., 1909. Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford. Gaiety Theatre, 19 Sept., 1910. The Little Millionaire. George M. Cohan Theatre, 22 Sept., 1911. Forty-Five Minutes from Broadway. Columbus, Ohio, 25 Sept., 1905. New York, 14 Mar., 1912. Broadway Jones. 23 Sept., 1912. Seven Keys to Baldpate. Hartford, Conn., 15 Sept., 1913. The Miracle Man. Astor Theatre, 21 Sept., 1914. Hello, Broadway! 25 Dec., 1914.
Crothers, Rachel. *The Rector. Madison Square Theatre, 3 Apr., 1902 (French). Nora. Savoy Theatre, Sept., 1903. The Point of View. Manhattan Theatre, Mar., 1904. *The Three of Us. Madison Square Theatre, 17 Oct., 1906 (French). The Coming of Mrs. Patrick. Madison Square Theatre, 6 Nov., 1907. Myself—Bettina. Daly's Theatre, 5 Oct., 1908. *A Man's World. Comedy Theatre, 8 Feb., 1910. *The Herfords (He and She). Plymouth Theatre, Boston, 5 Feb., 1912 (In Quinn, Representative American Plays). Ourselves. Lyric Theatre, 13 Nov., 1913. Young Wisdom. Criterion Theatre, 5 Jan., 1914. Heart of Paddywhack. Grand Opera House, Nov., 1914. Old Lady 31. Thirty-ninth Street Theatre, 30 Oct., 1916. The Little Journey. Little Theatre, 26 Dec., 1918.
Daly, Augustin (1838–1899). *Under the Gaslight. New York Theatre, 12 Aug., 1867 (French). The Red Scarf. Conway's Theatre, 1869. A Flash of Lightning. Broadway Theatre, June, 1868. Horizon. Daly's Fifth Avenue Theatre, 25 Mar., 1871. Divorce. Daly's Fifth Avenue Theatre, 5 Sept., 1871. Madeline Morel. Daly's Fifth Avenue Theatre, 20 May, 1873. Pique. Daly's Fifth Avenue Theatre, 14 Dec., 1875. The Dark City. Daly's Fifth Avenue Theatre, 4 Sept., 1877.
Daly also adapted many foreign plays and many novels, and revived Shakespeare and early English comedies.
Daly, Augustin. The American Dramatist. North American Review, 142: 485.
Daly, Joseph Francis. Life of Augustin Daly. 1917.
De Mille, William C. Strongheart. Hudson Theatre, 30 Jan., 1905. The Genius (With Cecil B. De Mille). Bijou Theatre, 1 Oct., 1906. Classmates (With Margaret Turnbull). Hudson Theatre, 29 Aug., 1907. The Warrens of Virginia. Belasco Theatre, 3 Dec., 1907. The Royal Mounted (With C. B. De Mille). Garrick Theatre, 6 Apr., 1908. The Woman. Republic Theatre, 19 Sept., 1911.
For Henry C. De Mille, see Belasco.
Fitch, Clyde (1865–1909). *Beau Brummell. Madison Square Theatre, 17 May. 1890 (Richard Mansfield). Frédéric Lemaître. Daly's Theatre, 1 Dec., 1890 (Henry Miller). Betty's Finish. Boston Museum, 29 Dec., 1890. *Pamela's Prodigy. Royal Court Theatre, London, 21 Oct., 1891 (Mrs. John Wood). A Modern Match. Union Square Theatre, 14 Mar., 1892 (Later played by Mr. and Mrs. Kendal as Marriage). The Masked Ball (French of Bisson). Palmer's Theatre, 3 Oct., 1892 (John Drew). The Social Swim (French of Sardou). Alvin Theatre, Pittsburgh, Pa., 9 Jan., 1893 (Marie Wainwright). The Harvest (Later as The Moth and the Flame). Fifth Avenue Theatre, 26 Jan., 1893. April Weather. Chicago Opera House, 29 May, 1893 (Sol Smith Russell). A Shattered Idol (Balzac's Old Goriot). Globe Theatre, St. Paul, 31 July, 1893. An American Duchess (French of Lavadan). Lyceum Theatre, 20 Nov., 1893. Mrs. Grundy, Jun. (French), 1894. Gossip (French of Claretie, with Leo Ditrichstein). Palmer's Theatre, 11 Mar., 1895 (Mrs. Langtry). His Grace de Grammont. Park Theatre, Brooklyn, 11 Sept., 1895 (Otis Skinner). Mistress Betty. Garrick Theatre, 15 Oct., 1895 (Modjeska). [Later as The Toast of the Town.] Bohemia (French). Empire Theatre, 9 Mar., 1896. The Liar (French of Bisson). Hoyt's Theatre, 2 Sept., 1896. A Superfluous Husband (From the German, with Leo Ditrichstein). Miner's Fifth Avenue Theatre, 4 Jan., 1897. *Nathan Hale. Chicago, 31 Jan., 1898 (N. C. Goodwin and Maxine Elliott). *The Moth and the Flame. Lyceum Theatre, 11 Apr., 1898 (Herbert Kelcey and Effie Shannon). [In Moses, M. J., Representative Plays, Vol. III.] The Head of the Family (From the German, with Leo Ditrichstein). Knickerbocker Theatre, 6 Dec., 1898 (William H. Crane). *Barbara Frietchie; the Frederick Girl. Broad Street Theatre, Philadelphia, 10 Oct., 1899 (Julia Marlowe). The Cowboy and the Lady. Knickerbocker Theatre, 25 Dec., 1899 (N. C. Goodwin and Maxine Elliott). Sapho (French of Daudet). Wallack's Theatre, 16 Feb., 1900 (Olga Nethersole). *The Climbers. Bijou Theatre, 21 Jan., 1901 (Amelia Bingham and Clara Bloodgood). *Lovers' Lane. Manhattan Theatre, 6 Feb., 1901 (Zelda Sears). *Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines. Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia, 7 Jan., 1901; New York, Feb. 4, 1901 (Ethel Barry-more). The Last of the Dandies. London, 24 Oct., 1901 (Beerbohm Tree). The Way of the World. Hammerstein's Victoria Theatre, 4 Nov., 1901 (Elsie De Wolfe). The Girl and the Judge. Lyceum Theatre, 4 Dec., 1901 (Annie Russell). *The Stubbornness of Geraldine. Garrick Theatre, 3 Nov., 1902 (Mary Mannering). *The Girl With the Green Eyes. Savoy Theatre, 25 Dec., 1902 (Clara Bloodgood). The Bird in the Cage. Bijou Theatre, 12 Jan., 1903. *Her Own Way. Garrick Theatre, 28 Sept., 1903 (Maxine Elliott). Algy. Garrick Theatre, Chicago, 4 Oct., 1903 (Vesta Tilley). Major André. Savoy Theatre, 11 Nov., 1903 (Arthur Byron). Glad of It. Savoy Theatre, 28 Dec., 1903 (Millie James). The Frisky Mrs. Johnson. Garrick Theatre, 16 May, 1904 (Amelia Bingham). The Coronet of a Duchess. Garrick Theatre, 21 Sept., 1904 (Clara Bloodgood). Granny. Lyceum Theatre, 24 Oct., 1904 (Mrs. Gilbert, her farewell). Cousin Billy (French). Criterion Theatre, 2 Jan., 1905 (Francis Wilson). *The Woman in the Case. Herald Square Theatre, 30 Jan., 1905 (Blanche Walsh). *Her Great Match. Criterion Theatre, 4 Sept., 1905 (Maxine Elliott). [In Quinn, Representative American Plays.] Wolfville. (Dramatization of stories by Alfred Henry Lewis, with Willis Steell.) Philadelphia, 20 Oct., 1905 (N. C. Goodwin). The Toast of the Town. Daly's Theatre, 27 Nov., 1905 (Rewritten for Viola Allen from Mistress Betty). Toddles (French). Garrick Theatre, 16 Mar., 1906 (John Barrymore). The House of Mirth (From Edith Wharton). Savoy Theatre, 22 Oct., 1906 (Fay Davis). The Girl Who Has Everything. Liberty Theatre, 4 Dec., 1906 (Eleanor Robson). *The Truth. Criterion Theatre, 7 Jan., 1907 (Clara Bloodgood). The Straight Road. Astor Theatre, 7 Jan., 1907 (Blanche Walsh). Her Sister (With Cosmo Gordon-Lennox). Hudson Theatre, 24 Dec., 1907 (Ethel Barrymore). Girls. Daly's Theatre, 23 Mar., 1908 (Charles Cherry and Laura Nelson Hall). The Blue Mouse (German). Lyric Theatre, 30 Nov., 1908 (Mabel Barrison). The Bachelor. Maxine Elliott Theatre, 15 Mar., 1909 (Charles Cherry). A Happy Marriage. Garrick Theatre, 12 Apr., 1909 (Doris Keane). *The City. Lyric Theatre, 22 Dec., 1909 (Tully Marshall).
The Plays of Clyde Fitch. Ed., M. J. Moses and Virginia Gerson. Boston, 1915. 4 vols. (Contains: Beau Brummell, Nathan Hale, Barbara Frietchie, The Climbers, Lovers' Lane, Captain Jinks, The Stubbornness of Geraldine, The Girl with the Green Eyes, Her Own Way, The Woman in the Case, The Truth, The City.)
Bell, Archie. Clyde Fitch as I Knew Him. 1909.
Birnbaum, M. Clyde Fitch. Independent, 67:123–31.
Bibliography of Clyde Fitch. Modern Drama and Opera, 1915, pp. 60–65.
Clark, B. H. The British and American Drama of To-day.
Eaton, W. P. The Dramatist as a Man of Letters: The Case of Clyde Fitch. In: At the New Theatre and Others, pp. 258–83.
Gillette, William. (1855- ) The Professor. Madison Square Theatre, 1 June, 1881. Esmeralda. Madison Square Theatre, 29 Oct., 1881. *Digby's Secretary (German of Von Moser). Comedy Theatre, 29 Sept., 1884 (Later as The Private Secretary). *Held by the Enemy. Brooklyn, 22 Feb., 1886. She (Rider Haggard's novel). Niblo's Garden, 29 Nov., 1887. A Legal Wreck. Madison Square Theatre, 14 Aug., 1888. All the Comforts of Home (German). Boston Museum, 3 Mar., 1890. Mr. Wilkinson's Widows. Proctor's Twenty-third Street Theatre, 30 Mar., 1891. Ninety Days. Broadway Theatre, 6 Feb., 1893. Settled Out of Court (French of Bisson). Miner's Fifth Avenue Theatre, 8 Aug., 1893. *Too Much Johnson (French of Ordonneau). Holyoke, Mass., 25 Oct., 1894. *Secret Service. Broad Street Theatre, Philadelphia, 13 May, 1895 (French version by Pierre Decourcelle, at the Theatre Renaissance, Paris, 2 Oct., 1897). Because She Loved Him So (French of Bisson). New Haven, 28 Oct., 1898. Sherlock Holmes. Garrick Theatre, 6 Nov., 1899. The Painful Predicament of Sherlock Holmes. Metropolitan Opera House, 23 Mar., 1905. Clarice. Duke of York's Theatre, London, 13 Sept., 1905. The Red Owl (Vaudeville sketch). 1907. Samson (French of Bernstein). Criterion Theatre, 19 Oct., 1908. That Little Affair at Boyd's (Also called Ticey). Liberty Theatre, 18 Dec., 1908 (Special Matinée). The Robber. 1909. Among Thieves. 1909. *Electricity. Lyceum Theatre. Park Theatre, Boston, 26 Sept., 1910.
See, also, Gillette's The Illusion of The First Time in Acting. Introduction by George Arliss. Columbia University Dramatic Museum, 1915; Electricity. The Drama, Nov., 1913.
Burton, R. William Gillette. The Drama, Nov., 1913.
Clark, B. H. The British and American Drama of Today.
Harrigan, Edward (1845–1911). Old Lavender. Theatre Comique, 3 Sept., 1877. Lorgaire. Theatre Comique, 25 Nov., 1878. Mulligan Guards. Theatre Comique, 13 Jan., 1879. Mulligan Guard Ball. Theatre Comique, 9 Feb., 1879. Mulligan Guard Chowder. Theatre Comique, 11 Aug., 1879. Squatter Sovereignty. New Theatre Comique, 9 Jan., 1882. Mordecai Lyons. New Theatre Comique, 26 Oct., 1882. McSorley's Inflation. New Theatre Comique, 27 Nov., 1882. Cordelia's Aspiration. New Theatre Comique, 7 Nov., 1883. Dan's Tribulations, New Theatre Comique, 7 Apr., 1884. Investigation. New Theatre Comique, 1 Sept., 1884. The Grip. Harrigan's Park Theatre, 30 Nov., 1885. The Leather Patch. Harrigan's Park Theatre, 15 Feb., 1886. The O'Reagans. Harrigan's Park Theatre, 11 Oct., 1886. McNooney's Visit. (Later as 4–11–44). Harrigan's Park Theatre, 31 Jan., 1887. Pete. Harrigan's Park Theatre, 22 Nov., 1887. Waddy Googan. Harrigan's Park Theatre, 13 Sept., 1888. Reilly and the Four Hundred. Harrigan's Theatre, 14 Sept., 1891. The Last of the Hogans. Harrigan's (Garrick) Theatre, 21 Dec., 1891. The Woollen Stocking. Harrigan's (Garrick) Theatre, 19 Feb., 1893. Notoriety. Garrick Theatre, 10 Dec., 1894. These dates are taken from T. Allston Brown's History of the New York Theatre.
Herne, James A. (1839–1901). Hearts of Oak (First as Chums). Baldwin's The atre, San Francisco, 9 Sept., 1879. Minute Men. Philadelphia, Chestnut Street Theatre, 5 Apr., 1886. Drifting Apart (First as Mary, the Fisherman's Child). People's Theatre, 7 May, 1888. Margaret Fleming. Lynn, Mass., 4 July, 1890. Shore Acres (First as The Hawthornes). McVicker's Theatre, Chicago, 23 May, 1892. Griffith Davenport. Lafayette Square Theatre, Washington, 16 Jan., 1899. Sag Harbor. Park Theatre, Boston, 23 Oct., 1899.
Herne also wrote: Old Stock Days in the Theatre. Arena, Sept., 1892; Truth for Truth's Sake in Drama. Arena, Feb., 1897.
See Moses, M. J. James A. Herne. In The American Dramatist, Chap. VI.
Howard, Bronson (1842–1908). Fantine. Detroit, 1864. *Saratoga. Fifth Avenue Theatre, 21 Dec., 1870 (Fanny Davenport, Clara Morris). Diamonds. Fifth Avenue Theatre, 26 Sept., 1872 (Fanny Davenport, Sara Jewett). Moorcroft; or, The Double Wedding. Fifth Avenue Theatre, 17 Oct., 1874 (Fanny Davenport). Lilian's Last Love. Hooley's Theatre, Chicago, 4 Sept., 1877 (Sydney Cowell). Hurricanes. Hooley's Theatre, Chicago, 27 May, 1878 (Sydney Cowell, Marie Wainwright). *Old Love Letters. Park Theatre, 31 Aug., 1878 (Agnes Booth). The Banker's Daughter (Revision of Lilian's Last Love). Union Square Theatre, 30 Sept., 1878 (J. H. Stoddard, Sara Jewett). Wives (From Molière). Daly's Theatre, 18 Oct., 1879 (John Drew, Ada Rehan, Charles Fisher). Fun in the Green-Room. Booth's Theatre, 10 Apr., 1882. *The Young Mrs. Winthrop. Madison Square Theatre, 9 Oct., 1882 (Agnes Booth, Henry Miller, W. J. Le Moyne). One of Our Girls. Lyceum Theatre, 10 Nov., 1885 (E. H. Sothern, Ida Vernon, Helen Dauvray). Met by Chance. Lyceum Theatre, 11 Jan., 1887. (E. H. Sothern, Helen Dauvray). *The Henrietta. Union Square Theatre, 26 Sept., 1887 (W. H. Crane, Stuart Robson). Baron Rudolph (First as Rudolph, Baron von Hallenstein). Fourteenth Street Theatre, 25 Oct., 1887. *Shenandoah. Star Theatre, 9 Sept., 1889 (Henry Miller, Viola Allen, Dorothy Dorr). [In M. J. Moses, Representative Plays by American Dramatists, Vol. III]. Aristocracy. Palmer's Theatre, 14 Nov., 1892 (Viola Allen, Blanche Walsh, William Faversham, Bruce McRae). Peter Stuyvesant (With Brander Matthews). Wallack's Theatre, 2 Oct., 1899 (W. H. Crane). Knave and Queen (With Sir Charles Young). Never acted. *Kate (Published 1906). Never acted.
Howard wrote also: The American Drama, Sunday Magazine, 7 Oct., 1906; The Autobiography of a Play. Introduction by Augustus Thomas, Columbia University Dramatic Museum. 1914.
Bronson, Howard: In Memoriam. Issued by the American Dramatists Club. 1910.
Matthews, B. Bronson Howard: An Appreciation. In: Gateways to Literature, and Other Essays, 1912.
Moses, M. J. Bronson Howard. In: The American Dramatist, Chap. V.
Howells, William Dean. *A Counterfeit Presentment. Cincinnati, 11 Oct., 1877.
Yorick's Love (From the Spanish). Produced by Lawrence Barrett. See, also, Bibliography to Book III, Chap. XI.
Hoyt, Charles (1859–1900). A Bunch of Keys; or, The Hotel. Newark, N. J., 13 Dec., 1883. A Rag Baby. Haverly's Theatre, 14 Aug., 1884. A Tin Soldier. The Standard Theatre, 3 May, 1886. A Hole in the Ground. Fourteenth Street Theatre, 12 Sept., 1887. A Brass Monkey. Bijou Theatre, 15 Oct., 1888 (Otis Harlan, Tim Murphy). A Midnight Bell. Bijou Theatre, 5 Mar., 1889. A Trip to Chinatown. Hoyt's Madison Square Theatre, 9 Nov., 1891. A Parlor Match. Bijou Theatre, 19 Sept., 1893. A Texas Steer; or, Money Makes the Mare Go. Hoyt's Madison Square Theatre, 8 Jan., 1894. A Temperance Town. Hoyt's Madison Square Theatre, 18 Sept., 1894. A Milk White Flag: And its Battle-scarred Followers on the Field of Mars and in the Court of Venus. A Tribute to our Citizen Soldiers by one who would gladly join their ranks if he knew how to dance. Hoyt's Theatre, 8 Oct., 1894. A Black Sheep: And How It Came Out in the Wash. Hoyt's Theatre, 6 Jan., 1896. A Runaway Colt: A dalliance with facts, folks, and other things pertaining to the noble game of baseball. American Theatre, 2 Dec., 1896. A Contented Woman: A Sketch of the Fair Sex in Politics. Hoyt's Theatre, 8 Feb., 1897. A Stranger in New York: Illustration of the Possible Adventures of. Hoyt's Theatre, 13 Sept., 1897 (Sadie Martinot). A Day and a Night in New York. Garrick Theatre, 30 Aug., 1898. A Dog in the Manger.
The dates taken from T. Allston Brown's History of the New York Stage.
A typewritten set of Hoyt's farces was left, by his will, to the New York Public Library.
Klein, Charles (1867–1915). A Mile a Minute. 1890. By Proxy. 1892. El Capitan. 1895. The Merry Countess (From the French). 1895. *The District Attorney (With Harrison Grey Fiske). American Theatre, 21 Jan., 1895. Dr. Belgraff. Garden Theatre, 19 Apr., 1897. The Red Feather. 1897. At the Lyric Theatre, 9 Nov., 1903. *Heartsease (With J. I. C. Clark). Garden Theatre, 11 Jan., 1897 (Henry Miller). The Charlatan (Music by Sousa). Knickerbocker Theatre, 5 Sept., 1898. A Royal Rogue. Broadway Theatre, 24 Dec., 1900. The Auctioneer. Bijou Theatre, 23 Sept., 1901 (David Warfield). The Hon. John Grigsby. Manhattan Theatre, 29 Jan., 1902. Mr. Pickwick. Herald Square Theatre, 21 Jan., 1903. Truthful James. 1903. The Music Master. Belasco's Republic Theatre, 26 Sept., 1904 (David Warfield). *The Lion and the Mouse. Lyceum Theatre, 20 Nov., 1905. *The Daughters of Men. Astor Theatre, 19 Nov., 1906. A Paltry Million. 1906. The Cypher Code. 1906. *The Step Sister. Garrick Theatre, 14 Oct., 1907. *The Third Degree. Hudson Theatre, 1 Feb., 1909. *The Next of Kin. Hudson Theatre, 27 Dec., 1909. *The Gamblers. Maxine Elliott Theatre, 31 Oct., 1910. *Maggie Pepper. Harris Theatre, 31 Aug., 1911. The Ne'er-do-well. Lyric Theatre, 2 Sept., 1912. The Money Makers. Booth Theatre, 5 Oct., 1914. The Guilty Man (With Ruth Helen Davis). Astor Theatre, 18 Aug., 1916. Potash and Perlmutter. Cohan Theatre.
Klein wrote also: Psychology of the Drama, The Reader, Mar., 1906; Religion, Philosophy and the Drama, The Arena, May, 1907; What the Playwright Is Up Against, Saturday Evening Post (Philadelphia), 25 Jan., 1913.
MacKaye, Percy. Plays: *A Garland to Sylvia. 1896. Published 1910. *Cat-Boat. (Written 1904). *Fenris, the Wolf. Published 1905. *Jeanne d'Arc. Lyric Theatre, Philadelphia, 15 Oct., 1906 (Sothern and Marlowe). Published 1906. *Sappho and Phaon. Opera House, Providence, R. I., 14 Oct., 1907 (Bertha Kalich). Published 1907. *Mater. Van Ness Theatre, San Francisco, 3 Aug., 1908 (Isabel Irving). Published 1908. *The Canterbury Pilgrims. Park Extension, Savannah, Ga., 30 Apr., 1909. Published 1903. *Anti-Matrimony. Ann Arbor, Mich., Theatre, 10 Mar., 1910 (Henrietta Crossman). Published 1910. *The Scarecrow. The Middlesex, Middletown, Conn., 30 Dec., 1910. *Gettysburg. Bijou Theatre, Boston, 3 Jan., 1912. *Sam Average. Toy Theatre, Boston, 26 Feb., 1912. *Yankee Fantasies. Published 1912. *Chuck. Ohio State Normal College, 17 July, 1912. *Tomorrow. Little Theatre, Philadelphia, 31 Oct., 1913. Published 1912. *A Thousand Years Ago. Shubert Theatre, 1 Dec., 1913 (Henry E. Dixey). Published 1914. *The Antick. Bandbox Theatre, 4 Oct., 1915 (Washington Square Players). *George Washington, the Man Who Made Us. Theatre de Vieux Colombier, 17 Feb., 1918 (M. Copeau).
Masques and Pageants: St. Gaudens Masque Prologue. Cornish, N. H., 20 June, 1905. Gloucester Pageant (The Canterbury Pilgrims). Gloucester, Mass., 3 Aug., 1909. Pittsburgh Pageant (A Masque of Labor). Pittsburgh, 4 July, 1910. Projected. *Sanctuary (A Bird Masque). Meriden, N. H., 12 Sept., 1913. Published 1914. *St. Louis (A Civic Masque). St. Louis, 28 May, 1914. Published 1914. *The New Citizenship (A Civic Ritual). New York City, 14 Feb., 1916. *Caliban (A Community Masque). The New York Shakespeare Tercentenary. Stadium of the College of the City of New York, 25 May, 1916. Published 1916. *The Evergreen Tree (A Christmas Masque). The Little Country Theatre, State Agricultural College, Fargo, N. D., 15 Dec., 1918.
Operas: *Sindbad the Sailor. Written, 1911. Music by Frederick S. Converse. *The Immigrants. Written 1912. Music by Frederick S. Converse. Published 1915. *The Canterbury Pilgrims. Music by Reginald DeKoven. New York Metropolitan Opera House, Mar., 1917. *Rip Van Winkle. Music by Reginald de Koven. Chicago Opera Company, 1919–1920.
See Moses, M. J. The American Dramatist. Chap. VIII.
MacKaye, Steele (1842–1894). Monaldi (With Francis Durivage). St. James Theatre, 8 Jan., 1872. Marriage (Adapted from the French of Octave Feuillet's Julie). St. James Theatre, 12 Feb., 1872. A Radical Fool. Written 1873–74. Unproduced. Arkwright's Wife (In collaboration with Tom Taylor). Theatre Royal, Leeds, England, 7 July, 1873 (Helen Barry). Silas Marner. (George Eliot's novel). Written 1873; unproduced. Jealousy (In collaboration with Charles Reade). Written 1873–74; unproduced. Rose Michel (Based on French of Ernest Blum, from Victor Hugo). Union Square Theatre, 23 Nov., 1875 (Rose Eytinge). Queen and Woman (In collaboration with J. V. Pritchard). Brooklyn, 14 Feb., 1876 (Kate Claxton). Twins (In collaboration with A. C. Wheeler). Wallack's Theatre, 12 Apr., 1876 (Lester Wallack). Won at Last. Wallack's Theatre, 10 Dec., 1877 (H. J. Montague). †Through the Dark. Fifth Avenue Theatre, 10 Mar., 1879. ††An Iron Will. Low's Opera House, Providence, R. I., 27 Oct., 1879 (Effie Ellsler). ††Hazel Kirke. Madison Square Theatre, 4 Feb., 1880 (Effie Ellsler). A Fool's Errand (Tourgee's novel). Arch Street Theatre, Philadelphia, 26 Oct., 1881 (Steele MacKaye). Dakolar (Based on Georges Ohnet's Le Maître de Forges). Lyceum Theatre, 6 Apr., 1885 (Robert B. Mantell). In Spite of All (Based on Sardou's Andrea). Lyceum Theatre, 15 Sept., 1885 (Minnie Maddern). Rienzi (Bulwer Lytton's novel). Albaugh's Opera House, Washington, 13 Dec., 1886 (Lawrence Barrett). †††Anarchy. Academy of Music, Buffalo, 30 May, 1887 (Steele MacKaye). The Drama of Civilization. Madison Square Garden, 27 Nov., 1887 (W. F. Cody). *†††Paul Kauvar; or, Anarchy. Standard Theatre, 24 Dec., 1887 (Joseph Haworth). [See Moses, Representative Plays by American Dramatists, Vol. III.] †A Noble Rogue. Chicago Opera House, 3 July, 1888 (Steele MacKaye). An Arrant Knave. Chicago Opera House, 30 Sept., 1889 (Stuart Robson). Colonel Tom. Tremont Theatre, Boston, 20 Jan., 1890 (Nat Goodwin). †Money Mad. Standard Theatre, 7 Apr., 1890 (Wilton Lackaye). Cousin Larry. Written 1891. Unproduced. The World Finder. Written 1893. Chicago, 1893.
The plays marked with † are different versions of the same play, produced under different names.
—— Percy. Steele MacKaye: Dynamic Artist of the American Theatre. The Drama, Nov., 1911, Feb., 1912.
Matthews, Brander. Margery's Lovers. Court Theatre, London, 28 Feb., 1884; Madison Square Theatre, 1887. *A Gold Mine (With George H. Jessop). Fifth Avenue Theatre, 4 Mar., 1889 (Nat Goodwin). Published 1908. On Probation (With George H. Jessop). Written and produced, 1889. *Decision of the Court. Theatre of Arts and Letters, 23 Mar., 1893. Published 1893. *This Picture and That. Lyceum Theatre, 15 Apr., 1894. Published, 1894. Peter Stuyvesant (With Bronson Howard). Wallack's Theatre, 2 Oct., 1899. Edited: *Comedies for Amateur Acting. 1879. Heredity, by Arthur Penn (actually Brander Matthews); A Bad Case, by Julian Magnus and H. C. Bunner; Courtship with Variations, by H. C. Bunner; Frank Wylde, by Brander Matthews.
Sheldon, Edward. Salvation Nell. Hackett Theatre, 17 Nov., 1908 (Mrs. Fiske). *The Nigger. The New Theatre, 4 Dec., 1909. Published, 1910. *The Boss. Detroit, 9 Jan., 1911 [In Quinn, Representative American Plays]. Princess Zim-Zim. Albany, 4 Dec., 1911. Egypt. Hudson Theatre, 18 Sept., 1912. The High Road. Montreal, 14 Oct., 1912. *Romance. Albany, 6 Feb., 1913 (Doris Keane). Published, 1914. *The Garden of Paradise. Park Theatre, 28 Nov., 1914. Published 1915. The Song of Songs (Novel by Hermann Sudermann). Eltinge Theatre, 22 Dec., 1914.
Thomas, Augustus. (1859-). Editha's Burglar (With Mrs. F. H. Burnett). Pope's Theatre, St. Louis, 1 July, 1884. The Burglar. Park Theatre, Boston, June, 1888. A Man of the World. Madison Square Theatre, 30 Oct., 1889. Reckless Temple. Standard Theatre, 27 Oct., 1890 (Maurice Barrymore). After-thoughts. Madison Square Theatre, 24 Nov., 1890 (Agnes Booth). *Alabama. Madison Square Theatre, 1 Apr., 1891. Published, Chicago, 1905. Colonel Carter of Cartersville (Novel by F. Hopkinson Smith). Palmer's Theatre, 22 Mar., 1892. Holly-Tree Inn. Union Square Theatre, 11 Apr., 1892. *In Mizzoura. Hooley's Theatre, Aug., 1893 (N. C. Goodwin). New Blood. McVicker's Theatre, Chicago, Aug., 1894. The Man Upstairs. Hoyt's Theatre, 9 Apr., 1895. *The Capitol. Standard Theatre, 9 Sept., 1895. That Overcoat. 1898. The Hoosier Doctor. Opera House, Newark, N. J., Nov., 1897 (Digby Bell). The Meddler. Wallack's Theatre, 1 Sept., 1898 (Stuart Robson). *Arizona. Grand Opera House, Chicago, 12 June, 1899. *Oliver Goldsmith. Fifth Avenue Theatre, 19 Mar., 1900 (Stuart Robson). On the Quiet. Hoyt's Theatre, 11 Feb., 1901 (William Collier). Colorado, Palmer's Theatre. 12 Jan., 1902. Soldiers of Fortune (Novel by Richard Harding Davis). Savoy Theatre, 17 Mar., 1902 (Robert Edeson). *The Earl of Pawtucket. Madison Square Theatre, 5 Feb., 1903 (Lawrence D'Orsay). *The Other Girl. Criterion Theatre, 29 Dec., 1903 (Lionel Barrymore). *Mrs. Leffingwell's Boots. Savoy Theatre, 11 Jan., 1905. The Education of Mr. Pipp (Pictures by Charles Dana Gibson). Liberty Theatre, 20 Feb., 1905 (Digby Bell). Delancey. Empire Theatre, 4 Sept., 1905 (John Drew). The Embassy Ball. Daly's Theatre, 5 Mar., 1906 (Lawrence D'Orsay). The Ranger. Wallack's Theatre, 2 Sept., 1907 (Dustin Farnum). *The Witching Hour. Hackett's Theatre, 18 Nov., 1907 (John Mason). *The Harvest Moon. Garrick Theatre, 18 Oct., 1909 (George Nash). The Member from Ozark. Opera House, Detroit, 1910. *As a Man Thinks. Thirty-ninth Street Theatre, 13 Mar., 1911 (John Mason). Published, 1911. Mere Man. Harris Theatre, 25 Nov., 1912 (Gail Kane). Indian Summer. Criterion Theatre, 27 Oct., 1913 (John Mason). Rio Grande. Empire Theatre, 4, Apr., 1916 (Richard Bennett). The Copperhead. Hartford, Conn., 22 Jan., 1918 (Lionel Barrymore). Other plays credited to Augustus Thomas are: Alone. Pickwick Theatre, St. Louis, 1881. The Big Rise. Pope's Theatre, St. Louis, 1881. A Leaf from the Woods (1 act). Pope's Theatre, St. Louis, 1883. A New Year's Call (1 act). Pope's Theatre, St. Louis, 1883. Combustion. Pope's Theatre, St. Louis. 1883. A Night's Frolic (3 acts). Herald Square Theatre, 1888. A Proper Impropriety (1 act). Union Square Theatre, 1889. For Money. Star Theatre, 1890. The Jucklins, 1896. Chimmie Fadden (Book by E. W. Townsend). Palmer's Theatre. Love Will Find the Way (By amateurs only). The Dress Suit (By Amateurs only). The Music Box (By Amateurs only).
Clark, B. H. British and American Drama of To-day, p. 233.
Eaton, W. P. The American Stage of To-day, p. 27.
Winter, W. The Wallet of Time, Vol. II, pp. 529–57.
Walter, Eugene. Sergeant James. Boston Theatre, 1901. Boots and Saddles. 1909. The Undertow. Harlem Opera House, 22 Apr., 1907. Paid in Full. Astor Theatre, 25 Feb., 1908. The Wolf. Bijou Theatre, 18 Apr., 1908. *The Easiest Way. Belasco Theatre, 19 Jan., 1909. [See Moses, Representative Plays by American Dramatists, Vol. III]. Just a Wife. Belasco Theatre, 31 Jan., 1909. The Trail of the Lonesome Pine (John Fox's novel). New Amsterdam Theatre, 29 Jan., 1912. Fine Feathers. Astor Theatre, 7 Jan., 1913. The Knife. Bijou Theatre, 12 Apr., 1917. The Heritage (The Assassin). Playhouse, 14 Jan., 1917. Nancy Lee. Hudson Theatre, 9 Apr., 1918.
Peirce, F. L. Eugene Walter: An American Dramatic Realist. The Drama, Feb., 1916.

SINGLE PLAYS BY AMERICAN DRAMATISTS

Aldrich, Thomas Bailey. *Judith of Bethulîa, Tremont Theatre, Boston, 13 Oct., 1904. Published 1904.
Anspacher, Louis K. *The Unchastened Woman. Thirty-ninth Street Theatre, 9 Oct., 1915. Published 1916.
Biggers, Earl D. Seven Keys to Baldpate (With George M. Cohan). Astor Theatre, 22 Sept., 1913.
Boyesen, Hjalmar. Alpine Roses. Madison Square Theatre, 31 Jan., 1884.
Broadhurst, George. *Bought and Paid For. The Playhouse, 26 Sept., 1911.
*The Man of the Hour. Savoy Theatre, 4 Dec., 1906. Published 1916.
*What Happened to Jones. *Why Smith Left Home.
Brown, Alice. *Children of Earth. Booth Theatre, 12 Jan., 1915. Published 1915.
Buchanan, Thompson. *A Woman's Way. Hackett (Harris) Theatre, 22 Feb., 1909. Published. 1915.
Burk, Charles. *Rip Van Winkle. Adelphi Theatre, London, 4 Sept., 1865 [See Moses, Representative Plays by American Dramatists, Vol. III].
Burnett, Frances H. The Lady of Quality. Wallack's Theatre, 1 Nov., 1897.
Carpenter, Edward Childs. Cinderella Man. Hudson Theatre, 17 Jan., 1916. The Pipes of Pan. Hudson Theatre, 6 Nov., 1917.
Clemens, S. L. The Gilded Age (Play by Densmore). Park Theatre, 16 Sept., 1874.
Davis, Richard Harding. *The Galloper. Garden Theatre, 22 Feb., 1906 (In Farces, 1906).
Dazey, Charles T. In Old Kentucky. Copyright. 27 Apr., 1897.
Dickey, Paul. The Misleading Lady. Fulton Theatre, 25 Nov., 1913.
Ellis, Edith. *Mary Jane's Pa. Garden Theatre, 1908. Published, 1914.
Eyre, Laurence. The Things that Count. Maxine Elliott Theatre, 8 Dec., 1913.
Forbes, James. The Chorus Lady. Savoy Theatre, 1 Sept., 1906.
Gates, Eleanor. *The Poor Little Rich Girl. Hudson Theatre, 21 Jan., 1913. Published 1916. *We Are Seven. Maxine Elliott Theatre, 24 Dec., 1913. Published 1915.
Hazelton, George C. Mistress Nell. Bijou Theatre, 3 Oct., 1900. *The Yellow Jacket (With Benrimo). Fulton Theatre, 4 Nov., 1912. Published, Indianapolis, 1913.
Hitchcock, R. and M. W. David Harum. Garrick Theatre, 1 Oct., 1900.
Housum, Robert. The Gypsy Trail. Plymouth Theatre, 4 Dec., 1917.
Hughes, Rupert. Excuse Me. Gaiety Theatre, 13 Feb., 1911.
Hurlburt, William. A Strange Woman. Lyceum Theatre, 17 Nov., 1913.
Kenyon, Charles. *Kindling. Daly's Theatre, 3 Dec., 1911. Published, 1914.
Kummer, Claire. Be Calm, Camilla. Booth Theatre, 31 Oct., 1918. Good Gracious, Annabelle. Republic Theatre, 31 Oct., 1916. The Successful Calamity. Booth Theatre, 5 Feb., 1917.
Logan, Olive. Surf; or, Summer Scenes at Long Branch. Daly's Theatre, 12 Jan., 1870.
McHugh, Augustin. *Officer 666. Gaiety Theatre, 12 Aug., 1912.
Mack, Willard. Kick In. Longacre Theatre, 19 Oct., 1914.
Manners, J. Hartley. *Peg O' My Heart. Cort Theatre, 20 Dec., 1912. *Happiness and Other Plays. 1914.
Mansfield, Richard. Don Juan; or, The Sad Adventures of a Youth. Garden Theatre, 18 May, 1891. Monsieur. Madison Square Theatre, 11 July, 1887.
Megrue, Roi. *It Pays to Advertise. Cohan Theatre, 8 Sept., 1914.
Merrington, Marguerite. *Captain Letterblair. Lyceum Theatre, 16 Aug., 1892. Published 1906.
Mitchell, Langdon. *The New York Idea. Lyric Theatre, 19 Nov., 1906. Published 1908. [See, also, Moses, Representative Plays by American Dramatists, Vol. III.] Pendennis. Criterion Theatre, 26 Oct., 1916.
Moody, William Vaughn. *The Faith Healer. St. Louis, 15 Mar., 1909. Published 1910. *The Great Divide. Princess Theatre, 3 Oct., 1906. Published 1909.
Morton, Martha. His Wife's Father. Miner's Fifth Avenue Theatre, 25 Feb., 1895. *Her Lord and Master.
Murdoch, Frank. Davy Crockett. Niblo's Garden, 9 Mar., 1874.
Parker, Lottie Blair. Way Down East (With Joseph R. Grismer). Newport, R. I., 3 Sept., 1897.
Patterson, Medill. Rebellion. Maxine Elliott Theatre, 3 Oct., 1911.
Peabody, Josephine Preston. *The Piper. New Theatre, 30 Jan., 1911. Published 1909.
Reizenstein, Elmer. *On Trial. Candler Theatre, 31 Aug., 1914.
Rice, Alice Hegan. Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage-Patch. Savoy Theatre, 3 Sept., 1904.
Riley, Madeline Lucette. *Mice and Men. Garrick Theatre, 19 Jan., 1903.
Rinehart, Mary Roberts. Seven Days. Astor Theatre, 10 Nov., 1909.
Rosenfeld, Sydney. The Senator (With David D. Lloyd). Star Theatre, 20 Jan., 1890.
Royle, Edward Milton. The Squaw Man. Wallack's Theatre, 23 Oct., 1905.
Smith, Winchell. *The Fortune Hunter. Gaiety Theatre, 4 Sept., 1909.
Smith, Harry James. *Mrs. Bumpstead Leigh. Lyceum Theatre, 3 Apr., 1911. The Little Teacher. Playhouse, 4 Feb., 1918. The Tailor-Made Man. Cohan and Harris Theatre, 27 Aug., 1917.
Stoddard, Lorimer. In the Palace of the King (Novel by F. Marion Crawford). Republic Theatre, 31 Dec., 1900. Tess of the D'Urbervilles. (Novel by Thomas Hardy. Fifth Avenue Theatre, 2 Mar., 1897.
Strong, Austin. The Toymaker of Nuremburg. Garrick Theatre, 25 Nov., 1907.
Tarkington, Booth. *The Man from Home (With Harry Leon Wilson). Astor Theatre, 17 Aug., 1908. Harper, 1908.
Thomas, A. E. *Her Husband's Wife. Garrick Theatre, 9 May, 1910. Published 1914.
Thompson, Denman. The Old Homestead. Boston Theatre, 5 Apr., 1885.
Tully, Richard Walton. The Rose of the Rancho. Belasco Theatre, 27 Nov., 1906. The Bird of Paradise. Daly's Theatre, 8 Jan., 1912. Omar, the Tent-Maker. Lyric Theatre, 13 Jan., 1914.
Veiller, Bayard. *Within the Law. Eltinge Theatre, 11 Sept., 1912. The Fight. Hudson Theatre, 2 Sept., 1913. The 13th Chair. Forty-eighth Street Theatre, 20 Nov., 1916.
Wallack, Lester. Rosedale. Wallack's Theatre, 30 Sept., 1863.
Williams, Jesse Lynch. *Why Marry? Astor Theatre, 25 Dec., 1917. Published as And So They Were Married, 1914.
Young, Rida Johnson. *Brown of Harvard. Princess Theatre, 26 Feb., 1906.



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