James Stewart - Broadway Performances

Broadway Performances

  • Carry Nation (October – November 1932)
  • Goodbye Again (December 1932 – July 1933)
  • Spring in Autumn (October – November 1933)
  • All Good Americans (December 1933 – January 1934)
  • Yellow Jack (May 1934)
  • Divided By Three (October 1934)
  • Page Miss Glory (November 1934 – March 1935)
  • A Journey By Night (April 1935)
  • Harvey (July – August 1947, July – August 1948, replacing vacationing Frank Fay, who created the role on Broadway)
  • Harvey (revival, February – May 1970)

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