Mrs. Fiske - Selected Theater Appearances

Selected Theater Appearances

  • Hunted Down by Dion Boucicault, New York (1871)
  • Fogg's Ferry by Charles Callahan, Wisconsin (1882)
  • Juanita by Charles Callahan, Illinois (1883)
  • Caprice by Howard P. Taylor, Missouri (1884)
  • In Spite of it All by Victorien Sardou, New York (1885)
  • Hester Crewe by Harrison Grey Fiske, New York (1893)
  • A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen, New York (1894)
  • This Picture and That! by Brander Matthews, Texas (1896)
  • Cesarine by Alexandre Dumas, fils, Pennsylvania (1896)
  • Marie Deloche (orig. The Queen of Liars, 1895) by Harrison Grey Fiske, New York (1896)
  • A Doll's House, New York (1896)
  • A Light From St. Agnes by Minnie Maddern Fiske, New York (1896)
  • Cesarine, Illinois (1896)
  • Divorcons by Victorien Sardou, Illinois (1896)
  • The Right to Happiness by Marguerite Merington, Louisiana (1896)
  • Tess of D'Urbervilles by Lorimer Stoddard, New York (1897)
  • Little Italy one act by Horace B. Fry with Divorcons, Illinois (1898)
  • Magda by Hermann Sudermann, New York (1898)
  • A Bit of Old Chelsea by Mrs. Oscar Beringer, New York (1898)
  • Love Finds the Way by Marguerite Merrington, New York (1898)
  • Becky Sharp by Langdon Mitchell, New York (1899)
  • Frou Frou by Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halevy, New York (1899)
  • Miranda of the Balcony by Anne Crawford Flexner, New York (1901)
  • The Unwelcome Mrs. Hatch by Mrs. Burton Harrison, New York (1901)
  • A Bit of Old Chelesa, New York (1902)
  • Tess of D' Urbervilles, New York (1902)
  • A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen, New York (1902)
  • Little Italy and Divorcons, New York (1902)
  • Mary of Magdala by Paul Heyse, New York (1902)
  • Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen, New York (1903)
  • Becky Sharp, New York (1904)
  • Hedda Gabler, New York (1904)
  • Leah Kleschna by C. M. S. McLellan, New York (1904)
  • Three One Act Plays by Minnie Maddern Fiske: The Rose, A Light From St. Agnes, The Eyes of the Heart (1905)
  • The New York Idea by Langdon Mitchell, New York (1906)
  • Tess of the D'Urbervilles, Louisiana (1907)
  • Leah Kleschna, Louisiana (1907)
  • Rosmersholm by Henrik Ibsen, New York (1907)
  • Salvation Nell by Edward Sheldon, New York (1908)
  • The Pillars of Society by Henrik Ibsen, New York (1910)
  • The Green Cockatoo by Arthur Schnitzler, New York (1910)
  • Hannele by Gerhart Hauptmann, New York (1910)
  • Becky Sharp, New York (1911)
  • Mrs. Bumpstead-Leigh by Harry James Smith, New York (1911)
  • The New Marriage by Langdon Mitchell, New York (1911)
  • Julia France by Gertrude Atherton, Toronto, Canada (1912)
  • Lady Patricia by Rudolf Frohman, New York (1912)
  • The High Road by Edward Sheldon, Montreal, Canada (1912)
  • The High Road, Massachusetts (1913)
  • Mrs Bumpstead-Leigh, New Jersey (1914)
  • Lady Betty Martingale by John Luther Long and Frank Stayon (1914)
  • Erstwhile Susan by Marian de Forest, Massachusetts (1916)
  • Madame Sand by Philip Moeller, New York (1917)
  • Service by Henri Lavedan, translated by William C. Taylor, New York (1918)
  • Out There by J. Hartley Manners, allstar play toured America to raise funds for The Red Cross (1918)
  • Mis' Nelly of N' Orleans by Lawrence Eyre, New York (1919)
  • Wake Up, Jonathan! by Hatcher Hughes and Elmer Rice, New York (1921)
  • The Dice of the Gods by Lillian Barrett, Illinois (1923)
  • Mary, Mary Quite Contrary by St. John Ervine, New York (1923)
  • Helena's Boys by Ida Lublenski Erlich, New York (1923)
  • The Rivals by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Massachusetts (1925)
  • Ghosts by Henrik Ibsen, New York (1927)
  • The Merry Wives of Windsor by William Shakespeare, New York (1928)
  • Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare, Pennsylvania (1928)
  • Mrs. Bumpstead-Leigh, New York (1929)
  • Ladies of the Jury by Fred Ballard, New York (1929)
  • It's a Grand Life by Hatcher Hughes and Alan Williams, New York (1930)
  • The Rivals, New York (1930)
  • Ladies of the Jury, Illinois (1931)
  • Mrs. Bumpstead-Leigh, California (1932)
  • Against the Wind by Carlos Drake, Illinois (1933)

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