William Post, Jr.

( b. Feb 19, 1901 Montclair, New Jersey, USA - d. Sep 26, 1989 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA ) Male
Also known as:     William Post

Broadway Production Credits

Richard III
Play, History, Revival
Dec 09, 1953 - Dec 20, 1953
Performer: William Post [Lord Hastings]

Love Goes to Press
Play, Comedy, Original
Jan 01, 1947 - Jan 04, 1947
Performer: William Post [Joe Rogers]

Calico Wedding
Play, Comedy, Original
Mar 07, 1945 - Mar 10, 1945
Performer: William Post [Captain George Gaylord]

My Sister Eileen
Play, Comedy, Original
Dec 26, 1940 - Jan 16, 1943
Performer: William Post, Jr. [Robert Baker]

Boyd's Daughter
Play, Comedy, Original
Oct 11, 1940 - Oct 12, 1940
Performer: William Post, Jr. [John Haslett]

Madame Capet
Play, Drama, Original
Oct 25, 1938 - Oct 1938
Performer: William Post [Count Axel de Fersen]

The Merry Wives of Windsor
Play, Comedy, Revival
Apr 14, 1938 - Apr 16, 1938
Performer: William Post, Jr. [Master Fenton]

Many Mansions
Play, Drama, Original
Oct 27, 1937 - Mar 1938
Performer: William Post [Dr. Charles Hammond]

King Richard II
Play, History, Revival
Feb 05, 1937 - Jun 1937
Performer: William Post, Jr. [Thomas Mowbray]

Three Wise Fools
Play, Comedy, Revival
Mar 01, 1936 - Mar 1936
Performer: William Post, Jr. [Gordon Schuyler]

A Touch of Brimstone
Play, Original
Sep 22, 1935 - Dec 1935
Performer: William Post [Tommy Kimball]

The Eldest
Play, Comedy, Original
Feb 11, 1935 - Mar 02, 1935
Performer: William Post [John Sales]

Strangers at Home
Play, Comedy, Original
Sep 14, 1934 - Sep 1934
Performer: William Post, Jr. [Tom Gibbs]

Ah, Wilderness!
Play, Comedy, Original
Oct 02, 1933 - Jun 1934
Performer: William Post, Jr. [Arthur Miller]

When the Bough Breaks
Play, Drama, Original
Feb 16, 1932 - Mar 1932
Performer: William Post [Richard Warren]

A Glass of Water
Play, Comedy, Original
Mar 05, 1930 - Mar 1930
Performer: William Post [Lord Harley]

Seventh Heaven
Play, Comedy, Original
Oct 30, 1922 - Jul 1924
Performer: William Post [Pere Chevillon]

Thank You
Play, Comedy, Original
Oct 03, 1921 - May 1922
Performer: William Post [Dr. Andrew Cobb]

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