Gender
Male
Born
Dec 14, 1885
Leavenworth, Kansas, USA
Died
Mar 11, 1950
New York, New York, USA
Producer Director
Mr. Barry's Etchings (Jan 31, 1950 - Feb 25, 1950)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Staged by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedyOriginal
Love Me Long (Nov 07, 1949 - Nov 19, 1949)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Staged by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedyOriginal
Harvey (Nov 01, 1944 - Jan 15, 1949)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedyOriginal
Pillar to Post (Dec 10, 1943 - Jan 01, 1944)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
PlayOriginal
Janie (Sep 10, 1942 - Jan 16, 1944)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedyOriginal
Cuckoos on the Hearth (Sep 16, 1941 - Jan 03, 1942)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedyOriginal
Glamour Preferred (Nov 15, 1940 - Nov 23, 1940)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
PlayOriginal
Out From Under (May 04, 1940 - May 11, 1940)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedyOriginal
Lady in Waiting (Mar 27, 1940 - Jun 08, 1940)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedyOriginal
Kiss the Boys Good-bye (Sep 28, 1938 - Jun 1939)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedyOriginal
Red Harvest (Mar 30, 1937 - Apr 1937)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
PlayDramaOriginal
Chalked Out (Mar 25, 1937 - Closing date unknown)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
PlayMelodramaOriginal
Now You've Done It (Mar 05, 1937 - Apr 1937)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedyOriginal
Ceiling Zero (Apr 10, 1935 - Jul 1935)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
PlayOriginal
Personal Appearance (Oct 17, 1934 - Dec 1935)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Staged by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedyOriginal
Christopher Comes Across (May 31, 1932 - Jun 1932)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Staged by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedy FarceOriginal
Three Times the Hour (Aug 25, 1931 - Sep 1931)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Staged by Brock Pemberton
PlayMelodramaOriginal
Strictly Dishonorable (Sep 18, 1929 - Jan 1931)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Directed by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedyOriginal
Hotbed (Nov 08, 1928 - Nov 1928)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Directed by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedy DramaOriginal
Goin' Home (Aug 23, 1928 - Oct 1928)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Staged by Brock Pemberton
PlayDramaOriginal
Say It With Flowers (Dec 03, 1926 - Dec 1926)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Staged by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedy FarceOriginal
The Ladder (Oct 22, 1926 - May 1928)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Staged by Brock Pemberton
PlayDramaOriginal
Loose Ankles (Aug 16, 1926 - Jan 1927)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Staged by Brock Pemberton
PlayFarce ComedyOriginal
The Masque of Venice (Mar 02, 1926 - Mar 1926)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Staged by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedyOriginal
Puppets (Mar 09, 1925 - Apr 1925)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Staged by Brock Pemberton
PlayMelodrama PuppetsOriginal
The Little Angel (Sep 27, 1924 - Nov 1924)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedyOriginal
The Mask and the Face (Sep 10, 1924 - Sep 1924)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedyOriginal
Six Characters in Search of an Author (Feb 06, 1924 - Feb 1924)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Staged by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedyRevival
Mr. Pitt (Jan 22, 1924 - Apr 1924)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
PlayOriginal
The Living Mask (Jan 21, 1924 - Feb 1924)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedy SatireOriginal
White Desert (Oct 18, 1923 - Oct 1923)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Directed by Brock Pemberton
PlayDramaOriginal
The Love Habit (Mar 14, 1923 - May 1923)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Directed by Brock Pemberton
PlayFarceOriginal
Rita Coventry (Feb 19, 1923 - Mar 1923)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Staged by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedyOriginal
Six Characters in Search of an Author (Oct 30, 1922 - Feb 1923)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Staged by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedyOriginal
The Plot Thickens (Sep 05, 1922 - Sep 1922)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Staged by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedyOriginal
Swords (Sep 01, 1921 - Sep 1921)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Staged by Brock Pemberton
PlayDramaOriginal
Miss Lulu Bett (Dec 27, 1920 - Jun 1921)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Staged by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedyOriginal
The Tavern (Sep 27, 1920 - May 1921)
  • Produced by arrangement with Brock Pemberton
PlayComedy Satire TragedyOriginal
Enter Madame (Aug 16, 1920 - Apr 1922)
  • Produced by Brock Pemberton
  • Directed by Brock Pemberton
PlayComedyOriginal

Tony Award®

Special Award

1950 | Recipient
Brock Pemberton (founder of the awards and original chairman - posthumous)

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