Gender
Male
Born
Aug 24, 1875
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Died
Sep 01, 1945
Beverly Hills, California, USA
Director Producer Performer Writer Lyricist
Relations
Brother of
Edward Craven
Father of
John Craven
Son of
Ella Mayer Craven
Son of
John T. Craven
Uncle of
Eddie Craven
Very Good Eddie (Dec 21, 1975 - Sep 05, 1976)
  • Additional lyrics by Frank Craven
MusicalRevival
Mrs. January and Mr. X (Mar 31, 1944 - May 06, 1944)
  • Performer: Frank Craven [Martin Luther Cooper]
PlayComedyOriginal
The Flowers of Virtue (Feb 05, 1942 - Feb 07, 1942)
  • Performer: Frank Craven [Grover Bemis]
PlayOriginal
Village Green (Sep 03, 1941 - Sep 27, 1941)
  • Performer: Frank Craven [Judge Homer W. Peabody]
PlayOriginal
Our Town (Feb 04, 1938 - Nov 19, 1938)
  • Starring: Frank Craven [Stage Manager]
PlayDramaOriginal
For Valor (Nov 18, 1935 - Nov 1935)
  • Staged by Frank Craven
  • Performer: Frank Craven [Wallace I. Brown]
PlayComedyOriginal
A Touch of Brimstone (Sep 22, 1935 - Dec 1935)
  • Staged by Frank Craven
PlayOriginal
That's Gratitude (Jun 16, 1932 - Dec 1932)
  • Written by Frank Craven
PlayComedyRevival
Bridal Wise (May 30, 1932 - Sep 1932)
  • Staged by Frank Craven
PlayComedyOriginal
Riddle Me This (Feb 25, 1932 - May 21, 1932)
  • Staged by Frank Craven
  • Performer: Frank Craven [Kirk]
PlayComedyOriginal
Whistling in the Dark (Jan 19, 1932 - Feb 1933)
  • Directed by Frank Craven
PlayFarce MelodramaOriginal
That's Gratitude (Sep 11, 1930 - Mar 1931)
  • Staged by Frank Craven
  • Performer: Frank Craven [Robert Grant]
  • Written by Frank Craven
PlayComedyOriginal
Salt Water (Nov 26, 1929 - Feb 1930)
  • Performer: Frank Craven [John Horner]
PlayComedyOriginal
The 19th Hole (Oct 11, 1927 - Jan 1928)
  • Performer: Frank Craven [Vernon Chase]
  • Written by Frank Craven
PlayOriginal
Money from Home (Feb 28, 1927 - Mar 1927)
  • Staged by Frank Craven
  • Performer: Frank Craven [Dr. James Durham]
  • Written by Frank Craven
PlayComedyOriginal
Twinkle, Twinkle (Nov 16, 1926 - Apr 09, 1927)
  • Directed by Frank Craven
MusicalComedyOriginal
New Brooms (Nov 17, 1924 - Feb 1925)
  • Produced by Frank Craven
  • Staged by Frank Craven
  • Written by Frank Craven
PlayComedyOriginal
Up She Goes (Nov 06, 1922 - Jun 16, 1923)
  • Directed by Frank Craven
  • Book by Frank Craven
MusicalComedyOriginal
Spite Corner (Sep 25, 1922 - Jan 1923)
  • Written by Frank Craven
PlayComedyOriginal
The First Year (Oct 20, 1920 - Aug 1922)
  • Performer: Frank Craven [Thomas Tucker]
  • Written by Frank Craven
PlayComedyOriginal
The Girl from Home (May 03, 1920 - May 22, 1920)
  • Performer: Frank Craven [Brook Travers]
  • Book by Frank Craven
  • Lyrics by Frank Craven
MusicalFarceOriginal
The Night Boat (Feb 02, 1920 - Oct 30, 1920)
  • Additional lyrics by Frank Craven
MusicalComedyOriginal
Going Up (Dec 25, 1917 - Oct 26, 1918)
  • Performer: Frank Craven [Robert Street]
MusicalComedyOriginal
This Way Out (Aug 30, 1917 - Sep 1917)
  • Performer: Frank Craven
  • Written by Frank Craven
PlayOriginal
Seven Chances (Aug 08, 1916 - Dec 1916)
  • Performer: Frank Craven
PlayOriginal
Under Fire (Sep 11, 1915 - Jan 1916)
  • Performer: Frank Craven
PlayOriginal
Too Many Cooks (Feb 24, 1914 - Sep 1914)
  • Directed by Frank Craven
  • Performer: Frank Craven [Albert Bennett]
  • Written by Frank Craven
PlayOriginal
Bought and Paid For (Sep 26, 1911 - Oct 1912)
  • Performer: Frank Craven [James Gilley]
PlayOriginal
New York (Oct 17, 1910 - Oct 1910)
  • Performer: Frank Craven
PlayOriginal
The Writing on the Wall (Apr 26, 1909 - May 1909)
  • Performer: Frank Craven
PlayDramaOriginal
Artie (Oct 28, 1907 - Nov 1907)
  • Performer: Frank Craven
PlayComedyOriginal

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