Gender
Male
Born
Oct 15, 1887
Edlington, ENGLAND
Died
Oct 07, 1956
Nice, FRANCE
Designer Director Producer Performer Conception Special Effects Choreographer Technical Staff Production Staff
Also Known As
H. Hassard Short
Hubert Hassard-Short [Birthname]
Relations
Partner of
Billy Ladd
My Darlin' Aida (Oct 27, 1952 - Jan 10, 1953)
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
  • Production Supervisor: Hassard Short
MusicalOriginal
Seventeen (Jun 21, 1951 - Nov 24, 1951)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
MusicalComedyOriginal
Michael Todd's Peep Show (Jun 28, 1950 - Feb 25, 1951)
  • Directed by Hassard Short
MusicalRevueOriginal
Make Mine Manhattan (Jan 15, 1948 - Jan 08, 1949)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
MusicalRevueOriginal
Music in My Heart (Oct 02, 1947 - Jan 24, 1948)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
MusicalOriginal
Carmen Jones (Apr 07, 1946 - May 04, 1946)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
MusicalRevival
Show Boat (Jan 05, 1946 - Jan 04, 1947)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
MusicalDramaRevival
Marinka (Jul 18, 1945 - Dec 08, 1945)
  • Directed by Hassard Short
MusicalDrama RomanceOriginal
Carmen Jones (May 02, 1945 - Closing date unknown)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
MusicalRevival
Seven Lively Arts (Dec 07, 1944 - May 12, 1945)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
MusicalRevueOriginal
Mexican Hayride (Jan 28, 1944 - Mar 17, 1945)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
MusicalComedyOriginal
Carmen Jones (Dec 02, 1943 - Feb 10, 1945)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
MusicalOriginal
Lady in the Dark (Feb 27, 1943 - May 15, 1943)
  • Production Design by Hassard Short
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
  • Musical Staging by Hassard Short
MusicalRevival
Something for the Boys (Jan 07, 1943 - Jan 08, 1944)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
MusicalComedyOriginal
Star and Garter (Jun 24, 1942 - Dec 04, 1943)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
MusicalRevueOriginal
Banjo Eyes (Dec 25, 1941 - Apr 12, 1942)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
  • Musical Staging by Hassard Short
MusicalComedyOriginal
Lady in the Dark (Jan 23, 1941 - May 30, 1942)
  • Production Design by Hassard Short
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
  • All musical sequences staged by Hassard Short
MusicalComedyOriginal
The American Way (Jul 17, 1939 - Sep 23, 1939)
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
  • Technical Director: Hassard Short
PlaySpectacleOriginal
From Vienna (Jun 20, 1939 - Aug 26, 1939)
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
MusicalRevueOriginal
The Hot Mikado (Mar 23, 1939 - Jun 03, 1939)
  • Directed by Hassard Short
MusicalAll Black CastOperettaOriginal
The American Way (Jan 21, 1939 - Jun 1939)
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
  • Technical Director: Hassard Short
PlaySpectacleOriginal
Three Waltzes (Dec 25, 1937 - Apr 09, 1938)
  • Staged and Directed by Hassard Short
MusicalRomanceOriginal
Between the Devil (Dec 22, 1937 - Mar 12, 1938)
  • Production staged by Hassard Short
MusicalComedyOriginal
Frederika (Feb 04, 1937 - May 01, 1937)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
  • Production Supervised by Hassard Short
MusicalOperettaOriginal
Jubilee (Oct 12, 1935 - Mar 07, 1936)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
  • Production Supervised by Hassard Short
MusicalComedyOriginal
The Great Waltz (Aug 05, 1935 - Sep 16, 1935)
  • Directed by Hassard Short
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
MusicalOperettaOriginal
The Great Waltz (Sep 22, 1934 - Jun 08, 1935)
  • Directed by Hassard Short
  • Scenic Effects by Hassard Short
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
  • Conceived by Hassard Short
  • Mechanical Effects by Hassard Short
MusicalOperettaOriginal
Roberta (Nov 18, 1933 - Jul 21, 1934)
  • Uncredited Director: Hassard Short
  • Uncredited Lighting Design by Hassard Short
MusicalComedyOriginal
As Thousands Cheer (Sep 30, 1933 - Sep 08, 1934)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
MusicalRevueOriginal
Face the Music (Jan 31, 1933 - Feb 25, 1933)
  • Production staged by Hassard Short
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
MusicalComedy RevueRevival
Face the Music (Feb 17, 1932 - Jul 09, 1932)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
MusicalComedy RevueOriginal
The Band Wagon (Jun 03, 1931 - Jan 16, 1932)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
MusicalRevueOriginal
Three's a Crowd (Oct 15, 1930 - Jun 06, 1931)
  • Directed by Hassard Short
  • Lighting Design by Hassard Short
MusicalRevueOriginal
Sunny Days (Feb 08, 1928 - May 05, 1928)
  • Produced by Hassard Short
  • Directed by Hassard Short
MusicalComedyOriginal
Lucky (Mar 22, 1927 - May 21, 1927)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
MusicalComedyOriginal
Oh, Please (Dec 17, 1926 - Feb 1927)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
MusicalFarce RevueOriginal
No Trespassing (Sep 07, 1926 - Sep 1926)
  • Produced by Hassard Short
PlayComedyOriginal
The Greenwich Village Follies [1925] (Dec 24, 1925 - May 1926)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
MusicalRevueOriginal
Sunny (Sep 22, 1925 - Dec 11, 1926)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
MusicalComedyOriginal
Cradle Snatchers (Sep 07, 1925 - Oct 1926)
  • Produced by arrangement with Hassard Short
PlayComedy FarceOriginal
The Magnolia Lady (Nov 25, 1924 - Jan 03, 1925)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
MusicalComedyOriginal
Hassard Short's Ritz Revue (Sep 17, 1924 - Dec 1924)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
MusicalRevueOriginal
Peg-O'-My-Dreams (May 05, 1924 - May 31, 1924)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
  • Conceived by Hassard Short
MusicalComedyOriginal
Music Box Revue [1923] (Sep 22, 1923 - May 1924)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
MusicalRevueOriginal
Music Box Revue [1922-23] (Oct 23, 1922 - Aug 04, 1923)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
MusicalRevueOriginal
Music Box Revue [1921] (Sep 22, 1921 - Sep 30, 1922)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
MusicalRevueOriginal
The Rose Girl (Feb 11, 1921 - May 07, 1921)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
MusicalComedyOriginal
Her Family Tree (Dec 27, 1920 - Mar 19, 1921)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
PlayComedy Play with musicOriginal
Honeydew (Sep 06, 1920 - Jun 25, 1921)
  • Staged by Hassard Short
  • Scenic Design by Hassard Short
PlayPlay with musicOriginal
First is Last (Sep 17, 1919 - Nov 1919)
  • Performer: Hassard Short [Doug]
PlayComedyOriginal
East is West (Dec 25, 1918 - Aug 1920)
  • Performer: Hassard Short [James Potter]
PlayOriginal
Some One in the House (Sep 09, 1918 - Oct 1918)
  • Performer: Hassard Short
PlayOriginal
The Basker (Oct 30, 1916 - Dec 1916)
  • Performer: Hassard Short
PlayOriginal
The Unchastened Woman (Oct 09, 1915 - Mar 1916)
  • Performer: H. Hassard Short
PlayOriginal
Just as Well (Mar 06, 1914 - Mar 1914)
  • Performer: Hassard Short
PlayOriginal
Peg O' My Heart (Dec 20, 1912 - May 1914)
  • Performer: Hassard Short [Alaric]
PlayComedyOriginal
Betsy (Dec 11, 1911 - Jan 06, 1912)
  • Performer: Hassard Short [Teddy Bacon]
MusicalComedyOriginal
Smith (Sep 05, 1910 - Dec 1910)
  • Performer: Hassard Short [Algernon Peppercorn]
PlayOriginal
The Dollar Mark (Aug 23, 1909 - Oct 1909)
  • Performer: Hassard Short
PlayDramaOriginal
The Man from Home (Aug 17, 1908 - Nov 06, 1909)
  • Performer: Hassard Short [Horace Granger-Simpson]
PlayComedyOriginal
Nurse Marjorie (Oct 03, 1906 - Nov 1906)
  • Performer: Hassard Short
PlayComedyOriginal
The Toast of the Town (Nov 27, 1905 - Dec 30, 1905)
  • Performer: Hassard Short
PlayOriginal
The Proud Laird (Apr 24, 1905 - Apr 29, 1905)
  • Performer: H. Hassard Short [Clunie Invermorach]
PlayComedyOriginal
Mrs. Battle's Bath (Apr 11, 1905 - Apr 1905)
  • Performer: Hassard Short
PlayOne ActOriginal
Man Proposes (Mar 11, 1904 - Apr 1904)
  • Performer: Hassard Short
PlayComedyOriginal
Glad of It (Dec 28, 1903 - Jan 1904)
  • Performer: Hassard Short [Reginald Norton]
PlayDramaOriginal
The Stubbornness of Geraldine (Nov 03, 1902 - Dec 1902)
  • Performer: H. Hassard Short
PlayDramaOriginal
The Second in Command (Sep 02, 1901 - Dec 1901)
  • Performer: H. Hassard Short
PlayComedyOriginal

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