Gender
Male
Born
Mar 28, 1891
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Died
Sep 01, 1955
New York, New York, USA
Director Stage Manager Performer Choreographer
  • CREDITS
    Time Out for Ginger (Nov 26, 1952 - Jun 27, 1953)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Ed Hoffman]
    PlayComedyOriginal
    The Wild Duck (Dec 26, 1951 - Jan 06, 1952)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Lt. Ekdal]
    PlayDramaRevival
    Me and Molly (Feb 26, 1948 - Jul 10, 1948)
    • Also Starring: Philip Loeb [Jake Goldberg]
    PlayComedyOriginal
    Wonderful Journey (Dec 25, 1946 - Jan 01, 1947)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Max Levene]
    PlayComedyOriginal
    Common Ground (Apr 25, 1945 - Jun 23, 1945)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Buzz Bernard]
    PlayOriginal
    Seven Lively Arts (Dec 07, 1944 - May 12, 1945)
    • Sketches directed by Philip Loeb
    MusicalRevueOriginal
    Over 21 (Jan 03, 1944 - Jul 08, 1944)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Joel I. Nixon]
    PlayOriginal
    Sweet Charity (Dec 28, 1942 - Jan 02, 1943)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Harry Trott]
    PlayComedyOriginal
    Heavenly Express (Apr 18, 1940 - May 04, 1940)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Rocky Mountain Red]
    PlayFantasyOriginal
    Night Music (Feb 22, 1940 - Mar 09, 1940)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Al]
    PlayDramaOriginal
    Swingin' The Dream (Nov 29, 1939 - Dec 09, 1939)
    • Dialogue directed by Philip Loeb
    MusicalComedy VarietyOriginal
    My Heart's in the Highlands (Apr 13, 1939 - May 1939)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Ben Alexander]
    PlayOriginal
    Sing Out the News (Sep 24, 1938 - Jan 07, 1939)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Ed, Mayor LaGuardia, L.B., Gentleman from Virginia, Third Tycoon, "Yip Ahoy, or Adrift on the Old Prairie" Performer, Groucho Marx, Uncle Sam]
    MusicalRevueOriginal
    Room Service (May 19, 1937 - Jul 16, 1938)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Harry Binion]
    PlayComedyOriginal
    Parade (May 20, 1935 - Jun 22, 1935)
    • Dialogue staged by Philip Loeb
    MusicalRevue SatireOriginal
    Life Begins at 8:40 (Aug 27, 1934 - Mar 16, 1935)
    • The Comedy Scenes directed by Philip Loeb
    MusicalRevueOriginal
    Let 'Em Eat Cake (Oct 21, 1933 - Jan 06, 1934)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Kruger]
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Flying Colors (Sep 15, 1932 - Jan 25, 1933)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb ["Just Around the Corner" Performer, "Sister Act" Performer, Uncle Norman, "Service" Performer, Dr. Kaufman]
    MusicalRevueOriginal
    The Band Wagon (Jun 03, 1931 - Jan 16, 1932)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [For Good Old Nectar, Jasper, "Nanette", Walker, Mr. Leftwich]
    MusicalRevueOriginal
    Garrick Gaieties (Oct 16, 1930 - Oct 1930)
    • Staged by Philip Loeb
    • Performer: Philip Loeb
    MusicalRevueRevival
    Garrick Gaieties (Jun 04, 1930 - Oct 08, 1930)
    • Directed by Philip Loeb
    • Performer: Philip Loeb
    MusicalRevueRevival
    June Moon (Oct 09, 1929 - Jun 04, 1930)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Benny Fox]
    PlayComedyOriginal
    Chee-Chee (Sep 25, 1928 - Oct 20, 1928)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Produndity and Meditation, Innkeeper]
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Merry-Go-Round (May 31, 1927 - Sep 24, 1927)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb
    MusicalComedy RevueOriginal
    Right You Are If You Think You Are (Mar 02, 1927 - Apr 1927)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Centuri]
    PlayOriginal
    The Brothers Karamazov (Jan 03, 1927 - Feb 1927)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Vroubleski]
    PlayOriginal
    Ned McCobb's Daughter (Nov 29, 1926 - Apr 1927)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Nat Glidden]
    PlayOriginal
    Juarez and Maximilian (Oct 11, 1926 - Nov 1926)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Elizea, General Tomas Mejia]
    PlayDrama HistoryOriginal
    Garrick Gaieties (May 10, 1926 - Oct 09, 1926)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb
    MusicalRevueRevival
    The Goat Song (Jan 25, 1926 - Mar 1926)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Young Serving Man, Elder Modrygor]
    PlayOriginal
    Merchants of Glory (Dec 14, 1925 - Jan 16, 1926)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [A Man]
    PlayOriginal
    Garrick Gaieties (Jun 08, 1925 - Nov 28, 1925)
    • Directed by Philip Loeb
    • Performer: Philip Loeb
    MusicalRevueOriginal
    Processional (Jan 12, 1925 - Mar 1925)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Isaac Cohen]
    PlayComedyOriginal
    The Guardsman (Oct 13, 1924 - Jun 06, 1925)
    • Stage Manager: Philip Loeb
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [A Creditor]
    PlayComedyOriginal
    The Failures (Nov 19, 1923 - Jan 1924)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [The Bell Boy, The Librarian]
    PlayDramaOriginal
    He Who Gets Slapped (Jan 09, 1922 - Jun 1922)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Pierre]
    PlayTragedyOriginal
    The Wife With the Smile and Bourbouroche (Nov 28, 1921 - Dec 1921)
    • The Wife With the Smile
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [A Clerk]
    PlayComedy TragedyOriginal
    • Bourbouroche
    • Performer: Philip Loeb [Henri]
    PlayFarceOriginal
    Grasshopper (Apr 07, 1917 - Apr 1917)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb
    PlayOriginal
    Object - Matrimony (Oct 25, 1916 - Nov 1916)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb
    PlayOriginal
    If I Were King (Apr 29, 1916 - May 1916)
    • Performer: Philip Loeb
    PlayDramaRevival
Time Out for Ginger (Nov 26, 1952 - Jun 27, 1953)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Ed Hoffman]
PlayComedyOriginal
The Wild Duck (Dec 26, 1951 - Jan 06, 1952)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Lt. Ekdal]
PlayDramaRevival
Me and Molly (Feb 26, 1948 - Jul 10, 1948)
  • Also Starring: Philip Loeb [Jake Goldberg]
PlayComedyOriginal
Wonderful Journey (Dec 25, 1946 - Jan 01, 1947)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Max Levene]
PlayComedyOriginal
Common Ground (Apr 25, 1945 - Jun 23, 1945)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Buzz Bernard]
PlayOriginal
Seven Lively Arts (Dec 07, 1944 - May 12, 1945)
  • Sketches directed by Philip Loeb
MusicalRevueOriginal
Over 21 (Jan 03, 1944 - Jul 08, 1944)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Joel I. Nixon]
PlayOriginal
Sweet Charity (Dec 28, 1942 - Jan 02, 1943)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Harry Trott]
PlayComedyOriginal
Heavenly Express (Apr 18, 1940 - May 04, 1940)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Rocky Mountain Red]
PlayFantasyOriginal
Night Music (Feb 22, 1940 - Mar 09, 1940)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Al]
PlayDramaOriginal
Swingin' The Dream (Nov 29, 1939 - Dec 09, 1939)
  • Dialogue directed by Philip Loeb
MusicalComedy VarietyOriginal
My Heart's in the Highlands (Apr 13, 1939 - May 1939)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Ben Alexander]
PlayOriginal
Sing Out the News (Sep 24, 1938 - Jan 07, 1939)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Ed, Mayor LaGuardia, L.B., Gentleman from Virginia, Third Tycoon, "Yip Ahoy, or Adrift on the Old Prairie" Performer, Groucho Marx, Uncle Sam]
MusicalRevueOriginal
Room Service (May 19, 1937 - Jul 16, 1938)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Harry Binion]
PlayComedyOriginal
Parade (May 20, 1935 - Jun 22, 1935)
  • Dialogue staged by Philip Loeb
MusicalRevue SatireOriginal
Life Begins at 8:40 (Aug 27, 1934 - Mar 16, 1935)
  • The Comedy Scenes directed by Philip Loeb
MusicalRevueOriginal
Let 'Em Eat Cake (Oct 21, 1933 - Jan 06, 1934)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Kruger]
MusicalComedyOriginal
Flying Colors (Sep 15, 1932 - Jan 25, 1933)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb ["Just Around the Corner" Performer, "Sister Act" Performer, Uncle Norman, "Service" Performer, Dr. Kaufman]
MusicalRevueOriginal
The Band Wagon (Jun 03, 1931 - Jan 16, 1932)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [For Good Old Nectar, Jasper, "Nanette", Walker, Mr. Leftwich]
MusicalRevueOriginal
Garrick Gaieties (Oct 16, 1930 - Oct 1930)
  • Staged by Philip Loeb
  • Performer: Philip Loeb
MusicalRevueRevival
Garrick Gaieties (Jun 04, 1930 - Oct 08, 1930)
  • Directed by Philip Loeb
  • Performer: Philip Loeb
MusicalRevueRevival
June Moon (Oct 09, 1929 - Jun 04, 1930)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Benny Fox]
PlayComedyOriginal
Chee-Chee (Sep 25, 1928 - Oct 20, 1928)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Produndity and Meditation, Innkeeper]
MusicalComedyOriginal
Merry-Go-Round (May 31, 1927 - Sep 24, 1927)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb
MusicalComedy RevueOriginal
Right You Are If You Think You Are (Mar 02, 1927 - Apr 1927)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Centuri]
PlayOriginal
The Brothers Karamazov (Jan 03, 1927 - Feb 1927)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Vroubleski]
PlayOriginal
Ned McCobb's Daughter (Nov 29, 1926 - Apr 1927)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Nat Glidden]
PlayOriginal
Juarez and Maximilian (Oct 11, 1926 - Nov 1926)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Elizea, General Tomas Mejia]
PlayDrama HistoryOriginal
Garrick Gaieties (May 10, 1926 - Oct 09, 1926)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb
MusicalRevueRevival
The Goat Song (Jan 25, 1926 - Mar 1926)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Young Serving Man, Elder Modrygor]
PlayOriginal
Merchants of Glory (Dec 14, 1925 - Jan 16, 1926)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [A Man]
PlayOriginal
Garrick Gaieties (Jun 08, 1925 - Nov 28, 1925)
  • Directed by Philip Loeb
  • Performer: Philip Loeb
MusicalRevueOriginal
Processional (Jan 12, 1925 - Mar 1925)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Isaac Cohen]
PlayComedyOriginal
The Guardsman (Oct 13, 1924 - Jun 06, 1925)
  • Stage Manager: Philip Loeb
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [A Creditor]
PlayComedyOriginal
The Failures (Nov 19, 1923 - Jan 1924)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [The Bell Boy, The Librarian]
PlayDramaOriginal
He Who Gets Slapped (Jan 09, 1922 - Jun 1922)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Pierre]
PlayTragedyOriginal
The Wife With the Smile and Bourbouroche (Nov 28, 1921 - Dec 1921)
  • The Wife With the Smile
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [A Clerk]
PlayComedy TragedyOriginal
  • Bourbouroche
  • Performer: Philip Loeb [Henri]
PlayFarceOriginal
Grasshopper (Apr 07, 1917 - Apr 1917)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb
PlayOriginal
Object - Matrimony (Oct 25, 1916 - Nov 1916)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb
PlayOriginal
If I Were King (Apr 29, 1916 - May 1916)
  • Performer: Philip Loeb
PlayDramaRevival

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