Gender
Male
Born
circa 1851
New York, New York, USA
Died
Oct 02, 1933
Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
Director Performer Producer Writer
She Stoops to Conquer (May 14, 1928 - May 1928)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayComedyRevival
The Two Orphans (Apr 05, 1926 - May 1926)
  • Performer: William Seymour [Dr. of Hospitals]
PlayDramaRevival
The School for Scandal (Dec 06, 1925 - Dec 06, 1925)
  • Performer: William Seymour [Rowley]
PlayComedyRevival
Trelawny of the "Wells" (Jun 01, 1925 - Jun 07, 1925)
  • Directed by William Seymour
PlayComedyRevival
She Stoops to Conquer (Jun 09, 1924 - Jun 1924)
  • Produced under the direction of William Seymour
PlayComedyRevival
The Goose Hangs High (Jan 29, 1924 - Jul 05, 1924)
  • Performer: William Seymour [Noel Derby]
PlayOriginal
The Rivals (Jun 05, 1922 - Jun 1922)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayComedyRevival
To the Ladies (Feb 20, 1922 - Jun 10, 1922)
  • Performer: William Seymour [The Toastmaster]
PlayComedyOriginal
Mr. Barnum (Sep 09, 1918 - Sep 1918)
  • Performer: William Seymour
PlayOriginal
Love's Lightning (Mar 25, 1918 - Closing date unknown)
  • Performer: William Seymour
PlayOriginal
Smith (Sep 05, 1910 - Dec 1910)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayOriginal
Lady Frederick (Nov 09, 1908 - Feb 1909)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayOriginal
Samson (Oct 19, 1908 - Mar 1909)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayOriginal
Jack Straw (Sep 14, 1908 - Dec 1908)
  • Directed by William Seymour
PlayComedyOriginal
The Mollusc (Sep 01, 1908 - Nov 1908)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayComedyOriginal
Love Watches (Aug 27, 1908 - Jan 1909)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayComedyOriginal
Toddles (Mar 16, 1908 - Mar 1908)
  • Directed by William Seymour
PlayOriginal
The Thief (Sep 09, 1907 - May 1908)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayOriginal
Brigadier Gerard (Nov 05, 1906 - Nov 19, 1906)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayComedyOriginal
The Hypocrites (Aug 30, 1906 - Feb 1907)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayDramaOriginal
Just Out of College (Sep 27, 1905 - Nov 1905)
  • Directed by William Seymour
PlayComedyOriginal
Beauty and the Barge (Sep 06, 1905 - Sep 16, 1905)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayFarceOriginal
Friquet (Jan 31, 1905 - Feb 1905)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayDramaOriginal
Sunday (Nov 15, 1904 - Jan 1905)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayComedyOriginal
Little Johnny Jones (Nov 07, 1904 - Dec 24, 1904)
  • Performer: William Seymour
MusicalOriginal
The Duke of Killicrankie (Sep 05, 1904 - Dec 1904)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayFarce RomanceOriginal
The Two Orphans (Mar 28, 1904 - May 1904)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayDramaRevival
The Ruling Power (Mar 14, 1904 - Apr 1904)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayDramaOriginal
Arrah-Na-Pogue (Sep 07, 1903 - Oct 31, 1903)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayDrama Play with musicRevival
The Cavalier (Dec 08, 1902 - Feb 1903)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayDramaOriginal
Tom Moore (Aug 31, 1901 - Oct 05, 1901)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayDrama Play with music RomanceOriginal
In the Palace of the King (Dec 31, 1900 - Apr 1901)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayDramaOriginal
The Greatest Thing in the World (Oct 08, 1900 - Oct 22, 1900)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayDramaOriginal
  • The Moment of Death
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayDramaOne ActOriginal
  • The Greatest Thing in the World
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayDramaOriginal
Little Nell and the Marchioness (Mar 26, 1900 - Apr 1900)
  • Staged by William Seymour
  • Performer: William Seymour
PlayOriginal
Little Red Riding Hood (Jan 08, 1900 - Jan 20, 1900)
  • Directed by William Seymour
MusicalExtravaganzaOriginal
Barbara Frietchie (Oct 23, 1899 - Jan 1900)
  • Staged by William Seymour
PlayOriginal
The Only Way (Sep 16, 1899 - Nov 1899)
  • Directed by William Seymour
PlayDrama RomanceOriginal
The King's Musketeer (Feb 27, 1899 - Apr 1899)
  • Directed by William Seymour
PlayRomanceOriginal
Salviati, or the Silent Man (Jan 10, 1881 - Jan 16, 1881)
  • Written by William Seymour
PlayDramaOriginal

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