- Charles Dazey
A writer and playwright, Dazey attended the state university in Lexington, Kentucky, and graduated from Harvard in 1881. He edited The Harvard Advocate and was elected poet of his class. While at college his poems were published in The Century Magazine. His comedietta Rustication was produced at the Boston Museum while he was a sophomore.
In 1892 Dazey wrote the libretto for War-Time Wedding, music by Oscar Weil of San Francisco, produced by The Bostonians with Henry Barnabee and Alice Nielsen.
He wrote several plays for Kate Putnam, American King for James O'Neill and The Little Maverick for Maggie Mitchell.
His greatest success, In Old Kentucky, was written for Jacob Litt. For over twenty-six years it had uninterrupted production in America.
He was a member of the Lambs Club in New York. He married the actress Lucy Harding.
Broadways shows written by Charles Dazey
- Humming Sam Based on the play In Old Kentucky April 8, 1933 – April 8, 1933
- The Stranger December 21, 1911 – January 1912
- The Three Lights October 31, 1911 – November 1911
- The Girl from Texas June 1, 1908 – [unknown]
- The American Lord April 16, 1906 – May 1906
- Home Folks December 26, 1904 – January 1905
- The Suburban March 23, 1903
- The Tarrytown Widow May 9, 1898 – [unknown]
- The War of Wealth February 10, 1896 – [unknown]
Carolyn Lowrey (1920). "Charles T. Dazey" (PDF). The First One Hundred Noted Men and Women of the Screen. Moffat, Yard. pp. 42–43. http://books.google.com/books/pdf/The_First_One_Hundred_Noted_Men_and_Wome.pdf?id=CDEOAAAAIAAJ&output=pdf&sig=JEYt1CkS_kn2b2-QoWJebBgu-Cw. Retrieved 2007-06-19.
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