Eddie Dowling (Designer) | Playbill

Eddie Dowling

Designer
  • Also Known As: Edward Dowling, Joseph Nelson Goucher
  • Born: Dec 10, 1889 in Woonsocket, Rhode Island
  • Death: Feb 17, 1976 in Smithfield, Rhode Island

Roles (61)

The Righteous Are Bold Playbill - Dec 1955 The Righteous Are Bold
Opened December 22, 1955
  • Director
  • Producer
Paint Your Wagon Playbill - April 1952 Paint Your Wagon
Opened November 12, 1951
  • as Ben Rumson (Replacement)
Angel in the Pawnshop Playbill - Jan 1951 Angel in the Pawnshop
Opened January 18, 1951
  • as Hilary (Original)
  • Producer
Minnie and Mr. Williams Playbill - Oct 1948 Minnie and Mr. Williams
Opened October 27, 1948
  • as The Reverend John Williams (Original)
  • Staging
Heaven on Earth Playbill - Sept 1948 Heaven on Earth
Opened September 16, 1948
  • Production Supervisor
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Home Life of a Buffalo
Opened May 11, 1948
  • as Eddie (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Gone Tomorrow
Opened May 11, 1948
  • Producer
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Hope Is the Thing With Feathers
Opened May 11, 1948
  • Producer
Our Lan' Playbill - Sept 1947 Our Lan'
Opened September 27, 1947
  • Staging
  • Producer
The Iceman Cometh Playbill - Dec 1946 The Iceman Cometh
Opened October 09, 1946
  • Director
The Glass Menagerie Playbill - Aug 1945 The Glass Menagerie
Opened March 31, 1945
  • as The Son (Tom Wingfield) (Original)
  • Director
  • Producer
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Little Women
Opened December 12, 1944
  • Producer
Men to the Sea Playbill - Opening Night Men to the Sea
Opened October 03, 1944
  • Staging
Manhattan Nocturne Playbill - Oct 1943 Manhattan Nocturne
Opened October 26, 1943
  • as Peter Wade (Original)
This Rock Playbill - Feb 1943 This Rock
Opened February 18, 1943
  • Director
  • Producer
Hello, Out There Playbill - Oct 1942 Hello, Out There
Opened September 29, 1942
  • as Photo Finish (Original)
  • Staging
  • Producer
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Magic
Opened September 29, 1942
  • as Conjurer (Original)
  • Staging
  • Producer
Sons o' Fun Playbill - Dec 1941 Sons O' Fun
Opened December 01, 1941
  • Director
  • Lighting Design
Love's Old Sweet Song Playbill - May 1940 Love's Old Sweet Song
Opened May 02, 1940
  • Staging
  • Produced in Association with
The Time of Your Life Playbill - Jan 1940 The Time of Your Life
Opened October 25, 1939
  • as Joe (Original)
  • Director
  • Produced in Association with
The White Steed Playbill - Jan 1939 The White Steed
Opened January 10, 1939
  • Producer
Here Come the Clowns Playbill - Dec 1938 Here Come the Clowns
Opened December 07, 1938
  • as Dan Clancy (Original)
  • Producer
Madame Capet Playbill - Oct 1938 Madame Capet
Opened October 25, 1938
  • Producer
Shadow and Substance Playbill - Feb 1938 Shadow and Substance
Opened January 26, 1938
  • Producer
King Richard II Playbill - March 1937 King Richard II
Opened February 05, 1937
  • Producer
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Thumbs Up!
Opened December 27, 1934
  • Performer
  • Producer
Big Hearted Herbert Playbill - Jan 1934 Big Hearted Herbert
Opened January 01, 1934
  • Producer
Stepping Out Playbill - May 1929 Stepping Out
Opened May 20, 1929
  • Associated Producer
Sidewalks of New York Playbill - October 1927 Sidewalks of New York
Opened October 03, 1927
  • Book
  • Music
  • Lyrics
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Honeymoon Lane
Opened September 20, 1926
  • Book
  • Lyrics
  • as Tim Murphy (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Tell Me More
Opened April 13, 1925
  • as Harry (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Sally, Irene and Mary
Opened March 23, 1925
  • Book
  • as Jimmy Dugan (Original)
Kid Boots Playbill - September 1924 Kid Boots
Opened December 31, 1923
  • as Gentleman of the Ensemble (Replacement)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Earl Carroll's Vanities of 1923
Opened July 05, 1923
  • as Chorus (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Sally, Irene and Mary
Opened September 04, 1922
  • Book
  • as Jimmy Dugan (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Ziegfeld Follies of 1919
Opened June 16, 1919
  • Performer
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 The Velvet Lady
Opened February 03, 1919
  • as Mooney (Original)
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