Frank M. Stammers
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Frank M. Stammers (d. June 27, 1921, New York City) was a theatre director, choreographer, playwright, lyricist, and actor who directed L. Frank Baum and Louis F. Gottschalk's The Tik-Tok Man of Oz for producer Oliver Morosco in 1913 in Los Angeles and on tour.
He is also noted for his role as Dave Kinney in The Ninety and Nine by Ramsay Morris, and in October 1903 he appeared in Morris and Franklyn Fyles's adaptation of Hallie Erminie Rives's novel, Hearts Courageous in the role of Philip Frenau. He also wrote the book and lyrics as well as directed the Harold Orlob musical comedy about mermaids, Nothing but Love, which played on Broadway in 1919. Other Broadway directing credits include See My Lawyer by Max Marcin (1915), His Little Widows by William Schroeder (music), Rida Johnson Young and William Carey Duncan (book and lyrics); (1917), and It's Up to You [Book by Augustin MacHugh and Douglas Leavitt; Lyrics by Edward Paulton, Harry Clarke and John L. McManus; Music by Manuel Klein (who was originally attached to Tik-Tok Man)] (1921).
He was theatrical director at Delmar Garden in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1910.
- Frank M. Stammers on The Internet Broadway Database
- Frank Stammers at The Internet Broadway Database
- The New York Times, October 4, 1903. http://query.nytimes.com/mem/archive-free/pdf?res=F10D13FF3B5D16738DDDAD0894D8415B838CF1D3
- "Stage Director Finds Mrs. Doxey a Poor Heroine," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, June 3, 1910, page 2
- Obituaries. The New York Times, July 4, 1921. http://query.nytimes.com/mem/archive-free/pdf?res=FB0E1FF93D5A1B7A93C6A9178CD85F458285F9
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