"Geo. W. Monroe afforded considerable amusement to the newcomers, and recalled his past efforts to those who had previously witnessed his work in farce comedy. He was given a generous amount af applause."
from "Mr. Burlesque Himself, William B. Gill"
(Kurt Ganzl, 2014):
"...in 1904 his name appeared as author of the ‘comedy melodrama’ with songs Mrs Mac, the Mayor,
a vehicle for vast old-timer George W. Monroe (‘a much better play than he has had recently’)..."
John Fuller Golden wrote a book about the first actor's union, "My Lady Vaudeville and her White Rats"
(Broadway Publishing Co., 1909) which lists George W. Monroe as a founding member.
The Passing Show of 1915 / original musical revue / May 29, 1915 - Oct 02, 1915
The Passing Show of 1914 / original musical revue / Jun 01, 1914 - Sep 03, 1914
The Sun Dodgers / musical, George W. Monroe as Mrs. Honoria O'Day / Nov 30, 1912 - Dec 14, 1912
The Never Homes / musical, George W. Monroe as Patricia Flynn / Oct 05, 1911 - Dec 23, 1911
The Midnight Sons / original musical comedy / May 22, 1909 - Jan 01, 1910
The Mimic World  / musical revue / George W. Monroe as Miss Tiny Daley / July 09, 1908 - Oct 03, 1908
The Top o' th' World / musical extravaganza / George W. Monroe as Aurora Borealis / Oct 19, 1907 - Feb 22, 1908
The Doings of Mrs. Dooley / musical farce / staged by George W. Monroe / Sep 22, 1902 - Nov 22, 1902
A Happy Little Home / play with music / George W. Monroe as Owen Moore / Nov 25, 1895 - Closing date unknown