(1950) Stage: Appeared (as "Cordelia") in "King Lear" on Broadway
. Also in cast: Louis Calhern
(as "Lear"), Norman Lloyd
(as "The Fool").
(1966) Unsold pilot: Starred in a comedy pilot called "Penelope Beware". The plot concerned a rich woman who had a will which left her entire fortune to the servants, who spent all their waking hours plotting to do her in.
(1960) Stage: Appeared (as "Jane") in "A Second String" on Broadway
. Written by Lucienne Hill
. Adapted from a novel by Colette. Scenic Design by Ben Edwards. Costume Design by Robert Mackintosh. Lighting Design by Ben Edwards. Directed by Raymond Gerome. Eugene O'Neill Theatre: 13 Apr 1960-7 May 1960 (29 performances). Cast: Jean-Pierre Aumont
(as "Farou"), Shirley Booth
(as "Fanny"), Cathleen Nesbitt
(as "Clara"), Carrie Nye
(as "Inez"; Broadway debut
), Ben Piazza
(as "Paul"). Produced by Leonard Sillman
, Carroll Masterson and Harris Masterson.
(1949) Stage: Appeared (as "Olivia") in "Twelfth Night" on Broadway
. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare
. Musical Director: Harold R. Coletta. Scenic / Costume Design by Louis Kennel. Directed by Valentine Windt. Empire Theatre: 3 Oct 1949-12 Nov 1949 (48 performances). Cast: Henry Brandon
(as "Orsino, Duke of Illyria"), William Bromfield (as "Sebastian, Viola's twin brother "), Sally Chamberlain (as "Lady in Olivia's house"), Ruth Enders (as "Maria, Olivia's waiting woman"), Robert Hartung (as "Curio, attendant of Orsino"), Walter Klavun (as "Antonio, a sea captain"), Helen Marcy (as "Lady in Olivia's house"), Paul Menard (as "Sailor" / "Officer"), Arnold Moss
(as "Malvolio, Olivia's steward"), Carl Benton Reid
(as "Sir Toby Belch, Oivia's kinsman"; final Broadway
role), Frances Reid (as "Viola"), Winston Ross (as "Valentine, attendant of Orsino" / "Officer"), Truman Smith (as "Fabian, inhabitant of Illyria"), Philip Tonge
(as "Sir Andrew Aguecheek, companion of Sir Toby"), Harry Townes (as "Feste, a jester in Olivia's household"), Tom Emlyn Williams (as "Sea Captain" / "Priest"), Michael Wyler. Produced by Roger L. Stevens
(2/15/53) Radio: Appeared in a "Theatre Guild on the Air" production of "Cass Timberlane".
(1947). Stage Play: John Loves Mary. Comedy/farce. Written by Norman Krasna
. Scenic Design by Frederick Fox. Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard
. Directed by Joshua Logan
. Booth Theatre (moved to The Music Box Theatre from 17 Mar 1947- close): 4 Feb 1947- 7 Feb 1948 (423 performances). Cast: Harry Bannister (as "Harwood Biddle"), Lyle Bettger
(as "Lt. Victor O'Leary"), Ralph W. Chambers
(as "Oscar Dugan"), Tom Ewell
(as "Fred Taylor"), Nina Foch
(as "Mary McKinley"), Ann Mason (as "Mrs. Phyllis McKinley"), William Prince (as "John Lawrence"), Max Showalter
(as "George Beechwood"), Loring Smith
(as "Senator James McKinley"). Produced by Richard Rodgers
and Oscar Hammerstein II
. Produced in association with Joshua Logan. Note: Filmed by Warner Bros. as John Loves Mary
(March 8, 1954) Moderator of the television program "Let's Take Sides".
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