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  • (9/97) Stage: Appeared in one-woman play "The Dragon and the Pearl" about the life of Pearl S. Buck, in Cambridge, MA, and later in New York.
  • (6/02) Stage: Appeared (as "Marjorie Taub" in "The Tale of the Allergist's Wife" by Charles Busch. Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, CA.
  • (4/1-4/7/03) Stage: Appeared in "The Tale of the Allergist's Wife" at the Shubert Performing Arts Center in New Haven, CT.
  • (1966) : Comedy album, "When You're In Love The Whole World Is Jewish" (character voices).
  • (2005-06) Stage: Appeared in North American tour of William Gibson "Golda's Balcony".
  • (10/22/59-12/17/60) Stage: Appeared in "Take Me Along" on Broadway. Directed by Peter Glenville. Shubert Theatre; 448 performances. Cast included Valerie Harper as "Lady Entertainer" / "Townswoman".
  • (Summer 2008) Stage: Appeared in "Looped", a play about Tallulah Bankhead, in Pasadena, CA.
  • (6/09) Stage: Appeared as Tallulah Bankhead in the stage production "Looped", at the Lincoln Theatre, Washington, DC.
  • (12/16/60-6/3/61) Stage: Appeared in "Wildcat" on Broadway. Directed / choreographed by Michael Kidd. Alvin Theatre; 171 performances. Cast included Valerie Harper as "Dancer".
  • (10/4/78) Guested on the daily program "Noontime" hosted by Mike Keen.
  • (10/14/82) Guest on "Good Morning New York".
  • (1/24/70) Guest on the Los Angeles based TV talk show "Boutique" hosted by Steve Dunne and Stephanie Edwards.
  • (6/18/02-8/11/02) Stage: Appeared in Charles Busch's play, "The Tale of the Allergist's Wife," in the West Coast premiere at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, CA, with Tony Roberts and Michele Lee in the cast. Lynne Meadow was director.
  • (2000) Stage: Appeared (as "Marjorie Taub") in "The Tale of the Allergist's Wife" on Broadway.
  • (2/2010) Stage: Appeared in "Looped" on Broadway as Tallulah Bankhead. With Brian Hutchison and Michael Mulheren.
  • (3/06-4/9/06) Stage: Appeared (as Golda Meir) in "Golda's Balcony" at the Hobby Center in Houston, TX.
  • Stage: Appeared (off-Broadway) in "Death-Defying Acts".

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