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(1970s) A California theatrical production and a 1983 East Coast revival of "Mame," portraying the title character, Mame Dennis.

Book: "See Scotland at Work: A Guide to Factories & Craft Workshops Open to Visitors" ASIN 0905521056

Book: "See Britain at Work" ASIN 0846703424

(1988) Exercise video and book, both entitled "Positive Moves."

(November 21, 1966) Appeared on the "Perry Como Thanksgiving Special" as Herself.

(December 21, 1964) Appeared on the "Perry Como Christmas Show" as Herself.

(1957) Theatrical production of "Hotel Paradiso" with Bert Lahr.

(1964) Theatrical production of "Anyone Can Whistle."

(1966-1967) Starred in Jerry Herman's production of "Mame" at the Winter Garden Theater on Broadway, portraying the title character, Mame Dennis, which won her a Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical, her first of five Tonys.

(February 6 to May 31, 1969) Starred in "Dear World" at the Mark Hellinger Theater on Broadway as "Countess Aurelia, The Madwoman of Chaillot," winning here the 1969 Tony Award® for Best Actress in a Musical, her second Tony. Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman. Written by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Based on "The Madwoman of Chaillot" by Jean Giraudoux, as adapted by Maurice Valency. Musical Director and vocal arrangements by Don Pippin. Orchestrations by Philip J. Lang. Dance and incidental music arrangements by Dorothea Freitag. Choreographed and Directed by Joe Layton. 132 performances plus 45 previews that began on December 18, 1968. With Jane Connell (as "Gabrielle, The Madwoman of Montmarte"), Carmen Mathews (as "Constance, The Madwoman of the Flea Market"), Milo O'Shea (as "The Sewerman"), Ted Agress (as "The Juggler"), Nicole Barth (as "Person of Paris"), Bruce Becker (as "Person of Paris"), Toney Brealond (as "Person of Paris"), Jane Coleman (as "Person of Paris"), Michael Davis (as "The Doorman"), Jack Davison (as "Person of Paris"), Jacque Dean (as "Person of Paris"), Richard Dodd (as "Person of Paris"), Clifford Fearl (as "Board Member"), Miguel Godreau (as "The Deaf-Mute"), John Grigas (as "Person of Paris"), Pamela Hall (as "Nina") [Broadway debut], Marian Haraldson (as "Person of Paris"), Tony Juliano (as "Person of Paris"), Charles Karel (as "Board Member"), Gene Kelton (as "Person of Paris"), Zale Kessler (as "Board Member"), Carolyn Kirsch (as "Person of Paris"), William Larsen (as "The Chairman of The Board"), Urylee Leonardos (as "Person of Paris"), Joe Masiell (as "The Prospector"), Ty McConnell (as "The Busboy"), Larry Merritt (as "Person of Paris"), Kurt Peterson (as "Julian"), Ruth Ramsey (as "Person of Paris"), Orrin Reiley (as "Person of Paris") [Broadway debut], Patsy Sabline (as "Person of Paris"), Connie Simmons (as "Person of Paris"), John Taliaferro (as "The Peddler"), Margot Travers (as "Person of Paris"), Gene Varrone (as "The Waiter"), Charles Welch (as "Board Member"), Mary Zahn (as "Person of Paris").

(May 1973 to Summer 1975) Theatrical production of Gypsy, portraying "Rose," beginning on London's West End, segueing into a U.S. tour in early 1974 (in Chicago she was awarded the Sarah Siddons Award), eventually reaching Broadway, where it ran until January 1975. After Broadway, there was a short break, before another U.S. tour, finishing at the end of Summer in 1975. Lansbury earned her third Tony Award, for Best Leading Actress in a Musical.

(1979-1980) Broadway production of "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street," (portraying "Nellie Lovett") a Stephen Sondheim musical directed by Harold Prince at Broadway's Uris Theatre, starring alongside Len Cariou (portraying the title character). This role won her fourth Tony Award and After Dark magazine's Ruby Award for Broadway Performer of the Year.

(2000) Radio commercial for The Salvation Army.

(1997) TV commercial for the Children's Miracle Network.

(1997) TV commercial for Ensure supplement.

(2001) TV commercial for Jell-O.

(2001) TV commercial for Walt Disney World (voice over).

(2002) TV commercial for Lilo & Stitch (2002).

(1987) TV commercial for Total breakfast cereals.

(January 1, 1993) Grand Marshal, Tournament of Roses parade in Pasadena, California, USA.

Album: "The Legends of Broadway--Angela Lansbury"

(February 26, 2009 - July 16, 2009) She acted in Sir Noel Coward's play, "Blithe Spirit," at the Shubert Theatre in New York City, New York with Rupert Everett, Christine Ebersole, Jayne Atkinson, Simon Jones, and Deborah Rush, directed by Michael Blakemore, OBE.

(September 15, 1952) Starred on the radio program "The Lux Video Theater," in "Stone's Throw," a comedy involving a young writer and a forest ranger, also starring Jeffrey Lynn.

(July 24 - August 28, 1983) "Mame" - Musical comedy (revival) on Broadway at the George Gershwin Theatre (41 performances + 7 previews that began on July 20, 1983), in the title role as Mame Dennis. Book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee (final Broadway credit during lifetime). Based on the book "Auntie Mame" by Patrick Dennis. Based on the play by Robert E. Lee and Jerome Lawrence. Music and Lyrics and Production supervised by Jerry Herman. Musical Director: Jim Coleman. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang. Vocal arrangements by Donald Pippin. Choreography recreated by Diana Baffa-Brill. Original choreography by Onna White. Directed by John Bowab. Additional Cast: Jane Connell, Anne Francine, Sab Shimono, Willard Waterman, Ellyn Arons, John C. Becher, Alyson Bristol, Merwin Foard, Marshall Hagins, Roshi Handwerger, Ken Henley, Jacob Mark Hopkin, Michaela Hughes, Suzanne Ishee, Kenneth Kantor, Harry Kingsley, Louise Kirtland, Melinda Koblick, Barbara Lang, David Loring, Carol Lurie, Daniel E. Mahon, Brian McAnally, David Miles, Patrick Sean Murphy, Bud Nease, Vya Negromonte, Michele Pigliavento, Richard Poole, Cissy Rebich, Joseph Rich, Mollie Smith, Fran Stevens, Scot Stewart, and Donald Wayne.

(1972) She acted in Edward Albee's play, "All Over," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Peggy Ashcroft, David Waller, Sheila Hancock, Sebastian Shaw, and Patience Collier also in the cast, and Peter Hall directing.

(1988) TV commercial for MasterCard (voice over).

(1990) Hosted the telecast of "The Wizard of Oz."

(1975) She portrayed Queen Gertrude in William Shakespeare's play "Hamlet" in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Albert Finney, Denis Quilley, Susan Fleetwood, and Simon Ward in the cast and Peter Hall directing.

(December 1974-January 1976) She acted in the Repertoire Seasons in the National Theatre at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England in Henrik Ibsen's play, "John Gabriel Borkman;" René Clair's play, "Grand Manoeuvres;" Peter Shaffer's play, "Equus;" George Bernard Shaw's play, "Heartbreak House;" Harold Pinter's play, "No Man's Land;" Samuel Beckett's play, "Happy Days;" Molière's play, "The Misanthrope;" Trevor Griffiths's play, "Comedians;" Lucio Anneo Seneca's (as Seneca) play, "Phaedra Brittanica;" William S. Gilbert's play, "Engaged;" John Millington Synge's play, "The Playboy of the Western World;" P.L. Travers's play, "Plunder;" William Shakespeare's play, "Hamlet;" and Joseph Campbell's play "Judgement;" with Albert Finney, John Gielgud , Ralph Richardson, Peggy Ashcroft, Wendy Hiller, Colin Blakely, Alec McCowen, Diana Rigg, Eileen Atkins, Frank Finlay, Jonathan Pryce, Peter Egan, Simon Ward, Alan MacNaughton, Alan Webb, Anna Carteret, Anna Massey, Cheryl Campbell, David Yelland, Diana Quick, Dinsdale Landen, Edward de Souza, Frank Grimes, Gawn Grainger, Gillian Barge, Graham Crowden, J.G. Devlin, Jane Wenham, Jimmy Jewel, Kate Nelligan, Margaret Whiting, Mark Dignam, Michael Feast, Michael Gough, Michael Jayston, Nicholas Clay, Patience Collier, Paul Rogers, Pauline Collins, Polly Adams, Ralph Nossek, Robert Eddison, Roland Culver, Stephen Rea, Struan Rodger, Susan Fleetwood, Terence Rigby, and Trevor Ray in the cast.

(February 28, 1976) She played Emma Cons in Val May's play, "Tribute to the Lady: An Impression of the Life and Work of Lilian Baylis," in the last National Theatre production and performance at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Albert Finney, Peggy Ashcroft (played Lilian Baylis), Susan Fleetwood (played Sybil Thorndike), Denis Quilley, Anna Carteret (played Ninette De Valois), Polly Adams, Daniel Thorndike (played Ben Greet), Frank Finlay, Gawn Grainger, Robert Eddison (played Ernest Milton), John Gielgud, and Ralph Richardson in the cast. Val May was also the director.

(February 1976 - December 1976) She acted in the Repertoire Season at the National Theatre in their final performances at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Laurence Olivier, John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson, Albert Finney, Peggy Ashcroft, Frank Finlay, Diana Rigg, Denis Quilley, Simon Ward, Diana Quick, Alan Webb, Dandy Nichols, David Yelland, Dinsdale Landen, Gawn Grainger, Jill Bennett, Michael Feast, Michael Gough, Polly Adams, Robert Eddison, Roland Culver, Susan Fleetwood, and Trevor Ray in John Osborne's play, "Watch It Come Down;" P.L. Travers's play, "Plunder;" William Shakespeare's play, "Hamlet;Lucio Anneo Seneca's (as Seneca) play, "Phaedra Brittanica;" Samuel Beckett's play, "Happy Days;" and Val May's play, "Tribute to the Lady: An Impression of the Life and Work of Lilian Baylis in the last performance by the National Theatre on February 28,1976) in the cast.

(March 1976-December 1976) She acted in the Repertoire Season in the National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England in P.L. Travers's play, "Plunder"; William Shakespeare's play, "Hamlet;" Henrik Ibsen's play, "John Gabriel Borkman;" Samuel Beckett's play, "Happy Days;" John Osborne's play, "Watch It Come Down;" Harold Pinter's play, "No Man's Land;" Noel Coward's play, "Blithe Spirit;" John Millington Synge's play, "Playboy of the Western World;" Howard Brenton's play, "Weapons of Happiness;" Tom Stoppard's play, "Jumpers;" and Thomas Bernhard's play, "Force of Habit;" with Albert Finney, John Gielgud, Peggy Ashcroft, Ralph Richardson, Frank Finlay, Richard Johnson, Simon Ward, Wendy Hiller, Denis Quilley, Michael Hordern, Alan Webb, Anna Carteret, Brenda Blethyn, Dandy Nichols, David Yelland, Derek Thompson, Diana Quick, Dinsdale Landen, Elizabeth Spriggs, Gawn Grainger, J.G. Devlin, Jill Bennett, Joan Hickson, Julian Glover, Julie Covington, Maria Aitken, Michael Feast, Michael Medwin, Nick Brimble, Oliver Cotton, Polly Adams, Robert Eddison, Roland Culver, Struan Rodger, Susan Fleetwood, Terence Rigby, Thelma Whiteley, and Warren Clarke in the cast.

(1973) She acted in Jule Styne's musical, "Gypsy," at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England with Barrie Ingham and Zan Charisse in the cast.

(March 2012) Appeared as "Sue Ellen Gamadge" (portrayed by Ann Sothern in The Best Man (1964)) in "The Best Man" on Broadway. Written by Gore Vidal. Also in cast: James Earl Jones as "President Art Hockstader," Eric McCormack as "Sen. Joseph Cantwell," John Larroquette as "Secretary of State William Russell," and Candice Bergen as "Alice Russell."

(March - June 2014) Played Madame Arcati in the revival of Blithe Spirit at the Gielgud Theatre London

(April 11, 2007 - August 19, 2007) "Deuce," an original drama, written by Terrence McNally, directed by Michael Blakemore, with Angela Lansbury (as Leona Mullen); Marian Seldes (as Midge Barker); Joanna Adler (in her Broadway Debut, as Kelly Short); Brian Haley (in his Broadway Debut as Ryan Becker); and Michael Mulheren (as An Admirer); on Broadway at the Music Box Theatre (147 performances, including 27 previews beginning April 11, 2007).


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