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(1962) Unsold pilot: Co-starred in a pilot for a proposed CBS sitcom called, "Josie and Joe" about the misadventures of a cab driver and his wife.

(1959) Stage: Appeared (as "Amy Grenville") in "Masquerade" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Sigmund Miller. Incidental music by Sol Kaplan. Directed by Jed Horner. John Golden Theatre: 16 Mar 1959 (1 performance). Cast: Jack Cannon, Donald Cook (as "Oliver Casey"), Glenda Farrell (as "Isabel Chamberlain"), Anne Ives, Gene Lyons, Mark J. Richman. Produced by Richard W. Krakauer. Produced in association with Louis D'Almeida.

(1958) Stage: Appeared in "A Touch of the Poet" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Eugene O'Neill. Directed by Harold Clurman. Helen Hayes Theatre: 2 Oct 1958-13 Jun 1959 (284 performances). Cast: Betty Field (as "Deborah" / "Mrs. Henry Harford"), Helen Hayes (as "Nora Melody"), Eric Portman (as "Cornelius Melody"), John Call (as "Dan Roche"), Tom Clancy, Curt Conway, Farrell Pelly, Art Smith, Kim Stanley (as "Sara Melody"), Luis Van Rooten. Replacement actors: Cloris Leachman) (as "Sara Melody"), Nancy Malone, Dermot McNamara, Gerald S. O'Loughlin (as "Mickey Maloy"). Produced by The Producers Theatre.

(1954) Stage: Appeared (as "Dunreath Henry") in "King of Hearts" on Broadway. Comedy/farce. Written by Jean Kerr and Eleanor Brooke. Directed by Walter Kerr. Lyceum Theatre (moved to The National Theatre from 4 Oct 1954 to close): 1 Apr 1954-27 Nov 1954 (279 performances). Cast: Donald Cook (as "Larry Larkin"), Jackie Cooper (as "Francis X. Dignan"), Rex Thompson, John Devereaux (as "Mike"), Hilda Haynes, David Lewis, Carl Low, Patchwork Peggy, Darryl Richard, William Sharon. Produced by Elaine Perry.

(1953) Stage: Appeared in "The Crucible" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Arthur Miller. Lullaby composed by Anne Ronnell. Hymn composed by Alex Miller. Costume Design by Edith Lutyens. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Directed by Jed Harris. Martin Beck Theatre: 22 Jan 1953-11 Jul 1953 (197 performances). Cast: Arthur Kennedy (as "John Proctor"), Walter Hampden (as "Deputy-Governor Danforth"), E.G. Marshall (as "Rev. John Hale"), Beatrice Straight (as "Elizabeth Proctor"), Jean Adair (as "Rebecca Nurse"), Janet Alexander (as "Betty Parris"), Jacqueline Andre (as "Tituba"), Raymond Bramley (as "Thomas Putnam"), Philip Coolidge (as "Judge Hawthorne"), Jenny Egan, Adele Fortin, Jane Hoffman, Dorothy Jolliffe, Donald Marye, Don McHenry, George Mitchell, Madeleine Sherwood, Barbara Stanton, Fred Stewart (as "Rev. Samuel Parris"), Joseph Sweeney, Graham Velsey (as "Francis Nurse"). Replacement actors: Philip Coolidge (as "Deputy-Governor Danforth"), Nell Harrison (as "Rebecca Nurse"), Cloris Leachman (as "Abigail Williams"), Donald Marye, Claudia McNeil, Leonard Patrick, Judy Ratner, Madeleine Sherwood, Maureen Stapleton (as "Elizabeth Proctor"), Harry Young. Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden.

(1952) Stage: Appeared (as "Anne Decker") in "Sunday Breakfast" on Broadway. Written by Emery Rubio and Miriam Balf. Directed by Stella Adler. Coronet Theatre: 28 May 1952-8 Jun 1952 (16 performances. Cast: Anthony Ross, Douglas Watson, Duncan Baldwin, Margaret Feury, Jim Nolan, Jada Rowland. Produced by ANTA (Robert Whitehead, Managing Director).

(1952) Stage: Appeared (as "Alice") in "Dear Barbarians" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Lexford Richards. Directed / produced by Gant Gaither. Royale Theatre: 21 Feb 1952-24 Feb 1952 (4 performances). Cast: Violet Heming (as "Mrs. Fiske"), Nicholas Joy (as "Mr. Fiske"), Donald Murphy, 'Betsy Von Furstenberg' (as "Lorraine").

(1951) Stage: Appeared (as "Honey Wainwright") in "Lo and Behold!" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by John Patrick. Directed by Burgess Meredith. Booth Theatre: 12 Dec 1951-12 Jan 1952 (38 performances). Cast: Leo G. Carroll (as "Milo Alcott"), Jeffrey Lynn (as "Dr. Robert Dorsey"), Paul Crabtree (as "Jack McDougal"), George Englund, Lee Grant (as "Daisy Durdle"), Roy Irving, Doro Merande (as "Minnetonka Smallflower"). Produced by The Theatre Guild (Theresa Helburn, Lawrence Langner: Administrative Directors).

(1950) Stage: Appeared (as "Evelyn") in "A Story for a Sunday Evening" on Broadway. Written / directed by Paul Crabtree. Incidental music by Leighton Tiffault. Playhouse Theatre: 17 Nov 1950-25 Nov 1950 (11 performances). Cast: Paul Crabtree (as "David"), Henry Jones (as "Stage Manager"), Thomas J. King, Nan Martin (as "Beatrice"). Produced by Trio Productions and Milo Thomas.

(1950) Stage: Appeared (as "Celia") in "As You Like It" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Incidental music / traditional songs arranged by Robert Irving. Musical Director: Irving Owen. Conceived and Directed by Michael Benthall. Cort Theatre: 26 Jan 1950-3 Jun 1950 (145 performances). Cast: Katharine Hepburn (as "Rosalind, daughter to the banished Duke"), William Prince, Ernest Thesiger, Kenneth Cantril, Patricia Englund, Michael Everett, Robert Foster, Everett Gammon, Ernest Graves, Richard Hepburn, Charles Herndon, Whitford Kane (as "Corin, a shepherd"), Dayton Lummis, Burton Mallory, Aubrey Mather, Marylin Nowell, Bill Owen, Judy Parrish, Robert Quarry, Jay Robinson, Frank Rogier, Jan Sherwood, William Sutherland, Craig Timberlake, Robert Wark, John Weaver, Margaret Wright. Produced by The Theatre Guild (Theresa Helburn, Lawrence Langner: Administrative Directors).

(1949) Stage: Appeared in "South Pacific", produced on Broadway. Musical drama. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Book by Oscar Hammerstein II and Joshua Logan (I)' (also director). Based on "Tales of the South Pacific" by James A. Michener. Musical Director: Salvatore Dell'Isola. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Musical staging by Joshua Logan. Scenic / Lighting Design Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Motley. Assistants to Mr. Mielziner: John Harvey and Furth Ullman. Majestic Theatre: (moved to The Broadway Theatre from 29 Jun 1953 to close) 7 Apr 1949-16 Jan 1954 (1925 performances). Cast: Mary Martin (as "Ensign Nellie Forbush"), Ezio Pinza (as "Emile de Becque"), Juanita Hall, Myron McCormick (as "Luther Billis"), Betta St. John, Harvey Stephens (as "Cmdr. William Harbison, U.S.N."), William Tabbert, Martin Wolfson (as "Capt. George Brackett, U.S.N."), Mardi Bayne, Evelyn Colby, Michael De Leon, Noel De Leon, Sandra Deel, Bill Dwyer, Dickinson Eastham, Don Fellows, William Ferguson, Jacqueline Fisher, Jack Fontan, Alan Gilbert, Thomas Gleason, Jim Hawthorne, Richard Loo (as "Marcel, Henry's Assistant" and "Ensemble"), Roslynd Lowe, BarBara Luna, Biff McGuire, Gloria Meli, Henry Michel, Alex Nicol, Pat Northrop, Mary Ann Reeve, Fred Sadoff, Bernice Saunders, Archie Savage (as "Abner"), Helena Schurgot, Richard Silvera, Henry Slate, Eugene Smith, Beau Tilden (as "Seaman James Hayes"), Musa Williams, Chin Yu. Replacement actors during the Majestic Theatre run: Fabian Acosta (as "Jerome") [Alternate], Leigh Allen (as "Ensign Lisa Minelli"), George Armand (as "Jerome") [Alternate], Mardi Bayne (as "Ensign Pamela Whitmore"), George Britton (as "Emile de Becque"), Dort Clark (as "Stewpot"), Helen Clayton (as "Ensign Connie Walewska"), Cristanta Cornejo (as "Ngana") [Alternate], Robert Cortazal (as "Jerome") [Alternate], Diosa Costello (as "Bloody Mary"; final Broadway role), Donald Covert (as "Ensemble"), Dolores Decin (as "Ngana") [Alternate], William Diehl (as "Seaman Gustl Schulz"), Bill Dwyer (as "Lt. Buzz Adams"), Betty Early (as "Ensign Dinah Murphy"), Don Fellows (as "Seabee Richard West"), Pat Finch (as "Ensign Lisa Minelli"), Betty Gillett (as "Ensign Cora MacRae"), Betty Gillette (as "Lt. Genevieve Marshall"), Thomas Griffin (as "Jerome") [Alternate], Arthur Hammond (as "Pvt. Victor Moulton"), Steve Holland (as "Radio Operator Bob McCaffrey"), Joan Kavanagh (as "Ensign Pamela Whitmore"), Peter Kelley (as "Seaman Tom O'Brien"), Mimi Kelly (as "Ensign Janet MacGregor"), Cloris Leachman (as "Ensign Nellie Forbush"), Don Leslie (as "Ensemble"), Karen Lewis (as "Ensign Connie Walewska"), Christina Lind (as "Ensign Sue Yaeger"), Roberta MacDonald (as "Ensign Sue Yaeger"), Patricia Marand (as "Lt. Genevieve Marshall"; Broadway debut), Virginia Martin (as "Ensign Bessie Noonan"), Dorothy Maruki (as "Ensemble"), Melle Matthews (as "Ensign Sue Yaeger"), William McGraw (as "Ensemble" / "Seaman Tom O'Brien" / "Yeoman Herbert Quale"), Ray Middleton (as "Emile de Becque"), Merle Muskal (as "Ensign Janet MacGregor"), Odette Myrtil (as "Bloody Mary"), Betty O'Neil (as "Ensign Sue Yaeger"), Jose Perez (as "Jerome") {Alternate], Albert Popwell (as "Abner"), Dorothy Richards (as "Lt. Genevieve Marshall"), Roger Rico (as "Emile de Becque"), Robert Rippy (as "Petty Officer Hamilton Steves"), Steve Roland (as "Seaman Tom O'Brien"), Gene Saks (as "Professor"; Broadway debut), Irma Sandre (as "Liat"), Eugene Smith (as "Seaman Thomas Hassinger"), Peter Smith (as "Seaman Tom O'Brien"), Maria Suarez (as "Ngana") [Alternate], Bill Thunhurst (as "Radio Operator Bob McCaffrey"), Webb Tilton (as "Seabee Richard West"), Bunny Warner (as "Ngana") [Alternate], Jack Weston (as "Stewpot"), Musa Williams (as "Bloody Mary"), Billie Worth (as "Ensign Janet MacGregor"), Martha Wright (as "Ensign Nellie Forbush"). Understudies: Dort Clark (as "Luther Billis"), Rosalie Davella (as "Ngana"), William Diehl (as "Lt. Joseph Cable, U.S.M.C."), Betty Early (as "Ensign Nellie Forbush"), George Finn (as "Jerome"), Steve Holland (as "Stewpot"), Mimi Kelly (as "Ensign Nellie Forbush"), Dorothy Maruki (as "Liat"), Bill Thunhurst (as "Lt. Joseph Cable, U.S.M.C."), Webb Tilton (as "Emile de Becque"), Jack Weston (as "Luther Billis"), Billie Worth (as "Ensign Nellie Forbush"). Replacement actor during Bradway Theatre run: Shirley Jones.Produced by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II). Produced in association with Leland Hayward and Joshua Logan. NOTE: Filmed as South Pacific (1958).

(1948) Stage: Appeared (as "Muriel"; Broadway debut) in "Sundown Beach" on Broadway. Written by Bessie Breuer. Directed by Elia Kazan. Belasco Theatre: 7 Sep 1948-11 Sep 1948 (7 performances). Cast: Tom Avera, Martin Balsam (as "Merle"), Edward Binns (as "George Washburn"), Ira Cirker, Joan Copeland (as "Nadine"; Broadway debut), Ralph Cullinan, Joseph Fallon, Vivian Firko, Treva Frazee, Lou Gilbert, Don Hanmer, Julie Harris (as "Ida Mae"), Anne Hegira, Steven Hill, Jennifer Howard, George E. Joseph, Michael Lewin, Kathleen Maguire, Ellen Mahar, Alex Nicol (as "1st Air Force Pilot"), Nehemiah Persoff (as "Cecil"), Lenka Peterson, Robert Simon, Warren Stevens (as "Arthur Bond"), Joe Sullivan, John Sylvester, Phyllis Thaxter (as "Nancy"). Produced by Louis J. Singer and The Actors Studio.

(1978) Stage: Appeared in the play, "Twigs," at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago, IL, with Ward Ohrman.

(1950-52) Radio: Appeared (as "Effie") in "The Affairs of Charlie Wild" series on CBS, then ABS, then Dumont.


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