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  • The Most Happy Fella (1959). Musical comedy (revival). Book by Frank Loesser (also music and lyrics). Lighting and Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Entire production directed and supervised by Dania Krupska; Original Choreography by Dania Krupska. Choreography restaged by Arthur Partington. City Center: 10 Feb 1959- 22 Feb 1959 (16 performances). Cast: Kenny Adams, Jessica Albright, Norman Atkins, Lorrie Bentley, Mary Sue Berry, Muriel Birkhead, Johnny Borden, Theodora Brandon, Jan Canada, Lee Cass, Fred Conway, Michael Davis, Jack De Leon, Terry DeLiva, John Dorrin, Robert Ethridge, Garold Gardner, Mary Anne Heitzig, Del Horstmann, Jordon Howard, Betty Jenkins, Keith Kaldenberg, Gloria Kaye, Bob LaCrosse, Kenneth Lane, Roy Lazarus, Art Lund (as "Joe"), Bruce MacKay, Kitty Malone, Win Mayo, Jack McCann, Sherry McCutcheon, Jack McMinn, Sheldon Ossosky, Bernadette Peters (as "Tessie") [Broadway debut], Barbara Saxby, James Schlader, Jeanne Schlegel, Sybil Scotford, Michael Scrittorale, James Senn, Libi Staiger, Paula Stewart (as "Rosabella"), Shelia Swenson, George Zima. Produced by New York City Center Light Opera Company (Jean Dalrymple: Director).
  • (1968) Stage: Appeared in "Dames at Sea" on Broadway.
  • George M! (1968). Musical comedy. Music by George M. Cohan. Lyrics by George M. Cohan. Book by Michael Stewart, John Pascal and Francine Pascal. Musical Director: Jay Blackton. Vocal arrangements by Jay Blackton. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang. Scenic Design by Tom John. Costume Design by Freddy Wittop. Lighting Design by Martin Aronstein. Hair Design by Ronald De Mann. General Manager: Allentuck, Azenberg, and Wolsk. Company Manager: R. Tyler Gatchell Jr. Production Supervisor: Jose Véga. Stage Manager: Tony Manzi. Assistant Stage Mgr: Lee Welling and William Falkner. Lyrics and music revision by Mary Cohan. Musical Supervisor: Laurence Rosenthal. Head Music Copyist: Thomas Brown. Assistant Conductor: Robert Stanley. Assistant to Mr. Layton: Wakefield Poole. Press Representative: Frank Goodman and Martin Shwartz. Press Assistant: Abby Quinn Hirsch. Production Assistant: Paula Lorge. Casting: Carol Capelletti. Advertising: Fred Golden and The Blaine Thompson Company. Furs by Reiss & Fabrizio. Animals by Animal Talent Scouts Inc. Choreographed by Joe Layton. Directed by Joe Layton. Palace Theatre: 10 Apr 1968- 26 Apr 1969 (433 performances + 8 previews that began on 8 Apr 1968). Cast: Joel Grey (as "George M. Cohan"), Jerry Dodge (as "Jerry Cohan"), Jamie Donnelly (as "Ethel Levey"), Betty Ann Grove (as "Nellie Cohan"), Jill O'Hara (as "Agnes Nolan"), Bernadette Peters (as "Josie Cohan"), Loni Ackerman (as "Dog Trainer/Second Pianist/Rose/Fay Templeton's Maid"), Jonelle Allen (as "Living Statue/Secretary"), Jacqueline Alloway (as "Fay Templeteon/Draper's Assistant/Wardrobe Lady"), Karin Baker (as "Living Statue/Pushcart Girl"), Susan Batson (as "First Little Girl/Mrs. Red Deer/Sharpshooter's Assistant/Little Girl in Templeton scene"), Bill Brandon (as "Acrobat/Pushcart Boy"), Roger Braun (as "Dr. Webb/E.F. Albee/Living Statue/Ben/Mayor"), Danny Carroll (as "Louis Behman/Bell Ringer/Vendor/Templeton Manager"), Gene Castle (as "Willie/Sharpshooter/Stage Manager"), James Dybas (as "Stagehand/Dog Trainer/Louie/Congressman/Actor"), Harvey Evans (as "Sam Harris/Violinist/Bell Ringer"), Patti Mariano (as "Second Little Girl/Acrobat"), Angela Martin (as "Ventriloquist/Ma Templeton"), John Mineo (as "Drummer/Draper/Dockhand/Judge Anspacher/First Policeman/Man on Street"), Scotty Salmon (as "First Pianist/Acrobat/Bell Ringer/Piano Player"), Kathie Savage (as "Living Statue/Pushcart Girl"), Janie Sell (as "Mme. Grimaldi/Mrs. Baker/Flamethrower's Assistant"), Alan Weeks (as "Buck and Winger/Designer's Assistant/Sailor/Frankie"), Ronald Young (as "Saxophonist/Flamethrower/Bell Ringer/Ship's Captain/Alderman/Accordionist/Director"). Understudies: Jonelle Allen (as "Fay Templeteon"), Karin Baker (as "Agnes Nolan/Nellie Cohan"), Bob Becker (as "Swing Boy"), Bill Brandon (E.F. Albee), Roger Braun (as "Director"), Danny Carroll (as "Jerry Cohan"), Jerry Dodge (as "George M. Cohan"), James Dybas (as "Walt"), Katherine Hull (as "Swing Girl"), Patti Mariano (Josie Cohan), Angela Martin (as "Mme. Grimaldi"), John Mineo (as "Louis Behman/Sam Harris/Willie"), Kathie Savage (as "Ethel Levey"). Produced by David Black, Konrad Matthaei and Lorin E. Price.
  • (1993) Stage: Appeared in "The Goodbye Girl" on Broadway.
  • (1998) Album: Recorded her live concert at Carnegie Hall
  • CD album: "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight"
  • (1986) Stage: Appeared in Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Song and Dance" on Broaadway. Musical. NOTE: She won Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical.
  • Stage: Appered in "Sunday in the Park with George" on Broadway.
  • (1974) Stage: Appeared (as "Mabel Normand") in "Mack and Mabel" on Broadway.
  • (June 6, 1999) Appeared in "Annie Get Your Gun" on Broadway. Won Tony Award for Best Lead Actress in a Musical.
  • (2000) TV commercial: The Biography Channel
  • Stage: Appeared in "Moon over Broadway", New York City.
  • Appeared in Bing Crosby's annual Christmas special
  • (1978) Album: Was the main singer for "Just One Person" song in the "Muppet Show 2" album.
  • (1974) Unsold pilot: Starred in a sitcom pilot for NBC called "The Owl and the Pussycat". It also featured Buck Henry.
  • (6/331/05) Radio: Appeared on the Jonathon Schwartz Radio Show.
  • (6/27/05) Radio: Appeared on the Joan Hamburg Radio Show on WOR Radio.
  • (2/9/82-3/28/82) Stage: Appeared (as "Sally") in Sybille Pearson's "Sally and Marsha", presented by the Manhattan Theatre Club, Lynne Meadow, directed.
  • Album: "Legends of Broadway -- Bernadette Peters"
  • (1988) TV commercials: Breyer's ice cream
  • (1973) Stage: Appeared in "Dames at Sea" at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, NJ.
  • CD: "Bernadette Peters Loves Rodgers and Hammerstein"
  • (1986) Stage: Appeared (as "The Witch") in "Into the Woods" on Broadway.
  • Bernadette Peters: A Special Concert for Broadway Barks Because Broadway Cares (2009). (Special/benefit concert). Musical Director: Marvin Laird. Assistant Director: Christopher J. Berens. Directed by Richard Jay-Alexander. Minskoff Theatre: 9 Nov 2009 (1 performance). Cast: Bernadette Peters, Mary Tyler Moore, Kyle Barisich, Joy Franz, Merle Louise, Kay McClelland, Michael McGowan, Greg Mills, Lauren Mitchell, Matthew Tweardy-Torres. Produced by Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
  • A Little Night Music (2010). (Revival). Directed by Trevor Nunn. Walter Kerr Theater.
  • (August 7, 2011 - October 2, 2011) She acted in Stephen Sondheim's musical, "Follies," at the Marriott Marquis Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Jan Maxwell, Danny Burstein, Ron Raines, Elaine Paige (played Carlotta), Christian Delcroix, Rosalind Ellis, Colleen Fitzpatrick, Lora Lee Gayer, Michael Hayes, Florence Lacey, David Sabin, Kirsten Scott, Frederick Strother, Nick Verina, Susan Watson, Terri White, Lawrence Alexander, Brandon Bieber, John Carroll, Sara Edwards, Leslie Donna Fleshner, Jenifer Foote, Leah Horowitz, Suzanne Hylenski, Danielle Jordan, Amanda Kloots-Larsen, Joseph Kolinski, Brittany Marcin, Erin N. Moore, Pamela Otterson, Clifton Samuel, Kiira Schmidt, Brian Shepard, Amos Wolff, and Ashley Yeater in the cast. The Book was written by James Goldman. Derek McLane was set designer. Gregg Barnes was costume designer. Natasha Katz was lighting designer. Kai Harada was sound designer. David Brian Brown was hair designer. James Moore was musical director. Warren Carlyle was choreographer. Eric Schaeffer was director. Music and lyrics written by Stephen Sondheim.
  • (2012) Appeared in an infomercial, hosted by Carol Burnett, for TimeLife's "The Best of the Carol Burnett Show" DVD collection.
  • (2003) Broadway Musical: Gypsy - Playing Mama Rose, at The Shubert Theatre
  • (1966) She acted in John Jennings and Abba Bogin's musical, "Riverwind," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Lisa Kirk and Robert Alda in the cast.
  • (1973) She acted in George Haimsohn and Robin Miller's musical, "Dames at Sea," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Kathryn Hays and David Christmas in the cast. Voight Kempson was director.

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