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(3/19/06) Stage: "An Evening with Bea Arthur" at the Center of Performing Arts Governors State University, University Park, IL.

(2/24-2/25/06) Stage: "An Evening with Bea Arthur" at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, Scottsdale, AZ.

(2/16-2/19/06) Stage: "Bea Arthur Back at the El Portal" at the El Portal Theatre, North Hollywood, CA.

(1/21/06) Stage: "An Evening with Bea Arthur" at the Historic Elsinore Theatre, Salem, OR.

(1/7/06) Stage: "An Evening with Bea Arthur" at the Herbst Theatre, San Francisco, CA.

(11/21/05) Stage: Appeared in "Bea Arthur Back on Broadway (at 95th Street)'' at the Peter Jay Sharp Theatre, New York City, NY.

(9/24/05) Stage: Appeared in "An Evening with Bea Arthur" at the Smith Opera House, Geneva, NY.

(9/22/05): Stage "An Evening with Bea Arthur" at the Birchmere, Alexandria, VA.

(9/16-9/17/05) Stage: Appeared in "An Evening with Bea Arthur" at the American Theatre, Hampton, VA.

(8/27/05) Stage: Appeared in "An Evening with Bea Arthur" at the Tropicana Casino, Las Vegas, NV.

(6/7/05) Stage: Appeared in "An Evening with Bea Arthur" at the Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ.

(6/3-6/4/05) Stage: Appeared in "An Evening with Bea Arthur" at the Tropicana Casino, Atlantic City, NJ.

(4/19/05) Stage: Appeared in "An Evening with Bea Arthur" at the Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort, Mount Pleasant, MI.

(4/17/05) Stage: Appeared in "An Evening with Bea Arthur" at the Scottish Rite Center, Forth Wayne, IN.

(3/4-3/6/05) Stage: Appeared in "An Evening with Bea Arthur" at the Helen Heyes Theatre, Nyack, NY.

(10/30/04) Stage: Appeared in "An Evening with Bea Arthur" at the Bill Heard Theatre, Columbus, GA.

(8/21/04) Stage: Appeared in "An Evening with Bea Arthur" at the Provincetown Town Hall, Provincetown, MA.

(8/5-8/8/04) Stage; Appeared in "Bea Arthur at the El Portal" at the El Portal Theatre, North Hollywood, CA.

(7/14/04) Stage: Appeared in "There'll Be Another Spring: A Tribute to Miss Peggy Lee" at the Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA.

(5/26/04) Stage: Appeared in "A Celebration of Life" at the Mayflower Hotel, Washington, DC.

(5/22-5/23/04) Stage: Appeared in "An Evening with Bea Arthur" at the Mason Street Warehouse, Saugatuck, MI.

(1/31-2/1/04) Stage: Appeared in "An Evening with Bea Arthur" at the James Armstrong Theatre, Los Angeles, CA.

(9/15-10/18/03) Stage: Appeared in "Bea Arthur at The Savoy" at the Savoy Theatre, London, England, UK.

(8/26-9/7/03) Stage: Appeared in "And Then There's Bea" at the Theatre on the Bay, Cape Town, South Africa.

(8/12-8/24/03) Stage: Appeared in "And Then There's Bea" at Pieter Toerien's Montecasino Theatre, Johannesburg, South Africa.

(11/20-12/8/02) Stage: "Bea Arthur on Broadway: Just Between Friends" at the Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre in Toronto, ON, Canada.

(10/29-11/10/02) Stage: "And Then There's Bea" at the Parade Theatre Kensington Sydney, Australia.

(10/15-10/27/02) Stage: "And Then There's Bea" at the Athenaeum Theatre, Melbourne, Australia.

(9/24/02) Stage: "An Evening with Bea Arthur" at the Santa Fe Stages, Santa Fe, NM.

(1/29-4/14/02) Stage: "Bea Arthur on Broadway: Just Between Friends" at the Booth Theatre, New York City, NY.

(1/11-1/13/02) Stage: "And Then There's Bea" at the Lynchburg Academy of Music, Lynchburg, VA.

(1/2-1/6/02) Stage: "And Then There's Bea" at the Orpheum Theatre, Phoenix, AZ.

(12/26-12/30/01) Stage: "And Then There's Bea" at the Civic Arts Plaza, Thousand Oaks, CA.

(12/11-12/23/01) Stage: "And Then There's Bea" at the Royal Poinciana, West Palm Beach, FL.

(11/10/01) Stage: "And Then There's Bea" at the Grand Opera House, Galveston, TX.

(11/8/01) Stage: Appeared in "And Then There's Bea" at the Polk Theatre, Likeland, FL.

(11/6/01) Stage: Appeared in "And Then There's Bea" at the State Theatre, Easton, PA.

(11/4/01) Stage: Appeared in "And Then There's Bea" at the Kirby Center, Wilkes-Barre, PA.

(11/2/01) Stage: Appeared in "And Then There's Bea" at the Performing Arts Center, Towanda, PA.

(10/23-10/28/01) Stage: Appeared in "And Then There's Bea" at the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center Ferguson Hall, Tampa, FL.

(10/8-10/14/01) Stage: Appeared in "And Then There's Bea" at the Coconute Grove Playhouse, Miami, FL.

(10/6-10/7/01) Stage: Appeared in "And Then There's Bea" at the Warner Theatre, Washington, DC.

(10/5/01) Stage: Appeared in "And Then There's Bea" at the Carpenter Center for the Performing Arts, Richmond, VA.

(9/21-9/22/01) Stage: Appeared in "And Then There's Bea" at the Pageant Theatre, Saint Louis, MO.

(9/8-9/9/01) Stage: Appeared in "And Then There's Bea" at the Egyptian Ballroom, Indianapolis, IN.

(9/7/01) Stage: "And Then There's Bea" at the River Park Center, Owensboro, KY.

(8/30/01) Stage: "An Evening with Bea Arthur" at the Wadsworth Theatre, Los Angeles, CA.

(8/22-8/26/01) Stage: "And Then There's Bea" at the Alcazar Theatre, San Francisco, CA.

(8/7-8/19/01) Stage: "And Then There's Bea" at the Amaturo Theatre, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

(7/31-8/5/01) Stage: "And Then There's Bea" at the Fletcher Opera House, Raleigh, NC.

(7/25-7/29/01) Stage: "And Then There's Bea" at the Helen Hayes Theatre, Nyack, NY.

(7/10-7/15/01) Stage: "And Then There's Bea'' at the Kaplan Theatre, Cincinnati, OH.

(7/3-7/8/01) Stage: "And Then There's Bea" at the Capitol Theatre, Columbus, OH.

(6/19-6/24/01) Stage: "And Then There's Bea" at the Paramount Theatre, Austin, TX.

(6/12-6/17/01) Stage: "And Then There's Bea" at the Brown Theatre, Louisville, KY.

(6/2-6/3/01) Stage: "And Then There's Bea" at the Lucas Theatre, Savannah, GA.

(5/22-5/31/01) Stage: "And Then There's Bea" at Park West Theatre, Chicago, IL.

(5/20/01) Stage: "And Then There's Bea" at the Barbara Mann Theatre, Fort Myers, FL.

(5/8-5/13/01) Stage: "And Then There's Bea" at the King Center, Melboune, FL.

(4/24-4/29/01) Stage: "And Then There's Bea" at the Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, MN.

(7/28-7/30/00) Stage: "An Evening with Bea Arthur" at the White Barn Theatre in Westport, CT.

(2/00) Stage: "Strike Up The Band" at the Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL.

(2/11-5/31/98) Stage: Appeaed (as Renee Stredman") in "After Play" at the Canon Theatre, Beverly Hills, CA.

(11/16-12/21/97) Stage: Appeaed (as "Renee Stredman") in "After Play" at the Pasadena Playhouse, Pasadena, CA.

(11/17/96) Stage: "Angela Lansbury - A Celebration".

(2/20-3/31/96) Stage: Appeared (as "Tess") in "Bermuda Avenue Triangle" written by Renée Taylor and Joseph Bologna at the Canon Theatre in Beverly Hills, CA.

(10/27-12/17/95) Stage: Appeared (as "Tess") in "Bermuda Avenue Triangle" written by Renée Taylor and Joseph Bologna at the Tiffany Theatre, West Hollywood, CA.

(1/31-2/26/95) Stage: Appeared (as "Tess") in "Bermuda Avenue Triangle" at at the Coconut Grove Playhouse, Miami, FL.

(1994) Stage: Appeared (as "The Duchess of Krakenthorp") in "La Fille du Regiment" at the Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, NY.

(1994) Stage: "Easter Bonnet Competition: A Salute to 100 Years of Broadway" at the Minskoff Theatre, New York City, NY.

(1981) Stage: "Hey, Look Me Over!" at the Avery Fisher Hall, New York City, NY.

(1981) Stage: Appeared (as "Enid Pollack") in "The Floating Light Bulb" at the Vivian Beaumont Theatre, New York City, NY.

(1968) Stage: Appeared (as "Meg") in "A Mother's Kisses" at the Shubert Theatre, New Haven, CT.

(1966) Stage: Appeared (as Vera Charles") in "Mame" at the Winter Garden Theatre, New York City, NY.

(1964) Stage: Appeared (ss "Yente, the Matchmaker") in "Fiddler on the Roof" on Broadway. Musical comedy/drama. Book by Joseph Stein. Based on stories by Sholom Aleichem. Music by Jerry Bock. Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Musical Director: Milton H. Greene. Vocal arrangements by Milton Greene. Dance arrangements by Betty Walberg. Choreographed by Jerome Robbins. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Assistant to Mr. Aronson: Lisa Jalowetz. Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt. Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal. Hair Design by D. Rusty Bonaccorso. Directed by Jerome Robbins. Imperial Theatre (from 22 Sep 1964-25 Feb 1967, then moved to The Majestic Theatre 27 Feb 1967-14 Dec 1970, then moved to The Broadway Theatre from 16 Dec 1970-close): 22 Sep 1964-2 Jul 1972 (3242 performances + 7 previews that began on 17 Sep 1964). Cast: Zero Mostel (as "Tevye, the Dairyman"), Bert Convy (as "Perchik, the Student"), Tanya Everett (as "Chava, Tevye's daughter"; Broadway debut), Michael Granger (as "Lazar Wolf, the Butcher"), Maria Karnilova (as "Golde"), Joanna Merlin (as "Tzeitel, Tevye's daughter"), Julia Migenes (as "Hodel, Tevye's daughter"), Austin Pendleton (as "Motel, the Tailor"), Joe Ponazecki (as "Fyedka, A Russian"), Joseph Sullivan (as "Constable"), Tom Abbott (as "Vladimir, A Russian"), John C. Attle (as "Shloime, the Bagel Man"), Sue Babel (as "Grandma Tzeitel"), Sammy Bayes (as "Yitzuk, the Streetsweeper"), Robert Berdeen (as "Sasha, A Russian"), Lorenzo Bianco (as "Chaim, the Fishmonger"), Duane Bodin (as "Duvidel, the Seltzer Man / Grandma Tzeitel"), Gino Conforti (as "The Fiddler"), Robert Currie (as "Villager"), Maurice Edwards (as "Nachum, the Beggar"), Sarah Felcher (as "Surcha"), Leonard Frey (as "Mendel, the Rabbi's son"), Tony Gardell (as "Label"), Louis Genevrino (as "Hershel"), Ross Gifford (as "Yankel, the Grocer"), Dan Jasin (as "Schmeril"), Sandra Kazan (as "Villager"), Thom Koutsoukos (as "Yakov, the Knifeseller"), Sharon Lerit (as "Villager"), Paul Lipson (as "Avram, The Bookseller"), Sylvia Mann (as "Mirala, A Villager"), Peff Modelski (as "Sima"), Irene Paris (as "Rivka, A Villager"), Marilyn Rogers (as "Shprintze, Tevye's daughter"), Linda Ross (as "Bielke, Tevye's daughter"), Charles Rule (as "Moishe, the Cobbler"), Gluck Sandor (as "Rabbi"), Carol Sawyer (as "Fruma-Sarah"), Zvee Scooler (as "Mordcha, the Inkeeper"), Roberta Senn (as "Anya, A Villager"), Mitch Thomas (as "Yussel, the Hatmaker"), Helen Verbit. Replacement actors: Luther Adler (as "Yevye"; during Zero Mostel's vacation from 18 Jan 1965-30 Jan 1965), Adrienne Barbeau (as "Hodel"), Herschel Bernardi (as "Tevye"; from 8 Nov 1965-?), Peter De Nicola (as "Baker"), Paul Lipson (as "Lazar Wolf, Tevye"), Bette Midler(as "Rivka"; Broadway debut), Mimi Randolph (as "Golde"), Marc Scott (as "The Fiddler"), Lesie Silvia (as "Bielke / Shprintze"), Pia Zadora (as "Bielke"). Produced by Harold Prince.

1960: "Gay Divorce" as Hortense at the Charry Lane Theatre, New York City, NY.

1959: "Chic" at the Orpheum Theatre, New York City, NY.

1958: "Ulysses in Nighttown" as Bella-Bello at the Rooftop Theatre, New York City, NY.

1957: "Nature's Way" as Nadine Fesser at the Coronet Theatre, New York City, NY.

1956: "Mistress of the Inn" as Mirandolina at Bucks County Playhouse, New Hope, PA.

(1955). Stage Play: Seventh Heaven. Musical. Music by Victor Young. Lyrics by Stella Unger. Material by Victor Wolfson and Stella Unger. Based on the play by Austin Strong. Musical Direction by Max Meth. Music orchestrated by David Terry. Choral direction by Crane Calder. Choreographed by Peter Gennaro. Scenic Design by Marcel Vertés. Uncredited show doctoring by Jerome Robbins. Directed by John C. Wilson. ANTA Playhouse: 26 May 1955- 2 Jul 1955 (44 performances). Cast: Gloria DeHaven (as "Diane"), Kurt Kasznar (as "Boule"), Ricardo Montalban (as "Chico"), Winifred Ainslee, Bea Arthur (as "Mme. Suze"), Lee Becker, Malcolm Lee Beggs, Walter Brandin, George Burles, William Carson, John Carter, Robert Clary (as "Fleegle, The Rat"), David Collyer, Philip Cook, Dominic Cortese, Victor Duntiere, Bonnie Evans, Joe Flynn (as "Baker Boy," "Second American Soldier," and "Singer"), William Guske, Edmund Hall, Patricia Hammerlee, Gwen Harmon, Barclay Hodges, Ferdi Hoffman, Leo Kayworth, Nancy Lynch, Joy Marlene, Scott Merrill, Alexandra Moss, Ralph Quist, Gerrianne Raphael, Chita Rivera (as "Fifi"), Raymond St. Jacques (as "First Sengalese," "First French Soldier," and "Singer"), Philip Salem, Jeanne Schlegel, Betty Jane Seagle, Helena Seroy, Barbara Stabile, Nanette Vezina, Rebecca Vorno, James E. Wall, Ralph Wayne, Jimmy White. Produced by Gant Gaither and William Bacher

(1955). Stage Play: Plain and Fancy. Musical comedy. Book by Joseph Stein and Will Glickman. Music by Albert Hague. Lyrics by Arnold B. Horwitt. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang. Vocal arrangements by Crane Calder. Orchestra and Chorus directed by Franz Allers. Musical Director: Frederick Dvonch. Scenic Design by Raoul Pène Du Bois. Costume Design by 'Raoul Pène Du Bois'. Choreographed by Helen Tamiris. Directed by 'Morton Da Costa'. Hellinger Theatre (moved to The Winter Garden Theatre from 28 Feb 1955- 7 Nov 1955, then returned to The Mark Hellinger Theatre from 9 Nov 1955- close): 27 Jan 1955- 3 Mar 1956 (461 performances). Cast: Will Able (as "Jacob Yoder"), Sara Aman (as "Dancer"), Saint Amant (as "Dancer"), Nancy Andrews (as "Emma Miller"), Marilyn Bradley (as "Singer"), Paul Brown (as "Singer"), Ethel May Cody (as "Rachel"), Shirl Conway (as "Ruth Winters"), Barbara Cook (as "Hilda Miller"), Faith Daltry (as "Bessie/Singer"), David Daniels (as "Peter Reber"), Joan Darby (as "Dancer"), Imelda De Martin (as "Dancer"), John Dennis (as "A Man/Moses Zook/Singer"), Richard Derr (as "Dan King"), Crandall Diehl (as "Dancer"), Scotty Engel (as "A Young Miller"), Ina Hahn (as "Dancer"), Janet Hayes (as "Singer"), Marcia Howard (as "Dancer"), Ray Hyson (as "State Trooper/Singer"), Jack Irwin (as "Singer"), Robert Kole (as "Singer"), Sybil Lamb (as "Esther/Singer"), Lucia Lambert (as "Dancer"), Ronnie Lee (as "Dancer"), Robert Lindgren (as "Another Amishman/Dancer"), Elaine Lynn (as "Another Young Miller"), Gloria Marlowe (as "Katie Yoder"), Betty McGuire (as "Rebecca/Singer"), James S. Moore (as "Ike Pilersheim/Dancer"), Daniel Nagrin (as "Samuel Zook"), Philip Nasta (as "Dancer"), Ann Needham (as "Dancer"), Renee Orin (as "Sarah/Singer/Greta"), Chris Robinson (as "Another Man/Samuel Lapp/Singer"), Douglas Fletcher Rodgers (as "Ezra Reber"), James Schlader (as "Singer"), Stefan Schnabel (as "Papa Yoder"), Muriel Shaw (as "Mary/Singer"), Sammy Smith (as "Isaac Miller"), Robert St. Clair (as "Dancer"), Tao Strong (as "Dancer"), Herbert Surface (as "An Amishman/Singer"), Edgar F. Thompson (as "Abner Zook/Singer"), Beryl Towbin (as "Dancer"), William Weslow (as "Levi Stolzfuss/Dancer"), David Wood (as "Dancer"), Tim Worthington (as "Abner Zook/Singer"), Betty Zollinger (as "Singer"). Understudies: Bea Arthur [credited as Beatrice Arthur] (as "Ruth Winters"), Crandall Diehl (as "Samuel Lapp"), Jo Hurt (as "Emma Miller/Ruth Winters") [final Broadway role], Ray Hyson (as "Peter Reber"), Sybil Lamb (as "Hilda Miller"), Alan North (as "Isaac Miller"), Renee Orin (as "Katie Yoder"), Chris Robinson (as "Dan King"), James Schlader (as "State Trooper"), Richard Sharretts (as "Papa Yoder"), Robert St. Clair (as "Jacob Yoder") and Edgar F. Thompson (as "Ezra Reber"). Replacement actors [during Mark Hellinger Theatre run]: Laurie Carroll [from 14 Nov 1955- ?]. Understudy: Jo Hurt (as "Emma Miller/Ruth Winters"). [During Winter Garden Theatre run]: Produced by Richard Kollmar and James W. Gardiner. Produced in association with Yvette Schumer.

1955: "The Shoestring Revue" as Comedienne at the President Theatre, New York City, NY.

1955: What's the Rush?" United States Tour.

1954-1955: "The Threepenny Opera" as Lucy Brown at the Theatre de Lys, New York City, NY.

1953: "The New Moon" as Clotilde Lombaste at the Music Circle Theatre, Lambertville, NJ.

1951: "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" as Dorothy at the Music Circle Theatre, Lambertville, NJ.

1951: "The Voice of the Turtle" as Olive at the Circle Theatre, Atlantic City, NJ.

1951: "Love or Money" as Nita at the Circle Theatre, Atlantic City, NJ.

1951: "Candlelight" as Baroness at the Circle Theatre, Atlantic City, NJ.

1951: "Personal Appearance" as Jessie at the Circle Theatre, Atlantic City, NJ.

1949: "Heartbreak House" as Hesione Hushabye at the Charry Lane Theatre, New York City, NY.

1949: "The Creditors" as Tekla at the Charry Lane Theatre, New York City, NY.

1949: "Yes is for a Very Young Man" as Costance at the Charry Lane Theatre, New York City, NY.

1949: "Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme" as Marchioness at the Charry Lane Theatre, New York City, NY.

1948: "The Owl and the Pussycat" as Mother at the Charry Lane Theatre, New York City, NY.

1948: "Six Characters in Search of an Author" as Mother at the Charry Lane Theatre, New York City, NY.

1948: "The Taming of the Shrew" as Kate at the Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City, NY.

1948: "No Exit" as Inez at the Charry Lane Theatre, New York City, NY.

1947: "Yerma" as Yerma at the Charry Lane Theatre, New York City, NY.

1947: "The Dog Beneath the Skin" as Member of Chorus at the Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City, NY.

1947: "Lysistrata" as Lysistrata at the Dramatic Workshop, New School for Social Research, New York City, NY.

1947: "Gas" as Member of Chorus at the Charry Lane Theatre, New York City, NY.

(Late 80s) TV commercial; Shopper's Drug Mart.


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