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In 1966, she co-starred in an unsold ABC comedy pilot called "Sedgewick Hawk-Styles: Prince of Danger" where Paul Lynde played a bumbling detective in late 19th Century England.

Her theatre credits include: Sara in the play "Tobias and the Angel" by James Bridie , directed by Evan John (Westminster Theatre, London, 1932)

(1973) She starred in Charles Dyer's play, "Mother Adam" at the King's Theatre in Edinburgh, Scotland with Peter Wyngarde, directed by Charles Dyer.

(1934) She acted in Zoe Akins' play, "The Greeks Had a Word for It," at the Duke of York's Theatre in London, England with Angela Baddeley, Margaret Rawlings, Robert Newton, and Clive Morton in the cast. A.R. Whatmore was director.

(1936) She acted in Maxwell Anderson and Cecil Madden's play, "Saturday's Children," at the Wimbledon Theatre in Wimbledon, London, England with Robert Newton and Phyllis Konstam in the cast.

(1952) She acted in Rodney Ackland's play, "The Pink Room," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Betty Marsden and David Yates in the cast.

(1966) She acted in Frank Marcus's play, "The Killing of Sister George," at the Theatre Royal in Brighton, Sussex, England with Margaret Courtenay and Andree Melly in the cast. Val May was director.

(1972) She acted in Bertolt Brecht, Kurt Weill, and Ian McDiarmid's musical, "The ThreePenny Opera," at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London, England with Vanessa Redgrave, Joe Melia, Ronald Radd, Annie Ross, Barbara Windsor, Diana Quick, Miriam Margolyes, Lon Satton, Arthur Mullard, and Henry Woolf in the cast. Tony Richardson was director.

(1941) She performed in Leslie Julian Jones's revue, "Rise Above It," at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with Hermione Gingold, Wilfred Hyde-White, Henry Kendall, Walter Crisham, Carol Lynne, and Natasha Sokolova in the cast.

(1945) She performed in Leslie Henson's revue, "Leslie Henson's Gaieties," at the Saville Theatre in London, England with Leslie Henson, Walter Crisham, Avril Angers, Prudence Hyman, Carroll Gibbons and his Orchestra, Terence Delany, Decima Knight, Guy Fane, Gerry Fitzgerald, Joan Alexis, Molly Gay, and Freddie Carpenter's Gaiety Girls in the cast.

(1948) She performed in Charles Zwar and Melville's revue, "A La Carte," at the Savoy Theatre in London, England with Henry Kendall in the cast.

(1953) She performed in William Chappell's revue, "At The Lyric," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Dora Bryan and Ian Carmichael in the cast.

(March 1954) She performed in William Chappell's revue, "At The Lyric," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Dora Bryan and Ian Carmichael in the cast.

(May 1954) She performed in William Chappell's revue, "At The Lyric," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Dora Bryan and Ian Carmichael in the cast.

(1973) She acted in Charles Dyer's play, "Mother Adam," at the King's Theatre in Edinburgh, Scotland with Peter Wyngarde in the cast. Charles Dyer was also director.

(February 1972) She acted in Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill's musical, "The Threepenny Opera," at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London, England with Barbara Windsor and Joe Melia in the cast.

(April 1972) She acted in Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill's musical, "The Threepenny Opera," at the Picadilly Theatre in London, England with Barbara Windsor and Joe Melia in the cast.

Canterbury Tales (1969). Musical. Book by Martin Starkie and Neville Coghill. Based on "The Canterbury Tales" by Geoffrey Chaucer. Music by Richard Hill and John Hawkins. Lyrics by Nevill Coghill. Musical Director: Oscar Kosarin. Dance arrangements by Oscar Kosarin. Vocal arrangements by Oscar Kosarin. Music orchestrated by Richard Hill and John Hawkins. Scenic Design by Derek Cousins. Costume Design by Loudon Sainthill. Choreographed by Sammy Bayes. Assistant Choreographer: Bert Michaels. Directed by Martin Starkie. Eugene O'Neill Theatre: 3 Feb 1969- 18 May 1969 (121 performances + 5 previews). Cast: Hermione Baddeley (as "Wife of Bath/Old Woman"), Mary Jo Catlett (as "Housewife/Village Girl/Parishioner"), Roy Cooper (as "Miller/Pluto/Gervase"), Betsy Dickerson (as "Village Girl"), Sandy Duncan (as "The Sweetheart/Alison/Molly/May"), Terry Eno (as "Robin/Attendant/Courtier/Workman"), Dick Ensslen (as "Friar"), Ed Evanko (as "Squire/Nicholas/Damian/Alan"), Jack Fletcher (as "Attendant/Workman"), Roger Franklin (as "Executioner"), Ann Gardner (as "Prioress/Queen/Proserpina"), Martyn Green (as "Chaucer/Justinus"), Bruce Hyde (as "Clerk of Oxford/Young Knight/Absalon/John"), Karen Kristin (as "Court Lady/Village Girl/Bridesmaid"), Joyce Maret (as "Bridesmaid/Village Girl/Court Lady"), Bert Michaels (as "Summoner"), Patricia Michaels (as "Court Lady/Bridesmaid/Village Girl"), Tod Miller (as "Page/Attendant/Courtier/Workman"), Gene Myers (as "Attendant/Courtier/Workman"), Evelyn Page (as "Nun/Duenna/Miller's Wife"), George Rose (as "Steward/The Carpenter/January"), Ron Schwinn (as "Attendant/Courtier/Workman"), Marianne Selbert (as "Bridesmaid/Court Lady/Village Girl"), Leon Shaw (as "Merchant"), Reid Shelton (as "Knight/King"), Suzan Sidney (as "Parishioner/Village Girl"), Garnett Smith (as "Priest/Placebo/Pardoner"), Edwin Steffe (as "Host"), David Thomas (as "Cook/Workman"). Understudies: Mary Jo Catlett (as "Duenna, Miller's Wife/Nun"), Terry Eno (as "Absalon/Clerk of Oxford/John, Young Knight"), Dick Ensslen (as "Gervase/Miller/Pluto"), Jack Fletcher (as "Alan/Damian/Nicholas, Squire"), Roger Franklin (as "Host"), Karen Kristin (as "Alison/May/Molly/The Sweetheart"), Patricia Michaels (as "Prioress/Proserpina/Queen"), Tod Miller (as "Robin"), Gene Myers (as "Summoner"), Evelyn Page (as "Old Woman, Wife of Bath"), Ron Schwinn (as "Friar/Pardoner/Priest"), Reid Shelton (as "Merchant"), Garnett Smith (as "January/Steward"), David Thomas (as "Chaucer/Justinus"). Replacement actors during productions run: Eleanor Bergquist (as "Parishioner/Village Girl"), Mary Jo Catlett (as "Duenna/Miller's Wife/Nun"). Understudies: Eleanor Bergquist (as "Duenna/Miller's Wife/Nun), Mary Jo Catlett (as "Wife of Bath"), Leon Shaw (as "Knight"). Produced by Management Three Productions Ltd. and Frank Productions Inc. Produced by arrangement with Classic Presentations Limited. Note: Eugene O'Neill Theatre was at the time owned by Neil Simon (as Nancy Enterprises Inc.), who had no artistic involvement in this production.


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