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(1933- 1984). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1933). Stage Play: Champagne, Sec. Musical/operetta. Book by Alan Child. Music by Johann Strauss. Lyrics by Robert A. Simon. From "Die Fledermaus" by Johann Strauss. Musical Director: Rudolph Thomas. From "Die Fledermaus" by Karl Haffner and Richard Genee. Based on a French play by Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halévy. From a German story by Roderich Benedix. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Monty Woolley. Morosco Theatre (moved to The Shubert Theatre from 30 Oct 1933 to Nov 1933 then moved to The 44th Street Theatre from 30 Nov 1933 to close): 14 Oct 1933- 20 Jan 1934 (113 performances). Cast: John Barclay, Kitty Carlisle (as "Prince Orlofsky") [Broadway debut], Carol Chandler, Glenn Darwin, Nina Dean, Gudrun Ekelund, Don English, Helen Ford, Paul Haakon, John E. Hazzard, Olive Jones, Ronald Jones, Wilfried Klamroth, Joseph Macaulay, Alan M. MacCracken, William J. McCarthy, George Meader (as "Von Einstein"), Samuel Mendel, Claire Miller, Bruce Norman, Pierce O'Hearn, Betty Quay, David Rogers, Eleanor Tennis, John Thomas, George Trabert, Nellilew Winger, Peggy Wood. Produced by Dwight Wiman and Lawrence Langner. Produced in association with The Westport Country Playhouse.

(1936). Stage Play: White Horse Inn. Musical comedy. Music by Ralph Benatsky. Book by Hans Müller [final Broadway credit]. Suggested by Oskar Blumenthal and G. Kandelburg. Lyrics by Irving Caesar. Book adapted by David Freedman. Musical Director: Victor Baravalle. Additional music by Robert Stolz, Irving Caesar, Norman Zeno, Will Irwin, Richard Fall, Jara Benes, Vivian Ellis and Eric Coates. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek. Musical Advisor: Adam Gelbtrunk. Scenic Design by Ernst Stern. Stage Manager: Charles Mather. Assistant Stage Mgr: Burton McEvilly, Richard Whale, Jack Voeth and Hal Voeth. Modern Dress designs by Irene Sharaff. Costume Design by Ernst Stern. Lighting and Special Lighting Effects by Eugene Braun. Stage Manager: Charles Mather. Choreographed by Max Rivers. Directed by Erik Charell. Center Theatre: 1 Oct 1936- 10 Apr 1937 (223 performances). Cast: Kitty Carlisle (as "Katarina Vogelhuber, Proprietress of the White Horse Inn"), William Gaxton (as "Leopold, the Head Waiter"), Robert Halliday, John Albert, Marvin Atkin, James Babbitt, Penny Banks, Jack Barnes, John Barry, Eleanor Bauman, Evan Beatty, Betsy Berkeley, Thomas Blayney, Evelyn Bonefine, Geraldine Bork, Edward Brown, Joe Brown Jr., Klara Buestr, William Bull, Phyllis Cameron, Maurice Carr, Maude Carroll, Bill Chandler, Diana Chase, Charles Chavez, Nelson Clifford, Floyd Cornaby, Carol Crowell, Ruth Dawson, Arthur de Voss, Eleanor De Witte, Helene Dernelle, Alfred Drake (as "Singing Ensemble"), Valerie Eaton, Sonia Efron, Audrey Elliott, Walter Elliott, Esta Elman, Billy Entenmann, Margie Evans, Dionne Farrelle, Anne Francis (as "Singing Ensemble"), Leo Freedman, Edwin Gale, Gene Gally, Tommy Gavin, Tilda Getze, Milton Gill, Sidney Gordon, George Gorst, Frederick Graham, Myra Green, Wendy Greene, Edwin Hackett, Billy Hale, Ed Hall, Gertrude Hamilton, Lorraine Harris, Marion Harvey, Gladys Haverty, Frances Hayes, Buddy Hertelle, Billy House (as "William McGonigle"), Frances Hyatt, Mel Kacher, Gene Kavanaugh, Florence Keezel, Maurice Kelly, Arnold Korff (as "The Emperor"), Gratia Landley, Flora Laney, Lorraine Latham, Martin Le Roy, Clark Leston, Billy Lichtenberger, Willi Lichtenberger, Fred Locke, Dorothy Lodge, Marguerite Lodge, Virginia Lodge, Anton Lonek, Velma Lord, Charlotte Lorraine, Albert Mahler, Jules Mann, Marie Marion, Emily Marsh, Maxine Martin, Patricia Martin, Anthony Marvin, Melissa Mason, Luba Matiuk, Joseph McCarthy, June Meier, Florence Menges, Jack Millard, Mickey Moore, Paul Moore, Harry Murray (as "Boy in the Ensemble"), Mae Muth, Dorothy Palmer, Mildred Patterson, Bill Pillick, Betty Pope, Harry Quinn, Oscar Ragland (as "Head Forester"), Adelaide Raleigh, Mme. Reverelly, Dorothy Richel, Herbert Rissman, Ernst Robert, Ruth Roberts, Jack Rogers, Babs Rossiter, Ruth Rostyn, Evelyn Sather, Olga Schwenker, Winton Sears, Almira Sessions, Joseph Shaughnessy, Ruth Shaw, Paul Shobat, Morrie Siegel, Edwin Sims, Ed Smith, Sonia Sorel, Carol Stone, Lillian Sullivan, Mary Sutherland, Carl Trees, Norman Van Emburgh, Arthur Vann, Nina Verde, Hal Voeth, Harold Voeth (as "Honeymooner"), Jack Voeth (as "Boy in the Ensemble"), Howard Warriner, Kenneth Weaver, Buster West, Grover White, Gloria Whitney, Robert Williamson, Janice Winter, Joseph Wirag, Georgina Yaeger. Produced by Laurence Rivers Inc. and Erik Charell.

(1937). Stage Play: Three Waltzes. Musical romance. Book by Clare Kummer and Rowland Leigh. Based on the play by Paul Knepler and Armin Robinson. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Costume Design by Connie De Pinna. Dances Staged by Chester Hale. Directed by Hassard Short. Majestic Theatre: 25 Dec 1937- 9 Apr 1938 (122 performances). Cast: Michael Bartlett (as "Count Rudolph von Hohenbrunn/Count Otto von Hohenbrunn Rudolph's Son/Count Max von Hohenbrunn, Rudolph's Grandson"), Gladys Baxter (as "Marie Hiller [Alternate]/Charlotte Hiller, Marie Hiller's Daughter [Alternate]/Franzi Corot Hiller, Grand-daughter of Marie Hiller [Alternate]"), Kitty Carlisle (as "Marie Hiller/Charlotte Hiller, Marie Hiller's Daughter/Franzi Corot Hiller, Grand-daughter of Marie Hiller"), Glenn Anders (as "Karl Brenner"), Ann Andrews (as "Baroness Delaunay"), John Barker (as "Viscount Rene Duval"), Rosie Moran (as "Steffi Castelli, Lilli's Daughter"), Victor Morley (as "Baron Delaunay"), Marion Pierce (as "Marchesa del Campo"), Anita Arden (as "Scandal Girls/The Ladies"), Charles Arnt (as "Leopold von Hohenbrunn"), Phyllis Avery (as "The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls"), Milton Barnett (as "The Ballet Boys"), George Baxter (as "Field Marshall Count Maximilian von Hohenbrunn/Dr. Cavaneau/Sackville, a Film Director"), Marion Broske (as "The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls"), Ralph Bunker (as "Herr Beltramini/Author"), Boris Butleroff (as "The Ballet Boys"), Wanda Cochran (as "The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls"), Ted Daniels (as "Eight Men of Manhattan"), Richard D'Arcy (as "The Ballet Boys"), Dana Doran (as "Scandal Girls/The Ladies"), Wheeler Dryden (as "Herr Difflinger, a painter/Louis, a waiter at Maxime's/Musical Director"), Larry Douglas (as "Eight Men of Manhattan") [credited as Lipman Duckat], Joan Engel (as "The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls"), Truman Gaige (as "Conductor/Leo, an Actor"), Roger Gerry (as "Eight Men of Manhattan"), Ellen Gibb (as "The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls"), Gene Greenlaw (as "Eight Men of Manhattan"), Barry Gunn (as "The Ballet Boys"), Dorothy Hardy (as "The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls"), Alfred Kappeler (as "Herbert von Hohenbrunn/Manager/Cameraman"), Paula Kaye (as "The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls"), Walter Lewis (as "Eight Men of Manhattan"), Sylvia Liggett (as "Scandal Girls/The Ladies"), Ruth MacDonald (as "Lilli Castelli"), Ralph Magelssen (as "Andre Corot, a Baritone at the Theatre"), Michael Mann (as "The Ballet Boys"), Jayne Manners (as "Scandal Girls/The Ladies"), Earl McDonald (as "Felix von Hohenbrunn/Reporter/Trevor"), Alice McWhorter (as "Scandal Girls/The Ladies"), Len Mence (as "Sebastian/Counterman, at the Commissary"), Harry Mestayer (as "Egon von Hohenbrunn"), Dolly Miller (as "Scandal Girls/The Ladies"), William Newgord (as "Orderly/Page Boy"), William Parker (as "Eight Men of Manhattan"), Jack Phillips (as "Eight Men of Manhattan"), Mischa Pompianov (as "The Ballet Boys"), David Preston (as "Gendarme/The Ballet Boys"), Frances Rands (as "Scandal Girls/The Ladies"), Fred Ratliffe (as "Eight Men of Manhattan"), Adele Rich (as "Barmaid/Miss Waring/Script Girl"), Lila Royce (as "Scandal Girls/The Ladies"), Diana Rutherford (as "Scandal Girls/The Ladies"), Ivy Scott (as "Kalliwoda"), Jean Sharp (as "The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls"), June Sharpe (as "The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls"), Fred Sherman (as "Freddie"), Louis Sorin (as "W. Wagstaff Wolf, of Hollywood"), Marguerita Sylva (as "Countess von Hohenbrunn"), Harold Taub (as "The Ballet Boys"), Kay York (as "Scandal Girls/The Ladies"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1940). Stage Play: Walk With Music. Musical comedy.

(1948). Stage Play: The Rape of Lucretia. Musical/opera. Ziegfeld Theatre: 29 Dec 1948- 15 Jan 1949 (23 performances). Produced by Marjorie Ewing, Sherman Ewing and Giovanni Cardelli.

(November 1, 1988) Guest on the TV news program "Live on Five".

(1971) She acted in Moss Hart's play, "Light Up the Sky," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Vivian Blaine in the cast.

(1952) She acted in Moss Hart's play, "Lady in the Dark," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts.

(1973) She acted in Alexander MacDonald's play, "Don't' Frighten the Horses," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Elliot Reid in the cast.

(1995) She acted in the play, "Yes, There Were Giants," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with John Raitt and Jo Sullivan Loesser in the cast.

(1975) She acted in the play, "You Never Know," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Bob Wright and Joe Masiell in the cast.

(1939) She acted in Clare Kummer's play, "A Successful Calamity," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Walter Hampden in the cast.

(1976) She acted in Cole Porter's musical, "You Never Know," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Bob Wright, Jose Masiell and Bernice Massi in the cast. Bruce Blaine was director.

(July 1971) She acted in Moss Hart's musical, "Light Up the Sky," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Vivian Blaine, Sam Levene and Ruth McDevitt in the cast.

(August 1975) She acted in the musical, "You Never Know," based on the play "Candle Light," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine. Bruce Blain adapted the book. Cole Porter was composer and lyricist.

(August 19 to 31, 1995) She acted in Evans Haile's musical revue, "Yes, There Were Giants," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with John Raitt and Jo Sullivan in the cast.

(Sunday August 11, 1996) She acted in the musical revue, "Thank You, John Lane (Artistic Director)," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Maureen Brennan, George Dvorsky, Russell Nype, Betsy Palmer, John Raittk, Lee Roy Reams, Jo Sullivan, Karen Ziemba and the company of "Five Guys Named Moe" in the cast.


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