: USA Today newspaper (1985)
Stage: Played "Tillie Clark" in "Blue" by Charles Randolph-Wright
and Nona Hendryx
(Pasadena Playhouse, Pasadena, CA, 9/02).
Radio commercial: Exatech RX7 Diabetic testing supplies (1998).
Appeared on the television program "Rhythm Rendezvous" a variety series on February 25, 1954 along with Bobby Blanche. The program was emceed by Bob Parks.
Stage: Appeared in "House of Flowers" on Broadway
in 1954. Nominated for Tony Award
No Strings (1962). Musical. Book by Samuel Taylor. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Richard Rodgers. Dance arrangements by Peter Matz. Choreographed by Joe Layton
. Associate Choreographer: Buddy Schwab. Musical Director: Peter Matz
. Directed by Joe Layton. 54th Street Theatre (moved to The Broadhurst Theatre from 1 Oct 1962- close): 15 Mar 1962- 3 Aug 1963 (580 performances + 1 preview on 14 Mar 1962). Cast: Diahann Carroll
(as "Barbara Woodruff"), Richard Kiley
(as "David Jordan"), Noëlle Adam
(as "Jeanette Valmy"), Don Chastain
(as "Mike Robinson"), Alvin Epstein
(as "Luc Delbert"), Mitchell Gregg (as Louis dePourtal"), Bernice Massi
(as "Comfort O'Connell"), Polly Rowles (as "Mollie Plummer"), Paul Cambeilh (as "Marcello Agnolotti"), Susanne Cansino (as "Dancer"), Julie Drake (as "Dancer"), Jean Eliot (as "Dancer"), Ginny Gan (as "Dancer"), Gene GeBauer (as "Dancer"), Ellen Graff (as "Dancer"), Ann Hodges (as "Gabrielle Bertin/Dancer"), Diana Hrubetz (as "Dancer"), Kay Hudson (as "Dancer"), Scott Hunter (as "Dancer"), Alan Johnson (as "Dancer"), Sandy Leeds (as "Dancer"), Michael Maurer (as "Dancer"), Larry Merritt (as "Dancer"), Anna Marie Moylan (as "Dancer"), David Neuman (as "Dancer"), Patti Pappathatos (as "Dancer"), Janet Paxton (as "Dancer"), Wakefield Poole (as "Dancer"), Dellas Rennie (as "Dancer"), Bea Salten (as "Dancer"), Carol Sherman (as "Dancer"), Calvin von Reinhold Dancer"), Mary Zahn (as "Dancer"). Produced by Richard Rodgers
. Produced in association with Samuel Taylor. Notes: (1) Won Tony Award
. (2) During production run Ms. Carroll appeared as the mystery guest on What's My Line? (20 May 1962).
Stage: Starred as Norma Desmond in "Sunset Boulevard",
Agnes of God (1982). Drama. Written by John Pielmeier
credit]. Scenic Design by Eugene Lee. Costume Design by Carrie Robbins. Lighting Design by Roger Morgan. Hair Design by Lyn Quiyou. Directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg
. Music Box Theatre: 30 Mar 1982- 4 Sep 1983 (599 performances + 12 previews that began on 19 Mar 1982). Cast: Elizabeth Ashley' (as "Doctor Martha Livingstone"), Geraldine Page
(as "Mother Miriam Ruth"), Amanda Plummer
(as "Agnes"). Understudies: Sally Klein (as "Agnes"), Susan Riskin
(as "Doctor Martha Livingstone/Mother Miriam Ruth"). Replacement cast: Diahann Carroll
(as "Doctor Martha Livingstone"), Mia Dillon
(as "Agnes"), Carrie Fisher
(as "Agnes"), Lily Knight
(as "Agnes"), Maryann Plunkett
(as "Agnes"). Produced by Kenneth Waissman
, Lou Kramer and Paramount Theatre Productions. Note: Filmed as Agnes of God
(September 2013) Announced that she will co-star with Denzel Washington
in Lorraine Hansberry
's latest revival of "A Raisin in the Sun", directed by Kenny Leon
, in New York City on Broadway
at the Barrymore Theatre, beginning April 3, 2014 for a 14-week limited engagement.
(June 22, 1989) Guest on "Live on Five" with Vic Damone.
(1962) She acted in Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein's musical, "No Strings," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Richard Kiley in the cast.
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