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  • Performed at a 1996 AIDS benefit that was a tribute to veteran actress Angela Lansbury.
  • Performed on Broadway in New York as Miss Hannigan in the 1997 revival of "Annie."
  • Won a 1978 Tony Award as Best Featured Actress in a Musical for "Ain't Misbehavin'."
  • TV commercial for Liberty Medical Supplies (2001)
  • (October 1988) She acted in Fats Waller's musical, "Ain't Misbehavin", at the Ambassador Theatre on Broadway in New York City with André De Shields, Armelia McQueen, Ken Page and Charlayne Woodard in the cast. Richard Maltby Jr. was the director.
  • (1972) Stage Play: Dude. Musical. Book by Gerome Ragni. Lyrics by Gerome Ragni. Music by Galt MacDermot. Musical Director: Thomas Pierson. Music arranged by Horace Ott. Music orchestrated by Horace Ott. Production Design by Eugene Lee, Franne Lee and Roger Morgan. Directed by Tom O'Horgan. Broadway Theatre: 9 Oct 1972- 21 Oct 1972 (16 performances + 16 previews that began on 11 Sep 1972). Cast: Billy Alessi (as "Extra"), Bobby Alessi (as "Esso"), Rae Allen (as "Reba, Theater Wing"), Salome Bey (as "Mother Earth"), Alan Braunstein (as "Hero, Theater Wing"), Nell Carter (as "Suzie Moon, Theater Wing"), Ralph Carter (as "Dude (as a boy)"), Carol Estey (as "Noname"), Karen-Maria Faatz (as "Shubert Angel"), James Patrick Farrell III (as "Zero, Theater Wing"), Katie Field (as "Shubert Angel"), Leata Galloway (as "Nero"), Delores Hall (as "Bread"), Georgianna Holmes (as "World War Too"), Michael Jason (as "Solo, Theater Wing"), Helen Jennings (as "Shubert Angel"), Dawn Johnson (as "Echo, Theater Wing"), David Kruger (as "Shubert Angel"), David Lasley (as "Sissy"), Cary Mark (as "Shubert Angel"), Michael Meadows (as "Meadow"), Barbara Monte-Britton (as "Shade"), Nat Morris (as "Dude (as a man)"), Allan Nicholls (as "#33"), Mark Perman (as "Shubert Angel"), Aida Random (as "Shubert Angel"), William Redfield (as "Harold, Theater Wing"), Lynn Reynolds (as "Shubert Angel"), Dennis Simpson (as "Texaco"), Dale Soules (as "Shadow"), Sandra Loys Toder (as "Halo, Theater Wing"), Jim Turner (as "Electric Bill"). Produced by Adela Holzer and Peter Holzer.

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