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Other Works

  • Stage: "Mame" as Vera Charles (Broadway) (1968)
  • Stage: She was featured in the original Broadway productions of "The Women" (playing Miriam Aarons), "The Voice of the Turtle" and Richard Rodgers' and Lorenz Hart's "I Married an Angel" (1938). All of these shows were filmed, but she did not appear in the film versions. In fact, the film version of "I Married an Angel" (I Married an Angel (1942)) was so changed from the stage version that Christie's role was written out of the film.
  • Stage: Played Kitty Trimble (the role played by Lucille Ball in the film version) in the original Broadway production of "Without Love", 1942.
  • Stage: Played Olive Lashingbrooke (the role played by Eve Arden in the film) in the original Broadway production of "The Voice of the Turtle".
  • Holiday for Lovers (1957). Comedy. Written by Ronald Alexander. Directed by Shepard Traube. Longacre Theatre: 14 Feb 1957- 11 May 1957 (100 performances). Cast: Don Ameche (as "Robert Dean"), Thomas A. Carlin (as "Paul Gattalin"), Audrey Christie (as "Connie McDougal"), Sandra Church, Denise Dorin, Ann Flood, Carmen Mathews, George Mathews, Rene Paul. Produced by Shepard Traube. Note: Filmed as Holiday for Lovers (1959).
  • Stage: Played Frances Black in the original Broadway production of Moss Hart's "Light Up The Sky".
  • Unsold pilot: In 1969 she co-starred in a sitcom pilot for CBS called "Houseboat". It starred Arthur Hill as a widowed newspaper reporter who lives on a houseboat with his three kids and beautiful young housekeeper.
  • (January 15, 1933) She acted in the musical comedy, "Of Thee I Sing," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Oscar Shaw, Harriette Lake, Donald Meek, Cecil Lean, Abe Reynolds, William J. Pringle, Georgette Lampsi, Francis Pierlot, Paul Everton, Gaile Darling, Al Sexton, Tommy Texas, Sergeant Reynolds, John Cherry, Jeannette Marion, Adrian Rosley and Tommy Thompson in the cast. Georgie Hale was choreographer. Jo Mielziner was set designer. Weld and Charles LeMaire were costume designers. George S. Kaufman was director. Sam H. Harris was producer. George Gershwin composed music. Ira Gershwin was lyricist. George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind wrote the book.
  • (October 1969) She acted in Jay Allen's translation of Pierre Barillet and Jean Pierre Gredy's play, "Forty Carats," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Barbara Rush, Scott McKay, Stephen Collins, Gene Blakely, Eileen Letchworth, Imogene Bliss, Sylvia Grand, Art Barnett, Doris Ingraham and William Cox in the cast. Will Steven Armstrong was set designer. Sara Brook was costume designer. Abe Burrows was director. David Merrick was producer.
  • (1972) She acted in Jay Presson Allen's adaptation of Pierre Barillet and Jean Pierre Gredy's play, "Forty Carats," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Barbara Rush and Joel Crothers in the cast. Gene Blakely was director.

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