Other Works

  • Portrayed "Columbia" in the original Broadway production of "The Rocky Horror Show, " 1975.
  • Played Lucy in original off-Broadway cast of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.
  • Appeared in the following Broadway productions:
  • Pal Joey (1976). Musical comedy (revival). Music by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. Circle in the Square Theatre: 27 June 1976- 29 Aug 1976 (73 performances + 33 previews). As "Linda English." Cast included: Dixie Carter, Marilu Henner. Directed by Theodore Mann.
  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975). Musical comedy (original cast production). Music and lyrics by Richard O'Brien. Belasco Theatre: 7 Mar 1975- 5 April 1975 (45 performances + 4 previews). As "Columbia." Cast included Tim Curry, Meat Loaf. Understudy: Robert Rhys. Directed by Jim Sharman.
  • Oh! Calcutta! (1969). Musical revue. Conceived by Kenneth Tynan. Contributions by Samuel Beckett, Jules Feiffer, Dan Greenburg, John Lennon, Jacques Levy [earliest Broadway credit], Leonard Melfi, David Newman, Robert Benton, Sam Shepard, Clovis Trouille, Kenneth Tynan and Sherman Yellen. Music and Lyrics, The Open Window: Robert Dennis, Peter Schickele and Stanley Walden. Musical Director: Norman Bergen. Choreographed by Margo Sappington. Directed by Jacques Levy. Eden Theatre (moved to The Belasco Theatre from 25 Feb 1971- close). 17 Jun 1969- 12 Aug 1972 (1314 performances). Cast: Raina Barrett (as "Performer"), Mark Dempsey (as "Performer"), Robert Dennis (as "The Open Window Performer"), Katie Drew-Wilkinson (as "Performer"), Boni Enten (as "Performer"), Bill Macy (as "Performer"), Alan Rachins (as "Performer"), Leon Russom (as "Performer"), Margo Sappington (as "Performer"), Peter Schickele (as "The Open Window Performer"), Nancy Tribush (as "Performer"), Stanley Walden (as "The Open Window Performer"), George Welbes (as "Performer"). Replacement actors during Eden Theatre run: Mel Auston (as "Performer"), Maureen Byrnes (as "Performer"), Michael Callahan (as "Performer"), B.J. DeSimone (as "Performer"), Ray Edelstein (as "Performer"), Gene GeBauer (as "Performer"), Samantha Harper (as "Performer"), Patricia Hawkins (as "Performer"), Kathrin King (as "Performer"), William Knight (as "Performer"), Mitchell McGuire (as "Performer"), Lynn Oliver (as "Performer"), Eddie Phillips Jr. (as "Performer"), Pamela Pilkenton (as "Performer"), Gary Rethmeier (as "Performer"), Michael Riordan (as "Performer"), Martin Speer (as "Performer"). Replacement actors during Belasco Theatre run: Mel Auston (as "Performer"), Lawrie Driscoll (as "Performer"), Samantha Harper (as "Performer"), Cyndi Howard (as "Performer"), William Knight (as "Performer"), Eddie Phillips (as "Performer"), Pamela Pilkenton (as "Performer"), Gary Rethmeier (as "Performer"). Standbys: Ray Edelstein (as "All Men"), Ellie Smith (as "All Women"). Produced by Hillard Elkins. Produced in association with Michael White, Gordon Crowe and George Platt. Note: Filmed as Oh! Calcutta! (1972).
  • The Roar of the Greasepaint- The Smell of the Crowd (1965). Shubert Theatre: 11 May 1965- 4 Dec 1965 (231 performances + 7 previews). Cast included: Anthony Newley, As "Urchin." Directed by Anthony Newley. Produced by David Merrick.
  • (1968) She acted in Clark Gesner's musical, "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown," at the Fortune Theatre in London, England with David Rhys-Anderson, Gene Kidwell, Courtney Lane, Don Potter, and Gene Scandur in the cast. Joseph Hardy was director.
  • (April 12, 1965) She acted in the musical, "The Roar of the Greasepaint--The Smell of the Crowd, "at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Anthony Newley, Cyril Ritchard, Sally Smith, Joyce Jillison, Gilbert Price, George Hirose, Murray Tannenbaum, Rawley Bates, Lori Browne, Lori Cesar, Jill Choder, Gloria Chu, Kay Cole, Marlene Dell, Mitzi Feinn, Pamela Gruen, Linda Rae Hager, Cyndi Howard, Laura Michaels, Debbie Palmer, and Heather Taylor in the cast. Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley wrote the book, music, and lyrics. Sean Kenny was set designer. Freddy Wittop was costume designer. Gillian Lynne was choreographer. Anthony Newley was also director. David Merrick was producer.

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