- (1945 - 1957) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
- (1947) Stage Play: Louisiana Lady. Musical comedy.
- (1956) Stage Play: Uncle Willie. Comedy.
- (1945) Stage Play: Marinka. Musical/drama. Music by Emmerich Kálmán [final Broadway credit]. Lyrics by George Marion Jr.. Book by George Marion Jr. and Karl Farkas. Musical Director: Ray Kavanaugh. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek. Directed by Hassard Short. Garden Theatre (moved to The Ethel Barrymore Theatre 1 Oct 1945- close): 18 Jul 1945- 8 Dec 1945 (165 performances). Cast: Michael Barrett (as "Sergeant Negulegul"), Paul Campbell (as "Count Hoyos"), Ronnie Cunningham (as "Tilly"), Bob Douglas (as "Lieutenant Baltatzy"), Leonard Elliott (as "Francis"), Jack Gansert (as "Lieutenant Palafy"), Noel Gordon (as "Naval Lieutenant"), Adrienne Gray (as "Countess Huebner"), Taylor Holmes (as "Count Lobkowitz"), Jack Leslie (as "Waiter"), Ethel Levey (as "Madame Sacher") [final Broadway role], Luba Malina (as "Countess Landovska"), Joan Roberts (as "Marinka"), Reinhold Schünzel (as "Emperor Franz Josef"), Harry Stockwell (as "Crown Prince Rudolph"), Romo Vincent (as "Bratfisch"), Elline Walther (as "Countess von Diefendorfer"), Ruth Webb (as "Nadine"). Replacement cast [during Winter Garden Theatre run]: Helene Arthur (as "Countess von Diefendorfer"), Edith Fellows (as "Marinka") [Broadway debut], Taylor Holmes (as "Emperor Franz Josef"), Charles Laskey (as "Lieutenant Palafy"), Ethel Madsen (as "Nadine"), John McKee (as "Emperor Franz Josef"), Elline Walther (as "Countess Huebner"), Jerry Wayne (as "Crown Prince Rudolph"), Doodles Weaver (as "Francis") [final Broadway role]. [During Ethel Barrymore Theatre run]: None known. Produced by Jules J. Leventhal and Harry Howard.
- (1947) She acted in Wilhelm Meyer-Forster's play, "The Student Prince," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Frank Hornaday, George Britton, and Clarence Nordstrom in the cast. Frank Carrington and Agnes Morgan were directors.
- (July 21, 1947) She acted in the musical, "Best Foot Forward," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Harold Lang, Alice Pearce, Hugh Martin, Michael Hall and Beverly Janis in the cast. John Cecil Holm wrote the book. Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane wrote the music and lyrics.