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  • (1971) Stage: Appeared a revival of Eugene O'Neill's "Long Day's Journey Into Night" on Broadway, with Robert Ryan.
  • Stage: Appeared in "Ah Wilderness!" on Broadway.
  • Stage: Appeared in "Streetsongs" on Broadway.
  • (1982) Stage: Directed "Mass Appeal" on Broadway. NOTE: She was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Director (Play).
  • (1938) Stage: Appeared (as "Ellie Dunn"; Broadway debut) in "Heartbreak House" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Scenic Design by John Koenig. Costume Design by Millia Davenport. Directed by Orson Welles. Mercury Theatre: 29 Apr 1938-Jun 1938 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Mady Christians (as "Hesione Hushabye"), George Coulouris (as "Boss Mangan"), Brenda Forbes, John Hoyt (as "Randall Utterword"; credited as John Hoysradt), Phyllis Joyce (as "Randall Utterword"), Vincent Price (as "Hector Hushabye"), Erskine Sanford (as "Mazzini Dunn"), Orson Welles (as "Capt. Shotover"). Produced by Orson Welles and John Houseman.
  • (1977) Stage: Appeared in a revival of Eugene O'Neill's "A Touch of the Poet" on Broadway with Jason Robards.
  • (1928) Stage: Appeared (as "Ensemble") in "She's My Baby" on Broadway. Musical comedy/farce. Book by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Special Augmented Orchestra under the direction of: Gene Salzer. Costume Design by Francillon, Inc. and Raymond Sovey. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Choreographed by Mary Read. Directed by Edward Royce. Globe Theatre: 3 Jan 1928-3 Mar 1928 (71 performances). Cast: Beatrice Lillie (as "Tilly"), Paul Banker, James H. Beattie, Joan Clement (as "Joan"), May Cornes, Cleo Cullen, Peggy Cunningham, Evelyn Dehkes, Teddy Denton, Bernie Dirkes, Frank Doane (as "Mr. Hemingway, Martin's trustee"), Malcolm Duffield, Irene Dunne (as "Polly"), Pearl Eaton (as "Pearl"), Evelyn Ellsmore, William Frawley (as "Meadows"), Doreen Glover, Alfred Hale, Violet Hanbury, Muriel Hayman, Elsie Holt, Grace Holt, Topsy Humphries, Nick Long Jr. (as "The Dance Director"), Mary Louise, William McCarthy, Glenn McComas, Alfred Milano, Catherine Na Varro, Blanche O'Donohoe, Charlotte Otis, Jessie Payne, Phyllis Rae, Peti Reed, Lily Reilly, Anna Riley, Evelyn Sayers, Loretta Sayers, Georgie Sewell, Ula Sharon, William Sholar Jr., Iris Smith, Pearl Sodders, Peggy Sowden, Robert Spencer, Jack Stevens, Ward Tallman, Norma Taylor, George Vigouroux, Robert Vreeland, Florence Ware, Doris Waterworth, Clifton Webb (as "Clyde Parker, the author"), Hazel Webb, Jack Whiting, Jill Williams, Vivian Wilson, Hilda Winstanley, Dorothy Wyatt. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.
  • (1956) Stage: Appeared (as "Goneril") in "King Lear" on Broadway. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Musical score by Marc Blitzstein. Associate Director: Emerson Crocker. Directed by Orson Welles. City Center: 12 Jan 1956-29 Jan 1956 (21 performances). Cast: Orson Welles (as "King Lear of Britain"), Art Alisi (as "Knight" / "Officer"), David Anthony (as "Knight" / "Officer"), Jack Aronson (as "Tenant to Gloucester" / "Gentleman"), Julian Barry (as "Knight" / "Officer"), Robert Blackburn (as "King of France"), Sorrell Booke (as "Duke of Albany"), Robert Burr (as "Servant to Cornwall" / "Captain"), Francis Carpenter (as "Oswald, Goneril's Steward"), Tom Clancy (as "Curan"), John Colicos (as "Edmund, Gloucester's Bastard Son"), Thayer David (as "Duke of Cornwall"), Roy Dean (as "Earl of Kent"), Richard Edelman (as "Knight" / "Officer"), Alvin Epstein (as "Fool"), Robert Fletcher (as "Edgar, Gloucester's Son"), Richard Hill (as "Knight" / "Officer"), Viveca Lindfors (as "Cordelia, Lear's Daughter"), Walter Mathews (as "Duke of Burgundy" / "Doctor"), Kenneth Mays (as "Knight" / "Officer"), Thomas Newman (as "Knight" / "Officer"), Lou Perri (as "Knight" / "Officer"), James T. Pritchett (as "Knight" / "Officer"), Don Ratka (as "Knight" / "Officer"), Lester Rawlins (as "Earl of Gloucester"), Sylvia Short (as "Regan, Lear's Daughter"), Robert Weaver (as "Knight" / "Officer"), Michael Yuda (as "Knight" / "Officer"). Understudy: Anne Meacham. Produced by New York City Center Theatre Company (Jean Dalrymple: Director). Produced by arrangement with Martin Gabel and Henry M. Margolis.
  • (February 23, 1943) Radio: "Suspense", Episode 30 "Will You Walk Into My Parlor?" Only first half exist while the rest is presumed missing.
  • (August 3, 1943) Radio: "Suspense", Episode 52 "A Friend to Alexander"
  • (October 7, 1943) Radio: "Suspense", Episode 61 "Philomel Cottage"
  • (June 15, 1944) Radio: "Suspense", Episode 96 "A Friend to Alexander" (remake -different version)
  • (1982-1983 Season) She directed Bill C. Davis' play, "Mass Appeal," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Milo O'Shea and Shaun Cassidy in the cast. David Gropman was scenic designer. F. Mitchell Dana was lighting designer. William Ivey Long was costume designer.
  • (December 20, 1974 to January 17, 1975) She acted in Eugene O'Neill's play, "Ah, Wilderness," at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut with John Braden (Uncle Sid) in the cast. Arvin Brown was director. Steven Rubin was set designer. Bill Walker was costume designer. Jamie Gallagher was lighting designer. This production was transferred to Broadway in New York City.
  • (1976) She acted in the musical, "Daarlin' Juno," based on Sean O' Casey's play, "Juno and the Paycock," at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut with Ruby Holbrook and Joyce Ebert in the cast. Joseph Stein wrote the book. Marc Blitzstein was composer and lyricist. Richard Maltby and Fitzgerald were adapters. Arvin Brown was director. David Jenkins was set designer. Bill Walker was costume designer. Ronald Wallace was lighting designer.
  • (December 20, 1974 to January 17, 1975) She acted in Eugene O'Neill's play, "Ah, Wilderness," at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut with William Swetland, Linda Hunt, John Braden, Richard Backus and Teresa Wright in the cast. Arvin Brown was director. Steven Rubin was set designer. Bill Walker was costume designer. Jamie Gallagher was lighting designer. This production was transferred to Broadway in New York City.
  • (1973) She acted in Henrik Ibsen's play, "The Master Builder," at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut with William Swetland in the cast. Austin Pendleton was director and adapter. John Conklin was set designer. Whitney Blausen was costume designer. Ronald Wallace was lighting designer.

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