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(1941) Stage: Appeared in "Viva O'Brien" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music by Marie Grever. Book by William K. Wells and Eleanor Wells. Lyrics by Raymond Leveen. Music arranged by Charles L. Cooke. Vocal arrangements by Leonard De Paur. Choreographed by Chester Hale. Scenic Design by Clark Robinson. Costume Design by John Booth Jr. Comedy scenes directed by William K. Wells. Directed by Robert Milton. Majestic Theatre: 9 Oct 1941-25 Oct 1941 (20 performances). Produced by John J. Hickey, Clark Robinson and Chester Hale.

(1942) Stage: Appeared in "Wine, Women and Song" on Broadway. Musical revue.

(1943) Stage: Appeared (as "Dancer"; credited as Dolores Goodman) in "Something for the Boys" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music / lyrics by Cole Porter. Book by Herbert Fields and Dorothy Fields. Choral arrangements by William Parson. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek, Robert Russell Bennett, Don Walker and Ted Royal. Scenic Design by Howard Bay. Costume Design by Billy Livingston. Assistant to Mr. Bay: Albert A. Ostrander. Assistant to Mr. Livingston: Grace Houston. Lighting Design by / Directed by Hassard Short. Choreographed by Jack Cole. Book directed by Herbert Fields. Additional Numbers Staged by Lew Kessler. Alvin Theatre: 7 Jan 1943-8 Jan 1944 (422 performances). Cast: Ethel Merman (as "Blossom Hart"), Jimmy Allison (as "Singer"), Anita Alvarez (as "Micheala"), Alice Anthony (as "Dancer"), The Barnes Twins (as "Lois & Lucille"), Joseph Bell (as "Singer"), May Block (as "Dancer"), Betty Bruce (as "Betty-Jean"), William Callahan (as "Cpl. Burns"), Stanley Catron (as "Dancer"), Madeleine Clive (as "Mrs. Grubbs"), Jean Coyne (as "Dancer"), Bob Davis (as "Dancer"), Betty Deane (as "Dancer"), Patricia Deering (as "Dancer"), Benny DeSio (as "Dancer"), Alan Fleming (as "Singer"), Jerry Florio (as "Dancer"), Albert Gaeta (as "Dancer"), Betty Garrett (as "Mary-Frances"), Aaron Gobetz (as "Dancer"), Ruth Godfrey (as "Dancer"), Ray Harrison (as "Dancer"), Jack Hartley (as "Lt. Col. S.D. Grubbs"), Richard Harvey (as "Singer"), Betty Heather (as "Dancer"), Buddy Irving (as "Singer"), Margie Jackson (as "Dancer"), Allen Jenkins (as "Harry Hart"), Bill Johnson (as "Staff Sgt. Rocky Fulton"), Jeanne Jones (as "Dancer"), Art Lambert (as "Singer"), Stuart Langley (as "Sgt. Laddie Green"), Paula Laurence (as "Chiquita Hart"), Bruce Lord (as "Singer"), William Lynn (as "Mr. Tobias Twitch"), David Mann (as "Dancer"), Paul Mario (as "Singer"), Remi Martell (as "Sgt. Carter" / "Dancer"), Paul Martin (as "Dancer"), John Mayo (as "Singer"), Frances Mercer (as "Melanie Walker"), Joseph Monte (as "Singer"), Duncan Noble (as "Dancer"), Jean Owens (as "Dancer"), Jed Prouty (as "Roger Calhoun"), Ricky Riccardi (as "Dancer"), Walter Rinner (as "Burke" / "Singer"), Leslie Shannon (as "Dancer"), Ethel Sherman (as "Dancer"), Puddy Smith (as "Dancer"), Nina Starkey (as "Dancer"), William Vaux (as "Dancer"), Joe Viggiano (as "Dancer"), Murvyn Vye (as "Singer"), William Weber (as "Dancer"), Patricia Welles (as "Dancer"), Helen Wenzel (as "Dancer"), June Wieting (as "Dancer"), Lou Wills Jr. (as "Dancer"), Parker Wilson (as "Dancer"). Understudy: Betty Garrett (as "Blossom Hart"). Replacement actors: Leon Anthony (as "Dancer"), Tom Barrigan (as "Singer"), Dick Beard (as "Dancer"), Forrest Bonshire (as "Dancer"), Gloria Brooks (as "Dancer"), Betty Bruce (as "Chiquita Hart"), Edward Cassell (as "Singer"), Clarissa (as "Micheala"), Muriel Cole (as "Dancer"), William Drew (as "Dancer"), Charles Flynn (as "Singer"), Jack Foley (as "Dancer"), Charles Howard (as "Mr. Tobias Twitch"), Frank Hyers (as "Harry Hart"), George Lambrose (as "Singer"), Roma Leigh (as "Dancer"), Brayton Lewis (as "Singer"), June MacLaren (as "Dancer"), Jack Malis (as "Dancer"), Jerry Meilan (as "Dancer"), Mavis Mims (as "Betty-Jean"), Willamae Montur (as "Maid"), Ben Murphy (as "MP"./ "Singer"), Mischa Pompianov (as "Dancer"), Nancy Porter (as "Mary-Frances"), Bobby Preist (as "Dancer"), Dale Preist (as "Dancer"), Jules Racine (as "Dancer"), Gordon Richards (as "Singer"), Bob Roland (as "Singer"), Herbert Ross (as "Dancer"), Ruth Ryder (as "Dancer"), George Sabo (as "Dancer"), Shirl Thomas (as "Melanie Walker"), Terry Towne (as "Dancer"), Milton Watson (as "Sgt. Laddie Green"). Replacement cast: Leon Anthony (as "Dancer "), Tom Barrigan (as "Singer"), Dick Beard (as "Dancer"), Forest Bonshire (credited as Forrest Bonshire; as "Dancer"; Broadway debut), Gloria Brooks (as "Dancer"), Betty Bruce (as "Chiquita Hart"), Edward Cassell (as "Singer"), Clarissa (as "Micheala "), Muriel Cole (as "Dancer"), William Drew (as "Dancer"), Charles Flynn (as "Singer"), Jack Foley (as "Dancer"), Charles Howard (as "Mr. Tobias Twitch"), Frank Hyers (as "Harry Hart"), George Lambrose (as "Singer"), Roma Leigh (as "Dancer"), Brayton Lewis (as "Singer"), June MacLaren (as "Dancer"), Jack Malis (as "Dancer"), Jerry Meilan (as "Dancer"), Mavis Mims (as "Betty-Jean"), Willamae Montur (as "Maid"), Ben Murphy (as "MP" / "Singer"), Mischa Pompianov (as "Dancer"), Nancy Porter (as "Mary-Frances"), Bobby Preist (as "Dancer"), Dale Preist (as "Dancer"), Jules Racine (as "Dancer"), Gordon Richards (as "Singer"), Bob Roland (as "Singer"), Herbert Ross (as "Dancer"; Broadway debut), Ruth Ryder (as "Dancer"), George Sabo (as "Dancer"), Shirl Thomas (as "Melanie Walker"),Terry Towne (as "Dancer"), Milton Watson (as "Sgt. Laddie Green"). Produced by Michael Todd.

(1943) Stage: Appeared (as "Dancing Ensemble"; replacement actor) in "One Touch of Venus" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music by / Music orchestrated by / Music arranged by Kurt Weill. Book by S.J. Perelman and Ogden Nash. Lyrics by Ogden Nash. Suggested by "The Tinted Venus" by F. Anstey. Musical Director: Maurice Abravanel. Musical Staging by Agnes de Mille. Scenic Design by Howard Bay. Costume Design by Paul Du Pont and Kermit Love. Miss Martin's gowns by Mainbocher. Sound Consultant: Saki Oura. Directed by Elia Kazan. Imperial Theatre (moved to The 46th Street Theatre from 26 Jan 1944-close): 7 Oct 1943-10 Feb 1945 (567 performances). Cast: John Boles (as "Whitelaw Savory"), Mary Martin (as "Venus"), Kenny Baker (as "Rodney Hatch"), Lynn Alden (as "Singing Ensemble"), Ruth Bond (as "Gloria Kramer"), Sam Bonnell (as "Store Manager" / "Anatolian"), Zachary A. Charles (as "Sam"), Harry Clark (as "Stanley"), Arthur Davies (as "Singing Ensemble"), Jane Davies (as "Singing Ensemble"), Florence Dunlap (as "Mrs. Moats"), Rose Marie Elliot (as "Singing Ensemble"), Carle Erbele (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Matthew Farrar (as "Anatolian" / "Singing Ensemble"), Nelle Fisher (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Bert Freed (as "Police Lieutenant"), William Garrett (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Teddy Hart (as "Taxi Black"), Ruth Harte (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Jinx Heffelfinger (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Jane Hoffman (as "Rose"), Jean Houloose (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Beatrice Hudson (as "Singing Ensemble"), Ann Hutchinson (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Julie Jefferson (as "Singing Ensemble"), Pearl Lang (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Paula Laurence (as "Molly Grant"), Ralph Linn (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Allyn Ann McLerie (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Lavina Nielsen (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Duncan Noble (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Sono Osato (as "Premiere Danseuse"), Helen Raymond (as "Mrs. Kramer"), Ginee Richardson (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Willa Rollins (as "Singing Ensemble"), Patricia Schaeffer (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Kevin Smith (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Betty Spain (as "Singing Ensemble"), Johnny Stearns (as "Dr. Rook"), Harold J. Stone (as "Zuvelti"), Kirsten Valbor (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Jeffrey Warren (as "Singing Ensemble"), William Weber (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Lou Wills Jr. (as "Bus Starter" / "Dancing Ensemble"), Parker Wilson (as "Dancing Ensemble"). Replacement actors: Diana Adams (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Anita Alvarez (as "Premiere Danseuse"), Ben Cutler (as "Rodney Hatch"), Arthur Davies (as "Police Lieutenant"), Phillip Gordon (as "Sam"), Diana Gray (as "Singing Ensemble"), Ray Harrison (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Marion Kohler (as "Singing Ensemble"), Welland Lathrop (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Jack Mann (as "Taxi Black"), Regis Powers (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Mack Shanks (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Edward Ubell (as "Stanley"), Frank Westbrook (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Lester Wolf (as "Singing Ensemble"). Produced by Cheryl Crawford. Associate Producer: John Wildberg. NOTE: Filmed as One Touch of Venus (1948), One Touch of Venus (1955) (TV)).

(1944) Stage: Appeared (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer; credited as Dolores Goodman) in "Laffing Room Only" on Broadway. Musical comedy/revue. Music / Lyrics by Burton Lane. Book by Ole Olsen, Chic Johnson and Eugene Conrad. Arranger for Glee Club: Pam Davenport, Roy Ringwald and Robert Shaw. General Director for Olsen and Johnson: David Murray. Production Supervised by Harry A. Kaufman. Scenic Design by Stewart Chaney. Costume Design by Billy Livingston. Assistant to Mr. Livingston: Kasia Spilos. Assistant to Mr. Chaney: Peggy Clark. Company Manager: George Leffler. Stage Director: Dennis Murray. Stage Manager: Henning Irgens. Assistant Stage Mgr: Cliff Crist. Conducted by John McManus. Assistant to Robert Alton: Harry Pogue. Press Representative: C.P. Greneker, Joe Flynn and Stanley Seiden. Assistant to John Murray Anderson: Arnold Saint Subber. Company Manager: George Leffler. Production staged by John Murray Anderson. Choreographed by Robert Alton. Comedy directed by Edward F. Cline [final Broadway credit]. Winter Garden Theatre: 23 Dec 1944-14 Jul 1945 (232 performances). Cast: Jack Allen (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer" / "British Soldier:" / "Go Down To Boston Harbor" / "On Broadway" / "Stop That Dancing" / "Uncle" / "Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'"), Tony Anzy (as "Guest" / "Tourist" / "City Hall" / "The Ghost Train" Performer"), William Archibald (as "Go Down To Boston Harbor" Dancer" / "The Sailor" / "Stop That Dancing" / "Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'" Dancer / McCoy Son" / "Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'" / "The Hollywood Producer" / "Sunny California"), Ray Arnett (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer" / "In Harlem" / "Stop That Dancing" / "This Is As Far As I Go" Singer), Vicki Barrett (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer"), Virginia Barrett (as "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble / "The Ghost Train" Performer / Neighbor / Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin' / In the box / Intermission / "In a Radio Station" Ensemble / "The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), George Beach (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer / British Soldier / Go Down To Boston Harbor / "The Ghost Train" Performer"), O'Donnell Blair (as "Guest" / Tourist / City Hall / "The Piano Movers" Performer"), May Block (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / At El Morocco / "Stop That Dancing"), Gene Bone (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer/ F iring Squad / "The Russian Art Players"), Margaret Brander (as "Soprano" / "Moments Musicals"), Margot Brander (as "Guest" / Tourist / City Hall / In the box Intermission"), Robert Breton (as "Count Dimitri Resluvsky" / "The Russian Art Players" / Son / Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin' / Hollywood Announcer / In a Radio Station), Kenny Buffett (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / At El Morocco / Stop That Dancing / The Beau/ G ot That Good Time Feelin' / Juvenile Star / Sunny California"), Harry Burns (as "In the lobby / Before the Show / Guest / Tourist / City Hall / "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble / Son / Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'"), Francis Cooke (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer / Firing Squad / The Russian Art Players / The Cameraman / Sunny California"), Cliff Crist (as "In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Lillion Cross (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / Girl Patriot / Go Down To Boston Harbor / On Broadway / Stop That Dancing"), Ernie D'Amato (as "Guest / Tourist City Hall / "The Ghost Train" Performer / Son / Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'"), Shannon Dean (as "Guest / Tourist / City Hall / "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble / "In a Radio Station" Ensemble / "The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Dorothy Demolina (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / Girl Patriot / Go Down To Boston Harbor / At El Morocco / Stop That Dancing"), Dippy Diers (as "In the lobby / Before the Show / In the box / Intermission"), Norman Drew (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / British Soldier / Go Down To Boston Harbor / "This Is As Far As I Go" Singer / Uncle / Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'"), Penny Edwards (as "Guest / Tourist / City Hall / At El Morocco / Stop That Dancing / "The Ghost Train" Performer / The Hollywood Star / Sunny California"), Bruce Evans (as "Prince Vasiloff / The Russian Art Players / Guest / Tourist / City Hall / Colonel / The Russian Art Players / "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble / Judge / Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin' / "In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Tom Fletcher (as "The Ghost Train" Performer"), Betty Garrett (as "Go Down To Boston Harbor" Singer / "Stop That Dancing" Singer / "This Is As Far As I Go" Singer / "Sunny California" Singer / "The Steps of the Capitol" Singer"), Betty Gilpatrick (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer / "The Steps of the Capitol" Singer"), Virginia Gorski (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer"), Frances Henderson (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / Guest / Tourist / City Hall / In Greenwich Village / Stop That Dancing / "The Ghost Train" Performer / "In a Radio Station" Ensemble / "The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Gae Hess (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / Girl Patriot / Go Down To Boston Harbor / "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble / In Greenwich Village / Stop That Dancing / "The Ghost Train" Performer"), Penny Holt (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / In Central Park / Stop That Dancing / "The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Gretchen Houser (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / Guest / Tourist / City Hall / In Harlem / Stop That Dancing / "The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Catherine Johnson (as "Anna / The Russian Art Players"), Chic Johnson (as "Gen. Duquesne" / Go Down To Boston Harbor / Mr. Tenant / An Apartment in 1980 / "Pocatello, Idaho" Performer / "The Ghost Train" Performer / Bride / Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin' Performer / "The Piano Movers" Performer / The Sound Man / In a Radio Station"), Marjorie Johnstone (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / At El Morocco / Stop That Dancing"), Lee Joyce (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / Guest / Tourist / City Hall / In Harlem / Stop That Dancing"), Elana Keller (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / Conspirator / Go Down To Boston Harbor"), James Kovach (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer"), Sam Kramer (as "Cellist / Moments Musicals"), Mary LaRoche (as "Sonya / The Russian Art Players / "Got That Good Time Feelin'" Singer / "In a Radio Station" Ensemble / "The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Jean Lawrence (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer"), Eleanor Leaman (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / Girl Patriot / Go Down To Boston Harbor / On Broadway / Stop That Dancing / "The Ghost Train" Performer / Mother Hatfield / Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin' / "The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Kathryn Lee (as "Go Down To Boston Harbor" Dancer / "Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'" Dancer / Daughter / Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin' / The Ballerina / Got That Good Time Feelin'"), Patricia Lenn (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer"), Jennie Lewis (as "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble / "The Ghost Train" Performer / Ma McCoy / Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin' / "In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Frank Libuse (as "In the audience / Before the Show / The Conductor / Overture / Guest / Tourist / City Hall / Harpist / Moments Musicals / In the box / Intermission"), J.C. McCord (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / "Go Down To Boston Harbor" Dancer / Conspirator / Go Down To Boston Harbor / In Greenwich Village / Stop That Dancing / "This Is As Far As I Go" Singer"), Ted McGinty (as "Guest / Tourist / City Hall / "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble"), Tom McKee (as "Flutist / Moments Musicals / "The Ghost Train" Performer / "In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Lee Michel (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / In Greenwich Village / Stop That Dancing / "This Is As Far As I Go" Singer"), Jean Moorhead (as "Guest / Tourist / City Hall / Mrs. Tenant / An Apartment in 1980 / "The Ghost Train" Performer / "Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'" Singer / Child / Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin' / "In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Olive Nicolsen (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / In Greenwich Village / Stop That Dancing"), Mariane Oliphant (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / At El Morocco / Stop That Dancing"), Ole Olsen (as "Real Estate Agent / An Apartment in 1980 / "Pocatello, Idaho" Performer / "The Ghost Train" Performer / Bridegroom / Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin ' /"The Piano Movers" Performer / A Radio Announcer / In a Radio Station"), Olsen & Johnson (as "Guest / Tourist / City Hall"), Frederick Peters (as "Company Manager / overture / "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer / Conspirator / Go Down To Boston Harbor / "The Ghost Train" Performer / Neighbor / Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'"), Kenneth Petersen (as "This Is As Far As I Go" Singer / British Soldier / Go Down To Boston Harbor / In Harlem / Stop That Dancing" / "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer"), Jack Pierce (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / Guest / Tourist / City Hall / "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble / In Central Park / Stop That Dancing / "This Is As Far As I Go" Singer"), Andrew Ratousheff (as "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble / In the box / Intermission / "In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Buddy Rogers (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble / "This Is As Far As I Go" Singer"), Herbert Ross (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / British Soldier / Go Down To Boston Harbor / On Broadway / Stop That Dancing / "This Is As Far As I Go" Singer / Father / Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin' / The Suitor / Got That Good Time Feelin'"), Roy Russell (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer"), Edward Sanders (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer"), Charles Senna (as "Stage Manager / Overture / Guest / Tourist / City Hall / "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble / "The Ghost Train" Performer / Son / Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin' / "In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Otto Simanek "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer"), Allen Stewart (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer"), Doris Sward (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer / "The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Tommy Thompson (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Singer / Firing Squad / The Russian Art Players / Juvenile Star / Sunny California"), June Walker (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / Grandmother / Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin' / "The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Billy West (as "In the lobby / Before the Show / "The Ghost Train" Performer"), Susan West (as "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble / "The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Lou Wills Jr. (as "Guest / Tourist / City Hall / "Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin'" Singer"), Doris York (as "Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer / Guest / Tourist / City Hall / "The Hellzapoppin Polka" Dancer"), Bill Young (as "Guest / Tourist / City Hall / "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble / "The Ghost Train" Performer / Neighbor / Fussin', Feudin' and Fightin' / "In a Radio Station" Ensemble"), Joe Young (as "Guest / Tourist / City Hall / "An Apartment in 1980" Ensemble / "Pocatello, Idaho" Performer / "The Ghost Train" Performer / "In a Radio Station" Ensemble"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert, Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson.

(1949) Stage: Appeared (credited as Dolores Goodman; as "Reception Delegate / The Sailor's Girl / "Dancer") in "Miss Liberty: on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music / Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Book by Robert E. Sherwood (also co-producer). Musical Direction / Vocal Arrangements by Jay Blackton. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Dance arrangements by Genevieve Pitot. Piano Arrangements by Helmy Kresa. "Train" Dance Arrangement by Trude Rittman. Choreographed by Jerome Robbins. General Manager: Victor Samrock. Directed by Moss Hart. Imperial Theatre: 15 Jul 1949-8 Apr 1950 (308 performances). Cast: Eddie Albert (as "Horace Miller"), Stephanie Augustine (as "A Model" / "Singer"), Herbert Berghof (as "Bartholdi"), Lewis Bolyard (as "A Brother" / "Singer"), Forrest Bonshire (as "A Shark" / "Dancer"), Philip Bourneuf (as "Joseph Pulitzer"), William B. Calhoun (as "A Boy"), Irene Carroll (as "Singer"), Ed Chappel (as "A Lover" / "A Minister" / "Singer"), Leonard Claret (as "A Shark" / "Strong Man" / "Dancer"), David Collyer (as "A Brother" / "Singer"), Virginia Conwell (as "Acrobat" / "Reception Delegate" / "Dancer"), Trudy Deluz (as "A Model"), Charles Dingle (as "James Gordon Bennett"), Norma Doggett (as "Dancer"), Marilyn Frechette (as "A Model/A Socialite"), Ethel Griffies (as "The Countess"), Patricia Hammerlee (as "Dancer"), Fred Hearn (as "Reception Delegate" / "Dancer"), Maria Karnilova (as "The Girl" / "Ruby"), Allen Knowles (as "A Shark" / "Reception Delegate" / "Dancer"), Eric Kristen (as "The Judge"), Erik Kristen (as "The Train" / "Dancer"), Bob Kryl (as "Boy #1" / "Newsboy"), Ernest Laird (as "Boy #2" / "Newsboy"), Sid Lawson (as "Carthwright"), Mary McCarty (as "Maisie Doll"), Donald McClelland (as "The Mayor, Richard K. Fox"), Allyn Ann McLerie (as "Monique DuPont"), Joe Milan (as "Acrobat" / "The Train" / "Dancer"), Robert Pagent (as "A Shark" / Dancer"), Gloria Patrice (as "A Maid" / "Dancer"), Robert Patterson (as "An Admiral" / "A Policeman" / "Singer"), Robert Penn (as "A Gendarme" / "Singer"), Eddie Phillips (as "Acrobat" / "The Train" / "A Sailor" / "Dancer"), Tommy Rall (as "The Boy" / "Another Lamplighter" / "The Dandy"), Emile Renan (as "French Ambassador"), Johnny V.R. Thompson (as "A Lamplighter"), Evans Thornton (as "Police Captain" / "The Policeman" / "Immigration Officer" / "Singer"), Bob Tucker (as "Reception Delegate" / "Dancer"), Rowan Tudor (as "The Herald Reader"), Elizabeth Watts (as "The Mother"), Helene Whitney (as "The Lover's Girlfriend" / "An Actress" / "Singer"). Replacement actors: Bill Bradley (as "A Shark" / "Dancer"), William B. Calhoun (as "Newsboy"), Julius Capozzoli (as "Newsboy"), Irene Carroll (as "A Model"), Joy Carroll (as "A Socialite" / "Singer"), Cov Dare (as "Dancer"), Trudy DeLuz (as "Singer"), Donald Devor (as "Singer"), Martin Fréchette (as "Singer"), Estelle Gardner (as "A Model" / "Singer"), Lucy Hillary (as "Singer"), Bill Hogue (as "Singer"), Norma Kaiser (as "Dancer"), Ronald Kane (as "Newsboy"), Kazimir Kokic (as "A Shark" / "Dancer" / "Strong Man"), Eric Kristen (as "A Shark"), Norma Larkin (as "Singer"), Sid Lawson (as "Singer"), Joe Milan (as "A Shark"), Robert Patterson (as "Carthwright"), William Redfield (credited as Billy Redfield; as "Horace Miller"), Yolanda Renay (as "Singer"), Janice Rule (as "Dancer"), Sue Scott (as "Dancer"), John Sheehan (as "Singer"), Tiny Shimp (as "Dancer"), Rusty Slocum (as "Newsboy"), Kirsten Valbor (as "Dancer"). Produced by Irving Berlin, Robert E. Sherwood and Moss Hart.

(1950) Stage: Appeared in "Call Me Madam" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music / Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Musical Director / Vocal Arrangements by: Jay Blackton. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Dance arrangements by Genevieve Pitot and Jesse Meeker. Additional orchestrations by Joe Glover. Piano Arrangements by Helmy Kresa. Scenic Design / Costume Design by Raoul Pene Du Bois. Miss Merman's dresses by Mainbocher. Assistant to Mr. Du Bois: Willa Kim, Mason Arvold and Waldo Angelo. Dances / Musical Numbers Staged by Jerome Robbins. Directed by George Abbott. Imperial Theatre: 12 Oct 1950-3 May 1952 (644 performances). Cast: Ethel Merman (as "Mrs. Sally Adams"), Paul Lukas (as "Cosmo Constantine"), Rae Abruzzo (as "Singer"), Jeanne Bal (as "Secretary to Mrs. Adams" / "Singer"), Aristide Bartis (as "Singer"), Muriel Bentley (as "Principal Dancer"), Ralph W. Chambers (as "Sen. Gallagher"), Owen Coll (as "Supreme Court Justice" / "Grand Duke Otto"), William David (as "Henry Gibson" / "Court Chamberlain"), Trudy Deluz (as "Singer"), Ollie Engebretson (as "Potato Bug"), Shellie Farrell (as "Dancer"), Richard Fjellman (as "Potato Bug"), Lydia Fredericks (as "Singer"), Nina Frenkin (as "Dancer"), Nathaniel Frey (as "Singer"), Estelle Gardner (as "Singer"), William Hail (as "Butler" / "Singer"), Patricia Hammerlee (as "Dancer"), Pat Harrington Jr. (as "Congressman Wilkins"), Fred Hearn (as "Dancer"), Barbara Heath (as "Dancer"), Alan Hewitt (as "Pemberton Maxwell"), Norma Kaiser (as "Dancer" / "Principal Dancer"), Allan Knolls (as "Dancer"), E.A. Krumschmidt (as "Hugo Tantinnin"), Henry Lascoe (as "Sebastian Sebastian"), Kenneth Le Roy (as "Dancer"), Virginia Le Roy (as "Dancer"), Ralph Linn (as "Dancer"), Albert Linville (as "Singer"), Geoffrey Lumb (as "The Secretary of State"), Ruth McVayne (as "Singer"), Douglas Moppert (as "Dancer"), Russell Nype (as "Kenneth Gibson"), Lily Paget (as "A Maid" / "Singer"), Arthur Partington (as "Principal Dancer"), Noella Peloquin (as "Singer"), Robert Penn (as "Singer"), Stowe Phelps (as "Clerk"), Tommy Rall (as "Principal Dancer"), Tom Reider (as "Singer"), John Sheehan (as "Singer"), Stanley Simmonds (as "Singer"), Lilia Skala (as "Grand Duchess Sophie"), Ray Stephens (as "Singer"), Galina Talva (as "Princess Maria"), Bobby Tucker (as "Dancer"), Kirsten Valbor (as "Dancer"), Jay Velie (as "Sen. Brockbank"), William Weslow (as "Dancer"), Helene Whitney (as "Singer"). Standby: Elaine Stritch (as "Mrs. Sally Adams"). Replacement actors: Jane Carlyle (as "Singer"), Joy Carroll (as "Singer"), Crandall Diehl (as "Dancer"), Dody Goodman (credited as Dolores Goodman; as "Dancer"), Eric Kristen (as "Dancer"), Gene Myers (as "Dancer"), Robert Patterson (as "Singer"), Edward Pfeiffer (as "Dancer"), Will Scholz (as "Singer"). Standby: Nancy Andrews (as "Mrs. Sally Adams"). Understudies: Lydia Fredericks (as "Secretary to Mrs. Adams"), Robert Patterson (as "Supreme Court Justice" / "The Secretary of State"), Will Scholz (as "Hugo Tantinnin" / "Sebastian Sebastian"), Stanley Simmonds (as "Congressman Wilkins" / "Grand Duke Otto"). Produced by Leland Hayward.

(1952) Stage: Appeared (as "Dancer") in "My Darlin' Aida" on Broadway. Musical. Music by Giuseppe Verdi. Book by Charles Friedman. Based on "Aida" by Giuseppe Verdi. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek. Musical Director: Franz Allers. Production Supervisor: Hassard Short [final Broadway credit]. Scenic Design / Costume Design by Lemuel Ayers. Directed by Charles Friedman. Winter Garden Theatre: 27 Oct 1952-10 Jan 1953 (89 performances). Cast: Billie Allen (as "Rebecca" / "Maid" / "Dancer"), Paula Anderson (as "Child"), Robert Baird (as "Singer"), Gino Baldi (as "Singer"), Muriel Birckhead (as "Maggie" / "Singer"), Alonzo Bosan (as "Jason"), Denis Bradler (as "Child"), Betty Buday (as "Dancer"), Robert Busch (as "Steve" / "Singer"), Dorothy Candee (as "Singer"), Stanley Carlson (as "Mayor Brad Sourby"), Benjamin Cassidy (as "Singer"), Jane Copeland (as "Bettie" / "Singer"), Gail Culberson (as "Child"), Jack Dabdoub (as "Singer"), Nanci Darken (as "Dancer"), Calvin Dash (as "Singer" / "Handy"), Gloria Davy (as "Susie" / "Singer"), William Dillard (as "Adam Brown"), Sue Dorris (as "Bonnie" / "Singer"), Bette Dubro (as "Jessica Farrow"; Alternate/Matinees), George Fisher (as "Wheat" / "Singer"), Lola Fisher (as "Laurie" / "Singer"), John Fleming (as "Frog" / "Singer"), Ruth Anne (as "Fleming Sis" / "Singer"), Martha Flynn (as "Aggie" / "Singer"), Paul Gannon (as "Dancer"), Theresa Green (as "Choir Soloist" / "Singer"), Bettye Grifin (as "Dancer"), Jacqueline Hairston (as "Maid" / "Flower" / "Dancer"), Gordon Hamilton (as "Magician" / "Dancer"), Arthur Hammond (as "Singer"), Erona Harris (as "Dancer"), Eddie Heim (as "Dancer"), Ed Holleman (as "Dancer"), Charlotte Holloman (as "Lilly" / "Singer"), Howard Jarrett (as "Raymond Demarest"; Alternate), Ida Johnson (as "Morning Star" / "Singer"), Louis Johnson (as "Dancer"), Carol Jones (as "Onnie" / "Singer"), Walter Kelvin (as "Howie" / "Singer"), Sharyn Kenney (as "Child"), Joan Kruger (as "Dancer"), Carmelita Lanza (as "Dancer"), Elaine Malbin (as "Aida"; Alternate/Evenings), Thornton Marker (as "Hutch" / "Singer"), Fredye Marshall (as "Liz" / "Singer"), Ruth McVayne (as "Dolly" / "Singer"), Olive Moorefield (as "Lolly"), Joe Nash (as "Dancer"), Michelle Newton (as "Dancer"), Walter Nicks (as "Dancer"), William Noble (as "Singer"), Michael O'Carolan (as "Singer"), Paul Olson (as "Dancer"), William Olvis (as "Raymond Demarest") [Alternate], Charles O'Neill (as "Singer"), Robert Price (as "Singer"), Michael Roberts (as "Singer"), Dorothy Sarnoff (as "Jessica Farrow"; Alternate/Evenings), Eileen Schauler (as "Aida"; Alternate/Matinees), Kenneth Schon (as "Gen. Farrow"), Ruth Schumacher (as "Mary" / "Singer"), Frank Seabolt (as "Dancer"), Joyce Sellinger (as "Lucy" / "Singer"), William Sutherland (as "Yancey Hoyt" / "Maj. Stanhope" / "Singer"), Joanne Taylor (as "Mrs. Sourby" / "Singer"), Claude Thompson (as "Dancer"), Edgar Thompson (as "Singer"), Mary Ann Tomlinson (as "Nellie" / "Singer"), Casper Vecchione (as "Singer"), Robert Watts (as "Singer"), Edward Wellman (as "Bull" / "Singer"), William Wilderman (as "Rumford"), Lavinia Williams (as "Zeporah" / "Maid" / "Dancer"), Doris Wright (as "Dancer"), Ned Wright (as "Pork" / "Singer"), Robert Yeager (as "Singer"), Vincent Yearwood (as "Child"). Produced by Robert L. Joseph. Associate Producer: Paul Vroom.

(1953) Stage: Appeared (as "Violet" / "Greewich Villager") in "Wonderful Town" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music by Leonard Bernstein. Book by Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov. Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Based on "My Sister Eileen" by Joseph A. Fields and Jerome Chodorov. Based on stories by Ruth McKenney. Musical Director / Vocal Arrangements by Lehman Engel. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Assistants to Don Walker: Seymour Ginzler and Sid Ramin. Assistant to Lehman Engel: Bill Jonson. Dances / Musical Numbers Staged by Donald Saddler. Uncredited show doctoring by Jerome Robbins. Scenic Design / Costume Design by Raoul Pene Du Bois. Directed by George Abbott. Winter Garden Theatre: 25 Feb 1953-3 Jul 1954 (559 performances). Cast: Rosalind Russell (as "Ruth Sherwood"), Edie Adams (credited as Edith Adams; as "Eileen Sherwood"; Broadway debut), Cris Alexander (as "Frank Lippencott"), Jordan Bentley (as "Wreck"), Dort Clark (as "Chick Clark"), George Gaynes (as "Robert Baker"), Henry Lascoe (as "ppopolous"), Delbert Anderson (as "Drunk" / "Italian Waiter" / "Greenwich Villager" / "Policeman"), Ed Balin (as "Greenwich Villager"), Alvin Beam (as "Delivery Boy" / Greenwich Villager"), Marta Becket (as "Greenwich Villager"), Ted Beniades (as "Speedy Valenti"), Maxine Berke (as "Greenwich Villager"), Michele Burke (as "Helen"), Margaret Caddy (as "Greenwich Villager"), Carol Cole (as "Greenwich Villager"), Geraldine Delaney (as "Greenwich Villager"), Ray Dorian (as "Second Cadet" / "Greenwich Villager"), Jean Eliot (as "Greenwich Villager"), Nathaniel Frey (as "Strange Man" / "Italian Chef" / "Policeman"), Warren Galjour (as "Tour Guide" / "Associate Editor" / "Greenwich Villager" / "Policeman"), Edward J. Heim (as "Greenwich Villager"), Isabella Hoopes (as "Mrs. Wade"), Pat Johnson (as "Greenwich Villager"), Walter Kelvin (as "Officer Lonigan"), Robert Kole (as "Greenwich Villager" / "Policeman"), Joe Layton (as "Greenwich Villager"), Albert Linville (as "Associate Editor" / "Policeman"), David Lober (as "First Cadet" / "Greenwich Villager"), Victor Moreno (as "Greenwich Villager"), Evelyn Page (as "Greenwich Villager"), Lee Papell (as "Drunk" / "Shore Patrolman" / "Greenwich Villager" / "Policeman"), Helen Rice (as "Greenwich Villager"), Chris Robinson (as "Ruth's Escort" / "Greenwich Villager" / "Policeman"), Helena Seroy (as "Greenwich Villager"), Libi Staiger (as "Greenwich Villager"), William Weslow (as "Greenwich Villager"), Patty Wilkes (as "Greenwich Villager"), Understudies: Delbert Anderson (as "Chick Clark"), Geraldine Delaney (as "Helen"), Warren Galjour (as "Speedy Valenti"), Betty Gillette (as "Eileen Sherwood"), Joe Layton (as "Wreck"), Lee Papell (as "Appopolous"), Harold Prince (as "Frank Lippencott"), Helen Rice (as "Mrs. Wade"), Chris Robinson (as "Robert Baker"). Replacement cast: Donald Barton (as "Greenwich Villager"), Carol Channing (as "Ruth Sherwood"), Ruth Anne Fleming (as "Greenwich Villager"), Babs Heath (as "Greenwich Villager"), Diana Herbert (as "Helen"), Ray Kirchner (as "Greenwich Villager"), Hugh Lambert (as "Greenwich Villager"), Marion Lauer (as "Greenwich Villager"), Joe Layton (as "Hermit"), Paul Lyday (as "Greenwich Villager"), Mike Mason (as "Greenwich Villager" / "Policeman"), David Neuman (as "Greenwich Villager" / "Hermit"), Virginia Poe (as "Greenwich Villager"), Eva Ralf (as "Greenwich Villager"), Walter Rinner (as "Greenwich Villager"), Jean Sincere (as "Greenwich Villager"), Doris Wright (as "Greenwich Villager"). Understudies: Ruth Anne Fleming (as "Eileen Sherwood"), Pat Johnson (as "Eileen Sherwood"), Mike Mason (as "Wreck"), Jean Sincere (as "Ruth Sherwood"), Patricia Wilkes (as "Ruth Sherwood"). Produced by Robert Fryer.

(1963) Stage: Appeared (as "Elizabeth Lamb") in "A Rainy Day in Newark" on Broadway. Farce. Written by Howard Teichmann. Directed by Albert Marre. Belasco Theatre: 22 Oct 1963-26 Oct 1963 (7 performances). Cast: Tom Ahearne (as "Harry Untermeyer"), Milo Boulton (as "Milo Boulton"), Rex Everhart (as "Lionel Davis"), Ivor Francis (as "Maurice Endicott"), Gene Hackman (as "Sidney Rice"), Don Lochner (as "TV Technician"), Eddie Mayehoff (as "John T. Kodiak"), Mary McCarty (as "Brewster"), John McMartin (as "Edward L. Voorhees"), Zachary Scott (as "Henry Cotton"; final Broadway role). Understudies: Rex Everhart (as "John T. Kodiak"), John Garner (as "Edward L. Voorhees" / "Henry Cotton"), Kip McArdle (as "Brewster" / "Elizabeth Lamb") and Daniel Walker (as "Sidney Rice"). Produced by Stevens Productions Inc.

(1972) TV commercial: Campbell's Soup.

(19??). Stage: Appeared in "Miss Moffitt" in Philadelphia, PA, with Bette Davis.

(1994) Stage: Appeared in "Grease" on Broadway. Musical comedy (revival). Originally produced by Tommy Tune. Directed by Jeff Calhoun. Eugene O'Neill Theatre: 11 May 1994-25 Jan 1998 (1505 performances + 20 previews that began on 23 Apr 1994). Produced by Barry & Fran Weissler and Jujamcyn Theaters (James H. Binger: Chairman; Rocco Landesman: President. Paul Libin: Producing Director. Jack Viertel: Creative Director). Produced in association with PACE Theatrical Group Inc. and TV Asahi. Associate Producer: Alecia Parker.

(1994) Stage: Appeared in "Grease" on Broadway. Musical comedy (revival). Book / music / lyrics by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey. Musical Director / Vocal arrangements / Dance arrangements by John McDaniel. Music orchestrated by Steve Margoshes. Associate Musical Dir.: Steve Marzullo. Originally produced by Tommy Tune. Directed by Jeff Calhoun. Eugene O'Neill Theatre: 11 May 1994-25 Jan 1998 (1505 performances + 20 previews that began on 23 Apr 1994). Produced by Barry & Fran Weissler and Jujamcyn Theaters (James H. Binger: Chairman. Rocco Landesman: President. Paul Libin: Producing Director. Jack Viertel: Creative Director). Produced in association with PACE Theatrical Group Inc. and TV Asahi. Associate Producer: Alecia Parker. NOTE: Filmed as Grease (1978).

(1969) Stage: Appeared (as "Jennie") in "The Front Page" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur. Directed by Harold J. Kennedy. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 18 Oct 1969-28 Feb 1970 (158 performances + 6 previews). Cast: Val Avery (as "Diamond Louis"), Peggy Cass (as "Mollie Malloy"), Bert Convy (as "Hildy Johnson, Herald Examiner"), Helen Hayes (as "Mrs. Grant"), Conrad Janis (as "Kruger, Journal of Commerce"), John McGiver (as "The Mayor"), Robert Ryan (as "Walter Burns"), James Flavin, Harold J. Kennedy (as "Bensinger, Tribune"), Charles White, Bruce Blaine, Jack Collard, Patrick Desmond, Walter Flanagan, Joseph George, Will Gregory, Bob Larkin, Kendall March, Robert Milli, Robert Riesel, Ed Riley, Bernard West (as "Mr. Pincus"). Produced by Jay H. Fuchs, Jerry Schlossberg and Albert Zuckerman. Produced in association with Roland Mattson. Associate Producers: Bruce Diamond and Fred Menowitz.

(1971) Stage: Appeared in Phoebe Ephron's play, "My Daughter, Your Son," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, with Vivian Vance in the cast.

(1976) Stage: Appeared in in Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's play, "George Washington Slept Here," Cape Playhouse, Dennis, MA.

(1996) Stage: Appeared in Andrew Bergman's play, "Social Security," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, with Bonnie Franklin and David Hedison in the cast.

(1998) Stage: Appeared in the play, "Expectations," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, with Mary Fogarty in the cast.

(1958) Stage: Appeared in George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly's play, "Dulcy," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, with Gene Lyons in the cast.

(2000) Stage: Appeared in Mike Craver and Mark Hardwick's musical, "Radio Gals," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, with Klea Blackhurst, Mike Craver, Joy Franz, Bill Kocis, Emily Mikesell, and Guy Strobel in the cast.

(June 18 to 23, 1973) She acted in the musical, "Music Hall," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Carol Channing (Lorelei Lee); Tamara Long; Peter Palmer; Lee Roy Reams; Brandon Maggart; Brooks Morton; Jack Fletcher; Jean Bruno; Robert "Bob" Fitch; Ian Tucker; and John Mineo in the cast. Jule Styne composed the music. Betty Comden and Adolph Green wrote the lyrics. Kenny Solms and Gail Parent wrote the new book based on the original book by Anita Loos.

(1968) She acted in Woody Allen's play, "Don't Drink The Water," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Sam Levene, Gary Krawford and Don Draper in the cast. Ross Bowman was director.


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