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  • (1973- ). Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1974) Stage Play: Rachael Lily Rosenbloom and Don't You Ever Forget It. Comedy (revival).
  • (1976) Stage Play: Threepenny Opera. Musical/drama (revival). Note: Ms. Greene received a nomination for the 1977 Tony Award® Best Featured Actress in a Musical Threepenny Opera.
  • (1982) Stage Play: The Little Prince and the Aviator. Musical. Based on "The Little Prince" by Antoine De Saint-Exupery. Book by Hugh Wheeler. Music by John Barry. Lyrics by Don Black. Vocal arrangements by David Friedman. Musical Director: David Friedman. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Dance arrangements by Grant Sturiale. Directed by Jerry Adler. Alvin Theatre: 17 Jan 1982 (Never officially opened/16 previews that began on 26 Dec 1982). Cast: Michael York (as "Toni"), Anthony Rapp (as "Little Prince"), Brooks Almy (as "Lotus Club Girl/Nurse"), Kenneth D. Ard (as "Pilot/The Vulture"), Larry G. Bailey (as "Pilot/Drunkard"), Edward Conery (as "Businessman"), Joe DeGunther (as "Cactus"), Mark Dovey (as "Pilot/Morse Code Operator/Lamplighter"), Janet Eilber (as "Rose"), Jennifer Fetten (as "Suzanne as a Child"), Chip Garnett (as "Snake/Cap Juby Pilot # 3"), Lynn Gendron (as "Lotus Club Girl"), Alan Gilbert (as "Pilot/Cap Juby Pilot # 2/King"), Lee Gordon (as "Ahmed/Georges as a Child"), Ellen Greene (as "Suzanne/The Little Rose"), Robert Hoshour (as "Pilot/Cap Juby Pilot # 1/Conceited Man"), Robin Kensey (as "Lotus Club Girl"), Diana Laurenson (as "Lotus Club Girl"), Fred C. Mann III (as "Pilot"), David Purdham (as "Georges/Fennec"). Swings: Tori Brenno (as "Swing") and James Boyd Parker (as "Swing"). Understudies: Brooks Almy (as "Suzanne"), Tori Brenno (as "Rose"), Edward Conery (as "Georges/Toni") and Jonathan Ward (as "Georges as a Child/Little Prince"). Produced by A. Joseph Tandet and Little Prince Productions Ltd. (A. Joseph Tandet, President. Jule Foster, Vice-President).
  • (1993) Stage Play: Three Men on a Horse. Comedy. Written by George Abbott and John Cecil Holm. Musical Director: John Kander. Scenic Design by Marjorie Bradley Kellogg. Directed by John Tillinger. Lyceum Theatre: 13 Apr 1993- 16 May 1993 (39 performances + 24 previews that began on 23 Mar 1993). Cast: Leslie Anderson (as "Gloria"), John Beal (as "The Tailor"), Danny Burstein (as "Delivery Boy"), Helmar Augustus Cooper (as "Moses"), Joey Faye (as "Harry"), John Franklyn-Robbins (as "Mr. Carver"), David Geist (as "Gus, the Piano Player"), Ellen Greene (as "Mabel"), Julie Hagerty (as "Audrey Trowbridge"), Heather Harlan (as "Hotel Maid"), Dave Johnson (as "Racetrack Announcer"), Jack Klugman (as "Patsy"), Zane Lasky (as "Frankie"), Nora Mae Lyng (as "Sylvia, the Chanteuse"), Tony Randall (as "Erwin Trowbridge"), Jerry Stiller (as "Charlie"), Michael Stuhlbarg (as "Al/Radio Announcer"), Ralph Williams (as "Clarence Dobbins"). Understudies: Andrew Bloch (as "Charlie/Harry, Patsy"), Danny Burstein (as "Al/The Tailor"), Edmund C. Davys (as "Clarence Dobbins/Erwin Trowbridge/Mr. Carver"), Rand Mitchell (as "Moses/The Tailor"), Margery Murray (as "Audrey Trowbridge/Mabel") and Michael Stuhlbarg (as "Delivery Boy/Frankie"). Produced by National Actors Theatre (Tony Randall, Founder and Artistic Advisor. Michael Langham, Artistic Advisor).

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