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(1999) Stage: Appeared in Broadway revival of Noel Coward's "Waiting in the Wings" with Lauren Bacall and Dana Ivey.

(1966) Stage: Appeared (as "Eleanor of Aquitane" in the original Broadway production of "The Lion in Winter".

(1955) Stage: Appeared (as "Calpurnia") in "Julius Caesar" by William Shakespeare, directed by Michael Benthall, at the Old Vic Theatre, London, England.

(1996) Stage: Appeared in "A Delicate Balance" on Broadway/ NOTE: She was nominated for a Tony Award.

(1985) Stage: Appeared (as "Judith Bliss") in "Hay Fever" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by Noel Coward. "No, My Heart" by John Kander and Fred Ebb. Directed by Brian Murray. Music Box Theatre: 12 Dec 1985-29 Mar 1986 (124 performances + 16 previews that began on 29 Nov 1985). Cast: Roy Dotrice (as "David Bliss"), Barbara Bryne (as "Clara"), Mia Dillon (as "Sorel Bliss"), Robert Joy (as "Simon Bliss"), Charles Kimbrough (as "Richard Greatham"), Deborah Rush (as "Jackie Coryton"), Campbell Scott (as "Sandy Tyrell"), Carolyn Seymour (as "Myra Arundel"). Produced by Roger Peters. Produced in association with MBS Company (owned by Mona Berwald Schlachter). Associate Producer: Robert Kamlot and Richard Berg. NOTE: (1) Theatre owned and operated by Irving Berlin [who had no direct involvement in this production] and The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman. Bernard B. Jacobs: President). (2) Ms. Harris was nominated for a Tony Award.

(1985) Stage: Starred in "Pack of Lies" on Broadway. NOTE: She was nominated for a Tony Award.

(1984) Stage: Starred in "Heartbreak House" on Broadway. NOTE: She was nominated for a Tony Award.

(1975) Stage: Appeared in "The Royal Family" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Directed by Ellis Rabb. Helen Hayes Theatre: 30 Dec 1975-18 Jul 1976 (233 performances). Cast: George Grizzard (as "Tony Cavandish"), Eva Le Gallienne (as "Fanny"), Sam Levene (as "Oscar Wolfe"), Joseph Maher, Mary Louise Wilson, Donald Barton, Forrest Buckman, James C. Burge, Mark Fleischman, Mary Layne, Rosetta LeNoire, Miller Lide, Sherman Lloyd, Eleanor Phelps, John Remme (as "Jo"). Produced by Barry M. Brown, Burry Fredrik, Fritz Holt and Sally Sears. Produced for the Kennedy Center and Xerox Corp. by Roger L. Stevens and Richmond Crinkley. Produced in association with The McCarter Theatre Co. and Brooklyn Academy of Music. NOTE: Filmed as The Royal Family (1977) (TV).

(1972) Stage: Starred in "Old Times" on Broadway. NOTE: SHe was nominated for a Tony Award.

(????) Stage: Starred in "A Streetcar Named Desire" at Lincoln Center, New York.

(1/08) Stage: Starred in the one-woman show "Oscar and the Pink Lady" at George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, NJ.

(1981) Stage: Appeared in Arthur Miller's play, "All My Sons", at Wyndham's Theatre in London, England, with Colin Blakely in the cast.

(1991) Stage: Appeared (as "Grandma Kurnitz"; replacement) in "Lost in Yonkers". Comedy. Written by Neil Simon. Directed by Gene Saks. Richard Rodgers Theatre: 21 Feb 1991-3 Jan 1993 (780 performances + 11 previews that began on 12 Feb 1991). Cast: Mercedes Ruehl (as "Bella"), Kevin Spacey (as "Louie"), Irene Worth (as "Grandma Kurnitz"), Mark Blum (as "Eddie"), Danny Gerard (as "Arty"), Lauren Klein (as "Gert"), James Marsh (as "Jay"). Standbys: Leslie Ayvazian (as "Gert"), Irene Dailey (as "Grandma Kurnitz"), Mike Damus (as "Arty"), David Neipris (as "Jay"). Understudies: David Chandler (as "Eddie" / "Louie"), Didi Conn (as "Bella" / "Gert"), Pauline Flanagan (as "Grandma Kurnitz"), David Neipris (as "Jay"), Justin Strock (as "Arty"). Replacement cast: Lucie Arnaz (as "Bella"), David S. Chandler (as "Eddie"), Didi Conn (as "Bella"), Benny Grant (as "Arty"), Jane Hoffman (as "Grandma Kurnitz"), Anne Jackson (as "Grandma Kurnitz"), Timothy Jerome (as "Eddie"), Jane Kaczmarek (as "Bella"), Bruno Kirby (as "Louie"), Brian Markinson (as "Louie"), Mercedes McCambridge (as "Grandma Kurnitz"), Alan Rosenberg (as "Louie"), Isa Thomas (as "Grandma Kurnitz"), Steve Vinovich (as "Eddie"). Produced by Emanuel Azenberg. NOTE: Filmed as Lost in Yonkers (1993).

(1992) Stage: Appeared in Neil Simon's play, "Lost in Yonkers", at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford, Surrey, and the Strand Theatre in London, England, with Maureen Lipman, Rolf Saxon and Ron Berglas in the cast. David Taylor was the director.

(1953) Stage: Appeared in George Axelrod's play, "The Seven Year Itch", at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England, with Alexander Gauge, Brian Reece, David Godfrey, Margot Stevenson, Jill Melford and Toni Frost in the cast.

(1959) She acted in Tennessee Williams' play, "I Rise in Flame, Cried the Phoenix", at the ANTA Assembly Theatre in London, England with Alfred Ryder and Viveca Lindfors in the cast.

The Lion in Winter (1966). Written by James Goldman. Incidental music by Thomas Wagner. Directed by Noel Willman. Ambassador Theatre: 3 Mar 1966- 21 May 1966 (92 performance + 2 previews that began on 2 Mar 1966). Cast: Rosemary Harris (as "Eleanor, Henry's wife"), Robert Preston (as "Henry II, King of England"), Dennis Cooney (as "Geoffrey, the middle son"), Suzanne Grossman (as "Alais, a French princess") [Broadway debut], James Rado (as "Richard Lionheart, the oldest son"), Bruce Scott (as "John, the youngest son"), Christopher Walken (as "Philip, King of France"). Standbys: Ludi Claire (as "Eleanor"), Bruce Glover (as "Henry II"). Understudies: Bruce Glover (as "Richard Lionheart"), Ty McConnell (as "Geoffrey/John/Philip"), Leslie Vega (as "Alais"). Produced by Eugene V. Wolsk, Walter Hyman, Alan King and Emanuel Azenberg. Notes (1): Ms. Harris won the 1966 Tony Award® Best Actress in a Play. (2) Filmed as The Lion in Winter (1968).

(August 1955-September 1955) She acted in the Old Vic Company production of William Shakespeare's play, "Julius Caesar," at the Royal Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh, Scotland with John Neville (Marc Anthony), Paul Rogers (Brutus) John Woodvine, Charles Gray, Clifford Williams, Gerald Cross (Caesar), Richard Wordsworth (Cassius), John Wood (Decius Brutus), Wendy Hiller (Portia), Margaret Courtenay and Annette Crosbie in the cast. Michael Benthall was director.

(1955-1956) She acted in the Old Vic Theatre season at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with John Neville, Paul Rogers, Richard Burton, Wendy Hiller, Coral Browne, Charles Gray, Margaret Rawlings, Zena Walker, Richard Wordsworth, Claire Bloom, and Gerald Cross in the cast. Michael Benthall was director.

(1955-1956) She acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Othello," at the Old Vic Theatre with John Neville (Othello/Iago), Richard Burton (Othello/Iago), and Wendy Hiller in the cast. Michael Benthall was director.

(1955-1956) She acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Troilus and Cressida", at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Paul Rogers, John Neville, Wendy Hiller and Charles Gray in the cast. Tyrone Guthrie was the director.

(1955-1956) She acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Julius Caesar", at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Paul Rogers, John Neville and Richard Wordsworth in the cast. Michael Benthall was the director.

(July 9, 1963) She acted in John Ford's play, "The Broken Heart", at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, Sussex, England with Laurence Olivier, Robert Lang, John Neville, Joan Greenwood, Keith Michell, Peter Woodthorpe, Fay Compton and Alan Howard in the cast. Laurence Olivier was the director. Roger Furse was the designer.

(July 3, 1963) She acted in John Fletcher's play, "The Chances", in the first performance of the first season at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, Sussex, England with Kathleen Harrison, Robert Lang, Keith Michell, John Neville and Joan Plowright in the cast. Laurence Olivier was the director. Malcolm Pride was the designer.

(1963) She acted in Anton Chekhov's play, "Uncle Vanya", in a Chichester Festival Theatre production at the National Theatre at Chichester in Chichester, Sussex, England with Laurence Olivier, Michael Redgrave, Joan Plowright, Lewis Casson, Sybil Thorndike, Max Adrian, Fay Compton and Robert Lang in the cast. Laurence Olivier was the director.

(1991) She acted in Arthur Wing Pinero's play, "Preserving Mr. Panmure", in a Chichester Festival Production at the Chichcester Festival Theatre in Chichester, West Sussex, England with Alec McCowen, Julia Foster, Abigail McKern, Edward Duke, Roger Moss, Benjamin Whitrow and Neil Daglish in the cast. Peter Wood was the director.

(1991) She played Martha Brewster in Joseph Kesselring's "Arsenic and Old Lace" in a Chichester Festival Production at the Chichcester Festival Theatre in Chichester, West Sussex, England with Elizabeth Spriggs, Peter Davison, Geoffrey Freshwater, Bernard Breslaw, Allan Corduner, and Harry Towb in the cast. Annie Castledine was director.

(1988) She acted in Hugh Whitemore's play, "The Best of Friends", at the Apollo Theatre in London, England with John Gielgud (his last stage play) and Ray McAnally in the cast. James Roose-Evans was the director.

(1983) She acted in George Bernard Shaw's play, "Heartbreak House", at Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Rex Harrison, Diana Rigg and Simon Ward in the cast. John Dexter was the director.

(October 22,1963) She played Ophelia in the opening performance of William Shakespeare's "Hamlet" in the inaugural National Theatre Production at Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Peter O'Toole, Michael Redgrave, Diana Wynyard, Robert Stephens, Max Adrian, Anthony Nicholls, Derek Jacobi, Robert Lang, John Stride, Colin Blakely, Frank Finlay, Michael Gambon, Lynn Redgrave, and Louise Purcell in the cast. Laurence Olivier was director.

(November 19,1963) She acted in Anton Chekhov's play, "Uncle Vanya," in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Laurence Olivier, Michael Redgrave, Max Adrian, and Joan Plowright in the cast. Laurence Olivier was also director. Sean Kenny was designer.

(February 1963-March 1964) She acted in George Bernard Shaw's play, "Saint Joan;" Harold Brighouse's play, "Hobson's Choice;" play, "Andorra;" George Farquhar's play, "The Recruiting Officer;" and Anton Chekhov's play, "Uncle Vanya;" in a National Theatre Company Repertoire production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Max Adrian, Colin Blakely, Tom Courtenay, Cyril Cusack, Frank Finlay, Jeanne Hepple, Derek Jacobi, Robert Lang, Mary Miller, Anthony Nicholls, Laurence Olivier, Joan Plowright, Michael Redgrave, Lynn Redgrave, Maggie Smith, Robert Stephens, John Stride, and Diana Wynyard in the cast.

(1986) She acted in Brian Clark's play, "The Petition", in a British National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with John Mills in the cast. Peter Hall was the director.

(1981) She acted in Arthur Miller's play, "All My Sons", at the Wyndham's Theatre in London, England with Colin Blakely in the cast.

(March 1982) She acted in Arthur Miller's play, "All My Sons", at the Wyndham's Theatre in London, England with Colin Blakely, Ken Drury, Garrick Hagon and Jill Baker in the cast. Michael Blakemore was the director.

(1989) She acted in Robert Harling's play, "Steel Magnolias," at the Lyric Theatre in London, England with Jean Boht, Maggie Steed, Stephanie Cole, Janine Duvitski, and Joely Richardson in the cast. Julia McKenzie was director.

(1966). Stage Play: Right You Are If You Think You Are (Revival/production played in repertory with War and Peace, The School for Scandal, We, Comrades Three, The Wild Duck, You Can't Take It With You). Written by Luigi Pirandello. Incidental music by Conrad Susa. Scenic Design by James Tilton. Directed by Stephen Porter. Lyceum Theatre: 22 Nov 1966- Dec 1966 (closing date unknown/42 performances). Cast: Esther Benson (as "Signora Sirelli [Alternate]/Signora Agazzi [Alternate]/Signora Ponza" [Alternate]), Joseph Bird (as "Centuri/Agazzi" [Alternate]), Dan Bly (as "Governor" [Alternate]), Olivia Cole (as "Dina [Alternate]/Signora Ponza" [Alternate]), Patricia Conolly (as "Signora Sirelli"), Signora Ponza [Alternate]), Clayton Corzatte (as "Laudisi" [Alternate]), Keene Curtis (as "Sirelli"), Anita Dangler (as "Signora Nenni/Signora Cini" [Alternate]), Will Geer (as "Governor" [Alternate]) [final Broadway role], Gordon Gould (as "Governor/Ponza [Alternate]/Butler" [Alternate]), James Greene (as "Butler/Centuri" [Alternate]), Jennifer Harmon (as "Dina"), Rosemary Harris (as "Signora Ponza" [Alternate]), Helen Hayes (as "Signora Frola"), Nicholas Martin (as "Butler" [Alternate]), Betty Miller (as "Signora Cini/Signora Frola" [Alternate]), Donald Moffat (as "Laudisi"), George Pentecost (as "Sirelli" [Alternate]), Christina Pickles (as "Signora Nenni" [Alternate]), Ellis Rabb (as "Governor" [Alternate]), Dee Victor (as "Signora Agazzi"), Sydney Walker (as "Ponza"), Richard Woods (as "Agazzi"). Produced by APA-Phoenix Repertory Company.

(1966). Stage Play: The School for Scandal. Comedy (revival/played in repertory with War and Peace, Right You Are If You Think You Are, We, Comrades Three, The Wild Duck, You Can't Take It With You). Written by Richard B. Sheridan. Scenic Design by James Tilton. Directed by Ellis Rabb. Lyceum Theatre: 21 Nov 1966- Jan 1967 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Esther Benson (as "Lady Sneerwell" [Alternate]), Joseph Bird (as "Rowley/Sir Oliver Surface" [Alternate]), Dan Bly (as "Numps/Careless" [Alternate]), Olivia Cole (as "Sip/Lisp [Alternate]/Maria" [Alternate]), Patricia Conolly (as "Lady Teazle" [Alternate]), Clayton Corzatte (as "Charles Surface"), Keene Curtis (as "Sir Oliver Surface"), Anita Dangler (as "Mrs. Candour" [Alternate]), Alan Fudge (as "Nod/Trip" [Alternate]) [Broadway debut], Will Geer (as "Sir Peter Teazle" [Alternate]), Gordon Gould (as "Mr. Crabtree [Alternate]/Rowley" [Alternate]), James Greene (as "Snake"), Jennifer Harmon (as "Maria"), Rosemary Harris (as "Lady Teazle" [Epilogue]), Helen Hayes (as "Mrs. Candour"), Nikos Kafkalis (as "Nip"), Michael Alan (as "MacDonald Slap"), Nicholas Martin (as "Sir Benjamin Backbite"), Betty Miller (as "Maria" [Alternate]), Donald Moffat (as "Joseph Surface" [Alternate]), George Pentecost (as "Careless/Sir Benjamin Backbite" [Alternate]), Stephen Peters (as "Trip/William" [Alternate]), Christina Pickles [credited as Christine Pickles] (as "Lady Sneerwell [Alternate]/Mrs. Candour" [Alternate], Ellis Rabb (as "Joseph Surface"), Nat Simmons (as "Nap), Marco St. John (as "Charles Surface" [Alternate]), James Storm (as "Slip"), Joel Stuart (as "William/Snake" [Alternate]), Dee Victor (as "Lady Sneerwell"), Sydney Walker (as "Sir Peter Teazle"), Paulette Waters (as "Lisp"), Richard Woods (as "Mr. Crabtree"). Replacement actor: Anne Francine (as "Mrs. Candour") [late in production run]. Produced by APA-Phoenix Repertory Company.

(1966). Stage Play: We, Comrades Three (Revival/production played in repertory with War and Peace, The School for Scandal, Right You Are If You Think You Are, The Wild Duck, You Can't Take It With You). Written by Richard Baldridge. From works by Walt Whitman. Scenic Design by James Tilton. Directed by Ellis Rabb and Hal George. Lyceum Theatre: 22 Nov 1966- Dec 1966 (closing date unknown/42 performances). Cast: Esther Benson (as "Mother" [Alternate]), Dan Bly (as "Walt Whitman" [Alternate]), Olivia Cole (as "Young Woman" [Alternate]), Patricia Conolly (as "Young Woman"), Clayton Corzatte, (as "Young Walt" [Alternate]), Alan Fudge (as "Walt" [Alternate]), Will Geer (as "Walt Whitman"), Jennifer Harmon (as "Young Woman" [Alternate]), Rosemary Harris (as "Young Woman" [Alternate]), Helen Hayes (as "Mother"), Marco St. John (as "Young Walt"), 'Sydney Walker (as "Walt"). Produced by APA-Phoenix Repertory Company.

(1965). Stage Play: You Can't Take It With You. Comedy/farce (revival). Written by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Scenic Design by James Tilton. Directed by Ellis Rabb. Lyceum Theatre: 23 Nov 1965- 18 Jun 1966 (239 performances + 5 previews that began on 18 Nov 1965). Cast: Claribel Baird (as "Olga"), Joseph Bird (as "Mr. DePinna"), Patricia Conolly (as "Gay Wellington"), Clayton Corzatte (as "Tony Kirby") [Broadway debut], Keene Curtis (as "Boris Kolenkhov"), Chuck Daniel (as "G-Man"), Gordon Gould (as "Ed Carmichael"), James Greene (as "Wilbur C. Henderson"), Jennifer Harmon (as "Essie"), Rosemary Harris (as "Alice Sycamore"), Betty Miller (as "Mrs. Kirby"), Donald Moffat (as "Martin Vanderhof, Grandpa"), Robert Moss (as "G-Man"), George Pentecost (as "G-Man"), Nat Simmons (as "Donald"), Dee Victor (as "Penelope Sycamore"), Sydney Walker (as "Paul Sycamore"), Paulette Waters (as "Rheba"), Richard Woods (as "Mr. Kirby"). Understudies: Joseph Bird (as "Martin Vanderhof"), Patricia Conolly (as "Essie/Olga"), Chuck Daniel (as "Donald/Wilbur C. Henderson"), Sean Gillespie (as "G-Man"), Gordon Gould (as "Mr. Kirby"), James Greene (as "Mr. DePinna/Paul Sycamore"), Jennifer Harmon (as "Alice Sycamore"), Cavada Humphrey (as "Mrs. Kirby/Penelope Sycamore"), George Pentecost (as "Ed Carmichael/Tony Kirby/Wilbur C. Henderson") and Mira Waters (as "Gay Wellington/Rheba"). Replacement actors: Herb Davis (as "G-Man"), Anne Francine (as "Olga"), Cavada Humphrey (as "Olga"), Kathleen Widdoes (as "Alice Sycamore") [from 10 Jan 1966- ?]. Understudies: Patricia Conolly (as "Alice Sycamore"), Anita Dangler (as "Gay Wellington/Mrs. Kirby/Olga/Penelope Sycamore"), Herb Davis (as "Donald/Wilbur C. Henderson"). Produced by The Phoenix Theatre (T. Edward Hambleton: Co-Founder and Managing Director. Norris Houghton: Co-Founder).

(1991) She acted in Neil Simon's play, "Lost in Yonkers," at the Richard Rodgers Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Bruno Kirby and Jane Kaczmarek in the cast. Gene Saks was director.

(1992) She acted in Neil Simon's play, "Lost In Yonkers," at the Strand Theatre in London, England with Maureen Lipman, Rolf Saxon, and Ron Berglas in the cast. David Taylor was director.

(1992) She acted in Neil Simon's play, "Lost in Yonkers," at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford, Surrey, England with Maureen Lipman, Rolf Saxon, and Ron Berglas in the cast. David Taylor was director.

(1993) She acted in the play, "In The Summer House," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Roland Curran in the cast.


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