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(March 29, 1966) Began performing in 'It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman' by Charles Strouse and Lee Adams, it ran for 129 performances.

'The Mad Show' by Mary Rodgers and others, 1/9/66 (871 perfs)

(May 19, 1999 to June 13, 1999) Stage Play: "Stories, " by Donald Margulies.

Boadway shows include "Broadway Bound", "The Diary of Anne Frank" (Mrs. van Daan), "The Tale of the Allergists Wife" (June 2001). Received Tony nominations for all three and won for "Broadway Bound"

Nominated for a 2001 Tony for her performance on Broadway in "The Tale of the Allergist's Wife."

(April 2002) Portrayed Nanny in "Hollywood Arms," a play by Carrie Hamilton and Carol Burnett at the Goodman Theater, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

(Nov. 2004) Starring as Flora Fassinger in Arthur Miller's play, "Finishing The Picture" in Chicago, alongside cast members Stacy Keach, Matthew Modine, Scott Glenn, Frances Fisher, Harris Yulin, Stephen Lang, and Heather Prete.

(October 2002 - January 2003) Starred as Nanny in the Carrie Hamilton and Carol Burnett play "Hollywood Arms" at the Cort Theatre, Broadway, New York, New York.

(1973) "The Enemy Is Dead," written by Don Petersen. Directed by Arthur Sherman. Bijou Theatre, opened January 14, 1973 (1 performance + 6 previews beginning January 5, 1973). Cast: Linda Lavin (as "Leah"), Addison Powell (as "Mr. Wolfe"), Arthur Storch (as "Emmett"). Produced by Lee Schumer and Morton Wolkowitz.

(1969). Stage Play: Last of the Red Hot Lovers. Comedy. Written by Neil Simon. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Costume Design by Donald Brooks. Lighting Design by Peggy Clark. Hair Design by Joe Tubens. Hair Stylist: Michael Chianese. Assistant to Mr. Smith: David Guthrie. Assistant to Mr. Brooks: Connie Wexler. Directed by Robert Moore. Eugene O'Neill Theatre: 28 Dec 1969- 4 Sep 1971 (706 performances + 6 previews). Cast: James Coco (as "Barney Cashman"), Linda Lavin (as "Elaine Navazio"), Doris Roberts (as "Jeanette Fisher"), Marcia Rodd (as "Bobbi Michele"). Standbys: Doris Belack (as "Elaine Navazio"), Elizabeth Farley (as "Bobbi Michele"), Tom Lacy (as "Barney Cashman"), Stella Longo (as "Jeanette Fisher"). Replacement actors: Cathryn Damon (as "Elaine Navazio"), Dom DeLuise (as "Barney Cashman"), Larry Haines [During Mr. Coco's vacation] (as "Barney Cashman"), Rita Moreno (as "Elaine Navazio") [from 27 Jul 1970- ?], Carol Richards (as "Bobbi Michele"), Barbara Sharma (as "Bobbi Michele"). Standbys: Rita Gardner (as "Elaine Navazio"), Carol Richards (as "Bobbi Michele"). Produced by Arnold Saint Subber. Notes: (1) Eugene O'Neill Theatre was at the time owned by Neil Simon (as Nancy Enterprises Inc.). (2) Filmed by Paramount Pictures as Last of the Red Hot Lovers (1972).

(1986). Stage Play: Broadway Bound. Comedy. Written by Neil Simon. Assistant Director: Bill Molloy. Directed by Gene Saks. Broadhurst Theatre: 4 Dec 1986- 25 Sep 1988 (756 performances + 12 previews that began on 25 Nov 1986). Cast: Linda Lavin (as "Kate"), Jonathan Silverman (as "Eugene"), Jason Alexander (as "Stanley"), Phyllis Newman (as "Blanche"), John Randolph (as "Ben"), Philip Sterling (as "Jack"), Marilyn Cooper (as "Mrs. Pitkin/Radio Voice"), MacIntyre Dixon (as "Chubby Waters/Radio Voice"), Ed Herlihy (as "Announcer/Radio Voice"). Standbys: Peter Birkenhead (as "Eugene/Stanley"), Carol Locatell (as "Blanche/Kate"), Alan Manson (as "Ben/Jack"). Replacement actors during production run: Peter Birkenhead (as "Stanley"), Elizabeth Franz (as "Kate"), Evan Handler (as "Eugene"), Dick Latessa (as "Jack"), Carol Locatell (as "Blanche"), Karen Ludwig (as "Blanche"), Alan Manson (as "Ben"), Mark Nelson (as "Stanley"), Adam Philipson (as "Eugene"), Joan Rivers (as "Kate"). Understudy: Jim Bracchitta. Produced by Emanuel Azenberg. Note: Filmed as Broadway Bound (1992) (TV).

(1969). Stage Play: Cop-Out. Comedy [show consisted of 2 one-act shows: Home Fires and Cop Out]. Both shows written by John Guare. [Cop Out] Original Songs by John Guare. Music arranged by Margaret Singer. Lighting Design by John Gleason. Scenic Design and Costume Design by Fred Voelpel. [Both shows] Directed by Melvin Bernhardt. Cort Theatre: 7 Apr 1969- 12 Apr 1969 (8 performances + 12 previews). Home Fires: Cast: George Bartenieff (as "Mr. Catchpole"), MacIntyre Dixon (as "Peter Smith"), Charles Kimbrough (as "Rudy Smythe"), Carrie Nye (as "Margaret Ross-Hughes"), April Shawhan (as "Nell Schmidt"). Understudy: Eugene Stuckmann (as "Mr. Catchpole/Peter Smith"). Cop Out: Cast: Linda Lavin, Ron Leibman. Understudies: Barbara Gilbert, Charles Kimbrough. Produced by Norman Twain, in association with Albert I. Fill.


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