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Active on Broadway in the following productions:

Compulsion (1957). Drama. Dramatization (Producer's Version) by: Meyer Levin. Original Music by Cy Coleman. Musical Director: Cy Coleman. Scenic Design by Peter Larkin. Costume Design by John Boxer. Lighting Design by Charles Elson. Directed by Alex Segal. Ambassador Theatre: 24 Oct 1957- 22 Feb 1958 (140 performances). Cast: Roddy McDowall (as "Artie Straus"), Dean Stockwell (as "Judd Steiner [1924]"), Howard Da Silva (as "Horn, The Prosecuting Attorney"), Ben Astar (as "Charles Kessler/Dr. Allman"), Ina Balin (as "Ruth Goldenberg"), Helen Baron (as "Sandra Mannheimer"), Julian Barry (as "Willie Weiss"), James Bender (as "Tom Daly, A Reporter"), Joseph Beruh (as "A Prison Guard/A Drugstore Clerk/A Waiter/Danny Mines, A Reporter"), Michael Constantine (as "Al, Owner of a Speakeasy/Jonathan Wilk, The Defense Attorney"), Joan Croydon (as "Mrs. Straus "), Edward Cullen (as "Judge Matthewson"), Roger De Koven (as "Ferdinand Feldscher "), Reynolds Evans (as "Dr. Stauffer"), Chris Gampel (as "Judd Steiner [today]/Emil, The Steiners' Chauffeur"), Stefan Gierasch (as "Max Steiner"), Gerald Gordon (as "Sid Silver [today]/Sid Silver [1924]), Mark Gordon (as "A Bartender/Prison Guard"), Lloyd Gough (as "Dr. McNarry"), Michael Gough (as "Dr. Ball"), James Greene (as "Mr. Farmer/Dr. Vincenti"), Ted Gunther (as "Swasey, A Detective"), Earl Hammond (as "James Straus"), Muriel Higgins (as "First Girl"), Bernard Lenrow (as "Judah Steiner Jr."), Barbara Loden (as "Myra Seligman") [Broadway debut], John Marley (as "Mike Prager/Another Reporter"), Barbara Miners (as "Third Girl"), Gina Petrushka (as "Elsie Kessler"), Suzanne Pleshette (as "Fourth Girl"), James Ray (as "Lyman/A Third Reporter/Raphael Goetz"), Dorothy Raymond (as "A Medium/Aunt Bertha"), Patricia Roe (as "A Girl on the Telephone/Second Girl"), Luchino Solito de Solis (as "Billy Straus"), Paul Stevens (as "Padua, Assistant to the Prosecutor"), D.J. Sullivan (as "Milt Lewis"), Elliot Sullivan (as "McNamara, A Detective"), Maybelle Wright (as "Peg Sweet/A Newspaper Woman"), Ben Yaffee (as "Oliver Steger"). Produced by Michael Myerberg. Produced in association with Len S. Gruenberg. Note: This was a thinly veiled dramatization of the infamous Leopold-Leob murder. Filmed as Compulsion (1959).

Look After Lulu (1959). Comedy. Written by Noël Coward. Based on "Occupe-toi d'Amelie" by Georges Feydeau. Scenic Design by Cecil Beaton. Costume Design by Cecil Beaton. Lighting Design by Raymond Sovey. Hair Design by Ernest Adler. Directed by Cyril Ritchard. Henry Miller's Theatre: 3 Mar 1959- 4 Apr 1959 (39 performances). Cast: John Alderman (as "Cornette"), George Baker (as "Philippe de Croze"), Bill Berger (as "Emile"), Philippa Bevans (as "Aunt Gabrielle"), Eric Christmas (as "Gigot"), Ina Beth Cummins (as "Little Girl"), David Faulkner (as "Florist Boy"), Grace Gaynor (as "Paulette"), Jack Gilford (as "Herr Van Putzeboum"), William Griffis (as "Photographer"), Tammy Grimes (as "Lulu d'Arville"), Rory Harrity (as "Bomba"), Craig Huebing (as "Valery"), David Hurst (as "Inspector of the Police"), Kurt Kasznar (as "Prince of Salestria"), Barbara Loden (as "Gaby"), Arthur Malet (as "Mayor of the District"), Roddy McDowall (as "Marcel Blanchard"), Earl Montgomery (as "Oudatte"), Ellis Rabb (as "General Koschnadieff"), Reva Rose (as "Rose"), Polly Rowles (as "Claire"), Paul Smith (as "Adonis"), David Thurman (as "Florist Boy"), Sasha von Scherler (as "Yvonne"). Produced by The Playwright's Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Sidney Howard), Gilbert Miller, Lance Hamilton and Charles Russell.

The Long Dream (1960). Written by Ketti Frings. Based on the novel by Richard Wright. Incidental music by Pembroke Davenport. Scenic Design by Zvi Geyra. Costume Design by Ruth Morley. Lighting Design by Tharon Musser. Directed by Lloyd Richards. Ambassador Theatre: 17 Feb 1960- 20 Feb 1960 (5 performances). Cast: R.G. Armstrong (as "Chief of Police Gerald Canley"), Isabelle Cooley (as "Gladys"), Jeannette DuBois (as "Citizen of Clintonville"), Al Freeman Jr. (as "Rex (Fishbelly) Tucker"), John Garth III (as "Rev. Ragland"), Stanley Greene (as "Doc Bruce"), Marshall Hill (as "Citizen of Clintonville"), Clifton James (as "Clem"), Gertrude Jeannette (as "Emma Tucker"), James Jeter (as "Phil"), Barbara Loden (as "White Girl"), Mary Louise (as "Citizen of Clintonville"), Helen Martin (as "Maude Carter"), Walter Mason (as "Jim Bowers"), Charles McDaniel (as "Lt. Harvey"), Leonard Parker (as "Citizen of Clintonville"), Edward Phifer (as "Zeke"), Peggy Pope (as "Citizen of Clintonville"), Sylvia Ray (as "Citizen of Clintonville"), Joya Sherrill (as "Vera Mason"), Arthur Storch (as "Mr. McWilliams"), Josh White Jr. (as "Tony"), Clarence Williams III (as "Chris"), Lawrence Winters (as "Tyree Tucker"). Produced by Cheryl Crawford and Joel W. Schenker. Produced in association with October Productions, Inc.

After The Fall (1964). Drama. Written by Arthur Miller. Lighting and Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Elia Kazan. ANTA Washington Square Theatre: 23 Jan 1964- 29 May 1965 (208 performances). Cast: Ruth Attaway, Stanley Beck, Mariclare Costello, Scott Cunningham, Faye Dunaway, Crystal Field, Lou Frizzell, James Greene, Hal Holbrook, Salome Jens, Virginia Kaye, Zohra Lampert, Barbara Loden (as "Maggie"), Paul Mann, Ralph Meeker, Jason Robards, Patricia Roe, Harold Scott, Diane Shalet, David J. Stewart, Michael Strong, Jack Waltzer, David Wayne. Produced by City Playhouses, Inc.

But For Whom Charlie (1964). Written by S.N. Behrman. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Elia Kazan. ANTA Washington Square Theatre: 12 Mar 1964- 2 Jul 1964 (47 performances/performed in repertory with After the Fall and Marco Millions). Cast: Mariclare Costello, Faye Dunaway, Salome Jens, Clinton Kimbrough, Barbara Loden (as "Sheila Maloney"), Ralph Meeker, Jason Robards, Patricia Roe, Diane Shalet, Michael Stroud, David Wayne. Produced by The Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center.

The Changeling (1964). Written by Thomas Middleton and William Rowley. Incidental music by David Amram. Madmen's choreography by Crystal Field. Scenic Design by David Hays. Costume Design by Ben Edwards. Lighting Design by David Hays. Directed by Elia Kazan. NTA Washington Square Theatre: 29 Oct 1964- 23 Dec 1964 (32 performances/played in repertory with After The Fall, Incident at Vichy, Tartuffe). Cast: Stanley Beck (as "Antonio"), Mariclare Costello (as "Maid"), Scott Cunningham (as "Tomazo"), Faye Dunaway (as "Maid"), Crystal Field (as "Scullery Maid"), James Greene (as "Jasperino"), Clinton Kimbrough (as "Pedro"), John Phillip Law (as "Alsemero"), Barbara Loden (as Beatrice") [final Broadway role], Paul Mann (as "Vermandero"), Barry Primus (as "De Flores"), Lanna Saunders (as "Diaphanta"), Harold Scott (as "Alonzo"), Diane Shalet (as "Isabella"), David J. Stewart (as "Lollio"), Michael Strong (as "Alibius"), Jack Waltzer (as "Franciscus"). Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Robert Whitehead and Elia Kazan). Executive Consultant: Harold Clurman.


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