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(10/88-8/89) Stage: Appeared (as "Ann") in "The Cocktail Hour" by A.R. Gurney, Promenade Theatre, New York City. NOTE: She won an Obie award.

(3/64-4/64) Stage: Appeared (as "Amalia Agazzi") in "Right You Are" by Luigi Pirandello, translated by Eric Bentley, Phoenix Theatre, New York City.

(3/64-4/64) Stage: Appeared (as "Woman") in "The Tavern" by George M. Cohan, Phoenix Theatre, New York City.

(3/1962-4/63) Stage: Appeared (as "Lady Sneerwell" in "The School For Scandal" by Richard B. Sheridan. Folksbiene Playhouse, New York City.

(3/60-12/61) Stage: Appeared (s "Irma") in "The Balcony" by Jean Genet, translated by Bernard Frechtman. Circle in the Square Downtown, New York City.

(1959) Stage: Appeared (as "Ursula") in "Much Ado About Nothing" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Dances by Pauline Grant. Incidental music by Leslie Bridgewater. Production Stage Manager: Keene Curtis. Assistant Stage Mgr.: Howard Fischer. Directed by John Gielgud. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre: 17 Sep 1959-7 Nov 1959 (58 performances). Produced by The Cambridge Drama Festival (William Morris Hunt, Executive Producer). Cast: John Gielgud (as "Signior Benedick of Padua, companion of Don Pedro"), Margaret Leighton (as "Beatrice, an orphan, Leonato's niece"), Hurd Hatfield (as "Don John, Don Pedro's bastard brother"), Barrie Ingham (as "Count Claudio of Florence, companion of Don Pedro"), Malcolm Keen (as "Leonato, Governor of Messina"), David King-Wood (as "Friar Francis"), Michéal MacLiammóir (as "Don Pedro, Prince of Aragon"), Jean Marsh (as "Hero"), George Rose Dogberry, Betsy von Furstenberg (as "Margaret, attendant on Hero"), Jonathan Anderson (as "Balthasar, a singer"), Donald Barton (as "Captain"), Richard Buck (as "Captain"), Peter De Visé (as "An Acolyte"), Howard Fischer (as "First Watch"), Allessandro Giannini (as "Lord"), D.F. Gilliam (as "Page"), Joan Hackett (as "Lady"' Broadway debut), Martin Herschberg (as "Lord"), Joseph Hoover (as "Captain"), Juliete Hunt (as "Lady"), Graham Jarvis (as "Second Watch"), Mark Lenard (as "Conrade, Follower of Don John"), Barry Macollum (as "Sexton"), Donald Moffat (as "Verges"/ "Messenger"), Edward Moor (as "Page"), Louis Negin (as "Page"), Arthur Teno Pollick (as "Page"), Joe Ponazecki (as "Watch"), Herbert Ranson (as "Antonio"), Leonato's brother"), Virginia Robinson (as "Lady"), Paul Sparer (as "Borachio, follower of Don John"), Theodore Tenley (as "Watch"), David Thurman (as "Lord"), Fay Tracey (as "Lady"), John Valva (as "Page"), Neil Vipond (as "Lord"), Willie Wade (as "Boy"), Ralph Williams (as "Page"), Elizabeth Winship (as "Lady"). Produced by arrangement with The Producers Theatre.

(1957) Stage: APpeared (as "Miriam Ackroyd") in "Miss Isobel" on Broadway. Written by Michael Plant and Denis Webb. Directed by Cedric Hardwicke. Royale Theatre: 26 Dec 1957-8 Feb 1958 (53 performances). Cast: Shirley Booth (as "Mrs. Ackroyd"), Robert Duke, Edith King, Peter Lazer, Kathleen McGuire, John Randolph (as "Howard"), Dinnie Smith. Produced by Leonard Sillman and John Roberts.

(12/56-1/57) Stage: Appeared (as "Mrs. Mi Tzu") in "The Good Woman of Setzuan" by Bertolt Brecht, adapted by Eric Bentley, Phoenix Theatre, New York City.

(3/64-4/64) Stage: Appeared (as "Vassilissa Kostilyova") in "The Lower Depths" by Maxim Gorky, Phoenix Theatre, New York City.

(12/64-9/65) Stage: Appeared (as "Dona Ana"( in "Man and Superman" by George Bernard Shaw, Phoenix Theatre, New York City.

(3/65-9/65) Stage: Appeared (as "Susanna") in "Judith" by Jean Giraudoux, Phoenix Theatre, New York City.

(10/65-12/65) Stage: Appeared (as "The Old Lady") in "Good Day" by Emanuel Peluso, Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City.

(2/68-11/70) Stage: Appeared (as "Mrs. Latham") in "Forty Carats" by Pierre Barillet and 'Jean-Pierre Gredy', adapted by Jay Presson Allen, Morosco Theatre, New York City.

(4/68-6/68) Stage: Appeared (as "Roxane's Duenna" / "Sister Claire") in "Cyrano de Bergerac" by Edmond Rostand, adapted by James Forsyth, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, New York City.

(0/67-2/67) Stage: Appeared (as "Gertrude Forbes-Cooper") on Broadway in "After the Rain" by John Bowen, John Golden Theatre, New York City.

(1966) Stage: Appeared in "Yerma" on Broadway. Written by 'Frederico Garcia Lorca'. Translated by William Stanley Merwin. Directed by John Hirsch. Vivian Beaumont Theatre: 8 Dec 1966-28 Jan 1967 (60 performances + 4 previews that began on 3 Dec 1966). Cast: Ruth Attaway, Virgilia Chew, Nina Dova, Pamela Dunlap, Gloria Foster, Frank Langella, Aline MacMahon, Beatrice Manley, Ruth Manning, Peter Nyberg, Robert Phalen, Priscilla Pointer, Tom Rosqui, Maria Tucci. Understudy: Elizabeth Huddle. Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Herbert Blau and Jules Irving (I)').

(10/66-11/66) Stage: Appeared in "The Alchemist" by Ben Jonson, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, New York City.

(3/66-4/66) Stage: Appeared in "3 Bags Full" by Claude Magnier, adapted by Jerome Chodorov, Henry Miller's Theatre, New York City.

(11/71-12/971) Stage: Appeared (as "Queen Elizabeth") in "Mary Stuart" by Jules Irving, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, New York City.

(2/71-5/71) Stage: Appeared (as "Ceil Adams") in "And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little" by Paul Zindel, Morosco Theatre, New York City.

(3/79-4/79) Stage: Appeared (as "Ruth Chandler") in "Taken in Marriage" by Thomas Babe, The Public Theater, New York City.

(11/87) Stage: Appeared (as "Klytemnestra") in "Elektra" by Rudd Fleming and Ezra Pound (CSC Theatre, New York City.

(11/85-12/85) Stage: Appeared (as "Judith Tiverton") in "Oliver Oliver" by Paul Osborn, Stage 73, New York City.

(1985) Stage: Appeared (as "Connie, Mrs. David Emerson") in "The Octette Bridge Club" on Broadway. Written by P.J. Barry. Directed by Tom Moore. Music Box Theatre: 5 Mar 1985-23 Mar 1985 (24 performances + 8 previews). Cast: Gisela Caldwell, Peggy Cass (as "Lil, Mrs. Peter Carmody"), Lois De Banzie, Elizabeth Franz, Bette Henritze, Elizabeth Huddle, Anne Pitoniak, Nick Kaledin. Produced by Kenneth Waissman and Lou Kramer. Produced in association with MTM Enterprises, Inc.

(3/84-4/84) Stage: Appeared (as "Bessie Berger") in "Awake and Sing!" by Clifford Odets, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City.

(1/73-2/73) Stage: Appeared (as "Mrs. Gogan") in "The Plough and the Stars" by Sean O'Casey, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, New York City.

(11/72-12/72) Stage: Appeared (as "Tatiana") in "Enemies" by Maxim Gorky, translated by Jeremy Brooks and Kitty Hunter-Blair, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, New York City

(10/82) Stage: Appeared (as "Sister Mary Ignatius") in "Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All for You" by Christopher Durang, Westside Theatre, New York City

(4/80-8/81) Stage: Appeared (as "Ida Bolton") in "Morning's at Seven" by Paul Osborn, Lyceum Theatre, New York City.

(1989) Stage: Appeared (as "Melissa Gardner"; from 5 Dec 1989-10 Dec 1989) in "Love Letters" on Broadway. Written by A.R. Gurney. Directed by John Tillinger. Edison Theatre: 31 Oct 1989-21 Jan 1989 (96 performances). Cast: Colleen Dewhurst (as "Melissa Gardner [from 31 Oct 1989-5 Nov 1989], Jason Robards (as "Andrew Makepiece"). Replacement actors: Polly Bergen (as "Melissa Gardner") [from 2 Jan 1990-7 Jan 1990], Stockard Channing (as "Melissa Gardner") [from 7 Nov 1989-12 Nov 1989], John Clark (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 26 Dec 1989-31 Dec 1989], Jane Curtin (as "Melissa Gardner") [from 28 Nov 1989-3 Dec 1989], David Dukes (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 12 Dec 1989-17 Dec 1989], Robert Foxworth (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 21 Nov 1989-26 Nov 1989], Edward Herrmann (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 28 Nov 1989-3 Dec 1989], Timothy Hutton (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 19 Dec 1989-24 Dec 1989], Swoosie Kurtz (as "Melissa Gardner") [from 14 Nov 1989-19 Nov 1989], Elizabeth McGovern (as "Melissa Gardner") [from 19 Dec 1989-24 Dec 1989], Elizabeth Montgomery (as "Melissa Gardner") [from 21 Nov 1989-26 Nov 1989], Kate Nelligan (as "Melissa Gardner") [from 9 Jan 1990-4 Jan 1990 and from 12 Dec 1990-17 Dec 1990], Lynn Redgrave (as "Melissa Gardner") [from 26 Dec 1989-31 Dec 1989], Cliff Robertson (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 16 Jan 1990-21 Jan 1990], John Rubinstein (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 7 Nov 1989-12 Nov 1989], Elaine Stritch (as "Melissa Gardner") [from 16 Jan 1990-21 Jan 1990], Richard Thomas (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 14 Nov 1989-19 Nov 1989], Robert Vaughn (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 2 Jan 1990-7 Jan 1990], Fritz Weaver (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 5 Dec 1989-10 Dec 1989], Treat Williams (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 9 Jan 1990-14 Jan 1990]. Produced by Roger L. Stevens, Thomas Viertel, Steven Baruch and Richard Frankel.

(4/92-5/92) Stage: Appeared (as "Rosamund Brackett" / "Jocelyn Massey") in "The End of the Day" by Jon Robin Baitz, Playwrights Horizons, New York City

(10/96-11/96) Stage: Appeared in "The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde, Irish Repertory Theatre, New York City

(9/93-10/93) Stage: Appeared (as "Sophie: Baroness Lemberg" / "Miss Furnival") in "White Liars & Black Comedy" by Peter Shaffer, Criterion Center Stage Right, New York City. NOTE: She was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play.

(1994) Stage: Appeared in "Black Comedy" on Broadway (revival). NOTE: She was nominated for a Tony Award as Best Actress.

(October 1988) She acted in A.R. Gurney's play, "The Cocktail Hour," at the Promenade Theatre in New York City with Keene Curtis, Bruce Davison, and Holland Taylor in the cast. Jack O'Brien was director.

(1953). Stage Play: The Merchant of Venice. Comedy/drama (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Musical Director: William Brooks. Scenic Design and Costume Design by Lemuel Ayers. Directed by Albert Marre. City Center: 4 Mar 1953- 15 Mar 1953 (15 performances). Cast: Luther Adler (as "Shylock, a Jewish moneylender"), Richard Astor (as "The Neopolitan Prince/Court Clerk"), Philip Bourneuf (as "Antonio, a merchant of Venice"), Frank Corsaro (as "Launcelot Gobbo, servant to Shylock"), James Daly (as "Gratiano, gentleman of Venice"), Albert Duclos (as "Balthasar, servant to Portia"), Robert Fletcher (as "Prince of Arragon, suitor to Portia/Duke of Venice Earle Hyman (as "Prince of Morocco"), Raymond Johnson (as "The German Baron/Court Clerk"), Chris Mahan (as "Servant to Portia"), John Mandia (as "Dancer"), Nancy Marchand (as "Nerissa, Portia's waiting gentle-woman"), Barbara Milberg (as "Dancer"), Felicia Montealegre (as "Jessica, Shylock's daughter"), Earl Montgomery (as "Salarino, friend of Antonio"), Marie Pelus (as "Dancer"), Margaret Phillips (as "Portia, an heiress in Belmont"), Kevin Riley (as "The English Lord/Court Clerk"), Paul Sparer (as "Solanio, friend of Antonio"), Paul Stevens (as "Bassanio, friend of Antonio") [Broadway debut], Steven Thomas (as "Servant to Portia"), Beatrice Tompkins (as "Dancer"), Richard Venture (as "Tubal, an associate of Shylock"), Michael Wager (as "Lorenzo, gentleman of Venice"), Barbara Walczak (as "Dancer"), Stanley Zompakos (as "Dancer"). Produced by New York City Drama Company (Albert Marre: Artistic Director).

(December 9, 1982) Guest on "Tom Cottle: Up Close".


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