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(1939) Stage: Appeared in "Leave It To Me" on Broadway.

(1943). Stage Play: One Touch of Venus. Musical comedy. Music by Kurt Weill. Book by S.J. Perelman and Ogden Nash. Lyrics by Ogden Nash. Suggested by "The Tinted Venus" by F. Anstey. Music orchestrated by Kurt Weill. Music arranged by Kurt Weill. Musical Director: Maurice Abravanel. Musical Staging by Agnes de Mille. Scenic Design by Howard Bay. Costume Design by Paul Du Pont and Kermit Love. Miss Martin's gowns by Mainbocher. Sound Consultant: Saki Oura. Directed by Elia Kazan. Imperial Theatre (moved to The 46th Street Theatre from 26 Jan 1944- close): 7 Oct 1943- 10 Feb 1945 (567 performances). Cast: John Boles (as "Whitelaw Savory"), Mary Martin (as "Venus"), Kenny Baker (as "Rodney Hatch"), Lynn Alden (as "Singing Ensemble"), Ruth Bond (as "Gloria Kramer"), Sam Bonnell (as "Store Manager/Anatolian"), Zachary A. Charles (as "Sam"), Harry Clark (as "Stanley"), Arthur Davies (as "Singing Ensemble"), Jane Davies (as "Singing Ensemble"), Florence Dunlap (as "Mrs. Moats"), Rose Marie Elliot (as "Singing Ensemble"), Carle Erbele (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Matthew Farrar (as "Anatolian/Singing Ensemble"), Nelle Fisher (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Bert Freed (as "Police Lieutenant"), William Garrett (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Teddy Hart (as "Taxi Black"), Ruth Harte (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Jinx Heffelfinger (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Jane Hoffman (as "Rose"), Jean Houloose (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Beatrice Hudson (as "Singing Ensemble"), Ann Hutchinson (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Julie Jefferson (as "Singing Ensemble"), Pearl Lang (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Paula Laurence (as "Molly Grant"), Ralph Linn (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Allyn Ann McLerie (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Lavina Nielsen (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Duncan Noble (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Sono Osato (as "Premiere Danseuse"), Helen Raymond (as "Mrs. Kramer"), Ginee Richardson (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Willa Rollins (as "Singing Ensemble"), Patricia Schaeffer (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Kevin Smith (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Betty Spain (as "Singing Ensemble"), Johnny Stearns (as "Dr. Rook"), Harold J. Stone (as "Zuvelti"), Kirsten Valbor (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Jeffrey Warren (as "Singing Ensemble"), William Weber (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Lou Wills Jr. (as "Bus Starter/Dancing Ensemble"), Parker Wilson (as "Dancing Ensemble"). Replacement actors: Diana Adams (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Anita Alvarez (as "Premiere Danseuse"), Ben Cutler (as "Rodney Hatch"), Arthur Davies (as "Police Lieutenant"), Dody Goodman [credited as Dolores Goodman] (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Phillip Gordon (as "Sam"), Diana Gray (as "Singing Ensemble"), Ray Harrison (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Marion Kohler (as "Singing Ensemble"), Welland Lathrop (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Jack Mann (as "Taxi Black"), Regis Powers (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Mack Shanks (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Edward Ubell (as "Stanley"), Frank Westbrook Dancing Ensemble"), Lester Wolf (as "Singing Ensemble"). Produced by Cheryl Crawford. Associate Producer: John Wildberg.

(1946) Stage: Appeared in "Pacific 1860" in London, England.

(1946) Stage: Appeared in "Lute Song" on Broadway.

(1947) Stage: Appeared in "Annie Get Your Gun" (1947) on national tour. NOTE: Won National Tour Special Tony Award

(1949) Stage: Appeared (as "Ensign Nellie Forbush") in "South Pacific" on Broadway. Musical drama. Majestic Theatre: (moved to The Broadway Theatre from 29 Jun 1953 to close) 7 Apr 1949-16 Jan 1954 (1925 performances). Cast: Ezio Pinza (as "Emile de Becque"), Juanita Hall, Myron McCormick (as "Luther Billis"), Betta St. John, Harvey Stephens (as "Cmdr. William Harbison, U.S.N."), William Tabbert, Martin Wolfson (as "Capt. George Brackett, U.S.N."), Mardi Bayne, Evelyn Colby, Michael De Leon, Noel De Leon, Sandra Deel, Bill Dwyer, Dickinson Eastham, Don Fellows, William Ferguson, Jacqueline Fisher, Jack Fontan, Alan Gilbert, Thomas Gleason, Jim Hawthorne, Richard Loo (as "Marcel, Henry's Assistant" / "Ensemble"), Roslynd Lowe, Barbara Luna, Biff McGuire, Gloria Meli, Henry Michel, Alex Nicol, Pat Northrop, Mary Ann Reeve, Fred Sadoff, Bernice Saunders, Archie Savage (as "Abner"), Helena Schurgot, Richard Silvera, Henry Slate, Eugene Smith, Beau Tilden (as "Seaman James Hayes"), Musa Williams, Chin Yu. Replacement actors during the Majestic Theatre run: Fabian Acosta (as "Jerome") [Alternate], Leigh Allen (as "Ensign Lisa Minelli"), George Armand (as "Jerome") [Alternate], Mardi Bayne (as "Ensign Pamela Whitmore"), George Britton (as "Emile de Becque"), Dort Clark (as "Stewpot"), Helen Clayton (as "Ensign Connie Walewska"), Cristanta Cornejo (as "Ngana") [Alternate], Robert Cortazal (as "Jerome") [Alternate], Diosa Costello (as "Bloody Mary"; (final Broadway role), Donald Covert (as "Ensemble"), Dolores Decin (as "Ngana") [Alternate], William Diehl (as "Seaman Gustl Schulz"), Bill Dwyer (as "Lt. Buzz Adams"), Betty Early (as "Ensign Dinah Murphy"), Don Fellows (as "Seabee Richard West"), Pat Finch (as "Ensign Lisa Minelli"), Betty Gillett (as "Ensign Cora MacRae"), Betty Gillette (as "Lt. Genevieve Marshall"), Thomas Griffin (as "Jerome") [Alternate], Arthur Hammond (as "Pvt. Victor Moulton"), Steve Holland (as "Radio Operator Bob McCaffrey"), Joan Kavanagh (as "Ensign Pamela Whitmore"), Peter Kelley (as "Seaman Tom O'Brien"), Mimi Kelly (as "Ensign Janet MacGregor"), Cloris Leachman (as "Ensign Nellie Forbush"), Don Leslie (as "Ensemble"), Karen Lewis (as "Ensign Connie Walewska"), Christina Lind (as "Ensign Sue Yaeger"), Roberta MacDonald (as "Ensign Sue Yaeger"), Patricia Marand (as "Lt. Genevieve Marshall"; Broadway debut), Virginia Martin (as "Ensign Bessie Noonan"), Dorothy Maruki (as "Ensemble"), Melle Matthews (as "Ensign Sue Yaeger"), William McGraw (as "Ensemble" / "Seaman Tom O'Brien" / "Yeoman Herbert Quale"), Ray Middleton (as "Emile de Becque"), Merle Muskal (as "Ensign Janet MacGregor"), Odette Myrtil (as "Bloody Mary"), Betty O'Neil (as "Ensign Sue Yaeger"), Jose Perez (as "Jerome") {Alternate], Albert Popwell (as "Abner"), Dorothy Richards (as "Lt. Genevieve Marshall"), Roger Rico (as "Emile de Becque"), Robert Rippy (as "Petty Officer Hamilton Steves"), Steve Roland (as "Seaman Tom O'Brien"), Gene Saks (as "Professor"; Broadway debut), Irma Sandre (as "Liat"), Eugene Smith (as "Seaman Thomas Hassinger"), Peter Smith (as "Seaman Tom O'Brien"), Maria Suarez (as "Ngana") [Alternate], Bill Thunhurst (as "Radio Operator Bob McCaffrey"), Webb Tilton (as "Seabee Richard West"), Bunny Warner (as "Ngana") [Alternate], Jack Weston (as "Stewpot"), Musa Williams (as "Bloody Mary"), Billie Worth (as "Ensign Janet MacGregor"), Martha Wright (as "Ensign Nellie Forbush"). Understudies: Dort Clark (as "Luther Billis"), Rosalie Davella (as "Ngana"), William Diehl (as "Lt. Joseph Cable, U.S.M.C."), Betty Early (as "Ensign Nellie Forbush"), George Finn (as "Jerome"), Steve Holland (as "Stewpot"), Mimi Kelly (as "Ensign Nellie Forbush"), Dorothy Maruki (as "Liat"), Bill Thunhurst (as "Lt. Joseph Cable, U.S.M.C."), Webb Tilton (as "Emile de Becque"), Jack Weston (as "Luther Billis"), Billie Worth (as "Ensign Nellie Forbush"). Replacement actor during Bradway Theatre run: Shirley Jones. Produced by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. Produced in association with Leland Hayward and Joshua Logan. NOTE: Filmed as South Pacific (1958).

(1954) Stage: Appeared in "Peter Pan" on Broadway. NOTE: Won Tony Award.

(1955) Stage: Appeared (as "Sabina") in "The Skin of Our Teeth" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by Thornton Wilder. Scenic Design by Lester Polakov. Costume Design by Helene Pons. Lighting Design by Feder. Directed by Alan Schneider. ANTA Playhouse: 17 Aug 1955-3 Sep 1955 (22 performances). Cast: George Abbott (as "Mr. Antrobus"), Helen Hayes (as "Mrs. Antrobus"), Florence Reed (as "Fortune Teller"), Heller Halliday (as "Gladys"), Don Murray (as "Henry"), Jonathan Anderson (as "Professor"), Charles Boaz (as "Lifeguard"), Vinie Burrows (as "Dinosaur" / "Ivy"), Emily Cobb (as "Ensemble"), Jack Delmonte (as "Ensemble"), John Dorman (as "Ensemble"), David Elliott (as "Ensemble"), Alice Fay (as "Drum Majorette"; only Broadway role), Howard Fischer (as "Homer" / "Fred Bailey"), Earl George (as "Announcer" / "Broadcast Official"), Tom Geraghty (as "Ensemble"), Frank Hamilton (as "Doctor" / "Asst. Broadcast Official"), Fred Kareman (as "Telegraph Boy"), Eileen Lear (as "Miss E. Muse"), Lily Lodge (as "Ensemble"), Paul Morrison (as "Mr. Fitzpatrick"), Richard O'Neil (as "Ensemble"), Maud Scheerer (as "Miss M. Muse" / "Bingo Caller" / "Hester"), Frank Silvera (as "Judge" / "Chair Pusher" / "Mr. Tremayne"), Ann Stanwell (as "Ensemble"), Frances Sternhagen (as "Miss T. Muse"), Patricia Taffe (as "Mammoth"), Norma Veney (as "Drum Majorette"). Produced by Robert Whitehead and ANTA (Alfred De Liagre Jr.: executive producer. Jean Dalrymple: executive director).

(1959). Stage Play: The Sound of Music. Musical. Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Based on "The Trapp Family Singers" by Maria Augusta Trapp. Musical Director: Frederick Dvonch. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Choral arrangements by Trude Rittman. Musical staging by Joe Layton. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard. Directed by Vincent J. Donehue. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (moved to The Mark Hellinger Theatre from 6 Nov 1962- close): 16 Nov 1959- 15 Jun 1963 (1443 performances + 5 previews). Cast: Mary Martin (as "Maria Rainer, a postulant at Nonnberg Abbey"), Theodore Bikel (as "Captain Georg von Trapp"), Kurt Kasznar (as "Max Detweiler"), Marion Marlowe (as "Elsa Schraeder"), Patricia Neway (as "The Mother Abbess"), Joanne Birks (as "Ensemble"), Patricia Brooks (as "Ensemble"), June Card (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Dallas (as "Ensemble"), Brian Davies (as "Rolf Gruber"), Ceil Delli (as "Ensemble"), Kathy Dunn (as "Louisa von Trapp:), Luce Ennis (as "Ursula, a maid/Ensemble"), Cleo Fry (as "Ensemble"), Barbara George (as "Ensemble"), Stefan Gierasch (as "Herr Zeller"), Michael Gorrin (as "Admiral von Schreiber"), Joey Heatherton (as "Ensemble"), Lucas Hoving (as "Ensemble"), Elizabeth Howell (as "Sister Berthe, Mistress of Novices"), Patricia Kelly (as "Ensemble"), Maria Kova (as "Ensemble"), Evanna Lien (as "Gretl von Trapp"), Mary Susan Locke (as "Marta von Trapp"), Nan McFarland (as "Frau Schmidt, the housekeeper"), Shirley Mendonca (as "Ensemble"), Kathy Miller (as "Ensemble"), Lorna Nash (as "Ensemble"), Muriel O'Malley (as "Sister Margaretta, Mistress of Postulants"), Lauri Peters (as "Liesl von Trapp"), Keith Prentice (as "Ensemble"), John Randolph (as "Franz, the butler"), Nancy Reeves (as "Ensemble"), Marilyn Rogers (as "Brigitta von Trapp"), Bernice Saunders (as "Ensemble"), Connie Sharman (as "Ensemble"), Karen Shepard (as "Sister Sophia"), Kirby Smith (as "Baron Elberfeld"), William Snowden (as "Friedrich von Trapp"), Gloria Stevens (as "Ensemble"), Joseph Stewart (as "Kurt von Trapp"), Tatiana Troyanos (as "Ensemble"), Mimi Vondra (as "Ensemble"), Sue Yaeger (as "A Postulant"). Standbys: Renée Guérin (as "Maria Rainer") and Kenneth Harvey (as "Captain Georg von Trapp"). Understudies: Dorothy Dallas (as "Sister Berthe"), David Gress (as "Friedrich von Trapp/Kurt von Trapp"), Joey Heatherton (as "Liesl von Trapp/Louisa von Trapp"), Lucas Hoving (as "Herr Zeller"), Elizabeth Howell (as "Frau Schmidt/The Mother Abbess"), Sheppard Kerman (as "Max Detweiler"), Maria Kova (as "Sister Sophia"), Mary Susan Locke (as "Brigitta von Trapp"), Keith Prentice (as "Rolf Gruber"), Nancy Reeves (as "Sister Margaretta"), Karen Shepard (as "Elsa Schraeder"), Kirby Smith (as "Admiral von Schreiber/Franz") and Frances Underhill (as "Gretl von Trapp/Marta von Trapp"). Replacement cast [during Lunt-Fontanne Theatre run]: Maureen Bailey (as "Ensemble"), Jay Barney (as "Franz, the butler"), Richard Carafa (as "Kurt von Trapp"), Jeannie Carson (as "Maria Rainer, a postulant at Nonnberg Abbey") [from ? Jul 1962- ?], Imelda De Martin (as "Ensemble/Liesl von Trapp"), Nancy Dussault (as "Maria Rainer, a postulant at Nonnberg Abbey") [from ? Sep 1962- ?], Helen Feit (as "Ensemble"), Dan Ferrone (as "Ensemble"), Catherine Gale (as "Ensemble"), Geraldine Gale (as "Ensemble"), Ann Gardner (as "Ensemble"), Barbara Gregory (as "Ensemble"), Sarah Hageman (as "Ensemble"), Elizabeth Howell (as "The Mother Abbess"), Lois Hunt (as "Elsa Schraeder"), Tommy Leap (as "Kurt von Trapp"), Valerie Lee (as "Gretl von Trapp"), Sara Letton (as "A Postulant/Ensemble"), Nadine Lewis (as "Sister Margaretta, Mistress of Postulants"), Evanna Lien (as "Marta von Trapp"), Paul Lipson (as "Max Detweiler"), Mary Susan Locke (as "Brigitta von Trapp"), Milton Luchan (as "Herr Zeller"), Marissa Mason (as "Liesl von Trapp"), Laura Michaels (as "Gretl von Trapp"), Jen Nelson (as "Elsa Schraeder"), Nita Novy (as "Brigitta von Trapp"), Lizabeth Pritchett (as "Sister Berthe, Mistress of Novices/The Mother Abbess"), Lu Ann Ragle (as "Ensemble"), Bernice Saunders (as "Ursula, a maid"), Donald Scott (as "Captain Georg von Trapp"), Leslie Smith (as "Gretl von Trapp"), Royston Thomas (as "Friedrich von Trapp"), Webb Tilton (as "Baron Elberfeld"), Ronnie Tourso (as "Friedrich von Trapp"), Peter Van Hattum (as "Rolf Gruber"), Jay Velie (as "Admiral von Schreiber"), Gina Viglione (as "Ensemble"), Jon Voight (as "Rolf Gruber") [Broadway debut], Arthur Warren (as "Friedrich von Trapp"), Connie Webber (as "Ensemble"), Mitzi Wilson (as "Ensemble"), Martha Wright (as "Maria Rainer, a postulant at Nonnberg Abbey") [from ? Oct 1961 - ?]. Standby: Barbara Meister (as "Maria Rainer"). Understudies: Maureen Bailey (as "Liesl von Trapp"), Imelda De Martin (as "Liesl von Trapp/Louisa von Trapp"), Kenny Doré (as "Friedrich von Trapp/Kurt von Trapp"), Dan Ferrone (as "Rolf Gruber"), Cleo Fry (as "Sister Berthe"), Sarah Hageman (as "Frau Schmidt"), Valerie Lee (as "Gretl von Trapp/Marta von Trapp"), Sara Letton (as "Liesl von Trapp"), Evanna Lien (as "Marta von Trapp/Brigitta von Trapp"), Shirley Mendonca (as "Sister Sophia"), Steven Meyer (as "Herr Zeller"), Laura Michaels (as "Gretl von Trapp/Marta von Trapp"), Patty Michaels (as "Louisa von Trapp"), Lizabeth Pritchett (as "The Mother Abbess"), Wayne Sullivan (as "Friedrich von Trapp/Kurt von Trapp"), Webb Tilton (as "Admiral von Schreiber/Franz/Herr Zeller"). [During Mark Hellinger Theatre run]: Nancy Dussault (as "Maria Rainer, a postulant at Nonnberg Abbey"). Understudy: Phil Proctor [credited as Philip Proctor] (as "Rolf Gruber") [earliest Broadway credit]. Produced by Leland Hayward, Richard Halliday, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. Note: Filmed by Robert Wise Productions/Argyle Enterprises [distributed by Twentieth Century Fox] as The Sound of Music (1965).

(1963) Stage: App4eared in "Jennie" on Broadway.

(1965) Stage: Appeared in a national / world tour of "Hello Dolly" (US, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, England [London]).

(1966) Stage: Appeared in national tour of "I Do! I Do!". NOTE: Nominated for a Tony Award.

(1977) Stage: Appeared in "Do You Turn Summersaults?" on Broadway and on national tour.

(1986) Stage: Appeared in national tour of "Legends!".

(1951) Appeared as a guest on "America Applauds: an Evening for Richard Rodgers" on NBC-TV.

(1954) Appeared on "Person to Person" (1953).

(1962) Appeared on the TV special "The Bing Crosby Christmas Show" on NBC.

(1972) Appeared on "The Jack Paar Special" on ABC.

(1981) Guest appearance on "Beverly Sills Farewell" on PBS.

(1953) Stage: Appeared in "Kind Sir" on Broadway.

(1945) Stage: Appeared in "Pacific 1860" in London, England.

(1951) Stage: Appeared in Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II's musical, "South Pacific", at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London, England. Also in cast: Wilbur Evans, Ray Walston, Muriel Smith and Larry Hagman.

(1952) Stage: Appoeared in Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II's musical, "South Pacific", at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London, England. Also in cast: Wilbur Evans, Peter Grant, Muriel Smith and Larry Hagman.

(1965) Stage: Appeared in Jerry Herman's musical, "Hello, Dolly!", at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London, England. Gower Champion was the director.

(March 19, 1945) She acted in the play, "One Touch of Venus," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.

(October 12, 1953) She acted in Norman Krasna's play, "Kind Sir," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Charles Boyer, Dorothy Stickney, Margalo Gillmore, Frank Conroy and Robert Ross in the cast. Jo Mielziner was set designer. Mainbocher was costume designer. Joshua Logan was producer and director.

(December 30, 1968) She acted in the musical, "I Do! I Do!," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Robert Preston in the cast. Harvey Schmidt was composer. Tom Jones wrote the book and lyrics. Based on the play, "The Fourposter," by Jan De Hartog. Gower Champion was director. Oliver Smith was set designer. Freddy Wittop was costume designer. David Merrick was producer.

(January 23 to March 29, 1986) She acted in James Kirkwood's musical, "Legends!," in a world premiere at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Carol Channing in the cast. Clifford Williams was director.

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