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(February 2005): Plays Marmee/The Hag in "Little Women: The Musical" musical by Allan Knee, Jason Howland and Mindi Dickstein (Virginia Theatre, New York City, New York, USA).

Album: "A Long and Winding Road" (2008)

CD compilation: "20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Maureen McGovern" (2005)

Album: "The Pleasure of His Company" (1998)

Album: "The Music Never Ends" (1997)

Album: "Out of This World" (1996)

Album: "Baby I'm Yours" (1992)

Album: "Greatest Hits" (1990)

Album: "Christmas with Maureen McGovern" (1990)

Live album: "Naughty Baby" (1989)

Album: "State of the Heart" (1988)

Album: "Another Woman in Love" (1987)

Album: "Maureen McGovern" (1979)

Album: "Academy Award Performance: And the Envelope, Please" (1975)

Album: "Nice To Be Around" (1974)

Album: "The Morning After" (1973)

Nine (1982). Musical drama. Book by Arthur Kopit. Music by Maury Yeston. Lyrics by Maury Yeston. Adaptation from the Italian by Mario Fratti. Music orchestrated by Jonathan Tunick. Musical Director: Wally Harper. Choral composition and musical continuity by Maury Yeston. Choreographed by Thommie Walsh. Scenic Design by Lawrence Miller. Costume Design by William Ivey Long. Directed by Tommy Tune. 46th Street Theatre: 9 May 1982- 4 Feb 1984 (729 performances + 19 previews that began 22 Apr 1982). Cast: Raul Julia (as "Guido Contini"), Karen Akers, Shelly Burch, Stephanie Cotsirilos, Stephanie Necrophorus, Kate Dezina, Taina Elg, Liliane Montevecchi, Anita Morris, Kathi Moss, Camille Saviola, Evans Allen, Jeanie Bowers, Kim Criswell, Colleen Dodson, Lulu Downs (as "Gretchen von Krupf"), Louise Edeiken, Cameron Johann, Laura Kenyon, Linda Kerns, Nancy McCall, Cynthia Meryl, Rita Rehn (as "Renata"), Dee Etta Rowe, Jadrien Steele, Patrick Wilcox, Alaina Warren Zachary. Replacement actors: Eileen Barnett, Luisa Contini, Catherine Campbell (as "Renata"), Bert Convy [During Raul Julia's vacation] (as "Guido Contini") [from 10 Jan 1983- ?] [final Broadway role], Kim Criswell (as "Claudia"), Clare Fields (as "Our Lady of the Spa"), Sergio Franchi (as "Guido Contini") [from 9 May 1983- ?], Sott Grimes (as "Young Guido's Schoolmate"), Priscilla Lopez (as "Liliane La Fleur"), Maureen McGovern (as "Luisa Contini") [from 6 Dec 1982- ?], Beth McVey (as "Carla"), Rita Rehn (as "Stephanie Necrophorus"), Wanda Richert (as "Carla"), Barbara Stock (as "Claudia"), Barbara Walsh (as "Francesca"). Produced by Michel Stuart, Harvey J. Klaris, Roger S. Berlind, James M. Nederlander, Francine LeFrak and Kenneth D. Greenblatt. Associate Producer: Mark Beigelman. Produced in association with Shulamith, Michael N. Appell, Jerry Wexler and Michael Kleinman Productions. Note: Filmed as Nine (2009).

(March 31 to April 12, 2009) She and Philip Himberg produced and wrote the revue, "A Long and Winding Road," in The Arena Stage Presents production at the Crystal City Theatre in Crystal City, Arlington, Virginia. Philip Himberg was also director.


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