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(1932- 1979). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1932). Stage Play: Carry Nation. Written by Frank McGrath. Directed by Blanche Yurka. Biltmore Theatre: 29 Oct 1932- Nov 1932 (closing date unnown/30 performances). Cast: Leslie Adams, Minna Adams, Robert Allen, Frieda Altman (Broadway debut), Charles Arnt (as "O.L. Day"), Bela Axman, Harry Bellaver (as "Landlord"), Daisy Belmore (as "Mrs. Cain"), Kenneth Berry, Esther Dale (as "Carry Nation"), Alfred Dalrymple, Fannie Belle De Knight, Buddy De Loach, Katherine Emery, Walter Eviston, Donald Foster, Gertrude Garstin, Roberta Hoskins, Helen Huberth, Leslie Hunt, Mary Jeffery, Frederick Kemp, Joshua Logan (as "Mart Strong") [Broadway debut], Myron McCormick, Byron McGrath, Arthur C. Morris, John F. Morrissey, Mildred Natwick (as "Mrs. Noble")[Broadway debut], Lillian Okun, Barbara O'Neil, John Parrish, Rufus Peabody, Ernest Pollock, Clarence E. Smith, James Stewart (as "Constable Gano"), Karl Swenson, Frank Thomas Jr., Nina Varesi, Luther Williams. Produced by Arthur J. Beckhard.

(1933). Stage Play: Amourette. Comedy. Written by Clare Kummer. Directed by Leo Bulgakov. Henry Miller's Theatre: 27 Sep 1933- Oct 1933 (closing date unknown/22 performances). Cast: Arthur Aylesworth (as "Amsey Tucker"), Francesca Bruning, Charles Coleman, Frances Halliday, James P. Houston, Frederick Kaufman, William Lynn, Clara Mahr, Byron McGrath, Tom Morrison, Mildred Natwick (as "Drusilla Thorpe"), Marie Pettes, Fred Sumner. Produced by Leo Peters and Leslie J. Spiller.

(1933). Stage Play: Spring in Autumn. Comedy. Written by Blanche Yurka and Nene Belmonte, from the Spanish of Gregorio Martinez Sierra. Directed by Bretaigne Windust. Henry Miller's Theatre: 24 Oct 1933- Nov 1933 (closing date unknown/41 performances). Cast: Daisy Belmore (as "Dame Sarah Hutt"), Wyrley Birch (as "Don Sebastian de la Fresneda"), Esther Dale, Paul Dane, Thomas Fisher, Richard Hale, Helen Huberth, Charles C. Leatherbee, Mildred Natwick (as "Pura"), Hugh Rennie (as "Manolo"), André Salama, George Spelvin, James Stewart (as "Jack Brennan"), Helen Walpole, Blanche Yurka (as "Madame Elena Alcara"). Produced by Arthur J. Beckhard.

(1934). Stage Play: The Wind and the Rain. Drama. Written by Merton Hodge. Directed by Walter Hart. Ritz Theatre: 1 Feb 1934- May 1934 (closing date unknown/119 performances). Cast: Alexander Archdale (as "Gilbert Raymond"), June Blossom (as "Jill Mannering"), Charles Campbell (as "Roger Cole"), Lowell Gilmore (as "John Williams"), Rose Hobart (as "Anne Hargraves"), Frank Lawton (as "Charles Tritton"), Mildred Natwick (as "Mrs. McFie"), Edward Raquello (as "Paul Duhamel"), Albert Whitley (as "Peter Morgan"). Produced by George Kondolf and Walter Hart.

(1934). Stage Play: The Distaff Side. Comedy. Written by John Van Druten. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Auriol Lee. Booth Theatre: 25 Sep 1934- Feb 1935 (closing date unknown/177 performances). Cast: Charles Bryant (as "Christopher Venables"), Charles Campbell (as "Charles Hubbard"), Clifford Evans (as "Toby Chegwidden"), Austin Fairman (as "Gilbert Baize"), Doris Hall (as "Rose"), Viola Keats (as "Alex"), Mildred Natwick (as "Mrs. Venables"), Hilda Plowright (as "Miss Spicer"), Viola Roache (as "Mrs. Fletcher"), Dame Sybil Thorndike (as "Mrs. Millward"), Lillian B. Tonge (as "Therese Venables"), Bretaigne Windust (as "Roland"), Estelle Winwood (as "Mrs. Frobisher"). Produced by Dwight Wiman and Auriol Lee.

(1935). Stage Play: Night In the House. Drama.

(1936). Stage Play: End of Summer. Comedy. Written by S.N. Behrman. Scenic Design by Lee Simonson. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 17 Feb 1936- Jun 1936 (closing date unknown/153 performances). Cast: Ina Claire (as "Leonie Frothingham"), Kendall Clark (as "Robert"), Doris Dudley (as "Paula Frothingham"), Van Heflin (as "Dennis McCarthy"), Mildred Natwick (as "Mrs. Wyler"), Osgood Perkins (as "Dr. Kenneth Rice"), Tom Powers (as "Boris, Count Mirsky"), Shepperd Strudwick (as "Will Dexter"), Minor Watson (as "Sam Frothingham"), Barry O'Moore (as "Dr. Dexter"). Produced by Theatre Guild, Inc.

(1936). Stage Play: Love from a Stranger. Drama/mystery.

(1937). Stage Play: Candida. Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Empire Theatre: 10 Mar 1937- 6 May 1937 (50 performances). Cast: Katharine Cornell (as "Candida"), Morgan Farley, Robert Harris, A.P. Kaye, Mildred Natwick (as "Miss Proserpine Garnett"), Kent Smith (as "The Reverend James Mavor Morell"). Produced by Katharine Cornell.

(1937). Stage Play: The Star-Wagon. Drama/fantasy. Written by Maxwell Anderson. Musical Director: Bert Pearl. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Empire Theatre: 29 Sep 1937- Apr 1938 (closing date unknown/223 performances). Cast: Lillian Gish (as "Martha Minch"), Burgess Meredith (as "Stephen Minch"), Evelyn Abbott, Alan Anderson, Whit Bissell (as "Park"), Jane Buchanan, Russell Collins (as "Hanus Wicks"), Charles Forrester, Howard Freeman, William Garner, Barry Kelley, Mildred Natwick (as "Mrs. Rutledge"), Edmond O'Brien (as "Paul Reiger"), John Philliber, Edith Smith, Kent Smith (as "Duffy"), Muriel Starr (as "Angela/Herb Woman"), J. Arthur Young. Produced by Guthrie McClintic.

(1938). Stage Play: Missouri Legend. Comedy. Written by E.B. Ginty. Musical Director: Albert Pearl. Empire Theatre: 19 Sep 1938- Oct 1938 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Russell Collins, José Ferrer (as "Billy Gashade"), Dorothy Gish (as "Mrs. Howard"), Dean Jagger (as "Thomas Howard"), Mildred Natwick (as "The Widow Weeks"), Richard Bishop, Russell Collins (as "Jim Cummins"), Vincent Copeland, James Craig, Dan Duryea (as "Bob Johnson"), Clifford Heckinger, Karl Malden (as "Charlie Johnson"), John Philliber, Ben Roberts, Joseph Sweeney, Clare Woodbury, John Woodworth. Produced by Guthrie McClintic and Max Gordon.

(1939). Stage Play: Stars In Your Eyes. Musical comedy. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Material by J.P. McEvoy [final Broadway credit]. Lyrics by Dorothy Fields. Music orchestrated by Donald J. Walker, Hans Spialek and Al Goodman. Musical Director: Al Goodman. Choreographed by Carl Randall. Directed by Joshua Logan. Majestic Theatre: 9 Feb 1939- 27 May 1939 (127 performances). Cast: Jimmy Durante (as "Bill"), Ethel Merman (as "Jeanette Adair"), Richard Carlson (as "John Blake"), Mildred Natwick (as "Bess"), Tamara Toumanova, Anthony Albert, Alicia Alonso, Fernando Alonso, Paul Alvin, Savva Andreieff, Richard Barbee, Walter Cassel, Gloria Clare, Peggy Conrad, Ambrose Costello, Davis Cunningham, Dan Dailey, Natasha Dana, Maria De Galanta, Sandy Dietz, Jane Everett, Basil Galahoff, Ted Gary, Dwight Godwin, Gail Grant, Marion Haynes, Thekla Horn, Johanne Hoven, Marjorie Johnstone, Edward Kane, Maria Karniloff, Nora Kaye, George Kiddon, Kathryn Mayfield, Rennie McEvoy, David Morris, Russel Protopoff, Frances Rands, Richard Reed, Audrey Reynolds, Newcombe Rice, Jerome Robbins (as "Gentleman of the Ballet"), Dawn Roland, Phyllis Roque, Robert Ross, Robert Shanley, Roger Stearns, Olga Suarez, Clinton Sundberg, Margaret Vasilieff, Walter Wagner, Mary Wickes (as "Voice Coach"), Mary Jane Williams, Nancy Wiman. Produced by Dwight Wiman.

(1939). Stage Play: Christmas Eve. Drama. Written by Gustav Eckstein. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Henry Miller's Theatre: 27 Dec 1939- 30 Dec 1939 (6 performances). Cast: Anthony Blair, John Dione, Vincent J. Donehue, Katherine Locke, Sidney Lumet, Michael Macready, Beth Merrill, Mildred Natwick, Peter Palmieri, James Rennie, Robert Ross, Peter Scott, Kent Smith. Produced by Guthrie McClintic. Theatre trivia: This 635 seat theatre located at 124 43rd Street, NYC was one of the smallest venues on Broadway, opening in 1918. It was renamed The Park-Miller Theater, showing movies in 1970 and converted to an X-rated movie theater as the Avon-at-the Hudson into 1978. It became a disco called Xenon and then the Kit Kat Klub in 1998. It closed in 2004 with plans to demolish it in favor of a skyscraper.

(1941). Stage Play: Blithe Spirit. Comedy/farce. Written by Noël Coward. Scenic Design by Stewart Chaney. Dresses for Miss Wood and Miss Corbett from Mainbocher. Wigs by Alfred Barris. Mr. Webb's clothes by Tony Williams. Dresses for Miss Wood and Miss Corbelt from Mainbocher. Directed by John C. Wilson. Morosco Theatre (moved to The Booth Theatre from 18 May 1942- close): 5 Nov 1941- 5 Jun 1943 (657 performances). Cast: Leonora Corbett (as "Elvira"), Mildred Natwick (as "Madame Arcati"), Clifton Webb (as "Charles"), Peggy Wood (as "Ruth"), Jacqueline Clarke (as "Edith"), Phyllis Joyce (as "Mrs. Bradman"), Philip Tonge (as "Doctor Bradman"). Replacement actors: Valerie Cossart (as "Mrs. Bradman"), Doreen Lang (as "Edith"). Produced by John C. Wilson.

(1943). Stage Play: Blithe Spirit. Comedy/farce (return engagement). Written by Noël Coward. Scenic Design by Stewart Chaney. Dresses for Miss Wood and Miss Corbett from Mainbocher. Wigs by Alfred Barris. Mr. Webb's clothes by Tony Williams. Dresses for Miss Wood and Miss Corbelt from Mainbocher. Directed by John C. Wilson. Morosco Theatre: 6 Sep 1943- 2 Oct 1943 (32 performances). Cast: Valerie Cossart (as "Mrs. Bradman"), Doreen Lang (as "Edith"), Mildred Natwick (as "Madame Arcati"), Haila Stoddard (as "Elvira"), Philip Tonge (as "Doctor Bradman"), Clifton Webb (as "Charles"), Peggy Wood (as "Ruth"). Produced by John C. Wilson.

(1946). Stage Play: Candida. (Revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Cort Theatre: 3 Apr 1946- 2 May 1946 (24 performances). Cast: Wesley Addy (as "The Reverend James Mavor Morell"), Marlon Brando (as "Eugene Marchbanks"), Oliver Cliff, Katharine Cornell (as "Candida"), Cedric Hardwicke (as "Mr. Burgess"), Mildred Natwick (as "Miss Proserpine Garnett"). Produced by Katharine Cornell. Produced in association with Gilbert Miller.

(1946). Stage Play: The Playboy of the Western World. Comedy (revival). Written by John Millington Synge. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Booth Theatre: 26 Oct 1946- 4 Jan 1947 (81 performances). Cast: Paul Anderson, Mary Diveny, Eithne Dunne, Julie Harris (as "Nelly"), Robin Humphrey, Fred Johnson, Sheila Keddy, J.M. Kerrigan (as "Michael James Flaherty"), Dennis King Jr., Barry Macollum, Burgess Meredith (as "Christy Mahon"), Mildred Natwick (as "Widow Quin"), J.C. Nugent, James O'Neill, Ford Rainey (as "Townsperson"), Maureen Stapleton (as "Sara Tansey"), Mary Lou Taylor, Mary Walker. Produced by Theatre Incorporated (Richard Aldrich: Managing Director).

(1952). Stage Play: The Grass Harp. Comedy.

(1957). Stage Play: The Waltz of the Toreadors. Comedy.

(1958). Stage Play: The Day the Money Stopped. Drama.

(1958). Stage Play: The Firstborn.

(1960). Stage Play: The Good Soup. Written by Félicien Marceau. Material adapted by Garson Kanin. Based on the original Paris production by André Barsacq. Directed by Garson Kanin and André Barsacq. Plymouth Theatre: 2 Mar 1960- 19 Mar 1960 (21 performances). Cast: Lou Antonio, Bill Becker, Hilda Brawner, Diane Cilento, Ruth Gordon (as "Marie-Paule I"), Pat Harrington Jr. (as "The Barman" and "The Second Tough"), George S. Irving, Sam Levene (as "Odilon"), Nicola Lubitsch, Barbara Lou Mattes, Jules Munshin (as "The Croupier"), John Myhers, Mildred Natwick (as "Marie-Paule's Mother," "Angele" and "Armand's Mother"), Charles Robinson (as "Jacquot"), Morgan Sterne, Ernest Truex (as "Monsieur Gaston" and "Joseph"), Sasha Von Scherler, Dorothy Whitney. Produced by David Merrick.

(1960). Stage Play: Critic's Choice. Comedy.

(1963). Stage Play: Barefoot in the Park. Comedy. Written by Neil Simon. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Directed by Mike Nichols. Biltmore Theatre: 23 Oct 1963- 25 Jun 1967 (1520 performances + 2 previews that began on 21 Oct 1963). Cast: Elizabeth Ashley (as "Corie Bratter"), Kurt Kasznar [final Broadway role] (as "Victor Velasco"), Mildred Natwick (as "Mrs. Banks"), Robert Redford [final Broadway role before concentrating on film career] (as "Paul Bratter"), Herbert Edelman (as "Telephone Man"), Joseph Keating (as "Delivery Man"). Standbys: E.J. Peaker (as "Corie Bratter"), Gene Rupert [Broadway debut] (as "Paul Bratter"). Understudies: Herb Edelman (as "Victor Velasco"), Ruth Gregory (as "Mrs. Banks"). Replacement actors during run: Ilka Chase [final Broadway role] (as "Mrs. Banks") [from 23 May 1966- ?], Joel Crothers (as "Paul Bratter") [from 29 Aug 1966- ?], Penny Fuller [Broadway debut] (as "Corie Bratter") [from 8 Jun 1964- ?], Eileen Heckart (as "Mrs. Banks") [from 20 Sep 1965- ?], Judd Hirsch [Broadway debut] (as "Telephone Man"), Charles Korvin [final Broadway role] (as "Victor Velasco") [from 20 Sep 1965- ?], Joan McCall (as "Corie Bratter") [from ? May 1967- 25 Jun 1967], Jules Munshin (as "Victor Velasco") [from 21 Feb 1966- ?], Stephen Pearlman (as "Telephone Man"), Robert Reed [Broadway debut] (as "Paul Bratter") [from 7 Sep 1964- ?], Tony Roberts [credited as Anthony Roberts] (as "Paul Bratter") [from 5 Apr 1965- ?], Wood Romoff [credited as Woody Romoff] (as "Victor Velasco"), Sylvia Sidney (as "Mrs. Banks") [from 4 Apr 1967- ?], Joan Van Ark [Broadway debut] (as "Corie Bratter") [from 23 May 1966- ?]. Standbys: Jed Allan (as "Paul Bratter"), Beverlee McKinsey (as "Corie Bratter"). Understudies: Joseph Keating (as "Victor Velasco"), Ruth Matteson [final Broadway role] (as "Mrs. Banks"). Produced by Arnold Saint Subber. Produced in association with Ellen Enterprises Inc. Note: Filmed as Barefoot in the Park (1967).

(1969). Stage Play: Our Town. Drama (revival).

(1971). Stage Play: 70, Girls, 70. Musical. Book by Fred Ebb and Norman L. Martin. Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Book adapted by Joe Masteroff. Based on the play "Breath of Spring" by Peter Coke. Musical Director: Oscar Kosarin. Vocal arrangements by Oscar Kosarin. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Dance arrangements by Dorothea Freitag. Associate Musical Dir.: Karen Gustafson. Choreographed by Onna White. Associate Choreographer: Martin Allen. Production Supervised by Stanley Prager [final Broadway credit]. Directed by Paul Aaron. Broadhurst Theatre: 15 Apr 1971- 15 May 1971 (35 performances + 9 previews that began on 7 Apr 1971). Cast: Hans Conried (as "Harry"), Mildred Natwick (as "Ida Dodd"), Lillian Roth (as "Gert"), Joey Faye (as "Detective Callahan"), Dorothea Freitag (as "Lorraine"), Lillian Hayman (as "Melba"), Henrietta Jacobson (as "Grandmother"), Gil Lamb (as "Walter"), Lucie Lancaster (as "Eunice"), Goldye Shaw (as "Fritzi") [Broadway debut], Coley Worth (as "Officer Kowalski"), Thomas Anderson (as "Ensemble Player"), Tommy Breslin (as "Eddie"), Robert G. Dare (as "Ensemble Player"), Sally De May (as "Ensemble Player"), Ruth Gillette (as "Ensemble Player"), Lloyd Harris (as "Ensemble Player"), Marjorie Leach (as "Ensemble Player"), Abby Lewis (as "Ensemble Player"), Steve Mills (as "Ensemble Player"), Naomi Price (as "Ensemble Player"), Beau Tilden (as "Ensemble Player"), Bobbie Tremain [credited as Bobbi Tremain] (as "Ensemble Player"), Jay Velie (as "Ensemble Player") [final Broadway role]. Produced by Arthur Whitelaw. Produced in association with Seth Harrison.

(1979). Stage Play: Bedroom Farce. Comedy/farce. Written by Alan Ayckbourn. Directed by Alan Ayckbourn and Peter Hall. Brooks Atkinson Theatre: 29 Mar 1979- 24 Nov 1979 (276 performances + 3 previews that began on 27 Mar 1979). Cast: Polly Adams (as "Jan"), Michael Gough (as "Ernest"), Joan Hickson (as "Delia"), Delia Lindsay (as "Susannah"), Susan Littler (as "Kate"), Stephen Moore (as "Trevor"), Derek Newark (as "Malcolm"), Michael Stroud (as "Nick"). Replacement actors:

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