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(1942- 1975). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1942). Stage Play: This Is the Army. Musical revue. Music by Irving Berlin. Book by James McColl and Irving Berlin. Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Musical Director: Milton Rosenstock [earliest Broadway credit]. Dialogue for Minstrel Show by Pvt. Jack Mendelsohn, Pfc. Richard Burdick and Pvt. Tom McDonnell. Music arrangements for dances by Pvt. Melvin Pahl. Scenic Design and Costume Design by Pvt. John Koenig. Choreographed by Cpl. Nelson Barclift and Sgt. Robert Sidney. Additional direction by Joshua Logan. Military Formations by Chester O'Brien. Directed by Sgt. Ezra Stone. Broadway Theatre: 4 Jul 1942- 26 Sep 1942 (113 performances). Cast: Pvt. Juss Addiss, Alan Anderson, Arthur Atkins, Pvt. Leonard Berchman, Gene Nelson [credited as Eugene Leander Berg] (Broadway debut), Sgt. Irving Berlin, Dick Bernie, Pvt. Howard Brooks, Marion Brown, Peter J. Burns, Joe Bush, Pvt. Samuel Carr, Pvt. Stewart Churchill, Joe Cook Jr., Pvt. Belmonte Cristiani, Cpl. James A. Cross, Pvt. Louis de Milhau, Ross Elliott, Derek Fairman, Pvt. Ray Goss, Dan Healy, Hank Henry, William Home, Richard Irving, Burl Ives, Fred Kelly, Harold J. Kennedy, Pvt. Robert Kinne, Alan Manson, Pvt. Ralph Margelssen, James McColl, Sgt. John Mendes, Pvt. Gary Merrill, Pvt. Pinkie Mitchell, Robert Moore, John Murphy, Peter O'Neill, Pvt. Jules Oshins, Earl Oxford, Tileston Perry, Pvt. William Pillich, Richard Reeves, Jack Riano, William Roerick, Hayden Rorke, Pfc. Anthony Ross, Louis Salmon, Robert Shanley, Sgt. Robert Sidney, Sgt. Arthur Steiner, Sgt. Ezra Stone, The Allon Trio, Philip Truex, Norman Van Emburgh, Pvt. Claude Watson, Pvt. Larry Weeks, Pvt. William Wykoff. Produced by Uncle Sam (U.S. Government).

(1948). Stage Play: Lend an Ear. Musical revue. Music by Charles Gaynor. Lyrics by Charles Gaynor. Book by Charles Gaynor. Additional sketches by Joseph Stein, Will Glickman. Additional arrangements by George Bauer. Musical Staging by Gower Champion. Scenic Design by Raoul Pene Du Bois. Directed by Hal Gerson. National Theatre (moved to The Broadhurst Theatre from 21 Feb 1949- 8 Oct 1949, then moved to The Shubert Theatre from 10 Oct 1949- 29 Oct 1949, then moved to The Mansfield Theatre from 31 Oct 1949- close): 16 Dec 1948- 21 Jan 1950 (460 performances). Cast: Yvonne Adair (as "The Secretary Who Sings, I'm Not in Love/Henry Jones' Mother, Friday Dancing Class/Ginger O'Toole, The Gladiola Girl/The Tourist, Santo Domingo/The Secretary Who Sings, I'm Not in Love/Ginger O'Toole, The Gladiola Girl/The Tourist, Santo Domingo/Miss Bridey, Friday Dancing Class/"Who Hit Me?" Singer") [Broadway debut], Anne Renee Anderson (as "The Patient, Neurotic You and Psychopathic Me/Singer/Girl, "The Gladiola Girl"/Mathilda, Words Without Song"), Dorothy Babb (as "The Girl in "Give Your Heart a Chance to Sing," Give Your Heart a Chance to Sing/Girl, "The Gladiola Girl"/Dancer/The Girl in "Give Your Heart a Chance to Sing," Give Your Heart a Chance to Sing/The Girl in "Friday Dancing Class"/"Molly O'Reilly" Dancer/Girl/"The Gladiola Girl"), Carol Channing (as "Wife, Power of the Press/Girl, "The Gladiola Girl"/Singer/Mrs. Playgoer, All the World's/The Countess, Words Without Song/Henry Jones' Mother, Friday Dancing Class/Wife, Power of the Press/"Three Little Queens of the Silver Screen," Singer/Girl, The Gladiola Girl"/Mrs. Playgoer, All the World's/The Countess, Words Without Song"), Al Checco, Peter Conlow, Robert Dixon, William Eythe, Nancy Franklin, Antoinette Guhlke, Hal Hackett, George Hall, Gloria Hamilton, Bob Herget, Beverly Hosie, Jenny Lou Law, Betty Low, Arthur Maxwell, Tommy Morton, Gene Nelson, Bob Scheerer, William Skipper, Jeanine Smith, Lee Stacy, Larry Stewart, Bill Woods. Produced by William R. Katzell, Franklin Gilbert, William Eythe.

(1972). Stage Play: Follies. Musical/drama. Written by Stephen Sondheim. Note: Mr. Nelson was nominated for a Tony Award as Best Featured Actor.

(1974). Stage Play: Good News. Musical comedy (revival).

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