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(1959). Stage Play: The Miracle Worker. Drama. Written by William Gibson. Directed by Arthur Penn. Playhouse Theatre: 19 Oct 1959- 1 Jul 1961 (719 performances). Cast: Anne Bancroft (as "Annie Sullivan"), Patty Duke (as "Helen Keller") [Broadway debut], Dale Ellen Bethea (as "Child"), Juanita Bethea (as "Mary"), Miriam Butler (as "Martha"), Kathleen Comegys (as "Aunt Ev"), James Congdon (as "James Keller"), Michael Constantine (as "Anagnos"), Roger De Koven (as "Doctor"), Caswell Fairweather (as "Percy"), Lori Heineman (as "Child"), Rita Levy (as "Child"), John Marriott (as "John"), Eileen Musumeci (as "Child"), Patricia Neal (as "Kate Keller") [final Broadway role], Donna Pastore (as "Child"), Beah Richards (as "Viney') [Broadway debut], Lynn Schoenfeld (as "Child"), Torin Thatcher (as "Captain Keller"). Understudies: Dale Ellen Bethea (as "Martha/Percy"), Juanita Bethea (as "Mary/Viney), Clarice Blackburn (as "Kate Keller"). Replacement actors during run: R.G. Armstrong (as "Captain Keller"), Mary Bell (as "Aunt Ev"), Dale Ellen Bethea (as "Martha"), Clarice Blackburn (as "Kate Keller"), Clifford Cothren (as "Doctor"), Candace Culkin (as "Child Jack Hollander (as "Anagnos/Doctor"), Karen Lee (as "Child"), Geoffrey Lumb (as "Captain Keller"), Suzanne Pleshette (as "Annie Sullivan"). Understudies: Clifford Cothren (as "Anagnos"), Candace Culkin (as "Helen Keller"), Jack Hollander (as "Anagnos/Captain Keller"), Ruth Hope (as "Aunt Ev"), Tresa Hughes (as "Annie Sullivan"), Karen Lee (as "Helen Keller"), Bronia Wheeler [credited as Bronia Stefan] (as "Annie Sullivan"). Notes: (1) Filmed by Playfilm Productions (distributed by United Artists) as The Miracle Worker (1962). (2) Ms. Pleashette subsequently appeared with the touring company in the same role.

Appeared in the comedy "Golden Fleecing" on Broadway as 'Julie'. The play opened on October 15, 1959 and ran for 84 performances.

(1957). Stage Play: Compulsion. Drama. Dramatization (Producer's Version) by Meyer Levin. Original Music by Cy Coleman. Musical Director: Cy Coleman. Scenic Design by Peter Larkin. Costume Design by John Boxer. Lighting Design by Charles Elson. Directed by Alex Segal. Ambassador Theatre: 24 Oct 1957- 22 Feb 1958 (140 performances). Cast: Roddy McDowall (as "Artie Straus"), Dean Stockwell (as "Judd Steiner [1924]"), Howard Da Silva (as "Horn, The Prosecuting Attorney"), Ben Astar (as "Charles Kessler/Dr. Allman"), Ina Balin (as "Ruth Goldenberg"), Helen Baron (as "Sandra Mannheimer"), Julian Barry (as "Willie Weiss"), James Bender (as "Tom Daly, A Reporter"), Joseph Beruh (as "A Prison Guard/A Drugstore Clerk/A Waiter/Danny Mines, A Reporter"), Michael Constantine (as "Al, Owner of a Speakeasy/Jonathan Wilk, The Defense Attorney"), Joan Croydon (as "Mrs. Straus"), Edward Cullen (as "Judge Matthewson"), Roger De Koven (as "Ferdinand Feldscher "), Reynolds Evans (as "Dr. Stauffer"), Chris Gampel (as "Judd Steiner [today]/Emil, The Steiners' Chauffeur"), Stefan Gierasch (as "Max Steiner"), Gerald Gordon (as "Sid Silver [today]/Sid Silver [1924]"), Mark Gordon (as "A Bartender/Prison Guard"), Lloyd Gough (as "Dr. McNarry"), Michael Gough (as "Dr. Ball"), James Greene (as "Mr. Farmer/Dr. Vincenti"), Ted Gunther (as "Swasey, A Detective"), Earl Hammond (as "James Straus"), Muriel Higgins (as "First Girl"), Bernard Lenrow (as "Judah Steiner Jr."), Barbara Loden (as "Myra Seligman"), John Marley (as "Mike Prager/Another Reporter"), Barbara Miners (as "Third Girl"), Gina Petrushka (as "Elsie Kessler"), Suzanne Pleshette (as "Fourth Girl"), James Ray (as "Lyman/A Third Reporter/Raphael Goetz"), Dorothy Raymond (as "A Medium/Aunt Bertha"), Patricia Roe (as "A Girl on the Telephone/Second Girl"), Luchino Solito de Solis (as "Billy Straus"), Paul Stevens (as "Padua, Assistant to the Prosecutor"), D.J. Sullivan (as "Milt Lewis"), Elliot Sullivan (as "McNamara, A Detective"), Maybelle Wright (as "Peg Sweet/A Newspaper Woman"), Ben Yaffee Oliver Steger"). Replacement actors: Joseph Beruh (as "Al, Owner of a Speakeasy"), Frank Conroy (as "Jonathan Wilk, The Defense Attorney"), Elizabeth Hubbard (as "Sandra Mannheimer/Third Girl"), Suzanne Pleshette (as "Ruth Goldenberg"). Produced by Michael Myerberg. Produced in association with Len S. Gruenberg. Note: This was a thinly veiled dramatization of the infamous Leopold-Leob murder. Filmed as Compulsion (1959).

(1958). Stage Play: The Cold Wind and the Warm. Drama. Written by S.N. Behrman. Suggested by his work, "The Worcester Account." Directed by Harold Clurman. Morosco Theatre: 8 Dec 1958- 21 Mar 1959 (120 performances). Cast: Sidney Armus, Sig Arno, Morris Carnovsky, Timmy Everett, Vincent Gardenia (as "Jim Nightengale"), Carol Grace, Sanford Meisner (as "Norbert Mandel"), Suzanne Pleshette (as "Leah"), Jada Rowland, Maureen Stapleton (as "Ida"), Peter Trytler, Eli Wallach. Produced by The Producers Theatre.

(1982). Stage Play: Special Occasions. Written by Bernard Slade. Scenic Design by David Jenkins. Directed by Gene Saks. Music Box Theatre: 7 Feb 1982 (1 performance + 26 previews that began on 15 Jan 1982). Cast: Richard Mulligan (as "Michael Ruskin"), Suzanne Pleshette (as "Amy Ruskin"), David Jay (as "Voice of Stephen"). Produced by Morton Gottlieb, Ben Rosenberg and Warren Crane. Associate Producer: Martin Cohen and Milly Schoenbaum. Produced in association with Thornhill Productions Inc. Note: Theatre Owned and operated by Irving Berlin [who had no direct involvement in the production] and The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman. Bernard B. Jacobs: President).

She was one of two finalists for the role of Louise/Gypsy in the original production of Gypsy.


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