Appeared (as "Baby Love") in "The Grass Harp" on Broadway. Musical Comedy. Based upon the Truman Capote
novella, music composed by Claibe Richardson
, book / lyrics by Kenward Elmslie
. Directed by Adrian Hall
. NOTE: The initial professional out-of-town try-out month of performances was presented by the Trinity Square Repertory ...
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[on friend and actress Vivien Leigh
] Everything about that girl was sad. Except her talent. Nothing sad about that.
Elaine Stritch appeared on the Broadway stage in productions of "Goldilocks", "Sail-A-Way", "Company" and the Lincoln Center Philharmonic concert version of "Company". In "Sail-A-Way", she had a minor role, but in the out-of-town previews, Joe Layton talked Noel Coward into dropping the lead singer, combining Elaine's minor part with the leading role, turning it into Stritch's vehicle.
Hoarse gravelly voice