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(1999) Stage: Appeared on Broadway in Noël Coward's "Sail Away"

(1958) Stage: Appeared on Broadway in Noël Coward's "Sail Away"

(1997) Stage: Appeared on Broadway in Edward Albee's "A Delicate Balance"

(1970) Stage: Appeared on Broadway in Stephen Sondheim's "Company"

(1996) Stage: Appeared on Broadway in Oscar Hammerstein and Jerome Kern's "Show Boat"

(10/11/58-2/26/59) Stage: Appeared (as "Maggie Harris") in "Goldilocks" on Broadway. Directed by Walter Kerr. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre; 161 performances.

(1950s) Stage: Appeared on Broadway in 'Richard Rodgers (1950s)

(????) Stage: Understudy for Alla Nazimova's in "The Cherry Orchard" on Broadway.

(2/6/02-2/21/02) Stage: Appeared (as Herself) in "Elaine Stritch At Liberty" on Broadway. Constructed by John Lahr. Reconstructed by Elaine Stritch. Directed by George C. Wolfe. Neil Simon Theater; 11 performances.

(3/2/55-4/21/57) Stage: Appeared (as "Grace Hoylard") in "Bus Stop" on Broadway. Directed by Harold Clurman. Music Box Theatre; 478 performances.

(February 1998) Stage: Appeared in the Ethel Merman tribute concert "Doin What Comes Naturlly".

(9/05-10/05, 1/06-2/06) Stage: Appeared in a one-woman cabaret show, "At Home at the Carlyle", at the Cafe Carlyle, Carlyle Hotel, New York City.

(6/09-7/09) Stage: Appeared (as "Jeanette Burmeister") in the musical "The Full Monty", an adaptation of the film The Full Monty (1997), at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, NJ.

(10/11/54-'12/4/54) Stage: Appeared (as "Peggy Porterfield") in "On Your Toes" on Broadway. Directed by George Abbott. 46th Street Theatre; 64 performances.

(10/16/46-11/16/46) Stage: Appeared (as "Pamela Brewster") in "Loco" on Broadway. Directed by 'Jed Harris. Biltmore Theatre; 37 performances.

(2010) Stage: Appeared in "A Little Night Music" on Broadway (revival). Directed by Trevor Nunn. Walter Kerr Theater.

(1962) Stage: Appeared in "Sail Away", written / directed by Noël Coward. Savoy Theatre in London, England.

(1973) Stage: Appeared Tennessee Williams' play "Small Craft Warnings," at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with Peter Jones, George Pravda, Edward Judd and Frances de la Tour in the cast. Vivian Matalon was director.

(1974) Stage: Appeared in Neil Simon's play "The Gingerbread Lady," at the Phoenix Theatre in London, England, with Jenny Quayle and Luie Caballero in the cast.

(10/3/61-2/24/62) Stage: Appeared (as "Mimi Paragon") in "Sail Away". Directed by Noël Coward. Broadhurst Theatre; 167 performances.

(10/12/50-5/3/52) Stage: Appeared (as "Mimi Paragon") in "Call Me Madam". Directed by George Abbott. Imperial Theatre; 644 performances.

(1967) Stage: 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 Company at the Rhode Island School of Design Auditorium. The production was staged and directed by Adrian Hall. The cast included Barbara Baxley as "Dolly Heart Talbo", Carol Brice as the black maid "Catherine Creek", Carol Bruce as "Verena Talbo", Elaine Stritch as the evangelist Baby Love with her Miracle Show "heavenly Pride-'n-Joys." After the Trinity Square Repertory Company-Adrian Hall's "Grass Harp" production ended its out-of-town trial month run of performances, The New York Times, in a byline press release November 28, 1967, announced the opening Broadway performances of "The Grass Harp" for December 26, 1967. Larry Fineberg optioned the property for Broadway, with the same Providence Trinity Square Repertory Company casting, except signing Cass Elliot as Baby Love. Unable to raise financing, producer Fineberg's option was taken over by Richard Barr. The "Grass Harp" musical eventually opened for five previews that began on October 28, 1971, opening the 2nd of November, after seven performances, closed on Broadway the 6th of November, 1971.

(1990) Stage: Appeared in A.R. Gurney's play "Love Letters," at the Wyndham's Theatre in London, England, with George Peppard in the cast.

(1947) Stage: Appeared (as "Lucy Seward") in "Dracula", East Hampton, NY.

(1962-1964) Play, Drama, Original, Broadway: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; First Preview Oct 10, 1962 - total previews:6; Opening date: Oct 13, 1962 - closing date: May 16, 1964 - total performances 664; Billy Rose Theatre; Produced by Theater 1963 (Richard Barr, Clinton Wilder), A.B.W. Productions, Inc. & Pisces Productions, Inc.; Written by Edward Albee; Directed by Alan Schneider; Production Design by William Rittman; Business Manager Michael Goldreyer; Assistant to the Manager Michael Kasdan; Production Stage Manager: Mark Wright; Stage Manager: Arthur Pepine & Richard d'Anjou; Cast as follows: Uta Hagen as Martha; Arthur Hill as George; Melinda Dillon (Broadway debut) as Honey; George Gizzard as Nick; Bill Berger (for matinée performances and alternate) as Nick; Avra Petrides (for matinée performances and alternate) as Honey; Kate Reid (for matinée performances and alternate) as Martha; replaced by Elaine Stritch (for matinée performances only) as Martha; Shepperd Strudwick (for matinée performances and alternate) as George; Standby: James Karen (George, Nick) and Michaele Myers (Honey, Martha).

(1956) She acted in William Inge's play, "Bus Stop," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Barbara Baxley in the cast.

(June 9, 1952) She acted in Russel Crouse and Howard Lindsay's musical, "Call Me Madam," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.

(November 22, 1971) She played Joanne in the musical, "Company," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with George Chakiris (Robert); Louisa Flanigam, Robert Goss, Marian Hailey, Del Hinkley, Ann Johnson, Jane A. Johnston, Bobbi Jordan, Carolyn Kirsch, Gary Krawford, Bernie McInerney, Marti Stevens, and George Wallace in the cast. Stephen Sondheim wrote the music and lyrics. George Furth wrote the book. Boris Arnson was set designer. D.D. Ryan was costume designer. Michael Bennett was choreographer. Harold Prince was director.

(1982-1983 Season) She acted in Noel Coward's play, "Suite in Two Keys," at he Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Barry Nelson and Betsy Palmer in the cast. Richard Barr was director. Helen Pond and Herbert Senn were scenic designers. Deirdre A. Taylor was lighting designer. Guy Geoly was costume designer.

(June 1956) She acted in William Inge's play, "Bus Stop," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Barbara Baxley in the cast.

(April 8 to 27, 2003) She acted in her revue, "Elaine Stritch at Liberty," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California. John Lahr and she were developers. George C. Wolfe was director.


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