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Performed on Broadway in the following productions:

The Winter's Tale (1946). Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Music by Anthony Bernard. Directed by Romney Brent and B. Iden Payne. Cort Theatre: 15 Jan 1946- 16 Feb 1946 (39 performances). Cast: Charles Atkin, Victor Beecroft, Michael Bey, Romney Brent, Buster Burnell, Maurice Cavell, Henry Daniell, Robert Duke, Denise Flynn, Charles A. Francis, Genevieve Frizell, Jennifer Howard, Philip Huston, Lionel Ince, Whitford Kane, Colin Keith-Johnston, Jessie Royce Landis, Frank Leslie, Lili Mann, Baldwin Mcgaw, Lucille Patton, David Powell, Jules Racine, Florence Reed, Kurt Richards, James Starbuck, Geraldine Stroock, Jo Van Fleet, Helen Wagner. Produced by Theatre Guild Shakespearean Company and Romney Brent.

The Whole World Over (1947). Comedy.

The Closing Door (1949). Melodrama. Written by Alexander Knox. Directed by Lee Strasberg. Empire Theatre: 1 Dec 1949- 17 Dec 1949 (22 performances). Cast: Ronald Alexander (as "Basil Johnson"), Lonny Chapman (as "Guard"), Eva Condon (as "Grandma"), Richard Derr Doctor Ed Harriman"), Jack Dimond (as "David Trahern"), Randolph Echols (as "Don"), Alexander Knox (as "Vail Trahern"), Doris Nolan (as "Norma Trahern") [final Broadway role], Alan Norman (as "Hector Trahern"), John Shellie (as "Ollie Stevenson"), Jo Van Fleet (as "Connie"). Produced by Cheryl Crawford.

King Lear (1950). Tragedy (revival).

Flight Into Egypt (1952). Drama.

Camino Real (1953). Drama.

The Trip to Bountiful (1953). Written by Horton Foote. Directed by Vincent J. Donehue. Henry Miller's Theatre: 3 Nov 1953- 5 Dec 1954 (39 performances). Cast: Lillian Gish (as "Mrs. Carrie Watts"), Gene Lyons, Eva Marie Saint (as "Thelma"), Jo Van Fleet (as "Jessie Mae Watts"), David Clive, Helen Cordes, Frederic Downs, Will Hare, Neil Laurence, Salem Ludwig, Patricia MacDonald, Frank Overton (as "Sheriff"). Produced by The Theatre Guild (Theresa Helpburn and Lawrence Langner, Administrative Directors. Armina Marshall. Associate Director) and Fred Coe.

Look Homeward, Angel (1957). Drama. Written by Ketti Frings. Based on the novel by Thomas Wolfe. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Motley. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Hair Design by Ernest Adler. Directed by George Roy Hill. Ethel Barrymore Theatre (moved to The 54th Street Theatre 9 Mar 1959- close): 28 Nov 1959- 4 Apr 1959 (564 performances). Cast: Hugh Griffith (as "W.O. Gant"), Anthony Perkins (as "Eugene Gant"), Jo Van Fleet (as "Eliza Gant"), Arthur Hill (as "Ben Gant"), Frances Hyland (as "Laura James"), Joseph Bernard, Clifford Cothren, Mary Farrell, Julia Johnston, Victor Kilian (as "Dr. McGuire"), Elizabeth Lawrence, Dwight Marfield, Rosemary Murphy, Bibi Osterwald (as "Madame Elizabeth"), Tom Flatley Reynolds, Jack Sheehan, Leonard Stone (as "Hugh Barton"), Arthur Storch (as "Luke Gant"), Florence Sundstrom (as "Mrs. Marie "Fatty" Pert"), Susan Torrey. Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden and Theatre 200, Inc. Note: Won 1958 Pulitzer Prize for Drama (Ketti Frings). Major Broadway hit.

The Glass Menagerie (1965). Drama (revival).


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