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  • (1941) Stage: Appeared (as "Blind Date"; Broadway debut) in "Best Foot Forward" on Broadway. Musical. Book by John Cecil Holm. Music / lyrics by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane. Music orchestrated by Don Walker and Hans Spialek. Overture by Robert Russell Bennett. Scenic Design / Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Miles White. Choreographed by Gene Kelly. Directed / produced by George Abbott. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 1 Oct 1941-4 Jul 1942 (326 performances). Cast: Buddy Allen, June Allyson (as "Minerva"), Van Atkins, John Balian, Wilbur Baron, Eileen Barton, Kenneth Bowers, Frances Bryan, Kenneth Buffett, Maureen Cannon, Marianne Cude, Danny Daniels, Richard Dick, 'Tommy Dix' (qv_, Stanley Donen (as "Ensemble" / "Dancing Boy"), Dorothy Eden, Peggy Anne Ellis, Bee Farnum, Mary Ganley, Harvey Gould, Barbara Grant, Robert Griffith, Ann Guier, Kay Guier, Bobby Harrell, Roger Hewlett, Rhoda Hoffman, Carol Horton, Beverly Hosier, Gil Johnson, Jack Jordan Jr., Perry Jubelirer, Terry Kelly, Rosemary Lane (as "Gale Joy"; only Broadway role), Stuart Langley, Norma Lehn, Eugene Martin, Marty May, Betty McCloskey, Elaine Miller, Betty Anne Nyman, Billy Parsons, Kaye Popp, Penny Porter, Lee Roberts, Renee Rochelle, Marilyn Ross, Rosemary Schaefer, Rose Marie Schiller, Victoria Schools, Audrey Sperling, George Staisey, Gil Stratton, Buddy Styles, Lenore Thomas, Elmer Vernon, Fleming Ward (as "Dr. Reeber"), Art Williams, Lou Wills Jr., Doris York, Vincent York.
  • (1944) Stage: Appeared (as "Hildy Esterhazy") in "On the Town" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music by / additional lyrics by Leonard Bernstein. Book / Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Based on an idea by / choreographed by Jerome Robbins. Music orchestrated by Leonard Bernstein, Hershy Kay, Don Walker, Elliott Jacoby and Ted Royal. Musical Director: Max Goberman. Production Design by Oliver Smith. Costume Design by Alvin Colt. Lighting Design by Sam Amdurs. Directed by George Abbott. Adelphi Theatre (moved to The 44th Street Theatre from 4 Jun 1945-28 Jul 1945, then moved to The Martin Beck Theatre from 30 Jul 1945-close): 28 Dec 1944-2 Feb 1946 (462 performances). Cast: Sono Osato (as "Ivy Smith"), Cris Alexander (as "Chip"), John Battles (as "Gabey"), Robert Chisholm (as "Pitkin W. Bridgework"), Betty Comden (as "Claire DeLoone"), Adolph Green (as "Ozzie"), Ray Harrison (as "The Great Lover"), Susan Steell (as "Madame Maude P. Dilly"), Sam Adams (as "Musician" / "Singing Ensemble"), Maxine Arnold (as "Little Old Lady"), Aza Bard (as "Dance Ensemble"), Larry Bolton (as "Bill Poster"), Remo Bufano (as "Figment"), Shirley Ann Burton (as "Singing Ensemble"), John Butler (as "Dance Ensemble"), Frances Cassard (as "Voice" / "Singer (#2)" / "Singing Ensemble"), Lyle Clark (as "Sailor" / "Dance Ensemble"), Richard D'Arcy (as "Tom" / "Sailor in Blue" / "Dance Ensemble"), Carle Eberle (as "Street Sweeper" / "Passerby" / "Dance Ensemble"), Malka Farber (as "Lady in Red" / "Dance Ensemble"), Nelle Fisher (as "High School Girl" / "Night Club Patron" / "Dance Ensemble"), Cyprienne Gabelman (as "Girl in Green" / "First Ballet Girl" / "Dance Ensemble"), Barbara Gaye (as "3rd Ballet Girl" / "Dance Ensemble"), Jeanne Gordon (as "Spanish Singer" / "Singing Ensemble"), Herbert Greene (as "3rd Workman" / "Musician" / "Waiter" / "Conductor" / Singing Ensemble"), Jean Handy (as "Dance Ensemble"), Ray Harrison (as "Dance Ensemble"), Melvin Howard (as "Singing Ensemble"), Lonny Jackson (as "Policeman" / "Singing Ensemble"), Dorothy Johnson (as "Singer" / "Singing Ensemble"), Lila King (as "Singing Ensemble"), Marion Kohler (as "Flossie's Friend" / "Singing Ensemble"), Frances Lager (as "Singing Ensemble"), Robert Lorenz (as "Rajah Bimmy" / "Singing Ensemble"), Florence MacMichael (as "Flossie"), Douglas Matheson (as "Dance Ensemble"), Allyn Ann McLerie (as "2nd Ballet Girl" / "Doll Girl" / "Dance Ensemble"), Dorothy McNichols (as "Dance Ensemble"), Virginia Miller (as "Dance Ensemble"), Frank Milton (as "2nd Workman" / "Announcer" / Master of Ceremonies" / "Singing Ensemble"), Frank Neal (as "Dance Ensemble"), Lavina Nielsen (as "Girl in Yellow" / "Shawl Girl" / "Dance Ensemble"), Duncan Noble (as "Dance Ensemble"), Regina Owens (as "Singing Ensemble"), Alice Pearce (as "Lucy Schmeeler"), Ben Piazza (as "Boy" / "Dance Ensemble"), James Flash Riley (as "Dance Ensemble"), Marten Sameth (as "Workman" / "Actor" / "Singing Ensemble"), Milton Taubman (as "S. Uperman" / "Singing Ensemble"), Roger Treat (as "Policeman" / "Singing Ensemble"), Benjamin Trotman (as "Singing Ensemble"), Atty Vandenberg (as "Dance Ensemble"), Royce Wallace (as "Dance Ensemble"), Don Weissmuller (as "Sailor"), Frank Westbrook (as "Andy" / "Boy" / "Dance Ensemble"). Replacement cast during Adelphi Theatre run: Stuart Allen (as "Bill Poster"), Helen Franklin (as "Girl in Yellow"), Henry Sherwood (as "Figment"; remained through 44th Theatre run). Replacement cast during Martin Beck Theatre run: Sam Adams (as "Rajah Bimmy"), Van Atkins (as "Singing Ensemble"), Oakley Bailey (as "Policeman" / "Singing Ensemble"), Aza Bard (as "Shawl Girl"), John Battles (as "Gabey"), Clara Cordery (as "Dance Ensemble"), Zamah Cunningham (as "Madame Maude P. Dilly"), Lee Edwards (as "Singing Ensemble"), Helen Franklin (as "Dance Ensemble" / "Doll Girl" / "Girl in Yellow" / "Shawl Girl"), Patricia Hosley (as "Singing Ensemble"), Jean Houloose (as "Dance Ensemble"), Bobby Johnson (as "Dance Ensemble"), Jack Kauflin (as "Dance Ensemble"), Lila King (as "Flossie's Friend"), Marion Kohler (as "Flossie/Flossie's Friend"), Welland Lathrop (as "Dance Ensemble"), Florence MacMichael (as "Flossie"), Allyn Ann McLerie (as "Ivy Smith"), Virginia Miller (as "2nd Ballet Girl"), Tom Morgan (as "Singing Ensemble"), Lee Morrison (as "Dance Ensemble"), Regina Owens (as "Spanish Singer"), Charles Rhyner (as "Bill Poster" / "S. Uperman"), Ruth Riekman (as "Dance Ensemble"), Marten Sameth (as "Singing Ensemble" / "Gabey"), Joshua Shelley (as "Ozzie"), Henry Sherwood (as "Figment"), Kathleen Stanley (as "Singing Ensemble"), Johnny Stearns (as "S. Uperman"), Bill Weaver (as "Andy" / "Boy" / "Dance Ensemble"), Ruth Webb (as "Claire DeLoone"), Parker Wilson (as "Dance Ensemble"). Produced by Oliver Smith and Paul Feigay. NOTES: (1) Filmed as On the Town (1949). (2) Nancy Walker re-created the role of Hildy the taxi driver in a 1961 studio cast recording featuring other original cast members Betty Comden, Adolph Green and Chris Alexander.
  • (1947) Stage: Appeared (as "Yetta Samovar") in "Barefoot Boy With Cheek" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music by Sidney Lippman. Lyrics by Sylvia Dee. Book by Max Shulman based on his novel. Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin. Music orchestrated by Philip Lang. Musical Director: Milton Rosenstock. Assistant Vocal arrangements: Buster Davis (credited as Bus Davis; earliest Broadway credit). Scenic Design / Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Alvin Colt. Assistant to Jo Mielziner: John Harvey. Choreographed by Richard Barstow. Directed / produced by George Abbott. Martin Beck Theatre: 3 Apr 1947-5 Jul 1947 (108 performances). Cast: Betty Abbott (as "Singer"), Jerry Austen (as "Kermit McDermott"), Adrienne Aye, James Bowie, Harvey Braun (as "Singer"), Solen Burry (as "Boris Fiveyearplan"), Red Buttons (as "Shyster Fiscal"), Dean Campbell (as "Singer"), Jean Marie Caples (as "Dancer"), Mary Lee Carrell (as "Singer"), Leonard Claret (as "Dancer"), Carol Coleman (as "Singer"), Philip Coolidge, Douglas Deane (as "Dancer"), Robert Edwin (as "Singer"), Cpl. Tommy Farrell (as "Muskie Pike"), Beverly Fite (as "Singer"), Nell Foster (as "Singer"), Nathaniel Frey (as "Second Band Member" / "Singer"), Harris Gondell (as "First Band Member" / "Singer"), June Graham (as "Dancer"), Ellen Hanley (as "Clothilde Pfefferkorn"), Mary Bly Harwood (as "Dancer"), Patrick Kingdon (as "Freshman"), Ray Kirchner (as "Dancer"), Marion Kohler (as "Singer"), James Lane, Gay Laurence (as "Singer"), John Laverty (as "Dancer"), John Leslie (as "Singer"), Louisa Lewis (as "Dancer"), Marcia Maier (as "Dancer"), Abbe Marshall (as "Singer"), Ellen Martin (as "Singer"), Dusty McCaffrey (as "Dancer"), Benjamin Miller, Ray Morrissey (as "Singer"), Ben Murphy, Robert Neukum (as "Singer"), David Newman (as "Dancer"), Audrey Peters (as "Dancer"), Alfred Porter, Tommy Randall (as "Dancer"), William Redfield (credited as Billy Redfield; as "Asa Hearthrug"), Walter Rinner (as "Singer"), Marten Sameth (as "Playwright" / "Singer"), Jean Sincere (as "Singer"), Shirley Van (as "Peggy Hepp"), Pamela Ward (as "Singer"), Billie Lou Watt, Loren Welch, Jack Williams, Doris York (as "Dancer"). Replacement actor: Joshua Shelley (as "Shyster Fiscal").
  • (1948) Stage: Appeared (as "Lily Malloy") in "Look, Ma, I'm Dancin'!" on Broadway. Music by / lyrics by / Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin. Book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Ballet arrangements by Trude Rittman. Musical Director: Pem Davenport. Assistant to Hugh Martin: Buster Davis. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Choreographed by / directed by Jerome Robbins and George Abbott (also producer). Conceived by Jerome Robbins. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Adelphi Theatre: 29 Jan 1948-10 Jul 1948 (188 performances). Cast: Sandra Deel (as "Suzy"), Virginia Gorski (as "Snow White"), Robert H. Harris (as "F. Plancek"), Harold Lang (as "Eddie Winkler"), Don Liberto (as "Wotan"), Alexander March (as "Vladimir Luboff"), Alice Pearce (as "Dusty Lee"), Tommy Rall (as "Tommy"), Janet Reed (as "Ann Bruce"), Katharine Sergava (as "Tanya Drinskaya"), Loren Welch (as "Larry"), Margaret Banks (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Forest Bonshire (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Dean Campbell (as "Bell Boy" / "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Bruce Cartwright (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Raul Celada (as "Tanya's Partner" / "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Leonard Claret (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Virginia Conwell (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Julie Curtis (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), 'Richard D'Arcy' (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Charles Dickson (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Clare Duffy (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Nina Frenkin (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), June Graham (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Patricia Hammerlee (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Mary Bly Harwood (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Priscilla Hathaway (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Eddie Hodge (as "Mr. Ferbish"), Eric Kristen (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Ina Kurland (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), James Lane (as "Mr. Gleeb"), Douglas Luther (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Bettye McCormick (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Gloria Patrice (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), James Pollack (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Dorothy Pyren (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Walter Rinner (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Herbert Ross (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Marten Sameth (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Dan Sattler (as "Stage Manager"), Walter Stane (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Gisella Svetlik (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Robert Tucker (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"). Understudies: Margaret Banks (as "Ann Bruce"), Forest Bonshire (as "Wotan"), Dean Campbell (as "Larry"), Leonard Claret (as "Eddie Winkler"), Sandra Deel (as "Lily Malloy"), Nina Frenkin (as "Tanya Drinskaya"), Eddie Hodge (as "Mr. Gleeb"), Eric Kristen (as "Tommy"), Bettye McCormick (as "Dusty Lee"), Gloria Patrice (as "Snow White"), Walter Rinner (as "Stage Manager"), Herbert Ross (as "Vladimir Luboff") and Marten Sameth (as "F. Plancek"). Replacement cast: Betty Lou Barto (as "Lily Malloy"), Richard D'Arcy (as "Tanya's Partner"), Marie Foster (as "Dusty Lee"), Eric Kristen (as "Tommy").
  • (1949) Stage: Appeared (as "Fifth Avenue" / "Ensemble" / ""iss Herkimer, Sweet Surrender" / "Santo Dinero" Performer / "Counter Girl, What's in the Middle?" / "Chant D'Amour" Singer / "Vacation in the Store" Performer / "Daisy, Murder on Fifth Avenue" / "If This Is Glamour!" Singer") in "Along Fifth Avenue" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by / Musical arrangements by / Vocal Arrangements by Gordon Jenkins. Sketches by Charles Sherman and Nat Hiken. Lyrics by Tom Adair. Additional music / lyrics by Richard Stutz, Milton Pascal and Nat Hiken. Musical Director: Irving Actman. Musical Staging by Robert Sidney. Additional direction by Charles Friedman. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Costume Design by David Ffolkes. Lighting Design by Peggy Clark. Assistant to Mr. Ffolkes: Frank Thompson. Broadhurst Theatre (moved to The Imperial Theatre from 21 Feb 1949-close): 13 Jan 1949-18 Jun 1949 (180 performances. Cast: Carol Bruce (as "Fifth Avenue" Ensemble / "The Best Time of Day" Singer / "First Couple, I Love Love in New York" / "Weep No More" Singer / "Vacation in the Store" Performer / Girl in "Call It Applefritters" / Mrs. Ashton, "Murder on Fifth Avenue"), Jackie Gleason (as "Fifth Avenue" Ensemble / Patient, "The Fifth Avenue Label" / The Fugitive, "The Fugitive From Fifth Avenue" / Customer, "What's in the Middle?" / "Vacation in the Store" Performer / Inspector Mahoney, "Murder on Fifth Avenue"), Hank Ladd (as "Fifth Avenue" Ensemble / Gentleman, "Mr. Rockefeller Builds His Dream House" / Boy in "Call It Applefritters"), Ted Allison (as "Model, The Fifth Avenue Label / Legionnaire, "The Fugitive From Fifth Avenue" / Butler, "Murder on Fifth Avenue"), Harry Asmus (as Boy in "A Window on the Avenue" / Man, Skyscraper Blues, Boy in "I Love Love in New York" / Dancer"), Franca Baldwin (as "Young Girl, Skyscraper Blues / Girl in "I Love Love in New York" / Dancer"), Dick Bernie (as "Fifth Avenue" Ensemble / Mr. Higgins, Sweet Surrender / Doctor, The Fifth Avenue Label / Legionnaire, The Fugitive From Fifth Avenue / Other Customer, What's in the Middle? / Detective, Murder on Fifth Avenue"), Judyth Burroughs (as "Fifth Avenue" Ensemble / Pam, A Trip Doesn't Care at All"), Ted Cappy (as "Dancer"), Tessie Carrano (as "Street Walker, Skyscraper Blues / Dancer / Trio, Vacation in the Store"), Leonard Claret (as "Other Customer, What's in the Middle? / Singer"), Joan Coburn (as "Singer"), John Coy (as "Fifth Avenue" Ensemble / Second Couple, I Love Love in New York / Hoofer, Challenge / "Vacation in the Store" Performer"), Robert De Voye (as "Dancer,") Dante Di Paolo (as "The Best Time of Day" Singer / Man, Skyscraper Blues / Boy in "I Love Love in New York" / Dancer"), Cece Eames (as "Dancer"), Viola Essen (as "Fifth Avenue" Ensemble / Girl in "Skyscraper Blues" / "Santo Dinero" Performer / Ballerina, Challenge"), Shellie Farrell (as Girl in "A Window on the Avenue", Window on the Avenue / Young Girl, Skyscraper Blues / Girl in "I Love Love in New York" / Dancer"), Virginia Gorski (as "Fifth Avenue" Singer / Second Couple, I Love Love in New York / "Vacation in the Store" Performer"), Gloria Hayden (as "Trio,Vacation in the Store / Singer"), Marian Horosko (as Girl in "A Window on the Avenue", A Window on the Avenue / Lover, Skyscraper Blues / Girl in "I Love Love in New York" / Dancer"), Gretchen Houser (as Girl in "A Window on the Avenue", A Window on the Avenue / Street Walker, Skyscraper Blues / Girl in "I Love Love in New York" / Dancer"), George S. Irving (as "Fifth Avenue" Ensemble / Mr. Farquarhar, Sweet Surrender / Insurance Adjuster, The Fifth Avenue Label / Legionnaire, The Fugitive From Fifth Avenue / Manager, What's in the Middle? / Dr. Brown, Murder on Fifth Avenue"), Louise Kirtland (as "Fifth Avenue" Ensemble"), Lee Krieger (as "Fifth Avenue" Ensemble / Ambulance Driver, The Fifth Avenue Label / Hurdy-gurdy Man, I Love Love in New York / Captain, The Fugitive From Fifth Avenue / "Santo Dinero" Performer / Other Customer, What's in the Middle? / Guide, Mr. Rockefeller Builds His Dream House / "Vacation in the Store" Performer"), Howard Malone (as "Boy in "A Window on the Avenue / Boy in "I Love Love in New York" / Dancer"), Joyce Matthews (as "Fifth Avenue" Ensemble / Nurse, The Fifth Avenue Label / Assistant Counter Girl, What's in the Middle? / Mrs. Schuyler, Murder on Fifth Avenue"), Candace Montgomery (as "Trio, Vacation in the Store / Singer"), Carol Nelson (as Girl in "I Love Love in New York" / Dancer"), Bob Neukum (as "The Best Time of Day" Singer / Singer"), Tina Prescott (as "Trio, Vacation in the Store / Singer"), Dorothy Pyren (as "Singer"), Ken Renner (as "The Best Time of Day" Singer / Model, The Fifth Avenue Label / Singer"), Donald Richards (as "Fifth Avenue" Ensemble / "Skyscraper Blues" Singer / First Couple, I Love Love in New York / "Vacation in the Store" Performer / Philip Ashton, Murder on Fifth Avenue / Chris, A Trip Doesn't Care at All"), Janet Sayers (as "Street Walker, Skyscraper Blues / Girl in "I Love Love in New York" / Dancer"), Wallace Seibert (as "Fifth Avenue" Ensemble / Boy in "A Window on the Avenue" / A Window on the Avenue / Lover, Skyscraper Blues / Boy in "I Love Love in New York" / "Santo Dinero" Performer / "Vacation in the Store" Performer / Dancer"), Bert Sheldon (as "The Best Time of Day" Singer / Assistant Manager, What's in the Middle? / Singer"), Zachary Solov (as "Fifth Avenue" Ensemble / Window Dresser, A Window on the Avenue / Boy in "Skyscraper Blues" / Boy in "I Love Love in New York" / "Santo Dinero" Performer / "Vacation in the Store" Performer / Dancer"), Walter Stane (as "Model, The Fifth Avenue Label / Man, Skyscraper Blues / Boy in "I Love Love in New York" / Dancer"), Lucille Udovich (credited as Lucille Udovick; (as "Singer"). Replacement actors: during Broadhurst Theatre run: Ted Allison (as "Singer"). During Imperial Theatre run: Franca Baldwin (as "Girl in "A Window on the Avenue" / A Window on the Avenue"), Robert De Voye (as "Fifth Avenue" Ensemble / "Santo Dinero" Performer / "Vacation in the Store" Performer / Boy in "A Window on the Avenue" / A Window on the Avenue / Boy in "I Love Love in New York" / Lover, Skyscraper Blues"), Cece Eames (as "Girl in "I Love Love in New York"), Hayes Gordon (as "Fifth Avenue" Ensemble / "Skyscraper Blues" Singer / "Vacation in the Store" Performer / Chris, A Trip Doesn't Care at All / First Couple, I Love Love in New York"; final Broadway role), Betty Kean, Jane Kean, Lee Krieger (as "Philip Ashton, Murder on Fifth Avenue"), Janet Sayers (as "Young Girl, Skyscraper Blues"), Evelyn Ward. Produced by Arthur Lesser.
  • (1952) Stage: Appeared (as "Gladys Bumps"; replacement actor) in "Pal Joey" on Broadway. Musical comedy (revival). Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Book by John O'Hara. Special orchestrations by Don Walker. Musical Director: Max Meth. Ballet arrangements by Oscar Kosarin. Original orchestrations by Hans Spialek. Broadhurst Theatre: 3 Jan 1952-18 Apr 1953 (540 performances). Cast: Harold Lang (as "Joey Evans"), Vivienne Segal (as "Vera Simpson"), Helen Gallagher (as "Gladys Bumps"), Lionel Stander (as "Ludlow Lowell"), Harry Asmus (as "Dancer"), Eleanor Boleyn (as "Sandra" / "Dancer"), Lewis Bolyard (as "Louis, The Tenor"), Bonnie Brae (as "Dancer"), Hank Brunjes (as "Dancer"; Broadway debut), Phyllis Dorne (as "Mickey" / "Dancer"), Eleanor Fairchild (as "Dancer"), Robert Fortier (as "Victor"), Jean Goodall (as "Dancer"), Clarke Gordon (as "Stage Manager"), T.J. Halligan (as "Commissioner O'Brien"), Peter Holmes (as "Dancer"), Patty Ann Jackson (as "Dancer"), Lynn Joelson (as "Dottie" / "Dancer"), Helene Keller (as "Dancer"), Frances Krell (as "Diane" / "Dancer"), Ray Kyle (as "Dancer"), Ina Learner (as "Dancer" / "Janet"), Ethel Martin (as "Dancer" / "Fraser"), George Martin (as "Waiter" / "Dancer"), June McCain (as "Dancer"), Buzz Miller (as "Dancer"), David Neuman (as "Dancer"), Barbara Nichols (as "Valerie"), Pat Northrop (as "Linda English"), Gloria O'Malley (as "Francine" / "Dancer"), Gordon Peters (as "Ernest"), Barry Ryan (as "Delivery Boy"), Stanley Simmons (as "Dancer"), Elaine Stritch (as "Melba Snyder"), Thelma Tadlock (as "Amarilla" / "Dancer"), Rita Tanno (as "Adele" / "Dancer"), Norma Thornton (as "Dancer"), George Vosburgh (as "Dancer"), Janyce Ann Wagner (as "Agnes" / "Dancer"), Jack Waldron (as "Mike Spears"), Helen Wood (as "Kid"). Understudies: Reed Allyn (as "Commissioner O'Brien" / "Ernest"), Bob Fosse (as "Joey Evans"), T.J. Halligan (as "Mike Spears" / "The Tenor"), Patty Ann Jackson (as "Kid"), Lynn Joelson (as "Gladys Bumps") and David Neuman (as "Victor"). Replacement actors: Reed Allyn (as "Stage Manager"), Aleen Buchanan (as "Dancer"), Rita Charise (as "Dancer"), Jean Goodall (as "Sandra"), Jean Harris (as "Dancer"), Helene Keller (as "Dolores"), John Kheun (as "Delivery Boy"), Mary Martinet (as "Dancer"), Betty O'Neil (as "Melba Snyder"), Nina Starkey (as "Dancer"), Carol Stevens (as "Ensemble"), Norma Thornton (as "Kid"). Understudies: Dick Bernie (as "Ludlow Lowell"), Aleen Buchanan (as "Melba Snyder"), Leonard Claret (as "Joey Evans"), Betty Gillett (as "Linda English"), Holly Harris (as "Vera Simpson"), Helene Keller (as "Valerie"). Produced by Jule Styne and Leonard Key. Produced in association with Anthony B. Farrell. NOTES: 1) One of the most successful revivals of the 1950's. 2) Filmed as Pal Joey (1957).
  • (1956) Stage: Appeared in "Phoenix '55" on Broadway.
  • (1956) Stage: Appeared in "Fallen Angels" on Broadway. Comedy (revival).
  • (1970-90) TV commercials: Appeared (as "Rosie the Waitress") in commercials for Bounty Paper Towels. NOTE: She almost single-handedly made the product's slogan, "The Quicker Picker Upper," a common catchphrase.
  • (1966) Stage: Directed "UTBU" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by James Kirkwood Jr.. Helen Hayes Theatre: 4 Jan 1966-8 Jan 1966 (7 performances + 15 previews that began on 27 Dec 1965). Cast: Tom Aldredge (as "Eugene Boyer"), Cathryn Damon (as "Anastasia Amber"), Constance Ford (as "Valerie Rogers"; final Broadway role), Margaret Hamilton (as "Connie Tufford"), Susan Priolo (as "Miss Rogers"), Tony Randall (as "J. Francis Amber"), Doris Rich (as "Madge Kempton"), Thelma Ritter (as "Shirley Amber"), Alan Webb (as "William Uggims"), Clyde Williams (as "Jimmy Newton"). Understudies: Tom Aldredge (as "J. Francis Amber" / "William Uggims"), Laurinda Barrett (as "Anastasia Amber" / "Valerie Rogers"), Trudy Bordoff (as "Miss Rogers"), Mary Farrell (as "Connie Tufford" / "Madge Kempton" / "Shirley Amber"), Charles Gray (as "Eugene Boyer"), Valdo Williams (as "Jimmy Newton"). Produced by Lyn Austin. Associate Producer: Bruce W. Stark.
  • (1960) Stage: Appeared in (as "Kay Cram") in "Do Re Mi" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Book by / Directed by Garson Kanin. Music by Jule Styne. Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Musical Director: Lehman Engel. Music orchestrated by Luther Henderson. Vocal arrangements / vocal direction by Buster Davis. Dance arrangements by David Baker. Choreographed by Marc Breaux, Deedee Wood. Associate Director: William Hammerstein. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Costume Design by Irene Sharaff. Stage Manager: May Muth. St. James Theatre (moved to The 54th St. Theatre on 25 Dec 1961-close): 26 Dec 1960-13 Jan 1962 (400 performances/on hiatus from 24 Jul 1961-21 Aug 1961). Cast: Phil Silvers (as "Hubert Cram"), David Burns (as "Brains Berman"), Nancy Dussault (as "Tilda Mullen"), George Givot (as "Skin Demopoulos"), George Mathews (as "Fatso O'Rear"), John Reardon (as "John Henry Wheeler"), Marilynn Allwyn (as "A Casa Girl" / "An Animal Girl" / "Member of the Public"), Doria Avila (as "Member of the Public"), Diane Ball (as "A Casa Girl" / "An Animal Girl" / "Member of the Public"), Chad Block (as "James Russell Lowel IV"), Marilyn Child (as "Thelma Berman"), Frank Derbas (as "A Waiter" / "Member of the Public"), Sandra Devlin (as "A Casa Girl" / "An Animal Girl" / "Member of the Public"), David Gold (as "The Interviewer" / "Member of the Public"), Edward Grace (as "Sen. Redfield" / "Member of the Public"), Regina Groves (as "A Casa Girl" / "An Animal Girl" / "Member of the Public"), Stuart Hodes (as "The Photographer" / "Member of the Public"), Curtis Hood (as "Member of the Public"), Daniel Jasinski (as "Member of the Public"), Marc Jordan (as "The Headwaiter" / "Fatso's Lawyer" / "Member of the Public"), Patti Karr (as "Dance Team" / "An Animal Girl" / "Member of the Public"), Betty Kent (as "A Swinger" / "Gretchen" / "Member of the Public"), Ray Kirchner (as "Dance Team" / "The Sumo Student" / "Member of the Public"), Barbara Lang (as "Member of the Public"), Josephine Lang (as "Member of the Public"), Al Lewis (as "Moe Shtarker"), Albert Linville (as "The Recording Engineer" / "Sen. Rogers"), Ken Malone (as "Member of the Public"), Jim Marley (as "Member of the Public"), Bob McClure (as "The Maitre D'" / "A Commentator" / "Member of the Public"), James Moore (as "Member of the Public"), Al Nesor (as "Wolfie"), Dawn Nickerson (as "Member of the Public"), Ed Pfeiffer (as "Member of the Public"), Carolyn Ragaini (as "Marsha" / "Member of the Public"), Steve Roland (as "Lou" / "The Chief Counsel" / "Member of the Public"), Donna Sanders (as "A Swinger" / "Member of the Public"), Suzanne Shaw (as "A Swinger" / "Member of the Public"), Carol Stevens (as "A Casa Girl" / Wheeler's Secretary" / "An Animal Girl" / "Member of the Public"), Allan Stevenson (as "A Commentator"), Liza Stuart (as "Member of the Public"), Dean Taliaferro (as "A Casa Girl" / "Wheeler's Secretary" / "An Animal Girl" / "Member of the Public"), Pat Tolson (as "Brains' Lawyer" / "Member of the Public"), Nancy Van Rijn (as "A Casa Girl" / "An Animal Girl" / "Member of the Public"), Richard Young (as "Member of the Public"). Standby actor: Bernard West (credited as Bernie West; as "Hubert Cram"). Understudies: David Gold (as "James Russell Lowell IV"), Marc Jordan (as "Wolfie"), Patti Karr (as "Kay Cram"), Al Lewis (as "Fatso O'Rear"; final Broadway role), Jim Marley (as "Brains Berman" / "Moe Shtarker"), Al Nesor (as "Skin Demopoulos") and Dawn Nickerson (as "Tilda Mullen"). Replacement cast: Lena Anders (as "A Casa Girl" / "An Animal Girl" / "Member of the Public" / "Wheeler's Secretary"), Lynne Broadbent (as "A Casa Girl" / "An Animal Girl" / "Member of the Public"), Sandra Devlin (as "Thelma Berman"), Gail Johnston (as "Member of the Public"), Alan Kirk (as "Member of the Public"), Jack Metté (as "Member of the Public"), Don Morgan (as "Member of the Public"), Shirley Nelson (as "An Animal Girl" / "Dance Team" / "Member of the Public"), Wendy Nickerson (as "A Casa Girl" / "An Animal Girl" / "Member of the Public"), Bill Richards (as "A Waiter" / "Brains' Lawyer" / "Member of the Public"), Seth Riggs (as "A Commentator"), Roy Smith (as "Member of the Public"), Wally Strauss (as "Member of the Public"). Understudy: Seth Riggs (as "John Henry Wheeler"). Produced by David Merrick. Associate Producer: Jones Harris. NOTE: Mr. Silvers was nominated for a Tony award.
  • (1973) Stage: Appeared in "Sondheim: A Musical Tribute" on Broadway. Special/benefit. Featuring songs by Stephen Sondheim, Leonard Bernstein, Jule Styne and Richard Rodgers. Featuring songs with lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Musical Director: Paul Gemignani. Special arrangements by Jonathan Tunick. Choreographed by Donna McKechnie. Directed by Burt Shevelove. Shubert Theatre: 11 Mar 1973 (1 performance). Cast: George Lee Andrews, Leonard Bernstein (as "Special Guest"), Larry Blyden (as "Performer"), Susan Browning, Len Cariou, Jack Cassidy (as "Performer"), Dorothy Collins, Steve Elmore, Harvey Evans, George Furth (as "Special Guest"), Hermione Gingold (as "Performer"), James Goldman, Laurence Guittard, Pamela Hall, Sheldon Harnick (as "Special Guest"), Ron Holgate, Beth Howland (as "Performer"), Glynis Johns (as "Performer"), Justine Johnston, Larry Kert, Mark Lambert, Angela Lansbury (as "Performer"), Goddard Lieberson, Victoria Mallory, Mary McCarty, Donna McKechnie, John McMartin, Pamela Myers, Anthony Perkins (as "Special Guest"), Kurt Peterson, Alice Playten, Harold Prince (as "Special Guest"), Teri Ralston, Chita Rivera (as "Performer"), Mary Rodgers (as "Special Guest"), Marti Rolph, Virginia Sandifur, Burt Shevelove (as "Special Guest"), Diana Shumlin (as "Special Guest"), Ethel Shutta, Alexis Smith, Tony Stevens, Jule Styne (as "Special Guest"). . Produced by Kurt Peterson. Produced in association with Craig Zadan and Neil Applebaum.
  • (1958) Album: Featured on "My Square Laddie" by Reginald Gardiner.
  • (1962) Stage: Appeared in John Patrick's play, "Everybody Loves Opal," Cape Playhouse, Dennis, MA.
  • (1967) She acted in Murray Schisgal's play, "Luv," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Donald Hotton in the cast.
  • (1966) She acted and directed Noel Coward's play, "Fallen Angels," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Margaret Phillips and James Mitchell in the cast.
  • (July 1957) She acts in William Marchant's play, "The Desk Set," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine.
  • (August 1962) She acted in John Patrick's play, "Everybody Loves Opal," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine.
  • (October 12 to November 20, 1971) She acted in the musical, "A Funny Thing Happened on The Way to the Forum," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Phil Silvers and Larry Blyden in the cast. Burt Shevelove was director. Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart wrote the book. Stephen Sondheim was composer and lyricist.

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