She appeared in the Broadway
musical "A Time for Singing", an adaptation of the novel and film How Green Was My Valley
(1941). She played the role that Maureen O'Hara
played in the classic 1941 film.
Mojave Phone Booth (2005)
(1952) She acted in Irving Berlin
's musical, "Call Me Madam", at the Coliseum in London, England with Anton Walbrook
, Billie Worth
and Arthur Lowe
in the cast.
(1955) She acted in Leonard Bernstein
's musical, "Wonderful Town", at the Prince's Theatre in London, England with Pat Kirkwood
, Sidney James
, Dennis Bowen
and David Hurst
in the cast. Richard Bird
was the director.
(October 1985) She acted in Harry Warren
and Al Dubin
's musical, "42nd Street", at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London, England with Frankie Vaughan
and Margaret Courtenay
in the cast. Gower Champion
and Lucia Victor were the directors.
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