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  • (1959) Stage: Appeared (as "Princess Winnifred, Princess of Farfelot"; Broadway debut) in "Once Upon a Mattress" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Book by Jay Thompson, Marshall Barer, Dean Fuller. Music by Mary Rodgers. Lyrics by Marshall Barer. Music orchestrated by Hershy Kay, Arthur Beck, Carroll Huxley. Dance arrangements by Roger Adams. Musical Director: Harold Hastings [credited as Hal Hastings]. Musical Staging by Joe Layton. Directed by George Abbott. Phoenix Theatre (moved to The Alvin Theatre (from 25 Nov 1959-22 Feb 1960, then moved to The Winter Garden Theatre from 24 Feb 1960-23 Apr 1960, then moved to The Cort Theatre from 25 Apr 1960-7 May 1960, then moved to The St. James Theatre 9 May 1960-close): 11 May 1959- 2 Jul 1960 (244 performances). Cast: Joe Bova (as "Prince Dauntless, son of King Sextimus and Queen Aggravain"), Allen Case (as "Sir Harry, Knight of the Herald"), Jack Gilford (as "The King Sextimus"), Anne Jones (as "Lady Larken, a Lady in waiting"), Matt Mattox (as "Jester"), Harry Snow (as "Minstrel, a traveling player"), Robert Weil (as "Wizard"), Jane White (as "The Queen Aggravain"), Dorothy Aull (as "Lady Rowena"), Dorothy D'Honau (as "Lady Dorothy"), Christopher Edwards (as "Sir Christopher"), Luce Ennis (as "Lady Lucille"), Dorothy Frank (as "Lady Dora"), Chris Karner (as "Princess, in the Prologue" / "Lady Mabelle"), Patsi King (as "Lady Merrill"), Jim Maher (as "Prince, in the Prologue"), Tom Mixon (as "Sir Luce"), David Neuman (as "Sir Harold"), Jerry Newby (as "Sir Studley"), Howard Parker (as "Lord Howard"), Julian Patrick (as "Lord Patrick"), Ginny Perlowin (as "The Nightingale of Samarkand, a royal pet"), Dan Resin (as "Sir Daniel"), Mary Stanton (as "Princess Number Twelve"), Gloria Stevens (as "Queen, in the Prologue" / "Lady Beatrice"), Jim Stevenson (as "Sir Steven"). Standby: Will Lee (as "The King Sextimus"). Understudies: Dorothy Aull (as "Princess Winnifred"), Patsi King (as "Queen"), Tom Mixon (as "Prince Dauntless"), Jerry Newby (as "Jester" / "Wizard"), Mary Stanton (as "Lady Larken") and Jim Stevenson (as "Minstrel"). Replacement cast during Phoenix Theatre run: Joseph Carow (as "Sir Joseph"), Patti Karr (as "Lady Rowena"), Will Lee (as "The King Sextimus"), Jean Mattox (as "Lady Dora"), Marjorie Pragon (as "Lady Mabelle" / "Lady Merrill" / Princess, in the Prologue"), Dan Resin (as "Sir Harry, Knight of the Herald"), Casper Roos (as "Lord Casper"), Anthony Rossi (as "Sir Anthony"), Jack Schwartz (as "Sir Steven"). Understudies: Luce Ennis (as "The Queen Aggravain"), Patti Karr (as "Princess Winnifred"), Casper Roos (as "Sir Harry"), Anthony Rossi (as "Minstrel"), Jack Sydow (as "The King Sextimus" / "Wizard"). Replacement cast during Alvin Theatre run: Anne Fielding (as "Lady Merrill"), Dorothy Frank (as "Lady Beatrice/Queen, in the Prologue"), Stuart Hodes (as "Sir Luce"), Peter Holmes (as "Sir Nicholas"), Gene Kelton (as "Lord Howard" / "Prince, in the Prologue"), Cheryl Kilgren (as "Princess Number Twelve"), Jerane Michel (as "Lady Jerane"), Tom Mixon (as "Sir Studley"), Jerry Newby (as "Jester"), Paul Richards (as "Sir Paul"), Gina Viglione (as "The Nightingale of Samarkand, a royal pet"), Ellie Zalon (as "Lady Lucille"). Understudies: Anne Fielding (as "Lady Larken"), Stuart Hodes (as "Jester"), Patti Karr (as "The Queen Aggravain"), Paul Richards (as "Minstrel"), Gina Viglione (as "The Queen Aggravain"). Replacement cast during Cort Theatre run: none known. Replacement cast during St. James Theatre run: Dorothy Aull (as "Lady Rowena"), Edmund Balin (as "Sir Edmund"), John Baylis (as "Sir Luce"), Stuart Hodes (as "Sir Studley"), Beth Howland (as "Lady Beth"), Carla Huston (as "Lady Merrill"), Betty Linton (as "Lady Elizabeth"). Understudies: Dorothy Aull (as "Princess Winnifred"), John Baylis (as "Prince Dauntless"), Carla Huston (as "Lady Larken"). Produced by T. Edward Hambleton, Norris Houghton, William Eckart and Jean Eckart.
  • (1999) Stage: Appeared in "Putting It Together," Broadway musical revue of Stephen Sondheim's work.
  • (2000) TV commercial: Entenmann's foods
  • (4/02): Stage: Co-wrote (w/Carrie Hamilton) "Hollywood Arms", based on Burnett's memoir "One More Time", produced at Goodman Theater, Chicago, IL.
  • (1/1/98) Grand Marshal, Tournament of Roses parade, Pasadena, CA.
  • (2005) TV commercial: United American drug insurance plan.
  • (1966) "Carol and Company", with Rock Hudson, produced by CBS Productions.
  • (Late 1970s/early 1980s) TV commercial (PSA): RIF (Reading is Fundimental).
  • (9/27/81) TV commercial (PSA): "High On Yourself" (anti-drug spot).
  • (2012) Print ads: O.P.I.'s gelcolor nail polish.
  • (2012) Infomercial: Appeare in an infomercial for TimeLife's "The Best of the Carol Burnett Show" DVD collection. Also appearing were Harvey Korman, Tim Conway, Vicki Lawrence, Lyle Waggoner, Jane Lynch, Betty White, Ken Berry, Joel Grey, Carl Reiner, Steve Lawrence, Jerry Lewis, Bernadette Peters, Amy Poehler, Bob Mackie, Lainie Kazan, Rita Moreno.
  • (2007) Infomercial: Co-hostess, with John Cleese, of an infomercial for "The Carol Burnett Show - Collector's Edition".
  • (2006) Infomercial: Co-hostess, with Tim Conway and Harvey Korman, of an infomercial for "The Carol Burnett Show - Collector's Edition".
  • (April 2013) Release of her book, "Carrie and Me: A Mother-Daughter Love Story".
  • (2013) Infomercial: Co-hostess, with Vicki Lawrence and Tim Conway, of an infomercial for TimeLife's "The Carol Burnett Show: Carol's Crackups" DVD collection. Also appearing is Bob Mackie.
  • Album: "Carol Burnett Sings" (RCA).
  • (2016) Book: "In Such Good Company: Eleven Years of Laughter, Mayhem, and Fun in the Sandbox". New York: Crown Archetype ISBN-13: 978-1101904657
  • (October 8 to December 6, 1998) She acted in the musical, "Putting It Together," a musical review," in presentation with Cameron Mackintosh at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California with John Barrowman and Susan Egan in the cast. Stephen Sondheim was composer and lyricist. Eric D. Schaeffer was director. Bob Avian was musical coordinator. Bob Crowley was scenic designer.

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