Ellen Burstyn Poster

Other Works

  • (2/03) Stage: Appeared (as "Lucy Marsden") in "Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All" by Martin Tahse, adapted from the novel by 'Allan Gurganus' (Old Globe Theater, San Diego, CA).
  • (3/3/75) Appeared on "A.M. America", in which host Bill Beutel interviews her and Charles Grodin, who talk about their Broadway comedy "Same Time, Next Year". Also on this program: figure skating champion Dorothy Hamill.
  • (1957) Stage: Appeared (billed as "Ellen McRae") in "Fair Game" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Sam Locke. Directed by Paul Robert. Longacre Theatre: 2 Nov 1957-10 May 1958 (217 performances). Cast: Shirley Ballard, Mary Alice Bayh, Edward Bryce, Sarah Cunningham, Jason Evers [billed as "Herbert Evers"), Earl George, Sally Gracie, Joseph Leon, Sam Levene (as "Lou Winkler"), Paul Marin, Diana Millay, Hugh Reilly, Robert Webber (as "Harry Boblan"). Produced by Joseph M. Hyman.
  • (1975) Stage: Appeared (as "Doris") in "Same Time, Next Year" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Bernard Slade. Directed by Gene Saks. Brooks Atkinson Theatre (moved to The Ambassador Theatre from 16 May 1978 to close): 14 Mar 1975-3 Sep 1978 (1453 performances + 4 previews). Cast: Charles Grodin (as "George"). Replacement cast during run: Ted Bessell (as "George"; from 1 Dec 1975-?; only Broadway role), Sandy Dennis (as "Doris"; from 8 Mar 8 1977-?), Conrad Janis (as "George"; from 20 Oct 1975-?), Hope Lange (as "Doris"; from 30 May 1977-?), Monte Markham (as "George"; from 3 Jan 1978-?), Don Murray (as "George"; from 8 Mar 8 1977-?), Betsy Palmer (as "Doris"; from 24 Oct 1977-?), Loretta Swit (as "Doris"; from 1 Dec 1975-?), Joyce Van Patten (as "Doris"; from 10 Oct 1975-?). Produced by Morton Gottlieb, Dasha Epstein, Edward L. Schuman and Palladium Productions (Gabriel Katzka, Steven Bach). Associate Producer: Ben Rosenberg and Warren Crane. NOTE: Burstyn won a Tony Award as Best Actress.
  • (1982) Stage: Appeared (as "Helene Hanff") in "84 Charing Cross Road" on Broadway. Written by Helene Hanff. Directed and material adapted by James Roose-Evans. Nederlander Theatre: 7 Dec 1982-27 Feb 1983 (96 performances + 15 previews). Cast: Joseph Maher, Mark Chamberlin, William Francis, Jo Henderson, Thomas Nahrwold, Ellen Newman, Etain O'Malley. Produced by Alexander H. Cohen, Hildy Parks and Cynthia Wood. Co-Producer: Roy A. Somlyo. Presented in association with Michael Redington.
  • (7/17/89-11/25/89) Stage: Appeared as the title character in the one-woman play "Shirley Valentine" on Broadway.
  • (1992) Stage: Appeared in "Shimada" on Broadway.
  • (1995) Stage: Appeared in "Sacrilege" on Broadway.
  • (1998) Eugene O'Neill's "Long Day's Journey into Night" directed by Michael Wilson at the Alley Theater, Houston, TX. Also played in Hartford, CT.

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