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  • (Tuesday December 1,1970 12PM) She played a Mourners of the Downtown Theatre in Tom Eyen's play, "The Death of Off-Broadway Or: Money (Sieg Heil!) (A Street Play," in a Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company at first Astor Place Theatre and ended at Theatre De Lys in New York City. Tom Eyen and Gerald Miller were directors. The cast included William Griffin Duffy (played Archbishop of Greed), Steven Whitson (played right-hand Alter Boy), and David Whitson (played Left-hand altar boy). The Mourners of the Downtown Theatre ensemble included Helen Hanft, Jonathan Kramer, Ron Link, R.A. Dow, Paul-Matthew Eckhart, Ellen Gurin, Jeffery Herman, Madeline LeRoux, Mark Russel, Nana Winter, Arthur Morey, Bradford Riley, Sommer Sally, Lady Elsa Tresko, Bonnie Gable, Keven Breslin, Albert Poland, Julia Eyen, Arthur Kessler, Ann Toker, Allan Eichler, George Trow III, Doris Duke, Jerry Lipani, Walter Wallace, Fred McDarrah, Fred Gershon, Myrna Masour, Barry Goldberg, Shirley Stoler, Warren Pincus, Paul Jabara, Hiram Keller, Jacque Lynn Colton. The Now Theatre Repertory Company of Buffalo included Mark Gatley, Robert Gibson, Andrew Kappy, Deborah Loss, Marianne Morinello, Stephen Morros, Laura Nelson, Mark Penque, Joye Peskin, Eric Sidebottom, James Slattery, Beverly Smith, Thomas Sokolski, and Tony Ventresca in the cast. The Press included Leonard Probst (Channel 4 WNBC), Leonard Harris (Channel 2 WCBS), John Shubeck (Channel 9 WWOR), and Carol Jenkins.
  • (1971 to 1972 season) Her play, "Down By The River Where Waterlilies Are Disfigured Every Day," was performed in a world premiere production at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island. Adrian Hall was director. Eugene Lee was set designer. Richard Cumming was music director. A. Christina Giannini was costume designer. Roger Morgan was lighting designer.

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