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  • Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • The Pajama Game (1954). Musical comedy. Music by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross. Lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross. Book by 'George Abbott (I)' and Richard Bissell. Based on the novel "7-1/2 Cents" by Richard Bissell. Musical Director: Hal Hastings. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Dance arrangements by Roger Adams. Scenic Design by Lemuel Ayers. Costume Design by Lemuel Ayers. Assistant to Mr. Ayers (Scenery): Robert O'Hearn. Assistant to Mr. Ayers (Costumes): Frank Thompson. Choreographed by Bob Fosse. Directed by George Abbott and Jerome Robbins. St. James Theatre (moved to The Shubert Theatre from 12 Nov 1956 to close): 13 May 1954- 24 Nov 1956 (1063 performances). Cast: Eddie Foy Jr. (as "Hines"), Janis Paige (as "Babe Williams" from 13 May 1954- 23 Jun 1955), John Raitt, Marion Colby, Ralph Dunn, Peter Gennaro, Carol Haney, Buzz Miller, Thelma Pelish, Stanley Prager, Reta Shaw, Jack Waldron, Rudy Adamo, Rae Allen (as "Poopsie/Singer"), Carmen Alvarez, Ralph Chambers, William David, Sara Dillon, Bob Dixon, Jack Drummond, Robert Evans (as "Dancer"), Ralph Farnworth (as "Joe/Singer"), John Ford, Marilyn Gennaro, Jim Hutchison, Lida Loehring, Eric Kristen, Mara Landi, Shirley MacLaine (as "Dancer"), Virginia Martin, Dale Moreda, Marsha Reynolds, Mary Roche, Augustin Rodriguez, Mary Stanton, Ben Vargas, Ann Wallace, Gordon Woodburn. Produced by Frederick Brisson, Robert E. Griffith and Harold S. Prince. Note: Pat Marshall replaced Janis Paige as Babe Williams.
  • Damn Yankees (1955). Musical comedy. Music by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross. Lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross. Book by 'George Abbott (I)' and Douglass Wallop. From the novel "The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant" by Douglass Wallop. Scenic Design by William and Jean Eckart; Costume Design by William and Jean Eckart. Sound Design by Harry Green; Assistant to the Designer (Scenery): Klaus Holm. Assistant to the Designer (Costumes): Hazel Roy. Musical Director: Hal Hastings. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Dance arrangements by Roger Adams. Dances and Musical Numbers Staged by Bob Fosse. Directed by George Abbott. 46th Street Theatre (moved to The Adelphi Theatre from 6 May 1957 to close): 5 May 1955- 12 Oct 1957 (1019 performances).
  • Pictures in the Hallway (1956).
  • I Knock at the Door (1957).
  • Oliver! (1963). Musical comedy/drama.
  • Traveller Without Luggage (1964). Written by Jean Anouilh. Translated by Lucienne Hill. Scenic Design by Oliver Messel. Costume Design by Oliver Messel. Lighting Design by Gerald Feil. Directed by Robert Lewis. ANTA Playhouse: 17 Sep 1964- 24 Oct 1964 (44 performances + 2 previews). Cast: Mildred Dunnock (as "Madame Renaud"), Ben Gazzara (as "Gaston"), Rae Allen (as "Juliette") , Margaret Braidwood, Stephen Elliott, Nancy Wickwire, William Cottrell (as "The Butler"), Ronald Dawson, Jeffrey Neal, Anthony Palmer, Boris Tumarin. Standby: Ralph Waite (as "Gaston," "Georges Renaud"). Produced by Carroll Masterson, Harris Masterson, Norman Twain and ANTA ('Alfred de Liagre Jr': executive producer. Jean Dalrymple: executive director).
  • Fiddler on the Roof (1964).
  • On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (1965). Musical comedy.
  • Saint Joan (1968). Drama.
  • And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little (1971). Drama.
  • Dude (1972). Musical.
  • (October 17, 1960) She acted in William Shakespeare's play, "A Midsummer's Night Dream," in an American Shakespeare Festival production at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Bert Lahr, Mitchell Agruss, Clayton Corzatte, Will Geer, John Harkins, Mariette Hartley, William Hickey, Patrick Hines, Margaret Phillips, Richard Waring, Douglas Watson, Christopher Agruss, Alexandra Berlin, Constance Bollinger, John Dorman, Ellen Geer, Sheila Handelman, Joseph Klimowski, Alfred Lavorato, Christopher Lloyd, Susan Ludlow, Arthur Malet, David Margulies, Suzanne Osborne, Billy Partello, Howard Poyrow, Robert Reilly, George Sampson, Stephen Strimpell, Alex Viespi, and Wisner Washam in the cast. Marc Blitzstein was composer. David Hays and Peter Wexler were set designer. Thea Neu and Dorothy Jeakins were costume designers. George Balanchine and Diane Forhan were choreographers. Jack Landau was director.
  • (1979 to 1980 season) She directed Samuel Beckett's play, "Endgame," at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater, 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, Minnesota with Jeff Chandler and Richard Russell Ramos in the cast. James Guenther was set designer. Jared Aswegan was costume designer. Ronald M. Bundt was lighting designer.

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