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  • (1944 - 1967) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1944) Stage Play: On the Town. Musical comedy. Music by Leonard Bernstein. Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Book by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Based on an idea by Jerome Robbins. Additional lyrics by Leonard Bernstein. Music orchestrated by Leonard Bernstein, Hershy Kay, Don Walker, Elliott Jacoby and Ted Royal. Musical Director: Max Goberman. Production Design by Oliver Smith. Costume Design by Alvin Colt. Lighting Design by Sam Amdurs. Choreographed by Jerome Robbins. Directed by George Abbott. Adelphi Theatre (moved to The 44th Street Theatre from 4 Jun 1945- 28 Jul 1945, then moved to The Martin Beck Theatre from 30 Jul 1945- close): 28 Dec 1944- 2 Feb 1946 (462 performances). Cast: Sono Osato (as "Ivy Smith"), Nancy Walker (as "Hildy Esterhazy"), Cris Alexander (as "Chip"), John Battles (as "Gabey"), Robert Chisholm (as "Pitkin W. Bridgework"), Betty Comden (as "Claire DeLoone"), Adolph Green (as "Ozzie"), Ray Harrison (as "The Great Lover"), Susan Steell (as "Madame Maude P. Dilly"), Sam Adams (as "Musician/Singing Ensemble"), Maxine Arnold (as "Little Old Lady"), Aza Bard (as "Dance Ensemble"), Larry Bolton (as "Bill Poster"), Remo Bufano (as "Figment"), Shirley Ann Burton (as "Singing Ensemble"), John Butler (as "Dance Ensemble"), Frances Cassard (as "Voice/Singer (#2)/Singing Ensemble"), Lyle Clark (as "Sailor/Dance Ensemble"), Richard D'Arcy (as "Tom/Sailor in Blue/Dance Ensemble"), Carle Eberle (as "Street Sweeper/Passerby/Dance Ensemble"), Malka Farber (as "Lady in Red/Dance Ensemble"), Nelle Fisher (as "High School Girl/Night Club Patron/Dance Ensemble"), Cyprienne Gabelman (as "Girl in Green/First Ballet Girl/Dance Ensemble"), Barbara Gaye (as "3rd Ballet Girl/Dance Ensemble"), Jeanne Gordon (as "Spanish Singer/Singing Ensemble"), Herbert Greene (as "3rd Workman/Musician/Waiter/Conductor/Singing Ensemble"), Jean Handy (as "Dance Ensemble"), Ray Harrison (as "Dance Ensemble"), Melvin Howard (as "Singing Ensemble"), Lonny Jackson (as "Policeman/Singing Ensemble"), Dorothy Johnson (as "Singer/Singing Ensemble"), Lila King (as "Singing Ensemble"), Marion Kohler (as "Flossie's Friend/Singing Ensemble"), Frances Lager (as "Singing Ensemble"), Robert Lorenz (as "Rajah Bimmy/Singing Ensemble"), Florence MacMichael (as "Flossie"), Douglas Matheson (as "Dance Ensemble"), Allyn Ann McLerie (as "2nd Ballet Girl/Doll Girl/Dance Ensemble"), Dorothy McNichols (as "Dance Ensemble"), Virginia Miller (as "Dance Ensemble"), Frank Milton (as "2nd Workman/Announcer/Master of Ceremonies/Singing Ensemble"), Frank Neal (as "Dance Ensemble"), Lavina Nielsen (as "Girl in Yellow/Shawl Girl/Dance Ensemble"), Duncan Noble (as "Dance Ensemble"), Regina Owens (as "Singing Ensemble"), Alice Pearce (as "Lucy Schmeeler"), Ben Piazza (as "Boy/Dance Ensemble"), James Flash Riley (as "Dance Ensemble"), Marten Sameth (as "Workman/Actor/Singing Ensemble"), Milton Taubman (as "S. Uperman/Singing Ensemble"), Roger Treat (as "Policeman/Singing Ensemble"), Benjamin Trotman (as "Singing Ensemble"), Atty Vandenberg (as "Dance Ensemble"), Royce Wallace (as "Dance Ensemble"), Don Weissmuller (as "Sailor"), Frank Westbrook (as "Andy/Boy/Dance Ensemble"). Replacement cast during Adelphi Theatre run: Stuart Allen (as "Bill Poster"), Helen Franklin (as "Girl in Yellow"), Henry Sherwood (as "Figment") [remained through 44th Theatre run]. Replacement cast during Martin Beck Theatre run: Sam Adams (as "Rajah Bimmy"), Van Atkins (as "Singing Ensemble"), Oakley Bailey (as "Policeman/Singing Ensemble"), Aza Bard (as "Shawl Girl"), John Battles (as "Gabey"), Clara Cordery (as "Dance Ensemble"), Zamah Cunningham (as "Madame Maude P. Dilly"), Lee Edwards (as "Singing Ensemble"), Helen Franklin (as "Dance Ensemble/Doll Girl/Girl in Yellow/Shawl Girl"), Patricia Hosley (as "Singing Ensemble"), Jean Houloose (as "Dance Ensemble"), Bobby Johnson (as "Dance Ensemble"), Jack Kauflin (as "Dance Ensemble"), Lila King (as "Flossie's Friend"), Marion Kohler (as "Flossie/Flossie's Friend"), Welland Lathrop (as "Dance Ensemble"), Florence MacMichael (as "Flossie"), Allyn McLerie (as "Ivy Smith"), Virginia Miller (as "2nd Ballet Girl"), Tom Morgan (as "Singing Ensemble"), Lee Morrison (as "Dance Ensemble"), Regina Owens (as "Spanish Singer"), Charles Rhyner (as "Bill Poster/S. Uperman"), Ruth Riekman (as "Dance Ensemble"), Marten Sameth (as "Singing Ensemble/Gabey"), Joshua Shelley (as "Ozzie") [Broadway debut], Henry Sherwood (as "Figment"), Kathleen Stanley (as "Singing Ensemble"), Johnny Stearns (as "S. Uperman"), Bill Weaver (as "Andy/Boy/Dance Ensemble"), Ruth Webb (as "Claire DeLoone"), Parker Wilson (as "Dance Ensemble"). Produced by Oliver Smith and Paul Feigay. Note: Filmed as On the Town (1949).
  • (1946) Stage Play: Tidbits of 1946. Musical revue. Book by Sam Locke. Musical Director: Phil Romano. Staged by Arthur Klein. Directed by Sam Locke. Plymouth Theatre: 8 Jul 1946- 13 Jul 1946 (8 performances). Cast: Josephine Boyer, Candido, Carmen and Rolando, Jack Diamond, Joey Faye, Muriel Gaines, Eddy Manson, Robert Marshall, Miranda, Joshua Shelley, The Debonnaires, The Mack Triplets, Lee Trent. Produced by Arthur Klein. Produced in association with Harry Schumer and The Youth Theatre.
  • (1947) Stage Play: Tenting Tonight. Comedy.
  • (1947) Stage Play: Barefoot Boy With Cheek. Musical comedy. Replacement actor: Joshua Shelley (as "Shyster Fiscal").
  • (1948) Stage Play: Make Mine Manhattan. Musical revue.
  • (1950) Stage Play: The Liar. Musical comedy.
  • (1951) Stage Play: Four Twelves Are 48. Comedy. Written by Joseph Kesselring. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Otto Preminger. 48th Street Theatre: 17 Jan 1951- 18 Jan 1951 (2 performances). Cast: Pat Crowley (as "Dorothy Bawke"), Royal Dano (as "Joe Hungry Horse"), Ludwig Donath (as "Anton"), Jane Du Frayne (as "Philippa Bawke"), Billy James (as "Jerry"), Rosetta LeNoire (as "Rose Bolton"), Doro Merande (as "Jane Dupre"), Eulabelle Moore (as "Calendula Watkins"), Mrs. Priestly Morrison (as "Mrs. Kelly"), Anne Revere (as "Nellie Bawke"), Joshua Shelley (as "Mischa Cogn"), Hiram Sherman (as "Philip Dupre"), Morton Stevens (as "Dr." Berrystone"), Ruth Taylor (as "Mary Bawke"), Ernest Truex (as "Uncle Snake Tooth"). Produced by Richard Aldrich, Richard Meyers, Otto L. Preminger and Julius Fleischmann.
  • (1954) Stage Play: The Girl in Pink Tights. Musical.
  • (1954) Stage Play: On Your Toes. Musical comedy (revival).
  • (1955) Stage Play: Phoenix '55. Musical revue.
  • (1957) Stage Play: Simply Heavenly. Musical comedy.
  • (1967) Stage Play: Come Live With Me. Comedy.

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