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  • (1931) Stage: Appeared (as "Nikki"; Broadway debut) in "Nikki" on Broaway. Musical comedy. Material by John Monk Saunders (based on his short stories "Nikki and Her War Birds," his novel "A Single Lady" and his film The Last Flight (1931)). Music by Philip Charig. Lyrics by James Dyrenforth [final Broadway credit]. Musical Direction by Jules Lenzberg. Music orchestrated by Louis Katzman. Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman, James Morcom and Karle O. Amend. Costume Design by Bergdorf Goodman, Samuel Lorber, Stein & Blaine, Faye Graham and Edith Faggen. Directed by William B. Friedlander. Longacre Theatre (moved to George M. Cohan's Theatre from 19 Oct 1931 to close): 29 Sep 1931-31 Oct 1931 (39 performances). Cast: Alexandra Alexander (as "Ensemble"), Rodolfo Badaloni (as "Benj"), Julia Barron (as "Specialty"), Charles Bath (as "Ensemble"), Maxine Bennett (as "Chorus"), John Brooke (as "Francis, The Washout"), Elizabeth Brown (as "Ensemble"), Cora Burlar (as "Ensemble"), Gertrude Byrnell (as "Chorus"), Frank Chapman (as "Specialty"), Anna Criena (as "Ensemble"), Ruth Cunliffe (as "Chorus"), Jean De Koven (as "Ensemble"), Adele Dixon (as "Chorus"), Manuel Duarte (as "Ensemble"), Natalie Dunhan (as "Ensemble"), Mimi Elsasser (as "Ensemble"), Eugenie Erganow (as "Ensemble"), Marjorie Fenton (as "Ensemble"), Albert Fontaine (as "Ensemble"), Louis Jean Heydt (as "Willard Crouch" / "Wiffie"), Page Innes (as "Specialty"), Hunter Kaufman (as "Ensemble"), Sandra Laxer (as "Chorus"), Cary Grant )credited as Archie Leach; as "Cary Lockwood"), Sharon Lloyd (as "Chorus"), Jean Love (as "Chorus"), Agnes Marshall (as "Show Girl"), Rosalie McCallion (as "Chorus"), Modesca & Michael (as "Specialty"), Douglass Montgomery (as "Shepard Lambert"), Martin Muriel (as "Ensemble"), Harriett Murray (as "Chorus"), Lillian Okun (as "Ensemble"), Lidia Ordinsky (as "Ensemble"), Anna Ouzonoff (as "Ensemble"), Marcel Rousseau (as "Specialty"), Mimi Ruskin (as "Chorus"), Ali Sellier (as "Specialty"), Bobbie Sheehan (as "Chorus"), Toni Soral (as "Chorus"), Peggy Stebbins (as "Show Girl"), John Stellato (as "Ensemble"), Louis Sterner (as "Specialty"), Bobbi Tremain (as "Kiss-Me-Quick" [Specialty]), Helen Tschirgi (as "Chorus"), Fania Tuli (as "Ensemble"), Alva Vaughn (as "Show Girl"), Nathaniel Wagner (as "William Talbot" / "Bill"), George Wald (as "Ensemble"), Marjorie Younger (as "Show Girl"). Produced by Harrison Hall.
  • (1941) Stage: Appeared (as "Paula Loring") in "Mr. Big" on Broadway. Written by Arthur Sheekman and Margaret Shane. Directed / produced by George S. Kaufman. Lyceum Theatre: 30 Sep 1941-4 Oct 1941 (7 performances). Cast: Florenz Ames (as "Charles G. Wakeshaw"), E.J. Ballantine (as "The Little Man"), Richard Barbee (as "Dr. Willoughby"), George Baxter, Harry M. Cooke, Hume Cronyn (as "Harley L. Miller"), David Crowell, Nina Doll, James Elliott, Ann Evers, Edward Fisher, Sarah Floyd, Betty Furness (as "Amy"), Harold Grau (as "The Man From Boston"), Harry Gribbon, Mitzi Hajos, Judson Laire, Peter Lawrence, William Layton, Jack Leslie, James MacDonald, Ray Mayer, Ruth McDevitt, LeRoi Operti (as "Stanwood"), John Parrish, George Petrie, Eleanor Phelps, Oscar Polk (as "Rodney"), Robert Rhodes, Benson Springer, Rodney Stewart, Sidney Stone, Barry Sullivan (as "Eric Reynolds"), Robert Whitehead, Irwin Wilcox.
  • (1941) Stage: Appeared (as "Kay, Farmerette in the Land Service"; final Broadway role) in "Golden Wings" on Broadway. Drama. Written by William Jay and Guy Bolton. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Directed / produced by Robert Milton. Cort Theatre: 8 Dec 1941-12 Dec 1941 (6 performances). Cast: J.W. Austin (as "Dillon, Newspaper man"), Peter Boyne (as "Babe, Pilot Officer"), Cathleen Cordell (as "Jane, a member of the W.A.A.F."), Valerie Cossart (as "Bessie"), Lowell Gilmore (as "John, Acting Flight Lieutenant"), Lloyd Gough (as "Rex, Flight Lieutenant"), Hughie Green (as "Geoffrey, Pilot Officer"), Signe Hasso (as "Judith, Flyer in the Ferry Service"), Len Mence (as "Jepson, Newspaper man"), Gordon Oliver (as "Tom, Pilot Officer"), William Packer (as "Hunt, Pilot Officer"), William Rykey (as "Winks, Pilot Officer"), Gerald Savory (as "Norman, Pilot Officer"), Edmond Stevens (as "Joe, an Aircraftsman"), Margot Stevenson (as "Pam"), Evan Thomas (as "Wing-Commander Forbes").
  • (12/2/40) Radio: Appeared (as "Bonnie Skiles Rockne") in a Lux Theatre production of "Knute Rockne, All American".
  • (1997) Playwright: "The Meadowlark".
  • (10/2/39) Radio: Appeared (as "Alice Sycamore") in a Lux Radio Theater production of George S. Kaufman's and Moss Hart's "You Can't Take It With You".
  • (1993) Interviewed by Elwy Yost for the TVOntario program Saturday Night at the Movies (1974).
  • (7/41) Stage: Appeared in James Hagan's play "One Sunday Afternoon," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, ME.

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