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  • (1959) Stage: Appeared (as "Helen Keller"; Broadway debut) in "The Miracle Worker" on Broadway. Drama. Written by William Gibson. Directed by Arthur Penn. Playhouse Theatre: 19 Oct 1959-1 Jul 1961 (719 performances). Cast: Anne Bancroft (as "Annie Sullivan"), Dale Ellen Bethea (as "Child"), Juanita Bethea (as "Mary"), Miriam Butler (as "Martha"), Kathleen Comegys (as "Aunt Ev"), James Congdon (as "James Keller"), Michael Constantine (as "Anagnos"), Roger De Koven (as "Doctor"), Caswell Fairweather (as "Percy"), Lori Heineman (as "Child"), Rita Levy (as "Child"), John Marriott (as "John"), Eileen Musumeci (as "Child"), Patricia Neal (as "Kate Keller"), Donna Pastore (as "Child"), Beah Richards (as "Viney"; Broadway debut), Lynn Schoenfeld (as "Child"), Torin Thatcher (as "Capt. Keller"). Understudies: Dale Ellen Bethea (as "Martha" / "Percy"), Juanita Bethea (as "Mary" / "Viney"), Clarice Blackburn (as "Kate Keller"). Replacement actors during run: R.G. Armstrong (as "Capt. Keller"), Mary Bell (as "Aunt Ev"), Dale Ellen Bethea (as "Martha"), Clarice Blackburn (as "Kate Keller"), Clifford Cothren (as "Doctor"), Candace Culkin (as "Child Jack Hollander (as "Anagnos" / "Doctor"), Karen Lee (as "Child"), Geoffrey Lumb (as "Capt. Keller"), Suzanne Pleshette (as "Annie Sullivan"). Understudies: Clifford Cothren (as "Anagnos"), Candace Culkin (as "Helen Keller"), Jack Hollander (as "Anagnos" / "Capt. Keller"), Ruth Hope (as "Aunt Ev"), Tresa Hughes (as "Annie Sullivan"), Karen Lee (as "Helen Keller"), Bronia Wheeler (credited as Bronia Stefan; as "Annie Sullivan"). NOTE: FIlmed as The Miracle Worker (1962).
  • (1960s) Album: "Don't Just Stand There".
  • (3/16/62-3/24/62) Stage: Appeared (as "Deirdre Striden") in "Isle of Children", by Robert L. Joseph. Cort Theatre, New York City.
  • (1963) TV commercial (as Patty and Cathy Lane from The Patty Duke Show (1963)): Breck Shampoo and Breck Hair Sprays.
  • (1967) Album: "Patty Duke Sings Songs From 'Valley of the Dolls' and Other Selections" (United Artists)
  • (1975) Unsold pilot: Starred in a pilot for an NBC sitcom called "Barbara and Phillip" with her then-husband John Astin, about the ups and downs in the lives of a married team of television comedy writers.
  • (9/12/76) Apeared on The Irv Kupcinet Show (1953), a night-time talk show hosted by Irv Kupcinet, with John Astin, Kaye Stevens, Rosemary Murphy, Ross Martin and psychic Jeane Dixon.
  • (2/00) Appeared on ABC-TV's The View (1997) to reminisce about Valley of the Dolls (1967) with co-stars Barbara Parkins and Lee Grant. The three actresses later attended a special screening of the film in New York City and were interviewed on stage by Whoopi Goldberg.
  • (9/21-9/23/01), 12/28-29/01) Stage: Appeared (as "Melissa Gardner") in "Love Letters", by A.R. Gurney. Fox Theater, Spokane, WA.
  • (3/21/02) Stage: Appeared (as "Aunt Eller") in "Oklahoma", a musical by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. Gershwin Theatre, New York City. NOTE: She retired from playing "Aunt Eller" on February 23rd, 2003.
  • (2002) Appeared with the cast of "Oklahoma" to perform the song, "Farmer and the Cowman" during the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade.
  • (6/15-23/02) Stage: Appeared (as "Phyllis Rogers Stone") in "Follies", a musical by Stephen Sondheim and James Goldman. Wadsworth Theater, Los Angeles, CA.
  • (9/23-1/2/03) Stage: Appeared (as "Mama Rose") in "Gypsy", a musical by Arthur Laurents and Jule Styne. Spokane Civic Theatre, Spokane, WA.
  • (3/24/09-2/7/10) Stage: Appeared (as "Madame Morrible") in "Wicked", a musical by Stephen Schwartz. Orpheum Theatre, San Francisco, CA. NOTE: She retired from playing "Madame Morrible" on February 7th, 2010.
  • (8/30/79) Appeared on the morning television program "A.M. New York" with John Astin.
  • (2011) TV commercial (PSA, with George Takei: SocialSecurity.gov.
  • (October 1, 1987) Guest on the daytime TV program "Good Day!"
  • (April 2, 1985) Guest on "A.M. Northwest".
  • (1975) She acted in Charles Lawrence's play, "My Fat Friend," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with John Astin in the cast.
  • (August 1975) She acted in Charles Lawrence's play, "My Fat Friend," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with John Astin in the cast.

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