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Betty Field

 
Betty Field Headshot
Date of Birth: February 08, 1913
Date of Death: September 13, 1973 (60)

Birth Place: Boston, MA, USA

Stage Credits

  [Broadway]
1971
The Nurse
  [Broadway]
1966
Mrs. Bigelow
  [Broadway]
1963
Mrs. Amos Evans
  [Broadway]
1959
Mrs. Helen Baird
  [Broadway]
1958
Deborah
  [Broadway]
1958
Mlle. de St.-Euverte
  [Broadway]
1955
Sally Ann Peters
  [Broadway]
1953
Mildred Tynan
  [Broadway]
1951
Agnes [Replacement]
  [Broadway]
1951
Theodora Effington
  [Broadway]
1949
Helen Brown
  [Broadway]
1945
Georgina Allerton
  [Broadway]
1943
Sally Middleton [Replacement]
  [Broadway]
1943
Edith Charles Cleghorne
  [Broadway]
1940
Hope Talcott Nathan
  [Broadway]
1940
Mary Ward
  [Broadway]
1939
Rosa Romero
  [Broadway]
1939
Clare Wallace
  [Broadway]
1938
Barbara Pearson
  [Broadway]
1938
Nora
  [Broadway]
1937
Eunice
  [Broadway]
1937
Hilda Manney
  [Broadway]
1934
Telegram Reporter

 

Stage

Performances
  [Broadway]
1971
The Nurse

  [Broadway]
1966
Mrs. Bigelow

  [Broadway]
1963
Mrs. Amos Evans

  [Broadway]
1959
Mrs. Helen Baird

  [Broadway]
1958
Deborah

  [Broadway]
1958
Mlle. de St.-Euverte

  [Broadway]
1955
Sally Ann Peters

  [Broadway]
1953
Mildred Tynan

  [Broadway]
1951
Agnes [Replacement]

  [Broadway]
1951
Theodora Effington

  [Broadway]
1949
Helen Brown

  [Broadway]
1945
Georgina Allerton

  [Broadway]
1943
Sally Middleton [Replacement]

  [Broadway]
1943
Edith Charles Cleghorne

  [Broadway]
1940
Hope Talcott Nathan

  [Broadway]
1940
Mary Ward

  [Broadway]
1939
Rosa Romero

  [Broadway]
1939
Clare Wallace

  [Broadway]
1938
Barbara Pearson

  [Broadway]
1938
Nora

  [Broadway]
1937
Eunice

  [Broadway]
1937
Hilda Manney

  [Broadway]
1934
Telegram Reporter






Betty Field News

VIDEO: A History of THE GREAT GATSBY on Page, Stage & Screen Photo VIDEO: A History of THE GREAT GATSBY on Page, Stage & Screen
by Nicole Rosky - May 8, 2021

A new musical stage adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s legendary novel The Great Gatsby is headed for the stage, with a new score from Grammy Award-nominated international rock star of Florence + the Machine Florence Welch and Grammy Award nominee Thomas Bartlett.

BWW Review: A Remote Kansas BUS STOP Takes Center Stage at Theatre 40 Photo BWW Review: A Remote Kansas BUS STOP Takes Center Stage at Theatre 40
by Shari Barrett - Nov 19, 2018

It is Bo's hard-learned lesson about romance and respect that keeps BUS STOP in the forefront as one of the great classic American romance stories. And thanks to the talented cast and director Ann Hearn Tobolowsky's attention to detail and effective use of freeze framing cast members while others speak, these well known characters will reach out and grab you by the heart, stirring your emotions as lessons are learned, partnerships are formed, and everyone gets exactly what they want by the time the road re-opens, especially a naive cowboy and a 19-year old hick singer from the Ozarks determined to make a better life for herself.

A LOSS OF ROSES to Close Off-Broadway This Saturday
by BWW News Desk - Jun 6, 2014

A LOSS OF ROSES is concluding its limited Off-Broadway engagement tomorrow evening, June 7th at Theatre at St. Clement's, 423 West 46th Street (between Ninth & Tenth Ave.) Presented by The Peccadillo Theater Company, in association with La Femme Theatre Productions, the first NY revival of William Inge's A LOSS OF ROSES opened May 12th, 2014.

Photo Flash: William Inge's Grand Nephew Visits Peccadillo's A LOSS OF ROSES
by BWW News Desk - May 27, 2014

Saturday night, May 25th, the sold-out audience at the first NY revival of William Inge's A LOSS OF ROSES included Inge's grand-nephew, David Inge Kirchmaier. He enthusiastically greeted the entire cast onstage afterwards and posed for photos. Scroll down for a look!

Photo Flash: Relatives of William Inge Visit Peccadillo's A LOSS OF ROSES
by Tyler Peterson - May 20, 2014

This past Sunday, May 18th, the sold out audience at the first NY revival of William Inge's A LOSS OF ROSES included Inge's nephew, James A. Mahan, as well as Mahan's children and grandchildren. They joined the cast onstage afterwards for a full family & company portrait. On behalf of the family, James Mahan's daughter Sandra wrote the following to the production the next day: 'A heartfelt thank you for having us! We so enjoyed the play and meeting the cast. Clearly everyone involved with this production put much heartfelt energy into it. Your theater has such a very warm and inviting feel which we embraced!'

Photo Flash: First Look at Peccadillo's A LOSS OF ROSES, Opening Tonight
by Tyler Peterson - May 12, 2014

The OBIE, Lucille Lortel and Drama Desk Award-winning Peccadillo Theater Company, in association with La Femme Theatre Productions, is presenting the first NY revival of William Inge's A LOSS OF ROSES. Opening Night is tonight, May 12th at 7 PM at Theatre at St. Clement's, 423 West 46th Street (between Ninth & Tenth Ave.) and the limited engagement is set to run through June 7th. Check out a first look below!

Deborah Hedwall, Patricia Hodges & More to Star in Peccadillo Theater's A LOSS OF ROSES; Cast Announced
by Tyler Peterson - Apr 23, 2014

The OBIE, Lucille Lortel and Drama Desk Award-winning Peccadillo Theater Company, in association with La Femme Theatre Productions, has announced the full cast for the play's first NY revival as well as the New York City premiere of the published version of William Inge's A Loss of Roses. Performances begin May 8th (not May 7th as previously announced) at Theatre at St. Clement's, 423 West 46th Street, NYC, and continuing through June 7th, 2014. The play opens officially on May 12th at 7 PM.

Peccadillo Theater Co. to Present William Inge's A LOSS OF ROSES, Begin. 5/7
by Tyler Peterson - Apr 7, 2014

The OBIE, Lucille Lortel and Drama Desk Award-winning Peccadillo Theater Company, in association with La Femme Theatre Productions, will present the New York City premiere of the original version of William Inge's A Loss of Roses beginning May 7th at Theatre at St. Clement's, 423 West 46th Street, NYC, and continuing through June 7th, 2014. The play opens officially on May 12th at 7 PM.

Photo Flash: First Look at David Beach and More in Westport Country Playhouse's ROOM SERVICE
by BWW News Desk - Oct 9, 2013

Westport Country Playhouse stages the madcap American comedy, 'Room Service,' about a producer and his ragtag bunch of cohorts who try to raise money for a Broadway show as they scramble to evade their hotel bill, written by John Murray and Allen Boretz, directed by Mark Lamos, now through October 27. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!

Westport Country Playhouse to Present ROOM SERVICE, 10/8-27
by Tyler Peterson - Sep 16, 2013

Westport Country Playhouse will stage the madcap American comedy, 'Room Service,' about a producer and his ragtag bunch of cohorts who try to raise money for a Broadway show as they scramble to evade their hotel bill, written by John Murray and Allen Boretz, directed by Mark Lamos, October 8 - 27.


Betty Field Frequently Asked Questions

How many Broadway shows has Betty Field been in?
Betty Field has appeared on Broadway in 23 shows.

How many West End shows has Betty Field been in?
Betty Field has not appeared in the West End