Burgess Meredith Broadway and Theatre Credits

 
Date Of Birth:
November 16, 1908
Date Of Death:
September 09, 1997 (88)
Birth Place:
Cleveland, OH, USA
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Date of Birth: November 16, 1908
Date of Death: September 09, 1997 (88)

Birth Place: Cleveland, OH, USA

Burgess Meredith Stage Credits
Performances

[Broadway]
1964
Performer
[Broadway]
Closed on the road, 1961
Mr. Kicks
[Broadway]
1956
Adolphus Cusins
[Broadway]
1953
Pa Pennypacker
[Broadway]
1953
Sakini [Replacement]
[Broadway]
1951
Michael [Replacement]
[Broadway]
1951
Gandersheim
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1950
Larry
[Broadway]
1946
Christy Mahon
[Broadway]
1942
Eugene Marchbanks
[Broadway]
1940
Liliom
[Broadway]
1937
Stephen Minch
[Broadway]
1937
Van van Dorn
[Broadway]
1935
Mio
[Broadway]
1935
Leonard Dobie
[Broadway]
1935
Octavius Moulton-Barrett
[Broadway]
1935
Seaman Jones
[Broadway]
1934
Jim Hipper
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1933
Buzz Jones
[Broadway]
1933
Red Barry
[Broadway]
Broadway Production, 1933
Crook-Finger Jake (Macheath's Gang)
Crook-Finger Jack
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1932
Tweedledee
Dormouse
Duck
[Broadway]
1932
Young Hollunder
[Broadway]
1931
Packy Davis
[Broadway]
1930
Kratz
Orderly
[Broadway]
1930
Peter
[Broadway]
1930
Grain
[Broadway]
1930
Peter
Ensemble

Productions

[Broadway, 1974]
Director
[Broadway, 1967]
Director
[Broadway, 1964]
Director
[Broadway, 1961]
Director
[Broadway, 1960]
Director
[Broadway, 1959]
Director
[Off-Broadway, 1958]
Director
[Broadway, 1956]
Producer
[Broadway, 1953]
Director
[Broadway, 1951]
Director
[Broadway, 1950]
Director
[Broadway, 1950]
Director
Writing
Conceiver

Photos

Burgess Meredith and Princess Grace Kelly attend the Theatre Hall Of Fame Awards held on March 28, 1982 at the Uris Theater, now called the Gershwin Theater, New York City.

Burgess Meredith and Princess Grace Kelly attend the Theatre Hall Of Fame Awards held on March 28, 1982 at the Uris Theater, now called the Gershwin Theater, New York City.
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Ethel Merman, Burgess Meredith and Princess Grace Kelly attend the Theatre Hall Of Fame Awards held on March 28, 1982 at the Uris Theater, now called the Gershwin Theater, New York City.

Ethel Merman, Burgess Meredith and Princess Grace Kelly attend the Theatre Hall Of Fame Awards held on March 28, 1982 at the Uris Theater, now called the Gershwin Theater, New York City.
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Date:
01/21/2019
Ethel Merman, Burgess Meredith and Princess Grace Kelly attend the Theatre Hall Of Fame Awards held on March 28, 1982 at the Uris Theater, now called the Gershwin Theater, New York City.

Ethel Merman, Burgess Meredith and Princess Grace Kelly attend the Theatre Hall Of Fame Awards held on March 28, 1982 at the Uris Theater, now called the Gershwin Theater, New York City.
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Date:
01/21/2019
Adolph Green, Betty Comden, Al Pacino, Jerry Herman, Burgess Meredith, Susan Strassberg, Angela lansbury, Lillian Gish, Carol Channing, Ethel Merman, Princess Grace Kelly and Ellen Burstyn attend the Theatre Hall Of Fame Awards held on March 28, 1982 at t

Adolph Green, Betty Comden, Al Pacino, Jerry Herman, Burgess Meredith, Susan Strassberg, Angela lansbury, Lillian Gish, Carol Channing, Ethel Merman, Princess Grace Kelly and Ellen Burstyn attend the Theatre Hall Of Fame Awards held on March 28, 1982 at t
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Date:
01/21/2019
Adolph Green, Betty Comden, Al Pacino, Jerry Herman, Burgess Meredith, Susan Strassberg, Angela lansbury, Lillian Gish, Carol Channing, Ethel Merman, Princess Grace Kelly and Ellen Burstyn at the Theatre Hall Of Fame Awards held on March 28, 1982 at the U

Adolph Green, Betty Comden, Al Pacino, Jerry Herman, Burgess Meredith, Susan Strassberg, Angela lansbury, Lillian Gish, Carol Channing, Ethel Merman, Princess Grace Kelly and Ellen Burstyn at the Theatre Hall Of Fame Awards held on March 28, 1982 at the U
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Date:
01/21/2019

 

Stage
Performances

[Broadway]
1964
Performer

[Broadway]
Closed on the road, 1961
Mr. Kicks

[Broadway]
1956
Adolphus Cusins

[Broadway]
1953
Pa Pennypacker

[Broadway]
1953
Sakini [Replacement]

[Broadway]
1951
Michael [Replacement]

[Broadway]
1951
Gandersheim

[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1950
Larry

[Broadway]
1946
Christy Mahon

[Broadway]
1942
Eugene Marchbanks

[Broadway]
1940
Liliom

[Broadway]
1937
Stephen Minch

[Broadway]
1937
Van van Dorn

[Broadway]
1935
Mio

[Broadway]
1935
Leonard Dobie

[Broadway]
1935
Octavius Moulton-Barrett

[Broadway]
1935
Seaman Jones

[Broadway]
1934
Jim Hipper

[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1933
Buzz Jones

[Broadway]
1933
Red Barry

[Broadway]
Broadway Production, 1933
Crook-Finger Jake (Macheath's Gang)

Crook-Finger Jack

[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1932
Tweedledee

Dormouse

Duck

[Broadway]
1932
Young Hollunder

[Broadway]
1931
Packy Davis

[Broadway]
1930
Kratz

Orderly

[Broadway]
1930
Peter

[Broadway]
1930
Grain

[Broadway]
1930
Peter

Ensemble

Productions

[Broadway, 1974]
Director

[Broadway, 1967]
Director

[Broadway, 1964]
Director

[Broadway, 1961]
Director

[Broadway, 1960]
Director

[Broadway, 1959]
Director

[Off-Broadway, 1958]
Director

[Broadway, 1956]
Producer

[Broadway, 1953]
Director

[Broadway, 1951]
Director

[Broadway, 1950]
Director

[Broadway, 1950]
Director

Writing
Conceiver