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Dorothy Donnelly

Date of Death: January 03, 1928 (47)

Birth Place: New York, NY, USA

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Dorothy Donnelly STAGE CREDITS

[Broadway]
1915
Performer

[Broadway]
1915
Candida

[Broadway]
1914
Performer

[Broadway]
1914
Performer

[Broadway]
1912
Janet Van Roof

[Broadway]
1910
Jacqueline

[Broadway]
1909
Performer

[Broadway]
1907
Marion Manners

[Broadway]
1906
Louise Stolbeck

[Broadway]
1906
Ruth Jordan

[Broadway]
1905
Performer

[Broadway]
1905
Performer

[Broadway]
1905
Mrs. Maia Rubek

[Broadway]
1905
Performer

[Broadway]
1904
The Lady

[Broadway]
1903
Candida

[Broadway]
1902
Madame Alvarez

[Broadway]
1902
Madame Alvarez

[Broadway]
1901
Performer [Replacement]

[Broadway]
1901
Nell Gwyn

Dorothy Donnelly Productions

 
[Broadway, 1923]
Director
 
[Broadway, 1917]
Producer

Writing

Bookwriter
Bookwriter
Lyricist
Playwright
Bookwriter
Lyricist
Bookwriter
Lyricist
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Bookwriter
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Dorothy Donnelly News


Mandala Arts Presents PASSAGES OF DANCE & MUSIC: ASIAN CHOREOGRAPHERS SHOWCASE, May 7 At Visceral Dance Center

​​​​​​​Mandala South Asian Performing Arts, which connects audiences and students with the vibrancy, flavors, and colors of the performing arts traditions of South Asia, presents “Passages of Dance & Music: Asian Choreographers Showcase,” Sunday, May 7 at 3 p.m. at the Visceral Dance Center, 3121 N. Rockwell, Chicago.

Which Broadway Show Has Been Revived the Most?

This month, the reader question was “What Broadway show has been revived the most?” Taking both plays and musicals into account, and considering works in repertory, these were the findings.

Playwright Aline Lathrop Retells The Odyssey in QUEEN OF ITHACA

Chicago playwright Aline Lathrop's play 'Queen of Ithaca' will be presented as a free, online Write Collective reading on Friday, October 7, 2022, at 7 p.m.

DESTINOS, 5th CHICAGO INTERNATIONAL LATINO THEATER FESTIVAL Announces Week Two Lineup

Welcome to Week Two of Destinos, 5th Chicago International Latino Theater Festival, Chicago's annual citywide live theater showcase of Latino artists and companies from Chicago, the U.S. and Latin America, running four more weeks, now through October 16, 2022.

Mandala to Present DIWALI: THE STORY OF RAM in October

In celebration of the Indian holiday festival of Diwali, Mandala South Asian Performing Arts, which connects audiences and students with the vibrancy, flavors, and colors of the performing arts traditions of South Asia, will present a family-friendly performance program combining dance, music, and the 17th century art of Mewar, a region in India.

MAN AND MOON Rolling World Premiere Opens At Madison Street Theater, October 21

San Diego-based Siena Marilyn Ledger's National New Play Network rolling world premiere Man and Moon runs October 19-November 13, 2022, at Madison Street Theater.

Mandala South Asian Performing Arts Announces New Home on Chicago's Devon Avenue

Mandala South Asian Performing Arts, which connects audiences and students with the vibrancy, flavors, and colors of the performing arts traditions of South Asia, has announced that, effective June 1, the organization is establishing a new home at 2642 W. Devon Avenue in Chicago’s “Little India” community.

Mandala Makers Festival Showcases Multidisciplinary Artists

​​​​​​​Mandala South Asian Performing Arts, which connects audiences and students with the vibrancy, flavors, and colors of the performing arts traditions of South Asia, presents its fourth annual Mandala Makers Festival.

Destinos, 5th Chicago International Latino Theater Festival, Will Return in September

Destinos, 5th Chicago International Latino Theater Festival, Chicago's citywide international festival bringing together and showcasing Latino theater artists and companies from Chicago, the U.S. and Latin America, will return, live and in-person, September 15-October 16, 2022.

Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra Unveils New Marilynn Tannebaum Youth Music Education Institute

Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra unveiled its new Youth Music Education Institute this past Sunday, March 13 during an exclusive concert at Olympia Fields Country Club, and in the process, surprised longtime supporter Marilynn Tannebaum by dedicating the Institute in her honor.

Choreographers Showcase Announced April 17 At The Chicago History Museum

Mandala South Asian Performing Arts, which connects audiences and students with the vibrancy, flavors, and colors of the performing arts traditions of South Asia, returns to the stage with a Choreographers Showcase of South Asian perspectives in contemporary dance. The performance takes place Sunday, April 17 at 3 p.m. at the Chicago History Museum, 1601 N. Clark Street, Chicago.

Illinois Philharmonic Announces 45th Anniversary Season

Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra, under the direction of Maestro Stilian Kirov, has announced its 45th anniversary season. The 2022-23 season features some of the world's most celebrated musicians with cellists Oliver Herbert and Inbal Segev and multiple appearances by Grammy award-winning baritone Bill McMurray, soprano Kimberly E. Jones, and the Chicago Community Chorus.

Artemisia Theatre Announces Virtual World Premiere of Lauren Ferebee's GOODS

Two intergalactic trash collectors, both women, one Black, one white, are hurtling through space toward the finish of their anniversary route, ready to celebrate their return to Earth. But a surprising job sends them back out to the asteroid belt and forces them to make a devastating choice.

African American Arts Alliance Awarded $240,000 for New Exec Director Position

The African American Arts Alliance has been awarded $240,000 by the Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation and the Walder Foundation to provide salary support for its first Executive Director. The funding will be distributed over three years with the possibility of a two-year extension.

2019 Special Jeff Award Goes To Teatro Vista

The Jeff Awards will honor Teatro Vista with the 2019 Special Equity Jeff Award at the Equity Ceremony at Drury Lane Oakbrook on October 21, 2019. Over the last three decades, Teatro Vista has theatrically depicted the human experience from its unique Latinx perspective. Founded in 1989 by actors Henry Godinez and Eddie Torres to provide a platform upon which stories born of and relevant to the Latino culture could be heard, Teatro Vista has enriched the Chicago theatre scene with haunting, humorous, historical and magical stories. Teatro Vista, now under the artistic direction of Ricardo Gutierrez, continues to challenge and entertain Chicago audiences with its gifted ensemble of dynamic artists.

Bilingual ROMEO AND JULIET and More Announced For Teatro Vista's 2019 High School Student Theater Series

Every spring, Teatro Vista, Chicago's professional Latinx theater company, introduces Chicago-area high school students to classic and contemporary plays framed in a Latinx filter.

Teatro Vista To Premiere THE ABUELAS

Teatro Vista announces the world premiere of Stephanie Alison Walker's The Abuelas, a sequel to her acclaimed play The Madres, February 9-March 17, 2019 at Victory Gardens Theater, 2433 N. Lincoln Avenue, Chicago. Press opening is Friday, February 15 at 8 p.m. Regular show times are Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m., and Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Tickets, $20-$35, go on sale December 17. For tickets and information, visit teatrovista.org, victorygardens.org or call (773) 871-3000.

Third Eye Theatre Ensemble Announces The 20th Anniversary Chicago Production Of PATIENCE & SARAH: A PIONEERING LOVE STORY

Third Eye Theatre Ensemble celebrates their fifth season with Paula M. Kimper's Patience & Sarah: A Pioneering Love Story at Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont, October 5th-October 21st. Set in Connecticut in the winter of 1816, the opera tells the powerful story of two young women who meet, fall in love, and resolve to devote their lives to each other.

Teatro Vista Announces Full AMERICAN JORNALERO Run

American Jornalero, a Chicago premiere by Ed Cardona Jr. about a group of Latinx immigrant day laborers who are confronted by self-styled America First vigilantes, is Teatro Vista's official entry in DESTINOS, the 2nd Chicago Latino International Theatre Festival.

Third Eye Theatre Ensemble Announces The 20th Anniversary Chicago Production Of PATIENCE & SARAH: A PIONEERING LOVE STORY

Third Eye Theatre Ensemble celebrates their fifth season with Paula M. Kimper's Patience & Sarah: A Pioneering Love Story at Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont, October 5th-October 21st. Set in Connecticut in the winter of 1816, the opera tells the powerful story of two young women who meet, fall in love, and resolve to devote their lives to each other.

Dorothy Donnelly FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Dorothy Donnelly has appeared on Broadway in 20 shows.

Dorothy Donnelly has not appeared in the West End

Dorothy Donnelly has written 9 shows including The Student Prince (Librettist), Fancy Free (Bookwriter), The Riddle: Woman (Playwright), Forbidden (Playwright), Blossom Time (Bookwriter), Poppy (Bookwriter), Hello, Lola (Bookwriter), My Maryland (Bookwriter), My Princess (Bookwriter).

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