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Ethel Shutta

 
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Date of Death:

Stage Credits

  [Broadway]
Concert [Broadway], 1973
Performer
  [US Tour]
National Tour, 1972
Hattie Walker
  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1971
Hattie Walker
  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1963
Nellie Malone
  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1943
Daphne Drew
  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1928
Mary Custer
  [Broadway]
1925
Performer
  [Broadway]
1925
Gabrielle Trapmann
  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1924
Molly Daly
  [Broadway]
1922
Performer






Ethel Shutta News

Broadway Veteran Kurt Peterson Will Appear in PROUD LADIES - A NYC Concert Premiere i Photo Broadway Veteran Kurt Peterson Will Appear in PROUD LADIES - A NYC Concert Premiere in October
by Stephi Wild - Aug 23, 2022

Broadway veteran Kurt Peterson (Dear World, Follies) will appear in the NYC concert debut of Proud Ladies at Merkin Hall at Kaufman Music Center (129 W. 67th St.) on Monday, October 10 at 7:00pm. 

Ben Rimalower's Broken Records QuaranStreams Continues with Roses and Daffodils: The  Photo Ben Rimalower's Broken Records QuaranStreams Continues with Roses and Daffodils: The Essential Follies Playlist
by Ben Rimalower - Jul 12, 2021

In this episode, Ben and Daniel discuss the results of Roses and Daffodils: The Essential Follies Playlist. For this project, listeners voted weekly for their favorite versions of the Follies female solos, and 'Friends of the Pod' appeared with Ben and Daniel on 'Next Year, Some Year' to weigh in on the deeper cuts.

STAGE TUBE: Watch Lost Documentary Footage from SONDHEIM: A MUSICAL TRIBUTE
by Stage Tube - Sep 23, 2013

'Sondheim: A Musical Tribute' was the title given to a benefit staged in March 1973. American Musical and Dramatic Academy and the National Hemophilia Foundation first wanted to honor Harold Prince, but he declined, so they chose Stephen Sondheim. Sondheim thought it would be 'merely a dinner,' but it was actually a full-scale production with 33 performers and a 30-piece orchestra, staged on the set of the then-running 'A Little Night Music' at the Shubert Theatre. Below, check out footage from a short documentary that was made about the show.

BROADWAY RECALL: Still Here? No, They're Back!
by Michael Dale - Sep 4, 2011

With its many supporting roles for older performers, one of the great pleasures of productions of Follies is the opportunity to see some of the theatre's senior members making a triumphant return to the Broadway stage.

SOUND OFF: Sondheim Palooza Part 3
by Robert Diamond - Apr 21, 2010

Today we are taking a look at the extended streak of genius exhibited by Stephen Sondheim, along with director/producer Hal Prince, following the resounding success of COMPANY in 1970. Throughout the rest of the 70s they would continue to change the form of theatre itself with four momentous musicals tackling every topic from aging showgirls singing one last tune to Ingmar Bergman sunsets and a topic for a concept musical no less epic than the westernization of Japan in the wake of Commodore Perry - plus, who could forget the remorseful Barber and his knife (or should that be “wife“?). Without question, these are four richly-encrusted crowning achievements of a legendary career and these musical jewels are still sparkling and shining, as glistening and beautiful as ever dazzling us and enticing us to inspect them closer...

Whatever Happened To Kurt Peterson?
by Joseph F. Panarello - May 15, 2005

After Tony in West Side Story, Dear World, and Follies, Kurt Peterson left the world of performing. Now he's back producing Stephen Schwartz's Captain Louie....

McKechnie and Ziemba will Star in Follies at Barrington Stage Company
by BWW News Desk - Apr 1, 2005

Donna McKechnie and Karen Ziemba will headline Folles at the Barrington Stage Company from June 23rd-July 16th

Ethel Shutta Videos

STAGE TUBE: Watch Lost Documentary Footage from SONDHEIM: A MUSICAL TRIBUTE
by Stage Tube - Sep 23, 2013

'Sondheim: A Musical Tribute' was the title given to a benefit staged in March 1973. American Musical and Dramatic Academy and the National Hemophilia Foundation first wanted to honor Harold Prince, but he declined, so they chose Stephen Sondheim. Sondheim thought it would be 'merely a dinner,' but it was actually a full-scale production with 33 performers and a 30-piece orchestra, staged on the set of the then-running 'A Little Night Music' at the Shubert Theatre. Below, check out footage from a short documentary that was made about the show.


Ethel Shutta Frequently Asked Questions

How many Broadway shows has Ethel Shutta been in?
Ethel Shutta has appeared on Broadway in 9 shows.

How many West End shows has Ethel Shutta been in?
Ethel Shutta has not appeared in the West End