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Gene Tierney

 
Gene Tierney Headshot
Date of Birth: November 19, 1920
Date of Death: November 06, 1991 (70)

Birth Place: Brooklyn, NY, USA

Stage Credits

  [Broadway]
1940
Patricia Stanley
  [Broadway]
1939
Peggy Carr
  [Broadway]
1939
Molly O'Day

 

Stage

Performances
  [Broadway]
1940
Patricia Stanley

  [Broadway]
1939
Peggy Carr

  [Broadway]
1939
Molly O'Day






Gene Tierney News

BWW Review: Holly Ann Butler Is A Marvel In COVER ME at Feinstein's/54 Below Photo BWW Review: Holly Ann Butler Is A Marvel In COVER ME at Feinstein's/54 Below
by Stephen Mosher - May 11, 2022

Holly Ann Butler puts the life of the theaterical understudy in the spotlight in her new club act COVER ME.

New Musical Adaptation of THE GHOST AND MRS. MUIR in Development Photo New Musical Adaptation of THE GHOST AND MRS. MUIR in Development
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 18, 2021

The acclaimed romantic-fantasy novel The Ghost and Mrs. Muir by R.A Dick will be adapted for the stage as a new musical. Under the direction of Kenneth Hoyt (The Blue Hour of Natalie Barney, Arcola; The Sea Plays, Old Vic Tunnels) this exciting project comes to fruition after a 26-year struggle to acquire the stage rights to the much beloved novel.

Stage Directors & Choreographers Foundation Announces Annual Gala Photo Stage Directors & Choreographers Foundation Announces Annual Gala
by Julie Musbach - Sep 19, 2018

Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation (SDCF), the independent, not-for-profit affiliate of SDC, Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, today announced unique plans for its 2019 award evening, which will feature original choreographic pieces resulting from a special commissioning program, with the application period now open. SDCF also announced that Victoria Traube would receive a special 'Mr. Abbott' Award at the event, to be held March 25 at the French Institute Alliance Francaise (FIAF).

BWW Review: VIOLET at Actors Co-Op Photo BWW Review: VIOLET at Actors Co-Op
by Cary Ginell - Jun 1, 2018

Claire Adams stars as a young North Carolina woman seeking a miracle - to heal her disfigured face caused by a farm accident from when she was young. Embarking on a Greyhound bus bound for Tulsa just after the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was implemented, Violet deals with race, guilt, and shame in her quest to get an Oklahoma faith healer to make her inner and outer scars vanish.

2017 CAPA SUMMER MOVIE SERIES Lineup Announced
by BWW News Desk - May 1, 2017

The CAPA Summer Movie Series, the longest-running classic film series in America, celebrates its 47th anniversary in 2017 with an impressive assembly of classics, cult favorites, and beloved films.

New Wave of Classics to Be Released from Fox Cinema Archives
by Caryn Robbins - Feb 14, 2017

Bring home the newest wave of classics from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment's Cinema Archives vault, available for purchase on DVD now!

BWW Review: Murder Mystery Classic LAURA at Stoneham Theatre
by Nancy Grossman - May 9, 2016

Recent IRNE Award-winner Sarah Gazdowicz directs LAURA with a steady hand, garnering especially strong performances from Alexander Cook as Detective Mark McPherson and Steven Barkhimer as Waldo Lydecker. Jasmine Rush coolly plays the title character, an attractive career woman whose portrait infatuates the detective investigating her murder.

Murder Mystery Classic LAURA to Play Stoneham Theatre This May
by BWW News Desk - May 5, 2016

Everyone is a suspect in the murder of Laura Hunt, an irresistibly attractive business woman trying to make her way in the world of advertising. A hard-boiled detective on the case becomes infatuated with her portrait after reading her memoirs, but her closest friends don't trust him. The twists and turns of this film noir classic, adapted for the stage, will have you guessing whodunit.

Murder Mystery Classic LAURA to Play Stoneham Theatre This May
by BWW News Desk - Apr 26, 2016

Everyone is a suspect in the murder of Laura Hunt, an irresistibly attractive business woman trying to make her way in the world of advertising. A hard-boiled detective on the case becomes infatuated with her portrait after reading her memoirs, but her closest friends don't trust him. The twists and turns of this film noir classic, adapted for the stage, will have you guessing whodunit.

BWW Reviews: Los Angeles Premiere of VIOLET Provides an Unparalleled Spiritual Journey of Great Depth by Kelrik Productions
by Don Grigware - May 26, 2015

When Violet first premiered off-Broadway in 1997, it created a stir winning two prizes for Best Musical but didn't make waves until 2014 when it transferred to Broadway in an all new production starring Sutton Foster. It heartfully tells the story of a disfigured girl from Spruce Pine, North Carolina Violet Karl who makes a journey to Tulsa, Oklahoma in the hopes of being physically transformed by a faith healer. An accident occurred when she was a teen - a blade that her father was using cut her face, leaving an ugly scar - and Violet always blamed her father proclaiming that he did not want her to be pretty. She would have no male prospects and be forced to stay on to live with him on their small farm. The scar runs deep - 'it reaches to your heart' new acquaintances tell her, so the journey to find a brand new 'glamorized' look means everything to Violet who will sacrifice just about anything to have it all.


Gene Tierney Frequently Asked Questions

How many Broadway shows has Gene Tierney been in?
Gene Tierney has appeared on Broadway in 3 shows.

How many West End shows has Gene Tierney been in?
Gene Tierney has not appeared in the West End