The Playbill Vault Remembers Tony Award Winner Dorothy Loudon

By Megan Dekic
15 Nov 2013

Loudon's subsequent Broadway performances were in the 1985 musical revue Jerry's Girls, celebrating the songs of composer-lyricist Jerry Herman, and 1994's Comedy Tonight, a variety show featuring four comedians.

Her final Broadway appearance was in the 2002 Broadway revival of Dinner at Eight. She performed the role of Carlotta Vance in the show's first preview, then dropped out of the production due to illness. Marian Seldes stepped in for the ailing Loudon.



Look back on Dorothy Loudon's Broadway career in the Vault.