Barbara Cook

Barbara Cook

Performer
  • Born: Oct 25, 1927 in Atlanta, Georgia

Roles (23)

Sondheim on Sondheim Playbill - Opening Night Sondheim on Sondheim (2010)
Opened Apr 22, 2010
Sondheim on Sondheim - Opening Night
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Enemies Playbill - Nov 1972 Enemies (1972)
Opened Nov 9, 1972
  • as Kleopatra (Original)
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The Grass Harp Playbill - Nov 1971 The Grass Harp (1971)
Opened Nov 2, 1971
  • as Dolly Talbo (Original)
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Little Murders Playbill - April 1967 Little Murders (1967)
Opened Apr 25, 1967
  • as Patsy Newquist (Original)
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Any Wednesday Playbill - March 1964 Any Wednesday (1964)
Opened Feb 18, 1964
  • as Ellen Gordon (Replacement)
  • Arrived on Feb 22, 1965
Something More! Playbill - Nov 1964 Something More! (1964)
Opened Nov 10, 1964
  • as Carol Deems (Original)
Something More! - Opening Night
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She Loves Me Playbill - Jan 1964 She Loves Me (1963)
Opened Apr 23, 1963
  • as Amalia Balash (Original)
She Loves Me - Opening Night
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The Gay Life Playbill - Nov 1961 The Gay Life (1961)
Opened Nov 18, 1961
  • as Liesl Brandel (Original)
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The Music Man Playbill - March 1958 The Music Man (1957)
Opened Dec 19, 1957
  • as Marian Paroo (Original)
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Production Placeholder Carousel (1957)
Opened Sep 11, 1957
  • as Julie Jordan (Original)
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Awards

Drama Desk Award
2004 Outstanding Solo Performance Barbara Cook's Broadway! Nominee
2003 Outstanding Solo Performance Mostly Sondheim Nominee
1987 Outstanding Solo Performance Barbara Cook: A Concert for the Theatre Winner
Drama League
2014 Distinguished Achievement in Musical Theatre Winner
New York Drama Critics' Circle
2004 Special Citation Winner
Outer Critics Circle
2010 Outstanding Actress in a Musical Sondheim on Sondheim Nominee
Theatre World Awards
1955 Theatre World Award Plain and Fancy Winner
Tony Award
2010 Best Featured Actress in a Musical Sondheim on Sondheim Nominee
2002 Special Theatrical Event Mostly Sondheim Nominee
1958 Best Featured Actress in a Musical The Music Man Winner
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