Eva Le Gallienne

Eva Le Gallienne

Director
  • Also known as: Eva La Gallienne, Eva LeGallienne
  • Born: Jan 11, 1899 in London, England
  • Death: Jun 3, 1991 in Weston, Connecticut

Roles (134)

Alice in Wonderland Playbill - Opening Night, Dec 1982 Alice in Wonderland (1982)
Opened Dec 23, 1982
  • as White Queen (Original)
  • Conception
  • Adaptation for the stage
  • Director
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To Grandmother's House We Go Playbill - Jan 1981 To Grandmother's House We Go (1981)
Opened Jan 15, 1981
  • as Grandie (Original)
To Grandmother's House We Go - Opening Night
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The Royal Family Playbill - Dec 1975 The Royal Family (1975)
Opened Dec 30, 1975
  • as Fanny Cavendish (Original)
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Exit the King Playbill - March 1968 Exit the King (1968)
Opened Jan 9, 1968
  • as Queen Marguerite (Original)
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The Seagull Playbill - April 1964 The Seagull (1964)
Opened Apr 5, 1964
  • as Madame Arkadina (Original)
  • Translator
  • Director
The Seagull - April 1964
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Production Placeholder Mary Stuart (1957)
Opened Oct 8, 1957
  • as Queen Elizabeth (Original)
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The Southwest Corner Playbill - Feb 1955 The Southwest Corner (1955)
Opened Feb 3, 1955
  • as Marcia Elder (Original)
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Production Placeholder The Starcross Story (1954)
Opened Jan 13, 1954
  • as Lady Starcross (Original)
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The Strong Are Lonely Playbill - Sept 1953 The Strong Are Lonely (1953)
Opened Sep 29, 1953
  • From the French version of the German version, adapted
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Awards

Drama Desk Award
1981 Outstanding Actress in a Play To Grandmother's House We Go Nominee
Outer Critics Circle
1976 Outstanding Performance The Royal Family Winner
Theatre World Awards
1977 Theatre World Special Award Winner
Tony Award
1981 Best Actress in a Play To Grandmother's House We Go Nominee
1964 Special Award Winner
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