Alice Drummond

Alice Drummond

Performer

Actor Alice Drummond, a Tony nominee for best featured actress in a play for The Chinese and Dr. Fishi, has died. Drummond passed away November 30, 2016 from complications from a fall she sustained two months ago at her home in the Bronx, NY.

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  • Born: May 21, 1929 in Pawtucket, RI
  • Death: Nov 30, 2016 in The Bronx, NY

Roles (22)

You Can't Take It With You Playbill - Opening Night, April 1983 You Can't Take It With You (1983)
Opened Apr 4, 1983
  • as Gay Wellington (Original)
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Some of My Best Friends Playbill - Oct. 1977 Some of My Best Friends (1977)
Opened Oct 25, 1977
  • as Dorothy Mumford (Original)
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Production Placeholder Boy Meets Girl (1976)
Opened Apr 13, 1976
  • as Miss Crews (Original)
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Production Placeholder Secret Service (1976)
Opened Apr 12, 1976
  • as Mrs. Varney (Original)
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Production Placeholder A Memory of Two Mondays (1976)
Opened Jan 26, 1976
  • as Agnes (Original)
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Summer Brave Playbill - Oct 1975 Summer Brave (1975)
Opened Oct 26, 1975
  • as Christine Schoenwalder (Original)
  • as Mrs. Helen Potts (Understudy - Original)
  • as Irma Kronkite (Understudy - Original)
  • as Flo Owens (Understudy - Original)
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Thieves Playbill - April 1974 Thieves (1974)
Opened Apr 7, 1974
  • as Flo (Original)
  • as Street Lady (Understudy - Original)
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Production Placeholder The Chinese (1970)
Opened Mar 10, 1970
  • as Mrs. Lee (Original)
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Malcolm Playbill - Jan 1966 Malcolm (1966)
Opened Jan 11, 1966
  • as Eloisa Brace (Original)
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The Ballad of the Sad Cafe Playbill - Oct 1963 The Ballad of the Sad Cafe (1963)
Opened Oct 30, 1963
  • as Townsperson (Original)
  • as Townsperson (Understudy - Original)
  • as Mrs. Peterson (Understudy - Original)
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Awards

Drama Desk Award
1976 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play A Memory of Two Mondays / 27 Wagons Full of Cotton Nominee
Tony Award
1970 Featured Actress in a Play The Chinese and Dr. Fish Nominee