Patricia Elliott

Patricia Elliott

Performer

Patricia Elliott, a stage actress who won a Tony Award in 1973 for her portrayal as the comically embittered Countess Charlotte Malcolm in the original production of the Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler’s musical, A Little Night Music, died on Dec. 20 at her home in Manhattan.

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  • Born: Jul 21, 1938 in Gunnison, CO
  • Death: Dec 20, 2015 in New York, NY

Roles (12)

A Month of Sundays Playbill - Opening Night, April 1987 A Month of Sundays (1987)
Opened Apr 16, 1987
  • as Julia (Original)
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The Elephant Man Playbill - April 1979 The Elephant Man (1979)
Opened Apr 19, 1979
  • as Pinhead (Replacement)
  • as Mrs. Kendal (Replacement)
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13 Rue De L'amour Playbill - Opening Night, March 1978 13 Rue de L'Amour (1978)
Opened Mar 16, 1978
  • as Leontine (Original)
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Tartuffe Playbill - Sept 1977 Tartuffe (1977)
Opened Sep 25, 1977
  • as Dorine (Original)
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The Shadow Box Playbill - March 1977 The Shadow Box (1977)
Opened Mar 31, 1977
  • as Beverly (Original)
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A Little Night Music Playbill - March 1973 A Little Night Music (1973)
Opened Feb 25, 1973
  • as Countess Charlotte Malcolm (Original)
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PB.Listing.Placeholder.BROADWAY.V4.jpg Hedda Gabler (1971)
Opened Feb 17, 1971
  • as Thea Elvsted (Original)
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PB.Listing.Placeholder.BROADWAY.V4.jpg A Doll's House (1971)
Opened Jan 13, 1971
  • as Kristine Linde (Original)
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King Henry V Playbill - Nov 1969 King Henry V (1969)
Opened Nov 10, 1969
  • as Alice (Original)
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PB.Listing.Placeholder.BROADWAY.V4.jpg A Cry of Players (1968)
Opened Nov 14, 1968
  • as Townsperson (Original)
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Awards

Drama Desk Award
1978 Outstanding Actress in a Play Tartuffe Nominee
1973 Outstanding Performance A Little Night Music Winner
Theatre World Awards
1973 Theatre World Award A Little Night Music Winner
Tony Award
1977 Best Featured Actress in a Play The Shadow Box Nominee
1973 Best Featured Actress in a Musical A Little Night Music Winner
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