Maureen Moore

Maureen Moore

Performer
  • Born: Aug 12, 1951 in Wallingford, CT, USA

Roles (25)

Grey Gardens Playbill - Opening Night Grey Gardens (2006)
Opened Nov 2, 2006
  • as Standby for Christine Ebersole (Standby - Original)
Grey Gardens - Opening Night
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Threepenny Opera Playbill - Opening Night, March 2006 Threepenny Opera (2006)
Opened Apr 20, 2006
  • as Walter (Original)
  • as Betty (Original)
  • as Ensemble (Original)
  • as Jenny (Understudy - Original)
Threepenny Opera - Opening Night
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Gypsy Playbill - Opening Night, May 2003 Gypsy (2003)
Opened May 1, 2003
  • as Rose (Replacement)
  • as Rose (Standby - Original)
Gypsy - Opening Night
  • Sep 29, 2003 - Oct 4, 2003
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Cabaret Playbill - Preview, Feb 1998 Cabaret (1998)
Opened Mar 19, 1998
  • as Fraulein Schneider (Standby - Replacement)
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Sunset Boulevard Playbill - Opening Night, Nov 1994 Sunset Boulevard (1994)
Opened Nov 17, 1994
  • as Norma Desmond (Standby - Original)
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Falsettos Playbill - Opening Night, May 1992 Falsettos (1992)
Opened Apr 29, 1992
  • as Cordelia (Replacement)
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Jerome Robbins Broadway Playbill - Opening Night Jerome Robbins' Broadway (1989)
Opened Feb 26, 1989
  • as Singing Chorus (Replacement)
  • as Royal Singer (Replacement)
  • as Jet Girl (Replacement)
  • as Company Member of "...Forum" (Replacement)
  • as Claire (Replacement)
  • as Peter Pan (Understudy - Replacement)
  • as Electra (Understudy - Replacement)
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Les Miserables Playbill - Opening Night, March 1987 Les Misérables (1987)
Opened Mar 12, 1987
  • as Fantine (Replacement)
  • Arrived on Jul 19, 1988
Song and Dance Playbill - Oct 1985 Song and Dance (1985)
Opened Sep 18, 1985
  • as Emma (Standby - Original)
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Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up? Playbill - May 1982 Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up? (1982)
Opened May 27, 1982
  • as Becky Bakowski (Original)
Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up? - Opening Night
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