Peggy Cass

Peggy Cass

Performer
  • Also known as: Mary Margaret Cass
  • Born: May 21, 1924 in Boston, MA, USA
  • Death: Mar 8, 1999 in New York, NY, USA

Roles (23)

The Octette Bridge Club Playbill - Opening Night, March 1985 The Octette Bridge Club (1985)
Opened Mar 5, 1985
  • as Lil (Original)
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42nd Street Playbill - Oct 1980 42nd Street (1980)
Opened Aug 25, 1980
  • as Maggie Jones (Replacement)
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Production Placeholder Once a Catholic (1979)
Opened Oct 10, 1979
  • as Mother Basil (Original)
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The Front Page Playbill - May 1969 The Front Page (1969)
Opened May 10, 1969
  • as Mollie Malloy (Original)
The Front Page - Opening Night
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Plaza Suite Playbill - Opening Night, Feb 1968 Plaza Suite (1968)
Opened Feb 14, 1968
  • as Norma Hubley (Visitor From Forest Hills) (Replacement)
  • as Muriel Tate (Visitor From Hollywood) (Replacement)
  • as Karen Nash (Visitor From Mamaroneck) (Replacement)
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Don't Drink the Water Playbill - Feb 1966 Don't Drink the Water (1966)
Opened Nov 17, 1966
  • as Marion Hollander (Replacement)
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Children From Their Games Playbill - April 1963 Children from Their Games (1963)
Opened Apr 11, 1963
  • as Vera von Stobel (Original)
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A Thurber Carnival Playbill - April 1960 A Thurber Carnival (1960)
Opened Feb 26, 1960
  • as She (Original)
  • as Narrator (Original)
  • as Mrs. Sheep (Original)
  • as Mrs. Preble (Original)
  • as Mrs. Mitty (Original)
  • as Miss Alma Winege (Original)
  • as Lou (Original)
  • as Miss Whittaker (Replacement)
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Auntie Mame Playbill - Dec 1956 Auntie Mame (1956)
Opened Oct 31, 1956
  • as Agnes Gooch (Original)
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Bernardine Playbill - Nov 1952 Bernardine (1952)
Opened Oct 16, 1952
  • as Helen (Original)
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Awards

Theatre World Awards
1957 Theatre World Award Auntie Mame Winner
Tony Award
1957 Best Featured Actress in a Play Auntie Mame Winner
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