Charles Walters (Choreographer) | Playbill

Charles Walters

Choreographer
  • Born: Nov 16, 1911 in Brooklyn, NY, USA
  • Death: Aug 12, 1982

Roles (23)

Palace Two-a-Day Playbill - February 1952 Judy Garland: Palace Two-A-Day
Opened October 16, 1951
  • Director
St. Louis Woman Playbill - March 1946 St. Louis Woman
Opened March 30, 1946
  • Choreographer
Banjo Eyes Playbill - Feb 1942 Banjo Eyes
Opened December 25, 1941
  • Dances
Let's Face It Playbill - May 1942 Let's Face It!
Opened October 29, 1941
  • Choreographer
Du Barry Was a Lady Playbill - Jan 1940 Du Barry Was a Lady
Opened December 06, 1939
  • as Captain of King's Guard (Original)
  • as Harry Norton (Original)
Sing Out the News Playbill - January 1939 Sing Out the News
Opened September 24, 1938
  • Choreographer
  • "Peace and the Diplomat" Staging
I Married an Angel Playbill - June 1938 I Married an Angel
Opened May 11, 1938
  • as Peter Mueller (Original)
Our Town Playbill - Jun 1938 Our Town
Opened February 04, 1938
  • as People of the Town (Original)
Between the Devil Playbill - Jan 1938 Between the Devil
Opened December 22, 1937
  • as Freddie Hill (Original)
The Show is On Playbill - Feb 1937 The Show Is On
Opened December 25, 1936
  • as "Little Old Lady" Performer (Original)
  • as "Long as You've Got Your Health" Dancer (Original)
  • as "What Has He Got?" Performer (Original)
  • as Malcolm St. Clair (Original)
So Proudly We Hail Playbill - Sept 1936 So Proudly We Hail
Opened September 22, 1936
  • as Plebe Cadet (Original)
Jubilee Playbill - Nov 1935 Jubilee
Opened October 12, 1935
  • as Prince James (Original)
Parade Playbill - May 1935 Parade
Opened May 20, 1935
  • as "Decadence" Dancer (Original)
  • as A Laborer (Original)
  • as Specialty Dancer (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 No More Frontier
Opened October 22, 1931
  • as Jack Bailey, 2nd (Original)
Strange Interlude Playbill - May 1928 Strange Interlude
Opened January 30, 1928
  • as Gordon Evans (as a child) (Original)
Sam Abramovitch Playbill - January 1927 Sam Abramovitch
Opened January 18, 1927
  • as An Orphan Boy (Original)
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