Rosetta LeNoire (Performer) | Playbill

Rosetta LeNoire

Performer
  • Born: Aug 07, 1911 in New York, NY, USA
  • Death: Mar 16, 2002 in Teaneck, NJ, USA

Roles (23)

You Can't Take It With You Playbill - Opening Night, April 1983 You Can't Take It With You
Opened April 04, 1983
  • as Rheba (Original)
Bubbling Brown Sugar Playbill - Jan 1977 Bubbling Brown Sugar
Opened March 02, 1976
  • Based On A Concept
  • Originally presented by AMAS Repertory Theatre (Rosetta Le Noire, Founder and Artistic Director)
The Royal Family Playbill - Dec 1975 The Royal Family
Opened December 30, 1975
  • as Della (Original)
God's Favorite Playbill - Jan 1975 God's Favorite
Opened December 11, 1974
  • as Mady (Original)
God's Favorite Playbill - Jan 1975
A Streetcar Named Desire Playbill - Oct 1973 A Streetcar Named Desire
Opened October 01, 1973
  • as Negro Woman (Original)
A Streetcar Named Desire Playbill - May 1973 A Streetcar Named Desire
Opened April 26, 1973
  • as Woman (Original)
The Sunshine Boys Playbill - January 1973 The Sunshine Boys
Opened December 20, 1972
  • as Registered Nurse (Replacement)
Lost in the Stars Playbill - April 1972 Lost in the Stars
Opened April 18, 1972
  • as Grace Kumalo (Original)
Lost in the Stars Playbill - April 1972
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 A Cry of Players
Opened November 14, 1968
  • as Meg (Original)
The Great Indoors Playbill - Feb 1966 The Great Indoors
Opened February 01, 1966
  • as Hattie Gaines (Original)
The Great Indoors Playbill - Feb 1966
I Had a Ball Playbill - Dec 1964 I Had a Ball
Opened December 15, 1964
  • as Ma Maloney (Original)
Blues for Mister Charlie Playbill - July 1964 Blues for Mister Charlie
Opened April 23, 1964
  • as Mother Henry (Original)
Tambourines to Glory Playbill - Nov 4, 1963 Tambourines to Glory
Opened November 02, 1963
  • as Essie Belle Johnson (Original)
Sophie Playbill - April 1963 Sophie
Opened April 15, 1963
  • as Mollie (Original)
Destry Rides Again Playbill - Aug 1959 Destry Rides Again
Opened April 23, 1959
  • as Clara (Original)
Mister Johnson Playbill - March 1956 Mister Johnson
Opened March 29, 1956
  • as Matumbi (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Finian's Rainbow
Opened May 18, 1955
  • as 2nd Sharecropper (Original)
Four Twelves are 48 Playbill - Jan 1951 Four Twelves Are 48
Opened January 17, 1951
  • as Rose Bolton (Original)
Anna Lucasta Playbill - Sept 1947 Anna Lucasta
Opened September 22, 1947
  • as Stella (Original)
Anna Lucasta Playbill - Oct 1944 Anna Lucasta
Opened August 30, 1944
  • as Stella (Original)
  • Hilda Simm's Dance Arrangement
The Hot Mikado Playbill - May 1939 The Hot Mikado
Opened March 23, 1939
  • as Peep-Bo (Original)

Awards

Theatre World Awards
1993 Theatre World Special Award Winner
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