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Virginia Gibson

Performer
( b. Apr 09, 1925 St. Louis, Missouri, USA - d. Apr 25, 2013 Newtown, Pennsylvania, USA ) Female
Also known as: Virginia Gorski
Virginia Gibson's career began in St. Louis in the chorus at the Muny Opera in Forest Park. In the 50's she made her movie debut in "Tea for Two", followed by roles in "Painting the Clouds with Sunshine", "About Face", and "Stop You're Killing Me", but was best known as Liza in "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers". Her stage credits include a Tony nomination for her performance in Happy Hunting. She was also co-host of the children's TV show "Discovery" for almost a decade.

Source: The New York Times



Productions Date of Productions
Happy Hunting
[Musical, Comedy, Original]
  • Also Starring: Virginia Gibson [Beth Livingstone]
Dec 06, 1956 - Nov 30, 1957
Along Fifth Avenue
[Musical, Revue, Original]
  • Performer: Virginia Gorski ["Fifth Avenue" Singer, Second Couple, "Vacation in the Store" Performer]
Jan 13, 1949 - Jun 18, 1949
Look, Ma, I'm Dancin'!
[Musical, Original]
  • Also Starring: Virginia Gorski [Snow White]
Jan 29, 1948 - Jul 10, 1948
High Button Shoes
[Musical, Comedy, Original]
  • Performer: Virginia Gorski [Corps de Ballet]
Oct 09, 1947 - Jul 02, 1949
Billion Dollar Baby
[Musical, Comedy, Original]
  • Performer: Virginia Gorski [Chorine, Dancer]
Dec 21, 1945 - Jun 29, 1946
Laffing Room Only
[Musical, Revue, Comedy, Original]
  • Performer: Virginia Gorski ["Hooray for Anywhere" Dancer]
Dec 23, 1944 - Jul 14, 1945
A Connecticut Yankee
[Musical, Comedy, Revival]
  • Performer: Virginia Gorski [Dancing Girl]
Nov 17, 1943 - Mar 11, 1944
1957 Tony Award® Best Featured Actress in a Musical
 Happy Hunting [nominee]
Also Starring: Virginia Gibson
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