Gender
Female
Born
Sep 02, 1937
New York, New York, USA
Died
May 06, 2005
New York, New York, USA
Producer Writer
Relations
Wife of
John Westergaard (divorced)
Wife of
Stephen O'Neil (1989 - 2005) her death
Comments
Graduated from the University of Chicago. She was artistic director of "Theater of the Open Eye", a New York-based company founded by the choreographer Jean Erdman and her husband, the mythologist Joseph Campbell. Other producing creidts include "Tovah: Out of Her Mind," starring Tovah Feldshuh, at the Jewish Repertory Theater in 1996; and the musical "Poppy," by Peter Nichols, staged by the Royal Shakespeare Company in London in 1982.

Say Goodnight Gracie (Oct 10, 2002 - Aug 24, 2003)
  • Produced by Louise Westergaard
PlaySolo ComedyOriginal
Dream (Apr 03, 1997 - Jul 06, 1997)
  • Produced by Louise Westergaard
  • Conceived by Louise Westergaard
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Stardust (Feb 19, 1987 - May 17, 1987)
  • Produced by Louise Westergaard
MusicalRevueOriginal
Sophisticated Ladies (Mar 01, 1981 - Jan 02, 1983)
  • Produced by Louise Westergaard
MusicalRevueOriginal
Sophisticated Ladies (Jan 27, 1982 - Sep 19, 1982)
  • Produced by Louise Westergaard
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Tony Award®

 

Best Play

2003 | Nominee  | Say Goodnight Gracie
Produced by Louise Westergaard
 

Best Musical

1981 | Nominee  | Sophisticated Ladies
Produced by Louise Westergaard

Drama Desk Award

 

Outstanding Musical Revue

2001 | Nominee
Louise Westergaard (for "American Rhapsody")

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