( b. Jan 25, 1934 Brooklyn, New York, USA - d. Nov 27, 2008 New York, New York, USA ) Female
Actress Patricia Marand was nominated for a 1966 Tony Award for her portrayal of Lois Lane in the Broadway musical It's a Bird ... It's a Plane ... It's Superman.
Harold Prince directed the short-lived Charles Strouse musical, which starred Bob Holiday as Superman. As Lois Lane, Ms. Marand sang "It's Superman," "We Don't Matter at All," "What I've Always Wanted" and "I'm Not Finished Yet."
She made her Broadway debut as a replacement performer in South Pacific. She was again directed by Joshua Logan in 1952's Harold Rome musical Wish You Were Here.
Known as much as a singer as an actress, she was active in the summer stock and concert circuit, performing with the Chicago, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, New Haven and Minneapolis symphony orchestras.
Source: Playbill.com obituary
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