Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Helen Butleroff Biography (1950-)
Born August 15, 1950, in New York, NY; daughter of Boris B. (a dancer) and Helen Mae (a dancer; maiden name, Rosler) Butleroff; married Joe Bruscino (a physicist) April 19, 1969 (divorced). Addresses: OFFICE--P.O. Box 553, Grace Station, New York, NY 10028.
Butleroff has also directed and/or choreographed industrial shows for Dairy Queen, Kraft, Hamilton Beach, Gitano Jeans, Hart Schaffner and Marx and others. She has done commercials as well.
- Birth Details
- August 15, 1950
- New York, New York, United States
Credits; PRINCIPAL STAGE APPEARANCES
- Dancer, as a Rockette and with the Ballet Company, Radio City Music Hall.
- dancer, with June Taylor Dancers, in Around the World in Eighty Days andMardi Gras, both at the Jones Beach Memorial Theatre, Long Island, NY.
- dance captain and swing dancer, Mack & Mabel, Palace Theatre, NY, 1974.
Credits; PRINCIPAL STAGE WORK; DIRECTOR
- The Blind, NY.
- The Decline and Fall of the Entire World as Seen Through the Eyes of ColePorter, Stony Brook, NY.
- Funny Girl, No, No Nanette, and Mack & Mabel, all at the Music Theatre of Wichita, Wichita, KS.
- Hair, Kansas City Starlight Theatre, Kansas City, MO.
- Aquarius, New York Hilton, NY.
- Las Americanitas, Caracas, Venezuela.
- Joshua Logan's Musical Moments, Reno Sweeney's, NY.
- Times of Your Life, Strictly USA, and The Carol Lawrence Show, all Sheraton Lakeview Theatre.
- When the Cookie Crumbles, Town Hall, NY.
- Oh, What a Wedding, Anderson Theatre, NY.
- Woyzeck, The Production Company, NY.
- The Entertainer, Joseph Jefferson Theatre, Chicago.
- Gay Divorce, Equity Library Theatre, NY.
- Dragons, City Center Theatre, NY.
- The Wizard of Oz, Westbury Music Fair/Valley Forge Music Fair.
- Swing Shift, Theatre by the Sea, Portsmouth, NH.
- Gay Divorce, Goodspeed Opera House, East Haddam, CT.
- The Boyfriend, Theatre by the Sea, Matunuck, RI.
- Company and Funny Girl, Lakewood Musical Playhouse, Lakewood, PA.
- Carousel, Club Bene, Sayerville, NJ.
- 1776, Showboat, Hello, Dolly!, and The Music Man, all for Little Theatreon the Square.
- Camelot, Good News, I Do I Do, Funny Girl, The Red Mill, Cabaret, Fanny,Sweet Charity, Naughty Marietta, Paint Your Wagon, No, No Nanette, and My Fair Lady, all for the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, Pittsburgh, PA.
- The Music Man, Jesus Christ Superstar, Annie Get Your Gun, The Wizard ofOz, Cabaret, Camelot, and Oliver!, all for Kansas City Starlight Theatre.
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