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Eulalie Noble

Associate Professor Emerita of Theatre Arts (Acting)

Eulalie Noble, a life member of the Actor’s Studio, has been a leading actress with the New York Shakespeare Theatre; the American Shakespeare Festival Theatre in Stratford, Conn.; the Association of Producing Artists (APA) in New York; the Eugene O’Neill Memorial Theatre in Waterford, Conn.; and the Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center in New York City. Noble’s major roles on Broadway include Archibald MacLeish’s Pulitzer Prize–winning play J.B., Inherit the Wind, Rhinoceros, and The Impossible Years. Her credits also include the role of Ruth in Arthur Penn’s film Alice’s Restaurant.

Rosemary Daley, Eulalie Noble, Michael Higgins, Richard Kuss, James Ray, and Basil Rathbone in Archibald MacLeish's Pulitzer Prize–winning play J.B., directed by Elia Kazan.Rosemary Daley, Eulalie Noble, Michael Higgins, Richard Kuss, James Ray, and Basil Rathbone in Archibald MacLeish's Pulitzer Prize–winning play J.B., directed by Elia Kazan. Credit: Photo by Friedman-Abeles

 

Eulalie Noble, J.B. play ticket