Other Broadway credits include, “Half a Sixpence”, “Applause”, and “Annie”. Office-Broadway she played a leading role in “Fashion”, which she reprised twenty years later at The Pasadena Playhouse. She toured extensively for the United Service Organizations in Europe, Africa, and the Far East including Viet Nam.
Her regional theatre credits include: The Studio Arena Stage in Buffalo, The Alliance in Atlanta, Allied Command Transformation in Seattle, The Williamstown in Massachusetts, PAF Playhouse in Huntington, Long Island, Playwrights Horizons in New York, The Boston Shakespeare Company, and three seasons in the acting company of The Guthrie in Minneapolis.
She studied opera on scholarship with Lotte Lehmann in Santa Barbara and acting with Alvina Krause at Northwestern University where she received her Bachelor of Music degree. She was a runner-up in the Metropolitan Opera Auditions in New York City.
Her last acting role was Mission Framer in, “Lettice and Lovage” at The Pasadena Playhouse. Valor was born in New Cumberland, Pennsylvania on April 28, 1935.
She earned her bachelor"s degree in music and acting at Northwestern University in 1957.
Additionally, she studied opera at the Music Academy of the West, which is located in Santa Barbara, California, with Lotte Lehmann in the late 1950s. She moved to Los Angeles in 1990. Henrietta Valor died of complications from Alzheimer"s disease on November 23, 2007.