In the course of her varied career, with her glorious singing voice, it is perhaps small wonder that Louise Gold has been in many stage musicals. Below the webmaster has listed as many as they know about, and tried to list them in chronological order. Beneath this listing can be found those for which the webmaster does not know the dates. If anyone does know, even the year, do email the webmaster.
Hair - as a member of The Tribe, on tour including: (including; Sunderland Empire 30 September to 5 October, Theatre Royal Brighton 25 to 30 November & Theatre Royal Nottingham 2 to 7 December 1974)
My Fair Lady - as a servant, at The Derby Playhouse, from around 20 September 1975
Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (York Production) - as Rachel one of Jacob’s Wives, one of the adoring maidens, and others, at York Theatre Royal, Friday 12 December 1975 - Saturday 10 January 1976
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Touring Production) - as Potiphar’s Wife, Rachel one of Jacob’s wives, and. among the adoring maidens and Slave Girls, on tour including Theatre Royal Nottingham (8 to 20 March 1976), The Grand Theatre Wolverhampton (29 March to 3 April 1976)
Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Norwich Production) – as Potiphar’s Wife, Rachel one of Jacob’s wives, and. among the adoring maidens and Slave Girls, at Theatre Royal Norwich, probably 21 June to 17 July 1976.
The Land of The Dinosaurs - tour, Spring 1977 (just prior to joining The Muppets)
Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Reading Production) - as Potiphar’s Wife, Rachel one of Jacob’s wives, and. among the adoring maidens and Slave Girls, at The Reading Hexagon, 26 December 1977 to 7 January 1978.
Squeak - at The Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch, 1 - 26 August 1978
Godspell - as a member of The Company, at Thorndike Theatre (Leatherhead), 19 August - 13 September 1980
Pirates of Penzance - as Isabel at Theatre Royal Drury Lane 26 May 1982 to 26 February 1983. This may have been her West End debut (apart from a charity appearance in 1977).
Metropolitan Mikado -as Katisha, Countess of Grantham, at Queen Elizabeth Hall 1 - 17 August 1985 (previews from 30 July). This was the first time she was actually noticed by the West End critics.
Angry Housewives - as Bev at Hammersmith Lyric Studio 29 April - 10 May 1986. Of the four women originally cast in the show, Ms Gold was the only one still in it when it eventually opened.
Blood Brothers - as Mrs Johnstone, at The Newbury Watermill, from 5 to 21 August 1986, (originally scheduled for 5 August to 6 September 1986).
Nunsense -as Sister Mary Amnesia (& Sister Marionette) at The Fortune Theatre 23 March 1987 (previews from 18 March).
Ziegfeld - as Goldie- the best secretary in the world, Madam Lillian, A Telephonist, Fanny Brice and other assorted characters at London Palladium 26 April 1988, revamped 2 August 1988. Closed 1 October 1988.
Poppy - as, Dick Whittington, at Half Moon Theatre, 28 December 1988 to 28 January 1989.
Anything Goes - as Reno Sweeney at The Prince Edward Theatre, from Monday 2 July 1990 to Saturday 25 August 1990. Ms Gold 'took-over' the 'Ethel Merman role' from Elaine Paige.
The Boys from Syracuse - as Adriana at Open Air Regents Park 24 July - 5 September 1991, and tour. (Previews from 22 and 23 July. Performance from: 24 to 30 July, 10 to 14 August, 21 to 23 August, 29 and 30 August, and, 4 and 5 September). Tour during Autumn 1991.
Merrily We Roll Along -as Gussie at Leicester Haymarket 10 April - 9 May 1992 (The JAY/TER sleeve notes says it opened on the 10 April, but Theatre Record says the 14 April).
Assassins - as Sara Jane Moore at Donmar Warehouse from 29 October 1992.
Noel/Cole: Let’s Do It - in Memphis Tennessee, Chichester Festival, 27 July - 1 October 1994, and tour.
Calamity Jane - as Calamity Jane at Leicester Haymarket 22 November 1994 - 28 January 1995 .
Lady Into Fox -as Mrs Silvia Tebrick nee Fox, at Sheffield Crucible Theatre 15 to 23 March, Hammersmith Lyric Studio 28 March - 20 April 1996 and tour, including: Leicester Haymarket Studio Theatre 8-11 May, and, The Brighton Festival, between: 15th March to 25th May 1996
Kiss Me Kate - as Lilli Vanessi/Kate at Open Air Theater Regents Park, 24 July - 1 September 1997. (Previews from 22 and 23 July 1997. Performances (scheduled): 24 to 29 July, 7 to 14 August, and 26 August to 1 September 1997).
Side By Side By Sondheim - as "Millie" at The Chelmsford Civic Theatre, 22 - 30 October 1999.
Mamma Mia - as Tanya at The Prince Edward Theatre, from 20th March 2000 to 16th March 2002.
Follies - as Phyllis Rogers Stone at The Royal Festival Hall, from 6th - 31 August 2002 (previews 3 & 5 August 2002)
The Gondoliers - as The Duchess Of Plaza Toro at The Chichester Festival Theatre, from 1 May to 23 August 2003 (previews from 26 April 2003)
The Water Babies - as the Irishwoman, Mrs Bedonebyasyoudid, and, Mrs Doasyouwouldbedoneby, at The Chichester Festival Theatre, Between 17 July to 31 August 2003 (previews from 11 July)
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang - as The Baroness, at The London Palladium, from Tuesday 16 March 2004 to Sunday 4 September 2005.
Mary Poppins – as Miss Andrew (also a dancing statue, and, Miss Smythe), at Prince Edward Theatre, from Monday 10 April 2006 to Saturday 12 January 2008.
Next Door’s Baby - as Mrs O’Brien at The Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond Surrey, from Wednesday 6 February (press night Friday 8 February) to Saturday 8 March 2008.
Oliver! – as Mrs Sowerberry and Mrs Bedwin (and other bit parts), at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, from 14 January 2009 (previews from 13 December 2008 - the previews were originally scheduled to start on the evening of 12 December, but the first two previews, the evening of 12 December and matinee on the 13 December were cancelled), to 8 January 2011.
Pippin- as Berthe, Menier Chocolate Factory, opened 7 December 2011 (previews from 22 November 2011) to 8 January 2012, and then from 14 to 25 February 2012
The Importance Of Being Ernest The Musical – as Miss Prism, at Theatre Royal Windsort 20 June to 7 July 2012
Gypsy – as Mazeppa, at The Chichester Festival Theatre, from 6 October to 8 November 2014, at The Savoy Theatre, London, Opening on 15 April 2015 (with previews from 28 March 2015), to run to 18 July 2015, then extended to 28 November 2015.
Fiddler On The Roof – as Yente, The Matchmaker at The Menier Chocolate Factory Between from 23 November 2018 to 9 March 2019, and at the Playhouse Theatre in London from 27 March 2019 until the 15 June 2019, when there were some cast changes