- (1947) Stage: Appeared(as "NCO Photographer"; Broadway debut) in "Command Decision" on Broadway. Written by William Wister Haines. Scenic / Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Julia Sze. Assistants to Mr. Mielziner: John Harvey and Arthur H. Ross. Directed by John O'Shaughnessy. Fulton Theatre: 1 Oct 1947-18 Sep 1948 (409 performances). Cast: Paul Kelly (as "Brig. Gen. K.C. Dennis"), Jay Fassett (as "Maj. Gen. Rold Goodlow Kane"), Paul McGrath (as "Brig. Gen. Clifton C. Garnett"), Walter Black, Stephen Elliott (as "Col. Edward Martin"), Paul Ford (as "Mr. Arthur Malcolm"), Arthur Franz (as "Capt. Lucius Jenks"), James Holden, West Hooker (as "Enlisted Armed Guard"), William Layton (as "Maj. Homer Prescott"), Lewis Martin, Frank McNellis, Neill O'Malley, Robert Pike, John Randolph (as "Lt. Jake Goldberg"), Edmon Ryan, James Whitmore (as "Tech Sgt. Harold Evans"). Replacement actors during run: Edward Binns (as "Col. Ernest Haley "), Leonard Patrick (as "N.C.O. Photographer"). Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden. NOTE: Filmed as Command Decision (1948).
- (1948) Stage: Appeared (as "George Washburn") in "Sundown Beach" on Broadway. Written by Bessie Breuer. Directed by Elia Kazan. Belasco Theatre: 7 Sep 1948-11 Sep 1948 (7 performances). Cast: Tom Avera, Martin Balsam (as "Merle"), Ira Cirker, Joan Copeland (as "Nadine"; Broadway debut), Ralph Cullinan, Joseph Fallon, Vivian Firko, Treva Frazee, Lou Gilbert, Don Hanmer, Julie Harris (as "Ida Mae"), Anne Hegira, Steven Hill, Jennifer Howard, George E. Joseph, Cloris Leachman (as "Muriel"; Broadway debut), Michael Lewin, Kathleen Maguire, Ellen Mahar, Alex Nicol (as "1st Air Force Pilot"), Nehemiah Persoff (as "Cecil"), Lenka Peterson, Robert F. Simon, Warren Stevens (as "Arthur Bond"), Joe Sullivan, John Sylvester, Phyllis Thaxter (as "Nancy"). Produced by Louis J. Singer and The Actors Studio.
- (1949) Stage Play: Detective Story. Drama/melodrama. Written / directed by Sidney Kingsley. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Hudson Theatre (moved to The Broadhurst Theatre from 3 Jul 1950- close): 23 Mar 1949-12 Aug 1950 (581 performances). Cast: Ralph Bellamy (as "Det. McLeod"), Edward Binns (as "Det. Gallagher"), Meg Mundy (as "Mary McLeod"), Jean Adair (as "Mrs. Farragut"), John Alberts (as "Gentleman"), Joseph Ancona (as "Mr. Bagatelle"), Archie Benson (as "Crumb-Bum"), John Boyd (as "Det. O'Brien"), Michelette Burani (as "Mrs. Bagatelle"), Joan Copeland (as "Susan Carmichael"), Jim Flynn (as "Mr. Feeney"), 'Lou Gilbert (I)' (as "Joe Feinson"), Sarah Grable (as "Mrs. Feeney"), Lee Grant (as "Shoplifter"), Carl Griscom (as "Willy"), Byron C. Halstead (as "Patrolman Keough"), Michael Lewin (as "Photographer"), James Maloney (as "Mr. Pritchett"), Horace McMahon (as "Lt. Monoghan"), Patrick McVey (as "Det. Callahan"), Jacqueline Paige (as "Indignant Citizen"), Joe Roberts (as "Patrolman Baker"), Alexander Scourby (as "Tami Giacoppetti"), Maureen Stapleton (as "Miss Hatch"), Warren Stevens (as "Arthur Kindred"), Ruth Storm (as "Lady"), Robert Strauss (as "Det. Dakis"), Michael Strong (as "2nd burglar, Lewis"), Earl Sydnor (as "Patrolman Barnes"), Les Tremayne (as "Mr. Sims"), James Westerfield (as "Det. Brody"), Garney Wilson (as "Mr. Gallantz"), Joseph Wiseman (as "1st burglar, Charlie"), Harry Worth (as "Dr. Schneider"). Replacement actors during Hudson Theatre run: Anne Burr (as "Mary McLeod"), Lydia Clarke. Replacement actors during Broadhurst Theatre run: None known. Produced by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Associate Producer: May Kirshner. Note: Filmed as Detective Story (1951), _Au théâtre ce soir: Histoire d'un détective (1972)_.
- (1951) Stage Play: Peer Gynt (Revival). Written by Henrik Ibsen. Book adapted by Paul Green. Incidental music by Lan Adomian. Near East Music by Hillel and Aviva. Choreographed by Valerie Bettis. Directed by Lee Strasberg. ANTA Playhouse: 28 Jan 1951- 24 Feb 1951 (32 performances). Cast: Joseph Anthony (as "Solveig's Father/Monsieur Ballon/Dr. Begriffenfeldt"), Aviva (as "A Singer"), Lisa Baker (as "Mads Mother/Kari/Ensemble'), Edward Binns (as "Mads Father/Herr Von Eberkopf/Ensemble"), Patricia Birsh (as "Anitra's Attendant/Ensemble/Dancer"), Ann Boley (as "An Elderly Woman/Ensemble"), Beverlee Bozeman (as "3rd Herd Girl/Ensemble/Dancer"), Sherry Britton (as "A Greenclad Woman"), Irving Burton (as "Ensemble/Dancer"), Rebecca Darke (as "Ingrid/Ensemble"), Mildred Dunnock (as "Aase, a Peasant Widow"), Bob Emmett (as "Anitra's Attendant/Ensemble/Dancer"), Margaret Feury (as "Ensemble"), John Garfield (as "Peer Gynt, Her Son"), Barbara Gaye (as "2nd Herd Girl/Anitra's Attendant/Ensemble/Dancer"), Ray Gordon (as "An Elderly Man/A Thief/The Master Cook/Ensemble"), Anne Hegira (as "Solveig's Mother/Ensemble"), Hillel (as "The Flutist"), Stuart Hodes (as "Anitra's Attendant/Ensemble/Dancer"), Ed Horner (as "The Ugly Brat/A Healer/Ensemble"), Pearl Lang (as "Solveig"), Karl Malden (as "A Buttonmolder"), Peggy Meredith (as "Ingrid's Mother/Ensemble"), Mahlon Naill (as "Mads Moen/Ensemble"), Sono Osato (as "Anitra"), Lucille Patton (as "1st Herd Girl/Ensemble"), Dancer"), Nehemiah Persoff (as "Ingrid's Father/The Troll King"), Richard Purdy (as "Mr. Cotton/Hussein/Ensemble"), John Randolph (as "Aslak, a Smith/The Voice/Herr Trompetstraale/Ensemble"), Lou Yetter (as "Ensemble/Dancer"). Produced by Cheryl Crawford. Produced in association with Roger L. Stevens and ANTA (Alfred De Liagre Jr.: executive producer. Jean Dalrymple: executive director).
- (1960) Stage: Appeared in "Caligula" on Broadway. Written by Albert Camus. Book adapted by Justin O'Brien. Incidental music by David Amram. Directed by Sidney Lumet. 54th Street Theatre: 16 Feb 1960-19 Mar 1960 (38 performances). Produced by Chandler Cowles, Charles Bowden and Ridgely Bullock.
- (1982) Stage: Appeared in "Ghosts" on Broadway. Drama (revival).
- (1965) He acted in William Inge's play, "Come Back, Little Sheba," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Shirl Conway in the cast. George Keathley was director.
- (1967 season) James Alexander, Paul Ballantyne, Raye Birk, Earl Boen, Ronald Boulden, Adolph Caesar, Douglas Campbell, Helen Carey, Len Cariou, Jon Cranney, Patricia Elliott, David Flaten, Frederick Gaines, Robin Gammell, Melody Greer, Jeffrey Jones, Grace Keagy, Philip Kerr, Joseph Klimowski, Robert Lanchester, James J. Lawless, John Lewin, Travis Lockhart, George Mitchell, Michael Moriarty, Robert Pastene, J. Robert Pearce, Michael Pierce, Fred Pinkard, Richard Ramos, Lee Richardson, Irene Roseen, Nick Savian, Robert Skloot, J. Walter Smith, Gale Sondergaard, Katherine Squire, Glynn Turman, Granville Van Dusen, James Wallace, Moira Wylie and he were members of the ensemble acting company at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
- (June 3, 1967) He acted in Barrie Stavis' play, "Harper's Ferry," at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater, 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, Minnesota with Ken Ruta, Jon Cranney and Glynn Turman in the cast. Tyrone Guthrie was director. Lewis Brown was set and costume designer. Richard Borgen was lighting designer.