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  • Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • Dinosaur Wharf (1951). Melodrama.
  • (1953) Stage Play: The Merchant of Venice. Comedy/drama (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Musical Director: William Brooks. Scenic Design and Costume Design by Lemuel Ayers. Directed by Albert Marre. City Center: 4 Mar 1953- 15 Mar 1953 (15 performances). Cast: Luther Adler (as "Shylock, a Jewish moneylender"), Richard Astor (as "The Neopolitan Prince/Court Clerk"), Philip Bourneuf (as "Antonio, a merchant of Venice"), Frank Corsaro (as "Launcelot Gobbo, servant to Shylock"), James Daly (as "Gratiano, gentleman of Venice"), Albert Duclos (as "Balthasar, servant to Portia"), Robert Fletcher (as "Prince of Arragon, suitor to Portia/Duke of Venice Earle Hyman (as "Prince of Morocco"), Raymond Johnson (as "The German Baron/Court Clerk"), Chris Mahan (as "Servant to Portia"), John Mandia (as "Dancer"), Nancy Marchand (as "Nerissa, Portia's waiting gentle-woman"), Barbara Milberg (as "Dancer"), Felicia Montealegre (as "Jessica, Shylock's daughter"), Earl Montgomery (as "Salarino, friend of Antonio"), Marie Pelus (as "Dancer"), Margaret Phillips (as "Portia, an heiress in Belmont"), Kevin Riley (as "The English Lord/Court Clerk"), Paul Sparer (as "Solanio, friend of Antonio"), Paul Stevens (as "Bassanio, friend of Antonio") [Broadway debut], Steven Thomas (as "Servant to Portia"), Beatrice Tompkins (as "Dancer"), Richard Venture (as "Tubal, an associate of Shylock"), Michael Wager (as "Lorenzo, gentleman of Venice"), Barbara Walczak (as "Dancer"), Stanley Zompakos (as "Dancer"). Produced by New York City Drama Company (Albert Marre: Artistic Director).
  • (1971) Stage Play: Solitaire/Double Solitaire.
  • (1971) Stage Play: Murderous Angels. Written by Conor Cruise O'Brien. Directed by Gordon Davidson. Playhouse Theatre: 20 Dec 1971- 9 Jan 1972 (24 performances + 9 previews that began on 11 Dec 1971). Cast: Humbert Allen Astredo, Jean-Pierre Aumont (as "Dag Hammarskjold"), John Baragrey, Tyrone Brown, John Clarkson (as "British Consul/White Settler"), Barbara Colby, Richard Easton (as "James Bonham"), Neil Fitzgerald, Stephen Goff, Louis Gossett Jr. (as "Patrice Lumumba"), Gilbert Green, Ben Hammer, Leonard Jackson, Herbert Jefferson Jr., Jack Landron, William Larsen, Sharon Laughlin, Joseph Mascolo, Gerry Murphy, Les Roberts, Mabel Robinson, Donald Symington, Richard Venture (as "Baron d'Auge"), Ula Walker, Lynda Westcott, Elwoodson Williams, Stephen Zulick. Produced by The Phoenix Theatre (T. Edward Hambleton: Co-Founder and Managing Director. Norris Houghton: Co-Founder). Produced by arrangement with Elliot Martin and George W. George.
  • The Visit (1973). Drama.
  • Chemin de Fer (1973). (Revival).
  • The National Health (1974). Satire.
  • (June 2 to July 3, 1966) He acted in Joan Littlewood and Charles Chilton's musical, "Oh What a Lovely War," at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. with Pierrots, Jane Alexander, Alexandra Berlin, Sue Driesen, April Shawhan, Conrad Bromberg, David Congdon, Ronny Cox, Ted D'Arms, Dana Elcar, Robert Foxworth, James Kenny, Robert Prosky, George Reinholt and Jack Ryland in the cast. Ted Allen provided stage treatment. Raymond Fletcher was military advisor. Cyril Ornadel was composer. Leslie Bricusse was lyricist. Robin Wagner was set designer. Marjorie Slaiman was costume designer. George Manos was musical director. Edward Parone was director. Zelda Fichlander was producer.
  • (May 23 to June 25, 1967) He acted in Saul Levitt's play, "The Andersonville Trial," at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. with Ted D'Arms, George Ebeling, David Congdon, Ronny Cox, John Anderson, Robert Foxworth, Richard Bauer, Robert Prosky, Richard McKenzie, William Larson, George Wright, Brendan Hanlon, Eugene R. Wood, Richard Dix, James Kenny, James Lucas, Carlyle Bennett, Dan Orenge, Richard Holmes, Seth Hawkins, John Karotis, Frank Benton Sarles Jr., Lou Teitle, Brian Donohue and Mart Aldre in the cast. Robin Wagner was set designer. Marjorie Slaiman was costume designer. Edwin Sherin was director. Zelda Fichlander was producer.
  • (May 1 to June 8, 1969) He acted in Arthur Kopit's play, "Indians," in an American premiere at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. with Stacy Keach (Buffalo Bill Cody), Manu Tupou, Raul Julia, Morris Engle, Barry Primus, Howard Witt, Robert Prosky, Peter MacLean, Barton Heyman, Ed Rombola, Grayce Grant, Dimitra Arliss, Phyllis Somerville, Jay Fletcher, Ronny Cox, Richard G. Holmes, Yusef Bulos, Richard Bauer, Darryl Croxton and Brian Donohue in the cast. Richard Peaslee was composer. Kert Lundell was set designer. Marjorie Slaiman was costume designer. Virginia Freeman was choreographer. Gene Frankel was director.
  • (1974-1975 season) His play, "You're Too Tall, But Come Back in Two Weeks," was performed in a world premiere at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut. Arvin Brown was director. E. Webb and V. Dancy were set designers. Bill Walker was costume designer. Ronald Wallace was lighting designer.

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