Active on Broadway
in the following productions:
King Richard III (1979). Historical drama (revival). Written by William Shakespeare
. Incidental music by Charles Gross. Directed by David Wheeler. Cort Theatre: 10 Jun 1979- 15 Jul 1979 (33 performances + 25 previews that began on 10 May 1979). Cast: Al Pacino
(as "Richard, Duke of Gloucester, afterwards Richard III, brother to the King"), Penelope Allen
(as "Lady Anne, widow of Edward, son to King Henry VI, afterward married to Richard"), Gary Bayer, Richard Bright
(as "First Murderer/Alderman/Bearer/Citizen/Lord/Soldier"), Larry Bryggman, Dominic Chianese
(as "Thomas Rotherham, Archbishop of York/Sir John a Priest/Sir James Tyrrel/Sir William Brandon/Alderman/Bearer/Citizen/Lord/Soldier"), Judson Scott
(as "Lord Grey, son to Queen Elizabeth by her first marriage to John Grey/Alderman/Bearer/Citizen/Lord/Soldier/Captain"), Keith Gordon
(as "Edward, Prince of Wales, afterwards Edward V son to the King"), Paul Guilfoyle
(as "Sir William Catesby"), Laura Harrington [Broadway debut
], Richard Jamieson
(as "George, Duke of Clarence, brother to the King/Alderman/Bearer/Citizen/Lord/Soldier"), Frederic Kimball
(as "Lord Mayor of London, John Morton/Bishop of Ely/ Alderman/Bearer/Citizen/Lord/Soldier"), John Mahon, Dan Monahan, Bill Moor, Frederick C. Neumann, Rex Robbins
(as "Henry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham"), Harriet Rogers
(as "Duchess of York, mother to Edward IV, Gloucester and Clarence"), Jaime Sánchez
(as "Sir Richard Ratcliffe/Alderman/Bearer/Citizen/Lord/ Soldier"), Glenn Scarpelli
(as "Richard, Duke of York, younger son to the King"), Linda Selman, Barry Snider, Bruce Waite (as "Sir James Blunt/Alderman/Bearer/Citizen/Lord/Soldier") [Broadway debut
], J.T. Walsh
(as "Sir Robert Brackenbury, Lieutenant of the Tower/Alderman/Bearer/Citizen/Lord/Soldier") [Broadway debut
], Max Wright
(as "Second Murderer/Alderman/Bearer/Citizen/Lord/Soldier"), Daniel Zippi. Produced by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President), Victor Potamkin and Moe Septee; Associate Producer: Porter Van Zandt.
Last Licks (1979). Written by Frank D. Gilroy. Directed by Tom Conti
. Longacre Theatre: 20 Nov 1979- 1 Dec 1979 (15 performances + 10 previews that began on 10 Nov 1979). Cast: Ed Flanders
(as "Matt Quinlan"), Susan Kellermann
(as "Fiona Raymond"), J.T. Walsh
(as "Dennis Quinlan"). Produced by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman, Bernard B. Jacobs: President), Eugene V. Wolsk, Emanuel Azenberg and Dasha Epstein.
Macbeth (1982). Tragedy (revival).
Glengarry Glen Ross (1984). Drama. Written by David Mamet
. Directed by Gregory Mosher. John Golden Theatre: 25 Mar 1984- 17 Feb 1985 (378 performances + 11 previews that began on 16 Mar 1984). Cast: Joe Mantegna
(as "Richard Roma"), Mike Nussbaum, Robert Prosky
(as "Shelly Levene"), Lane Smith
(as "James Lingk"), James Tolkan
(as "Dave Moss"), Jack Wallace, J.T. Walsh
(as "John Williamson"). Standyby actors: Alfred Karl
(as "Baylen," "Dave Moss," "Richard Roma"), Charles Stransky
(as "Dave Moss"). Replacement actors: Vincent Gardenia
(as "Shelly Levene"), J.J. Johnston, Howard Witt. Produced by Elliot Martin, The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman, Bernard B. Jacobs: President), Arnold Bernhard and Goodman Theatre).
(1984) Narrated the short documentary "Nikola Tesla - Mad Scientist Of The Gilded Age" directed by his friend Marc Seifer.
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