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Stage work includes:

Stqge: Played Sir Toby in "Twelfth Night"

(1990) Stage play: "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" - playing Big Daddy on Broadway

Stage: Played Trinculo in "The Tempest"

Stage: Played Matthew Harrison Brady in "Inherit The Wind" (1997)

Stage: Played Weller Martin in "The Gin Game" (1998)

Stage: Played Shelly Levine in "Glengarry Glen Ross" (2000)

Stage: Appeared in "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui" play Bertolt Brecht at the Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts, Pace University, New York City, October 2002.

Stage: Appeared in Wendy Wasserstein's "Third" at the Lincoln Center Theater's Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater, New York, October 2005.

Stage: Portrayed Father Tim Farley in the two-person stage production of "Mass Appeal" at the American Stage Company in Aspen, CO, in 1982. The other role, that of Deacon Mark Dolson, was played by John Travolta.

Indians (1969). Written by Arthur Kopit. Music by Richard Peaslee. Choreographed by Julie Arenal. Directed by Gene Frankel. Brooks Atkinson Theatre: 13 Oct 1969- 3 Jan 1970 (96 performances + 16 previews). Cast: Stacy Keach (as "Buffalo Bill"), Manu Tupou (as "Sitting Bull") [Broadway debut], Tom Aldredge (as "Senator Logan"), Clinton Allmon (as "Cowboy") [Broadway debut], Juan Antonio (as "Naiche"), Dimitra Arliss (as "Teskanjavila"), Philip Arsenault (as "Low Dog"), Yusef Bulos (as "Interpreter") [Broadway debut], Kevin Conway (as "Black Hawk"), Ronny Cox (as "Jesse James/Reporter"), Darryl Croxton (as "Master Valet/Reporter"), Peter DeMaio (as "Touch-the-Clouds"), Princeton Dean (as "Kiokuk"), Brian Donohue (as "Valet/Bartender/Reporter"), Dortha Duckworth (as "First Lady"), Charles Durning (as "Ned Buntline"), Michael Ebbin (as "Old Taza"), Wesley Fata (as "Yellow Cloud"), Jay Fletcher (as "Little Hawk"), Tom Fletcher (as "White Antelope"), Ted Goodridge (as "Howling Wolf"), Pamela Grey (as "Annie Oakley"), Bob Hamilton (as "Trial Soldier/Cowboy"), Edward Henkel (as "Satanta"), Barton Heyman (as "Wild Bill Hicock") [Broadway debut], Raul Julia (as "Grand Duke Alexis/Uncas/Poncho"), Dino Laudicina (as "Crazy Horse"), Peter MacLean (as "Ol' Time President/Colonel Forsyth"), Richard McKenzie (as "Senator Dawes"), Robert McLane (as "He-Who-Hears-Thunder"), Richard Miller (as "Cowboy"), George Mitchell (as "Chief Joseph"), Richard Nieves (as "Trial Soldier/Cowboy"), Richard Novello (as "Valet/Lieutenant"), Leon Oxman (as "Indian Drummer"), Tony Posk (as "White House Orchestra"), Joseph Ragno (as "Valet"), Jon Richards (as "Senator Morgan"), Ed Rombola (as "Geronimo/Billy the Kid"), Peter Rosenfelt (as "White House Orchestra"), Allan Silverman (as "Indian Drummer"), James J. Sloyan (as "Spotted Tail"), Andy Torres (as "Red Cloud"), Pascual Vaquer (as "Tecumseh"), Sam Waterston (as "John Grass"), Gary Weber (as "Kicking Bear"). Produced by Lyn Austin, Oliver Smith, Joel W. Schenker and Roger L. Stevens. Associate Producer: Steve Sinn.

Knock Knock (1976). Comedy. Written by Jules Feiffer. Directed by Marshall W. Mason [earliest Broadway credit]. Biltmore Theatre: 24 Feb 1976- 3 Jul 1976 (152 performances + 8 previews). Cast: Neil Flanagan (as "Abe"), Judd Hirsch (as "Wiseman/Messenger/Gambler/Judge/Joan's Voices"), Daniel Seltzer (as "Cohn"), Nancy Snyder (as "Joan"). Standbys: Herman O. Arbeit (as "Abe/Cohn/Gambler/Judge/Messenger/Wiseman"), Kristin Van Buren (as "Joan"). Replacement actors: Charles Durning (as "Cohn") [from 26 May 1976- ?], Leonard Frey (as "Gambler/Judge/Messenger/Wiseman") [from 6 Apr 1976- ?], John Heffernan (as "Abe") [from 26 May 1976- ?], Lynn Redgrave (as "Joan") [from 26 May 1976- ?]. Produced by Terry Allen Kramer and Harry Rigby. Produced by arrangement with The Circle Repertory Company.

That Championship Season (1972). Written by Jason Miller. Scenic Design by Santo Loquasto. Directed by A.J. Antoon [earliest Broadway credit]. Booth Theatre: 14 Sep 1972- 21 Apr 1974 (700 performances + 3 previews that began on 11 Sep 1972). Cast: Charles Durning (as "George Sikowski"), Richard Dysart (as "Coach"), Walter McGinn (as "Tom Daley"), Michael McGuire (as "James Daley"), Jason Miller (as "Basketball game announcer") [Recorded voice only], Paul Sorvino (as "Phil Romano"). Understudies: Joseph Mascolo (as "Phil Romano"), Ron McClary (as "George Sikowski"), Bernie McInerney (as "James Daley/Tom Daley"). Replacement actors during run: Pat Hingle (as "Coach"), Joseph Mascolo (as "Phil Romano"), Richard McKenzie (as "George Sikowski"). Understudy: Harry Bellaver (as "Coach"). Produced by The New York Shakespeare Festival (Joseph Papp, Producer). Associate Producer: Bernard Gersten.


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