Sir Wilfred Cates-Darby, The New York Idea, RSC, Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York City, 1977.
Heaven and Hell, Greenwich Theatre, London, 1975.
Title role, The Return of A. J. Raffles, Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), Aldwych Theatre, London, 1975.
Dick, Chez Nous, Globe Theatre, London, 1975.
Judge Ludlow, Mad Dog, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973.
Hughes Humphrey, Turn On, Royal Theatre, Windsor, England, 1973.
Judge Brack, Hedda Gabler, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1972.
Leo, Design for Living, Los Angeles Music Centre, Los Angeles, 1971.
Come as You Are, New Theatre, London, then Strand Theatre, London, 1970.
Cornelius Melody, A Touch of the Poet, ANTA, 1967.
Alec Harvey, Still Life, ANTA, 1967.
Dr. Diaforus, The Imaginary Invalid, American National Theatre Academy (ANTA), New York City, 1967.
Chrystal, The Games as Played, New Arts Theatre, London, 1964.
Reverend John Hale, The Crucible, Belasco Theatre, 1964.
Trigorin, The Seagull, Belasco Theatre, 1964.
Title role, Domino, Royal Theatre, Brighton, 1963.
Jan Wicziewsky, South, Lyric Theatre, 1961.
Honorable Clive Rodingham, Write Me a Murder, Belasco Theatre, New York City, 1961.
Valentine, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, 1960.
Troilus, Troilus and Cressida, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, 1960.
Bassanio, The Merchant of Venice, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford- upon-Avon, 1960.
Shem, The Ark, Westminster Theatre, London, 1959.
Gaston, Traveler without Luggage, Arts Theatre, 1959.
Francis X. Digman, King of Hearts, New Shakespeare Theatre, Liverpool, England, 1958.
(1957). Stage Play: Monique. Written by Dorothy Blankfort and Michael Blankfort. Based on a novel by Pierre Boileau
and Thomas Narcejac
. Directed by Shepard Traube. John Golden Theatre: 22 Oct 1957- 14 Dec 1957 (63 performances). Cast: Julie Bovasso (as "Henriette"), Denholm Elliott
(as "Fernand Ravinel"), Neil Fitzgerald
(as "Gouttez"), Maureen Hurley (as "Lucienne Ravinel"), Patricia Jessel (as "Dr. Monique Rigaud"), William Myers (as "Messenger"), Deirdre Owen (as "Lisette"), Guy Sorel (as "Andre"), Percy Waram
(as "Desire Merlin") [final Broadway
role]. Understudies: Julie Bovasso (as "Dr. Monique Rigaud/Lucienne Ravinel"), Marcia Morris (as "Henriette/Lisette"), William Myers (as "Andre/Gouttez"). Produced by Shepard Traube
. Produced in association with Stephen W. Sharmat.
Kilroy, Camino Real, Phoenix Theatre, New York City, 1957.
Stefan, Who Cares?, Fortune Theatre, London, 1956.
Alex Shanklin, The Long Echo, St. James Theatre, 1956.
Jan Wicziewsky, South, Arts Theatre, 1955.
The Delegate, Manchester, England, 1955.
Colby Simpkins, The Confidential Clerk, Edinburgh Festival, Scotland, then Lyric Theatre, 1953.
Giles Seabrook, A Fiddle at the Wedding, Royal Theatre, Brighton, England, 1952.
Kip Ames, Third Person, Arts Theatre, London, then Criterion Theatre, 1951-52.
Julian, The Green Bay Tree, John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1951.
Private Peter Able, A Sleep of Prison
ers, St. Thomas's Church, London, 1951.
Edgar, Venus Observed, St. James Theatre, 1950.
(1950). Stage Play: Ring Round the Moon [A charade with music]. Comedy. Written by Jean Anouilh
. Translated by Christopher Fry. Incidental music by Francis Poulenc. Choreographed by Ted Cappy
. Setting supervised by Raymond Sovey. Lighting supervised by Raymond Sovey. Costume Design by Castillo. The Winter Garden setting designed by Georges Wakhevitch. Directed by Gilbert Miller
. Martin Beck Theatre: 23 Nov 1950- 13 Jan 1951 (68 performances + 1 preview). Cast: Stella Andrew (as "Isabelle, a ballet dancer"), Denholm Elliott
(as "Hugo, a young man about town/Frederic, Hugo's brother, in love with Diana Messerschmann") [Broadway debut
], Oscar Karlweis (as "Messerschmann, Diana's father, a melancholy millionaire"), Lucile Watson
(as "Madame Desmermortes, aunt to Hugo, Frederic and Lady India"), William Allyn (as "Footman"), Francis Compton (as "Joshua, a crumbling butler"), Georgina Cookson (as "Lady India, Messerschmann's mistress, secretly in love with Bombelles"), Marcel Dill (as "The General"), Michael Evans (as "Patrice Bombelles, Messerschmann's secretive secretary"), Brenda Forbes (as "Isabelle's Mother, a teacher of the pianoforte"), Cynthia Latham (as "Capulat, Madame Desmermortes' faded companion"), Bennett Martin (as "Footman"), Neva Patterson
(as "Neva Messerschmann, engaged to Frederic, secretly in love with Hugo"), Philip Tonge
(as "Romainville, a patron of the arts and of Isabelle") [final Broadway
role]. Produced by Gilbert Miller.
Junius, Buoyant Billions, Malvern Festival, 1949, then Prince's Theatre, London, 1949.
Title role, John Keats Lives Here, Wyndham's Theatre, London, 1949.
Frank Shire, Horn of the Moon, Bolton's Theatre, London, 1949.
Pierre Blandinet, Don't Listen, Ladies!, St. James Theatre, London, 1948.
Albin, The Green Cockatoo, Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, London, 1948.
Jan Erik, Frenzy, St. Martin's Theatre, 1948.
) The Guinea Pig, Criterion Theatre, 1946.
) Arden Rencelaw, The Drunkard, Playhouse, Amersham, England, 1945.
Robert, A Life in the Theatre, Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London, 1989, then Strand Theatre, 1989-90.
Sonny, The Paranormalist, Greenwich Theatre, 1982.
Title role, The Father, Open Space Theatre, London, 1979.
Lt. Col. Vershinin, Three Sisters, RSC, Brooklyn Academy of Music, 1977.
(1989) He acted in David Mamet's play, "A Life in the Theatre," at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Samuel West in the cast.
(1972) He acted in Henrik Ibsen's play, "Hedda Gabler," at the Royal Court Theatre in London, England with Jill Bennett, Ronald Hines, and Brian Cox CBE in the cast. Anthony Page was director.
(1951) He acted in Christopher Fry's play, "A Sleep of Prison
ers," at the Festival of Britain with Stanley Baker, Hugh Pryse, and Leonard White in the cast. Michael Macowan was director and Peter Vaughan was stage manager. Ronald Searle designed the cover illustration.
(1953-1954) He acted in TS Eliot's play, "The Confidential Clerk," at the Lyric Theatre in London, England with Margaret Leighton, Isabel Jeans, Paul Rogers, Alan Webb, and Peter Jones in the cast.
(1955) He acted in Julien Green's play, "South," at the Arts Theatre Club in London, England with Errol John, Zena Walker, John Harrison, Andre Morell, Melvyn Hayes, Horace Sequeira, and Lyndon Brook in the cast. Peter Hall was director.
(1956) He acted in Ernest Lehman's play, "Who Cares?," at the Fortune Theatre in London, England with Alec Clunes in the cast.
(1957) He acted in Tennessee Williams' play, "Camino Real," at the Phoenix Theatre in London, England with James Wood (played Don Quixote), Ronald Barker (played Sancho Panza), Hazel Hughes (played Prudence), Harry Andrews (played Casanova), Eileen Way, Freda Jackson, James Bree, Gordon Gostelow, Elizabeth Seal (played Esmeralda), Lally Bowers, Diana Wynyard (played Marguerite Gautier), and Robert Hardy (played Byron) in the cast. Peter Hall was director.
(1965) He acted in Leon Griffith's play, "The Game As Played," at the New Arts Theatre in London, England with George Murchell, Bryan Pringle, Bettina Dickson, Vernon Dobtcheff, and Michael Martin in the cast.
(July 26, 1960) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Troilus and Cressida," at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford, England with Dorothy Tutin, Max Adrian, Eric Porter, Peter O'Toole, Clifford Rose, and Diana Rigg in the cast. Peter Hall and John Barton were directors.
(April 5, 1960) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Two Gentlemen of Verona," at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford, England with Derek Godfrey, Jack MacGowram, Frances Cuka, Eric Porter, Ian Richardson, and Diana Rigg in the cast. Peter Hall was director.
(April 12, 1960) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "The Merchant of Venice," at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford, England with Peter O'Toole, Dorothy Tutin, Patrick Allen, Jack MacGowram, Ian Richardson, and Diana Rigg in the cast. Michael Langham was director.
(1960) He acted in the Stratford Theatre Festival at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford, England with Peggy Ashcroft, Peter O'Toole, Eric Porter, Harry Andrews, Ian Richardson, Derek Godfrey, Max Adrian, Dinsdale Landen, Ian Holm, Patrick Wymark, Paul Hardwick, Jack MacGowram, Diana Rigg, and Michele Dotrice in the cast. Peter Hall was director.
(1975) He acted in Graham Greene's play, "The Return of A.J. Raffles," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Clive Francis, Paul Rogers, Jane How, and Michael Bryant in the cast. David Jones was director.
(1951). Stage Play: The Green Bay Tree. Drama (revival). Written by Mordaunt Shairp
. Directed by Shepard Traube
. John Golden Theatre: 1 Feb 1951- 17 Feb 1951 (20 performances). Cast: Anne Crawford (as "Leonora Yale"), Denholm Elliott
(as "Julian"), Joseph Schildkraut
(as "Mr. Dulcimer"), Francis Compton (as "Trump"), Mercer McLeod (as "Mr. Owen"). Produced by Shepard Traube.
(1974) He acted in Peter Nichols' play, "Chez Nous," at the Globe Theatre in London, England with Albert Finney, Geraldine McEwen, and Pat Heywood in the cast.
(1950) He acted in Christopher Fry's play, "Venus Observed," at the St. James Theatre in London, England with Laurence Olivier and Rachel Kempson in the cast.
(1970) He acted in John Mortimer's play, "Come As You Are," at the Strand Theatre in London, England with Glynis Johns, Joss Ackland, and Celia Bannerman in the cast.
(March 16 to May 1, 1971) He acted in Noel Coward's play, "Design for Living," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Maggie Smith and Robert Stephens in the cast. Peter Wood was director. MAGO was set designer.
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