(March 16 to May 9, 1993) He acted in Howard Barker's play, "Scenes from an Execution," in an American premiere at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Juliet Stevenson in the cast. Robert Allan Ackerman was director. Gordon Davidson was artistic director.
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[on his portrayal of Count Dracula on Broadway] I don't play him as a hair-raising ghoul. He is a nobleman, an elegant man with a difficult problem... a man with a unique and distinctive social problem: he has to have blood to live and he is immortal.
Has twice won Broadway's Tony Award: as Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Dramatic), in 1975 for Edward Albee
's "Seascape", and as Best Actor (Featured Role - Play), in 2002 for "Fortune's Fool". He was also nominated for the Tony two other times as Best Actor (Play): in 1978 for "Dracula", a role he recreated with a different script in the film Dracula
(1979), and in 2004 for "Match".
Frequently plays leaders and authority figures