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Starred in "Play of the Week" series on Channel 13 (New York) for Eugene O'Neill's "The Iceman Cometh", 1960s.

Local radio commercial: Sanwa Bank (Los Angeles, CA), 1998.

Stage: He became a star in the original Broadway stage production of "Long Day's Journey into Night" in 1956, playing James "Jamie" Tyrone, Jr., a role he repeated in the 1962 film (Long Day's Journey Into Night (1962)).

Stage: Appeared in "The Devils" on Broadway, 1965.

Stage: Appeared (as "Seymour Rosenthal") in "But For Whom Charlie" (1964). Written by S.N. Behrman. Music arranged by David Amram. Scenic Design and lighting by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Anna Hill Johnstone. Directed by Elia Kazan. ANTA Washington Square Theatre: 12 Mar-2 Jul 1964 (47 performances/note: rotated in repertory with "After the Fall" and "Marco Millions"). Cast: Mariclare Costello, Faye Dunaway, Faith Prosper, Salome Jens, Clint Kimbrough, Barbara Loden, Ralph Meeker (as "Charles Taney"), Patricia Roe, Diane Shalet, Michael Stroud, David Wayne (as "Brock Dunaway"). Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Robert Whitehead and Kazan).

Stage: Starred in "A Moon for the Misbegotten" on Broadway in 1974. Nominated for Tony award.

Stage: Starred in "The Country Girl" on Broadway, 1972. Nominated for Tony award.

Stage: Starred in "Hughie" on Broadway, 1965. Nominated for Tony award.

Stage: Starred in "After the Fall" on Broadway, 1964. Nominated for Tony award.

Stage: Starred in "Toys in the Attic" on Broadway, 1960. Nominated for Tony award.

Stage: Starred in "Long Day's Journey Into Night" on Broadway, 1957. Nominated for Tony award.

Stage: Starred in "The Disenchanted" on Broadway, 1959. Won Tony award.

Stage: Starred in "A Touch of the Poet" on Broadway, 1978. Won Tony award.

Stage: Starred in off-Broadway production of "American Gothic", directed by José Quintero, 1953.

Stage: Starred in "After the Fall" by Arthur Miller, directed by Elia Kazan. Cast: Barbara Loden. Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, New York.

(1982) He and Colleen Dewhurst appeared in the theatrical production of "You Can't Take It With You" at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey.

(1976) He acted in the play, "Hughie," at the Academy Festival Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.

Love Letters (1989). Written by A.R. Gurney. Directed by John Tillinger. Edison Theatre: 31 Oct 1989- 21 Jan 1989 (96 performances). Cast: Colleen Dewhurst (as "Melissa Gardner [from 31 Oct 1989- 5 Nov 1989], Jason Robards (as "Andrew Makepiece") [from 31 Oct 1989- 5 Nov 1989]. Replacement actors: Polly Bergen (as "Melissa Gardner") [from 2 Jan 1990- 7 Jan 1990], Stockard Channing (as "Melissa Gardner") [from 7 Nov 1989- 12 Nov 1989], John Clark (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 26 Dec 1989- 31 Dec 1989], Jane Curtin (as "Melissa Gardner") [from 28 Nov 1989- 3 Dec 1989], David Dukes (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 12 Dec 1989- 17 Dec 1989], Robert Foxworth (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 21 Nov 1989- 26 Nov 1989], Edward Herrmann (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 28 Nov 1989- 3 Dec 1989], Timothy Hutton (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 19 Dec 1989- 24 Dec 1989], Swoosie Kurtz (as "Melissa Gardner") [from 14 Nov 1989- 19 Nov 1989], Nancy Marchand (as "Melissa Gardner") [from 5 Dec 1989- 10 Dec 1989], Elizabeth McGovern (as "Melissa Gardner") [from 19 Dec 1989- 24 Dec 1989], Elizabeth Montgomery (as "Melissa Gardner") [from 21 Nov 1989- 26 Nov 1989], Kate Nelligan (as "Melissa Gardner") [from 9 Jan 1990- 4 Jan 1990 and from 12 Dec 1990- 17 Dec 1990], Lynn Redgrave (as "Melissa Gardner") [from 26 Dec 1989- 31 Dec 1989], Cliff Robertson (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 16 Jan 1990- 21 Jan 1990], John Rubinstein (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 7 Nov 1989- 12 Nov 1989], Elaine Stritch (as "Melissa Gardner") [from 16 Jan 1990- 21 Jan 1990], Richard Thomas (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 14 Nov 1989- 19 Nov 1989], Robert Vaughn (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 2 Jan 1990- 7 Jan 1990], Fritz Weaver (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 5 Dec 1989- 10 Dec 1989], Treat Williams (as "Andrew Makepiece Ladd III") [from 9 Jan 1990- 14 Jan 1990]. Produced by Roger L. Stevens, Thomas Viertel, Steven Baruch and Richard Frankel.

(1968). Stage Play: We Bombed in New Haven. Satire. Written by Joseph Heller. Music for the song "Bomb, Bomb, Bombing Along" by Burton Lane. Lyrics for the song "Bomb, Bomb, Bombing Along" by Joseph Heller. Scenic Design by William Ritman. Directed by John Hirsch. Ambassador Theatre: 16 Oct 1968- 29 Dec 1968 (85 performances + 10 previews). Cast: Jason Robards (as "Captain Starkey"), Diana Sands (as "Ruth"), Anthony Holland (as "Corporal Bailey"), Ron Leibman (as "Sergeant Henderson"), William Roerick (as "The Major"), Frank Andre (as "Frank"), Victor Arnold (as "Vic"), Don Billett (as "Corporal Sinclair"), Tom Brannum (as "Private Fisher"), Robert Christian (as "Bob"), Maxwell Glanville (as "Pfc. Joe Carson"), Elek Hartman (as "Golfer"), Garry Mitchell (as "Garry"), David Piel (as "David"), Hansford Rowe (as "Hunter"), Gino Scandur [credited as Gene Scandur] (as "Starkey's Son"), Dale Williams (as "Young Fisher"). Standbys: Alexandra Berlin (as "Ruth") and John Harkins (as "Captain Starkey"). Understudies: Frank Andre (as "Corporal Sinclair/Pfc. Joe Carson"), Victor Arnold (as "Sergeant Henderson"), Robert Christian (as "Corporal Bailey"), Elek Hartman (as "The Major"), Garry Mitchell (as 'Golfer/Hunter"), David Piel (as "Private Fisher/Starkey's Son") and Lewis Rosen (as "Young Fisher"). Produced by 'Helen Bonfils', Morton Gottlieb, Harold Leventhal and Joseph Stein.

(1964). Stage Play: Hughie. Written by Eugene O'Neill. Scenic Design and Lighting Design by David Hays. Directed by José Quintero. Royale Theatre: 22 Dec 1964- 30 Jan 1965 (51 performances + 8 previews that began on 16 Dec 1964). Cast: Jack Dodson (as "A Night Clerk") [Broadway debut], Jason Robards (as "Erie Smith"). Understudy: Dana Elcar [final Broadway role]. Produced by Theodore Mann and Joseph E. Levine. Produced in association with Katzka-Berne Productions.


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