- (March 17, 2005 - July 2, 2006) "The Light in the Piazza," original musical; book by Craig Lucas; music and lyrics by Adam Guettel; based on the novel by Elizabeth Spencer; music orchestrated by Ted Sperling and Adam Guettel; additional orchestrations by Bruce Coughlin; musical direction by Ted Sperling; directed by Bartlett Sher; musical staging by Jonathan Butterell; with Chris Sarandon (portraying Signor Naccarelli, Fabrizio's father).
- (1970) "The Rothschilds," original musical; book by Sherman Yellen; lyrics by Sheldon Harnick; music by Jerry Bock; based on "The Rothschilds" by Frederic Morton; with Chris Sarandon (portraying Jacob Rothschild).
- (1971) "Two Gentlemen of Verona," dramatic revival; written by William Shakespeare; with Chris Sarandon (portraying Proteus).
- Censored Scenes From King Kong (1980). Musical comedy. Book by Howard Schuman. Music by Andy Roberts. Lyrics by Howard Schuman. Choreographed by David Toguri. Directed by Colin Bucksey. Princess Theatre: 6 Mar 1980- 9 Mar 1980 (5 performances + 11 previews that began on 26 Feb 1980). Cast: Stephen Collins (as "Stephen"), Alma Cuervo (as "Deborah"), Carrie Fisher (as "Iris"), Pete Flasher (as "The Voice of The Author"), Edward Love (as "Walter Wilma"), Nicky Mieholes (as "The Voice of The Producer"), Peter Riegert (as "S.K. Vogel/S.L. Vogel/Sauvage Sagar/Vincenzo Chiaruggi"), Chris Sarandon (as "Benchgelter"). Understudies: Kenny Brawner (as "Walter Wilma"), Candy Darling (as "Deborah/Iris"), Ron Fassler (as "Benchgelter/S.K. Vogel/S.L. Vogel/Sauvage Sagar/Stephen/Vincenzo Chiaruggi"). Produced by Michael White and Eddie Kulukundis. Associate Producer: Robert S. Fishko.
- (1991) "Nick & Nora," original musical. Book by Arthur Laurents. Music by Charles Strouse. Lyrics by Richard Maltby Jr.. Music orchestrated by Jonathan Tunick. Musical and Vocal Direction by Jack Lee. Dance and incidental music by Charles Strouse. Dance and incidental music arranged by Gordon Lowry Harrell. Scenic Design by Douglas W. Schmidt. Costume Design by Theoni V. Aldredge. Based on characters created by Dashiell Hammett. Based on "The Thin Man" motion pictures owned by Turner Entertainment Co. Associate Musical Dir.: Patrick Scott Brady. Choreographed by Tina Paul. Assistant Choreographer: Luis Perez. Directed by Arthur Laurents. Marquis Theatre: 8 Dec 1991- 15 Dec 1991 (9 performances + 71 previews that began on 8 Oct 1991). Cast: Barry Bostwick (as "Nick Charles"), Joanna Gleason (as "Nora Charles"), Christine Baranski (as "Tracy Gardner"), Jeff Brooks (as "Spider Malloy"), Tim Connell (as "Mariachi"), John Jellison (as "Msgr. Flaherty"), Yvette Lawrence Maria Valdez"), Michael Lombard (as "Lt. Wolfe"), Debra Monk (as "Lily Connors"), Kathy Morath (as "Mavis"), Kip Niven (as "Edward J. Connors"), Kris Phillips (as "Mariachi"), Faith Prince (as "Lorraine Bixby"), Remak Ramsay (as "Max Bernheim"), Riley (as "Asta"), Hal Robinson(as "Selznick"), Chris Sarandon (as "Victor Moisa"), Thom Sesma (as "Yukido"), Kristen Wilson (as "Delli/Waitress"). Swings: Mark Hoebee, Cynthia Thole. Standbys: Kay McClelland (as "Nora Charles/Tracy Gardner"), Richard Muenz (as "Nick Charles/Victor Moisa"). Replacement actors: Jossie DeGuzman (as "Maria Valdez) [Was replaced in previews], Yvette Lawrence (as "Cigarette Girl/Delli"). Produced by Terry Allen Kramer, Charlene Nederlander, James M. Nederlander, Daryl Roth and Elizabeth I. McCann. Produced in association with James Pentecost and Charles Suisman.
- (2005) "The Light in the Piazza," original musical. Book by Craig Lucas. Music by Adam Guettel. Lyrics by Adam Guettel. Based on the novel by Elizabeth Spencer. Music orchestrated by Ted Sperling and Adam Guettel. Additional Orchestrations: Bruce Coughlin. Musical Director: Ted Sperling. Musical Staging by Jonathan Butterell. Assistant Director: Sarna Lapine. Directed by Bartlett Sher. Vivian Beaumont Theatre: 18 Apr 2005- 2 Jul 2006 (504 performances + 36 previews that began on 17 Mar 2005). Cast: Michael Berresse (as "Giuseppe Naccarelli, Fabrizio's brother"), David Bonanno (as "Ensemble"), David Burnham (as "Ensemble"), Victoria Clark (as "Margaret Johnson"), Patti Cohenour (as "Signora Naccarelli, Fabrizio's mother"), Beau Gravitte (as "Roy Johnson"), Margaret's husband"), Laura Griffith (as "Ensemble"), Mark Harelik [Broadway debut] (as "Signor Naccarelli, Fabrizio's father") [from 17 Mar 2005- 11 Sep 2005], Prudence Wright Holmes (as "Ensemble"), Jennifer Hughes (as "Ensemble"), Felicity LaFortune (as "Tour Guide/Ensemble"), Michel Moinot (as "Ensemble"), Matthew Morrison (as "Fabrizio Naccarelli [from 17 Mar 17, 2005- 1 Sep 2005], Kelli O'Hara (as "Clara Johnson, Margaret's daughter") [from 17 Mar 2005- 4 Dec 2005], Joseph Siravo (as "Priest/Ensemble"), Sarah Uriarte Berry (as "Franca Naccarelli, Giuseppe's wife"). Swings: Glenn Seven Allen, Catherine LaValle. Understudies: Glenn Seven Allen (as "Priest"), David Bonanno (as "Giuseppe Naccarelli"), David Burnham (as "Fabrizio Naccarelli"), Patti Cohenour (as "Margaret Johnson"), Laura Griffith (as "Franca Naccarelli"), Jennifer Hughes (as "Clara Johnson") [from 17 Mar 2005- 4 Dec 2005], Felicity LaFortune (Signora Naccarelli), Catherine LaValle (as" Tour Guide"), Joseph Siravo (Roy Johnson/Signor Naccarelli"). Replacement actors: Katie Clarke Clara Johnson [from 2005 - ?], Patti Cohenour (as "Margaret Johnson") [Fri. eve. & Sat. matinées only], Jennifer Hughes (as "Clara Johnson") [from 6 Dec 2005- 15 Dec 2005], Aaron Lazar (as "Fabrizio Naccarelli") [from 2 Sep 2005- ?], Chris Sarandon (as "Signor Naccarelli") [from 13 Sep 2005- ?]. Produced by Lincoln Center Theater (André Bishop: Artistic Director. Bernard Gersten: Executive Producer). LCT Musical Theater Associate Producer: Ira Weitzman. Produced by arrangement with Turner Entertainment Co.
- (October 12, 2007 - January 6, 2008) "Cyrano de Bergerac," dramatic revival; written by Edmond Rostand; directed by David Leveaux; with Jennifer Garner (portraying Roxane, Cyrano's cousin); Kevin Kline (portraying Cyrano de Bergerac, a Gascon); Daniel Sunjata (portraying Christian De Neuvillette); Max Baker portraying Ragueneau, a pastry cook); Euan Morton (portraying Ligniere, the poet and Théophraste Renaudot, a journalist); Chris Sarandon (portraying Comte de Guiche); John Douglas Thompson (portraying Le Bret); Concetta Tomei (portraying Roxane's Duenna and Sister Marthe); Stephen Balantzian (portraying Gascony Cadet); Tom Bloom (portraying Montfleury, a tragic actor and A Porter and Gascony Cadet); Keith Eric Chappelle (portraying Guard and Poet and Gascony Cadet); MacIntyre Dixon (portraying Jodelet, the comedian and A Capuchin and Gascony Cadet); Davis Duffield (portraying Theatregoer's Son and Gascony Cadet); Amefika J. El-Amin (portraying Gascony Cadet); Peter Jay Fernandez (portraying Carbon de Castel Jaloux, Captain of the Gascony Cadets); Kate Guyton (portraying A Food Seller and A Nun); Ginifer King (portraying Actress and Sister Claire); Carman Lacivita (portraying Vicomte de Valvert and Gascony Cadet); Piter Marek (portraying Marquis de Brissaille and Gascony Cadet); Lucas Papaelias (portraying Page and Cook and A Cadet); Leenya Rideout (portraying A Lady and Singer and A Nun); Fred Rose (portraying Poet and Gascony Cadet); Thomas Schall (portraying Theatregoer and Poet and Gascony Cadet); Daniel Stewart Sherman (portraying A Musketeer and Gascony Cadet); Alexander Sovronsky (portraying Page and Cook and A Cadet); Baylen Thomas (portraying Marquis de Cuigy and Gascony Cadet); and Nance Williamson (portraying Lise, Ragueneau's wife and Mother Marguerite); on Broadway at the Richard Rodgers Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (77 total performances, including 21 previews beginning October 12, 2007).
- (1994) Narrated Thomas Harris' novel "Red Dragon" for Books On Tape (now available for download). Run time: 3 hrs. & 5 minutes. Simon & Schuster (2005). ISBN: 978-0743540278.
- (December 16, 1977 to January 28, 1978) He acted in George Bernard Shaw's play, "The Devil's Disciple," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Rex Harrison, Carole Shelley, Barnard Hughes and Margaret Hamilton in the cast. Frank Dunlop was director.