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  • (September 2004 - December 2004) In his London stage debut, portrayed "Dodge" in "Buried Child" at the National Theatre Lyttelton, London, England, UK. Written by Sam Shepard, directed by Matthew Warchus.
  • (February 25, 1969 - March 29, 1969) "Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie?," written by Don Petersen; directed by Michael Schultz; produced by Philip Rose and Huntington Hartford, and in association with Jay Weston; with Michael Brandon (portraying Prince); Bob Christian (portraying Deek); Laura Figueroa (portraying Marietta); Hal Holbrook (portraying Mr. Winters); Lauren Jones (portraying Linda); Catita Lord (portraying Rita); David Opatoshu (portraying Dr. Werner); Al Pacino (portraying Bickham, in his Broadway debut); José Pérez (as Jose Perez) (portraying Ponti); Lázaro Pérez (as Lazaro Perez) (portraying Tonto); Jon Richards(portraying Mr. O'Malley); Roger Robinson (portraying Conrad); Kenneth Rosaly (portraying Hugo); Bruce Scott (portraying Fullendorf); Hector Troy (portraying Raul); M. Emmet Walsh (portraying Ringo); Sam Watson (portraying Lee); on Broadway at the Belasco Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (58 total performances including 19 previews beginning February 5, 1969).

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