- (1986) Music video: Directed Lionel Richie video "Dancing on the Ceiling"
- (11/02) Stage: Directed "Adult Entertainment" by Elaine May. Truglia Theater, Rich Forum, Stamford Center for the Arts, Stamford, CT.
- (1940) Stage: Appeared (as "Albert Doan" / "Dancer") in "Pal Joey" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Material by 'John O'Hara (I)' (v). Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek. Costume Design by John Koenig. Scenic / Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Choreographed by 'Robert Alton (I)' (v). Directed / produced by George Abbott. Ethel Barrymore Theatre (moved to The Shubert Theatre from 1 Sep 1941 to 21 Oct 1941 then moved to The St. James Theatre from 21 Oct 1941 to close): 25 Dec 1940-29 Nov 1941 (374 performances). Cast: Gene Kelly (as "Joey Evans"; final Broadway role; replaced by George Tapps on 1 Sep 1941 and moved to Hollywood], Vivienne Segal, Claire Anderson, Adrian Anthony, Sondra Barrett, John Benton, Jean Casto, Milton Chisholm, John Clarke, Alice Craig, Louise de Forrest, Clifford Dunstan, Jack Durant, Wnez Early, Leila Ernst, Jane Fraser, Tilda Getz, Charlene Harkins, Averell Harris, June Havoc (as "Gladys Bumps"), Henning Irgens, Van Johnson (as "Victor" / "Dancer"), Frances Krell, James Lane, Janet Lavis, Howard Ledig, June Leroy, Michael Moore, Amarilla Morris, Robert J. Mulligan, Olive Nicolson, Shirley Paige, Mildred Patterson, Dorothy Poplar, Nelson Rae, Edison Rice, Albert Ruiz, Diane Sinclair, Mildred Solly, Dummy Spelvin, Jeanne Trybom, Marie Vanneman, Jerry Whyte, Vincent York.
- (1941) Stage: Appeard (as "Dancing Boy" / "Ensemble") in "Best Foot Forward" on Broadway. Musical. Book by John Cecil Holm. Music / lyrics by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane. Music orchestrated by Don Walker and Hans Spialek. Overture by Robert Russell Bennett. Scenic / Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Miles White. Choreographed by Gene Kelly. Directed / produced by George Abbott. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 1 Oct 1941-4 Jul 1942 (326 performances). Cast: Buddy Allen, June Allyson (as "Minerva"), Van Atkins, John Balian, Wilbur Baron, Eileen Barton, Kenneth Bowers, Frances Bryan, Kenneth Buffett, Maureen Cannon, Marianne Cude, Danny Daniels, Richard Dick, Tommy Dix, Dorothy Eden, Peggy Anne Ellis, Bee Farnum, Mary Ganley, Harvey Gould, Barbara Grant, Robert Griffith, Ann Guier, Kay Guier, Bobby Harrell, Roger Hewlett, Rhoda Hoffman, Carol Horton, Beverly Hosier, Gil Johnson, Jack Jordan Jr., Perry Jubelirer, Terry Kelly, Rosemary Lane (as "Gale Joy"), Stuart Langley, Norma Lehn, Eugene Martin, Marty May, Betty McCloskey, Elaine Miller, Betty Anne Nyman, Billy Parsons, Kaye Popp, Penny Porter, Lee Roberts, Renee Rochelle, Marilyn Ross, Rosemary Schaefer, Rose Marie Schiller, Victoria Schools, Audry Sperling, George Staisey, Gil Stratton, Buddy Styles, Lenore Thomas, Elmer Vernon, Nancy Walker (as "Blind Date"; Broadway debut), Fleming Ward (as "Dr. Reeber"), Art Williams, Lou Wills Jr., Doris York, Vincent York.