Other Works

  • Unused score: 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
  • Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • Death of a Salesman (1984).
  • Hear! Hear! (1955). Musical revue.
  • (1953) Stage Play: King Richard III. Historical drama (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Music by Alex North. Conducted by Alex North. Production Design by Richard Whorf. Costume Design by Emeline Roche. Directed by Margaret Webster. City Center: 9 Dec 1953- 20 Dec 1953 (15 performances). Cast: James Arenton, Leopold Badia (as "The Lord Mayor of London"), Paul Ballantyne (as "Sir William Brackenbury "), Jay Barney (as "Sir Richard Ratcliff"), Dehl Berti [final Broadway role], Jack Bittner (as "Second Murderer"), Bill Butler, Sandy Campbell, Stanley Carlson, Kendall Clark (as "Sir James Tyrell"), John Connoughton (as "Edward, Prince of Wales"), Staats Cotsworth (as "George, Duke of Clarence, Afterwards Duke of Clarence"), Will Davis, José Ferrer (as "Richard III, Afterwards Duke of Gloucester and Richard III"), Jack Fletcher, John Glennon (as "Lord Grey, Child of Clarence"), Peter Harris, Phillip Huston (as "Lord Rivers"), Martin Kingsley (as "First Murderer"), Jessie Royce Landis (as "Queen Elizabeth, Wife of Edward IV"), Robert Lansing, Benedict MacQuarrie, William Post (as "Lord Hastings"), Vincent Price (as "Duke of Buckingham"), Florence Reed (as "Queen Margaret"), Viola Roache Dutchess of York"), Norman Roland (as "Edward, King Edward IV, Afterwards King Edward IV"), Maureen Stapleton (as 'Lady Anne, Daughter-in-law of Henry VI"), Robinson Stone, John Straub (as "Earl of Derby"), Eugene Stuckmann (as "Sir William Catesby"), Charles Summers (as "Duke of Norfolk"), Charles Taylor (as "Richard, Son of Edward IV"), Tom Tryon, Wallace Widdicombe, G. Wood. Produced by New York City Theatre Company.
  • Slavenska-Franklin Co. (1952). Ballet.
  • The Innocents (1950). Drama.
  • Death of a Salesman (1954). Drama.
  • Of V We Sing (1942). Musical revue.
  • Tis of Thee (1940). Musical revue.
  • Life and Death of an American (1939). Drama. Music by Alex North and Earl Robinson. Written by George Sklar. Choreographed by Lily Mehlmann. Directed by Charles K. Freeman. Maxine Elliott's Theatr: 19 May 1939- Jun 1939 (closing date unknown/29 performances). Cast: Helene C. Ambrose, Donald Cafarella, Kendall Clark (as "Slim"), Blanche Collins, Dorothy Dunsby, Danny Greene, Arthur Kennedy (as "Jerry Dorgan"), Judson Langill, Nat Loesberg, Robert Lowe, Josephine Morse, John Pote, Mary Rolfe, Eleanor Scherr, Everett Spencer. Produced by Living Newspaper Unit of the Federal Theatre Project of the WPA.
  • Mother (1935). Musical. Written by Bertolt Brecht. Music by Hanns Eisler, Jerome Moross and Alex North. Translated by Paul Peters. From a novel by Maxim Gorky'. Directed by Victor Wolfson. Civic Repertory Theatre: 19 Nov 1935- Dec 1935 (closing date unknown/36 performances). Cast: Frances Bavier (as "Woman," "The Butcher's Wife," and "Lydia Antonovna"), John Boruff (as "Pavel Vlasov"), Lee J. Cobb (as "A Policeman," "Smilgin," and "Vasil Yefimovich"), Millicent Green (as "Vera Stefanovna"), Helen Henry, Lester Lonergan, Jr., James MacDonald, Robert Miller, Charles Niemeyer, Bradley Louis Roberts, Tony Ross, Herbert Rudley, Guy Smith, Jr., Hester Sondergaard (as "Masha"), Martin Wolfson (as "Ivan Vesovchikov"), Stanley G. Wood. Produced by The Theatre Union.

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