- (1960) Unsold pilot: Co-starred with Tex Ritter in a pilot for a series to be called "Henry D".
- Zoot Suit (1979).
- (1963) Stage: Conceived / wrote lyrics for / directed / appeared (as "Reader") in "Spoon River Anthology" on Broadway. Musical. Dramatic reading of the verse of Edgar Lee Masters. Music by 'Naomi Caryl Hirshhorn'. Booth Theatre (moved to The Belasco Theatre from 18 Nov 1963 to close): 29 Sep 1963-4 Jan 1964 (111 performances). Cast: Robert Elston (as "Reader"), Betty Garrett (as "Reader"), Joyce Van Patten (as "Reader"), Naomi Caryl Hirshhorn, Hal Lynch. Produced by Joseph Cates. Presented by Cates Brothers.
- (1952) Stage Play: Desire Under the Elms. Drama (revival). Written by Eugene O'Neill. Scenic Design by Mordecai Gorelik. Directed by Harold Clurman. ANTA Playhouse: 16 Jun 1952- 23 Feb 1952 (46 performances). Cast: Charles Aidman (as "Man") [Broadway debut], Minnette Barrett (as "Woman"), Jocelyn Brando (as "Young Girl"), Elwyn Dearborn (as "Neighbor"), Colleen Dewhurst (as "Neighbor"), Donald Elson (as "Neighbor"), Howard H. Fischer (as "Old Farmer"), Russell Gaige (as "Sheriff"), Mark Gordon (as "Fiddler") [Broadway debut], Norma Hayes (as "Neighbor"), George Hoxie (as "Neighbor"), Karl Malden (as "Ephraim Cabot"), John McLiam (as "Another Man"), George Mitchell (as "Peter Cabot"), Lou Polan (as "Simeon Cabot"), Barbara Schultz (as "Neighbor"), Carol Stone (as "Abbie Putnam"), Douglas Watson (as "Eben Cabot"), Jutta Wolfe (as "Neighbor"). Produced by The American National Theatre and Academy. Note: Filmed by Don Hartman Productions [distributed by Paramount Pictures] as Desire Under the Elms (1958).
- Stage: Appeared in "The Cretan Women", off-Broadway, New York City.
- Stage: Appeared in "Career", off-Broadway, New York City.
- (April 1970) He adapted Edgar Lee Masters' play, "Spoon River Anthology," at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut. Arvin Brown was director. David F. Segal was original set designer. Ronald Wallace and Spalding were set designers. Thom J. Peterson was costume designer. Ronald Wallace was also lighting designer. Caryl Hirschorn, M. Posnick and S. Leopold were composers.