He directed Terrence McNally's, "Frankie and Johnny in the Clair De Lune," at the Stage I of the Manhattan Theatre Club in New York City with Kathy Bates and Kenneth Welsh in the cast.
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I try to make each of the characters different. I think the trick is to cement in the reality, to make it logical and real to yourself. Once there's a reality, I think you can make it as crazy as you want it to be.
In an interview, he said he was constantly mistaken for being British because of his work on The Jeffersons
(1975) as Harry Bentley.