- (July 2002) : Plays Snaveley T. Bogle in "A Saint She Ain't" musical by Dick Vosburgh and Denis King (Berkshire Theater Festival Main Stage, Stockbridge, Massachussets, USA).
- (2006 - 2007) Playing "The Wizard" in the national tour of the hit musical "Wicked".
- (2007) Producing the documentary series "Living Treasures" with his wife, actress Louisa Flaningam.
- Has appeared on Broadway in the plays "Torch Song Trilogy", "Pippin", "Sophisticated Ladies", "The Pajama Game", "Charlie and Algernon" (LA Critics Award), "Sarava'", "Wind in the Willows", and "Ain't Broadway Grand".
- (2000 - 2006) Appeared as "Mr. Cellophane" in the Broadway revival of the musical "Chicago", opposite Melanie Griffith, Sandy Duncan, and Brooke Shields, to name a few.
- (1987) He acted in George M. Cohan's musical, "Give My Regards to Broadway," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Carol Dilley and Louisa Flaningam in the cast.
- (1986-1987 Season) He acted in Cy Coleman and Michael Stewart's musical, "Barnum," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Meg Bussert and Judith McCauley in the cast. Neal Kenyon was director. Dick Lumbard was choreographer. David MItchell was scenic designer. Brian MacDevitt was lighting designer. Guy Geoly and Alice S. Hughes were costume designers.
- (1991-1992 Season) He acted in Tim Rice and ABBA's musical, "Chess," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Steve Blanchard, Susan Dawn Carson, David Cryer, John DeLuca, Judy McLane and Keith Rice in the cast. Rob Marshall was choreographer and director. Jeff Rizzo was musical director. Michael Anania was scenic designer. Tim Hunter was lighting designer. Gregg Barnes was costume designer.
- (1995) He acted in Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe's musical, "Brigadoon," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with John Clonts, Leah Hocking, Joseph Mahowald, Lee Merril and Alex Sanchez in the cast. David Holgrive was director. Jim Coleman was musical director. Greg Ganakas was choreographer. Desmond Heeley was set and costume designer. Mark Stanley was lighting designer.