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Active on Broadway in the following productions:

The Boy Friend (1954). Musical comedy. Book by Sandy Wilson. Music by Sandy Wilson. Lyrics by Sandy Wilson. Music orchestrated by Ted Royal and Charles L. Cooke. Musical Director: Anton Coppola. Choreographed by John Heawood [earliest Broadway credit]. Scenic Design by Reginald Wooley. Costume Design by Reginald Wooley. Supervising Scenic Designer: Feder. Supervising Lighting Designer: Feder. Supervising Costume Designer: Robert Mackintosh. Hair Design by Ron De Mann. Directed by Cy Feuer. Royale Theatre: 30 Sep 1954- 26 Nov 1955 (485 performances). Cast: Julie Andrews (as "Polly Browne") [Broadway debut], John Hewer (as "Tony"), Jimmy Alex (as "Phillipe"), Ruth Altman (as "Madame Dubonnet"), Eric Berry (as "Percival Browne") [Broadway debut], Michael Callan [credited as Mickey Calin] (as "Guest"), Stella Claire (as "Fay/Lolita"), Lyn Connorty (as "Susanne"), Douglas Deane (as "Gendarme"), Marge Ellis (as "Guest"), Paulette Girard (as "Hortense"), Geoffrey Hibbert (as "Lord Brockhurst"), Dilys Lay (as "Dulcie"), Vincent Lynne (as "Charles"), Moyna MacGill (as "Lady Brockhurst"), Phoebe Mackay (as "Guest"), Berkley Marsh (as "Monica"), Millicent Martin (as "Nancy"), Joe Milan (as "Marcel/Pepe"), Jerry Newby (as "Pierre"), Lyn Robert (as "Waiter"), Bob Scheerer (as "Bobby Van Husen"), Buddy Schwab (as "Alphonse"), Ann Wakefield (as "Maisie"). Understudies: Leonard Ceeley (as "Percival Browne"), Lyn Connorty (as "Nancy"), Douglas Deane (as "Tony"), Marge Ellis (as "Hortense"), Rose Ingraham (as "Madame Dubonnet"), Vincent Lynne (as "Pierre"), Phoebe Mackay (as "Lady Brockhurst"), Berkley Marsh (as "Nancy"), Millicent Martin (as "Dulcie/Fay/Lolita/Maisie") [Broadway debut], Jerry Newby (as "Bobby Van Husen"), John Perri (as "Alphonse"), Deborah Remsen (as "Polly"), Buddy Schwab (as "Marcel/Pepe"). Replacement actors during run: Berkley Marsh (as "Nancy"), John Perri (as "Phillipe"). Understudies [replacements during run]: Jimmy Alex (as "Pierre"), Michael Callan [credited as Mickey Calin] (as "Alphonse"), Helen Clayton (as "Polly"), George Hall (as "Lord Brockhurst"). Produced by Feuer & Martin. Associate Producer: Monty Shaff and Arthur Lewis.

Two Gentlemen of Verona (1958). Comedy.

The Broken Jug (1958). Comedy.

The Family Reunion (1958).

The Power and the Glory (1958). Drama.

The Beaux Stratagem (1959). Comedy (revival).

The Great God Brown (1959). (Revival). Written by Eugene O'Neill. Incidental music by David Amram. Scenic Design by Will Steven Armstrong. Directed by Stuart Vaughan. Coronet Theatre: 6 Oct 1959- 1 Nov 1959 (32 performances). Cast: Thomas Bellin (as "Policeman"), Eric Berry (as "A Client/Committeeman"), J.D. Cannon (as "Mr. Anthony") [Broadway debut], Coreydon Erickson (as "Youngest Son") [only Broadway role], John Heffernan (as "Younger Draftsman") [Broadway debut], John Hillerman (as "Eldest Son") [Broadway debut], Patrick Hines (as "Mr. Brown"), Gerry Jedd (as "Cybel") [Broadway debut], Robert Lansing (as "William A. Brown"), Murray Levy (as "Second Son"), Nan Martin (as "Margaret"), Albert Quinton (as "Police Captain/Committeeman"), Ray Reinhardt (as "Committeeman/Policeman"), Patricia Ripley (as "Mrs. Anthony"), Elliot Sullivan (as "Older Draftsman"), Sasha von Scherler (as "Mrs. Brown"), Fritz Weaver (as "Dion Anthony"). Produced by The Phoenix Theatre (T. Edward Hambleton: Co-Founder and Managing Director. Norris Houghton: Co-Founder) and Association of Producing Artists (Ellis Rabb, Artistic Director).

Pictures in the Hallway (1959). (Revival).

Peer Gynt (1960). Drama (revival).

Henry IV, Part I (1960). Historical drama (revival).

Henry IV, Part II (1960). Historical drama (revival).

Gideon (1961).

The White House (1964).

Tiny Alice (1964).

Charley's Aunt (1970). Comedy/farce (revival).

Captain Brassbound's Conversion (1972). Comedy (revival).

(1967) He acted in Agatha Christie's play, "Spider's Web," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Joan Fontaine in the cast.

(1966) He directed and acted in Frederick Knott's play, "Dial M for Murder," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Joan Fontaine in the cast.


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