Roberts Blossom Poster

Other Works

  • Acted in an Off-Broadway stage production of "The Infernal Machine" at the Phoenix Theatre.
  • Acted in an Off-Broadway stage production of "Victims of Duty" at the Lucille Lortel Theatre.
  • Portrayed the lead in an Off-Broadway stage production of "Bartleby" at the York Playhouse.
  • Acted in an Off-Broadway stage production of "Do Not Pass Go" at the Cherry Lane Theatre.
  • Acted in an Off-Broadway stage production of "Sunset" at the 81st Street Theatre.
  • Acted in an Off-Broadway stage production of "Siamese Connections" at the Joseph Papp Public Theater.
  • Acted in an Off-Broadway stage production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater.
  • (1958 - 1973) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1958) Stage Play: The Infernal Machine.
  • (1961) Stage Play: A Cook for Mr. General. Comedy.
  • (1963) Stage Play: The Ballad of the Sad Cafe.
  • (1973) Stage Play: Status Quo Vadis.
  • (1964) Stage Play: The Physicists. Written by Friedrich Duerrenmatt. Book adapted by James Kirkup. Directed by Peter Brook. Martin Beck Theatre: 13 Oct 1964- 28 Nov 1964 (55 performances + 6 previews that began on 7 Oct 1964). Cast: Hume Cronyn (as "George Beutler (Newton)"), Robert Shaw (as "Johann Wilhelm Mobius"), Jessica Tandy (as "Fraulein Doktor Mathilde von Zahnd"), George Voskovec (as "Ernst Heinrich Ernesti (Einstein)"), Roberts Blossom (as "Police Inspector Richard Voss"), Frances Heflin (as "Frau Lina Rose"), Elizabeth Hubbard (as "Monika Stettler"), Doris Rich (as "Marta Boll, the matron"), Doug Chapin (as "Jorg-Lukas, son of Lina and Oskar Rose"), Rod Colbin (as "Uwe Sievers"), Terry Culkin (as "Adolf-Friedrich, son of Lina and Oskar Rose"), Frank Daly (as "Guhl, a police stenographer"), John Dutra (as "Policeman") [final Broadway role], Drew Eliot (as "Policeman"), David Ford (as "Oskar Rose/Frau Lina Rose's husband"), Leland Mayforth (as "Wilfried-Kaspar, son of Lina and Oskar Rose"), Leonard Parker (as "Murillo"), John Perkins (as "McArthur"), Alex Reed (as "Police Doctor"), Jack Woods (as "Blocher, a police photographer"). Understudies: Mark Belsky (as "Adolf-Friedrich/Jorg-Lukas/Wilfried-Kaspar"), Roberts Blossom (as "Ernst Heinrich Ernesti (Einstein)"), Susan Carr (as "Monika Stettler"), Rod Colbin (as "Herbert George Beutler (Newton)"), Frank Daly (as "Police Inspector Richard Voss"), John Dutra (as "Blocher/Guhl/Uwe Sievers"), David Ford (as "Johann Wilhelm Mobius"), Alex Reed (as "Oskar Rose"), Doris Rich (as "Fraulein Doktor Mathilde von Zahnd"), Patricia Ripley (as "Frau Lina Rose/Marta Boll") and Jack Woods (as "Police Doctor"). Produced by Allen-Hodgdon Inc. and Stevens Productions Inc. Produced by arrangement with Robert Whitehead.
  • (1970) Stage Play: Operation Sidewinder. Written by Sam Shepard. Music composed and performed by The Holy Modal Rounders. Directed by Michael Schultz. Vivian Beaumont Theatre: 12 Mar 1970- 25 Apr 1970 (52 performances + 13 previews). Cast: José Barrera (as "Indian"), Paul Benjamin (as "Blade/Indian"), Roberts Blossom (as "Billy"), Gregory Borst (as "Indian"), Philip Bosco (as "Captain Bovine"), Catherine Burns (as "Carhop"), Ralph Drischell (as "1st Cohort"), Barbara Eda-Young (as "Honey"), Gus Fleming (as "Cadet/Indian"), Ray Fry (as "Doctor Vector"), Robert Keesler (as "Indian"), Michael Levin (as "Spider Lady/Indian"), Clark Luis (as "Indian"), Joseph Mascolo (as "Colonel Warner"), Richard Mason (as "Indian"), Muriel Miguel (as "Indian"), Michael Miller (as "Mechanic/3d Desert Tactical Troop"), Louis Mofsie (as "Indian"), Santos Morales (as "Indian"), Garrett Morris (as "Blood/Indian"), Jean-Daniel (as "Indian"), Charles Pegues (as "Dude"), Robert Phalen (as "Dukie/Captain/2d Desert Tactical Troop"), Don Plumley (as "Mickey Free"), Joan Pringle (as "Edith/Indian"), Robert Riggs (as "Forest Ranger/1st Desert Tactical Troop"), Andy Robinson (as "Young Man"), Arthur Sellers (as "2d Cohort"), Paul Sparer (as "General Bowser"), Barbara Spiegel (as "Indian"). Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Jules Irving).

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