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  • (1978) A History of the American Film - 11 different characters - on Broadway
  • (1979) On Golden Pond - Mailman and general understudy - on Broadway
  • (1979) Bent - Officer - On Broadway
  • (1982) Grown Ups - understudy - On Broadway
  • (October 14 to November 7, 1965) He played Jack Worthing in Oscar Wilde's play, "The Importance of Being Earnest," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Jack Johnson (Algernon Moncrieff); John Seitz (Canon Chasuble D.D.); Charles Kissinger (Lane); Donald Cooper (Merriman); Kathryn Wheeler (Lady Bracknell); Patricia Stewart (Hon. Gwendolyn Fairfax); Sally Douglass (Cecily Cardew); and Jo Deodato (Miss Prism) in the cast. James Dyas was director.
  • (December 2 to 26, 1965) He played Elyot Chase in Noel Coward's play, "Private Lives," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Sallie Douglass (Sibyl Chase); John Seitz (Victor Prynne); Patricia Stewart (Amanda Prynne) and Sheila Harlan (Louise) in the cast. James Dyas was director.
  • (February 17 to March 6, 1966) He played Oronte in Moliere's play, "School for Wives," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Patricia Stewart (Georgette); J.S. Johnson (Alain); Ned Beatty (Amolphe); Grant Sheehan (Chysalde); Patricia Squires (Agnes); Paul Watson (Horace) and Don Cooper (Enrique) in the cast. Miles Malleson was adapter. Richard Block was director.
  • (March 10 to April 3, 1966) He played Howard Wagner in Arthur Miller's play, "Death of a Salesman," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Ned Beatty (Willy Loman); Jo Deodato (Linda); Paul Watson (Happy); Grant Sheehan (Biff); J.S. Johnson (Bernard); Jack Collard (Charley); Patricia Stewart (the woman); Charles Kissinger (Uncle Ben); Sherrill Brown (Jenny); Don Cooper (Stanley); Walta Beatty (Miss Forsythe); Sherri Watson (Letta); in the cast. Tom Gruenewald was director.
  • (April 7 to May 1, 1966) He played the Vagabond in George M. Cohan's play, "The Tavern," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Grant Sheehan (The Tavern Keeper's son); Sharon Watson (The Hired Girl); Ned Beatty (The Tavern Keeper); J.S. Johnson (The Hired Man); Patricia Stewart (the Woman); Warren Colston (The Governor); Kathryn Wheeler (The Governor's Wife); Paul Watson (The Fiance); and Richard Block (Stevens) in the cast. Dennis Broughton, John Helfrich and Joseph Kelly played the Sherriff's men. Richard Block was also director.
  • (October 20 to November 13, 1966) He played Lord Fancourt Babberly in Brandon Thomas' play, "Charley's Aunt," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Cliff Lambert (Brassett); Max Howard (Jack Chesney); Lennie Baker (Charles Wykeham); Jane Singer (Kitty Verdum); Melody Greer (Amy Spettigue); Grant Sheehan (Col. Sir Francis Chesney); Gary Gage (Stephen Spettigue); Jo Deodato (Donna Lucia D'Alvadorez); Mandy Dick (Ela Delahay); Terry Sullivan (Johnny); and Denny Broughton (Johnny) in the cast. Jock Ferguson was director.
  • (March 9 to April 2, 1967) He played Nathan Weinstein in David Rayfiel's play, "Nathan Weinstein's Daughter," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Jane Singer (Rachel Weinstein); Lenny Baker (Arnold Rose); Paul Watson (Dr. Lance Augenblick); Mary Kent Wilson (a patient); Jo Deodato (Mrs. Wolf Snow); Cliff Lambert (a ticket window); Grant Sheehan (Harry Wang);Sherri Watson (Deborah Wang); J.S. Johnson (Kim Bong Choy) and James Carruthers (Lem Fowler) in the cast. Gennaro Montanino was director.
  • (April 6 to 30, 1967) He played the Doctor in Tennessee Williams' play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Gloria James (Neighbor Woman); Sherri Watson (Eunice Hubbell); Grant Sheehan (Stanley Kowalski); Jane Singer (Stella Kowalski); J.S. Johnson (Steve Hubbell); James Carruthers (Harold "Mitch" Mitchell); Jane Welch (Blanche Dubois); Paul Watson (Pablo Gonzalez); Lenny Baker (A young collector) and Jo Deodato (Nurse) in the cast. Philip Minor was director.

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