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  • Two Gentlemen of Verona (1958). Comedy. Written by William Shakespeare. Featuring songs by Louis Applebaum. Dance arrangements by Tom Brown. Directed by Michael Langham. Phoenix Theatre: 18 Mar 1958- 20 Apr 1958 (28 performances). Cast: Eric Berry (as "Thurio"), Lloyd Bochner (as "Protheus, One of the Two Gentlemen"), Helen Burns (as "Lucetta/Lady"), Douglas Campbell (as "Duke of Milan, Father to Silvia"), Eric Christmas (as "Sir Eglamour") [Broadway debut], Bill Cole (as "Artist/Well-Bred Outlaw"), Julian Flett (as "Sailor/Flunkey"), John Gardiner (as "Well-Bred Outlaw/Sailor/Flunkey"), Bruno Gerussi (as "Launce, Servant to Protheus"), Amelia Hall (as "Hostess of the Inn/Lady"), Eric House (as "Valentine, One of the Two Gentlemen"), Diana Maddox (as "Silvia"), Roberta Maxwell (as "Ursula/Maid to Silvia"), George McCowan (as "Antonio/Father to Protheus/Low-class Brigand"), Ann Morrish (as "Julia"), Douglas Rain (as "Speed/Servant to Valentine"), Gladys Richards (as "Lady"), Lois Shaw (as "Lady"), Powys Thomas (as "Panthino/Servant to Antonio/Well-Bred Outlaw/Officer"), Jeremy Wilkin (as "Low-class Brigand/Officer/Sailor"). Produced by The Phoenix Theatre (T. Edward Hambleton: Co-Founder and Managing Director. Norris Houghton: Co-Founder).
  • Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • The Broken Jug (1958). Comedy. Written by Heinrich von Kleist. Book adapted by Donald Harron. Incidental music by Louis Applebaum. Directed by Michael Langham. Phoenix Theatre: 1 Apr 1958- 13 Apr 1958 (12 performances). Cast: Eric Berry (as "Major Clovell"), Helen Burns (as "Jessie Gillick"), Douglas Campbell (as "Judge Adam"), Eric Christmas (as "Quant, constable"), Bill Cole (as "Solomon Doolittle"), Julian Flett (as "Abner Slee"), John Gardiner (as "Joseph Baggot"), Bruno Gerussi (as "Georges de Moulinville"), Amelia Hall (as "Bridget Turkeyfoot"), Diana Maddox (as "Margaret"), George McCowan (as "Humphrey, courier"), Ann Morrish (as "Eva Gillick"), Douglas Rain (as "Dermot Huish, Adam's clerk"), Powys Thomas (as "Achille de Moulinville"), Jeremy Wilkin (as "Sergeant"). Produced by The Phoenix Theatre (T. Edward Hambleton: Co-Founder and Managing Director. Norris Houghton: Co-Founder).
  • (1995) Jeffrey Haarwood, Seinfeld
  • (1973 to 1974 season) He directed June Havoc's play, "I, Said the Fly," at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater, 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, Minnesota with Art Kassul (as the ass) and Barbara Byrne in the cast. John Doepp was set designer. Geraldine Cain was costume designer. John Doepp and Gilbert V. Hemsley Jr. were lighting designers. Dick Whitbeck was composer.
  • (1975 to 1976 season) Jim Baker, Fran Bennett, Richard Burton Brown, Barbara Bryne, Jeff Chandler, Oliver Cliff, Patricia Connolly, Maury Cooper, Richard Council, Frank Dent, King Donovan, Peter Michael Goetz, Barbara Granning, Michael Hendricks, Nicholas Kepros, Mark Lamos, Karen Landry, Marcy Mattox, Virginia Payne, Ken Ruta, William Schoppert and he were members of the ensemble acting company at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • (1975 to 1976 season) He acted in Harold Pinter's play, "The Caretaker," at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater, 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, Minnesota with Mark Lamos in the cast. Stephen Kanee was director. Jack Barkla was set designer. Lewis Brown was costume designer. Duane Schuler was lighting designer.

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