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  • Played Admiral Motti in the National Public Radio adaptation of Star Wars.
  • (December 8, 1971 to January 9, 1972) He played Demetrius (Staff) in William Shakespeare's play, "A Midsummer's Night Dream," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Danny Sewell (Theseus/Owner); Judith Long (Hippolyta/Owner); Aaron Horowitz (Egeus/Staff); John Glover (Lysander/Staff); Greg Lytle (Philostrate/Staff); Donna Curtis (Hermia/Staff); Lynn Milgrim (Helena/Staff); Max Wright (Peter Quince/Roustabout); Mike McCarty (Snug/Roustabout); Clarence Felder (Nick Bottom/Roustabout); Patrick Tovatt (Francis Flute/Roustabout) Stanley Anderson (Tom Snout/Roustabout); Sandy McCallum (Robin Starveling/Roustabout); Ken Jenkins (Oberon/Performer); Adale O'Brien (Titania/Performer) and Christopher Murney (Puck/Performer) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.
  • (January 12 to February 6, 1972) He played Herald in Peter Weiss' play, "Marat Sade: The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat As Performed By the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis De Sade," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Clarence Felder (Marquis De Sade); Stanley Anderson (Jean-Paul Marat); Sandy McCallum (M. Coulmier); Sylvia Traeger (Mme. Coulmier); Susan Flashman (Mlle. Coulmier); Judith Long (Simonne Evrard); Peggy Cowles (Charlotte Corday); Michael Hankins (Duperret); Patrick Tovatt (Jacques Roux) and Charles Kerr (Organist) in the cast The Singers were played by Lee Anne Fahey, Adale O'Brien, Michael McCarty and Christopher Murney; Nuns were played by Julie Shaw Cole, Rhonda Hopkins, Debby Watassek, Alice Weber; Guards were played by Vaughn McBride, Joseph Ricard, Charles Traeger. Patients were played by Nancy Bell, Genie Care, Kaye Edsell, Mary Gantenbein, Janet Johnson, Janet Kerr, Julia Martin, Eileen Pollack, Falvia Smith, Nancy Lee Owen, Jeff Atik, Marty Crawley, Gary Fox, Terry Hamilton, Morrison P. Hicks, Greg Lytle, Hy Mittenthal, Robert Trebing, John Van Allen, Connie Seeley in the cast. Jon Jory was director.

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