(January 1 to February 21, 1988) He translated Luigi Pirandello's play, "Enrico IV," in the English version in The Arena Stage Theatre production at the Kreeger Theater in Washington D.C. Mel Shapiro and Zelda Fichlander were directors.
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I prefer theater; it's far more liberating for the actor than film. Writers, directors, editors and cameramen -- those are the creative people in film. Actors are out of necessity farther down on the totem pole, although they don't like to think so and many of them don't admit it. But they're relatively unimportant. They are things being manipulated by these other people. I like theater because ...
Better known perhaps for his roles on film and TV, he remained primarily a stage actor throughout his career, and translated a number of plays from French to English.