Appeared (as "Alan Draper, Press Attache") in "The Prescott Proposals" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Howard Lindsay
(also director) and Russel Crouse
. Broadhurst Theatre: 16 Dec 1953-3 Apr 1954 (125 performances). Cast: Katharine Cornell
(as "Mary Prescott, U.N. Delegate from the United States"), Ben Astar, Felix Aylmer
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Did You Know?
[re writer/director Richard Brooks
] Fairness, giving as much as you get, sticking to your word. Core honesty and decent behavior--Richard believed in that.
At 21, as a senior at the University of Washington, Seattle, he won the Philip Morris Playhouse on Broadway Intercollegiate Acting competition on February 24, 1952. He won $2,000 after being judged by Helen Hayes
, Christian Westphalen and Clarence Derwent
, ANTA and Equity officers.