- (October 2006) : Played Theramenes in "Phaedra" play by Jean Racine translated by Richard Wilbur (A Noise Within, Glendale, California, USA).
- (September 28 to October 16, 1988) He played Cheviot Hill in W.S. Gilbert's play, "Engaged," in a Brown-Forman Classics in Context Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville, Kentucky with Emily Heebner (Maggie Macfarlane); Henry Dardenne (Angus Macalister); Adale O'Brien (Mrs. Macfarlane); William McNulty (Belvawney); Lizbeth Mackay (Belinda Treherne); Ray Fry (Mr. Symperson); Jonathan Bolt (Major McGillicuddy); David Burke (Mr. McGillicuddy's man); Michael Dempsey (Mr. McGillicuddy's man); Barbara Gulan (Minnie Symperson) and Mary Evans Lott (Parker) in the cast. Gloria Muzio was director.
- (October 2 to 16, 1988) He played the fishmonger, punch man and blind man in Jonathan Bolt's adaptation of Henry Mayhew's interviews, "London Labour and The London Poor," in a Brown-Forman Classics in Context Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Ray Fry (The Seller of Street Songs, Jack Black); Henry Dardenne (The Costerlad, The Ratcatcher, The Goose); Adale O'Brien (The Nut Seller, The Old Hag, The Old Woman Sweeper); John Camera (The Vegetable Seller, Jimmy Shaw, The Chimney Sweep); Barbara Gulan (The Watercress Girl, The Girl Sweeper); Lizbeth Mackay (The Costergirl, The Prostitute); William McNulty (The Pieman, The Thief, The Crippled Man); and Jonathan Bolt (The Lecturer, The Old Sweeper) in the cast. Alex Dmitriev was director.