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Active on Broadway in the following productions:

Damn Yankees (1955).

From A to Z (1960). Musical revue. Book by Woody Allen, Herbert Farjeon and Nina Warner Hooks. Featuring songs by Jerry Herman, Jay Thompson, Dickson Hughes, Everett Sloane, Jack Holmes, Mary Rodgers, Paul Klein, Fred Ebb, Norman Martin, William Dyer and Charles Zwar. Featuring songs with lyrics by Jerry Herman, Jay Thompson, Dickson Hughes, Everett Sloane, Jack Holmes, Marshall Barer, Fred Ebb, Norman Martin, Don Parks, Lee Goldsmith and Alan Melville. Musical Director: Milton Greene. Music orchestrated by Jay Brower and Jonathan Tunick. Vocal arrangements by Milton Greene. Dance arrangements by Jack Holmes. "On the Beach" devised by Mark Epstein and Christopher Hewett. Directed by Christopher Hewett. Plymouth Theatre: 20 Apr 1960- 7 May 1960 (21 performances). Cast: Hermione Gingold, Alvin Epstein, Louise Hoff, Elliott Reid, Kelly Brown, Michael Fresco, Stuart Damon, Bob Dishy, Isabelle Farrell, Larry Hovis, Nora Kovach, Doug Spingler, Paula Stewart, Beryl Towbin, Virginia Vestoff. Produced by Carroll Masterson and Harris Masterson.

Flora, the Red Menace (1965). Musical. Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Book by George Abbott and Robert Russell. Based on the novel "Love Is Just Around the Corner" by Lester Atwell. Musical Director: Harold Hastings. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Dance arrangements by David Baker. Musical Staging by Lee Theodore. Directed by George Abbott. Alvin Theatre: 11 May 1965- 24 Jul 1965 (87 performances + 7 previews that began on 4 May 1965). Cast: Liza Minnelli (as "Flora"), Harry Bell (as "Dancer"), Elaine Cancilla (as "Maggie/Dancer"), Art Carney (as "FDR's Voice"), Danny Carroll (as "Joe"), Ciya Challis (as "Dancer"), Barbara Christopher (as "Singer"), James Cresson (as "Bronco Smallwood"), Cathryn Damon (as "Comrade Charlotte"), Gordon Dilworth (as "Mr. Rearson"), Bob Dishy (as "Harry Toukarian"), Barbara Doherty (as "Dancer"), Jamie Donnelly (as "Lulu/Singer"), Judith Doren (as "Dancer"), Dortha Duckworth (as "The Lady"), Anthony Falco (as "Fifth man/Artist/Singer"), Robert Fitch (as "Seventh man/Dancer"), Les Freed (as "Sixth man/Artist/Singer"), Marcel Gamboa (as "Dancer"), Ellen Graff (as "Dancer"), Louis Guss (as "Comrade Galka"), Daniel P. Hannafin (as "Policeman/Singer"), Stephanie Hill (as "Elsa"), Charles Kalan (as "Dancer"), Robert Kaye (as "Mr. Stanley"), Henry Le Clair (as "Broker/Singer"), Joe E. Marks (as "Mr. Weiss"), Diane McAfee (as "Artist/Singer"), James McArdle (as "Dancer"), Clark Morgan (as "Pencil seller/Comrade Jackson"), Mary Ann Niles (as "Dancer"), J. Vernon Oaks (as "Apple seller/Artist/Singer"), Anne C. Russell (as "Woman/Lilly"), Marie Santell (as "Katie/Artist"), Neil J. Schwartz (as "Dancer"), John Taliaferro (as "Fourth man/Artist/Singer"), Abbie Todd (as "School principal/Singer"), Phyllis Wallach (as "Dancer"), Mary Louise Wilson (as "Comrade Ada"). Produced by Harold Prince.

The Unknown Soldier and His Wife (1967).

Something Different (1967).

The Goodbye People (1968).

A Way of Life (1969). [never opened/scheduled to open 1 Feb 1969]

The Creation of the World and Other Business (1972).

An American Millionaire (1974).

Sly Fox (1976).

Murder at the Howard Johnson's (1979).

Grown Ups (1981).

Cafe Crown (1989). (revival).

The Tenth Man (1989). (Revival). Written by Paddy Chayefsky. Directed by Ulu Grosbard. Vivian Beaumont Theatre: 10 Dec 1989- 14 Jan 1990 (41 performances + 35 previews that began on 10 Nov 1989). Cast: Sidney Armus (as "Sexton"), David Berman (as "Elder Kessler"), Phoebe Cates (as "Evelyn Foreman") [Broadway debut], Dan Daily (as "Policeman"), Bob Dishy (as "Schlissel"), Carl Don (as "Harris"), Peter Friedman (as "Arthur Brooks"), Alan Manson (as "Foreman"), Michael Mantell (as "Rabbi"), Kenny Morris (as "Younger Kessler"), Ron Rifkin (as "Alper"), Jack Weston (as "Zitorsky"), Joseph Wiseman (as "Hirschman/Cabalist"). Produced by Lincoln Center Theater (Gregory Mosher: Artistic Director. Bernard Gersten: Executive Producer).

The Price (1999). Drama (revival).

Morning's at Seven (2002). Comedy (revival).

Sly Fox (2004). Comedy (revival). Written by Larry Gelbart. Based on "Volpone" by Ben Jonson. Directed by Arthur Penn. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 1 Apr 2004- 29 Aug 2004 (173 performances + 22 previews that began on 12 Mar 2004). Cast: Richard Dreyfuss (as "Foxwell J. Sly/The Judge") [from 12 Mar 2004- 15 Aug 2004], Eric Stoltz (as "Simon Able") [from 12 Mar 2004- 15 Aug 2004], Rene Auberjonois (as "Jethro Crouch") [from 12 Mar 2004- 15 Aug 2004], Elizabeth Berkley (as "Mrs. Truckle") [from 12 Mar 2004- 15 Aug 2004], Professor Irwin Corey (as "Court Clerk"), Bob Dishy (as "Abner Truckle"), Bronson Pinchot (as "Lawyer Craven"), [from 12 Mar 2004- 15 Aug 2004], Peter Scolari (as "The Chief of Police") [from 12 Mar 2004- 1 Aug 2004], Nicholas Wyman (as "Captain Crouch"), Rachel York (as "Miss Fancy") [from 12 Mar 2004- 15 Aug 2004], Charles Antalosky (as "Sly's Servant"), Linda Halaska (as "Sly's Servant"), Jeremy Hollingworth (as "Sly's Servant"), Robert LaVelle (as "1st Policeman"), Jason Ma (as "Crouch's Servant"), Jeff Talbott (as "3rd Policeman"), Gordon Joseph Weiss (as "2nd Policeman/Bailiff"). Produced by Julian Schlossberg, Roy Furman, Ben Sprecher, Michael Gardner, James Fantaci, Cheryl Lachowicz, Christine Duncan and Nelle Nugent. Produced by arrangement with Andrew Braunsberg. Associate Producer: Aaron Levy, Jill Furman, Debra Black and Peter May.

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