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(1964- 1983). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1972). Stage Play: The Selling of the President. Musical. Music by Bob James. Lyrics by Jack O'Brien. Book by Stu Hample and Jack O'Brien. Based on the book by Joe McGinniss. Musical Director: Harold Hastings. Music orchestrated by Jonathan Tunick. Choreographed by Ethel Martin [final Broadway credit]. Directed by Robert H. Livingston. Shubert Theatre: 22 Mar 1972- 25 Mar 1972 (5 performances + 6 previews that began on 16 Mar 1972). Cast: Rick Atwell (as "Van Denisovich, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Barbara Barrie (as "Grace Mason"), John Bentley (as "Arthur Hayes"), Jamie Carr (as "Casey Steele, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Robert Darnell (as "Ted Bacon"), Deborah Darr (as "Inga Brand, TV Studio Singer and Dancer") [Broadway debut], Pi Douglass (as "Franklin Douglass Pierce, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), SuEllen Estey (as "Bonnie Sue Taylor, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Robert Fitzsimmons (as "Sydney Wales"), Richard Goode (as "Sen. Hiram Robinson"), Peter Grounds (as "Mr. Warren Stevenson"), Pat Hingle (as "Sen. George W. Mason"), Molly Kilgallen (as "Timmy"), Lurlu Lindsay (as "Mrs. Pearline Gibbons"), Karen Morrow (as "Irene Jantzen"), Pamela Myers (as "Linda Allington, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Tim Noble (as "Ralph Reeder, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Johnny Olson (as "Johnny Olson"), Trina Parks (as "Burgundy Moore, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Randall Phillips (as "Creepy"), Franklin Douglass Pierce (as "Ghoulie"), Sheilah Rae (as "Molly Kilgallen, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Ralph Reeder (as "Minister"), Bill Rienecke (as "Dr. Lloyd Blenheim"), Steve Shocket (as "Barney Zawicki, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Philip Michael Thomas (as "Randall Phillips, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Tasha Thomas (as "Gloria Miller, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Vilma Vaccaro (as "Fleetwing Horn, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Pam Zarit (as "Julia Milano, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Barney Zawicki (as "Capt. Terror"). Produced by John Flaxman. Produced in association with Harold Hastings and Franklin Roberts.

(1971). Stage Play: Jesus Christ Superstar. Musical/drama. Lyrics by Tim Rice. Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Musical Director: Marc Pressel. Music orchestrated by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Scenic Design by Robin Wagner. Lighting Design by Jules Fisher. Costume Design by Randy Barcelo. Conceived for the stage by Tom O'Horgan. Directed by Tom O'Horgan. Mark Hellinger Theatre: 12 Oct 1971- 1 Jul 1973 (711 performances + 13 previews that began on 29 Sep 1971). Cast: Yvonne Elliman (as "Mary Magdalene"), Jeff Fenholt (as "Jesus of Nazareth"), Ben Vereen (as "Judas Iscariot"), Paul Ainsley (as "King Herod/Merchant/Leper"), Bob Bingham (as "Caiaphas"), Barry Dennen (as "Pontius Pilate"), Robalee Barnes (as "Apostle/Merchant/Leper/Reporter"), Eddie Barton (as "Judas' Tormentor/Soldier"), Steven Bell (as "Third Priest"), Ferne Bork (as "Reporter/Apostle Woman/Temple Lady/Leper"), Alan Braunstein (as "First Priest"), Celia Brin (as "Cured Leper/Apostle Woman/Temple Lady"), Dennis Buckley (as "Simon Zealotes/Merchant/Leper"), Kay Cole (as "Reporter/Apostle Woman/Temple Lady/Leper"), Dennis Cooley (as "Cured Leper/Apostle"), Charlotte Crossley (as "Soul Girl/Leper"), Denise Delapenha (as "Apostle Woman/Temple Lady/Leper"), Pi Douglass (as "Cured Leper/Apostle/Reporter"), Tony Gardner (as "Judas' Tormentor/Soldier"), Robin Grean (as "Cured Leper/Temple Lady"), Michael Jason (as "Peter/Merchant/Leper"), Phil Jethro (as "Annas"), Cliff Lipson (as "Cured Leper/Apostle/Merchant"), Doug Lucas (as "Apostle/Leper/Reporter"), Michael Meadows (as "Second Priest"), Laura Michaels (as "Cured Leper/Temple Lady"), Anita Morris (as "Reporter/Apostle Woman/Temple Lady/Leper"), Ted Neeley (as "Reporter/Leper"), Cecelia Norfleet (as "Soul Girl/Leper"), Janet Powell (as "Soul Girl/Leper"), Linda Rios (as "Maid by the Fire/Leper"), James Sbano (as "Cured Leper/Apostle/Merchant"), Peter Schlosser (as "Old Man/Apostle/Leper"), Bonnie Schon (as "Cured Leper/Temple Lady/Reporter"), Tom Stovall (as "Soldier/Judas' Tormentor"), Paul Sylvan (as "Soldier/Judas' Tormentor"), Margaret Warncke (as "Reporter/Leper"), Willie Windsor (as "Reporter/Apostle/Leper"), Samuel E. Wright (as "Apostle/Reporter/Leper"), Kurt Yaghjian (as "Reporter/Leper"). Swings: Marsha Faye, Nat Morris. Understudies: Robalee Barnes (as "Simon Zealotes"), Dennis Cooley (as "Jesus of Nazareth"), Denise Delapenha (as "Mary Magdalene"), Michael Jason (as "Annas"), Phil Jethro (as "Pontius Pilate), Cliff Lipson (as "First Priest/Second Priest"), Doug Lucas (as "Third Priest), Michael Meadows (as "King Herod"), Ted Neeley (as "Jesus of Nazareth"), Peter Schlosser (as "Caiaphas"), Willie Windsor (as "Peter"), Kurt Yaghjian (as "(Judas Iscariot"). Replacement actors during run: Christopher Allen (as "Apostle/Cured Leper/Reporter"), Seth Allen (as "Pontius Pilate") [from 24 Jan 1972- ?], Roy Bailey (as "Apostle/Leper/Reporter"), Edward Q. Bhartonn (as "Judas' Tormentor/Soldier"), Alan Blair (as "Judas' Tormentor/Soldier"), Penelope Bodry (as "Cured Leper/Temple Lady"), Gail Boggs (as "Singer/Soul Girl"), Robert Brandon (as "Leper/Merchant/Peter"), Dennis Cooley (as "Jesus of Nazareth"), Kathye Dezina (as "Mary Magdalene") [Broadway debut], Carol Estey (as "Leper/Reporter/Temple Lady"), Greg Evigan (as "Apostle/Cured Leper/Merchant/Tormentor (Judas' Death]"), Realinda Farrell (as "Singer/Soul Girl"), Lorraine Feather (as "Apostle Woman/Leper/Reporter/Temple Lady"), Lynn Gerb (as "Apostle Woman/Leper/Reporter"), Dan Gibson (as "Leper/Merchant/Singer"), William Daniel Grey (as "Annas"), Marta Heflin (as "Mary Magdalene") [from 17 Apr 1972- ?], Spence Henderson (as "Judas' Tormentor/Soldier"), Jeffrey Hillock (as "First Priest"), Patrick Jude (as "Judas Iscariot"), Stephen Klein (as "Caiaphas"), Michael Lamont (as "Apostle/Leper/Merchant/Reporter/Tormentor [Judas' Death]"), Roger Lawson (as "Second Priest"), Doug Lucas (as "Old Man"), Reggie Mack (as "Leper/Merchant/Simon Zealotes"), George Mansour (as "Pontius Pilate") [Broadway debut], William Parry (as "Third Priest") [Broadway debut], Shezwae Powell (as "Singer/Soul Girl"), Christina Putnam (as "Apostle Woman/Cured Leper/Reporter/Temple Lady"), Curt Ralston (as "Leper/Merchant/Singer"), Vicki Sue Robinson (as "Leper/Reporter/Singer"), James Sbano (as "Judas' Tormentor/Soldier"), Mark Shannon (as "Apostle/Cured Leper/Merchant/Reporter/Tormentor [Judas' Death]"), Dennis Simpson (as "Apostle/Leper/Merchant/Reporter"), Jack Starkey (as "Apostle/Singer"), Shirley Sypert (as "Apostle Woman/Singer/Soul Girl"), Margaret Warncke (as "Maid by the Fire"), Randy Wilson (as "Apostle/Cured Leper/Merchant"). Swings: George Mansour, Laura Michaels, Anthony White. Understudies: William Daniel Grey (as "Jesus of Nazareth"), Reggie Mack (as "Judas Iscariot"), James Sbano (as "Judas Iscariot"), Shirley Sypert (as "Mary Magdalene"). Produced by Robert Stigwood. Produced in association with MCA Inc. Produced by arrangement with David Land. Associate Producer: Gatchell & Neufeld Ltd. Note: Produced on film as Jesus Christ Superstar (1973).

(1969). Stage Play: The Fig Leaves Are Falling. Musical. Music by Albert Hague. Lyrics by Allan Sherman. Book by Allan Sherman. Musical Director: Abba Bogin. Music orchestrated by Manny Albam. Dance arrangements by Jack Lee. Scenic Design by William and Jean Eckart. Choreographed by Eddie Gasper. Directed by George Abbott. Broadhurst Theatre: 2 Jan 1969- 6 Jan 1969 (4 performances + 17 previews). Cast: Jay Barney (as "Mr. Mittleman"), Helon Blount (as "Mother-in-Law"), David Cassidy (as "Billy") [Broadway debut], Frank DeSal (as "Gelb/Queen Victoria/Dancer"), Pi Douglass (as "Dancer"), Jean Even (as "Mildred/Marlene/Dancer"), Edmund Gaynes (as "Singer"), Mary Jane Houdina (as "Dancer"), John Joy (as "Mao-Tse/Singer"), Kenneth Kimmins (as "Charley Montgomery"), Sherry Lambert (as "Singer"), Mara Landi (as "Grace/Singer"), Dorothy Loudon (as "Lillian Stone"), Marilyne Mason (as "Mimsy"), Joe McGrath (as "Hodgekins/Singer"), Jocelyn McKay (as "Cynthia/Singer"), Rosemary McNamara (as "Singer"), John Medeiros (as "Dancer"), Michael Misita (as "Dancer"), Barry Nelson (as "Harry Stone"), Jenny O'Hara (as "Pookie Chapman"), Anna Pagan (as "Mary Queen of Scots/Singer"), Renata Powers (as "Dancer"), Louise Quick (as "Cecelia"), Sally Ransone (as "Dancer"), Charlene Ryan (as "Dancer"), Darrell Sandeen (as "Rev. Walters/Singer"), Lathan Sanford (as "Tough Guy/Dancer"), Patrick Spohn (as "Marty/Dancer"), Tony Stevens (as "Dancer"), Pat Trott (as "Elizabeth Marsden/Dancer"), Alan Weeks (as "Le Roy/Singer"). Standbys: Jack Drummond (as "Charley Montgomery/Harry Stone") and Ellen Hanley (as "Lillian Stone"). Understudies: Edmund Gaynes (as "Billy"), Sherry Lambert (as "Cecelia") and Marilyne Mason (as "Pookie Chapman"). Produced by Joseph Harris, Lawrence Carr and John Bowab.


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