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  • (1951) Stage: Appeared (as "Doctor"; Broadway debut) in "The Rose Tattoo" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Tennessee Williams. Incidental music by David Diamond. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Costume Design by Rose Bogdanoff. Lighting Design by Charles Elson. Directed by Daniel Mann. Martin Beck Theatre: 3 Feb 1951-27 Oct 1951 (306 performances). Cast: Maureen Stapleton (as "Serafina Delle Rose"), Eli Wallach (as "Alvaro Mangiacavallo"), Martin Balsam (as "Man"), Daisy Belmore (as "The Strega"), Robert Carricart (as "Father De Leo"; final Broadway role), Nancy Franklin (as "Teresa"), Jane Hoffman (as "Flora"), Eddie Hyans (as "Salesman'), Dorrit Kelton' (as "Miss Yorke"), Phyllis Love (as "Rosa Delle Rose"), Augusta Merighi (as "Peppina"), Sal Mineo (credited as Salvatore Mineo; as "Salvatore"; Broadway debut), Don Murray (as "Jack Hunter"; Broadway debut), Vivian Nathan (as "Violetta"), Judy Ratner (as "Vivi"), Rossana San Marco (as "Giuseppina"), Penny Santon (as "Mariella"), Sonia Sorel (as "Estelle Hohengarten"), David Stewart (as "Man"), Florence Sundstrom (as "Bessie"), Salvatore Taormina (as "Bruno"), Ludmila Toretzka (as "Assunta"). NOTE: Filmed as The Rose Tattoo (1955).
  • (1953) Stage: Appeared in "Gently Does It" on Broadway. Thriller.
  • (1954) Stage: Appeared (as "Chris Steelman") in "Anniversary Waltz" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Jerome Chodorov and Joseph Fields. Scenic Design by Frederick Fox. Directed by Moss Hart. Broadhurst Theatre (moved to The Booth Theatre, from 6 Dec 1954-24 Sep 1955): 7 Apr 1954-24 Sep 1955 (611 performances + 1 preview on 7 Apr 1954). Cast: Macdonald Carey (as "Bud Walters"), Kitty Carlisle (as "Alice Walters"), Phyllis Povah (as "Mrs. Gans"), Howard Smith (as "Mr. Gans"), Warren Berlinger (as "Okkie Walters"), Jean Carson (as "Janice Revere"), Mary Lee (as "Dearring Debbie Walters"), Don Grusso (as "Harry"), Donald Hylan (as "Sam"), Terry Little (as "Handyman"), Pauline Myers (as "Millie"). Replacement actors [during Broadhurst Theatre run]: James Bender (as "Handyman"), Robert Burr (as "Chris Steelman"), Andrew Duggan (as "Bud Walters"), Jacqueline Kerner (as "Debbie Walters"), Sam Locante (as "Handyman"), Marjorie Lord (as "Alice Walters"), Donald McClelland (as "Sam"), Patricia Shay (as "Janice Revere"). [During Booth Theatre run]: None noted. Produced by Joseph M. Hyman and Bernard Hart.
  • (1954) Stage: Appeared (as "Capt. Erskine Cooney") in "Fragile Fox" on Broadway. Drama. NOTE: Filmed as Attack (1956).
  • (1958) Stage: Appeared in "Third Best Sport" on Broadway. Comedy.
  • (1961) Narrated trailer for Splendor in the Grass (1961).
  • (1958) He acted in Eleanor Perry and Leo Bayer's play, "Third Best Sport," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Celeste Holm in the cast.
  • (December 29, 1950) He played the doctor in Tennessee Williams' play, "The Rose Tattoo," at the Erlanger Theater in Chicago, Illinois with Maureen Stapleton (Serafina Delle Rose); Eli Wallach (Alvarro Mangiacavallo); Phyliss Love (Rose Delle Rose); Don Murray (Jack Hunter); Ludmilla Toretzka (Assunta); Sonia Sorel (Estelle Hohengarten); Eddie Hyans (salesman); Theo Goetz (Father De Leo); Daisy Belmore (The Strega); Rossana San Marco (Giusepina); Jane Hoffman (Flora) and Florence Sundstrom (Bessie) in the cast. Boris Aronson was scenic designer. David Diamond was composer. Daniel Mann was director.

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