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  • (January 6 to 30, 1977) He played Dullfleet, Reporter, Fish, Gunman and Grocer in Bertolt Brecht's play, "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Earle Edgerton (Barker, Bodyguard, Actor, Doctor, Gunman); William McNulty (Truck Driver, Prosecuting Attorney, Gunman, Pall Bearer, Grocer); Michael Kevin (Butcher, Bodyguard, Gunman); Joseph Costa (Mulberry, Ragg, Bodyguard, Gunman); John Napierala (Clark); Vaughn McBride (Caruther, Bowl, Grocer, Judge, Gunman, Pall Bearer); William Metzo (Sheet, O'Casey, Defense Attorney, Gunman, Pastor); John H. Fields (Dogsborough, Grocer); Daniel Hugh-Kelly (Young Dogsborough, Reporter, Gunman, Pall Bearer, Grocer); Bob Burrus (Roma, Grocer); Andrew Davis (Arturo Ui); Dawn Didawick (Dockdaisy, Jockey, Grocer, Reporter); Patrick Tovatt (Giri); Howard Lee Sherman (Goodwill, Grocer, Inna); Dennis Predovic (Gaffles, Grocer, Crocket, Gunman, Bodyguard); Marcell Rosenblatt (Mrs. Dullfeet, Shoeshine Boy, Reporter, Newspaper Boy); Barry Corbin(Givola); Nan Wray (Clerk, Grocer, Bleeding Woman, Gunmoll) in the cast. George Tabor was translator. Jon Jory was director.

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