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Played Lieutenant Buzz Adams in the original Broadway production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "South Pacific", in 1949.

(1984) He acted in Paul Osborn's play, "Morning's at Seven," at the Palace Theatre in Watford, England with Margaret Tyzack OBE, Doreen Mantle, Peter Jones, Andree Melly, Faith Brook, Alan MacNaughton, directed by Vivian Matalon.

(1975) He acted in George Ryga's play, "The Ecstasy of Rita Joe," at the Hampstead Theatre in Hampstead, London, England with Donald Burton, Jon Croft, Frederick Farley, and Eileen Way in the cast. Nicholas Renton was director.

(1976) He acted in William Inge's play, "Bus Stop," at the Phoenix Theatre in London, England with Keir Dullea, Lee Remick, Alfred Marks, and Miriam Karlin OBE in the cast. Vivian Matalon was director.

(1973) He acted in Terence Rattigan's play, "In Praise of Love," at the Duchess Theatre in London, England with Donald Sinden, Joan Greenwood, and Richard Warwick in the cast. John Dexter was director.

(1977) He acted in Benny Green and Cole Porter's musical, "Oh Mr Porter," at the Mermaid Theatre in London, England with Kenneth Nelson, Tudor Davies, Su Pollard, and Una Stubbs in the cast. Wendy Toye was director.

(April 1979) He acted in John Kander and Fred Ebb's musical, "Chicago," at the Cambridge Theatre in London, England with Antonia Ellis, Jenny Logan, and Ben Cross in the cast. Peter James was director.

(1984) He acted in Paul Osborn's play, "Morning's At Seven," at the Palace Theatre in Watford, England with Margaret Tyzack, Doreen Mantle, Peter Jones, Andree Melly, Faith Brook, and Alan MacNaughtan in the cast. Vivian Matalon was director.

Promises, Promises (1968). Musical comedy. Book by Neil Simon. Based on the film "The Apartment" by Billy Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond. Music by Burt Bacharach. Lyrics by Hal David. Musical Director: Harold Wheeler. Dance arrangements by Harold Wheeler. Music orchestrated by Jonathan Tunick. Choreographed by Michael Bennett. Assistant Choreographer: Bob Avian. Directed by Robert Moore. Shubert Theatre: 1 Dec 1968- 1 Jan 1972 (1281 performances + 7 previews). Cast: Jill O'Hara (as "Fran Kubelik"), Jerry Orbach (as "Chuck Baxter"), A. Larry Haines (as "Dr. Dreyfuss"), Edward Winter (as "J.D. Sheldrake"), Barbara Alston (as "Intern's Date"), Adrienne Angel (as "Sylvia Gilhooley"), Rod Barry (as "New Young Executive/Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Kelly Bishop [credited as Carole Bishop] (as "Company Nurse/Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Kelly Britt (as "Orchestra Voice"), Gene Cooper (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Graciela Daniele (as "Clancy's Employee/Intern's Date"), Bob Fitch (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Margot Hanson (as "Orchestra Voice"), Betsy Haug (as "Dining Room Hostess/Clancy's Employee"), Ken Howard (as "Bartender Eddie/Karl Kubelik"), Neil Jones (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Baayork Lee (as "Lum Ding Hostess/Miss Wong"), Debra Lyman (as "Swing Dancer"), Bettye McCormick (as "Orchestra Voice"), Donna McKechnie (as "Vivien Della Hoya"), Marian Mercer (as "Marge MacDougall"), Vince O'Brien (as "Mr. Eichelberger"), Rita O'Connor (as "Dentist's Nurse/Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Gerry O'Hara (as "Company Doctor/Intern"), Dick O'Neill (as "Jesse Vanderhof"), Kay Oslin (as "Helen Sheldrake"), Scott Pearson (as "Waiter/Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Paul Reed (as "Mr. Dobitch"), Margo Sappington (as "Miss Polanski/Clancy's Employee"), Michael Shawn (as "Intern/Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Norman Shelly (as "Mr. Kirkeby"), Ilona Simon (as "Orchestra Voice"), Millie Slavin (as "Peggy Olson"), Julane Stites (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Don Stomsvik (as "Swing Dancer"), Melissa Stoneburn (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Michael Vita (as "Madison Square Garden Attendant/Bartender Eugene"). Standby: Peter Lombard (as "Chuck Baxter/J.D. Sheldrake"). Understudies: Kelly Britt (as "Marge MacDougall"), Bob Fitch (as "Mr. Kirkeby"), Rita O'Connor (as "Peggy Olson"), Dick O'Neill (as "Mr. Dobitch"), Margo Sappington (as "Fran Kubelik"), Norman Shelly (as "Dr. Dreyfuss"), Henry Sutton (as "Jesse Vanderhof/Mr. Eichelberger"), Michael Vita (as "Karl Kubelik"). Replacement actors during run: Barbara Alston (as "Miss Polanski"), Oscar Antony (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Pamela Barlow (as "Clancy's Employee"), Andy Bew (as "Company Doctor/Swing Dancer"), Pamela Blair (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Karen Burke (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron/Intern's Date"), Ronn Carroll (as "Mr. Kirkeby"), Eileen Casey (as "Clancy's Employee"), Marilyn Child (as "Marge MacDougall"), James Congdon (as "J.D. Sheldrake"), Gene Cooper (as "Waiter"), Patti Davis (as "Orchestra Voice"), Lada Edmund Jr. (as "Vivien Della Hoya"), Don Fellows (as "Jesse Vanderhof"), Miranda Fellows (as "Swing Dancer"), Bob Fitch (as "Intern"), Ronn Forella (as "Intern"), Jacki Garland (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Bill Gerber (as "Chuck Baxter"), Rei Golenor (as "Orchestra Voice"), Ilene Graff (as "Orchestra Voice"), Rodney Griffin (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Carol Hanzel (as "Clancy's Employee/Intern's Date"), Peggy Haug (as "Clancy's Employee/Dining Room Hostess") Spence Henderson (as "Company Doctor/Swing Dancer"), Carolyn Kirsch (as "Dentist's Nurse"), Dick Korthaze (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron/Mr. Kirkeby"), Baayork Lee (as "Vivien Della Hoya"), Lorna Luft (as "Fran Kubelik") [from Oct 1971- Jan 1972], Bebra Lyman (as "Clancy's Employee/Dining Room Hostess"), John Medeiros (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron/Intern"), Todd Miller (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Barbara Monte-Britton (as "Lum Ding Hostess/Miss Wong"), Joe Nelson (as "Company Doctor/Intern"), Frank Newell (as "New Young Executive"), Gerry O'Hara (as "Swing Dancer"), Jenny O'Hara (as "Fran Kubelik") Dick O'Neill (as "Mr. Dobitch"), Diane Phillips (as "Dining Room Hostess Clancy's Employee") [from 13 Dec 1971- 1 Jan 1972], Frank Pietri (as "Bartender Eugene/Madison Square Garden Attendant"), Tony Roberts [credited as Anthony Roberts] (as "Chuck Baxter [from 26 Oct 1970 - ?], Rita Rudner (as "Intern's Date"), Gene Rupert Chuck Baxter"), Dick Sabol (as "Bartender Eddie/Karl Kubelik"), Scott Salmon (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron/Intern/Waiter"), Norman Shelly (as "Dr. Dreyfuss"), Marylou Sirinek (as "Orchestra Voice"), Julane Stites (as "Miss Polanski"), Henry Sutton (as "Mr. Eichelberger/Mr. Kirkeby"), Eileen Taylor (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Lynne Taylor (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron/Company Nurse/Helen Sheldrake"), Sandra Thornton (as "Orchestra Voice"), Terry Violino (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron/New Young Executive"), Sandra West (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron/Dentist's Nurse/Miss Polanski"), Mary Louise Wilson (as "Marge MacDougall") [from 20 Jul 20, 1970- ?], Pam Zarit (as "Marge MacDougall"). Standbys: Bonnie Brody (as "Fran Kubelik"), Sandra Thornton (as "Fran Kubelik"). Understudies: Ronn Carroll (as "Mr. Eichelberger"), Patti Davis (as "Fran Kubelik"), Bob Fitch (as "Mr. Eichelberger"), Rei Golenor (as "Marge MacDougall"), Ilene Graff (as "Fran Kubelik"), Carol Hanzel (as "Peggy Olson/Sylvia Gilhooley"), Dick Korthaze (as "Mr. Kirkeby"), Barbara Monte-Britton (as "Vivien Della Hoya"), Gerry O'Hara (as "Mr. Kirkeby"), Kay Oslin (as "Marge MacDougall/Peggy Olson"), Frank Pietri (as "Karl Kubelik"), Julane Stites (as "Vivien Della Hoya"), Lynne Taylor (as "Peggy Olson/Sylvia Gilhooley"). Produced by David Merrick. Associate Producer: Samuel Liff.

(1984) He acted in Paul Osborn's play, "Morning's At Seven," at the Westminster Theatre in London, England with Teresa Wright, Margaret Tyzack, Doreen Mantle, Peter Jones, John Church, Andree Melly, Faith Brook, and Alan MacNaughtan in the cast. Vivian Matalon was director.

(1987) He acted in Philip Barry's play, "Holiday," at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Malcolm McDowell, Mary Steenburgen, Cherie Lunghi, Frank Grimes, and Geoffrey Burridge in the cast. Lindsay Anderson was director.

(1965). Stage Play: Generation. Comedy. Written by William Goodhart. Incidental music by Jerry Bock. Lyrics by William Goodhart. Scenic Design by George Jenkins. Directed by Gene Saks. Morosco Theatre: 6 Oct 1965- 25 Jun 1966 (300 performances + 10 previews that began on 29 Sep 1965). Cast: Henry Fonda (as "Jim Bolton"), A. Larry Haines (as "Stan Herman"), Sandy Baron (as "Ken Powell"), Don Fellows (as "Winston Garand"), Richard Jordan (as "Walter Owen"), Holly Turner (as "Doris Owen"). Understudies: Joseph Bernard (as "Ken Powell/Stan Herman") and Lynn Morris (as "Doris Owen"). Replacement actors: Michael Arquette (as "Ken Powell") [from 25 Oct 1965- 9 Nov 1965], Paul Collins (as "Ken Powell") [from 16 May 1966- ?], Peter Lombard (as "Walter Owen") [from 16 May 1966- ?]. Produced by Frederick Brisson. Associate Producer: Victor Samrock.

(1993) He acted in George and Ira Gershwin's musical, "Crazy for You," at the Prince Edward Theatre in London, England with Kirby Ward, Ruthie Henshall, Chris Langham, Amanda Prior, Shaun Scott, and Avril Angers in the cast. Mike Ockrent was director. Susan Stroman was choreographer.

(1992) He acted in Rodney Ackland's play, "The Dark River," at the Orange Tree Theatre in London, England with Stephanie Cole, Belinda Lang, Liz Crowther, and Malcolm Sinclair in the cast.


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