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"Any Wednesday" [Original, Play, Comedy] Performer: George Gaynes [John Cleves] - Replacement (May 17, 1965 - ? ) Feb 18, 1964 - Jun 26, 1966.

"Gigi" [Original, Musical, Comedy] Performer: George Gaynes [Maitre Du Fresne] - Replacement; Understudy: George Gaynes [Honore Lachailles] - Replacement Nov 13, 1973 - Feb 19, 1974.

"Of Love Remembered" [Original, Play] Performer: George Gaynes Feb 18, 1967 - Feb 25, 1967.

Out of This World (1950). Musical comedy. Music by Cole Porter. Lyrics by Cole Porter. Book by Dwight Taylor and Reginald Lawrence. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Dance music arranged by Genevieve Pitot. Incidental music arranged by Trude Rittman. Musical Director: Pem Davenport. Assistant to Mr. Davenport: Irving Schlein. Additional direction by George Abbott. Choreographed by Hanya Holm. Assistant to Miss de Mille: Dania Krupska. Directed by Agnes de Mille. New Century Theatre: 21 Dec 1950- 5 May 1951 (157 performances). Cast: Charlotte Greenwood (as "Juno"), David Burns (as "Niki Skolianos"), William Eythe (as "Art O'Malley"), Priscilla Gillette (as "Helen"), William Redfield (as "Mercury"), Barbara Ashley (as "Chloe"), Doria Avila (as "Dancer"), Ken Ayers (as "Singer"), Robert Baird (as "Singer"), Virginia Bosler (as "Dancer"), Janet Collins (as "Night"), Richard Curry (as "Singer"), Joan Engel (as "Dancer"), Nola Fairbanks (as "Singer"), Eleanor Fairchild (as "Dancer"), Enid Hall (as "Singer"), Ray Harrison (as "Strephon"), Joe Hill (as "Singer"), Orrin Hill (as "Singer"), George Jongeyans (as "Jupiter"), Leo Kayeworth (as "Singer"), B.J. Keating (as "Singer"), Michael Kingsley (as "Singer"), Jan Kovac (as "Dancer"), Eric Kristen (as "Dancer"), Joan Kruger (as "Dancer"), Paul Lyday (as "Dancer"), Frank Milton (as "Waiter"), Lois Monroe (as "Singer"), Barton Mumaw (as "Dancer"), David Nillo (as "Dancer"), Shirley Ann Prior (as "Singer"), Peggy Rea (as "Vulcania"), Jacqueline Sager (as "Dancer"), John Schickling (as "Singer"), John Schmidt (as "Singer"), Stanley Simmons (as "Dancer"), Gisella Svetlik (as "Dancer"), Glen Tetley (as "Dancer"), Barbara Weaver (as "Singer"). Understudies: Joe Hill (as "Jupiter"), B.J. Keating (as "Vulcania"), John Mayo (as "Art O'Malley/Waiter"), Frank Milton (as "Mercury/Niki Skolianos"), David Nillo (as "Strephon"), Peggy Rea (as "Juno"), Gisella Svetlik (as "Chloe"), Barbara Weaver (as "Helen"). Produced by Arnold Saint Subber and Lemuel Ayers.

"The Consul" [Original, Musical, Drama, Opera] Performer: George Jongeyans [Mr. Kofner] Mar 15, 1950 - Nov 4, 1950.

(1963). Stage Play: The Lady of the Camellias. Dramatized by Giles Cooper. Adaptation by Terrence McNally [earliest Broadway credit]. From "The Lady of the Camellias" by Alexandre Dumas père. Incidental music by Ned Rorem. Devised by Franco Zeffirelli. Directed by Franco Zeffirelli. Winter Garden Theatre: 20 Mar 1963- 30 Mar 1963 (13 performances + 2 previews that began on 18 Mar 1963). Cast: Frank Silvera (as "M. Duval"), Susan Strasberg (as "Marguerite Gauthier") [final Broadway role], John Stride (as "Armand Duval"), Lou Antonio (as "Gaston"), Jeanne Barr (as "Eve"), Leila Barry (as "Louise"), Ludi Claire (as "Mme. LeMaitre"), Frederick Combs (as "Marcel"), Francis Compton (as "Calon"), Mitchell Erickson (as "Buyer"), Peggy Feury (as "Jeanne"), Frances Fuller (as "Nanine"), Charles Gaines (as "Buyer"), George Gaynes (as "St. Hilaire"), John Hillerman (as "Count Rene De Nogent") [final Broadway role], Mary Mercier (as "Mathilde"), Martin Meyers (as "Buyer"), Jan Miner (as "Prudence"), Earl Montgomery (as "Ribaud"), Rex O'Malley (as "Auguste"), Virginia Robinson (as "Countess"), John P. Ryan (as "Buyer"). Understudies: Leila Barry (as "Marguerite Gauthier"), Frederick Combs (as "Armand Duval/Gaston"), Mitchell Erickson (as "Count Rene De Nogent/Marcel/Ribaud/St. Hilaire"), Charles Gaines (as "Auguste/Calon/M. Duval"), Mary Mercier (as "Prudence"), Constance Simons (as "Countess/Eve/Jeanne/Louise/Mathilde/Mme. LeMaitre/Nanine"). Produced by Carroll Masterson, Harris Masterson and Norman Twain.

"Wonderful Town" [Original, Musical, Comedy] Also Starring: George Gaynes [Robert Baker] Feb 25, 1953 - Jul 3, 1954.

1964 - Starred as Henry Higgins in the 1964 U.S. national tour of "My Fair Lady."

(1966) He acted in Muriel Resnik's play, "Any Wednesday," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Monica Moran in the cast. Porter Van Zandt was director.


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