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Active on Broadway in the following productions:

Much Ado About Nothing (1959). Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Dances by Pauline Grant. Incidental music by Leslie Bridgewater. Production Stage Manager: Keene Curtis. Assistant Stage Mgr: Howard Fischer. Directed by John Gielgud. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre: 17 Sep 1959- 7 Nov 1959 (58 performances). Produced by The Cambridge Drama Festival (William Morris Hunt, Executive Producer). Cast: John Gielgud (as "Signior Benedick of Padua, companion of Don Pedro"), Margaret Leighton (as "Beatrice, an orphan, Leonato's niece"), Hurd Hatfield (as "Don John, Don Pedro's bastard brother"), Barrie Ingham (as "Count Claudio of Florence, companion of Don Pedro"), Malcolm Keen (as "Leonato, Governor of Messina"), David King-Wood (as "Friar Francis"), Michéal MacLiammóir (as "Don Pedro, Prince of Aragon"), Nancy Marchand (as "Ursula, attendant on Hero"), Jean Marsh (as "Hero"), Leonato's daughter"), George Rose Dogberry"), Betsy von Furstenberg (as "Margaret, attendant on Hero"), Jonathan Anderson (as "Balthasar, a singer"), Donald Barton (as "Captain"), Richard Buck (as "Captain"), Peter De Visé (as "An Acolyte"), Howard Fischer (as "First Watch"), Allessandro Giannini (as "Lord"), D.F. Gilliam (as "Page"), Joan Hackett (as "Lady") [Broadway debut], Martin Herschberg (as "Lord"), Joseph Hoover (as "Captain"), Juliete Hunt (as "Lady"), Graham Jarvis (as "Second Watch"), Mark Lenard (as "Conrade, Follower of Don John"), Barry Macollum (as "Sexton"), Donald Moffat (as "Verges/Messenger"), Edward Moor (as "Page"), Louis Negin (as "Page"), Arthur Teno Pollick (as "Page"), Joe Ponazecki (as "Watch"), Herbert Ranson (as "Antonio"), Leonato's brother"), Virginia Robinson (as "Lady"), Paul Sparer (as "Borachio, follower of Don John"), Theodore Tenley (as "Watch"), David Thurman (as "Lord"), Fay Tracey (as "Lady"), John Valva (as "Page"), Neil Vipond (as "Lord"), Willie Wade (as "Boy"), Ralph Williams (as "Page"), Elizabeth Winship (as "Lady"). Produced by arrangement with The Producers Theatre.

Peterpat (1965). Written by Enid Rudd. Featuring songs by Walter Marks. Music arranged by Walter Marks. Directed by Joe Layton. Longacre Theatre: 6 Jan 1965- 23 Jan 1965 (21 performances + 9 previews that began on 29 Dec 1964). Cast: Joan Hackett (as "Pat", Dick Shawn (as "Peter"). Understudies: Ben Keller (as "Peter"), Nancy Pinkerton (as "Pat"). Produced by Norman Twain and Peter S. Katz. Associate Producer: Joseph H. Shoctor.

Park (1970). Musical. Music by Lance Mulcahy. Book by Paul Cherry. Lyrics by Paul Cherry. Music arranged by Oscar Kosarin. Musical Director: Oscar Kosarin. Musical Staging by Lee Theodore. Scenic Design by Peter Harvey. Costume Design by Peter Harvey. Lighting Design by Martin Aronstein. Directed by John Stix. John Golden Theatre: 22 Apr 1970- 25 Apr 1970 (5 performances + 5 previews). Cast: David Brooks (as "Man"), Joan Hackett (as "Young Woman"), Don Scardino (as "Young Man"), Julie Wilson (as "Woman"). Produced by Edward Padula.

Night Watch (1972). Written by Lucille Fletcher. Scenic Design by George Jenkins. Costume Design by Donald Brooks. Lighting Design by Tharon Musser.Directed by Fred Coe. Morosco Theatre: 28 Feb 1972- 10 Jun 1972 (121 performances + 19 previews that began on 11 Feb 1972). Cast: Rudy Bond (as "Sam Hoke"), Len Cariou (as "John Wheeler"), Barbara Cason (as "Dr. Tracey Lake"), Keene Curtis (as "Curtis Appleby"), Joan Hackett (as "Elaine Wheeler") [final Broadway role], Jeanne Hepple (as "Helga"), Elaine Kerr (as "Blanche Cooke"), William Kiehl (as "Lieutenant Walker"), Martin Shakar (as "Vanelli"). Standbys: Frank Hartenstein (as "Vanelli"), William Kiehl (as "Curtis Appleby/John Wheeler"), Linda Selman (as "Elaine Wheeler"). Replacement actor: Edward Winter (as "John Wheeler"). Produced by George W. George and Barnard S. Straus. Note: Filmed as Night Watch (1973).

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