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Other Works

  • (April 2005) : Played "Signor Naccarelli" in "The Light in the Piazza", a musical by Craig Lucas and Adam Guettel (Vivian Beaumont Theater, Lincoln Center, New York City, New York, USA).
  • (2003) He acted in Amy Freed's play, "The Beard of Avon", at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. The crew included Michael Yeargan (scenic designer) and Jane Greenwood (costume designer). Michael Bodeen and Rob Milburn composed the original incidental music.
  • (2004) He acted in Adam Guettel's musical, "The Light in the Piazza", at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Victoria Clark in the cast. The crew included Bartlett Sher (director) and Christopher Akerlind (lighting designer).
  • The Normal Heart (2011). Drama.
  • Mrs. Warren's Profession (2010). Comedy/tragedy (revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Original Music by David Van Tieghem. Assistant Director: Alexander Greenfield. Directed by Doug Hughes. American Airlines Theatre: 3 Oct 2010- 28 Nov 2010 (65 performances + 35 previews that began on 3 Sep 2010). Cast: Cherry Jones (as "Mrs. Kitty Warren"), Sally Hawkins (as "Vivie Warren"), Adam Driver (as "Frank Gardner"), Mark Harelik (as "Sir George Crofts"), Edward Hibbert (as "Mr. Praed"), Michael Siberry (as "Reverend Samuel Gardner"). Understudies: Peter Bradbury (as "Mr. Praed/Reverend Samuel Gardner/Sir George Crofts"), Cary Donaldson (as "Frank Gardner"), Stephanie Janssen (as "Vivie Warren"), Charlotte Maier (as "Mrs. Kitty Warren"). Produced by Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes: Artistic Director. Harold Wolpert: Managing Director. Julia C. Levy: Executive Director. Gene Feist: Founding Director).
  • (2005) The Light in the Piazza (2005). Musical. Book by Craig Lucas. Music by Adam Guettel. Lyrics by Adam Guettel. Based on the novel by Elizabeth Spencer. Music orchestrated by Ted Sperling and Adam Guettel. Additional Orchestrations: Bruce Coughlin. Musical Director: Ted Sperling. Musical staging by Jonathan Butterell. Assistant director: Sarna Lapine. Directed by Bartlett Sher. Vivian Beaumont Theatre: 18 Apr 2005- 2 Jul 2006 (504 performances + 36 previews that began on 17 Mar 2005). Cast: Michael Berresse (as "Giuseppe Naccarelli, Fabrizio's brother"), David Bonanno (as "Ensemble"), David Burnham (as "Ensemble"), Victoria Clark (as "Margaret Johnson"), Patti Cohenour (as "Signora Naccarelli, Fabrizio's mother"), Beau Gravitte (as "Roy Johnson, Margaret's husband"), Laura Griffith (as "Ensemble"), Mark Harelik [Broadway debut] (as "Signor Naccarelli, Fabrizio's father") [from 17 Mar 2005- 11 Sep 2005], Prudence Wright Holmes (as "Ensemble"), Jennifer Hughes (as "Ensemble"), Felicity LaFortune (as "Tour Guide/Ensemble"), Michel Moinot (as "Ensemble"), Matthew Morrison (as "Fabrizio Naccarelli") [from 17 Mar 17, 2005- 1 Sep 2005], Kelli O'Hara (as "Clara Johnson, Margaret's daughter") [from 17 Mar 2005- 4 Dec 2005], Joseph Siravo (as "Priest/Ensemble"), Sarah Uriarte Berry (as "Franca Naccarelli, Giuseppe's wife"). Swings: Glenn Seven Allen, Catherine LaValle. Understudies: Glenn Seven Allen (as "Priest"), David Bonanno (as "Giuseppe Naccarelli"), David Burnham (as "Fabrizio Naccarelli"), Patti Cohenour (as "Margaret Johnson"), Laura Griffith (as "Franca Naccarelli"), Jennifer Hughes (as "Clara Johnson") [from 17 Mar 2005- 4 Dec 2005], Felicity LaFortune (as "Signora Naccarelli"), Catherine LaValle (as" Tour Guide"), Joseph Siravo (as "Roy Johnson/Signor Naccarelli"). Replacement actors: Katie Rose Clarke (as "Clara Johnson") [from 2005 - ?], Patti Cohenour (as "Margaret Johnson") [Fri. eve. & Sat. matinées only], Jennifer Hughes (as "Clara Johnson") [from 6 Dec 2005- 15 Dec 2005], Aaron Lazar (as "Fabrizio Naccarelli") [from 2 Sep 2005- ?], Chris Sarandon (as "Signor Naccarelli") [from 13 Sep 2005- ?]. Produced by Lincoln Center Theater (André Bishop: Artistic Director. Bernard Gersten: Executive Producer). LCT Musical Theater Associate Producer: Ira Weitzman. Produced by arrangement with Turner Entertainment Co.
  • Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (2012-2013 Season) Randal Myler and his musical, "Hank Williams, Lost Highway," was performed at the Filament Theatre Ensemble in Chicago, Illinois with Peter Oyloe and Gerald Richardson in the cast.
  • (1987 - 1988) His play, "The Immigrant," was performed in a American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Sabin Epstein was director.
  • (January 3, 1989 to February 5, 1989) His play, "The Immigrant," was performed at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Carol Lockwood; Richard Thomsen (Milton Perry); Bruce Nozick (Haskell Harelik) and Devora Millman in the cast. Bill Gardner was producing director. Howard J. Millman was director.
  • (July 7 to August 16, 1987) Randal Myler and his play, "The Immigrant: A Hamilton County Album," was performed in The Arena Stage Theatre production at the Kreeger Theater in Washington D.C. Randal Myler was also director.
  • (October 10 to December 30, 1990) He acted in Wendy Wasserstein's play, "The Heidi Chronicles," at the Center Theatre Group/Ahmanson at the James A. Doolittle (University of California) Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Amy Irving and Robert Curtis-Brown in the cast. Daniel Sullivan was director.
  • (July 31 to August 18, 1984) He acted in Orson Welles' play, "Moby Dick-Rehearsed," at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Edward Payson Call was director. Martin Aronstein and Jon Gottleib were lighting designers.
  • (August 15 to October 12, 1986) His play, "The Immigrant" A Hamilton County Album," was performed in a West Coast premiere at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California Randal Myler was director. Martin Aronstein was lighting designer.
  • (June 26 to August 21, 1988) He acted in the musical, "Lost Highway-the Music and Legend of Hank Williams," in a West Coast premiere at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Randal Myler and he wrote the book. Randal Myler was also director. Dan Wheetman was musical coordinator. Nicole Morin was costume designer.
  • (January 4 to 27, 1990) His play, "The Immigrant," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Dennis Bailey (Haskell Harelik, Milton Harelik); Helen Harrelson (Ima Perry); Bob Burrus (Milton Perry);- Bob Burrus and Patricia Ben Peterson (Leah Harelik) in the cast. Ray Fry was director.
  • (August 17 to September 11, 2004) He and Randal Myler wrote the book for the musical, "Hank Williams: Lost Highway," in a Brown-Forman Series production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Van Zeller (Hank Williams); Gregory Porter (Tee-Tot); Patricia Dalen (The Waitress); Adale O'Brien (Mama Lilly); Stephen G. Anthony (Hoss); Myk Watford (Jimmy "Burrhead"); Drew Perkins (Leon "Loudmouth"); Bob Burrus (Fred "Pap" Rose); Tertia Lynch (Audrey Williams) and Mike Stidolph (Shag) in the cast. Randal Myer was also director. Dan Wheetman was music director.

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