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Stage: Appeard in "1776" on Broadway. Also in cast: Brent Spiner.

(1965) Unsold pilot: Co-starred in a sitcom pilot called "Who Goes There," where he played a ghost who adopts the guise of Gen. George Armstrong Custer because he sees his portrait in the room where he first materializes.

(1955). Stage Play: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Drama. Written by Tennessee Williams. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard. Assistant Designer to Jo Mielziner: John Harvey. Assistant to Lucinda Ballard: Florence Klotz. Production Stage Manager: Robert Downing. Directed by Elia Kazan. Morosco Theatre: 24 Nov 1955- 17 Nov 1956 (695 performances). Cast: Barbara Bel Geddes (as "Maggie"), Burl Ives (as "Big Daddy"), Mildred Dunnock (as "Big Mama"), Ben Gazzara (as "Brick"), R.G. Armstrong (as "Dr. Baugh"), Janice Dunn, Seth Edwards (as "Sonny"), Maxwell Glanville (as "Lacey"), Pauline Hahn (as "Dixie"), Pat Hingle (as "Gooper/Brother Man"), Brownie McGhee, Darryl Richard (as "Buster"), Madeleine Sherwood (as "Mae, Sister Woman"), Eva Vaughn Smith (as "Daisy"), Fred Stewart (as "Rev. Tooker"), Sonny Terry (as "Small"), Musa Williams (as "Sookey") [final Broadway role]. Replacement actors: Jimmy Bayer (as "Buster"), Nancy Clark (as "Trixie"), Claiborne Foster (as "Big Mama"), Thomas Gomez (as "Big Daddy"), Jack Lord (as "Brick"), Michele Mordana (as "Trixie/Dixie"), Patricia Neal (as "Maggie") [12 Mar 1956- 31 Mar 1956], Alex Nicol (as "Brick"), Nicholas Paul (as "Sonny"), Marjorie Steele (as "Maggie") [from 25 Jun 1956- ?], Rip Torn [credited as Elmore Rual Torn, Jr.] (as "Brick") [Broadway debut]. Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, Robert Anderson, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Roger L. Stevens, John F. Wharton). Note: Filmed by MGM as Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958) starring Paul Newman and Elizabeth Taylor.

(1970) Stage: Appeared (as "Joseph Dobbs") in "Child's Play" on Brodway. Drama. Written by Robert Marasco. Scenic / Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Sara Brook. Sound Created by Gary Harris. Directed by Joseph Hardy. Royale Theatre: 17 Feb 1970-12 Dec 1970 (342 performances + 1 preview). Cast: Fritz Weaver (as "Jerome Malley"), Ken Howard (as "Paul Reese"), Christopher Deane, Frank Fiore, Bryant Fraser, Mark Hall, John Handy, Lloyd Kramer, Peter MacLean, Ron Martin, Michael McGuire, Robbie Reed, David Rounds, Patrick Shea. Produced by David Merrick. Associate Producer: Samuel Liff.

(1958). Stage Play: J.B. Drama. Written by Archibald Macleish. Production Designed by Boris Aronson. Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard. Directed by Elia Kazan. ANTA Playhouse: 11 Dec 1958- 24 Oct 1959 (364 performances). Cast: Raymond Massey (as "Mr. Zuss"), Christopher Plummer (as "Nickels"), Nan Martin (as "Sarah"), Lane Bradbury, Bert Conway, Ivor Francis, Pat Hingle (as "J.B."), Arnold Merritt, Judith Lowry (as "Mrs. Adams"), James Olson (as "First Roustabout"), Laura Pierpont (as "Mrs. Murphy"), Ford Rainey (as "Prompter"), Jeffrey Rowland (as "Jonathan"), Fay Sappington (as "Mrs. Lesure"), Andreas Voutsinas (as "Eliphaz"), Janet Ward (as "Girl"), Helen Waters (as "Mrs. Botticelli"). Replacement actors: Nancy Cushman (as "Mrs. Botticelli"), James Daly (as "J.B."), Clifton James (as "Second Roustabout"), Pamela King (as "Jolly"), Elaine Martin (as "Mary"), James Olson (as "First Roustabout"), Ford Rainey (as "J.B."), Basil Rathbone (as "Mr. Zuss"), Ronnie Walken (as "David"). Produced by Alfred De Liagre Jr. Associate Producer: Joseph I. Levine. Note: Won 1959 Tony Award for Best Play and 1959 Pulitzer Prize for Drama (Archibald Macleish).

(1972). Stage Play: The Selling of the President. Musical. Music by Bob James. Lyrics by Jack O'Brien. Book by Stu Hample and Jack O'Brien. Based on the book by Joe McGinniss. Musical Director: Harold Hastings. Music orchestrated by Jonathan Tunick. Choreographed by Ethel Martin [final Broadway credit]. Directed by Robert H. Livingston. Shubert Theatre: 22 Mar 1972- 25 Mar 1972 (5 performances + 6 previews that began on 16 Mar 1972). Cast: Rick Atwell (as "Van Denisovich, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Barbara Barrie (as "Grace Mason"), John Bentley (as "Arthur Hayes"), Jamie Carr (as "Casey Steele, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Robert Darnell (as "Ted Bacon"), Deborah Darr (as "Inga Brand, TV Studio Singer and Dancer") [Broadway debut], Pi Douglass (as "Franklin Douglass Pierce, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), SuEllen Estey (as "Bonnie Sue Taylor, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Robert Fitzsimmons (as "Sydney Wales"), Richard Goode (as "Sen. Hiram Robinson"), Peter Grounds (as "Mr. Warren Stevenson"), Pat Hingle (as "Sen. George W. Mason"), Molly Kilgallen (as "Timmy"), Lurlu Lindsay (as "Mrs. Pearline Gibbons"), Karen Morrow (as "Irene Jantzen"), Pamela Myers (as "Linda Allington, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Tim Noble (as "Ralph Reeder, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Johnny Olson (as "Johnny Olson"), Trina Parks (as "Burgundy Moore, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Randall Phillips (as "Creepy"), Franklin Douglass Pierce (as "Ghoulie"), Sheilah Rae (as "Molly Kilgallen, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Ralph Reeder (as "Minister"), Bill Rienecke (as "Dr. Lloyd Blenheim"), Steve Shocket (as "Barney Zawicki, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Philip Michael Thomas (as "Randall Phillips, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Tasha Thomas (as "Gloria Miller, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Vilma Vaccaro (as "Fleetwing Horn, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Pam Zarit (as "Julia Milano, TV Studio Singer and Dancer"), Barney Zawicki (as "Capt. Terror"). Produced by John Flaxman. Produced in association with Harold Hastings and Franklin Roberts.

(1965). Stage Play: The Odd Couple. Comedy. Written by Neil Simon. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal. Directed by Mike Nichols. Plymouth Theatre (moved to The Eugene O'Neill Theatre from 1 Aug 1966- close): 10 Mar 1965- 2 Jul 1967 (964 performances + 2 previews that began on 8 Mar 1965). Cast: Art Carney (as "Felix Ungar"), Walter Matthau (as "Oscar Madison"), Paul Dooley (as "Speed"), John Fiedler (as "Vinnie"), Nathaniel Frey (as "Murray"), Sidney Armus (as "Roy"), Monica Evans (as "Cecily Pigeon"), Carole Shelley (as "Gwendolyn Pigeon"). Standby: Louis Zorich (as "Oscar Madison"). Understudies: Paul Dooley (as "Felix Ungar"), Carol Gustafson (as "Cecily Pigeon/Gwendolyn Pigeon"), Bernard Pollock (as "Roy/Vinnie"). Replacement actors during Plymouth Theatre run: Eddie Bracken (as "Felix Ungar") [from 25 Oct 1965- ?], Pat Hingle (as "Oscar Madison") (from 28 Feb 1966- ?], Jack Klugman (as "Oscar Madison") [from 8 Nov 1965- ?], Alfred Sandor (as "Speed"), Ralph Williams (as "Vinnie"). Standby: Alfred Sandor (as "Oscar Madison"). Replacement actor during Eugene O'Neill Theatre run: Mike Kellin (as "Oscar Madison"). Produced by Arnold Saint Subber. Notes: (1). Eugene O'Neill Theatre was at the time owned by Neil Simon (as Nancy Enterprises Inc. (2). Filmed as _The Odd Couple (1968)_ (qv

(1972). Stage Play: That Championship Season. Written by Jason Miller. Scenic Design by Santo Loquasto. Directed by A.J. Antoon [earliest Broadway credit]. Booth Theatre: 14 Sep 1972- 21 Apr 1974 (700 performances + 3 previews that began on 11 Sep 1972). Cast: Charles Durning (as "George Sikowski"), Richard Dysart (as "Coach"), Walter McGinn (as "Tom Daley"), Michael McGuire (as "James Daley"), Jason Miller (as "Basketball game announcer") [Recorded voice only], Paul Sorvino (as "Phil Romano"). Understudies: Joseph Mascolo (as "Phil Romano"), Ron McClary (as "George Sikowski"), Bernie McInerney (as "James Daley/Tom Daley"). Replacement actors during run: Pat Hingle (as "Coach"), Joseph Mascolo (as "Phil Romano"), Richard McKenzie (as "George Sikowski"). Understudy: Harry Bellaver (as "Coach"). Produced by The New York Shakespeare Festival (Joseph Papp, Producer). Associate Producer: Bernard Gersten.


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