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(1943- 1964). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1943). Stage Play: Slightly Married. Farce. Written by Aleen Leslie. Scenic Design by Phil Raiguel. Cort Theatre: 25 Oct 1943- 30 Oct 1943 (8 performances). Cast: Leon Ames (as "Brian Quin"), Mona Barrie (as "Josie Dowling"), Scotty Beckett (as "Stanley Quin")[only Broadway role], Kate Harrington (as "Hortense"), Robert Horton (as "Ambulance Driver") [Broadway debut], Kathryn Keya (as "Lisa Ward"), Leona Maricle (as "Audrey Quin"), Isabel O'Madigan (as "Grandma Jamison"), Patty Pope (as "Margaret Quin"), Tom Seidel (as "Terry Jamison"), Teddi Sherman (as "Bella"), Jimmie Smith (as "Keith Morehouse"). Produced by Melville Burke.

(1963). Stage Play: 110 in the Shade. Musical. Book by N. Richard Nash. Music by Harvey Schmidt. Lyrics by Tom Jones. Based on the play "The Rainmaker" by N. Richard Nash. Musical Director: Don Pippin. Music orchestrated by Hershy Kay. Dance arrangements by William Goldenberg. Vocal arrangements by Robert DeCormier. Assistant Musical Dir.: Frederick Vogelgesang. Assistant to Mr. Kay: Bill Stegmeyer. Choreographed by Agnes de Mille. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Directed by Joseph Anthony. Broadhurst Theatre: 24 Oct 1963- 8 Aug 1964 (330 performances + 2 previews that began on 23 Oct 1963). Cast: Stephen Douglass (as "File"), Robert Horton (as "Bill Starbuck"), Inga Swenson (as "Lizzie Curry"), George Church (as "Toby"), Will Geer (as "H.C. Curry"), Steve Roland (as "Noah Curry"), Scooter Teague (as "Jimmy Curry"), Lesley Ann Warren [credited as Lesley Warren] (as "Snookie") [Broadway debut], Don Atkinson (as "Townsperson"), Barbara Bossert (as "Townsperson"), Lynne Broadbent (as "Townsperson"), Don Crabtree (as "Geshy Toops"), Gretchen Cryer (as "Townsperson"), Dori Davis (as "Townsperson"), Diane Deering (as "Mrs. Jensen/Townsperson"), Frank Derbas (as "Townsperson"), Jerry Dodge (as "Gil Demby/Townsperson"), Renee Dudley (as "Belinda"), Clifford Fearl (as "Townsperson"), Leslie Franzos (as "Olive Barrow/Townsperson"), Ben Gillespie (as "Townsperson"), Loren Hightower (as "Wally Skacks, III/Townsperson"), Carolyn Kemp (as "Townsperson"), Lucia Lambert (as "Townsperson"), Urylee Leonardos (as "Townsperson"), Paula Lloyd (as "Townsperson"), David London (as "Townsperson"), Vernon Lusby (as "Bo Dollivan/Townsperson"), Carl Nicholas (as "Wally Skacks/Townsperson"), Stan Page (as "Townsperson"), Seth Riggs (as "Phil Mackey"), Donna Sanders (as "Townsperson"), Robert Shepard (as "Mr. Curtis"), Evelyn Taylor (as "Maurine Toops/Townsperson"), Esther Villavicencio (as "Townsperson"), Christopher Votos (as "Tommy"), Arthur Whitfield (as "Townsperson"), Florence Willson (as "Townsperson"). Standbys: Joan Fagan (as "Lizzie Curry") and Seth Riggs (as "Bill Starbuck"). Understudies: Don Crabtree (as "Noah Curry"), Jerry Dodge (as "Jimmy Curry"), Vernon Lusby (as "Toby"), Carl Nicholas (as "Toby"), Stan Page (as "File"), Robert Shepard (as "H.C. Curry") and Florence Willson (as "Snookie"). Replacement actors: Bob Bishop (as "Wally Skacks, III"), Dori Davis (as "Hannah"), Joan Fagan (as "Lizzie Curry") [from 23 Apr 1964- ?], Robert Spelvin (as "Mr. Curtis"), Arthur Whitfield (as "Gil Demby"). Produced by David Merrick. Produced with the cooperation of Rainbow Ventures Inc. Note: Previously filmed by Hal Wallis Productions [distributed by Paramount Pictures] as The Rainmaker (1956), an adaption of this was produced for Dutch TV in 1966 and an impressive US TV adaption in 1982 directed by John Frankenheimer, starring Tommy Lee Jones and James Cromwell.

(1965) Unsold pilot: Starred in a pilot for a CBS dramatic series called "Mark Dolphin". NOTE: The Saturday Evening Post said this pilot was so bad it became "synonymous with 'total disaster' in show-business idiom."

(1972) He acted in Sherman Edwards and Peter Stone's musical, "1776," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Jay Gardner in the cast. Larry Forde was director.


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