Ken Howard Poster

Other Works

  • Book-on-tape narration to "Up Country" by Nelson DeMille
  • (stage) The Norman Conquests (trilogy) - played "Tom" in original Broadway production, Morosco Theatre, December 1975.
  • (March 16, 1969 - February 13, 1972) Broadway stage: "1776" (1969). Directed by Peter Hunt. 46th Street Theatre (moved to The St. James Theatre from 28 December 1970-24 April 1971, then to The Majestic Theatre from 27 April 1971- through closing). 1217 performances. Cast included: Ken Howard as "Thomas Jefferson".
  • (December 1, 1968 - January 1, 1972) Broadway stage: "Promises, Promises". Directed by Robert Moore. Shubert Theatre: 1281 performances. Cast included Ken Howard as "Bartender Eddie/Karl Kubelik".
  • (February 17, 1970 - December 12, 1970) Broadway stage: "Child's Play". Directed by Joseph Hardy. Royale Theatre: 342 performances. Cast included Ken Howard as "Paul Reese".
  • In March 1973, he starred as Jerry Ryan in the original Broadway cast of Seesaw. The musical ran for 296 performances.
  • In May 1975, he co-starred as Jack Hassler in the original Broadway cast of Little Black Sheep.
  • In May 1976, he starred as The President in the original Broadway cast of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
  • In November 1988, he co-starred as Glenn Cooper in the original Broadway cast of Rumors. The comedy ran for 535 performances.
  • (November 17, 1988 - February 24, 1990) Broadway stage: "Rumors". Directed by Gene Saks. Broadhurst Theatre (moved to The Ethel Barrymore Theatre from 13 December 1989-to closing): 535 performances. Cast included Ken Howard as "Glenn Cooper".
  • (April 1972 - May 1972) Philadelphia, PA stage: Cast member in "Volpone," in a Philadelphia Drama Guild production at the Walnut Street Theatre. Directed by Daniel M. Petrie.
  • (Fall, 1965) Stage play, "Macbeth." The title role in the Amherst College production.
  • (Spring, 1966) Stage play, "The Fantasticks." Played El Gallo in a student production at Amherst College directed by Allan Albert, co-starring Larry Dilg.
  • (October 10 to November 29, 1975) He acted in Alan Ayckbourn's play, "The Norman Conquests," in the American premiere at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Richard Benjamin, Paula Prentiss, Estelle Parsons, Barry Nelson and Carole Shelley in the cast. Eric Thompson was director.

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