He made his Broadway debut
in 1959 in "Only in America." Other Broadway
shows he appeared in include "Take Her, She's Mine," "Come Blow Your Horn," and "A Race of Hairy Men."
(1970). Stage Play: Norman, Is That You? Written by Ron Clark
and Sam Bobrick
. Scenic Design by William and Jean Eckart. Directed by George Abbott
. Lyceum Theatre: 19 Mar 1970- 28 Mar 1970 (12 performances + 20 previews). Cast: Dorothy Emmerson (as "Mary"), Martin Huston
(as "Norman Chambers") [final Broadway
role], Lou Jacobi
(as "Ben Chambers"), Maureen Stapleton
(as "Beatrice Chambers"), Walter Willison (as "Garson Hobart"). Understudies: Janice Mars (as "Beatrice Chambers/Mary") and Sean Simpson (as "Garson Hobart/Norman Chambers"). Produced by Harold D. Cohen. Note: Filmed by MGM as Norman... Is That You?
(1976) with the added screenplay contribution of George Schlatter
. Interestingly, the film version utilized a Black cast.
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