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(1943- 1989). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1943). Stage Play: Oklahoma! Musical. Music by Richard Rodgers. Book by Oscar Hammerstein II. Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Based on the play "Green Grow The Lilacs" by Lynn Riggs. Musical Director: Jacob Schwartzdorf. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Theatre Guild Administrative Assistant: Armina Marshall Langner. Choreography by Agnes de Mille. Scenic Design by Lemuel Ayers. Costume Design by Miles White. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. St. James Theatre: 31 Mar 1943- 29 May 1948 (2212 performances). Cast: Alfred Drake (as "Curly"), Joan Roberts, Joseph Buloff, Howard Da Silva (as "Jud Fry"), Lee Dixon, Betty Garde, Celeste Holm (as "Ado Annie Carnes"), Diana Adams, Remo Arlotta, Elsie Arnold, Bobby Barrentine, John Baum, Harvey Brown, Kenneth Buffett, George Church, Edwin Clay, Joseph Cunneff, Margit De Kova, Jack Dunphy, Nona Feid, Gary Fleming, Kate Friedlich, Hayes Gordon, June Graham, Ray Harrison, Maria Harriton, Jack Harwood, Rhoda Hoffman, Edmund Howland, George S. Irving (as "Joe/Singing Ensemble") [Broadway debut], Barry Kelley, Eric Kristen, Jane Lawrence, Bambi Linn, Suzanne Lloyd, Ellen Love, Owen Martin (as "Cord Elam"), Joan McCracken, Dorothea McFarland, Pat Meany, May Muth, Carl Nelson, Virginia Oswald, Robert Penn, Marc Platt, Ralph Riggs (as "Andrew Carnes"), Herbert Rissman, Rosemary Schaefer, Katharine Sergava, Paul Shiers, Vivienne Simon, Faye Smith, Gary Smith Jr., Vivian Smith, Arthur Ulisse, Billie Zay. There were numerous replacement actors during the show's remarkable production run; these included: Florenz Ames (as "Andrew/Carnes") [from 31 Mar 1943], Howard Keel (as "Curly") [from 31 Mar 1943], Paul Crabtree (as "Will Parker") [from 31 Mar 1943], Shelley Winters (as "Ado Annie Carnes") [from 31 Mar 1943]. Produced by The Theatre Guild (Theresa Helburn, Lawrence Langner: Administrative Directors). Note: Historically remarkable as the longest running Broadway production to that time. Produced on film as Oklahoma! (1955).

(1946). Stage Play: Call Me Mister. Musical revue.

(1949). Stage Play: Along Fifth Avenue. Musical revue.

(1949). Stage Play: Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.

(1952). Stage Play: Two's Company.

(1953). Stage Play: Can-Can. Musical Comedy. Music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Book written by Abe Burrows. Musical Director: Milton Rosenstock. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang. Dance arrangements by Genevieve Pitot. Additional Orchestrations by Robert Noeltner. Dances and Musical Numbers Staged by Michael Kidd. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Lighting design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Abe Burrows. Shubert Theatre: 7 May 1953- 25 Jun 1955 (892 performances). Cast: Lilo, Hans Conried, Peter Cookson, Gwen Verdon, C.K. Alexander, Sheila Arnold, Meredith Baylis, Ralph Beaumont, Socrates Birsky, Michael Cavallaro, Mary Ann Cohan, David Collyer, Joe Cusanelli, Michael De Marco, Shelah Hackett, Ina Hahn, Ferdinand Hilt, Clarence Hoffman, Jean Kraemer, Dania Krupska, Al Lanti, Vera Lee, Phil Leeds, Bert May, Tom Panko, Arthur Partington, Robert Penn, Eddie Phillips, Richard Purdy, Beverly Purvin, Erik Rhodes, Arthur Rubin, Michael Scrittorale, Jon Silo, Beverly Tassoni, David Thomas, Pat Turner, Ruth Vernon, Deedee Wood. Produced by Feuer & Martin.

(1953). Stage Play: Me and Juliet. Musical comedy. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Book by Oscar Hammerstein II. Vocal arrangements by Don Walker. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Musical Director: Salvatore Dell'Isola. Ballet arrangements: Roger Adams. Dances and Musical Numbers Staged by Robert Alton. Assistant to Mr. Dell'Isola: Robert Stanley. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Irene Sharaff. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Assistant Designer to Mr. Mielziner: John Harvey. Directed by George Abbott. Majestic Theatre: 28 May 1953- 3 Apr 1954 (358 performances). Cast: Lance Avant, Isabel Bigley, Francine Bond, Betty Buday, Barbara Carroll, Adele Castle, Mark Dawson, Grant Delaney, Jack Drummond, John Ford, Bob Fortier, John George, Penny Ann Green, Randy Hall, Henry Hamilton, Gwen Harmon, Lorraine Havercroft, Bill Hayes, Richard Hermany, George S. Irving (as "Dario"), Patty Ann Jackson, Jackie Kelk, Helene Keller, Warren Kemmerling, Michael King, Jack Konzal, Lucia Lambert, Larry Laurence, Joe Lautner, Harriet Leigh, Sonya Lindgren, Ralph Linn, Elizabeth Logue, Susan Lovell, Shirley MacLaine (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Therese Mari, Arthur Maxwell, Joan McCracken, Svetlana McLee, Buzz Miller, Cheryl Parker, Eddie Pfeiffer, Edwin Philips, Jack Rains, Georgia Reed, Deborah Remsen, Augustin Rodriguez, Joe Schulman, Helena Scott, Thelma Scott, Dorothy Silverherz, Barbara Lee Smith, Bob St. Clair, Thelma Tadlock, Norma Thornton, Janyce Ann Wagner, Ray Walston (as "Mac, Stage Manager"), Herbert Wasserman, William Weber, Rosemary Williams. Produced by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II.

(1956). Stage Play: Bells Are Ringing. Musical comedy. Material adaption by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Music by Jule Styne. Musical Director: Milton Rosenstock. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Vocal arrangements and direction by Herbert Greene and Buster Davis. Dance arrangements by John Morris. Incidental music by John Morris. Choreographed by Jerome Robbins and Bob Fosse. Shubert Theatre (moved to The Alvin Theatre from 15 Dec 1958 to close): 29 Nov 1956- 7 Mar 1959 (924 performances). Cast: Judy Holliday (as "Ella Peterson"), Sydney Chaplin (as "Jeff Moss"), Pam Abbott, Frank Aletter (as "Blake Barton"), Doria Avila, Joanne Birks, Dort Clark (as "Inspector Barnes"), Frank Derbas, Norma Doggett, Phyllis Dorne, Don Emmons, Peter Gennaro, Frank Green, Eddie Heim, George S. Irving (as "Larry Hastings"), Patti Karr, Kasimir Kokich, Eddie Lawrence, Marc Leon, Urylee Leonardos, Jeannine Masterson, David McDaniel, Paul Michael, Frank Milton, Barbara Newman, Tom O'Steen, Julian Patrick, John Perkins, Nancy Perkins, Ellen Ray, Michelle Reiner, Marsha Rivers, Steve Roland, Donna Sanders, Jean Stapleton (as "Sue"), Willy Sumner, Ed Thompson, Beryl Towbin, Ben Vargas, Ann Wallace, Bernard West (as "Dr. Kitchell"), Jack Weston (as "Francis"), Pat Wilkes, Billy Wilson, Gordon Woodburn. Produced by The Theatre Guild. Note: Won Tony award as Best Actress, Musical.

(1957). Stage Play: Shinbone Alley. Musical. Book by Joe Darion and Mel Brooks. Based on the "archie and mehitabel" stories by Don Marquis. Music by George Kleinsinger. Lyrics by Joe Darion. Music and Choral Direction by Maurice Levine. Music orchestrated by George Kleinsinger. Additional orchestrations by Irwin Kostal. Additional Musical Routines by John Morris. Choreographed by Joe Alexander and Rod Alexander. Production Stage Manager: Morty Halpern. Stage Manager: Julian Barry and Gilbert Cates [earliest Broadway credit]. Production Supervised by Sawyer Falk. Broadway Theatre: 13 Apr 1957- 25 May 1957 (49 performances). Cast: Eddie Bracken (as "archy"), Eartha Kitt (as "mehitabel"), Jacques d'Amboise (as "Frankie/Dancer"), Gwen Harmon (as "Jail Crony/Edie/Lady Bug/Singer"), George S. Irving (as "Big Bill"), Allegra Kent (as "Penny/Dancer"), Ross Martin (as "Broadway") [final Broadway role], Erik Rhodes (as "Tyone T. Tattersal"), Dorothy Aull (as "Ricky/Lady Bug/Singer"), Julian Barry (as "Voice of Newspaperman"), Cathryn Damon (as "Jail Crony/Rusty/Dancer"), Jack Eddleman (as "Harry/Singer"), Don Farnworth (as "Fighting Dog/Dancer"), Gene Gavin (as "Fighting Dog/Dancer"), Carolyn George (as "Dancer"), Harold E. Gordon (as "Fighting Dog/Dancer"), Reri Grist (as "Phyllis/Singer"), Carmen Gutierrez (as "Jail Crony/Gladys/Dancer"), Buzz Halliday (as "Jail Crony/Lady Bug/Singer"), Lillian Hayman (as "Mother/Singer"), Moses LaMarr (as "Butch/Singer"), Bruce MacKay (as "Bartender/Singer"), James Marley (as "Copper" Singer"), Larry Montaigne (as "Blackie"), Albert Popwell (as "Tall Cat/Dancer"), Jack Rains (as "Singer"), Nora Reho (as "Jail Crony/Dancer"), Howard Roberts (as "Buzz/Singer"), Dorothy Scott (as "Dancer"), James Tarbutton (as "Tall Cat/Dancer"), Elizabeth Taylor (as "Jail Crony/Dancer") [not film actress], Claude Thompson (as "Fighting Dog/Dancer"), Elmarie Wendel (as "Jail Crony/Singer"), Myrna White (as "Dancer"), David Winters (as "Shorty/Dancer"). Standbys: Larry Montaigne, Tom Poston (as "archy"), Chita Rivera (as "mehitabel"). Produced by Peter Lawrence.

(1960). Stage Play: The Good Soup. Written by Félicien Marceau. Material adapted by Garson Kanin. Based on the original Paris production by André Barsacq. Directed by Garson Kanin and André Barsacq. Plymouth Theatre: 2 Mar 1960- 19 Mar 1960 (21 performances). Cast: Lou Antonio, Bill Becker, Hilda Brawner, Diane Cilento, Ruth Gordon (as "Marie-Paule I"), Pat Harrington Sr. (as "The Barman" and "The Second Tough"), George S. Irving (as "The Doorman/Monsieur Alphonse/Raymond/The Tough/The Other Man"), Sam Levene(as "Odilon"), Nicola Lubitsch, Barbara Lou Mattes, Jules Munshin (as "The Croupier"), John Myhers, Mildred Natwick (as "Marie-Paule's Mother," "Angele" and "Armand's Mother"), Charles Robinson, Morgan Sterne, Ernest Truex (as "Monsieur Gaston" and "Joseph"), Sasha Von Scherler, Dorothy Whitney. Produced by David Merrick.

(1960). Stage Play: Irma La Douce. Musical comedy.

(1962). Stage Play: Romulus.

(1962). Stage Play: Bravo Giovanni.

(1962). Stage Play: Seidman and Son. Comedy.

(1963). Stage Play: Tovarich. Musical comedy. Based on a book by David Shaw. Music by Lee Pockriss. Lyrics by Anne Croswell. Based on the comedy by Jacques Deval and Robert E. Sherwood. Musical Director: Stanley Lebowsky. Vocal arrangements by Stanley Lebowsky. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang. "You'll Make an Elegant Butler (I'll Make an Elegant Maid)" by Joan Javits and Philip Springer. Dance music composed by Lee Pockriss. Additional dance music by Dorothea Freitag. Translation of "Tovarich" from the original French of Jacques Deval by Bettina Liebowitz Knapp and Alba della Fazia. Assistant Musical Dir.: Milton Setzer. Directed by Peter Glenville. Broadway Theatre (moved to The Majestic Theatre from 10 Jun 1963- 28 Sep 1963, then moved to The Winter Garden Theatre from 7 Oct 1963- close): 18 Mar 1963- 9 Nov 1963 (264 performances). Cast: Jean-Pierre Aumont, Vivien Leigh (as "Tatiana"), George S. Irving (as "Charles Davis"), Louise Kirkland (as "Grace Davis"), Alexander Scourby (as "Gorotchenko"), Louise Troy (as "Natalia Mayovskaya"), Tom Abbott, Lorenzo Blanco, Antony De Vecci, Alice Evans (as "Singer"), Marion Fels, Carol Flemming, Michele Franchi (as "Baroness Rasumov/Dancer"), Katia Geleznova, William Glassman, Margery Gray (as "Helen Davis"), Harald Horn, Del Horstmann (as "Singer"), Bettye Jenkins, Barney Johnston (as "Singer"), Pat Kelly, Michael Kermoyan, Jeff Killion, Dale Malone, Don McHenry, Charlene Mehl, Rita Metzger, Paul Michael (as "Vassily"), Byron Mitchell (as "George Davis"), Barbara Monte, Will Parkins, William Reilly, Barbara Richman, Larry Roquemore, Elliott Savage, Maggie Task, Eleanore Treiber, Joan Trona, Gene Varrone (as "Count Ivan Shamforoff"). Standby: Joan Copeland (as "Tatiana"). Understudies: Carol Flemming (as "Helen Davis"), Del Horstmann (as "Charles Davis/Gorotchenko/M. Chauffourier-Dubieff"), Barney Johnston (as "Count Ivan Shamforoff"), Pat Kelly (as "Grace Davis/Louise"), Michael Kermoyan (as "Mikail"), Jeff Killion (as "Admiral Boris Soukhomine/M. Chauffourier-Dubieff"), Larry Roquemore (as "George Davis") and Elliott Savage (as "Vassily"). Produced by Abel Farbman and Sylvia Harris.

(1964). Stage Play: A Murderer Among Us.

(1964). Stage Play: Alfie! Written by Bill Naughton. Directed by Gilchrist Calder. Morosco Theatre: 17 Dec 1964- 2 Jan 1965 (21 performances + 2 previews that began on 16 Dec 1964). Cast: Terence Stamp (as "Alfie"), Marcia Ashton (as "Lily Clamacraft"), Margaret Courtenay (as Ruby"), Jeremy Geidt (as "Humphrey"), Mary Hanefey (as "Annie"), George S. Irving (as "Mr. Smith"), Juliet Mills (as "Gilda"), Jerry Verno (as "Joe"), Carol Booth (as "Carla"), Donald Ewer (as "Harry Clamacraft"), Peter Fenton (as "Perc"), Vanya Franck (as "Woman Doctor"), James Luisi (as "Lofty"), Joanna Morris (as "Siddie"), Sasha von Scherler (as "Flo"). Standby: Hugh Alexander (as "Alfie"). Understudies: Carol Booth (as "Siddie"), Peter Fenwick (as "Humphrey/Lofty") and Joanna Morris (as "Gilda"). Produced by Frederick Brisson. Produced by arrangement with Peter Saunders Ltd. and Mermaid Theatre Trust Note: Filmed as Alfie (1966), Alfie Darling (1975), Alfie (2004).

(1967). Stage Play: Galileo.(Revival). Written by Bertolt Brecht. Vocal Director: Roland Gagnon. Music by Hanns Eisler and Stanley Silverman. Directed by John Hirsch. Vivian Beaumont Theatre: 13 Apr 19670 17 Jun 1967 (76 performances + 4 previews that began on 8 Apr 1967). Cast: Charles Abruzzo, Frank Bayer, Christopher Bernau, Ronald Bishop, Philip Bosco, Alan Cabel, Roberta Callahan, John Carpenter, Edgar Daniels, Ralph Drischell, Carl Esser, Robert Harwood, Judith Hastings, Robert Haswell, Joseph Hindy, Russell Horton, Kate Hurney, George S. Irving, Stephen Joyce, Marketa Kimbrell, Richard Levy, Aline MacMahon, Bryan Marks, Glenn Mazen, Don McGovern, Donnie Melvin, Earl Montgomery, Peter Nyberg, William Pardue, Michael Parish, Estelle Parsons, Robert Phalen, Priscilla Pointer, Judith Propper, Robert Puleo, Anthony Quayle, Arthur Roberts, Charles Siebert, Fred Stewart, Shepperd Strudwick, Robert Symonds, George Van Den Houten, Ted Van Griethuysen, George Voskovec, Warren Wade, Shirley Jac Wagner, Ronald Weyand. Understudies: Christopher Bernau, Ronald Bishop, Roberta Callahan, John Carpenter, Ralph Drischell, Robert Haswell, Earl Montgomery, Robert Phalen, Robert Symonds, Ted Van Griethuysen, Shirley Jac Wagner and Ronald Weyand. Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Herbert Blau and Jules Irving).

(1967). Stage Play: Galileo (Revival). Written by Bertolt Brecht. Vocal Director: Roland Gagnon. Music by Hanns Eisler and Stanley Silverman. Directed by John Hirsch. Vivian Beaumont Theatre: 13 Apr 1967- 17 Jun 1967 (76 performances + 4 previews that began on 8 Apr 1967). Cast: Charles Abruzzo, Frank Bayer, Christopher Bernau, Ronald Bishop, Philip Bosco, Alan Cabel, Roberta Callahan, John Carpenter, Edgar Daniels, Ralph Drischell, Carl Esser, Robert Harwood, Judith Hastings, Robert Haswell, Joseph Hindy, Russell Horton, Kate Hurney, George S. Irving, Stephen Joyce, Marketa Kimbrell, Richard Levy, Aline MacMahon, Bryan Marks, Glenn Mazen, Don McGovern, Donnie Melvin, Earl Montgomery, Peter Nyberg, William Pardue, Michael Parish, Estelle Parsons, Robert Phalen, Priscilla Pointer, Judith Propper, Robert Puleo, Anthony Quayle, Arthur Roberts, Charles Siebert, Fred Stewart, Shepperd Strudwick, Robert Symonds, George Van Den Houten, Ted Van Griethuysen, George Voskovec, Warren Wade, Shirley Jac Wagner, Ronald Weyand. Understudies: Christopher Bernau, Ronald Bishop, Roberta Callahan, John Carpenter, Ralph Drischell, Robert Haswell, Earl Montgomery, Robert Phalen, Robert Symonds, Ted Van Griethuysen, Shirley Jac Wagner and Ronald Weyand. Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Herbert Blau and Jules Irving).

(1965). Stage Play: Alfie! Written by Bill Naughton. Directed by Gilchrist Calder. Morosco Theatre: 17 Dec 1964- 2 Jan 1965 (21 performances + 2 previews that began on 16 Dec 1964). Cast: Terence Stamp (as "Alfie"), Marcia Ashton (as "Lily Clamacraft"), Margaret Courtenay (as Ruby"), Jeremy Geidt (as "Humphrey"), Mary Hanefey (as "Annie"), George S. Irving (as "Mr. Smith"), Juliet Mills (as "Gilda"), Jerry Verno (as "Joe"), Carol Booth (as "Carla"), Donald Ewer (as "Harry Clamacraft"), Peter Fenton (as "Perc"), Vanya Franck (as "Woman Doctor"), James Luisi (as "Lofty"), Joanna Morris (as "Siddie"), Sasha von Scherler (as "Flo"). Standby: Hugh Alexander (as "Alfie"). Understudies: Carol Booth (as "Siddie"), Peter Fenwick (as "Humphrey/Lofty") and Joanna Morris (as "Gilda"). Produced by Frederick Brisson. Produced by arrangement with Peter Saunders Ltd. and Mermaid Theatre Trust Note: Filmed as Alfie (1966), Alfie Darling (1975), Alfie (2004).

(1983). Stage Play: On Your Toes, Musical comedy (revival). Music by Richard Rodgers. Book by Richard Rodgers, George Abbott and Lorenz Hart. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Original choreography by George Balanchine. Choreographed by Donald Saddler. Additional ballet choreography by Peter Martins. Production Design by Zack Brown. Directed by George Abbott. Virginia Theatre: 6 Mar 1983- 20 May 1984 (505 performances + 7 previews that began on 1 Mar 1983). Cast: Natalia Makarova (as "Vera Barnova/Princess Zenobia/"Princess Zenobia" Ballet/Strip Tease Girl/Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" Ballet"), Christine Andreas (as "Frankie Frayne"), George de la Peña (as "Konstantine Morrosine/Beggar/"Princess Zenobia" Ballet"), George S. Irving (as "Sergei Alexandrovitch"), Dina Merrill (as "Peggy Porterfield"), Lara Teeter (as "Junior, 15 years later/Hoofer, "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" Ballet") [final Broadway role], Eugene J. Anthony (as "Phil Dolan II/Oscar/Ali Shar, "Princess Zenobia" Ballet"), Dean Badolato (as "A Messenger Boy/Ensemble"), Starr Danias (as "Ballet leader, "On Your Toes" ballet"), Melody A. Dye (as "Ensemble"), Alexander Filipov (as "Ballet leader, "On Your Toes" ballet/Ensemble"), David Gold (as "Stage Doorman/Ahmud Ben B'Du, "Princess Zenobia" Ballet/Ensemble"), Betty Ann Grove (as "Lil Dolan/A Woman Reporter"), Michaela K. Hughes (as "Miss Pinkerton/Ensemble"), George Kmeck (as "Louie/Kringa Khan, "Princess Zenobia" Ballet/Ensemble"), Wade Laboissonniere (as "Ensemble"), Dirk Lumbard (as "Stage Manager/Tap leader, "On Your Toes" ballet/Ensemble"), Tamara Mark ((as "Anushka/Ensemble"), Robert Meadows (as "Ensemble"), Jerry Mitchell (as "Joe McCall/Cop/Ensemble"), Dana Moore (as "Tap leader, "On Your Toes" ballet/Ensemble"), Chris Peterson (as "Ensemble/Dimitri"), Mary C. Robare (as "Lola/Ensemble"), Philip Arthur Ross (as "Young Phil Dolan III"), Peter Slutsker (as "Sidney Cohn"), Don Steffy (as "Ivan/Ensemble"), Kirby Tepper (as "Ensemble"), Michael Vita (as "Hank Jay Smith/Cop/Big Boss, "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" Ballet"), James Walski (as "Ensemble") [Broadway debut], Marcia Lynn Watkins (as "Ensemble"), Leslie Woodies (as "Ensemble"), Sandra Zigars (as "Ensemble"). Understudies: Starr Danias (as "Vera Barnova"), Alexander Filipov (as "Konstantine Morrosine"), David Gold (as "Sergei Alexandrovitch"), Michaela K. Hughes (as "Peggy Porterfield"), Dirk Lumbard (as "Junior/Phil Dolan II"), Jerry Mitchell (as "Louie"), Dana Moore (as "Lil Dolan"), Steven Ross (as "Young Phil Dolan III"), Kirby Tepper (as "Sidney Cohn") and Marcia Lynn Watkins (as "Frankie Frayne"). Replacement actors: Kitty Carlisle [credited as Kitty Carlisle Hart] (as "Peggy Porterfield") [final Broadway role], Nancy Hess (as "Ensemble"), Marguerite Hickey (as "Ensemble"), Leonid Kozlov (as "Konstantine Morrosine"), Valentina Kozlova (as "Princess Zenobia, "Princess Zenobia" Ballet/Strip Tease Girl, "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" Ballet/Vera Barnova"), Robert Meadows (as "Stage Manager"), Galina Panova (as "Princess Zenobia/"Princess Zenobia" Ballet/Strip Tease Girl, Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" Ballet/Vera Barnova"), Marcia Lynn Watkins (as "Frankie Frayne"), Leslie Woodies (as "Anushka"). Understudy: Leslie Woodies (as "Peggy Porterfield"). Produced by Alfred De Liagre Jr., Roger L. Stevens, John Mauceri, Donald R. Seawell and André Pastoria. Note: Previously filmed as On Your Toes (1939).

(1972) He acted in the play, "Clark and Myrna," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Vivian Vance in the cast.

(1970) He acted in Phoebe Ephron's play, "My Daughter, Your Son," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Vivian Vance and Dody Goodman in the cast. Gordon Hunt was director.

(1989-1990) He acted in Harold Rome's musical, "Fanny," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Jose Ferrer, Terri Bibb, John Leone and Karen Shallo in the cast. Robert Johanson was director. Sharon Halley was choreographer. Michael Anania was scenic designer. Mark Stanley was lighting designer. Gregg Barnes was costume designer.

(1990-1991 Season) He acted in Noel Gay, L. Arthur Rose and Douglas Furber's musical, "Me and My Girl," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with James Brennan, Judy Blazer and Jane Connell in the cast. Tony Parise was director and choreographer. Michael Anania was scenic designer. Phil Monat was lighting designer. Guy Geoly was costume designer.

(1990-1991 Season) He acted in Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse's musical, "The Roar of the Greasepaint, The Smell of the Crowd," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Robert Johanson, Mia Malm, Denise Nolan and Ron Richardson in the cast. Robert Johanson and Larry Grey were directors. Tom Helm was musical director. Susan Stroman was choreographer. Michael Anania was scenic designer. Mark Stanley was lighting designer. Gregg Barnes was costume designer.

(1992-1993) He acted in Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe's musical, "My Fair Lady," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Judy Blazer, Michael DeVries, Pauline Flanagan, Simon Jones, Patricia Kilgarriff, Russell Leth and Tom Toner in the cast. Larry Carpenter was director. Daniel Pelzig was choreographer. Michael Anania was scenic designer. Tim Hunter was lighting designer. Gregg Barnes was costume designer.

(1994-1995 Season) He acted in Lionel Bart's musical, "Oliver!," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Robert Creighton, Christopher Innvar, Judy McLane, David Lloyd Watson and Eileen Quinn in the cast. Robert Johanson was director. Daniel Stewart was choreographer. Jim Coleman was musical director. Michael Anania was scenic designer. F. Mitchell Dana was lighting designer. Gregg Barnes was costume designer.

(August 1972) He acted in Elliott Baker's play, "Clark and Myrna," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Vivian Vance in the cast.


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