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Other Works

  • Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1957) "The Egghead," drama, written by Molly Day Thatcher. Scenic Design by Richard Sylbert [first Broadway credit]. Directed by Hume Cronyn. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 9 Oct 1957- 26 Oct 1957 (21 performances). Cast: Karl Malden (as "Hank Parson"), Eduard Franz (as "Gottfried Roth"), Phyllis Love (as "Sally Parson"), Biff McGuire (as "Martin Donahue"), Ruth Attaway (as "Essie"), Kevin Drohan (as "Jackie Parson"), Graham Jarvis (as "Finney"), Nicholas Pryor (as "Roger Parson"), Lloyd Richards (as "Perry Hall"), Richard Robbins (as "Harvey Robbins"), Helen Shields (as "Madeline Robbins"), Marion Sweet (as "Annie Grierson"). Produced by Hope Abelson.
  • (1975) "The Rocky Horror Show," musical comedy.
  • (1967) "Halfway Up the Tree," comedy.
  • (October 4, 1966 - December 31, 1966) "The Investigation," drama, written by Peter Weiss, translated by Jon Swan and Ulu Grosbard. Directed by Ulu Grosbard. Ambassador Theatre (103 performances, 8 previews). Cast: Russell Baker (as "The Accused"), Leslie Barrett (as "Witness for the Accused"), Peter Brandon (as "The Accused"), Richard S. Castellano (as "The Accused") [Broadway debut], Gordon B. Clarke (as "The Accused), Ward Costello (as "Witness for the Prosecution"), Franklin Cover (as "Prosecuting Attorney"), Ivor Francis (as "The Accused"), Tom Gorman (as "The Accused"), Alice Hirson (as "Witness for the Prosecution"), Ferdi B. Hoffman (as "The Accused"), Will Hussung (as "Judge"), Graham Jarvis (as "Witness for the Prosecution"), Paul Larson (as "The Accused"), John Marley (as "Witness for the Prosecution"), Vivian Nathan (as "Witness for the Prosecution"), Henry Oliver (as "Witness for the Accused"), Tom Pedi (as "The Accused"), Wendell K. Phillips (as "The Accused"), Dan Priest (as "The Accused"), Wallace Rooney (as "The Accused"), John Servetnik (as "The Accused"), Leon B. Stevens (as "Defense Attorney"). Produced by Alan King, Walter A. Hyman, Ltd., Eugene V. Wolsk and Emanuel Azenberg.
  • (1965) "Tartuffe," comedic farce.
  • (December 3, 1964 - May 7, 1965) "Incident at Vichy," original drama, written by Arthur Miller; directed by Harold Clurman; Stanley Beck (portraying Bayard); C. Thomas Blackwell (portraying Police Guard); James Dukas (portraying Second Detective); Pierre Epstein (portraying Prisoner); James Greene (portraying Police Captain); Hal Holbrook (portraying Major); Graham Jarvis (portraying Ferrand); Clint Kimbrough (as Clinton Kimbrough) (portraying Hoffman); Will Lee (portraying Old Jew); Ira Lewis (portraying Boy); Tony Lo Bianco (portraying Prisoner); Paul Mann (portraying Marchand); Stephen Peters (portraying Prisoner); Alek Primrose (portraying First Detective); Harold Scott (portraying Gypsy); David J. Stewart (portraying Monceau); Michael Strong (portraying LeBeau); John Vari (portraying Prisoner); Jack Waltzer (portraying Waiter); David Wayne (portraying Von Berg); and Joseph Wiseman (portraying LeDuc); on Broadway at the ANTA Washington Square Theatre, Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (99 total performances, unknown previews).
  • (January 10, 1962 - March 10, 1962) "Romulus," written by Friedrich Dürrenmatt, book adapted by Gore Vidal, directed by Joseph Anthony. On Broadway at the Music Box Theatre (69 performances). Cast: Cyril Ritchard (as "Romulus"), Howard Da Silva (as "Ottaker"), Cathleen Nesbitt (as "Julia"), Russell Collins (as "Achilles"), Francis Compton (as "Pyramus"), Drew Elliot, George S. Irving, Graham Jarvis (as "Apollonius"), William LeMassena, Allan Miller, Earl Montgomery, Michael O'Reilly, James Olson (as "Titus"), Suzanne Osborne, Jim Oyster, Edwin Sherin, Fred Stewart (as "Otto Rupf"), Dolph Sweet (as "Chef/Second Gothic Soldier"), Ted Van Griethuysen, Harvey Vincent. Produced by Roger L. Stevens, in association with Henry Guettel. Associate Producers: Lyn Austin and Victor Samrock. Note: Theatre owned and operated by Irving Berlin [who had no direct involvement in production] and J.J. Shubert.
  • (September 17, 1959 - November 7, 1959) "Much Ado About Nothing," comedy revival, written by William Shakespeare, dances by Pauline Grant, Incidental music by Leslie Bridgewater, production stage manager Keene Curtis. Assistant Stage Mgr: Howard Fischer. Directed by John Gielgud on Broadway at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (58 performances). Produced by The Cambridge Drama Festival (William Morris Hunt, Executive Producer). Cast: John Gielgud (as "Signior Benedick of Padua, companion of Don Pedro"), Margaret Leighton (as "Beatrice, an orphan, Leonato's niece"), Hurd Hatfield (as "Don John, Don Pedro's bastard brother"), Barrie Ingham (as "Count Claudio of Florence, companion of Don Pedro"), Malcolm Keen (as "Leonato, Governor of Messina"), David King-Wood (as "Friar Francis"), Michéal MacLiammóir (as "Don Pedro, Prince of Aragon"), Nancy Marchand (as "Ursula, attendant on Hero"), Jean Marsh (as "Hero"), Leonato's daughter"), George Rose Dogberry"), Betsy von Furstenberg (as "Margaret, attendant on Hero"), Jonathan Anderson (as "Balthasar, a singer"), Donald Barton (as "Captain"), Richard Buck (as "Captain"), Peter De Visé (as "An Acolyte"), Howard Fischer (as "First Watch"), Allessandro Giannini (as "Lord"), D.F. Gilliam (as "Page"), Joan Hackett (as "Lady") [Broadway debut], Martin Herschberg (as "Lord"), Joseph Hoover (as "Captain"), Juliete Hunt (as "Lady"), Graham Jarvis (as "Second Watch"), Mark Lenard (as "Conrade, Follower of Don John"), Barry Macollum (as "Sexton"), Donald Moffat (as "Verges/Messenger"), Edward Moor (as "Page"), Louis Negin (as "Page"), Arthur Teno Pollick (as "Page"), Joe Ponazecki (as "Watch"), Herbert Ranson (as "Antonio"), Leonato's brother"), Virginia Robinson (as "Lady"), Paul Sparer (as "Borachio, follower of Don John"), Theodore Tenley (as "Watch"), David Thurman (as "Lord"), Fay Tracey (as "Lady"), John Valva (as "Page"), Neil Vipond (as "Lord"), Willie Wade (as "Boy"), Ralph Williams (as "Page"), Elizabeth Winship (as "Lady"). Produced by arrangement with The Producers Theatre.
  • (March 31, 1960 - July 8, 1961) "The Best Man," political drama, written by Gore Vidal. Scenic Design and Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Theoni V. Aldredge. Associate Scenic Design: John Harvey. Associate Lighting Design: John Harvey. Assistant Scenic Design: Hugh Hardy and Ming Cho Lee. Directed by Joseph Anthony. Morosco Theatre (540 performances). Cast: Melvyn Douglas (as "William Russell"), Frank Lovejoy (as "Joseph Cantwell") [final Broadway role], Lee Tracy (as "Arthur Hockstader"), Leora Dana, Kathleen Maguire, Ruth McDevitt, Joseph Sullivan, Karl Weber (as "Dick Jensen, Russell's campaign manager"), Barbara Berjer, Tony Bickley, Gordon B. Clarke, John Dorrin, Mitchell Erickson, Howard Fischer, Hugh Franklin, Martin Fried, Graham Jarvis (as "Sheldon Marcus"). Ruth Maynard, Tom McDermott, Ruth Tobin. Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Sidney Howard, Associate Producer: Lyn Austin. Filmed as The Best Man (1964).

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