Wrote and produced his own plays and performed and/or directed Shakespeare and the classics on stage
Was in the stage production of Shakespeare In The Park in the 1960s
Appeared as Angelo in "Measure for Measure" in the June-July 1985 Joseph Papp Public Theatre/New York Shakespeare Festival (Shakespeare in the Park) production at the Delacorte Theatre in New York City's Central Park.
Appeared as Berowne in "Love's Labor's Lost" in the June-July 1965 Joseph Papp Public Theatre/New York Shakespeare Festival (Shakespeare in the Park) production at the Delacorte Theatre in New York City's Central Park.
Appeared as Harry Knight in Arthur E. Pittman Jr.
's play "Possibilities" at the Players Theatre, off-Broadway
, which opened and closed after one performance on December 4, 1968.
Appeared as Lorenzo in support of George C. Scott
's eponymous "The Merchant of Venice" in the 1962 Joseph Papp Public Theatre/New York Shakespeare Festival (Shakespeare in the Park) production, directed by Papp, at the Delacorte Theatre in New York City's Central Park.
Appeared as Motitz in "Three Acts of Recognition" in the 1982 Joseph Papp
Public Theatre/New York Shakespeare Festival production at the Anspacher Theatre in New York City.
Appeared as Stanek in "A Private View" in the Joseph Papp
Public Theatre/New York Shakespeare Festival production, directed by Lee Grant
, at Martinson Hall in New York City during the 1983-84 season.
Appeared as Troilus in "Troilus and Cressida" in the August 1965 Joseph Papp Public Theatre/New York Shakespeare Festival (Shakespeare in the Park) production directed by Papp at the Delacorte Theatre in New York City's Central Park
(1961- 1969). Active on Broadway
in the following productions:
(1961). Stage Play: Take Her, She's Mine. Comedy.
(1963). Stage Play: Bicycle Ride to Nevada. Written by Robert Thom
. Based on the novel, "Dangerfield", by Barnaby Conrad
. Directed by Herman Shumlin
. Cort Theatre: 24 Sep 1963 (1 performance). Cast: John Boruff
(as "Bentley"), Violet Dunn
, Richard Jordan
, Ron Leibman
(as "Rip Calabria"), John Marriott
, Paul McGrath
, Barbara Mostel, Leona Powers
, Leslie Redford, Guy Repp
(as "Chandler"), Lois Smith, Franchot Tone
(as "Winston Sawyer"). Understudy: Sally Kirkland
. Produced by Roger L. Stevens and Herman Shumlin. Produced in association with Nelson Morris and Randolph Hale.
(1965). Stage Play: Generation. Comedy. Written by William Goodhart. Incidental music by Jerry Bock
. Lyrics by William Goodhart. Scenic Design by George Jenkins. Directed by Gene Saks
. Morosco Theatre: 6 Oct 1965- 25 Jun 1966 (300 performances + 10 previews that began on 29 Sep 1965). Cast: Henry Fonda
(as "Jim Bolton"), A. Larry Haines (as "Stan Herman"), Sandy Baron
(as "Ken Powell"), Don Fellows
(as "Winston Garand"), Richard Jordan
(as "Walter Owen"), Holly Turner (as "Doris Owen"). Understudies: Joseph Bernard (as "Ken Powell/Stan Herman") and Lynn Morris (as "Doris Owen"). Replacement actors: Michael Arquette (as "Ken Powell") [from 25 Oct 1965- 9 Nov 1965], Paul Collins (as "Ken Powell") [from 16 May 1966- ?], Peter Lombard (as "Walter Owen") [from 16 May 1966- ?]. Produced by Frederick Brisson. Associate Producer: Victor Samrock.
(1969). Stage Play: A Patriot for Me. Drama. Written by John Osborne. Incidental music by Laurence Rosenthal. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Directed by Peter Glenville
. Imperial Theatre: 6 Oct 1969- 15 Nov 1969 (49 performances + 6 previews). Cast: Maximilian Schell
(as "Alfred Redl"), Salome Jens (as "Countess Sophia Delyanoff"), Dennis King (as "Baron von Epp"), Jered Barclay (as "Ludwig Max von Kupfer"), Peter Bartlett (as "Officer/Hofburg Guest/Shepherdess"), Alan Brasington (as "Ferdy/Hofburg Guest"), Warren Burton (as "Officer/Hofburg Guest/Young Man in Cafe/Lady of Fashion"), Madlyn Cates (as "Anna/Hofburg Guest"), Peter Colly (as "Salome/Hofburg Guest"), Mariclare Costello (as "Hilde"), Staats Cotsworth
(as "Lt. Col. Ludwig von Mohl"), Noel Craig (as "2d Lt. Victor Jerzabek/Officer/Hofburg Guest/Shepherdess"), Keene Curtis
(as "Col. Mischa Oblensky"), James Dukas (as "Stanitsin"), Michael Goodwin (as "Lt. Stefan Kovacs/Flunkey"), John Horn (as "Albrecht"), Carl Jessop (as "Marie Antoinette/Officer/Hofburg Guest"), Tom Lee Jones (as "Orthodox Priest/Kupfer's Second Officer/Hofburg Guest/Private/Boy") [Broadway debut
], Richard Jordan
(as "August Siczynski") [final Broadway
role], Marilyn Joseph (as "Whore/Hofburg Guest/Passerby"), John Kramer (as "Adjutant/Hofburg Guest/Private/Little Boy"), Luis Lopez-Cepero (as "Hotel Waiter/Hofburg Guest/Shepherdess"), Christopher Pennock (as "Paul/Flunkey/Little girl"), Stefan Schnabel
(as "Gen. Conrad von Hotzendorf"), Hedy Sontag (as "Whore/Hofburg Guest"), Robert Stattel (as "Maximilian von Taussig"), Eugene Stuckmann (as "Equestrienne/Hofburg Guest/Passerby/Hotel Head Waiter"), Brian Sturdivant (as "Balkan Chief/Kupfer's Second Officer/Hofburg Guest/Private"), Tom V.V. Tammi (as "Steinbauer"), Billi Vitali (as "Whore/Hofburg Guest"), Inge von Reith (as "Whore/Hofburg Guest"), Bryan Young (as "Waiter at Anna's/Hofburg Guest/Tsarina"), Ed Zimmerman (as "Judge Advocate Jaroslav Kunz"). Understudies: Peter Bartlett (as "Boy/Ferdy/Lady of Fashion/Marie Antoinette"), Warren Burton (as "2d Lt. Victor Jerzabek"), James Dukas (as "Hotel Head Waiter"), John Handy (as "Shepherdess/Tsarina"), Carl Jessop (as "Hotel Waiter/Steinbauer"), Tommy Lee Jones
[credited as Tom Lee Jones] (as "Lt. Stefan Kovacs/Paul") [Broadway debut
], John Kramer (as "Judge Advocate Jaroslav Kunz/Ludwig Max von Kupfer"), Luis Lopez-Cepero (as "Albrecht/Salome"), Christopher Pennock (as "August Siczynski/Maximilian von Taussig"), Hedy Sontag (as "Countess Sophia Delyanoff, Hilde"), Eugene Stuckmann (as "Baron von Epp/Col. Mischa Oblensky/Gen. Conrad von Hotzendorf/Lt. Col. Ludwig von Mohl"), Brian Sturdivant (as "Adjutant/Stanitsin/Young Man in Cafe") and Ed Zimmerman (as "Alfred Redl"). Produced by David Merrick Arts Foundation. Associate Producer: Samuel Liff.
(July 2 to August 27, 1989) He directed Vaclav Havel's play, "Temptation," in a West Coast premiere at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Michael Constantine in the cast.
(1987) He directed Vaclav Havel's play, "Largo Desolato," in a Mark Taper Forum production at the Mark Taper Forum Too in Los Angeles, California.
(1984) He acted in Vaclav Havel's play, "A Private View," at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre Too in Los Angeles, California with Raye Birk in the cast.
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