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  • (1965) Stage: Appeared (as "Oscar Madison"; replacement actor) in "The Odd Couple" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Neil Simon. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal. Directed by Mike Nichols. Plymouth Theatre (moved to The Eugene O'Neill Theatre from 1 Aug 1966-close): 10 Mar 1965-2 Jul 1967 (964 performances + 2 previews that began on 8 Mar 1965). Cast: Art Carney (as "Felix Ungar"), Walter Matthau (as "Oscar Madison"), Paul Dooley (as "Speed"), John Fiedler (as "Vinnie"), Nathaniel Frey (as "Murray"), Sidney Armus (as "Roy"), Monica Evans (as "Cecily Pigeon"), Carole Shelley (as "Gwendolyn Pigeon"). Standby: Louis Zorich (as "Oscar Madison"). Understudies: Paul Dooley (as "Felix Ungar"), Carol Gustafson (as "Cecily Pigeon" / "Gwendolyn Pigeon"), Bernard Pollock (as "Roy" / "Vinnie"). Replacement actors during Plymouth Theatre run: Eddie Bracken (as "Felix Ungar") [from 25 Oct 1965-?], Pat Hingle (as "Oscar Madison") (from 28 Feb 1966-?], Jack Klugman (as "Oscar Madison") [from 8 Nov 1965-?], Alfred Sandor (as "Speed"), Ralph Williams (as "Vinnie"). Standby: Alfred Sandor (as "Oscar Madison"). Replacement actor during Eugene O'Neill Theatre run:. Produced by Arnold Saint Subber. NOTES: (1) Eugene O'Neill Theatre was at the time owned by Neil Simon [as Nancy Enterprises Inc.] (2). Filmed as The Odd Couple (1968), The Odd Couple (1970), The New Odd Couple (1982).
  • (1950) Stage: Appeared (as "Frank") in "The Bird Cage" on Broadway. Written by Arthur Laurents. Incidental music by Alec Wilder. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Directed by Harold Clurman. Coronet Theatre: 22 Feb 1950-11 Mar 1950 (21 performances). Cast: Rudy Bond (as "Mr. Mack"), Heywood Hale Broun (as "Mr. Ripley"), Jean Carson (as "Pearl"), Melvyn Douglas (as "Wally Williams"), Rita Duncan (as "Renie Renay"), Kate Harkin (as "Eloise"), Laurence Hugo (as "Vic"), Wright King (as "Joe Williams"), Eleanor Lynn (as "India Grey"), Sanford Meisner (as "Ferdy"), John Shellie (as "Cork"; final Broadway role), Maureen Stapleton (as "Emily Williams"). Produced by Walter Fried and Lars Nordenson.
  • (1955) Stage: Appeared (as "Joe Mancini") in "Ankles Aweigh" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music by Sammy Fain. Lyrics by Dan Shapiro. Book by Guy Bolton and Eddie Davis. Vocal / Orchestral Arrangements by Don Walker. Musical / Choral Director: Salvatore Dell'Isola. Dance Music Devised by Roger Adams. Additional dance music by Don Pippin. Assistant to Mr. Walker: Seymour Ginzler. Assistant to Mr. Finklehoffe: Edward C. Lilley. Choreographed by Tony Charmoli. Uncredited show doctoring by Jerome Robbins. Directed by Fred F. Finklehoffe (also co-producer). Mark Hellinger Theatre: 18 Apr 1955-17 Sep 1955 (176 performances). Cast: Betty Kean (as "Elsey"), Jane Kean (as "Wynne"), Mark Dawson (as "Lt. Bill Kelley"), Lew Parker (as "Dinky"), Dick Alderson (as "Dancer"), Mark Allen (as "Capt. Zimmerman"), Sandi Bonner (as "Dancer"), Marilynn Bradley (as "Singer"), Hank Brunjes (as "Dancer"), Thelma Carpenter (as "Chipolata"), Gene Carrons (as "Dancer"), Frank Conville (as "Pizza Cart Man"), Bill Costin (as "Tommy"), Thelma Dare (as "Singer"), Gabriel Dell (as "Spud"), Don Emmons (as "Dancer"), Herbert Fields (credited as Herb Fields; as "Tony" / "Singer"), Patty Fitzsimmons (as "Dancer"), Betty George (as "Lucia"), Don Graham (as "Singer"), Skeet Guenther (as "Shore Patrol" / "Dancer"), Henry Hamilton (as "Singer"), Ed Hanley (as "Russ"), Will Hussung (as "Adm. Pottles"), Warren J. Kemmerling (as "Singer"), Michael King (as "Singer"), Marilyn Marsh (as "Dancer"), Virginia Martin (as "Singer"), Ray Mason (as "Camera Man/Singer"), Ellen McCown (as "Singer"), Meri Miller (as "Dancer"), Marianne Olsen (as "Dancer"), Janet Pavek (as "Singer"), Jack Purcell (as "Dancer"), Jack Rains (as "Singer"), Marsha Rivers (as "Dancer"), Karen Shepard (as "The Duchess" / "Singer"), John Smolko (as "Dancer"), Nina Starkey (as "Dancer"), Gloria Stevens (as "Dancer"), Hobe Streiford (as "Singer"), Jack Timmers (as "Dancer"), Nancy Walters (as "Native Girl" / "Singer"), Patricia White (as "Dancer"), Ethel Winter (as "Dancer"). Understudies: Frank Conville (as "Dinky"), Ed Hanley (as "Spud"), Virginia Martin (as "Wynne"), Ray Mason (as "Lt. Bill Kelley") and Karen Shepard (as "Chipolata"). Replacement actors: Juan Anduze (as "Dancer"), Ed Begley (as "Shore Patrol"), Vivian Dandridge (as "Chipolata"), Dorothy Dunau (as "Dancer"), Rosemary Gaines (as "Native Girl"), Betty Graber (as "Singer"), Larry Howard (as "Dancer"), Virginia Martin (as "Wynne"), Ray Mason (as "Lt. Bill Kelley"), Sheldon Ossosky (as "Shore Patrol"), Georgia Reed (as "Wynne"), Karen Shepard (as "Chipolata"), Parker Wilson (as "Dancer"). Produced by Howard Hoyt, Reginald R. Hammerstein.
  • (1/26/76-2/7/76) Stage: Appeared (as "Walter Cole") in "American Buffalo", Theater at St. Clement's Church, New York City.
  • (9/16/57-11/17/57) Stage: Appeared (as "Tevya") in "Tevya and His Daughters", Carnegie Hall Playhouse, New York City.
  • (10/18/78-2/4/79) Stage: Appeared (as "Lionel Stander") in "Are You Now or Have You Ever Been?" at the Promenade Theatre, New York City.
  • (1967) Album: "... And the Testimony's Still Coming In!" (Verve Forecast Records).
  • (1953) Stage: Appeared (as "Second Rottenbiller Brother") in "The Emperor's Clothes" on Broadway.
  • (1955) Stage: Appeared (as "Hazel") in "Pipe Dreams" on Broadway.
  • (1975) Musical Theater "Apple Pie" by Myrna Lamb & Nick Meyers playing Harry, at Public Theater (Anspacher)workshop production NYC
  • (1968) He directed Neil Simon's play, "The Odd Couple," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Harvey Stone and Avery Schreiber in the cast.
  • (September 1967) He acted in Neil Simon's play, "The Odd Couple," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Alan Young in the cast.
  • (July 1971) He acted in the musical, "Fidder on the Roof," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine. Joseph Stein wrote the book. Jerry Bock was composer. Sheldon Harnick was lyricist. The musical is based on the stories by Sholom Aleichem.

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