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  • (March 2005) : Directed "After Ashley", a play by Gina Gionfriddo (Vineyard Theatre, New York City, New York, USA).
  • (1974) He acted in the stage production of "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1976) He acted in the stage productions of "The Loveliest Afternoon of the Year," "The Indian Wants the Bronx," and "The Lover" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1977) He acted in the stage productions of "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead," "Mack, Anything Goes Over the Rainbow," "Our Late Night," and "The Indian Wants the Bronx" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1978) He acted in the stage productions of "Home Free" and "Sandbar Flatland" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1979) He acted in the stage productions of "Waiting for Lefty," "The Glass Menagerie," and "Exit the King" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1980) He acted in the stage production of "Death of a Salesman" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1981) He acted in the stage productions of "Of Mice and Men," "Balm in Gilead," and "Savages" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1982) He directed the stage production of "And a Nightingale Sang" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1983) He acted in the stage production of "Cloud Nine" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1984) He directed the stage production of "Fool for Love" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1985) He directed the stage production of "Streamers" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1988) He acted in the stage production of "The Grapes of Wrath" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1990) He directed the stage production of "Reckless" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1991) He acted in the stage production of "Another Time" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1992) He directed the stage production of "My Thing of Love" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1994) He directed the stage production of "A Clockwork Orange" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1997) He directed the stage production of "A Streetcar Name Desire" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (2000) He directed the stage production of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois, which moved to Broadway and won the Tony Award for "Best Revival of a Play".
  • (2002) He acted in the stage production of "Petty Delusions and Grand Obsessions" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (2003) He directed the stage production of "The Violet Hour" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (2006) He directed the stage production of "The Well-Appointed Room" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1979) He acted in Tennessee Williams' play, "The Glass Menagerie", at the Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago, Illinois, with Anne Edwards and Laurie Metcalf.
  • (1982) He acted in the stage production of "A Prayer for My Daughter," and "The House" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1984) He acted in "Tracers" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1985) He acted in "Orphans" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (March 2009) He directed Neil LaBute's play, "Reasons to Be Pretty", at the Lyceum Theatre in New York City with Marin Ireland, Steven Pasquale, Piper Perabo and Thomas Sadoski.
  • (1980) He acted in Arthur Miller's play, "Death of a Salesman", at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois, with John Mahoney.
  • (1983) He directed C.P. Taylor's play, "And a Nightingale Sang", at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois, with Joan Allen and Laurie Metcalf.
  • (1984) He acted in the play, "Tracers", at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois. Louis DeCrescenzo was the lighting designer, and the director was Gary Sinise.
  • (1985) He acted in Lyle Kessler's play, "Orphans", at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois, with Kevin Anderson, directed by Gary Sinise.
  • (1989) He acted in John Steinbeck's stage adaptation of, "The Grapes of Wrath," for a stage production at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois with Lois Smith in the cast. The crew included Kevin Rigdon (scenic & lighting designer), Michael Smith (original incidental music), and Rob Milburn (sound designer), and Frank Galati (director and stage adaptation).
  • (1991) He acted in Ronald Harwood's play, "Another Time," at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois with Molly Regan and Albert Finney in the cast. The crew included Kevin Rigdon (scenic designer).
  • (1989) He acted in Frank Galati's adaptation of John Steinbeck's novel, "The Grapes of Wrath", at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with the Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre Company including Gary Sinise, Alan Wilder, Robert Breuler, Lois Smith, Lucina Paquet, Nathan Davis, Laura McMahon, Luke Goodrich, Jeff Perry, James Noah, Sally Murphy, Mark Deakins, Jim True-Frost and Rick Snyder in the cast. Frank Galati was also the director.
  • (December 1, 1976) He acted in John Guare's play, "The Loveliest Afternoon of the Year," at the Steppenwolf Theatre, Highland Park, Illinois with Moira Harris in the cast. Jeff Perry was director.
  • (May 18, 1979 to June 24, 1979) He played the gentleman caller in Tennessee Williams' play, "The Glass Menagerie," at the Steppenwolf Theatre, Highland Park, Illinois with John Malkovich (Tom Wingfield); Anne Edwards (Amanda Wingfield) and Laurie Metcalf (Laura Wingfield) in the cast. H.E. Baccus was director. Kevin Rigdon was lighting designer.
  • (September 19, 1988) He played Jim Casy in John Steinbeck's novel, "The Grapes of Wrath," in a Steppenwolf Theatre production at the Royal George Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Gary Sinise (Tom Joad); Robert Breuler (Pa Joad); Lois Smith (Ma Joad); Lucina Paquet (Grandma); Nathan Davis (Grandpa); Dana Lubotsky (Ruthie); Christian Robinson (Winfield); John C. Reilly (Noah); James Noah (Uncle John); Yvonne Suhor (Rose of Sharon); Jim True (Al); Tim Hopper (Connie Rivers); Ramsay Midwood (Floyd Knowles); Rondi Reed (Mrs. Wainwright); Elizabeth K. Austin (Aggie Wainwright); Darryl D. Davis (the starving man);and Relioues De Var (his son) in the cast. Frank Galati was adapter and director. Michael Smith composed original score. Kevin Rigdon was lighting and stage designer.

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