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Acted in the hit Broadway play, Hair! from April 29, 1968 to July 1, 1972.

(May 31,1967) He was musical director and played Maurice Bernhardt for Tom Eyen's play, "Sarah B. Divine: A Musical Biographical Fantasy on the Life of Sarah Bernhardt," in a Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company production at La MaMa ETC in New York City with Karole Kaye Stevenson (played Sarah 1 & Jeanne), Carole Silon (played Sarah 2 & Anita), Helen Hanft (played Sarah 3 & young Judith Van Hard), Elsa Tresko (played Sarah 4, Madame Boviar, old Judith Van Hard, & Madame Nathalie), Kathleen Dabney (played Ellen Terry), Bobo Legendre (played Eleonora Duse), William Griffin Duffy (played M. Pitou & Oscar Wilde), Ellen Gurin (played Giselle & Louise), Carolyn Wiswell (played Yvette & Brigitte), Tarina Lewis (played Madame Gerard & Lady Wilde), Dan Mason (played Actor, Prince De Ligne, Dumas, Sardou, & Reviewer), and Mark Russel (played Louis Tellegrin & Reviewer) in the cast. Tom Eyen was also director. Saito was set designer. Michael Warren Powell and Mary Nichols were costume designers. Toby Mailman was lighting designer. William Griffin Duffy was production manager. Rene Gonzalez was stage manager.

(November 9,1967) He played Maurice Bernhardt and was music director for Tom Eyen's play, "Sarah B. Divine: A Musical Biographical Fantasy on the Life of Sarah Bernhardt," was performed in a Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company production at the Playwrights Workshop in New York City with Karole Kaye Stevenson (played Sarah 1 & Jeanne), Carole Silon (played Sarah 2 & Anita), Lucy Silvay (played Sarah 3), Elsa Tresko (played Sarah 4, Madame Boviar, old Judith Van Hard, & Madame Nathalie), Judy Van Hook (played Ellen Terry), Dorothy Shearer (played Eleonora Duse), William Griffin Duffy (played M. Pitou & Oscar Wilde), Ellen Gurin (played Giselle & Louise), Carolyn Wiswell (played Yvette & Brigitte), Tarina Lewis (played Madame Gerard & Lady Wilde), Dan Mason (played Actor, Prince De Ligne, Dumas, Sardou, & Reviewer), and Mark Russel (played Louis Tellegrin & Reviewer) in the cast. Tom Eyen was also director. Saito was set designer. Michael Warren Powell and Mary Nichols were costume designers. Toby Mailman was lighting designer. William Griffin Duffy was production manager. Betty Guyes was stage manager.

(July 13,1967) He played Maurice in Tom Eyen's play, "Sarah B. Divine! A Musical Biographical Fantasy on the Life of Sarah Bernhardt," in a Festival of Two Worlds production at the Teatrino Delle Sette in Spoleto, Italy with Karole Kaye Stevenson (played Little Sarah), Elizabeth Spender (played Eternal Maid & Anita), Bobo Legendre (played Sarah the Wild), Shirley Stoler (played Sarah the old), Frank Phelan (played Alexandra Dumas), and David Baker Jr. (played Young Actor & Louis) in the cast.

(Tuesday December 1,1970 12PM) He played a Mourners of the Downtown Theatre in Tom Eyen's play, "The Death of Off-Broadway Or: Money (Sieg Heil!) (A Street Play," in a Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company at first Astor Place Theatre and ended at Theatre De Lys in New York City. Tom Eyen and Gerald Miller were directors. The cast included William Griffin Duffy (played Archbishop of Greed), Steven Whitson (played right-hand Alter Boy), and David Whitson (played Left-hand altar boy). The Mourners of the Downtown Theatre ensemble included Helen Hanft, Ron Link, R.A. Dow, Paul-Matthew Eckhart, Ellen Gurin, Jeffery Herman, Madeline LeRoux, Mark Russel, Nana Winter, Arthur Morey, Bradford Riley, Sommer Sally, Lady Elsa Tresko, Bonnie Gable, Keven Breslin, Albert Poland, Julie Bovasso, Julia Eyen, Arthur Kessler, Ann Toker, Allan Eichler, George Trow III, Doris Duke, Jerry Lipani, Walter Wallace, Fred McDarrah, Fred Gershon, Myrna Masour, Barry Goldberg, Shirley Stoler, Warren Pincus, Paul Jabara, Hiram Keller, Jacque Lynn Colton. The Now Theatre Repertory Company of Buffalo included Mark Gatley, Robert Gibson, Andrew Kappy, Deborah Loss, Marianne Morinello, Stephen Morros, Laura Nelson, Mark Penque, Joye Peskin, Eric Sidebottom, James Slattery, Beverly Smith, Thomas Sokolski, and Tony Ventresca in the cast. The Press included Leonard Probst (Channel 4 WNBC), Leonard Harris (Channel 2 WCBS), John Shubeck (Channel 9 WWOR), and Carol Jenkins.

(November 22,1967) He played the folk singer (apartment 3) and was musical director for Tom Eyen's plays, "November 22nd" and "Grand Tenement," in a Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company production at the Playwrights Workshop in New York City. Tom Eyen was also director. Saito was set designer. Ntoni Bastiano was lighting designer. The cast for "November 22nd" included Bob Mooty (played Interviewer) and Kaye Michaels (played Mrs. President) in the cast. The cast for "Grand Tenement" included Lucy Silvay (Apartment 1 Superintendent), Karole Kaye Stevenson (Apartment 2 High Fashion Model), Jane Sanford (Apartment 4 Columnist), Carolyn Wiswell (Apartment 5 Stewardess), William Griffin Duffy (Apartment 6 Hairstylist), Dan Mason (Apartment 8 Subway Token Seller), Carole Silon (Apartment 9 pregnant seamstress), Wayne Wiener (Apartment 10 professor), Dorothy Farrell (Widow) in the building cast. Monty Montgomery played robber, rapist, detective and judge. Betty Guyes was stage manager.

(1973) He acted in Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's musical, "Jesus Christ Superstar," at the Palace Theatre in London, England with Richard Barnes, Stephen Tate, Derek Damon, Dana Gillespie, Floella Benjamin, Myra Sands, and Chris Evans in the cast.


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