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(1939- 1956). Active on Broadway in the above productions:

(1939). Stage Play: Steel. Drama. Written by Harold Igo. Directed by Ad Karns. Provincetown Playhouse: 19 Dec 1939- 30 Dec 1939 (9 performances). Cast: Richard Cahill (as "O'Toole/First Shoveler/Bill the Riveter"), Donald Campbell (as "Third Shoveler"), Don DeFore (as "Hunky"), Evelyn Evers (as "Second Neighbor"), Edward Fitzpatrick (as "Mike Shine"), Allan Frank (as "Pete/Guard"), Oma Hagar (as "First Neighbor"), Priscilla Jamison (as "Marya"), Helen Kanapielka (as "Third Neighbor"), Ad Karns (as "Shorty"), Will Kuluva (as "Butch Mullins") [Broadway debut], Arthur Lithgow (as "Davies"), John Manners (as "Second Shoveler"), Jay Putney (as "Pit Boss"), Paul H. Rohmann (as "Stan"), Vito Scotti (as "Joe") [final Broadway role], Kenneth Cooper (as "Sloan Yanez"), Bertha Van Zee (as "Fourth Neighbor"), Allan Vaughan (as "Boy"), Paul Weaver (as "Foreman/Old Peter"). Produced by The Producers Theatre (Robert Whitehead, Louis A. Lotito, Robert W. Dowling and Roger L. Stevens).

(1940). Stage Play: Hold on to Your Hats. Musical comedy.

(1947). Stage Play: The Wanhope Building. Fantasy. Written by John Finch. Directed by Bret Warren. Princess Theatre: 9 Feb 1947- 16 Feb 1947 (5 performances). Cast: Frieda Altman (as "Madam Endor"), Martin Balsam (as "Eddie"), Margaret Barker (as "Miss Queen"), Courtney Burr (as "Sleeping Drunk/Mr. 12"), Haskell Coffin, Frederic Cornell, Walter Craig, Winifred Cushing (as "Housewife"), Blair Cutting, Anthony Grey, Clark Howat, John Jordan, Octavia Kenmore, Will Kuluva (as "Brown Hat"), Edmond Le Comte, Dorothy Patterson, Don Peters, Ford Rainey (as "First Customer/John B. Sherman"), Frank Richards, Lexford Richards (as "Arnold"), Billy Rollo, Penelope Sack, Beatrice Straight (as "Felina"), Robert Wark. Produced by Theatre Incorporated.

(1947). Stage Play: Open House. Comedy.

(1948). Stage Play: The Alchemist (Revival). Written by Ben Jonson. Music by Deems Taylor. Directed by Morton Da Costa. City Center: 6 May 1948- 16 May 1948 (14 performances). Produced by New York City Theatre Company.

(1949). Stage Play: King Richard III. Historical drama (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Scenic Design by Richard Whorf. Costume Design by Richard Whorf. Directed by Richard Barr. Booth Theatre: 8 Feb 1949- 26 Feb 1949 (23 performances). Cast: Philip Bourneuf (as "Henry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham"), Grace Coppin, Frances Reid (as "Lady Anne, widow of Edward, son to King Henry VI; afterward married to Richard"), Polly Rowles (as "Elizabeth, Queen to Edward IV, Walter F. Appler (as "Lord Mayor of London"), Warren Burmeister (as "Sir Thomas Vaughan, cousin to Queen Elizabeth"), Robert Carricart (as "Tressel"), David Clive, Joseph Foley, Alan Frost (as "Sir Robert Brackenbury, Lieutenant of the Tower"), Robert H. Harris, Ed Hoffman, Will Kuluva (as "George, Duke of Clarence, brother to the King"), Connie Lessard (as "Citizen"), Charles Nahabedian, William Nichols, Nehemiah Persoff (as "Sir James Tyrrel"), Orrin Redfield (as "Lord Stanley, Earl of Derby"), Milton Selzer (as "Berkeley"), Michael Sivy (as "Henry Tudor, Earl of Richmond, afterwards King Henry VII"), Ray Walston (as "Sir Richard Ratcliffe"), Douglass Watson (as "Marquis of Dorset. son to Queen Elizabeth by her first marriage to John Grey"), Glenn Wilson (as "Anthony Woodville, Earl Rivers, brother to Queen Elizabeth"). Produced by Herman Levin. Note: This version first presented by the Boston Repertory Association at the Copley Theatre.

(1949). Stage Play: That Lady. Drama/romance. Written by Kate O'Brien. Based on "For One Sweet Grape" by Kate O'Brien. Scenic Design by Rolf Gerard. Costume Design by Rolf Gerard. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Martin Beck Theatre: 22 Nov 1949- 28 Jan 1950 (79 performances). Cast: Katharine Cornell (as "Ana de Mendoza y de Gomez, Princess of Eboli"), Henry Daniell (as "Philip II, King of Spain"), Henry Stephenson (as "Cardinal Gaspar de Quiroga, Archbishop of Toledo"), Torin Thatcher, Joseph Wiseman (as "Juan De Escovedo, Secretary to Don Juan of Austria"), Peter Barno, Wallace Chadwell, Oliver Cliff, Will Kuluva (as "Don Mateo Vasquez, Counselor to the King"), Esther Minciotti, Lita Dal Porto, Anthony Radecki, Jada Rowland, Marian Seldes (as "Anichu at 18, Countess of Pastrana"), Richard Sterling (as "Esteban, a Servant"), David J. Stewart, Douglas Watson. Replacement actors during run: Richard Sterling (as "A Doctor"). Produced by Katharine Cornell.

(1950). Stage Play: Arms and the Man. Comedy (revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Richard Barr. Arena Theatre: 19 Oct 1950- 21 Jan 1951 (108 performances). Cast: Josephine Brown (as "Catherine Petkoff"), Lee Grant (as "Raina Petkoff"), Anne Jackson (as "Louka"), Will Kuluva (as "Major Paul Petkoff"), Francis Lederer (as "Captain Bluntschli"), Milton Selzer (as "Russian Officer"), Fred Stewart (as "Nicola"), Sam Wanamaker (as "Major Sergius Saranoff"). Produced by David Heilweil and Derrick Lynn-Thomas.

(1951). Stage Play: Darkness at Noon. Drama. Written and directed by Sidney Kingsley. Alvin Theatre (moved to The Royale Theatre on 26 Mar 1951 to close): 13 Jan 1951- 23 Jun 1951 (186 performances). Cast: Claude Rains (as "Rubashow"), Kim Hunter (as "Luba"), Jack Palance (credited as Walter J. Palance), Tony Ancona, Geoffrey Barr, Henry Beckman, Philip Coolidge, Robert Crozier, Maurice Gosfield, Johnson Hayes, Virginia Howard, Brian Keith [credited as Robert Keith Jr.] (as "Prison Guard"), Will Kuluva, Adams MacDonald, Lois Nettleton (as "Secretary"), Daniel Polis, Herbert Ratner, Allan Rich (as "202"), Norman Roland, Alexander Scourby (as "Ivanoff"), Richard Self. Produced by The Playwright's Company.

(1952). Stage Play: The Shrike. Drama. Written by Joseph A. Kramm. Scenic Design by Howard Bay. Lighting Design by Howard Bay. Costume Design by Edith Lutyens. Directed by Joseph A. Kramm. Cort Theatre: 15 Jan 1952- 31 May 1952 (161 performances). Cast: Judith Evelyn (as "Ann Downs"), José Ferrer (as "Jim Downs"), Somar Alberg (as "Dr. Schlesinger"), James Hawthorne Bay (as "Perkins"), Mary Bell (as "Miss Wingate"), Isabel Bonner (as "Dr. Barrow"), William Bush (as "Grossberg"), Kendall Clark (as "Dr. Bellman"), Joe Comadore (as "Joe Major"), Vincent Donahue (as "Patient"), Jeanette Dowling (as "Miss Hansen"), Stephen Elliott (as "Dr. Kramer"), Billy M. Greene (as "William Schloss"), Phyllis Hill (as "Miss Cardell"), Philip Huston (as "Don Gregory"), Arthur Jarrett (as "Tom Blair"), Will Kuluva (as "John Ankoritis"), Will Lee (as "Sam Tager"), Martin Newman (as "George O'Brien"), Edward Platt (as "Harry Downs"), Tom Reynolds (as "Fleming"), Leigh Whipper (as "Frank Carlisle"). Replacement actors during run: Mary Fletcher (as "Miss Hansen"), Simon Oakland, Eugenia Rawls, Mary Jane Shea (as "Miss Cardell"). Produced by José Ferrer. Produced in association with Milton Baron. Note: Produced on film by Universal-International as The Shrike (1955).

(1953). Stage Play: My 3 Angels. Comedy. Written by Sam Spewack and Bella Spewack. Based on "La Cuisine des Anges" by Albert Husson. Directed by José Ferrer. Morosco Theatre: 11 Mar 1953- 2 Jan 1954 (344 performances). Cast: Walter Slezak (as "Joseph"), Joan Chandler (as "Marie Louise Ducotel"), Jerome Cowan (as "Jules"), Henry Daniell (as "Henri Trochard"), Carmen Mathews (as "Emilie Ducatel"), Robert Carroll (as "Paul"), Eric Fleming (as "Lieutenant"), Will Kuluva (as "Felix Ducotel"), Nan McFarland (as "Mme. Parole"), Darren McGavin (as "Alfred"). Understudies: Larry Buchanan, Paul Lilly, Peggy Nelson and Richard Towers. Replacement actor: Richard Towers (as "Lieutenant"). Produced by Arnold Saint Subber, Rita Allen and Archie Thomson. Note: Filmed as _We're No Angels_(1955).

(1956). Stage Play: A Very Special Baby. Drama. Written by Robert Alan Aurthur [earliest Broadway credit]. Directed by Martin Ritt. Playhouse Theatre: 14 Nov 1956- 17 Nov 1956 (5 performances). Cast: Luther Adler (as "Casale"), Jack Klugman (as "Carmen"), Will Kuluva (as "Augie") [final Broadway credit], Carl Low (as "George"), Sylvia Sidney (as "Anna"), Jack Warden (as "Joey"). Produced by David Susskind. Associate Producer: Michael Abbott.

(October 19 to December 2, 1979) He acted in Isaac Bashevis Singer and Eve Friedmans' play, "Teibele and Her Demon," in The Arena Stage Theatre production at the Kreeger Theater in Washington D.C. with F. Murray Abraham, Laura Esterman, Barry Primus, Lee Lawson, Ron Perlman and Stephen Weyte in the cast. Richard Peaslee was composer. Desmond Heeley was set and costume designer. Stephen Kanee was director.

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