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Stage: Appeared (as "Roger") in Orson Welles' Mercury Theatre Broadway production of "The Shoemaker's Holiday", by Thomas Dekker.

(2004) Wrote mew Afterword for Signet Classics paperback edition of "Plays by George Bernard Shaw." The plays included are "Mrs. Warren's Profession," "Arms and the Man," "Candida" and "Man and Superman." New York: New American Library.

(1935) Stage: Appeared on Broadway in "Noah".

Stage: Appeared on Broadway in Irwin Shaw's "Quiet City".

(1937) Stage: Appeared in the Mercury Theater production of "Julius Caesar" on Broadway.

(1943). Stage Play: Ask My Friend Sandy. Written by Stanley Young. Directed by Alfred De Liagre Jr. Biltmore Theatre: 4 Feb 1943- 13 Feb 1943 (12 performances). Cast: Phyllis Avery (as "Mary (Squeegee) O'Donnell"), Franklyn Fox (as "Christopher Dickson"), Anna Franklin (as "Minnie Mae"), Norman Lloyd (as "Sandy"), Kay Loring (as "Jane Brennan"), Mary Sargent (as "Mrs. Jackson"), Joseph Tsho (as "Shih Li"), Roland Young (as "Harold Jackson"). Produced by Alfred De Liagre Jr.

(1953) Stage: Directed (w/Hume Cronyn) "Madam, Will You Walk" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Sidney Howard. Incidental music by Max Marlin. Choreographed by Anna Sokolow. Phoenix Theatre: 1 Dec 1953-10 Jan 1954 (42 performances). Cast: Jill André, David Clarke, Hume Cronyn (as "Dr. Brightlee"), Donald Draper, Nora Dunfee, Robert Emmett, Dan Hogan, David Hooks, Leon Janney (as "Magistrate"), Arthur Jarrett, Edwin Jerome (as Judge Moskowitz"; final Broadway role), Elizabeth Johnstone, Dorrit Kelton (as "Miss Auchincloss"), Madeline King (as "Mrs. Broderick"), Norman Lloyd (as "Mr. Dockwiler"), Mavis Mitchell, John Randolph (as "Officer Mallon"), William Roerick (as "Father Christy"), Buff Shurr, Fred Smith, Susan Steell, Jessica Tandy (as "Mary Doyle"). Produced by The Phoenix Theatre.

(1954) Stage: Directed "The Golden Apple" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Book and lyrics by John La Touche. Music by Jerome Moross. Musical Director: Hugh Ross. Music orchestrated by Jerome Moross and Hershy Kay. Assistant Musical Dir.: Julian Stein. Scenic Design by William and Jean Eckart. Costume Design by Alvin Colt. Choreographed by Hanya Holm. Alvin Theatre: 20 Apr 1954-7 Aug 1954 (125 performances). Cast: Kaye Ballard (as "Helen"), Stephen Douglass, Priscilla Gillette, Jack Whiting, Jonathan Lucas, Portia Nelson, Bibi Osterwald, Helen Ahola, Santo Anselmo, Sara Bettis, Larry Chelsi, Nola Day, Peter De Mayo, Crandall Diehl, Maurice Edwards (as "Nestor / Hero"), Dorothy Etheridge, Nelle Fisher, Robert Flavelle, Bob Gay, Murray Gitlin, Gary Gordon, Dee Harless, Janet Hayes, David Hooks, Lois McCauley, Dean Michener, Barton Mumaw, Ann Needham, Julian Patrick, Charles Post, Don Redlich, Joli Roberts, Marten Sameth, Arthur Schoep, Frank Seabolt, Jere Stevens, Jerry Stiller (as "Mayor Juniper"), Tao Strong, Geraldine Viti. Replacement actors included: Charlotte Rae (as "Mrs. Juniper"). Produced by Alfred De Liagre Jr. and Roger L. Stevens. Produced in association with T. Edward Hambleton and Norris Houghton.

(1940) Stage: Appeared in "Medicine Show" on Broadway. Incidental music by Hanns Eisler. Written by Oscar Saul and H.R. Hays. Directed by Jules Dassin. New Yorker Theatre: 12 Apr 1940-11 May 1940 (35 performances). Cast: Isabel Bonner (as "Mrs. Sullivan"), Philip Bourneuf (as "Jackson"), Perry Bruskin (as "Ben"), Virginia Campbell (as "Chorine"), Richard Clark (as "Kennedy "), Grace Coppin (as "Mrs. Jackson"), Zamah Cunningham (as "Mrs. Young"), Olive Deering (as "Rose"), Joseph M. Dixon (as "Andrew"), Sara Floyd (as "Ellie"), Melbourne Ford (as "John"), Peter Frye (as "Pete"), Martin Gabel (as "Statistician"), Pearl Gaines (as "Sarah"), Coburn Goodwin (as "Hall"), Norma Green, William Hansen (as "Dr. Mackenzie"), J. Richard Jones (as "Clinic Doctor"), Linda Lee, Harry Lessin, Dorothy McGuire (as "Dora"), Bram Nossen (as "Dr. White"), John Randolph (as "Mac"), Ronald Reiss, Ben Ross, Alfred Ryder, Leigh Whipper (as "Eli"). Produced by Carly Wharton and Martin Gabel.

(1956) Stage: Produced / directed "The Taming of the Shrew" by William Shakespeare, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Stratford, CT.

TV commercial: Ben-Gay ointment

(1994) He played the King of Hearts in an Oasis Audio presentation of Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland".

(1941). Stage Play: Liberty Jones. Musical. Music by Paul Bowles. Book by Philip Barry. Lyrics by Paul Bowles. Choreographed by Lew Christensen. Scenic Design and Costume Design by 'Raoul Pène Du Bois'. Directed by John Houseman. Shubert Theatre: 5 Feb 1941- 22 Feb 1941 (22 performances). Cast: Joseph Anthony (as "One of the Seven Friends"), John Beal (as "Commander Tom Smith"), Barbara Brown (as "One of the Eleven Friends"), Eva Burton (as "Singer [The Five]/One of the Eleven Friends"), Alyce Carter (as "Singer [The Five]/One of the Eleven Friends"), William Castle (as "Singer [The Five]/One of the Seven Friends"), Lew Christensen (as "One of the Seven Friends/Dancer [The Two]"), Nancy Coleman (as "Liberty Jones"), Crahan Denton (as "Reporter [The Two]"), Constance Dowling (as "One of the Eleven Friends"), Tom Ewell (as "Dick Brown"), Bedelia Falls (as "One of the Eleven Friends"), Allan Frank (as "Doctor, Committee Member, Policeman [The Four]"), Howard Freeman (as "Harry Robinson"), Vincent Gardner (as "One of the Seven Friends"), Ruth Gibbs (as "Singer [The Five]/One of the Eleven Friends"), Don Glenn (as "Reporter [The Two]"), Honora Harwood (as "One of the Eleven Friends"), Martha Hodge (as "Liberty's Aunt"), Roy Johnston (as "Singer [The Five]/One of the Seven Friends"), Helen Kramer (as "One of the Eleven Friends"), Norman Lloyd (as "Doctor, Committee Member, Policeman [The Four]"), William Lynn (as "Liberty's Uncle"), William Mende (as "Doctor, Committee Member, Policeman [The Four]"), Craig Mitchell (as "One of the Seven Friends"), Ellen Morgan (as "One of the Eleven Friends"), Murray O'Neill (as "Doctor, Committee Member, Policeman [The Four]"), Jack Parsons (as "One of the Seven Friends"), Louis Polan (as "A Shirt [The Three]"), Elise Reiman (as "One of the Eleven Friends/Dancer [The Two]"), Richard Sanders (as "A Shirt [The Three]"), Ivy Scott (as "Nurse Maggie"), Caryl Smith (as "One of the Eleven Friends"), Katherine Squire (as "Nurse Cotton"), Victor Thorley (as "A Shirt"). Produced by The Theatre Guild.

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