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  • (2001) : Played Harry Fox in "45 Seconds From Broadway" play by Neil Simon (Richard Rodgers Theatre, New York City, New York, USA).
  • (1999, October - November) Featured in the Dmitry Lipkin play "Cranes" at the Theatre at St. Clements, New York, New York.
  • (February 2007) : Played Raymond in "All That I Will Ever Be" play by Alan Ball (New York Theatre Workshop, New York City, New York, USA).
  • (September 2013) Co-stars in "The Hatmaker's Wife" with Marcia Jean Kurtz, written by Lauren Yee and directed by Rachel Chaykin, at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater in New York City.
  • (April 9, 2007 - May 5, 2007) "The Accomplices" written by Bernard Weinraub; directed by Ian Morgan; with Catherine Curtin (as Laura Houghteling / Theresa); Jon DeVries (as FDR / Ben Hecht); Robert Hogan (as Breckenridge Long); Zoe Lister-Jones (as Zoe Lister-Jones) (as Betty); David Margulies (as N/A); Andrew Polk (as Samuel Merlin / John Pehle / Emanuel Celler); Daniel Sauli (as Peter Bergson); Mark Zeisler (as Immigration Officer / Samuel Rosenman); and Mark Zimmerman (as Henry Morgenthau, Jr.); Off-Broadway at the Acorn Theater in Manhattan, New York City, New York.
  • (October 17, 1960) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "A Midsummer's Night Dream," in an American Shakespeare Festival production at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Bert Lahr, Mitchell Agruss, Rae Allen, Clayton Corzatte, Will Geer, John Harkins, Mariette Hartley, William Hickey, Patrick Hines, Margaret Phillips, Richard Waring, Douglas Watson, Christopher Agruss, Alexandra Berlin, Constance Bollinger, John Dorman, Ellen Geer, Sheila Handelman, Joseph Klimowski, Alfred Lavorato, Christopher Lloyd, Susan Ludlow, Arthur Malet, Suzanne Osborne, Billy Partello, Howard Poyrow, Robert Reilly, George Sampson, Stephen Strimpell, Alex Viespi, and Wisner Washam in the cast. Marc Blitzstein was composer. David Hays and Peter Wexler were set designer. Thea Neu and Dorothy Jeakins were costume designers. George Balanchine and Diane Forhan were choreographers. Jack Landau was director.

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