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(May 2002): Plays USG in "A Few Stout Individuals" play by John Guare (Signature Theater Company, New York City, New York, USA).

Appeared in an Encyclopedia Britannica educational film in which he portrayed George Bernard Shaw discussing some of the works of William Shakespeare.

Played Larry Slade in the 1985 Broadway revival of "The Iceman Cometh".

April-May 1998 Played James Tyrone in Long Days Journey Into Night at Gate Theater, Dublin, Ireland.

(1976) He acted in the play, "Misalliance," at the Academy Festival Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Lynn Redgrave OBE, William Atherton and Robert Moberly. Eric Head (scenic designer), Laura Crow (costume designer) and Austin Pendleton (director).

(1966). Stage Play: The School for Scandal. Comedy (revival). Written by Richard B. Sheridan. Scenic Design by James Tilton. Directed by Ellis Rabb. Lyceum Theatre: 21 Nov 1966- Jan 1967 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Esther Benson (as "Lady Sneerwell" [Alternate]), Joseph Bird (as "Rowley/Sir Oliver Surface" [Alternate]), Dan Bly (as "Numps/Careless" [Alternate]), Olivia Cole (as "Sip/Lisp [Alternate]/Maria" [Alternate]), Pat Connolly [credited as Patricia Conolly] (as "Lady Teazle" [Alternate]), Clayton Corzatte (as "Charles Surface"), Keene Curtis (as "Sir Oliver Surface"), Anita Dangler (as "Mrs. Candour" [Alternate]), Alan Fudge (as "Nod/Trip" [Alternate]), Will Geer (as "Sir Peter Teazle" [Alternate]), Gordon Gould (as "Mr. Crabtree [Alternate]/Rowley" [Alternate]), James Greene (as "Snake"), Jennifer Harmon (as "Maria"), Rosemary Harris (as "Lady Teazle" [Epilogue]), Helen Hayes (as "Mrs. Candour"), Nikos Kafkalis (as "Nip"), Michael Alan (as "MacDonald Slap"), Nicholas Martin (as "Sir Benjamin Backbite"), Betty Miller (as "Maria" [Alternate]), Donald Moffat (as "Joseph Surface" [Alternate]), George Pentecost (as "Careless/Sir Benjamin Backbite" [Alternate]), Stephen Peters (as "Trip/William" [Alternate]), Christina Pickles [credited as Christine Pickles] (as "Lady Sneerwell [Alternate]/Mrs. Candour" [Alternate]), Ellis Rabb (as "Joseph Surface"), Nat Simmons (as "Nap"), Marco St. John (as "Charles Surface" [Alternate]), James Storm (as "Slip"), Joel Stuart (as "William/Snake" [Alternate]), Dee Victor (as "Lady Sneerwell"), Sydney Walker (as "Sir Peter Teazle"), Paulette Waters (as "Lisp"), Richard Woods (as "Mr. Crabtree"). Replacement actor: Anne Francine (as "Mrs. Candour") [late in production run]. Produced by APA-Phoenix Repertory Company.

(1966). Stage Play: The School for Scandal. Comedy (revival/played in repertory with War and Peace, Right You Are If You Think You Are, We, Comrades Three, The Wild Duck, You Can't Take It With You). Written by Richard B. Sheridan. Scenic Design by James Tilton. Directed by Ellis Rabb. Lyceum Theatre: 21 Nov 1966- Jan 1967 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Esther Benson (as "Lady Sneerwell" [Alternate]), Joseph Bird (as "Rowley/Sir Oliver Surface" [Alternate]), Dan Bly (as "Numps/Careless" [Alternate]), Olivia Cole (as "Sip/Lisp [Alternate]/Maria" [Alternate]), Patricia Conolly (as "Lady Teazle" [Alternate]), Clayton Corzatte (as "Charles Surface"), Keene Curtis (as "Sir Oliver Surface"), Anita Dangler (as "Mrs. Candour" [Alternate]), Alan Fudge (as "Nod/Trip" [Alternate]) [Broadway debut], Will Geer (as "Sir Peter Teazle" [Alternate]), Gordon Gould (as "Mr. Crabtree [Alternate]/Rowley" [Alternate]), James Greene (as "Snake"), Jennifer Harmon (as "Maria"), Rosemary Harris (as "Lady Teazle" [Epilogue]), Helen Hayes (as "Mrs. Candour"), Nikos Kafkalis (as "Nip"), Michael Alan (as "MacDonald Slap"), Nicholas Martin (as "Sir Benjamin Backbite"), Betty Miller (as "Maria" [Alternate]), Donald Moffat (as "Joseph Surface" [Alternate]), George Pentecost (as "Careless/Sir Benjamin Backbite" [Alternate]), Stephen Peters (as "Trip/William" [Alternate]), Christina Pickles [credited as Christine Pickles] (as "Lady Sneerwell [Alternate]/Mrs. Candour" [Alternate], Ellis Rabb (as "Joseph Surface"), Nat Simmons (as "Nap), Marco St. John (as "Charles Surface" [Alternate]), James Storm (as "Slip"), Joel Stuart (as "William/Snake" [Alternate]), Dee Victor (as "Lady Sneerwell"), Sydney Walker (as "Sir Peter Teazle"), Paulette Waters (as "Lisp"), Richard Woods (as "Mr. Crabtree"). Replacement actor: Anne Francine (as "Mrs. Candour") [late in production run]. Produced by APA-Phoenix Repertory Company.

(1967). Stage Play: The Wild Duck (Revival/production played in repertory with War and Peace, The School for Scandal, Right You Are If You Think You Are, We, Comrades Three, You Can't Take It With You). Written by Henrik Ibsen. Translated by Eva Le Gallienne. Scenic Design by James Tilton. Directed by Stephen Porter. Lyceum Theatre: 11 Jan 1967- 17 Jun 1967 (closing date unknown/45 performances). Cast: Esther Benson (as "Mrs. Sörby"), Joseph Bird (as "Relling/Lt. Ekdal" [Alternate]), Dan Bly (as "Chamberlain Kasperson/Graaberg [Alternate]/Hjalmar Ekdal" [Alternate]), Pat Connolly [credited as Patricia Conolly] (as "Hedvig" [Alternate]), Clayton Corzatte (as "Gregers Werle"), Keene Curtis (as "Molvik [Alternate]/Chamberlain Balle" [Alternate]), Alan Fudge (as "Gentleman"), Will Geer (as "Lt. Ekdal" [Alternate]), Gordon Gould (as "Petterson/Gregers Werle [Alternate]/Werle" [Alternate]), James Greene (as "Gentleman/Molvik [Alternate]/Chamberlain Balle [Alternate]/Relling [Alternate]/Petterson [Alternate]/Chamberlain Kasperson" [Alternate]), Jennifer Harmon (as "Hedvig"), Rosemary Harris (as "Gina" [Alternate]), Nikos Kafkalis (as "Gentleman"), Michael Alan MacDonald (as "Gentleman" [Alternate]), Nicholas Martin (as "Molvik/Graaberg" [Alternate]), Betty Miller (as "Gina"), Donald Moffat (as "Hjalmar Ekdal"), George Pentecost (as "Chamberlain Balle/Molvik" [Alternate]), Stephen Peters (as "Gentleman/Jensen [Alternate]/Graaberg" [Alternate]), Ellis Rabb (as "Gregers Werle" [Alternate]), James Storm (as "Jensen"), Joel Stuart (as "Graaberg/Chamberlain Kasperson [Alternate]/Jensen" [Alternate]), Dee Victor (as "Mrs. Sörby" [Alternate]), Sydney Walker (as "Lt. Ekdal"), Richard Woods (as "Werle"). Produced by APA-Phoenix Repertory Company.

(January 13, 1959) He acted in Edward Chodorov's play, "Listen To The Mocking Bird," in the Playwrights Company production at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Eva Le Gallienne, Billie Burke, Una Merkel, Francis Compton, Cavada Humphrey, Anthony Kemble-Cooper, Angela Thornton, Felix Deebank and Biff McGuire in the cast. Leo Kerz was set designer. Guy Kent was costume designer. Edward Chodorov was also director.

(December 5, 1972 to January 3, 1973) He acted in Arthur Miller's play, "The Crucible," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Charlton Heston, Inga Swenson, James Olson and Beah Richards in the cast. Joseph Hardy was director.


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