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Stage: Directed "Lorelei" with Carol Channing in Philadelphia, PA.

Stage: Directed "Deathtrap" on Broadway, 1978. Nominated for Tony Award.

Last of the Red Hot Lovers (1969). Comedy. Written by Neil Simon. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Costume Design by Donald Brooks. Lighting Design by Peggy Clark. Hair Design by Joe Tubens. Hair Stylist: Michael Chianese. Assistant to Mr. Smith: David Guthrie. Assistant to Mr. Brooks: Connie Wexler. Directed by Robert Moore. Eugene O'Neill Theatre: 28 Dec 1969- 4 Sep 1971 (706 performances + 6 previews). Cast: James Coco (as "Barney Cashman"), Linda Lavin (as "Elaine Navazio"), Doris Roberts (as "Jeanette Fisher"), Marcia Rodd (as "Bobbi Michele"). Standbys: Doris Belack (as "Elaine Navazio"), Elizabeth Farley (as "Bobbi Michele"), Tom Lacy (as "Barney Cashman"), Stella Longo (as "Jeanette Fisher"). Replacement actors: Cathryn Damon (as "Elaine Navazio"), Dom DeLuise (as "Barney Cashman"), Larry Haines [During Mr. Coco's vacation] (as "Barney Cashman"), Rita Moreno (as "Elaine Navazio") [from 27 Jul 1970- ?], Carol Richards (as "Bobbi Michele"), Barbara Sharma (as "Bobbi Michele"). Standbys: Rita Gardner (as "Elaine Navazio"), Carol Richards (as "Bobbi Michele"). Produced by Arnold Saint Subber. Notes: (1) Eugene O'Neill Theatre was at the time owned by Neil Simon (as Nancy Enterprises Inc.). (2) Filmed by Paramount Pictures as Last of the Red Hot Lovers (1972). (3) Mr. Moore was nominated for Tony Award.

Stage: Directed "Woman of the Year" on Broadway, 1981. Nominatedl for Tony Award.

Stage: Directed "They're Playing Our Song" on Broadway, 1979. Nominated for Tony Award.

Promises, Promises (1968). Musical comedy. Book by Neil Simon. Based on the film "The Apartment" by Billy Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond. Music by Burt Bacharach. Lyrics by Hal David. Musical Director: Harold Wheeler. Dance arrangements by Harold Wheeler. Music orchestrated by Jonathan Tunick. Choreographed by Michael Bennett. Assistant Choreographer: Bob Avian. Directed by Robert Moore. Shubert Theatre: 1 Dec 1968- 1 Jan 1972 (1281 performances + 7 previews). Cast: Jill O'Hara (as "Fran Kubelik"), Jerry Orbach (as "Chuck Baxter"), A. Larry Haines (as "Dr. Dreyfuss"), Edward Winter (as "J.D. Sheldrake"), Barbara Alston (as "Intern's Date"), Adrienne Angel (as "Sylvia Gilhooley"), Rod Barry (as "New Young Executive/Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Carole Bishop (as "Company Nurse/Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Kelly Britt (as "Orchestra Voice"), Gene Cooper (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Graciela Daniele (as "Clancy's Employee/Intern's Date"), Bob Fitch (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Margot Hanson (as "Orchestra Voice"), Betsy Haug (as "Dining Room Hostess/Clancy's Employee"), Ken Howard (as "Bartender Eddie/Karl Kubelik"), Neil Jones (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Baayork Lee (as "Lum Ding Hostess/Miss Wong"), Debra Lyman (as "Swing Dancer"), Bettye McCormick (as "Orchestra Voice"), Donna McKechnie (as "Vivien Della Hoya"), Marian Mercer (as "Marge MacDougall"), Vince O'Brien (as "Mr. Eichelberger"), Rita O'Connor (as "Dentist's Nurse/Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Gerry O'Hara (as "Company Doctor/Intern"), Dick O'Neill (as "Jesse Vanderhof"), Kay Oslin (as "Helen Sheldrake"), Scott Pearson (as "Waiter/Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Paul Reed (as "Mr. Dobitch"), Margo Sappington (as "Miss Polanski/Clancy's Employee"), Michael Shawn (as "Intern/Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Norman Shelly (as "Mr. Kirkeby"), Ilona Simon (as "Orchestra Voice"), Millie Slavin (as "Peggy Olson"), Julane Stites (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Don Stomsvik (as "Swing Dancer"), Melissa Stoneburn (as "Clancy's Lounge Patron"), Michael Vita (as "Madison Square Garden Attendant/Bartender Eugene"). Standby: Peter Lombard (as "Chuck Baxter/J.D. Sheldrake"). Understudies: Kelly Britt (as "Marge MacDougall"), Bob Fitch (as "Mr. Kirkeby"), Rita O'Connor (as "Peggy Olson"), Dick O'Neill (as "Mr. Dobitch"), Margo Sappington (as "Fran Kubelik"), Norman Shelly (as "Dr. Dreyfuss"), Henry Sutton (as "Jesse Vanderhof/Mr. Eichelberger"), Michael Vita (as "Karl Kubelik"). Produced by David Merrick. Associate Producer: Samuel Liff.

Appeared on Broadway in Irving Berlin's "This Is the Army", which was later adapted to film: This Is the Army (1943).

(1969) He directed Mart Crowley's play, "The Boys in the Band", at the Wyndham's Theatre in London, England with Kenneth Nelson, Leonard Frey, Robert La Tourneaux, Douglas Lambert, John Carlisle, John Hamill and William Gaunt in the cast.

(November 1982) He directed John Kander and Fred Ebb's musical, "Woman of the Year", at the Palace Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Raquel Welch and Jamie Ross in the cast.

The Gingerbread Lady (1970). Comedy/drama. Written by Neil Simon. Directed by Robert Moore. Plymouth Theatre: 13 Dec 1970- 29 May 1970 (193 performances + 12 previews that began on 3 Dec 1970). Cast: Maureen Stapleton (as "Evy Meara"), Michael Lombard (as "Jimmy Perry"), Charles Siebert (as "Lou Tanner"), Betsy von Furstenberg (as "Toby Landau"), Alex Colon (as "Manuel"), Ayn Ruymen (as "Polly Meara"). Standbys: Don Billett (as "Lou Tanner"), Jan Farrand (as "Evy Meara/Toby Landau"), Kenneth Kimmins (as "Jimmy Perry"), Hector Troy (as "Manuel"), Eda Zahl (as "Polly Meara"). Replacement cast: Understudy: Philip Cusack (as "Jimmy Perry"). Produced by Arnold Saint Subber. Note: (1) Eugene O'Neill Theatre was at the time owned by Neil Simon (as Nancy Enterprises Inc.). Note: Filmed as Only When I Laugh (1981).

(1962) He directed Rick Besoyan's musical, "Little Mary Sunshine," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Eileen Brennan, G. Woods, and Gary Oakes in the cast.

(1968) He acted in Robert Ludlum's play, "Black Comedy," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Orson Bean, Mel Dowd and Paula Trueman in the cast. Jerry Adler was director.

(1973) He acted in Jean Kerr's play, "Mary, Mary," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Betsy Palmer in the cast. Porter Van Zandt was director.


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