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(1968) Stage: Appeared in "The House of Atreus" on Broadway. Drama (revival).

(1968) Stage: Appeared in "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui" on Broadway.

(1971). Stage Play: The Trial of the Catonsville Nine. Written by Daniel Berrigan. Text prepared for New York production by Saul Levitt. Scenic Design by Peter Wexler. Costume Design by Albert Wolsky. Directed by Gordon Davidson. Lyceum Theatre: 2 Jun 1971- 26 Jun 1971 (29 performances). Cast: Mason Adams (as "Judge"), Jacqueline Coslow (as "Marjorie Melville"), Ronnie Claire Edwards [credited as Ronnie Clair Edwards] (as "Mary Moylan"), Peter Gorwin (as "Marshal"), Barton Heyman (as "John Hogan"), Biff McGuire (as "Philip Berrigan"), Michael Moriarty (as "George Mische"), Gerry Murphy (as "Marshal"), James O'Connell (as "Marshal"), Joe Ponazecki (as "Thomas Melville"), Davis Roberts (as "Prosecution") [final Broadway role], Colgate Salsbury (as "Daniel Berrigan"), Josef Sommer (as "Defense"), Helen Stenborg (as "Witness"), Sam Waterston (as "Thomas Lewis"), James Woods (as "David Darst"). Understudies: Jake Dengel (as "Daniel Berrigan/Defense/Prosecution"), Nancy Franklin (as "Marjorie Melville/Mary Moylan/Witness"), Peter Gorwin (as "David Darst/George Mische/Thomas Lewis") and Arlen Dean Snyder [credited as Arlen Snyder] (as "John Hogan, Judge/Philip Berrigan/Thomas Melville"). Produced by Leland Hayward and The Phoenix Theatre (Edward Hambleton [credited as T. Edward Hambleton]: Co-Founder and Managing Director. Norris Houghton: Co-Founder). Note: Adapted as the film The Trial of the Catonsville Nine (1972), produced by Gregory Peck [Melville Productions].

(1973) Stage: Appeared (as "Julian Weston") in "Find Your Way Home" on Broadway. Written by John Hopkins. Directed by Edwin Sherin. Brooks Atkinson Theatre (moved to The Biltmore Theatre 25 Mar 1974-close): 13 Dec 1973- 4 May 1974 (136 performances + 14 previews). Cast: Jane Alexander (as "Jacqueline Harrison"), John Ramsey (as "David Powell"), Lee Richardson (as "Alan Harrison"). Produced by Rick Hobard. NOTE: Moriarty won the Tony Award for Best Actor.

(1979) Stage: Appeared in "G.R. Point" on Broadway.

(1983). Stage Play: The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial. Drama (revival). Written by Herman Wouk. Directed by Arthur Sherman. Circle in the Square Theatre: 15 Apr 1983- 6 Nov 1983 (216 performances + 20 previews that began on 15 Apr 1983. Cast: William Atherton (as "Lt. Cmdr. John Challee"), John Rubinstein (as "Lt. Barney Greenwald"), Jace Alexander (as "SM3 Junius Urban"), Clinton Allmon (as "Member of the Court/Officer of the Caine at hotel"), Richard Arbolino (as "Orderly"), Warren Ball (as "Member of the Court"), Chad Burton (as "Member of the Court/Officer of the Caine at hotel"), J. Kenneth Campbell (as "Lt. Thomas Keefer"), Sam Coppola (as "Member of the Court/Officer of the Caine at hotel"), Daniel Davin (as "Member of the Court"), Oliver Dixon (as "Member of the Court"), Jonathan Hogan (as "Lt. (j.g.) Willis Seward Keith"), Geoffrey Horne (as "Dr. Bird"), Stephen Joyce (as "Capt. Blakely"), Michael Moriarty (as "Lt. Cmdr. Philip Francis Queeg"), Tom Paliferro (as "Stenographer"), Jay O. Sanders (as "Lt. Stephen Maryk"), Leon B. Stevens (as "Dr. Forrest Lundeen"), Brad Sullivan (as "Capt. Randolph Southard"). Replacement actors: Joe Namath (as "Lt. Stephen Maryk") [Broadway debut], D.B. Sweeney [Broadway debut]. Produced by Circle in the Square (Theodore Mann: Artistic Director. Paul Libin: Managing Director) and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Note: This was the first Broadway revival since the original 1954 production.

(1993) Stage: Appeared in "My Fair Lady" on Broadway.

(1971) Stage: Appeared in "The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail", Alley Theatre, Houston, TX.

(1985) Starred in a one-man video about the life of Thomas Merton. The video was produced by Paulist Press, and won a Dove Award.

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