He directed Ralph Pape's play, "Say Goodnight, Gracie," at Travel Light Productions Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois with John Malkovich and Glenne Headly, directed by Austin Pendleton.
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I think every actor who's any good is the Method. Whether they know it or not. You either develop a capacity to believe what you're doing or you don't. And great actors who forswore the Method, John Gielgud, people like that, the man believes everything he's saying, so however he arrives at that, to me that's the Method. That's all it is, a technique to know what you're talking about and mean ...
Was nominated for Broadway's 1981 Tony Award as Best Director (Play) for directing Elizabeth Taylor
in a revival of Lillian Hellman
's "The Little Foxes." Years earlier he played Leo in said play on Broadway.