In 1974, he co-starred in an unsold sitcom pilot called Shirts/Skins which was based on the successful TV movie of the previous year. The pilot was never aired.
(1965- ). Active on Broadway
in the following productions:
(1965). Stage Play: The Zulu and the Zayda. Musical comedy. Book by Howard Da Silva
and Felix Leon. Music by Harold Rome
. Lyrics by Harold J. Rome. Based on a story by Dan Jacobson. Music orchestrated by Meyer Kupferman. Scenic Design and Lighting Design by William Eckart
and Jean Eckart
. Directed by Dore Schary
. Cort Theatre: 10 Nov 1965- 16 Apr 1966 (179 performances + 24 previews that began on 18 Oct 1965). Cast: Norman Barrs (as "Tommy Layton"), Sarah Cunningham (as "Helen Grossman"), Ossie Davis
(as "Johannes"), Peter DeAnda (as "Peter"), Louis Gossett Jr.
(as "Paulus"), Ed Hall (as "William"), Robert Hewitt
(as "Groenwald"), James Higgins (as "Koofer"), Max Jacobs (as "Dyckboom"), John Randolph Jones (as "Eric"), Sandra Kent (as "Woman with Baby Carriage/Nurse"), Yaphet Kotto
(as "John") [Broadway debut
], Sholom Ludvinsky (as "Mourner"), David Mogck (as "Policeman"), Charles Moore (as "Mr. Lamene"), John Pleshette
(as "David Grossman") [Broadway debut
], Joe Silver (as "Harry Grossman"), Menasha Skulnik (as "Zayda"), Christine Spencer (as "Joan"), Ella Thompson (as "Mrs. Lamene"), Phil Vandervort
(as "Arthur Grossman"). Understudies: Sandra Kent (as "Helen Grossman"), Charles Moore (as "Peter/William") and Ella Thompson (as "Joan"). Replacement actors: Salem Ludwig (as "Mourner"), Leslie Redford (as "Tommy Layton"). Understudies: Ed Hall (as "Johannes"), Yaphet Kotto (as "Paulus"), Salem Ludwig
(as "Harry Grossman/Zayda"). Produced by Dore Schary and Theodore Mann.
(1968). Stage Play: Leda Had a Little Swan. Comedy. Written by Bamber Gascoigne. Directed by Andre Gregory. Cort Theatre: 29 Mar 1968 [scheduled but never opened]. Produced by Claire Nichtern.
(1968). Stage Play: Jimmy Shine. Written by Murray Schisgal. Music by John Sebastian. Lyrics by John Sebastian
credit]. Scenic Design by Edward Burbridge. Directed by Donald Driver
. Brooks Atkinson Theatre: 5 Dec 1968- 26 Apr 1969 (161 performances + 20 previews). Cast: Dustin Hoffman
(as "Jimmy Shine"), Barbara Cason
(as "Miss Green"), Gale Dixon (as "Millie"), Dorothy Emmerson (as "Rita"), Johnny Evans (as "Boy Dancer"), Rose Gregorio
(as "Rosie Pitkin"), Kim Lang (as "Girl"), Cleavon Little
(as "Lee Haines") [Broadway debut
], Rue McClanahan
(as "Sally Weber"), Eli Mintz
(as "Mr. Lepke"), Pamela Payton-Wright (as "Constance Fry"), John Pleshette
(as "Boy"), David Sabin (as "Man in Closet"), Susan Segal (as "Girl Dancer"), Charles Siebert (as "Michael Leon"), Susan Sullivan (as "Elizabeth Evans"), Joel Warfield (as "2nd Boy"), Arnold Wilkerson (as "Arnold").Understudies: Barbara Cason (as "Sally Weber"), Dorothy Emmerson (as "Elizabeth Evans/Miss Green"), Kim Lang (as "Rita/Rosie Pitkin"), Joseph Leon
(as "Mr. Lepke"), John Pleshette (as "Jimmy Shine"), Susan Segal (as "Millie"), Joel Warfield (as "Michael Leon") and Arnold Wilkerson
(as "Lee Haines"). Replacement actor: Avril Gentles
(as "Miss Green") [from ? Mar 1969- ?]. Produced by Claire Nichtern and Zev Bufman
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