Directed the one-woman play "The Belle of Amherst" starring Julie Harris
at the Longacre Theatre, Broadway, New York, NY.
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Won Broadway's 1962 Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Musical) for portraying Bud Frump in "How To Succeed In Business without Really Trying". Was also nominated in the same category in 1964 for "Hello, Dolly!". Also earned a 1997 Tony nomination as Best Director (Play) for working with longtime pal Julie Harris
in the revival of "The Gin Game". Reilly previously directed Harris in...