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Other Works

  • (March 2002) : Plays Langley Collyer in "The Dazzle" play by Richard Greenberg (Gramercy Theatre, New York City, New York, USA).
  • Also acted in the following plays:
  • Dealers Choice
  • Four Dogs and a Bone
  • Hurrah At Last
  • John Finch in "Lobster Alice"
  • King Lear
  • Look Back in Anger
  • Ned Seton in "Holiday" (Drama Desk, Tony Award nominations)
  • Played Orin Scrivello, D.D.S. (and other roles) in "Little Shop of Horrors"
  • Played the title role in "Cellini"
  • Rocket to the Moon
  • The Moliere Comedies
  • The Seagull
  • The Tempest
  • Unwrap Your Candy
  • Proposals (1997). Comedy. Written by Neil Simon. Incidental music by Stephen Flaherty. Assistant Director: William Sanders. Directed by Joe Mantello. Broadhurst Theatre: 6 Nov 1997- 11 Jan 1998 (77 performances + 10 previews that began on 29 Oct 1997). Cast: Kelly Bishop (as "Annie Robbins"), L. Scott Caldwell (as "Clemma Diggins"), Suzanne Cryer (as "Josie Hines"), Katie Finneran (as "Sammii"), Dick Latessa (as "Burt Hines"), Matt Letscher (as "Ray Dolenz"), Peter Rini (as "Vinnie Bavasi"), Reg Rogers (as "Ken Norman"), Mel Winkler (as "Lewis Barnett"). Understudies: Brenda Denmark (as "Clemma Diggins"), Kit Flanagan (as "Annie Robbins), Nina Garbiras (as "Josie Hines/Sammii"), Rick Pasqualone (as "Ken Norman/Vinnie Bavasi"), Chuck Patterson (as "Lewis Barnett"), Matthew Rauch (as "Ken Norman/Ray Dolenz"), Robert Silver (as "Burt Hines"). Produced by Emanuel Azenberg. Associate Producer: Ginger Montel.
  • Broadway - "The Moliere Comedies" - 1995
  • (November 18, 1995 - January 14, 1996) "Holiday," comedy revival, written by Philip Barry; directed by David Warren; with Michael Countryman (portraying Nick Potter); Tony Goldwyn (portraying Johnny Case); Tom Lacy (portraying Edward Seton); Anne Lange (portraying Susan Potter); Laura Linney (portraying Linda Seton); Becca Lish (portraying Laura Cram); Reese Madigan (portraying Charles); Rod McLachlan (portraying Seton Cram); Jim Oyster (portraying Henry); Kim Raver (portraying Julia Seton); and Reg Rogers (portraying Ned Seton); on Broadway at the Circle in the Square Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York. (67 total performances, including 17 previews, beginning November 18, 1995)
  • (May 2005) : Plays Jean in "Miss Julie" play by August Strindberg adapted by Craig Lucas (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, New York City, New York, USA).
  • (2005, October) Appeared in the Itamar Moses play Bach at Leipzig at the off-Broadway New York Theatre Workshop, New York, New York.
  • (May 2006) : Plays Andrew Clay in "Ridiculous Fraud" play by Beth Henley (McCarter Theatre, Princeton, New Jersey, USA).
  • (Summer 2007) "Richard III," written by William Shakespeare; directed by Mark Rucker; with Reg Rogers (portraying Richard III); Sharon Lockwood; Lorri Holt; Liam Vincent; Elvy Yost; Blake Ellis; and Catherine Castellanos in the cast; at The California Shakespeare Theater, Orinda, California, USA.
  • (May 2012 - July 2012) Playing Richard Roma in "Glengarry Glen Ross" by David Mamet Gate Theatre, Dublin, Ireland.
  • (June 2012 - July 2012) Stage play: Glengarry Glen Ross - playing Ricky Roma, at Gate Theatre, Dublin, Ireland

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