(January 3 to February 26, 1995) He acted in Christopher Sergel adaptation of John G. Neihardt's book, "Black Elk Speaks," in a Denver Center Theatre Company production in a West Coast premiere at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Donovan Marley was director. Andrew V. Yelusich was costume designer.
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Back in the era of "park & bark" opera singers, the young Ned Romero was a fine actor and powerful baritone on the operatic stage, notably as a blood-chilling, villainous "Baron Scarpia" in Giacomo Puccini