(1962) He directed the play, "Talking to You," at the Duke of York's Theatre in London, England with Terence De Marney, Harry Towb, Nigel Hawthorne, Andreas Markos, Johnny Sekka, Graham Payne, Thelma Holt, Derek Fuke, Alexis Kanner, and Rex Garner in the cast.
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[re his notes to Eugène Ionesco
's on his play 'Hunger and Thirst'] I had doubts about the second act that I read, and I told Ionesco that when I saw him in Paris. He got up, went into another room and came back with a script. 'How do you like this second act?' he asked. I did.
He enlisted in the Army in World War II, and received a bachelor's degree from the New School for Social Research in 1949. He then studied drama at the Actors Studio.