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(1953- 1983). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1953). Stage Play: End as a Man. Written by Calder Willingham. based on his book. Directed by Jack Garfein. Vanderbilt Theatre (moved to The Lyceum Theatre from 17 Dec 1953- close): 14 Oct 1953- 16 Jan 1954 (105 performances). Cast: Robert Dirk, Anthony Franciosa (as "Starkson") [Broadway debut], Ben Gazzara (as "Jocko de Paris") [Broadway debut], Martin Greenlee, Harry Guardino (as "Cadet Officer") [Broadway debut], Richard Heimann, Pat Hingle (as "Harold Koble"), Paul E. Richards, Marc Richman, Eli Rill, Steven Ross, Albert Salmi (as "Roger Gatt"), Warren Slocum (as "Second Orderly"), William Smithers (as "Robert Marquales"), Arthur Storch (as "Maurice Maynall Simmons") [Broadway debut], Frank M. Thomas (as "Gen. Draughton"), Richard Vogel. Produced by Claire Heller.

(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.

Girls of Summer (1956). Written by N. Richard Nash. Featuring the song "Girls of Summer" composed by Stephen Sondheim. Stage Manager: Irving Buchman. Assistant Stage Mgr: Lou Antonio [earliest Broadway credit]. Directed by Jack Garfein. Longacre Theatre: 19 Nov 1956- 5 Jan 1957 (56 performances). Cast: Shelley Winters (as "Hilda Brookman"), Pat Hingle (as "Jules Taggart"), George Peppard (as "Mickey Argent") [Broadway debut], Lenka Peterson (as "Binne Brookman"), Arthur Storch (as "Gene Mitchell"), Nellie Burt (as "Mrs. Mitchell") [final Broadway role], John Harkins (as "Tommy Brookman"), Sandra Stevens (as "Phyllis Brookman"). Produced by Cheryl Crawford.

(1965). Stage Play: The Impossible Years. Comedy. Written by Bob Fisher and Arthur Marx. Scenic Design by William Pitkin. Lighting Design by Martin Aronstein. Costume Design by Ann Roth. Company Manager: Emanuel Azenberg [earliest Broadway credit]. Directed by Arthur Storch. Playhouse Theatre: 13 Oct 1965- 27 May 1967 (670 performances + 2 previews that began on 11 Oct 1965). Cast: Alan King (as "Dr. Jack"), Donna Baccala (as "Francine"), Sudie Bond (as "Miss Hammer"), Kenneth Carr (as "Wally"), Bert Convy (as "Richard Merrick"), Jane Elliot (as "Linda Kingsley"), Scott Glenn (as "Andy"), Michael Hadge (as "Bartholomew Smuts"), Jack Hollander (as "Arnold Brecher"), Kenneth Kealey (as "Irwin Kniberg"), Terrence Logan (as "Ricky Fleisher"), Pamela Murphy, Jeff Siggins, Neva Small (as "Abbey Kingsley"), Michael Vale (as "Dr. Harold Fleisher"), Janet Ward. Produced by David Black and Walter A. Hyman. Replacement actors: David Cumins, Gale Dixon, Robert Jundelin, Sam Levene (as "Dr. Jack Kingsley"), Leland Mayford, Ed McMahon (as "Dr. Jack Kinglsey") [from 17 Jan 1966 to close/only Broadway credit], Paul Nesbitt (as "Wally"). Note: Filmed as The Impossible Years (1968).


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