Other Works

  • (August 2002) : Plays Ben Jonson in "Swansong" play by Patrick Page (White Barn Theater, Westport, Connecticut, USA).
  • (2005, December) Appeared as Sir George Crofts in the George Bernard Shaw play "Mrs. Warren's Profession" at the Irish Repertory Theatre, Manbhatten, New York, USA.
  • (1980) He acted in Sammy Cahn and Albert Marre's musical, "An April Song," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Glynis Johns in the cast.
  • (February 25, 1999 to March 29, 1999) He played George in Edward Albee's play, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?," at the Pittsburgh Public Theater, North Side, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Bonnie Franklin (Martha), Karl Kenzler (Nick), and Penny Balfour (Honey) in the cast.Ted Pappas was director. Michael Schweidkardt was set designer.
  • (November 13, 2014 to December 14, 2014) He acted in Ed Dixon's play, "L'Hotel," at the Pittsburgh Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Deanne Lorette, Daniel Hartley, Brent Harris, Kati Brazda, Tony Triano, Evan Zes and Erika Cuenca in the cast. James Noone was set designer. David C. Woolard was costume designer. Kirk Bookman was lighting designer. Zach Moore was sound designer. Ted Pappas was director.
  • (March 6, 2007 to April 6, 2007) He played Salter in Caryl Churchill's play, "A Number," at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Craig Baldwin (Sons) in the cast. Jesse Berger was director. Beowulf Boritt was set and costume designer. Scott Zielinski was lighting designer. Zach Moore was sound designer. Stuart Howard was casting director. Fred Noel was production stage manager. Rebecca J. Stevens was assistant stage manager. Ted Pappas was artistic director.
  • (June 1, 2000 to July 2, 2000) He acted in Edward Gilbert's adaptation of Anton Chekhov's play, "The Cherry Orchard," at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Brian Dykstra, Joel Friedman, Heather Goldenhersh, Gillian Jacobs, Deborah Kipp, Harry O'Toole, Doug Rees, Jack Ryland, Roger Sergabi, Mark Boyett, Lisa Levy, Sam Nicotero, Joan Rosenfels, Don Salvo and Cathy Vonderau in the cast. Edward Gilbert was also director. Mark Negrin was set and costume designer. Dennis Parichy was lighting designer. James Capenos was sound designer.
  • (January 8 to 25, 1986) He played Jean Baptiste Poqueline De Moliere in Mikhail Bulgakov's play, "The Royal Comedians," in a Brown-Forman Classics in Context Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Maeve McGuire (Madeleine Béjart); Melody Combs (Armande Béjart De Moliére); Steve Wise (Philbert Du Croisy); Richard Ziman (Prompter/The Honest Cobbler); Ray Fry (Jean-Jacques Bouton); Christian Kauffmann (Charles Varlet De La Grange); Anne Suite (Mariette Rivale); Bob Burrus (The Charlatan/Marquis De Lessac); Steve Rankin (Marquis d'Orsini ("One-Eye, Start Praying!"); Christian Baskous (Zacharie Moirron); Frederic Major (Louis XIV); Andy Backer (Marquis De Charron- Andy Backer); Vaughn McBride (Father Barthélemy/Brother Force); Robert Brock (Brother Fidelity); Debra Lynn Reichley (An Unknown Woman); and Anita Adsit (Reneé) in the cast. Ellendea Proffer was director. Lázló Marton was director.

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