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(1965- ). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1965). Stage Play: Baker Street. Musical. Book by Jerome Coopersmith [earliest Broadway credit]. Music by Marian Grudeff and Raymond Jessel. Lyrics by Marian Grudeff and Raymond Jessel. Adapted from the stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Musical Director: Harold Hastings. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Dance arrangements by John Morris. Adapted from the stories of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The songs "Buffalo Belle," "Cold Clear World of the Intellect" and "I Shall Miss You Holmes" by Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick. Choreographed by Lee Becker Theodore. Production Design by Oliver Smith. Costume Design by Motley. Directed by Harold Prince. Broadway Theatre (moved to The Martin Beck Theatre from 3 Nov 1965- close): 16 Feb 1965- 14 Nov 1965 (311 performances + 6 previews that began on 10 Feb 1965). Cast: Martin Gabel (as "Professor Moriarty"), Inga Swenson (as "Irene Adler"), Fritz Weaver (as "Sherlock Holmes"), Martin Ambrose (as "Ensemble"), Sara Lee Barber (as "Ensemble"), Barbara Blair (as "Ensemble"), Frank Bouley (as "Ensemble"), Lois Castle (as "Ensemble"), Jack Dabdoub (as "Ensemble"), Gay Edmond (as "Ensemble"), Paddy Edwards (as "Mrs. Hudson"), Judie Elkins (as "Ensemble"), Maria Graziano (as "Ensemble"), Teddy Green (as "Wiggins"), John Grigas (as "Ensemble"), Horace Guittard (as "Ensemble"), Avind Harum (as "One of the Killers"), Patrick Horgan (as "Captain Gregg"), Peter Johl (as "Ensemble"), Daniel Keyes (as "Inspector Lestrade"), Mara Landi (as "Ensemble"), George Lee (as "Perkins"), Gwenn Lewis (as "Tavern Singer/Ensemble"), Bert Michaels (as "Duckbellows"), Hal Norman (as "Ensemble"), Jay Norman (as "Murillo"), Sal Pernice (as "Nipper"), Peter Sallis (as "Dr. Watson"), Diana Saunders (as "Ensemble"), Mark Jude Sheil (as "Macipper"), Tommy Tune (as "One of the Killers") [Broadway debut], Virginia Vestoff (as "Daisy"), Christopher Walken (as "One of the Killers"), Vera Walton (as "Ensemble"), Martin Wolfson (as "Baxter"). Standby: Virginia Vestoff (as "Irene Adler"). Understudies: Martin Ambrose (as "Baxter"), Frank Bouley (as "Inspector Lestrade"), Jack Dabdoub (as "Professor Moriarty"), Judie Elkins (as "Daisy"), John Grigas (as "One of the Killers"), Horace Guittard (as "Captain Gregg"), Avind Harum (as "Murillo"), Mara Landi (as "Mrs. Hudson/Mrs. Hudson"), Bert Michaels (as "Wiggins"), Hal Norman (as "Dr. Watson"), Ron Paré (as "Duckbellows/Macipper/Nipper/Perkins/Wiggins"). Replacement actors during Broadway Theatre run: Patricia Gosling (as "Ensemble"), Eric Mason (as "Ensemble"). Replacement actors during Martin Beck Theatre run: Joe Bennett (as "Wiggins"), Lois Castle (as "Tavern Singer"), Larro Chelsi (as "Ensemble"), Hugh Dempster (as "Dr. Watson"), Marilyn D'Honau (as "Ensemble"), Tina Faye (as "Ensemble"), George Fisher (as "Murillo"), Daniel P. Hannafin (as "Ensemble"), Harry Kalkanis (as "One of the Killers"), Richard Marr (as "Ensemble"), Eric Mason (as "Ensemble"), Richard Miller (as "Ensemble"), Marie O'Kelley (as "Ensemble"), Seymour Penzner (as "Professor Moriarty"), Toni Reither (as "Ensemble"), Mary Roche (as "Ensemble"), Bob Scherkenbach (as "Duckbellows"), Clive Thompson (as "One of the Killers"), Ian Tucker (as "Macipper"). Standby: Barbara Lang (as "Irene Adler"). Produced by Alexander H. Cohen. Produced in association with Gabriel Katzka. Produced with permission of The Estate of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

(1966). Stage Play: A Joyful Noise. Musical. Music by Oscar Brand and Paul Nassau. Lyrics by Oscar Brand and Paul Nassau. Book by Edward Padula. Based on "The Insolent Breed" by Borden Deal. Music orchestrated by William Stegmeyer. Choreographed by Michael Bennett. Assistant Choreographer: Leland Palmer and Jo-Jo Smith. Directed by Edward V. Padula. Mark Hellinger Theatre: 15 Dec 1966- 24 Dec 1966 (12 performances + 4 previews that began on 28 Nov 1966). Cast: Martin Ambrose (as "Freddy, Saw Mill Boys and The Motley Crew"), Bonnie Ano (as "Ensemble Dancer"), Ken Ayers (as "Director/Ensemble Singer"), Chrissy Bocchino (as "Ensemble Dancer"), Shawn Campbell (as "John Tom"), Paul Charles (as "Boy/Ensemble Dancer"), Clifford David (as "Brother Locke"), Susan Donovan (as "Ensemble Dancer"), Jack Fletcher (as "Stage Manager/Ensemble Singer"), Winston DeWitt Hemsley (as "Ensemble"), Baayork Lee (as "Ensemble Dancer"), Stuart Mann (as "Ensemble Singer"), Eric Mason (as "Ensemble Singer"), George Mathews (as "Walter Wishenant"), Veronica McCormick (as "Ensemble Singer"), Jack Metté (as "Announcer/Ensemble Singer"), Charles Morley (as "Jaybird, Saw Mill Boys and The Motley Crew"), Karen Morrow (as "Mary Texas"), April Nevins (as "Ensemble Dancer"), Leland Palmer (as "Miss Jimmie"), Scott Pearson (as "Boy/Ensemble Dancer"), Alan Peterson (as "Boy/Ensemble Dancer"), Diane Phillips (as "Ensemble Dancer"), Barry Preston (as "Boy/Ensemble Dancer"), Jessica Quinn (as "Ensemble Singer"), John Raitt (as "Shade Motley"), Steven Ross (as "Ensemble Dancer"), Darrell Sandeen (as "Ensemble Singer"), Joy Serio (as "Ensemble Dancer"), Jo-Jo Smith (as "Bailey/Ensemble Dancer"), Oatis Stephens (as "Oscar, Saw Mill Boys and The Motley Crew"), Melissa Stoneburn (as "Ensemble Dancer "), Swen Swenson (as "Bliss Stanley"), Diane Tarleton (as "Ensemble Singer"), Linda Theil (as "Ensemble Singer"), Jamie Thomas (as "Ensemble Singer"), Tommy Tune (as "Tommy, Saw Mill Boys and The Motley Crew/Ensemble Dancer"), Carol Flynn Vasquez (as "Ensemble Dancer"), Art Wallace (as "Sam Fredrickson"), Susan Watson (as "Jenny Lee"), Eric Weissberg (as "De Witt, Saw Mill Boys and The Motley Crew"). Understudies: Chrissy Bocchino (as "Miss Jimmie"), Jack Fletcher (as "Brother Locke"), Jack Metté (as "Shade Motley), Von O'Fallon (as "John Tom"), Darrell Sandeen (as "Walter Wishenant"), Jamie Thomas (as "Jenny Lee/Mary Texas"), Tommy Tune (as "Saw Mill Boys"). Produced by Edward Padula and L. Slade Brown.

(1967). Stage Play: How Now, Dow Jones. Musical comedy. Music by Elmer Bernstein. Lyrics by Carolyn Leigh. Book by Max Shulman. Musical Director: Peter Howard. Vocal arrangements by Peter Howard. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang. Choreographed by Gillian Lynne. Directed by George Abbott. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre: 7 Dec 1967- 15 Jun 1968 (220 performances + 19 previews that began on 21 Nov 1967). Cast: Martin Ambrose (as "Jones/Singer"), Oscar Anthony (as "Dancer"), Linnea Chandler (as "Dancer"), James Congdon (as "Herbert"), Joel Conrad (as "Dancer"), Patricia Cope MacKenzie [credited as Patricia Cope] (as "Dancer"), Leigh Curran (as "Singer"), Jennifer Darling (as "Sue Ellen") [Broadway debut], Patti Davis (as "Judy Evans/Singer"), Sally De May (as "Mrs. Harris"), Frank DeSal (as "Tycoon/Customers' Man/Dancer"), Lois Etelman (as "Dancer"), Rex Everhart (as "Bradbury"), Bill Gibbens (as "Singer"), Bob Gorman (as "Nichols/Tycoon/Customers' Man/Singer"), Maria Hero (as "Singer"), Cyndi Howard (as "Dancer"), Arthur Hughes (as "A. K."), Barnard Hughes (as "Senator McFetridge"), Yanco Inone (as "Dancer"), Charlotte Jones (as "Mrs. Millhauser"), John Joy (as "Tycoon/Customers' Man/Singer"), Lucie Lancaster (as "Mrs. Callahan"), Eileen Lawlor (as "Dancer"), Debra Lyman (as "Dancer"), Marlyn Mason (as "Kate"), Joe McGrath (as "Broker/Singer"), Jack Murray (as "Singer"), Alexander Orfaly (as "Wally/Tycoon/Singer"), Anna Pagan (as "Singer"), Diana Quijano (as "Dancer"), George Ramos (as "Dancer"), Sally Ransone (as "Dancer"), Tony Roberts [credited as Anthony Roberts] (as "Charley"), Ron Schwinn (as "Lion/Dancer"), Hiram Sherman Wingate"), Stanley Simmonds (as "Dow"), Francesca Smith (as "Mrs. Ragosa"), Sammy Smith (as "Dr. Gilman"), Doug Spingler (as "Customers' Man/Dancer"), Ron L. Steinbeck (as "Dancer"), Fran Stevens (as "Mrs. Klein"), Dixie Stewart (as "Singer"), Pat Trott (as "Dancer"), Tommy Tune (as "Waiter"), Brenda Vaccaro (as "Cynthia"), Mara Worth (as "Singer"), Standby: Lester James (as "Charley"). Understudies: Martin Ambrose (as "Senator McFetridge"), Patricia Cope (as "Sue Ellen"), Leigh Curran (as "Cynthia"), Maria Hero (as "Kate"), Alexander Orfaly (as "Wingate"), Stanley Simmonds (as "A. K./Dr. Gilman") and Fran Stevens (as "Mrs. Millhauser"). Replacement actors: Barnard Hughes (as "Wingate"), [from 4 Mar 1968- ?], Barney Martin (as "Bradbury") [from 4 Mar 1968- ?], Anna Pagan (as "Judy Evans"), Robert St. Clair (as "Dancer"), Ted Tiller (as "Senator McFetridge") [from 4 Mar 1968- ?], Robert Van Hooton, Lee Wilson (as "Dancer"). Understudies: Martin Ambrose (as "Bradbury"), Ted Tiller (as "Wingate"). Produced by David Merrick. Produced by arrangement with Edwin H. Morris & Co. Associate Producer: Samuel Liff'.

(1973). Stage Play: Seesaw. Musical/romantic comedy.

(1978). Stage Play: The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.

(1980). Stage Play: A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine.

(1982). Stage Play: Nine. Musical drama. Book by Arthur Kopit. Music by Maury Yeston. Lyrics by Maury Yeston. Adaptation from the Italian by Mario Fratti. Music orchestrated by Jonathan Tunick. Musical Director: Wally Harper. Choral composition and musical continuity by Maury Yeston. Choreographed by Thommie Walsh. Scenic Design by Lawrence Miller. Costume Design by William Ivey Long. Directed by Tommy Tune. 46th Street Theatre: 9 May 1982- 4 Feb 1984 (729 performances + 19 previews that began 22 Apr 1982). Cast: Raul Julia (as "Guido Contini"), Karen Akers (as "Luisa Contini") [Broadway debut], Shelly Burch, Stephanie Cotsirilos, Stephanie Necrophorus, Kate Dezina, Taina Elg, Liliane Montevecchi, Anita Morris, Kathi Moss, Camille Saviola, Evans Allen, Jeanie Bowers, Kim Criswell, Colleen Dodson, Lulu Downs (as "Gretchen von Krupf"), Louise Edeiken, Cameron Johann, Laura Kenyon, Linda Kerns, Nancy McCall, Cynthia Meryl, Rita Rehn (as "Renata"), Dee Etta Rowe, Jadrien Steele, Patrick Wilcox, Alaina Warren Zachary. Replacement actors: Eileen Barnett, Luisa Contini, Catherine Campbell (as "Renata"), Bert Convy [During Raul Julia's vacation] (as "Guido Contini") [from 10 Jan 1983- ?] [final Broadway role], Kim Criswell (as "Claudia"), Clare Fields (as "Our Lady of the Spa"), Sergio Franchi (as "Guido Contini") [from 9 May 1983- ?], Sott Grimes (as "Young Guido's Schoolmate"), Priscilla Lopez (as "Liliane La Fleur"), Maureen McGovern (as "Luisa Contini") [from 6 Dec 1982- ?], Beth McVey (as "Carla"), Rita Rehn (as "Stephanie Necrophorus"), Wanda Richert (as "Carla"), Barbara Stock (as "Claudia"), Barbara Walsh (as "Francesca"). Produced by Michel Stuart, Harvey J. Klaris, Roger S. Berlind, James M. Nederlander, Francine LeFrak and Kenneth D. Greenblatt. Associate Producer: Mark Beigelman. Produced in association with Shulamith, Michael N. Appell, Jerry Wexler and Michael Kleinman Productions. Note: Based on Fellini's classic film "8 1/2". "Nine" was revived in 2003 and won the Tony Award for Best Musical Revival.

(1982). Stage Play: The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.

My One And Only (1983).

Stepping Out (1987).

(1989). Stage Play: Grand Hotel. Musical/drama. Book by Luther Davis. Music by Bob Wright [credited as Robert Wright] and George Forrest. Lyrics by Robert Wright [credited as Robert Wright] and Chet Forrest [credited as George Forrest]. Additional music by Maury Yeston and Wally Harper. Additional lyrics by Maury Yeston. Based on "Grand Hotel" by Vicki Baum. By arrangement with the owner of the motion picture "Grand Hotel," Turner Entertainment Co. Music orchestrated by Peter Matz. Musical and Vocal Direction by Jack Lee. Incidental French dialogue: Michel Moinot. Choreographed by Tommy Tune. Directed by Tommy Tune. Martin Beck Theatre (moved to The George Gershwin Theatre from 3 Mar 1992- close): 12 Nov 1989- 25 Apr 1992 (1017 performances + 31 previews that began on 16 Oct 1989). Cast: Karen Akers (as "Raffaela, the Confidante"), Jennifer Lee Andrews (as "Hildegarde Bratts, Telephone Operator/Trudie, the maid"), David Carroll (as "Felix Von Gaigern, the Baron") [final Broadway role], Keith Crowningshield (as "Kurt Krönenberg, Bellboy"), Gerrit de Beer (as "Hanns Bittner, Bellboy"), Pierre Dulaine (as "The Gigolo"), David Elledge (as "Werner Holst, Scullery Worker"), Ben George (as "The Chauffeur"), Henry Grossman (as "Ernst Schmidt, Scullery Worker"), Rex D. Hays (as "Rohna, the Grand Concierge"), Suzanne Henderson (as "Sigfriede Holzhiem, Telephone Operator/The Hotel Courtesan"), David Jackson (as "One of The Jimmys"), Mitchell Jason (as "Sandor, the Impressario"), Ken Jennings (as "Georg Strunk, Bellboy"), J.J. Jepson (as "Willibald, Bellboy captain"), Timothy Jerome (as "General Director Preysing, Saxonia Mills"), Michael Jeter (as "Otto Kringelein, the Bookkeeper") [final Broadway role], Jane Krakowski (as "Flaemmchen, the Typist"), Charles Mandracchia (as "The Doorman"), Yvonne Marceau (as "The Countess"), Michel Moinot (as "Witt, the Company Manager"), Liliane Montevecchi (as "Elizaveta Grushinskaya, the Ballerina"), Kathi Moss (as "Madame Peepee"), Lynette Perry [credited as Lynnette Perry] (as "Wolfe Bratts, Telephone Operator") [Broadway debut], Hal Robinson (as "Zinnowitz, the Lawyer"), William Ryall (as "Franz Kohl, Scullery Worker/The Detective"), Bob Stillman (as "Erik, Front Desk"), Danny Strayhorn (as "One of The Jimmys"), Walter Willison (as "Gunther Gustafsson, Scullery Worker"), John Wylie (as "Colonel Doctor Otternschlag"). Swings: Michael DeVries (as "Swing"), Niki Harris (as "Swing") and Glenn Turner (as "Swing"). Standbys: Mark Jacoby (as "Colonel Doctor Otternschlag/Felix Von Gaigern/General Director Preysing/Saxonia Mills") and Penny Worth (as "Elizaveta Grushinskaya/Madame Peepee/Raffaela"). Understudies: Gerrit de Beer (as "Sandor"), Michael DeVries (as "Erik/Zinnowitz"), Niki Harris (as "The Countess"), Ken Jennings (as "Witt"), J.J. Jepson (as "Otto Kringelein/The Gigolo"), Lynette Perry (as "Flaemmchen"), William Ryall (as "Rohna/The Chauffeur") and Glenn Turner (as "One of The Jimmys"). Replacement actors during Martin Beck Theatre run: Brooks Almy (as "Madame Peepee"), Jerry Ball (as "Franz Kohl, Scullery Worker/The Detective"), Brent Barrett (as "Felix Von Gaigern, the Baron"), Caitlin Brown (as "Raffaela, the Confidante"), Michael-Demby Cain (as "One of The Jimmys"), Rene Ceballos (as "Elizaveta Grushinskaya, the Ballerina"), Cyd Charisse (as "Elizaveta Grushinskaya, the Ballerina") [Broadway debut], Valerie Cutko (as "Raffaela, the Confidante"), Debbie de Coudreaux (as "Raffaela, the Confidante"), Michael DeVries (as "General Director Preysing, Saxonia Mills"), George Dudley The Doorman"), Pascale Faye (as "The Countess"), Merwin Goldsmith (as "Zinnowitz, the Lawyer"), Mark Jacoby (as "Felix Von Gaigern, the Baron"), J.J. Jepson (as "Otto Kringelein, the Bookkeeper"), Delyse Lively-Mekka (as "Flaemmchen, the Typist/Tootsie/Wolfe Bratts, Telephone Operator"), Carlos Lopez (as "Kurt Krönenberg, Bellboy"), Edmund Lyndeck (as "Colonel Doctor Otternschlag") [during John Wylie's vacation], Lisa Merrill McCord (as "Hildegarde Bratts, Telephone Operator/Trudie, the maid"), Austin Pendleton (as "Otto Kringelein, the Bookkeeper"), Luis Perez (as "The Chauffeur"), Michael Piehl (as "Werner Holst, Scullery Worker"), Jill Powell (as "Hildegarde Bratts, Telephone Operator/Trudie, the maid"), Abe Ribald (as "The Detective"), John Schneider (as "Felix Von Gaigern, the Baron") [Broadway debut], Rex Smith (as "Felix Von Gaigern, the Baron"), Meg Tolin (as "Tootsie/Wolfe Bratts, Telephone Operator"), Walter Willison (as "Felix Von Gaigern, the Baron") (During John Schneider's vacation Nov 1991- Dec 1991], Greg Zerkle (as "Felix Von Gaigern, the Baron"), Chip Zien (as "Otto Kringelein, the Bookkeeper"). Standbys: Tina Paul (as "Elizaveta Grushinskaya"), Walter Willison (as "Felix Von Gaigern"). Understudy: Meg Tolin (as "Flaemmchen"). Replacement cast during George Gershwin Theatre run: Zina Bethune (as "Elizaveta Grushinskaya, the Ballerina"), Lynnette Perry (as "Flaemmchen, the Typist"). Produced by Martin Richards, Mary Lea Johnson, Sam Crothers, Sander Jacobs, Kenneth D. Greenblatt, Paramount Pictures Corporation and Jujamcyn Theaters (James H. Binger: Chairman. Rocco Landesman: President). Produced in association with Patty Grubman and Marvin A. Krauss. Associate Producer: Sandra Greenblatt, Martin R. Kaufman and Kim Poster.

(1991). Stage Play: The Will Rogers Follies.

Tommy Tune Tonite! (1992). Special production.

(1980) He and Peter Masterson directed Carol Hall's musical, "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas", at the 46th Street Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Fannie Flagg, Gil Rogers and Dolores Hall in the cast.

(February 26, 1981) He and Peter Masterson directed Carol Hall's musical, "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas", in it's West End Premiere at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London, England with Henderson Forsythe, Carlin Glynn and Betsy Brantley in the cast.

(June 15, 1988) Guest on "Live on Five".

(1992) He directed Robert Wright and George Forrest's musical, "Grand Hotel," at the Dominion Theatre in London, England with Liliane Montevecchi, Brent Barrett, Barry James, Barry Foster, Pierre Dulaine, and Yvonne Marceau in the cast.


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