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(1938- 1968). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1938). Stage Play: Escape This Night. Melodrama. Written by Robert Steiner and Harry Horner. Directed by Robert Steiner. 44th Street Theatre: 22 Apr 1938- May 1938 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast: Robert Allen, Albert Bergh, Donald Black, Ronald Brogan, Francesca Bruning, Edward Butler, Donald Cameron, Peter Carhartt, Irene Cattell (as "Gossipy Woman" and "Ruth's Mother"), Virginia Chauvenet, Gage Clarke, Gertrude Clemens, Enid Cooper, Phyllis Cornell, Walter Coy (as "Wilson "Alabama" Rice"), Hume Cronyn (as "Steve"), Dearon Darnay, Harry Fisher, Richard Freeman, Helen Golden, Frank Gould, Arthur Griffin, Ellen Hall, John Halloran, Betty Jenckes, Frances Kay, Giles Kellogg, Peter Kinnell, Bradford Kirkbride, Arnold Korff (as "Mr. Richter"), Dorothy Littlejohn, George Matthews, Margaret Ormsby, Barbara Paige, Calvin Thomas (as "Mr. Brock"), John Toll, Virginia Tracy (as "Miss Ellswood") [final Broadway role], Jack Tyler, David Wayne (as "Ensemble") [Broadway debut], Maurice Wells, Mrs. Charles Willard. Produced by Robinson Smith.

(1938). Stage Play: Dance Night.

(1939). Stage Play: The American Way. Written by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager. Costume Design by Irene Sharaff. Lighting Design by Hassard Short. Scene Technician for Mr. Oenslager: Isaac Benesch. Assistant to Miss Sharaff: Anna Hill Johnstone and Florence Keady. Press Representative: John Peter Toohey. Conducted by Oscar Levant. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Center Theatre: 21 Jan 1939- Jun 1939 (closing date unknown/164 performances). Cast: Fredric March (as "Martin Gunther"), Florence Eldridge (as "Irma Gunther"), McKay Morris (as "Samuel Brockton"), Ruth Weston (as "Winifred Baxter"), Eve Abbott, Albert Amato, Jack Arnold (as "Ed Lorenz"), Suzanne Ashbrook, Cathie Bailey, Alan Bandler, Bobby Barron, Robin Batcheller, Vivian Baule, Joseph Beale, Walter Beck (as "A Minister"), Herman Belmonte, Mary Bennett, Ronald Bennett, Evelyn Bernie, Whit Bissell [credited as Whitner Bissell] (as "Karl, Age 21"), Milton Blumenthal, Orin Borston, Mary Brandon, Louise Buck, Buddy Buehler, Eileen Burns, Joe Bush, Hugh Cameron (as "Mayor McEvoy"), Eleanore Campsall, Gloria Carey, Gerry Carr, Eldridge Carson, Kenneth Casey, Teddy Casey, Natalie Chilvers, Laura Church, Norma Clerc, Beatrice Cole, Daniel Conway, 'Russell Conway' (qq), George Cotton, Alex Courtney, Ed Crosswell, Harry Crox, Tom Curley, Robert Cushman, Kenneth Dana, Ethel Darling, Gretchen Davidson, Bud Davis, Celeste DeBellis, Louis Delgado, Sandford Dody, Gene Douglas, Dorothy Downs, Katherine Duncan, Helen Edwards, Marian Edwards, Clark Eggleston (as "Ensemble"), Edward Elliott, Ruth Enders, Elsa Ersi (as "Clara Heinrich"), Herbert Everin, Gilbert Fates, Edward Fisher, Alice Fitzsimmons, Janet Fox, Eugene Francis, Vincent Gardiner, Bob Gewald, Herbert Goff, Brant Gorman, Carl Gose, Sydney Grant (as "Dr. Squires"), Norma Green, Claire Greenwood, Donn Hagerty, Gilbert Haggerty, Ann Hagye, Vernon Hammer, Robert Hanley, Lola Harris, Michael Harvey, William Hawes, James Hayes, George Herndon, Alan Hewitt (as "Alex Hewitt"), Nina Hill, Mary Hoban (as "Ensemble"), Cynthia Holbrook, Danny Hood, Claire Howard, Carol Hulings, Bradford Hunt, Buddy Irving, Carl Johnson, Peter Johnson, Marilyn Jolie, Curtis Karpe (as "Ensemble"), Allen Kearns, Walter Kelly, John Kerr, Robert Kerr, Lila King, Dorothy Knox, William Layton (as "Ensemble"), Kenneth Le Roy, Michael Leonard, Tommy Lewis, Richard Lloyd, Audrey Lodge, Constance Lodge, Virginia Lodge, John Long, John Lorenz, Betty MacDonald, James MacDonald, Marvel MacInnis (as "Ensemble"), Edward Mann, Jules Mann, Adrienne Marden, Jean Martel, Remi Martel, Gaylord Mason, Buddy Matthews, Gordon Merrick, Dorothy Miller, Gordon Mills, Patricia Minty, Carman Mitchell, Lois Montgomery, James Moore, Mona Moray, Mary Murray, May Muth, Florrie Nadel, Edna Nagy, Cecil Natapoff, Doris Newcomb, Donald O'Day, Grace O'Malley, LeRoi Operti (as "Dr. MacFarlane"), Margaret Owens, Melvin Parks, Judy Parrish, Lee Parry, Albert Patterson, Charles Payne, Jeannie Belle Perry, Martha Pickens, Gloria Pierre, Elinor Pittis, Philip Pollard, Jean Porter, Janet Regan, Ronald Reiss, George Repp, Robert Rhodes, Eric Roberts, James Roland, Mary Romano, Peggy Romano, Sylvia Roseman, James Russo, Nathaniel Sack, Stephen Sandes, Ray Santos, Lesley Savage, Dora Sayers, Louise Segal, Nat Seigal, Jeanne Shelby, Thomas Speidel, Don Starr, Mary Stevenson, Rodney Stewart, Sidney Stone, Elliott Stranger, Ruth Strome, Daphne Sylva, Jerry Sylvon, Ward Tallman (as "Henry Courtney"), John Thomas, Jerome Thor (as "Ensemble"), Frances Thress, Harry Todd, Carl Urbont, Grace Valentine, Dick Van Patten (as "Karl Gunther, Age 9; Martin Gunther's grandchild"; credited as Dickie Van Patten), Joan Vitez, Julia Walsh, George Ward, Jeanne Wardley, David Wayne (as "Karl Gunther"), William Welch, Maurice Wells, Peggy Wells, Alan Wenfield, Bob White, Albert Whitley, Nancy Whitman, Lynn Whitney, Mary Williamson, Lois Winston, Janice Winter, Barbara Wooddell, Gene Yell. Produced by Sam Harris and Max Gordon.

(1939). Stage Play: The American Way. [Return engagement]. Written by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. Music by Oscar Levant. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Center Theatre: 17 Jul 1939- 23 Sep 1939 (80 performances). Cast: Jack Arnold, Bobby Barron, Walter Beck (as "A Minister"), Whit Bissell [credited as Whitner Bissell] (as "Karl, Age 21"), Mary Brandon, Buddy Buehler, Eileen Burns, Hugh Cameron, Gerry Carr, Teddy Casey, Norma Clerc, Alex Courtney, Robert Cushman, Gretchen Davidson, Katherine Duncan, Marian Edwards, Florence Eldridge (as "Irma Gunther"), Edward Elliott, Elsa Ersi, Gilbert Fates, Janet Fox, Brant Gorman, Sydney Grant, George Herndon, Alan Hewitt, Claire Howard, Bradford Hunt, Buddy Irving, Allen Kearns, Walter Kelly, Tommy Lewis, Richard Lloyd, Virginia Lodge, John Long, John Lorenz, Lorna Lynn, James MacDonald, Fredric March (as "Martin Gunther"), Adrienne Marden, James Moore, Mona Moray, McKay Morris, Mary Murray, LeRoi Operti (as "Dr. MacFarlane"), Elinor Pittis, Janet Regan, Robert Rhodes, James Russo, Stephen Sandes, Dora Sayers, Jeanne Shelby, Sidney Stone, Ward Tallman (as "Henry Courtney"), Jerome Thor (as "Factory Worker"), Grace Valentine, Dick Van Patten (as "Karl Gunther, Age 9, Martin Gunther's grandchild"), Jeanne Wardley, David Wayne (as "Karl Gunther"), Maurice Wells, Ruth Weston (as "Winifred Baxter"), Bob White, Barbara Wooddell. Produced by Sam Harris and Max Gordon.

(1940). Stage Play: The Scene of the Crime. Drama. Written by Frank Gould. Directed by Frank Merlin. Fulton Theatre: 28 Mar 1940- 4 Apr 1940 (12 performances). Cast: Hallam Bosworth (as "Arthur Hanley"), King Calder (as "Dr. William Hood"), Margaret Callahan (as "Marion Hanley"), Kitty Cosgriff (as "Stella Hanley"), Alan Hale Jr. (as "Bob Hanley"), Elaine Kent (as "Edith Hanley"), Howard Lane (as "Spence"), Louise Latimer (as "Jean"), Robert Morrow (as "Larry Pearson"), Louis Sorin (as "Tobias Rosenfeld"), Chester Stratton (as "David Hanley"), Sheila Trent (as "Katherine"), David Wayne (as "Jimmy Hanley"). Produced by Harry Howard.

(1943). Stage Play: The Merry Widow. Musical (revival). Book by Sidney Sheldon and Ben Roberts. Choreographed by George Balanchine. Majestic Theatre: 4 Aug 1943- 6 May 1944 (322 performances).

(1944). Stage Play: Peepshow. Comedy. Written by Ernest Pascal [final Broadway credit]. Directed by David Burton. Fulton Theatre: 3 Feb 1944-26 Feb 1944 (28 performances). Cast: Edward Broadley (as "Porter") [final Broadway role], Elizabeth Dewing (as "Nurse"), John Emery (as "Jonathan Mallet"), Tamara Geva (as "Leonie Cobbe"), Dayton Lummis (as "Waiter"), Lionel Monagas (as "Julius"), Joan Tetzel (as "Jessica Broome"), David Wayne (as "His Conscience"), Dwight Weist (as "Tommy Cobbe"). Produced by Ernest Pascal and Samuel Bronston.

(1946). Stage Play: Park Avenue. Musical comedy. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Material by Nunnally Johnson and George S. Kaufman. Musical Direction by Charles Sanford. Choreographed by Helen Tamiris. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Shubert Theatre: 4 Nov 1946- 4 Jan 1947 (72 performances). Cast: Dorothy Bird (as "Mrs. Laura Woods"), Robert Chisholm (as "Charles Crowell"), Leonora Corbett (as "Mrs. Sybil Bennett"), Martha Errolle (as "Mrs. Elsa Crowell"), Virginia Gordon (as "Carole Benswanger"), Joan Mann (as "Mrs. Beverly Meredith"), Arthur Margetson (as "Ogden Bennett"), Ruth Matteson (as "Mrs. Myra Fox"), Harold Mattox (as "Ted Woods"), Ray McDonald, Charles Purcell (as "Reggie Fox"), Byron Russell (as "Carlton"), William Skipper (as "James Meredith"), Wilson Smith (as "Freddie Coleman"), Martha Stewart, Raymond Walburn (as "Richard Nelson"), David Wayne (as "Mr. Meachem"), Mary Wickes (as "Mrs. Betty Nelson"). Produced by Max Gordon.

(1947). Stage Play: Finian's Rainbow. Musical comedy. Book by E.Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy. Music by Burton Lane. Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett and Don Walker. Musical Director: Milton Rosenstock. Vocal arrangements by Lyn Murray. Dance arrangements by Trude Rittman. Assistant Vocal arrangements: Ray Charles. Choreographed by Michael Kidd. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Eleanore Goldsmith. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Assistant to Mr. Mielziner: John Harvey. Directed by Bretaigne Windust. 46th Street Theatre: 10 Jan 1947- 2 Oct 1948 (725 performances). Cast: Lucas Aco, Anita Alvarez, Arlene Anderson, Bette Anderson, Robert Billheimer (as "Dancer"), Eddie Bruce, Robert Eric Carlson, Ralph Waldo Cummings, Royal Dano (as "Mr. Shears"), Kenneth Davis (as "Dancer"), Harry Day, Charles Dayton (as "Singer"), Nathaniel Dickerson, Jane Earle, Michael Ellis, Lorenzo Fuller, Cyprionne Gabel (as "Dancer"), Alan Gilbert, William Greaves, Eleanore Gregory (as "Dancer"), Erona Harris (as "Dancer"), Theodore Hines, Ann Hutchinson (as "Dancer"), Mimi Kelly (as "Singer"), Jerry Laws, Ella Logan, Eve Lynn, Norma Jane Marlowe, Dolores Martin (as "Singer"), Tom McElhany, Vera McNichols, Ann Mitten, Lyn Murray, Frank Neal, Roger Orhadieno (as "Dancer"), Eddie Phillips (as "Dancer"), Robert Pitkin, Donald Richards, Elayne Richards, James Flash Riley (as "Dancer"), Louis Sharp, Albert Sharpe (as "Finian McLonergan"), Maude Simmons, (as "4th Sharecropper/Singer") Roland Skinner (as "John, the Preacher/Singer"), Augustus Smith Jr. (as "Henry"), Kathleen Stanford (as "Dancer"), Helen Stanton (as "Singer"), Arthur Tell, Sonny Terry, Dorothy Tucker (as "Dancer"), Margaret Tynes (as "Singer"), Edythe Udane(as "Dancer"), David Wayne (as "Og"), Gene Wilson (as "Dancer"), Eleanor Winter (as "Singer"), Diane Woods (as "Diane"). Replacement actors: George Charles (as "1st Deputy"), Dorothy Claire (as "Sharon McLonergan"), Charles J. Davis (as "1st Deputy"), Mary Dawson (as "Diane"), James Grimes (as "Other Child/Henry"), Sheila Guyse (as "Singer/5th Sharecropper"), Regina Jouvin (as "Other Child"), Beryl Kaye (as "Susan Mahoney"), P.J. Kelly (as "Finian McLonergan"), Pearl Lang (as "Susan Mahoney"), Brayton Lewis (as "2nd Deputy/2nd Sharecropper/Singer"), Marijane Maricle (as "Singer"), Norma Jane Marlowe (as "Jane"), Ian Martin (as "Finian McLonergan"), William McDaniel (as "2nd Geologist/Singer"), Coyal McMahan (as "2nd Passion Pilgrim Gospeleer/Singer"), Peggy Murray (as "Dancer"), Jack Nagle (as "Dancer"), David Newman (as "Dancer"), Betty Nichols (as "Dancer"), James O'Neill (as "Finian McLonergan"), Albert Popwell (as "Dancer"), Morty Rappe (as "Singer"), Thomas Reider (as "Singer"), Elayne Richards (as "Honey Lou"), William Scully (as "4th Sharecropper/Singer"), Maude Simmons (as "3rd Sharecropper"), Larry Stewart (as "1st Sharecropper/Singer"), Gene Tobin (as "Singer/4th Sharecropper"), Harry Townes (as "Og"), Philip Truex (as "Og"), Onna White (as "Dancer"), Parker Wilson (as "Dancer"), Eleanor Winter (as "Tourist"), Nan Wynn (as "Sharon McLonergan"), Louis Yetter (as "3rd Deputy/Dancer/Tourist"), Joe Yule (as "Finian McLonergan"). Understudies: George Charles (as "1st Geologist"), Charles J. Davis (as "1st Geologist/Og"), James Grimes (as "Henry/Honey Lou"), Sheila Guyse (as "5th Sharecropper"), Brayton Lewis (as "Mr. Robust"), Bertha Powell (as "3rd Sharecropper"), Thomas Reider (as "1st Deputy/1st Sharecropper/2nd Sharecropper/Mr. Shears"), Philip Truex (as "Og"). Produced by Lee Sabinson and William R. Katzell. Note: Filmed by Warner Bros./Seven Arts as Finian's Rainbow (1968).

(1948). Stage Play: Mister Roberts. Comedy. Written by Thomas Heggen (based on his novel) and Joshua Logan. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Joshua Logan. Alvin Theatre: 18 Feb 1948- 6 Jan 1951 (1157 performances). Cast: Henry Fonda (as "Lieutenant (jg) Roberts"), William Harrigan (as "The Captain"), Robert Keith (as "Doc"), David Wayne (as "Ensign Pulver"), Tige Andrews (as "Ensemble"), Robert Baines (as "Wiley"), Fred Barton (as "Gerhart"), Joe Bernard (as "Ensemble"), Jocelyn Brando, John Campbell (as "Reber"), Ellis Eringer (as "Ensemble" , Murray Hamilton (as "Shore Patrol Officer"), Steven Hill (as "Stefanowski"), Marshall Jamison(as "Military Policeman"), John Jordan, Mikel Kane, Brian Keith [credited as Bob Keith Jr.] (as "Ensemble"), Lee Krieger (as "Schlemmer") [Broadway debut], John Kullers (as "Ensemble"), Rusty Lane (as "Chief Johnson"), Harvey Lembeck (as "Insignia"), Karl Lukas (as "Lindstrom"), Joe Marr, Ralph Meeker (as "Mannion"), Walter Mullen, Jack Pierce, James Sherwood, Len Smith Jr., Sanders Turner, Casey Walters (as "Doltan"). Replacement actors: Tige Andrews [credited as Tiger Andrews] (as "Schlemmer"), Larry Blyden (as "Ensign Pulver/Shore Patrol Officer"), Bart Burns, Don Fellows (as "Ensemble'), Murray Hamilton', Henry Hull (as "Doc"), Robert Keith (as "Mannion"), Mary Malone (as "Lieutenant Ann Girard"), Jan Merlin, Alvy Moore (as "Ensign Pulver"), Mickey Schiller, Philip Schuyler (as "Ensemble"), Rufus Smith (as "Shore Patrol Officer"), Paul Stewart (as "Doc"), Dick Van Patten (as "Ensign Pulver"), Eli Wallach (as "Stefanowski"). Produced by Leland Hayward. Note: Filmed by Warner Bros./Orange Productions [distributed by Warner Bros.] as Mister Roberts (1955) [a smash hit].

(1953). Stage Play: The Teahouse of the August Moon. Comedy. Written by John Patrick. Based on the novel by Vern J. Sneider. Music composed by Dai-Keong Lee. Scenic Design and Lighting Design by Peter Larkin. Directed by Robert Lewis. Martin Beck Theatre: 15 Oct 1953- 24 Mar 1956 (1027 performances). Cast: John Forsythe (as "Capt. Fisby"), David Wayne (as "Sakini"), Paul Ford (as "Col. Wainright Purdy III"), Larry Gates (as "Capt. McLean"), William Hansen, Mariko Niki, Richard Akagi, Joyce Chen, Norman Chi, Kaie Deei, Jerry Fujikawa (as "A Villager"), Kikuo Hiromura, Kame Ishikawa, Harry Jackson, Laurence Kim, Mara Kim, Naoe Kondo, Chuck Morgan, Shizu Moriya, Frank Ogawa, Mary Ann Reeve, Saki, Kuraji Seida, Yuki Shimoda, Moy Moy Thom, Vivian Thom, Haim Winant, Kenneth Wong. Produced by Maurice Evans. Produced in association with George Schaefer. Note: Filmed by MGM as The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956).

(1956). Stage Play: The Ponder Heart. Comedy. Written by Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov. Based on a story by Eudora Welty. Directed by Robert Douglas. Music Box Theatre: 16 Feb 1956- 23 Jun 1956 (149 performances). Cast: David Wayne (as "Uncle Daniel Ponder"), Will Geer (as "Dorris R. Gladney"), Juanita Hall (as "Narciss"), Don Hanmer (as "De Yancey Clanahan"), Sarah Marshall (as "Bonnie Dee Ponder"), Una Merkel (as "Edna Earle Ponder"), Daniel Bergin (as "Jurors and Spectators"), Joe Bishop (as "Jurors and Spectators"), Theodore Browne (as "Jacob"), Edwin Buckley (as "Purdel Peacock"), Vinie Burrows (as "Sarah"), William Dwyer (as "Clyde"), Mary Farrell (as "Mrs. Bodkin"), Donald Foster (as "Dr. Eubanks"), Tom Geraghty (as "Jurors and Spectators"), Barbara Jean Gilliam (as "Eloise"), Harold Grau (as "Mr. Peacock"), Jim Holden (as "Jurors and Spectators"), J. Talbot Holland (as "Al"), James Karr (as "Clerk"), Charlotte Klein (as "Mrs. Peacock"), Johnny Klein (as "Rodney"), Richard Klein (as "Bruce Peacock"), Tony Kraber (as "Bailiff"), David Leland Mr. Springer"), Alan Manson (as "Foreman"), Dwight Marfield (as "Truex Bodkin"), John Marriott (as "Big John"), Junior Marshall (as "Willie"), John McGovern (as "Judge Waite"), Helen Quarrier (as "Treva Peacock"), Richard Rothrock (as "Jurors and Spectators"), Jeanne Shelley (as "Johnnie Ree Peacock"), Lieselotte Singer (as "Jurors and Spectators"), Ruth White (as "Teacake Magee"), Noel Williams (as "Sam"). Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Sidney Howard).

(1956). Stage Play: The Loud Red Patrick. Comedy. Written by John Boruff. Suggested by the book by Ruth McKenney. Scenic Design by Paul Morrison. Directed by Robert Douglas. Ambassador Theatre: 3 Oct 1956- 22 Dec 1956 (93 performances). Cast: James Congdon (as "Ralph Penrose"), Nancy Devlin (as "Mary Flannigan"), Mary Farrell (as "Mrs. Gallup"), Renne Jarrett (as "Rita Flannigan"), James Karr (as "Richard"), Arthur Kennedy (as "Patrick Flannigan"), Kimetha Laurie (as "Rosalie Flannigan"), Peggy Maurer (as "Maggie Flannigan"), David Wayne (as "Mr. Finnigan"). Produced by David Wayne, Robert Douglas and Richard W. Krakauer.

(1958). Stage Play: Say, Darling. Comedy. Book by Richard Bissell, Abe Burrows and Marian Bissell. Based on the best-selling novel by Richard Bissell. Music by Jule Styne. Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Dance arrangements by Peter Howard. Dances by Matt Mattox. Directed by Abe Burrows. ANTA Playhouse (moved to The Martin Beck Theatre from 8 Dec 1958- close): 3 Apr 1958- 17 Jan 1959 (332 performances). Cast: Vivian Blaine (as "Irene Lovelle"), Johnny Desmond (as "Rudy Lorraine"), David Wayne (as "Jack Jordan"), Wana Allison (as "Arlene McKee/Kid in the Show"), Gordon B. Clarke (as "Mr. Schneider"), Steve Condos (as "Sammy Miles"), Jerome Cowan, Marcella Dodge (as "Kid in the Show"), Robert Downing (as "Charlie Williams"), Constance Ford (as "Frankie Jordan"), Elliott Gould (as "Earl Jorgeson/Kid in the Show"), Mitchell Gregg (as "Rex Dexter"), Peter Howard (as "Sideman/Accompanist"), Barbara Hoyt (as "Kid in the Show"), Walter Klavun (as "Morty Krebs"), Kelly Leigh (as "Joyce/Kid in the Show"), Eileen Letchworth (as "June, The Secretary"), Jack Manning (as "Pilot Roy Peters"), Julie Marlowe (as "Kid in the Show"), Wendell Marshall (as "Sideman"), Virginia Martin (as "Cheryl Merrill"), Jean Mattox (as "Jennifer Stevenson/Tatiana/Kid in the Show"), Matt Mattox (as "Boris Reshevsky"), Horace McMahon, Robert Morse, Colin Romoff (as "Maurice, A Pianist"), Richard Tone (as "Kid in the Show"), Calvin von Reinhold (as "Kid in the Show"). Understudies: Gordon B. Clarke (as "Morty Krebs/Schatzie Harris"), Bill Heyer (as "Rudy Lorraine"), Walter Klavun (as "Richard Hackett"), Eileen Letchworth (as "Frankie Jordan"), Jack Manning (as "Jack Jordan"), Virginia Martin (as "Irene Lovelle"), Jack Naughton (as "Ted Snow") and Richard Tone (as "Boris Reshevsky"). Produced by Jule Styne and Lester Osterman Jr. Associate Producer: George Gilbert.

(1960). Stage Play: Send Me No Flowers. Comedy. Written by Norman Barasch and Carroll Moore. Scenic Design and Lighting Design by Frederick Fox. Directed by James Dyas. Brooks Atkinson Theatre: 5 Dec 1960-7 Jan 1961 (40 performances). Cast: Helen-Jean Arthur, Bruce Brighton, Heywood Hale Broun, Judy Carrol, Richard McMurray, Frank Merlin, Michael Miguel O'Brien, Carolyn Olsen, Nancy Olson, Joe Ponazecki, Peter Turgeon, David Wayne (as "George Kimball"). Produced by Courtney Burr and Edward Specter Productions Inc. Note: Filmed by Martin Melcher Productions [distributed by Universal Pictures] as Send Me No Flowers (1964).

(1962). Stage Play: Venus at Large. Comedy. Written by Henry Denker. Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager. Directed by Rod Amateau. Morosco Theatre: 12 Apr 1962- 14 Apr 1962 (4 performances + 1 preview). Cast: Jack Bittner, Sally Gracie, Joyce Jameson, Leon Janney, William Prince, Ernest Truex (as "J.B. Bannister), Boris Tumarin, David Wayne (as "Sonny Stone"), Robert Yuro. Produced by Joel W. Schenker.

(1963). Stage Play: Too Good to Be True. Comedy (revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Incidental Music by Mitch Leigh. Scenic Design by Paul Morrison. Directed by Albert Marre. 54th Street Theatre: 12 Mar 1963- 1 Jun 1963 (94 performances + 2 previews that began on 9 Mar 1963). Produced by Paul Vroom, Buff Cobb and Burry Fredrik. Associate Producer: Robert M. Newsom.

(1964). Stage Play: After The Fall. Drama.

(1964). Stage Play: Marco Millions (revival).

(1964). Stage Play: But For Whom Charlie. Written by S.N. Behrman [final Broadway credit during lifetime]. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Elia Kazan. ANTA Washington Square Theatre: 12 Mar 1964- 2 Jul 1964 (47 performances/performed in repertory with After the Fall and Marco Millions). Cast: Mariclare Costello (as "Sheila Maloney"), Faye Dunaway (as "Faith Prosper"), Salome Jens, Clinton Kimbrough, Barbara Loden (as "Sheila Maloney"), Ralph Meeker (as "Charles Taney"), Jason Robards (as "Seymour Rosenthal"), Patricia Roe, Diane Shalet, Michael Stroud (as "Harry Lorch"), David Wayne (as "Brock Dunaway"). Produced by The Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center.

(December 3, 1964 - May 7, 1965) "Incident at Vichy," original drama, written by Arthur Miller; directed by Harold Clurman; Stanley Beck (portraying Bayard); C. Thomas Blackwell (portraying Police Guard); James Dukas (portraying Second Detective); Pierre Epstein (portraying Prisoner); James Greene (portraying Police Captain); Hal Holbrook (portraying Major); Graham Jarvis (portraying Ferrand); Clint Kimbrough (as Clinton Kimbrough) (portraying Hoffman); Will Lee (portraying Old Jew); Ira Lewis (portraying Boy); Tony Lo Bianco (portraying Prisoner); Paul Mann (portraying Marchand); Stephen Peters (portraying Prisoner); Alek Primrose (portraying First Detective); Harold Scott (portraying Gypsy); David J. Stewart (portraying Monceau); Michael Strong (portraying LeBeau); John Vari (portraying Prisoner); Jack Waltzer (portraying Waiter); David Wayne (portraying Von Berg); and Joseph Wiseman (portraying LeDuc); on Broadway at the ANTA Washington Square Theatre, Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (99 total performances, unknown previews).

(1965). Stage Play: The Yearling. Musical. Alvin Theatre: 10 Dec 1965-11 Dec 1965 (3 performances + 11 previews).

(1968). Stage Play: The Happy Time. Musical comedy. Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Book by N. Richard Nash. Based on the play by Samuel Taylor. Based on the book by Robert Fontaine. Musical Director: Oscar Kosarin. Vocal arrangements by Oscar Kosarin. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Dance and incidental music arrangements by Marvin Laird. Choreographed by Gower Champion. Associate Choreographer: Kevin Carlisle. Directed by Gower Champion. Broadway Theatre: 18 Jan 1968- 28 Sep 1968 (286 performances + 23 previews that began on 29 Dec 1967). Cast included Robert Goulet, Charles Durning, Leonard Crofoot, Wayne Dugger, Paul Dwyer, Vicki Powers, Teddy Williams, Marc Winters. Standbys: Ben Kapen (. "Grandpere Bonnard/Louis Bonnard") and Iva Withers (as "Felice Bonnard/Suzanne Bonnard"). Understudies: Leonard Crofoot (as "Bibi Bonnard") and Vicki Powers (as "Laurie Mannon"). Produced by David Merrick.

(1960's). Stage: Starred in the comedy "Send Me No Flowers" early in the 1960s in the first season of the Playhouse-on-the-Mall, a theater started in the Bergen Mall shopping center in Paramus, NJ, by Robert Ludlum, who later became the famous novelist of thrillers.

(1966). Stage: Appeared (as "Cap'n Andy") in "Show Boat" at Lincoln Center, New York, 1966.

Under his real name, early in his career, he was a puppeteer for the Tatterman Marionettes,particularly in their elaborate "Peer Gynt".

(195?). Album: Appeared on a recording of "The Glass Menagerie" for Caedmon Records with Jessica Tandy, Montgomery Clift and Julie Harris, directed by Howard Sackler.

(1972). Unsold pilot: In 1972 he starred with Geraldine Brooks in a pilot for NBC called "The Dark Side", a dramatic anthology with tales of suspense that did not deal with supernatural events.

(1963- 1966). Radio: He was the Saturday morning host on the NBC Radio program "Monitor" from 1963 to 1965.

(May 20, 1934) He played Wayne McKeekan in Howard Lindsay's play, "She Loves Me Not," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.


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