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(1961- 1975). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1961). Stage Play: Once There Was a Russian.

(1968). Stage Play: A Cry of Players.

(1969). Stage Play: Indians. Written by Arthur Kopit. Music by Richard Peaslee. Choreographed by Julie Arenal. Directed by Gene Frankel. Brooks Atkinson Theatre: 13 Oct 1969- 3 Jan 1970 (96 performances + 16 previews). Cast: Stacy Keach (as "Buffalo Bill"), Manu Tupou (as "Sitting Bull"), Tom Aldredge (as "Senator Logan"), Clinton Allmon (as "Cowboy") [Broadway debut], Juan Antonio (as "Naiche"), Dimitra Arliss (as "Teskanjavila"), Philip Arsenault (as "Low Dog"), Yusef Bulos (as "Interpreter"), Kevin Conway (as "Black Hawk"), Ronny Cox (as "Jesse James/Reporter"), Darryl Croxton (as "Master Valet/Reporter"), Peter DeMaio (as "Touch-the-Clouds"), Princeton Dean (as "Kiokuk"), Brian Donohue (as "Valet/Bartender/Reporter"), Dortha Duckworth (as "First Lady"), Charles Durning (as "Ned Buntline"), Michael Ebbin (as "Old Taza"), Wesley Fata (as "Yellow Cloud"), Jay Fletcher (as "Little Hawk"), Tom Fletcher (as "White Antelope"), Ted Goodridge (as "Howling Wolf"), Pamela Grey (as "Annie Oakley"), Bob Hamilton (as "Trial Soldier/Cowboy"), Edward Henkel (as "Satanta"), Barton Heyman (as "Wild Bill Hicock"), Raul Julia (as "Grand Duke Alexis/Uncas/Poncho"), Dino Laudicina (as "Crazy Horse"), Peter MacLean (as "Ol' Time President/Colonel Forsyth"), Richard McKenzie (as "Senator Dawes"), Robert McLane (as "He-Who-Hears-Thunder"), Richard Miller (as "Cowboy"), George Mitchell (as "Chief Joseph"), Richard Nieves (as "Trial Soldier/Cowboy"), Richard Novello (as "Valet/Lieutenant"), Leon Oxman (as "Indian Drummer"), Tony Posk (as "White House Orchestra"), Joseph Ragno (as "Valet"), Jon Richards (as "Senator Morgan"), Ed Rombola (as "Geronimo/Billy the Kid"), Peter Rosenfelt (as "White House Orchestra"), Allan Silverman (as "Indian Drummer"), James J. Sloyan (as "Spotted Tail"), Andy Torres (as "Red Cloud"), Pascual Vaquer (as "Tecumseh"), Sam Waterston (as "John Grass"), Gary Weber (as "Kicking Bear"). Produced by Lyn Austin, Oliver Smith, Joel W. Schenker and Roger L. Stevens. Associate Producer: Steve Sinn.

(1970). Stage Play: The Engagement Baby.

(1972). Stage Play: Lost in the Stars. Musical/tragedy (revival).

(1972). Stage Play: The Lincoln Mask.

(1975). Stage Play: The Night That Made America Famous. Musical revue. Music by Harry Chapin. Lyrics by Harry Chapin. Conducted by Stephen Chapin. Keyboards: Steve Chapin [credited as Stephen Chapin]. Guitars, Banjo, Harmonica: Tom Chapin. Percussion: Jim Chapin. Drums: Howie Fields. Lead Guitar: Doug Walker. Assistant Conductor: John Wallace. Bass: John Wallace. Cello: Mike Masters. Woodwinds: Buzz Brauner. Violin: Harry Cykman. Choreographed by Doug Rogers. Directed by Gene Frankel [final Broadway credit]. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 26 Feb 1975- 6 Apr 1975 (47 performances + 14 previews that began on 14 Feb 1975. Produced by Edgar Lansbury and Joseph Beruh. Produced in association with The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman. Bernard B. Jacobs: President).

(May 1 to June 8, 1969) He directed Arthur Kopit's play, "Indians," in an American premiere at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. with Stacy Keach (Buffalo Bill Cody), Manu Tupou, Raul Julia, Richard Venture, Morris Engle, Barry Primus, Howard Witt, Robert Prosky, Peter MacLean, Barton Heyman, Ed Rombola, Grayce Grant, Dimitra Arliss, Phyllis Somerville, Jay Fletcher, Ronny Cox, Richard G. Holmes, Yusef Bulos, Richard Bauer, Darryl Croxton and Brian Donohue in the cast. Richard Peaslee was composer. Kert Lundell was set designer. Marjorie Slaiman was costume designer. Virginia Freeman was choreographer.

(February 26 to April 4, 1971) He directed Stanley R. Greenberg's play, "Pueblo," at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C.


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