He acted in Molly Kazan's play, "The Egghead," in a world premiere at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio. Hume Cronyn was director.
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[on his friends's and his own experience working in the steel mills]: He said, "You're a fool. You realized there are people here, who aren't working, and having worked in 3 in 4 to 5 years, and you got a job, you're the one of the lucky ones, you got a job, and now you're going to leave." From where he came, he felt this is the greatest thing that could have ever happened to him. This country ...
He had not saved enough money to pay for one semester of schooling at the Goodman Theatre, the dramatic arm of the Chicago Art Institute, despite his working in the steel mills for a few years. He made a deal with the director of the program, hence, he gambled what little money he had agreeing that if he impressed the staff during his first semester, he would be given a full scholarship.
His expansive manner.