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  • (12/39) Stage: Appeared in George Bernard Shaw's play, "Major Barbara", at the Wesminster Theatre in London, England, with Milton Rosmer, Jean Cadell, Catherine Lacey, Stephen Murray, Mark Dignam and Michael Denison in the cast. John Fernald was the director.
  • (1938) Stage: Appeared in Eugene O'Neill's play, "Marco Millions", at the Westminster Theatre in London, England, with Griffith Jones, Stephen Murray, Max Adrian, Michael Denison, Catherine Lacey, George Howe, Vera Robson, Mario Francelli and George Woodbridge in the cast.
  • (1938) Stage: Appeared in J.B. Priestley's play, "Dangerous Corner", at the Westminster Theatre in London, England, with Ruth Lodge, Stephen Murray, Michael Denison, Catherine Lacey, Winifred Hindle and Lesley Brook in the cast.
  • (1955) Stage: Appeared in Michael Burn' play, "The Night of the Ball", at the New Theatre in London, England, with Gladys Cooper, Wendy Hiller, Jill Bennett, Barry Foster, Tony Britton and Thelma Holt in the cast. Joseph Losey was the director.
  • (1938 - 1969) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1938) Stage Play: Schoolhouse on the Lot. Comedy. Written by Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov. Scenic Design by Arne Lundborg. Directed by Phillip Dunning. Ritz Theatre: 22 Mar 1938- May 1938 (closing date unknown/55 performances). Cast: Walter Armin (as "Herman Godansky"), Buford Armitage (as "Sampson"), Nancy Barnwell, Edward Barry, Carter Blake, Donald Brown, Joe Brown Jr., Frederic Clark, Hylah Coley, Gerald A. Cornell, June Curtis, Virginia Dunning, Eleanor Flagg, William Foran, Averell Harris, Jean Harris (as "Dolly Shepard"/Alternate), Robert H. Harris (as "Lawrence M. Stone") [Broadway debut], Eda Heinemann (as "Miss Fish"), Jack Kelly, Natalynne LaGoff, Lucille Low, Sidney Lumet (as "Mickey"), Richard Manning, Mary Mason, James Moore, David Pelham, Robert Pelham, Betty Philson, Paton Price (as "Make-Up Man") [Broadway debut], Edward Ryan Jr., Julanne Sack, Nate Sack, Nancy Sheridan, Gerard Sloane, Houseley Stevenson (as "J.G. Hamilton"), Onslow Stevens (as "Peter Driscoll"), Thomas F. Tracey (as "Mr. Zarbel"), Charles Wagenheim. Produced by Philip Dunning. Produced by arrangement with George Jessel.
  • (1941) Stage Play: Brooklyn, U.S.A.
  • (1948) Stage Play: Look, Ma, I'm Dancin'! Music by Hugh Martin. Lyrics by Hugh Martin. Book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Ballet arrangements by Trude Rittman. Musical Director: Pem Davenport. Assistant to Hugh Martin: Buster Davis. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin. Choreographed by Jerome Robbins and George Abbott. Conceived by Jerome Robbins. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Directed by George Abbott and Jerome Robbins. Adelphi Theatre: 29 Jan 1948- 10 Jul 1948 (188 performances). Cast: Nancy Walker (as "Lily Malloy'), Sandra Deel (as "Suzy"), Virginia Gorski (as "Snow White"), Robert H. Harris (as "F. Plancek"), Harold Lang (as "Eddie Winkler"), Don Liberto (as "Wotan"), Alexander March (as "Vladimir Luboff"), Alice Pearce (as "Dusty Lee"), Tommy Rall (as "Tommy"), Janet Reed (as "Ann Bruce"), Katharine Sergava (as "Tanya Drinskaya"), Loren Welch (as "Larry"), Margaret Banks (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Forest Bonshire [credited as Forrest Bonshire] (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Dean Campbell (as "Bell Boy/Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Bruce Cartwright (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Raul Celada (as "Tanya's Partner/Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Leonard Claret (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Virginia Conwell (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Julie Curtis (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), 'Richard D'Arcy' (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Charles Dickson (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Clare Duffy (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Nina Frenkin (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), June Graham (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Patricia Hammerlee (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Mary Bly Harwood (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Priscilla Hathaway (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Eddie Hodge (as "Mr. Ferbish"), Eric Kristen (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Ina Kurland (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), James Lane (as "Mr. Gleeb"), Douglas Luther (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Bettye McCormick (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Gloria Patrice (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), James Pollack (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Dorothy Pyren (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Walter Rinner (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Herbert Ross (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Marten Sameth (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Dan Sattler (as "Stage Manager"), Walter Stane (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Gisella Svetlik (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"), Robert Tucker (as "Member of the Russo-American Ballet Company"). Understudies: Margaret Banks (as "Ann Bruce"), Forest Bonshire [credited as Forrest Bonshire] (as "Wotan"), Dean Campbell (as "Larry"), Leonard Claret (as "Eddie Winkler"), Sandra Deel (as "Lily Malloy"), Nina Frenkin (as "Tanya Drinskaya"), Eddie Hodge (as "Mr. Gleeb"), Eric Kristen (as "Tommy"), Bettye McCormick (as "Dusty Lee"), Gloria Patrice (as "Snow White") [Broadway debut], Walter Rinner (as "Stage Manager"), Herbert Ross (as "Vladimir Luboff") and Marten Sameth (as "F. Plancek"). Replacement cast: Betty Lou Barto (as "Lily Malloy"), Richard D'Arcy (as "Tanya's Partner"), Marie Foster (as "Dusty Lee"), Eric Kristen (as "Tommy"). Produced by George Abbott.
  • (1949) Stage Play: King Richard III. Historical drama (revival).
  • (1964) Stage Play: Foxy. Musical comedy.
  • (1965) Stage Play: Minor Miracle.
  • (1965) Stage Play: Xmas in Las Vegas.
  • (1969) Stage Play: Zelda. Comedy.
  • (1966) He acted in Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert's play, "Catch Me, If You Can," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Dennis Weaver in the cast.

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