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  • (November 2002) : Plays Robert in "Blue/Orange" play by Joe Penhall (Atlantic Theater Company, New York City, New York, USA).
  • (March 21, 2005 - September 18, 2005) "The Pillowman," original drama; written by Martin McDonagh; music by Paddy Cunneen; directed by John Crowley; with Billy Crudup (portraying Katurian); Jeff Goldblum (portraying Tupolski); Zeljko Ivanek (portraying Ariel); Michael Stuhlbarg (portraying Michal); Jesse Bronstein (as Jesse Shane Bronstein) (portraying Boy); Ted Koch (portraying Father); Madeleine Martin (portraying Girl); and Virginia Louise Smith (portraying Mother); on Broadway at the Booth Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (208 total performances, including 23 previews beginning March 21, 2005).
  • (April 14, 2006 - May 21, 2006) "The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial," dramatic revival; written by Herman Wouk; directed by Jerry Zaks; with Tim Daly (as Timothy Daly) (portraying Lt. Com. John Challee); Zeljko Ivanek (portraying Lt. Com. Philip Francis Queeg); David Schwimmer (portraying Lt. Barney Greenwald); Terry Beaver (portraying Captain Blakely); Ben Fox (portraying Lt. (Jr. Grade) Willis Seward Keith); Murphy Guyer (portraying Captain Randolph Southard); Geoffrey Nauffts (portraying Lt. Thomas Keefer); Tom Nelis (portraying Dr. Bird); Brian Reddy (portraying Dr. Forrest Lundeen); Joseph Sikora (as Joe Sikora) (portraying Lt. Stephen Maryk); and Paul David Story (portraying Signalman Third Class Junius Urban) in the cast; on Broadway at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (44 total performances, including 27 previews beginning April 14, 2006).
  • (1983) Received a Tony nomination for his tole in Neil Simon's "Brighton Beach Memoirs" playing the older brother. He lost to Matthew Broderick, who played the younger brother in the same play. Ironically Broderick would play the title role in the Cable TV version of "Master Harold... and the Boys," a role Ivanek had originated on the stage. The play opened at the Alvin Theater and was directed by Gene Saks.
  • (1981) Won Drama Desk Award for his dual role in off-Broadway's "Cloud Nine" written by Caryl Churchill
  • (1982) Created the title role in "Master Harold and the Boys" at the Yale Reoertory Theatre directed by the author Athol Fugard.
  • (December 10, 1982 to January 29, 1983) He acted in Neil Simon's play, "Brighton Beach Memoirs," in a world premiere at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Matthew Broderick, Elizabeth Franz, Peter Michael Goetz, Mandy Ingber, Jodi Thelen and Joyce Van Patten in the cast. Gene Saks was director.
  • (April 16 to June 28, 1992) He acted in Terrence McNally's play, "It's Only a Play," in presented by the Center Theatre Group/Ahmanson at the James A. Doolittle (University of California) Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Paul Benedict, Eileen Brennan, Dana Ivey, Sean O'Bryan, David Pierce, Charles Nelson Reilly and Doris Roberts in the cast. John Tillinger was director.
  • (May 18, 1981) He played Betty in Act I and Gerry in Caryl Churchill's play, "Cloud 9," in association with Michel Kleinman productions at the Lucille Lortel Theatre in New York City with Jeffrey Jones (Clive/Edward in Act II); Don Amendolia (Joshua/Cathy); Concetta Tomei (Edward in Act I; Victoria) Veronica Castang (Maud/Lin); E. Katherine Kerr (Ellen/Mrs. S./Betty in Act II); and Nicolas Surovy (Harry Bagley/Martin) in the cast. Michel Stuart and Harvey J. Klaris were producers. Tommy Tune was director. Lawrence Miller was set designer. Michel Stuart and Gene London were costume designers. Marcia Madeira was lighting designer. Maury Yeston was composer of title song and incidental music. Warren Hogan was sound designer.
  • (Summer 1988) He played the title role in William Shakespeare's play, "Hamlet," at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater, 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, Minnesota with Julianne Moore (Ophelia); Richard Hicks (Guildenstern) and Tom Fervoy (Rosencrantz) in the cast. Garland Wright was director and artistic director. Douglas Stein was set designer. Ann Hould-Ward was costume designer. James F. Ingalls was lighting designer.

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