- (November 19, 1973 - May 26, 1974) "The Good Doctor," original drama; written by Neil Simon; adapted and suggested from stories by Anton Chekhov; produced by Emanuel Azenberg and Eugene V. Wolsk; additional lyrics by Neil Simon; incidental music by Peter Link; directed by A.J. Antoon; with Rene Auberjonois; Barnard Hughes; Marsha Mason; Christopher Plummer; and Frances Sternhagen in the opening night cast; with replacement actors during run: Kathryn Walker; Philip Cusack; and Julie Garfield; on Broadway at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (216 total performances, including 8 previews beginning November 19, 1973).
- (November 2002) "King of Hearts," musical revival; book by Joseph Stein; music by Peter Link; lyrics by Jacob Brackman; directed by Gabriel Barre; at the Goodspeed Opera House, East Haddam, Connecticut, USA.
- (1981) "The Mighty Gents," written by Richard Wesley; incidental music by Peter Link; with Douglas Alan-Mann (as Alan Mann), Champaigne, Victor Douglas, and Walter King Jr. in the cast; at the Kuumba Theatre, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
- (1980) "On The Road To Babylon," original musical; book by Richard Wesley; music and lyrics by Peter Link; directed by Peter Link; at the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.
- (April 12, 1978 - April 23, 1978) "The Mighty Gents," original drama; written by Richard Wesley; incidental music by Peter Link; directed by Harold Scott; with Dorian Harewood (portraying Frankie); Howard E. Rollins Jr. (portraying Braxton); Morgan Freeman (portraying Zeke); Frank Adu (portraying Father); Starletta DuPois (portraying Rita); Richard Gant (portraying Eldridge); Brent Jennings (portraying Tiny); and Mansoor Najee-ullah (as Mansoor Najee-Ullah) (portraying Lucky) in the cast; on Broadway at the Ambassador Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (16 total performances, including 7 previews beginning April 12, 1978)
- (October 17, 1978 - December 3, 1978) "King of Hearts," original musical; book by Joseph Stein; music by Peter Link; lyrics by Jacob Brackman; musical direction by Karen Gustafson; dance arrangements by Dorothee Freytag; music orchestrated by William David Brohn (as Bill Brohn); based upon an original screenplay by Philippe de Broca, Maurice Bessy, and Daniel Boulanger; directed and choreographed by Ron Field; on Broadway at the Minskoff Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (54 total performances, including 6 previews beginning October 17, 1978).