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  • (November 1998) : Played Ozzie in "On the Town" musical by Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden and Adolph Green on Broadway
  • (play) Kiss of the Spider Woman, 1994, played Aurelio
  • (play) Cats, 1987, played Pouncival
  • (play) Chita Plus Two, 1998
  • (May 2002) : Plays Sergeant Nick Harris in "One Shot, One Kill" play by Richard Vetere (Primary Stages, New York City, New York, USA).
  • (October 2002) : Plays Ralph in "Marty" musical by Charles Strouse, Lee Adams and Rupert Holmes, based on the screenplay by Paddy Chayefsky and on the United Artists film (Boston University Theater, Boston, Massachusetts, USA).
  • (March 5 to April 1, 1995) He played Anibal De La Luna in José Rivera's play, "Cloud Tectonics," in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Camilia Sanes (Celestina Del Sol) and Javi Mulero (Nelson De La Luna) in the cast. Tina Landau was director.
  • (May 8 to June 2, 1996) He played Second Merchant, Pinch and Townperson in William Shakespeare's play, "The Comedy of Errors," in a Bingham Signature Shakespeare production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Helmar Augustus Cooper (Solinus, Duke of Ephesus); William McNulty (Egeon); V Craig Heidenreich (Antipholus of Syracuse); Mark Sawyer-Dailey (First Merchant, Balthasar); Tab Baker (Dromio of Syracuse); Leo Marks (Dromio of Ephesus); Elizabeth Meadows Rouse (Adriana); Twyla Hafermann (Luciana); Mark Kenneth Smaltz (Antipholus of Ephesus); Fred Major (Angelo); Suzan Mikiel (Luce); Lyle Kanouse (An Officer); Sharon Nordlinger (Courtesan); Adale O'Brien (Lady Abbess of Ephesus) and Rick Silverman (A Messenger) in the cast. The Ephesus Townspeople and Visitors- were played Silvia Aruj, Elaine C. Bell, Mark Burns, Robert Fowler, Adam Lang, Christopher A.T. Martin, Desirée Parkman, Leslie Stevens and Ana Mercedes Torres. Jon Jory was director.
  • (October 23 to November 23, 1996) He played Charles 2 and Ensemble in Jon Jory and Alan Cook's adaptation of John Steinbeck's novel, "East of Eden Part I: Pillars of Fire," in a Brown-Forman Classics in Context Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Tom Stechschulte (Cyrus, Sam Hamilton's Friend, Ensemble); Tommy Schrider (Adam 1, Joe Hamilton, Ensemble); Richard Kuhlman (Adam 2, Ensemble); Cordis Heard (Lucille, Liza, Ensemble); Craig Bockhorn (Abe, Mrs. Ames, Minister, Ensemble); Bob Burrus (Wendell, Sexton, Luis, Ensemble); Jenna Stern (Alice, Cathy 2, Ensemble); Justin Hagan (Charles 1, Ensemble); Fred Major (Doctor 1, Mr. Edwards, Doc Tilson, Ensemble); Peggy Cowles (Mrs. Ames, Ensemble); Anne Marie Nest (Cathy 1, Ensemble); Rick Galiher (James Grew, Tom Hamilton, Ensemble); Jonathan Bolt (Sam Hamilton, Captain, War Offices Clerk, Postmaster, Ensemble); Sarah Burke (Mrs. Edwards, Faye, Ensemble); Donald Li (Stationmaster, Cathy's Doctor, Lee, Ensemble); David Ray (Soldier, Ensemble); Briton Green (Soldier, Ensemble); Everette Ruby (Hotel Desk Clerk, Sam Hamilton's Friend, Ensemble); James Edward Quinn (Ensemble) and Jared Randolph (Ensemble) in the cast. Jon Jory and Frazier W. Marsh were directors.
  • (November 7 to 23, 1996) He played Cal 2 and Ensemble in Alan Cook's s adaptation of John Steinbeck's novel, "East of Eden Part II: Breaking the Chain," in a Brown-Forman Series production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Jonathan Bolt (Sam Hamilton, Dodson, Ensemble); Richard Kuhlman (Adam 2, Aron 2, Ensemble); Donald Li (Lee, Ensemble) Tom Stechschulte (Adam 3, Ensemble); Cordis Heard (Liza, Ensemble); Rick Galiher (Tom Hamilton, Martin Hobes, Ensemble); Tommy Schrider (Aron 1, Joe Hamilton, Ensemble); Justin Hagan (Cal 1, Ensemble); Craig Bockhorn (Will Hamilton, Ensemble); Twyla Hafermann (Abra, Ensemble); Peggy Cowles (Kate, Ensemble); Jenna Stern (Cathy 2, Olive, Ensemble); Missy Thomas (Eva, Sunday Whore, Ensemble); Clint Vaught (Jake); Briton Green (Mechanic, Brit, Ensemble); Bob Burrus (Mr. Bacon, Luiz, Rabbit, Hans Fenchel, Ensemble); Sarah Burke (Mrs. Bacon); Fred Major (Horace, Pierre, Ensemble); Everette Ruby (Businessman, Ensemble); Martha Sorrentino (Liberty Belle); James Quinn (Schoolboy Ensemble); Jared Randolph (Schoolboy Ensemble) and David Ray (Schoolboy Ensemble) in the cast. Jon Jory and Frazier W. Marsh were directors.

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