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Other Works

  • (March 1998) : Played Herr Schultz in "Cabaret" musical by Joe Masteroff, John Kander, Fred Ebb and Christopher Isherwood (Kit Kat Klub, New York City, USA)
  • December 1999 - lead role of Broadway comedy "Wrong Mountain".
  • Appeared as Malcolm Raphelson in the Huntington Theater Company's production of "Ten Unknowns" (May/June 2002; Boston, MA)
  • 2002: Plays Arvin Sloane in an Alias spoof produced as a promotion for NFL Monday Night Football (1970).
  • (1993) Book on tape: The Giver (By Lois Lowry)
  • (1998) Book on tape: Sang Spell (By Phyllis Reynolds Naylor)
  • (2003) Book on tape: Milkweed (By Jerry Spinelli)
  • (June 2005) : Plays Sandy Sonnenberg/Dr. Moritz Schiffman in "The Paris Letter" play by Jon Robin Baitz (Laura Pels Theatre, New York City, New York, USA).
  • Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • The Goodbye People (1979). Comedy (revival).
  • The Tenth Man (1989). (Revival). Written by Paddy Chayefsky. Directed by Ulu Grosbard. Vivian Beaumont Theatre: 10 Dec 1989- 14 Jan 1990 (41 performances + 35 previews that began on 10 Nov 1989). Cast: Sidney Armus (as "Sexton"), David Berman (as "Elder Kessler"), Phoebe Cates (as "Evelyn Foreman") [Broadway debut], Dan Daily (as "Policeman"), Bob Dishy (as "Schlissel"), Carl Don (as "Harris"), Peter Friedman (as "Arthur Brooks"), Alan Manson (as "Foreman"), Michael Mantell (as "Rabbi"), Kenny Morris (as "Younger Kessler"), Ron Rifkin (as "Alper"), Jack Weston (as "Zitorsky"), Joseph Wiseman (as "Hirschman/Cabalist"). Produced by Lincoln Center Theater (Gregory Mosher: Artistic Director. Bernard Gersten: Executive Producer).
  • Broken Glass (1994).
  • A Month in the Country (1995).
  • Cabaret (1998). Musical/drama (revival).
  • Wrong Mountain (2000).
  • (January 10 to March 7, 1993) He acted in Jon Robin Baitz's play, "The Substance of Fire," at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Kelly Wolf in the cast. Daniel Sullivan was director. John Lee Beatty was scenic designer. Jess Goldstein was costume designer. Arden Fingerhut was lighting designer.

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