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  • Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • Measure for Measure (1957). Comedy.
  • Under Milk Wood (1957).
  • Two Gentlemen of Verona (1958). Comedy. Written by William Shakespeare. Featuring songs by Louis Applebaum. Dance arrangements by Tom Brown. Directed by Michael Langham. Phoenix Theatre: 18 Mar 1958- 20 Apr 1958 (28 performances). Cast: Eric Berry (as "Thurio"), Lloyd Bochner (as "Protheus, One of the Two Gentlemen"), Helen Burns (as "Lucetta/Lady"), Douglas Campbell (as "Duke of Milan, Father to Silvia"), Eric Christmas (as "Sir Eglamour") [Broadway debut], Bill Cole (as "Artist/Well-Bred Outlaw"), Julian Flett (as "Sailor/Flunkey"), John Gardiner (as "Well-Bred Outlaw/Sailor/Flunkey"), Bruno Gerussi (as "Launce, Servant to Protheus"), Amelia Hall (as "Hostess of the Inn/Lady"), Eric House (as "Valentine, One of the Two Gentlemen"), Diana Maddox (as "Silvia"), Roberta Maxwell (as "Ursula/Maid to Silvia"), George McCowan (as "Antonio/Father to Protheus/Low-class Brigand"), Ann Morrish (as "Julia"), Douglas Rain (as "Speed/Servant to Valentine"), Gladys Richards (as "Lady"), Lois Shaw (as "Lady"), Powys Thomas (as "Panthino/Servant to Antonio/Well-Bred Outlaw/Officer"), Jeremy Wilkin (as "Low-class Brigand/Officer/Sailor"). Produced by The Phoenix Theatre (T. Edward Hambleton: Co-Founder and Managing Director. Norris Houghton: Co-Founder).
  • The Broken Jug (1958). Comedy.

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