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  • Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • End of the World (1984). Written by Arthur Kopit. Incidental music by Larry Grossman. Based on an idea initiated by Leonard Davis. Directed by Harold Prince. Music Box Theatre: 6 May 1984- 2 Jun 1984 (33 performances + 13 previews). Cast: Barnard Hughes (as "Philip Stone"), Linda Hunt (as "Audrey Wood"), John Shea (as "Michael Trent"), Frank Hankey (as "Ensemble"), David O'Brien (as "Merv Rosenblatt/General Wilmer"), Elaine Petricoff (as "Stella/Ann/Ensemble"), Larry Pine (as "Ensemble"), Wade Raley (as "Trent's son"), Nathaniel Ritch (as "Jim/Ensemble"), Richard Seff (as "Paul Cowan"), Jaroslav Stremien (as "Stanley Berent"), Peter Zapp (as "Pete/Ensemble"). Produced by The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and Michael Frazier. Theatre owned and operated by Irving Berlin [who had no direct involvement in this production] and The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman. Bernard B. Jacobs: President).
  • (November 1 to 24, 1984) He played 3rd actor in A.R. Gurney Jr's play, "The Dining Room," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Marilyn Rockafellow (1st Actress); William Verderber (2nd Actor); Ellen Mareneck (3rd Actress); Frederic Major (1st Actor) and Lee Anne Fahey (2nd Actress) in the cast. Thomas Bullard was director.
  • (February 18 to March 22, 1987) He played Bern in Andy Foster's play, "Chemical Reactions," in Shorts Three One-Act Plays Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Fred Sanders (Ike) in the cast. Ray Fry was director.
  • (February 18 to March 22, 1987) He played Randy Lunche in Frederick Bailey's play, "Gringo Planet," in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Dana Mills (W.G. "Dad" Bucksnort); Fred Sanders (Lloyd); Suzanna Hay (Clayton) and Steve Hofvendahl (Muldoon) in the cast. Frederick Bailey was also director.
  • (September 27 to October 20, 1990) He played Arlecchino in Bill Irwin and Michael Greif adaptation of Leon Kats' play, "The Three Cuckolds," in a Brown-Forman Classics in Context Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Fred Major (Coviello); Peggity Price (Flaminia); Ray Fry (Pantalone); V Craig Heidenreich (Leandro); Myra Taylor (Franceschina); William McNulty (Zanni); Bob Burrus (The Devil); Corliss Preston (Cintia) in the cast. Marcia Milgrom Dodge was choreographer. Jon Jory was director.
  • (October 31 to November 23, 1991) He played Jane Twisden, Lord Edgar Hillcrest and an Intruder in Charles Ludlam's play, "The Mystery of Irma Vep," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Bill Cwikowski (Nicodemus Underwood,Lady Enid Hillcrest, Alcazar) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.
  • (January 20 to February 7, 1993) He played Valere in David Hirson's play, "La Bete," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Michael Kevin (Elomire); Ray Fry (Bejart); Jessica Givelber (Dorine); V. Craig Heidenreich (Prince Conti); Susan Barnes (Madeleine Bejart); Fred Major (De Brie); Sandra Sydney (Catherine De Brie); Bob Burrus (Du Parc); Rachel Fowler (Marquise Therese Du Parc- Rachel Fowler); Mark Sawyer-Dailey (The White Clown) and Nichole Scherzinger (The Acolyte) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.
  • (February 25 to March 20, 1993) He played Ron in Joan Ackermann's play, "Stanton's Garage," in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Rob Kramer (Harlon); Bob Burrus (Silvio); V Craig Heidenreich (Denny); Priscilla Shanks (Lee); Jessica Jory (Frannie); Adale O'Brien (Mary) and Susan Barnes (Audrey) in the cast. Steven D. Albrezzi was director.
  • (September 23 to October 23, 1993) He played Henry W. Schlemmber (Groucho) in the musical, "The Cocoanuts," in a Brown-Forman Classics in Context Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Michael Kevin (Jamison (Zeppo)); Adale O'Brien (Mrs. Potter); V. Craig Heidenreich (Harvey Yates); Gail Benedict (Penelope Martin); Kate Suber (Polly Potter); Bob Kirsh (Robert Adams); Jerold Goldstein (Willie the Shill (Chico)); Mark Sawyer-Dailey (Silent Sam (Harpo)) and Fred Major (Hennessey) in the cast. The Ensemble included Mark Aldrich, Rae Dawn Belt, Kevin Berdini, Myra Browning, Debbie Pavelka, Angel Cabán, Teresa Lynn Deihl, Russell Garrett, Karen Lifshey, Jeanette Palmer, Neil David Seibel, Mark Edgar Stephens and Branch Woodman. Irving Berlin was composer and lyricist. George S. Kaufman wrote the book. Jon Jory was director.

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