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  • (August 2002) : Played "Jack Chapman" in "God of Vengeance", a play by 'Donald Margulies', adapted from the play by Sholom Asch and based upon a literal translation by Joachim Neugroschel (Adams Memorial Theater, Williamstown, Massachussets, USA).
  • (1963) Stage Play: Dear Me, The Sky is Falling.
  • (1963) Stage Play: Bicycle Ride to Nevada. Written by Robert Thom. Based on the novel, "Dangerfield", by Barnaby Conrad. Directed by Herman Shumlin. Cort Theatre: 24 Sep 1963 (1 performance). Cast: John Boruff (as "Bentley"), Violet Dunn, Richard Jordan, Ron Leibman (as "Rip Calabria"), John Marriott, Paul McGrath, Barbara Mostel, Leona Powers, Leslie Redford, Guy Repp (as "Chandler"), Lois Smith, Franchot Tone (as "Winston Sawyer"). Understudy: Sally Kirkland. Produced by Roger L. Stevens and Herman Shumlin. Produced in association with Nelson Morris and Randolph Hale.
  • (1964) Stage Play: The Deputy. Drama. Written by Rolf Hochhuth. Book adapted by Jerome Rothenberg. Scenic Design by Rouben Ter-Arutunian. Directed by Herman Shumlin. Brooks Atkinson Theatre: 26 Feb 1964- 28 Nov 1964 (316 performances). Cast: Victor Arnold (as "Italian Militiaman/Guard") [Broadway debut], Richard Bengal (as "Brother Iranaeus"), Ion Berger (as "Italian Militiaman/Guard"), Idwal Bowen (as "Vittorio"), Jeremy Brett (as "Father Riccardo Fontana, S.J."), Philip Bruns (as "S.S. Lt. Kurt Gerstein"), Reynolds Evans (as "Papal Nuncio in Berlin"), Paul Flores (as "Guard"), Stefan Gierasch (as "Jacobson"), Roger Hamilton (as "Guard"), Ben Hammer (as "Prisoner"), Denise Joyce (as "Little Girl"), Pepa Kantor (as "Woman"), Ron Leibman (as "Captain Salzer"), Jock Livingston (as "Sergeant Witzel"), Carl Low (as "Count Fontana"), Gerald E. McGonagill (as "Officer of the Pope's Guard/Scribe"), James Mitchell (as "Doctor"), Albert Ottenheimer (as "Prisoner"), Guy Repp (as "Photographer/Officer of the Pope's Guard"), Fred Stewart (as "Cardinal"), David Thomas (as "Monk"), Maria Tucci (as "Girl"), Emlyn Williams (as "Pope Pious XII"), Ian Wolfe (as "Father General") [final Broadway role]. Understudies: Ion Berger (as "Father Riccardo Fontana, S.J."), Jock Livingston (as "Cardinal"), Gerald E. McGonagill (as "Doctor/S.S. Lt. Kurt Gerstein), Guy Repp (Count Fontana) and David Thomas (as "Father General, Papal Nuncio in Berlin/Prisoner"). Replacement cast: Thomas A. Carlin (as "S.S. Lt. Kurt Gerstein"), David Carradine (as "Father Riccardo Fontana, S.J.") [from 24 May 1964- ?] (Broadway debut), Robert Harris (as "Pope Pious XII") [from 10 Aug 1964- ?]. Understudies: Victor Arnold (as "Brother Iranaeus/Jacobson"), Richard Bengal (as "Monk/Prisoner/Scribe/Vittorio"), Bianca Flores (as "Little Girl"), Paul Flores (as "Italian Militiaman/Officer of the Pope's Guard/Photographer"), Roger Hamilton (as "Captain Salzer/Sergeant Witzel"), Barbara Schneider (as "Girl/Woman"), David Thomas (as "Pope Pious XII"). Produced by Herman Shumlin, Alfred Crown and Zvi Kolitz [earliest Broadway credit]. Note: Filmed by Canal+ and K.G. Productions [U.S. Distribution by Kino International] as Amen. (2002).
  • (1968) Stage Play: We Bombed in New Haven. Satire. Written by Joseph Heller. Music for the song "Bomb, Bomb, Bombing Along" by Burton Lane. Lyrics for the song "Bomb, Bomb, Bombing Along" by Joseph Heller. Scenic Design by William Ritman. Directed by John Hirsch. Ambassador Theatre: 16 Oct 1968- 29 Dec 1968 (85 performances + 10 previews). Cast: Jason Robards (as "Captain Starkey"), Diana Sands (as "Ruth"), Anthony Holland (as "Corporal Bailey"), Ron Leibman (as "Sergeant Henderson"), William Roerick (as "The Major"), Frank Andre (as "Frank"), Victor Arnold (as "Vic"), Don Billett (as "Corporal Sinclair"), Tom Brannum (as "Private Fisher"), Robert Christian (as "Bob"), Maxwell Glanville (as "Pfc. Joe Carson"), Elek Hartman (as "Golfer"), Garry Mitchell (as "Garry"), David Piel (as "David"), Hansford Rowe (as "Hunter"), Gene Scandur [credited as Gene Scandur] (as "Starkey's Son"), Dale Williams (as "Young Fisher"). Standbys: Alexandra Berlin (as "Ruth") and John Harkins (as "Captain Starkey"). Understudies: Frank Andre (as "Corporal Sinclair/Pfc. Joe Carson"), Victor Arnold (as "Sergeant Henderson"), Robert Christian (as "Corporal Bailey"), Elek Hartman (as "The Major"), Garry Mitchell (as 'Golfer/Hunter"), David Piel (as "Private Fisher/Starkey's Son") and Lewis Rosen (as "Young Fisher"). Produced by 'Helen Bonfils', Morton Gottlieb, Harold Leventhal and Joseph Stein.
  • (1969) Stage Play: Cop-Out. Comedy [show consisted of 2 one-act shows: Home Fires and Cop Out]. Both shows written by John Guare [earliest Broadway credit]. [Cop Out] Original Songs by John Guare. Music arranged by Margaret Singer. Lighting Design by John Gleason. Scenic Design and Costume Design by Fred Voelpel. [Both shows] Directed by Melvin Bernhardt. Cort Theatre: 7 Apr 1969- 12 Apr 1969 (8 performances + 12 previews). Home Fires: Cast: George Bartenieff (as "Mr. Catchpole"), MacIntyre Dixon (as "Peter Smith"), Charles Kimbrough (as "Rudy Smythe"), Carrie Nye (as "Margaret Ross-Hughes"), April Shawhan (as "Nell Schmidt"). Understudy: Eugene Stuckmann (as "Mr. Catchpole/Peter Smith"). Cop Out: Cast: Linda Lavin, Ron Leibman. Understudies: Barbara Gilbert, Charles Kimbrough. Produced by Norman Twain, in association with Albert I. Fill.
  • (1980) Stage Play: I Ought to Be in Pictures. Comedy. Written by Neil Simon. General Manager: Jose Véga. Directed by Herbert Ross. Eugene O'Neill Theatre: 3 Apr 1980- 11 Jan 1981 (324 performances + 17 previews that began on 15 Mar 1980). Cast: Ron Leibman (as "Herb"), Dinah Manoff (as "Libby'), Joyce Van Patten (as "Steffy"). Standbys: Mimi Cozzens (as "Steffy"), Valerie Landsberg [credited as Valerie Landsberg] (as "Libby"). Replacement cast during run: Valerie Landsburg (as "Libby") [from 15 Dec 1980- ?], Dick Latessa (as "Herb") [from 17 Nov 1980- ?], Bill Macy (as " Herb") [from 8 Sep 1980- ?], Bernice Massi Steffy [from 5 Oct 1980- ?]. Produced by Emanuel Azenberg). Note: Filmed by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation as I Ought to Be in Pictures (1982).
  • (1985) Stage Play: Doubles.
  • (1988) Stage Play: Rumors. Comedy/farce. Written by Neil Simon. Scenic Design by Tony Straiges. Directed by Gene Saks. Broadhurst Theatre (moved to The Ethel Barrymore Theatre from 13 Dec 1989- close): 17 Nov 1988- 24 Feb 1990 (535 performances + 8 previews that began 8 Nov 1988). Cast: Lisa Banes (as "Cassie Cooper"), Christine Baranski (as "Chris Gorman"), Charles Brown (as "Welch"), Cynthia Darlow (as "Pudney"), Andre Gregory (as "Ernie Cusack"), Ken Howard (as "Glenn Cooper"), Ron Leibman (as "Lenny Ganz"), Mark Nelson (as "Ken Gorman"), Joyce Van Patten (as "Cookie Cusack"), Jessica Walter (as "Claire Ganz"). Standbys: Gibby Brand (as "Ken Gorman/Lenny Ganz/Welch"), Kandis Chappell (as "Cassie Cooper/Chris Gorman/Pudney"), Cynthia Darlow (as "Claire Ganz/Cookie Cusack"), Timothy Landfield (as "Ernie Cusack/Glenn Cooper"). Replacement cast during Broadhurst Theatre run: Kandis Chappell (as "Chris Gorman"), Dan Desmond (as "Ernie Cusack"), Lisa Emery (as "Cassie Cooper"), Veronica Hamel (as "Claire Ganz"), Timothy Landfield (as "Glenn Cooper"), Dick Latessa (as "Ernie Cusack"), Richard Levine Ken Gorman"), Larry Linville (as "Glenn Cooper") [from 26 Dec 1988- ?], Kathleen Marsh (as "Pudney"), Greg Mulvaney (as "Lenny Ganz"), Alice Playten (as "Cookie Cusack"). Replacement cast during Ethel Barrymore Theatre run: None noted. Produced by Emanuel Azenberg.
  • (1993) Stage Play: Angels in America: Millennium Approaches.
  • (1993) Stage Play: Angels in America: Perestroika.
  • (July 12 to September 23, 1990) He acted in Neil Simon's play, "Rumors," at the Center Theatre Group/Ahmanson at the James A. Doolittle Theatre (University of California) in Los Angeles, California with Jessica Walter and Kandis Chappell in the cast. Gene Saks was director.
  • (October 28 to November 19, 1992) He acted in Tony Kushner's play, "Angels in America" A Gay Fantasia on National Themes: Part One, "Millennium Approaches," at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Kathleen Chalfant, K. Todd Freeman, Jeffrey King, Cynthia Mace, Joe Mantello, Ellen McLaughlin and Stephen Spinella in the cast. Oskar Eustis and Tony Taccone were directors. Gordon Davidson was artistic director. John Conklin was scenic designer. Gabriel Berry was costume designer. Pat Collins was lighting designer. Jon Gottlieb was sound designer.
  • (1992 - 1993) He acted in Tony Kushner's play, "Angels in America: Part One-Millennium Approaches," on Broadway in New York City with Stephen Spinella in the cast. George C. Wolfe was director.
  • (November 8 to December 6, 1992) He acted in Tony Kushner's play, "Angels in America" A Gay Fantasia on National Themes: Part Two, "Perestroika," at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California Kathleen Chalfant, K. Todd Freeman, Jeffrey King, Cynthia Mace, Joe Mantello, Ellen McLaughlin and Stephen Spinella in the cast. Oskar Eustis and Tony Taccone were directors. Gordon Davidson was artistic director. John Conklin was scenic designer. Gabriel Berry was costume designer. Pat Collins was lighting designer. Jon Gottlieb was sound designer.

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