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Other Works

  • (2003) Plays Boy George in the Broadway musical Taboo (and the London original)
  • (2007) Audiobook voice actor in Frank Herbert's Dune series - Paul Atreides
  • (October 12, 2007 - January 6, 2008) "Cyrano de Bergerac," dramatic revival; written by Edmond Rostand; directed by David Leveaux; with Jennifer Garner (portraying Roxane, Cyrano's cousin); Kevin Kline (portraying Cyrano de Bergerac, a Gascon); Daniel Sunjata (portraying Christian De Neuvillette); Max Baker portraying Ragueneau, a pastry cook); Euan Morton (portraying Ligniere, the poet and Théophraste Renaudot, a journalist); Chris Sarandon (portraying Comte de Guiche); John Douglas Thompson (portraying Le Bret); Concetta Tomei (portraying Roxane's Duenna and Sister Marthe); Stephen Balantzian (portraying Gascony Cadet); Tom Bloom (portraying Montfleury, a tragic actor and A Porter and Gascony Cadet); Keith Eric Chappelle (portraying Guard and Poet and Gascony Cadet); MacIntyre Dixon (portraying Jodelet, the comedian and A Capuchin and Gascony Cadet); Davis Duffield (portraying Theatregoer's Son and Gascony Cadet); Amefika J. El-Amin (portraying Gascony Cadet); Peter Jay Fernandez (portraying Carbon de Castel Jaloux, Captain of the Gascony Cadets); Kate Guyton (portraying A Food Seller and A Nun); Ginifer King (portraying Actress and Sister Claire); Carman Lacivita (portraying Vicomte de Valvert and Gascony Cadet); Piter Marek (portraying Marquis de Brissaille and Gascony Cadet); Lucas Papaelias (portraying Page and Cook and A Cadet); Leenya Rideout (portraying A Lady and Singer and A Nun); Fred Rose (portraying Poet and Gascony Cadet); Thomas Schall (portraying Theatregoer and Poet and Gascony Cadet); Daniel Stewart Sherman (portraying A Musketeer and Gascony Cadet); Alexander Sovronsky (portraying Page and Cook and A Cadet); Baylen Thomas (portraying Marquis de Cuigy and Gascony Cadet); and Nance Williamson (portraying Lise, Ragueneau's wife and Mother Marguerite); on Broadway at the Richard Rodgers Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (77 total performances, including 21 previews beginning October 12, 2007).

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