G.R. POINT David Berry’s Drama Desk-award-winning drama, set in Viet-Nam, directed by William Devane, introducing Michael Jeter and Howard E. Rollins, Jr., and starring Michael Moriarty. 32 performances at the Playhouse Theatre.


A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM by William Shakespeare, at the 400-seat Stratford Theatre in Stratford, CT, directed by Terrence O’Brien, with members of the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival ensemble, a co-production with the Stratford Arts Council.

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW by William Shakespeare, directed by Russell Treyz. In an innovation for Actor’s Equity, this production moved directly from a Showcase Code production on 42nd Street in NYC, to The Quick Center in Fairfield, CT, for an SPT run. It was the first production of The Fairfield Theatre Company, now a music venue, of which I was Founder and first Executive Director.


THE WINTER’S TALE and MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING both by William Shakespeare and directed by Russell Treyz, and STEEL MAGNOLIAS by Robert Harling, as executive director of The West Side Shakespeare Ensemble, at The West End Theatre, 86th and West End Avenue.