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  • (December 1, 1981) He acted in Moliere's plays,"Signorelle: An Evening of His Farces (The Flying Doctor; The Forced Marriage; Sganarelle and A Dumb Show)," in the American Repertory Theatre production at the Loeb Stage in Cambridge, Massachusetts with Eilzabeth Swados; Cherry Jones; Karen MacDonald; John Bottom and Thomas Derrah in the cast. Andrei Serban was director. Albert Bermel was translator. Michael H. Yeargan was set designer. Dunya Ramicova was costume designer. James F. Ingalls was lighting designer. Stephen Drury was music arranger and director. Sandra Boynton adapted and translated "A Dumb Show." Robert Brustein was artistic director.
  • (Fall 1981) He acted in Moliere's plays,"Signorelle: An Evening of His Farces (The Flying Doctor; The Forced Marriage; Sganarelle and A Dumb Show)," in the American Repertory Theatre production in the first tour of the Northeastern States including Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island and New York with Elizabeth Swados; Thomas Derrah; Cherry Jones; Tony Shalhoub; Karen MacDonald and John Bottom in the cast. Andrei Serban was director. Albert Bermel was translator. Michael H. Yeargan was set designer. Dunya Ramicova was costume designer. James F. Ingalls was lighting designer. Stephen Drury was music arranger and director. Sandra Boynton adapted and translated "A Dumb Show." Robert Brustein was artistic director. Kris Kinet was production manager.
  • (May to June 1982) He acted in Moliere's play,"Sganarelle," was performed in the American Repertory Theatre production at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Elizabeth Swados; Cherry Jones; Karen MacDonald; Thomas Derrah and John Bottom in the cast. Andrei Serban was director. Albert Bermel was translator. Michael H. Yeargan was set designer. Dunya Ramicova was costume designer. James F. Ingalls was lighting designer. Stephen Drury was music arranger and director. Robert Brustein was artistic director. Kris Kinet was production manager.
  • (July to September 1982) He acted in Moliere's plays,"Sganarelle;" Frank Wedekind's play, "Lulu;" Robert Auletta's play, "Rundown" and Sam Shepard's play, "True West," in the American Repertory Theatre production in the first tour of Europe and the Middle East with Eilzabeth Swados; Cherry Jones; Karen MacDonald and John Bottom in the cast. Andrei Serban was director. Albert Bermel was translator. Michael H. Yeargan was set designer. Dunya Ramicova was costume designer. James F. Ingalls was lighting designer. Stephen Drury was music arranger and director. Sandra Boynton adapted and translated "A Dumb Show." They performed at the major festivals in Asti; Avignon, France; Rotterdam and Amsterdam, Netherlands; Edinburgh, Scotland; Tel-Aviv, Haifa and Jerusalem, Israel; BITEG (Belgrade and Ljubana) and London, England. Robert Brustein was artistic director. Kris Kinet was production manager.
  • (January 14, 1983) He acted in Samuel Beckett's play, "Waiting for Godot," in the American Repertory Theatre production at the Loeb Stage in Cambridge, Massachusetts with John Bottoms (Estragon) and Mark Linn-Baker (Vladimir) in the cast. Andrei Belgrader was director. Tony Straiges was set designer. Kevin Rupnik was costume designer. James F. Ingalls was lighting designer. Robert Brustein was artistic director.
  • (November 26, 1982) He played Solyony in Anton Chekhov's play, "Three Sisters," in an American Repertory Theatre production at the Loeb Stage in Cambridge, Massachusetts with Cherry Jones (Irina); Anne Pitoniak (Anfisa); Cheryl Giannini (Masha); Alvin Epstein (Vershinin); Marianne Owen (Olga); Karen MacDonald (Natasha); Jeremy Geidt (Chebutykin) and Thomas Derrah (Andrei) in the cast. Jean Claude Van Itallie was translator. Andrei Serban was director. Beni Montressor was set, costume and lighting designer. Richard Peaslee wrote the original music. Robert Brustein was artistic director.
  • (May 12, 1983) He played Joseph Surface in Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play, 'The School for Scandal," in the American Repertory Theatre production at the Loeb Stage in Cambridge, Massachusetts with Alvin Epstein (Sir Peter Teazle) and Cherry Jones (Lady Teazle) in the cast. Jonathan Miller was director. Patrick Robertson was set designer. Rosemary Vercoe was costume designer. Jennifer Tipton was lighting designer. Robert Brustein was artistic director.
  • (September 8, 1990) He acted in Denis Diderot's play, "Rameau's Nephew," in the CSC Repertory and Fall Festival production at the American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts with Jeremy Geidt in the cast. Shelley Berc and Andrei Belgrader were adapters. Andrei Belgrader was also director. Anita Stewart was set designer. Candice Donnelly was costume designer. Robert Wierzel was lighting designer. William Uttley was sound designer. Robert Brustein was artistic director.

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