As I promised, here are some photos from FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, (I was the butcher, Lazar Wolf), followed by a Biblical character, Tobias, in the film LOST LETTERS OF FAITH. There were some other professions---a priest, a drunk. (Don't say it)
And a "must" role for a character actor is Lazar Wolf in FIDDLER ON THE ROOF. This time we're at the Oklahoma City Lyric
The Biblical Tobias in the film, LOST LETTERS OF FAITH. A less than Biblical group of grooms from FIDDLER
And so the story continues, by looking back a little...
I completed a new production of MAN OF LA MANCHA for White Plains Performing Arts Center. This was the initial production for this jewel of a LORT Theatre. This was followed by playing JP Morgan and Grandfather in their concert version of RAGTIME, at WPPAC, as well. (The following production photos by Carlos Gustavo Monroy)
The Governor threatening the manuscript of Don Quixote--Robert Cuccioli
The Innkeeper Knighting Don Quixote
JP Morgan in RAGTIME
Sarah, Grandfather and Father in RAGTIME
Sarah's friend, Mother & Grandfather in RAGTIME
Many of you saw me reprise my roles in Hal Prince's production of CANDIDE, with the New York City Opera in March and April of 2008. What a terrific and creative year. (Photos on Gallery of Photospage)
And it continues: completed benefit concert performances of SHOWBOAT, at the acclaimed and historical venue, Carnegie Hall. Previously, I performed other wonderful concerts in that hall; one special concert was ANYONE CAN WHISTLE, with Scott Bakula, Madeline Kahn, Bernedette Peters and Angela Lansbury, who played in the original production. Again, it was my great fortune to work with Stephen Sondheim.