Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Richard Woods Biography ((?)-)
Born May 9; son of Norman Edward (a business man) and Henrietta Johanna (Erftenbeck) Woods. Addresses: AGENT--S.T.E. Representation, 888 Seventh Avenue, New York, NY 10019.
- NEW YORK DEBUT--My Heart's in the Highlands, Equity Library Theatre, 1950.
Credits; PRINCIPAL STAGE APPEARANCES
- Summer and Smoke, Circle in the Square Downtown, NY, 1953.
- American Gothic, Circle in the Square Downtown, NY, 1954.
- The Crucible, Martinique, NY, 1959.
- Beg, Borrow or Steal, Martin Beck, NY, 1960.
- Sail Away, Broadhurst, NY, 1961.
- performed with the APA-Phoenix Repertory Company at the Lyceum Theatre, NY, and on national tours, 1962-69.
- Caesar and Cleopatra, American Shakespeare Festival, Stratford, CT, 1963.
- The Year Boston Won the Pennant, Forum, Lincoln Center, NY, 1969.
- Coco, Mark Hellinger, NY, 1969-70.
- at the Alliance, Atlanta, GA, 1972 season: Pygmalion, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Hamlet.
- At the Civic Light Opera of Pittsburgh, PA, summers, 1972-74: The Music Man, Sound of Music, South Pacific, Camelot, Brigadoon, The King and I, Kiss Me Kate, Showboat, Applause, West Side Story.
- The Last of Mrs. Lincoln, ANTA, NY, 1973.
- Gigi, Uris, NY, 1974.
- Murder Among Friends, Biltmore, NY, 1975.
- Sherlock Holmes, Broadhurst, NY, 1975.
- The Royal Family, Helen Hayes, 1976.
- Deathtrap, Music Box, NY, 1978.
- Man and Superman, Circle in the Square, NY, 1978-79.
- The Man Who Came to Dinner, The Father, both Circle in the Square, NY, 1980.
- Present Laughter, Circle in the Square, NY, 1982.
- Alice in Wonderland, Virginia, NY, 1982.
- You Can't Take It with You, Plymouth, NY, 1983.
- Design for Living, Circle in the Square, NY, 1984-85.
Credits; MAJOR TOURS
- Coco, national tour, 1971.
- The Royal Family, national tour, 1976.
- TELEVISION DEBUT--Armstrong Circle Theatre, 1958.
Credits; PRINCIPAL TELEVISION APPEARANCES
- Ryan's Hope.
- Don Juan in Hell.
- A Peculiar Treasure.
- Sherlock Holmes.
- You Can't Take It with You.
- Edith Wharton Looking Back.
- Bob Hope in Central Park.
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