The Martin Beck Theatre 1963
Richard Bradford (or Dick Bradford as he was then billed) played a Catholic Sergeant and the 'third soldier' in this production. Anne Bancroft played the lead. Gene Wilder also featured in the cast.
|First Preview:||Mar 25, 1963|| Total Previews:||4|
|Opening Date:||Mar 28, 1963|| || |
|Closing Date:||May 11, 1963 ||Total Performances: ||52|
Anta Theatre 1964.
Richard played Beefy Bradford, Vaudeville Acrobat, John Forbes' Henchman and also featured in crowd scenes.
Ralph Waite of 'The Waltons' fame was a cast member.
|Opening Date:||Dec 22, 1963|| || |
|Closing Date:||Feb 01, 1964|| Total Performances:||48|
BLUES FOR MISTER CHARLIE
The Anta Theatre 1963/4.
Richard played the Rev Phillips, The State and also understudied the character Parnell.
Rip Torn was in the cast. The play was directed by Burgess Meredith.
|First Preview:||Apr 14, 1964 ||Total Previews:||8|
|Opening Date:||Apr 23, 1964|| || |
|Closing Date:||Aug 29, 1964|| Total Performances:||148|
Richard returned to the stage for a one night only performance in 'Beck', On May 21st 2003, at the Occidental Studios, Hollywood. He took the role of The Governor of California. It was produced by the Drama Garage Group and directed by Judy Geeson* ( *Played Sue in the Man in a Suitcase episode 'Sweet Sue')