1981

Rainmaker

Waldo Astoria Dinner Theatre - Kansas City, MO

Sheriff File

 

Red Dawg

Waldo Astoria Dinner Playhouse

Kansas City, MO

I played the Reverend Blackwood

No photos

 

 

1982

 

Barn Dinner Theater - Albuquerque, NM

A Touch of Spring

Giorgio and Vittorio Spina

 

I'd played Lt. Baxter co-starring with the very funny and talented Billie Bird!

 

 

Red Dawg

Sneaky Fitch

(In 1981, I played the Minister in the show at the Waldo Astoria Dinner Theatre in Kansas City, MO. I'd gotten my Equity membership back then.)

 

 

1987

The Fantastiks

Theater Under the Stars - Kansas City, MO

 

1988

Buried Child

New Directions Theater - Kansas City, MO

Dodge

 

 

So many shows, and yet so few pictures! I hadn't realized how many productions I'd done and had no pictures around to show for them! Many were lost in the flood in KC, MO. Most of the photos I now have are copies I'd sent to my mom in New York.  Ah well, perhaps my fellow actors who performed in those shows will see this page and send my what pix they have! We can hope!

I'd performed in many other shows during the 80's, but have no pictures of them, or have yet to locate them.

Some of the plays I did were:

Any Wednesday

Cass Henderson

 

See How They Run

Reverend Arthur Humphrey

 

Stop the World, I Want to Get Off

Littlechap

 

Two By Two

Noah

 

Teahouse of the August Moon

Sakini

 

The Good Doctor

Cherdyakov,  Kuryatin, a Sailor, and Kistonov,

 

Cactus Flower

Arturo Sanchez

 

Bent

Nazi Captain

 

A Touch of Spring

Victorio Spina

 

Side by Side by Sondheim

Ensemble

 

Towards Zero

Mathew Treeves

 

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Doc Baugh

 

My professional, directorial debut was "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" followed by "Fiddler on the Roof", for Theater Under the Stars, an outdoor, summer theater, which was run by the Parks and Recreation Department of Kansas City, MO

And that's the end of the 80s. Oh yes, there are loads more pictures and you're welcome to peruse at your leisure!

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My eclectic, artistic background and biography.

I provide a detailed, intimate look at my personal life and background for those of you who hold such interests.

And in case you didn't already know, the owner, designer, artist & writer of this site happens to be

OPENLY GAY!

If this is surprising and/or especially disturbing  news to you, then you're probably a stranger and got here by mistake. While being gay is a real and significant part of my life, its political agenda, its cause and effect, is NOT the running purpose of this site. This site expresses many of the personal and artistic facets of my life as well as provides a forum for professional and non-professional theatrical and artistic interests and pursuits, for both the watchers and the participants.

 

If you must leave before checking this site out, goodbye, good luck and may the force be with you!

 

 

My one and only life partner for 21 years!

 

 

IN MEMORANDUM

April 9th, 1936 - September 30th, 1989

 

 

 

THE ARTIST

 

Some of my pencil/pen and ink renditions, cartoons and portraits!

 

 

This page of my artwork is dedicated to my favorite Divas!

 

 

 

This is a dedication memorial page to my mother, Lillian Marie Hoyt ~ Pfleger/Chiusano

 

 

 

I created transparent, clipart you may use freely for your email or web pages!

 

 

MY DAYS

IN

An Extension of my performance past!

 

 

 

My whole new family and my newest artistic endeavor!

 

 

THE WRITER

Stories, prose & poetry by yours truly. Still under construction.

 

 

 

 

 SOMETHING JUST FOR FUN

Take a walk down memory lane, or drive down in your '57 Ford Fairlane...

 What do you remember about the 50s??? What have your parents told you????

 

 

Now includes a link to hear Abbot and Costello's hilarious "Who's On First" routine!

Right click on the photo above and open in a new page! If you want to see them actually perform the skit, go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTcRRaXV-fg. If you don't laugh, I'd be totally shocked!
 

 

 

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M. Ray

 

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