Erik Rhodes

Erik Rhodes

Performer
  • Also known as: Ernest R. Sharpe, Ernest Sharpe
  • Born: Feb 10, 1906 in El Reno, Indian Territory, USA
  • Death: Feb 17, 1990 in Oklahoma City, OK, USA

Roles (27)

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum Playbill - July 1962 A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1962)
Opened May 8, 1962
  • as Lycus (Replacement)
  • Arrived on Sep 9, 1963
How to Make a Man Playbill - Jan 1961 How to Make a Man (1961)
Opened Feb 2, 1961
  • as Anson Lee (Original)
How to Make a Man - Opening Night
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Jamaica Playbill - March 1958 Jamaica (1957)
Opened Oct 31, 1957
  • as The Governor (Original)
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Shinbone Alley Playbill - April 1957 Shinbone Alley (1957)
Opened Apr 13, 1957
  • as Tyone T. Tattersal (Original)
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Can-Can Playbill - May 1953 Can-Can (1953)
Opened May 7, 1953
  • as Hilaire Jussac (Original)
Can-Can - Opening Night
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Collector's Item Playbill - Feb 1952 Collector's Item (1952)
Opened Feb 8, 1952
  • as Sir Cecil Pond (Original)
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Dance Me a Song Playbill - Feb 1950 Dance Me a Song (1950)
Opened Jan 20, 1950
  • as Son-in-law (Original)
  • as Salesman (Original)
  • as Narrator (Original)
  • as Mad Professor (Original)
  • as Chairman (Original)
  • as "Glee Club" Performer (Original)
  • as "Finale" Performer (Original)
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PB.Listing.Placeholder.BROADWAY.V4.jpg The Great Campaign (1947)
Opened Mar 30, 1947
  • as Sidney Gat (Original)
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Gay Divorce Playbill - Jan 1933 Gay Divorce (1932)
Opened Nov 29, 1932
  • as Tonetti (Original)
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Hey Nonny Nonny! Playbill - June 1932 Hey Nonny Nonny! (1932)
Opened Jun 6, 1932
  • as "In Those Good Old Horsecar Days" Performer (Original)
  • as The Cop (Original)
  • as The Juvenile (Original)
  • as The Other (Original)
  • as General Baddum (Original)
  • as "Three Little Columnists" Performer (Original)
  • as "Hey Nonny Nonny" Performer (Original)
  • as Second Director (Original)
  • as Dr. Ludwig (Original)
  • "Majestic Hotel" Writer
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