David Thomas (Performer) | Playbill

David Thomas

Performer
  • Also Known As: David E. Thomas
  • Born: 1906 in WALES
  • Death: Jan 26, 1981 in New York, NY, USA

Roles (61)

Carmelina Playbill - April 1979 Carmelina
Opened April 08, 1979
  • as Ensemble (Original)
  • as Father Federico (Original)
King of Hearts Playbill - Oct 1978 King of Hearts
Opened October 22, 1978
  • as M. Clichy (Original)
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Playbill - May 1976 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
Opened May 04, 1976
  • as The Stage Manager (Original)
Lysistrata Playbill - Nov 1972 Lysistrata
Opened November 13, 1972
  • as Upsilon (Original)
Lysistrata Playbill - Nov 1972
Two Gentlemen of Verona Playbill - Nov 1971 Two Gentlemen of Verona
Opened December 01, 1971
  • Performer
Lovely Ladies, Kind Gentlemen Playbill - Dec 1970 Lovely Ladies, Kind Gentlemen
Opened December 28, 1970
  • as Mr. Oshira (Original)
  • as Col. Wainwright Purdy III (Original)
Coco Playbill - Opening Night, Dec 1969 Coco
Opened December 18, 1969
  • as Claude (Original)
  • as Charles (Duke of Glenallen) (Original)
  • as Louis Greff (Original)
Canterbury Tales Playbill - Feb 1969 Canterbury Tales
Opened February 03, 1969
  • as Cook (Original)
  • as Workman (Original)
  • as Chaucer (Original)
  • as Justinus (Original)
Canterbury Tales Playbill - Feb 1969
The Great White Hope Playbill - Oct 1968 The Great White Hope
Opened October 03, 1968
  • as Mr. Treacher (Original)
  • as Ensemble (Original)
Soldiers Playbill - May 1968 Soldiers
Opened May 01, 1968
  • as Messenger (Original)
Here's Where I Belong Playbill - March 1968 Here's Where I Belong
Opened March 03, 1968
  • as Ensemble (Original)
A Time for Singing Playbill - June 1966 A Time for Singing
Opened May 21, 1966
  • as School Teacher (Original)
  • as Singer (Original)
On A Clear Day You Can See Forever Playbill - Opening Night, Oct 1965 On a Clear Day You Can See Forever
Opened October 17, 1965
  • as T.A.A. Official (Original)
  • as Evans Bolagard (Original)
The Deputy Playbill - Feb 1964 The Deputy
Opened February 26, 1964
  • as Monk (Original)
  • as Father General (Original)
  • as Papal Nuncio in Berlin (Original)
  • as Prisoner (Original)
  • as Pope Pious XII (Replacement)
Sophie Playbill - April 1963 Sophie
Opened April 15, 1963
  • as Harry Emerson (Original)
  • as Marcus Loew (Original)
  • as Metropole Manager (Original)
  • as Mr. Kilby (Original)
Moby Dick Playbill - November 1962 Moby Dick
Opened November 28, 1962
  • as An Old "Pro," later the Carpenter (Original)
  • as Actor with Newspaper, later Stubb (Original)
All American Playbill - Opening Night, Mar 1962 All American
Opened March 19, 1962
  • as Park Avenue Couple (Original)
  • as Professor Dawson (Original)
  • as Shindler (Original)
My Fair Lady Playbill - June 1956 My Fair Lady
Opened March 15, 1956
  • as Bartender (Original)
  • as Hoxton Man (Original)
  • as Singing Ensemble (Original)
  • as Zoltan Karpathy (Original)
Can-Can Playbill - May 1953 Can-Can
Opened May 07, 1953
  • as Court President (Original)
  • as Customer (Original)
Paint Your Wagon Playbill - April 1952 Paint Your Wagon
Opened November 12, 1951
  • as Dr. Newcomb (Original)
  • as Singer (Original)
  • as Raymond Janney (Original)
  • as Reuben Sloane (Original)
  • as Salem Trumbull (Original)
Courtin' Time Playbill - July 1951 Courtin' Time
Opened June 14, 1951
  • as Fred Lawson (Original)
Regina Playbill - Nov 1949 Regina
Opened October 31, 1949
  • as Oscar Hubbard (Original)
Love Life Playbill - Oct 1948 Love Life
Opened October 07, 1948
  • as A Go-Getter (Original)
  • as George Hamilton Beacon (Original)
  • as Harvey (Original)
  • as Leader (Original)
  • as Mr. Cynic (Original)
  • as Singer (Original)
The Cradle Will Rock Playbill - Dec 1947 The Cradle Will Rock
Opened December 26, 1947
  • as Harry Druggist (Original)
Billion Dollar Baby Playbill - Dec 1945 Billion Dollar Baby
Opened December 21, 1945
  • as Singer (Original)
  • as Waiter (Original)
  • as Master of Ceremonies (Replacement)
A Night at an Inn Playbill - May 1930 A Night at an Inn
Opened May 09, 1930
  • as First Priest of Klesh (Original)
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