Howard Da Silva (Director) | Playbill

Howard Da Silva

Director
  • Also Known As: Howard Silverblatt
  • Born: May 03, 1909 in Cleveland, Ohio
  • Death: Feb 15, 1986 in Ossining, New York

Roles (37)

The World of Sholom Aleichem Playbill - Opening Night, Feb 1982 The World of Sholom Aleichem
Opened February 11, 1982
  • Original Production Conception
1776 Playbill - March 1969 1776
Opened March 16, 1969
  • as Benjamin Franklin (Original)
The Unknown Soldier and His Wife Playbill - Sept 1967 The Unknown Soldier and His Wife
Opened July 06, 1967
  • as Archbishop (Original)
My Sweet Charlie Playbill - Dec 1966 My Sweet Charlie
Opened December 06, 1966
  • Director
The Zulu and the Zayda Playbill - Nov 1965 The Zulu and the Zayda
Opened November 10, 1965
  • Book
The Zulu and the Zayda Playbill - Nov 1965
The Advocate Playbill - Oct 1963 The Advocate
Opened October 14, 1963
  • Director
Dear Me, The Sky is Falling Playbill - March 1963 Dear Me, the Sky Is Falling
Opened March 02, 1963
  • as Paul Hirsch (Original)
In the Counting House Playbill - Dec 1962 In the Counting House
Opened December 13, 1962
  • as Max Hartman (Original)
In the Counting House Playbill - Dec 1962
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Romulus
Opened January 10, 1962
  • as Ottaker (Original)
Purlie Victorious Playbill - Sept 1961 Purlie Victorious
Opened September 28, 1961
  • Director
Purlie Victorious Playbill - Sept 1961
Fiorello! Playbill - Aug 1960 Fiorello!
Opened November 23, 1959
  • as Ben Marino (Original)
Fiorello! Playbill - Aug 1960
Compulsion Playbill - Nov 18, 1957 Compulsion
Opened October 24, 1957
  • as Horn (Original)
Compulsion Playbill - Nov 18, 1957
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Diary of a Scoundrel
Opened November 04, 1956
  • as Neel Fedoseitch Mamaev (Original)
Sandhog Playbill - Nov 1954 Sandhog
Opened November 23, 1954
  • Director
Burning Bright Playbill - Oct 1950 Burning Bright
Opened October 18, 1950
  • as Friend Ed (Original)
The Cradle Will Rock Playbill - Dec 1947 The Cradle Will Rock
Opened December 26, 1947
  • Director
Oklahoma! Playbill - Opening Night - Mar 1943 Oklahoma!
Opened March 31, 1943
  • as Jud Fry (Original)
Oklahoma! Playbill - Opening Night - Mar 1943
Two on an Island Playbill - February 1940 Two on an Island
Opened January 22, 1940
  • as The Sightseeing Guide (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Summer Night
Opened November 02, 1939
  • as Speed (Original)
Abe Lincoln In Illonois Playbill - March 1939 Abe Lincoln in Illinois
Opened October 15, 1938
  • as Jack Armstrong (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Casey Jones
Opened February 19, 1938
  • as Old Man (Original)
The Cradle Will Rock Playbill - Opening Night The Cradle Will Rock
Opened January 03, 1938
  • as Larry Foreman (Original)
The Cradle Will Rock Playbill - Opening Night
Golden Boy Playbill - Jan 1938 Golden Boy
Opened November 04, 1937
  • as Lewis (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Black Pit
Opened March 20, 1935
  • as Hansy McCulloh (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Sailors of Cattaro
Opened December 10, 1934
  • as Sepp Kriz (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 The Cherry Orchard
Opened March 06, 1933
  • as Stationmaster (Original)
Alice in Wonderland Playbill - Feb 1933 Alice in Wonderland
Opened December 12, 1932
  • as Cook (Original)
  • as White Knight (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Dear Jane
Opened November 14, 1932
  • as Dr. Samuel Johnson (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Liliom
Opened October 26, 1932
  • as Wolf Beifeld (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Camille
Opened January 26, 1931
  • as Guest (Original)
Alison's House Playbill - May 1931 Alison's House
Opened December 01, 1930
  • as Hodges (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Siegfried
Opened October 20, 1930
  • as Mr. Patchkoffer (Original)
  • as Schumann (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Romeo and Juliet
Opened October 06, 1930
  • as Apothecary (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 The Green Cockatoo
Opened October 06, 1930
  • as Scaevola (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Romeo and Juliet
Opened April 21, 1930
  • as Apothecary (Original)

Awards

Tony Award
1960 Best Featured Actor in a Musical Nominee
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