Munson Hicks

Munson Hicks

Performer

Roles (27)

August: Osage County Playbill - Opening Night, Nov 2007 August: Osage County (2007)
Opened Dec 4, 2007
  • as Beverly Weston (Replacement)
  • as Charlie Aiken (Understudy - Original)
  • as Beverly Weston (Understudy - Original)
August Osage - Opening Night
  • Jan 28, 2008 - Feb 29, 2008
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Jake's Women Playbill - Opening Night, March 1992 Jake's Women (1992)
Opened Mar 24, 1992
  • as Jake (Standby - Original)
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The Misanthrope Playbill - Opening Night, Jan 1983 The Misanthrope (1983)
Opened Jan 27, 1983
  • as Clitandre (Original)
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Solomon's Child Playbill - Opening Night, April 1982 Solomon's Child (1982)
Opened Apr 8, 1982
  • as Trooper (Standby - Original)
  • as Sam (Standby - Original)
  • as Joe (Standby - Original)
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Ned & Jack Playbill - Opening Night, Nov 1981 Ned & Jack (1981)
Opened Nov 8, 1981
  • as John (Jack) Barrymore (Standby - Original)
  • as Danny (Standby - Original)
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The Elephant Man Playbill - April 1979 The Elephant Man (1979)
Opened Apr 19, 1979
  • as Orderly (Replacement)
  • as Pinhead Manager (Understudy - Replacement)
  • as Will (Understudy - Replacement)
  • as Lord John (Understudy - Replacement)
  • as London Policeman (Understudy - Replacement)
  • as John Merrick (Understudy - Replacement)
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The Importance of Being Earnest Playbill - June 1977 The Importance of Being Earnest (1977)
Opened Jun 16, 1977
  • as Lane (Original)
  • as Algernon Moncrieff (Understudy - Original)
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Legend Playbill - May 1976 Legend (1976)
Opened May 13, 1976
  • as Muley (Original)
Legend - May 1976
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Boccaccio Playbill - Nov 1975 Boccaccio (1975)
Opened Nov 24, 1975
  • as Brother Perdurabo (Original)
  • as Leonetto (Original)
  • as Rustico, A Cousin (Original)
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The Rules of the Game Playbill - Dec 1974 The Rules of the Game (1974)
Opened Dec 12, 1974
  • as Meme (Original)
  • as Leone Gala (Understudy - Original)
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