theater credits

Midsummer Night's Dream -- Puck
---Oct. 11, 1999, Dorothy Chandler Pavillion
White Liars & Black Comedy -- Brindsley Miller, Frank
---(1993) Roundabout Theatre
52nd St. Project (1988-1991) Ensemble Studio Theatre
---10 You Get 20 (1991)
---The Dream Theme (1991)
------"The Realtor and the Ratking" -- Ratking
---The Butler Did It (1990)
------"That's Entertainment?" (written by MacNicol)
---You Can't Copyright a Title (1989)
------"Goodbye, Mr. Chips" (written by MacNicol)
Romeo and Juliet -- Romeo
---(1988) Public/Anspacher Theater
The Nerd -- Rick Steadman
---(1987-1988) Helen Hayes Theater
King Richard II -- Richard II
---(1987) NY Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theater
All the King's Men -- Jack Burden
---(1987) Trinity Repertory Company, RI
---(1986) Dallas Theater Center
Twelfth Night -- Sir Andrew Aguecheek
---(1986) NY Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theater
Rum and Coke -- Jake Seward
---(1986) Public Theater, NYC
Execution of Justice -- Douglas Schmidt
---(1985) Guthrie Theater, MN
Found a Peanut -- Little Earl
---(1984) Public/Anspacher Theater, NYC
Tartuffe (1984) Alaska Repertory Theatre
Another Country -- Tommy Judd
---(1983) Long Wharf Theatre, CT
Crimes of the Heart -- Barnette Lloyd
---(1983) Ahmanson Theater, L.A. CA
---(1981) John Golden Theater, NYC
---(1980) Manhattan Theater Club
At the Guthrie Theater, MN:
Hamlet (1978)
The Pretenders (1978)
A Christmas Carol -- Ghost of Christmas
M. DeMoliere -- the Fool
A Marriage -- Anutchkin
"[MacNicol] has an extraordinary
emotional capacity I've seen in few
actors. I've never seen him do
something false. He may make the  
wrong choice in an acting thing, and
he sometimes takes enormous risks,
but it's always truthful. It
always comes from his insides."
~Joseph Papp, director of Richard II
"[MacNicol has] compassion,
warmth and great wit. His comedy is
very human, and the fearlessness he
uses in his comedy work helps to
make him suited to Shakespeare."
~Kevin Kline, "Sophie's Choice" co-star


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