Don's performing career has been long and varied, including seven Broadway shows, seven national tours, four feature films, regional theatre, summer stock, commercials, and industrial shows.

Don was most recently seen on Broadway in the revival of Tom Stoppard's Jumpers as one of the title characters, a jumper. As the magical Mr. Mistoffelees in Cats, he was praised by Frank Rich in the New York Times. He originated the role of Frank Melrose in George C. Wolfe's Jelly's Last Jam and the role of Sonny Bono in Tommy Tune's The Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public. Other Broadway credits include his Broadway debut in Richard Rodgers' Rex, a featured soloist in The American Dance Machine, and the back-flipping granny and understudy to the Ghost of Christmas Past (played) in the original production of A Christmas Carol at Madison Square Garden.

Don played a "vigorous, sympathetic" Mike in the first international company of A Chorus Line, "dancing with great verve in 'I Can Do That'"; he was Baby John in the national tour of West Side Story. Don has played Tom Thumb in seven productions of Barnum, including the Los Angeles company with Jim Dale and Glenn Close, and he choreographed the show at the Claridge in Atlantic City. He understudied the lead role of Bill Snibson in the national tour of Me and My Girl. Don's performance in that role in the Miami Beach opening received great acclaim (click here) -- both he and his wife, Bette Glenn, were cast in that production, so they packed their two kids, two cats, and a cooler in the car and took the whole family on the road.

To view Don's full performing resume click here.

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