Jim Corti Theatre Credits

Stage
Performances

[US Tour]
National Tour, 2003
Old Man Strong/Hot Blades Harry
[Chicago (Regional)]
World Premiere, 2001
Ensemble
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1998
Harry Houdini
Tateh (Understudy)
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1976
Member of the Court
Courtier
[Off-Broadway]
Original Off-Broadway Production, 1975
Performer
[Broadway]
Broadway Transfer, 1975
Alan DeLuca [Replacement]
[Broadway]
Broadway Transfer, 1974
Chinese Coolie
Guest
Lion
Priest
Rosary Vendor
Sailor
Spanish Don
Westphalian Soldier
Ensemble/Other Roles

Photos

(from left)  Assistant Director Trent Stork and Jim Corti, Artistic Director at the Paramount Theatre and director of Miss Saigon, show the cast a model of Linda Buchanan’s set design for the production.
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(from left) Assistant Director Trent Stork and Jim Corti, Artistic Director at the Paramount Theatre and director of Miss Saigon, show the cast a model of Linda Buchanan’s set design for the production.
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Date:
10-12-2013
Jim Corti, Artistic Director at the Paramount Theatre and director of Miss Saigon, addresses his cast and crew at the show’s first rehearsal on October 7.
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Jim Corti, Artistic Director at the Paramount Theatre and director of Miss Saigon, addresses his cast and crew at the show’s first rehearsal on October 7.
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Date:
10-12-2013
(from left)  Assistant Director Trent Stork helps Jim Corti, Artistic Director at the Paramount Theatre and director of Miss Saigon, shows his cast a model of Linda Buchanan’s striking set design for the production.
Caption:
(from left) Assistant Director Trent Stork helps Jim Corti, Artistic Director at the Paramount Theatre and director of Miss Saigon, shows his cast a model of Linda Buchanan’s striking set design for the production.
From:
Date:
10-12-2013
Mitzi Hamilton, Jim Corti
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Mitzi Hamilton, Jim Corti
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Date:
03-29-2011
Tim Kazurinsky, Jim Corti and Marsha Kazurinsky
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Tim Kazurinsky, Jim Corti and Marsha Kazurinsky
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Date:
08-20-2009

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