Between 1956 and 1960 G. also toured in various
Yiddish-language shows with his parents in Montreal,
Miami Beach and Philadelphia.
Then, around 1963-4, G. toured with his mother Dinah
Goldberg and Molly Picon in the national tour of the
Broadway musical, "Milk and Honey." In 1965 G.
appeared with Max Perlman, Jacob Jacobs, Miriam
Kressyn and Leon Liebgold in "Hello Charlie."
appeared with his parents in Yiddish vaudeville,
from cir 1955 to 1960, at the National Theatre in
New York City, as well as at the Parkway Theatre in
Brooklyn and the Cameo Theatre in Miami Beach.
studied acting in Stella Adler's school from 1963
until 1970. Then in the mid- to late sixties, G. was
part of the
national tours of "Enter Laughing" and "Come Blow
Your Horn," both starring Menasha Skulnik. Later G.
studied and acted in productions at the Pasadena
Playhouse in California. After this time, G.
interrupted his professional acting career and
entered into the business world, spending twenty-five
years in the optical industry. G. then resumed his
career in the theatre. From the eighties on, he was involved in many regional English-language
productions as an actor and director, and he served as
resident director at Long Island's Airport Playhouse
from 1981 to 1993.
G. returned to the professional acting world,
starring in the Off-Broadway production of "Harry &
Eddie: The Birth of Israel." Then he went on to
perform Off-Broadway in the following original English-language
plays: "The Manufacturer's Daughter," "Feldman &
Sons," as well as in a revival of Odet's "Awake and Sing." Then he
co-starred with John Davidson in "Man of La Mancha"
at Ocean Professional Theatre in Barnegat, New
Jersey in 2012. He further appeared in that company's
production of "Titanic: The Musical," "Gypsy,"
"Cats," and Cole Porter's "Anything Goes." Most
recently he was seen as "Sancho" in the 2014
national tour of "Man of La Mancha."
G. is a
member of the Actors' Equity Association, the
Yiddish Theatrical Alliance, and the Yiddish Artists
and Friends' Actors' Club.