Wayne Elbert

Wayne appeared in a number of NY theatre performances in the 1970s through the 1990s. He’s probably best known for playing a “G-man” in the 1971 Broadway revival of “You Can’t Take it With You”, that was produced as a Great Performances episode.

Careful Google Search’s reveal appearances both off-Broadway and in regional theatre.

He transitioned to an off-Broadway Stage Manager for a number of productions at Theatre Four: Sally, Prince, and In an Upstate Motel, and acted in Burner’s Frolic in 1990, his last appearance on the Internet.

NFT Credits

Credit Type Production Season
Stage Manager In the House of Blues 1985-86 Season
Actor Section D 1975-76 Season
Actor Birdland 1978-79 Season