Wrote (w/John Lahr
) "The Manchurian Candidate," performed at the Shattered Globe Theatre in Chicago, IL, with Doug McDade and Linda Reiter in the cast. The crew included Laura Contey (director) and J.J. Porterfield (sound designer).
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Condon's 1958 novel, "The Oldest Confession", about an art thief, was inspired by paintings he saw during the filming of The Pride and the Passion
(1957), at El Escorial outside Madrid. In the vestry, the film lighting showed paintings by Goya, Velasquez, and El Greco high on the wall, which otherwise were not visible. His novel was adapted into the film The Happy Thieves
(1961), starring Rex