He directed the Royal Shakespeare Company in the Stratford Theatre Festival at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England.
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[after seeing the 'revised' television version of his film "Three Into Two Won't Go", which was not only heavily cut, but also featured 20 minutes of extra scenes filmed in Hollywood by a different director and crew, with new actors]: Universal shipped me a copy and asked for my response. I asked to have my name removed, and the title changed. I also have to report that I was bored.
Has twice won Broadway's Tony Award: in 1967 as Best Director (Dramatic) for Harold Pinter
's "The Homecoming," and in 1981 as Best Director (Play) for Peter Shaffer
's "Amadeus." He has also been Tony-nominated eight other times: as Best Director, in 1958 for "The Rope Dancers;" as Best Director (Dramatic), in 1972 for Harold Pinter
's "Old Times," as Best Director (Play), in 1979 with ...