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Marshall W. Mason


Marshall W. Mason is a director, known for Picnic (1986), The Mound Builders (1976) and Kennedy's Children (1982). He has been married to Daniel Irvine since July 25, 2011. See full bio »

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 1986 Picnic (TV Movie)
 1982 American Playhouse (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1982 Kennedy's Children (TV Movie)
 1976 The Mound Builders (TV Movie)
 1971 Sextet Yes (Short)
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 2018 Broadway: The Next Generation (Documentary) (filming)
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 2016 Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age (Documentary) (post-production)
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 2007 In the Life (TV Series documentary)
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- A New Look (2007) ... Himself
 1981 The 35th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special)
Himself - Nominee: Best Direction of a Play
 1980 The 34th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special)
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 1978 Emerald City (TV Series)
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- Episode dated 2 June 1978 (1978) ... Himself
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Other Works:

Passion (1983). Written by Peter Nichols. Directed by Marshall W. Mason. Longacre Theatre: 15 May 1983- 8 Aug 1983 (97 performances + 10 previews that began on 7 May 1983). Cast: Cathryn Damon (as Eleanor"), Frank Langella (as "Jim"), Stephanie Gordon (as "Agnes"), Bob Gunton (as "James"), Roxanne Hart (as "Kate"), E. Katherine... See more »
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Was the founding artistic director of New York City's Circle Repertory Company, which closed in 1996. See more »

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