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Tom O'Horgan (I) (1924–2009)

Tom O'Horgan was named Theatrical Director of the Year in 1968 by "Newsweek" magazine. That watershed year was the apogee of his fame, when he brought "Hair" to Broadway after scoring with two other plays, "Tom Paine" (about the writer of the Revolutionary War-era tome "The Rights of Man") and "Futz!" (1969). O'Horgan had made his name Off-Off ... See full bio »

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(age 84) in Venice, Florida, USA

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Rhinoceros
Rhinoceros Director
(1974)
Futz
Futz Composer
(1969)
Den sårede filoktet
(1974)
Boxiganga
Boxiganga Composer
(1967)

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 1974 Den sårede filoktet (TV Movie)
 1969 Futz
 1967 Boxiganga
 1966 Chafed Elbows
 1964 A Touch of Greatness (Documentary)
 1964 Babo 73
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Stage: Directed original Broadway production of "Lenny" See more »

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