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  • (1995) His play, "Angels in America: Millennium Approaches and Perestroika," was performed in Chicago, Illinois with Barbara Robertson and Jonathan Hadary in the cast. The crew included Michael Mayer (director), Brian MacDevitt (lighting designer), Michael Philip Ward (original incidental music), and Rob Milburn (sound designer).
  • (1998) His play, "Angels in America: Parts I and II," was performed at the Journeymen Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Annabel Armour in the cast. The crew included David Cromer (director), N.A. Gibson and David Zerlin (sound designers).
  • (2003) His play, "Homebody/Kabul," was performed at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois with Amy Morton in the cast.
  • (2006) His play, "Angels in America, Part One: Millennium Approaches," was performed at the Hypocrites Theatre in co-production with Bailiwick Repertory Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. The crew included Michael Griggs and Mikhail Fiksel (sound designers) and Jared Moore (lighting designer).
  • (2007) His play, "Angels in America, Part II: Perestroika," was performed at the Hypocrites Theatre and Bailiwick Repertory Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Jared Moore (lighting designer), Michael Griggs and Mikhail Fiksel (sound designers) in the crew.
  • (2008 - 2009) His musical, "Caroline, or Change," was performed at the Court Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with E. Faye Butler, Malcolm Durning, and Melanie Brezill in the cast. Charles Newell was director. Doug Peck was musical director.
  • (2009-2010 Season) Charles Ludlam and his play, "The Mystery of Irma Vep," was performed at the Court Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Erik Hellman and Chris Sullivan in the cast. Sean Graney was director. Alison Siple was costume designer.
  • (2009 - 2010) Pierre Corneille and his play, "The Illusion," was performed at the Court Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Timothy Edward Kane in the cast. Charles Newell was director. Collette Pollard was scenic designer. Jacqueline Firkins was costume designer. Joshua Horvath and Nick Keenan were sound designers. John Culbert was lighting designer.
  • (2011-2012 Season) His play, "Angels in America--Parts I and II," was performed at the Court Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Larry Yando in the cast. Joshua Horvath and Kevin O'Donnell were sound designers.
  • (1992) His play, "Angels in America," was performed in a Royal National Theatre production at the Cottesloe Theatre in London, England with Henry Goodman, Sean Chapman, Marcus D'Amico, Nick Reding, and Felicity Montague in the cast. Declan Donnellan was director.
  • (1994 - 1995) His plays, "Angels in America, Part I: Millennium Approaches," and "Angels in America, Part II: Perestroika," was performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Mark Wing-Davey was director.
  • (1994) His play, "Angels in America," was performed in the American Conservatory Theatre production at the Marines Memorial Theatre in San Francisco, California. David Wing-Davey was director.
  • (August 12 to September 2, 1995) His play, "Angels in America: Part I Millennium Approaches and Part II: Perestroika," was performed at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Reg Flowers in the cast. Michael Mayer was director. George C. Wolfe was production supervisor.
  • (November 6 to December 26, 2004) He wrote the book and lyrics for the musical, "Caroline, or Change," in a West Coast premiere at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Tonya Pinkins and Anika Noni Rose in the cast. Jeanine Tesori was composer. George C. Wolfe was director. Kimberly Grisby was musical director. Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer were lighting designers.
  • (1993 - 1994) His play, "Angels in America: Part Two-Perestroika," was performed on Broadway in New York City with Stephen Spinella, Jeffrey Wright and David Marshall Grant in the cast. George C. Wolfe was director. Jules Fisher was lighting designer.
  • (October 28 to November 19, 1992) His play, "Angels in America" A Gay Fantasia on National Themes: Part One, "Millennium Approaches," was performed at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Kathleen Chalfant, K. Todd Freeman, Jeffrey King, Ron Leibman, Cynthia Mace, Joe Mantello, Ellen McLaughlin and Stephen Spinella in the cast. Oskar Eustis and Tony Taccone were directors. Gordon Davidson was artistic director. John Conklin was scenic designer. Gabriel Berry was costume designer. Pat Collins was lighting designer. Jon Gottlieb was sound designer.
  • (November 8 to December 6, 1992) His play, "Angels in America" A Gay Fantasia on National Themes: Part Two, "Perestroika," was performed at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California Kathleen Chalfant, K. Todd Freeman, Jeffrey King, Ron Leibman, Cynthia Mace, Joe Mantello, Ellen McLaughlin and Stephen Spinella in the cast. Oskar Eustis and Tony Taccone were directors. Gordon Davidson was artistic director. John Conklin was scenic designer. Gabriel Berry was costume designer. Pat Collins was lighting designer. Jon Gottlieb was sound designer.
  • (1992 - 1993) His play, "Angels in America: Part One-Millennium Approaches," was performed on Broadway in New York City with Ron Leibman and Stephen Spinella in the cast. George C. Wolfe was director.
  • (July 14 to September 8, 1991) He and Ariel Dorfman adapted Dorfman's novel, "Widows," in a world premiere at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Robert Egan was director.
  • (October 15 to November 19, 1995 His play, "Slavs!," was performed in a West Coast premiere production at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Michael Greif was director. Mark Wendland was scenic designer.
  • (September 21 to November 9, 2003) His play, "Homebody/Kabul," was performed in association with the Steppenwolf Theatre Company at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Frank Galati was director.
  • (1994-1995 season) He directed Naomi Wallace's play, "In The Heart of America," in a workshop at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut.
  • (2004-2005 season) His play, "Only We Who Guard The Mystery Shall Be Unhappy," was performed in a reading at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut. Gordon Edelstein was director.
  • (March 8 to 27, 1994) His play, "Slavs! (Thinking About the Longstanding Problems of Virtue and Happiness)," was performed in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Michael Kevin (Vassily Vorovilich Smukov); Gerald Hiken (Serge Esmereldovich Upgobkin); Ray Fry (Aleksii Antedilluvianovich Prelapsarianov); Fred Major (Ippolite Ippopolitovitch Popolitipov); Steven Culp (Yegor Tremens Rodent); Kate Goehring (Katherina Sesafima Gleb); Mary Shultz (Bonfila Bezhukhovna Bonch-Bruevich); unknown actor (Yodya Domik); and Barbara Eda-Young (Mrs. Shastlivyi Domik) in the cast. Lisa Peterson was director.
  • (March 29 to 31, 1996) He directed his play, "Reverse Transcription," in a Ten Minute Plays Humana Festival production (An evening of ten-minute plays) at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with John Leonard Thompson (Hautflote); Jennifer Hubbard (Aspera); Christopher Evan Welch (Biff); Daniel Oreskas (Happy); Fanni Green (Ottoline) and Fred Major (Flatty) in the cast.
  • (September 1 to 20, 1998) HIs play, "Angels in America, Part One: Millennium Approaches," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Adale O'Brien (Rabbi Chemelwitz/Henry/Hannah Pitt/Ethel Rosenberg); William McNulty (Roy Cohn/Prior 2); Jon Brent Curry (Joe Pitt-/Prior 1/Eskimo); Angela Reed (Harper Pitt/Martin Heller); Billy Porter (Belize/Mr. Lies/Man); Aaron Goodwin (Louis Ironson); Bash Halow (Prior Walter); Suzanne Grodner (Emily/Sr. Ella Chapter/Woman/Angel) in the cast. Mladen Kiselov was director.
  • (February 23 to March 28, 1999) His play, "And R Even More So," was performed in a T(Ext) Shirt Plays (A collection of plays commission by Actors Theatre of Louisville) production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky.
  • (September 19 to October 14, 2017) HIs play, "Angels in America, Part Two: Perestroika," was performed in a Brown Forman Series production at the Pamela Brown Auditorium, Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky. Meredith McDonough was director.
  • (August 29 to October 10, 2017) His play, "Angels in America, Part One: Millennium Approaches," was performed in a Brown Forman Series production at the Pamela Brown Auditorium, Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky. Meredith McDonough was director.
  • (1994 to 1995 season) He adapted Pierce Corneille's play, "L'Illiusion Comique," into "The Illusion," at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island with William Damkoehler, Dan Welch, Anne Scurria, Shawn Hamilton, Shannon Holt, Phyllis Kay, Allen Oliver, Timothy Crowe, Jodie Rufty, Robert Casey, Gabriel Diamond and Matthew Fagin in the cast. Brian Kulick was director. Mark Wendland was set designer. William Lane was costume designer. Heather Carson was lighting designer. Tori Haring-Smith was Dramaturge.
  • (1994 to 1995 season) His play, "Slavs," was performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island with Barbara Meek, Anne Scurria, Robert J. Colonna, Brian McEleney, Timothy Crowe, William Damkoehler, Fred Sullivan Jr., Lisa Lane, Sarah E. Galli and Scarlet Schore in the cast. Oskar Eustis was director and artistic director. Eugene Lee was set designer. William Lane was costume designer. Christopher Akerlind was lighting designer. Richard Cumming was composer and music director. Tori Haring-Smith was Dramaturge. Bobby H. Grayson was wig designer.
  • (1995 to 1996 season) His play, "Angels in America: Part I: Millennium Approaches," was performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island. Oskar Eustis was director. Eugene Lee was set designer. William Lane was costume designer. Harry Matthews was lighting designer. Jon Gottlieb was sound designer.
  • (1996 to 1997 season) His plays, "Angels in America: Part I: Millennium Approaches and Part II: Perestroika," were performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island. Oskar Eustis was director. Eugene Lee was set and lighting designer. William Lane was costume designer. Jon Gottlieb was sound designer.
  • (2001 to 2002 season) His play, "Homebody/Kabul," was performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island. Oskar Eustis was director. Eugene Lee was set designer. WIlliam Lane was costume designer. Deb Sullivan was lighting designer. Peter Sasha Hurowitz was sound designer.

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