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  • (1963- ). Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1963) Stage Play The Lady of the Camellias. Dramatized by Giles Cooper. Adaptation by Terrence McNally [earliest Broadway credit]. From "The Lady of the Camellias" by Alexandre Dumas. Incidental music by Ned Rorem. Devised by Franco Zeffirelli. Directed by Franco Zeffirelli. Winter Garden Theatre: 20 Mar 1963- 30 Mar 1963 (13 performances + 2 previews that began on 18 Mar 1963). Cast: Frank Silvera (as "M. Duval"), Susan Strasberg (as "Marguerite Gauthier") [final Broadway role], John Stride (as "Armand Duval"), Lou Antonio (as "Gaston"), Jeanne Barr (as "Eve"), Lelia Barry (as "Louise"), Ludi Claire (as "Mme. LeMaitre"), Frederick Combs (as "Marcel"), Francis Compton (as "Calon"), Mitchell Erickson (as "Buyer"), Peggy Feury (as "Jeanne"), Frances Fuller (as "Nanine") [final Broadway role], Charles Gaines (as "Buyer"), George Gaynes (as "St. Hilaire"), John Hillerman (as "Count Rene De Nogent") [final Broadway role], Mary Mercier (as "Mathilde"), Martin Meyers (as "Buyer"), Jan Miner (as "Prudence"), Earl Montgomery (as "Ribaud"), Rex O'Malley (as "Auguste"), Virginia Robinson (as "Countess"), John P. Ryan (as "Buyer"). Understudies: Lelia Barry (as "Marguerite Gauthier"), Frederick Combs (as "Armand Duval/Gaston"), Mitchell Erickson (as "Count Rene De Nogent/Marcel/Ribaud, St. Hilaire), Charles Gaines (as "Auguste/Calon/M. Duval), Mary Mercier (as "Prudence"), Constance Simons (as "Countess/Eve/Jeanne, Louise/Mathilde/Mme. LeMaitre/Nanine"). Produced by Carroll Masterson, Harris Masterson and Norman Twain.
  • Libretto for San Francisco Opera Company's 1999 version of the story told in the film Dead Man Walking (1995).
  • Book for the stage version of The Full Monty (1997) in San Diego, CA, June 2000.
  • Playwright: "Corpus Christi"
  • Playwright: "The Stendhal Syndrome", 2004
  • Playwright: "A Perfect Gamesh"
  • Playwright: "Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune" (filmed as Frankie and Johnny (1991))
  • Playwright: "The Lisbon Traviatta"
  • Playwright: "Lips Together, Teeth Apart"
  • (1975) Stage Play: The Ritz. Comedy/farce. Written by Terrence McNally. Scenic Design by Lawrence S. King and Michael H. Yeargan. Costume Design by Lawrence King and Michael H. Yeargan. Lighting Design by Martin Aronstein. Directed by Robert Drivas. Longacre Theatre: 20 Jan 1975- 4 Jan 1975 (400 performances + 10 previews that began on 10 Jan 1975). Cast: Ron Abel (as "Pianist"), F. Murray Abraham (as "Chris"), Bruce Bauer (as "Policeman"), Richard Boccelli (as "Crisco"), Christopher J. Brown (as "Duff"), Stephen Collins (as "Michael Brick"), Hortensia Colorado (as "Maurine"), Tony De Santis (as "Sheldon Farenthold"), George Dzundza (as "Abe"), John Everson (as "Tiger"), Ruth Jaroslow (as "Vivian Proclo"), Rita Moreno (as "Googie Gomez"), Paul B. Price (as "Claude Perkins"), John Remme (as "Patron") [Broadway debut], Steve Scott (as "Patron"), Jerry Stiller (as "Carmine Vespucci"), Jack Weston (as "Gaetano Proclo"). Produced by Adela Holzer. Note: Filmed as The Ritz (1976).
  • Playwright: "Some Men" (2007)
  • Playwright: "Andre's Mother" (filmed as Andre's Mother (1990))
  • Playwright: "Next", 1970.
  • Playwright: "Love! Valour! Compassion!" (filmed as Love! Valour! Compassion! (1997))
  • (March 4, 2009 - April 5, 2009) His play, "Master Class," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Barbara Walsh, and directed by Wendy Goldberg.
  • (1992) His play, "The Lisbon Traviata," was performed at the Bailiwick Repertory Theatre in Chicago, Illinois, with Harry Althaus and Christopher Cartmill in the cast. The crew included Judy O'Malley (director) and Jeff Appelbaum (sound designer).
  • (1993) His play, "Lips Together, Teeth Apart," was performed at the Halsted Theatre Centre Inc. and the Pelican Corp. in Chicago, Illinois, with Joan Schwenk in the cast. Kevin Snow was scenic designer.
  • (1999) His play, "Lips Together, Teeth Apart," was performed at the Circle Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with David Krajecki and Patrick Uphues (scenic designers) in the crew.
  • (1999) His play, "Master Class," was performed at the Northlight Theatre and Columbia Arts in Chicago, Illinois with Carmen Roman in the cast.
  • (2002) John Kander, Fred Ebb and his new adaptation of the musical, "The Visit," was performed at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Chita Rivera in the cast. The crew included Brian MacDevit (lighting designer) and Ann Reinking (choreographer). Frank Galati was director.
  • (2005) David Yazbek and his musical, "The Full Monty," was performed at the Drury Lane Theatre Water Tower Place in Chicago, Illinois with Renee Matthews and Michael Aaron Lindner in the cast. Jim Corti was choreographer.
  • (2008) David Yazbek and his musical, "The Full Monty," was performed at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Alene Robertson in the cast.
  • (March 7, 2011 - May 8, 2011) He wrote the book of a musical for Frank Abagnale Jr and Stan Redding's book, "Catch Me if You Can," at the Neil Simon Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Aaron Tveit (played Frank W. Abagnale Jr.), Kerry Butler, Nobert Leo Butz (played Carl Hanratty FBI), and Tom Wopat (played Frank Abagnale Sr.) in the cast. Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman composed original score and music. Jerry Mitchell was choreographer. Jack O'Brien was director.
  • Morning, Noon and Night (1968). [This production was composed of the following 1- act shows: Morning, Noon, and Night. "Morning" Written by Israel Horovitz. "Noon" written by Terrence McNally. "Night" written by Leonard Melfi [earliest Broadway credit]. All 3 acts directed by Theodore Mann. Henry Miller's Theatre: 28 Nov 1968- 11 Jan 1969 (52 performances + 14 previews that began in mid- Nov 1968). Cast: Sorrell Booke (as "Fibber Kidding") [final Broadway credit], John Heffernan (as "Robin Breast Western"), Robert Klein (as "Cock Certain'), Charlotte Rae (as "Filigree Bones"), Jana Robbins [credited as Jana Marla Robbins] (as "Miss Indigo Blues"). Understudy: Walter Rosen Scholz. Produced by Circle in the Square (Theodore Mann: Artistic Director. Paul Libin: Managing Director).
  • The Rink (1984). Musical. Book by Terrence McNally. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Music by John Kander. Choreographed by Graciela Daniele. Assistant Choreographer: Tina Paul. Directed by A.J. Antoon. Martin Beck Theatre: 9 Feb 1984- 4 Aug 1984 (204 performances + 29 previews that began on 12 Jan 1984. Cast: Liza Minnelli (as "Angel"), Chita Rivera (as "Anna"), Jason Alexander (as "Lino/Wrecker/Lenny/Punk/Uncle Fausto"), Ronn Carroll (as "Ben/Wrecker/Dino's Father/Mrs. Silverman/Sister Philomena"), Scott Ellis (as "Lucky/Wrecker/Sugar/Punk/Arnie/Suitor/Bobby Perillo/Danny"), Kim Hauser (as "Little Girl"), Scott Holmes (as "Guy/Wrecker/Dino/Father Rocco/Debbie Duberman"), Mel Johnson Jr. (as "Buddy/Wrecker/Hiram/Mrs. Jackson/Charlie/Suitor/Junior Miller"), Frank Mastrocola (as "Tony/Wrecker/Tom/Punk/Suitor/Peter Reilly"). Standbys: Patti Karr (as "Anna"), Lenora Nemetz (as "Angel"). Understudies: Rob Marshall (as "Lino/Lucky/Tony"), Frank Mastrocola (as "Guy"), Kimi Parks (as "Little Girl"), Jim Tushar (as "Ben/Buddy"). Replacement actors during run: Stockard Channing (as "Angel"), Scott Ellis (as "Mrs. Antonelli"), Standby: Mary Testa (as "Angel"). Frank Mastrocola (as "Danny"), Kimi Parks (as "Little Girl"). Standby: Mary Testa (as "Angel"). Understudy: Barclay DeVeau (as "Little Girl"). Produced by Jules Fisher, Roger Berlind, Joan Cullman, Milbro Productions and Kenneth-John Productions (Kenneth D. Greenblatt: President. John J. Pomerantz: Executive Vice President). Produced in association with Jonathan Farkas and Jujamcyn Theaters (under the direction of Richard G. Wolff, President). Associate Producer: Tina Chen.
  • (1995) Stage Play: Master Class. Written by Terrence McNally. "Nel di della vittoria... Vieni! t'affretta!" (from "Macbeth") by Giuseppe Verdi. "Recondita armonia" (from "Tosca") by Giacomo Puccini. "Oh! Se una volta sola... Ah! non credea mirarti" (from "La Sonnambula") by Vincenzo Bellini. Directed by Leonard Foglia. John Golden Theatre: 5 Nov 1995- 29 Jun 1997 (598 performances + 12 previews that began on 26 Oct 1995).
  • (1998) Stage Play: Ragtime. Musical/drama. Book by Terrence McNally. Music by Stephen Flaherty. Based on the novel by E.L. Doctorow. Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens. Music orchestrated by William David Brohn. Musical Director: David Loud. Dance music arranged by David Krane. Vocal arrangements by Stephen Flaherty. Associate Choreographer: Willie Rosario. Livent Resident Director: Anne Allan. Associate Resident Director: Tara Young and Stafford Arima. Musical Staging by Graciela Daniele. Directed by Frank Galati. Ford Center for the Performing Arts: 18 Jan 1998- 16 Jan 2000 (834 performances + 27 previews that began on 26 Dec 1997). Cast: Peter Friedman (as "Tateh"), Mark Jacoby (as "Father"), Marin Mazzie (as "Mother"), Audra McDonald (as "Sarah"), Brian Stokes Mitchell (as "Coalhouse Walker Jr."), Jim Corti (as "Harry Houdini"), Tommy Hollis (as "Booker T. Washington"), Judy Kaye (as "Emma Goldman"), Lynnette Perry (as "Evelyn Nesbit"), Steven Sutcliffe (as "Mother's Younger Brother"), Shaun Amyot (as "Ensemble"), Darlene Bel Grayson (as "Ensemble"), Kevin Bogue (as "Stanford White/Ensemble"), Sondra M. Bonitto (as "Ensemble"), Rod Campbell (as "Admiral Peary/Reporter/Ensemble"), Jamie Chandler-Torns (as "Ensemble"), Larry Daggett (as "Henry Ford/Policeman/Town Hall Bureaucrat"), Ralph Deaton (as "Ensemble"), Rodrick Dixon (as "Ensemble"), Bernard Dotson (as "Ensemble"), Donna Dunmire (as "Ensemble"), Adam Dyer (as "Ensemble"), Duane Martin Foster (as "Matthew Henson/Black Lawyer/Gang Member/Ensemble"), Patty Goble (as "Ensemble"), Colton Green (as "Harry K. Thaw/Policeman/Ensemble"), Elisa Heinsohn (as "Ensemble"), Anne Kanengeiser (as "Kathleen/2nd Bureaucrat/Welfare Official/Ensemble"), Jeffrey Kuhn (as "Reporter/Fireman/Clerk/Ensemble"), Keith LaMelle Thomas (as "Pas de Deux/Ensemble"), Joe Langworth (as "Ensemble"), Joe Locarro (as "Conductor/Ensemble"), Conrad McLaren (as "Grandfather/Foreman"), Lea Michele (as "The Little Girl"), David Mucci (as "Willie Conklin"), Anne L. Nathan (as "Brigit/Baron's Assistant/Ensemble"), Panchali Null (as "Ensemble"), Mike O'Carroll (as "J.P. Morgan/Judge"), Mimi Quillin (as "Ensemble"), Michael Redd (as "Little Coalhouse/Alternate"), Monica L. Richards (as "Pas de Deux/Ensemble"), Shane Rogers (as "Little Coalhouse/Alternate"), Orgena Rose (as "Ensemble"), Gordon Stanley (as "Trolley Conductor/Reporter/Charles S. Whitman/Ensemble"), Alex Strange (as "The Little Boy"), Angela Teek (as "Ensemble"), Vanessa Townsell-Crisp (as "Sarah's Friend"), Allyson Tucker (as "Ensemble"), Leon Williams (as "Ensemble"), Bruce Winant (as "Doctor/Dirty Old Man/White Lawyer/Ensemble"). Replacement cast: Johmaalya Adelekan (as "Ensemble"), James D. Beeks (as "Ensemble"), Leslie Bell (as "Ensemble"), Dara Paige Bloomfied (as "The Little Girl/Alternate"), Amy Bodnar (as "Ensemble"), Donna Bullock (as "Mother"), Scott Carollo (as "Mother's Younger Brother"), Darlesia Cearcy (as "Sarah"), Albert Christmas (as "Ensemble"), Christopher Cordell (as "The Little Boy"), Pierce Cravens (as "The Little Boy/Alternate"), Joseph Dellger (as "Father"), Erick Devine (as "Foreman/J.P. Morgan"), John Dossett (as "Father"), Bernard Dotson (as "Pas de Deux"), Roberta Duchak (as "Ensemble"), Mary Sharon Dziedzic (as "Ensemble"), Tina Fabrique (as "Sarah's Friend"), Sean Grant (as "Ensemble"), Jeff Hairston (as "Ensemble"), Anthony Blair Hall (as "The Little Boy"), Paul Harman (as "Child Buyer/Doctor/Ensemble"), Davon Harris (as "Little Coalhouse/Alternate"), Isaiah S. Henderson (as "Little Coalhouse/Alternate"), Rosena M. Hill (as "Ensemble"), Adam Hunter (as "Ensemble"), Michael Hyatt (as "Sarah's Friend"), Kimberly JaJuan (as "Ensemble"), LaChanze (as "Sarah"), Janine LaManna (as "Evelyn Nesbit"), Deidre Lang (as "Ensemble/Pas de Deux"), Elizabeth Lundberg (as "The Little Girl"), David Masenheimer (as "Henry Ford"), Rusty Mowery (as "Ensemble"), Kimberly Dawn Neumann (as "Ensemble"), Zoie Quinde (as "Ensemble"), Michele Ragusa (as "Evelyn Nesbit"), John Rubinstein (as "Tateh"), Michael Rupert (as "Tateh"), James Stovall (as "Coalhouse Walker Jr."), Landel Thorman (as "Little Coalhouse/Alternate"), Tom Toner [credited as Tom Toner](as "Grandfather/Reporter"), Josh Tower (as "Ensemble"), Ron Trenouth (as "Child Buyer/Doctor/Ensemble"), Ann Van Cleave (as "2nd Bureaucrat/Ensemble/Kathleen/Welfare Official"), Joseph Webster (as "Ensemble"), Alton Fitzgerald White (as "Coalhouse Walker Jr."), Mindy Franzese Wild (as "Ensemble"), Laurie Williamson (as "Ensemble"), Eric Jordan Young (as "Ensemble/Pas de Deux"), Bernie Yvon (as "Harry Houdini"). Produced by Livent (U.S.) Inc.
  • (2000) Stage Play: The Full Monty. Musical comedy.
  • (2002) Stage Play: Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune.
  • (2005) Stage Play: Chita Rivera: The Dancer's Life.
  • (2007) Stage Play: Deuce.
  • (2007) Stage Play: The Ritz. Comedy/farce (revival). Written by Terrence McNally. Studio 54: 11 Oct 2007- 9 Dec 2007 (69 performances + 30 previews that began on 15 Sep 2007). Produced by Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes: Artistic Director. Harold Wolpert: Managing Director; Julia C. Levy: Executive Director. Gene Feist: Founding Director).
  • (2009) Stage Play: Ragtime. Musical/drama. Book by Terrence McNally. Music by Stephen Flaherty. Based on the novel by E.L. Doctorow. Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens.
  • (2011) Stage Play: Catch Me If You Can. Musical comedy.
  • (2011) Stage Play: Master Class. (Revival). Written by Terrence McNally.
  • (1989) His play, "Frankie & Johnny In the Claire De Lune," was performed at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with Julie Walters and Brian Cox in the cast. Paul Benedict was director.
  • (October 13, 1998 - November 29, 1998) "Corpus Christi," dramatic play, written by Terrence McNally, directed by Joe Mantello, with Michael C. Hall (portraying Peter et al); Ken Leung (portraying James the Less et al); Josh Lucas (portraying Judas); and others in the cast; Off-Broadway at the New York City Center-Stage I, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (56 performances).
  • (1998) Stephen Flaherty, Lynn Ahrens and his musical, "Ragtime," was performed at the Ford Center for the Performing Arts on Broadway in New York City with Brian Stokes Mitchell, Peter Friedman, Marin Mazzie, Audra McDonald, and Mark Jacoby in the cast.
  • (2005) His play, "Frankie and Johnny in the Clair De Lune," was performed in a Classic Contemporary American Play production at the Boston Court Performing Complex in Los Angeles, California with Tracey A. Leigh and Alan Rosenberg in the cast. Bonnie Franklin was director.
  • (1997) His play, "Master Class," was performed at the Queen's Theatre in London, England with Patti Lu Pone, David Maxwell Anderson, Kenneth Hadley, Susan Roper, David Shrubsole, and Sophia Wylie in the cast.
  • (1998) His play, "Lips Together, Teeth Apart," was performed at the Orange Tree Theatre in London, England with Nick Fletcher, Richard Heffer, Jeremy Crutchley, David Timson, Emma Gregory, Paul Kemp, Stuart Fox, and Amanda Royle in the cast.
  • (2002) Lynn Ahrens, Stephen Flaherty, and his musical, "A Man of No Importance," was performed at the Lincoln Center Theater at the Mitzi E. Newhouse on Broadway in New York City with Roger Rees, Steven Pasquale, Jarlath Conroy, Ronn Carroll, Michael McCormick, Katherine McGrath, and Faith Prince in the cast. Joe Mantello was director.
  • (2013-2014 Season) His play, "Masterclass," was performed at the Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Kelli Harrington in the cast.
  • (2003) Lynne Ahrens, Stephen Flaherty and his musical, "Ragtime," was performed at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England with Maria Friedman, Graham Bickley, Dave Willetts, Matthew White, and Kevyn Morrow in the cast. Stafford Arima was director.
  • (2005) His play, "Frankie and Johnny in the Clair De Lune," was performed in a Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Play production at the Boston Court Performing Complex in Los Angeles, California with Tracey A. Leigh and Alan Rosenberg in the cast. Bonnie Franklin was director.
  • (2005 - 2006) His play, "Frankie and Johnny in the Clair De Lune," was performed in a Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Play production at the Boston Court Performing Complex in Los Angeles, California with Tracey A. Leigh and Alan Rosenberg in the cast. Bonnie Franklin was director.
  • (2014-2015 Season) David Yazbeck and his musical, "The Full Monty," was performed at the Kokandy Productions Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Garrett Lutz, Scott Danielson, and Caron Buinis in the cast. Daniel Spagnulo was choreographer.
  • (June 2, 1987 - June 16, 1987) His play, "Frankie and Johnny in the Clair De Lune," was performed at the Stage II of the Manhattan Theatre Club in New York City with Kathy Bates and F. Murray Abraham in the cast. Paul Benedict was director.
  • (October 14, 1987 - December 1, 1987) play, "Frankie and Johnny in the Clair De Lune," was performed at the Stage I of the Manhattan Theatre Club in New York City with Kathy Bates and Kenneth Welsh in the cast. Paul Benedict was director.
  • (December 4, 1987 - March 12, 1989) His play, "Frankie and Johnny in the Clair De Lune," was performed at the Westside Theatre in New York City with Kathy Bates and Kenneth Welsh in the cast. Paul Benedict was director.
  • (January 30, 2003 - March 9, 2003) His play, "Frankie and Johnny in the 'Clair De Lune," was performed on Broadway at the Belasco Theatre in New York City with Rosie Perez and Joe Pantoliano in the cast. Joe Mantello was director.
  • (July 26, 2002 - January 29, 2003) His play, "Frankie and Johnny in the 'Clair De Lune," was performed on Broadway at the Belasco Theatre in New York City with Edie Falco and Stanley Tucci in the cast. Joe Mantello was director.
  • (July 2007) He wrote the book for the musical, "The Full Monty," at the Ogunquit Playhousei in Ogunquit, Maine with Sally Struthers and Hunter Foster in the cast. Simon Beaufoy was the original screenwriter. David Yazbek was composer and lyricist.
  • (August 2007) He wrote the book for the musical, "The Full Monty," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Sally Struthers, Adrian Zmed, Susan Powell and Michael Halling in the cast. Simon Beaufoy wrote the original screenplay. David Yazbek was composer and lyricist.
  • (September 9 to October 30, 1994) His play, "A Perfect Ganesh," was performed in The Arena Stage Theatre production at the Kreeger Theater in Washington D.C. Laurence Maslon was director.
  • (February 23 to April 9, 2007) His play, "Frankie & Johnny in The Clair De Lune," was performed in The Arena Stage production at the Kreeger Theater in Washington D.C. David Muse was director.
  • (2015-2016 Season) His play, "A Perfect Ganesh," was performed at the Eclipse Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois. Cooper Forsman was sound designer.
  • (2015-2016 Season) His play, 'Lips Together, Teeth Apart," was performed at the Eclipse Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois with Dennis Grimes in the cast. Kevin Hagan was scenic designer.
  • (2015-2016 Season) His play, 'The Lisbon Traviata," was performed at the Eclipse Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois with J.P.Pierson in the cast.
  • (April 16 to June 28, 1992) His play, "It's Only a Play," was performed in presented by the Center Theatre Group/Ahmanson at the James A. Doolittle (University of California) Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Paul Benedict, Eileen Brennan, Zeljko Ivanek, Dana Ivey, Sean O'Bryan, David Pierce, Charles Nelson Reilly and Doris Roberts in the cast. John Tillinger was director.
  • (March 16 to April 21, 1996) He wrote the book for the musical, "The Kiss of the Spider Woman," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Chita Rivera, Juan Chiron and Dorian Harewood in the cast. Harold Prince was director. John Kander was composer. Fred Ebb was lyricist. Rob Bowman was musical director. Vincent Paterson and Rob Marshall were choreographers. Howell Binkley was lighting designer. Florence Klotz was costume designer.
  • (April 10 to June 8, 2002) He wrote the book for the musical, "The Full Monty," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California. David Yazbek was composer and lyricist. Jack O'Brien was director.
  • (November 6 to December 18, 1988) His play, "Frankie and Johnny in the Clair De Lune," in a West Coast premiere at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Kathy Bates and Kenneth Welsh in the cast. Paul Benedict was director.
  • (November 16 to December 30, 1990) His play, "The Lisbon Traviata," was performed in a West Coast premiere production at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Nathan Lane and Richard Thomas in the cast. John Tillinger was director
  • (July 24 to September 19, 1993) His play, "Lips Together, Teeth Apart," was performed at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California. John Tillinger was director. Jon Gottlieb was sound designer.
  • (May 7 to July 1, 1995) His play, "Master Class," was performed in a West Coast premiere at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Zoe Caldwell and Audra McDonald in the cast. Leonard Foglia was director. Brian MacDevitt was lighting designer. Jon Gottlieb was sound designer. Gordon Davidson was artistic director.
  • (April 17 to 28, 1973) He played in Elaine May's play, "Adaptation," in an Actors Theatre of Louisville production at an Off Broadway Theatre in New York City with Vaughn McBride (Games Master); Linda Selman (Female Player); G. W. Bailey (Male Player) and Toby Tompkins (Contestant) in the cast. His play, "Next," was performed in an Actors Theatre of Louisville production at an Off Broadway Theatre in New York CIty with G.W. Bailey (Marion Cheever) and Linda Selman (Sgt. Thech) in the cast.
  • (April 9 to 20, 1975) His play, "Noon," was performed in an Yanks production (two one act plays) at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Jeffrey Duncan Jones (Kerry); Scott Porter (Asher); Mary Ed Porter (Allegra); Beverly May (Beryl); Bob Burrus (Cecil) in the cast. Charles Kerr was director.
  • (January 10 to 28, 1990) His play, "Frankie and Johnny in the Claire De Lune," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Barbara Eda-Young (Frankie) and William McNulty (Johnny) in the cast. Frazier W. Marsh was director.
  • (January 16 to 28, 1996) His play, "A Perfect Ganesh," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Faran Tahir (Ganesha); V Craig Heidenreich (Man); Marion McCorry (Margaret Civil) and Karen Grassle (Katharine Brynne) in the cast. Mladen Kiselov was director.
  • (1970 to 1971 season) Elaine May and his play, "Adaptation/Next," was performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island. Wayne Carson was director. Robert D. Soule was set and lighting designer. John Lehmeyer was costume designer.
  • (1976 to 1977 season) His play, "Bad Habits," was performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island. Robert Mandel was director. Robert D. Soule was set designer. Betsy Potter was costume designer. John Custer was lighting designer.
  • (Summer 1978) His play, "Whiskey," was performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island. Larry Arrick was director. Robert D. Soule was set designer. Mary Aiello Bruce was costume designer. Mark Rippe was lighting designer. Barbara Damashek was music director.
  • (1990 to 1991 season) His play, "Frankie and Johnny in the Clair De Lune," was performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island with Cynthia Strickland and Peter Gerety in the cast. Leonard Foglia was director. Robert D. Soule was set designer. John F. Custer was lighting designer. Marilyn Salvatore was costume designer. John Gromada was sound designer.
  • (1991 to 1992 season) His play, "It's Only a Play," was performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island with Allen Oliver, Peter Gerety, Margo Skinner, Dan Welch, Cynthia Strickland, Timothy Crowe, Jonathan Fried and Janice Duclos in the cast. David Wheeler was director. Robert D. Soule was set designer. John F. Custer was lighting designer. William Lane was costume designer. Anthony PM Ricci was audio designer.
  • (1992 to 1993 season) His play, "Lips Together, Teeth Apart," was performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island with Anne Scurria, Fred Sullivan Jr., Ed Shea and Cynthia Strickland in the cast. Leonard Foglia was director. Michael McGarty was set designer. WIlliam Lane was costume designer. Russell H. Champa was lighting designer. Anthony PM Ricci was audio designer.
  • (1998 to 1999 season) His play, "Master Class," was performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island. Brian McEleney was director. Michael McGarty was set designer. WIlliam Lane was costume designer. Russell Champa was lighting designer. Peter Sasha Hurowitz was sound designer.
  • (April 26 to May 27, 2018) He wrote the book for the musical, "Ragtime," at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island with Janice Duclos (Emma Goldman); Mia Ellis (Sarah); Rebecca Gibel (Evelyn Nesbit); Mauro Hantman (Father); Brian McEleney (Henry Ford); Jude Sandy (Booker T. Washington); Stephen Thorne (Harry Houdini); Charlie Thurston (Tateh); Rachel Warren (Mother) and Joe Wilson Jr. (Coalhouse Walker Jr) in the cast. Stephen Flaherty was composer. Lynn Ahrens was lyricist. E.L. Doctorow wrote the novel. Curt Columbus was director.
  • (September 1988) His play, "Frankie and Johnny in the Clair De Lune," was performed in a Jujamcyn Theaters/Margo Lion presentation of the Manhattan Theatre Club production at the Westside Arts Theatre Upstairs in New York City with Bonnie Franklin (Frankie); Tony Musante (Johnny) and Dominic Cuskern (voice of radio announcer) in the cast. Paul Benedict was director. James Noone was set designer. David Woolard was costume designer. David Noling was lighting designer. John Gromada was sound designer. Pamela Singer was production stage manager. John Lyons and Donna Isaacson were castings directors. Leonard Foglia was assistant director. Steven Baruch, Richard Frankel, Margo Lion, Thomas Viertel were producers. Craig Palanker was stage manager. Thomas Shilhanek was technical director. Joshua Jenkins was master electrician. Matthew Osborne was sound operator. Anna Maria Paolucci was wardrobe supervisor. Alexander T. Wardwell and David Baer were management assistants. Terry Foster was assistant set designer. Nancy Collings was assistant lighting designer. Kate Loeward was assistant to producer. David Hollander, Patricia Crown and John Sloss were legal counsel. R.A. Boyar was insurance. Lutz and Carr were accountants. Serino, Coyne and Nappi were advertisers. Fifi Schuettich was press assistant. Gerry Goodstein and Peter Cunningham were photographers. Caryl Goldsmith was group sales director. Raymond L. Gaspard was theatre producing director. Clover Swann was theatre managing director. Jeannie Holland was box office treasurer. Abby Feder was theatre Dramaturg. Dick Swanson was theatre technical director. Gustin Reichbach was theatre attorney. Sam Feldman was theatre insurance.
  • (April to September 1993) HIs play, "Lips Together, Teeth Apart," was performed in an Oregon Shakespeare Festival production at the Angus Bowmer Theatre in Ashland, Oregon. Penny Metropulos was director. Henry Woronicz was artistic director.
  • (February to March 1993) His play, "Lips Together, Teeth Apart," was performed in an Oregon Shakespeare Festival production at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival Theatre in Portland, Oregon. Dennis Bigelow was Portland artistic director. Penny Metropulos was director. Henry Woronicz was artistic director.
  • (August 1995) His play, "Love, Valour, Compassion!," was performed in a Daedalus Project Play Reading production at the Angus Bowmer Theatre in Ashland, Oregon. Libby Appel was artistic director. Cynthia White was director.

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