Production History

1967

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Tartuffe
Molière
William Ball
Tiny Alice
Edward Albee
William Ball
Six Characters in Search of an Author
Luigi Pirandello
William Ball
Death of a Salesman
Arthur Miller
Allen Fletcher
Under Milkwood
Dylan Thomas
William Ball
Beyond the Fringe
Bennett, Cook, Miller, and Moore
Rene Auberjonois
Endgame
Samuel Beckett
Edward Payson Call
Charley’s Aunt
Brandon Thomas
Edward Hastings
Man and Superman
George Bernard Shaw
Jerome Kilty
Arsenic and Old Lace
Joseph Kesselring
Allen Fletcher
Our Town
Thornton Wilder
Edward Hastings
Dear Liar
Jerome Kilty
Jerome Kilty
The Torch-Bearers
George Kelly
Edward Payson Call
Long Day’s Journey into Night
Eugene O'Neill
Byron Ringland
The Seagull
Anton Chekhov
Edward Payson Call
The Zoo Story
Edward Albee
Richard A. Dysart
Krapp's Last Tape
Samuel Beckett
Scott Hylands

 

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1967–68

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Two for the Seesaw
William Gibson
Byron Ringland
The Crucible
Arthur Miller
Allen Fletcher
Thieves’ Carnival
Jean Anouilh
Jerome Kilty
Twelfth Night
William Shakespeare
William Ball
An Evening’s Frost
Donald Hall
Marcella Cisney
The Misanthrope
Molière
David William
A Delicate Balance
Edward Albee
Edward Hastings
A Streetcar Named Desire
Tennessee Williams
Robert Goldsby
Hamlet
William Shakespeare
William Ball
Don’t Shoot, Mabel! It’s Your Husband
Jerome Kilty
Jerome Kilty
Deedle, Deedle Dumpling, My Son God
Brian McKinney
Patrick Tovatt
Long Live Life
Jerome Kilty
Jerome Kilty
In White America
Martin Duberman
Nagle Jackson
Caught in the Act
Nagle Jackson
Nagle Jackson
*The Zoo Story
Edward Albee
Richard A. Dysart
The American Dream
Edward Albee
William Ball
*Dear Liar
Jerome Kilty
Jerome Kilty
*Under Milkwood
Dylan Thomas
William Ball
*Tartuffe
Molière
William Ball
*Tiny Alice
Edward Albee
William Ball
*Our Town
Thornton Wilder
Edward Hastings
*Long Day’s Journey into Night
Eugene O’Neill
Robert Goldsby
*Charley’s Aunt
Brandon Thomas
Edward Hastings
*Endgame
Samuel Beckett
Edward Payson Call

 

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1968–69

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
A Flea in Her Ear
Georges Feydeau
Gower Champion
The Devil's Disciple
George Bernard Shaw
Edward Hastings
Little Murders
Jules Feiffer
Nagle Jackson
Staircase
Charles Dyer
Robert Goldsby
The Three Sisters
Anton Chekhov
William Ball
The Promise
Aleksei Arbuzov
Edward Hastings
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
Tom Stoppard
William Ball
The Architect and the Emperor of Assyria
Fernando Arrabal
Robert Goldsby
Room Service
Allen Boretz and John Murray
Nagle Jackson
Glory! Hallelujah!
Anna Marie Barlow
Edwin Sherin
The Hostage
Brendan Behan
Allen Fletcher
Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mamma's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feelin' So Sad
Arthur Kopit
Edward Hastings
*A Delicate Balance
Edward Albee
Edward Hastings
*In White America
Martin Duberman
Nagle Jackson

 

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1970

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
The Importance of Being Earnest
Oscar Wilde
Jack O'Brien
Oedipus Rex
Sophocles
William Ball
Saint Joan
George Bernard Shaw
Edward Gilbert
The Blood Knot
Athol Fugard
Gilbert Moses
Little Malcolm and His Struggle against the Eunuchs
David Halliwell
Nagle Jackson
Hadrian VII
Peter Luke
Allen Fletcher
The Rose Tattoo
Tennessee Williams
Louis Criss
The Tempest
William Shakespeare
William Ball
The Tavern
George M. Cohan
Ellis Rabb
*Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
Tom Stoppard
William Ball
*Six Characters in Search of an Author
Luigi Pirandello
Mark Healy

 

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1970–71

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
The Merchant of Venice
William Shakespeare
Ellis Rabb
The Relapse
John Vanbrugh
Edward Hastings
The Latent Heterosexual
Paddy Chayefsky
Allen Fletcher
The Time of Your Life
William Saroyan
Edward Hastings
An Enemy of the People
Henrik Ibsen
Allen Fletcher
The Selling of the President
Hample, James, and O'Brien
Ellis Rabb
*The Tempest
William Shakespeare
William Ball
*Hadrian VII
Peter Luke
Allen Fletcher

 

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1971–72

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Caesar and Cleopatra
George Bernard Shaw
William Ball
Antony and Cleopatra
William Shakespeare
Allen Fletcher
Dandy Dick
Arthur Wing Pinero
Edward Hastings
Paradise Lost
Clifford Odets
Allen Fletcher
Private Lives
Noël Coward
Francis Ford Coppola
The Contractor
David Storey
William Ball
Sleuth
Anthony Shaffer
Ellis Rabb
*Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
Tom Stoppard
William Ball
*The Tavern
George M. Cohan
Peter Donat

 

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1972–73

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Cyrano de Bergerac Edmond Rostand William Ball
The House of Blue Leaves John Guare Edward Hastings
The Mystery Cycle Nagle Jackson Nagle Jackson
A Doll’s House Henrik Ibsen Allen Fletcher
You Can’t Take It with You George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart Jack O'Brien
That Championship Season Jason Miller Allen Fletcher
*The Merchant of Venice William Shakespeare Robert Bonaventura
*The Crucible Arthur Miller William Ball

 

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1973–74

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
The Taming of the Shrew William Shakespeare William Ball
The Hot l Baltimore Lanford Wilson Allen Fletcher
The Miser Molière Allen Fletcher
The House of Bernarda Alba Federico Garcia Lorca Joy Carlin
Tonight at 8:30 Noël Coward Paul Blake and Edward Hastings
The Cherry Orchard Anton Chekhov William Ball
Broadway George Abbott and Phillip Dunning Edward Hastings
*Cyrano de Bergerac Edmond Rostand William Ball
*You Can't Take It with You George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart Jack O’Brien

 

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1974–75

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
King Richard III William Shakespeare William Ball
Pillars of the Community Henrik Ibsen Allen Fletcher
Horatio Ron Whyte and Mel Marvin James Dunn
Jumpers Tom Stoppard William Ball
Street Scene Elmer Rice Edward Hastings
The Ruling Class Peter Barnes Allen Fletcher
The Threepenny Opera Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill Andrei Serban
*Cyrano de Bergerac Edmond Rostand William Ball
*The Taming of the Shrew William Shakespeare William Ball

 

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1975–76

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
*Tiny Alice Edward Albee William Ball
The Matchmaker Thornton Wilder Laird Williamson
Desire under the Elms Eugene O'Neill Allen Fletcher
General Gorgeous Michael McClure Edward Hastings
The Merry Wives of Windsor William Shakespeare Jon Jory
Equus Peter Shaffer William Ball
Peer Gynt Henrik Ibsen Allen Fletcher
*The Taming of the Shrew William Shakespeare William Ball
This Is (An Entertainment) Tennessee Williams Allen Fletcher

 

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1976–77

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Othello William Shakespeare Allen Fletcher
Man and Superman George Bernard Shaw Jack O’Brien
*Equus Peter Shaffer William Ball
A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Laird Williamson
Knock Knock Jules Feiffer Tom Moore
The Bourgeois Gentleman Molière William Ball
Valentin and Valentina Mikhail Roschin Edward Hastings
Travesties Tom Stoppard Nagle Jackson
*Peer Gynt Henrik Ibsen Allen Fletcher

 

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1977–78

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Julius Caesar William Shakespeare Edward Payson Call
The Master Builder Henrik Ibsen Allen Fletcher
The Circle W. Somerset Maugham Stephen Porter
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Laird Williamson
All the Way Home Tad Mosel Edward Hastings
Hotel Paradiso Georges Feydeau and Maurice Desvallières Tom Moore
Absurd Person Singular Alan Ayckbourn Allen Fletcher
The National Health Peter Nichols Nagle Jackson
*Travesties Tom Stoppard Nagle Jackson

 

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1978–79

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
The Winter’s Tale William Shakespeare William Ball
A Month in the Country Ivan Turgenev Laird Williamson
Ah, Wilderness! Eugene O’Neill Allen Fletcher
*The Circle W. Somerset Maugham Stephen Porter
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Laird Williamson
Heartbreak House George Bernard Shaw Allen Fletcher
5th of July Lanford Wilson Edward Hastings
The Visit Friedrich Dürrenmatt Laird Williamson
Hay Fever Noël Coward Nagle Jackson

*Hotel Paradiso
Georges Feydeau and Maurice Desvallières Tom Moore

 

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1979–80

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Romeo and Juliet William Shakespeare Allen Fletcher
Buried Child Sam Shepard Edward Hastings
*Hay Fever Noël Coward Nagle Jackson
The Little Foxes Lillian Hellman Tom Moore
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Laird Williamson
The Crucifer of Blood Paul Giovanni David Hammond
The Girl of the Golden West David Belasco Edward Hastings
A History of the American Film Christopher Durang Allen Fletcher
Pantagleize Michel de Ghelderode Laird Williamson
*Ah, Wilderness! Eugene O'Neill Allen Fletcher

 

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1980–81

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Much Ado about Nothing William Shakespeare Jerry Turner
Ghosts Henrik Ibsen Allen Fletcher
*Hay Fever Noël Coward Nagle Jackson
The Trojan War Will Not Take Place Jean Giraudoux Jack O'Brien
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Laird Williamson
Night and Day Tom Stoppard Elizabeth Huddle
Another Part of the Forest Lillian Hellman Allen Fletcher
The Rivals Richard Brinsley Sheridan David Hammond
The Three Sisters Anton Chekhov Tom Moore
*The Little Foxes Lillian Hellman Tom Moore

 

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1981–82

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Richard II William Shakespeare Elizabeth Huddle
I Remember Mama John Van Druten Allen Fletcher
*The Three Sisters Anton Chekhov Tom Moore
The Admirable Crichton James M. Barrie Michael Winters
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Laird Williamson
Happy Landings William Hamilton Edward Hastings
Black Comedy Peter Shaffer James Edmondson
The Browning Version Terrence Rattigan James Edmondson
Mourning Becomes Electra Eugene O’Neill Allen Fletcher
Cat among the Pigeons Georges Feydeau Nagle Jackson
*Another Part of the Forest Lillian Hellman Allen Fletcher

 

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1982–83

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
The Gin Game D. L. Coburn James Edmondson
Dear Liar Jerome Kilty James Edmondson
The Chalk Garden Enid Bagnold Dakin Matthews
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Laird Williamson
Uncle Vanya Anton Chekhov Michael Langham and Helen Burns
Loot Joe Orton Ken Ruta
Morning’s at Seven Paul Osborn Allen Fletcher
The Holdup Marsha Norman Edward Hastings

 

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1983–84

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Arms and the Man George Bernard Shaw Allen Fletcher
Dial "M" for Murder Frederick Knott Edward Hastings
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Laird Williamson
John Gabriel Borkman Henrik Ibsen Allen Fletcher
A Midsummer Night's Dream William Shakespeare James Edmondson
Angels Fall Lanford Wilson Edward Hastings
The Sleeping Prince Terrence Rattigan James Edmondson
The Dolly Robert Locke Lawrence Hecht

 

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1984–85

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Old Times Harold Pinter William Ball
The School for Wives Molière Nagle Jackson
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Laird Williamson
Translations Brian Friel Lawrence Hecht
Macbeth William Shakespeare Edward Hastings
*Our Town Thornton Wilder Janice Hutchins and William Ball
Painting Churches Tina Howe Janice Hutchins
Mass Appeal Bill C. Davis Janice Hutchins and William Ball

 

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1985–86

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
The Majestic Kid Mark Medoff Edward Hastings
Opera Comique Nagle Jackson Nagle Jackson
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Laird Williamson
'night, Mother Marsha Norman Lawrence Hecht
You Never Can Tell George Bernard Shaw
Janice Hutchins
Private Lives Noël Coward Sabin Epstein
The Passion Cycle Anonymous (from The Wakefield Mystery Plays) William Ball
The Lady's Not for Burning Christopher Fry Joy Carlin

 

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1986–87

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Sunday in the Park with George music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; book by James Lapine Laird Williamson
The Doctor’s Dilemma George Bernard Shaw Joy Carlin
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Laird Williamson
The Floating Light Bulb Woody Allen Albert Takazauckas
The Real Thing Tom Stoppard Edward Hastings
The Seagull Anton Chekhov Jerome Kilty
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom August Wilson Claude Purdy
Faustus in Hell Nagle Jackson Michael Smuin

 

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1987–88

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
King Lear William Shakespeare Edward Hastings
A Lie of the Mind Sam Shepard Albert Takazauckas
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Laird Williamson
*The Floating Light Bulb Woody Allen Albert Takazauckas
The Immigrant Mark Harelik Sabin Epstein
Diamond Lil Mae West; adapted by Paul Blake and Dennis Powers Paul Blake
The End of the World with Symposium to Follow Arthur Kopit Laird Williamson
Golden Boy Clifford Odets Joy Carlin
Feathers Aristophanes; adapted by Stanley R. Greenberg John C. Fletcher

 

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1988–89

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Marco Millions Eugene O'Neill Joy Carlin
Woman in Mind Alan Ayckbourn Sabin Epstein
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Laird Williamson
Side by Side by Sondheim Stephen Sondheim Paul Blake
Joe Turner's Come and Gone August Wilson Claude Purdy
When We Are Married J. B. Priestley Edward Hastings
Saint Joan George Bernard Shaw Michael Smuin
Nothing Sacred George F. Walker Robert Woodruff
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum book by Larry Gelbart and Burt Shevelove; music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Albert Takazauckas

 

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1989–90

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Right Mind George Coates Performance Works George Coates
A Tale of Two Cities Charles Dickens; adapted by Nagle Jackson Sabin Epstein
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Laird Williamson
Almost Like Being in Love Alan Jay Lerner Paul Blake
Judevine David Budbill Edward Hastings
Twelfth Night, or What You Will William Shakespeare John C. Fletcher
Hapgood Tom Stoppard Joy Carlin
The Imaginary Invalid Molière Laird Williamson
Burn This Lanford Wilson Albert Takazauckas

 

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1990–91

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Saturday, Sunday and Monday Eduardo de Filippo Albert Takazauckas
The Gospel at Colonus adapted by Lee Breuer; music by Bob Telson Lee Breuer
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Laird Williamson
Food and Shelter Jane Anderson Joy Carlin
I'll Be Seeing You Andrea Marcovicci in concert
1918 Horton Foote Sabin Epstein
Hamlet William Shakespeare John C. Fletcher
Dark Sun Lisette Lecat Ross Edward Hastings
The Marriage of Figaro Beaumarchais; translated and adapted by Joan Holden Richard E. T. White

 

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1991–92

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Tennessee Williams Warner Shook
The Piano Lesson August Wilson Lloyd Richards
Taking Steps Alan Ayckbourn Richard E. T. White
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Laird Williamson
Some Enchanted Evening:The Music of Rodgers and Hammerstein Paul Blake
Cyrano de Bergerac Edmond Rostand; adapted by Dennis Powers Sabin Epstein
*Charley's Aunt Brandon Thomas Edward Hastings
The Cocktail Hour A. R. Gurney Albert Takazauckas
Good C. P. Taylor John C. Fletcher

 

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1992–93

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Creditors August Strindberg; translated by Paul Walsh Carey Perloff
The Pope and the Witch Dario Fo Richard Seyd
Miss Evers' Boys David Feldshuh Benny Sato Ambush
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson David Maier; original staging by Laird Williamson
Bon Appétit! Ruth Draper and Julia Child; music by Lee Hoiby Carey Perloff
The Late Great Ladies of Blues and Jazz Sandra Reaves Rick Khan
The Duchess of Malfi John Webster Robert Woodruff
Antigone Sophocles; adapted by Timberlake Wertenbaker Carey Perloff
Dinner at Eight George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber Albert Takazauckas
The Learned Ladies Molière; translated by Freyda Thomas Richard Seyd

 

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1993–94

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Pygmalion George Bernard Shaw Richard Seyd
Pecong steve carter Benny Sato Ambush
Scapin Molière; adapted by Shelly Berc and Andrei Belgrader Andrei Belgrader
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson David Maier; original staging by Laird Williamson
Uncle Vanya Anton Chekhov Carey Perloff
Full Moon Reynolds Price Benny Sato Ambush
Light Up the Sky Moss Hart Albert Takazauckas
Oleanna David Mamet Richard Seyd

 

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1994–95

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Angels in America, Part I: Millennium Approaches Tony Kushner Mark Wing-Davey
Angels in America, Part II: Perestroika Tony Kushner Mark Wing-Davey
Home David Storey Carey Perloff
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead Tom Stoppard Richard Seyd
The Play's the Thing Ferenc Molnar; adapted by P. G. Wodehouse Benny Sato Ambush
Othello William Shakespeare Richard Seyd
Hecuba Euripides; translated by Timberlake Wertenbaker Carey Perloff

 

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1995–96

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Arcadia Tom Stoppard Carey Perloff
Seven Guitars August Wilson Lloyd Richards
Gaslight Patrick Hamilton Albert Takazauckas
The Tempest William Shakespeare Carey Perloff
Dark Rapture Eric Overmyer David Petrarca
The Matchmaker Thornton Wilder Richard Seyd
The Cherry Orchard Anton Chekhov; translated by Paul Schmidt Barbara Damashek

 

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1996–97

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Shlemiel the First based on the play by Isaac Bashevis Singer; conceived and adapted by Robert Brustein David Gordon
The Rose Tattoo Tennessee Williams Carey Perloff
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Candace Barrett; original staging by Laird Williamson
Travels with My Aunt Graham Greene; adapted by Giles Havergal Giles Havergal
Machinal Sophie Treadwell Laird Williamson
The Royal Family George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber Albert Takazauckas
Singer's Boy Leslie Ayvazian Carey Perloff
Mrs. Warren's Profession George Bernard Shaw Richard Seyd

 

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1997–98

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
High Society music and lyrics by Cole Porter; book by Arthur Kopit; based on the play The Philadelphia Story, by Philip Barry, and the Turner Entertainment Co. motion picture High Society Christopher Renshaw; musical direction by Paul Gemignani
A Streetcar Named Desire Tennessee Williams Richard Seyd
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson
Candace Barrett; original staging by Laird Williamson
It's a Slippery Slope written and performed by Spalding Gray
Insurrection: Holding History Robert O'Hara Charles Randolph-Wright
Golden Child David Henry Hwang James Lapine
Mary Stuart Friedrich Schiller; translated by Michael Feingold Carey Perloff
The Guardsman Ferenc Molnar; translated by Frank Marcus Albert Takazauckas
Old Times Harold Pinter Carey Perloff

 

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1998–99

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Fool Moon Created by Bill Irwin and David Shiner, with the Red Clay Ramblers and Nancy Harrington
*Hecuba Euripides; translated by Timberlake Wertenbaker Carey Perloff
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Candace Barrett and Raye Birk; original staging by Laird Williamson
Morning, Noon and Night written and performed by Spalding Gray
Juno and the Paycock Sean O'Casey Giles Havergal
Indian Ink Tom Stoppard Carey Perloff
Long Day's Journey into Night Eugene O'Neill Laird Williamson

The First Picture Show
Ain Gordon and David Gordon; music by Jeanine Tesori David Gordon
Tartuffe Molière; translated by Richard Wilbur Charles Randolph-Wright

 

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1999–00

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
The Threepenny Opera text by Bertolt Brecht; music by Kurt Weill; translated by Michael Feingold Carey Perloff
Wrong Mountain David Hirson Richard Jones
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Candace Barrett and Raye Birk; original staging by Laird Williamson
The Invention of Love Tom Stoppard Carey Perloff
2 Pianos, 4 Hands Ted Dykstra and Richard Greenblatt Ted Dykstra
The House of Mirth Edith Wharton; adapted by Giles Havergal Giles Havergal
Edward II Christopher Marlowe; adapted by Mark Lamos and Paul Walsh Mark Lamos
Shockheaded Peter Featuring The Tiger Lillies; music by Martyn Jacques; directed and designed by Julian Crouch and Phelim McDermott

 

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2000–01

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Frank Loesser's Hans Christian Andersen music and lyrics by Frank Loesser; based on the Samuel Goldwyn motion picture; book by Sebastian Barry directed and choreographed by Martha Clarke
The Misanthrope Molière; translated and adapted by Constance Congdon Carey Perloff
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Candace Barrett and Raye Birk; original staging by Laird Williamson
Glengarry Glen Ross David Mamet Les Waters
Goodnight Children Everywhere Richard Nelson Richard Nelson
Enrico IV Luigi Pirandello; translated by Richard Nelson Carey Perloff
"Master Harold"... and the Boys Athol Fugard Laird Williamson
Texts for Nothing a prose work by Samuel Beckett; directed and performed by Bill Irwin
*Fool Moon Created by Bill Irwin and David Shiner, with the Red Clay Ramblers and Nancy Harrington

 

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2001–02

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Celebration and The Room Harold Pinter Carey Perloff
James Joyce's The Dead book by Richard Nelson; music by Shaun Davey Richard Nelson
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Margo Whitcomb; original staging by Laird Williamson
Swimming to Cambodia written and performed by Spalding Gray
The Beard of Avon Amy Freed Mark Rucker
Blithe Spirit Noël Coward Charles Randolph-Wright
The Difficulty of Crossing a Field music by David Lang, libretto by Mac Wellman Carey Perloff
The Glass Menagerie Tennessee Williams Laird Williamson
For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again Michel Tremblay; translated by Linda Gaboriau Carey Perloff
*Buried Child Sam Shepard Les Waters

 

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2002–03

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Night and Day Tom Stoppard Carey Perloff
Lackawanna Blues Written and performed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson Loretta Greco
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Craig Slaight; original staging by Laird Williamson
The Late Great Ladies of Blues and Jazz Sandra Reaves–Phillips Rick Khan
American Buffalo David Mamet Richard E. T. White
The Dazzle Richard Greenberg Laird Williamson
The Constant Wife W. Somerset Maugham Kyle Donnelly
The Three Sisters Anton Chekhov Carey Perloff
Urinetown, The Musical music and lyrics by Mark Hollmann book and lyrics by Greg Kotis John Rando; choreography by John Carrafa

 

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2003–04

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Les Liaisons Dangereuses directed and adapted by Giles Havergal from the novel by Choderlos de Laclos
Waiting for Godot Samuel Beckett Carey Perloff
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Craig Slaight; original staging by Laird Williamson
Bold and Brassy Blues Sandra Reaves–Phillips
A Doll's House Henrik Ibsen; translated by Paul Walsh Carey Perloff
Levee James Sherry Shephard-Massat Israel Hicks
The Time of Your Life William Saroyan Tina Landau
A Mother Constance Congdon, adapted from Maxim Gorky's Vassa Zheleznova Carey Perloff
Eve Ensler's The Good Body Written and performed by Eve Ensler Peter Askin

 

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2004–05

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
The Black Rider: The Casting of the Magic Bullets Robert Wilson, Tom Waits, William S. Burroughs Robert Wilson
The Real Thing Tom Stoppard Carey Perloff
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson Craig Slaight
The Gamester Freyda Thomas; loosely based on Le Joueur, by Jean-Francois Regnard Ron Lagomarsino
Well Lisa Kron Leigh Silverman
The Voysey Inheritance Harley Granville-Barker; adapted by David Mamet Carey Perloff
A Moon for the Misbegotten Eugene O'Neill Laird Williamson
The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? Edward Albee Richard E. T. White

 

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2005–06

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
The Overcoat Created by Morris Panych and Wendy Gorling; based on the short story "The Overcoat," by Nikolai Gogol
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Tennessee Williams Israel Hicks
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh Carey Perloff
Sexual Perversity in Chicago David Mamet Peter Riegert
Gem of the Ocean August Wilson Ruben Santiago-Hudson
The Rivals Richard Brinsley Sheridan Lillian Groag
A Number Caryl Churchill Anna D. Shapiro
Happy End lyrics by Bertolt Brecht; music by Kurt Weill; book and lyrics adapted by Michael Feingold Carey Perloff

 

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2006–07

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Travesties Tom Stoppard Carey Perloff
The Little Foxes Lillian Hellman Laird Williamson
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh Carey Perloff
The Circle W. Somerset Maugham Mark Lamos
Hedda Gabler Henrik Ibsen; translated by Paul Walsh Richard E. T. White
After the War Philip Kan Gotanda Carey Perloff
Blackbird David Harrower Loretta Greco
The Imaginary Invalid Molière; adapted by Constance Congdon Ron Lagomarsino

 

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2007–08

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; book by Hugh Wheeler John Doyle
The Rainmaker N. Richard Nash Mark Rucker
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh Domenique Lozano; original direction by Carey Perloff
Speed-the-Plow David Mamet Loretta Greco
Blood Knot Athol Fugard Charles Randolph-Wright
The Government Inspector Nikolai Gogol Carey Perloff
Curse of the Starving Class Sam Shepard Peter DuBois
'Tis Pity She's a Whore John Ford Carey Perloff

 

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2008–09

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Rock 'n' Roll Tom Stoppard Carey Perloff
The Quality of Life Written and directed by Jane Anderson
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh Domenique Lozano; original direction by Carey Perloff
Rich and Famous John Guare John Rando
Souvenir: A Fantasia on the Life of Florence Foster Jenkins Stephen Temperley Vivan Matalon
War Music Adapted and directed by Lillian Groag; Based on the book by Christopher Logue
Boleros for the Disenchanted José Rivera Carey Perloff
At Home at the Zoo Edward Albee Rebecca Taichman

 

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2009–10

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Noël Coward's Brief Encounter Noël Coward Emma Rice
November David Mamet Ron Lagomarsino
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh Domenique Lozano; original direction by Carey Perloff
Phèdre Jean Racine; translated and adapted by Timberlake Wertenbaker Carey Perloff
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Bertolt Brecht; translated by Domenique Lozano John Doyle
Vigil Written and directed by Morris Panych
Round and Round the Garden Alan Ayckbourn John Rando
The Tosca Project Created and staged by Carey Perloff and Val Caniparoli

 

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2010–11

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Scapin Molière; Adapted by Bill Irwin and Mark O'Donnell Bill Irwin
Marcus; or The Secret of Sweet Tarell Alvin McCraney Mark Rucker
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh Domenique Lozano; original direction by Carey Perloff
Clybourne Park Bruce Norris Jonathan Moscone
The Homecoming Harold Pinter Carey Perloff
No Exit Jean-Paul Sartre; Adapted from the French by Paul Bowles Kim Collier
Tales of the City: A New Musical Libretto by Jeff Whitty; Music and lyrics by Jake Shears and John Garden; Based on Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City and More Tales of the City Jason Moore

 

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2011–12

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Once in a Lifetime Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman Mark Rucker
Race David Mamet Irene Lewis
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh Domenique Lozano; original direction by Carey Perloff
Humor Abuse Created by Lorenzo Pisoni and Erica Schmidt Erica Schmidt
Higher Carey Perloff Mark Rucker
Scorched Wajdi Mouawad; translated by Linda Gaboriau Carey Perloff
Maple and Vine Jordan Harrison Mark Rucker
Endgame and Play Samuel Beckett Carey Perloff
The Scottsboro Boys Music and lyrics by John Kander and Fred Ebb; book by David Thompson Direction and choreography by Susan Stroman; associate director and choreographer Jeff Whiting

 

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2012–13

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Humor Abuse Created by Lorenzo Pisoni and Erica Schmidt Erica Schmidt
The Normal Heart Larry Kramer George C. Wolfe
"8" The Play
(Special Event)
Dustin Lance Black Mark Rucker
Elektra Sophocles; translated and adapted by Timberlake Wertenbaker; music by David Lang Carey Perloff
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh Domenique Lozano; original direction by Carey Perloff
4000 Miles Amy Herzog Mark Rucker
Dead Metaphor George F. Walker Irene Lewis
Stuck Elevator Music by Byron Au Yong; libretto by Aaron Jafferis Chay Yew
Black Watch George Burke John Tiffany
Arcadia Tom Stoppard Carey Perloff

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2013–14

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
1776 Music and Lyrics by Sherman Edwards
Book by Peter Stone
Frank Galati
Underneath the Lintel Glen Berger Carey Perloff
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh Domenique Lozano; original direction by Carey Perloff
Major Barbara George Bernard Shaw Dennis Garnhum
Napoli! Eduardo de Philippo
Translated by Linda Alper & Beatrice Basso
Mark Rucker
Venus in Fur David Ives Casey Stangl
The Suit
Based on "The Suit" by Can Themba, Mothobi Mutloatse, and Barney Simon Direction, adaptation, and musical direction by Peter Brook, Marie-­‐Hélène Estienne, and Franck Krawczyk
The Orphan of Zhao Adapted by James Fenton Carey Perloff

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2014–15

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Old Hats created and performed by Bill Irwin and David Shiner
Music by and featuring Shaina Taub
Tina Landau
Testament Colm Toíbín Carey Perloff
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh Domenique Lozano; original direction by Carey Perloff
*Indian Ink Tom Stoppard Carey Perloff
Mr Burns, a post-electric play Anne Washburn Mark Rucker
Let There Be Love Kwame Kwei-Armah Maria Mileaf
A Little Night Music Book by Hugh Wheeler
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Mark Lamos
Love and Information Caryl Churchill Casey Stangl

 

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2015–16

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
Between Riverside and Crazy Stephen Adley Guirgis
Irene Lewis
Monstress Philip Kan Gotanda and Sean San José, based on short stories by Lysley Tenorio   Carey Perloff
Ah, Wilderness! Eugene O'Neill Casey Stangl
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh Domenique Lozano; original direction by Carey Perloff
Satchmo at the Waldorf
Terry Teachout Gordon Edelstein
The Unfortunates
created by John Beavers, Kristoffer Diaz, Casey Lee Hurt, Ian Merrigan, and Ramiz Monsef
Shana Cooper  
The Realistic Joneses Will Eno   Loretta Greco
The Lion written and performed by Benjamin Scheuer Sean Daniels  
The Last Five Years
written and composed by Jason Robert Brown   Michael Berresse
»  Chester Bailey Joseph Dougherty
Ron Lagomarsino

 

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2016–17

PLAY
AUTHOR(S)
DIRECTOR(S)
King Charles III Mike Bartlett
David Muse
The Hard Problem
Tom Stoppard
Carey Perloff
» The Tricky Part & All the Rage
Martin Moran Martin Moran
*A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens; adapted by Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh Domenique Lozano; original direction by Carey Perloff
» The Skivvies: Holiday Roadkill Lauren Molina and Nick Cearley
Lauren Molina and Nick Cearley
»  On Beckett Bill Irwin Bill Irwin
A Thousand Splendid Suns
Ursula Rani Sarma, based on the novel by Khaled Hosseini Carey Perloff
John
Annie Baker
Ken Rus Schmoll
Needles and Opium Robert Lepage Robert Lepage
Battlefield Adapted by Peter Brook and Marie-Hélène Estienne, based on The Mahabharata and the play by Jean-Claude Carrière Peter Brook and Marie-Hélène Estienne
A Night with Janis Joplin
Randy Johnson
Randy Johnson


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