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Arvin Brown

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(b. 1940), director and manager.

He was born in Los Angeles and studied at Stanford, Harvard, the University of Bristol (England), and at the Yale School of Drama. Brown has ...

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Elaine May

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(1932– )

American actress, director, and playwright. May began performing as a child with her father, the Yiddish actor Jack Berlin. After studying acting in New York, she moved to...

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John Cromwell

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(1887–1979), actor, director, and producer. A native of Toledo, Ohio, his theatre career spanned nearly three-quarters of a century. After making his debut in 1907 with the R. C. Herz stock...

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John Tillinger

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(b. 1939), director.

He was born in Iran, the son of an American engineer stationed there, and studied theatre at the Bristol Old Vic School in London....

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Jon Jory

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(1938– )

American director and producer. Jory studied playwriting at the Yale School of Drama but left in 1965 to found the Long Wharf Theatre. In 1969 he became the producing ...

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Ming Cho Lee

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(b. 1930), designer.

The most influential American scenic designer during the last four decades of the 20th century, Lee was born in Shanghai and studied art at Occidental College...

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New Haven (Connecticut)

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In the 1950 film All About Eve, the scheming Eve Harrington – after clawing her way to the top – launches her acting career in a play opening at the ...

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Shadow Box

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(1977),

a play by Michael Cristofer. [Morosco Theatre, 315 perf.; Pulitzer Prize, Tony Award.] At a hospice for the terminally ill, three patients await death in separate cottages....

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