1970 – 1971


THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH 
By Thornton Wilder
Directed by Jeff Bleckner
Set Design by John Conklin
Costume Design by Santo Loquasto
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

A PLACE WITHOUT DOORS
AMERICAN PREMIERE, TRANSFERRED TO NEW YORK
By Marguerite Duras
Translated by Barbara Bray from L’AMANTE ANGLAISE
Directed by Brian Murray
Set Design by John Conklin
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

YEGOR BULICHOV 
By Maxim Gorky
Translated and Adapted by Joan Isserman
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by E. Webb/V. Dancy
Costume Design by Whitney Blausen
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER 
By Oliver Goldsmith
Directed by Isaac Schambelan
Set Design by Hal Tine
Costume Design by Lewis Rampino
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

SOLITAIRE/DOUBLE SOLITAIRE
WORLD PREMIERE, TRANSFERRED TO NEW YORK
By Robert Anderson
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by Kert Lundell
Costume Design by Lewis Rampino
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

THE BLOOD KNOT 
By Athol Fugard
Directed by Ted Cornell
Set Design by E. Webb/V. Dancy
Costume Design by Louisa Iannotti
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

HEARTBREAK HOUSE 
By George Bernard Shaw
Directed by Edward Gilbert
Set Design by Peter Wingate
Costume Design by Peter Wingate
Lighting Design by Judy Rasmuson

THE PRICE
By Arthur Miller
Directed by Gilbert Cates
Set Design by E. Webb/V. Dancy
Costume Design by Louisa Iannotti
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

 

1971 – 1972


YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU
By M. Hart and G. Kaufman
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by Kert Lundell
Costume Design by James Edmund Brady
Lighting Design by Judy Rasmuson

THE CONTRACTOR 
AMERICAN PREMIERE
By David Storey
Directed by Barry Davis
Set Design by E. Webb/V. Dancy
Costume Design by Whitney Blausen
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace
New York Drama Critics Award, Best Play

A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE 
By Tennessee Williams
Directed by Barry Davis
Set Design by E. Webb/V. Dancy
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Judy Rasmuson

HAMLET 
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by John Conklin
Costume Design by Conklin/Blausen
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace
Composer John Duffy

THE WAY OF THE WORLD 
By William Congreve
Directed by Malcolm Black
Set Design by David Jenkins
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Judy Rasmuson

TROIKA: AN EVENING OF RUSSIAN COMEDY
Adapted by Morris Carnovsky

THE WEDDING
By Anton Chekhov 

THE COUNTRY WOMAN 
AMERICAN PREMIERE
By Ivan Turgenev 
Directed by Morris Carnovsky

A SWAN SONG
By Anton Chekhov
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by Marjorie B. Kellogg
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

THE ICEMAN COMETH 
By Eugene O’Neill
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by E. Webb/V. Dancy
Costume Design by Whitney Blausen
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

PATRICK’S DAY 
WORLD PREMIERE
By Bill Morrison
Directed by Edward Gilbert
Set Design by E. Webb/V. Dancy
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

 

1972 – 1973


THE LADY’S NOT FOR BURNING
By Christopher Fry
Directed by Kent Paul
Set Design by Marjorie B. Kellogg
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Judy Rasmuson

THE CHANGING ROOM
AMERICAN PREMIERE, TRANSFERRED TO NEW YORK
By David Storey
Directed by Michael Rudman
Set Design by David Jenkins
Costume Design by Whitney Blausen
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace
New York Drama Critics Award, Best Play
1973 Tony Award: Best Featured Actor – John Lithgow
1973 Tony Award nominations: Best Play, Best Director, Best Scenic Design

WHAT PRICE GLORY? 
By Anderson/Stallings
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by John Conklin
Costume Design by Linda Fisher
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

TRELAWNY OF THE “WELLS”
By Arthur Wing Pinero
Directed by Max Strafford-Clark
Set Design by E. Webb/V. Dancy
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK
By Sean O’Casey
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by Marjorie B. Kellogg
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Judy Rasmuson

FORGET-ME-NOT LANE 
AMERICAN PREMIERE, FILMED FOR TELEVISION
By Peter Nichols
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by E. Webb/V. Dancy
Costume Design by Whitney Blausen
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

MISS JULIE & DANCE OF DEATH (Part One)
By August Strindberg
Adapted by Austin Pendleton
Directed by Austin Pendleton
Set Design by Steven Rubin
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

 

1973 – 1974


THE MASTER BUILDER
By Henrik Ibsen
Adapted by Austin Pendleton
Directed by Austin Pendleton
Set Design by John Conklin
Costume Design by Whitney Blausen
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

THE WIDOWING OF MRS. HOLROYD 
AMERICAN PREMIERE, FILMED FOR TELEVISION
By D. H. Lawrence
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by David Jenkins
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

MORNING’S AT SEVEN 
By Paul Osborn
Directed by Bill Francisco
Set Design by Steven Rubin
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Jamie Gallagher

A PAGAN PLACE
AMERICAN PREMIERE
By Edna O’Brien
Directed by John Lithgow
Set Design by E. Webb/V. Dancy
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

THE SEAGULL
By Anton Chekhov
Translated by Stark Young
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by E. Webb/V. Dancy
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

THE NATIONAL HEALTH 
TRANSFERRED TO NEW YORK
By Peter Nichols
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by E. Webb/V. Dancy
Costume Design by Whitney Blausen
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace
1975 Tony Award nominations: Best Play,
Best Director

THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI 
By Bertolt Brecht
Translated by Ralph Manheim
Directed by Brook Jones
Set Design by John Conklin
Costume Design by Ruth Morley
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace
Composer Robert Dennis

 

1974 – 1975


SIZWE BANZI IS DEAD & THE ISLAND 
AMERICAN PREMIERE, TRANSFERRED TO NEW YORK
By J. Kani, W. Ntshona and A. Fugard
Directed by Athol Fugard
Design Consultant Douglas Heap
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace
1975 Tony Award: Best Actor – John Kani & Winston Ntshona
1975 Tony Award nominations: Best Play,
Best Director

THE SOLDIER’S TALE
By Igor Stravinsky
Text by C.F. Ramuz
Translated by M. Flanders and K. Black

THE KNIGHT OF THE BURNING PESTLE
Based on a play by Beaumont and Fletcher
Adapted by Brooks Jones
Directed by Brooks Jones
Set Design by Paul Zalon
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Judy Rasmuson
Composer Peter Schickele

AH, WILDERNESS! 
TRANSFERRED TO NEW YORK, FILMED FOR TELEVISION
By Eugene O’Neill
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by Steven Rubin
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Jamie Gallagher
1976 Tony Award nomination: Best Director

PYGMALION
By George Bernard Shaw
Directed by Robin Gammell
Set Design by Marjorie B. Kellogg
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

YOU’RE TOO TALL, BUT COME BACK IN TWO WEEKS
WORLD PREMIERE
By Richard Venture
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by E. Webb/V. Dancy
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

AFORE NIGHT COME 
AMERICAN PREMIERE
By David Rudkin
Directed by Ron Daniels
Set Design by David Jenkins
Costume Design by Jania Szatanski
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

RICHARD III 
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Barry Davis
Set Design by John Conklin
Costume Design by John Conklin
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace
Composer Terrence Sherman