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1975 - 1980

RTICHOKE 
WORLD PREMIERE
By Joanna Glass
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by David Jenkins
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

THE SHOW-OFF 
By George Kelly
Directed by Peter Levin
Set Design by Kenneth Foy
Costume Design by Linda Fisher
Lighting Design by Jamie Gallagher

WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS 

By J. M. Barrie
Directed by Kenneth Frankel
Set Design by Steven Rubin
Costume Design by Jania Szatanski
Lighting Design by Judy Rasmuson

STREAMERS 

WORLD PREMIERE, TRANSFERRED TO NEW YORK
By David Rabe
Directed by Mike Nichols
Set Design by Tony Walton
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace
New York Drama Critics Award, Best Play
1977 Tony Award nominations: Best Play, 
Best Director

ON THE OUTSIDE/ON THE INSIDE 
AMERICAN PREMIERE
By Murphy and O'Donoghue
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by David Jenkins
Costumes by Jania Szatanski
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

THE HOUSE OF MIRTH 
WORLD PREMIERE
By Edith Wharton
Adapted by John Tillinger
Directed by Waris Hussein
Set Design by Marjorie B. Kellogg
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Judy Rasmuson

DAARLIN' JUNO
Book by Joseph Stein
Composer Marc Blitzstein
Lyricist Marc Blitzstein
Based on JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK by Sean O'Casey
Adapted by MaltBy/Fitzgerald
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by Devid Jenkins
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

1976 - 1977

ALPHABETICAL ORDER 
AMERICAN PREMIERE
By Michael Frayn
Directed by Steven Robman
Set Design by Marjorie B. Kellogg
Costume Design by Carrie F. Robbins
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

THE AUTUMN GARDEN
By Lillian Hellman
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by David Jenkins
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Judy Rasmuson

HOME 
By David Storey
Directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg
Set Design by Steven Rubin
Costume Design by Mary Strieff
Lighting Design by Jamie Gallagher

THE SHADOW BOX 
TRANSFERRED TO NEW YORK
By Michael Cristofer
Directed by Gordon Davidson
Set Design by Ming Cho Lee
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace
Awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Drama
1977 Tony Awards: Best Play, Best Director

ST. JOAN 
By George Bernard Shaw
Directed by Martin Fried
Set Design by Marjorie B. Kellogg
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

ABSENT FRIENDS 
AMERICAN PREMIERE
By Alan Ayckbourn
Directed by Eric Thompson
Set Design by Edward Burbridge
Costume Design by Michele S. Reisch
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

THE ROSE TATTOO 
By Tennessee Williams
Directed by Steven Robman
Set Design by John Conklin
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Judy Rasmuson

THE GIN GAME 
TRANSFERRED TO NEW YORK
By D. L. Coburn
Directed by Mike Nichols
Set Design by David Mitchell
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace
Awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Drama
1978 Tony Award: Best Actress - Jessica Tandy
1978 Tony Award nominations: Best Play, Best Director, Best Actor - Hume Cronyn 

1977 - 1978

MAINSTAGE

HOBSON'S CHOICE 
By Harold Brighouse
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by David Jenkins
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Jamie Gallagher
Composer Terrence Sherman

THE LUNCH GIRLS 
WORLD PREMIERE
By Leigh Curran
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by David Jenkins
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

CHRISTMAS SHOW
Directed by John Tillinger

THE RECRUITING OFFICER 
By George Farquhar
Directed by Davey Marlin-Jones
Set Design by John Conklin
Costume Design by John Conklin
Lighting Design by Jamie Gallagher

SPOKESONG 
AMERICAN PREMIERE, TRANSFERRED TO NEW YORK
By Stewart Parker
Composer Jimmy Kennedy
Directed by Kenneth Frankel
Set Design by Marjorie B. Kellogg
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace
Conductor Thomas Fay

SEA PLAYS 
By Eugene O'Neill
Directed by Edward Payson Call
Set Design by John Jensen
Costume Design by Linda Fisher
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace
Composer Robert Dennis

THE PHILADELPHIA STORY 
By Philip Barry
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by John Jensen
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

MACBETH 
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Edward Gilbert
Set Design by Mark Louis Negin
Costume Design by Mark Louis Negin
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace
Composer Terrence Sherman

STAGE II

TWO BROTHERS 
WORLD PREMIERE
By Conrad Bromberg
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by Steven Rubin
Costume Design by Mary Strieff
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

STARTING HERE, STARTING NOW 
By Richard Maltby, Jr.
Composer David Shire
Lyricist Richard Maltby, Jr.
Conductor Keith Herrmann
Directed by Patrick Adiarte
Set Design by Joe Erdey
Costume Design by Rebecca Carroll
Lighting Design by Joe Erdey

1978 - 1979

MAINSTAGE

JOURNEY'S END 
By R. C. Sherriff
Directed by Kenneth Frankel
Set Design by John Conklin
Costume Design by Carol Oditz
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

I SENT A LETTER TO MY LOVE 
WORLD PREMIERE
By Bernice Rubens
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by David Jenkins
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

SUMMERFOLK 
AMERICAN PREMIERE
By Maxim Gorky
Adapted by Gilbert and Tillinger
Directed by Edward Gilbert
Set Design by Marjorie B. Kellogg
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace
Composer Thomas Fay

BIOGRAPHY 
By S. N. Behrman
Directed by William Francisco
Set Design by Steven Rubin
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Judy Rasmuson
Composer Terrence Sherman

ROSMERSHOLM 
By Henrik Ibsen
Translated by Allen Fletcher
Directed by Allen Fletcher
Set Design by John Jensen
Costume Design by Mary Strieff
Lighting Design by Jamie Gallagher

HILLBILLY WOMEN 
WORLD PREMIERE
By Elizabeth Stearns
Based on the book by Kathy Kahn
Composer Clint Ballard, Jr.
Lyricist Clint Ballard, Jr.
Directed by Peter Bennett
Set Design by John Jensen
Costume Design by Linda Fisher
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace
Conductor John Lewis

PRIVATES ON PARADE 
AMERICAN PREMIERE
By Peter Nichols
Composer Denis King
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by David Jenkins
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace
Conductor Thomas Fay

STAGE II

THE NAKED CIVIL SERVANT
An Evening with Quentin Crisp 
by Quentin Crisp
Directed by Richard Gollner

THE PLAYBOY OF THE WEEKEND WORLD
Adapted by Emlyn Williams from stories by Saki
Directed by Peter Woodthorpe

1978 - 1979

MINI FESTIVAL OF VISITING
THEATRE COMPANIES

THE SHORTER SHAGGY DOG ANIMATION 
By Lee Breuer
(Mabou Mines, New York City)
Directed by Lee Breuer 
Set Design by Gordon Matta-Clark 
Lighting Design by R. Thomas/A. Yerxa

THE DALKEY ARCHIVE 
By Flann O'Brien
(The Hull Truck Theatre Co, Ltd., Great Britain)
Adapted by Allan McClelland
Directed by Mike Bradwell
Set Design by Gemma Jackson
Costume Design by Gemma Jackson
Lighting Design by Gemma Jackson
Conductor Steve Halliwell

MADE BY TWO 
By Gertrude Stein
An Opera by Gertrude Stein Theatre Express
Adapted by William Turner
Composer William Turner
Lyricist Gertrude Stein
Directed by William Turner
Set Design by William Turner
Lighting Design by William Turner
Conductor Charles Gilbert, Jr.

MASQUERADE 
An evening of mime, mask and movement with Peter Lobdell and Jane Stein 
Composer William Schimmel
Conductor William Schimmel
Lighting Design Tina Charney

PLAYREADINGS

END OF THE WAR
By Vincent Canby

DESCENDANTS 
By Jack Gilhooley

EVERY PLACE IN NEWARK
By Ira Lewis

EXILES
By Crispin Larangerira

THE BEACH HOUSE
By Nancy Donahue

VIRGINIA
By Katherine Rao

1979 - 1980

MAINSTAGE

WATCH ON THE RHINE 
TRANSFERRED TO NEW YORK
By Lillian Hellman
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by John Jensen
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

DOUBLE FEATURE 
WORLD PREMIERE
By Jeffrey Moss
Composer Jeffrey Moss
Lyricist Jeffrey Moss
Directed by M. Nichols/T. Tune
Set Design by Tony Walton
Costume Design by D. Granata/M. Stuart
Lighting Design by Jennifer Tipton 
Conductor Wally Harper

THE BEACH HOUSE 
By Nancy Donohue
Directed by Austin Pendleton
Set Design by Steven Rubin
Costume Design by Whitney Blausen
Lighting Design by Jamie Gallagher
Presented as part of the Olympic Arts program at Lake Placid, February, 1980

MARY BARNES 
AMERICAN PREMIERE
By David Edgar
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by Marjorie B. Kellogg
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? 
By Edward Albee
Directed by Arvin Brown
Set Design by David Jenkins
Costume Design by Bill Walker
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace

CYRANO DE BERGERAC 
By Edmond Rostand
Directed by Edward Gilbert
Set Design by John Conklin
Costume Design by John Conklin
Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace
Composer Thomas Fay 

STAGE II

JITTERS 
AMERICAN PREMIERE
By David French
Directed by Bill Glassco
Set Design by Eldon Elder
Costume Design by Rachel Kurland
Lighting Design by Jamie Gallagher

THE CARETAKER 
By Harold Pinter
Directed by John Pasquin
Set Design by Karl Eigsti
Costume Design by Linda Fisher
Lighting Design by Judy Rasmuson

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