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  • Playwright: "Kommit". NOTE: Filmed as Rommet (1968).
  • (1963) Playwright: "Tea Party". NOTES: (1) Based on his short story "Tea Party"; filmed as Teekutsut (1965).
  • (1961) Playwright: "The Collection". NOTE: Filmed as De modeshow (1969), Kollektionen (1962), Kollektionen (1962), Kollektionen (1962).
  • (1960) Playwright: "The Caretaker". NOTE: Filmed as Fastighetsskötaren (2004), Viceværten (1971), The Caretaker (1963)
  • (1957) Stage: Wrote "The Room", produced at the University of Bristol, Bristol, England.
  • (1971) Playwright: "Old Times". NOTE: Filmed as Old Times (1991), Vroeger (1977), Gamle dage (1974).
  • (1958) Stage: Wrote "The Birthday Party", produced at the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre, London, England. NOTE: Filmed as The Birthday Party (1968), Basements (1987), Het verjaardagsfeest (1966), Die Geburtstagsfeier (1961).
  • (1957) Novel: "The Dumb Waiter". NOTE: Filmed as Bez pogovora (1999).
  • (1974) Playwright: "No Man's Land".
  • (1/5/67-10/14/67) Stage: Wrote "The Homecoming", produced on Broadway. Directed by Rosemary Beattie. Music Box Theatre: 324 performances.
  • (1985) Playwright: "Victoria Station". NOTE: Filmed as Victoria Station (2003).
  • (1978) Playwright: "Betrayal".
  • Playwright: "Pinter-cyclus". NOTE: Filmed as Pinter-cyclus (1989)..
  • (1991) Novel: "Party Time". NOTE: Filmed as Party Time (1992).
  • (1975) Stage: Directed Simon Gray's play, "Otherwise Engaged," at the Queen's Theatre in London, England, with Alan Bates, Ian Charleson and Nigel Hawthorne in the cast.
  • (1981) Stage: Directed Simon Gray's play, "Quartermaine's Terms," at the Queen's Theatre in London, England, with 'Edward Fox (I)' (qf), Prunella Scales, James Grout, Peter Birch and Robin Bailey in the cast.
  • (1984) Stage: Directed Simon Gray's play, "The Common Pursuit," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England, with Nicholas Le Prevost, Ian Ogilvy, Simon Williams, and Clive Francis in the cast.
  • (1985) Stage: Wrote "Old Times," performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with Liv Ullmann, Michael Gambon and Nicola Paige in the cast.
  • (1991) Stage: Wrote "The Homecoming," performed at the Comedy Theatre in London, England, with Warren Mitchell, Greg Hicks and Cherie Lunghi in the cast. Peter Hall was director.
  • (1991) Stage: Wrote / directed "The Caretaker" at the Comedy Theatre in London, England, with Donald Pleasence, Colin Firth and Peter Howitt in the cast.
  • (1993) Stage: Wrote / appeared in "No Man's Land," at the Comedy Theatre in London, England, with Paul Eddington in the cast.
  • (1993) Stage: Wrote / directed "Moonlight" at the Almeida Theatre and Comedy Theatre both in London, England, with Ian Holm, Anna Massey, Douglas Hodge, and Michael Sheen in the cast.
  • (1995) Stage: Wrote / appeared in "The Hothouse" at the Comedy Theatre in London, England, with John Shrapnel and Celia Imrie in the cast.
  • (1995) Stage: Directed Ronald Harwood's play, "Taking Sides," at the Criterion Theatre in London, England, with Daniel Massey, Michael Pennington, and Suzanne Bertish in the cast.
  • (1998) Stage: Wrote / appeared in "The Collection, The Lover," and "A Kind of Alaska," at the Donmar Warehouse Theatre in London, England, with Penelope Wilton, Bill Nighy, Douglas Hodge, Lia Williams, and Colin McFarlane in the cast. Joe Harmston was director.
  • (2001) Stage: Wrote "The Homecoming," performed at the Comedy Theatre in London, England, with Ian Holm, Lia Williams, Ian Hart, Nick Dunnings, J. Kavanaugh, and Jason O'Mara in the cast. Robin Lefevre was director.
  • (2000) Stage: Wrote "The Caretaker," performed at the Comedy Theatre in London, England, with Michael Gambon, Rupert Graves and Douglas Hodge in the cast. Patrick Marber was director.
  • (1973) Stage: Wrote "Old Times," performed at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, IL, with Tudi Wiggins in the cast.
  • (1976) Stage: Wrote "The Caretaker," performed at the Victory Gardens Theater in Chicago, IL, with William J. Norris, Frank Galati and Michael Saad in the cast. The crew included Maher Ahmad (scenic designer), Marsha Kowal (costume designer), Robert Shook (lighting designer) and Dennis Zacek (director).
  • (1977) Stage: Wrote "Old Times," performed at the Academy Festival Theatre in Chicago, IL. Marshall W. Mason was director.
  • (1977) Stage: Wrote "The Birthday Party," performed at the Evanston Theatre Center in Evanston, IL.
  • (1979) Stage: Wrote "The Birthday Party," performed at the Court Theatre in Chicago, IL. Nicholas Rudall and Peter Syvertson were directors.
  • (1979) Stage: Wrote "The Homecoming," performed at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, IL, with Robert Talkie in the cast.
  • (1984) Stage: Wrote "The Hothouse," performed at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, IL, with John Mahoney in the cast. Larry Hart was sound designer.
  • (1985) Stage: Wrote "The Birthday Party," performed at the Court Theatre in Chicago, IL, with Laurel Cronin in the cast.
  • (1986) Stage: Wrote "The Caretaker," performed at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, IL, with Alan Wilder in the cast.
  • (1990) Stage: Wrote "The Homecoming," performed at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, IL, with Alan Wilder in the cast.
  • (2000) Stage: Wrote "The Homecoming," performed at the Famous Door Theatre in Chicago, IL, with Roderick Peeples in the cast.
  • (2002) Stage: Wrote "The Birthday Party," performed at the Apple Tree Theatre in Chicago, IL, with Maureen Gallagher in the cast.
  • (2002) Stage: Wrote "No Man's Land," performed at the Rempy Bumppo Theatre in Chicago, IL, with Joe Van Slyke in the cast.
  • (1976) Stage: Directed Simon Gray's play, "Otherwise Engaged," at the Queen's Theatre and Comedy Theatre in London, England, with Sir Michael Gambon CBE, Ian Charleson, Sir Nigel Hawthorne CBE, Julian Glover, Benjamin Whitrow, Jacqueline Pearce, Mary Miller, Hywel Bennett, Caroline Mortimer, Edmund Kente, Brian Smith and Douglas Nottage in the cast.
  • (2003) Stage: Wrote "Betrayal," produced by the Peter Hall Company and performed at the Theatre Royal in Bath, England, with Janie Dee, Hugo Speer, Aden Gillett, William Chubb, Rebecca Hall, Jason Hughes, Anne Penfold, Joseph Millson, Eric Sykes, Rebecca Callard, Michael Siberry, David Yelland, Philip Voss, Mark Rice-Oxley and Jessica Turner in the cast. Peter Hall and Thea Sharrock were directors.
  • (1960) Stage: Wrote "The Caretaker," performed at the Duchess Theatre in London, England, with Alan Bates, Peter Woodthorpe and Donald Pleasence in the cast.
  • (1962) Stage: Wrote "The Dumb Waiter," performed at the Theatre Royal in Stratford East, England, with Terence Brady, Bruce Myers, David O'Clee, Michael Bogdin, Roger Ordish, Ralph Bates, and Carl Bontoft in the cast.
  • (6/18/62) Stage: Wrote / directed "The Collection," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England, with Sheila Allen, Kenneth Haigh, Michael Hordern and Barbara Murray in the cast. John Blatchley and Peter Hall were also directors.
  • (1965) Stage: Wrote "The Homecoming," produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company and performed at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England, with Ian Holm, Vivien Merchant, Michael Bryant, Paul Rogers, Terence Rigby, and John Normington in the cast. Peter Hall was director. Trevor Nunn was assistant director.
  • (1969) Stage: Wrote "Landscape" and "Silence" performed in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England, with 'Dame Peggy Ashcroft' (q), David Waller, Anthony Bate, Frances Cuka and Norman Rodway in the cast. Peter Hall was director.
  • (1971) Stage: Directed James Joyce's play, "Exiles," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England, with John Wood, Vivien Merchant, T.P. McKenna, Estelle Kohler and Marjorie Wilde in the cast.
  • (1971) Stage: Wrote "Old Times," performed in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England, with Colin Blakely, Vivien Merchant and Dorothy Tutin in the cast. Peter Hall was director.
  • (1973) Stage: Wrote "Landscape," and "A Slight Ache", performed in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England, with Peggy Ashcroft and David Waller in the cast. Peter James and Peter Hall were directors.
  • (1995) Stage: Drected Ronald Harwood's play, "Taking Sides," in a Chichester Festival Production at the Minerva Studio Theatre in Chichester, West Sussex, England, with Daniel Massey, Michael Pennington, Gawn Grainger and Suzanne Bertish in the cast.
  • (1995) Stage: Wrote / appeared in "The Hothouse," in a Chichester Festival Production at the Comedy Theatre in London, England, with John Shrapnel, Robert East, Christian Anholt, Celia Imrie, Tony Haygarth, Roland Oliver and Peter Blythe in the cast. David Jones was director.
  • (1985) Stage: Wrote "Other Places: 'A Kind of Alaska,' 'Victoria Station,' and 'One for the Road", performed at the Duchess Theatre in London, England, with Dorothy Tutin, 'Colin Blakely (I)' (qv_ and Susan Engel in the cast. Kenneth Ives was director.
  • (1959) Stage: Contributed for the revue "One to Another: A New Lyric Revue," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England, with Beryl Reid, Patrick Wymark, Sheila Hancock, Roddy Maude-Roxby and Joe Melia in the cast. Eleanor Fazan was director. John Cranko, Bamber Gascoigne, Joseph Horovitz, John Mortimer, Dorothy Parker, Humphrey Searle, and NF Simpson were contributors.
  • (3/26/97) Stage: Contributed to the revue "Then Again, A New Lyric Revue," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England, with Desmond Barrit, Dawn French, Sheila Hancock, Neil Mullarkey, and John Gould (piano player) in the cast. Neil Bartlett was director. Alan Bennett, Noël Coward, Dawn French, Jennifer Saunders, Graeme Garden, Ken Hoare, NF Simpson, David Wood, John Gould, Julian Clary, Richard Curtis, and Stephen Fry were also writers.
  • (1975) Stage: Wrote "No Man's Land," performed in a National Theatre production at Wyndham's Theatre in London, England, with John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson, Michael Feast and Terence Rigby in the cast. Peter Hall was director.
  • (1976) Stage: Wrote "No Man's Land," performed in a National Theatre production at the Wyndham's Theatre in London, England, with John Gielgud and Ralph Richardson in the cast. Peter Hall was director.
  • (1976) Stage: Directed Noël Coward's play, "Blithe Spirit," in a National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England, with Richard Johnson, Elizabeth Spriggs, Maria Aitken and Rowena Cooper in the cast.
  • (1977) Stage: Wrote "No Man's Land," preformed in a National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England, with John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson, Michael Kitchen and Terence Rigby in the cast. Peter Hall was director.
  • (1977) Stage: Directed Noël Coward's play, "Blithe Spirit," in a National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England, with Richard Johnson, Maria Aitken and Elizabeth Spriggs in the cast.
  • (1970) Stage: Directed James Joyce's play, "Exiles," at the Mermaid Theatre in London, England, with John Wood, Vivien Merchant, David Parfitt, Timothy West and Lynn Fairleigh in the cast.
  • (1971) Stage: Directed Simon Gray's play, "Butley," at the Criterion Theatre in London, England, with Alan Bates, Richard O'Callaghan, Colette O'Neil, Michael Byrne, George Fenton and Mary Wimbush in the cast.
  • (1972) Stage: Wrote "The Caretaker," performed at the Gaiety Theatre in Dublin, Ireland, with Jack MacGowran, Nigel Anthony and Frank Barrie in the cast.
  • (1973) Stage: Wrote "Old Times," performed at the Pitlochry Festival Theatre in Pitlochry, Perthshire, Scotland, with Roger Forbes, Denise Hirst and Madeleine Newbury in the cast.
  • (1980) Stage: Wrote / directed "The Hothouse," at the Ambassador's Theatre in London, England, with Derek Newark, Angela Pleasence, James Grout, Edward de Souza and Michael Forest in the cast.
  • (1981) Stage: Directed Simon Gray's play, "Quatermaine's Terms," at the Queen's Theatre in London, England, with Edward Fox, Prunella Scales, James Grout, Jenny Quayle, Peter Birch and Robin Bailey in the cast.
  • (1981) Stage: Directed Simon Gray's play, "Quatermaine's Terms," at the Richmond Theatre in Richmond, Surrey, England, with Edward Fox, Robin Bailey, James Grout, Prunella Scales and Jenny Quayle in the cast.
  • (1984) Stage: Directed / appeared in Simon Gray's play, "The Common Pursuit," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England, with Nicholas Le Prevost, Ian Ogilvy, Simon Williams and Clive Francis in the cast.
  • (2010-11) Wrote "The Homecoming," performed at the Mary-Arrchie Theatre Company in Chicago, IL, with Vance Smith in the cast.
  • (1985) Stage: Wrote "Old Times," performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with Liv Ullmann, Michael Gambon and Nicola Pagett in the cast.
  • (10/85) Stage: Directed Tennessee Williams' play, "Sweet Bird of Youth," at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with Lauren Bacall, James Grout, Frances Cuka, Brenda Peters, David Cunningham, Geraldine Alexander, Colin Reese and Simon Rouse in the cast.
  • (8/85) Stage: Directed Tennessee Williams play, "Sweet Bird of Youth," at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with Lauren Bacall, James Grout, Frances Cuka, Alice Drummind, Simon Rouse, Geraldine Alexander, Colin Reese and Michael Beck in the cast.
  • (1986) Stage: Directed Donald Freed's play, "Circe & Bravo," at the Hampstead Theatre in Hampstead, London, England, with Faye Dunaway and Stephen Jenn in the cast.
  • (1987) Stage: Wrote "The Lover" and "A Slight Ache," performed at the Young Vic Theatre in London, England, with Barry Foster, Simon Williams, Judy Buxton and Jill Johnson in the cast.
  • (2011-12 Season) Stage: Wrote "The Caretaker," performed at the Writers' Theatre in Chicago, IL, with William J. Norris in the cast. Ron OJ Parson was director. Jack Magaw was scenic designer.
  • (2011-12 Season) Stage: Wrote "Old Times," performed at the Strawdog Theatre Company in Chicago, IL. Anita Deely was dialect coach.
  • (2012-13 Season) Stage: Wrote "The Dumb Waiter," performed at the TUTA Theatre Chicago in Chicago, IL. Christopher Kriz was sound designer.
  • (2012-13 Season) Stage: Wrote "The Birthday Party," performed at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, IL, with Moira Harris in the cast.
  • (1990) Stage: Directed Jane Stanton Hitchcock's play, "Vanilla," at the Lyric Theatre in London, England, with Siân Phillips, Joanna Lumley, Ron Cook, Greg Hicks and Charlotte Cornwell in the cast.
  • (1990) Stage: Wrote "The Homecoming," performed in a Peter Hall Company production at the Comedy Theatre in London, England, with Warren Mitchell, Nicholas Woodeson, Greg Hicks, Cherie Lunghi and John Normington in the cast. Peter Hall was producer / director.
  • (1991) Stage: Wrote "Betrayal," performed at the Almeida Theatre in London, England, with Cheryl Campbell, Bill Nighy and Martin Shaw in the cast. David Leveaux was director.
  • (1991) Stage: Wrote / directed "The Caretaker," at the Comedy Theatre in London, England, with Donald Pleasence, Colin Firth and Peter Howitt in the cast.
  • (1992) Stage: Wrote / appeared in "No Man's Land," at the Almeida Theatre in London, England, with Paul Eddington, Douglas Hodge and Gawn Grainger in the cast.
  • (1993) His play, "Moonlight," was performed at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with Ian Holm, Anna Massey, Douglas Hodge, Michael Sheen, Claire Skinner, and Edward De Souza in the cast. David Leveaux was director.
  • (1993) His play, "The Caretaker," was performed at the Nottingham Playhouse Theatre in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England with Kenneth Haigh, Michael Praed, and Jonathan Lermit in the cast.
  • (1993) His play, "Moonlight," was performed at the Almeida Theatre in London, England with Ian Holm, Anna Massey, Douglas Hodge, Michael Sheen, Claire Skinner, and Edward De Souza in the cast. David Leveaux was director.
  • (1993) Franz Kafka and his play, "The Trial," was performed in an European Stage Company production at the Young Vic Theatre in London, England with James Wilby, Peter Eyre, David Bamber, Malcolm Rennie, Guy Manning, Estelle Kohler, Simon Dutton (for Jeffrey Chiswick), and Laura Cox in the cast. Lida Engelova was director.
  • (1995) He acted in his play, "The Hothouse, "at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with Harold Pinter, John Shrapnel, and Celia Imrie in the cast. David Jones was director.
  • (1996) He directed Reginald Rose's play, "12 Angry Men," at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with Tony Haygarth, Timothy West, Maurice Kaufmann, Tim Healy, Kevin Whateley, Alan MacNaughtan, Peter Vaughan, and Robert East in the cast.
  • (1997) He directed Simon Gray's play, "Life Support," at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Alan Bates, Nickolas Grace, Georgina Hale, and Carole Nimmons in the cast.
  • (1998) He acted in his play, "A Kind of Alaska," at the Donmar Theatre in London, England with Penelope Wilton, Bill Nighy, Douglas Hodge, Lia Williams, and Colin McFarlane in the cast. Karel Reisz and Joe Harmston were directors.
  • (1998) He acted in his play, "The Lover," at the Donmar Theatre in London, England with Penelope Wilton, Bill Nighy, Douglas Hodge, Lia Williams, and Colin McFarlane in the cast. Karel Reisz and Joe Harmston were directors.
  • (1998) He acted in his play, "The Collection," at the Donmar Theatre in London, England with Penelope Wilton, Bill Nighy, Douglas Hodge, Lia Williams, and Colin McFarlane in the cast. Karel Reisz and Joe Harmston were directors.
  • (1999) His play, "The Birthday Party," was performed at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England with Prunella Scales, Steven Pacey, Timothy West, and Nigel Terry in the cast.
  • (1999) He directed Simon Gray's play, "The Late Middle Class," at the New Victoria Theatre in Woking, Surrey, England with Nicholas Woodeson, James Fleet, Harriet Walter, and Angela Pleasance in the cast.
  • (1999) He directed Simon Gray's play, "The Late Middle Class," at the Richmond Theatre in London, England with Nicholas Woodeson, James Fleet, Harriet Walter, and Angela Pleasance in the cast.
  • (1994) His play, "The Birthday Party," was performed in a Royal National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Bob Peck, Dora Bryan, Anton Lesser, Nicholas Woodeson, and Trevor Peacock in the cast. Sam Mendes was director.
  • (1994) He directed his play, "Landscape," in a Royal National Theatre production at the Lyttelton and Laurence Olivier Theatres in London, England with Ian Holm and Penelope Wilton in the cast. Harold Pinter was also director.
  • (1995) He directed Ronald Harwood's play, "Taking Sides," at the Criterion Theatre in London, England with Suzanne Bertish, Daniel Massey, and Michael Pennington in the cast.
  • (1999) His play, "Betrayal," was performed in a Royal National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Douglas Hodge, Imogen Stubbs, and Anthony Calf in the cast. Trevor Nunn was director.
  • (2001) He directed his play, "No Man's Land," in a Royal National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Corin Redgrave and John Wood in the cast.
  • (2000) He directed his play, "Celebration," at the Almeida Theatre in London, England with Lindsay Duncan, Steven Pacey, Henry Woolf, Lia Williams, Keith Allen, Susan Wooldridge, Andy De La Tour, Danny Dyer, and Indira Varma in the cast.
  • (2000) He directed his play, "The Room," at the Almeida Theatre in London, England with Lindsay Duncan, Steven Pacey, Henry Woolf, Lia Williams, Keith Allen, Susan Wooldridge, Andy De La Tour, Danny Dyer, and Indira Varma in the cast.
  • (2001) His play, "The Homecoming," was performed at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with Ian Holm, Lia Williams, Ian Hart, Nick Dunning, John Kavanagh, and Jason O'Mara in the cast. Robin Lefevre was director.
  • (2003) His play, "Betrayal," was performed at the Duchess Theatre in London, England with Janie Dee, Aden Gillett, and Hugo Speer in the cast. Peter Hall was director.
  • (May 2005) His play, "Celebration," was performed in a Guildhall School of Music and Theatre production at the Guildhall Theatre in London, England with Hayley Atwell, Luciano Dodero, and Matti Houghton in the cast. Heather Davies was director.
  • (2005) His play, "Celebration," was performed at the Gate Theatre in Dublin, Ireland with Stephen Rea, Michael Gambon, Penelope Wilton, Kenneth Cranham, Sinead Cusack, Jeremy Irons, Janie Dee, Charles Dance, and Joanna Lumley in the cast. Alan Stanford was director.
  • (2000) His play, "The Caretaker," was performed at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with Sir Michael Gambon, Rupert Graves, and Douglas Hodge in the cast. Patrick Marber was director.
  • (1967-1968 season) His play, "The Birthday Party," was performed at the Hull House Theater in Chicago, Illinois with Wilfred Cleary or John Ward (playing Petey); Beatrice Fredman or Maureen Steindler (playing Meg); James Zerwin (Stanley); Paula Shapiro or Marie Barber (playing Lulu); Mike Nussbaum or Donald Marston (playing Goldberg); and Robert Kiddoer or Richard Lucas (playing McCann) in the cast. Bob Sickinger was director, lighting and set designer. Selma Sickinger was costume designer.
  • (1970) His play, "The Basement," was performed at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Cordis Fejer in the cast.
  • (December 1, 1976) His play, "The Dumb Waiter," was performed at the Steppenwolf Theatre, Highland Park, Illinois with H.E. Baccus (Ben) and John Malkovich (Gus) in the cast. Nancy Chris Evans was director. Kevin Rigdon was scenic designer.
  • (1989) His play, "Betrayal," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Michael Countryman, Anne Newhall, and Richard Bekins in the cast.
  • (1984 - 1985) His play, "Old Times," was performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. William Ball was director.
  • (1997 - 1998) His play, "Old Times, "was performed in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Carey Perloff was director.
  • (2000 - 2001) His plays, "Celebration," and "The Room," were performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Carey Perloff was director.
  • (2001 - 2002) His plays, "Celebration," and "The Room," was performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Carey Perloff was director.
  • (2010 - 2011) His play, "The Homecoming," was performed in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Carey Perloff was director.
  • (2001) His play, "Celebration," and "The Room," was performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production at the Geary Theater in San Francisco, California with Rene Augesen, Marco Barricelli, Steven Anthony Jones, and Gregory Wallace in the cast. Carey Perloff was artistic director.
  • (2011) His play, "The Homecoming," was performed in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Carey Perloff was director.
  • (2011) "Pursuing Pinter," was performed in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California with Austin E. Quigley, Michael Krasny, and David Strathairn in the cast.
  • (September 24, 1981 to November 8, 1981) His play, "Betrayal," was performed at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
  • (1967 - 1968) His play, "The Homecoming," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.
  • (April 21 to May 22, 1965) His play, "The Collection," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Dana Elcar was director.
  • (May 9, 1986) His play, "Old Times," was performed in The Arena Stage Theatre production at the Kreeger Theater in Washington D.C. Garland Wright was director.
  • (May 13 to July 9, 1972) His play, "Old Times," was performed in a West Coast premiere at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Jeff Bleckner was director.
  • (March 10 to May 13, 1990) "50/60 Vision: Plays and Playwrights That Changed the Theatre. Thirteen Plays in Repertory including Edward Albee's "The Sandbox," "The Zoo Story," and "The American Dream; Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones)'s "The Dutchman;" Samuel Beckett's "Happy Days" and "Krapp's Last Tape;" Jean Genet "The Maids;" Eugene Ionesco's "The Lesson," his play, "The Collection," and Sam Shepard," were performed at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Ron Campbell, Phillip R. Allen, Maria O'Brien, Alan Oppenheimer, Megan Butler, Jihmi Kennedy and John Nesci in the cast. Edward Parone was developer and producer. Michael Arabian, Peter C. Brosius, Daniel O'Connor, Casey Perloff and Ethan Silverman were directors. Louis Durra was composer. Julie Weiss was costume designer.
  • (1979-1980 season) His play, "The Caretaker," was performed at the Long Wharf Theatre (Stage II) in New Haven, Connecticut. John Pasquin was director. Karl Elgstei was set designer. Judy Rasmuson was lighting designer. Linda Fisher was costume designer.
  • (1989-1990 season) His play, "The Lover," and Joe Orton's play, "The Ruffian on the Stair," was performed at the Long Wharf Theatre (Stage II) in New Haven, Connecticut. John Tillinger was director. James Noone was set designer. Jess Goldstein was costume designer. Craig Miller was lighting designer.
  • (1990-1991 season) His play, "Betrayal," was performed at the Long Wharf Theatre (Mainstage) in New Haven, Connecticut. John Tillinger was director. John Lee Beatty was set designer. Jane Greenwood was costume designer. Richard Nelson was lighting designer.
  • (April 9 to May 2, 1965) His play, "The Caretaker," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Jack Collard (Mick); John Seitz (Aston) and J.S. Johnson (Davies) in the cast. Richard Block was director.
  • (1966-1967 season) His play, "The Dumb Waiter," was performed in an Actors Theatre of Louisville (Kentucky) production in the Kentucky State Tour with Max Howard (Gus) and Lenny Baker (Ben) in the cast. Karl Eigsti was director.
  • (December 5 to 22, 1968) His play, "The Birthday Party," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Robert Milton (Petey); Dale Carter Cooper (Meg); Fred Morsell (Stanley); Kathryn Grody (Lula); David Zirlin (Goldberg) and Gardner Hayes (McCann) in the cast. Richard Block was director.
  • (1971-1972 season) His play, "Pinter Sketchers/The Dumbwaiter," was performed in an Actors Theatre of Louisville production in a Kentucky State Tour. Jon Jory was artistic director.
  • (May 1 to 13, 1973) His play, "Old Times," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky. Jon Jory was artistic director.
  • (May 25 to 30, 1993) His play, "The Collection," was performed in an Apprentice/Intern Company production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with the 1992-1993 Acting Apprentice Company in the cast. Scott Zigler was director.
  • (January 18 to 21, 2001) His play, "The Lover and a Slight Ache," was performed in a Free Theatre Project at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky. William McNulty was director.
  • (January 4 to 29, 2005) His play, "Betrayal," was performed in a Brown-Forman Series production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Barbara Gulan (Emma); Rex Young (Jerry); Stephen Webber (Robert) and Fred Major (A Waiter) in the cast. Ira Hill and Marc Masterson were directors.
  • (1964 to 1965 season) His play, "The Caretaker," was performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island. Adrian Hall was director. Patrick Firpo was set designer. Sunny Warner was costume designer. Thomas J. Aubin was lighting designer. Bond Perry was sound designer.
  • (Summer 1965) His play, "The Caretaker" was performed in a Trinity Repertory Company production at the University of Rhode Island in Providence, Rhode Island. Adrian Hall was director.
  • (1966-67 season) Stage: Wrote "The Birthday Party", performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, RI, with Richard Kneeland, William Cain and Clinton Anderson in the cast. Adrian Hall was director. Lynn Pecktal was set designer. John Lehrmeyer was costume designer. Roger Morgan was lighting designer.
  • (1968-69 season) Stage: Wrote "The Homecoming," performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, RI. Pirie MacDonald was director. Eugene Lee was set designer. John Lehmeyer was costume designer. Roger Morgan was lighting director.
  • (1972-73 season) Stage: Wrote "Old Times," performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, RI. Jacques Cartier was director. Eugene Lee was set designer. Roger Morgan was lighting designer.
  • (1980-81 season) Stage: Wrote "Betrayal," performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, RI. Larry Arrick was director. Robert D. Soule was set designer. William Lane was costume designer. John F. Custer was lighting designer.
  • (1981-82 season) Stage: Wrote "The Hothouse," performed in an American premiere production at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, RI. Adrian Hall was director. Eugene Lee was set and lighting designer. WIlliam Lane was costume designer.
  • (7/8/69) Stage: Wrote "The Homecoming," performed at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis, MN, with Lee Richardson in the cast. Joseph Anthony was director. Douglas Schmidt was set designer. John Jensen was costume designer. Robert Scales was lighting designer.
  • (1969 season) Stage: Wrote "A Slight Ache", performed (along with Amiri Baraka' play, "The Dutchman") in a Tyrone Guthrie Theater production At The Other Place Theater, Harmon Place, Minneapolis, MN. Dan Bly was director.
  • (1970 season) Stage: Wrote "Silence" and "Landcape," performed in a Tyrone Guthrie Theater production At The Other Place Theater, Harmon Place, Minneapolis, MN. Dan Bly was director.
  • (2016-17 season) Wrote "The Room," performed at A Red Orchid Theatre in Chicago, IL. Heath Hays was sound designer.
  • (1975 to 1976 season) His play, "The Caretaker," was performed at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater, 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, Minnesota with Eric Christmas and Mark Lamos in the cast. Stephen Kanee was director. Jack Barkla was set designer. Lewis Brown was costume designer. Duane Schuler was lighting designer.
  • (1986 to 1987 season) His play, "The Birthday Party," was performed at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater, 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Stephen Kanee was director. Andrei Both was set and costume designer. Marcus Dilliard was lighting designer.

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