Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Frank Gagliano Biography (1931-)
Full name, Francis Joseph Gagliano, born November 18, 1931, in Brooklyn, NY;son of Francis Paul and Nancy (La-Barbera) Gagliano; married Sandra Gordon (an operatic soprano), January 18, 1958; children: Francis Enrico. Addresses: AGENT--c/o Gilbert Parker, William Morris Agency, Inc., 1350 Avenue ofthe Americas, New York, NY 10019.
- Birth Details
- November 18, 1931
- Brooklyn, New York, United States
- PLAYS,PRODUCED The Library Raid, Alley Theatre, Houston, TX, 1961.
- Conerico Was Here to Stay (one-act), Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City,1965.
- Night of the Dunce, Cherry Lane Theatre, 1966.
- Father Uxbridge Wants to Marry, Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center, Waterford,CT, then American Place Theatre, New York City, 1967.
- The Hide-and-Seek Odyssey of Madeline Gimple (one-act), Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center, then Project Create, New York City, 1967.
- Frank Gagliano's City Scene (two one-acts entitled, "Paradise Gardens East" and "Conerico Was Here to Stay"), Fortune Theatre, New York City, 1969.
- The Prince of Peasantmania, Milwaukee Repertory Company, WI, 1970, and O'Neill Theatre Center.
- (with Lionel Bart) Quasimodo, 1971.
- Anywhere the Wind Blows, 1972.
- In the Voodoo Parlor of Marie Leveau and The Commedia World of Lafcadio Beau, both Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center, then Phoenix Theatre, New York City,1974.
- (with Raymond Benson) The Resurrection of Jackie Cramer, E. P.
- Conkle Workshop for Playwrights, University of Texas at Austin, University of Rhode Island Theatre, and New Dramatists, 1974.
- (with Claibe Richardson) Congo Square, University of Rhode Island Theatre, 1975.
- The Total Immersion of Madeleine Favorini, University of Nevada at Las Vegas, then New Dramatists, New York City, 1979.
- Also The Humungus Toe Rides Again. Also represented in anthologies, including Showcase I, edited by John Lahr, Grove Press, 1970, and Scripts III, Houghton Mifflin Company.
- The Bel Canto Gang and Those Talented Ladies from Suicide Street (a television movie).
- "Big Sur," Experiment in Television, NBC, 1969.
- The Private Eye of Hiram Bodoni, 1971; and Father Uxbridge Wants to Marry, PBS.
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