Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Richard G. Fallon Biography (1923-)
Addresses: Home: 2302 Delgado Drive, Tallahassee, FL, 32304; Office: School of Theatre, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Fl, 32304.
- educator, director, producer, manager, writer, actor
- Birth Details
- September 19, 1923
- New York
New York Debut, Actor
- Jim, The World We Make, Equity Library, 1946.
London Debut, Actor
Dear Ruth, Scala Theatre, 1945.
Principal Film Appearances
The True Glory; Naked in the Sun.
Principal Radio Appearances
Young Doctor Malone; Mr. District Attorney; Jack Armstrong.
The Last Days of Lincoln; Never, Never Ask His Name; The Long Night; My Mother, My Father and Me; Eleonora Duse; Cyrano de Bergerac; Trog; Assignment in Judea; Morgan Rock; directed at the Asolo State Theatre, Sarasota,FL--The Barber of Seville; Cyrano de Bergerac; The Lady's Not for Burning; Tiger at the Gates; A Man for All Seasons; Eleonora Duse; Othello.
Principal Professional Affiliations
- Dean emeritus and director of Professional Programs, School of Theatre, Florida State University; Burt Reynolds Eminent Scholar Chair, School of Theatre, Florida State University; executive director, Asolo State Theatre, Sarasota; director, Charles MacArthur Center for American Theatre; president, Jekyll Island Music Theatre, Inc.; director, Burt Reynolds Foundation for TheatreTraining; president, American Theatre Association, 1982-83; founder, Eddie Dowling University Theatre Foundation; executive director, Jacksonville LittleTheatre, 1955-57; professor of theatre, chairman of theatre, Maryland State University, 1950-54; professor of theatre, chairman of speech and theatre, Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY, 1946-50; director, Scala Theatre, London, England(U.S. Army post theatre) 1943-45; president, University/Resident Theatre Association 1973-75; vice president, Florida Arts Council, 1964; president, AAUPChapter at Florida State University, 1963; state representative, International Theatre Month, ANTA, 1960-64; vice-president, Florida Speech Association,1960-61; president, Florida Theatre Conference, 1958-61; chairman, State Theatre Board; chairman, Committee to Establish American Research Council in Theatre; president, Florida League of the Arts; vice-president, Eddie Dowling University Theatre Foundation; Founder of the Asolo State Theatre in Sarasota Florida. Major Work in Preparation: With Burt Reynolds, planning a new theatrewith video facility in Jupiter, Florida. Development of Charles MacArthur Center for American Theatre.
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