Michael Codron Biography (1930-)

Full name, Michael Victor Codron; born June 8, 1930; son of Isaac A. and Lily(Morgenstern) Codron. Addresses: Office: Oxford School of Drama, Sansomes Farm Studios, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, OX20 1ER, England.

Gender
Male
Occupation
Producer, director

Famous Works

  • CREDITS
  • Stage Work
  • Producer
  • Ring for Catty, London, England, 1956
  • A Month of Sundays, London, England, 1957
  • Share My Lettuce, London, England, 1957
  • The Birthday Party, London, England, 1958
  • Breath of Spring, London, England, 1958
  • The Dock Brief, London, England, 1958
  • Honor Bright, London, England, 1958
  • Little Eyolf, London, England, 1958
  • Valmouth, London, England, 1958
  • What Shall We Tell Caroline?, London, England, 1958
  • Fool's Paradise, London, England, 1959
  • How Say You?, London, England, 1959
  • Pieces of Eight, London, England, 1959
  • The Caretaker, London, England, 1960
  • The Golden Touch, London, England, 1960
  • The Wrong Side of the Park, London, England, 1960
  • Big Soft Nellie, London, England, 1961
  • Ducks and Lovers, London, England, 1961
  • One over the Eight, London, England, 1961
  • Stop It Whoever You Are, London, England, 1961
  • The Tenth Man, London, England, 1961
  • Three (triple-bill), London, England, 1961
  • Under Milkwood, London, England, 1961
  • A Cheap Bunch of Nice Flowers, London, England, 1962
  • Cindy Ella... or I Gotta Shoe, London, England, 1962
  • Doctors of Philosophy, London, England, 1962
  • End of Day, London, England, 1962
  • Everything in the Garden, London, England, 1962
  • Infanticide in the House of Fred Ginger, London, England, 1962
  • Rattle of a Simple Man, London, England, 1962
  • Three at Nine, London, England, 1962
  • Two Stars for Comfort, London, England, 1962
  • Cider with Rosie, London, England, 1963
  • Cockade, London, England, 1963
  • An Evening of British Rubbish, London, England, 1963
  • Kelly's Eye, London, England, 1963
  • License to Murder, London, England, 1963
  • The Lover \[and\] The Dwarfs (double-bill), London, England, 1963
  • Next Time I'll Sing to You, London, England, 1963
  • Out of the Crocodile, London, England, 1963
  • Private Lives, London, England, 1963
  • The Brontes (recital), London, England, 1964
  • Busybody, London, England, 1964
  • The Cloud, London, England, 1964
  • Entertaining Mr. Sloane, London, England, 1964
  • The Formation Dancers, London, England, 1964
  • Hang Down Your Head and Die, London, England, 1964
  • Hedda Gabler, London, England, 1964
  • Poor Bitos, London, England, 1964
  • A Scent of Flowers, London, England, 1964
  • See How They Run, London, England, 1964
  • The Subtopians, London, England, 1964
  • Anyone for England?, London, England, 1965
  • Entertaining Mr. Sloane, New York City, 1965
  • The Killing of Sister George, London, England, 1965
  • Loot, London, England, 1965
  • Ride a Cock Horse, London, England, 1965
  • Travelling Light, London, England, 1965
  • The Anniversary, London, England, 1966
  • Big Bad Mouse, London, England, 1966
  • Four Degrees Over, London, England, 1966
  • A Lily in Little India, London, England, 1966
  • Little Malcolm and His Struggle against the Eunuchs, London, England, 1966
  • A Present from the Past, London, England, 1966
  • Public and Confidential, London, England, 1966
  • There's a Girl in My Soup, London, England, 1966
  • When Did You Last See My Mother?, London, England, 1966
  • The Boy Friend, London, England, 1967
  • Country Dance, London, England, 1967
  • Everything in the Garden, London, England, 1967
  • Fanghorn, London, England, 1967
  • Fill the Stage with Happy Hours, London, England, 1967
  • The Flip Side, London, England, and New York City, both 1967
  • The Judge, London, England, 1967
  • There's a Girl in My Soup, New York City, 1967
  • Wise Child, London, England, 1967
  • Mrs. Mouse Are You Within?, London, England, 1968
  • Not Now Darling, London, England, 1968
  • The Real Inspector Hound \[and\] The Audition (double-bill), London, England, 1968
  • The Servant of Two Masters, London, England, 1968
  • They Don't Grow on Trees, London, England, 1968
  • The Bandwagon, London, England, 1969
  • The Death and Resurrection of Mr. Roche, London, England, 1969
  • There'll Be Some Changes Made, London, England, 1969
  • The Contractor, London, England, 1970
  • Girlfriend, London, England, 1970
  • It's a Two Foot Six Inches above the Ground World, London, England, 1970
  • Not Now Darling, New York City, 1970
  • The Philanthropist, London, England, 1970
  • The Two of Us, London, England, 1970
  • Slag, London, England, 1970-71
  • Butley, London, England, 1971
  • The Changing Room, London, England, 1971
  • The Foursome, London, England, 1971
  • A Game Called Arthur, London, England, 1971
  • The Philanthropist, New York City, 1971
  • A Voyage 'round My Father, London, England, 1971
  • Butley, New York City, 1972
  • Me Times Me, London, England, 1972
  • My Fat Friend, London, England, 1972
  • Owners, London, England, 1972
  • Siege, London, England, 1972
  • Time and Time Again, London, England, 1972
  • Veterans, London, England, 1972
  • Crown Matrimonial, London, England, 1972-73
  • Collaborators, London, England, 1973
  • Habeas Corpus, London, England, 1973
  • Savages, London, England, 1973
  • The Sea, London, England, 1973
  • Absurd Person Singular, London, England, 1973 , then New York City, 1974
  • Flowers, Regent Theatre, 1974
  • Golden Pathway Annual, Mayfair Theatre, London, England, 1974
  • John, Paul, George, Ringo... and Bert, Lyric Theatre, London, England, 1974
  • Knuckle, Comedy Theatre, London, England, 1974
  • My Fat Friend, New York City, 1974
  • The Norman Conquests, Globe Theatre, London, England, 1974
  • Absent Friends, Garrick Theatre, London, England, 1975
  • Alphabetical Order, Mayfair Theatre, 1975
  • Ashes, Young Vic Theatre, London, England, 1975
  • A Family and a Fortune, Apollo Theatre, London, England, 1975
  • Habeas Corpus, New York City, 1975
  • The Norman Conquests, New York City, 1975
  • Otherwise Engaged, Queen's Theatre, London, England, then Comedy Theatre, both 1975
  • Stripwell, Royal Court Theatre, London, England, 1975
  • Confusions, Apollo Theatre, 1976
  • Donkey's Years, Globe Theatre, 1976
  • Funny Peculiar, Mermaid Theatre, London, England, then Garrick Theatre, both 1976
  • Teeth 'n' Smiles, Royal Court Theatre, then Wyndham'sTheatre, London, England, both 1976
  • Treats, Royal Court Theatre, then Mayfair Theatre, both 1976
  • Yahoo, Queen's Theatre, 1976
  • The Bells of Hell, Garrick Theatre, 1977
  • Breezeblock Park, Mermaid Theatre, 1977
  • Dusa, Stas, Fish and Vi, Hampstead Theatre Club, London, England,then Mayfair Theatre, both 1977
  • Just between Ourselves, Queen's Theatre, 1977
  • Oh Mr. Porter, Queen's Theatre, 1977
  • The Old Country, Queen's Theatre, 1977
  • Otherwise Engaged, New York City, 1977
  • Alice's Boys, Savoy Theatre, London, England, 1978
  • The Homecoming, Garrick Theatre, 1978
  • Night and Day, Phoenix Theatre, London, England, 1978
  • The Rear Column, Globe Theatre, 1978
  • The Times Table, Globe Theatre, 1978
  • The Unvarnished Truth, Phoenix Theatre, 1978
  • Joking Apart, Globe Theatre, 1979
  • Night and Day, New York City, 1979
  • Stage Struck, Vaudeville Theatre, London, England, 1979
  • Tishoo, Wyndham's Theatre, 1979
  • Dr. Faustus, Lyric Hammersmith Theatre, London, England, 1980
  • Enjoy, Vaudeville Theatre, 1980
  • Hinge and Bracket at the Globe (also known as Hinge and Bracket), Globe Theatre, 1980
  • Make and Break, Lyric Hammersmith Theatre, then Haymarket TheatreRoyal, London, England, both 1980
  • Taking Steps, Lyric Theatre, 1980
  • The Dresser, Queen's Theatre, 1980 , then New York City, 1981
  • House Guest, Savoy Theatre, 1981
  • Quartermaine's Terms, Queen's Theatre, 1981
  • Rowan Atkinson in Revue, Globe Theatre, 1981
  • Funny Turns, Duchess Theatre, London, England, 1982
  • The Real Thing, Strand Theatre, London, England, 1982
  • Season's Greetings, Apollo Theatre, 1982
  • Noises Off, Lyric Hammersmith Theatre, then Savoy Theatre, both 1982 , then New York City, 1983
  • The Hard Shoulder, Aldwych Theatre, London, England, 1983
  • The Real Thing, Plymouth Theatre, New York City, 1984
  • Benefactors, Vaudeville Theatre, 1984 , then Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1985
  • Jumpers, Aldwych Theatre, 1985
  • Who Plays Wins, 1985
  • Why Me?, Strand Theatre, 1985
  • Kafka's Dick, Royal Court Theatre, 1986
  • Made in Bangkok, Aldwych Theatre, 1986
  • Woman in Mind, Vaudeville Theatre, 1986
  • A View from the Bridge, Aldwych Theatre, 1987
  • Dealing with Clair, Orange Tree Theatre, Surrey, England, 1988
  • Henceforward, Vaudeville Theatre, 1988
  • The Sneeze, Aldwych Theatre, 1988
  • Uncle Vanya, Vaudeville Theatre, 1988
  • Hapgood, Aldwych Theatre, 1988 , then Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1988-89
  • Re: Joyce!, Fortune Theatre, London, England, 1988 , then Vaudeville Theatre, 1989-1991
  • The Cherry Orchard, Aldwych Theatre, 1989
  • Hidden Laughter, Vaudeville Theatre, 1990
  • Hindsight, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London, England, 1990
  • Man of the Moment, 1990
  • Private Lives, Aldwych Theatre, 1990
  • The Revengers' Comedies, Strand Theatre, 1991
  • 70, Girls 70, Vaudeville Theatre, 1991
  • What the Butler Saw, Wyndham's Theatre, 1991
  • Making It Better, Criterion Theatre, London, England, 1992
  • The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, Aldwych Theatre, then CottesloeTheatre, National Theatre, London, England, both 1992
  • Jamais Vu, 1993
  • Time of My Life, Vaudeville Theatre, 1993
  • Arcadia, Haymarket Theatre Royal, 1994
  • (With others) Kit and the Widow's January Sale, Vaudeville Theatre, 1994
  • (With others) The Sisters Rosensweig, Greenwich Theatre, London, England, 1994
  • Dead Funny, Hampstead Theatre Club, 1994 , then Savoy Theatre, 1995
  • Dealer's Choice, Cottesloe Theatre, National Theatre, then Vaudeville Theatre, both 1995
  • Indian Ink, Aldwych Theatre, 1995
  • (With others) Killer Joe, Vaudeville Theatre, 1995
  • The Killing of Sister George, Ambassadors' Theatre, London, England, 1995
  • The Shakespeare Revue, The Pit, London, England, then Vaudeville Theatre, both 1995
  • (With others) Kindertransport, Vaudeville Theatre, 1996
  • (With others) A Talent to Amuse, Vaudeville Theatre, 1996
  • Tom and Clem, 1997
  • Alarms and Excursions, 1998
  • Elton John's Glasses, 1998
  • The Invention of Love, 1998
  • Silhouette Heritage, London, England, 1998
  • Things We Do for Love, Gielgud Theatre, London, England, 1998
  • Quartet, 1999
  • Copenhagen, Cottesloe Theatre, National Theatre, beginning in 1999, then Royale Theatre, New York City, 2000
  • Also produced Comic Potential, Peggy for You, and The Three Sisters.
  • Producer; Major Tours
  • A Far Better Husband, 1975
  • Look, No Hans!, 1984
  • Film Work
  • Producer
  • Clockwise, Universal, 1986

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