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Jeff Wanshel Biography (1947-)
Full name Jeffrey M. Wanshel; born August 24, 1947, in White Plains, NY; sonof Jerome Nelson (an attorney) and Sylvia (a social worker and real estate agent; maiden name, Greenwald) Wanshel. Addresses: AGENT--Luis Sanjurjo,International Creative Management, 40 W. 57th Street, New York, NY 10019.
- Birth Details
- August 24, 1947
- White Plains, New York, United States
- PLAYS PUBLISHED/PRODUCED The Disintegration of James Cherry, produced atRepertory Theatre of Lincoln Center, NY, 1969-70.
- American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco, CA, 1971; onBBC Radio, 1972; Manhattan Theatre Club, NY, 1972; Hudson Guild, NY, 1976.
- The Rhesus Umbrella, produced at Yale Repertory Theatre, 1970.
- Auto-Destruct, produced at Magic Theatre, San Francisco, CA, 1972- 73; Manhattan Theatre Club, 1973; Theatre Genesis, NY, 1976.
- Fog and Mismanagement, produced at Circle Repertory Company, NY, 1976.
- Parade, National Theatre of the Deaf, U.S; and international tour, 1975-76.
- Isadora Duncan Sleeps with the Russian Navy, produced at American Place,NY, 1976-77.
- The General Brutus, produced on "Earplay," National Public Radio, 1978.
- The Wild Goose, produced at Magic Theatre, San Francisco, CA, 1978.
- Holeville (with songs and direction by Des McAnuff), produced at Dodger Theatre, Brooklyn Academy of Music, 1979.
- Adaptation of Kafka's A Metamorphosis in Minature, Music Theatre Group/Lenox Arts Center and the Cubiculo, NY, 1982.
- Adaptation of Landolfi's Gogol's Wife, Music Theatre Group/Lenox Arts Center, 1983.
- Times and Appetites of Toulouse-Lautrec.
- Fun in Nuclear Park.
- Adaptation of James Thurber's "The Greatest Man in the World," American Short Story, PBS, 1980.
- adaptation of Faulkner's "The Bear," American Masterworks, PBS, 1985.
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