Howard Atlee Biography (1926-)
Addresses: Office: 165 W. 46th Street, New York, NY, 10036.
- press representative, manager
- Birth Details
- May 14, 1926
- Bucyrus, Ohio
- Press Representation
- Actor/assistant manager, Olney, MD, 1952; actor/manager/press representative, Mountaintop, Frederick, MD, 1953; production assistant, By the Beautiful Sea, Majestic, NY, 1953; press representative, Oguniquit Playhouse, ME, 1954-55; press assistant, Wonderful Town, Winter Garden, NY, 1953;press assistant, The Seven Year Itch, Fulton, 1952; assistant press representative, Pipe Dream, Shubert, NY, 1955; press representative, ThePlayhouse, Camden, NJ, 1956; press assistant, The Happiest Millionaire, Lyceum, NY, 1956; press assistant, Speaking of Murder, Royale, NY,1956; press assistant for the Irish Players productions, In the Shadow ofthe Glen, The Tinkers Wedding, Riders to the Sea, Theatre East, NY, 1957;press representative, Lakeside Playhouse, Barnesville, PA, 1957. Press Representative for New York productions, 1958-60--She Shall Have Music; The Legend of Lizzie; The Playboy of the Western World; Triad; Season of Choice; Shadow and Substance; The Tempest; Krapp's Last Tape; The Zoo Story; Shakespeare in Harlem; Absolutely Time; The Ignorants Abroad; Darwin's Theories;John Brown's Body; Call Me by My Rightful Name; The Sudden End of AnnieCinquefoil; A Banquet for the Moon; The American Dream; Bartleby; The Death of Bessie Smith and for Circle-in-the-Square. 1961--Hedda Gabler; A Worm in Horseradish; The Moon in the Yellow River; Happy, as Larry; Philoktetes;Women at the Tomb; Young Abe Lincoln; The Sap of Life; The Opening of a Window; The Cockeyed Kite; Ghosts; The Golden Apple; Sharon's Grave; The Cantilevered Terrace; A Stage Affair; Black Nativity; Fly Blackbird. 1962--The Theatre of the Absurd; 4x4; Toy for the Clowns; Wretched the Lion Hearted; Anything Goes; Sweet Miami; Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; Whisper into My Good Ear/Mrs. Dally Has a Lover; The Laundry; The Coach with the Six Insides; Brecht on Brecht; and for the APA Repertory Company and AmericanSavoyards. 1963--Strange Interlude; Save Me a Place at Forest Lawn; The Last Minstrel; Andorra; Tour de Force; The Ballad of the Sad Cafe; Corruption in the Palace of Justice; The Streets of New York; Play/The Lover. 1964--Funnyhouse of a Negro; Dutchman; The Two Executioners; Naughty Marietta; The Brig; Tiny Alice; That Hat; The Giants' Dance. 1965--The FourthPig; The Fisherman; Friday Night; A Sound of Silence; Do Not Pass Go; That Thing at the Cherry Lane; Troubled Waters; Good Days; The Exhaustion of Our Son's Love; Happy Ending; Day of Absence. 1966--Winterset; Malcolm; Laughwind; A Delicate Balance; The Long Christmas Dinner; Queens of France; The Happy Journey to Trenton and Camden; The Butter and Egg Man; America Hurrah; Three Hand Reel; Night of the Dance. 1967--The Rimers of Eldritch; The Experiment; The Party on Greenwich Avenue; Johnny No-Trump. 1968--Song of the Lusitanian Bogey; The Indian Wants the Bronx; It's Called theSugar Plum; The Bench; Two Camps; Frére Jacques; Walk Down Mah Street;Another City, Another Land; The Young Master Dante; The Grab Bag; Sweet Eros/Witness; God Is (Guess What); The Firebugs; How To Steal an Election; Yes, Yes, No, No. 1969--Get Thee to Canterbury; Adaptation/Next/Ceremonies in Dark Old Men; The Triumph of Robert Emmet; American Conservatory Theatre revivals, Tiny Alice, A Flea in Her Ear, Three Sisters; The Front Page;Man Better Man; The Reckoning; The American Hamburger League; Mercy Street; Crimes of Passion; The Harangues. 1970--Gloria and Esperanza; The Cherry Orchard; The Memory Bank; Hedda Gabler; Nature of the Crime; End-game; HayFever; Johnny Johnston; Sunday Dinner; Ododo. 1971--Ride a Black Horse; In New England Winter; Things That Almost Happen; Kiss Now; Black Girl; TheSty of the Blind Pig; Fingernails Blue as Flowers. 1972--Uhuruh; Jamimma; The Contrast; The River Niger. 1974--The Great Mcdaddy; In the Deepest Part of Sleep. 1975--Bette Midler's Clams on the Half ShellRevue; Salome; The First Breeze of Summer.