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William M. Hoffman Biography (1939-)
Born April 12, 1939, in New York, NY; son of Morton (a caterer) and Johanna (a jeweler; maiden name, Papiermeister) Hoffman. Addresses: AGENT--c/oLuis SanJuro, International Creative Management, 40 W. 57th Street, New York,NY 10019.
- Birth Details
- April 12, 1939
- New York, New York, United States
Credits; PRINCIPAL STAGE WORK
- Artist-in-residence, Lincoln Center Student Program, 1971-72.
- visiting lecturer of theatre arts, University of Massachusetts, 1973.
- playwriting consultant, CAPS Program, New York State Council on the Arts,1975-77.
- playwriting consultant, Massachusetts Arts and Humanities Foundation, 1978.
- playwright-in-residence, American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco, 1978.
- playwright-in-residence, La Mama Experimental Theatre Company (E.T.C.), New York City, 1978-79.
- star adjunct professor in playwriting, Hofstra University, 1980-83.
- The Children's Crusade and From Fool to Hanged Man, both Playwrights Horizons, New York City, 1972.
- A Nut Bread to Make Your Mouth Water (also known as Spontaneous Combustion), Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1973.
- Gilles de Rais, Gate Theatre, New York City, 1975.
- Cornbury, staged reading, Public Theatre, New York Shakespeare Festival,New York City, 1976.
- Shoe Palace Murray, American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco, 1978.
- Gulliver's Travels, LaMama E.T.C., New York City, 1978.
- X's, La Mama E.T.C., New York City, 1981.
- A Book of Etiquette, s.n.a.f.u.
- Theatre, New York City, 1983.
- As Is, Circle Repertory Company Theatre, New York City, then Lyceum Theatre, New York City, 1985.
- PLAYS,PUBLISHED Thank You Miss Victoria, 1970.
- From Fool to Hanged Man, 1970.
- Saturday Night at the Movies, 1973.
- A Quick Nut Bread to Make Your Mouth Water (also known as Spontaneous Combustion), 1973.
- The Last Days of Stephen Foster, 1978.
- (with Anthony Holland) Cornbury, 1979.
- As Is, published by Dramatists Play Service.
- "Notes from the New World: Louis Moreau Gottschalk," Camera Three, CBS, 1976.
- scripts for WNET, Channel 13, 1976-77.
- (pilot) Pink Panther's Magic Music Hall, 1977.
- "The Last Days of Stephen Foster," Camera Three, CBS, 1977.
- "Whistler, Five Portraits," Camera Three, CBS, 1978.
Writings;POEMS AND LYRICS
- The Cloisters, song cycle, 1968 included in anthology, 31 New American Poets and Fine Frenzy, 1972.
- Wedding Song, 1979.
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