Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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David Merrick Biography (1912-2000)
Born David Margulois, November 27, 1912, in St. Louis, MO; son of Samuel andCelia Margulois; married Etan Aronson. Addresses: PUBLICIST--Jackie Green, The Joshua Ellis Office, 240 W. 44th Street, Suite Eight, New York, NY 10036.
- Birth Details
- November 27, 1912
- St. Louis, Missouri, United States
- Death Details
- April 25, 2000
- London, England
Credits; PRINCIPAL STAGE WORK; ALL AS PRODUCER IN NEW YORK CITY
- Fanny, Majestic Theatre, 1954.
- The Matchmaker, Royale Theatre, 1955.
- Look Back in Anger, Lyceum Theatre, 1957.
- Romanoff and Juliet, Plymouth Theatre, 1957.
- Jamaica, Imperial Theatre, 1957.
- The Entertainer, The World of Suzie Wong, and La Plume de Ma Tante, all Royale Theatre, 1958.
- Epitaph for George Dillon, John Golden Theatre, 1958.
- Destry Rides Again, Imperial Theatre, 1958.
- Gypsy, Broadway Theatre, 1958.
- Take Me Along, Shubert Theatre, 1958.
- Maria Golovin, Martin Beck Theatre, 1958.
- The Good Soup and Irma La Douce, both Plymouth Theatre, 1960.
- Vintage '60, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, 1960.
- A Taste of Honey, Lyceum Theatre, 1960.
- Becket and Do Re Mi, both St. James Theatre, 1960.
- Carnival!, Imperial Theatre, 1961.
- Sunday in New York, Cort Theatre, 1961.
- Ross, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, 1961.
- Subways Are for Sleeping, St. James Theatre, 1961.
- I Can Get It for You Wholesale and Stop the World--I Want to Get Off, both Shubert Theatre, 1962.
- Tchin Tchin, Plymouth Theatre, 1962.
- Oliver!, Imperial Theatre, 1962.
- Rehearsal, Royale Theatre, 1963.
- Luther, St. James Theatre, 1963.
- 110 in the Shade, Broadhurst Theatre, 1963.
- Arturo Ui, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, 1963.
- Hello, Dolly!, St. James Theatre, 1964.
- Oh, What a Lovely War, Broadhurst Theatre, 1964.
- Pickwick, 46th Street Theatre, 1965.
- The Roar of the Greasepaint--The Smell of the Crowd, Shubert Theatre, 1965.
- Inadmissible Evidence, Belasco Theatre, 1965.
- Cactus Flower, Royale Theatre, 1965.
- The Persecution and Assassination of Jean Paul Marat as Performed by theInmates of the Asylum of Charenton under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade(also known as Marat/Sade), Martin Beck Theatre, 1965, then Majestic Theatre, 1967.
- Philadelphia, Here I Come!, Helen Hayes Theatre, 1966.
- Don't Drink the Water, Morosco Theatre, 1966.
- I Do! I Do!, 46th Street Theatre, 1966.
- How Now, Dow Jones, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, 1967.
- The Happy Time, Broadway Theatre, 1967.
- Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Alvin Theatre, 1967.
- Forty Carats, Morosco Theatre, 1968.
- Promises, Promises, Shubert Theatre, 1969.
- Play It Again, Sam, Broadhurst Theatre, 1969.
- Private Lives, Billy Rose Theatre, 1969.
- Child's Play, Royale Theatre, 1970.
- Four in a Garden, Broadhurst Theatre, 1971.
- A Midsummer Night's Dream, Billy Rose Theatre, 1971.
- The Philanthropist, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 1971.
- There's One in Every Marriage and Moonchildren, both Royale Theatre, 1972.
- Sugar, Majestic Theatre, 1972.
- Vivat! Vivat Regina!, Broadhurst Theatre, 1972.
- Out Cry, Lyceum Theatre, 1973.
- Mack and Mabel, Majestic Theatre, 1974.
- Dreyfus in Rehearsal, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 1974.
- Very Good Eddy, Booth Theatre, 1975.
- Travesties, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 1975.
- The Misanthrope, St. James Theatre, 1975.
- Forty-Second Street, Winter Garden Theatre, 1980, then Majestic Theatre,1981, later St. James Theatre, 1987.
- I Won't Dance, Helen Hayes Theatre, 1981.
- Also produced The Red Devil Battery Sign.
Credits; MAJOR TOURS
- Forty-Second Street, U.S. and Canadian cities, 1983.
Credits; PRINCIPAL FILM WORK; PRODUCER
- Child's Play, Paramount, 1972.
- The Great Gatsby, Paramount, 1974.
- Semi-Tough, United Artists, 1977.
- Rough Cut, Paramount, 1980.
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