Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Kent Paul Biography (1936-)
Born December 30, 1936, in Beatrice, NE; son of Otto Emil (manager for a men's clothing store) and Evelyn Louise (systems analyst at a hospital for the mentally retarded; maiden name, Kuhn) Paul. Addresses: HOME--155 E. 93rdStreet, New York, NY 10128.
- Birth Details
- December 30, 1936
- Beatrice, Nebraska, United States
- STAGE DEBUT--Director, Mrs. Dally Has a Lover (one-act version), Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, 1966.
Credits; PRINCIPAL STAGE WORK; DIRECTOR
- Silent Night, Lonely Night and A Clearing in the Woods, Theatre of the Riverside Church, NY, 1966.
- Blythe Spirit, Barter Theatre, Abdingdon, VA, 1967.
- The Homecoming, Center Stage, Baltimore, MD, 1967.
- The Square (U.S.premiere), New York Shakespeare Festival, 1968.
- Fireworks (world premiere), Village South Theatre, NY, 1969.
- A Hatful of Rain, Equity Library Theatre, NY, 1969.
- Mary, Mary, Friars Dinner Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, 1970.
- The False Confessions, Equity Library Theatre, NY, 1970. (Assistant director) Mary Stuart, Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center, NY, 1971.
- The Lady's Not for Burning, Long Warf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1971.
- Forty Carats and Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, Woodstock Playhouse, Woodstock, NY, 1971.
- A Moon for the Misbegotten, Loeb Drama Center, Cambridge, MA, 1971.
- The Hunter, New York Shakespeare Festival, NY, 1972.
- Dear Antoine (U.S. premiere), Loeb Drama Center, 1972.
- Bound East for Cardiff, The Long Voyage Home, In the Zone andA Memory ofTwo Mondays, all at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, 1972.
- The Hostage, Duke University, Durham, NC, 1972.
- The Beaux Stratagem, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 1973.
- Studs Edsel (New York premiere), Ensemble Studio Theatre, NY, 1974.
- The Drapes Come, Theatre at Noon, NY, 1975.
- Anna Christie, Theatre by the Sea, Portsmouth, NH, 1975.
- Ah! Wilderness, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, 1976.
- Vanities, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, WI, 1976.
- Ladyhouse Blues, A Contemporary Theatre, Seattle, WA, 1976.
- Hedda Galber, Alliance Theatre, Atlanta, GA, 1976.
- Blithe Spirit, Cohoes Music Hall, Cohoes, NY, 1976.
- The Lion in Winter, Westchester Rockland Regional Theatre, NY, 1977.
- Our Town and Judas (first version), both at Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts, Santa Maria, CA, 1977.
- Judas (second version) and The Alcestiade (U.S. premiere), both at Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts Theaterfest, Solvang/Santa Maria, CA, 1978.
- The Days Between, Playhouse Repertory Company, NY, 1979.
- Peking Man, Center for Theatre Studies, Columbia University, NY, 1980.
- Death of a Salesman, Theatre by the Sea, Portsmouth, NH, 1980.
- Brecht on Brecht, American Jewish Theatre, 92nd Street YMHA, NY, 1981.
- Long Day's Journey into Night, National Theatre of Iceland, 1981.
- Journey to Gdansk (four short plays, U.S. premiere), Westside Mainstage,NY, 1981.
- A Streetcar Named Desire, Theatre by the Sea, Portsmouth, 1982.
- Accounts (U.S. premiere), Hudson Guild Theatre, NY, 1983.
- Tomorrow's Monday (New York premiere), Circle Repertory Company, NY, 1983.
- The Double Bass, New Theatre of Brooklyn, 1984.
- Miss Julie, Theatre of the Open Eye, NY, 1985.
- The Bone Ring (New York premiere), Theatre of the Open Eye, NY, 1986.
- Associate producer, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, 1964-66.
- producer, The Neighborhood Playhouse at Fifty: A Celebration, Shubert Theatre, NY, 1978.
Credits; PRINCIPAL STAGE APPEARANCES
- With the Champlain Shakespeare Festival, Burlington, VT, 1961.
- with the Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival, Lakewood, OH, 1962 and 1963.
Credits; PRINCIPAL FILM WORK
- Produced documentary, Sanford Meisner: The Theatre's Best Kept Secret, Columbia, 1984.
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