Lighting Design on Broadway: Designers and Their Credits, 1915-1990

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Index of Plays
The plays in this index can be found listed under the lighting designer's name in the main portion of the text.
10 Per Cent'27: DuWico
110 Degrees in the Shade'63: Harvey, John
12,000'28: Ack Only
13 Rue De l'Amour'78: McLain, John
13 Washington Square'15: Ack Only
13th Chair, The'16: Ack Only
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue'76: Musser, Tharon
1776'69: Mielziner, Jo
1931-'31: Ack Only
2 Girls Wanted'26: Ack Only
20th Century'32: Ack Only
$25.00 an Hour'33: Ack Only
2×2=5'27: Ack Only
3 for Tonight'55: Ack Only
3 Penny Opera'89: Phillips, Andy;
39 East'19: Ack Only Nason, Brian
42nd Street'80: Musser, Tharon
'57 Bowery'28: Ack Only
7 French Plays (Including l'Avare)'24: Ack Only
70, Girls, 70'71: Randolph, Robert
84 Charing Cross Road'82: Weiss, Marc B.
90 Horse Power'26: Ack Only
90 in the Shade'15: Ack Only
Abbey Theatre Irish Players'32: Ack Only
Abbey Theatre Players in Repertory'34: Ack Only
Abbey Theatre Players'37: Ack Only
Abe and Mawruss'15: Ack Only
Abelard and Heloise'71: Poindexter, H.R.
Abie's Irish Rose'22: Ack Only
Abie's Irish Rose'54: Morrison, Paul
Abraham Cochrane'64: O'Hearn, Robert
Abraham Lincoln'19: Ack Only
Absence of a Cello'64: Ritman, William
Absurd Person Singular'74: Skelton, Thomas
Accidental Death of An Anarchist'84: Hughes, Allen Lee
According to Law'44: Kerz, Leo
Accused'25: Hartmann, Louis
Achilles had a Heel'35: Ack Only
Acquittal, The'20: Ack Only
Act, The'77: Musser, Tharon
Ada Beats the Drum'30: Ack Only
Adam and Eva'19: Ack Only
Adam's Apple'29: Ack Only
Adam's Wife'31: Ack Only
Admirable Crichton, The'31: Gzeshoff, Anthony
Adrienne'23: Greshoff, Anthony
Adventure of Lady Ursula, The'15: Ack Only
Adventurous Age, The'27: Greshoff, Anthony
Advertising of Kate, The'22: Ack Only
Advise and Consent'60: Holm, Klaus
Advocate, The'63: Alswang, Ralph
Affair of Honor'56: Alswang, Ralph
Affair, The'62: Elder, Eldon
Affairs of State'50: Morrison, Paul
Africana'27: Ack Only
After Such Pleasures'34: Ack Only
After the Rain'67: Musser, Tharon
After Tomorrow'31: Ack Only
Agatha Sue, I Love You'66: Eckart, William and Jean
Ages of Man'58: Edwards, Ben
Agnes of God'82: Morgan, Roger
Ah, Wilderness!'88: Tipton, Jennifer
Ah, Wilderness'41: Winckler, E. Carlton
Ah, Wilderness'75: Wallace, Ronald
Ain't Misbehavin'178: Collins, Pat

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Designers and Their Credits 3
  • Appendix 1: The Tony Awards 105
  • Appendix 2: The Maharam Awards 109
  • Appendix 3: The American Theatre Wing Design Awards 111
  • Selected Bibliography 113
  • Index of Plays 115
  • About the Author 161
  • Recent Titles in Bibliographies and Indexes in the Performing Arts 163
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