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William Repicci

William Repicci

William Repicci is the co-author of Swingtime Canteen with Linda Thorsen Bond and Charles Busch. He has produced and general managed over thirty-five plays and musicals on Broadway, Off-Broadway, touring, and in London. Managing Director of theatre companies to include: Tony Award Winning National Theatre of the Deaf, ArcLight Theatre Company, New Mercury Players. Producing credits include: Apartheid drama Jodie’s Body (New York/London, published in Best Plays of 1999, Drama Desk Nomination, co-produced with Julian Schlossberg and Gloria Steinem); Squonk:BigSmörgåsbørdWünderWerk (Broadway, winner of American Theatre Wing design award); and Swingtime Canteen with over 300 productions to date. Other producing credits include: Jules Feiffer's Carnal Knowledge, The Talk of the Town, Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson's Tennessee Williams Remembered, Charles Busch's Red Scare of Sunset. Michel Trembley's Hosanna, John Ford Noonan's Talking Things Over with Chekhov, The Passion of Frida Kahlo, Kathryn Grody's A Mom's Life, F. Murray Abraham in It's My Party, John Glines' On Tina Tuna Walk, Anthony Bruno's Soul Survivor, and Robert Patrick's Untold Decades. Mr. Repicci produced and wrote the jazz documentary, The Ladies of Grove Street, broadcast on PBS. He also produced the cast recording for Swingtime Canteen.


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