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Austin Pendleton

Austin Pendleton

Austin Pendleton has written three plays: Booth, Uncle Bob, and Orson's Shadow. All three have been produced in New York: Booth at the York Theatre, starring Frank Langella and directed by David Schweizer; Uncle Bob at the Mint Theatre, directed by Kelly Morgan (with a revival at the Soho Playhouse in 2001, which, like the original production, starred George Morfogen); and Orson's Shadow at the Barrow Street Theatre, where it played for a year in a production directed by David Cromer, with a cast most of whom had played it in its premiere production at the Steppenwolf Theatre. All these plays have been done extensively elsewhere, Uncle Bob internationally. Recently the musical A Minister's Wife (adapted from Shaw's Candida), with music by Josh Schmidt, lyrics by Jan Tranen and book by Mr. Pendleton opened at Writers' Theatre in the Chicago area to great acclaim. Mr. Pendleton is also an actor and a director, and teaches acting at New York's HB Studio.


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