John Guare

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John Guare received the Obie, the New York Drama Critics Circle Award and Tony nominations for House of Blue Leaves and Six Degrees of Separation, which also won the Olivier Award for Best Play. He won a Tony for his libretto to Two Gentlemen of Verona, which also won the Tony as Best Musical of 1972. His screenplay for Louis Malle's Atlantic City earned him an Oscar nomination. Signature Theatre devoted its 1998-99 season to his work, including the premiere of Lake Hollywood. Signature will present his latest play, A Few Stout Individuals, in May 2002. He's a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the Theatre Hall of Fame, is currently a vice president of PEN/America, co- edits the Lincoln Center Theater Review and is a council member of the Dramatists Guild. He is married to Adele Chatfield-Taylor, president of the American Academy in Rome.
 
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Credits

Author
Production Theatre Opened Credit
1 Desire 59E59 Theater A 09/10/2015 Playwright
2 3 Kinds of Exile Linda Gross Theater 06/11/2013 Playwright
3 Landscape of the Body Peter Norton Space 04/16/2006 Playwright
4 Landscape of the Body Peter Norton Space 04/16/2006 Songs
5 Two Gentlemen of Verona Delacorte Theater 08/28/2005 Book
6 Two Gentlemen of Verona Delacorte Theater 08/28/2005 Lyricist
7 Two Gentlemen of Verona Delacorte Theater 08/28/2005 Adaptation
8 A Few Stout Individuals Peter Norton Space 05/12/2002 Playwright
9 Chaucer in Rome Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater 06/07/2001 Playwright
10 Lydie Breeze, Parts I & II New York Theatre Workshop 05/04/2000 Playwright
11 Lake Hollywood Peter Norton Space 04/29/1999 Playwright
12 Bosoms and Neglect Peter Norton Space 12/01/1998 Playwright
13 Marco Polo Sings a Solo Peter Norton Space 09/15/1998 Playwright
14 Love's Fire: Fresh Numbers by Seven American Playwrights Joseph Papp Public Theater/Newman Theater 06/22/1998 Playwright
15 Six Degrees of Separation Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater 06/14/1990 Playwright
16 Orchards Lucille Lortel Theatre 04/22/1986 Adaptation
17 The House of Blue Leaves Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater 03/19/1986 Playwright
18 Landscape of the Body McGinn-Cazale Theatre 04/19/1984 Playwright
19 Landscape of the Body McGinn-Cazale Theatre 04/19/1984 Songs
20 Gardenia Stage 73 04/13/1982 Playwright
21 Lydie Breeze American Place Theatre 02/25/1982 Playwright
22 The One Act Play Festival Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater 03/05/1981 Playwright
23 Landscape of the Body Joseph Papp Public Theater/Newman Theater 09/27/1977 Playwright
24 Landscape of the Body Joseph Papp Public Theater/Newman Theater 09/27/1977 Composer
25 Marco Polo Sings a Solo Joseph Papp Public Theater/Newman Theater 01/12/1977 Playwright
26 Rich and Famous Joseph Papp Public Theater/Newman Theater 01/13/1976 Book
27 Rich and Famous Joseph Papp Public Theater/Newman Theater 01/13/1976 Lyricist
28 Rich and Famous Joseph Papp Public Theater/Newman Theater 01/13/1976 Composer
29 Two Gentlemen of Verona Delacorte Theater 07/22/1971 Lyricist
30 Two Gentlemen of Verona Delacorte Theater 07/22/1971 Adaptation
31 The House of Blue Leaves Truck and Warehouse Theater 02/10/1971 Playwright
32 The House of Blue Leaves Truck and Warehouse Theater 02/10/1971 Songs
33 Muzeeka/ Red Cross Provincetown Playhouse 04/28/1968 Playwright

Actor
Production Theatre Opened Credit
1 3 Kinds of Exile Linda Gross Theater 06/11/2013 A / Elzbieta Erased

Director
Production Theatre Opened Credit
1 The One Act Play Festival Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater 03/05/1981 Director

Designer
Production Theatre Opened Credit
1 Landscape of the Body Joseph Papp Public Theater/Newman Theater 09/27/1977 Costume Designer
Awards
Award Production
1 NOMINATED 2007 Lucille Lortel Award Nomination, Outstanding Revival Landscape of the Body Playwright
2 WON 1990-1991 OBIE Award for Playwriting 1991 Drama Critics' Circle Award, Best Play Six Degrees of Separation Playwright
3 WON 1971 Obie Award, Best American Play The House of Blue Leaves Playwright
4 WON 1986 Drama Desk Award, Outstanding Revival of a Play The House of Blue Leaves Playwright
5 WON 1972 Drama Critics' Circle Award, Best Musical Two Gentlemen of Verona Adaptation