History

1975 to 1999

Fully Committed

1999

by Becky Mode
directed by Nicholas Martin
with Mark Setlock; followed by Roger Bart, then Christopher Fitzgerald


Stars In Your Eyes

1999

book, music and lyrics by Chip Meyrelles
directed by Gabriel Barre
with John Braden, David M. Lutkin, Heather Mac Rae, Christa Moore, Christy Carlson Romano, James Stovall and Barbara Walsh


Beautiful Thing

1999

by Jonathan Harvey
directed by Gary Griffin
with Susan Bennett, Kurt Brockner, Daniel Eric Gold, Kirsten Sahs and Matt Stinton
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Black Humor: The Comedy of Lewis Black

1998

directed by Mark Linn-Baker
produced by Cherry Lane Theatre Company
with Lewis Black

Drama Desk Nomination for Outstanding Solo Performance


In-Betweens

1997

by Bryan Goluboff
directed by Dante Albertie
produced by Evangeline Morphos, Judith Resnick, Joan and Richard Firestone, Frederick M. Zollo and Mara Gibbs
with Carolyn Baeumler, Tony Cucci, Mark Hutchinson and Andrew Miller
 


Tell-Tale

1997

by Erik Jackson


The New Bozena: Winter Is the Coldest Season

1996

Written and performed by David Costabile, Michael Dahlen and Kevin Isola
directed by Rainn Wilson


Trophies

1995

by John Wooten
directed by John Galley
produced by Andrew C. McGibbon and Steven M. Levy
with Mark Gush, Ward Duffy, John Henry Cox, Janet Nell Catt, Mark Irish and Christen Tassin


Fortune’s Fools

1995

by Frederick Stroppel
directed by John Rando
produced by Stewart F. Lane
with Marissa Chibas, Dorrie Joiner, Danton Stone & Tuc Watkins


Inside Out

1994

music by Adryan Russ
lyrics by Doug Haverty and Adryan Russ
book by Doug Haverty
directed by Henry Fonte
produced by Marc Routh, Richard Frankel, Randy Kelly, Carol Ostrow, George Tunick,
Margot Ross London and Prima K. Stephen
with Ann Crumb, Harriett D. Foy and Kathleen Mahony-Bennett


Blown Sideways Through Life

1994

written and performed by Claudia Shear


Lypsinka…A Day In The Life

1993

written and performed by John Epperson


Hauptman

1992

Nothing


Bubbe Meises

1992

by Ellen Gould & Holly Gewandter
directed by Gloria Muzio
produced by Richard Frankel, Paragon Productions and Renee Blau


Hauptman

1992

by John Logan


Brilliant Traces

1989

by Cindy Lou Johnson
directed by Terry Kinney
produced by the Circle Repertory Company
with Joan Cusack and Kevin Anderson


The Sum of Us

1989

by David Stevens
directed by Kevin Dowling


Closer Than Ever

1989

music by David Shire
book by Richard Maltby, Jr.
with Brent Barrett, Sally Mayes, Ruchard Muenz and Lynne Winterstellar
directed by Richard Maltby, Jr. and Steven Scott Smith
musical direction by Patrick S. Brady


S.J. Perelman

1989

by Bob Shanks


The No-Frills Revue

1987

sketches, music and lyrics mostly by (in alphabetical order) Michael Abbott, Douglas Bernstein and Denis Markell, Craig Carnelia, Martin Charnin, David Finkle and Sally Fay, Ronny Graham, Marvin Hamlisch, Brian Lasser, Michael Leeds, Thomas Meeham, Bill Weeden, Sarah Weeks.
dialogue and segues by Martin Charnin, Douglas Bernstein and Denis Markell.
entire production conceived and originally directed by Martin Charnin


English Mint

1987

by Marguerite Duras


Sweethearts

1986

music by Victor Herbert
lyrics by Robert B. Smith
original book by Harry R. Smith and Fred de Gresac
produced by New York City Light Opera
with Mary Setrakian, Sally Jo Ries, Andrea Calarco, Theresa Hudson, Cindy Lee Fairfield


Nunsense

1985

written and directed by Dan Goggin
produced by The Nunsense Theatrical Company, Joseph Hoesl and Bill Crowder
with Christine Anderson, Vicki Belmonte, Semina DeLaurentis, Marilyn Farina and Suzi Winson

Nunsense was revived by Cherry Lane Theatre in 2010 as part of our Heritage Series.


True West

1982

by Sam Shepard
directed by Gary Sinise
with Gary Sinise & John Malkovich
then later with Randy and Dennis Quaid

John Malkovich won an Obie and the Clarence Derwent Award from most promising male actor in New York City.


Entertaining Mr. Sloane

1981

by Joe Orton
directed by John Tillinger
with Maxwell Caulfield, Joe Maher, Barbara Bryne, and Gwyllum Evans


Album

1980

by David Rimmer
produced by Gene Persson, Richard S. Bright and John Loesser, in association with Twentieth Century Fox Productions (and by special arrangement with WPA Theatre)
with Kevin Bacon, Jenny Wright, Jan Leslie Harding, and Keith Gordon
directed by Joan Micklin Silver


Woody Guthrie

1979

directed by George Boyd
produced by Harold Leventhal & Michael Diamond


Passion of Dracula

1977

by Bob Hall & David Richmond
directed by Peter Bennett
produced by Robert Hall, Eric Krebs and David Richmond
with Brian Bell, Christopher Bernau, Michael Burg, Samuel Maupin, K. Lype O’Dell,
Giulia Pagano, Elliott Vileen, Alice White and K. C. Wilson


I Was Sitting On My Patio This Guy Appeared I Though I Was Hallucinating

1977

by Robert Wilson
with Robert Wilson & Lucinda Childs


Duck Variations

1976

by David Mamet
directed by Albert Takazauchas
produced by Larry Goosen and Jeffrey Wachtel
with F. Murray Abraham, Peter Riegert, Michael Egan and Michael Kellin


Sexual Perversity in Chicago

1976

by David Mamet
directed by Albert Takazauchas
produced by Larry Goosen and Jeffrey Wachtel
with F. Murray Abraham, Peter Riegert, Gina Rogers and Jane Anderson


Blasts and Bravos: An Evening with H.L. Mencken

1975

adapted by Paul Shyre


Hustlers

1975

by A. J. Kronengold