By Monica M. O'Donnell
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S. S. S. S. S. cities, 1985. AWARDS: Obie Award, 1975; Antoinette Perry Award and Outer Critics Circle Award, 1980; Drama Desk Award, 1981. ADDRESS: OFFICE—107 W. 86th Street, New York, NY 10024. PRINCIPAL STAGE WORK—Director: Coriolanus, Blithe Spirit, both Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Canada, 1981; Tartuffe, The Rivals, both Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Canada, 1982. BEDFORD, Brian TELEVISION DEBUT—1955. PRINCIPAL TELEVISION APPEARANCES—Winter set; The Judge and His Hangman; The Secret Thread; Tartuffe, 1984.
Daly's, NY, 1941; with the Town Hall Players, Newbury, MA, 1947; Eddie, The Wanhope Building, Princess, NY, 1947; A Sound of Hunting, Equity Library, NY, 1947; Sizzi, Lamp at Midnight, New Stages, NY, 1947; Murderer, Macbeth, National, NY, 1948; Merle, Sundown Beach, Belasco, NY, 1948; Ambulance Driver, The Closing Door, Empire, NY, 1949. SIDELIGHTS: MEMBERSHIPS—Actors' Equity Association. ADDRESS: HOME—17 Columbia Place, Brooklyn, NY 11201. , 229 W. 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036. Three Men on a Horse, Home of the Brave, A Letter from Harry, all 1949; Serving Man, The Liar, Broadhurst, NY, 1950; Man, The Rose Tattoo, Martin Beck, NY, \95\\CaminoReal, National, NY, 1953; Bernie Dodd, The Country Girl, Gangster, Detective Story, 1953; The Country Girl, Thirteen Clocks, both 1954; Son-in-law, Middle of the Night, ANTA, NY, 1956; Eddie Carbone, A View from the Bridge, La Jolla Playhouse, CA, 1958; The Iceman Cometh, Theatre Group, University of California, Los Angeles, 1961; Moe Smith, Nowhere to Go But Up, Winter Garden, NY, 1962; Jules Walker, The Porcelain Year, Locust, Philadelphia, PA, 1965.
LIGHTING DESIGN—Served as assistant to Tom Skelton, Ken Billington, John Gleason, and David Segal on such shows as Bad Habits, The Skin of Our Teeth, The King and I, A Streetcar Named Desire, and Lorelei, and at the American Shakespeare Festival and New Phoenix Repertory Company. , Vandamm, NY; Ruthie, The Desk Set, Equity Library, NY; Ensemble, The Tattler, New Dramatists, NY; Jan, The Art of Self-Defense, Manhattan Punch Line One-Acts, NY. Principal designer: The Lower Depths, Equity Library Theatre, 1969; Jeffrey II Company, 1970; Niagara Frontier Ballet, Buffalo, NY, 1970; Borstal Boy, Academy Playhouse, Lake Forest, IL, 1971.
Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television, Volume 2 by Monica M. O'Donnell