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Who is Albert Marre?
Albert Marre was an American stage director and producer.
- also known as Albert Eliot Moshinsky
- born on (91 years ago) in New York City
- nationality: United States of America
- education: Oberlin College
- profession: Theatre director, actor, theatrical producer
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- died on in Manhattan
- some of the nominations and awards:
- nominated to Tony Award for Best Director - "The Chalk Garden"
- nominated to Tony Award for Best Direction of a Musical - "Man of La Mancha"
- Tony Award for Best Direction of a Musical - "Man of La Mancha"
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by Mark A. Robinson
Theater: ANTA Washington Square Theatre, 2,328 performances Music: Mitch Leigh Lyrics: Joe Darion Book: Dale Wasserman Director: Albert Marre Choreographer: Jack ...
by Jerry Roberts
ALBERT MARRE b. Albert Moshinski, September 20, 1925, New York City Buick- Electra Playhouse: The Gambler, the Nun and the Radio (1960, co-directed with James B. Clark) Marre won a Tony Award for best director for Man of La Mancha ...
1930-2010 by James Fisher
Others, including Joseph Anthony, José Ferrer, Gerald Freedman, Joseph Hardy, Albert Marre, Jack O'Brien, Ellis Rabb, Mel Shapiro, Edwin Sherin, Daniel Sullivan, David Wheeler, and Garland Wright, demonstrated versatility, moving ...
Encyclopedia of the Sixties (2011)
A Decade of Culture and Counterculture by Abbe A. Debolt, James S. Baugess
and Best Direction (Albert Marre). It has been revived four times on ...
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