ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST | 1995
ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST | 1995

Production History 1990s

Season 1999-2000

  1. Pal Joey

    September 9 - October 10

    Book by John O'Hara, music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart; directed by Albert Takazauckas | Co-produced by Allegro Theatre Company

  2. Spring Storm | World Premiere

    November 11 - December 19

    By Tennessee Williams; directed by Lee Sankowich

  3. Mister Schpill and Mister Tippeton | US Premiere

    January 13 - February 13

    By Gilles Ségal; translated by Sarah O'Connor; directed by Lee Sankowich

  4. Candida

    March 9 - April 9

    By George Bernard Shaw; directed by Amy Glazer

  5. The Woman in Black

    May 4 - June 4

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt, based on novel by Susan Hill; directed by Lee Sankowich

Season 1998-1999

  1. Bleacher Bums

    September 17 - October 18

    Written and conceived by Joe Mantegna and Organic Theatre Company, directed by Lee Sankowich

  2. Blood Knot

    November 12 - December 13

    By Athol Fugard; directed by Russell Vandenbroucke

  3. The Puppetmaster of Lodz

    January 14 - February 14

    By Gilles Ségal; translated by Sarah O'Connor; directed by Lee Sankowich

  4. Mere Mortals

    March 11 - April 11

    By David Ives; directed by Albert Takazauckas

  5. Cowgirls

    May 6 - June 6

    Book by Betsy Howie, music and lyrics by Mary Murffit; directed by Eleanor Reissa

Season 1997-1998

  1. Company

    September 18 - October 19

    Book by George Furth, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; directed by Albert Takazauckas

  2.  Molly Sweeney

    November 12 - December 14

    By Brian Friel; directed by Lee Sankowich

  3. The Turn of the Screw

    January 8 - February 8

    Adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher, original story by Henry James; directed by Lee Sankowich

  4. The History of America (Abridged) and The Bible: The Complete Word of God (Abridged)

    February 26 - March 29

    Created and directed by the Reduced Shakespeare Company

  5. The Real Thing

    April 23 - May 24

    By Tom Stoppard; directed by Lee Sankowich

Season 1996-1997

  1. Becket, or the Honor of God

    September 19 - October 20

    By Jean Anouilh, translated by Lucienne Hill; directed by Lee Sankowich

  2. The Old Lady’s Guide to Survival

    November 14 - December 15

    By Mayo Simon; directed by Lee Sankowich

  3. Emma’s Child

    January 9 - February 9

    By Kristine Thatcher; directed by Bob McCracken

  4. The Lay of the Land

    March 13 - April 13

    By Mel Shapiro; directed by Lee Sankowich

  5. Avenue X

    May 1 - June 1

    Book and lyrics by John Jiler, music by Ray Leslee; directed by Eleanor Reissa

Season 1995-1996

  1. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

    September 21 - October 22

    Adapted by Dale Wasserman; original novel by Ken Kesey; directed by Lee Sankowich

  2. From the Mississippi Delta

    November 9 - December 10

    By Dr. Endesha Ida Mae Holland; directed by Tazewell Thompson

  3. Kindertransport

    January 11 - February 11

    By Diane Samuels; directed by Lee Sankowich

  4. All in the Timing: Six One-Act Comedies (Sure Thing; Words, Words, Words; The Universal Language; Philip Glass Buys a Loaf of Bread; The Philadelphia; Variations on the Death of Trotsky)

    March 7 - April 7

    By David Ives; directed by Albert Takazauckas

  5. Picnic

    May 2 - June 2

    By William Inge; directed by Danny Scheie

Season 1994-1995

  1. Wilder, Wilder, Wilder: Three Plays by Thornton Wilder

    September 22 - October 23

    By Thornton Wilder; directed by Albert Takazauckas

  2. Michael, Margaret, Pat and Kate: A Musical Reminiscence

    November 10 - December 11

    Book by Peter Glazer and Michael Smith, music and lyrics by Michael Smith; directed by Peter Glazer

  3. Keely and Du

    January 12 - February 12

    By Martin Jane; directed by Lee Sankowich

  4. The Art of Dining

    March 2 - April 2

    By Tina Howe; directed by Hope Alexander-Willis

  5. A Perfect Ganesh

    April 27 - May 28

    By Terrence McNally; directed by Lee Sankowich

Season 1993-1994

  1. Shadowlands

    September 16 - October 17

    By Wiliam Nicholson; directed by Lee Sankowich

  2. Inspecting Carol

    November 4 - December 5

    By Daniel Sullivan and the Seattle Repertory Theatre; directed by WIll Huddleston

  3. The Sum of Us

    January 13 - February 13

    By David Stevens; directed by David Ford

  4. The Loman Family Picnic

    March 3 - April 4

    By Donald Margulies; directed by Lee Sankowich

  5. Lips Together, Teeth Apart

    April 28 - May 29

    By Terrence McNally; directed by Lee Sankowich

Season 1992-1993

  1. The Women

    September 17 - October 18

    By Clare Boothe Luce; directed by Lee Sankowich

  2. Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill

    November 5 - December 6

    By Lanie Robertson; directed by Danny Duncan

  3. A Shayna Maidel

    January 14 - February 14

    By Barbara Lebow; directed by Lee Sankowich

  4. Lend Me a Tenor

    March 4 - April 4

    By Ken Ludwig; directed by Albert Takazauckas

  5. The Price

    April 29 - May 30

    By Arthur Miller; directed by Richard Rossi

  6. Side by Side by Sondheim: A Musical Entertainment

    August 5 - August 29

    Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, continuity by Ned Sherrin; directed and choreographed by Randal K. West

Season 1991-1992

  1. Let Me Sing and I'm Happy: An Evening of Gershwin, Berlin, and Kern

    September 19 - October 20

    Created by Donna McKechnie, Teri Ralston, and Tucker Smith; directed by Alan Johnson

  2. Cobb

    November 7 - December 8

    By Lee Blessing; directed by Lee Sankowich

  3. Born Yesterday

    January 16 - February 16

    By Garson Kanin; directed by Richard Seyd

  4. A Dream of Wealth | World Premiere

    March 5 - April 5

    By Arthur Giron; directed by Lee Sankowich

  5. Arms and the Man

    April 30 - May 31

    By George Bernard Shaw; directed by Barbara Damashek

Season 1990-1991

  1. Lemon Sky

    September 11 - October 14

    By Lanford Wilson; directed by Lee Sankowich

  2. Passion

    October 30 - December 2

    By Peter Nichols; directed by Kenn Watt

  3. Orphans

    January 15 - February 17

    By Lyle Kessler; directed by Robert Elross

  4. The Middle Ages

    March 5 - April 7

    By A.R. Gurney Jr.; directed by Will Marchetti

  5. And a Nightingale Sang

    April 23 - May 26

    By C.P. Taylor; directed by Lee Sankowich

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