David Mamet

Details
David Mamet’s plays include: The Old Neighborhood, Oleanna, Glengarry Glen Ross (1984 Pulitzer Prize and New York Drama Critics Award), American Buffalo, A Life In The Theater, Speed the Plow, Edmond, Lakeboat, The Water Engine, The Woods, Sexual Perversity in Chicago, Reunion, and The Cryptogram (1995 Obie Award), Boston Marriage. Translations and adaptions: Red River by Pierre Laville and The Cherry Orchard, Three Sisters and Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekov. Essays: Writing in Restaurants, Some Freaks, The Cabin, Make-Believe Town, Three Uses of the Knife, True and False. Screenplays: The Postman Always Rings Twice, The Verdict, The Untouchables, House of Games, Homicide, The Spanish Prisoner, Hoffa, Wag the Dog, The Edge, The Winslow Boy, State and Main. Novels: The Village, The Old Religion and Wilson.
 
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Credits

Author
Production Theatre Opened Credit
1 The Penitent Linda Gross Theater 02/27/2017 Playwright
2 Two Unrelated Plays by David Mamet: Keep Your Pantheon and School Linda Gross Theater 09/30/2009 Playwright
3 The Voysey Inheritance Linda Gross Theater 12/06/2006 Adaptation
4 Romance Linda Gross Theater 03/01/2005 Playwright
5 Boston Marriage Joseph Papp Public Theater/Martinson Theater 11/20/2002 Playwright
6 American Buffalo Linda Gross Theater 03/16/2000 Playwright
7 Sexual Perversity in Chicago/The Duck Variations Linda Gross Theater 01/12/2000 Author
8 Sexual Perversity in Chicago/The Duck Variations Linda Gross Theater 01/12/2000 Playwright
9 The Water Engine / Mr. Happiness Linda Gross Theater 10/20/1999 Playwright
10 Edmond Linda Gross Theater 10/01/1996 Playwright
11 The Cryptogram Westside Theatre (Upstairs) 03/28/1995 Playwright
12 Death Defying Acts Variety Arts Theatre 03/06/1995 Playwright
13 Oleanna Orpheum Theatre 10/03/1992 Playwright
14 A Life in the Theatre Jewish Repertory Theatre 02/08/1992 Playwright
15 Reunion Linda Gross Theater 10/25/1991 Playwright
16 Three Sisters Linda Gross Theater 04/12/1991 Adaptation
17 Bobby Gould in Hell Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater 11/27/1989 Playwright
18 Urban Blight New York City Center-Stage I 05/18/1988 Book
19 Orchards Lucille Lortel Theatre 04/22/1986 Adaptation
20 Prairie du Chien and The Shawl Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater 12/23/1985 Playwright
21 Edmond Provincetown Playhouse 10/27/1982 Playwright
22 The Woods Second Stage - Park Royal 05/16/1982 Playwright
23 American Buffalo Circle in the Square Downtown 06/03/1981 Playwright
24 Reunion Circle Theatre 10/18/1979 Playwright
25 The Woods Joseph Papp Public Theater/Newman Theater 04/25/1979 Playwright
26 Duck Variations American Place Theatre 04/16/1978 Playwright
27 The Water Engine Joseph Papp Public Theater/Martinson Theater 12/20/1977 Playwright
28 A Life in the Theatre Lucille Lortel Theatre 10/20/1977 Playwright
29 Sexual Perversity in Chicago/The Duck Variations Cherry Lane Theatre 06/16/1976 Playwright
30 American Buffalo Theater at St. Clement's Church 01/26/1976 Playwright

Director
Production Theatre Opened Credit
1 Ricky Jay: On the Stem Second Stage Theatre 05/02/2002 Director
2 Dangerous Corner Linda Gross Theater 09/30/1995 Director
3 The Cryptogram Westside Theatre (Upstairs) 03/28/1995 Director
4 Ricky Jay & His 52 Assistants McGinn-Cazale Theatre 01/25/1994 Director
5 Oleanna Orpheum Theatre 10/03/1992 Director
6 Reunion Circle Theatre 10/18/1979 Director
Awards
Award Production
1 WON 1977 Drama Critics' Circle Award, Best American Play American Buffalo Playwright
2 WON 1983 Obie Award, Playwriting Edmond Playwright
3 WON 1976 Obie Award, Best New American Play Sexual Perversity in Chicago/The Duck Variations Playwright
4 WON 1995 Obie Award, Best Play The Cryptogram Playwright
5 NOMINATED 2007 Lucille Lortel Award Nomination, Outstanding Revival The Voysey Inheritance Adaptation