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Austin Pendleton

Director, Performer
( b. Mar 27, 1940 Warren, Ohio, USA ) Male


Productions Date of Productions
The Diary of Anne Frank
[Play, Drama, Revival]
  • Starring: Austin Pendleton [Mr. Dussel]
Dec 04, 1997 - Jun 14, 1998
Grand Hotel
[Musical, Drama, Original]
  • Performer: Austin Pendleton
    • Otto Kringelein - Replacement
Nov 12, 1989 - Apr 25, 1992
Spoils of War
[Play, Original]
  • Directed by Austin Pendleton
Nov 10, 1988 - Dec 10, 1988
Doubles
[Play, Comedy, Original]
  • Starring: Austin Pendleton [Arnie]
May 08, 1985 - Jan 04, 1986
The Little Foxes
[Play, Drama, Revival]
  • Directed by Austin Pendleton
May 07, 1981 - Sep 05, 1981
John Gabriel Borkman
[Play, Drama, Revival]
  • Directed by Austin Pendleton
Dec 18, 1980 - Feb 08, 1981
The Runner Stumbles
[Play, Original]
  • Directed by Austin Pendleton
May 18, 1976 - Oct 30, 1978
Goodtime Charley
[Musical, Original]
  • Standby: Austin Pendleton [Charley]
Mar 03, 1975 - May 31, 1975
An American Millionaire
[Play, Original]
  • Starring: Austin Pendleton [Professer Bobby Rudetsky]
Apr 20, 1974 - May 05, 1974
Shelter
[Musical, Original]
  • Directed by Austin Pendleton
Feb 06, 1973 - Mar 03, 1973
The Little Foxes
[Play, Drama, Revival]
  • Performer: Austin Pendleton [Leo Hubbard]
Oct 26, 1967 - Jan 20, 1968
Hail Scrawdyke!
[Play, Original]
  • Performer: Austin Pendleton [Irwin Ingham]
Nov 28, 1966 - Dec 03, 1966
Fiddler on the Roof
[Musical, Comedy, Drama, Original]
  • Also Starring: Austin Pendleton [Motel]
Sep 22, 1964 - Jul 02, 1972
2007 Drama Desk Award Special Award
nominee Austin Pendleton (- a Renaissance man of the American theatre) [recipient]
1981 Tony Award® Best Direction of a Play
 The Little Foxes [nominee]
Directed by Austin Pendleton
1970 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Performance
winner Austin Pendleton (for "The Last Sweet Days of Isaac") [winner]
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