Gender
Male
Born
Nov 17, 1901
Budzanów, AUSTRIA-HUNGARY
Died
Feb 17, 1982
New York, New York, USA
Director Producer Theatre Owner/Operator Performer
Relations
Father of
Susan Strasberg
Father of
John Strasberg
Comments
Founding member of the Group Theatre.
  • CREDITS
    The Three Sisters (Jun 22, 1964 - Oct 03, 1964)
    • Directed by Lee Strasberg
    • Produced by The Actors Studio (Lee Strasberg: Artistic Director; Cheryl Crawford: Executive Producer; Roger L. Stevens: General Administrator)
    PlayDramaRevival
    Marathon '33 (Dec 22, 1963 - Feb 01, 1964)
    • Entire production under the supervision of Lee Strasberg
    PlayOriginal
    Strange Interlude (Mar 11, 1963 - Jun 29, 1963)
    • Produced by The Actors Studio (Lee Strasberg: Artistic Director; Cheryl Crawford: Executive Producer; Roger L. Stevens: General Administrator)
    • Theatre Owned / Operated by The Actors Studio (Lee Strasberg: Artistic Director; Cheryl Crawford: Executive Producer; Roger L. Stevens: General Administrator)
    PlayDramaRevival
    Peer Gynt (Jan 28, 1951 - Feb 24, 1951)
    • Staged by Lee Strasberg
    PlayRevival
    The Country Girl (Nov 10, 1950 - Jun 02, 1951)
    • Originally produced by Lee Strasberg
    PlayOriginal
    The Closing Door (Dec 01, 1949 - Dec 17, 1949)
    • Staged by Lee Strasberg
    PlayMelodramaOriginal
    The Big Knife (Feb 24, 1949 - May 28, 1949)
    • Directed by Lee Strasberg
    PlayOriginal
    Skipper Next to God (Jan 04, 1948 - Mar 27, 1948)
    • Directed by Lee Strasberg
    PlayOriginal
    South Pacific (Dec 29, 1943 - Jan 01, 1944)
    • Staged by Lee Strasberg
    PlayOriginal
    Apology (Mar 22, 1943 - Mar 26, 1943)
    • Produced by Lee Strasberg
    • Directed by Lee Strasberg
    PlayOriginal
    R. U. R. (Dec 03, 1942 - Dec 05, 1942)
    • Directed by Lee Strasberg
    PlayDramaRevival
    A Kiss for Cinderella (Mar 10, 1942 - Apr 18, 1942)
    • Staged by Lee Strasberg
    PlayRevival
    Clash by Night (Dec 27, 1941 - Feb 07, 1942)
    • Directed by Lee Strasberg
    PlayOriginal
    The Fifth Column (Mar 06, 1940 - May 18, 1940)
    • Staged by Lee Strasberg
    PlayDramaOriginal
    Night Music (Feb 22, 1940 - Mar 09, 1940)
    • Produced by The Group Theatre
    PlayDramaOriginal
    Summer Night (Nov 02, 1939 - Nov 04, 1939)
    • Staged by Lee Strasberg
    PlayDramaOriginal
    Awake and Sing! (Mar 07, 1939 - Apr 1939)
    • Produced by The Group Theatre
    PlayDramaRevival
    The Gentle People (Jan 05, 1939 - May 1939)
    • Produced by The Group Theatre
    PlayDramaOriginal
    Rocket to the Moon (Nov 24, 1938 - Mar 1939)
    • Produced by The Group Theatre
    PlayDramaOriginal
    Dance Night (Oct 14, 1938 - Oct 15, 1938)
    • Staged by Lee Strasberg
    PlayOriginal
    All the Living (Mar 24, 1938 - May 1938)
    • Staged by Lee Strasberg
    PlayDramaOriginal
    Casey Jones (Feb 19, 1938 - Mar 1938)
    • Produced by The Group Theatre
    PlayDramaOriginal
    Roosty (Feb 14, 1938 - Feb 1938)
    • Staged by Lee Strasberg
    PlayDramaOriginal
    Golden Boy (Nov 04, 1937 - Jun 1938)
    • Produced by The Group Theatre
    PlayDramaOriginal
    Many Mansions (Oct 27, 1937 - Mar 1938)
    • Staged by Lee Strasberg
    PlayDramaOriginal
    Johnny Johnson (Nov 19, 1936 - Jan 16, 1937)
    • Produced by The Group Theatre
    • Staged by Lee Strasberg
    PlayPlay with music ComedyOriginal
    Case of Clyde Griffiths (Mar 13, 1936 - Mar 1936)
    • Produced by The Group Theatre
    • Staged by Lee Strasberg
    PlayDramaOriginal
    Paradise Lost (Dec 09, 1935 - Feb 1936)
    • Produced by The Group Theatre
    PlayDramaOriginal
    Gold Eagle Guy (Nov 28, 1934 - Jan 1935)
    • Staged by Lee Strasberg
    PlayOriginal
    Gentlewoman (Mar 22, 1934 - Apr 1934)
    • Staged by Lee Strasberg
    PlayComedyOriginal
    Men in White (Sep 26, 1933 - Jul 1934)
    • Directed by Lee Strasberg
    • Produced by The Group Theatre
    PlayDramaOriginal
    Success Story (Sep 26, 1932 - Jan 1933)
    • Staged by Lee Strasberg
    PlayOriginal
    Night Over Taos (Mar 09, 1932 - Mar 1932)
    • Staged by Lee Strasberg
    PlayOriginal
    1931- (Dec 10, 1931 - Dec 1931)
    • Staged by Lee Strasberg
    PlayDramaOriginal
    The House of Connelly (Sep 28, 1931 - Nov 28, 1931)
    • Staged by Lee Strasberg
    PlayDramaOriginal
    Green Grow the Lilacs (Jan 26, 1931 - Mar 21, 1931)
    • Performer: Lee Strasberg [Peddler]
    PlayPlay with musicOriginal
    Red Rust (Dec 17, 1929 - Feb 1930)
    • Performer: Lee Strasberg [Pimples]
    PlayDramaOriginal
    The Vegetable (Apr 10, 1929 - Apr 1929)
    • Staged by Lee Strasberg
    PlaySatire FarceOriginal
    Four Walls (Sep 19, 1927 - Jan 1928)
    • Performer: Lee Strasberg [Nick]
    PlayOriginal
    The Chief Thing (Mar 22, 1926 - Apr 1926)
    • Performer: Lee Strasberg [A Prompter]
    PlayComedy DramaOriginal
    Garrick Gaieties (Jun 08, 1925 - Nov 28, 1925)
    • Performer: Lee Strasberg
    MusicalRevueOriginal
    Processional (Jan 12, 1925 - Mar 1925)
    • Performer: Lee Strasberg [First Soldier]
    PlayComedyOriginal
  • AWARDS

    Tony Award®

     

    Best Producer of a Play

    1963 | Nominee  | Strange Interlude
    Produced by The Actors Studio (Lee Strasberg: Artistic Director; Cheryl Crawford: Executive Producer; Roger L. Stevens: General Administrator)
The Three Sisters (Jun 22, 1964 - Oct 03, 1964)
  • Directed by Lee Strasberg
  • Produced by The Actors Studio (Lee Strasberg: Artistic Director; Cheryl Crawford: Executive Producer; Roger L. Stevens: General Administrator)
PlayDramaRevival
Marathon '33 (Dec 22, 1963 - Feb 01, 1964)
  • Entire production under the supervision of Lee Strasberg
PlayOriginal
Strange Interlude (Mar 11, 1963 - Jun 29, 1963)
  • Produced by The Actors Studio (Lee Strasberg: Artistic Director; Cheryl Crawford: Executive Producer; Roger L. Stevens: General Administrator)
  • Theatre Owned / Operated by The Actors Studio (Lee Strasberg: Artistic Director; Cheryl Crawford: Executive Producer; Roger L. Stevens: General Administrator)
PlayDramaRevival
Peer Gynt (Jan 28, 1951 - Feb 24, 1951)
  • Staged by Lee Strasberg
PlayRevival
The Country Girl (Nov 10, 1950 - Jun 02, 1951)
  • Originally produced by Lee Strasberg
PlayOriginal
The Closing Door (Dec 01, 1949 - Dec 17, 1949)
  • Staged by Lee Strasberg
PlayMelodramaOriginal
The Big Knife (Feb 24, 1949 - May 28, 1949)
  • Directed by Lee Strasberg
PlayOriginal
Skipper Next to God (Jan 04, 1948 - Mar 27, 1948)
  • Directed by Lee Strasberg
PlayOriginal
South Pacific (Dec 29, 1943 - Jan 01, 1944)
  • Staged by Lee Strasberg
PlayOriginal
Apology (Mar 22, 1943 - Mar 26, 1943)
  • Produced by Lee Strasberg
  • Directed by Lee Strasberg
PlayOriginal
R. U. R. (Dec 03, 1942 - Dec 05, 1942)
  • Directed by Lee Strasberg
PlayDramaRevival
A Kiss for Cinderella (Mar 10, 1942 - Apr 18, 1942)
  • Staged by Lee Strasberg
PlayRevival
Clash by Night (Dec 27, 1941 - Feb 07, 1942)
  • Directed by Lee Strasberg
PlayOriginal
The Fifth Column (Mar 06, 1940 - May 18, 1940)
  • Staged by Lee Strasberg
PlayDramaOriginal
Night Music (Feb 22, 1940 - Mar 09, 1940)
  • Produced by The Group Theatre
PlayDramaOriginal
Summer Night (Nov 02, 1939 - Nov 04, 1939)
  • Staged by Lee Strasberg
PlayDramaOriginal
Awake and Sing! (Mar 07, 1939 - Apr 1939)
  • Produced by The Group Theatre
PlayDramaRevival
The Gentle People (Jan 05, 1939 - May 1939)
  • Produced by The Group Theatre
PlayDramaOriginal
Rocket to the Moon (Nov 24, 1938 - Mar 1939)
  • Produced by The Group Theatre
PlayDramaOriginal
Dance Night (Oct 14, 1938 - Oct 15, 1938)
  • Staged by Lee Strasberg
PlayOriginal
All the Living (Mar 24, 1938 - May 1938)
  • Staged by Lee Strasberg
PlayDramaOriginal
Casey Jones (Feb 19, 1938 - Mar 1938)
  • Produced by The Group Theatre
PlayDramaOriginal
Roosty (Feb 14, 1938 - Feb 1938)
  • Staged by Lee Strasberg
PlayDramaOriginal
Golden Boy (Nov 04, 1937 - Jun 1938)
  • Produced by The Group Theatre
PlayDramaOriginal
Many Mansions (Oct 27, 1937 - Mar 1938)
  • Staged by Lee Strasberg
PlayDramaOriginal
Johnny Johnson (Nov 19, 1936 - Jan 16, 1937)
  • Produced by The Group Theatre
  • Staged by Lee Strasberg
PlayPlay with music ComedyOriginal
Case of Clyde Griffiths (Mar 13, 1936 - Mar 1936)
  • Produced by The Group Theatre
  • Staged by Lee Strasberg
PlayDramaOriginal
Paradise Lost (Dec 09, 1935 - Feb 1936)
  • Produced by The Group Theatre
PlayDramaOriginal
Gold Eagle Guy (Nov 28, 1934 - Jan 1935)
  • Staged by Lee Strasberg
PlayOriginal
Gentlewoman (Mar 22, 1934 - Apr 1934)
  • Staged by Lee Strasberg
PlayComedyOriginal
Men in White (Sep 26, 1933 - Jul 1934)
  • Directed by Lee Strasberg
  • Produced by The Group Theatre
PlayDramaOriginal
Success Story (Sep 26, 1932 - Jan 1933)
  • Staged by Lee Strasberg
PlayOriginal
Night Over Taos (Mar 09, 1932 - Mar 1932)
  • Staged by Lee Strasberg
PlayOriginal
1931- (Dec 10, 1931 - Dec 1931)
  • Staged by Lee Strasberg
PlayDramaOriginal
The House of Connelly (Sep 28, 1931 - Nov 28, 1931)
  • Staged by Lee Strasberg
PlayDramaOriginal
Green Grow the Lilacs (Jan 26, 1931 - Mar 21, 1931)
  • Performer: Lee Strasberg [Peddler]
PlayPlay with musicOriginal
Red Rust (Dec 17, 1929 - Feb 1930)
  • Performer: Lee Strasberg [Pimples]
PlayDramaOriginal
The Vegetable (Apr 10, 1929 - Apr 1929)
  • Staged by Lee Strasberg
PlaySatire FarceOriginal
Four Walls (Sep 19, 1927 - Jan 1928)
  • Performer: Lee Strasberg [Nick]
PlayOriginal
The Chief Thing (Mar 22, 1926 - Apr 1926)
  • Performer: Lee Strasberg [A Prompter]
PlayComedy DramaOriginal
Garrick Gaieties (Jun 08, 1925 - Nov 28, 1925)
  • Performer: Lee Strasberg
MusicalRevueOriginal
Processional (Jan 12, 1925 - Mar 1925)
  • Performer: Lee Strasberg [First Soldier]
PlayComedyOriginal

Tony Award®

 

Best Producer of a Play

1963 | Nominee  | Strange Interlude
Produced by The Actors Studio (Lee Strasberg: Artistic Director; Cheryl Crawford: Executive Producer; Roger L. Stevens: General Administrator)

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