Gender
Male
Born
circa 1923
Rochester, New York, USA
Died
Oct 14, 2012
Sherman Oaks, California, USA
Stage Manager Director Producer Performer Theatre Owner/Operator Production Staff
Relations
Husband of
Debra Mooney (? - 2012) his death
Talley's Folly (Feb 20, 1980 - Nov 18, 1980)
  • Produced by Porter Van Zandt
PlayComedyOriginal
King Richard III (Jun 14, 1979 - Jul 15, 1979)
  • Associate Produced by Porter Van Zandt
  • Production Supervisor: Porter Van Zandt
PlayHistoryRevival
The Robber Bridegroom (Oct 09, 1976 - Feb 13, 1977)
  • Associate Produced by Porter Van Zandt
MusicalOriginal
The Three Sisters (Nov 04, 1975 - Nov 08, 1975)
  • Produced by The Acting Company (John Houseman, Artistic Director; Margot Harley, Producing Director; Porter Van Zandt, Executive Director)
  • Theatre Leased by The Acting Company (John Houseman, Artistic Director; Margot Harley, Producing Director; Porter Van Zandt, Executive Director)
PlayDramaRevival
The Time of Your Life (Oct 28, 1975 - Nov 01, 1975)
  • Produced by The Acting Company (John Houseman, Artistic Director; Margot Harley, Producing Director; Porter Van Zandt, Executive Director)
  • Theatre Leased by The Acting Company (John Houseman, Artistic Director; Margot Harley, Producing Director; Porter Van Zandt, Executive Director)
PlayComedyRevival
Edward II (Oct 21, 1975 - Oct 25, 1975)
  • Produced by The Acting Company (John Houseman, Artistic Director; Margot Harley, Producing Director; Porter Van Zandt, Executive Director)
  • Theatre Leased by The Acting Company (John Houseman, Artistic Director; Margot Harley, Producing Director; Porter Van Zandt, Executive Director)
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The Robber Bridegroom (Oct 07, 1975 - Oct 18, 1975)
  • Produced by The Acting Company (John Houseman, Artistic Director; Margot Harley, Producing Director; Porter Van Zandt, Executive Director)
  • Theatre Leased by The Acting Company (John Houseman, Artistic Director; Margot Harley, Producing Director; Porter Van Zandt, Executive Director)
MusicalOriginal
Next Time I'll Sing to You (Jan 02, 1974 - Jan 06, 1974)
  • Produced by City Center Acting Company (John Houseman, Artistic Director; Margot Harley, Producing Director; Porter Van Zandt, Executive Director)
PlayRevival
Scapin (Dec 28, 1973 - Dec 28, 1973)
  • Produced by City Center Acting Company (John Houseman, Artistic Director; Margot Harley, Producing Director; Porter Van Zandt, Executive Director)
PlayComedyRevival
Measure for Measure (Dec 26, 1973 - Jan 05, 1974)
  • Produced by City Center Acting Company (John Houseman, Artistic Director; Margot Harley, Producing Director; Porter Van Zandt, Executive Director)
PlayComedyRevival
The Beggar's Opera (Dec 22, 1973 - Dec 31, 1973)
  • Produced by City Center Acting Company (John Houseman, Artistic Director; Margot Harley, Producing Director; Porter Van Zandt, Executive Director)
MusicalDramaOperettaRevival
The Three Sisters (Dec 19, 1973 - Jan 11, 1974)
  • Produced by City Center Acting Company (John Houseman, Artistic Director; Margot Harley, Producing Director; Porter Van Zandt, Executive Director)
PlayDramaRevival
Georgy (Feb 26, 1970 - Feb 28, 1970)
  • Production Manager: Porter Van Zandt
MusicalOriginal
The Goodbye People (Dec 03, 1968 - Dec 07, 1968)
  • Production Supervisor: Porter Van Zandt
PlayOriginal
Brief Lives (Dec 18, 1967 - Dec 30, 1967)
  • Production Stage Manager: Porter Van Zandt
PlaySoloOriginal
Daphne in Cottage D (Oct 15, 1967 - Nov 18, 1967)
  • Associate Produced by Porter Van Zandt
PlayOriginal
A Warm Body (Apr 15, 1967 - Apr 15, 1967)
  • Directed by Porter Van Zandt
PlayOriginal
Wait Until Dark (Feb 02, 1966 - Dec 31, 1966)
  • Production Supervisor: Porter Van Zandt
PlayDramaOriginal
Xmas in Las Vegas (Nov 04, 1965 - Nov 06, 1965)
  • Production Stage Manager: Porter Van Zandt
PlayOriginal
Any Wednesday (Feb 18, 1964 - Jun 26, 1966)
  • Production Stage Manager: Porter Van Zandt
PlayComedyOriginal
Mother Courage and Her Children (Mar 28, 1963 - May 11, 1963)
  • Production Stage Manager: Porter Van Zandt
PlayOriginal
A Thousand Clowns (Apr 05, 1962 - Apr 13, 1963)
  • Production Stage Manager: Porter Van Zandt
PlayComedyOriginal
Gideon (Nov 09, 1961 - Jun 02, 1962)
  • Production Stage Manager: Porter Van Zandt
PlayOriginal
All the Way Home (Nov 30, 1960 - Sep 16, 1961)
  • Production Stage Manager: Porter Van Zandt
PlayDramaOriginal
The Miracle Worker (Oct 19, 1959 - Jul 01, 1961)
  • Production Stage Manager: Porter Van Zandt
PlayDramaOriginal
Two for the Seesaw (Jan 16, 1958 - Oct 31, 1959)
  • Production Stage Manager: Porter Van Zandt
PlayDramaOriginal
The Egghead (Oct 09, 1957 - Oct 26, 1957)
  • Production Stage Manager: Porter Van Zandt
PlayOriginal
Small War on Murray Hill (Jan 03, 1957 - Jan 12, 1957)
  • Stage Manager: Porter Van Zandt
PlayComedyOriginal
The Bad Seed (Dec 08, 1954 - Sep 27, 1955)
  • Production Stage Manager: Porter Van Zandt
PlayOriginal
Dial "M" for Murder (Oct 29, 1952 - Feb 27, 1954)
  • Stage Manager: Porter Van Zandt
  • Performer: Porter Van Zandt [Thompson]
PlayThriller Mystery DramaOriginal
King Richard II (Jan 24, 1951 - Feb 04, 1951)
  • Performer: Porter Van Zandt [Herald to Bolingbroke, Earl of Salisbury, Servant to Exton]
PlayHistoryRevival

Tony Award®

 

Best Play

1980 | Nominee  | Talley's Folly
Produced by Porter Van Zandt

Drama Desk Award

 

Outstanding New Play

1980 | Nominee  | Talley's Folly
Produced by Porter Van Zandt
 

Outstanding Musical/Book

1976 | Nominee  | The Robber Bridegroom
Produced by The Acting Company (John Houseman, Artistic Director; Margot Harley, Producing Director; Porter Van Zandt, Executive Director)
 

Unique Theatrical Experience

1976 | Nominee  | The Robber Bridegroom
Produced by The Acting Company (John Houseman, Artistic Director; Margot Harley, Producing Director; Porter Van Zandt, Executive Director)

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