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Robert H. Livingston

Director, Writer
( d. Jan 04, 2015 ) Male

A force of nature, a complicated and charming man with a big personality and multiple talents. Theatrical director and gifted craftsman. Owner of The Craftsmen of New York, he custom-built beautiful and elegant kitchens, libraries, and entertainment centers for New Yorkers since 1963. As Adaptor and Director of the off-Broadway show, The Me Nobody Knows, he received two Tony nominations, and went on to conceive, adapt, and direct Taking My Turn, which received a Drama Desk nomination for the Best Musical of 1984. For television, he directed "All in the Family" and the first episodes of Maude. Bob was the "Mayor" of West 39th Street, where his business is located; the "Father" of his residential building where he served on the Board for more than 30 years; an incredibly loyal and endearing friend; and a mentor and source of inspiration to many. Ruth, Bob's wife of 27 years, adored him, as did nephew Adam and dear friends Mike and Kathryn, among others. We miss his spirit and high energy profoundly.

Source: New York Times Obituary

ProductionsDate of Productions
Something Old, Something New
[Play, Comedy, Original]
  • Directed by Robert H. Livingston
Jan 01, 1977 - Jan 01, 1977
The Selling of the President
[Musical, Original]
  • Directed by Robert H. Livingston
Mar 22, 1972 - Mar 25, 1972
The Me Nobody Knows
[Musical, Original]
  • Directed by Robert H. Livingston
  • Adapted by Robert H. Livingston
Dec 18, 1970 - Nov 14, 1971
1971 Tony Award® Best Book of a Musical
The Me Nobody Knows [nominee]
Book by Robert H. Livingston
1971 Tony Award® Best Direction of a Musical
The Me Nobody Knows [nominee]
Directed by Robert H. Livingston
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