Gender
Male
Born
circa 1928
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Died
May 06, 1984
New York, New York, USA
Designer Production Staff Production Crew
The Corn Is Green (Aug 22, 1983 - Sep 18, 1983)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayDramaRevival
The Supporting Cast (Aug 06, 1981 - Sep 05, 1981)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal
Lolita (Mar 19, 1981 - Mar 28, 1981)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayDramaOriginal
Onward Victoria (Dec 14, 1980 - Dec 14, 1980)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
MusicalOriginal
The Roast (May 08, 1980 - May 10, 1980)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
Morning's at Seven (Apr 10, 1980 - Aug 16, 1981)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyRevival
Last Licks (Nov 20, 1979 - Dec 01, 1979)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
Once a Catholic (Oct 10, 1979 - Oct 14, 1979)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal
Tribute (Jun 01, 1978 - Dec 02, 1978)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
Deathtrap (Feb 26, 1978 - Jun 13, 1982)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayMystery Thriller ComedyOriginal
Chapter Two (Dec 04, 1977 - Dec 08, 1979)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal
The Eccentricities of a Nightingale (Nov 23, 1976 - Dec 12, 1976)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayDramaOriginal
California Suite (Jun 10, 1976 - Jul 02, 1977)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Apr 01, 1976 - Jul 11, 1976)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
  • Lighting Design by William Ritman
PlayDramaRevival
Zalmen or The Madness of God (Mar 17, 1976 - Apr 03, 1976)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
P. S. Your Cat Is Dead! (Apr 07, 1975 - Apr 20, 1975)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
  • Lighting Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
Same Time, Next Year (Mar 13, 1975 - Sep 03, 1978)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal
God's Favorite (Dec 11, 1974 - Mar 23, 1975)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal
My Fat Friend (Mar 31, 1974 - Dec 07, 1974)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal
Noël Coward in Two Keys (Feb 28, 1974 - Jun 29, 1974)
  • Come Into the Garden Maud
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
  • Lighting Design by William Ritman
PlayComedy One ActOriginal
  • A Song at Twilight
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
  • Lighting Design by William Ritman
PlayComedy One ActOriginal
Find Your Way Home (Jan 02, 1974 - May 04, 1974)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
The Last of Mrs. Lincoln (Dec 12, 1972 - Feb 04, 1973)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
  • Lighting Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
6 Rms Riv Vu (Oct 17, 1972 - May 19, 1973)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal
An Evening With Richard Nixon and... (Apr 30, 1972 - May 13, 1972)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlaySatireOriginal
Moonchildren (Feb 21, 1972 - Mar 04, 1972)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal
The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window (Jan 26, 1972 - Jan 29, 1972)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayRevival
Sleuth (Nov 12, 1970 - Oct 13, 1973)
  • Lighting Design by William Ritman
  • Scenery Supervisor: William Ritman
PlayMystery ThrillerOriginal
Bob and Ray -- The Two and Only (Sep 24, 1970 - Feb 13, 1971)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
SpecialComedy SketchesOriginal
The Mundy Scheme (Dec 11, 1969 - Dec 13, 1969)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
  • Lighting Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
The Penny Wars (Oct 15, 1969 - Oct 18, 1969)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
The Gingham Dog (Apr 23, 1969 - Apr 26, 1969)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
Play It Again, Sam (Feb 12, 1969 - Mar 14, 1970)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal
We Bombed in New Haven (Oct 16, 1968 - Dec 29, 1968)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlaySatireOriginal
Happy Days (Oct 12, 1968 - Oct 26, 1968)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
  • Lighting Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
Krapp's Last Tape / The Zoo Story (Oct 09, 1968 - Oct 26, 1968)
  • Krapp's Last Tape
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
  • Lighting Design by William Ritman
PlayOne ActOriginal
  • The Zoo Story
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
  • Lighting Design by William Ritman
PlayOne ActOriginal
The Death of Bessie Smith / The American Dream (Oct 02, 1968 - Oct 26, 1968)
  • The Death of Bessie Smith
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
  • Lighting Design by William Ritman
PlayOne ActOriginal
  • The American Dream
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
  • Lighting Design by William Ritman
PlayOne ActOriginal
Box / Quotations From Chairman Mao Tse-Tung (Sep 30, 1968 - Oct 26, 1968)
  • Box
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
  • Lighting Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
  • Quotations From Chairman Mao Tse-Tung
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
  • Lighting Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
Lovers (Jul 25, 1968 - Nov 30, 1968)
  • Winners
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
  • Losers
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
Loot (Mar 18, 1968 - Apr 06, 1968)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
  • Lighting Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal
Everything in the Garden (Nov 29, 1967 - Feb 10, 1968)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
  • Costume Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
The Promise (Nov 14, 1967 - Dec 02, 1967)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
Johnny No-Trump (Oct 08, 1967 - Oct 08, 1967)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
  • Costume Design by William Ritman
  • Lighting Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
The Birthday Party (Oct 03, 1967 - Jan 20, 1968)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
  • Costume Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
Come Live With Me (Jan 26, 1967 - Jan 28, 1967)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
  • Lighting Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal
The Killing of Sister George (Oct 05, 1966 - Apr 01, 1967)
  • American production supervised by: William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal
A Delicate Balance (Sep 22, 1966 - Jan 14, 1967)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayDramaOriginal
Malcolm (Jan 11, 1966 - Jan 15, 1966)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
Entertaining Mr. Sloane (Oct 12, 1965 - Oct 23, 1965)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
  • Costume Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
Tiny Alice (Dec 29, 1964 - May 22, 1965)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
Absence of a Cello (Sep 21, 1964 - Jan 04, 1965)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
  • Lighting Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal
The Riot Act (Mar 07, 1963 - Apr 13, 1963)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayOriginal
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Oct 13, 1962 - May 16, 1964)
  • Production Design by William Ritman
PlayDramaOriginal
Chapter Two Upcoming
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal
Deathtrap (Jan 25, 1980 - Jun 01, 1980)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayMystery Thriller ComedyOriginal
Deathtrap (Nov 13, 1978 - Mar 01, 1980)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayMystery Thriller ComedyOriginal
Same Time, Next Year (Jan 13, 1978 - Apr 22, 1978)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal
Same Time, Next Year (Apr 12, 1977 - Jul 02, 1977)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal
Same Time, Next Year (Aug 03, 1976 - Jan 28, 1978)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal
Same Time, Next Year (Dec 02, 1975 - May 08, 1976)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal
My Fat Friend (May 12, 1975 - Jun 29, 1975)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal
Noël Coward in Two Keys (Feb 17, 1975 - Aug 02, 1975)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
  • Lighting Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOne ActOriginal
My Fat Friend (Dec 10, 1974 - Jan 25, 1975)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal
Play It Again, Sam (Sep 15, 1970 - Feb 27, 1971)
  • Scenic Design by William Ritman
PlayComedyOriginal

Tony Award®

 

Best Scenic Design

1975 | Nominee  | God's Favorite
Scenic Design by William Ritman
 

Best Lighting Design

1971 | Nominee  | Sleuth
Lighting Design by William Ritman

Drama Desk Award

 

Outstanding Set Design

1980 | Nominee  | Morning's at Seven
Scenic Design by William Ritman
 

Outstanding Set Design

1978 | Nominee  | Deathtrap
Scenic Design by William Ritman
 

Outstanding Set Design

1975 | Nominee  | God's Favorite
Scenic Design by William Ritman

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