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Robert Griffith

Date of Death: June 07, 1961

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Robert Griffith STAGE CREDITS

[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1941
Prof. Williams

[Broadway]
1939
Charlie

[Broadway]
1936
"Tripod" Andrews

[Broadway]
1934
Buddy Murney

[Broadway]
1932
The Bellboy

[Broadway]
1932
Winthrow

[Broadway]
1929
Bermudas

Robert Griffith Productions

 
[Broadway, 1954]
Production Stage Manager
 
[Broadway, 1953]
Production Stage Manager
 
[Broadway, 1952]
Stage Manager
 
[Broadway, 1952]
Production Stage Manager
 
[Broadway, 1951]
Stage Manager
 
[Broadway, 1951]
Assistant to the Director
 
[Broadway, 1950]
Production Stage Manager
 
[Broadway, 1948]
Production Stage Manager
 
[Broadway, 1948]
Production Stage Manager
 
[Broadway, 1947]
Assistant to the Director
 
[Broadway, 1947]
General Stage Manager
 
[Broadway, 1945]
Stage Manager
 
[Broadway, 1939]
Stage Manager
 
[Broadway, 1939]
Stage Manager
 
[Broadway, 1938]
Assistant Stage Manager
 
[Broadway, 1936]
Stage Manager

Robert Griffith Awards and Nominations

Tony Awards - 1956 - Best Musical

Robert Griffith, Damn Yankees

Tony Awards - 1955 - Best Musical

Robert Griffith, The Pajama Game

Robert Griffith News


Photo Flash: Manila-Bound WEST SIDE STORY; Show Runs 8/10-27

The international touring company of the beloved classic musical "West Side Story," which features music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, and book by Arthur Laurents, will come to The Theatre at Solaire (Aseana Avenue, Solaire Resort and Casino) next month, August 10-27.

Audra McDonald, Harold Prince & More Among First Inductees to Lincoln Center Hall of Fame

The inaugural class of Legends at Lincoln Center: The Performing Arts Hall of Fame, which celebrates unparalleled excellence in the arts, was announced today

Max Von Essen, Katie Rose Clark, Mark Jacoby & More Set for York's TENDERLOIN as Part of Musicals In Mufti, Beg. Tonight

The York Theatre Company concludes the Winter 2014 Musicals in Mufti Series Celebrating Sheldon Harnick with the 1960 musical, Tenderloin that has Book by George Abbott and Jerome Weidman, Music by Jerry Bock, and Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. The creative team includes director Carl Andress with music direction by Christopher McGovern, and casting by Geoff Josselson.

Max Von Essen, Katie Rose Clark, Mark Jacoby & More Set for York's TENDERLOIN as Part of Musicals In Mufti, 3/7-9

The York Theatre Company concludes the Winter 2014 Musicals in Mufti Series Celebrating Sheldon Harnick with the 1960 musical, Tenderloin that has Book by George Abbott and Jerome Weidman, Music by Jerry Bock, and Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. The creative team includes director Carl Andress with music direction by Christopher McGovern, and casting by Geoff Josselson.

Top Five College Football Teams Play ESPN Networks Today, 9/22

ESPN's college football schedule this week will be highlighted by coverage of the top five teams in the Associated Press Top 25 poll today, Sept. 22.

Top Five College Football Teams to Play ESPN Networks This Saturday, 9/22

ESPN's college football schedule this week will be highlighted by coverage of the top five teams in the Associated Press Top 25 poll on Saturday, Sept. 22.

InDepth InterView: Treat Williams Talks WHITE COLLAR, Broadway, Hollywood, Upcoming Projects & More

Today we are talking to a terrifically talented stage and screen performer who has appeared in dozens of film, TV and stage projects over the course of his forty-year career, the thoughtful and charming Treat Williams. In this all-encompassing conversation, Williams and I discuss the many stages of his career thus far, from his early roots co-starring alongside the likes of John Travolta and Marilu Henner in GREASE and OVER HERE! on Broadway in the 1970s, to leading the film adaptation of Terrence McNally's THE RITZ to headlining Milos Foreman's stirring film version of HAIR to starring in handful of other iconic films from his heydey at the top of the Hollywood heap - Steven Spielberg's 1941, Sergio Leone's ONCE UPON A TIME IN AMERICA and Sidney Lumet's PRINCE OF THE CITY included - and even working with Woody Allen on the caustic HOLLYWOOD ENDING. In addition to sharing candid and observant behind-the-scenes stories from the sets of those landmark properties, Williams also reveals his role in the STAR WARS sequel THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK and reflects on his brief time in London with Carrie Fisher, George Lucas and company. Plus, Williams shares his recollections of working with many of his most memorable theatrical collaborators, with some especially intriguing anecdotes surrounding his time spent playing Buddy in the 2001 Roundabout revival of Stephen Sondheim & James Goldman's FOLLIES - with some tales involving the man behind the musical, as well as the ghost of David Belasco - and his insights into his work with David Mamet on OLEANNA, BOBBY GOULD IN HELL, TEXAN and others. As if all of that were not enough - most pertinent of all - Williams gives us the 411 on his season-long arc on USA's hit nighttime drama WHITE COLLAR and imparts his enthusiasm for working with similarly multi-talented many-format star Matt Bomer and the rest of cast and crew while also revealing some details on where his dastardly character is headed in tonight's episode and all the way into 2013 when the show picks up after the hiatus coming up. Also, Williams sheds some light on his spate of upcoming projects. All of that and much, much more!

SOUND OFF: GLEE Makes WEST SIDE STORY

The potential prospect of the entertainment behemoth known as GLEE taking on perhaps the finest American musical ever written - WEST SIDE STORY - is enough to make any Broadway baby near-exultant, yet when the songs of the classic Bernstein/Sondheim score then are allowed to act as all-too-apt musical commentary on risque dramatic content in the highly controversial episode itself - all-too-appropriately named "The First Time" - a cataclysmic consequence can almost be counted on to inevitably arise. And, it did. Again. And again. And again - all night long. While it may have very well been Kurt, Rachel and Blaine's first roll in the hay, it would be akin to searching for a needle in a haystack to find much - if any - fault whatsoever with GLEE's button-pushing and excellently played tribute to Tony and Maria. Given what resulted from the doomed coupling of those Shakespeareans - Tony and Maria being more modern-day answers to Romeo and Juliet, of course - the ire of all the up-in-arms conservative helicopter parents in the country - and Capulets and Montagues, too, for that matter - could not even dare to try and contain the joy, excitement and sheer pleasure of what is undoubtedly one of GLEE's finest hours to date. There was a message or two to be learned, too. Yes, indeed, GLEE taking on WEST SIDE STORY went all the way - and then some. So, whether you are a Jet or Shark, you must be compelled to give it up for GLEE and its ode to WEST SIDE STORY.

Photo Coverage: Manhattan Museum Presents a Broadway Cabaret

Sheldon Harnick was cohost, performer and honoree in a Museum of the City of New York concert saluting the Yiddish theater's influence on Broadway musicals.

Robert Griffith FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Robert Griffith has appeared on Broadway in 7 shows.

Robert Griffith has not appeared in the West End

Robert Griffith has been nominated for the following awards: Best Musical (Tony Awards) for Damn Yankees and Best Musical (Tony Awards) for The Pajama Game.

Robert Griffith has won the following awards: Best Musical (Tony Awards) for Damn Yankees and Best Musical (Tony Awards) for The Pajama Game.

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